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OFFENCE.

Amount of Fine
or Punishment.

Shipping Mas. ter's Signature

or Initials.

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Not being on board at the time fixed by
the agreement..................

Two Days' Pay.
Not returning on board at the expiration
of leave...........................

One Day's Pay.
Insolence or contemptuous language or

behaviour towards the master or any
mate

One Day's Pay.
Striking or assaulting any person on board
or belonging to the ship

Two Days' Pay.
Quarrelling or provoking to quarrel... ...... One Day's Pay.
Swearing or using improper language...... One Day's Pay.
Bringing or having on board spirituous
liquors

Three Days' Pay.
Carrying a sheath-knife

One Day's Pay.
Drunkenness. First offence ................

Two Days' half

allowance of

Provisions.
Ditto. Second offence............... Two Days' Pay.
Neglect on the part of the officer in charge

of the watch to place the look-out pro-
perly .................

Two Days' Pay.
Sleeping or gross negligence while on the
look-out

Two Days' Pay.
Not extinguishing lights at the times
ordered ........

One Day's Pay.
Smoking below ..................................

One Day's Pay.
Neglecting to bring up, open out, and air
bedding, when ordered..........

Half a day's Pay.
(For the Cook)--Not having any meal of

the crew ready at the appointed time One Day's Pay.
Not attending Divine service on Sunday,

unless prevented by sickvess or duty of
the ship.....

One Day's Pay.
Interrupting Divine service by indecorous
conduct

One Day's Pay.
Not being cleaned, shaved, and washed on
Sundays

One Day's Pay.
Washing clothes on a Sunday ............... One Day's Pay.
Secreting contraband goods on board with
intent to smuggle

One Month's Pay.
Destroying or defacing the copy of the

agreement which is made accessible to
the crew

One Day's Pay.
If any officer is guilty of any act or default which is made

subject to a fine, he shall be liable to a fine of twice the
number of days' pay which would be exacted for a like act
or default from a seaman, and such fine shall be paid and
applied in the same manner as other fines.

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tons per

sea

XXXII. ForM TO BE USED IN CASES WHERE SHIPWRECKED SEAMEN ARE

PICKED UP AT Sea AND CONVEYED HOME, OR TO ANY OTHER Port. I, master of the

merchant vessel, belonging to the port of

and of the burden of register, do solemnly and sincerely declare, That I received on board the said vessel at

the under mentioned men, subjects of Great Britain *[

being part or the whole of the crew of the

mercbant vessel, which I have heard and verily believe was on her voyage from

to of the burden of about

tons, and was owned by of

]. I further declare that I landed them on the day or days, place or places, set forth in the statement underneath, and subsisted them the number of days against each person expressed, making in the whole +

days; and that during the whole of such time I had my full complement of men and boys, viz.

men and boys exclusive of the under-mentioned seamen, for whom I now claim subsistence; and in proof of the justice of the claim I am willing (if required) to produce my log book, and the declaration of the mate and carpenter; and I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true. I further declare that ||

were saved from the wrecked vessel.

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Master's Signature. Declared before me at

this
day of

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Magistrate's Signature. * The words between [ ] must be repeated for every wrecked vessel, when more than one, to which the seamen belonged.

+ The number here is to be inserted in words at length
# If the full complement not on board, state how many were deficient.

|| Here insert the words “not any provisions,” or (as the case may be) “ the provisions specified on the other side hereof."

A Statement of all the Provisions saved from the wrecked Vessel.

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Note.- When this form is properly filled up and declared to, the master of the ship is to deliver it to the shipping master, and proof must be given to the shipping master that the men have been landed at the port.

If the master wishes the money that may be due to him for the subsistence of the seamen paid to the owners or other parties, he is to sign the following form :

Pay the amount due for the subsistence, etc., of the distressed seamen brought home, as stated on the other side, to of

Master. Dated this

18

day of

Certificate of the Shipping Master. I hereby certify, That the number of seamen and boys, as stated on the other side, were landed at this port on the

day of 18 from the ship * and that, exclusive of such seamen, the full complement of the crew, according to the number shipped on the agreement of the said vessel when she left the United Kingdom, have returned in her."

Shipping Master
Port.
Date.

Note.—The shipping master, after signing this certificate, is to forward the document to the Registrar-General of Seamen.

* If all the seamen were not landed, here state the exceptions.

+ If the number of the crew is less than on the original agreement, here state how many are deficient.

men and

sub

Certificate of the Registrar-General of Seamen. Number

I hereby certify, That I have Number of Seaof Days Rate

examined the agreement of the

Amount. Boys con

per Day. sisted.

ship referred to as having been veyed.

wrecked, and find that the seamen brought home formed no part of her crew, and that the sum of

pounds,

shillings, pence, DEDUCT, value of provisions

is due to the For

master of the saved from the wreck

ship For me deficient on complement of crew

for their conveyance home, as days at per day...

per account in the margin.

_Registrar. Dated this

day of 18

he

Memorandum. Order sent for payment to the shipping master at the port of on the day of

18

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I certify that the above-named Master has, in my presence, paid to the crew of the above-named ship, in respect of the above-mentioned voyage, the sum of £ „ „ Signed

Shipping Master. Dated at

the

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day

XXXIV. FORM TO BE USED IN A CLAIM TO THE ADMIRALTY COURT FOR

COMPENSATION FOR SEAMEN HAVING VOLUNTEERED INTO THE NAVY FROM A Merchant SHIP.

Particulars of the Claim of

of the

or vessel for compensation, by reason of

a seaman, serving on board the said vessel, having on the

day of

18

at volunteered to and been engaged on board Her Majesty's ship

Note.-The Answers to the several Questions must be written opposite to the respective questions, in a clear and legible hand, and must be signed by the claimant. Sums of money must be written both in letters and figures. The claimant must sign his name to the answers.

The blanks in the affidavit must then be filled up, and may be sworn to by the claimant before the Judge or Registrar of the High Court of Admiralty of England, or before a Commissioner to administer oaths in Admiralty, or before a Magistrate, or before any person duly authorised to administer oaths in the Court of Admiralty.

When completed, the paper should be left with or sent to the Registrar of the High Court of Admiralty.

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