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No. of paragraph,
Commanding officer to board suspected vessels .......

196
to arrest persons violating revenue laws ..

197
to examine vessels in distress

198
to seize goods landed in violation of law........

199
to encourage officers to improve ...........

231
when relieved, to inform successor concerning vessel.

to deliver property and inventory to suc-
cessor ..............

240
may grant leaves of absence for one week ....

234
liberty to crew...

235
duty of, in case of shipwreck........

236-237
to attend to comfort of crew, &c.......

239
not to make alteration in vessel, except ......

243
to cause entry in journal of officers reporting....

245
to provide for the sick......

246
to take soundings when approaching land.

248
not to discharge or refuse to receive officers on board

247
to punish officer by suspension only ........

247
to prohibit smoking, except place designated......... 249–250
to have fires extinguished when powder is handled ..

251
to keep a night order book ...........................

252
of steam-vessels ....................................... 253-267
on taking command of steamer to acquaint himself with
engine, &c ........................

254
on taking command of steamer to acquaint himself with
principles of expansion of steam .............

255
of steamer to note daily the consumption of fuel....... 256

to supervise the use of coal and the engineer.. 258,259
to have lanterns lighted at night.........

260
to provide for extinguishing fires............. 261
to examine steam log, &c......

262
to require engineer to obey deck officer, &c.... 263
to require watch, fire, quarter, and cleaning bills
from the senior engineer.....

265
to require senior engineer to examine engine
daily ........

266
to give direction to executive officer.......... 270
may take charge of deck.......
to approve journal weekly .......

203
when absent, executive officer to act .........
depriving an officer of his watch, to report
facts, &c .............

291
to be informed of changes made on charts .... 315
when absent at night, light to be hoisted at
peak ......

402
to afford facilities to inspecting officers ....... 412
may authorize exchange of duties among offi-
cers ..........................

136
Commercial Code, Rogers's, to be used.......

409
Commutation of rations, grog, to be allowed at three cents ......

115-116
allowed to cooks, stewards, and boys ........

116
Compass for boat at sea....

280
Commissions of office to be countersigned by the secretary and sealed w

ith offi-
cial seal ............ ........
Compensation, concerning ......

69–77
commuted grog ration to form part of.....

116
Complaints, concerning .......

205-211
malicious or frivolous, to be punished.........
separate, to be made for each offense.........

211
of crew to inspecting officer .......

412
Complements of vessels to be determined by Department

342-346
Compliments and testimonials from inferiors to superiors forbidden ...

152
Complimentary cheering not allowed.........

406
Conduct on board vessel ................

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134-135
fraudulent or improper, to be reported ..........

139
of crew to be entered in liberty book............

203
dissolute and immoral, to be suppressed............

214
book to be in charge of executive officer........

281
Conductors, life buoys, &c., to be kept ready for use..........

305

270

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278

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140

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26

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139

127

69

No. of paragraph.
Confinement of petty officers and seamen ...................................

142
of officers under arrest or suspension ......

208
Construction and repairs, officers of the service only to superintend, unless.... 62
Consuls, foreign, honors to................

390
Contracts to be approved by Department ...................................
how drawn and where deposited ......

30
no member of Congress or employé of Government to be interested

111...................... .........
for supplies ....
for repairs required to be in triplicate ............................
stipulations in ......................................

57,58
Contractors for rations, requirements from .....

....33, 34, 35
Contractor, misconduct of, to be reported...........
disagreement between, and superintendent of work...

58
Conversation not allowed with officer of watch .............................

293
Cooks, when to be permitted to purchase for messes.........................
when allowed commutation of rations...............................

116
Correspondence, routine to be observed in forwarding...

20, 138
Course of vessel, watch officer not to change, unless......

298
Courtesies, observance of ......

403, 404
Crew, to be paid monthly ..............

69
retention of pay of ..................................................
to be shipped for one year.......................

105
rates of pay of, how fixed............................................

106
commanding officer to rate........

............... 108
of shipwrecked vessels, to receipt for provisions furnished them ........ 113
entitled to one navy ration per day, except. ..........................

115
not to leave vessel without consent.....

133
all hands piped at daybreak..........

163
to be exercised in reefing and furling.....

221
members of, not to be transferred......

173
to be mustered at quarters..........

175
clothing of..... ....................................................

177
not to be unnecessarily exposed .........

