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Revocation of certificate of inspec-
tion..

79, 96
Revocation of license, appeal from. 95
castomhouse brokers

374
offenses justifying-

38, 39
record of

422
Revolt. See Mutiny.
Reward for detection and seizure of
property---

(T)505 (619)
Rhode Island coasting trade_

186
Rights and liabilities to be pre-
served.

(T) 506 (641)
Rivers, improvements in respect to
foreign and coastwise trade-

(M)470 (8)
improvement of, by private person,
corporation, or municipality

309
navigation on..

301
ownership of vessels on.

4
shipping act not to apply to navi-
gation on

(S) 451
See also Inland waters.
Rivers and harbors, vessels engaged

in improving, exempt from mer-

chant marine act, 1920--- (M)468 (4)
Robbery, offense and punishment
(see also Piracy).

394
Round trip, engagement of seaman
for

46, 47
Routes, board to establish new

(M)469 (7)
preference to be given established
lines on new-

(M)469 (7)
rules and regulations to govern on,

in foreign trade--- (M) 473 (19-2)
Rule of construction.

(T)507 (645)
Rules of the road.

261
future consideration of
Great Lakes and St. Lawrence
River, of 1895-

291
inland, of 1897..

277
international, of 1890.

266
lines limiting application of inter-
national and inland.

288
Red River of the North and rivers

emptying into the Gulf of Mex-
ico, etc.

296
See also Cables.
Rules and regulations, affecting ship-

ping in foreign trade--(M)473 (19–1)
approve those made by other de-
partments relating to shipping-

(M) 473 (19–1c)
board vessels not given preference

over private vessels--- (M) 474 (1944)
carrying out purposes of merchant
marine act--

(M) 473 (1941)
chartering vessels to foreigners--

(S) 454 (9)
departments to suspend, modify,

or annal, when affecting ship-
ping

(M)473 (1961)
exemption of war and excess profit
taxes

(M)475 (23)
meet unfavorable conditions in
foreign trade

(M)473 (1941)
President may make, suspend, or
annul

(M)474 (1943)
Public Health, Consular, and

Steamboat Inspection Services
excepted

- (M)473 (191)
Safety of passengers on cargo ves-
sels

(M)476 (26)
Safety valves, inspection.

100
loading forbidden.

103
Sailing rules. See Steering rules.
Sailing vessel. See Vessel.
Sailings, agreements restricting or
regulating

(S)458 (15)
frequency and regularity on new
routes.

(M)469 (7)
Sailor. Sec Seaman.
Sails, space for storage of, deducted
from gross tonnage.

14
Saint Clair River, rule of the road

291, 295
Saint George Island, Alaska, fur-seal

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Saint Lawrence River, discrimina-

tion against American vessel on. 151
rules of the road on.

291, 295
transshipment of merchandise on. 187
Saint Marys Falls Canal, diversion
of appropriation for.

371
free passage through, may be
abridged by President.

151
toll for passengers and freight car-
ried through---

151
Saint Marys River, navigation rules
for..

291, 295, 301
Saint Marys River

and

Canal,
wrecks on

fisheries (see also Alaska). 206, 435

234
Saint Paul Island, Alaska, fur-seal
fisheries (see also Alaska).

206, 435
Salaries, lighthouse keepers..

434
Sale of property, all turned over to

board may be sold... (M) 472 (13)
forfeited or

seized by revenue
officer

(T)501 (607, 609)
See also Merchandise ; Seaman;

Vessel.
Sale of stock, corporations organ-
ized by board.

(8)455 (11)
proceeds of, permanently appro-
priated.

($) 457 (13)
Sale of vessels, Admiralty Court sale

to pass title free of liens. (M)483(Oc)
alien, to be approved by board_-

(S)454 (9, 37)
approval of board necessary to--

(S) 454 (9, 37)
board directed to sell all vessels.

(M)468 (5)
citizens of United States on new

routes to be given preference
in.

(M) 469 (7)
competitive offering required (S)455 (11)
conditions and terms of. (M)468 (5)
cost and other factors to be taken

into consideration in.---- (M) 468 (5)
deferred payments on.. (M) 468 (5)
Emergency Meet Corporation con-
tinued until vessels are sold.

(M)472 (12)
insurance against fire, etc., and

by protective and indemnity if

deferred payments in. (M)471 (9, 10,
merchant marine developed by.

(M)467 (1)
net proceeds from, for construct-

ing, requisitioning, or purchase
of vessels.

