For the purposes of safety and like matters, the carriage of passengers1 is the subject of numerous statutory regulations2.
The position at common law of an owner who carries passengers in his ship3, or of a charterer who has control of the ship and is entitled to carry passengers4, depends mainly on the terms of the contract between him and the individual passenger
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