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Mortgage on vessel, recorded in or-

der of reception.-- 25 (M) 479 (Ch)
vessel, to alien not valid unless

approved by board------ (S) 150 (9)
See also Preferred mortgage and

Record of mortgage.
Mother of deceased life saver, pen-
sion

430
Motive power, liquid fuel for

124
Motor boats, classification, inspec-

tion equipment, and naviga-
tion

95, 261
imported for temporary use, duty- 173
numbering of_

263
taxes on

264
transportation of fuel for.

124
use in enforcing navigation laws. 374
use as lifeboats.

105, 108, 124
See also Yachts.
Motor vehicles on passenger

ves-
sels---

123
Munitions of war. See Warma-

terials.
Murder, offense and punishment. 392, 400
Muster of crew for boat and fire
drills.

119
Muster of seamen on return to
United States.-

47
Muster roll, posting-

118
Mutilating reports, memoranda, etc.,

filed with board, penalty for- (S) 460 (21)
Mutiny, offense and punishment

396
Mutual release, master or owner
and seamen--

54
Name of vessel, change of.
where and how to be displayed.

7
Naos Island, possession authorized- 362
Narcotic drugs, import and export
act

256
National defense, merchant marine
necessary for-

(M)467 (1)
Naturalization of aliens.

226
Naturalization of seamen.

42
Nautical books. See Charts.
Nautical instruction

357
Naval Auxiliary, ocean mail service- 228
providing merchant marine to
serve as

(M)467 (1)
Naval Militia, aid to--

358
Naval officer. See Navy.
Naval officer. See Comptroller of

Customs.
See also Customs officers; Treas-

ury.
Naval officers, detail of, to duties
under board_

(S) 454 (9)
Naval purposes, taking of vessels
for--

(S) 455 (10)
Naval service, vessels in, exempt
from merchant marine

act,
1920

(M)468 (4)
Naval vessels. See Public vessels.
Navigation, aids to--

303-306
application of laws to Alaska.

205
canals

322
Philippine Islands.

204
Porto Rico

196
powers and duties of Bureau of 411
private---

309, 434
See also Bureau of Lighthouses.
Navigation laws, board to examine

and recommend to Congress
changes in.--

(S)456 (12)
enforcement by boarding officers..

(T)497 (581)
motor boats for enforcing-

374
Shipping Board vessels subject to-

(S) 454 (9)
Navy, auxiliary cruisers in

228
coal for

371
coast surveying, by -

437
complaints by crew to.

83
designation as supervisor of New
York Harbor.

329
detail to schools.

357
may act as consuls.

176

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Navy, neutrality laws enforced by-- 349
officers of assignment to lighthouse
districts.

433
service on mail steamers.-

229
ration --

360
transportation of supplies for -- 371
See also Public vessels ; Secretary

of the Navy.
Navy Department, docks, piers,

warebouses, wharves, and termi-
nal facilities of_

(M)473 (17)
vessels under, exempt frommer-

chant marine act, 1920.- (M)468 (4)
Neat cattle. See Livestock.
Necessaries, lien for, ma y be
waived

(M)484(S)
Negligence, etc., resulting in death,
offense and punishment---

393
Net tonnage, definition.

10, 16
how determined.

13
to be marked on main beam.

16
Neutrality, offenses against-

347
New Brunswick. See British North

America.
New Jersey, transit of merchandise
across-

166
New York Harbor, special laws for
protection of

325
New York, port of, district.-

329
Newfoundland, engagement of sea-

men in trade with (see also Brit-

ish North America).
Niagara River, rale of the road

291, 295
Night, definition of.---- (T)487 (401)
Night, lading or unlading by-- (T) 492

(450, 451)
Nitreglycerin. See Explosives.
Noncontiguous territories. See In-

sular territory; also Alaska,

Hawaii, etc.
Northern, etc., frontiers. See

Canada ; Great Lakes.
Notes and bonds, United States, ves-
sels required to carry--

157
Notice of valuable shipment, shipper
must give-

89
Nova Scotia. See British North

America ; Canada.
Number, oficial, of vessel.

6
Numbering motor boats----

263
Oaths, officials authorized to admin-
ister_

423, 426, 438, 442
Oaths, board to have power to ad-
minister

(S)461 (24)
Obstructions to navigation (see also
New York Harbor)

303, 309
Occupational taxes_

266
Ocean mail service.

227
board to establish new rates ade-
quate for postal mail service..

