* Memorandum of Inspection Book
||A Memorandum of Inspection Book shall be
prepared for each boiler in Form I. In this book the Inspector
shall enter in ink all particulars and dimensions of the
boilers with the calculations for the various parts in
details, particulars of hydraulic test and steam test
and his inspection notes.
||At subsequent inspections Inspectors shall
enter the dates of the inspections hydraulic tests and
steam tests, when such are made with their notes thereon.
||Inspectors should also enter in the Memorandum
of Inspection Book the general condition of the boiler
and of repairs, to what extent boiler have been cleared
of brick work, etc., a report of all casual visits for
inspection of repairs, for inspection of main-steam-pipes,
and reports on accidents, etc., in this way the Memorandum
of Inspection Book will provide a useful record of the
boilers history for the information and guidance
of Inspectors at subsequent inspections.
||On submission of the Memorandum Book to
the Chief Inspector he will in the case of newly registered
boilers, check all particulars and calculations and approve
of the working pressure that is to be permitted. In the
case of old boilers, the Chief Inspectors will examine
the Inspectors notes of inspection and proposals
made for repairs or reduction of pressure. A pressure
once approved for the boiler should not be altered without
the written authority of the Chief Inspector.
* The Memorandum of Inspection Book should always be
kept clean and up-to date Inspection Books except when
actually required by Inspector, should be filled in the
office of the Chief Inspector.