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REVISED STATUTE SECTIONS AND ACTS OF CONGRESS REPEALED BY THE ADMINIS-

TRATIVE PROVISIONS OF THE TARIFF ACT OF SEPTEMBER 21, 1922.

Date.

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Statutes.

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sections.

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Repealed sections and acts.

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439
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441

487 R. S., 2775, 2795, 2806, 2807, 3098.
487 R. S., 2797.
488 R, S., 2774.

R. S., 2588, 2589, 2590, 2772, 2832, 2833, 2836.
488 R. S., 4209.
488 R. S., 4210.
489 R. S., 2790.
489 R. S., 4211.
489 Mar. 2, 1895, sec. 9.
489 R. S., 2887.
489 R. S., 2791, 3123.
489 R. S., 2776, 2777, 2778, 2779, 2782, 2783.
490 R. S., 2780, 2808.
490

442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
523
551
552
553
554
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
594
593
599
600
601
602
603

R. S., 2781.
490 R. S., 2784.
491 R. S., 2797, 2798.
491 | R. S., 2770.
191 R. S., 2771, 2869, 3121, 3128, 3129, Feb. 13, 1911, sec. 2.
491 R. S., 2870, 2882, 2883, 2884, 2891, 2892, 2893, 2894, 2896.
492 | R. S., 2872, 3120, Feb. 13, 1911, secs. 1, 3.
492 Feb. 13, 1911, sec. 3.
492 R. S., 3035, Feb. 13, 1911, sec. 4.
492 R. S., 2873, 2874.
493 R. S., 2834, 2875, 2876, 2877, 3069, 3070.
493 R. S., 2878, 2879.
493 R. S., 2880, 2969.
493 R. S., 2966.
494 R.S., 2881.
494 R.S., 3095, 3096, 3097, 3098, 3121.
494 R. S., 3099.
494 R. S., 3100.
494 R. 8., 3101.
495 R. S., 3102, 3103.
495 R. S., 3104.
495 R. S., 3104.
495

R. S., 3114, 3115.
173
496 R. S., 3001, Feb. 2, 1899, June 10, 1880, secs. 1, 2.
496 Feb. 23, 1887, June 10, 1880, secs. 3, 5, 6, 7, 9.
496 R. S., 3005, Oct. 3, 1913, sec. III, CC.
496

R. S., 3006, 3007.
497 R. 8., 3059, 3060, 3067.
497 R. S., 3064.
497 R. S., 2811, 2812, 2813.
497 R. S., 2809, 2810, 2814, 2815, 2887.
498

R. S., 2773.
498 R, S., 2867, 2868, 2873.
498 R.S., 2797
499 R. S., 3110.
499 R. S., 3008, 3049.
499 R. S., 3063, 3088, Feb. 8, 1881.
499 R. S., 2986, 2998, 3070, 3105, 3106.
499 R. S., 2638, June 10, 1890, sec. 27, Oct. 3, 1913, sec. III. B.
500 R. S., 2637.
500 Oct. 3, 1913, sec. III, AA.
500

R. S., 3086, June 22, 1874, sec. 15.
501 R. S., 3083, 3084.
501
501 R. S., 3074.
501 R.S., 3074.
501 R. S., 3075.
501 R. S., 3076.
502 R. S., 3077.
502
502
502 R. S., 3080.
502 R.S., 3078, 3079, 3090.
503 R. S., 3081.
503 Oct. 3, 1913, sec. III, T.
504 June 22, 1874, sec. 19.
504
504 R. S., 5292, 5293, June 22, 1874, secs. 17, 18, 20.
504 June 22, 1874, secs. 3, 4, 6.
505 June 22, 1874, sec. 7.
505 June 22, 1874, sec. 22.
505
505
505
506

605
506
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
641
642

643
644-7

506
506
507

ALPHABETICAL INDEX.

