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Fees (Increase) Act 1923

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Part IAmendments of Provisions of Merchant Shipping Acts relating to Fees

Enactment amended.Services in respect of which Fees chargeable.Amendments.
Merchant Shipping Act, 1894 (57 & 58 Vict. c. 60):—
S. 64 (1)Inspection of register book.

For the words " not exceeding one shilling " there shall be substituted the words

not exceeding two shillings.

S. 77 (2)Remeasurement under Rule I. of ships previously measured under Rule II.

For the words " not exceeding seven shillings and sixpence for each transverse section " there shall be substituted the words

not exceeding that specified in the Third Schedule to this Act.

S. 126 (2)Granting of Certificate of Service for A.B. rating.

For the words " not exceeding sixpence " there shall be substituted the words

not exceeding one shilling.

S. 306 (2)Medical inspection of steerage passengers.

For the words " not exceeding twenty shillings for every hundred persons " there shall be substituted the words

not exceeding three pounds for the first hundred persons or fraction of a hundred persons inspected, and one pound for each additional hundred persons.

S. 695 (2)Supply of copies of certified documents.

For the words " not exceeding fourpence" there shall be substituted the words

not exceeding one shilling,

and for the words " on the payment of one shilling " there shall be substituted the words

on the payment of five shillings.

Sixth Schedule: Paras. (6) & (7).Inspection of accommodation of crew.

For the words " shall not exceed ten shillings " there shall be substituted the words

shall not exceed twenty shillings,'' and for the words

shall not exceed one pound" there shall be substituted the words

shall not exceed four pounds.

Sixteenth ScheduleInspection of lights and fog signals.

For the figures " £0 10s. 0d." there shall be substituted the figures

£1 0s. 0d.,

and for the words " shall not exceed one pound" there shall be substituted the words

shall not exceed four pounds.

Merchant Shipping (Mercantile Ma-rine Fund) Act, 1898 (61 & 62 Vict. c. 44):—
S. 3.Registration transfer and mortgage of ships.For the words " solely em-ployed in fishing or sailing ships of under one hundred tons " there shall be substi-tuted the words " not ex-ceeding ten tons gross regis-ter employed solely in fish-ing."

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