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Documented vessels, American mails
to be carried on..

(M) 475 (24)
American, exempt from war and

excess-profits tax when engaged

in foreign commerce---- () 475 (23)
cargo vessels may carry 16 pas-
sengers

(M) 476 (26)
can not be transferred to aliens

without consent of board. (S) 454 (9)
coastwise trade via foreign ports
limited to--

(M) 477 (27)
common carriers not to give

through reduced rates unless
property or passengers are car-
ried in.

(M)477 (28)
means registered, enrolled, or
licensed

(S) 451, (M) 478 (B)
vessels to be, until approval of

board to cancellation of docu-

ments--- (S) 466 (42) (M) 478 (B)
Domestic commerce,

markets and
prices---

(M) 469 (7)
Domestic trade. See Coasting trade.
Domestic vessels, furnishing of sup-

plies, necessaries, etc., to, to con-

stitute maritime lien--- (M)484 (P)
Dominion of Canada. See Canada.
Double bottom, measurement of

13
Draft in time of war, licensed offi-

cers exempt from
Draft of registered vessel to
marked

8
Drawback, benefit of, in certain
cases

172, 201
Drawbridges, regulations as to-- 309, 320
Dredge, foreign-built, dredging in
United States

186
Dredging of harbors.

314
Drills of crew with life-saving ap-
pliances

119
Drugs, importation of adulterated,
prohibited (see also Opium).

251
Drunkenness, penalty for seaman's 67
Dry docks, etc., Panama Canal.

365
insurance of ---

(M)471 (10)
lien for use of.

(M) 484 (Q)
sale of, authorized --- (M)472 (13)
use of, to constitute maritime lien.

(M)484 (P)
See also Docks.
Dry Tortugas, quarantine grounds
at

215
Duces tecum, summons.

162
Dumping into navigable waters (see
also New York Harbor).

303, 315
Duration of license, officer.

37
vessel_

30
Duties, customs, on Philippine im-
ports.

199, 201
discriminating

152
favoring United States vessels. 152
disposition of Philippine---- 199, 201
foreign-built yacht exempt--

2
repairs and equipment, where pay-
able_

(T)490 (442)
See also Fees; Tonnage tax.
Dye woods, cargo destined “for or-

(T)487 (431)
time limit for unlading-

(T)493

(456, 457, 458)
Dynamite. See Explosives.
Effects of deceased seamen, care and
disposition---

62, 65
sale to be entered in log book. 62, 86
Embezzlement, liability of vessel
owner.

89
Embezzling stores or cargo, penalty- 66
Emergency :
beginning and end proclaimed by
President-

(S) 464 (37)
transfer of vessels during--(S) 464 (37)
vessels in distress-

(T) 492 (449)
war.

(T)505 (622)
Emergency expenditures.

438
Emergency Fleet Corporation :
creation of

(S)455 (11)
arbitrate, compromise, settle
claims

378 (9)

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Emergency Fleet Corporation-Con.
authority under merchant marine

act may be delegated--- (M)485 (35)
continued in existence until ves-
sels are sold..

(M) 472 (12)
private vessels immune from ar-

rest or seizure for acts com-
mitted in service of.--

377 (4)
public vessels and cargo owned

or possessed by, immune from
arrest or seizure -

376 (1)
suits in personam in admiralty
authorized

376 (2)
Emergency shipping act, board to

settle élaiins, carry out con-
tracts, etc..

(M)467 (2)
ships and shipping property ac-
quired under

(M) 468 (4)
Emigrant passengers (see also Im-
migrants)

135-142
Enemy, trading with

383
Enemy vessels.

8(M) 468 (4)
Enforcement of navigation laws. 374
Enforcement of subpæna, orders of
board, etc.-

(S) 462 (27)
Engagement of seamen

(see also
Shipping articles)

44-46
Engine room, deducted from gross
tonnage

15
Engineer, must admit apprentices
to engine room.

132
not to be impeded by freight..