178-180
of boats not to be kept away from vessel at meal times................ 180
habits and health of, to be guarded............................... ... 187-188
to observe the Sabbath...

189

235
issue of rations to...........

239
shipping book and muster-roll of.

244
signing of shipping articles by.

245
sick and disabled to be provided for

246
stations of, on board ship .......

272
messing of, executive officer to have

281
of boats leaving ship..........

302
to be trained in use of guns..

306
of whom to consist...

342
how shipped ...............

343
deficiency in ...

345
to observe official courtesy .............

404
inspection of....

176-412
complaints of, to inspecting officer.............

412
Crimes, punishment for....

...

98
persons convicted of, not to be shipped....

351
Criminals, officers to aid civil authorities in apprehending

170
Cruising grounds, to be designated by Department..
of vessels, inspection regarding ........

412

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Death, payments in case of, to whom made........

in crew, funeral expenses ...................................
Deck, washing and cleaning of........

all hands on, executive officer to have charge of...
never to be in charge of officer of less rank than lieutenant..
log, kept by watch officer.......

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Decks, berth to be kept clean and dry ............
Declaration of Independence, celebration of anniversary of...................

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No. of paragraph.
Deduction from pay for hospital fund......

69
Defects in vessel to be reported ......

275
Demerit marks agaiust officers........
Deportment of officers toward crew ........

141
Descriptive list to be kept.......

281
Description of vessel, when to be furnished.......

193
Deserters to forfeit all pay due..........

100
Disasters to vessels..................

236
Discharge not allowed until expiration of service......

105
not to be made in foreign ports

107
Discipline, presents and testimonials forbidden

152
in case of shipwreck.... .....

236
of engine-room, responsibility for........

386
to be inspected..........
Discussion of military or naval movements forbidden in presence of crew.... 153
Distilling apparatus.......

370
Divine worship...................................

189
Draught of water to be noted....

373
Drill at small arms and guns.....

217
at great guns to be according to ordnance instructions of Navy......

218
at small arms to be according to infantry drill of marine corps...

218
and exercises, general instruction in....

217-220
Drunkenness, punishment of .....
Drying clothes, regulations concerning.......

159
Duplicate pieces of machinery, care of..........

358
Duties of officers...........................

78-116
officers commanding steam-vessels.......

253-267
executive officer....

268-290
officer of watch ....

291-308
second lieutenant ...,

309-324
third lieutenant........

325-328
boatswain, gunner, and carpenter .....

329-341
persons serving on revenue vessels

349,350

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Economy in consumption of fuel ......

255
Embezzlement from vessels seized.

of public stores. ............
Employés not to be sent on board vessels at sea unles

107
pay of, wben on vessel in distress....

107
Employés, misappropriation of supplies by....

111
Enemy, intercourse with, forbidden, except..

messages from, to be communicated to Department .................
Engine, supervision of repairs on ........
boiler, &c., officers to have knowledge of ...........................

254-256
to be slowed before stopping ...........

304
to be worked slowly until way is gathered.......

304
condition to be examined by new chief engineer ...

354
not to be turned, when stopped, without sigual......................

360
revolutions to be reported ........

361
condition of, to be reported .......

363
to be cleaned when steam is discontinued..

367
stopping of, rules as to.........

383
boiler, &c., inspection of....
room, preservation of good order in.....

386
Engineers to clean flues, chimney, boiler, &c., and repair, if a

259
duties of.............

263
watch duties of ...........

264
senior, to submit to commanding officer watch-bills,

265
to examine engine, &c., daily ....

266
to report defects......
to give timely notice of wants of department .

266
to examine stores received .......

266
shore leave to................

267
to become familiar with cocks, pipes, valves, &c.

355
number of, to be reported .......

376
assistant, duty of chief, devolves upon him when....

379
to obey chief, be careful of engines, &c., and report defects. 380

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No. of paragraph.
Engineers, assistant, duties of, under steam.......

381
of watch, duties of, report of, &c.....

381, 382
to note hourly in steam loy........

384
duty in stopping engine.....

383
to prevent waste of coal and stores........

385
senior, on board responsible for good order, &c......

386
second assistant, requisites for appointment of a.......
chief, their duties....

354-378
to examine machinery, &c., and report .......

354
to see that stores are provided ............

356
to provide oat-meal for firemen ....

357
held responsible for expenditure of coal .......

358, 364
to make out watcb-bills, &c.

359
to report neglect of duty...

359
not to permit fires to be lighted without consent of command-
ing officer......

