Laws of the United States Relating to Navigation and the Merchant Marine: Part II of the Report of the Commissioner of Navigation to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, 1907

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1907 - 527 страници
 

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Open vessels
25
Deductions for other purposes 22 Deductions for propelling power
27
Register tonnage
28
Appendix of measurement
29
Carpenters certificate
31
Place of registry
32
Form of register
34
Custody and surrender of register
35
Registers to corporations
36
Change of owner
37
Mortgage and bill of sale
38
Sale to alien 39 Loss of register
39
Failure to deliver former register
40
Special registry law New York and Paris act
41
Change of trade
42
Oath of master and owner
43
Form of license
44
Duration of license
45
Enrollment and license to corporations
46
Change of owner
47
Special provisions for enrollment and license
48
Inspection of enrollment and license
49
Offenses against the registry law
51
Offenses against enrollment and license laws
52
Officers of merchant vessels 61 Citizenship of officers
53
Service during war
54
Masters license
55
Pilots license
56
Removal of master
57
Merchant seamen 72 Definitions
58
Naturalization and citizenship of seamen
59
Illegal shipments
60
Owners or masters may ship seamen in certain cases
61
Agreement to ship in foreign trade
62
Period of engagement
63
Penalty for shipment without agreement
64
Crew list fi5 85 Failure to produce crew
65
Papers relating to crew
66
Shipment of seamen in the coasting or nearby foreign trade
67
Agreement in coasting trade not before commissioner
68
Agreement with fishermen
69
Discharge in foreign trade
71
Wages
73
Vessels exempt from libel for wages
77
Wages and clothing exempt from attachment
78
Desertion of seamen abroad
79
Arbitration before shipping commissioner
80
Return of seamen from foreign ports Alaska and insular ports
81
Effects of deceased seamen
82
Offenses and punishments
85
Corporal punishment prohibited
88
Form of articles of agreement 1
89
Account of apprentices
90
Scale of provisions jJ 108 Certificate of discbarge
92
Jurisdiction over American seamen in foreign ports and foreign sea men in American iwrts
93
Seamens witness fees
95
TTnseaworthy vessels
97
Inspection of seaworthiness at domestic ports
98
Inspection of seaworthiness at foreign ports
100
Provisions and water 191
101
Weights and measures
103
Warmth and clothing
104
Liability of owners masters and shippers 122 Liability of owners masters and shippers
106
Act of February 13 1893 Barter Act
108
General provisions
111
Inspection of registered foreignbuilt vessels
116
Inspection of boilers
117
Loading safety valve
120
Life boats lines and preservers
121
Stairways and deck room r
122
Wire tiller ropes J
123
Protection against fire Z 136 Inflammable or explosive cargo
125
Carriage of passengers
129
Certificate of inspection JJ 139 Exhibit of laws 140 Inspectors and officers of steam vessels
131
Liability for damage
133
Passenger act 1882
134
Privacy of passengers 149 Explosives cattle
140
Boarding vessel passenger list
141
Death of passenger
142
Penalties
143
General pilot laws 154 General pilot laws
144
Tonnage tax 155 Rates of tax
146
Discriminating tonnage taxes
147
Alien tonnage taxes 14
148
Light money
149
Consular tonnage charges
150
Discrimination against American vessels
151
Discrimination against products of the United States
153
Vessels of nations not assimilated by treaty to American vessels
154
Discriminating duties
155
Clearance 155
156
Form of outward manifest
157
Form of clearance
158
Liveoak timber
159
Oath of ownership on entry
160
DeiMsit of papers
161
War documents passports sea letters
162
Illegal boarding of vessel
163
Boarding and search of vessel
164
Seizure of vessels or merchandise
165
Exemption from forfeiture
168
Moieties informers and customs officers awards
169
Procedure
171
Oaths of masters and owners
173
Definitions
174
Ports of entry
175
Special inward manifest for Treasury Department
176
Cargo In bulk 1JJ 195 Bond of cargo for reexjwrt
177
Inspection of merchandise laden for export
178
Vessels exempt from entry
179
Vessels exempt from certain charges
180
Coal
181
Marks brands and trademarks
182
Cigars
183
Inspection of inward manifest by boarding officer
185
Entry of merchandise at special ports
187
Clearance at special ports
192
Comparison of cargo and manifest 19
193
Illegal unlading
194
Unlading by day
195
Supervision of unlading
196
Limit of time for unlading
198
Post entry
199
Vessels iu distress
200
Unlawful removal of bonded merchandise
202