[Explanation : 1, the page number is not in parentheses; 2, the number or letter in

parentheses, immediately following the page number, indicates the section or subsection
on that page ; 3, the letter S, M, or T in parentheses, indicates that the page number
which it precedes is in the Shipping, Merchant Mariné, or Tariff Act in the Appendix,
p. 451, 467, or 487.]

407

61

Page.
Abandonment of seaman.

397
Abatement of claim.-- (T)504 (616, 618)
Able seaman (see also Seaman)

75
Abutments, bridge, obstructing navi-
gation.-

320
Accidents, officers of vessels re-
port

-131, 233, 234
Accommodation, special agreement
relative to

(S)458 (15)
Accommodations for, crew.-- 13, 14, 80, 86
passengers.

79, 135, 141
Accrued rights and liabilities

(T)506 (641)
Actions, limitation of (see also Ap-

peal; Protest; Suits (T) 505 (621)
Acts, table of, included in this com-
pilation

508
Adjacent countries. Sce Contiguous

countries.
Adjustment, claims, discrimination in

(S) 457 (14)
traffic accounts.

(S) 460 (20)
Admeasurement (see also Measure-

ment)
Administrative offices.
Admiralty, action in personam in,

authorized on default of mort-
gage

(M)483 (N)
court may appoint receiver to op-

erate vessel, in preferred lien
foreclosure

(M) 482(L)
court may provide for discharge

of mortgage vessel on judicial
sale

(M)479 (DE)
foreclosure of mortgage maritime

liens by admiralty suits in
rem

(M) 482(K)
jurisdiction of suits to foreclose

mortgage maritime liens. (M)482(K)
new mortgage to be given when

vessel covered by preferred

mortgage is sold by--- (M)483(Oe)
not to sell vessels to foreigners

without board consent.. (M)483 (Oe)
sale of vessel to give title free
of liens

(M)483 (Oc)
stipulations not authorized for

public vessels except in foreign
countries

376 (3,7)
suits in personam against United
States authorized

376 (2)
See also Suit in admiralty act.
Admission of vessels to American

registry for coastwise trade. (S) 454 (9)
Adulterated products, interstate or

foreign trade in (see also Live-
stock)

241, 251
Advance wages

58
Advantage, giving of undue or un-
reasonable

(S) 459 (16)
Advertising, mail contracts- 227, 231

notice of trial. See Procedure.
Agency of Government, rules and
regulations of, relating to ship-
ping must be

approved by
board..

(M)473 (19-2)
51433°-23- -34

Page.
Agent, oath on issue of enrollment
or license

31
oath on registry of vessel.

21
See

also Seal agents; Special
agents.
Agreement, fishermen.

50
foreign trade

44
not before shipping commissioner. 49
seamen (see also Shipping arti-
cles).

48
Agreement to relieve owner of lia-
bility-

91
Agreements, arrangements (confer-
ence, oral agreement, understand-
ing)

(S) 458 (15)
entered into, under emergency

shipping legislation.. (S) 452 (2)
Aids to navigation (see also Naviga-
tion)--

303
Air for steerage passengers--

137
Air and light space, exempt from
measurement.

15
Alaska, crimes and penalties--

207
coastwise trade with, limited to
American vessels.

(M)477 (27)
destitute seaman in
licenses and charges in, special-- 205
manifest in trade with

157
remission of penalty incurred in. 206
seal agents, appointment and du-
ties

435
seal fisheries.

206, 435
special provisions concerning

205 (M)477 (27)
Alien, defined in merchant marine
act.-

(M) 486 (37)
may own steamboat on river or
bay

4
naturalization of, as seaman -

41
prohibited from ownership in ves-
sel of United States

2, 20
record of American-built
owned by

33
sale of vessel to-

26
service as officer

37
tonnage taxes on vessel of-

147
transfer of vessel to.

188
See also Head tax; Immigrants ;

Immigration.
Aliens, excluded from admission to
United States.

221
readmission of_.

220
sale of vessels to, authorized (M)469 (6)
Allotment of wages.

