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Penalty, tug, foreign, towing in
coasting trade

187
undermanning of vessel-

76, 98
United States, discrimination
against products of.

150
unlading, unlawful.--

(T)492

(449, 453, 586 )
unlicensed officer, employment of. 38
unseaworthy vessels, sending to
sea

79
vessel, departure without obtain-
ing clearance

155
vessel, transfer to alien, change of

trade, or having forged or al-
tered license-

188
wages and effects of deceased sea-

men, master, and shipping com-
missioner.

62
wireless equipment, failure to pro-
vide

337, 338
wages, failure to pay seaman's,
when due

54
watchmen on vessels, failure to
provide

122
water, neglect to provide--

83
weights on board, failure to pro-
vide

85
wireless equipment, sailing with
insufficient.

337, 338
wrecks, violating provisions con-
cerning

233
yacht engaging in trade_
See also Canada ; Coasting trade

Crew; Crimes; Forfeitures
Frontiers ; License; Liquors
Livestock; Mexico; Name and
nature of offenses; Remission;
Summary trials; Trade; Unlad-

ing.
Pensions to licensed officers.

38
Perico Island, possession authorized. 362
Perishable property, disposition of

seizure and proceeds- (T) 502 (612)
Perjury, licensed officer.

40
to secure registry -

3, 20, 21
prosecution for, committed in tes-
tifying

(S)462 (28)
See also Penalty.
Permit, land cargo in another port
or district

(T)490 (442, 445)
land stores

(T)488 (432)
penalty for failure to obtain

(T)491 (445)
lade or unlade at night.-- (T)492 (450)
touch at foreign ports,

179
unlading and lading -- (T) 491 (447. 453)
vessels to ischarge cargo---- (T) 494

(459, 460)
Person. See Definitions.
“ Persons subject to act " enumer -
ated

(S) 451 (1)
Personal injuries, railway employ-

ees' act extended to seamen--- 76
seamen given right of action at

law with trial by jury for--- 76
suits to be in district where de-
fendant resides

76
Petroleum, transportation of ----

125
use as fuel.

124
See also Explosives.
Philippine Commission, ratification
of creation of

199
Philippine Islands, administration of
immigration laws

225
aid to nautical schools.

357
coastwise laws extended to island
territories and possessions (

M474 (21)
collector of customs, to issue pro-

visional certificates of registry-
destitute seamen in.

61
duties on imports..

201
Government of. authorized to

make rules and regulations gov-

erning shipping--- (M)474 (21)
money equivalents.

201

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Philippine Islands, radio communi-

cation act not applicable to---- 345
registered foreign-built vessels

may engage in trade.
special provisions concerning--- 136,

200, 201
tonnnge tax on Philippine vessels. 146

See also Insular territory:
Piers, obstructing navigation (see

also Public works; German Port
facilities)

314, 320
Pierheads on northern and north-
western lakes, marking--

304
pilot boat, exempt from forecastle

law (see also Lights on ves-
sels)-

13
Pilot-house signals-

121
Pilot laws, general..

143
Pilot rates, discrimination forbid-
den.

143
Pilot rules. See Rules of the road.
Pilots, apprentices to be admitted to
pilot houses by---

132
examination for color blindness. 37
exempt from militia duty--

41
general laws.--

143
masters or mates acting as..

40
supervision over Hawaiian..

192
See
also Licensed

officers;
censes; Officers'.
Piracy, crimes deemed, and laws to
suppress.

399
Place of registry--

20
Place of trial for Federal offenses.- 391
Plague. See Health.
Plea, general issue, by customs of-
ficer

161
Pleasure boats. See Motor boats ;

Yachts.
Pleuropneumonia. See Livestock.
Plundering vessel or cargo---

397
Pollution of navigable waters.

303
Pooling agreements filed with the
board

(S)458 (15)
Poop, method of measuring-

11
Pork. See Livestock; Meat prod-

ucts.
Port and harbor facilities. See Ger-

man port facilities.
Port of documentation, bills of sale,

mortgages, conveyances, etc., to
be recorded at..

(M) 478 (Ca)
maritime liens may be recorded
at-

(M) 480(G)
mortgages to be indorsed on ship's
documents at -

(M)479 (Da)
notice of discharge of mortgage to
be filed at

(M)480(G)
record at former port of docu-

mentation must be furnished
before bill of sale, mortgage,

etc., are recorded at new. (M) 481 (HC)
Porto Rico, destitute seaman in.--- 61
manifests in trade with..