121
term, “ officer includes

37
See also Licensed officers.
Engineer Corps. See Army.
Engines. See Steamboat Inspection

Service.
Enrolled vessel, “ documented” in-
cludes

(S)451 ; (M)478 (B)
documented until enrollment is
canceled by board.

(S) 466 (42)
See also Vessel.
Enrollment and license, change to
register

27
conditions precedent to

28, 94
consolidation into one document.. 29
corporations

31
document” includes. (M)478 (B)
duration of license

30
expiration while at sea.

30, 188
form of enrollment-

28
form of license.

29
Great Lakes vessels.

4
inspection by revenue officers.

33
loss of license.

31
numbering of licenses_

30
offenses and penalties relating to. 36
outside of district.

32
possession of forged-

36, 188
special provisions

32
surrender of license for renewal.. 30
vessels entitled to.-.
vessels not requiring-
vessels under 20 tons.
yachts

See also Procedure.
Entry of merchandise, immediate
transportation

(T)496 (552)
post

(T) 489 (440)
preliminary.

(T) 491 (448)
time for.

(T) 491 (448)
vessel in distress.

(T) 492 (449)
Entry of vessel before unlad ng--- (T)491

(447, 448)
coasting trade.

181-186
deposit of papers on. (T)488 (435-437)
entrance only at ports of--(T) 491 (447)
ferryboats exempt from.- (T) 489 (441)
formalities concerning

158-160

(T)488 (435-437)
from another great district-

184
Great Lakes vessels..

178
mail to be delivered previous to- 229
post

(T) 489 (440)
preliminary, of vessel. 167(T)491 (448)
under quarantine laws--

214
vessels exempt from

6, 165
vessels exempt from certain fees. 165

ders”

94

74

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Entry of vessel before unlading, ves-
sels in Philippine trade..

200
within a great district.

182
yacht returning from foreign port-
See also Health; Merchandise;

Ports of entry.
Epidemic may suspend commerce_- 212
Equal privileges for American ves-
sels

(S) 462 (26)
Equipment of vessels, destruction of
defective

80
duty on-

173
exempt from duty-

166
inspection of

79
motor boats

261, 263
must be approved

97
Error, in manifest..

(T) 497 (584)
Errors in documents, effect-

165
Established lines, preference to, on
new routes

(M)469 (7)
Evidence, burden of proof (T) 504 (615)

findings of board as.. ($) 463 (30)
in defense of revenue officer for
seizure of goods_

161
requirements for paying judg-

ments under suits in admiralty
act.

377 (7)
Excess-profits tax, vessels engaged in
foreign commerce exempt from. (M)475

(23)
Excursions, additional passengers---

129
Executive. See President.
Executive departments, limitations
upon expenditures of

438
Executive departments. See Depart-

ments; Government departments.
Executive officers.--.

407
Executive orders, extending period

when coastwise laws shall extend

over insular possessions--- (M)474 (21)
Exemption of vessel from seizure
and forfeiture_

(T)499 (594)
Exemptions from certain charges,
vessels

2, 4, 5, 165
Exemptions from duty (sea stores,
coal, baggage, and tools of trade) - 165,

166
Exemptions from entry, vessels.- 5, 165;

(T)489 (441)
Exemptions from tonnage tax --- 145, 146
Exhibit of laws on steam vessel 132
muster roll

118
Expenditures, board to report to :
Congress

(S)456 (12)
limitations upon Government-

438
Explosions, liability for..

127, 132
Explosives, express packages of_ 168

gasoline, use on passenger vessels. 124
packing and marking-

125
petroleum, unlading-

125
record of permits to carry ---

422
transportation of.---. 90, 123–128, 140

See also Arms and ammunition.
Export rates, not to be given by com-

mon carriers unless property or
passengers are carried on Ameri-
can vessels----

(M)477 (28)
Exports, bullion and coin.