58
Allotments of appropriations-

438
Alteration of marine documents..

36
Altering reports, records, memo-
randa, etc

(S) 460 (21)
American-built vessels, coastwise

trade via foreign port limited
to.---

(M)477 (27)
not to depart until documented

(S) 464 (37e)
ocean mail service to be carried

(M)475 (24)
registration unrestricted

519

vesse!

on.

)

Page.
American Bureau of Shipping, Gov-

ernment agencies directed to
recognize---

(M)476 (25)
list of merchant vessels to indi-

cate vessels classified by- (M)476 (25)
Shipping Board vessels to be clas-

sified and surveyed by (M)476 (25)
American registry, foreign-built ves-
sels admitted to.

(S) 454 (9)
vessels acquired from board to be

operated only under----- (S) 454 (9)
vessels entitled to.

1
vessels of, not to be transferred
without approval of board.--

(S) 464 (376)
American seaman. See Seaman.
American shipyards, controlling in-

terest in, not to be transferred to
foreign interest.

(S) 464 (37b)
American vessel. See Vessel.
American vessels, coastwise trade
limited to

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

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

(M)477 (28)
Ammunition. See Arms and ammu-

nition.
Anarchists, immigration prohibited. 221
Anchorage, authority to establish-
grounds_

215
quarantine

212
See also Obstructions to naviga-

tion.
Anchored vessels. See Fog signals ;

Lights on vessels.
Anchors, inspection of_

79
Animals. See Livestock.
Antiscorbutics,

vessel to be pro-
vided with

85
Antitrust laws, agreements approved

excepted from operation of_(S)458 (15)
marine insurance association ex-
empt from

(M)478 (29)
See also Sherman Act and Wilson

tariff law.
Appeal, customhouse brokers, for
revocation of license.

374
decisions of boards of inquiry, Im-
migration Service-

426
officer refused license.

96
revocation of certificate of inspec-
tion.

97
Appeals, authorized in suits in for-

eign countries against public
vessels

376 (3)
decrees under suits in admiralty
act

377 (7)
Appendix to certificate of registry- 16
Appraisement of property seized

161(T)501 (606, 607, 610)
immediate transportation goods

(T)496 (552)
Appraisers, appointment and finding

(S)455 (10)
Apprentices, form of account of..-- 69
general provisions concerning--- 44
ocean mail steamer.

229
pilots' or engineers'-

133
shipping commissioner to facili-
tate making--

42
See also Seaman.
Appropriations, construction, requi-

sitioning or purchasing vessels
out of net proceeds from opera-

tion and sale of vessels-- (M)472 (14)
enforcement of navigation laws.

374
paying decrees, judgments, awards,
etc., in foreign countries.

378(8)
limitations upon---

438
See also Separate compilation of

appropriation act.
Arbitration, claims coming within

the suits in admiralty act. 378 (9)
Arbitration before shipping com-
missioner

61

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Arms and ammunition, export of.. 361
sale to Alaskan Indians prohib-
ited

205
sale to Pacific Islanders prohib-
ited

361
seizure of.

380
vessels carrying, to belligerent--- 350

See also Piracy.
Army, enforcement of neutrality
laws by----

348, 349
officers of, assignment to canal

and waterways commissions.. 371
lighthouse districts.

433
coast surveying, by---

437
trasportation of supplies for.

371
transports for conveying merchan-
dise to Guam.-

375
Army transports, transfer of, to
board,

(S)454 (6)
Arrest of vessel to be stayed under
bond

92
Arrest, Shipping Board vessels jm-
mune from.

376 (1)
Arson, offense and punishment--

394
vessel in Alaska.

207
Articles, shipping (see also Ship-
ping articles) -

48
Assault, offense and punish-
ment.

36, 66, 392
Assignees, subject to the act. (S)452 (20)
Assignment of vessels, preference

to be given in, to citizens of

United States on new routes. (M) 469 (7)
Assistant inspectors. See Customs'

officers ; Local inspectors.
Associations, citizen, when.--- (S)452 (2)
defined in relation to marine in-
surance.

