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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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P. vi., Сн. x.

SAILORS’ RATIONS.

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In case of dissatisfaction on the part of the crew, either with the
quality or the quantity of the food supplied to them, they must report
the matter to the captain. Even if he fails to give them satisfaction,
they must continue to obey orders and fulfil their duties until their
destination is reached. On arrival they should lodge a complaint
with the Consul, whose duty it will be to carefully investigate the
matter and give his decision. If it appears that the victuals have,
in fact, been deficient, either as to quantity or quality, the captain
must compensate the men by a money payment.1

The Maritime Code of Finland (Art. 42) provides further, that if
the rations have been reduced through scarcity during a voyage,
such reduction must be made up for by a money payment, when the
final settlement of the crew’s wages is made.

1 Trade Reg., Art. 268.

Finland.

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