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COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RULES OF THE ROAD.
Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to prepare the material for printing the International Rules of the Road in accordance with the resolution submitted on Thursday, the 17th, together with any other memoranda of changes in the law of other powers than the United States.
COMMITTEE ON COLLOCATION OF THE RULES. Resolved, That a Committee on Collocation of Rules, to consist of seven persons, be appointed by the President.
Mr. GOODRICH (United States). That the several committees increased, each by two, and that the Committee on Collocation also be increased by two members.
COMMITTEES ON LIGHTS AND SOUND SIGNALS.
Resolved, That the Chair appoint two committees, each to consist of seven Delegates, to be known as the Committee on Lights and the Com. mittee on Sound Signals, whose present duty it shall be to examine and report to the Conference the literature on these two subjects which is in the possession of the Conference.
Resolved, That the former Committee on Sound Signals consider and report the specific cases in which new fog signals should be adopted, and to report specific signals for such cases.
MR. HALL (Great Britain). Mr. President, I now move pro forma that the Committee on Lights be requested to give the Conference its views on the matter referred to in the interlocutory report of the Collocation Committee.
COMMITTEE ON SYSTEMS AND DEVICES. Resolved, That a committee, to be known as the Committee on Systems and Devices, shall be appointed by the president, and that it shall be the duty of the committee to examine and report upon any system or device connected with the business of the Conference, of wbichi a written description, illustrated by plans whenever necessary, is furnished, and that only such as are favorably reported by the committee shall appear before the Conference.
Resolved, That a committee of nine be appointed, to consider and report on the lights to be carried or shown on small vessels, pilot vessels, and fishing vessels.
Resolved, That the Chair appoint a committee of seven upon the subject of a uniform load-mark, General Division 3 of the programme.
Mr. GOODRICH (United States). That the several committees be in. creased each by two, and that the Committee on Collocatiou also be increased by two members.