(M)472 (14)
new mortgage to be given when,

by Admiralty Court-ce (M)483 (Oc)
proceeds from, permanently appro-
priated

(S) 457 (13)
proceeds from, exempt from war

and excess profits taxes. (M)475 (23)
public notice to be given of in-
tended

(S)455 (11)
subject to restrictions of section 9
of shipping act_

(M) 468 (5)
war or national emergency- (S) 464 (37)

See also Recording of bills of sale.
Saloon stores on Great Lakes vessel. 178
Salt, cargo destined “ for orders "

(T)487 (431)
special entry of_

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

(T) 493

(456, 457)
Salvage, award to be covered

into Treasury to department's
credit-

378 (10)
Government vessels authorized to
collect-

378 (10)
maritime lien made preferred lien.

(M)483 (M)
maritime liens for, may be created
after execution of mortgage, but
before recording-

(M)480 (F)
remuneration for

375
seaman's right in.

54
suit forced

378 (10)
treaty with Great Britain regard-
ing, on Great Lakes.

234
Sanitation. See

Health; Public
Health Service,

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School ships for nautical schools--- 357
Schools, military and nautical--- 357, 358
Scows. See Dumping; New York

Harbor.
Screw vessel, deductions for pro-
pelling power--

15
Scientific schools, naval details to. 358
Sea and inland postage, when al-
lowed.

231
Sea letter, deposit with consular
officer

159
oath of ownership on entry of
vessel carrying-

158
passport to vessel carrying-

159
vessels entitled to

35
Sea Lion Rock, reservation.

206
Sea stores on Great Lakes vessel 177

(T)487 (431, 432)
rules as to entry--

(T)487

(431, 432, 446, 584)
Sea wall. See Public works.
Seal shall be judicially noticed. (S)452 (3)
Seal, department, required on regis-
ters

22, 23
Seal agents, Alaska, appointment
and duties_

435
Seal fisheries, Alaskan.

206, 435
Seals, customs, on frontier. (T)495 (463)
Seals, false.--

(T) 499 (598)
Seaman, abandonment of__

397
able seaman, certificate of service- 75
qualifications

75
Seaman, accommodations on vessels. 13, 86
advance wages to, prohibited

58
agreement. See Shipping articles.
apprentice law--

44
arbitration of disputes.

61
attachment, wages and clothing
exempt from

59
award for rescuing shipwrecked.- 356
citizenship and naturalization--- 41
citizenship on mail-carrying steam-
ers

227
clothing, exempt from attachment- 59
clothing, slop chest for, required. 85
complaint, forfeiture for un-
founded.

81
complaint regarding provisions,
seaworthiness, or water-

53, 83
conduct of, entry in log book-

86
consuls to supervise shipments and
discharges abroad..

46, 175
corporal punishment prohibited-- 67
crew list, formalities concern-
ing----

47, 119
crimes of and against. See Pen-

alty.
cruelty, complaint of_

53
damages for personal injuries_

76
debt, sum recoverable for..

59
deceased, wages and effects.

62
deductions from wages-

50
definition---

41, 71
desertion.

60, 65
desertion, substitute upon..

76
destitate, sick, or disabled 53, 61, 71
discharge in foreign trade-

52, 53
discharge, consuls to supervise
abroad.

46, 175
disputes, arbitration of..

61
effects of deceased, entry in log
book.

86
engagement. See Shipping arti-

eles.
fees, witness
fellow servant clause not appli-
cable

76
forecastle law

13
forecastle, compensation for vio
lation of

13
Hawaii, enforcement of contract
ot, in

193
holidays, observance.

74
hospitals for

71
hours of labor.

74
ill treatment of..

396
injured, substitute for.

76
inspection of seaworthiness, may
demand

81, 82

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Seaman, jurisdiction over American
abroad, and

over

foreign in
American ports

72
lavatory accommodations.

14
liability of

90
lien of-

54
log book, entries in, affecting-

86
maritime lien of---- (M)480 (F)483(M)
may demand wages once..

56
militia duty, exemption from

41
muster on return to United States 47
naturalization

41
Panama Canal Zone.

77
papers of vessels relating to--
penalties. See Penalty.
period of engagement of

46
Philippines, shipping in.

200
presence on board.

42
procedure for enforcing penalty
under laws relating to-

67
production with crew list-

47
provisions. See Provisions.
punishment, corporal, prohibited. 67
railway employees act extended
to.

76
refusal to proceed on voyage-

82
register of, in shipping offices.

