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SEEDS:

See also stores.
For forage raising, 961.
SEIZU'RE OF PROPERTY. See Embezzle-
ment;

Larceny; Property; Search
warrants; Ships and shipping; Stolen

property.
SELECTIVE DRAFT. See Draft for mili-

tary service.
SENATE:

See also Congress.
CONSENT REQUIRED TO-

Appointment of officers, 10.

Treaties, 9.
SENTENCES. See

also Confinement;
Courts; Courts-martial; Rank; see also

specific names of offenses.
REMISSION-

Good conduct of prisoner, 534.
Pardons. See Pardons.
Respite granted by Governor of Ter-

ritory, 2537.
SENTINELS:

Drunk on post, A. W. 86.
Forcing a safeguard, A. W. 77.

Sleeping on post, A. W. 86.
SENTRIES. See Sentinels.
SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK. See Na-

tional parks.
SERGEANTS. See Enlisted men; Noncom-

missioned officers; Pay of Army.
SERUMS:

Regulation of preparation, 593.
SERVANTS:

Enlisted men not to be detailed as, 2196.

Quarters, 1760.
SERVICE OF PROCESS:

Arrest. See Arrest.
Distress warrants. See Distress 10ar-

rants.
Ilabeas corpus.

See Habeas corpus.
Restriction on use of Army, 2812.
Search warrants. See Search warrants.
SHIPS LIBELED-
Libel

in personam against United

States, 1310.
Seizure. See Ships.
SURETY COMPANIES-
Agents to accept process; procedure,

245.
SERVICE SCHOOLS:
APPROPRIATION
See also Appropriations; also specific

names of schools.
General fund, 2143.
Bakers and cooks instructed, 712.
Balloon schools. See Balloon schools.
Cavalry school. See Mounted Service

School.
Civilians employed, 2143.
Coast Artillery School. See Coast Artil-

lery School,
Detachments of enlisted men at, 2142.
Engineer School. See Engineer School,

SERVICE SCHOOLS--Continued.
Field Artillery schools. See Field Artil-

lery schools ; Mounted Service School.
Flying schools. See Flying schools.
General Staff School. See General Staf

School.
Infantry School. See Infantry School,
Instruments and material provided,

2143.
OFFICERS' SCHOOLS AT POSTS
Furniture, instruments, stationery, and

supplies for officers' schools, 943.
Post SCHOOLS---

Buildings, 1167, 2214,
Equipment and supplies for schools for

enlisted men, 945.
Prizes. See Prizes.
School of fire. See School of Fire for

Field Artillery.
School of the Line. See School of the

Line.
Signal Corps School. See Signal Corps

School.
STUDENTS-

Commissioned officers, 2337.

Enlisted men during World War, 2337.
Tank Corps schools. See Tank Corps

schools.
SET-OFF. See Claims.
SETTLEMENTS. See Accounts; Public

money.
SEWERAGE:

Aviation facilities served, 1121.
Disposal of, 1086, 1154.
Fort Sherman, 1156.
Hospitals, 1165.

Military posts and stations, 1154.
SEWING MACHINES. See Machines;

Storce
SHARPSHOOTERS. See Enlisted men;

Pay of Army.
SIEDS. See Buildings.
SHEEP. See Animals.
SHELTER. See Buildings; Horses; Quaje-

ters.
SHERIFFS. See Arrest; Service of process.
SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK:

Maintenance, 1088.
SIIIPMENTS. See Commerce; Transpor-

tation.
SHIPPING. See Commerce; Ships and

shipping; Transportation.
SHIPPING ARTICLES. See Seamen.
SHIPPING BOARD, See United States

Shipping Board.
SHIPS AND SHIPPING:
ARANDOMMENT-

By order of military commander, 340.
Sunken craft, 1557-1558, 1589.

See also. Transportation,
ACCIDENTS

Report not made, 1291.
Report to collector of customs. 1291.
Rules to prevent. See Collisions.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
AGROUND-

Light signals, 1388.

