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incidentally. Most of the information in Chapter X of the present report was obtained from correspondence with engine builders, shipbuilders and vessel owners.

The following list is not given as a complete bibliography on tonnage and vessel measurement, but as a convenient compilation of the leading printed sources consulted in the preparation of this report.

I. TONNAGE AND VESSEL MEASUREMENT.

Attwood, E. L. War-Ships, 4th Ed. London, New York, Bombay, and Calcutta, 1910.
Béret, V. "Étude Sur le Jaugeage.” Paris, 1905.
Biles, J. H. The Design and Construction of Ships, 2 vols. London, 1908.
British Association for the Advancement of Science. Report of Committee on Measurement of Ships for Tonnage, in

report of 27th meeting, pp. 62–95. London, 1858. Chamberlain, E. T. Testimony on Panama Tolls and Vessel Measurement before Committee on Interstate and Foreign

Commerce, in House Doc. 680, 62d Cong., 2d Sess., pp. 805-919. Washington, 1912. Farrer, T. H. Testimony before Select Committee on Tonnage, 1874, pp. 141-156. Reports from Committees, vol. 10.

London, 1874. Farrer, T. H. Testimony before Royal Commission on Tonnage, 1881, pp. 600–620. Reports from Commissioners, vol.

49 (c-3074). London, 1881. Fitzgerald, Percy. The Great Canal at Suez, 2 vols. London, 1876. Germany (Imperial Department of the Interior). The Measurement of Seagoing Vessels, ed. of 1908. Berlin, 1908. Germany (Imperial Department of the Interior). The Forms and Certificates of Measurement. Berlin, 1895. Great Britain. Report from Committee Appointed in 1821 to consider the Measurement of the Tonnage of Ships. In

Reports from Commissioners, vol. 49 (C-3074). Appendix 7, pp. 604-605. London, 1881. Great Britain. Report of committee appointed by Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty in 1834 to consider the Meas

urement of Tonnage. In Reports from Commissioners, vol. 49 (c-3074). Appendix 9, pp. 605-632. London,

1881. Great Britain. Report of the committee appointed by Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty in 1850 to consider the

Measurement of Tonnage. In Reports from Commissioners, vcl. 49 (C-3074). Appendix 12, pp. 635–637. London,

1881. Great Britain. Report from Select Committee on Merchant Shipping. In Reports from Committees, vol. 13, 1860.

London, 1860. Great Britain. Report of Select Committee on Merchant Ships (Measurement of Tonnage) Bill. Reports from Com

mittees, Vol. X. London, 1874. Great Britain. Public Bills, vol. 5, 1889, Merchant Shipping Bill of 1889. London, 1889. Great Britain (Board of Trade). Memorandum on Uniformity in Tonnage Measurement, Oct. 28, 1862. Reports from

Committees, vol. 10. London, 1874. Great Britain. Report by Royal Commission on Tonnage. Reports from Commissioners, vol. 49 (C-3074). London,

1881. Great Britain. Report of Committee appointed by Board of Trade to Inquire into the Operation of secs. 78 and 87 of

Merchant Shipping Act, 1894 (cd-3045). London, 1906. Great Britain (Board of Trade). Instructions and Regulations Relating to the Measurement of Ships and Tonnage

under Merchant Shipping Acts, 1894 to 1906. London, 1907. Great Britain. Report from Select Committee on the Merchant Shipping (Tonnage Deduction for Propelling Power)

Bill (cd-256). London, 1907. Grey, T. Testimony before Select Committee on Tonnage, 1874, pp. 194–214. Reports from Committees, vol. 10.

London, 1874. Grey, T.

Testimony before Royal Commission on Tonnage, 1881, pp. 1-10. Reports from Commissioners, vol. 49, (c-3074). London, 1881. Grey, T. Memorandum on British Rule for Power Deduction. In Report of Royal Commission on Tonnage, 1881,

pp. 656-659. Reports from Commissioners, vol. 49 (C-3074). London, 1881. Holmes, Sir G. C. V. Ancient and Modern Ships, 2 vols. London, 1906. Institute International de Statistique, Bulletin de Vol. VI, Pt. 1, pp. 234-240. Rome, 1892. International American Conference. Proceedings of First Conference. Sen. Ex. Doc. 232, 51st Cong., 1st sess., Pt. I,

pp. 412–502. Washington, 1890. International Tonnage Commission. Despatch from British Delegates on Tonnage, Together with Report and Recom

mendations of the Commission as to International Tonnage and the Suez Canal Dues. Accounts and Papers, vol.

