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References are to sections of this volume
tank vessels, 158

intercommunication in mobile service, 782
unauthorized performance of duty, 608 jurisdiction to enforce Act and orders of
undocumented vessel in trade, 364

Commission, 804
violating Great Lakes radio apparatus re- license for radio communication or trans-
quirements, 800

mission of energy, 771
regatta rules, 1284

lifeboats, 791
shipping agreement, 635

limitation on holding & transfer of licenses,
Western River Rules, 1261
PILOTAGE

operation of transmitting apparatus, 779
discrimination in pilot rates, 1203

operators, 789
pilots on boundaries between states, 1202

auto-alarm, 789
state regulations as to licenses of pilots of watches, 789

steam vessels and pilot charges, 528 Panama Canal, 815
state regulation of pilots, 1201

penalty for violating provisions as to radio
vessels navigating coastwise and Great

apparatus — Great Lakes, 800
Lakes, 156

proceeding to enjoin, set aside, annul, or
POST ENTRY, 1524

suspend orders of Commission, 805
PREFERRED MORTGAGES

provisions relating to forfeitures, 811
see "Ship Mortgage Act"

radio-communication apparatus, Great
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

Lakes vessels, 797
inspection laws, Virgin Islands, 155

regulations - Great Lakes, 801
PUBLIC INFORMATION

rehearings before Commission, 808
see "Administrative Procedure Act"

reports of investigations, 807
PUBLIC VESSELS ACT

requirements as to efficiency of radio appa-
arbitration, compromise, or settlement by

ratus on Great Lakes vessels, 798
Attorney General, 2206

ship installations and operations, 787
cross libel, set-off, or counterclaim, 2206 substitute for second operator on cargo
exemptions and limitations of liability, 2209

steamers on Great Lakes, 799
libel in personam in admiralty against or technical requirements, 790
impleader of United States, 2201

transmission of information, 793
lien not created against public vessels, 2208 venue of offenses, 812
payment of judgment or settlement, 2209 violations of rules, regulations, etc., 810
reports by Attorney General, 2210

unauthorized publication of communica-
restrictions on subpoenas to officers or

tions, 813
crew, 2204

use of minimum power, 783
suits by nationals of foreign governments, use of naval stations for commercial mes-
2205

sages, 786
venue of action, 2202

war emergency powers of President, 814
PUERTO RICO

RADIO OFFICERS, 510, 515, 525
see "Trade with Possessions, etc."

READMEASUREMENTS, 86
QUARANTINE

RECORDING OF BILL OF SALE,
see "Sanitation and Quarantine"

MORTGAGE, CONVEYANCE, 413
RADIO

REGATTAS AND MARINE PARADES
action upon applications, 777

see "Rules to Prevent Collisions"
conditions attached to licenses, 777 REGISTERED STAFF OFFICERS
form of, 777

see "Officers of Merchant Vessels"
allocation of facilities, 775

REGULATIONS
term of licenses, 775

admeasurement, 72
applications for licenses, 776

civilian nautical schools, 159
conditions in license for foreign com- dangerous articles, 222
munications, 776

explosives and combustibles, 228
approval of installations, 792

federal ship mortgage insurance, 468
authority of master, 794

marine inspection, 19
censorship, 785

officer's competency, 545
certificates, 795

radio apparatus Great Lakes, 801
control by commission, 802

registered staff officers, 560
designation of stations liable to interfere ship mortgages, 433
with distress signals, 780

tank vessels, 158
distress signals and communications, 781 REORGANIZATION PLANS
exceptions, 788

1946 No. 3, 1
false distress signals, 784

1950 No. 21, 2281
rebroadcasting, 784

1950 No. 26, 2
studios of foreign stations, 784

REPORTS
foreign ships, 774

accident, 1911, 1915
forfeitures, 803

arrival, 1502
general penalty, 809

on navigation laws, 20
general powers of the Federal Communi- REVOCATION OF LICENSES
cations Commission, 772

master towing vessel, 170
government-owned stations, 773

see also "Marine Casualty Investigations,
inquiry by Commission on its own motion,

etc."
806

RULE MAKING
inspections, 796

see "Administrative Procedure Act"