(M) 469 (7)
board and Postmaster General au-
thorized to fix compensation.-

(M) 475 (24)
contracts for carrying, not to be

sublet to foreigners.-- (M)475 (24)
mails to be carried on American-
built and documented vessels..

(M)475 (24)
Postmaster General may contract
for carrying mails.

(M) 469

(7) 475 (24)
Ocean tramp, not a common carrier
by water

(S)451
Offenses, log-book entries of..

86
penalties for undefined--

395
See also Crimes ; Penalty.
Offering of vessels for sale, public

notice to be given of- (S) 455 (11)
Officer, licensed. See Licensed offi-

cers.
Official number of vessel.-

6
Ogdensburg, tolls for passengers and

freight landed at, via St. Marys
Falls Canal.

151

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Operate vessels, board may, until
sold

(M)469 (7)
board may, or charter or lease
them

(M) 469 (7)
board may, and establish adequate

service for island territories and
possessions_-

(M)474 (21)
corporation formed by board may,
on failure of private capital-

(S)455 (11)
Emergency Fleet Corporation may

until all are sold_ (M)472 (12)
preference, to be given to citizens
of United States on new rates--

(M) 469 (7)
Operators, license for motor boat--- 263
radio apparatus. See Radio com-

munication.
Opium for smoking, penalty- (T)498 (584)
Opium, import restrictions.

255–259
sale to Pacific islanders.

361
See also Cocaine.
“ Orders,"

time limit for unlading
cargo for.---

(T) 493 (456-458)
vessel or cargo destined for.-- (T) 487

(431)
Orders of board, enforcement of, in
district court-

(S) 462 (29, 30)
enforcement of reasonable rates--

(S)459 (18)
except for payment of money, re-
main in force for two years.- (S) 461

(23)
made only after full hearing, for

violation of shipping act. (S) 461 (23)
prima facie evidence of

facts
stated..

(S) 463 (30)
suit for enforcement of, must be

brought within one year. (S) 463 (30)
Organic act, Department of Com-
merce_

407
remission of penalty incurred in. 239
Otter Island, Alaska, reservation 206
Overtaken or overtaking vessel.

See Lights on vessels ; Steering

rules.
Owner, agent of, may create liens on
vessel.

(M)484 (R)
alien resident may own steamboat. 4
arbitration of dispute before ship-
ping commissioner-

61
change of_

23, 24, 31
countersign certificate of measure-
ment.

9
definition

41
exception to rule agent of owner
may create lien.

(M)484 (R)
liability of

86, 89, 133, 302
may ship seamen, when.
must be citizen.

1
must obtain copy of shipping arti-
cles.

48
noncompliance of, with inspection
laws

133
oaths on entry--- 158(T)487 (431, 434)
oath on registry of vessel..

19
oath on enrollment and license, 27, 28, 31
oaths, exemption from.

163
offense of, resulting in loss of life. 393
offenses against, by seamen-- 65–67
port of..

20
pro hac vice may create liens

(M)484 (R)
removal of master by-..

40
See also Corporation.
Ownership, oath of, on entry---

158(T)488 (434)
Oyster vessel. See Fishing vessels.
Pacific Islanders, sale of arms, liq-
uors, etc., to.

361
Packing property for transportation,

practice to be reasonable-- (S)459 (18)
Paddle vessel, deductions for propel-
ling power

15
Panama Canal, act..

362
boundary of Canal Zone_

362
claims

for damage to vessels,
cargo, or passengers

364

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Panama Canal, dry docks, etc., es-
tablishment-

365
government and control..

362, 363
jurisdiction over traffic by Inter-

state Commerce Commission in
certain cases.

367
merchant seamen in.

77
tolls for vessels.

363
tolls for passengers-

364
wireless telegraph installation--- 364

See also Canal Zone.
Panama Canal bonds, amount of,
authorized

(S) 456 (13)
proceeds from sale of for use of
board

(S)456 (13)
Panama Railroad Co., transfer of

vessels of, to board. (S)454 (6)
not subject to suits in admiralty
act--

376 (1)
Papers, summons to produce--

162
Parades, supervision over marine.- 301
Partnerships, included in term “ per-
son

(S)451
to which act applies enumerated. (S) 451

when deemed citizen--- (S)452 (2a)
Passenger act of 1882.