Removal from navigable waters, 1559.
AID TO INJURED VESSELS—
By Canadian vessels in United States

waters, 1292.
By Government ships, 1295.
By ships of war, 1295.
Failure to render, 1293.

In case of collision, 1293.
AMERICAN REGISTRY-

Before first foreign voyage, 1277.
Change controlled by Shipping Board,

1272, 1275, 1278.
Definition, 1267.
Foreign-built ships, 1275, 1278.
Preferred for Government contracts,

1239.
Ships acquired from Shipping Board,

1275, 1278.
ANCHORING—

Anchorage grounds, 1544.
Enforcement of regulations, 1544.
Fishing craft not to obstruct fairway,

1404, 1438.
In time of war, 2933.
Passage of otber craft obstructed,

1557, 1589.
Regulations violated, 1544.
Armed ships for foreign governments

equipped or furnished in United

States, 2917-2919.
BARGES-

Length of hawsers, 1506.
Length of tows, 1506.

Local rules for, 1443, 1486.
Bells required, 1392, 1426, 1462, 1494.
Board. See United States Shipping

Board.
BOARDING VESSEIM

Before arrival, 1373.

Without permission, 1373,
CAXAL-BOATS-

Libel for wages unlawful, 1342.
Local rules for, 1443, 1455, 1458,

1486.
CAPTURED-

By the enemy, 340.

Restoration of prize to owner, 2921.
CARGO-

See also Transportation.
Bills of lading. See Bills of lading.
Forfeiture. See Property; also specific

names of offenses.
Inflammable materials, 1316.
On transports. See Transports.
Removal during insurrection, 2828.
Seizure.

See Property; Public prop-
crty.
Unloading, 1254, 1257.
CARGO DAMAGED OR LOST

By fire, 1307.
Joint action by claimants and owner

of ship, 1309.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
CARGO DAMAGED OR LOST—Continued.
Liability not relieved by covenant in

bill of lading, 1304, 1305.
Liability of crew, 1315.
Liability of owner, 1304-1318.
Settlement with shippers by general

average, 1312.
CHARTER HIRE-

Payment to Shipping Board, 1273.
Rates during World War, 1250.

Recovery by owner, 1250.
Charterer liable in place of owner, 1314,
CHARTERING-

Foreign lessee, 1277, 1278.
River and harbor works furthered,

1530.
To private parties, 1275, 1278.
CHARTERS-

See also contracts.
Alteration, 1252, 1256.
Approval, 1252, 1256.
Definition, 1261.

Requisition followed by, 1250.
Coastwise trade, 1275.
COLLISIONS
Ascertainment of risk of, 1394, 1428,

1495.
River and harbor vessel at fault, 1294.
Rules to prevent. See Collisions.

Standing by obligatory, 1293.
Common carriers defined, 1267.
CONSTRUCTION-

For foreign parties, 1277, 1278.
United States Shipping Board as

agent, 1270.
Contracts. See Contracts,
CONTROIS

During insurrection, 2827, 2828.
In Canal Zone, 2933.
In time of war, 2933-2936.
United States Shipping Board, 1272-

1278.
CONTROL DURING WORLD WAR

Agencies, 1260.
By President, 1250–1254, 1259-1262,

1271.
Foreign registry, 1255, 1256.
Inland traffie excepted, 1259.
Validity of shipping act, 1266.

Violation of shipping act, 1264.
CORPORATIONS OWNING-

Foreign controlling interest, 1277.
United States Shipping Board Emer-

See
gency Fleet Corporation.
United States Shipping Board

Emergency Fleet Corporation.
Crew. See Seamen; also specific names

of offenses.
DAMAGED-

By river and harbor boats, 1294.
Due to military operations, 334, 340.
Joint action by claimants and owner

of ship, 1309.
Neglect of crew tending to, 1367.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
DAMAGED--Continued.

While requisitioned, 1250.
Willful acts of seamen, 1365, 1367.