157
merchandise exempt from internal-
revenue tax

195
special provisions concerning----- 195

See also Insular territory.
Ports, clearance at, on Lake Cham-
plain----

166
definition

7, 20, 165
foreign and coasting trade, inves-
tigation of

(M)470 (8)
immediate transportation.- (T)496 (552)
investigation to determine cause
of congestion at--

(M)470 (8)
list of customs, and districts-

443
vessels must enter at. (T) 491 (447)
water-borne commerce, regions and

zones, development of_- (M)470 (8)
See also Foreign ports; Home

port.
Posse comitatus, right of officer to
call.

161
Possessions of United States, coast-

wise laws extended to---- (M)474 (21)

re-

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Postal Service, board to establish
new routes for --

(M)469 (7)
Postmaster General may contract

for carrying mail on new
routes

(M)469 (7)
Post entry, articles omitted from
manifest

(T)489 (440, 584)
copy for Comptroller General or

comptroller of customs. (T)489 (440)
Postal subsidy act..

227
Posting notice of trial. See Pro-

cedure.
Posting of dumping regulations.-- 315
Posting of health regulations.

210
Posting of immigration laws by
steamship companies.

222
Posting of muster roll..

118
Posting of passenger act.

139
Postmaster General, ocean mail con-
tracts by-

2(M)469 (7, 24)
Post Office Department, mails to be

carried on American documented
and built vessels.-

(M)475 (24)
Postmaster General and board to

fix compensation for---- (M)475 (24)
Postmaster General authorized to

enter into contracts for- (M)475 (24)
See also Ocean mail service.
Potomac River, obstructions in.

323
Practice of common carriers must

be just and reasonable----- (S)459 (18)
Preamble, merchant marine act 1920

(M)467 (1)
Preferences, giving of undue or un-

reasonable, unlawful.- (S) 459 (16)
Preferred maritime liens. (M)483(M)

See also Maritime liens.
Preferred mortgage-

(M)479 (D)
acknowledgment-

(M)481 (Hb)
act not applicable to existing or

future mortgage on a mortgaged
vessel_

(M) 485 (U)
affidavit of good faith filed by
mortgagor

(M)479 (Da3)
amount and date of maturity in-
dorsed on marine document.. (M)479

(Dc3)
assignment to alien of rights un-

der, must be approved. (M)483 (OD)
collector must record certificate
of discharge--

(M)480(Gab)
collector must record lien upon
vessel covered by

- (M)480 (Ga)
collector must furnish copies and
permit inspection of records_-

(M)481 (1)
court not to sell vessel to alien. (M)483

(0e)
date and time indorsed on marine

document when the indorsement
was made

(M) 479 (Da2)
document with preferred mortgage

indorsement not surrendered

without approval.- (M)483(0a)
fees for indorsing preferred mort-

(M)481(I)
foreclosure by suit in rem in ad-
miralty

(M)482(K)
indorsement must be transferred
to new marine document----- (M) 479

(Dd2)
interest may be at any agreed
rate -

(M)481(Hd)
lienor must file certificate of dis-
charge

(M) 480 (Ga)
liens for repairs, supplies, or other
necessaries

(M) 484 (P)
may include more than one vessel

and other property---- (M)479 (Dde)
must be for whole vessel of not

less than 200 gross--- (M)479 (Da)
must be indorsed on marine docu-
ment-

(M)479) Dal)
must be indorsed by collector at

port of documentation or at his
request by collector where ves-
sel may be

(M)479 (Dd2)

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Preferred mortgage-Continued.
must be indorsed before clearance
issues.

(M) 479 (Dd2)
must be kept on board and exhib-
ited..

(M) 480(E)
must be recorded together with

date and time indorsed on ma-
rine document

(M)479 (Da2)
must not be recorded at new port

of documentation until receipt
of certified copy of record from
former port---

(M)481(c)
must not stipulate preferred status
is waived

(M)479 (Da 4)
mortgagee must be citizen. (M)479 (Da5)
mortgagee's interest not termi.

nated by forfeiture of ves-
sel

(M)483(Ob)
mortgagor must disclose exist-

ence of lien, prior mortgage,
etc

(M)480(F)
mortgagor must not incur other

liens before mortgage is
corded

(M)480(F2)
mortgagor must ile certificate of
discharge

(M)480 (Gb)
names of mortgagor and mortgagee

must be indorsed on marine doc-
ument

(M)479(DC)
notice by libellant to master or

person with recorded lien. (M)482(K)
notice, penalty for failure to
give

-(M)482(K2)
penalty for failure of collector to

perform duty properly--- (M)481(JC)
penalty for failure of mortgagor,

master, etc., to comply with
law

(M) 481 (Jabc)
persons who may create maritime
liens

(M)484 (Q, R)
preexisting claims terminated by

suit but reattach to pro-
ceeds--

(M)483(Mb)
priorities; preferred maritime

lien ; expenses, fees, costs; pre-

ferred mortgage lien.. (M)483(Mb)
receiver, appointment of, to op-
erate vessel.