42
return of, from abroad, Alaska,
and insular ports----

52, 55, 61
rules concerning papers of vessels
relating to

48
salvage, right in--- 54, 375, 378 (10)
sheath knife, wearing prohibited. 67
shipments, by owners, masters,
and consignees--

43
shipments, consuls to supervise,
abroad

46, 175
shipments, illegal

43
shipping articles. See Shipping

articles.
shipwrecked, appropri ion for
rescuing

356
sick, disabled, and destitute,
funds for.

53, 61, 71
sick, general provisions concerning 71
sick, relief and protection----- 53, 54, 61
slop chest required..

85
space in vessels.

11, 14, 86
special offenses and penalties (de-

sertion, failure to join, disobe-
dience, assault, damaging vessel,
smuggling, etc.)

65-67
steerage, not to visit--

139
substitute, for deserting or in-
jured

76
sum recoverable for debt.

59
summary trial of

391
Sunday observance_

74
tobacco, blankets, and warm room
for

85, 86
unseaworthiness, complaint of--- 53
wages.

See Wages.
water, complaint against-

83
witness fees

74
See also Crew; Discharge of sea-

man; Foreign seamen; Shipping

commissioners.
Seamanship, instruction in. 357, 358
Searches and seizures, persons and
baggage

(T)497 (582)
procedure in---

(T)501 (602-611)
report on, by collector... (T)502 (611)
See also Seized property and pen-

alties.
Search of vessel by customs officers. 161
Seaworthiness of vessels..

79
Secretary of Agriculture, adulter-

ated products, shipments of_-251-254
interstate and foreign trade in

livestock and food products... 241-250
Weather Bureau

305
Secretary of Commerce, allotment
schedule

58
appendix to registers-

16
barges, towing regulations,

80
boarding of vessels.

140, 160
boarding officers

48

74

17

173,

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Secretary of Commerce, Bureau of
Lighthouses

432
certificates of inspection.-

98
certificates of registry, blank.

22
changes of names of vessels.

7
Coast and Geodetic Survey-

436
collisions, rules, to prevent-

277,

296, 301, 302
crew list

47,50
crews of inspected steamers.

98
documenting vessels for coasting
and fishing trade_

32
explosive cargoes

123
fees for readmeasurements

16
fire-fighting apparatus

122
foreign documents.
immediate exportation to foreign
ports

187, 206
inflammable cargoes

123
Lighthouse Service

432
lights on bridges, dams, etc. 310, 312
manifests in Alaskan and insular
trade

157
manning of vessels.

98
mitigation and remission. See

Remission.
motor-boat law, enforcement.-- 261, 263
navigation laws, enforcing.

374
navigation on Great Lakes, etc-- 291
officers of inspected steamers.

98
petroleum, transportation of..

123
powers and duties under organic
act-

407
Pribilof Islands.

206, 435
provisional certificates of registry 2
pure food law..

251, 252
regattas and marine parades.- 301
registry of Porto Rico vessels

195
remission or mitigation of fines,
penalties, etc.

5,
23, 28, 148, 206, 233, 239, 263, 302

(M)476 (26) (T)503 (613, 618)
rules of the road.

266, 277
Saint Marys Falls Canal.

301
Saint Marys River, navigation of. 301
seal and salmon fisheries of
Alaska

206
services rendered to vessels. 173, 441
shipping articles

44
shipping service-

412
sponge-fishing laws.

372
suits at law---

67
tonnage tax..

6, 148
transfer of cargo from foreign to
domestic vessel

177
undermanning --

74
wireless equipment on steamers
yacht, license or commission to.

5
yacht, reciprocal privileges-

6
Yukon and Stikine River trade.

206
Secretary of the Navy, aid to nauti-

cal and military schools, Naval
Militia, etc.-

357, 358
assignment of oficers to mail
steamers

229
detail of vessels to remove der-
elicts

303
Hydrographic Office

304
ocean mail steamers-

228
Secretary of State, citizenship of
seamen

42
destitute seamen, in foreign ports 61
direct consuls claim

immunity
public vessels..

377 (7)
form of passport-

159
International Marine Conference- 277
reports by consuls of services to
vessels and seamen--

176
Secretary of Treasury, adulterated
food shipments.

251-253
arrest and seizures in Alaska

207
bonds, may issue on request of
board

(S)456 (13)
bulk cargo, discharge of.

(T) 487

(431, 458)
Coast Guard

237, 427
collisions in Lighthouse Service... 432
customhouse broker's.

374

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Secretary of Treasury, customs offi-
cers_cus

413
customs officers, abolishing-

435
customs seals on frontier, use of.

