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Title 46—Shipping

(This book contains Part 500 to End)

CHAPTER IV–Federal Maritime Commission...

Part 500

CROSS REFERENCES: U.S. Customs Service, Department of the Treasury: See Cus

toms Duties, 19 CFR Chapter I. Coast Guard. Department of Transportation: See Navigation and Navigable Waters, 33 CFR Chapter 1: Shipping, 46 CFR Chapter I; Federal Aquisition

Regulations, 48 CFR Chapter 12. Foreign-Trade Zones Board: See Commerce and Foreign Trade, 15 CFR, Chap

ter IV. Interstate Commerce Commission: See Transportation, 49 CFR Chapter X. Canal Zone Regulations: See Panama Canal, 35 CFR Chapter I.

CHAPTER IV-FEDERAL MARITIME

COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A-GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

Page

5

16

Part 500 501 502 503 504 505

16

Employee responsibilities and conduct ........
Official seal of the Federal Maritime Commission.
Rules of practice and procedure ..............
Public information .........
Procedures for environmental policy analysis .........
Compromise, assessment, settlement and collec-

tion of civil penalties .......

75

.................

101

106

SUBCHAPTER B-REGULATIONS AFFECTING OCEAN FREIGHT FORWARDERS, MARINE TERMINAL OPERATIONS AND PASSENGER VESSELS

111

510 515 520

121

123

525 530

Licensing of ocean freight forwarders...
Filing of tariffs by terminal operators ..........
Filing of tariffs by terminal barge operators in Pa-

cific Slope States ...........
Free time and demurrage charges on import prop-

erty applicable to all common carriers by water ..
Truck detention at the Port of New York ................
Security for the protection of the public..................

124 125 136

540

SUBCHAPTER C-REGULATIONS AFFECTING MARITIME CARRIERS AND RELATED ACTIVITIES IN DOMESTIC OFFSHORE COMMERCE

550

155

552

553

Publishing, filing and posting of tarriffs in domes

tic offshore commerce ................. ....................... Financial reports of vessel operating common car

riers by water in the domestic offshore trades..... Financial exhibits and schedules of non-vessel-op

erating common carriers in the domestic off

shore trades..............
Audits and auditing procedures in the domestic

offshore trades ...........
Exemption of husbanding and agency agreements

under the Shipping Act, 1916 ...

188

555

558

194

Page

Part 559

196

560

561

562

564

Exemption of certain agreements from the re

quirements of section 15, Shipping Act, 1916 ...... Filing of agreements by common carriers and

other persons subject to the Shipping Act, 1916..
Time for filing certain agreements under the

Shipping Act, 1916 ............
Conference agreement provisions relating to con-

certed activities under the Shipping Act, 1916 .....
Admission, withdrawal and expulsion provisions
of steamship conference agreements under the

Shipping Act, 1916 ...
Shipper's requests and complaints under the

Shipping Act, 1916 ....
Self-policing requirements for agreements under

the Shipping Act, 1916 ...
Rules governing the right of independent action

under the Shipping Act, 1916 ..

566

568

208

569

214

SUBCHAPTER D-REGULATIONS AFFECTING MARITIME CARRIERS

AND RELATED ACTIVITIES IN FOREIGN COMMERCE

572

216

580

240

582

Agreements by ocean common carriers and other

persons subject to the Shipping Act of 1984......... Publishing and filing of tariffs by common carri

ers in the foreign commerce of the United

States........
Certification of company policies and efforts to

combat rebating in the foreign commerce of the
United States ......................

.................
Regulations to adjust or meet conditions unfavor-

able to shipping in the foreign trade of the

United States .........
Actions to address conditions unduly impairing

access of U.S.-flag vessels to ocean trade be-
tween foreign ports .....

.......

268

585

269

.........

587

272

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