Transportation to social ports
203
Immediate delivery
205
Salvage of merchandise
209
Bribery and solicitation of bribes
210
Liens for freight or general average
212
Coal
213
Materials for repairs
214
Sea stores and equipment
215
Discharging cargo and passengers
226
Foreign merchandise coastwise
227
Domestic commerce 259 Great districts
228
Coasting trade via Isthmus of Panama
230
Entry to another great district
231
Exemption on the Mississippi and tributaries
232
Registered vessels in the coasting trade
234
Foreign vessels on coasting voyages
235
Penalties for violation of coasting laws
236
Forfeiture of vessel and merchandise
237
Trade with Hawaii 275 General provisions
238
Wharves harbors pilots
239
Seamens laws
240
General provisions
241
Quarantine and public health
242
Wharves and piers
243
Trade with the Philippines 286 Treaty of peace
244
Vessels and coasting trade
245
Tariff and internal revenue
247
Aids to navigation and commerce
249
Trade with Alaska 291 Coasting laws
251
Transfer of cargo
252
Transit In bond
253
Seal hunting and Alaska fisheries 300 Act of December 29 1897
255
Act of April 6 1894
256
Provisions of Revised Statutes
259
Report to Congress
262
Alien fishermen in Alaska
266
Consular hill of health
269
Quarantine regulations
270
Quarantine inspection
272
Suspension of commerce
273
Penalties
274
Removal of cargo
275
Removal of customhouse
276
Immigration 316 Head tax
279
Insular territory
280
Contract labor
282
Illegal landing 2S 322 Diseased immigrants
283
Manifest of aliens
284
Inspection of aliens
287
Detention on hoard
288
Public charges
290
Place of deportation
291
Foreign officials 335 Miscellaneous
292
Immigration to Philippines
293
Ocean mail service 338 Ocean mail act of 1891
294
General ocean mail service
297
Wrecks 340 Report of wrecks
301
Wrecks in foreign waters
302
Wrecks in Florida waters
303
Revenue cutters 344 Revenue cutters
304
Remission of fines and penalties
306
Cattle live stock and dairy trade 346 Regulation of cattle ships
308
Diseased cattle
311
Exportation of diseased live stock
312
Care of cattle in domestic trade
314
Neat cattle
316
Inspection of butter and dairy products
317
General provisions
319
Opiuni trade
322
Rules to prevent collisions 358 Duty to stand by
324
Inland rules of 1897
338
Limits of application of international and inland or local rules
349
Rules for the Great Lakes and the St Lawrence River
353
Rules for the Red River of the North and rivers emptying Into Gulf of Mexico
359
River navigation
364
Rules for the St Marys River
365
Assistance by United States vessels
366
Lights and buoys
367
Storm and weather signals 358
368
Obstructions to navigation 375 Improvements by private or municipal corporations
369
General obstructions
373
Harbor lines
374
Dumping into navigable waters
375
Impairing public works
376
Log regulations
377
Penalties
378
Bridge spans
379
Bridge piers and abutments 80
380
Sunken wrecks
381
Speed of vesselsNavigation of canals
383
New York Harhor 391 New York Harbor
385
Anchorage grounds 392 New York Bay
390
Kennebec River
391
Neutrality Page 395 Neutrality
392
Guano islands 306
396
Miscellaneous 397 Lifesaving medals
398
Rescuing shipwrecked American seamen 1
399
Instruction at military schools
400
Instruction in shipbuilding
401
North Atlantic fisheries
402
Coal and war materials
403
Mines torpedoes and harbor defenses
404
Panama Canal
405
Great LakesAtlantic Canal
409
Great Lakes levels
410
Exemption of private property at sea
411
Seizure
412
Summary trial
414
Place of trial
416
Rape
417
Ill treatment of crew
418
Wrecking
419
Plundering vessel
420
Arson
421
Misprision of felony
422
Forgery
423
Part XLIV Piracy 435 Piracy
424
Crimes deemed piracy
425
Protection of submarine cables
427
Department of Commerce and Labor
430
Bureau of Navigation
434
Shipping commissioners
435
Customs officers
437
SteamboatInspection Service
444
Public Health and MarineHospital Service
449
Immigration and Naturalization Bureau
451
LifeSaving Service
454
ItevenueCutter Service
459
Treasury agents 401
461
Alaska seal agents 402
462
Coast and Geodetic Survey 403
463
District court commissioners 404
464
Unauthorized services 405
465
Fees payable by private persons 453 Fees on vessels payable by private persons 407
467
Customs districts ports and subports 454 Customs districts and ports and subports of entry and delivery
471
Power to designate ports and subports
479
Consulates of the United States 456 Consulates of the United States
481
Indexes
485
1 Ilevised Statutes and amendments
486
Acts subsequent to Revised Statutes
495
Alphabetical index
501

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