Willful breach of duty by officers, 1367.
DAY SIGNALS--

Black ball, 1391, 1425.
Black balls, 1380.
Cable layers, 1350.
Distress, 1409.
Fishing, 1386.
Not under control, 1380.
Red and white shapes, 1380.
Special rules by local authorities, 1443.

Steam vessel under sail, 1391, 1425.
Death from injury received aboard. See

Deceased person8.
Definition, 1267, 2990.
Departure compelled by armed forces,

2923.
Destination changed during insurrection,

2827.
Detailed to regulate navigable waters,

1556.
DETENTION-

Aiding belligerent prevented, 2927.
Arined forces employed to enforce,

2828, 2921, 2923.
Armed vessels, 2920, 2921.
Carrying munitions of war, 2927.
Certificate of settlement of accounts

of deceased seaman lacking, 1352.
Crew not qualified, 1319.
Customs duties collected, 2827.
During insurrection, 2827, 2828.
In time of war, 2871.
Undue preference as to shippers or

shipments, penalized by, 2929.
Deviation from course to save life, 1318.
DISTRESS SIGNALS-

At sea, 1409.
On rivers, harbors, and inland waters,

1446.
Docking, 1257.
Earnings insufficient to settle lien for

wages, 1339.
Engineers. See Civilian employees; Sea-

men; also specific names of offenses.
Espionage upon

concerning, 2853,
2862.
Fog horns, 1392, 1426, 1462, 1494.
FOREIGN REGISTRY-

Coastwise trade, 1275, 1278.
Consent of United States Shipping

Board, 1275, 1277, 1278.
Control by President in time of war,

1255, 1256.
FORFEITURE-
Armed for service of foreign govern-

ment, 2917.
Conspiracy permitted aboard, 2935.
Law of nations violated, 2935.
Leaving port against orders of cus-

toms officers, 2871.
Owner in insurrection, 2832.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
FORFETURE-Continued.
Regulation disregarded in time of war,

2934.
Shipping act violated, 1277, 1278.
Sunken in navigable waters, 1558.
Trading during insurrection, 2822.
Travel in time of war unlawfully aided,

2865.
Guards placed upon, 2933.
Information advantageous to foreign na.

tions. See Information.
INJURING-

Burning, 1069.
In time of war, 2850, 2852.
Liability of crew, 2935.
Private vessel, 2935,

Willfully, 1069, 2935.
Inland and Coastwise Waterways Service,

See Inland and Coastwise Water.

ways Service,
Inspection in time of war, 2933.
International rules, 1374-1409.
Investigation of types for inland water-

ways, 1290.
Jurisdiction. See District courts.
Law of nations violated, 2935.
Laws governing merchant vessels, 1275.
Length defined, 1388, 1422,
Liability of crew. See specific names of

offenses.
LIABILITY OF OWNER-

Anchorage regulations violated, 1544.
Bill of lading not rendered, 1303.
Canal boats not to be libeled for

wages, 1342.
Charterer, 1314.
Crew not qualified, 1319.
Death resulting from injury at sea,

1837.
Due diligence exercised, 1305, 1318.
Embezzlement aboard ship, 1308,

1315.
Fire causing damage to cargo, 1307.
Injuring ship, 2935.
Law of nations violated, 2935,
Lights not carried, 1407, 1441, 1476,

1505, 1507.
Limitations, 1318.
Limitations apply to all vessels, 1317.
Limited by value of ship and freight,

1309.
Limited if not privy to offense, 1308.
Limited to value stated in bill of

lading, 1306.
Lookout not kept, 1407, 1441, 1476,

1505.
Navigation obstructed, 1559, 1589.
Negligence of crew, 1407, 1441, 1476,

1505.
Part owner, 1309.
Part ownership in crew, 1315.
Refuse towed, 1589.
Relief through wording of bill of lad-

ing precluded, 1304, 1305.

or

or

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
LIABILITY OF OWNER-Continued.

