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22 Conduct of Officers; Supercargo; Sailing Directions; Log; Ventilation of Cargo

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22 Conduct of Officers; Supercargo; Sailing Directions; Log; Ventilation of Cargo Conduct of Officers; Supercargo; Sailing Directions; Log; Ventilation of Cargo “80. 9. That if the Charterers shall have reason to be dissatisfied with the conduct of the Captain, Officers, or Engineers, the Owners shall on 81. receiving particulars of the complaint, investigate the same, and, if necessary, make a change in the appointments. 82. 10. That the Charterers shall have permission to appoint a Supercargo, who shall accompany the vessel and see that voyages are prosecuted 83. with the utmost despatch. He is to be furnished with free accommodation, and same fare as provided for Captain’s table, Charterers paying at the 84. rate of $1.00 per day. Owners to victual Pilots and Customs Officers, and also, when authorized by Charterers or their Agents, to victual Tally 85. Clerks, Stevedore’s Foreman, etc., Charterers paying at the current rate per meal, for all such victualling. 86. 11. That the Charterers shall furnish the Captain from time to time with all requisite instructions and sailing directions, in writing, and the 87. Captain shall keep a full and correct Log of the voyage or voyages, which are to be patent to the Charterers or their Agents, and furnish the Char- 88. terers, their Agents or Supercargo, when required, with a true copy of daily Logs, showing the course of the vessel and distance run and the con- 89. sumption of fuel. 90. 12. That the Captain shall use diligence in caring for the ventilation of the cargo.”w 22.1 Clauses 9 to 12 of the New York Produce form deal with a variety of particular topics. They are largely self-explanatory and have not given rise to difficulty or controversy.

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