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of the horizontal line passing through the centre of M. S. A. 1894,
the disc. "• 443-

Maximum load-line in North Atlantic winter.—The
upper edge of this line is feet inches

below the upper edge of the horizontal line passing
through the centre of the disc.
This certificate is to remain in force only so long as the vessel
remains in her present class, provided that no change has taken
place in the structural condition of those deck erections in respect of
which deductions have been made for freeboard.
Dated this day of ,18.

An Assistant Secretary to the said Board.

Note.—In accordance with the regulations made by the Board of Trade the disc and lines must be permanently marked by centre punch marks or cutting, and the particulars given in this certificate are to be entered in the official log. The certificate must also be framed and put up in some conspicuous part of the ship.

If and so soon as the class of the ship is either changed or withdrawn, or if and so soon as any change is made in the structural condition of the deck erections above mentioned, this certificate will be cancelled and must be delivered to the Board of Trade for that purpose, and the owner must then apply for a new certificate.

The summer freeboard applies to voyages from European and Mediterranean ports, from April to September inclusive In other parts of the world this freeboard should be used during the corresponding or recognised summer months.

The freeboard for Indian summer applies to voyages in the fine season in the Indian seas between the limits of Suez and Singapore.

The freeboard for winter North Atlantic trades, applies to vessels sailing to, or from, the Mediterranean, or an}' British or European port, and which may sail to, or from, or call at, ports in British North America, or eastern ports in the United States, north of Capo Hatteras, from October to March inclusive.

Form L.L. 2b.

Certificate of Approval of the Position [Alteration of the Position"] of the Centre of the Disc, and of the Lines to be used in connexion therewith, on the Steamship" ," Official No. , in

pursuance of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894.

Thef ][ ].

The Board of Trade have approved of the position [or alteration of the position] of the centre of the disc and of the lines to be used in connexion therewith on the steamship" ," Official No.

, and hereby certify—

(a) that the centre of such disc is placed at feet

inches below the deck line marked under the pro

visions of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894:

(b) that the position of the lines to be used in connexion with

the disc shall be as follows:

Maximum load-line in fresh water.—The upper edge of
this lino is feet inches above the upper

M. S. A. 1894, edge of the horizontal line passing through the centre

B- 443- of the disc.

Maximum load-line in Indian summer.—The upper edge of this line is feet inches above the upper edge of the horizontal line passing through the centre of the disc.

Maximum load-line in summer.—The upper edge of this line is on the same level as the upper edge of the horizontal line passing through the centre of the disc.

Maximum load-line in winter.—The upper edge of this line is feet inches below the upper edge of the horizontal line passing through the centre of the disc.

Maximum load-line in North Atlantic winter.—The upper edge of this line is feet inches

below the upper edge of the horizontal line passing through the centro of the disc. This certificate is to remain in force until the day of

18 .

Dated this day of 18 .

An Assistant Secretary to the said Board.

Note.—In accordance with the regulations made by the Board of Trade, the disc and lines must be permanently marked by centre punch marks or cutting, and the particulars given in this certificate are to be entered in tho official log. The certificate must also be framed and put up in some conspicuous part of the ship.

On the day of 189 , or if and so soon as any change

is made in the structural condition of those deck erections, in respect of which deductions have been made for freeboard, this certificate will cease to have effect, and it must be delivered to the Board of Trade to be cancelled, and the owner must then apply for a new certificate.

The summer freeboard applies to voyages from European and Mediterranean ports from April to September inclusive. In other parts of tho world this freeboard should be used during the corresponding or recognised summer months.

The freeboard for Indian summer applies to V03*ages in the fine season in the Indian seas between the limits of Suez and Singapore.

The freeboard for winter, North Atlantic trades, applies to vessels sailing to, or from, the Mediterranean, or any British or European port, and which may sail to, or from, or call at, ports in British North America, or eastern ports in the United States, north of Cape Hatteras, from October to March inclusive.

Form L.L. 3.

Certificate of Approval of the Position [_Alteration of the Position] oj the Centre of the Disc, and of the Lines to be used in connexion therewith, on the Sailing Ship" ," Official No. , in

pursuance of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894.

The[ IT ]•

The Board of Trade have approved of the position [or alteration of the position] of the centre of the disc, and of the lines to be used in connexion therewith on the sailing ship" ," Official No. M. S.A. l£94,

, and do hereby certify— B- ii3m

(a) that the centres of such disc is placed at feet inches

below the deck line marked under the provisions of the
Merchant Shipping Act, 1894;

(b) that the position of the lines to be used in connexion with

the disc shall be as follows:—

Maximum load-line in fresh water.—Tho upper edge of
this line is feet inches above the upper

edge of the horizontal lino passing through the centre
of the disc.

Maximum load-line in winter, North Atlantic.—The
upper edge of this line is feet inches

below the upper edge of the horizontal line passing
through the centre of the disc.
This certificate is to remain in force only so long as the vessel
remains in her present class, provided that no change has taken
place in the structural condition of those deck erections, in respect
of which deductions have been made for freeboard.
Dated this day of , 18 .

An Assistant Secretary to the said Board.

