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CONTENTS

PART THE FIRST.

CHAPTER I.

OWNERS OF SHIPS.

PAGB

2, 379

OWNERSHIP how acquired. - If by Purchase, Possession necessary

1 ...By Capture ... ..By Mortgage

2, 384 Owners not liable for Loss of Goods beyond the value of the 2, 4 Ship and Freight ...

169 ...By Fire..

3 ...For want of a Pilot.....

169 ...For certain Goods, unless their

nature and value are stated upon 3

Shipping
Liable for Goods spoiled by default of the Master ...

7 ... for Repairs, Provisions, and Necessaries ... 8,9 When Ship and Freight me hequhete all the losses,} 3, 4

be had thereon Part Owners not agreeing about a Voyage.....

7 Bill filed by one Part Owner binds all other Part

7 Owners included therein In what case the Owner of a Ship letting to another is still liable for loss..

7, 1047 Decided Cases

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CHAPTER II.

MASTERS OF SILIPS.

Who qualified to be Masters

13, 391 Responsible for Goods committed to their care;—but not liable 13, 15

for more than actually Shipped What Acceptance makes a Carrier liable .

15

In what cases liable for Loss of Goods

3, 13 15, 111

In what cases not liable for Stores delivered to the Ship......

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MASTERS continued.
Have no Lien on the Ship for Wages, nor for Money paid for

9
Stores or Repairs
Have no Authority to sell a Ship, but may Hypothecate her .. 16
What to do if Passengers die

15 In what cases they may Pilot their own Vessels

170 To enter into written agreements with Seamen, and to deduct

23, 24 Penalties from their Wages, and pay them to

26 Greenwich Hospital...... Leaving Seamen abroad, or forcing them ou shore-Penalty... 15, 35 ... on account of sickness, to leave their

their} 34 Wages also. To bring home Sea-faring Men, under penalty of £100,-and

34 to subsist them at 1s.6d. per day Free from Impress ....

48, 765 Penalty on carrying Persons enlisted into any Foreign Service . 1111 Legal Decisions

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Agreements with the Master to be in writing, and Seamen to 23, 25 have a written discharge ..

.) 27 Refusing to defend, or destroying or running away with the Ship 24 Deserting or absenting themselves, or refusing to go the 23, 25 Voyage...

.] 27, 31 Negligence of; Masters may reimburse themselves out of their

24

Wages

Not to be forced on Shore, or left in Foreign Parts ;-but if

left on account of Sickness their Wages to be left 34, 35

also
Wrecked abroad, or discharged from the Navy, Governors or

Consuls to subsist them at 18. 6d. per day, and send 34
them home; and Consuls to have credit for dis- 805

bursements on their account
Assaulting or Beating them to prevent their Working

35 The number to be employed in certain Vessels

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390, 391

402,760 Regulations in the Coasting TRADE .....

24 West INDIA TRADE..

27 Impressing of .......

47

31, 32 Exemptions from

47 765,771

147

PILOTS AND PILOTAGE.

The Business of a Pilot.....

153

The Corporation of the TRINITY HOUSE ;—The TRINITY

Houses of HULL and Newcastle ;—and the 154, 155

LORD WARDEN of the CINQUE Ports to license 158, 163

Pilots and Pilots' Vessels (6 Geo. IV. c. 125)....)

Who qualified to be Pilots, and to be examined as to their) 154, 158

fitness

} 165

Licences to be in force one year, and may be annulled or sns- 155, 157

pended, and to be produced on boarding a Vessel .) 171
Penalty for landing and for drunkenness .

173

By Laws ...

157, 178

CINQUE Port Pilots-their limits

Pilots always to hoist a flag; and if a flag up and no Pilot

164

board-Penalty

... Not going off when required, on refusing to Pilot

Vessels.

To write their Names in the Log Book

166

Leaving a Vessel without the consent of the Master . 166

... May not be carried to Sea without their consent....

165

... Licensed Pilots may supersede unlicensed Pilot.... 172

... Employing more Boats than required—the Penalty. 173

... Unlicensed Pilots when they may act, and what

Compensation to have ....

167, 172

... Boat running before a Vessel entitled to Pilotage .. 164

Pilot Boats to be painted entirely Black

429

Vessels from the Westward, when to make a signal, and

Penalty on the Master if piloted by any but a> 159, 169

Licensed Pilot..

... In what cases Masters may Pilot their own Vessels

170

and remove them

Losses, where they happen, who liable to

169

CONSIGNEE or Agent may retain the amount of Pilotage

167

Draught of Water, how to be computed......

167

Giving false account of—Penalty

171

Compensation allowed to Pilots when waiting Quarantine 166

Certificate to be given for the payment of Pilotage.

167

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PILOTS continued.

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RATES of Pilotage, how to be computed and Recovered ....{16673"

For Trinity House Pilots from ORFORDNESS to LONDON 186
For Cinque Port Pilots from the Downs to STANGATE} 187
For Margate, Ramsgate, Sandwich, and Dover .... 166, 188
From the Downs to the Isle of Wight...

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For the Districts of
Newhaven and Shoreham.

188 Portsmouth and Cowes..

189 Poole ....

191 Weymouth

192 Exeter.

192 Dartmouth.

194 Plymouth

194 Fowey

195 Falmouth.

196 Penzance.

197 Scilly...

198 Padstow

198 Milford.

215 Aberdovey.

216 Holyhead

217 Caernarvon

218 Beaumaris

219 Yarmouth

270 ... Harbours of, and Southwold and Harwich . 271

Colchester and Maldon ...... 272 Bristol ...

.(47 Geo. III. Sess. 2. c. 33.). ... 200 Neath .

.(39 & 40 Geo. III. c. 107.)... 208 Chester

(16 Geo. III. c. 61.)... 220 Liverpool

(5 Geo. IV. c. 73).

224 Greenock. .(41 Geo. III. c. 51–57 Geo. III. c. 32.).

233 Newcastle :(41 Geo. III. c. 86.).

246 Beruick, Stockton, and Whitby .

249, 251 Hull . ...(39 & 40 Geo. III. c. 10.).

252 Boston... .(16 Geo. III. c. 23.)..

260 Lynn

.(13 Geo. III. c. 30.).

266 Leith...

(1 Geo. IV. c. 37.)....... 225 Foreign Vessels. Rules and Rates for Piloting them

181 Certain Vessels under 60 Tons need not be Piloted... 183 Certain Vessels not to pay higher Duties than British

183 Vessels ..., Of the Royal Navy

275 Quarantine Instructions to Pilots

278

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