Sessional Papers, Volume 3 (Google eBook)
C. H. Parmelee, 1874 - Canada
"Report of the Dominion fishery commission on the fisheries of the province of Ontario, 1893", issued as vol. 26, no. 7, supplement.
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Page 129 - ... is not made at the time and in the manner hereby directed, the master shall, for each such...
Page 128 - Service, or who forges, assists in forging, or procures to be forged, or fraudulently alters, assists in fraudulently altering, or procures to be fraudulently altered, any such Certificate or...
Page 126 - Mates are made compulsory, the qualifications have been kept as low as possible; but it must be distinctly understood that it is the intention of the Board of Trade to raise the standard from time to time, whenever, as will no doubt be the case, the general attainments of officers in the Merchant Service shall render it possible to do so without inconvenience...
Page 121 - Majesty that they are satisfied that the examinations are so conducted as to be equally efficient as the examinations for the same purpose in the United Kingdom under the Acts relating to Merchant Shipping, and that the certificates are granted on such principles as to...
Page 122 - Act as requires at the conclusion of a case relating to the cancelling or suspending of a certificate such certificate, if cancelled or suspended, to be forwarded to the Board of Trade, and the whole of the provisions of the fourth paragraph of the same Section shall apply to such colonial certificates of competency.
Page 121 - Shipping, and that the certificates are granted on such principles as to show the like qualifications and competency as those granted under the said Acts, and...
Page 124 - Consul of the country to which the ship in which the candidate served belonged, or by some other recognised official authority of that country, or by the testimony of some credible person on the spot having personal knowledge of the facts required to be established. Upon application to the...
Page 121 - To impose such conditions and to make such regulations with respect to the said certificates, and to the use, delivery, and cancellation thereof, as to Her Majesty may seem fit, and to impose penalties not exceeding fifty pounds for the breach of such conditions and regulations.
Page 124 - The qualifications required for the several ranks undermentioned are as follow : — 9. A SECOND MATE must be seventeen years of age, and must have been four years at sea. IN NAVIGATION. — He must write a legible hand, and understand the first five rules of arithmetic, and the use of logarithms. He must be able to work a day's work complete, including the bearings and distance of the port he is bound to, by Mercator's method ; to correct the sun's declination for longitude, and find...