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268. Conveyance of Offenders to United Kingdom or some

British Possession to be tried with the necessary Wit

nesses. 269. Inquiry into Cause of Death during Voyage. 270. Depositions to be received in Evidence when the Witness

cannot be produced.

Registration of and Returns respecting Seamen.

271. Istablishment of Register Office. 272. Register of Seamen to be kept. 273. Lists to be made for all Ships, containing certain Parti

culars. 274. Lists for Foreign-going Ships to be delivered to Shipping

Master on Arrival. 275. Lists to be delivered by Home Trade Ships half-yearly. 276. Lists to be sent home in case of Transfer of Ship and in

case of Loss. 277. Shipping Masters and other Officers to transmit Docu

ments to Registrar; Registrar to permit Inspection, to

produce Originals, and give Copies. 278. Officers of Customs to make Returns of Ships to Registrar. 279. Agreements, Indentures, and Assignments, on Arrival at

a Foreign Port 10 be deposited with the Consul, and in a Colony with the Officers of Customs.

Official Logs.

280. Official Logs to be kept in Forms sanctioned by Board of

Trade. 281. Entries to be roule in due Time. 282. Entries required in Official Log :-Convictions; Offences;

Punishments ; Conduct and Character of Crew; Illness and Injuries; Deaths; Births; Marriages; quitting Ship; Wages of Men entering Navy; Wages of deceased Seamen; Sale of deceased Men's Effects ; Col

lisions. 283. Entries how to be signed. 284. Penalties in respect of Official Logs. 285. Entries in Official Logs to be received in Evidence. 286. Official Logs to be delivered to Shipping Master. 287. Official Logs to be sent home in case of Transfer of Ship

and in case of Loss.

East Indies and Colonies.

288. Provisions of Act, as applied by East Indian and Colonial

Governments to their own Ships, may be enforced

throughout the Empire. 289. East Indian and Colonial Acts to be subject to Disal,

lowance, and require Sanction as in other Cases. 290. Conflict of Laws.

PART IV.

SAFETY AND PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS.

Application. 291. Application of Part IV. of Act.

Boats for Sea-going Ships.

292. Rules as to Boats and Life Buoys, not to affect Provisions

of Passenger Act, 15 & 16 Vict. c. 44. s. 10. 293. Penalties on Masters and Owners, &c. neglecting to pro

vide Boats and Life Buoys. 294. Officers of Customs not to clear Ships not complying with

the above Provisions.

Lights and For Signals, and Meeling and Passing.

295. Regulations as to Lights and Fog Signals. 296. Rule as to Ships meeting each other. 297. Rule for Steamers in narrow Channels. 298. If Collision ensues from Breach of the above Rule, Owner

not to be entitled to recover. 299. Breaches of such Rules to imply wilful Default.

Build and Equipment of Steam Ships.

300. Iron Steamers to be divided by Water-tight Partitions.

Officers of Customs to refuse to clear such Ships unless

so divided. 301. Equipment of Steam Ships. Safety Valve. Compasses

to be adjusted. Fire Hose. Signals. Shelter for Deck

Passengers. 302. Penalty for improper Weight on Safety Valve.

Survey of Passenger Steamers.

303. Definition of Passenger Steamer.. 304. Passenger Steamers to be surveyed. 305. Board of Trade to appoint Surveyors, and fix their Remu

neration. 306, Surveyors to have power to inspect. 307. Board of Trade to regulate Mode of making Surveys.. 308, Penalty on Surveyors receiving Fees unlawfully. 309, Owners to have Surveys made by Shipwright and En

gineer Surveyors, and Surveyors to give Declarations

containing certain particulars. 310. Transmission of Declarations to Board of Trade. Penalty

for Delay.

311. Times for Surveys and Transınission of Declarations. 312. Board of Trade to issue Certificates. 313. Manner of issuing and transmitting Certificates. 314. Fees to be paid for Certificates. 315. How long Certificates to continue in force. 316. Board of Trade may cancel Certificates, and require fresh

Declarations. 317. Copy of Certificate to be placed in conspicuous part of

Ship. 318. Passenger Sieamer not to go to Sea or on any Voyage or

Excursion without Certificate. 319. Penalty for carrying Passengers in excess of Numbers

specified in Certificate. 320. Forgery of Declaration or Certificate a Misdemeanor. 321. Surveyors to make Returns of the Build and other parti

culars of Steam Ships, and Owners and Masters to give Information for that Purpose.

