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302.90 Carrabelle River and Apalachicola River, Fla.—Pilot Rules for Western Rivers are to be followed in Carrabelle River inside Carrabelle River Entrance Light 2; and in Apalachicola River northward to Outer Light at the east side of the entrance to the dredged channel leading into the river.

302.95 Sounds, lakes, and harbors on the coasts of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana from Mobile Bay, Ala., to Barataria Bay, La., including the Delta of the Mississippi River. Starting from a point which is located 1 mile, 90° true, from Mobile Point Lighthouse, a line drawn to Mobile Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy; thence to Ship Island Lighthouse; thence to Chandeleur Lighthouse. A line drawn from the southwesternmost extremity of Errol Island to Pass a Loutre Lighted Whistle Buoy 2.

302.100 Mobile and Mississippi Rivers.-Pilot Rules for Western Rivers are to be followed in Mobile River above Choctaw Point; and also in Mississippi River inside South Pass Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy and Southwest Pass Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy.

302.105 Sabine Pass, Tex.-Inland Rules are to be followed northward of Sabine Pass Lighted Whistle Buoy, in Sabine Pass and all tributary waters.

302.110 Galveston Harbor.--A line drawn from Galveston North Jetty Light to Galveston Bar Lighted Whistle Buoy; thence to Galveston (S.) Jetty Lighthouse.

302.115 Brazos River, Tex.-Inland Rules are to be followed in the river and in the entrance inside of Brazos River Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy.

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302.120 Juan de Fuca Strait, Washington and Puget Sounds.A line drawn from Angeles Point International Boundary Reference Mark, Washington, to Hein Bank Lighted Bell Buoy; thence to Lime Kiln Light; thence to Kellett Bluff Light; thence to Turn Point Light on Stuart Island; thence to westernmost extremity of Skipjack Island; thence to Patos Island Light; thence to Point Roberts Light.

302.125 Columbia River Entrance.-A line drawn from the west end of the north jetty (above water) to South Jetty Bell Buoy 28.

302.130 San Francisco Harbor.-A straight line from Bonita Point Lighthouse drawn through Mile Rocks Lighthouse to the shore.

302.135 San Pedro Bay.-A line drawn from Los Angeles Harbor Lighthouse through the axis of the new breakwater and extended in a straight line to the shore of Long Beach,

302.140 San Diego Harbor.-A line drawn from the southerly tower of the Coronado Hotel to Outside Bar Lighted Bell Buoy 1SD; thence to Point Loma Lighthouse.

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MOTORBOAT ACT OF APRIL 25, 1940

AN ACT TO AMEND LAWS FOR PREVENTING COLLISIONS OF VESSELS, TO REGU

LATE THE EQUIPMENT OF CERTAIN MOTORBOATS ON THE NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

Motorboat defined; inspection

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the word "motorboat” where used in this Act shall include every vessel propelled by machinery and not more than sixty-five feet in length except tugboats and towboats propelled by steam. The length shall be measured from end to end over the deck, excluding sheer: Provided, That the engine, boiler, or other operating machinery shall be subject to inspection by the local inspectors 1 steam vessels, and to their approval of the design thereof, on all said motorboats, which are more than forty feet in length, and which are propelled by machinery driven by steam.

Classes of motorboats

SEC. 2. Motorboats subject to the provisions of this Act shall be divided into four classes as follows:

Class A. Less than sixteen feet in length.
Class 1. Sixteen feet or over and less than twenty-six feet in length.
Class 2. Twenty-six feet or over and less than forty feet in length.

Class 3. Forty feet or over and not more than sixty-five feet in length.

Lights SEC. 3. Every motorboat in all weathers from sunset to sunrise shall carry and exhibit the following lights when under way, and during such time no other lights which may be mistaken for those prescribed shall be exhibited :

(a) Every motorboat of classes A and 1 shall carry the following lights: First. A bright white light aft to show all around the horizon.

Second. A combined lantern in the fore part of the vessel and lower than the white light aft, showing green to starboard and red to port, so fixed as to throw the light from right ahead to two points abaft the beam on their respective sides.

(b) Every motorboat of classes 2 and 3 shall carry the following lights:

First. A bright white light in the fore part of the vessel as near the stem as practicable, so constructed as to show an unbroken light

1 Local inspectors have been abolished by order of the Commandant, U. S. Coast Guard, and are replaced by Officers in Charge, Marine Inspection.

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