135
Passenger traffic, agreements limit-
ing or regulating must be filed.. (S) 458

(15)
Passengers, accommodations for.--- 135
additional, permitted for excur-
sions.

129
cargo vessels carrying, must have

life-saving equipment.-- (M)476 (26)
cargo vessels may carry not to ex-
ceed 16..

(M)476 (26)
cargo vessels of foreign nations

may carry, if granting recip-
rocal privilege---

(M)476 (26)
counting on excursion boats.

374
deaths of

141
discrimination against American,
on Canadian canals..

151
foreign vessel transporting, be-
tween American ports--

186
inspection of---

79, 141
investigation by board of facilities
for transfer of..

(M) 470 (8)
landing of----

(T)491 (448,450)
liability for damage sustained by- 132
manifest of_

130, 157
must be carried on American ves-

sels if common carriers give
through reduced rates, etc.-

(M)477 (28)
rate of toll, Panama Canal --- 363, 364
transfer from Alaska and Canada. 177

See also Baggage; Health.
Passes of Mississippi River, protec-
tion

324
Passing vessels. See Lights on ves-

sels ; Steering rules.
Passports to foreign-going vessel-- 159
Payments. See Sale of vessels.
Payments on preferred mortgages,

covering other property than
vessels to be indorsed on docu-
ments.

(M) 479 (De)
discharge of preferred mortgage to

be indorsed on documents (M)480 (G)
vessel denied clearance until such

discharge is indorsed.-- (M)480 (Gb)
Penalty, abandonment of seamen--- 397
abating or compromising claim.

(T) 504 (616, 618)
accommodations. See Crew; In-

spectors.
adulterated products, trade in-- 251-253
agreements. See Shipping articles.
aids to navigation, unlawful pri-
vate

434
Alaska, procedure for remission of,
in

206
special crimes.

207
unlawful transfer of passengers
or merchandise from.

206

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Penalty, allotment law, violations - 58
American products, discrimina-
tion against.

150
apprenticeship law, violation.

44
appropriations, expenditures in ex-
cess of.

438
arson

394
assault.

392
assault of officer by seamen.

66
assistance to official in search or
seizure of vessel or cargo

161
barge, navigation without inspec-

tion, etc.
barratry-

397
bill of lading, refusal to issue.

91
boarding. See Customs ofiicers;

Vessel.
boiler plate, counterfeiting stamp
on---

102
boilers, construction of defective- 100
bonded merchandise. See Merchan-

dise.
breaches of duty by seaman.

65
bribery..

(T) 500 (601)
bridges, violating act regulating - 309, 310
British North America. See Can-

ada; Frontiers.
bulk stores landing without per-
mit; omitted from manifest

(T)488 (432)
cables, injury to submarine-

403
Canada, landing merchandise ex-
ported to

(T)499 (589)
Canada, unlawful transfer of pas-
sengers or merchandise from.

177 (T) 494 (459-461)
cargo. See Merchandise.
cattle on passenger vessels, carry-
ing

140
certificate of licensed officer, alter-
ing

40
certificate of registry, failure to
deliver up temporary

20
change of. See Master; Trade.
citizenship, false oath of

19
claim, abatement or compromise
of

(T)504 (616, 618)
clearance, departure of vessel
without obtaining--

155
clothing, detention of seaman's. 59
clothing, failure to provide slop
chest of

85
coasting laws, evasion on frontiers

(T) 499 (588)
coasting laws, procedure for vio-
lation of

189
coasting laws, specified offenses
and penalties.

188
coasting laws, violating entry or
clearance provisions--

181-186
coasting trade, foreign tug tow-
ing in.

187
coasting voyage, foreign vessel on. 187
collisions, failure to stay by in
cases of..

261
collisions, rules to prevent--- 278, 296,

301, 302
consul, failure to retain register
until clearance -

(T)489 (438)
consular services, failure to sur-
render statement of..

160
corporal punishment of seaman-- 67
cotton shipped in violation of
law-

124
counterfeiting stamp on boiler
plate

102
crew, accommodations, defective_ 13, 86
crew accommodations on Missis-

sippi River steamboats, insuff-
cient.