(M)482(L)
repealing subsection

(M)485(X)
sale by suit in rem for enforce-

ment of maritime lien frees ves-

sel of preexisting claims. (M)483(Oc)
sale by suit in rem, purchaser

must give mortgagee new mort.
gage

(M)483(OC)
Secretary of Commerce to make

regulations governing--- (M)485(W)
separate discharge amount in-

dorsed on marine document it
mortgage covers two vessels or
other than vessel property--- (M)479

(Def)
State statutes conferring liens su-
perseded.

(M)485(T)
suit in personam may be brought
upon default.

(M)483(N)
suit in rem not enforceable other

than on vessel property-- (M)483(Nb)
waiver of right to lien, rank, pri-

orities, etc., or to preferred

status not prevented.---- (M)484(S)
See also Mortgagee.
Prejudice, subjecting to undue or
unreasonable-

(S)459 (16)
Preliminary entry and unlading--- (T) 491

(448)
President of the United States,
adulterated food products.

252
Alaska, transit of merchandise in
bond through

207
authority conferred on, under

emergency shipping legislation

transferred to board---- (M)467 (2c)
authorized and directed to give no-

tice of termination of treaties
restricting right to impose_-- (M)485

(34)
Canal Zone_

362

of

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President of the United States, citi-

zenship of officers of vessels. 17, 37, 98
Coast and Geodetic Survey -

436
Coast Guard cutters.

237
coastwise laws extended to island

territories and possessions may
be postponed by.

(M) 474 (21)
Congress to be advised of failure

to secure equal privileges for
American vessels

(S)462 (26)
corporation in which United

States is interested, stock sale

must be approved by --- (S)455 (11)
export of munitions of war--- 350, 361
foreign mails

231, 232
Great Lakes-Atlantic Canal Com-
mission

370
Great Lakes water levels, com-
mission to determine..

371
hospital ships----

372
hospital for seamen.

71
international agreement relating
to dangers to navigation

303
jurisdiction over seamen-

72
Lighthouse Service

432
livestock and its products, inter-

state and foreign trade in.-- 245, 248
may take possession vessels
without notice

377 (4)

(S) 455 (10)
may transfer docks, etc., from War
or Navy to board.

(M)473 (17)
measurement of vessels.

17, 98
military schools, aid to-

357
neutrality laws.-

347, 350
New York Harbor, supervisor of_. 329
Panama Canal

362
Philippine Commission.

199
Philippine Islands

200
tariff for

201
piracy laws.

399
Porto Rico

195
private property at sea, exemption
from capture of

372
quarantine matters...

210, 212, 214
regattas and marine parades-

301
retaliation against foreign vessels
and products---

149–154
rules

and regulations affecting
shipping may be submitted to. (M)473

(19-2)
Saint Marys Falls Canal, free
passage through.-

151
Shipping Board appointed by - (S)452 (3)
ships and shipping property ac-
quired by, turned over to board.

(M) 468 (4)
tolls required

151
tonnage tax on foreign vessels-- 146, 147
vessels in distress and derelicts... 303
vessels required by other depart-

ment need not be turned over to
board by --

(M)468 (4)
war materials, export of..

361
war or national emergency to be
proclaimed by ..

(S)464 (37)
wrecks on Canadlan border.

234
See also Executive orders and

proclamations; For appointing
power; Titles of heads of bu-

reaus, etc.
Pribilof Islands, reservation of---- 206
seal fisheries of..

435
Price of vessels. See Sale or vessels.
Prince Edward Island. See British

North America.
Priority between maritime liens,
preferred maritime lien created

(M)483 (Ma)
preferred maritime liens to rank

preferred mortgages---- (M)483 (Mb)
preferred mortgages created_ (M)479 (D)
priority between preferred mari-

time liens unaffected. (M)483 (Oc)
priority between other maritime

liens, etc., unaffected. (M) 484 (S)
priorities may be waived ---- (M)484 (S)

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Privacy of steerage passengers---

139
Private aids to navigation.

434
Private property at sea, exemption
from capture

372
Private signals, registration.

305
Private use of Coast Guard cutter.. 238
Private vessels, board vessels not to

be given preference over, by

rules and regulations.- (M) 474 (1944)
immune from seizure or arrest for

acts committed in Government
service

377 (4)
suits in personam against United

States for acts committed in

Government service by -
Prize, may be registered -

1
Procedure, Canal Zone..

366
complaint of violation of act. (S) 461

(22, 23)
enforcement of fines, penalties, and
forfeitures.