68 (c-943). British Commercial Reports No. 9. London, 1874. International Tonnage Commission. Correspondence Relative to Question of Suez Canal Dues together With Procès

Verbaux of the Meetings Held by the International Commission at Constantinople. Accounts and Papers, vol. 68. British Commercial Reports No. 19. London, 1874.

Johnson, E. R. Ocean and Inland Water Transportation. New York, 1906.
Johnson, E. R. Panama Canal Traffic and Tolls. Washington, 1912.
Johnson, E. R. Testimony on Panama Tolls and Vessel Measurement Before Committee on Interstate and Foreign

Commerce, in House Doc. 680, 62d Cong., 2d sess., pp. 633–803. Washington, 1912.
Kiaer, A. N., and Salvesen, T. The Measurement of Ships, in “International Statistics,” pp. 75, 158–173, Cen-

tral Bureau of Statistics. Christiania, 1876.
Lloyd's Calendar, 1911, pp. 277–290. Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping. London, 1911.
Lloyd's Register 1910–11; 1911-12. Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping. London, 1911 and 1912.
McAllister, C. A. Testimony on Vessel Measurement Before Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, in
House Doc. 680, 62d Cong., 2d sess., pp.

434-453. Washington, 1912.
Moorsom, G. On the New Tonnage Law, as Established in the Merchant Shipping Act of 1854. In Transactions of

the Institution of Naval Architects, Vol. I, pp. 128–144. London, 1860.
Moorsom, G. Papers Containing Objections to British Board of Trade Rule for Power Deduction. In Report of

Select Committee on Tonnage, 1874, pp. 228-230. Reports from Committees, vol. 10. London, 1874.
Moorsom, G. Papers Containing Objections to British Board of Trade Rule for Power Deduction. In Report of

Select Committee on Merchant Shipping, 1860, pp. 719–724. Reports from Committees, vol. 13. London, 1860.
Moorsom, G. Papers Containing Objections to British Board of Trade Rule for Power Deduction. In Report of

Royal Commission on Tonnage, 1881, pp. 659-662. Reports from Commissioners, vol. 49 (C-3074). London, 1881. Murray, Sir D. Testimony Before Royal Commission on Tonnage, 1881, pp. 576-600. Reports from Commissioners,

vol. 49 (C-3074). London, 1881.
Nautical Magazine. Tonnage Past and Present, Vol. LVIII, pp. 1-15, 89–101, 173–186, 261–269, 356–367, 722–735,

804–824, 985–998; Vol. LIX, pp. 1-11, 89–96. London, 1889 and 1890.
Nourse, J. E. The Maritime Canal of Suez, Ch. III, in Ex. Doc. No. 198, 48th Cong., 1st sess. Washington, 1884.
Peabody, C. H. Naval Architecture. New York and London, 1911.
Robinson, R. H. M. Naval Construction. Annapolis, 1909.
Robinson, R. H. M. Testimony on Vessel Measurement and Displacement Tonnage Before Committee on Interstate

and Foreign Commerce, in H. Doc. 680, 62d Cong., 2d sess., pp. 476-498. Washington, 1912.
Roux, J. C. L'isthme et le canal de Suez. 2 vols. Paris, 1901.
Shipping and Mercantile Gazette. The Merchant Shipping Act of 1854, with Explanatory Summary of Alterations in

the Law. London, 1855. Stokes, Sir J. Testimony Before Select Committee on Tonnage, 1874, pp. 1–18; 214-6. Reports from Committees,

vol. 10. London, 1874. Suez Maritime Canal Co. Memorandum on the Application of the Rules of 1904 Relative to the Measurement of Superstructures. Paris, 1909.

, . United States (Commissioner of Navigation). Annual Report

of 1889, 1890, p. 12. 1894, pp. XXXIX, 44-56. 1911,
pp. 28–41; 223–234; 237–239. Washington.
United States (Commissioner of Navigation). Forty-third Annual List of Merchant Vessels of the United States, 1911.