Misconduct by Passengers in Steamers.

322. Penalty on Persons forcing their Way on board or refusing

to quit the Ship. 323. Penalty for avoiding Payment of Fares. 324. Penalty on Persons refusing to give their Name and

Address. 325. Power to refuse or remove Passengers who are drunk or

misconduct themselves.

Accidents.

326. Accidents to Steam Ships to be reported to Board of Trade. 327. Notice to be given of apprehended Loss of Steam Ships. 328. Collisions to be entered in Official Log.

Carrying Dangerous Goods.

329. Provisions to prevent the taking Dangerous Goods on

board without due Notice.

PART V.

PILOTAGE.

Application.

330. Application of Part V. of Act.

Power of Pilotage Authorities (General).

331. General Jurisdiction of Pilotage Authorities.

332. Power of Pilotage Authorities to make and extend

Exemptions from compulsory Pilotage. 333. Powers of Pilotage Authorities. 334. Publication of Byelaws. 335. Byelaws to be laid before Parliament, 336. Power of Appeal to Board of Trade.

Returns by Pilotage Authorities (General).

337. Pilotage Authorities to make full Returns to Board of

Trade of certain Particulars connected with Pilotage. 338. If Local Authorities fail to give the required Returns,

their Jurisdiction may be transferred to the Trinity

House. 339. Returns to be laid before Parliament.

Licensing of Misters and Mates (General).

340. Master or Mate, if examined and passed, to receive a Pi

lotage Certificate enabling him to pilot certain Ships. 341. Renewal of Pilotage Certificate. 312. Board of Trade to examine and grant Pilotage Certificates

to Masters and Mates on Pilotage Authorities refusing

to do so. 343. Fees to be paid upon such Certificates, and the Renewals

thereof. 344. Power to withdraw Pilotage Certificates.

Pilot Boats (General).

345. Pilot Boats, how to be provided. 316. Characteristics of Pilot Boats. 317. Qualified Pilot to display Flag, though not in Pilot Boat. . 318. Penalty on ordinary Boat displaying Pilot Flag.

Pilot Licences (General).

349. Registry of Pilot Licence. 350. Copies of Regulations to be furnished to qualified Pilot

and to be produced by bim. 351. Qualified Pilot to produce Licence to Employer. 352. Licences to be delivered up when required, and returned

on Death.

Compulsory Pilotage (General).

353. Compulsory Pilotage, in what Mode to be enforced. 354. Home Trade Passenger Ships to employ qualified Pilots,

unless they have certificated Masters or Mates. 355. Certificate how to be granted to such Masters and Mates.

Rights, Privileges, and Remuneration of Pilots (General).

356. Qualified Pilot unable to board, when entitled to Pilotage. 357. Allowance to qualified Pilot taken out of his District. 358. Penalty on qualified Pilot receiving or Master offering

improper Rate. 359. Penalty on making a false Declaration as to Draught of

Ship, or falsifying Marks. 360. Power of qualified Pilot to supersede unqualified Pilot. 361. Penalty on unqualified Person acting as Pilot. 362. Occasions on which unlicensed Persons may act as Pilots. 363. Liability for and Recovery of Pilotage Dues. 364. Power for Consignees to retain Pilotage Dues paid by

them.

Offences of Pilots (General).

365. Penalties on qualified Pilot exercising certain Trades and

committing certain Offences :-offending against Revenue ; guilty of corrupt Practices ; lending Licence; acting when suspended ; acting when drunk; unnecessarily causing Expense ; declining to go off; unnecessarily cutting or slipping Cable ; refusing to conduct

Ship into Port; quitting Ship. 366. Penalty on Pilot endangering Ship, Life, or Limb. 367. Penalty on Pilot in charge of a Ship doing her wilful In

jury.

General Power of Trinity House.

368. Power of Trinity House to alter Regulations.

Sub-Commissioners and Pilots (Trinity House).

369. Power of Trinity House to appoint Sub-Commissioners. 370. Trinity House to licence Pilots to act within certain limits. 371. Publication of Notice of Licences of Pilots by Trinity

House. 372. Bonds to be given. 373. Liability limited. 374. Continuance and Renewal of Licences. 375. Power to revoke and suspend Licences.

Compulsory Pilotage (Trinity House).

376. Penalty on Masters of Ships employing unlicensed Pilots

or acting as Pilots. 377. Trinity House to make Regulations for a constant Supply

of qualified Pilots at Dungeness.

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