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EIVER AND HARBOUR RATES.
St upon any part thereof are two-third parts of the aforesaid rates. The second stage extends from tha
Old Ferry at Renfrew to the mouth of Dalmnir Burn ; and the rates exigible thereon are one-sixth part of
the aforesaid rates. The third stage extends from Dalmuir Burn to Newark Castle ; and the rates exigible
thereon are one-sixth part of the aforesaid rates.
Rates for Weighing, &c., Leviable under the Schedule to the Act 1864.
Part II. — Rates for use ofWeighing Machines.
For each cart, lorry, spring van, or other
carriage, when the load does not exceed $.
One Ton,
When the load exceeds One Ton, . .
Weighing duties to be paid by the owners,
shippers, or importers of Goods, if re-
quired by the collector or other officer
appointed by the trustees for ascertaining
the rates, provided the weight specified
by the owner, shipper, or importer of the
goods be found less than the real weight,
but if found equal to, or greater than,
the real weight, the weighing duties are
not to be exigible.
Weighing duties on coals to be paid only
when weighed on the application of the
owner or shipper.
Part III. — Rates for the use of Planks, Stages,
and Rhones.
1. — For Planks or Stages for loading or ». d.
discharging vessels : —
For each Plank, or Stage, per week, . 1
2. — For Rhones: for each Waggon of Coal
loaded therewith, . , . . .01
One Shilling extra on each Cargo for
removing the Rhone to and from the
Vessel.
Rates for use of Water.
For the supply of Water to Vessels entering and
using the Harbour and Docks, 8d. per Puncheon.
But rates shall not be leviable unless Water shall ha
actually supplied to vessels.
Rates for the use of Cranes, Leviable under Schedule (B) to the Act 1868.
Part I. — Rates for the use of Cranes capable of
Lifting not more than Five Tons.
For each ton or part of a ton. s. d.
On Mahogany and all other Timber, . .06
Dn Castings and Light Machinery, . .06
On Cast- Iron Pipes, • . . . .03
On Freestone, . . . . . .03
On Marble, 10
On all other articles if weighing less than
One Ton, each, . . . . .03
" " if weighing One Ton
and less than Two Tons, each, 4
" " if weighing Two Tons
or upwards, each, . .06
For the use of any Crane for loading or un-
loading Minerals, . , . . .02
In addition to the above Rates, Sixpence
per Hour to be paid for wages of Crane-
men attending while the Crane is being
used.
Part II. — Rates for the use of Cranes capable of
Lifting Six Tons and not more than Fifteen Tons.
£ s.
d.
For each Hoist n
5t exceeding
1 ton,

10
Do above 1 and not exceed
2 tons,
1
8
Do do 2
do
3
3
4
Do do 3
do
4
7
4
Do do 4
do
6
12

Do do 5
do
6
16

Do do 6
do
8
1 4

£ 3. d
For each above 8 and not exceed. 10 tons, 1 12
Do do 10 do 12 2
Do do 12 do 15 2 12
When the Crane is used for loading or unloading
any of the articles specified in Part I. of this
schedule, weighing less than Three Tons, the same
rates may, in the option of the Trustees, be charged
as are therein specified.
Part III. — Rates for the nse of Cranes capable of
lifting Fifteen Tons and upwards, and for putting
in or taking out of Steam Vessels, Machinery/,
Engines, and Boilers.
£ s. d.
For each Ton or part of a Ton, . .046
But no charge for any single employment of the
Crane to be less than for Three Tons.
All necessary use of the Crane, from the lifting of
a piece of machinery off its carriage until stowed or
adjusted in the Vessel, or from the lifting of a piece
of machinery from the Vessel until placed on the
carriage, shall be included in one hoist.
Putting into or taking out of Vessels, Machinery,
Engines and Boilers (not being cargo), including
fitting-up, per ton, 4s. 6d. ; but if the rates for any
single day of ten hours, during the employment of
the Crane, do not amount to £2 28., then the charge
for such day to be £2 2s., and in proportion for a
shorter period, and no charge to be less than for half
a day.
Rates on Vessels Crossing from the Forth and Cart Junction Canal to the River Cart.
Svery Vessel crossing between the Forth and s.
Cart Junction Canal and the River Cart,
loaded with, or having on board, coals or
ether Minerals, . . . . .0
d.
Every Vessel crossing between the Forth and s. d.
Cart Junction Canal and the River Cart,
loaded with, or having on board, a general
cargo of goods and other commodities, . Q

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