360
to report accidents and defects............

361
to make daily examination of engine, &c.......

362
to report condition of engine at setting of watch .....

363
to supervise steam department.......

364
to encourage assistants to improve............

365
to examine bunkers on arrival in port and report.........

366
duty as to cleaning engine.......: .......

367
to instruct firemen to manage engine........

368
to cause temperature of coal-bunkers to be tested and re-
ported ........

369
to have charge of distilling apparatus .........
to keep steam log........
to exercise care in arranging stores, use of lights and fires... 372
to note draught of water and immersion of bucket-boards... :373
to make quarterly report upon machinery ..................

374
to report maximum speed, with data....

375
to keep account of fuel expended in aiding vessels in distress. 378
to be informed if engine be stopped ....
to report number of assistants, firemen, and capacity of
bunkers........

376
to add to report observations on machinery and vessel

377
Enlistments .........

.......................... 347–353
Ensign, boats in port to carry.....

150
of revenue vessels, description of .........

201
when hoisted in saluting.........

387, 388
Examination for appointment and promotion ....

6
forfeiture of right to.....
second on failure to pass first......
......................

11
Exchange of duties, when permitted to officers....

136
of station, bills to be certified and entered on books upon..

241
Executive officer, who, and his duties........

268-290
excused from watch duty, unless.....................

269
time of being on duty........

269
to be under direction of commander in management of
vessel..........................

270
authority over subordinates....

271
to inform himself of the capacity of the men.

272
to station the men.............
to require reports from petty officers

273
evening report to commander.........

274
to report defects.........

275
to correct abuses and report violations of law......

276
to take precautions at opening of magazine.....

277
to act in absence of commander ......

278
not to change regulations of commander..

278
duty in regard to keys of store-rooms, &c....

279
to keep at hand provision and water and a compass for

boats ......
to keep boats' sails in order...
to keep muster-rolls, descriptive list, liberty, and conduct

books........
to see that officers have copies of the watch bills, &c....

instruct their divisions.......

383

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272
No. of paragraph.
Executive officer, next line officer to supersede him when incapable of doing
duty.........

283
to superintend police and general duties....

284
to make out and post bills of watch, quarters, fire, messes,
and stations ........

285
to control expenditure of stores, enter and economize..... 286
to allow no person to leave vessel without permission...... 287
duty when strange boats are alongside ..

287
to take charge of deck when getting under way, anchoring,
&c .............

288
to see that keys are turned in to captain's

289
not to absent himself from vessel, unless...........

290
Exercises of crew at guns, small arms, &c ....

217
at guns, &c., to be entered in log and

217
to be according to Navy Regulations, &c......

218
Expansion gear, when used.......

255
Expenditure book, stores entered in ......

286
Expenses incurred on account of distressed vessels to be reported to Depart-
ment ........

114
to be approved by Department before payment .......
Exposure of crew, when unnecessary, forbidden .....

179

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Felony at sea .....

persons convicted of, not to be sbipped on revenue vessels
Females not allowed to live or mess on board .....
Fires to be extinguished at tattoo, except.............

every precaution to be taken against ............
in galley, when extinguished .......
to be extinguished when powder is handled .......
extinguishment of ...........
not to be lighted or hauled without consent of commander............
chief engineer to take every precaution against....

engineer of watch to report condition of means for extinguishment of..
Fire-bills .............

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Fire-screens at opening of magazine.......
Firemen to have one navy ration per day, except.

watch duties of....
watch, fire, and cleaning bills of........
to have oat-meal.........
to be instructed in care of engine

number of, to be reported ....
Fiscal management........

year, commencement of .....
Fishing tackle, supply and distribution of ..
Fitments, how obtained .............
Flags, boats in port to carry revenue ensign

description of, for the revenue service
yellow to be hoisted when ...

signal, to aid communication.
Fog-signals, sounding of..........
Forms, relating to..................

list of (page). ..........
Forts, colors hoisted when passing......
Fraud on part of superintendent of repairs, how punis

and collusion of contractor and others ...
Fuel, economy in consumption of ........

daily consumption to be noted .......
second lieutenant to prevent improper use of...
third lieutenant not to serve out more than stipulat allowa
chief engineer responsible for use of........

amount consumed in aiding vessels to be reported .
Funeral expenses ...............
Furniture not to be appropriated to private use, unless

condemnation of...........
to be accounted for by commander....
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