The Merchant Shipping Acts

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Evidence on first registry
10
Transfers and Transmissions
13
Mortgage of ship or share
20
SECT
28
Mortgage not affected by bankruptcy
36
Contents of certificates of mortgage and sale
42
Amendment of 57 58 Vict c 60 s
48
Deduction of spaces used for water ballast in ascertaining
54
Continuance and constitution of local marine board
58
Mode of making declarations
61
False declarations
67
Penalty for acquiring ownership if unqualified
71
Liabilities of ships not recognized as British
72
National colours for ships and penalty on carrying proper colours
73
Penalty on ship not showing colours
74
Saving for Admiralty
75
Proceedings on forfeiture of ship 43
76
Rules for ascertaining register tonnage
77
Allowance for engineroom space in steamships
78
Deductions for ascertaining tonnage
79
Provisions as to deductions in case of certain steamships
80
Measurement of ships with double bottoms for water ballast
81
Tonnage once ascertained to be the tonnage of ship
82
Fees for measurement
83
Tonnage of ships of foreign countries adopting tonnage regulations
84
Space occupied by deck cargo to be liable to dues
85
Surveyors and regulations for measurement of ships
86
Levy of tonnage rates under Local Acts on the registered
87
Power of Courts to rescind Contracts
92
Form and record of certificate
100
Leaving Seamen Abroad
102
Assistance given by superintendents as to apprenticeship 56
106
38
108
Distressed Seamen
109
Penalty for receiving remuneration from seamen for engage
112
Money and effects of seamen volunteering into navy
115
Appointment of medical inspectors
121
tonnage
125
SECT PAGE SECT Protection of Seamen from Imposition 212 Assignment or sale of salvage invalid
126
Penalty for overcharges by lodginghouse keepers
127
Penalty for detaining seamens effects
128
Reports of seamans character
129
221 Desertion and absence without leave
130
Provisions as to arrest and imprisonment applying out of 224 Power of Court to order offender to be taken on board ship
133
Time of payment of wages for foreigngoing ships
135
Entries and certificates of desertion abroad broad
136
Application of forfeitures
137
Ascertainment of amount of forfeiture out of wages
138
Penalty for enticing to desert and harbouring deserters
139
Penalty on stowaways and discipline of stowaways and sea men carried under compulsion
140
Regulations as to allotment notes
141
Supply of provisions and water
142
Official logs to be kept and to be evidence 240 Entries required in official log book 241 Offences in respect of official log3
144
Establishment and control of mercantile marine offices
146
Penalty for issuing money orders with fraudulent intent
147
Return of births and deaths in British ships
152
Public officers to be exempt from legal proceedings except
153
Unregistered ship deemed to be registered in United King
161
PASSENGER STEAMERS
163
Property of seamen who die during voyage
169
SECT PAGE
170
Property of seamen dying at home
175
Property of seamen discharged from Royal Navy
181
Penalty for altering or inducing anyone to part with con
189
Validity of insurance of passage money
195
Summary remedy for breach of contract
197
Recovery of fines
203
SECT
209
Engagement of Seamen
210
Civil right unaffected by criminal provisions
217
Agreements for Fishing Vessels in Scotland SECT PAGE 389 Agreements for fishing vessels in Scotland
221
Fees and Control of Superintendents 390 Fees payable on engagements and discharges
222
Assistance by superintendents
223
24
224
Agreements with crew
226
Fishing boats running agreements
227
Statement of change of crew in case of running agreements
228
Account of wages
229
Granting of certificate of competency
230
Certificate of service
231
Conreyance of Fish from Trawlers 417 Board of Trade regulations as to conveyance of fish from trawlers
232
SAFETY Prevention of Collisions 418 Collision regulations
233
Observance of collision regulations
234
Inspection as to lights and fog signals
236
Saving for local rules of navigation in harbours c
237
Duty of vessel to assist the other in case of collision
238
Collisions to be entered in official log
239
Report of Accidents and Loss of Ship 425 Report to Board of Trade of accidents to steam ships
240
Lifesaving Appliances 427 Rules as to lifesaving appliances
241
Duties of owners and masters as to carrying lifesaving appliances
242
Official logs to be sent home in case of transfer of ship
243
Placing undue weight on safetyvalve
244
SECT
245
SECT
253
Power of Board of Trade for enforcing provisions as
257
List of assessors
270
Annual survey of passenger steamers
271
Power to appoint wreck commissioners
276
Limitation of shipowners liability in certain cases of loss of or damage to goods
292
Power of courts to consolidate claims against owners
299
Liability in certain cases not affected
300
WRECK AND SALVAGE Vessels in Distress 510 Definition of wreck and salvage
301
Powers of the receiver in case of vessels in distress
302
Power of receiver to suppress plunder and disorder by force
303
Power of lighthouse authority to remove wreck
311
Marking of anchors
315
Powers of sheriff in Scotland
331
Confirmation of byelaws
338
SECT PAGE 591 Recovery of pilotage dues
342
Receiving or offering improper rates of pilotage 312
343
Occasions on which unqualified pilots may act ܝ 597 Power of qualified to supersede unqualified pilot 314
344
Pilotage Certificates for Masters and Mates
345
601 Withdrawal of certificate 602 Fees for pilotage certificate Compulsory Pilotage
346
Compulsory pilotage
347
Port of registry
349
Home trade passenger ships to carry pilots
350
Exemption from compulsory pilotage
351
Penalty on pilot endangering ship life or limb
353
Pilot Boats and Pilot Signals
355
SECT PAGE Licensing of Pilots by Trinity House 618 Licensing of pilots by Trinity House within certain limits
357
Regulations as to pilots licences
358
20 Pilots liability limited
359
pilot
360
Rates of pilotage
362
Receipt and application of pilotage dues payable by foreign ships
363
631 Application of fund 632 Appointment of subcommissioners by Trinity Houses of Hull and Newcastle
364
Saving for Liability of Owners and Master 633 Limitation of liability of owner or masters where pilotage is compulsory
365
Modification of provisions of Part III in their application
366
LIGHTIIOUSES General Management 634 Management of lighthouses buoys and beacons
368
Returns and information to Board of Trade
369
Restrictions on exercise of lighthouse powers by commis sioners
370
Continuance of light dues
371
Expenses of General Lighthouse Authorities
377
Additions to lighthouses
381
Dues for colonial lighthouses
382
Accounts to be rendered by owners
388
Service of documents
399
Legal proceedings
405
PASSENGER AND EMIGRANT SHIPS
406
Powers for Enforcing Compliance with
407
Provision as to discharge c to apply in the case of
412
Notices c to be in writing and provision as to sending
414
Repeal and Savings
421
Provision of signals of distress inextinguishable lights
435
Revocation of certificates of mortgage and sale
447
MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1897
452
Short title
455
Injury to lighthouses
456
Liability for costs and damages
460
Short title
467
SECT PAGE
468
Form period and conditions of agreements with crew
470
Loading of timber
474
Cases in which naval courts may be summoned
480
SEAMEN AND SEAMEN LEFT BEHIND ABROAD
482
Definition of passenger and passenger steamer
485
Penalty for preventing complaint or obstructing investigation 281
486
Discharge c of seamen on change of ownership of ship
488
Recovery of expenses of relief of distressed seamen
494
MISCELLANEOUS
500
Powers of court in case of unreasonable delay in paying
503
Delivery of wreck to receiver
509
Foreign ports of registry 49
551
Provisions as to duties c on wrecked goods
569
Copies of pilotage provisions to be furnished to pilot
587
Characteristics of pilot boats
612
Display of pilot flag when pilot is on board vessel
613
Colonial certificates for passenger steamers
614
Signals to be displayed by ships requiring a pilot
615
281
622
Special provisions as to agreements with crew of hometrade
625
Prevention of false lights
667
Conveyance of offenders and witnesses to United Kingdom
689
lifebuoys 244
699
Trinity House
726
Provision for Foreign Places where Her Majesty has Jurisdiction
737
Survey of Emigrant Ships
776
Saving of Right of Action
792
Regulations as to accommodation of steerage passengers
806
Courts of Survey
815
512
818
in case of loss 144
828
Construction
829
Commissioners of Northern Lighthouses
841
Certificate as to agreements with crew of hometrade ships 66
842
Depositions to be received in evidence when witness cannot
853
Incorporation of Commissioners of Northern Lights
854
Power of Trinity House to alter regulations
861
Enforcing detention of ship
864
Registry in Colonies 89 Powers of Governors in colonies 90 Terminable certificates of registry for small ships in colonies 49
872
Application of Part I
875
sort of agreement 229
879
Certificates of Competency
883
Certificates of competency to be held by officers of ships 93 Grades of certificates of competency 94 Examinations for certificates of competency 95 ...
887
Power to pass over adjoining lands 302
899
Fees on examination e competency 51

