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No. 15, bis.
Form of indorsement for receipt of captain or commanding officer.

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No. 16.

Form of provision return.
Provision return for quarter ending — , 18–, United States Revenue

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No. 16, bis.
Form of indorsement for provision return.

UNITED STATES REVENUE MARINE.

PROVISION RETURN.
UNITED STATES REVENUE - - -

Stationed at - -
For quarter ending — 18—.

No. 17.

Form of description of United States revenue vessels.

UNITED STATES REVENUE MARINE.

Description of the United States revenue - - , and outfits and fixtures on board, on

the - day of , 18—.

DESCRIBE THE VESSEL.
Tonnage, by measurement.
Where and when built.
When thoroughly repaired last.
Present condition of the vessel.
How and where employed.

DESCRIBE HULL.
Materials of frame.
Fastening, the kind used.
Length between perpendiculars.
Breadth of beam, molded.
Depth of hold from under side of spar-deck to skin alongside keelson.
Length of cabin.
Number of berths in cabin.
Length of berth-deck for sleeping purposes.
Capacity of hold for stowing provisions, water, and fuel.

DESCRIBE THE ENGINE.
Kind.
Diameter of cylinder.
Stroke of piston.
Dimensions of air-pump.
Kind of condenser.
Capacity of condenser.
Size of shaft.
Kind of wheel.
Diameter of wheel.
Dimensions of buckets.
Dip of buckets.
Pitch of screw.
Maximum number of revolutions per minute.
Size of steam-pipe.
Kind of steam-pump, (or donkey.)
Blower engine.
Present condition of engine.
When built.
Where built.
By whom built.
When last repaired.
Where last repaired.

DESCRIBE THE BOILER.
Number.
Kind.
Dimensions.
Number of flues.
Size of flues.
Number of tubes.
Diameter of tubes.
Number of furnaces.
Fire surface, (feet.)
Number of grate-bars.
Kind of grate-bars.
Kind of safety-valve.
Maximum pressure the boiler is capable of.
Diameter of smoke-stack.
Height of smoke-stack.
Height of steam-chimney.
Kind of felting.
Present condition of boiler.
When built.
Where built.
By whom built.
When last repaired.
Where last repaired.

COAL BUNKERS.
Number.
Capacity of, (in tons.)

DIMENSIONS, &c., OF SPARS, RIGGING, &c.

BOWSPRIT.

Length outboard.
Diameter at stem.
Diameter at cap.
Rigging

JIB BOOM.

Length.
Diameter at heel.
Diameter at bowsprit cap.
Diameter at end.
Rigging.

FOREMAST.

Length above the deck.
Diameter at hợel.
Diameter at deck.
Diameter at cap.
Rigging

FORE-TOPMAST.

Length.
Diameter at heel.
Diameter at upper end.
Rigging.

MAINMAST.

Length above the deck.
Diameter at step.
Diameter at deck.
Diameter at cap.
Rigging.

MAIN-TOPMAST.

Length.
Diameter at heel.
Diameter at upper end.
Rigging

FORE-GAFF.

Length.
Diameter.
Rigging

MAIN BOOM.

Length.
Diameter at inner end.
Diameter at the outer end.
Rigging

MAIN GAFF.

Length.
Diameter.
Rigging

NUMBER AND NAMES OF SAILS, AND KIND OF CANVAS.

NUMBER OF AWNINGS, AND KIND OF CANVAS.
NUMBER OF WIND SAILS, AND KIND OF CANVAS.

NUMBER OF TARPAULINS, AND SIZES.
NUMBER OF GRATINGS FOR HATCHES.

HOLD, APARTMENTS IN, ETC.
Ballast, kind and number of tons.
Water tanks, number and capacity.
Water casks, number and sizes.
Quantity of water carried when full.
Quantity of provisions and fuel carried when full.
Room for freight, (in barrels.)
Any other remarks.

NUMBER AND WEIGHT OF ANCHORS.

LENGTH AND SIZE OF CHAINS.

KIND OF WINDLASS.
NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION OF BOATS, RIG, FIXTURES, ETC.

GALLEY, FIXTURES, ETC., ETC.

CABIN FIXTURES AND FURNITURE.

Number of berths.

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES NOT ENUMERATED ELSEWHERE ON THIS

RETURN.

RECOMMENDATIONS AND GENERAL REMARKS IN REGARD TO THE VES.

SEL AND HER DUTIES.

No. 17, bis.
Form of indorsement of description of United States revenue vessels.

UNITED STATES REVENUE MARINE.

Description and Inventory

OF THE

UNITED STATES REVENUE

Stationed at

- 18–
(IN TRIPLICATE.)

[This description and inventory is to be made out, in triplicate, in June of each year, and also immediately after extensive repairs have been made on, or large outfits furnished to, the vessel, signed by the captain, and one copy sent to the Treasury Department, one copy to the collector of customs under whose Superintendence the vessel may be, and the other retained on board the vessel.]

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