Citation
Panama Canal Tonnage Certificate

Material Information

Title:
Panama Canal Tonnage Certificate
Donor:
Bjorneby, Richard
Physical Description:
Archival
Physical Location:
82
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Subjects

Genre:
certificate
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Central America -- Panama Canal Zone

Notes

Abstract:
August 1932 Netherland Ship Chernyshevski. 13.75 X 9.75, Paper, Color-beige
General Note:
Item received on 5/24/2011

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Panama Canal Museum Collection at the University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
2004.027.758 ( Accession Number )
2004.027 ( PCM Object ID )

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PANAMA CANAL TONNAGE CERTIFICATE




NAME OF SHIP


Official number al letters Port of registry Lg Be- tonnaget Dh
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} Gross,
-1--- -ig t..---- _____Details of Panama Canal gross tonnage.
Tons of 100 Tons of 100
cubic feet cubic feet
The spaces measured for gross tonnage in this ship comprise the following and no others, viz:

j p__jS .-or spaces under the tonnage dock, viz:

(a) Space between tonnage deck and double bottom ...... ........... ................ ..-Z

(b) Double-bottom compartments available for fuel, feed-water, or stores

Total space under tonnage deck ..........................................................

2. Space or spaces between the tonnage deck and uppermost full length deck............................

Tons of 100
.3. Closed-in spaces in permanent constructions above uppermost full length deck: cubic feet


(a) Forecastle ......... .......... ...... ......................... ............

(b) Bridge space I .

(c) Poop........ ................................................ ................ ....

(ci) Break or breaks.. .

(e) Turret space ............ tons, (f) Trunk space ................ .......... tons

(g) Roundhouses tons, tons,.. tons, tons, tons

(h) Side houses ......... tons, ............. tons......... tons, tons, tons ..

(i) Companion house or companionway (portion used for special purposes)....... .............

(j) Passageways serving measured spaces .

(k) Cookhouses, galleys, bakeries, and condenser spaces.......... ............

(1) Lavatories, water-closets, latrines, privies, toilets, wash and bath rooms .............

(m) Wheelhouses, chart house, house for donkey engine and boiler, spaces for anchor gear, steering
gear and capstan, radio house, and other closed-in spaces used in working the ship. ......

(n) Sail room ............................................................... tons, (o) Boatsw ain's stores ................... tons ..........

(p) Hatchways .....L. tons, ....... tons, ..2 ... tons, tons .. tons

tons, ........ tons, ........ tons, tons, tons

Total .. tons. One-half per cent of the gross tonnage tons. Excess

Total closed-in spaces on or above the uppermost full length deck......... ................................


Panama Canal gross tonnage ...... ........ . .. ....
(1 ) .c surd i~Yn th 4G. thhll nc) tf utLr of Natonal Tornag e- C ert :.. c.
(2) L 410.9730 .2"" the it eoiH o Port
(3) 0"': the Tonn-ge on Iational Tonnag&-.ertificate







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Deductions from gross tonnage *) Tons of 100 Tons of 100
cubic feet cubic feet
1. Crew accommodations:
(a) Berthing accommodations and passageways serving them : Seamen a09
Firemen ........... tons, Quartermasters tons, Oilers tons
Greasers ..................... tons, Donkeymen ons, Apprentices tons
Motormen ... ......... tons, Cook tons, Mess boysX ........ tons
Passageways .. tons, .......-- ..,... tons, .......tons 73-08
(b) Crew's messrooms ........ tons, ........tons Bath and wash rooms I. t tons
Hospital .... tons, Ward and dressing room tons, tons
2. Officers' accommodations and passageways serving them:
(a) Berthing accommodations: Chief Officer 7. 3 tons, 2d Officer ...7 3 tons
3d Officer ..... d tons, Chief'Engineer .77 tons, 2d Engineer -1.6 tons
3d Engineer ,.... tons, 4th Engineer $.03 tons, Wireless Operator .9-33 tons
Boatswain .... ..... Carpenter.. tons, Steward tons
Passagew ays .....1 tons, tons, .. .---- tons, .................. tons ....................... tons
(b) Messrooms: Officers/ 2.01 tons, Engineers .... tons, Petty Officers .......tons 2 L
(c) Bath and wash rooms: Officers ..L7.. tons, Engineers .......tons, ................ ........... ..tons 7
(d) Doctor's accommodations: Cabin ........... tons, Office ... ......... ................ tons, Bath and W.C. ....... tons
(c) Master's accommodations: Cabin ..9, ta. tons, W I 9 .......1. tons, Bath &n-W; ... tonsf 1-13-9
3. Galleys, cookhouses, bakeries, and condenser spaces for exclusive Uuse of officers, engineers, and crew:
Galley .............. t.ns, tons, .............tons, ........ .. Pantry ...... ... tons, ..... .................. tons
4. Lavatories, water-closets, latrines, privies, and toilets for exclusive use of officers, engineers, and
crew, and passageways serving them:
Seamen's W.C.I..2.. iytons, Firemen's W.C. tons, Engineers' W.C. .... .. .tons
Officers's W.C. .tons, Passageways tons, ......tons;..........tons,....... tons
5. Closed-in spaces used in working the ship, and passageways serving them:
Chart house... .......C tons, Radio house tons, Wheelhouse ...................... tons
Space fir steering goaro.. tons, Anchor gear tons, Carpenter shop ....... tons
4 P e i 7nL. .tons, Dynam o .......--.-............ tons, Magazine ..... ....... tons
Donkey engine and boiler room tons, Passageways ........ tons, ... tons,. tons,. tons
6. baitltoom as limited tnder Art. X. Sec. 6 : j) Total space .......tois Allowance limited to .......tons
7. Boatswain's storerooms : Lamp rooni..Q.4 tons, Paint room tons, Peaks /3L/ tons...........
............... tons, Total ..3.Z. tons. Allowance under Art. X, Sec. 7, limited to Y. tons 3.1.8
8. Water ballast spaces other than D. B. compartments: F. P. T. 6 6.7 3 tons, A. P. T ....... tons 89. Double-bottom feed-water compartments as under Art. XII, Sec. 5: Nos. -.........1
Total deduction other than propelling power .................... ....... ..........37172