(T)495 (463)
derelict destroyer-

303
drawback on manufacturers' mate-
rials,

172
express packages.-

168
forms for vessels on Great Lakes 179
health, public.

209-215
immediate transportation of mer-
chandise

(T)496 (552)
liens for freight or general aver-
age-

(T)503 (613)
life-saving medals

355
may refuse clearance to vessels..

(S) 464 (36)
mitigation of penalty. See Reinis-

sion.
navigation rules

301
neat-cattle imports.

248
opium, imports..

255, 256
Philippine shipments.. 200, 201, 202
Porto Rican fiscal affairs.

195
preliminary entry and unlading-

(T) 491 (448_465)
Public Health Service-

422
quarantine and bills of health

209
quarantine stations for livestock, 243
rates of dockage and wharfage in
Alaska.

206
refuse clearance to vessels.

(S) 464 (36)
remission of fines, penalties, etc--

206, 239 (T)503 (613, 616, 618)
revenue laws.

161-163
services by consuls to vessels and
seamen-

175
special agents

435
tariff provisions directly relating
to vessels.

171-173
tea waste, imports.-

253
transit of merchandise in bond
through Alaska

207
transit, Alaska and frontier coun-
tries.-

177
transportation in bond.-- (T) 496 (551-

554)
unlading and clearance of Great
Lakes vessels

178
unlading at night.-- (T) 492 (450, 451)
wrecked or lost vessel

233
Secretary of War, bridges, dams, im-

provements or obstructions to-- 309
Guam, shipments of merchandise_ 373
harbor lines

314
maintenance of canals_

306
Mississippi River passes.

324
navigation, public works, etc.- 309-321
Porto Rico public works. 196, 197
Pribilof Islands.

206
supervisor of New York Harbor.. 329
Securities, transportation of Govern-
ment.

157
Seduction, offense and punishment. 393
Seizure of property, disposition of. 161, 162

exemption of vessel.. (T)499 (594)
legal procedure_.

387-389
merchandise and baggage.

(T)501

(602-620)
private vessels immune from,

when in Government service- 377
Shipping Board vessels immune
from.

376
See also Penalty: Piracy; Pro-

cedure; Requisitioning

Commandeering.
Separation from crew, entry in log
book---

86
Service, suits in admiralty act.. 376
suits for enforcement of orders.

(S) 463 (30)
Services to Government, voluntary,
prohibited

438
Settlement of claims, discrimina-

tions in, prohibited.-- (8) 463 (30)
govern, in foreign trade-- (M)473 (19b)
Shipping act, authority under, trans-
ferred to board..

337

and

by

on-

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Seventy-five per cent of corporation,

when owned by citizens. (S)452 (2)
Shanghaiing, offense and penalty

43
Sheath knife, carrying, prohibited.. 67
Sheep. See Livestock.
Shelter space, measurement exemp-
tion

12
Sherman Antitrust Act, agreements
approved

board excepted
from operation of.. (S) 458 (15)
marine insurance associations ex-
empt from

(M)478 (29)
Ship:

dee Vessel.
Shipbuilding, board authorized to

have ships built--- (M)472 (14)
cost of, to be investigated by
board

(S) 456 (12)
construction loan fund_ (M)471 (11)
corporations of board authorized
to build.

(S) 455 (11)
instruction in

358
report on, to Congress.. (S) 456 (12)
Shipbuilding materials, importa-
tion

171
Shipbuilding plants, transfer of, to

foreigners during emergency
forbidden

(S)464 (37)
insurance of

(M) 471 (10)
sale of, authorized.

(M)472 (13)
Ship mortgage act, 1920 (see also
Mortgages)

(M)478 (30)
Shipper, disclosure of information
shipments without consent..

(S) 460 (21)
retaliation against, forbidden_(S) 457 (14)
Ship's papers. See Vessels.
Shipping, Alaskan tax

206
Shipping, rules and regulations, to

(S)452 (3)
Shipping articles, access of seamen
to_

46
coasting, fishing, or near-by for-
eign trade-

44, 48, 49, 50
foreign trade

44
form of

45
illegal shipments.-

43, 46, 49
period of engagement-

46
posting of

46, 49
Shipping Board. See United States

Shipping Board.
Shipping commissioners, allotments
by

58
appointment, powers, duties, and
responsibilities..

412
arbitration before

61
care of effects of deceased seamen.

62, 64, 65
compensation...

442
complaint to, by crew-

83
consuls to act in foreign ports-- 46
customs cfficers to act in certain
cases

42
discharge of seamen by-

52, 54
duties.

