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SIIIPS AND SHIPPING--Continued.
REQUISITION_Continued.

For military purposes, 1271.
Hamburg-American and North German

Lloyd lines, 1285.
Restoration of prize to owner, 2921.
RIGHT TO FAND--

Ferries on military reservations, 1076.

Wharves. See Wharves.
Routes controlled during World War,

1251.
RULES FOR GREAT LAKES AND TRIBUTARY

WATERS-
Construction, 1475.
Negligence, 1476.
Observance, 1447, 1475, 1510.
Provisions, 1437-1478.
Regulations for enforcement, 1478.

Repealing clause, 1447.
RULES FOR RED RIVER OF NONTH AND

RIVERS EMPTYING INTO GULF ор

MEXICO
Construction, 1504.
Negligence, 1505.
Observance, 1479, 1504.
Provisions, 1479-1505.

Special rules by local authority, 1508.
RULES FOR RIVERS, IIANBORS, AND INLAND

WATERS-
Construction, 1439.
Negligence, 1441, 1444.
Observance, 1410, 1439, 1445.
Provisions, 1410–1446, 1507.
Repealing clause, 1410.

Special rules by local authority, 1410.
RULES OF THE ROAD AT SEA

Construction, 1405.
Interference with local rules pre-

cluded, 1408.
Negligence, 1407.
Observance, 1374, 1405.
Provisions, 1374-1400.

Repealing clause, 1374.
RULES TO PREVENT COLLISIONS-

At sea, 1374-1409.
In coastal waters, 1374-1409, 1410-

1446.
International rules for seagoing ves-

sels, 1374-1409.
On Great Lakes and tributaries, 1447–

1478.
On Red River of the North and rivers
i emptying into Gulf of Mexico,

1479-1513.
On rivers, harbors, and inland waters,

1410-1446.
Sailing vessels defined, 1375, 1411, 1448,

1480.
SALE-

Foreign purchaser, 1275, 1277, 1278.
In foreign country, 1337.
Inland water craft, 1287.
Revenue cutters, 233, 254.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
SALE—Continued,

Shipping Board empowered, 1275, 1278.
Transports, 1245.

Unserviceable, 1276.
SALVAGE

By Canadians, 1292.

Stranded on foreign coasts, 1296.
SALVAGE CLAIMS-

Collection by United States, 1299.
Common ownership of ship, 1298.
Crew can not forfeit by agreement,

1338. -
Crew may present, 1299.
Deposit of public funds collected, 1299.
Savers of life to share, 1300.

Time limit for entering, 1301.
SEIZURE-

Aid not given, 1293.
Anchorage regulations disregarded,

1544.
Armed forces employed for, 2936.
Conveying insurrectionists, 436.
Entering closed port, 436.
Insurrection aided, 435, 436.
Jurisdiction, 434-436, 1544.
Lights not shown by sailing vessel,

1507.
Navigable waters obstructed, 1559.
Owned by enemy, 2900.
Owned by insurrectionists, 436.
Precluded if owned by United States,

1310.
Property of insurrectionists conveyed,

436.
Rules for Great Lakes and tributaries

disregarded, 1477.
Rules for rivers, harbors, and inland

waters disregarded, 1445.
SOUND SIGNALS-

At sea, 1389, 1392, 1406.
Being towed, 1392, 1426, 1462.
Bell rung when at anchor, 1392, 1462,

1494.
Course indicated, 1406, 1430, 1471,

1472.
Detonating signal added to light sig.

nals, 1389, 1423.
Distress signals, 1409, 1446.
During fog or bad weather, 1392, 1426,

1430, 1462, 1494.
Fishing craft during bad weather,

1386, 1462, 1494.
Fishing vessels when stationary, 1386.
Going full speed astern, 1406, 1440.
In doubtful situation, 1430, 1474.
In harbors, 1423, 1426, 1430, 1440.
Leaving berths, 1430.
Nearing bend in channel, 1430.
On Great Lakes and tributary waters,

1462, 1471.