Removal of wrecks, 1558, 1589.
River and harbor works injured, 1589.
Rules for Great Lakes and tributaries

disregarded, 1476, 1477.
Rules for Red River of North disre-

garded, 1505.
Rules for rivers emptying into Gulf of

Mexico disregarded, 1505.
Rules for rivers, harbors, and inland

waters disregarded, 1441, 1444,

1445.
Rules of the road at sea disregarded,

1407.
Shipping seamen unlawfully, 1329,

1330.
Shipping stowaways, 1330.
Signals not carried, 1407, 1441, 1476,

1505.
Trustee appointed, 1313.
Wages of seamen, 1338, 1339, 1342,

1346, 1347.
LIABILITY OF UNITED STATES AS OWNER-

Action in personam, 1310.
Cross libel or set-off, 1310.
Limitations accorded to private own-

ers allowed, 1310.
Officers authorized to compromise

claims, 1311.
Settlement of claims out of court,

1311,
LIFE-SAVING APPARATUS-

Lifeboats, 1244.

Rafts, 1244.
LIGHTS
Additional flare-up light, 1389, 1423,

1459, 1492.
Aground, 1388.
At anchor, 1388, 1422, 1157 – 1459,

1489, 1491, 1492.
At sea, 1376-1390, 1409.
Barges in tow, 1443.
Barges on Red River of North and

rivers emptying into Gulf of

Mexico, 1486.
Being overtaken, 1387, 1421, 1460,

1503.
Being towed, 1381, 1416, 1454, 1487.
Cable vessels, 1380.
Canal boats in tow, 1443, 1453, 1486.
Canal boats on Great Lakes and tribu-

taries, 1458.
Canal boats on Red River of North

and rivers emptying into Gulf of

Mexico, 1486, 1491.
Canal boats on St. Lawrence River,

1455, 1458.
Compliance with rules, 1377, 1413,

1450, 1481.
Convoys, 1390, 1424.
Distress signals, 1409, 1446.
Dredges, 1443.
Exhibition between sunset and Sun-

rise, 1377, 1413, 1450, 1481.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
LIGHTS-Continued.
Exhibition in all weatbers, 1377, 1413,

1450, 1481.
Exhibition suspended by vessels of war

revenue cutters, 1442, 1461,
1493.
Ferryboats, 1443, 1455, 1486.
Fishing craft, 1386, 1420, 1458, 1491.
Flare-up for fishing craft, 1383.
Flare-up for trawlers or dredgers,

1383,
Flare-up light added, 1389, 1423, 1459,

1492.
Flare-up light for pilot boats, 1384,

1419, 1490.
Flare-up light when being overtaken,

1387, 1421, 1503.
In harbors, 1412-1424.
Moored, 1443, 1458, 1491.
Moored for submarine operations,

1443.
Negligence, 1407, 1441, 1476, 1505.
Not under control, 1380.
On Great Lakes and tributaries, 1449

1461.
On Red River of the North and rivers

emptying into Gulf of Mexico,

1481-1194.
On rivers, harbors, and inland waters,

1412-1424.
On Saint Lawrence River, 1455.
Open boats, 1386, 1418, 1549, 1492.
Owners' signals, 1390, 1424.
Pilot boats, 1384, 1385, 1419, 1430.
Portable lights for small vessels, 1382,

1383, 1417, 1456, 1488.
Revenue cutters may omit if service

requires, 1412, 1461, 1493.
Rowboats, 1383, 1418, 1458, 1459,

1491, 1492.
Sailing vessel to show torch to

overtaking steamer, 1460, 1503.
Sailing vessels navigated without re-

gard to rules for, 1507.
Sailing vessels of less than 20 tons,

1383.
Sailing vessels under way, 1381, 1383,

1416, 1454, 1487.
Small boats in bays or harbors, 1420,

1458, 1491.
Small boats on rivers, 1420, 1458,

1491.
Small boats under way in bad weather,

1382, 1383, 1417, 1456, 1488,

1491.
Special rules made by local authority,

1443, 1455, 1486.
Steam pilot vessels, 1385, 1490.
Steam vessel towing another, 1370,

1415, 1452, 1483.
Steam vessel towing raft. 1453.
Steam vessels of less than 40 tons,