44, 48
fees

49, 413, 442
owner, master, or consignee may
act

43, 52
receiving illegal fees.

43
Shipping property, acquired by

United States turned over to
board.

(M) 468 (4)
Suipping service, board directed to

establish adequate with island
possessions including Philip
pines

(M) 474 (21)
Ships. See Vessels.
Ship's husband, may create maritime
lien on vessels

(M)484 (P)
Shipwreck. See Seaman ; Wrecks.
Shipyards, insurance fund. (M)471 (10)
sale of, authorized..

(M)472 (13)
Sick seaman. See Seaman.
Signal stations. See Public works.
Signals, registration of private (see

also Distress, flood, fog, pilot-
house, sound, storm, etc.).

305
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Page
Sinking vessel in Alaska.

207
Sites, Government jurisdiction over
lighthouse, etc

433
Size of vessels in foreign
trade---

(T) 494 (459)
requiring license, enrollment, and
registry-

188
See also Names of documents.
Size of vessels, for operation on
new routes_

(M)469 (7)
Skilled laborers. See Laborers.
Sleeping quarters for steerage pas-
sengers

135
Slop chest, requirement, concerning- 85
Smallpox. See Health.
Small vessels. See Fog, etc., sig-

nals ; Lights on vessels.
Smuggling, compensation for detect-

162
penalty for seaman's_

66
Solicitation of bribes.

(T) 500 (601)
Soliciting lodgers--

61
Solicitor of the Treasury, notice to,
seizures

(T)501 (603)
Sound signals for passing steam-
ers.

276, 287
in fog, etc..

273, 282, 293, 299
See also Distress, etc., signals.
Sounds. See Inland waters.
South and Southwest Passes, Missis-
sippi River, protection.-

324
Space accommodations, clearance

may be withheld for refusal
of.

(S)464 (36)
discriminations in matter of.

(S) 457 (14)
Spain, reciprocal arrangement re-
garding tonnage tax..

147
Spanish vessel, and merchandise,
privilege in Philippines.-

199
Spans, bridge, obstructing naviga-
tion.

319
Spar deck, height under, how de-
termined

10
Special agents, Treasury-

435
Special inwará manifest for Comp-
troller General; Comptroller of
Customs.

(T) 489 (439)
Special ports (see also Ports.)
Special provisions for enrollment
and license

32
Speed of vessel, in fog--

274, 283
Secretary of War to regulate.. 322
Speed of vessels, for operation on
new routes.

(M) 469 (7)
Sponge fishing in Gulf of Mexico and
Florida Straits.

372
Stairways on steam vessel

120
Stamps for boiler plate-

100
Stamp taxes

383
State courts, concurrent jurisdiction

over offenses under ship mort-
gage act.

(M)481 (JC)
State Department, may direct con-

suls claim immunity public ves-
sels---

377 (7)
Staterooms exempt from measure-
ment,

10
States, health laws, effect of_

214
inspection laws, effect of_

157
offenses punishable by, committed

on territory forming boundaries
of.--

395
Status of vessels, Shipping Board

vessels subject to suits.-- (S) 454 (9)
Shipping Board vessels immune
from arrest or seizure.

376 (1)
See also Suits in admiralty.
Statute of limitations, offenses of
seamen...

68
Statutes at Large, repealed provi-
sions of

(T)506 (643, 644)
Statutes repealed and substituted
sections

518
Statutes, tables of, induded in this
volume

513
Statute of limitations. See Limi.

tation.

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Statutes of limitation, suit for pay-
ment of money -

($)463 (30)
Statutes of limitations, under ad-
miralty act

377 (5)
Steam pressure in boilers-

100
Steam registers secured by inspec-
tors

100
Steam vessel, certificate of inspec-
tion

129
definition of. 93, 266, 278, 291, 297
general pilot laws.

143
inspection of

93, 94, 129
inspection of hulls and equip-
ment

79
licenses of officers on.

38
name to be marked.
passenger act of 1882

135-142
See also Distress, etc., signals ;

Lights ; Steering rules ; Vessel.
Steamboat, accommodations for crew
on Mississippi River.

13
ownership on river or bay------- 4

See also Vessel.
Steamboat Inspection Service, de-
tail of officers of, to board.--

(S) 453 (4)
duties, organization, powers.

419
exempt from

, ap-
proval of regulations by board

Page.
Suits for penalties, limitation of.