Washington, 1911.
United States (Commissioner of Navigation). Navigation Laws of the United States, Ed. of 1911, Pt. II. Washington,

1911.
United States, House Committee on Commerce. Report on Tonnage Bill of 1882. H. Rept. 1228, 47th Cong., 1st

sess. Washington, 1882. United States, House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Report on Tonnage Bill of 1894. H. Rept.

1515, 53d Cong., 3d sess. Washington, 1894. United States, House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Hearings on the Panama Canal, H. Doc. 680,

62d Cong., 2d sess. Washington, 1912. United States Naval Institute. Proceedings of (quarterly). Vols. 38 and 39, 1912 and 1913. Annapolis. United States (Navy Department, Bureau of Construction and Repair). Instructions for Standard Ship Calculations,

2 vols. Washington, 1898. United States Navy Department. Register of United States Navy and Marine Corps., Jan. 1, 1912. Washington, 1912. United States (Secretary of Treasury). Customs Regulations of the United States, Ed. of 1908, pp. 46–66. Washing

ton, 1908. United States, Senate Committee on Commerce. Report on Tonnage Bill of 1865, Congressional Globe, Pt. II, Feb.

27, 1865 (1864–65). Washington, 1865. United States Statutes at Large: Vol. I, Sept. 1, 1789, p. 55; Vol. I, Mar. 2, 1799, p. 676; Vol. XIII, May 6, 1864, p. 69;

Vol. XIII, Feb. 28, 1865, p. 444; Vol. XXII, Aug. 5, 1882, p. 300.
Voisin Bey, F. P., Le Canal de Suez, 3 vols. Paris, 1902.
Walton, Thomas. Know Your Own Ship, 12th Ed. London, 1909.
White, J. D. The Merchant Shipping Acts, with Notes, Appendices, and Index, 4th Ed. London, 1908.
White, Sir W. H. A Manual of Naval Architecture. 5th Ed. London, 1900.

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II. TYPES OF VESSELS AND SHIP CONSTRUCTION.

Attwood, E. L. War Ships, 4th Ed. London, New York, Bombay, and Calcutta, 1910.
Biles, J. H. The Design and Construction of Ships, 2 vols. London, 1908.
Great Britain. Report of Royal Commission on Tonnage, 1881. Reports from Commissioners, vol. 49 (C-3074).

London, 1881.
Holmes, Sir G. C. V. Ancient and Modern Ships, 2 vols. London, 1906.
Holms, A. C. Practical Shipbuilding, 2 vols. London and New York, 1904.
Johnson, E. R. Ocean and Inland Water Transportation. New York, 1906.
Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping. Rules and Regulations of 1911-12. London, 1911.
Murray, Sir D. Testimony before Select Committee on Tonnage, 1874, pp. 82–85. Reports from Committees, vol.

10. London, 1874. Narbeth, J. H. Ships and Shipbuilding. In the Britannica Yearbook, 1913, pp. 345–354. New York and London,

1913. Paasch, Capt. H. From Keel to Truck, Marine Dictionary, 4th Ed. Paris, 1908. Peabody, C. H. Naval Architecture. New York and London, 1911. Robinson, R. H. M. Naval Construction. Annapolis, 1909. Simpson, George. Naval Constructor. New York, 1904. Tompkins, A. E. Marine Engineering, 3d Ed. London, 1908. United States (Commissioner of Corporations). Transportation by Water in the United States, Vol. I, ch. 2. Wash

ington, 1909. United States (Commissioner of Navigation). Annual Report 1911, pp. 35–37. Washington, 1911. United States, House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Hearings on the Panama Canal, H. Doc.

· 680, 62d Cong., 2d sess. Washington, 1912. United States (Navy Department, Bureau of Construction and Repair). Instructions for Standard Ship Calculations,

2 vols. Washington, 1898. United States (Navy Department). Register of United States Navy and Marine Corps, Jan. 1, 1912. Washington,

1912.
United States Naval Institute. Proceedings of (Quarterly). Vols. 38 and 39, 1912 and 1913. Annapolis.
Walton, Thomas. Present-Day Shipbuilding. London, 1907.
Walton, Thomas. Know Your Own Ship, 12th Ed. London, 1909.
White, Sir W. H. A Manual of Naval Architecture, 5th Ed. London, 1900.

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III. INTERNAL COMBUSTION MARINE ENGINES AND OIL-BURNING MARINE STEAM

ENGINES.

Allen, H. Gas and Oil Engines. A treatise on the design, construction, and working of internal-combustion engines.

