Report of the Native Passenger Ships Commission: Appointed in November 1890, Under the Orders of His Excellency the Governor General in Council : with Proceedings and Appendices
Office of the Superintendent of Government Print., India, 1891 - East Indians - 10 pages
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A.—I think alley-ways baggage battens Bay of Bengal Board of Trade boats Bombay British India cabins Calcutta carrying native passengers cattle coasts of India crew deducted deﬁnite diﬁerence double awning emigrants English Home Trade existing rules extend to ﬁve fair and foul fair weather ﬁne weather ﬁrst ﬁtted ﬁtting ﬁve days foul season foul weather gers Government hatches height Home Trade voyage hurricane-deck Kistna latrines long voyages luggage Madras main deck medical ofﬁcer middle deck Native Passenger Ships native passenger vessels Negapatam number of passengers ordinary Passenger Ships Act ports present President Q.—Do you consider Q.—Do you know Q.—Do you think Q.—In your opinion Q.—What Q.—Will Rangoon recommend sengers shelter Shepherd ship’s Ships Commission short voyages Sir Henry sleeping platforms space allotted square feet sufﬁcient suitable superﬁcial feet SURGEON-MAJOR think it necessary Trade Rules trafﬁc travel by sea tween decks United Kingdom upper deck passengers ventilation voyage lasting water-ways