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Vernon (Rockville), Conn.
List of ports at which bonded warehouses are established Apalachicola, Fla.
Great Falls, Mont. Atlanta, Ga.
Green Bay, Wis. Baltimore, Md.
Hartford, Conn. Bangor, Me.
Honolulu, Hawaii. Bath, Me.
Indianapolis, Ind. Belfast, Me.
Kansas City, Mo. Bonners Ferry, Mont.
Key West, Fla. Boothbay, Me.
Laredo, Tex. Boston, Mass.
Lincoln, Nebr. Bridgeport, Conn.
Los Angeles, Cal. Brownsville, Tex.
Louisville, Ky. Buffalo, N. Y.
Minneapolis, Minn. Burlington, Vt.
New Haven, Conn. Cape Vincent, N. Y.
New London, Conn. Castine, Me.
New Orleans, La. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Newport News, Va. Chicago, III.
Newark, N. J. Cincinnati, Ohio.
New York. Denver, Colo.
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Detroit, Mich.
Nogales, Ariz. Duluth, Minn.
Ogdensburg, N. Y. Durham, N. C.
Omaha, Nebr. Eagle Pass, Tex.
Oswego, N. Y. Eastport, Me.
Pensacola, Fla. El Paso, Tex.
Perth Amboy, N. J. Erie, Pa.
Petersburg, Va. Evansville, Ind.
Philadelphia, Pa. Everett, Wash.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Fall River, Mass.
Plattsburg, N. Y. Galveston, Tex.
Port Huron, Mich. Gloucester, Mass.
Portland, Me. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Portsmouth, N. H.
San Diego, Cal.
List of ports where the custom-house premises are used for the storage..
of imported goods in bond Albany, N. Y.
Memphis, Tenn. Aguadilla, P. R.
Milwaukee, Wis. Arecibo, P. R.
Nashville, Tenn. Arroyo, P. R.
Norfolk, Va. Bangor, Me.
Peoria, Ill. Charleston, S. C.
Ponce, P. R. Cleveland, Ohio.
Providence, R. I. Columbus, Ohio.
Rochester, N. Y. Fajardo, P. R.
St. Augustine, Fla. Guanica, P. R.
Sandusky, Ohio. Humacao, P. R.
San Juan, P. R. Jacksonville, Fla.
Springfield, Mass. Marquette, Mich.
Washington, D. C. (Georgetown) Mayaguez, P. R.
THE SEA LIBRARY
The books an officer should have, and study, are appended.
Bowditch's American Practical Navigator.
The Navigator's Bible.
No comment needed. An officer who does not know this book
-well, he is simply not all there as an officer. Bradford's Whys and Wherefores of Navigation.
An American book, of intimate and interesting information on the subject of navigation. If you want to know “why," own and study Bradford, it is a book for the man who likes to
thoroughly understand his subject-simple, clear, complete. Jacoby's Navigation.
A good book for the beginner, Knight's Seamanship.
The best American work on seamanship, naval and merchant service. The chapters on ship handling and the higher problems
of seamanship are exceptionally good. Todd and Whall's Seamanship.
The best book to date for the merchantman. Walton's Know Your Own Ship.
Information about vessels that every officer aboard ship should
possess. White's Oil Tank Steamers.
An excellent work by an officer who knows his subject. Allingham's Weather Signs and How to Read Them.
Page numbers in bold-face type indicate reference to the Navigation Laws.
Boat covers, 77
duties, 234, 235
Boatswain's stores, 77
Bond, general libel, 57, 58
Bribery, 50, 51
Bridge, persons allowed on, 170
Bullion and coin, 21
Cadets, laws, duties, 145
Captain, call, 179
Cargo, battens, 79
care of, 82
chilled beef, 87
comparison of cargo and mani-
clusters, 74, 75
damage to, 83
delivery in various districts,
diagrams, 75, 84
duty to, 82
explosive, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69,