Panama Canal net tonnage (without deduction for propelling power).. ........... ........ Lf 70. Lf./


Tons of 100
Further deductions for propelling power in case of vessels propelled by engines: cubic feet
Either (1) applicable to ships with fixed bunkers, fuel-oil tanks, or double-bottom compartments which can
not, be used tr show cargo or stores:
Tonnage below deck ............ Tween deck ................
Tonnage in bridge ............In poop............. In.p..p....
(b) Fixed coal bunkers or fuel-oil tanks and double-bottom compartments fitted for stowage of fuel oil
Total deduction for propelling power (limited except for tugs employed exclusively as tugs to 50
per cen t of g ross ton n ag e) ..............................................................................
Panama Canal net tonnage, power deduction by actual measurement (Arts. X11 and XIV)..........................
Tons of 100
cubic feet
Or (2) Danube Rule as defined in Arts. XII and XIII: Tonnage below deck '.37. a.s... Tween deck
(a) Engine room as measured (Art. XIII) Tonnage bi-ide 4 7 / I n oop
Tonnage in bridge .......I poop ...........
(b) In a vessel with screw propellers + 75 per cent of engine room as measured 7 -----(c) In a vessel with paddlewheels + 50 per cent of engine room as measured..............
Total deduction for propelling power (limited except for tugs employed exclusively as tugs to
50 per cent of the gross tonnage) .............................................................................................. .........................

Panama Canal net tonnage, power deduction by danube rule (Arts. X1I and XIII) ........... ...........3 r9

oil.
Fuel allowance for ,,in ballast" rate must not exceed .........-.......-.........------------- long tons coal.


*) No space, other than fuel spaces deducted under Article X111 of the Panama Measurement Rules, shall be deducted unless the use to which it is to be exclusively devoted has been
appropriately designated by official marking.
t) Reference to articles and sections are to the ,,Rules for the Moasurement of Vessels for the Panama Canal".







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Spaces not included in gross tonnage
(Information must be given concerning all spaces exempted from measurement.)


1. Exemptions under Art. IV, Sec. 1 (a)-(Name or otherwise identify) ................... ..... ......

2. Exemptions under Art. IV, Sec. 1 (b)-(Name and state separately the dimensions and tonnage of the parts exempted):

Poop ................... ........................... ..............------_......................................................................................................................................................

Forecastle...............................................................................................

B ridge .............................. ..................................... ........... ........................ ............................................................................. .............. ...............

3. Exemptions under Art. IV, Sec. 1 (c)-(Name and state separately the dimensions and tonnage of the parts exempted):

Poop ............ .........._......... ....... ...... ........... ....................................................................... .............................................................

Forecastle............................................................. ........ ...........

Bridge......................................................................................

4. Exemptions under Art. IV, Sec. 2-(Name the deck and state separately the dimensions and tonnage of the parts exempted)



5. Exemptions under Art. IV, Sec. 3-(Name spaces exempted):

Spaces framed in round funnels...... ....e ......... d

Spaces framed in round light and 'air casings ..... ../LL .

Q r s under Art. IV, Sec. 4- (Name or give numbers of double bottom compartments exempted) ._ 7

7. Exemptions under Art. IV, Sec. 6-(Name or otherwise identify spaces exempted) i.e c

8. Exemptions under Art. IV, Sec. 7-(Name or otherwise identify spaces exempted)

9. Particulars as to hatchways (Art. IV, Sec. 5) need not be restated if fully given on first page of this certificate........ ......

10. State any other particulars of exempted spaces:





THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the ..................... ship above-named has been measured in accordance with the Rules
(Nationality)
for the Measurement of Vessels for the Panama Canal, and that the particulars of the tonnage contained in this Certificate are correct.

Given under my hand at this day of 9YR.





(Signature.)



#7............ (Official Position.)



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