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Page 129 - ... breadths ; measure also the mean length of the space between the foremost and aftermost bulkheads or limits of its length, excluding such parts (if any) as are not actually occupied by or required for the proper working of the machinery...
Page 477 - Every place so occupied shall be kept free from goods or stores of any kind not being the personal property of the crew in use during the voyage; and if any such place is not so kept free...
Page 129 - ... which are framed in for the machinery or for the admission of light and air, by multiplying together the length, depth and breadth thereof; add...
Page 407 - ... in a direction perpendicular to the keel from the height so marked on the outside of the ship on the one side to the height so marked on the other side by passing a chain under the keel...
Page 248 - ... and also at the upper and lower points of the depth, number them from above as before ; multiply the second, fourth, and sixth by...
Page 256 - ... deck, or, in case of a break, below a line stretched in continuation thereof, to the upper side of the floor timber at the inside of the limber strake...
Page 238 - Crown aforesaid, which are framed in for the Machinery or for the Admission of Light and Air, by multiplying together the Length, Depth, and Breadth thereof; add such Contents to the Cubical Contents of the Space below the Crown ; divide the Sum by 100; and the Result shall be deemed to be the Tonnage of the said Space...
Page 275 - ... multiply the quantity thus obtained by one-third of the common interval between the breadths, and the product shall be deemed the transverse area...