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Página 673 - ... abaft the beam on the starboard side ; and of such a character as to be visible on a dark night, with a clear atmosphere, at a distance of at least two miles. (c) On the...
Página 673 - On the port side a red light so constructed as to show an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon of ten points of the compass, so fixed as to throw the light from right ahead to two points abaft the beam on the port side, and of such a character as to be visible at a distance of at least two miles.
Página 677 - In obeying and construing these Rules due regard shall be had to all dangers of navigation and collision, and to any special circumstances which may render a departure from the above Rules necessary in order to avoid immediate danger.
Página 658 - ... (a). These two lights shall be so placed in line with the keel that one shall be at least 15 feet higher than the other, and in such a position with reference to each other that the lower light shall be forward of the upper one. The vertical distance between these lights shall be less than the horizontal distance.
Página 658 - ... feet above or below such lights, if the length of the tow, measuring from the stern of the towing vessel to the stern of the last vessel towed, exceeds 600 feet.
Página 687 - ... other; in other words, to cases in which by day each vessel sees the masts of the other in a line or nearly in a line with her own, and by night to cases in which each vessel is in such a position as to see both the side lights of the other.
Página 662 - When both are running free, with the wind on different sides, the vessel which has the wind on the port side shall keep out of the way of the other. (d) When both are running free, with the wind on the same side, the vessel which is to windward shall keep out of the way of the vessel which is to leeward. (e) A vessel which has the wind aft shall keep out of the way of the other vessel.
Página 683 - ... points abaft the beam on the starboard side ; and of such a character as to be visible on a dark night, with a clear atmosphere, at a distance of at least two miles.
Página 664 - I am directing my course to starboard." Two short blasts to mean, " I am directing my course to port.
Página 659 - ... shall be exhibited in sufficient time to prevent collision, so that the green light shall not be seen on the port side nor the red light on the starboard side. Fourth. Rowing boats, whether under oars or sail, shall have ready at hand a lantern showing a white light which shall be temporarily exhibited in sufficient time to prevent collision. The vessels referred to in this article shall not be obliged to carry the lights prescribed by article 4 (a) and article 11, last paragraph.

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