(M)478 (29)
included in term“ person

(S) 451
shipping act applies to which--- (S) 451

See also Corporations and partners.
Atlantic-Great Lakes Canal..

370
Atlantic and Pacific ports, shipping
articles--

44, 49
Attachment, public vessels immune
from

376 (1)
Attachment, wages and clothing ex-
empt from

59
Attorney. See Agent.
Attorney General, may arrange

stipulations in foreign litigation. 377 (7)
report of suits, etc., under suits
in admiralty act.

379 (12)
Attorneys, appointment of - (S) 453 (3)

employment authorized (S) 452 (3)
Auditing accounts of Shipping
Board

(S) 453 (4)
Automobiles on passenger vessels.. 123
Auxiliary naval cruisers.-

228
Bacon. See Meat products.
Baggage, contiguous countries, in-

spection of--- (T) 494 (461, 463, 582)
examination of. (T)494 (461, 462, 582)
forfeiture of.

(T) 495 (462)
immediate transportation. (T)496 (552)
lading of

(T) 492 (452)
permission to unload on Great
Lakes.

(T)491 (448, 460)
personal, sample and excess

(S)459 (18)
practice connected with carrying,

etc., must be reasonable. (S)459 (18)
registered vessels may touch at

foreign ports and take on--- 179
search of_

-161(T)497 (582)
transportation of, through United
States
to foreign countries

(T)493 (453, 454)
unlading of_

(T)491
(448, 450, 453, 461, 462)
Barges, accidents in open sea to
be reported.

234
equipment of passenger-carrying- 122
inspection, equipment, and re
quirements for navigation.-

80
lights on---

280
when not to be documented..

4

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Barratry, offense and punishmento. 397
Bathrooms for crew-

14
Bay, ownership of vessel on (see
also Inland waters) -

4
Beacons (see also Bureau of Light-
houses)

432
Beam, breadth of_

9
Beef. See Meat products.
Berths for seamen..

13
for steerage passengers-

136
Between decks, method of measur-
ing

12
Billing, false, to obtain lower rates
unlawful

Page.
Bonded merchandise. See Merchan-

dise.
Bonded warehouses in Philippines-- 204
Bonds and notes, United States,
vessels required to carry---

157
Bonds, Panama Canal, issuance of

$50,000,000 authorized.... (S)456 (13)
not required under suits in ad-
miralty act.

373 (3)
in suits against public vessels in
foreign countries.

377 (7)
Books, summons to produce..

162
See also Log books.
Bottom, measurement of double--- 13
Bottomry, lien by--

25
Boundary marks (see also Public
works)

316
Boundary, State, pilot on waters
forming

143
Branches of Government, vessels re-

quired by other, not turned over
to board.

(M)468 (4)
Branding, false (see also Adulter-
ated products)

251
Breach of duty (see also Penalty)-- 67
Breadth of vessel, how determined.. 11
Break, method of measuring-

11
Breakwater obstructing navigation -- 314
Bribery----

(T)500 (601)
Bribery and solicitation of bribes--- 34, 35
Bridges across navigable waters-- 309, 313
abutments, draws, piers,. spans,

etc., obstructing navigation-- 319, 320
British North America, consular fee

for certifying invoice for--- 176
discriminations against American

goods and vessels in ports and
waters of.

149, 152
vessels laden with products of.. (T) 491

(448)
See also Canada; Contiguous coun-

tries.
Brokers, licensing of customhouse-- 374
Build, change of

24
Builder's certificate-

19
Building of ships, board may com-

plete work begun under emergency
shipping act (see also Construc-
tion of ships---

(M) 467 (252)
Bulk cargo-

(T) 487 (431, 458)
Bulkheads, obstructing navigation. 314
water-tight-

103
See also Public works.
Bullion and coin, American vessels
required to carry-

157
Buoys, method of marking (see also

Bureau of Lighthouses; Public
works).

304
Burden of proof in actions of for-
feiture-

(T)504 (615)
Bureau of Lighthouses, organiza-
tions, powers and duties.

