Passage money

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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The necessity of disbursing passage money for all his tribe seemed to disturb him in a manner that was the more striking because other wise he gave no signs of a miserly disposition.
He blew a cloud of smoke, then surprised me by a very abrupt: "Paid your passage money yet?"
According to Meyer, the villagers "refused to carry out an agreement to take us to [Busan] for 20,000 cash, and demanded 30,000 cash for passage money and freight on the boiler, engine, and a few things remaining that had not been stolen."
Market Detail: International Transportation & Marine Agency ( offers coverage for ocean transportation exposures: ships or hulls; goods or cargo; earnings (freight, passage money, commissions or profit); and liability (protection and indemnity).
Patiala Police had even raided the offices of Daler Mehndi at Connaught Place in New Delhi and seized documents, including the case file of those who had paid the alleged 'passage money' to Mehndi brothers.