157
discrimination against American

150, 151
inspection of.----

- (T) 492 (452)
unlawful in time of war-

380
Expositions, admission of boats, etc.,
for

173
Express packages of merchandise 168
Extension of time for performance of
acts..

(T)505 (622)
Extra wages of seamen (see ilxo
Wages)

82

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Falsifying records and documents.- 35, 36
Fares, reduced, not to be given by

common carriers unless property
or passengers are carried on Ameri-
can vessels.

(M)477 (28)
Fares must be just and reasonable
(see also Rates).

(S)459 (18)
Fees, acts abolishing-

441
certificate setting forth names of
owners, etc.

(M)481 (I)
certified copy of record at former
home port

(M)481 (I)
certified copy of mortgage-- (M)481 (I)
consular.

175
copy of rates of consular, to be
annexed to clearance..

160
copies of records.

26
enrollment or license.

28
exacting extortionate or illegal

35, 36, 43
hospital ships, exemptions_-

372
indorsing preferred mortgages-

(M)481 (I)
inspection of foreign steamers--
marine hospital relief..

71, 72
medical officers_-

209
payment before clearance_

157
posting in customs offices.

416
readmeasurement.

16
recording bills of sale, mortgages,
etc.

(M) 481 (I)
recording certified copy of record

at former home port-- (M)481 (I)
recording discharge of mortgage.

(M)481 (1)
recording lien and its discharge

on vessel of 200 gross_--- (M)481 (1)
seaman's witness
shipping seamen in coastwise or
near-by foreign trade_

48
surveyors of customs.

34
transporting destitute seaman--- 62
vessels exempt from certain.

4,5, 165, 306, 372
wharfage, in Porto Rico

197
witnesses before board. (S) 462 (27)
Fellow servant, plea not applica-
ble in suit for damages--

76
Felony. See Crimes ; Penalty.
Ferryboat, change of master.

32
exempt from entry, clearance, and
manifests.

165
inspection of

94
lights on

280
Ferryboats, not subject to shipping
act

(S) 451
Fighting ship defined... (S) 457 (14)
Filibustering

347
Findings of board to be prima facie
evidence_-

(S)463 (30)
Fines, procedure for collecting (see

also Forfeiture; Remission; Pen-
alty).

(T)501 (603, 613)
Fire, drill of crew--

119
liability in case of_

89
protection against.

79, 121, 263
See also Equipment.
Firearms. See Arms and ammuni-

tion.
Fire insurance on vessels purchased
from board.

(M)471 (9)
Fisheries, engagement of seamen in. 45, 50
form of license for.

29
Hawaiian.

192
North Atlantic, treaty with Great
Britain concerning-

359
sponge, of Gulf of Mexico and
Florida Straits---

372
Fishing vessels, discrimination
against American

149
engaging in foreign trade..

158
exceptions in favor of.. 45, 50, 55, 59
exemptions of---- 79, 81, 86, 145, 146
license to carry extra crew

128
lights, etc., on---

270, 281
may be documented by surveyor.. 33

Failure to join, seaman's.

65
False billing, classification, weighing,
etc.-

(S) 459 (16)
False labeling or branding of food
products-

251
False swearing. See Perjury.

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Foreign rules and regulations, rules

and regulations to meet unfavor-
able conditions created by --- (M) 473

(19–1)
Foreign seamen, desertion in United
States_

59
Jurisdiction over, in American
ports

72
marine-hospital relief for.

71, 72
Foreign suits, payment of judg-
ments and awards.

378 (8)
procedure

377 (7)
Foreign trade, board to establish
new routes for development of

(M)469 (7)
classifications, charges, fares, and
rates must be reasonable in.--

(S)459 (18)
common carriers by water in. (S) 451
controlling corporate interest own-

ing vessels in, must be owned
by citizens.-

(S) 452 (2)
discharge of seamen in.

