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Certificates Continued

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Qualified members of engine department.

129
Records kept regarding-

9, 122
Registry, for staff officers.

115
Service-

127, 129
Suspension or revocation.

130, 151
Tankerman.

29
Unlawful possession or use

105, 128, 131
Change of address of owner of numbered vessel

44
Charges for inspection, payment of

128
Chest, slop --

141
Chief engineer, license as-

89, 107, 112
Children, minimum age for employment-

148
Citizenship, officers and crew members -

90, 134
Civilian Nautical Schools.-

33
Classed vessels, acceptance by U.S. Coast Guard.

5, 28
Classification of explosives by ICC..

71
Classification societies, assigning load lines to vessels.

77, 81
Clearance may be refused a vessel.

53, 54, 79, 83
Clothing for seamen..

142
Coast Guard:
Assistance in examinations given by officers

11, 101
Boarding by -

45
Commandant, general duties and responsibilities. 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 87, 121
District Commanders, addresses of -

155
Great Lakes pilotage act, enforcement-

100
Punishment for certifying falsely -

10, 101
Records.
Stamps for marking boiler plates.-

51
Unauthorized fees for inspecting vessels.

10
Vessels used by civilian nautical schools -

34
Coasting trade, vessels in..

90
Coastwise Load Line Act, 1935-

81
Coastwise:
Trade by vessels of the United States..

90
Trade by vessels under emergency acquisition.

55
Vessel crew requirements -

147
Vessel inspection required.

23
Vessel to have load lines..

81
Vessel to have pilots..

23
Voyage by sea-

81
Coercion of witnesses.

153
Collision bulkheads --

48
Combination lantern for motorboats.

36
Combustible liquids or gases:
As dangerous cargoes ..

69
Bulk shipment by vessels, inspection

27
Discharge at terminal ports--

75
Fuel for lifesaving equipment-

75
Commandant, United States Coast Guard:
Administration of inspection laws by ---

4
Assignment to, by Reorganization Plan No. 3, 1946_

1
Functions transferred to Secretary of Treasury by Reorganization
Plan No. 26, 1950..

3
Required to superintend the commercial marine and merchant seamen- 4
Technical staff to assist -

5
To secure proper execution of inspection laws.

9
Committee, advisory, re Great Lakes pilots and pilotage

101
Complaint as to provisions or water---

139
Complaint that vessel is unseaworthy-

136
Complement of officers and crew on vessels

95, 102, 107, 112, 126
Completion of voyage after expiration of certificate of inspection..

52
Congressional policy on recreational boating -

45
Consul inspections --

137
Continuous discharge books..

121
Corporal punishment of seamen prohibited.

146

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Corrosive liquids, transportation of

70
Counsel, right to...

151
Counterfeit stamps, boiler plate.

51
Count of passengers--

58
Crew:
Accommodations for.

25, 26, 47, 52, 134, 135, 142
Citizenship requirements

90, 91, 92, 133, 134
Complement required..

90, 95, 134
Discharging of..

123, 138
Hospital spaces for-

135
Inspection of quarters for

135
Investigation of conduct.

151
Lists.

124
Member visiting parts of vessel assigned to passengers prohibited 65, 105
Mustering of, on motion or information.

128
Muster lists in event of emergency -

8
Nationality of.--

90, 133, 134
Quarters for..

134, 135
Requirements qualifications, and regulations for.

121,

124, 125, 127, 128, 129, 131, 132
Signing on and discharge of..

123
Tank vessels.

29
Watches on board vessels.

102, 132
Criminal liability:
Acceptance of unauthorized fees.

