'Scott's code'. The ship owners' telegraphic code, 1885 ed

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1885
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Page 319 - What was the state of the weather at the time of the outbreak, and were the animals, when attacked, exposed to, or protected from its influence ? 12.
Page 75 - Should ice set in during loading so as to endanger the ship, master to be at liberty to sail with part cargo, and to have leave to fill up at any open port on the way homeward for ship's benefit.
Page 171 - Sundays excepted," and to pay a certain sum, by way of demurrage, "for each and every day's detention by default of the charterers or their agents. The charter-party further requires "the bills of lading to be signed as presented, without prejudice to this charter...
Page 481 - Docks and there deliver a cargo of timber, " the cargo to be brought to and taken from alongside at charterer's risk and expense, any custom of the port to the contrary notwithstanding.
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Page 523 - The charter-party further requires "the bills of lading to be signed as presented, without prejudice to this charter," and contains these clauses: "Vessel to have an absolute lien upon the cargo for all freight, dead freight and demurrage. Charterers' responsibility to cease when vessel is loaded and bills of lading are signed.
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Page 223 - The damaged portion of the cargo can be put into condition here.
Page 80 - Decline to guarantee time. but if not there, will submit to a reduction of...
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