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ACT JULY 9, 1886
Towing vessels may carry
persons in addition to
ACT MARCH 2, 1889.
To amend sections 4488 and
ACT JANUARY 22, 1894
Section 4430 as amended by,
relating to inspection of
boiler plate at mills...... 18
ACT MARCH 1, 1895...
To amend sections 4400 and
.Amending act March 1, 1895. 74
Sec. 4399. What vessels deemed 4421. Certificate of inspection. steam vessels.
4422. License to carry gun4400. What vessels subject to
powder. the provisions of this
4423. Disposal of certificate of Title.
inspection. 4401. Vessels navigating coast- 4424. Carrying passengers or wise and on the Great
gunpowder contrary to Lakes.
law. 4402. Qualifications and
ap- 4425. Inspector certifying pointment of Supervis
falsely. ing Inspector-General.
4426. Ferryboats, canal boats, 4403. Duties.
yachts, etc. 4404. Qualifications and
4427. Tugboats, freight boats, pointment of supervis
etc. ing inspectors. 4405. Meeting and assignment 4429. Improper construction of
4428. Construction of boilers. of districts.
4430. Inspection of boiler plates. 4407. To report violations of 4431. Stamping of boiler plates. law.
4432. Counterfeiting stamps. 4408. Supervision of local 4433. Pressure of steam allowboards.
able. 4409. Districts not having in
4434. Boiler plate and space bespectors.
tween flues. 4410. Annual reports of super
4435. Feed and connecting pipes. vising inspectors.
4436. Safety valves, fusible 4411. Regulations as to furnish
plugs, etc. ing information to local 4437. Obstructing safety valves, inspectors.
etc. 4412. Regulations as to steamers 4438. Licenses of officers by inpassing
spectors. 4413. Penalty for violation. 4439. License of captain. 4414. Number and salaries of 4440. License of chief mate. local inspectors:
4441. License of engineer. 4415. Qualifications and appoint- 4442. License of pilot. ment.
4443. License of catain or mate 4416. What persons are not eli
as pilot. gible.
4444. State regulation of pilots. 4417. Inspection of hulls.
4445. Oath of licensed officers. 4418. Inspection of boilers. 4446. Licenses to be posted. 4419. Control of safety valves 4447. Renewal of officer's and steam registers.
inspectors in examina
tions. 4449. Revocation of officer's
license for refusing to
serve. 4450. Investigation of conduct
of officers. 4451. Payment of marshals and
witnesses. 4452. Appeal to supervising in
spector: 4453. Reinspection and notice
for repairs. 4454. Failure to make repairs. 4455. Effect of inspector's offi
local inspectors. 4458. Fees. 4459. Bonds of inspectors. 4460. Instruments, stationery,
printing, etc., for local
boards. 4461. Payment of salaries and
expenses. 4462. Regulations to be made by
the Secretary of the Treasury.
SEC. 4399. Every vessel propelled in whole or in part by steam shall be deemed a steam vessel within the meaning of this Title.
SEC. 4400. All steam vessels navigating any waters of the United States which are common highways of commerce, or open to general or competitive navigation, excepting public vessels of the United States, vessels of other countries, and boats propelled in whole or in part by steam for navigating canals, shall be subject to the provisions of this Title. *[“ And all foreign private steam vessels carrying passengers from any port of the United States to any other place or country shall be subject to the provisions of sections forty-four hundred and seventeen, forty-four hundred and eighteen, forty-four hundred and twenty-one, forty-four hundred and twenty-two, forty-four hundred and twenty-three, forty-four hundred and twenty-four, forty-four hundred and seventy, forty-four hundred and seventy-one, forty-four hundred and seventy-two, forty-four hundred and seventy-three, forty-four hundred and seventy-nine, forty-four hundred and eighty-two, forty-four hundred and eighty-eight, forty-four hundred and eighty-nine, forty-four hundred and ninety-six, forty-four hundred and ninety-seven, forty-four hundred and ninety-nine, and fortyfive hundred of this Title, and shall be liable to visitation and inspection by the proper officer, in any of the ports of the United States, respecting any of the provisions of the sections aforesaid.''] + *
SEC. 4401. All coastwise seagoing vessels and vessels navigating the Great Lakes, shall be subject to the navigation laws of the United States, when navigating within the jurisdiction thereof; and all vessels, propelled in whole or in part by steam, and navigating as aforesaid, shall be subject to all the rules and regula
* Amendment approved August 7, 1882.
+ The proviso and sections 2 to 6 inclusive of amendment to section 4400 were repealed by act of Congress approved March 1, 1895. (See p. 72)