14
crew, failure to explain deficiency
in.

99
crew, ill treatment of_

396
crew list, failure to observe laws
relating to--

48
crimping
customhouse brokers, abuse of li-
cense

374

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Penalty, customs oficers, interfer-
ence with

161(T) 493 (454)
customs officers, offenses of_- 416(T)500

(599–602)
customs oficial in search or sei-

zure of vessel or cargo, failure
to render assistance to..

161
damaging or endangering cargo,

vessel, passengers, or crew by
master or seaman.

67, 68
dams, violating act regulating- 312, 313
death of passenger, failure to pay
for

141
death resulting from negligence,
etc..

393
deck room, failure to provide.. 120
desertion. See Seaman.
departure, illegal. 155 (T) 491 (445, 485)
deposit marine papers,

failure
to

159(T)488 (434, 435)
detention of seaman's clothing--- 59
discrimination against American
products

150
discrimination under shipping
act.

(S)457 (14)
disobedience of seaman.-

05
disposition of proceeds of seizure- 162
distress. See Vessel.
documents, master proceeding on
voyage without necessary

48
documents, offenses against laws
relating to

36, 159
drawbridge regulations, violating- 320
drunkenness
dumping into navigable waters.. 315,

316, 318, 323
duty, breaches of, by seaman..

65
effects, failure of master to turn
over seaman's--

59
employment of unlicensed officer-- 38
engagement of seamen. See Ship-

ping articles.
enrollment, failure to exhibit.

33
entry, failure of master to observe

formalities relating to-- (T)489 (436)
expenditures in excess of appro-
priations, etc

438
explosives, defective packing of-- 125
explosives, illegal transportation
of_d

125, 126, 130, 140
explosives, shipping without no-
tice.

89
failure. See Collector ; Consul;

Master; Seaman ; Shipping com-

missioner.
false swearing. See Perjury.
fastenings of inspector, interfering
with

(T) 499 (598)
fees, receiving illegal shipping----

43
fishing, unlawful

372
flogging seaman..

67
food products. See Adulterated

products; Livestock.
forecastle, storing goods or stores
in.

13
foreign port, failure to deposit
marine papers in.

160
foreign port, violating shipping
law in

47
foreign tug towing in coasting
trade---

187
foreign vessels carrying passen-

gers between American ports-- 186
foreign vessels, coasting voyages
by-

187
foreign vessels, illegally bringing
imports

152
forgery

396
forgery by licensed officer.

40
frontiers, evasion of coasting laws

(T)499 (588)
frontiers, interference with cus-
toms inspection or seals on--- (T)495

(464)
Government officer sharing with
informer

(T)505 (620)
gratuity-

(T)500 (600)

on-

58

97

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Penalty, Great Lakes, failure to re-

port, make entry and pay duties
on equipment and repairs of
vessel on

(T) 494 (459, 465)
Great Lakes, unlading by night
without permit--

(T) 492 (450)
Great Lakes, violation of provi-
sions governing trade on--

177,

179(T) 494 (459, 465)
gunpowder. See Explosives.
harbor defenses, trespass or in-
Jury

361
health regulations, violation.

209,

210, 212, 213, 216
home port of vessel not properly
displayed--

7
hull or boiler,' failure to comply

with inspectors' requirements-- 97
immigration laws, offenses
against

218, 219, 222, 225
imports. See Merchandise.
inflammables. See Explosives.
informer, Government officer shar-
ing with

(T)505 (620)
injury to customs seals--- (T)499 (598)
injury to Panama Canal.

367
inspection, refusal to permit--

81
inspection laws, failure of collec-
tors to enforce-

132
inspection laws, navigating vessel
without complying with

81, 133
inspectors, accompanying vessel or

merchandise, delinquencies of
customs

(T)493 (454, 455)
failure to comply with require-
ments of hull or boiler--

97
interference with customs. (T)493

(454, 462, 464)
refusal to furnish accommoda-

tions for customs. (T)493 (455)
unlawful acts of steamboat. 422
unlawfully exercising functions
of steamboat-

421
Lake Michigan, dumping refuse
in.

316
landing. See Merchandise ; Unlad-

ing.
larceny

395
lavatory accommodations, failure
to provide-

13
laws, failure to exhibit on steam
vessel

131
libel to recover..

