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I. Measurement of gross tonnage under the measurement rules of Great Britain, Suez Canal Co., Germany,

and the United States....

II. Gross tonnage of steamers measured by British, Suez, and American rules..

III. Gross tonnage of two German steamers measured by Suez, German, and American rules..

IV. Deductions other than for propelling power under the measurement rules of Great Britian, Suez Canal

Co., Germany, and the United States..

V. Gross and net tonnage of eight steamers as determined by the British, American, and Suez measurement

rules...

VI. Gross and net tonnage of two German steamers as determined by the German, American, and Suez

measurement rules....

VII. Gross and net tonnages of the metal steam vessels of the world, 1890, 1900, 1910, and the percentage

deducted from the gross in ascertaining the net.......

VIII. Gross and net tonnages of vessels that passed through the Suez Canal, 1891-1893 and 1903–1912..

IX. Displacement, and gross and net tonnage, British and Suez measurements, of five British warships ...

X. Normal displacement, and gross and net tonnage, Suez measurement, of different types of American

warships...

XI. Range of block coefficients of selected representatives of different types of American naval vessels....

XII. Treatment (in 1913) of superstructures and shelter deck spaces under the measurement rules of Great

Britain, the Suez Canal Co., Germany, and the United States......

XIII. Nations that have adopted the Moorsom ton and the Moorsom measurement system

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PART I.

TONNAGE AND MEASUREMENT RULES.

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