OF

RULES TO PREVENT COLLISIONS ST. MARYS RIVER RULES
Aircraft, application to, 1293

see "Rules to Prevent Collisions"
Duty to stay by

SALVAGE
duties of masters of vessels in collision, 1296 see "Marine Casualties and Salvage"
penalty for failure to give aid, 1297

SALVAGE ACT, 1912
Great Lakes Rules

see “Marine Casualties and Salvage"
adoption of rules, 1251

SANCTIONS AND POWERS
penalty, 1251

see "Administrative Procedure Act"
special regulations, 1251

SANITATION AND QUARANTINE
text of rules

administration of oaths by quarantine
definitions, 1251, Rule 1

officer, 1748
fog signals, 1251, Rules 14, 15

bill of health, 1742
lights, 1251, Rules 2–13

certificate of compliance, 1742
steering and sailing rules, 1251, Rules regulations, 1742
16-30

deposit of goods in, 1751
Inland Rules

discharge of cargo of vessel in quarantine,
adoption, 1231

1749
application, 1231

extending time for entry of vessels subject
penalty for violations, 1231

to quarantine, 1752
special rules authorized, 1231

national vessels or hulks, 1754
text of regulations

temporary use for quarantine purposes,
definitions, 1231

1754
lights, etc., 1231, Arts. 1-14

quarantine duties of consular, Coast
sound signals in fog, etc., 1231, Arts.

Guard, and customs officers, 1747
15, 16

quarantine stations, 1741
steering and sailing rules, 1231, Arts. hours of inspection, 1741
17-32

quarantine warehouses, 1750
International Rules

erection, 1750
1890 Regulations for Preventing Collisions regulations to prevent communicable dis-
at Sea

eases, 1743
adoption and application, 1221

state health laws, 1753
text of regulations

suspension of entries and imports, 1744
definitions, 1221

violation of quarantine laws, 1746
lights, etc., 1221, Art. 1-14

wartime quarantine powers, 1745
sound signals, etc., 1221, Art. 15, 16 SCHOOL SHIPS
steering and sailing rules, 1221, Art. see "Nautical Education"
17-32

SCREENING

LONGSHOREMEN
1948 Regulations for Preventing Collisions AND SEAMEN, 562
at Sea

SEAMEN
application, effective date, 1222

see “Merchant Seamen"
Navy and Coast Guard vessels, 1222 SEIZURE OF VESSELS AND MER-
text of regulations

CHANDISE, 1571
definitions, 1222, Rule 1

SHIP MORTGAGE ACT
lights and shapes, 1222, Rules 2-16 certified copies of mortgage, 415
miscellaneous, 1222, Rules 28-32

exhibition of, 415
preliminary, 1222, Rule 1

penalty for failure, 420
steering and sailing rules, 1222, Rules Collectors of Customs
17-27

books, 432
Lines dividing high seas from inland waters, liability of, 420
1241

Commissioner of Customs, regulations, 433
Navy and Coast Guard vessels of special definitions, 412
construction, 1291, 1292

document, 412
Regattas and marine parades

documented, 412
enforcement of regulations, 1282

mortgagee, 412
issuance of regulations, 1281

port of documentation, 412
penalties, 1284

vessel of the United States, 412
transfer of authority to another depart- existing mortgages unaffected, 431
ment, 1283

