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Not aware of any general demand.
Knows of no general de. Yes. mand.
Thinks not. On the contrary, practical men dread a system that would increase the number of lights.
eral demand. Recom-
Thinks that any system introduced would have to be made by means of lights, and as the glaro of light
Has not heard any gen- Not if caution is used
Morse, would be the best system if any is adopted. Recommends a system of colored lights.
Not aware of any gen. No; if precautions are Certainly not. Action
in urgent cases may be
Yes: therefore should only be used in urgent
Night signals should only be used in open waters.
Yes. But the danger would be partly obviated by forbidding complimentary sig. naling.
Night signals should be used only in urgent
would be blinding it would be repeated, for distress signals. It is at all times desirable to
Not if proper precau. tions are adopted.
Should not be used ex cept in the interests of safety.
Present distress signals should not be changed. Recom mends blue, white, and red lights for urgent signals. Recommends eight additional urgency signals. Thinks there should be a new distinct fog-signal for indicating a vessel's course.
Recommends a deck
flare for attracting at-
Recommends a few additional
Persons, firms, socie- Date of reply. Whether the time has
ties, etc., applied to
arrived for establish-
If there is a general de-
Thinks it would be a No. mistake. Now that steamers are em. ployed the necessity of speaking one another is done away with.
Yes; to a limited extent.
South Shields Local Feb. 13, 1888 No. Marine Board
Present distress signals sufficient. Further night signals undesirable. Not required unless for Not aware of any. cases of danger, or when in fog.
Cork Local Marine Feb. 15, 1888. Yes. Board.
Newcastle Local Ma- Feb. 15, 1888. May be desirable, but rine Board.
they are opposed to
Dublin Local Marine Mar. 21, 1888. Yes, if it can be done
Submit a report, in which they concur, from the Scottish Ship-masters' Association.
There is only a limited
Think that private sig. nals of such a nature as to be mistaken for distress signals, should not be permit ted.
It should not offer an inducement to run into danger.
Rockets should be forbidden for private and other signals, and used exclusively for distress signals.
In any case night signaling should be restricted to urgent cases only.
Present distress or danger sig. nals ought to suffice if amplified in a simple manner, to show nature of circumstances in which vessel is placed.
Suggest a system of signaling
Present distress signals are
Suggest three additional warning signals for crowded waters by long and short blasts on the steam whistle or horn.
Recommend five signals in addition to those named in the order of reference, and suggest the use of fire-balls.
Recommend a simple system
Such signals are desirable.
Desirous of a signal to indicate the course being steered by another vessel.
Some special warning night
Suggests for revision of signal code that a voyage exceeding one hundred days and degree and minutes of longitude
Recommend a night signal to indicate which way a vessel is steering.
Yes, in certain cases. Say one distinctive signal denoting ice or other danger ahead.