Note.—In accordance with the regulations made by the Board of Trade, the disc and lines must be permanently marked by centre punch marks or cutting, and the particulars given in this certificate are to be entered in the official log. The certificate must also be framed and put up in some conspicuous part of the ship.

If and so soon as the class of the ship is either changed or withdrawn, or if and so soon as any change is made in the structural condition of the deck erections above mentioned this certificate will be cancelled, and must be delivered to the Board of Trade for that purpose, and the owner must then apply for a new certificate.

The freeboard for winter, North Atlantic trades, applies to vessels sailing to, or from, the Mediterranean, or any British or European port, and which may sail to, or from, or call at ports in British North America, or eastern ports in the United States, north of Cape Hatteras, from October to March inclusive.

Form L.L. 2a.

Certificate of Approval of the Position {Alteration of the Position) of the Centre of the Disc, and of the Lines to be used in connexion theretcith, on the Sailing Ship" ," Official No. , in

pursuance of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894.

The[ ][ ].

The Board of Trade have approved of the position [or alteration of the position] of the centre of the disc, and of tho lines to be used in connexion therewith on the sailing ship" ," Official No.

, and hereby certify—

(a) that the centre of such disc is placed at feet inches below the deck line marked under the provisions of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894.

M.S. A. 1891, (b) that the position of the lines to be used in connexion with *• **3- the disc shall be as follows:—

Maximum load-line in fresh water.—The upper edge of this line is feet inches above the upper

edge of the horizontal line passing through the centre of the disc. Maximum load-line in winter, North Atlantic.—The upper edge of this line is feet inches

below the upper edge of the horizontal line passing
the centre of the disc.
This certificate is to remain in force until the day of

18 .
Dated this day of 189 .

An Assistant Secretary to the said Board.

Note.—In accordance with the regulations made by the Board of Trade, the disc and lines must bo permanently marked by centre punch marks or cutting, and the particulars given in this certificate are to be entered in the official log. This certificate must also be framed and put up in some conspicuous part of the ship.

On the day of 189 , or if and so soon as any change

is made in the structural condition of those deck erections, in respect of which deductions have been made for freeboard, this certificate will cease to have effect, and it must be delivered to the Board of Trade to be cancelled, and the owner must then apply for a new certificate.

The freeboard for winter, North Atlantic Trades, applies to vessels sailing to, or from, the Mediterranean, or any British or European port, and which may sail to, or from, or call at, ports in British North America, or eastern ports in the United States, north of Cape Hatteras, from October to March inclusive.

Form L.L. 3b.

Certificate of Approval of the Position (Alteration of the Position) of the Centre of the Disc, and of the Lines to be used in connexion therewith, on the Sailing Ship" ," Official No. , tit

pursuance of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894.

The [ ] [ ]•

The Board of Trade have approved of the position [or alteration of the position] of the centre of the disc, and of the lines to be used in connexion therewith, on the sailing ship" ," Official

No. , and hereby certify—

(a) That the centre of such disc is placed at feet

inches below the deck line marked under the pro

visions of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894;

(b) That the position of the lines to be used in connexion with

the disc shall be as follows—

Maximum load-line in fresh water.—The upper edge of this line is feet inches above the upper

edge of the horizontal line passing through the centre of the disc.

Maximum load-line in winter, North Atlantic.—The M.S.A. 1894,

upper edge of this line is feet inches

below the upper edge of the horizontal line passing through the centre of the disc. Dated this day of 189 .

An Assistant Secretary to the said Board.

Note.—In accordance with the regulations made by the Board of Trade the disc and lines must be permanently marked by centre punch marks or cutting, and the particulars given in this certificate are to be entered in the official log. The certificate must also be framed and put up in some conspicuous part of the ship.

If and so soon as any change is made in the structural condition of those deck erections, in respect of which deductions have been made for freeboard, this certificate will be cancelled, and must be delivered to the Board of Trade for that purpose, and the owner must then apply for a new certificate.

The freeboard for tcinter, North Atlantic Trades, applies to vessels sailing to, or from, the Mediterranean, or any British or European port, and which may sail to, or from, or call at, ports in British North America, or eastern ports in the United States, north of Cape Hatteras, from October to March inclusive.

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EEGULATIONS AS TO LOAD LINES OF COLONIAL SHIPS. M.S. A. 1894,

8. 444.

India («).

1899. No. 859.

At the Court at Windsor, the 28th day of November, 1899.

Present:
The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

Whereas \>y the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894 (section 444), it is enacted that—

"Where the Legislature of any British Possession by any enactment provides for the fixing, marking and certifying of load-lines on ships registered in that Possession, and it appears to Her Majesty the Queen that that enactment is based on the same principles as the provisions of this Part of this Act relating to load-lines, and is equally effective for ascertaining and determining the maximum load-lines to which those ships can bo safely loaded in salt water, and for giving notice of the load-line to persons interested, Her Majesty in Council may declare that any load-line fixed and marked, and any certificate given in pursuance of that enactment shall, with respect to ships so registered, have the same effect as if it had been fixed, marked, or given in pursuance of this Part of this Act":

(a) This Order wu gazetted 5th December, 1899.

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