52
discriminatory rates, not to be

charged by common carrier by
water in

(S)459 (17)
enrolled and licensed vessels în.-- 158
foreign cargo vessels engaged in,
authorized to carry 16 passengers

(M) 476 (26)
information about shipments in,

must not be disclosed (S) 460 (20)
investigation of ports, rivers, and
terminal facilities in respect to-

(M)470 (8)
livestock and food products in. 241
net earnings of vessels engaged in,

exempt from income tax. (M)475 (23)
proceeds sale of old vessel exempt

from income tax if invested in
new ships.

(M)475 (23)
rules and regulations to govern
shipping in

(M)473 (19–1)
on Great Lakes.

4
size of vessels in... -(T)494 (459)
Foreign vessels, admission to Ameri-
can registry-

(S)454 (9)
award for rescue of American
seamen by-

356
barred from coasting trade.

186
built in United States, record of. 33
cargo vessels authorized to carry

16 passengers if same privilege
is extended to American ves-
sels_-

(M)476 (26)
coasting voyages by--

187
coastwise trade, repeal of act au-

thorizing, to engage in -- (M)475 (22)
foreign-built vessels, repeal of

act authorizing, to engage in
coastwise trade_-

(M)475 (22)
foreign-built domestic-owned ves-

sels may continue to engage in

coastwise trade---- (M)475 (22)
furnishing of supplies, necessaries,

etc., to constitute maritime lien
on

(M)484 (P)
Inspection of..

93
measurement of

17
not assimilated by treaty to Amer-
ican vessel_

152
persons authorized to create mari.
time lien on-

(M)484 (P)
purchased from American during
rebellion

can

not be redocu-
mented

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Fishing vessels, medical aid from
Coast Guard cutters_-

237
not subject to tonnage tax.

145
not to obstruct New York Harbor. 325
permit to touch and trade at for-
eign port-

158
qualifications of_

3, 4, 188
right of way of

276, 287
See also Cables.
Five tons, licensed vessel over--
Flags, registration of house_

305
Flatboat not to be documented.

5
Floats and life preservers.

103
Flogging of seaman prohibited.

67
Flood signals, display of...

305
Florida, wrecks in waters of_

235
Florida Straits, sponge fishing in. 372
Fog, speed of vessel in

274, 283
Fog signals, Great Lakes and tribu-
taries_

293
inland rules

282
international rules_

273
western rivers..

299
See also Bureau of Lighthouses.
Fo or seaman.

70
for steerage passengers-

138
Food products, adulterated-

251
interstate and foreign trade regu-
lations

241
See also Livestock.
Foot-and-mouth disease. See Live-

stock.
Forecastle regulations.--

13, 14, 79
Foreign account, contracts to build

vessels must be approved -. (8)464 (37)
Foreign-built vessels, authorizing to
engage in coastwise trade.

(M)475 (22)
documented under the laws of

United States may engage in
coastwise trade via foreign
port-

(M)477 (27)
domestic-owned foreign-built ves-

sels authorized to engage in
coastwise trade_

(M)475 (22)
inspection of registered..

98
registry of

1
Foreign commerce. See Foreign

trade.
Foreign countries, public vessels im-

mune from arrest or seizure in-- 377 (7)
Foreign flag. See Foreign registry.
Foreign governments, discrimina-
tions by-

(S) 462 (26)
Foreign interest. See Foreign reg.

istry.
Foreign laws, rules, and regulations

to meet unfavorable conditions
created by

(M) 473 (19–1)
Foreign mail in transit through
United States--

232
Foreign market prices to be taken

into consideration in sale of ves-
sels.

(M)468 (5)
Foreign measurement laws, appendix
in compliance with.

16
Foreign officials exempt from pro-
visions of immigration law-

222
Foreign ports, desertions of seamen
in.

59
coastwise trade via, limited to
American vessels.

(M)477 (27)
destitute seamen in.

61
discharge of seamen in.