1383.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING_Continued.
Lights-Continued.
Steam vessels under way, 1378, 1383,

1414, 1451, 1482, 1484–1486.
Stern light when being overtaken,

1387, 1421, 1460, 1503.
Sunken ships marked, 1557, 89.
Torch on sailing trawler or dredger,

1386.
Torch on sailing vessel, 1460, 1503.
Trawlers, 1386, 1420.
Tugs under 30 tons, 1455.
Visible defined, 1376, 1412, 1449.
War vessels, 1390, 1424,
War vessels may omit if service re-

quires, 1442, 1461, 1493.
Wreckers, 1443.
Listed in Official Register, 182,
LOCAL RULES-

Authority to establish, 1443, 1478.
Copies furnished to vessels, 1443, 1478.
Interference by international rules

precluded, 1408.
Posting conspicuously, 1443, 1478.
Supervising inspectors of steam vessels

to prescribe, 1443, 1455, 1458,

1478, 1486.
LOG BOOK-
Deductions from sea men's wages to be

entered, 1345, 1352.
Evidence, 1345, 1368.
Moneys of deceased

to be
entered, 1351.
Offenses to be entered, 1368.
LOOKOUT TO BE KEPT-

At sea, 1407.
In harbors, 1441.
On Great Lakes and tributaries, 1476.
On Red River of North, 1505.
On rivers emptying into Gulf of

Mexico, 1505.
On rivers, harbors, and inland waters,

1441.
Loss-

Requisitioned by United States, 1250.

Wage lien limited by, 1340.
MAINTENANCE

Proving ground facilities, 1114,

Transports. See Transports.
Manifest. See Bills of lading.
Masters, See Civilian employees; Sea-

men; also specific names of offenses.
Mortgaged to foreign mortgagee, 1277,

1278.
NEGLIGENCE OF CREW—
General liability, 1407, 1441, 1476,

1505.
International rules of the road at sea

disregarded, 1407.
Local rules disregarded, 1444.
Ordinary practice of seamen not ob-

served, 1407, 1441, 1476, 1505.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
NEGLIGENCE OF CREW-Continued.
Rules for Great Lakes and tribu-

taries disregarded, 1476.
Rules for Red River of North dis.

regarded, 1505.
Rules for rivers emptying into Gulf

of Mexico disregarded, 1505.
Rules for rivers, harbors and inland

waters disregarded, 1441, 1444.
Rules of the road at sea disregarded,

1407.
Neutrality violated in United States

waters, 2935.
NOT UNDER CONTROL-

Day signals, 1380.

Light signals, 1380.
OBSTRUCTING NAVIGATION

Anchored, 1544, 1557, 1589,
Grounded, 1559.

Sunken, 1557, 1558, 1589.
Open boats defined, 1386.
OPERATION AND REPAIR-
Inland, canal and coastwise systems,

1286-1288.
Quartermaster Corps chargeable, 1240.
Seized ships, 2900.

Transports, 1240, 1241.
OVERTAKING VESSEL-

Defined, 1402, 1436.

Giving way, 1402, 1436, 1470, 1501.
PART OWNERS OF

Removal of masters, 1372.

Salvage claim, 1298.
PASSENGERS-

Destitute seamen, 1357.
On transports. See Transports.

Removal in time of war, 2933.
Pilots, See Pilots; Seameny also spe-

cific names of offenses.
Prize. See Prize.
PROCUREMEXTS

Advertising for bids, 737.
Contracts, 737.
During World War, 1280, 1284.
Engineer School, 2149.
For Corps of Engineers, 826.
Quartermaster Corps, 737, 1240.
United States Shipping Board, 1270,

1274,
Protection against war perils during

World War, 1251,
Quarantine. See Quarantine.
Radio communication. See Radio com-

munication.
Rates. See Transportation.
Recognition signals of owners, 1390,

1424.
Refuse matter deposited in navigable

waters from, 1547, 1589.
REQUISITION-
Compensation of owner, 1249, 1271,

1282
During World War, 1250, 1258, 1280,

1283,

seamen

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