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CHAPTER VI.

ENTRANCE COASTWISE, WHEN UNNECESSARY.

68. Licensed vessels under 20 tons

59. Licensed vessels of 20 tons or more

60. Registered vessels of the United States

61. Pleasure yachts of the United States

62. Foreign pleasure yachts

63. Fishing vessels under license

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CHAPTER VIII.

ENTRANCE FROM FOREIGN PORTS BY SEA.

86. Production of manifests

87. Arrival in district of destination

88. Penalty for faulty manifest, or none

89. Number of manifests necessary

90. Manifests—in what language ?

91. What the manifest must contain

92. Additional penalties

93. Passenger lists

94. Production of crew-list and crews

95. Report of arrival by the master

96. Pleasure yachts

97. Quarantine

98. Change of destination

99. Permit to coal before entrance

100. Entrance before obtaining other permits

101. Further report and entrance .

102. Special report of spirits and wines

103. Deposit of register, etc.

104. Deposit of crew-list of United States vessel

105. Payment of federal fees and charges

106. Tonnage duty on all vessels

107. Tonnage duty on United States vessel with alien officer

108. Tonnage duty on recorded vessels

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109. Tonnage duty on undocumented vessels .

110. Tonnage duty from ports closed to United States vessels

111. Certificate of payment of tonnage duty .

112. Light money

113. Exemption from light money

114. Certificate of payment of light money

115. Penalty for death of steerage passenger .

116. Marine hospital tax for United States vessels

117. State and municipal charges

118. Master's oath on entrance of United States vessels :

119. Master's oath on entrance of foreign vessels

120. Permits on entrance.

121. Permit to land ballast

122. Notice in “One-Day Book”.

123. Forfeited wages on United States vessels

124. Wages, etc., of deceased seamen, United States vessels

125. Where vessels may be unladen

126. Unlading without authority

127. Permits for unlading

128. License to unlade at night

129. Penalty for absence of permit or license

130. Allowance of time for unlading

131. Extension of time for unlading

132. Payment overtime

133. General order in ordinary cases

134. General order for certain steamers

135. License to remain on the wharf

136. License to unlade at night

137. Post entry

138. Sea stores

139. Coal brought in steam vessels

140. Grain-bags as equipment

141. Permit to retain for another district

142. Permit to retain for a foreign port

143. Return of the inspector

144. Permit to proceed to another district

145. Vessels returned in distress

146. Vessels in distress bound foreign

147. Vessels in distress from foreign ports

148. Vessels obstructed by ice

149. Vessels with permit to touch and trade

150. Vessels coastwise, via foreign port .

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CHAPTER IX.

151. Collection districts defined

152. Ports of entry

153. Ports of delivery

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