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AN ACT Making appropriations for the Naval Service for the

fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninetysix, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled.

* An Act entitled "An Act to amend 'An Act to amend section forty four hundred of title fifty-two of the Revised Statutes of the United States, concerning the regulation of steam vessels,' approved August seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-two; and also to amend section forty-four hundred and fourteen, title fifty-two, of the Revised Statutes, 'Regulation of steam vessels,' approved March first, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, is hereby amended by striking therefrom the words“ Jacksonville, Florida; Bangor, Maine; and New Haven, Connecticut;" where said words occur in the ninth paragraph of the second section thereof, fol. lowing the word “Illinois” and inserting the same in the second paragraph of section two of said Act after the word “Illinois.'

Approved, March 2, 1895.

GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS

PRESCRIBED BY THE

BOARD OF SUPERVISING INSPECTORS OF STEAM VESSELS

AS AMENDED

JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, 1895.

AMENDMENTS APPPROVED FEBRUARY 14, 20, AND 21, 1895.

W. E. CURTIS,
Acting Secretary of the Treasury.

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OFFICERS OF THE STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION

SERVICE.

JAMES A. DUMONT, Supervising Inspector-General.

Clerks in office of Supervising Inspector-General.-W. H. Clarke, chief clerk; William F. Gatchell, L. R. Messenger, Calvin C. J. Norris.

Messenger.-Alexander Freeman.

SUPERVISING INSPECTORS.

First district.-John Bermingham, San Francisco, Cal.
Second district.-George H. Starbuck, New York, N. Y.
Third district.-William H. Murdaugh, Norfolk, Va.
Fourth district.-James O'Neal, St. Louis, Mo.
Fifth district.-William R. Tibbals, St. Paul, Minn.
Sixth district.-James N. Thompson, Memphis, Tenn.
Seventh district.-E. P. Chancellor, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Eighth district.-John H. Galwey, Detroit, Mich.
Ninth district. Michael J. Galvin, Buffalo, N. Y.
Tenth district.—Matt O'Brien, New Orleans, La.

TERRITORY EMBRACED IN SUPERVISING DISTRICTS.

First district embraces all waters and rivers of the United States west of the Rocky Mountains.

Second district mbraces the waters of the Atlantic coast, rivers, and tributaries between the Bay of Passamaquoddy and Cape Charles.

Third district embraces the waters of the Atlantic Coast, rivers, and tributaries between Cape Charles and Cape Sable.

Fourth district embraces the Mississippi River and tributaries from above Greenfield, Mo., up to and including Keokuk, Iowa; the Illinois River below Peoria ; and the Missouri River up to the mouth of the Niobrara River at its junction with the Missouri River.

Fifth district embraces the Upper Mississippi River and its tributaries above Keokuk, Iowa; the Red River of the North, and that part of the Missouri River and its tributaries above its junction with the Niobrara River, and all that portion of Lake Superior bounded by the States of Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Sixth district embraces the Ohio River and tributaries up to and including Carrollton, Ky., and the Mississippi River and tributaries from Greenville, Miss., up to and including Greenfield, Mo.

Seventh district embraces the Ohio River and tributaries above Carrollton, Ky.

Eighth district embraces all the waters of the lakes north and west of Lake Erie, with their tributaries, except that portion of Lake Superior which is bounded by the States of Minnesota and Wisconsin, and also in udes the upper portion of the Illinois River down to and including Peoria, Ill.

Ninth district embraces all the waters of the River St. Law. rence, Lakes Erie, Ontario, and Champlain, and their tributaries.

Tenth district embraces the coast and tributary waters of the Gulf of Mexico, between Cape Sable and the mouth of the Rio Grande, and the Mississippi River and tributaries to Greenville, Miss.

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