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Passage money

PASSAGE MONEY, contracts. The sum claimable for the conveyance of a person with or without luggage on the water.
     2. The difference between freight and passage money is this, that the former is claimable for the carriage of goods, and the latter for the carriage of the person. The same rules which govern the claim for freight affect that for passage money. 3 Chit. Com. Law, 424; 1 Pet. Adm. Dee. 126; 3 John. 335.

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pass out
pass over
pass receiver
pass through
pass up
pass water
pass with flying colors
Pass-key
Pass-parole
Passable
Passableness
Passably
Passacaglia
Passade
Passage
Passage hawk
-- Passage money --
Passager
Passageway
Passamaquody
Passant
passbook
passbook savings account
passe
passe-partout
passed ball
Passed midshipman
passee
Passegarde
Passement
Passementerie
passenger
passenger car
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