What is the allowance for down-river consumption referred to in the previous question?

When a vessel is to proceed down-river to sea she may submerge her marks (beyond the allowance for dock water) to allow for the consumption of bunker fuel, water and stores on the river passage.

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What fines may be imposed by a court where a ship is found overloaded in a UK port?

A UK ship has already completed loading an under-deck bulk cargo of cement, drill water, etc. before completing the discharge of a back-loaded deck cargo, and consequently appears to be overloaded. Is this permitted, since she is in port?