52
discrimination against American

vessels and products in. 149, 150
immediate exportation to

187
inspections in.--

82
jurisdiction over seamen in.

72
merchandise transported from con-

tinental United States on

through routes excepted. (M)477 (27)
touching at.

179
Foreign registry, board may ap-

prove transfer to, absolutely or
conditionally

(8)465 (41)
vessel transferred to, only upon

approval of board.(S)464 (9), 464 (37)

3
unlade only at port of entry

(T)491 (447)
See also Tug; Vessel.
Foreign yacht, privileges.

6
Foreigners, admiralty courts not to

sell vessels of United States to,

without approval of board. (M)483(0)
rules and regulations to meet un-

unfavorable shipping conditions
created by ---

(M) 473 (1941)
sale of vessels to, authorized. (M) 469 (6)
vessels sold or mortgaged to, must

be approved. (S)464 (37) (M)483(Ode)

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Forfelted property, limitation of ac-
tions in cases of

(T) 505 (621
remanufacture of

(T)502 (611)
sale of

(T) 502 (609, 611, 612)
dispositions of proceeds of_ (T) 503 (613)

See also Penalties.
Forfeited vessel may be registered--

1
Forfeiture, agent's false oath-

21
coasting laws, violating--

188
conviction in criminal court, prima

facie evidence in.- (S) 465 (39)
enrolled or licensed vessel engag-
ing in foreign trade-

158
exemption of vessel from seizure
and..

(T) 499 (594)
exemptions, and procedure for vio-
lating coasting laws_

188
failure to report sale to alien.

26
false swearing, by owner.-

20
fishery vessel illegally engaging in
foreign trade

158
foreign vessel illegally bringing
imports

152
fraudulent use of documents_

35, 396
illegal change of name.

7
importation of diseased livestock_ 242
liquors not properly entered

(T)487 (431)
moieties prohibited.

162
mortgage maritime lien given pri-
ority over-

(M) 483(0)
nondelivery of manifest on Great
Lakes

(T)494 (460)
not incurred for substantial com-
pliance with form_.

165
notice to owner-

189
prosecuted in same court as cus-
toms forfeitures.-

(S) 465 (38)
seizures for smuggling- (T)502 (612)
uplading, illegal-- (T) 491 (448, 453, 586)
violating retaliatory proclamation
of President-

149, 150
See also Merchandise; Penalty ;

Procedure; Remission.
Forgery of marine documents-- 35, 36, 396
Form. See Apprentice; Certificate

of registry ; Enrollment; Shipping

articles, etc.
Fortifications, protection of

361
Freight, investigation of facilities

for handling, at water termi-
nals

(M)470 (8)
liens for

(T) 503 (613)
rates of to be taken into consid-

eration in sale of vessels. (M) 468 (5)
See also Merchandise.
Freight boats, inspection of_-

95
Frontier. See Contiguous countries.
Fuel. See Coal; Liquid fuel.
Fulminate. See Explosives.
Fumigation of forecastles

14
Funds, board may

withdraw, in-
vested

(M)472 (14)
construction loan fund--- (M)471 (11)
moneys collected from judgments.
how credited

378 (11)
net proceeds, how used.. (M) 472 (14)
Funnel marks, registration-

305
Fur-seal fisheries, Alaska.

435
Gasoline. See Explosives.
Gaugers. See Customs officers.
General average, liens for freight
or

(T)503 (613)
maritime lien for, made preferred
maritime lien---

(M)483(M)
maritime lien for, may be created

after execution but before re-
cording mortgage--

(M)480 (F)
General issue, plea by revenue
agent

161
German vessels

(M)468 (4,5)
Goats. See Livestock.
Goods. See Merchandise.
Government agents, disclosure of in-
formation to ------

(S) 460 (20)

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Government departments, Ameri-

can Bureau of Shipping to be
recognized by--

(M)476 (25)
authorized to arbitrate, compro-

mise, settle, etc., claims.- 378 (9)
reports of arbitration, settlement,

etc., of claims to be made by- 379 (12)
rules and regulations relating to

shipping must be approved by
board.

