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BRITISH SHIPS-THEIR OWNERSHIP, MEASURE
MENT, AND REGISTRY.
Application 17. Application of Part II. of Act.
Description and Ownership of British Ships.
18. Description and Ownership of British Ships. 19. British Ships, with certain Exceptions, must be registered.
Meusurement of Tonnage.
20. Tonnage Deck; Feet; Deciinals. 21. Rule 1. For Ships to be registered, and other Ships of
which the Hold is clear. 22. Rule || For Ships not requiring Registry or with Cargo on
board. 23. Allowance for Engine Room in Steamers. To be rateable
in ordinary Steamers. May be measured where the Space is unusually large or small. Mode of Measure
ment. 24. Open Ships, how measured. 25. Tonnage and Number of Certificate to be carved on Main
Beam. 26. Tonnage, when once ascertained, to be ever after deemed
the Tonnage. 27. Re-measurement of Ships already registered may be made,
but not to be compulsory. 28. Power to re-measure Engine Rooms improperly extended. 29. Officers may be appointed and Regulations made for Mea
surement of Ships.
· Registry of British Ships.
30. Registrars of British Ships. 31. Substitution of Governor abroad for Commissioners of
Customs, and of Congul for Justice. 32. Registrar to keep Register Books. 33. Port of Registry of British Ship. 34. Name of Ship. 35. Application for Registry, by whom to be made. 36. Survey of Ship. 37. Rules as to Entries in Register Book. 38. Declaration of Ownership by individual Owner. 39. Declaration of Ownership by Body Corporate, 40. Evidence to be produced on Registry.
41. Penalty on Builder for false Certificate. 42. Particulars of Entry in Register Book. 43. No Notice taken of Trusts.
Certificate of Registry.
44. Certificate of Registry to be granted. 45. Change of Owners to be indorsed on Certificate of Registry. 46. Change of Master to be endorsed on Certificate of Registry. 47. Power to grant new Certificate. 48. Provision in case of Loss, &c. of Certificate. 49. Provisional Certificate, when to be delivered up. 50. Custody of Certificate; Delivery of Certificate may be
required; Penalty for Detention. 51. Mode of proceeding if detaining Party abscond. 52. Penalty for using improper Certificate. 53. Certificate of Ship lost or ceasing to be British to be deli
vered up. 54. Provisional Certificate for Ship becoming vested in British
Owners at Foreign Port.
55. Transfer of Ships or Shares therein. 56. Declaration to be made by Transferree. 57. Registration of Transfer. 58. Transmission of Shares by Death, Bankruptcy, or Marriage. 59. Proof of Transmission by Bankruptcy, Marriage, Will, or
on Intestacy. 60. Registration of transmitted Share. 61. Registrar to retain certain Evidence. 62. Unqualified Owner entitled by Transmission may apply to
Court for Sale of Ship. 63. Order to be made by Court. 64. Limit of Time for Application. 65. Power of Courts to prohibit Transfers.
66. Mortgage of Ships and Shares therein. 67. Mortgages to be registered in Order of Time of Production, 68. Entry of Discharge of Mortgage. 69. Priority of Mortgages. 70. Mortgagee not to be deemed Owner. 71. Mortgagee to have Power of Sale. 72. Rights of Mortgagee not affected by any Act of Bankruptcy
of Mortgagor. 73. Transfer of Mortgages. 74. Transmission of Interest of Mortgages by Death, Bank.
ruptcy, or Marriage. 75. Entry of transmitted Mortgage.
Certificates of Mortgage and Sale.
76. Powers of Mortgage and Sale may be conferred by Certi
ficate. 77. Requisites for Certificates of Mortgage and Sale. 78. Restrictions on Certificates of Mortgage and Sale. 79. Forms of Certificates of Mortgage and Sale. 80. Rules as to Certificates of Mortgage. 81. Rules as to Certificates of Sale. 82. Power of Commissioners of Customs in case of Loss of
Certificate of Mortgage or Sale. 83. Revocation of Certificates of Mortgage and Sale.
Registry anew and Transfer of Registry.
84. Alteration in Ship to be registered. 85. On Alteration Registry anew may be required. 86. Grant of Provisional Certificate in respect of Alteration. 87. Consequence of Omission to register anew. 88. On Change of Owners, Registry anew may be granted, if
required. 89. Registry may be transferred from Port to Port. . 90. Manner of Transfer of Registry. 91. Transfer of Registry not to affect Rights of Owners.
92. Inspection of Register Books. 93. Indemnity to Registrar. 94. Return to be made by Registrars to Commissioners of
Customs. 95. Application of Fees. 96. Commissioners of Customs to provide, and, with Consent
of Board of Trade, may alter Forms and issue Instruc
tions. 97. Power to Registrar to dispense with Declarations and other
Evidence. bg Decimmierina 98. Power for Commissioners or Governor in special Cases to
grant a Pass to a Ship not registered. 99. Provision for cases of Infancy or other Incapacity. 100. Liabilities of Owners.
101. Punishment for Forgery. :
102. National Character of Ship to be declared before Clea
rance. 103. Penalties :
for unduly assuming a British Character :
for acquiring Ownership if unqualified :
for false Declaration of Ownership.
Local Marine Boards.
124. Business of such Offices generally. 125. Fees to be paid upon Engagements and Discharges. 126. Masters to pay Fees, and to deduct Part from Wages;
Proviso as to Excess. 127. Penalty on Shipping Masters taking other Remuneration. 128. Business of Shipping Offices may be transacted at Custom
Houses. 129. In London Sailors Homes may be Shipping Offices. 130. Dispensation with Shipping Master's Superintendence.
Examinations and Certificates of Masters und Mates.
131. Examinations to be instituted for Masters and Mates. 132. Powers of Board of Trade over Examinations. 133. Fees to be paid by Applicants for Examination. 134. Certificates of Competency to be granted to those who pass. 135. Certificates of Service to be delivered to Persons who
served as Masters or Mates before 1851, and to certain Naval Officers; and Certificates of Service for Home Trade Passenger Ships to be delivered to Persons who have served as Masters or Mates in such Ships before the
1st January 1854. 136. No Foreign-going Ship or Home Trade Passenger Ship
to proceed to Sea without Certificates of the Master and
Mates. 137. Certificates for Foreign-going Ships available for Home
Trade Passenger Ships. 138. The Registrar to record Grants, Cancellations, &c. of
Certificates; Duplicates and Entries to be Evidence. 139. In case of Loss a Copy to be granted. 140. Penalties for false Representations ; for forging or altering
or fraudulently using or lending any Certificate.
Apprenticeships to the Sea Smrice. 141. Shipping Masters to assist in binding Apprentices, and
may receive Fees. 142. Indentures of Boys bound Apprentices to Sea Service by
Guardians or Overseers to be witnessed by Two Justices. 143. Indentures of Apprenticeship to be exempt from Stamp
Duty, and recorded. 144. Rules to govern Apprenticeship of Paupers in Great Britain
and Ireland, respectively. 145. Apprentices and their Indentures to be brought before
Shipping Master before each Voyage in a Foreign-going
Engagement of Seamen. 146. Board of Trade may license Persons to procure Seamen. 147. Penalties: for supplying Seamen without Licence ; for
employing unlicensed Persons ; for receiving Seamen illegally supplied.