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PACIFIC. In a SLIP, “the Pacific ” does not mean all Ports on the West Coast of North, Central, or South, America; what it means in any particular case depends on the circumstances and course of dealing (Royal Ec. Assrce v. Tod, 8 Times Rep. 669); in thc it meant, all the Ports on the west coast of South America.
PACK. — “Pack of Cards "; V. CARDS.
PACKAGE.-V. PACKET: PARCEL.
That which is a " PAPER WRAPPER" within s. 6, Margarine Act, 1887, cannot also be a “Package” within the same section (Toler v. Bischop, 65 L. J. M. C. 4; 73 L. T. 403; 60 J. P. 9). V. MARGARINE.
Quà Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Acts, 1861 to 1892, “ • Package,' shall mean and include, any box, basket, barrel, case, receptacle, sack, bag, wrapper, or other thing, in which fish is placed for the purpose of carriage consignment or exportation ” (s. 6, 55 & 56 V. c. 50).
Similar Package; V. SIMILAR.
PACKER. — “This is a term well understood in London, and means, a person employed by merchants to receive, and (in some instances) to select, goods for them from manufacturers, dyers, calenderers, &c, and pack the same for exportation” (Arch. Bank., 11 ed., 37).
PACKET.-V. PACKAGE: PARCEL: Post LETTER.
Quà Post Office Offences Act, 1837, 1 V. c. 36, “Packet” includes LETTER (s. 47); V. same section for interp of “ Packet Postage," " Packet Letter," " Packet Boats," and " Post Office Packets."
Quà Post Office Act, 1875, 38 & 39 V.c. 22, “ Postal Packet,”“ means, a letter, post-card, newspaper, book-packet, pattern or sample packet, circular, legal and commercial document, packet of photographs, and