432
Bureau of Navigation, powers and
duties.

411
Burglary (see also Plundering). 397
Burning (see also Arson).

394
Butter, inspection and marking (see
also Livestock).

249

(S) 459 (16)
Bills of health, requirements as to-- 209
Bills of lading, fraudulent, in Alaska. 207
liability for loss or damage due

to negligence, etc., can not be
waived in

91
practice connected with issuance

must be reasonable--- (S)459 (18)
Bills of sale (see also Sale of vessels

and recording of bills of sale) - 25
transferee must file declarations

as to citizenship, etc---- (S)465 (40)
Births to be entered in log book.

86
Blank forms, etc. (see also Sup-
plies)

418
Board, United States Shipping, au-

thority and duties--- (S)452 (3)
creation of

(S) 452 (3)
means United States Shipping
Board in merchant marine act

(M)486 (37)
reasons for sale of vessels to

aliens must be recorded.-- (M)469 (6)
rules or regulations affecting ship-
ping must be approved by - (M) 473

(19_2)
See also Local inspectors; Su-

pervising inspectors ; Ship-

ping Board.
Boarding and search of vessel------ 141,

160, 161
Boarding officers, compensation and
subsistence of, between ports

(T) 493 (455)
exhibit of list and production of
crewed

47
inspection of inward manifest.. (T)497

(583)
may go on board vessels and ve-
hicles.-

(T)493 (454, 581)
penalty for neglect to produce
manifest.

(T)498 (584)
production of manifest to.. (T)497

(581, 583)
report of violations to collector.- 48
Boats employed on internal waters

or canals not to be documented
(see also Vessels)--

5
Boatswain's stores, space for, de-
ducted from gross tonnage-

14
Boiler spaces, deducted from gross
tonnage

15
Boilers and boiler plates, inspection

and manufacture (see also Steam-
boat Inspection Service)

100
Bond, alien owner of steamboat_

4
cancellation of registry-

27
cargo for reexport_.. (T)490 (442)
common carriers.---. (T)496 (551, 552)
delivery of imported merchandise

in coasting trade-- (T) 490 (442–445)
express packages, importation---- 168
libel cases.

92
master's, to secure passport-

159
night lading or unlading-

(T)492

(450, 451)
payment of opium penalty-- (T) 498

(584)
release of seied property --

(T)502

(608, 614)
residue cargo

(T) 490 (442)
Sunday or holiday unlading---- (T)492

(451)

Cabins, measurement deductions--- 10, 14
Cables, inspection of ships_-

80
protection of submarine.

403
Cadets on ocean mail steamers.-- 229
Caffeine, imports of tea waste, etc.,
for producing----

253
Canada, aid to wrecks on border of... 234
discrimination on canals of_

151
transit of merchandise through-- 207
vessel making daily trips to..

145
vessels touching at ports of__ 148
wrecking and salving, treaty with
Great Britain

234
See also British North America ;

Contiguous countries; Great
Lakes; Immigration.

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Canal boat, exempt from libel for
wages

57
inspection of---

94
lights on---

280
marine-hospital relief not to be af-
forded employees on---

71
when not to be documented.
Canal Zone, boundaries---

362
captains of ports authorized to

issue provisional certificates of
registry

2
control vested in President-

363
courts, jurisdiction..

362-368
destitute sea men in..

62
extradition laws and treaties ex-
tended to----

370
manifests in trade with.

157
See also Panama Canal.
Canals, authority of Secretary of
War for maintenance-

306
discrimination on Canadian.

151
exemptions from tolls-

306
inspection of vessels on--

93
regulation of navigation--

322
wrecks on northern border-

234
See also Names of canals; Docu-

ments; Inland waters.
Cancellation of agreements (S). See

Agreements.
Cancellation of

register or
license

27, 31
Capture of private property at sea
(see also Piracy)

372
Cargo, bulk--

(T)487 (431, 458)
carrier must accept-- (S) 464 (36)
contiguous countries, from. (T) 494

(459, 465)
damaged by seamen.