(T)499 (594)
license, altering-

40
employment of officer without-- 38
failure to exhibit-

35
failure to surrender.

30
false swearing to secure-

28
life-saving equipment, defective- 104
life-saving equipment, inadequate- 120
liquors, illegal unlading-- (T) 492 (449)
livestock and food products, vio-

lating interstate and foreign

trade regulations.-- 241, 243, 246, 249
lodgers, soliciting

61
log books, violating provisions
concerning-

86
logs, unlawfully floating-

317
mail service, delays and irregu-
larities--

228-232
manifest, disagreement between
cargo and

(T)489 (440, 584)
failure to deliver at diferent

ports of delivery--- (T) 491 (445)
in frontier trade. (T)487' (431, 459)
vessel with incomplete in
ward..

(T)498 (584)
violation of law concerning pro-

duction, copies and indorse-
ment

(T) 497 (583, 584)
manslaughter

392
marine documents. See Documents.
marine hospital, failure of officers

of to render account to collec-
tor

71

Pago.
Penalty, marooning--

397
master, failure to, care for effects
of deceased seaman.

62
comply with inspectors' require

ments as to hull or boiler..
deliver manifest to accounting
oficers

(T) 489 (439)
deliver permit to transport mer-
chandise

(T) 491 (445)
deposit register, etc..

159
discharge seamen before ship-
ping commissioner.

52
discharge seamen before consul. 47, 53
enter before proceedings to port
of delivery-

(T) 489 (436)
exbibit enrollment and license-- 33, 35
explain deficiency in crew--

99
improper delivery of merchan-
dise

(T) 495 (464)
keep list or count of passen-
gers-

129
keep log book.

87
lade or unlade lawfully.

(T) 493

(453, 586)
mail copy of manifest_- (T) 489 (439)
mail post entry--

(T)489 (440)
observe formalities regarding
entry

(T)489 (436)
observe provisions wireless ship
act.

338
obtain permit before depar-
ture

(T) 491 (445)
pay wages of crew

56
permit customs officer to board
vessel

161
produce crew

47
produce manifest

(T) 489

(439, 445, 584)
provide medicines and antiscor-
butics

85
provide sufficient provisions and
water

83
provide weights and measures-- 85
report arrival of vessels or ve-
hicles

(T) 489 (436, 459, 460)
report change of

24, 32
report or enter before depar-
ture

(T)498 (585)
report purchases abroad.-- (T)495

(465, 466)
sign seamen before consul..

46
maybem

394
measurement, false.

36
measures on board, failure to pro-
vide

85
medicines on board, failure to pro-
vide

85
merchandise, damaging or endan-
gering-

66
failure to deliver permit to
transport--

166
failure to render assistance to

official in search or seizure
of

161
unlawful removal of bonded.- (T)499

(598)
unlawful transfer from Alaska

or Canada--- 177 (T) 494 (459, 460)
merchant marine, procedure for

enforcing penalty under acts re-
lating to -

67
merchant marine act, penalties
for violation of -

(S)454 (9)

(M)476 (26)481(J)
Mexico, landing merchandise ex-
ported to

(T)499 (589)
miscellaneous offenses

395
Mississippi River passes, violating
regulations for protection.

324
moieties prohibited. 162 (T)505 (619, 620)
motor-boat law, violation

263
murder

392
mutiny

396
name of vessel not properly dis-
played

7
neutrality laws, violation------ 347, 348
(T)495 (462)
obstructing customs officers. (T)493 (454)
obstructing navigation.

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Penalty, New York Harbor, violating
law for protection of

325-329
not reporting on entry- (T)489 (436, 459)
oath of citizenship, false.

20
oath

of ownership, refusal to
make

158
obstructing inspection

bag-
gago

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Penalty, repairs.

(T)173 (466)
return of marine papers, violating

law concerning--- (T)489 (438)
revenue cutter, unlawfully carry-
ing ensign or pennant of.

237
revenue law, failure of collector to

report violation to district at-
torney

(T)501 (603)
robbery

394
rules of the road, violating-

263,

278, 296, 301, 302
safety valve, loading--

103
St. Marys Falls Canal. See Toll

regulations.
St. Marys River, violating rules of
the road

301
saloon stores (see Great Lakes)- 178
sea stores (see Great Lakes)- 166, 177
seal of customs officer, interfer-

ence with. (T)493 (454, 463, 464, 598)
seamen, abandonment of_

397
offenses connected with dis-
charge of

52
offenses of (assault, breach of
duty, damaging

vessel

or
cargo, desertion, disobedience,
drunkenness, failure to join,
smuggling, wearing sheath
knife, etc.)

