Annual report (Google eBook)

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J.O. Patenaude, I.S.O., printer to the King, 1903 - Shipping
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Page 25 - Act shall not apply to ships or vessels of any foreign country in which British ships are admitted to the coasting trade of such country, and to carry goods and passengers from one port or place to another in such country.
Page 116 - Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa. SIR, I have the honour to submit, herewith, the annual report of the Lighthouse Board of Canada for the year ending December 31, 1905.
Page 7 - ... dredges, scows, yachts, boats and other water-borne craft, built outside of Canada, of any material, destined for use or service in Canadian waters (not including registered vessels entitled to engage in the coasting trade, nor vessels in transit between Canada and any place outside thereof), nop: on...
Page 9 - ... unexpired certificates of inspection issued by the proper authorities in the respective countries to which they belong, they shall be subject to no other inspection than necessary to satisfy the local inspectors that the condition of the vessel, her boilers, and life-saving equipments are as stated in the current certificate of inspection...
Page 31 - No goods or passengers shall be carried by water, from one port of Canada to another, except in British ships ; and if any goods or passengers are so carried, as aforesaid, contrary to this act, the master of the ship or vessel so carrying the same shall...
Page 11 - Dominion, who act as officers of this Department, and are remunerated from their fees of office, although, in addition to such office many of them hold a position in the Customs Service. Also, in addition to the above, by Orders in Council of the...
Page v - PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY [No. 211903] To His Excellency the Right Honourable SIR GILBERT JOHN ELLIOT, EARL OF MINTO Governor General of Canada. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY : I have the honour to submit herewith, for the information of Your Excellency and the Legislature of Canada, the Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Marine Branch.
Page 27 - Her Majesty has agreed to grant to any ships of any foreign State any rights or privileges in respect of the coasting trade of any British possession, those rights and privileges shall be enjoyed by those ships for so long as...
Page 35 - The Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa. SIR, I have the honour to submit a report of the work done...
Page 25 - Canada, no goods or passengers can be carried by water from one port in Canada to another except in British ships, but...

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