On Red River of North and rivers

emptying into Gulf of Mexico,

1494.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
SOUND SIGNALS-Continued.
On rivers, harbors and inland waters,

1423, 1426, 1440.
l'assing vessel ahead, 1430.
Prolonged blasts, 1392, 1426.
Refusing to pass, 1474.
Sailing vessels to use fog horn, 1392,

1426, 1462, 1494.
Short blasts, 1400.
Small vessels, 1392.
Steam vessels meeting end on, 1430.
Steam vessels to whistle, 1392, 1426,

1402, 1494.
Steam vessels under way, 1406.
SPEED SLACKENED
Course of approaching steamer in

doubt, 1474.
During fog or bad weather, 1393, 1427,

1463, 1500.
In narrow channels, 1473.
Stea mship giving way, 1393, 1401,

1427, 1435, 1469, 1500.
STATISTICS COLLECTED

Classification system for, 1546.
In localities of river and harbor

works, 1545, 1546.
Statements of vessels, passengers,

freight and tonnage required, 1545.
Steam vessels defined, 1375, 1411, 1448,

1480.
STEERING RULES

At sea, 1393-1405.
Burdened vessel to avoid crossing

abead, 1400, 1434.
Caution in bad weather, 1393, 1427,

1463.
Construction, 1405, 1439, 1475, 1504.
Fairway not to be obstructed, 1404,

1438.
Fishing craft to be avoided, 1404, 1438.
In harbors, 1427–1439.
In narrow channels, 1403, 1437, 1472,

1473.
Keeping course and speed, 1399, 1433,

1468, 1502.
Local rules, 1443, 1478.
Obedience to, 1405, 1439, 1475, 1504.
On Great Lakes and tributary waters,

1463-1474.
On Red River of the North, 1495–1302.
On rivers, harbors and inland waters,

1427-1439.
On rivers emptying into Gulf of Mex-

ico, 1495-1502.
Overtaken vessel being passed, 1430.
Overtaking vessel, 1402, 1430, 1436,

1470, 1501.
Passing ahead in narrow channels,

1473.
Privileged vessel to avoid collision,

1399.

SHIPS AND SHIPPING-Continued.
STEERING RULES-Continued.
Sailing vessel approaching another,

1395, 1429, 1464, 1496.
Sailing vessel meeting steam vessel,

1398, 1432, 1467, 1499.
Steam vessels crossing, 1397, 1431,

1466, 1498.
Steam vessels meeting end on, 1396,

1430, 1465, 1497.
Steam vessels to avoid sailing vessels,

1398, 1432, 1467, 1499.
SUNKEN-

In navigable channels, 1557, 1589.
Marking, 1557, 1589.

Removal, 1557-1559, 1589.
TOWING-

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

Loaded with refuse materials, 1589.
Transfer by War Department to Ship-

ping Board, 1274.
TRANSFER TO WAR DEPARTMENT

Coast and Geodetic Survey boats, 1247.
In emergency, 1247, 1248.
Inland, canal and coastwise, 1286.

Lighthouse Service boats, 1248.
TRANSPORTATION BY

See also Transportation; Transports.
Recommendations by Council of Na.

tional Defense, 1206.
Transports. See Transports.
UNDERWAY DEFINED

At sea, 1375.
In harbors, 1411,
On Great Lakes and tributaries, 1448.
On inland navigable waters, 1411.
On Red River of the North, 1480.

On rivers, 1411, 1448.
VALUATION

Damaged or lost, 1250.

Requisitioned, 1249, 1271,
Whistles required, 1392, 1426, 1462,

1494.
WRECKS

Aid by Canadian vessels, 1292.
Navigable waters obstructed by, 1557

1559, 1589.
Salvage on foreign coasts, 1296.
SHIPYARDS:

Foreign controlling interest, 1277.
Forfeiture for violating shipping act,

1277.
Priority of deliveries, 1283.
REQUISITION-

Compensation of owner, 1282.