67,
161, 189, 213, 314, 318, 387 (T) 488
(432, 436, 438–440, 445, 448, 153,
454, 459, 460, 462, 464-466, 581,

584-589, 594, 598-601, 616, 620.
orders of board regarding viola-

tions of shipping act---- (S) 461 (23)
other than criminal.

162
remission of penalty in Alaska.

206
sections relative to- (S) 461 (22-31)
suits in admiralty act, same as in
private suits

376 (3)
sults to enforce orders_- (S) 462 (29-31)
summary trials of offenders..

389
violations of health regulations- 209,

210, 213
Proceeds of fines, etc., disposition.-

182
Proceeds, bonds, charters, leases,

sales of stock or vessels (see also
Compilation of

appropriation
la ws)

(S) 456 (13)
Process, legal, disclosure of informa-
tion on.

(8)460 (20)
Proclamation, declaring war or
emergency ended..

(S) 466 (43)
extending coastwise laws to Philip.
pines-

(M)474 (21)
See also President ; Executive

orders.
Products, discriminations against
American

150
Propelling power, spaces for, exempt
from measurement.

15
Property, board authorized to sell

all, turned over to it---- (M)472 (13)
penalty for receiving stolen.

395
Prosecutions, evidence given in obe-

dience to subpæna--- (S) 462 (28)
perjury committed in testifying

(S) 462 (28)
Provisions, allowances and require-
ments concerning-

83
complaint of seaman..

53
for steerage passengers.

138
inspection of

81
legal scale for seaman.

70
seaman's right to, begins.-

55
See also Adulterated products ; Ra-

tion.
Prussia, reciprocal arrangement re-
garding tonnage tax.-

147
Public Health Service, detail of sur-

geons on Coast Guard vessels.- 238
fumigation of forecastles---

14
inspection of immigrants by of-
ficers of

219
organization, powers, and duties.- 422
physician to serve as surveyor.

81
quarantine regulations, authority
respecting

210, 214
rules and regulations need not be

approved by board---- (M) 473 (19-2)
See also Health.
Public notice to be given of offering
of vessels for sale, charter, etc. (S) 455

(11)

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Publication of reports of investiga-
tions, hearings, etc-

(S) 461 (24)
Public vessels, arbitration, compro
mise settlement, etc.-

378 (9)
authorized to collect salvage.-- 378 (10)
auxiliary naval cruisers.

228
awards to be to board's credit.- 378 (10)
detail to schools and naval militia

357, 358
exempt from entry----- (T)489 (441)
foreign built, authorized to engage

in coastwise trade----- (M)475 (22)
immune from arrest or seizure-- 376 (1)
inland waterways, Government-
owned boats on---

385
lights on.

273, 282, 287, 293, 299
not to be given preference over

private vessels by rules and
regulations

(M) 474 (1944)
piracy laws, enforcement of, by - 399
regattas to be policed by -

301
rules of the road on western rivers
applicable to

299
sponge-fishing laws, enforcement
of, by ----

372
transportation of supplies for

371
vessels acquired by or from board
may engage in coastwise trade

(M)477 (27)
See also Cable; Coast Guard cut-

ters; Suits in admiralty act.
Public works, control of Hawaiian.. 192
impairing---

316, 318
improvement of Philippine Islands_ 204
Porto Rico

196
protection of

361
See also Bureau of Lighthouses.
Publication, health regulations.

211
list of United States vessels.

411
log-floating regulations

317
seizures by revenue officers. (T) 501

(603-609)
selection of quarantine grounds. 215
Pumps, fire

121
Punishment. See Penalty.
Purchase agreement. See Sale of vessels.
Purchase price, deferred payments

limited to 10 years in sale of

vessels to foreigners---- (M) 469 (6)
interest charged to foreigners on
vessels

(M)469 (6)
sale of vessels to be taken into con-
sideration in-

(M)468 (5)
Purchase of vessels, aliens, author-
ized (see also Sale of vessels)- (M)468

(5)
Pare food. See Food products.

