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378. Ship coming past Dungeness, not having Pilot on board,
to take the first qualified Pilot who offers ; Penalty on
Masters failing to display usual Signal for Pilot. 379. Exemptions from compulsory Pilotage.
Rales of Pilotage.(Trinily House).
350. Rates of Pilotage. 381. Payment of Pilotage Due from Foreign Ships trading to
and from the Port of London. 382. Certificate of Payment of Pilotage to be given. 383. Application of such Monies by Trinity House. 384. Settlement of Ditierence as to Draught of Ship.
Pilot Fund (Trinity House).
383. Payments to be made to the Pilot Fund. 386. Application of Pilot Fund.
Appointment of Sub-Commissioners by Trinity Houses of Hull
387. Power to Trinity Houses of Hull and Newcastle to appoint
Limitation of Owners and Masters Liabilityj.
388. Limitation of Liability of Owner where Pilotage is com
Management of Lighthouses.
389. Management of Lighthouses, Buoys, and Beacons to be
in Trinity House, Commissioners of Northern Light
houses, and Port of Dublin Corporation. 390. Incorporation of Commissioners of Northern Lighthouses. 391. Power to elect certain New Memberg. 392. Trinity House may inspect Lighthouses in Scotland and
Ireland. 393. Board of Trade may appoint Persons to inspect Light
houses. 394. Power to General Lighthouse Authorities to control local
Authorities. 395. In case of Default by local Bodies, local Lighthouses may
be transferred to General Lighthouse Authorities.
396. Dues to be levied. 397. Light Dues to be subject to Revision by Her Majesty in
Council. 398. Powers of General Lighthouse Authorities to alter and
regulate Dues. 399. Publication of Dues and Regulations. 400. Ship not to be cleared without Production of Receipt for
Light Dues. 401. Power of Distress for Light Dues. 402. Light Dues to be paid over and accounted for. 403. Application of Light Dues.
Construction of and Dues for New Lighthouses.
404. Power 10 Lighthouse Authorities 10 erect, place, and alter
Lighthouses, Buoys, and Beacons. 405. This Power, in the Case of the Commissioners and Cor
poration, to be subject to Approval by Trinity House,
witli Appeal to Board of Trade. 406. Sanction of Board of Trade, how to be obtained. 407. Trinity ilouse to inform Lighthouse Authorities of de
cision of Board of Trade. 408. Power to Trinity House, with Sanction of Board of Trade,
to compel Execution of Works by Commissioners and
Corporation. 409. Sanction of Board of Trade, how to be obtained. 410. ller Majesty may by Order in Council fix Dues to be
taken for new Lighthouses. 411. No Dues to be levied in the Channel Islands without
Consent of the States, and no Power to be exercised
therein but by Order in Council. 412. Incorporation of 8 & 9 Vict. cc. 18. 19.
Surrender of Local Lighthouses.
413. Local Lighthouses may be surrendered to General Light
Damage to Lights, Buoys, and Beacons.
414. Penalty for injuring Lights, Buoys, and Beacons.
Prevention of False Lights.
415. General Lighthouse Authorities may prohibit false Lights. 416. If not obeyed they may abate such Lights.
MERCANTILE MARINE FUND.
417. Sums to be carried to Mercantile Marine Fund. 418. Application of Mercantile Marine Fund. 419. Application of Ballastage Rates. 420. Establishments for Lighthouses and Ballastage charged
on Fund, to be fixed by Her Majesty in Council. 421. Power to grant Superannuation Allowances. 422. Estimates and Accounts for other Expenses to be ap
proved by Board of Trade. 423. No Expense to be allowed unless sanctioned by Board of
Trade. 424. For the purpose of erecting and repairing Lighthouses,
and other extraordinary Expenses, Treasury may ad
vance Money. 423. Power to Board of Trade to borrow Money on the Credit
of Fund. 426. Power to Public Works Loan Commissioners to advance
Money on the Credit of the Fund. 427. Lighthouse Authorities to account for Receipt and Ex
penditure to the Board of Trade. 428. Accounts of Fund to be audited by Commissioners of
Audit. 429. Accounts to be laid before Parliament. 430. Property used for the purposes of Parts III., IV., and VI.
of Act, to be exempt from all Rates and Taxes. 431. Ships of Lighthouse Authorities to be exempt from Har
WRECKS, CASUALTIES, AND SALVAGE.
Inquiries into Wrecks.