(M)474 (1942)
vessels required for use of, not

turned over to board---- (M) 468 (4)
See also Government agencies.
Government Hospital for Insane, pa-

tients from marine hospitals ad-
missible to---

72
Government-owned boats on inland
waterways.

385
Government-owned radio stations for
use of general public-

346
Government securities, vessels

re-
quired to carry -

157
Government vessels, American Bu-

reau of Shipping to classify and
survey-

(M)476 (25)
authorized to collect salvage_-' 378 (10)
inland waterways.

385
steamboat - inspection laws

ex-
tended to

93
suits for salvage-

375
suits against-

376
See also Public vessels.
Gratuity

(T)500 (600)
Great Britain, See United King-

dom.
Great districts, number, boundaries,

and entry and clearance regula-
tions_.

181-184
Great Lakes, Atlantic Canal.

370
boats and rafts in foreign trade
on.

(T)494 (459)
common carriers on, subject to
act.

(S)451
crimes on.

391, 398
dam at outlet of Lake Erie_..

371
discrimination against American
vessels passing through.-

151
dumping in Lake Michigan.

316
engagement of seamen on.-

45, 48
entry and clearance of vessels on. 178
foreign trade on------ 177 (T) 491 (448-

451, 459)
inward manifests for trade on.-

(T) 491 (448, 459)
marking pierheads on.

304
penalty for violating navigation
laws of

179
radio equipment on steamers. 337
reciprocal wrecking privileges on. 234
repairs to vessels on, dutiable-

173
reports of customs officers on-- 417
restrictions and privileges of com-
merce on.

(T) 491 (448-466)
rules of the road on.

291
sale of blank forms on.

418
saloon stores of vessels on..

178
sea stores of vessels on. ------ 177
steam tugs on.

(T)489 (441)
superintendents of life-saving serv-
ice on---

429
vessels enrolled and licensed on.- 4
vessels on, exempt from certain
charges

165
water levels on.

371
See also Canada ; Contiguous coun-

tries.
Gross tonnage, how determined

10
Guam, Army officers, authorized to

issue provisional certificates of
registry

2
manifests in trade with.

157
money equivalents in.

201
shipments of merchandise on Army
transports-

375
See also Insular territory.
Guano islands, discovery, occupa-
tion, and possession---

353

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Gulf of Mexico, rules of the road on
rivers flowing into.

296
spong fishing in..

372
Gunpowder. See Explosives.
Harbor defenses, protection of----- 361
Harbor facilities, investigation of

necessity for improvement-- (M)470 (8)
Harbor lines, establishment of... 314
Harbors, control of Hawaiian.

192
control of Porto Rican---

196
improvement of Philippine_

199
obstructions in.

309
rules of the road in

277
vessels employed in, not to be

documented
See also Inland waters; Public

works; Rivers.
Harbors, vessels engaged in improv-

ing, exempt from merchant marine
act, 1920-

(M) 468 (
Harter Act.

91
Harter Act, public vessels entitled
to benefits of_

377 (6)
Hatchways, deductions from ton-
nage-

12
Hawaii, contract-labor laws not ap-
plicable to seamen in

193
destitute seamen in..

61
fisheries of..

192
manifests in trade with

157
registry of vessels of.

191
special provisions concerning--- 130, 191

See also Insular territory.
Hawsers, length between towing
vessels, etc --

81
Hay, transportation of_

123
Head tax, levy and collection

217
Health, laws relating to public-

201
Hawaii

191
Philippine Islands.

201
Porto Rico.

196
See

also Adulterated products;
Public Health Service.
Height of vessels, how determined-- 10
Hides, cargo destined for or-

(T)487 (431)
imports of neat-cattle

248
time limit for unlading- (T)494 (458)
Highway transportation, coordina-

tion with water and rail transpor-
tation

(M) 470 (8)
Hogs. See Livestock.
Hold, depth of, how determined--- 9, 10
Holidays, observance on vessels. 74, 75
Home port, definition.

