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Indian Post Office Act, 1898

40. Duty of master of ship, departing from any port in India and not being a mail ship, to convey mail bags

The master of ship, not being a mail ship, about to depart from any port in 5[India] to any port within, or any port or place beyond, 5[India], shall receive on board any mail bag tendered to him by any officer of the Post Office for conveyance, granting a receipt therefor in such form as the Central Government may, by rule, prescribe, and shall, without delay, deliver the same at the port or place of destination.

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