10
Carrying sheath knives unlawfully -

145
Counterfeiting stamps used in marking boiler plate.

51
Defective materials for boilers, etc.---

50
Drunkenness or neglect of duty by seamen.

145
False certification by inspector..

10
For being a stowaway.

76
For carriage of combustible or inflammable cargoes unlawfully-

29
For carriage of dangerous cargoes unlawfully --

70
For carriage of explosives or dangerous weapons aboard vessels.
Influencing or injuring witnesses--

153
Lifesaving, firefighting or other equipment or safety measure defective
in manufacture...

8
Misuse of Federal certificate, license or document.

105, 131
Obliterating or defacing load line marks

80, 85
Obstructing safety valves.-

49
Officers or seamen unlawfully visiting parts of vessel occupied by
passengers.

65, 105
Plans and specifications of passenger vessels.

6
Reckless or negligent operating of vessels.

40
Tank vessel violation --

29
Transporting animals when carrying steerage passengers

75
Violations by civilian nautical schools

33
Violations concerning seaman's records.

123
Crude petroleum carried as fuel

75
Cruelty to seamen prohibited..

146
Customs Bureau:
Detention of vessels...

67, 79, 83, 113
Functions transferred to.--.

2
Inspection of vessels admitted to registry

22
Numbering of commercial vessels-

30
Overtime services by employees of_

9
Vessels documented by--
Customs officers:
Boarding officers -

64
Certificates of eligibility of Indians.-

92
Documentation of Maritime Administration vessels--
Furnished count or list of passengers..

58
Muster of crew by--

128
Officers' Competency Certificates Convention, 1936, enforcement by - 113
Omission of duty, penalty -

54
Steerage passenger vessels inspected and examined by -

66

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Damage sustained by passengers, liability for...
Damage to vessel in marine casualties.
Damage to vessel or property, report required.
Dangerous cargo act--
Dangerous cargo act not applicable to petroleum carried as fuel.
Dangerous weapons carried aboard vessels prohibited.
Death of passengers.
Death of persons in marine casualties.
Deck officers, watch duty of -
Deck passengers, accommodation for..
Definitions:

Able seamen.
Adjudication -
Administrative Procedure Act_
Agency--
Agency proceeding and action.
Aircraft
Canadian registered pilot.
Chief engineer.
Coastwise voyage by sea.
Documented vessels.
Engineer officer in charge of a watch.
Foreign vessels--
Great Lakes.
High seas.
International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea-
License and licensing-
Maritime navigation.
Master---
Narcotic drug-
Navigating officer in charge of a watch..
Officers of merchant vessels.
Operate
Order.
Owner.
Party and person.
Passenger -
Passenger-carrying vessels.
Passenger vessels..
Person and party-
Port..
Relief and sanction.
Rule and rule making-
Sanction and relief.
Seagoing barge-
Seagoing vessels.
Seamen.
Seaman's document.
Secretary
State.
Steam vessels.--.
Undocumented vessel.
United States registered pilot.
Unrigged vessel
Vessel
Vessel carrying passengers.

Vessel of the United States..
Delegation of authority by Secretary of the Treasury-
Department of Commerce, vessels subject to inspection.
Deserted seamen, replacement -
Destruction of numbered vessels..
Detention of vessels..
Determination of load water lines.
Discharge book, continuous.
Discharge of seaman.-

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107
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Divulging information, penalty for ---

11, 101
Documentation of vessels:
Annual list.

4
By Customs Bureau, conditioned upon inspection-

4, 54
Foreign vessels acquired by Maritime Administration.

5, 55, 93
Documents:
Certificate of identification.

121, 124
Certificate of service.--

127, 129
Continuous discharge book.

121
Denial based on narcotics violations.

104, 146
Misuse of, penalty -

105
Records kept by Coast Guard.

9, 122, 128
Seaman's defined.

104, 146
Draft convention No. 53, ILO

107
Draft convention No. 58, ILO.

148
Drafts of vessels..

30, 78, 83
Drills and musters..