20
marking on stern..

7
See also Port.
Homicide---

392
Honolulu. See Hawaii.
Horses. See Livestock.
Hospital equipment for crew.

14
Hospital treatment for diseased alien
seamen

217
Hospital ships, exemptions.

372
Hospitals, quarantine.

215
Hospitals for seamen.

71
Hospitals for steerage passengers- 138
Hours of service, licensed officers-

99
seamen-

74
House flags

305
Housing law, sale of houses, etc.,
authorized

(M) 472 (16)
Hulls of vessels, inspection of..

79
Husband, ship's, authority to incur
liability for repairs, supplies, etc-

(M) 483(Ma)
Hydrographic Office, Navy, establish-
ment and duties...

304
Ill treatment of crew-

396
Illness, entry in log book-

86
Immediate delivery of merchan-
dise_

(T)496 (551)
Immediate exportation of merchan.
dise to foreign port--

187, 206
Immediate transportation without
appraisement

(T) 496 (552)

Page.
Immediate transportation of mer-
chandise----

(T)496 (552)
Immigrants, accommodations on ves-
sels for.--

135-141
deportation of rejected..

218
detention on board.

218
excluded classes.

221
head tax on

217
illegal landing--

219
registry and naturalization -- 226
Immigration :

administration in Philippines.. 225
boards of inquiry-

426
laws relating to-

217-226, 424
limitation of

222
Immigration laws, posting by steam-
ship companies-

222
Immunity from suit, Shipping Board
vessels not immune

(S)454 (9)
Shipping Board vessels immune

from arrest or seizure_. 376 (1)
private vessels immune from ar-

rest for acts committed in Gov-
ernment service-

377 (4)
public vessels immune from arrest

or seizure in foreign countries. 377 (7)
See also Suits in admiralty.
Impairing public works--

316, 318
Import duties by States forbidden.. 214
Imports. See Merchandise.
Improvements to navigation --- 312, 315
Income taxes, vessels engaged in for-

eign commerce exempt from for
10 years.-

(M)475 (23)
proceeds from sale exempt from--

(M)475 (23)
Incorporated company. See Corpo-

ration.
Indian, Metlakahtla, eligibility as
officer.

37
Indians, sale of firearms and liquors
to Alaskan.

205
Indorsements, on ships' documents
of mortgages, etc..

(M)479 (D)
vessel not to clear until made.

(M)479(D)
Infectious diseases. See Excluded

classes ; Health ; Livestock.
Inflammables. See Explosives.
Informers, awards to, and restric-
tions ---

(T)505 (619)
remission of penalty, effect on-- 239
Injunction, may be used by courts

in enforcing orders of board. (S)462 (29)
Injury, entry in log book..

86
Inland waters, documents of vessels
navigating ---

4,5
liability laws applied to.

90
rules of the road on.

277, 288
Inland waterways, Government-
owned boats on..

385
Inland waterways, vessels engaged

in improving, exempt from mer-
chant marine act, 1920-

(S) 453
In personam suits against United
States authorized--

376 (2)
Insane in marine hospitals admis-

sible to Government Hospital for
Insane

72
Inspection, appeal in cases of_ 97, 98
barges

79, 80
boilers and boiler plate.

100-103
customs, on frontier.. (T)494 (461-463)
enrollment and license

33
ferryboats, canal boats, yachts,
and small craft---

94
foreign steam passenger vessels.. 93
gas, naphtha, electric, etc.,
launches

95
hulls and equipment-

79
immigrant ships

141, 142
inward manifests.

(T) 497 (583)
merchandise laden for export--- (T) 492

(452)
motor boats.

95, 261, 263
provisions and water.

83
quarantine---

209
registered foreign-built vessels... 98

ders"

373;

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