BOARD OF WARDENS PHILADELPHIA PORT - SUPPLEMENT
                  Act of Mar. 13, 1817, P.L. 109, No. 87              Cl. 74
                               A SUPPLEMENT

     To the act, entitled "An act to establish a Board of Wardens for
        the port of Philadelphia, for the regulation of pilots and
        pilotages, and for other purposes therein mentioned."

        Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
     Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General
     Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the
     same, That it shall be the duty of the wardens for the port of
     Philadelphia, on the application of any person for a license to
     act as a pilot in the bay or river Delaware, to take to their
     assistance in the examination of such pilot, two pilots having
     licenses of the first class; and the person so applying shall
     pay to the pilots who may assist at such examination, the sum of
     one dollar each: Provided, That from and after the passing of
     this act, no license to act as a pilot, shall be granted to any
     person under the age of twenty-one years, nor unless he has
     served a regular apprenticeship for the terms and in the manner
     prescribed in the eighteenth section of the act to which this is
     a supplement: And provided also, That this act is not to be
     construed to deprive persons under the age of twenty-one years,
     who now have licenses, from enjoying the benefit of the same.
        Section 2. And be it further enacted by the authority
     aforesaid, That for and during the term of four years from and
     after the passing of this act, no vessel employed in and
     licensed for the coasting trade, of less burthen than one
     hundred tons, shall be obliged to receive a pilot, or be
     subjected to the payment of half pilotage in case of refusal to
     receive such pilots: Provided, That after the expiration of said
     four years, the exemption of coasting vessels from pilotage,
     shall be and remain as is provided by the twenty-ninth section
     of the act to which this is a supplement.
        Section 3.  And be it further enacted by the authority
     aforesaid, That the master of any ship or vessel neglecting to
     make report to the master warden, agreeably to the twenty-ninth
     section of the act to which this is a supplement, shall forfeit
     and pay the sum of ten dollars and no more.
        Section 4.  Suspension or revocation of license for
     intoxication (4 repealed June 23, 1993, P.L.114, No.27)
        Section 5.  And be it further enacted by the authority
     aforesaid, That for the during the term of four years from and
     after the passing of this act, and no more, the compensation of
     pilots for conducting ships or vessels from the city of
     Philadelphia to the capes of Delaware, or from the capes of
     Delaware to the city of Philadelphia, shall be, for every half
     foot of water which any inward bound vessel shall draw under and
     up to twelve feet, one dollar and sixty-seven cents; and for
     every half foot of water which any such vessel shall draw more
     than twelve feet, the sum of two dollars and eight cents; and
     for every half foot of water which any outward bound vessel
     shall draw under and up to twelve feet, the sum of one dollar
     twenty-five cents; and for every half foot of water which such
     vessel shall draw, more than twelve feet, the sum of one dollar
     and sixty-seven cents: Provided, That no pilot shall receive any
     pilotage for any supernumerary inches under six: And provided
     also, That after the expiration of the four years aforesaid, the
     pilotage shall be reduced to and be paid at the rate and in the
     manner provided by the twenty-seventh section of the act to
     which this is a supplement.
        Section 6.  And be it further enacted by the authority
     aforesaid, That whenever, for the reasons mentioned in the
     nineteenth section of the act to which this is a supplement, the
     wardens of the part shall grant certificates to any person to
     act as pilot for the term of six months, and at the expiration
     of that time, it shall be made appear to the satisfaction of the
     said wardens, that any of the persons to whom such certificates
     are granted, are qualified to act as pilots, it shall be lawful
     for the wardens to grant them licenses to act as pilots for the
     bay and river Delaware; and the persons to whom such licenses
     are granted, shall be entitled to all the privileges and
     benefits, and subject to the like rules, penalties and
     forfeitures as other pilots are.