foreclosure, 421
St. Marys River, Michigan, rules, 1271

jurisdiction, 421
Western River Rules

legal procedure, 421
adoption and application, 1261

possession by marshal, 422
Navy or Coast Guard vessels, 1261

receiver, 422
passing regulations, 1261

liens, 423
penalties, 1261

disclosure of, 416
regulations, 1261

persons entitled to, 426
river navigation generally, 1262

preferred maritime, 423
text of rules

preferred mortgage, 421
definitions, 1261, Rule 1

record
lights, etc., 1261, Rules 2-17

condition precedent to, 418
steering and sailing rules, 1261, Rules

discharge of, 417
18-27

fees, 419
SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA

inspection of, 419
1929 International Convention, 136

notice of, 417
1948 International Convention, 141

waiver of rights to, 429

References are to sections of this volume
preferred mortgages, 414

consular tonnage charges, 1725
interest on, 418

designation by President, 1729
priorities, 423

discriminating duty on merchandise im-
recording, 413

ported in vessels not of the United
repairs, supplies, necessaries, 427

States, 1723
notice to persons furnishing, 428

discriminating tonnage taxes, 1720
sale of vessel, 425

exemptions for frontier vessels, 855
suits in personam upon default, 424

exemptions for unregistered vessels owned
surrender of documents, 425

by citizens, 1722
termination of mortgagee's interest, 425 exemptions of vessels arriving at Virgin
unlawful acts by mortgagor, 420

Islands, 1604
SHIP MORTGAGE INSURANCE

hospital ships exempt, 1728
see "Federal Ship Mortgage Insurance" light money (in exceptional cases), 1721
SHIPPING ARTICLES

Philippine vessels, 1719
see "Merchant Seamen"

provisions of treaties terminated, 1713
SIGNAL NUMBERS, 21

provisions of treaties unaffected, 1712
SLOP CHEST, 733

refund of tonnage tax, 21
SPEED OF VESSELS

rights of Cuban vessels, 1724
ice regions, 1380

tri-weekly passenger vessels exempt, 1607
in canals, 1372

vessels entering otherwise than by sea, 1717
STAND BY

vessels navigating interior waters daily on
see "Rules to Prevent Collisions"

Canadian voyages, 1608
STATE NAUTICAL SCHOOLS

TRADE WITH POSSESSIONS, TERRI-
see "Nautical Education"

TORIES, AND COMMONWEALTH
STATE PILOTS

OF PUERTO RICO
see "Officers of Merchant Vessels"

Alaska
STEERAGE PASSENGERS

coasting laws, 972
see "Passenger Act of 1882"

importing salmon during closed season, 975
SUITS IN ADMIRALTY ACT

laws applicable, 971
arbitration, compromise, or settlement of mail boats, 973
claims, 2189

Pribilof Islands, 974
causes of action on which suits may be Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
brought, 2185

area included, 991
interest, 2185

coasting trade, 993
limitations, 2185

harbors and navigable waters, 995
disposition of moneys recovered by United internal revenue tax on shipments to
States, 2191

United States, 996
exemptions and limitations of liability, laws of United States applicable, 992
2186

on shipments to Puerto Rico, 997
exemption of United States vessels and drawback, 997

cargoes from arrest or seizure, 2181 ports of entry, 994
libel in personam, 2182

duties and taxes for benefit of Common-
service, 2182

wealth, 994
transfer of causes, 2182

Guam
venue of action, etc., 2182

applicability of laws of the United States,
payment of judgment, award, or settle-

1013
ment, 2188

authority of President to close ports, 1016
procedure in cases of libel in personam, commercial cargoes consigned to Guam on
2183

army transports, 1017
release of privately owned vessel after customs duties, fees, and taxes to consti-
seizure, 2184

tute fund for benefit of Guam, 1015
recovery for salvage services by vessel or name retained, 1011
crew, 2190

quarantine and sanitary regulations, 1014
reports as to suits, awards, and settle- unincorporated territory, 1012
ments, 2192

Hawaii
seizures of government owned vessels in fisheries, 985
foreign jurisdictions, 2187

harbors, 986
SURGEONS

laws applicable, 981
steerage passenger vessels, 1035

laws continued in force, 982
see also "Officers of Merchant Vessels"

pilots, 986
SURVEYORS, 72

public health laws, 983
SUSPENSION OF LICENSE

quarantine, 983
master of towing vessel, 170

registry of vessels, 984
see also “Marine Casualty Investigations, coasting trade, 984
etc."

