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OFFENCES—continued.

Br Owiteb Op Ship—continued.

Under Part II. (Masters and Seamen),

employing uncertificated person as officer, 51.

if home-trade ship carries seaman to sea without agreement, 60.

concerning certificate as to agreement with crew of home-trade

ship, 66.
not exhibiting statement as to lascars, 69.
not discharging crew of foreign-going ship before superintendent.

70.
failing to pay wages before superintendent, 72.
non-payment of seamen's wages at proper time—
(foreign-going ship), 73.
(home-trado ship), 74.
not producing ship's papers when required by superintendent, 76.
non-compliance with provisions as to property of deceased seamen,

94.
leaving certain foreign seamen in distress in United Kingdom, 101.
seamen volunteering into navy, stipulating for forfeiture of wages

by, 115.
fraud, &c. in applying for return of money in respect of seaman

joining navy, 116.
not deducting fines in accordance with provisions of M. S. Acts, 497.
failing to comply with provisions as to medicines and anti-
scorbutics, 119.
failing to furnish proper provisions to crew, 481.
proceeding to sea without certificate of medical inspector, 120.
not carrying medical practitioner on certain ships, 124.
failing to supply certificated cook, 481.
as to accommodation for seamen, 125.
improperly carrying seaman on board as deserter, 132.
improper arrest of seaman out of United Kingdom, 133.
failing to pay fines to superintendent, 138, 497.

deliver log-book to superintendent, 144.
send home official log on transfer or loss, 145.
deliver lists of crews to superintendent—home-trade ship,
150.
as to returns in case of transfer or loss of ship, 152.
Under Part III. (Passenger and Emigrant Ships),
Passenger Steamer,

failing to transmit declaration of owner of steamer, 164.
posting up certificate on steamer, 166.
carrying passengers in excess of certificate, 166.
steamer going to sea without required equipment, 168.
Emigrant Ship,

as to survey of emigrant ship, 171.

breach of regulations as to accommodation of steerage pas-
sengers, 172.
improper stowage of goods, 173.

clearance of emigrant ship without requisite provisions, 174.
not landing or re-shipping rejected provisions, 174.
as to improper carriage of water, 175.
carriage of dangerous goods, 178.
not producing contract ticket, 189.

OFFENCES—continued.

By Ownbb Of Shipcontinued.

Under Part IV. {Fishing Boats),

using fishing boat when unregistered, 211.

breach of rules as to boats and life buoys, 213.

failing to render accounts of catch, &c, 221.

not sending report of crew to superintendent, 227.

failing to render account of wages, 228.

sending boat to sea without certificated skipper and second hand,

230.
employing uncertificated person as skipper or second hand, 230.

Under Tart V. [Safety),

failing to report accident to steamship, 240.

breach of rules as to life-saving apparatus, 242.

as to adjustment of compasses and provision of hose on steamship,

244.
breach of provisions as to signals of distress, &c., 244.
not transmitting, &c. notice as to load-line, 248.
as to marking, defacing, &c. of load-line, 249.
loading timber on deck in winter, 254, 472.
as to grain cargoes, 256.

Under Part X. (Pilotage),

improperly displaying pilot flag, 350.

Under Part XIII. (Legal Proceedings),
as to detained ship going to sea, 396.
taking detaining ofHoer to sea, 396.
obstructing service of documents on master, 399.
Under Part XIV. (Supplemental),

not giving information to surveyor, 409.
By Passage Bjioe.ee. See also By Agent.
as to bond and licence, 197.
agents and runners, 200.

inducement of persons to engage passages, 479.
By Passexoeb. See also By Amy Person, under Part III.
failing to produce contract ticket, 189.

steerage, failing to leave damaged emigrant ship when ordered, 193.
defacing copy of scale of provisions, 477.
giving false information to master of ship for purposes of return to

Board of Trade, 510.
refusing to give any information for purposes of return to Boaid of
Trade, 510.
By Pilot,

not producing bye-laws, &c. to employer, 341.
licence to employer, 341.
or returning licence to pilotage authority, 342.
fraudulent use of licence, 342.
demanding or receiving improper rate, 342.
unqualified, not giving place to qualified, 344.
misconduct or incompetence, 317.
offences generally under s. 606, M. S. A. 1894..351.

OFFENCES—continued.
By Pilotcontinued.

endangering ship, life, or limb, 353.
obtaining charge of ship by misrepresentation, 353.
failing to preserve characteristics of pilot boat, 356.
not exhibiting pilot flag, 356.

false account or default as to payment to Trinity House Pilot Fund,
364.

Bt Seaman And Afpbenticb,

Under Tart II. (Masters and Seamen),

unreasonable complaint as to provisions, 117.

misconduct endangering life or ship, 130.

desertion, 131.

absence without leave, 131.

general offences against discipline, 134.

false statement as to name or last ship, 135.

for the purpose of obtaining rating of A.B., 503.

Under Tart IV. (Fishing Boats),

general offences against discipline, 214.
By Smr's Husband,

improperly arresting seaman out of United Kingdom, 133.
not giving notice of loss of ship to Board of Trade, 210.