7, 128
Drug, narcotic, defined

104
Drunkenness of seaman

145
Duplicate continuous discharge book or certificate

123
Electrical equipment, inspection.

48
Emigrants carried on vessels.

66
Enforcement, numbering of vessels -

45
Engine department, qualified members of..

129
Engines ivenship requirements.

90
Definitions..

107
Exhibition of license required..

88
Indians licensed as.

91
Licenses are certificates of competency

112
Licensing of.---

87
Misuse of license as.

105, 131
Motor-propelled vessels in Hawaii.

46
Naval Reserve membership..

95
Oath required before issuing license as.

92
Refusal to serve--

88
Seagoing motor vessels.

46
Wartime services...

94
Engineering requirements-

48
Enrollment of vessels.

54
Equipment:
Approval required.

52
Firefighting--

7, 38
Inspected vessels.

7, 26, 28, 47
Lifesaving-

7, 37
Motorboats.

36, 37, 38
Small passenger vessels.

25
Evidence, production of

16, 152
Examiners

20, 105, 147
Excursions, special permit for..

59
Exemption of vessels from numbering-

42, 45
Exhibit of certificate of inspection.-

53, 69
Exhibit of laws governing marine inspection.

69
Exhibit of license-

88, 119
Expenses of witnesses, payment of.

152
Explosives, carriage on vessel.

71
Explosives, unauthorized possession.-

74
Extinguishers, fire.-

7, 38
False certification..

10
Federal Boating Act of 1958-

42
Federal Communications Commission; licenses of radiotelegraph oper-
ators...

118
Federal Numbering System.-
Federal Register, publication of material in.

13

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Fees and charges:

Page
Duplicate seaman's records.

123
Inspection of foreign vessels.

22
Numbering of vessels.
Pilotage of vessels.

96
Small passenger-carrying vessels.

25
State pilotage-

96
Witnesses.

152
Ferryboats:
Inspection of .--

26, 31
Passengers allowed to be carried.

57
Small passenger vessels---

24
Fines and penalties; assessment, collection, mitigation or remission.-- 11, 41, 45,

79, 84
Fire extinguishers--

7, 38
Firefighting equipment and precautions.

7, 25, 28, 34, 38, 39, 52
Fishing vessels:
Carrying persons not passengers--

59
Manning requirements not applicable to.

133
Motor-propelled exempt from inspection.

46
Officers to be licensed

112
Flame arrestors for motorboats..

38
Flammable liquid cargo in bulk, carriage by vessels.

27
Food for crew.

139
Food for steerage passengers-

63
Food handlers, certificates for.

129
Foreign vessels:
Admitted to registry

22
Carrying dangerous cargoes..
Carrying passengers from U.S. ports-

8
Definition.

97
Emergency acquisition of_

55
Laws applicable to.--

21
Load lines applicable to..

78, 82
Officers' Competency Certificates Convention, 1936, application to.-- 113
Passengers allowed to be carried.--

57
Foreign voyage, replacement of licensed officer on.

91
Formulas for boilers, etc.-
Freight boats subject to inspection...

27, 32
Freight stowed on deck of vessels..

68
Fruit juices (antiscorbics) -

141
Fuel, use of.----

75
Gangways on steamers.

67
General supervision of merchant marine and seamen.

4
Gifts, acceptance by inspectors prohibited..

10
Great Lakes:
Definition..

97
Hours of labor on tugs.

102
Load lines for vessels.

81
Manning of vessels...

102
Merchant seamen.-

121
Officers of merchant vessels.

87
Pilotage advisory committee to Secretary of Commerce-

101
Pilots for vessels and pilotage--

97
Radio operators on vessels -

119
Rates, charges, etc. for pilotage.

99
Registration of pilots---

98
Staff officers on passenger vessels.

116
Validity period of pilot's registration.

98
Vessels carrying persons not passengers.

59
Vessel inspection required..

23
Handling of liquid cargoes in bulk.

27
Hawaiian Islands:
Officers on vessels operating in.

46
Vessels on voyages from ports in Hawaii, with expired inspection
certificates---

53

52

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