5 edition of A Guide to the Merchant Shipping Acts found in the catalog.
April 1980 by Brown, Son and Ferguson, Ltd .
Written in English
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The Merchant Shipping Act made this compulsory for UK ports, but plantation ports carried on submitting lists despite not being covered by the act. In the Admiralty issued an instruction to the Board of Trade that masters of merchant vessels were not, for reasons of security, to enter destinations or ports of call in the logs or on crew lists and agreements. This Act shall come into operation on the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, but shall not apply to any Ship which belongs to the United Kingdom and is absent therefrom at the Time when this Act comes into operation until such Ship has returned to the United Kingdom. Penalty for use of improper certificate. From printed indexes were also produced, but these, although sometimes a useful shortcut, are not as comprehensive.
The date of the latest version is displayed at the top of this page. Board of Trade Passenger Lists, Inwards, — and —, list the names of people arriving in the United Kingdom from places outside Europe, but not within the Mediterranean Sea, unless the vessels sailed originally from outside Europe and picked up passengers in a European or Mediterranean port en route. This legislation contributed to the primacy of British shipping, but not by regulating trade. A certificate of mortgage and a certificate of sale shall contain a statement of the several particulars by this Act directed to be entered in the register book on the application for the certificate, and in addition thereto an enumeration of any registered mortgages or certificates of mortgage or sale affecting the ship or share in respect of which the certificate is given. The dropshipper, in a nutshell, simply acts as the go-between; arranging the transaction between the customer and the manufacturer or supplier, such as a factory or importer.
Temporary passes in lieu of certificates of registry. Except as far as may be necessary for making a mortgaged ship or share available as a security for the mortgage debt, the mortgagee shall not by reason of the mortgage be deemed the owner of the ship or share, nor shall the mortgagor be deemed to have ceased to be owner thereof. Every steam ship, when navigating any narrow channel, shall, whenever it is safe and practicable, keep to that side of the fairway or mid-channel which lies on the starboard side of such steam ship. In all cases the Seaman is entitled, at his discharge, to one-fourth of the balance due to him. If there are more mortgages than one registered in respect of the same ship or share, the mortgagees shall, notwithstanding any express, implied, or constructive notice, be entitled in priority, one over the other, according to the date at which each mortgage is recorded in the register book, and not according to the date of each mortgage itself. Marking of ship.
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Transcripts and transactions relating to fishing boats are in BT from What are they doing well and what are their shortcomings? Fishing boats The Merchant Shipping Act required every fishing boat to: be lettered and numbered have official papers be entered on a register Annual returns were made from each port and are in record series BT Before a certificate of mortgage or sale is granted, the applicant shall state to the registrar, and the registrar shall enter in the register book, the following particulars; that is to say i the name of the person by whom the power mentioned in the certificate is to be exercised, and in the case of a mortgage the maximum amount of charge to be created, if it is intended to fix any such maximum, and in the case of a sale the minimum price at which a sale is to be made, if it is intended to fix any such minimum: ii the place where the power is to be exercised, or if no place is specified, a declaration that it may be exercised anywhere, subject to the provisions of this Act: iii the limit of time within which the power may be exercised.
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Does it generate appealing profits? Declaration of ownership on registry. Charles Stratford, for the term of twelve months from this date. Passenger records The National Maritime Museum does not hold passenger lists.
Medical expenses for injuries and other casualties whilst on duty are to be defrayed by the Owner, but in all other cases, expenses to a reasonable amount may, if proved, be deducted from the wages. The Acts did not actually constrain the powers of the masters, but rather restated them in official terms, restricting corporal punishment and tasking masters with making themselves accountable.
The income from these agreements will supplement revenue from Light duesused to fund the work of the Authorities. Each of the following courts; namely,— a in England or Ireland the High Court, b in Scotland the Court of Session, c in any British possession the court having the principal civil jurisdiction in that possession; and d in the case of a port of registry established by Order in Council under this Act, the British court having the principal civil jurisdiction there, may, if the court think fit without prejudice to the exercise of any other power of the courton the application of any interested person make an order prohibiting for a time specified any dealing with a ship or any share therein, and the court may make the order on any terms or conditions they think just, or may refuse to make the order, or may discharge the order when made, with or without costs, and generally may act in the case as the justice of the case requires; and every registrar, without being made a party to the proceeding, shall on being served with the order or an official copy thereof obey the same.
Mortgage of ship or share. The account is to be kept by the Paymaster-general. Thus, while the master was "next after God" on his ship, once he returned to a British or imperial port he surrendered dominion to the RGSS.
Book lists for a number of other companies can be compiled on request from the Library catalogue and the Archive catalogue. The Official Number was allocated on registration, retained for the life of the ship, and was not reused.
In instances where crew misbehaviour was recorded, the master was required to read the entry to the guilty party and note any response made. To be an employee, but also a state-certificated professional, created contradictions.
CLIP has information about ships from the s and the Miramar index lists ships from the early 19th century. Having the right products at the right time requires proper demand forecasting and savvy purchasing practices. The alien arrival documents, —, are in the process of being digitised and will become available on that website.
This portion provides for investigations into Wrecks and other casualties; defines the duties of Receivers of Wreck, and the nature of Salvage. Many of these records remained at the port and were transferred to local record offices.Merchant shipping definition: shipping which is involved in commerce (rather than defence, etc) | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples The book includes a collection of stories, an in-depth guide to modern and authentic English.
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