During World War, 1280.
Sites. See Reservations.
SHOES. See Clothing; HorsC8.
SHOOTING GALLERIES :

Maintenance, 1117, 2636.

Use. See Target practice.
SHOPS. See Buildings; Plants.

SICKNESS:

SILVER :
Care during. See Compensation; In- Exchange of public money, 275.
sane persons; Medical care.

Export, 2869, 2894.
Pay during. See Civilian employees; Shipping without giving bill of lading,
Pay of Army.

1306.

SINGULAR NUMBER:
SIDEWALKS:

Extended to several individuals, 161,
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

2990.
Establishing, 1137.

Plural to import singular, 2964, 2990.
Regulations, 1136.

SISTERS. See Deceased persons ; Family
SIGNAL CORPS:

allowance; War risk insurance.
See also Commissioned officers,

SITES. See Lamd.
Appointment of officers, 2260.

SKETCHES. See Information,
Appropriations. See appropriations. SLEEPING:
Chief Signal Oncer, See Chief Signal Sentinel on post, A. W. 86.
Oficer.

SLEIGHS. See Vehicles.
Civilian force. See Civilian employees. SLUICES. See Dams.
Composition, 646.

SMALL ARMS. See Ordnance stores ; Tar-
DETAIL OF OFFICERS TO

get practice.
Captains and lieutenants, 2260.

SMALLPOX. See Diseases.
From the line of the Army, 2336.

SMELTERS. See Plants.
DETAILS

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION:
Chief of Telegraph and Cipher Bureau,

Representation on National Advisory
648.

Committee for Aeronautics, 686.
Restriction, 653.

Temporary buildings on grounds, 1188,

1189
Disbursing Officers. See Disbursing of-
ficers.

SMOKE WEAPONS :

Chemical Warfare Service to supply, 700.
ENLISTED FORCE-

SMUGGLING :
Chauffeurs, 651.

Seamen guilty of, 1366.
Composition, 646.

SOAP:
Privates, 649.

See also Laundry materials; Stores.
FIRST LIEUTENANTS-

Procurement, 943.
Fourteen years of service basis for pro- SOCIAL EVIL. See Diseases; Interdepart-
motion, 599, 647.

mental Social Hygiene Board; Venereal
Selection from line officers, 647.

disease; Vice
Line of the Army, 2118.

SOCIAL RELATIONS. See Enlisted men,
Office space to be shared with National

SOCIETIES. See Associations.
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, SODIUM. See Land; Materials; Neces-
689.

saries.
Promotion of officers, 647.

SODIUM NITRATE. See Nitrates.
Public property. See Proceeds of sales; SODOMY:
Public property; Store8.

Military offense, A. W. 93.
Radio service, See Radio communica- SOLDIER:
tion.

Enlisted man included, A, W. 1.
Regular Army includes, 2118.

SOLDIERS. See Army; Ciril rights; Com.
Regulations by Chief Signal Officer, 654,

missioned officers ; Enlisted men; Por-
831.

eign governments; Naturalization;
Telegraph. See Telegraph.

Noncommissioned
Telepbone. See Telephone.

Army; Warrant officers.
SIGNAL CORPS SCHOOL. See Service SOLDIERS' HOME:
schools.

Annual report, 1964.
SIGNALING SYSTEMS:

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Purchase, operation, and repair, 832.

Composition, 1952.
See also Contracts; Stores.

Duties, 1953.
Radio communication. See Radio com-

Report, 1952.
munication,

FONDS-
Telegraph. See Telegraph.

Accounts. See Accounts.
Telephone. See Telephone.

Advances for outdoor relief, 1960.
SIGNALS. See Bridges; Code books;

Audit. 1953.
Ships and shipping.

Borrowing prohibited, 1961.

Charged with expenses of members in
SIGNATURES. See Oaths; also specific

titles of officers and documents,
SILK. See Materials.

Donations, 1950.

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officers; Pay of

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Saint Elizabeths Hospital, 2051.
Deposit in Treasury, 1959, 1960.