(T)505 (621)
Suits in admiralty act

376 379
arbitration, compromise, and set-
tlement of claims

378 (9)
inconsistent acts repealed.. 379 (13)
in personam action authorized.- 376 (2)
in rem action if libellant elects. 377 (3)
law and procedure as in private
actions

376 (3)
limitations and exemptions as for
private_vessels-

377 (6)
Panama Railroad Co. excepted.-- 376
private vessels immune for acts
in Government service-

377 (4)
public vessels and cargo immune
from arrest or seizure -

376
report of suits, awards and claims
settled

379(12)
salvage services.

378 (10)
statute of limitations.

377 (5)
stipulations and bond.

377 (3,7)
vessels and cargo immune in for-
eign countries..

377 (6)
Suits in admiralty against United

States. See Suits in admiralty

act.
Suits in personam, mortgagee may
bring in admiralty-

(M) 483(N)
Suits in rem, admiralty suit in rem
for foreclosure maritime lien.

(M) 482 (K)
libellants may elect under suits in
admiralty act

377 (3)
vessels immune from seizure or ar-

rest in stipulations not
quired.--

376 (3)
vessels sold, in admiralty by, title
free of liens.-.

(M)483 (Oc)
vessels not to be sold in, to for-
eigners

(M)483 (od)
Summary sale of seized property--

(T) 502 (612)
Summary trials of offenders..

389
Sunday observance on vessels.

74
Sundays. See Lading and unlading.
Sunken merchandise, recovery--

172
Sunken vessel, marking and remov-
ing

317, 321
Superintendent Coast and Geodetic
Survey-

436
Supervising Inspector General, com-

plement of officers and crew, ap-
peals to

98
powers and duties.

419
rules to prevent collisions estab-
lished by

280, 285
to approve crew accommodations

on Mississippi River steam-
boats

13
towing regulations for barges to
be prescribed by-

81
Supervising inspectors, boiler speci-

fications to be approved by --- 102
collisions, to establish rules to
prevent

280,
285, 292, 293, 298, 300
decisions to be reviewed by.

96
dismantled vessels, may exempt.. 79
duties relating to life-saving ap-
pliances--

103, 104, 105
equipment to be approved by- 80, 97
lights on rafts, etc., to prescribe- 281
lights on vessels, to regulate---- 292,

293, 298
navigation rules to be prescribed

(M) 473 (19)
Shipping Board vessels subject to.

93(S) 454 (9)
suspend master's license for fail-

ure to exhibit documents. (M)481 (J)
Steamship lines. See Transporta-

tion lines.
Steamship lines, board establish new
routes

(M) 469 (7)
Steerage passenger, definition (see
also Immigrants)

135
Steering gear, space for, exempt
from measurement..

14
Steering rules, Great Lakes and trib-
utaries.-

294
inland waters--

284
international waters.

274
western rivers

299
Stevedores, maritime lien of.. (M)480 (F)

made preferred lien.------ (M) 483 (M)
Stikine River trade.

206
Stolen property, penalty for receiv-
ing

395
Storage. See Bonded warehouses.
Storage of sails, space for, deducted
from gross tonnage--

15
Stores. See Cargo.
landed as imported merchandise.

(T)491 (446)
omitted from manifest.

(T) 488

(432, 584)
retained on board.

(T) 491 (446)
sea and ships'.--

(T)488 (432)
transferred to another vessel -

(T)491 (446)
Storing of property, practices con-
nected with, must be

reason-
able..

(S) 459 (17, 18)
Storm signals, display of

305
Stowaways, officers of vessels mot
responsible for..

46
Submarine cables, protection of

403
Subpoena duces tecum---- 162(S) 462 (27)
Subports, list of

443
Subsidy act, ocean mail.

227
Substantial compliance-

165
Sugar, cargo destined for orders

(T)487 (431)
manifest in coasting trade. 181, 182, 185
required on vessels

85
time limit for unlading (T)494 (458)
Suits, against Shipping Board ves-
sels

(S) 454 (9)
brought within one year--- (S)463 (30)
brought in district where defend-
ant resides-

76
other than for payment of money

(S) 462 (29)
venue and procedure in---- (S) 463 (31)

296
powers and duties

131, 419 422
secrecy regarding information.

131
Supervisor of New York Harbor,
duties

325329
Supplies, customs officers..

418
foreign vessels, coastwise.

371
lien on vessel.

373(M) 484 (P)
sale of, authorized.

(M)472 (13)
vessels exempt from eustoms and
internal-revenue duties on.-

172
who may create lien ---- (M) 484(P)

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