Merchant Shipping Act, 1894. Return of all British ships ordered by the Board of Trade, or its officers, during the period from 1st July 1902 to 30th June 1903, to be provisionally detained as unsafe by reason of the defective condition of their hulls, equipments, or machinery, or by reason of overloading or improper loading, in pursuance of the provisions of section 459 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, giving the names of the owners of those ships which have been dismantled, broken up, or converted into hulks, &c.; also of all foreign ships ordered to be provisionally detained during the same period as unsafe by reason of overloading or improper loading, in pursuance of the provisions of section 462 of the same act; together with summaries, showing respectively the total number of ships ordered to be detained as unsafe from 1st July 1902 to 30th June 1903, and since the 1st October 1876, distinguishing between those cases in which the ships were found safe, or unsafe [electronic resource].
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