SOLDIERS' HOME-Continued.

SPECIFICATIONS. See Building &;
FUNDS—Continued.

Charges; Contracts; Stores.
Estates of deceased members, 1847, SPECIMENS. See Antiquities; Materials ;
1958, 1959, 1963.

Museums; also specific names of sub-
Expenditure of principal of perma.

stances,
nent fund, 1959.

SPIES. See Espionage.
Expenditure over $5,000 to be spe- SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS. See Intoricants,
cially approved, 1962.

SPOLIATION. See Plundering; Publio
Forfeitures of pay of soldiers, 1619, property; Robbery.
1957, 1959.

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY:
Interest on, 1959.

Employees. See Civilian employees,
Permanent annual appropriation, 1959. SQUADRON :
GOVERNOR OF THE HOME-

Battalion to import, A, W, 1.
Commissioner of Soldiers' Home, 1952. SQUATTING. See Land; Trespass.
Office established, 1954.

STABLE SERGEANTS. See Enlisted men ;
Inspection, 545, 1953, 1964.

Noncommissioned officers; Pay of
Intoxicants prohibited, 1965.

Army.
MEMBERS-

STABLES. See Buildings; Public property.
Deceased. See Deceased persone.

STAFF DEPARTMENTS. See Adjutant
Disabled in military service, 1945.

General's Department; Chemical War-
Discharge upon recovery of health,

fare Service; Finance Department;
1947.

General Staff Corps; Inspector Gen-
Drunkenness and other offenses to pre-

erals Department; Judge Advocate
vent admission, 1948.

General's Department; Medical De
Insa ne members transferred, 2051.

partment; Ordnance Department;
Invalid and disabled veterans of wars,

Quartermaster Corps.
1944, 1945.
Pensioners, 1847, 1946.

STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE.

See Judge
Twenty years in the Army, 1915.

Advocate General's Department.
OFFICERS-

STAFF OFFICERS:
Detailed from the Army, 1954.

Adjutant General's Department. See Ad-
List of offices, 1954.

jutant General's Department.
Retired officers assigned, 2429.

Bureau of Insular Affairs. See Bureau
Selection, 1954.

of Insular Affairs.
Outdoor relief, 1951, 1960.

Cavalry organizations, 2333.
PROCUREMENT OF SUPPLIES-

Chaplains. See Chaplains.
Lowest bid accepted, 1962.

Chemical Warfare Service, See Chemic
Medical and hospital supplies pur-

cal Warfare Service.
chased from War Department, 848. CHIEFS OF CORPS OR DEPARTMENTS-
PROPERTY

Officer already detailed in same branch
Donations, 1956.

eligible, 2340.
Purchase from War Department, 848.

Rank, 2342.
Regulations, 1953.

Selected from Army at large, 2341.
Rules and articles of war to govern, 1950, Demotiou of former chief or assistant
A. W. 2.

upon expiration of term of office,
TREASURER-

2339.
Bond required, 1955.

Duty with troops, 2337.
Secretary to act as, 1955.

Finance Department. See Finance De-
Uniforms issued, 1949.

partment.
SOLDIERS HOMES. See National Home General Staff Corps. See General Staff
for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers; States.

Corps.
SOLICITATION, See Political contribu- General Staff with troops. See General
tions.

Staff Corps.
SONS OF VETERANS :

Infantry organizations, 2334.
See also Associations.

Inspector General's Department. See In.
Badge worn unlawfully, 2771.

spector General's Department.
SPANISH WAR. See Associations; Badges; Judge Advocate General's Department.
Pensions.

See Judge Advocate General's De-
SPECIAL AND TECHNICAL TROOPS :

partment.
During the World War, 2163.

Medical Department. See Dental Corps;
SPECIAL COURTS-MARTIAL. See Courts-

Aledical Administrative Department;
martial.

Medical Corps ; Medical Department;
SPECIALISTS.
See Civilian employees;

Veterinary Corps.
Enlisted men; Pay of civilians; Pay of

Mlitia Bureau. See Militia Bureau,
National Guard, See National Guard.

enlisted min.

