Outlines of Naval Hygiene

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Smith, Elder, 1881 - 364 Seiten
 

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Seite 349 - If the ship has a third deck, commonly called a spar deck, the tonnage of the space between it and the tonnage deck shall be ascertained as follows : — Measure in feet the inside length of the space at the middle of its height from the plank at the side of the stem to the...
Seite 347 - ... (average thickness), deducting from this length what is due to the rake of the bow in the thickness of the deck and what is due to the rake of the stern timber in the thickness of the deck, and also what...
Seite 349 - No.l being at the extreme limit of the length at the bow, and the last number at the extreme limit of the length at the stern ; then, whether the length be divided according to the table into...
Seite 343 - ... not be lawful for the master of any such steamship or other vessel,* not In distress, after the arrival of the vessel within any collection district of the United States, to allow any person or persons, except a pilot, officer of the customs, or health officer, agents of the vessel, and consuls, to come on board of the vessel, or to leave the vessel, until the vessel has been taken In charge by an officer of the customs, nor, after charge so taken, without leave of such officer, until all the...
Seite 348 - ... at each point of division of the length as follows: Measure the depth at each point of division from a point at a distance of one-third of the round of the beam below such 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, after deducting the average thickness of the ceiling, which is between the bilge planks and limber strake...
Seite 342 - ... among such passengers as will tend to the preservation and promotion of health ; and to that end he shall cause such regulations as he may adopt for this purpose to be posted up, before sailing, on board such vessel, in a place accessible to such passengers, and shall keep the same so posted up during the voyage...
Seite 338 - The master of a vessel coming to a port or place in the United States in violation of either of the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor; and if the number of passengers...
Seite 344 - ... shall be made in the manner provided by law for admeasuring vessels for tonnage); and to compare the number of such passengers found on board with the list of such passengers furnished by the master to the customs...
Seite 350 - ... and multiply by it the mean horizontal area, and the product will be the cubical contents of the space : divide this product by one hundred, and the quotient...
Seite 343 - And horses, cattle, or other animals taken on board of or brought in any such vessel shall not be carried on any deck below the deck on which passengers are berthed, nor in any compartment in which passengers are berthed, nor in any adjoining compartment^ except in a vessel built of iron, and of which the compartments are divided off by water-tight bulkheads extending to the upper deck.

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