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proceeding inwards or entering the port will give two blasts at intervals.
11. Masters or persons in charge of steamers infringing or neglecting to comply with any of the above Rules from and after the date of their publication in the Gazette, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding fifty pounds in respect of the breach of any such Rule, which penalty shall be recoverable by summary procedure before a District Commissioner. Any penalty imposed for the infringement or neglect of any Rule relating to the carrying of lights at night shall be recoverable against the owner of the steamer or vessel so offending, in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance.
12. Nothing in these Rules contained shall exonerate any ship or the Master or Pilot thereof in charge at the time from keeping a proper lookout, or from the duty of taking all or any precautions which may be required by the ordinary practice of seamen or by the special circumstances of the case.
2. Rules for Canoes, Lighters, Boats, &c.
1. All canoes, lighters, boats and other craft, including rafts of bamboo, whether propelled by oars, sails, poles or paddles shall, when navigating the harbour or inland waters between sunset and sunrise, carry and display a bright light which shall be visible all round for a distance of at least two miles, and which shall be of the proper approved pattern capable of giving a clear and distinct light in strong winds. Owners or persons in charge of any canoes, boats or other craft infringing or neglecting to comply with this Regulation shall be liable on summary conviction before a District Commissioner to a fine not exceeding fifty pounds, or, in default of payment, to imprisonment for any time not exceeding three calendar months.
2. All canoes, boats, lighters and other craft however propelled, when navigating the harbour or inland waters shall keep on their own proper side of the channel when meeting other vessels proceeding in the opposite direction; that is to say, shall keep on the starboard or right hand side of the channel, in the direction in which such canoes or boats are proceeding. The person in charge of any canoes, boats, or other craft infringing or neglecting to comply with this regulation shall be liable on summary conviction. to a fine not exceeding fifty pounds or, in default of payment, to imprisonment for any time not exceeding three calendar months.
3. All canoes, boats, lighters and other craft when crossing or being in any channel or fairway within the harbour or inland waters whether by day or night, shall keep out of the way of steamers navigating such channels or fairways. Before attempting to cross or enter upon any part of the harbour or inland waters usually navigated by steamers they shall stop and observe carefully that no steamers are approaching in their direction.
4. All canoes, boats, lighters or other craft when navigating the harbour or inland waters shall at all times be sufficiently manned to keep steerage-way on such craft, and to keep them under proper control."
5. No canoes, boats, lighters or other craft when carrying passengers shall be so deeply loaded as to endanger their buoyancy in rough water, whether such rough water be caused by strong winds, or by the wash from passing steamers, or by any other cause.
6. No canoes, boats, lighters or other craft shall carry more passengers or cargo than the number or amount certified and stated in their licenses. When the full number of passengers is being carried, no single passenger shall be allowed more than sixty pounds weight of baggage or produce, and where any canoe or boat is carrying a less number of passengers than that allowed by her license, such canoe or boat shall not carry baggage or produce to an amount exceeding one hundred and twenty pounds weight, in place of each passenger short of the full number for which such license shall have been granted. Owners or persons in charge of canoes or boats infringing this regulation are liable to have their licenses suspended for 14 days, and to a penalty on summary conviction, not exceeding fifty pounds.
7. No canoes, boats, lighters or other craft shall carry or transport passengers for hire within the harbour or inland waters which are not duly licensed for carrying passengers, goods or merchandise. Owners or persons in charge of any unlicensed canoes or boats so plying for hire, shall be liable on summary conviction to pay the sum of ten shillings, being the cost of the license, and in addition, to pay a fine of twenty shillings, in default of which payment such canoes or boats may be seized and sold.
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