50–65
refusal of master to transport
destitute

62
search or seizure of vessel or

cargo, failure to render assist-
ance to oficial in.

161
seduction.

393
seizure. See Search.
shanghaiing and other illegal ship-
ments

43
sheath knife, failure of master to
prohibit wearing

67
shipments of seamen, illegal---

43
shipping act, penalties for viola-
tion of

(S)454
(9, 14, 15, 21, 32, 36, 37, 40, 41)
shipping articles, failure to post-- 46
shipping seaman without

46, 49
violations of -

50
shipping commissioner, unlawful
charge by

43
shipping fees, receiving illegal--- 43
shipping law, violation in foreign
port

47
slop chest, failure to provide

310,

312, 313, 314, 317, 318
officer, employment of unlicensed.

38
official number not legally carved
or marked--

6
opium, unlawful importation or
sale

255-260
overloading with passengers--- 129, 135
owner, failure to. See Name or

* nature of offense.
discharge seamen before consul. 47
discharge seamen before ship-
ping commissioner..

52
provide slop chest.

85
provide warm room and cloth-
ing for seamen.

86
report change of owner-- 24, 26, 28, 31
sign seamen before shipping
commissioner

45, 46
ownership of vessel by customs
officer

(T)500 (599)
ownership, refusal to make oath
of.

158
Pacific islanders, selling prohib-
ited articles to..

361
passenger barge, failure to equip-

122
passenger, consular-

62
failure to pay for death of --- 141
overloading

128, 135
passenger vessel, carrying cattle
or explosives on.

140
passengers, carrying too many-- 129, 135

failure to keep list or count of_ 129
foreign vessel carrying between
American ports

180
receiving, on uncertified steamer. 130
unlawful transfer from Alaska
or Canada

177
passport, failure to procure-

159
perjury by owner, master, or
agent.

20, 21
petroleum, illegal transportation
of_

125
piracy

399
plundering vessel or cargo.

397
Potomac River, dumping in

323
preference, undue or unreasen-
able

(S)463 (32)
President, violating retaliatory
proclamations of

149-151
Pribilof Islands, unlawful presence
on

206
procedure for enforcing-

67,
189 (T)499 (594, 602, 609)
proceeds from, disposition--- 162(T)503

(613)
products of the United States, dis-
crimination against-

150
provisions, neglect to provide-

83
public works, trespass or injury-- 362
quarantine.

See Health regula-
tions.
radio communication without li-
cense

339, 344
range lights, interference with--- 305
rape

392
rates higher than prescribed hy
Shipping Board

(S) 462 (26)
rates prejudicial to American ex-
porter---

(S) 462 (26)
regatta regulations, violation -- 301
register, failure to surrender-- 20, 23, 27
register, delivery of before clear-
ance

(T) 491 (448)
relanding merchandise without en-
try

(T)499 (589)
remission or mitigation of

2, 5,
23, 28, 148, 173, 206, 234, 239,
263, 264, 302, (T)504 (618)

85
smuggling by seaman.

66
soliciting lodgers--

61
sponge fishing, unlawful.

372
stamp on boiler plate, counterfeit-
ing

102
stay by in case of collision, fail-
ure to

261
steerage law, noncompliance with. 138,

139, 140-142
strerage passengers, overloading
with-

133
stolen property, receiving--

395
submarine cables, injury to--

403
temporary certificate, failure to
deliver up-

20
time limit. See Merchandise.
toll regulations governing passage

through St. Marys Falls Canal,
violation

151
towing, foreign tug in, coasting
trade

187
towing regulations, violation..

81
trade, failure of master to surren-

der register or enrollment on
change of

27
transfer of passengers or merchan-

dise from Alaska or Canada un-
lawful---

177(T) 499 (589)
transfer of vessels without con-
sent of Shipping Board..

(S)454

(9) (M)468 (5)
transportation in bond. See Mer-

chandise.
transshipment, unlawful.. (T)499 (587)

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