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tainable if brought later than two years from the date when such assistance or salvage was rendered, unless the court in which the suit is brought shall be satisfied that during such period there had not been any reasonable opportunity of arresting the assisted or salved vessel within the jurisdiction of the court or within the territorial waters of the country in which the libelant resides or has his principal place of business. [37 Stat. L. 242.]
Sec. 5. [Not applicable to ships of war, etc.] That nothing in this Act shall be construed as applying to ships of war or to Government ships appropriated exclusively to a public service. [37 Stat. L. 242.]
Sec. 6. [In effect July 1, 1912.] That this Act shall take effect and be in force on and after July first, nineteen hundred and twelve. [37 Stat. L. 242.]
See FOOD AND DRUGS.
See POSTAL SERVICE.
See PUBLIC LANDS.
Indian Schools, see INDIANS.
Act of July 9, 1912, Ch. 220, 387.
Unrigged Wooden Vessels - Notation of Rebuilding on List of Mer
chant Vessels, 387. Act of July 23, 1912, Ch. 250, 387. Sec. 1. Radio Communication - Apparatus Required on Ocean or Great
Lakes Steamers — Auriliary Power Supply, etc. - Operators on
Steamers Excepted, 387.
Operator on Cargo Steamers, 388.
Vessels in Domestic Commerce - Consolidation of Enrollment and
Pleasure Yachts, see YACHTS.
An Act Concerning unrigged vessels.
[Act of July 9, 1912, ch. 220.]
(Unrigged wooden vessels — notation of rebuilding, on List of Merchant Vessels.] That upon affidavit by a reputable shipbuilder of the United States that an unrigged wooden vessel of the United States has been rebuilt, giving the date and place of such rebuilding, is sound and free from rotten or doted wood in structural parts, properly fastened and calked and in strength and seaworthiness as good as new, the Commissioner of Navigation shall include in the List of Merchant Vessels a notation to that effect. [37 Stat. L. 189.]
An Act To amend an Act entitled “An Act to require apparatus and operators for radio com.
munication on certain ocean steamers,” approved June twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and ten.
[Act of July 23, 1912, ch. 250.]
[Sec. 1. ) [Radio communication - apparatus required on ocean or Great Lakes steamers
auxiliary power supply, etc. — operators on duty — control of master — penalty for nonenforcement — steamers excepted.] That section one of an Act entitled "An Act to require apparatus and operators for radio communication on certain ocean steamers,” approved June twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and ten, be amended so that it will read as follows:
"SECTION 1. That from and after October first, nineteen hundred and twelve, it shall be unlawful for any steamer of the United States or of any foreign country navigating the ocean or the Great Lakes and licensed to carry, or carrying, fifty or more persons, including passengers or crew or both, to leave or attempt to leave any, port of the United States unless such steamer shall be equipped with an efficient apparatus for radio communication, in good working order, capable of transmitting and receiving messages over a distance of at least one hundred miles, day or night. An auxiliary power supply, independent of the vessel's main electric power plant, must be provided which will enable the sending set for at least four hours to send messages over a distance of at least one hundred miles, day or night, and efficient communication between the operator in the radio room and the bridge shall be maintained at all times.
“The radio equipment must be in charge of two or more persons skilled in the rise of such apparatus, one or the other of whom shall be on duty at all times while the vessel is being navigated. Such equipment, operators, the regulation of their watches, and the transmission and receipt of messages, except as may be regulated by law or international agreement, shall be under the control of the master, in the case of a vessel of the United States; and every willful failure on the part of the master to enforce at sea the provisions of this paragraph as to equipment, operators, and watches shall subject him to a penalty of one hundred dollars.
"That the provisions of this section shall not apply to steamers plying between ports, or places, less than two hundred miles apart.” [37 Stat. L. 199.]
For sec. 1 of the Act of June 24, 1910, as originally enacted see 1912 Supp. Fed. Stat.
Sec. 2. [In effect, on Great Lakes — cargo steamers — substitute for second operator on cargo steamers.] That this Act, so far as it relates to the Great Lakes, shall take effect on and after April first, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and so far as it relates to ocean cargo steamers shall take effect on and after July first, nineteen hundred and thirteen: Provided, That on cargo steamers, in lieu of the second operator provided for in this Act, there may be substituted a member of the crew or other person who shall be duly certified and entered in the ship's log as competent to receive and understand distress calls or other usual calls indicating danger, and to aid in maintaining a constant wireless watch so far as required for the safety of life. [37 Stat. L. 200.]
An Act To amend an
Act entitled “An Act to simplify the issue of enrollments and licenses
of vessels of the United States."
[Act of Feb. 29, 1912, ch. 47.]
[Vessels in domestic commerce --- consolidation of enrollment and licenses -- small ressels included.] That section one of the Act entitled "An Act to simplify the issue of enrollments and licenses of vessels of the United States," approved April twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and six, is hereby amended by striking out the words of twenty net register tons or over,” so that it will read as follows:
“That under the direction of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor the Commissioner of Navigation is hereby authorized and directed from time to time to consolidate into one document in the case of any vessel of the United States
the form of enrollment prescribed by section forty-three hundred and nineteen of the Revised Statutes and the form of license prescribed by section forty-three hundred and twenty-one of the Revised Statutes, and such consolidated formi shall hereafter be issued to a vessel of the United States in lieu of the separate enrollnient and license now prescribed by law, and shall be deemed sufficient compliance with the requirements of laws relating to the subject.” [37 Stat. L. 70.]
The above sec. 1 of the Act of April 24, 1906, in its original form is given in 1909 Supp. Fed. Stat. Annot. 623. For R. S. secs. 4319, 4321, see 7 Fed. Stat. Annot. 58, 59.
SHIPS AND SHIPPING.
Imports Restricted to American Vessels, see CUSTOMS DUTIES.
See GAME ANIMALS AND BIRDS.
See WAR DEPARTMENT AND MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.