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When, cannot be brought by agent, 90.
Who may or may not maintain, 107.
One part-owner may bring, for the others, 110.
To be included in running days, 506.
Are excluded from working days, 507.
Performance of contract prevented by, 274.
Not occasioned by bad stowage is a peril of the sea, 636.
Are to be construed by the jury, 26.
Agents signing charter under, 61.
Does not make port unsafe, 255.
Of freight must be made before consignee is entitled to the goods, 488.
Freight cannot be deducted when ship is under repairs, 142.
Delay in commencing voyage under a, 218.
TO BE AT A. ON A CERTAIN DAY,
Is a warranty, 219.
TO PROCEED TO A PORT AS ORDERED,
To L. and there load, 241.
To a ready quay berth, 243.
To a particular place in dock or named quay or wharf, 310.
Is not a condition precedent to load by charterer, 220.
Is a condition precedent, 212, 213.
Of vessel, 168.
TOW AND ASSIST,
Vessels in all situations of distress, 378.
Exception of stoppage of, 620.
Evidence as to loading in regular, 54, 276.
Jury to decide meaning of, 54.
To load in regular, 276.
Charterer not liable if ship not being ready loses her, 279.
Powers and duties of, 556.
Snowstorm is not an, 606.
When liable for advance freight, 458.
Suit by agent for, 92.
Liability of, 92.
For short loading not covered by the term "dead freight," 538.
Charterer not entitled to have it done partly in and partly outside the
With usual despatch, 293.
Crowded state of dock no excuse for not, 294.
Within a reasonable time, 297.
By charterer who is also shipper, 297.
Demurrage for delay in, 427.
Lay-days for loading and, must be kept separate, 514.
Delay in, occasioned by strikes, 590.
Of charter when admissible in evidence, 24.
Evidence of, 48.
Must be known to party charged, 56.
Owner not liable for, when ship is demised, 8.
What amounts to, 259.
Shipper excused from loading by, 261.
In loading, meaning of, 290.
To unload with, 293.
Loss by, being negligently left open, 651, 652, 657.
Evidence inadmissible of injuiries to goods by negligence of master
Vessel must be seaworthy for the, 258.
Carrying, does not begin till the ship is at the named place, 294.
Breach of charter for more than one, 360.
Does not end by mere arrival of vessel in port, 432.
When it does not terminate till ship is berthed, 511.
Meaning of, 2.
If master charterer's servant owner not liable for his, 398.
Declaration of, dissolves contracts previously made, 576.
As to name of ship, 151.
As to nationality of ship, 154, 204.
Classification of ship, 166.
Capacity of ship, 170.
That the ship is now in the port of A, 199, 203, 207.
When damages recoverable for breach of, 202.
Imported by the words "now on her passage to C," 208.
Statement that the vessel" is now at sea” is a, 208.
Owner guilty of breach of, cannot recover damages from charterer, 208.
That ship is tight, staunch and strong, 256.
Does not extend to suspicion of unseaworthiness, 263.
To sail, 371.
Latent defect in shaft is breach of, 607.
Of seaworthiness may be limited by exceptions in the charter, 608.
Exception of bad, 640.
Does not include thunder-storms, 508.
WEATHER WORKING DAYS,
Meaning of, 507.
When ship is to proceed to a named, 310.
Charterer must name, 313.
Owner liable for going to a, not named by charterer, 314.
No lien for, except by express agreement, 531.
When directed not to part with goods till freight is paid, 525.
Loss by a sudden gust of, is an Act of God, 568.
Damage to, by bad stowage, 131.
Having peculiar sense to be construed by jury, 26.
Meaning of, 507.
Loss caused by, destroying the ship's bottom not a peril of the sea,639.
In charter-party, when they prevail, 41.