Manchester, 1907. American School of Correspondence. Gas and Oil Engines and Gas Producers, Chicago, 1908. Audel, T., & Co. Audel's Gas Engine Manual. New York, 1908. Armstrong, J. The Diesel Engine for Naval Use. The Engineering Review, Feb. 15, 1913, vol. 26, pp. 281-283.

London, 1913. Barraja-Frauenfelder, J. Further comment on “Possibilities of the Marine Oil Engine," International Marine Engi

neering, Apr., 1913, vol. 18, p. 173. New York, 1913. Barton, J. K. Internal-Combustion Engines. Annapolis, 1907. Bragg, E. M. Marine Engine Design. New York, 1912. Carpenter, R. C. Internal Combustion Engines, their theory, construction, and operation. New York, 1908. Chalkley, A. P. Diesel Engines for Land and Marine Work. London, 1912. Clark, C. H. Marine Gas Engines, their construction and management. New York, 1911. Cummings, W. R. Internal-Combustion Engines for Marine Use. In Proceedings of Institute of Marine Engineers,

1910–11, pp. 112-133; 223–248; 309–314. London, 1911. Cummings, W.R. Auxiliary Machinery for Internal-Combustion Engined V'essels. In Proceedings of Institute of Heavy Duty Gasoline Engines, Marine Review, Mar., 1913, vol. 43, pp. 112-113; Apr., 1913, vol. 43. pp. 145–146.

Marine Engineers, 1911-12, pp. 394–440. London, 1912. Diefendorf, H. G. The Gasoline Engine, Marine and Stationary. Detroit, 1912. Diesel Engine, The. Shipbuilding and Shipping Record, vol. I, pp. 22–23. London, 1913. Diesel, R. The Present Status of the Diesel Engine in Europe, and a few Reminiscences of the Pioneer work in

America (a lecture). St. Louis, 1912. Durand, W.F. Practical Marine Engineering, 3d ed. New York and London, 1911. Durtnall, W. P. The Internal Combustion Engine. In Proceedings of Institute of Marine Engineers, 1910–11,

pp. 363-437. London, 1911. First Long Voyage of Motor Ship Eavestone. International Marine Engineering, Feb., 1913, pp. 78–80. New York,

1913. Fuel Oils for Use in Marine Diesel Engines. International Marine Engineering, Mar., 1913, vol. 18, pp. 104-5. New

York, 1913.

Cleveland, 1913. Hiscox, G. D. Gas, Gasoline, and Oil Vapor Engines. New York, 1904. Holzapfel, A. C. •Gas Power for Ship Propulsion. In Transactions of Institution of Naval Architects, 1912,

vol. 54, pp. 88–102. London, 1912. Juno, The. The Engineer, Nov. 15 and 22, 1912. Chicago, 1912. Jutlandia, The. The Engineer, May 24, 1912. Chicago, 1912. Kermode, J. J. Oil Fuel for Steamships. Marine Review, Mar., 1913, vol. 43, pp. 109-110. Cleveland, 1913. Knudsen, I. Results of Trials of the Diesel-Engined Seagoing Vessel Selandia. In Transactions Institution of Naval

Architects, 1912, vol. 54, pp. 68–87. London, 1912. Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping. Report of the Society's Operations in 1911–12. London, 1912. Lucas, T. Possibilities of the Marine Oil Engine. International Marine Engineering, Feb., 1913, pp. 56–69. New

York, 1913. Milton, J. T. Diesel Engines for Seagoing Vessels. In Transactions of Institution of Naval Architects, 1911, vol. 53,

pp. 53–102. London, 1911. Motor Ship Rolandseck, The. The Engineer, Nov. 22, 1912. Chicago, 1912. Motor Vessel Calgary. The Marine Engineer and Naval Architect, Feb., 1913, vol. 35, pp. 262. London, 1913. Narbeth, J. H. Ships and Shipbuilding.

Ships and Shipbuilding. In The Britannica Yearbook, 1913, pp. 345–354. New York and London, 1913. Peabody, E. H. Recent Developments in Oil Fuel Burning. International Marine Engineering, Jan., 1913, pp. 14–17:

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of Marine Engineers, 1911-12, pp. 53–84; 157–215.' London, 1912. Sharp, A. Internal Combustion Engines. In the Britannica Yearbook, 1913, pp. 354–357. New York and

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