By Skipfek Oh Second Hand Of Fishing Boat,
using fishing boat when unregistered, 211.
breach of rules as to boats and life buoys, 213.
general offences against discipline, 214.
failing to keep record of casualties, punishments, &c, 219.
taking boy to sea without proper indenture or agreement, 221.

Trawlers,
taking seamen to sea without proper agreement, 222.
false statement on runniDg agreement, 227.
as to statement to superintendent of change of crow, 228.
fraudulently altering, &c. agreement, 228.
failing to deliver account of wages to seamen, 229.

certificate of discharge to seaman, 229.
serving without being certificated, 230.

By Scpebintendent,

fraudulently issuing seamen's money orders, 80.

embezzlement, 148.

demanding or receiving unauthorized fees, 149.

By Subveyob Of Ships,

demanding unauthorized fees, 408.

OFFICER

not liablo for seizing ship on reasonable grounds, 42.

exempt from legal proceedings unless wilful default, 82.

application of Public Authorities Protection Act, 1893, to Part III., 203.

of Board of Trade, powers to enforce Act, 407.

appointed under repealed Acts, saving for, 421.

OFFICER OF SHIP. See also Offences— By Mate.

certificate of competency or service of. See Certificate Of Competency Oe

See Vice.
inquiry into conduct of, 270.

report to be made to Board of Trade, 271.
coBts of witnesses for defence, 272.
procedure on, 272.
in colonies, 276, 277.

OFFICIAL LOG, 141—145.
what ships must keep, 141.
book, forms of, 141.

may be united with ordinary ship's log, 141.
entries in, when to be made, 141.

by whom to be signed, 142.

admissible in evidence, 142.

entries required to be made in, list of, 142, 143.

as to property of deceased seamen, 92, 143.

signature of, 142.
of seamen left behind, 482.
examination of provisions and water, 117.
neglect of seaman to take anti-scorbutics, 119.
desertion and absence without leave, 135, 141.
offences against discipline, 135, 141.
misconduct for which agreement imposes a fine, 135,

141.
of disrating of seamen, 503.
desertion, discipline, &c. to be produced in legal

proceedings, 136.
deduction of fines from wages, 139, 142, 143.
births and deaths in British ships, 151.
collisions, 143.

draught of water and clear side, 245.
load-line, 247.
as to boat drills, 472.

examination of life-saving appliances, 472.
orders of naval court, 280.
offences in respect of, 144.

destroying entries or making false entries, a misdemeanor, 144.
delivery of, to superintendent on discharge of crew, 144.

transfer or loss of ship, 144.
production of, to Board of Trade by superintendents, 404.
who may requiro, 407.

OLD CALABAR,

foreign port of registry, 557.

ORDER IN COUNCIL,

general provisions as to, 414.
revocation and alteration of, 414.
publication of, in London Gazette, 414.
to be laid before Parliament, 414.
when to take effect, 414.

ORDER IN COUNCIL—continued.

under repealed Acts, saving for, 421.
as to foreign ports of registry, 4, 49.

registrars at foreign ports of registry, 4.

in colonies, 4.
application of fees at foreign ports of registry, 36.
tonnage of foreign ships, 47, 502.
colonial certificates of competency, 55.
jurisdiction of vioe-admiralty court in suits for wages, 87.
seamen's lodging-houses, 127.

going on board foreign ships tefore seamen leave, 129.
deserters from foreign ships, 141.
scale of provisions for crew, 480.
colonial certificates for passenger steamers, 167.
medical practitioners on emigrant ships, 178.
regulations as to steerage passengers by, 189.

registry of fishing boats by, 212.
as to exemption from survey of foreign ships, 205.
collision regulations, made by, 233, G55—692.
local, made by, 237.

application of, to foreign ships out of jurisdiction, 239.
as to life-saving appliances committee, 242.

exemption of foreign ship from rules as to life-saving appliances, 470.

signals of distress, 244.

marking of load-lines on colonial ships, 250. ■

foreign ships, 251.
salvage of life from foreign vessels out of jurisdiction, 318.
pilotage bye-laws, confirming, 338.
authority, suspending, 340.
pilot signals, rules as to, 356, 756.

as to appointment of sub-commissioners by Trinity House, 357.
of Hull or Newcastle, 364.
extension of pilotage districts, 357, 365.
light dues, fixing, 374.

for new lighthouse, 372.
alteration of, by, 372.
exemptions from, 372.

regulating payment of, and substitution of new, 372.
fixing local, 372, 377.'
colonial, 382.

as to auditing accounts of, 383.
consenting to reduction of local, 376.
lighthouso authority, local, transferring powers of, 376.

general, consenting to regulation of, 372.
fixing establishments of, 377.
powers in Channel Islands, consenting to exercise of, 381.
extending jurisdiction as to offences to foreign countries, 391.
applying provisions of Act to foreign ships, 412.
confirming colonial Act, 412.
as to execution of duties where no consular oflicer, 414.

OUSE,

rules for preventing collisions in, 237.

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