66
discrimination based on volume

(S) 457 (14)
immune from arrest in foreign

countries if Government-
owned

377 (7)
immune from arrest on Shipping
Board vessels.

376(1)
not unladen, disposition of after
25 days

(T) 493 (456, 458)
penalty for failure to produce-- (T) 491

(445)
permit to depart with, for another
port--

(T)490 (443)
produced to collector. (T) 490 (444)
refusal to accept-

($)464 (36)
residue, for foreign port-- (T)490 (442)
unlading elsewhere than at port
of entry---

(T) 491 (447)
unloading because of stress of
weather, etc.

(T) 498 (586)
Cargo-space accommodations,

dis-
criminations in matter
of

(S) 457 (14)
refusal of, when available (S) 464 (36)
Cargo vessels, may carry 16 passen-
gers

(M)476 (26)
not exempted from laws relating

to life-saving equipment. (M) 476 (26)
passengers to be notified of dan-
gers--

(M)476 (26)
privilege extended to vessels of

foreign nations which recipro-
cates

(M)476 (26)
Carpenter's certificate, what to con-
tain

19
Carrier, common. See Common carrier.
Carriers, bonding of

(T)496 (551)
improper delivery by- (T)495 (464)
immediate transportation goods
by-

(T) 496 (552)
sealed vessel or vehicle for -- (T)495

(463)
seized vessel or vehicle of.---- (T)499

(594)
Casting away vessel in Alaska.

207
Cattle (see also Livestock).

241
Cattle ships, regulation of

241
Causeways, authority for construc-
tion

313

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Certificate, cancellation of bond and-

change of enrollment.--
to show complement of officers and

crew---
conditions precedent to granting-

19, 20
custody and surrender of_
deposit on entry--
deposit with consular officer

abroad
failure to surrender.
forgery
form of
formalities on change of owner-

ship, build, or master. 24, 31, 32
inspection of steam vessel, general

provisions--
issue to corporations.
loss of..
not granted before inspection---
number of passengers permitted..
numbered and bear department

seal
offenses and penalties relating to-
place of issue_
provisional
record of
record of American-built vessel
owned by alien.

33
registry, appendix to

16
revocation of

23, 80, 97
service, able seaman.

75, 76
temporary

20
what to contain

21, 22
See also Citizenship; Discharge of

seaman; Enrollment and li-

cense; Measurement ; Registry.
Certificated lifeboatman, definition - 118
Certification of marine paper..

32
Chairman of Shipping Board, Presi-
dent to designate-

(S) 452 (3)
Change of build, master, name of

vessel, owner, trade. See Build,
Master, etc.
Channels, obstructing

314, 317
Charges. See Fees.
Charges, agreements relative to, to
be filed

(S) 458 (15)
discriminatory, forbidden. (S) 459 (17)
maximum,

must

be filed with
board

(S)459 (18)
prejudicial to American exporters
forbidden

(S) 459 (17)
See also Rates.
Chartering of vessels :
competitive offerings to be in-
vited for

(S) 455 (11)
operation op new routes, author-
ized

(M)469 (7)
proceeds of, permanently appro-
priated.

(S) 456 (13)
public notice to be given.-- (S)455 (11)
to foreigners must be approved

(S)454 (9)
Charterer, may create lien on ves-
sel, agents of

(M) 484 (R)
exceptions.--

(M)484(R)
Charterer

of

vessel, deemed the
owner.

90, 134
Charthouse, deducted from

gross
tonnage-

14
Charts, manuals, etc., preparation,

printing, and distribution (see also
Coast and Geodetic Survey).

304
Chattels, definition..

165
Chemicals_on passenger vessels.

123
Chicago Harbor, dumping regula-
tions..

316
Chief of Engineers, bridges, improve-

ments or obstructions to naviga-
tion, public works, etc., under su-
pervision of (see also Army)-- 316-320
Children, pension to deceased life
savers

430
Chinese, importation of opium by-- 255
Cholera. See Health.
Chosen. See Korea.

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