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Railways, street, sale of, authorized
(see also Transportation lines)

(M)472 (13)
Range lights, interference with 305
Rank. See Priority of maritime

liens.
Rape, offense and punishment.

392
Rate emergency act, contracts and
rights under, to be carried out

(M) 467 (b)
Rates, agreements relative to, to be
filed with board.

(S) 458 (15)
effect of rates of common carriers

by rail on improvement of port
facilities

(M)470 (8)
filing of, may be required of all
subject to act.-

(S) 459 (18, 21)
island possessions and Philippines,

must be reasonable.. (M)474 (21)
maximum, may be established by
board

(S)459 (18)
must not be unjustly discrimina-

tory nor prejudicial to Ameri-
can exporter

(S)459 (17)
must not be increased without
consent of board--

(8)459 (18)
must be just and reasonable ; if

not, may be discontinued. ($)459 (18)
must be kept open to public in-
spection_

(S)459 (18)
obtaining reduced, by unfair de-
vice unlawful.-.

(S)459 (16)
reduced to drive out competitor

may not be increased. (S)460 (19)
reduced through rates with com-

mon carriers by water prohib-
ited unless property or passen-
gers are carried on American
vessels--

(M)477 (28)
Ration, Navy--

360
Readmeasurement of spaces, fees.-- 16
Rebates, companies discriminating

against American vessels de-
nied entry into United States
ports

(S)458 (15)
deferred rebate defined (S)457 (14)

giving of, prohibited.. ($)457) (14)
Rebellion, American vessel purchased

by alien during, can not be re-
nationalized

3
Receiving property, practices COD-
nected with to be reasonable.

(S)459 (17)
Receiving stolen property, offense
and punishment..

395
Receivers, when subject to act.. (S)451
Receipts, issuance of, by carriers,
etc.

(S)459 (18)
reported by board to Congress--

(S) 456 (12)
sale, charter, etc., of vessels_ (S) 456 (13)
Recommendations of board, amend-

ing navigation laws--- (S) 456 (12)
discriminations by foreign Govern-
ments.

(S) 462 (26)
means of developing American
merchant marine-

(S)456 (12)
Reconditioning of vessels, author-
ized.

(M)472 (12)
Record, penalty for falsifying-

36
Record of American - built vessel
owned by alien----

33
Record of bill of sale, conveyance,

mortgage, lien, etc., knowledg-
ment.

25 (M)481(Hb)
affidavit to be filed..

(S)465 (40)
collector of customs at port of

documentation to make_ * 25 (M)478(C)
See also Mortgage; preferred mort-

gage.
discharge of mortgage, record of
certificate of..

(M) 480 (Gb)
fees..

(M) 481(I)
Index must show names of vessel

and parties, interest, date of re.
ception, amount, and date of ma-
turity--

25 (M)478 (Cb)
interest of parties must be shown.

(M)481 (H)

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Radio communication, definition--- 344
equipment of vessels -

337
licenses for stations.

338
Panama Canal stations-

364
regulations governing-

340-344
Radio stations, Government owned,
for public use---

346
Railroads, investigation to coordi-

nate water and rail transporta-
tion

(M)470 (8)
reduced rates with common car-

riers by water engaged in foreign
commerce not to be given by,
unless property or passengers
are carried on American ves-
sels---

(M)477 (28)
Interstate Commerce Commission
may suspend this provision-

(M)477 (28)
Railway employees, laws relating to

damages for death or personal
injury of, extended to seamen--- 76

ml

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Record of bill of sale, recorded in

order of reception. 25 (M)479(Cb)
record must show date and time
of reception--

25(M)479 (Cb)
Record of preferred mortgage raca
knowledgment

(M)480 (Hb)
clearance withheld until mortgage

discharge is indorsed--- (M) 480(Gb)
discharge of lien, certificate re-
corded

(M) 480(G)
discharge of mortgage, facts in-
dorsed on marine document--

(M) 480 (Gb)
fees---

(M) 481 (I)
index must show names of vessel

and parties, interest, date of re-
ception, amount, and date of ma-
turity-

25 (M)478(Cb)
lien on vessel covered by preferred

mortgage to be recorded. (M)480(G)
must be for whole vessel of not

less than 200 gross--- (M)479 (Da)
must be recorded in order of re-
ception.-

(M)478(Cb)
must be recorded by collector
at port of documentation---

(M) 478 (Ca)
must be recorded where vessel

is, if so directed by collector
at port of documentation---

(M)479(Dd2)
must not be for more than one

vessel, or for other than ves-

sel property unless--- (M)479 (Def)
must not be recorded at new

port of documentation unless
certified record is furnished

from former port----- (M)481 (HC)
must show interests of

par-
ties.