432. Inquiries to be instituted in Cases of Wreck and Casualty. 433. Formal Investigation before Justices. 434. Power to appoint Nautical Assessor. 435 Stipendiary Magistrate to be the Magistrate who is
Member of Local Marine Board, and to be paid. 436. Costs of such Investigations. 437. Investigations in Scotland. 438. Master or Mate may be required to deliver Certificate to
be held until Close of Inquiry.
Appointment and Duties of Receivers.
439. Board of Trade to have Superintendence of Wreck, with
Power to appoint Receivers. 440. Admirals not to interfere with Wreck. 441. Duty of Receiver when any Ship is stranded or in Distress. 442. Powers of Receiver to procure Assistance. 443. All articles washed on shore, or lost or taken from any
Ship, to be delivered to the Receiver. 444. Power of Receiver to suppress Plunder and Disorder by
Force. 445. Certain Officers to exercise Powers of Receiver in his
Absence. 446. Power in case of a Ship being in Distress to pass over ad
joining Lands with Carriages. 447. Penalty on Owners and Occupiers of Land refusing to
allow Persons and Carriages to pass over their Land. 448. Power of Receiver to take Examination with respect to
Ships in Distress. 449. Original or certified Copy of Examination to be prima
facie Evidence. 450. Rules to be observed by Persons finding Wreck. 451. Power to Receivers to seize concealed Wreck. 452. Notice of Wreck to be given by Receiver for the Purpose
of informing Owners. 453. Goods deemed perishable or of small Value may be sold
immediately. 454. In Cases where any Lord of the Manor or other Person is
entitled to unclaimed Wreck, Receiver to give Notice
to him. 455. Payments to be made to Receiver. 456. Disputes as to Sums payable to Receiver to be deter
mined by Board of Trade. 457. Application of Fees.
Salvage in the United Kingdom.
458. Salvage in respect of Services rendered in the United
Kingdom. 459. Salvage for Life may be paid by Board of Trade out of
Mercantile Marine Fund. 460. Disputes as to Salvage, how to be settled. 461. Manner in which Justices may decide Dispute. . 462. Costs of Arbitration. 463. Justices may call for Documents and administer Oaths. 464. Appeal to Cou of Admiralty. 465. Justices to transmit Copy of Proceedings, and Certificate
of Value, to Court of Appeal. 466. Payment of Salvage, to whom to be made in case of Dis
pute as to apportionment. 467. Apportionment of Salvage. 468. Manner of enforcing Payment of Salvage.
469. Power of Receiver to sell Property salved in Cases of
Non-payment. 470. Subject to payment of Expenses, Fees, and Salvage,
Owner entitled to Wreck.
Unclaimed Wreck in the United Kingdom.
471. Receiver to deliver up Possession of unclaimed Wreck to
Lord of Manor, or other Person entitled. 472. Disputed Title to Wreck, how to be decided. 473. Appeal from Decision of Justices. 474. Power of the Board of Trade, on behalf of the Crown, to
purchase Rights to Wreck. 475. Unclaimed Wreck to be sold.
Jurisdiction of the High Court of Admiralty.
476. High Court of Admiralty may decide on all Salvage
Cases, whether on Sea or Land.
Offences in respect of Wreck.
477. In case of Ship wrecked being plundered by a tumultuous
Assemblage, the Hundred to be liable for Damages. 478. Penalty for plundering in Cases of Shipwreck, for ob
structing the saving of Shipwrecked Property, and for
secreting the same. 479. Penalty for selling Wreck in Foreign Ports.
Dealers in Marine Stores and Manufacturers of Anchors.
480. Regulations to be observed by Dealers in Marine Stores. 481. Manner of obtaining Permit io cut up Cables. 482. Permit to be advertised before Dealer proceeds to act
thereon. 483. Manufacturers to place Marks on Anchors.
Salvage by Her Majesty's Ships.
484. No claim for Salvage Services to be allowed in respect of
Loss or Risk of Her Majesty's Ships or Property. 485. Claims for Salvage by Her Majesty's Officers not to be
determined without Consent of Admirally. 486. Steps to be taken when Salvage Services have been ren
dered by Her Majesty's Ships abroad. 487. Consular Officer or Judge to fix Amount, for which a
Bond is to be given. 488. On Master executing Bond, the Right of Detention to
cease. 489. Provision for additional Security in the case of Ships
owned by Persons resident out of Her Majesty's Dominions.