Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1972 - Administrative law

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Page 518 - International voyage' means a voyage from a country to which the present Convention applies to a port outside such country, or conversely; and for this purpose every territory for the international relations of which a Contracting Government is responsible or for which the United Nations are the administering authority is regarded as a separate country.
Page 422 - passenger" means every person carried on board a vessel other than: (1) The owner or his representative; (2) The master and the bona fide members of the crew engaged in the business of the vessel who have contributed no consideration for their carriage and who are paid for their services ; (3) Any employee of the owner of the vessel engaged in the business of the owner, except when the vessel is operating under a bareboat charter; (4) Any employee of the bareboat charterer of the vessel engaged in...
Page 426 - Nothing in this subpart shall prevent a vessel upon a regularly established line from a port in the United States to a port of a foreign country not contiguous to the United States whose certificate of inspection expires at sea or while said vessel is in a foreign port or a port of Hawaii from lawfully completing her voyage without the valid certificate...
Page 64 - When the vessel is in a safe harbor, no seamen shall be required to do any unnecessary work on Sundays, New Year's Day, the Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day, but this shall not prevent the dispatch of a vessel on regular schedule or when ready to proceed on her voyage.
Page 123 - No. 160.028-2 (A). 160.024-3 Materials, workmanship, construction, and performance requirements. (a) Materials. The materials used in pistol-projected parachute red flare distress signals shall conform strictly to the specifications and drawings submitted by the manufacturer and approved by the Commandant. In general, all metallic parts shall be corrosion-resistant or properly protected against corrosion. (b) Workmanship. Pistol-projected parachute red flare distress signals shall be of first...
Page 490 - USC 526Z) , reads as follows: No person shall operate any motorboat or any vessel In a reckless or negligent manner so as to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person. To "operate" means to navigate or otherwise use a motorboat or a vessel.
Page 68 - No person shall be engaged to perform, or shall perform on board any vessel to which this section applies, the duties of master, mate, chief engineer, or assistant engineer unless he holds a license to perform such duties...
Page 67 - Commandant is of the opinion that a demonstration of such understanding shall be made in the presence of the collector of customs or his authorized representative. (b) To determine the fact of understanding, the Commandant is of the opinion that the law requires that orders be given to the individual members of the crew by the officers of the ship, and in the language ordinarily and customarily used by such officers in navigating and operating the ship. The orders should be given directly by the...

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