The rules of the road at sea; comprising the regulations for preventing collisions at sea, 1897, and rules in force in harbours, rivers and inland waters with explanatory notes and observations

 
9781231248232: The rules of the road at sea; comprising the regulations for preventing collisions at sea, 1897, and rules in force in harbours, rivers and inland waters with explanatory notes and observations

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 Excerpt: ...bound by law to employ, neither the master nor the owner shall be liable to any penalty, or be responsible (except in damages for injury done) for any non-performance or non-observance of any Bye-law arising from the neglect or default of such pilot. 3.--Except as mentioned in the last preceding Bye-law, every person who shall make default in the performance or observance of any Bye-law shall for every such default forfeit and pay to the undertakers a sum not exceeding 51., and in case of a continuing default, a daily penalty not exceeding 40s. for every day such default shall continue after conviction; and it is expressly declared that the imposition and payment of any penalty shall not affect the liability of any person or vessel to answer in damages for injury to any property or person arising from such default as aforesaid. 4.--In the following Bye-laws every steamship which is under sail and not under steam is to be deemed to be a sailing ship; and every vessel which is under steam, whether under sail or not, is to be considered a steamship. 2.--As to Moorings. 5.--Every vessel shall be, and be kept properly and effectually moored whilst at any public or private mooring place, or at any pier, wharf, jetty, staith, dolphin, or landing place within the limits of improvement, and especially shall be kept effectually moored during high winds, freshes, or accumulation of ice. Every vessel shall be and be kept moored, otherwise than by means of anchors, except in case of emergency. 6.--If any vessel part from its anchor, the fact shall be reported to the harbour master as soon as practicable. Every vessel moored or anchored, or about to be moored or anchored, shall be subject to any orders or directions which the harbour master may give as to the berth or pl...

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