STAFF OFFICERS-Continued.
Ordnance Department. See Ordnance De-

partment.
Quartermaster Corps. See Quartermaster

Corp8.
Regimental staff selected from officers

not required for duty with troops,

2333, 2334.
Retired officers detailed as, 2431.
Retirement of line officer during detail

as, 2338.
STAMP TAX:

Claim papers exempt, 354.
STAMPS. See Postage.
STANDARDS:
Bureau of Standards. See Bureau of

Standards.

Flags. See Flags.
STARS. See Decorations of honor; Flags.
STATE DEPARTMENT:

Consular service. See Consular service,
Diplomatic service. See Diplomatio

service.
STATE, WAR, AND NAVY DEPARTMENT

BUILDING:

See also Buildings.
Apportionment of office space, 1185.
Interdepartmental commission, 498.
Museum on premises precluded, 1185.
Superintendence. See Superintendent of

state, War, and Navy Department

Building.
STATEMENTS. See Accounts; Estimate8;

Evidence; False statements; Re-

ports.
STATES:
DISEASES SUPPRESSED
Cooperation by Federal officers, 380,

382.
Laws of States to be observed, 380.
Quarantines enforced, 380.

Venereal diseases, 382.
Disrespect to governors or legislatures,

A. W. 62.
District of Columbia implied, 2062, 2503.
HOMES FOR SOLDIERS

Aided by Federal government, 2002.
Inspected, 2002.

Pensions of inmates, 1849.
Jurisdiction, 432.
MILITARY SERVICE RECORDS TURNISHED

TO
Histories of organizations, 600.
Service records of World War vet-

erans, 2257.
Office inconsistent with military commiy-

sion, 2373.
POLICE OR CONSTABULARI-,

Authorized, 2508.
Equipment issued, 2623.

Rifle ranges open to, 2571.
Property. See Property of States.
PROTECTION BY FEDERAL POWER-

Against domestic violence, 2813.
Against invasion, 2813.

STATES--Continued.

Republican government guaranteed, 2813.
Roads. See Roads.
STATUTES TO BE OBSERVED

Health laws, 380, 382.

Penal laws, 432.
Taxes. See Taxes.

Troops. See Militia; National Guard.
STATIONERY:

See also Stores,
Inventories, 795.
PROCUREMENT-

Advertising for bids, 734.
Coast Artillery School supplied, 2148.
Engineer School supplied, 2149.
Filing devices, 988.
General Stair College, 21493.
Limited to supply for one year, 727.
National Guard supplied, 983.
Ordnance funds available, 1194.
Penalty envelopes, 3008.
Postmaster General to contract for

envelopes, 3007.
Printed articles, 982.
Quartermaster funds available, 943,
Schools at posts, 943, 944.

Stamped envelopes, 982.
STATUARY. See Monumente.
STATUE OF LIBERTY, BEDLOES IS-

LAND, N. Y.:
Funds for care of, 1127.

Secretary of War responsible, 1127.
STATUTES:

Chronological table, page 1507.
CONSTRUCTION-
Decisions of Comptroller of the Treas-

ury, 317.
Definitions of certain terms, 2990.
Reference to Attorney General, 387.

Revised Statutes, 2978.
CONTINUED IN FORCE BY-

National defense act, 2995.

Revised Statutes, 2980, 2982, 2983.
ENFORCEMENT-

At expense of United States, 391.

By military force. See Military force.
Evidence. See Evidence.
IN EFFECT IN TERRITORIES-

Alaska, 2993.
Hawaii, 2991.
Philippine Islands, 2994.

Porto Rico, 2992.
MILITARY LAWS-

Codification, 2996.

Continued in force, 2995.
Preparation by War Department General

Staff, 513.
Recommendations by Secretary of War,

513.
REPEAL-

Accrued rights protected, 2981.
Emergency legislation for World War,

2835.

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