regulations for Pearl Harbor, 988
TANKERMEN, 158

seamen's laws, 987
TEA

wharves, 986
see “Importation of Drugs and Foods" Panama Canal and Canal Zone
TECHNICAL STAFF, 24

army control in time of war or when war
TONNAGE TAX AND LIGHT MONEY

imminent, 931
amount of tonnage tax, 1711

authority to prescribe measurement rules
coastwise and fishing vessels exempt, 1714

and tolls, 932

TRADE WITH POSSESSIONS - Cont. bases of tolls, 933

capital investment, 933
levy of tolls, 933
rates, etc., 933
ships, etc., 933

U. S. vessels, etc., 933 control by Governor of importation of

articles, 940 failure to have or display certificate, 954

fines, 954

receiving excess passengers, 954 fees of customs officers, 946

certify an invoice, 946
certify a landing certificate, 946
certify other similar documents, 946
register a marine note of protest, 946

perform any notarial service, 946 injuries occasioned by operation of Canal,

936 actions on claims, 936 cargo, 936 claims, 936 crew, 936 damages, 936 delays for which no responsibility as

sumed, 936 injuries in locks of Canal, 936 injuries other than in locks, 936 investigation before vessel's departure,

936 measurement of damages generally, 936 passengers, 936 settlement of claims, 936

vessels, 936 injury to or obstruction of Canal or locks,

938 inspection of foreign vessels, 950 issuance and display of certificate of in

spection, 952 jurisdiction and procedure of offenses on

high seas, 2117 laws applicable to seamen of vessels of

United States, 947 offenses in relation to entry or importation

of articles or merchandise, 941 omission of merchandise from manifest, 943 omission of sea stores from list, 944

forfeiture, 944
landing of sea stores, 944

penalty, 944 penalty, 939 powers conferred upon shipping commis

sioners and deputies, 948 powers of officers performing duties in

relation to customs, 945 radio equipment on vessels using ports and

carrying fifty or more persons, 958 refusal of certificate of inspection, 953 regulations governing inspection, 951

operation of Canal, 935
passage and control, 935
pilotage, 935
navigation, 935
right to enter or remain upon Canal

Zone, 937 reservation of right to discriminate, 934 revocation of certificate for changes in

condition of vessel, 955

seizure and confiscation of articles illegally

imported or obtained, 942
small vessels propelled by machinery, 956

certification, 956
licensing of operators, 956
fines, 956
numbering, 956

registration, 956 small vessels not propelled by machinery,

957
fines, 957
numbering, 957

registration, 957
vessels subject to inspection, 949
violations, 959

fines, 959

recovery thereof, 959 Virgin Islands application of navigation laws of the

United States, 1005 levy of tonnage duties, etc., 1005 customs duties and internal revenue taxes,

1001 internal revenue taxes, 1001 internal revenue tax on shipments to

United States, 1003 shipments from the United States, 1004 Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, applica

tion of, 1006 tax on exportation of sugar, 1002 TREATIES

assistance and salvage, U. S.-Mexico, 1918 wrecking and salvage, U. S.-Canada, 1917

see also "International Conventions" UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE

ACADEMY see "Nautical Education" UNLICENSED PERSONNEL

citizenship of, 520 VESSEL PLANS construction of vessel in accordance with,

24 defacing, 24 destruction, 24 endorsement of approval, 24 fire retardant materials, 24 passenger vessels, 24 VESSELS

detention of, 107, 127

speed of, 1372 VIRGIN ISLANDS

see “Trade with Possessions, etc." VIRUSES

see “Importation of Drugs and Foods" WAGES

see “Merchant Seamen" WAIVER OF NAVIGATION AND VESSEL

INSPECTION LAWS mandatory upon request Secretary of De

fense, 35 authority of Commandant, U. S. Coast

Guard, 35 authority of Commissioner of Customs, 35 WATCHES, 531, 532 WRECKS

marking of, 1360 removal of, 1360, 1370

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