(M)481(H)
must not stipulate that mort-
gagee waives preferred status.

(M)479 (Da4)
mortgagee must be a citizen.

(M)479 (Da5)
record must show date and time

mortgage was indorsed on ma-
rine document

(M)479 (Da2)
See also Preferred mortgage.
Red River of the North and tribu-
taries, rules of the road on..

296
Reexport, bond of cargo for- (T)490 (442)
Refund, certain Philippine taxes. 201, 202
discriminating duties

2
tonnage tax.

2, 148
See also Remission.
Refusal, accept cargo, penalty
for.

(S)464 (36)
clearance, of to vessel in certain
cases

142(S) 464

(36) (M)480 (Gb)
space accommodations, of by way
of retaliation

(S)457 (14)
Refusals of officers, licenses, record
of..

422
Regattas and marine parades, spe-

cial rules for..
Register.

See Certificate of reg-
istry; Registry.
Register of seamen.-

41
Register tonnage. See Net tonnage.
Registered vessel. See Vessel.
Registered vessels included in docu-
mented

(M)478(B)
Registry, admission of foreign built
vessels to

(S) 454 (9)
admission of vessels acquired from
board to

(S) 454 (9)
Hawaiian vessels.--

191
“ document to include_ (M)478(B)
law, offenses against

36
seizure for violation of_

181
Philippine vessels

200
place of

20
Porto Rico vessels -

195
provisional certificates_
vessels admissible to.

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Registry, vessels documented until

surrender of, approved.-- (S) 466 (42)
vessels not requiring-

4
vessels, transfer to alien. (S) 454 (9)
wreeks repaired in United States
shipyards

3
See also Certificate of registry ;

Procedure.
Registry of immigrants.

226
Regulations, board may prescribe
just and reasonable-

-(S) 454

(9, 17,18) (M)473 (19)
general

(T) 505 (623)
Rehearing, allowed by board_-'($)461 (25)
operates as suspension of order

(S) 461 (25)
Relanding of exported goods unlaw-
ful

-(T)499(589)
Release of seized property--

(T)503

(614, 618)
Reliquidation of duties. See Duties.
Remanufacture in lieu of sale---- (T)502

(611)
Remedies, injuries caused by viola-
tion of the act or an order -(S) 461

(22, 29)
Remission of fines and penalties. 2,

5, 23, 28, 148(T)504 (618)
general provisions

239
procedure in Alaska.

206
Removal of bonded merchandise, un-
lawful

(T)499 (598)
Removal of cargo for quarantine
purposes

214
Removal of causes, action of, under
suits in admiralty act.

376 (2)
Removal of customhouse during epi-
demic

215
Removal of master by owner-

40
Renewal. See Certificate of regis-

try; Enrollment and license; Li-
censed oficers ; Licenses; Meas-

urement of vessels.
Repair of vessels authorized. (M)472 (12)
Repairs to vessel, duties on-

173
furnisher of, may waive lien. (M)484 (S)
furnishing of, to constitute mari.
time lien.

(M) 484 (P)
material for, exempt from duty. 171

persons who may create lien. (M)484(P)
Repealing provisions, accrued rights
and liabilities.

(T) 506 (641)
general repeal.-

(T) 507 (644)
Revised Statutes and statutes at
large

(T)506 (642, 643)
Reports, altering, destroying, or
falsifying

(S) 460 (21)
arbitration awards, settlement of
claims, etc.

379 (12)
discrimination by foreign govern-
ments

(S) 462 (26)
failure to leasc or charter ves-
sels

(S) 455 (11)
receipts, expenditures, and status

of vessel mortage loans.-- (S) 456 (12)
violations of law

(T)501 (605)
Rescuing shipwrecked seamen, award
for-

356
Resisting officer, penalty -

36
Retaliation, companies discriminat-
ing against American vessels by-

(S) 458 (15)
discriminations against American
vessels and products-

149, 150
Revenue Cutter Service. See Coast

Guard.
Revenue

laws,

compensation for
seizing violators of (T) 505 (619)
libel to recover penalty for viola-
tion---

(T)499 (594)
taxes on motor boats

264
See also Procedure.
Revenue officers. See Customs off-

cers.
Revenues, Philirgine.-.

200
Revised Statutes, repealed sections

(T)506 (642)
table of, included in this compi-
lation

508

301

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