Dues and Payment
131. Dues and Payment
See also 160. FINANCE ; 276. MONEY
- a toll charged for anchoring in a harbor.
- a fee or charge levied for the coining of money.
- a broker’s fee or commission.
- a fee charged for transportation.
- a fee charged for carting of goods.
- a fee charged for storage in a cellar.
- a fee charged in restaurants for opening a bottle of wine brought in by a patron.
- the charge levied for the delay of a ship at mooring beyond the time stipulated for unloading or other purposes.
- a fee charged for the use of a doek.
- the fee charged for the use of a dray.
- a fee charged for transporting goods by any form of express.
- a fee charged for the transportation of goods, merchandise, etc.
- Obsolete. 1. a fee charged for sale of goods in a hall.
- 2 . a commission or consignment fee.
- a fee charged for hauling goods, as on a railroad or truck.
- a fee for professional services.
- a fee charged for transportation by lighter.
- the fee charged for the official measurement of weight or volume, as applied to certain commodities.
- a fee charged for measurement.
- a fee paid for passing on foot, as through a toll-gate.
- a payment in addition to fee or salary, usually customary to the particular occupation; a fringe benefit. Also perk.
- British. a fee or tax charged for breaking ground at a fair.
- a fee charged for piloting a vessel into or out of a harbor.
- a fee or fine charged for releasing animals from a pound.
- a payment that is due quarterly or four times a year.
- the fee paid to a professional person, as a lawyer, to engage his services.
- compensation paid to those who recover a ship or its contents or cargo after sinking, damage, or abandonment.
- (in the feudal system) a payment, made to a lord in lieu of military service, by the holder of a property in fee.
- 1 . payment or other recompense for mental suffering or financial or other loss.
- 2 . Scots Law. a provision for a sum of money to be paid to an injured party by the party responsible for the injury, over and above compensation paid for damages for injury to feelings.
- (in the feudal system) a compulsory tax paid to a lord by a tenant.
- a fee charged for keeping guard or watch. Also ealled ward penny .
- weregild, wergild
- (in Anglo-Saxon society) a payment made to the family of a slain man by his killer or the killer’s family as compensation, atonement, and to avoid reprisals.
- a fee charged for the use of a wharf and its facilities.
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