The Ports of Sandusky, Huron, and Lorain, Ohio

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1939 - Harbors - 132 pages

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Page ix - ... expeditious and economical transfer or interchange of passengers or property between carriers by water and carriers by rail; to advise with communities...
Page 64 - ... with improvement or maintenance operations therein. Whenever in the opinion of the District Engineer any vessel is so moored or anchored, the owner thereof shall cause said vessel to be moved upon notification from and within the time specified by said District Engineer.
Page iv - No. 2. Shipping Charges at United States and Foreign Ports: Consular Services and Charges 1928 No.
Page 94 - Nothing in this chapter contained shall be construed as forbidding the use of steam whistles as alarm signals in case of fire or collision, or other imminent danger, nor for the necessary signals by the steam engines of the fire department of the city.
Page 92 - No vessel or other craft shall moor or anchor to any structure of the United States without the consent of the District Engineer, Corps of Engineers.
Page 64 - ... (b) No vessel shall while moored or at anchor, or by slow passage or otherwise while underway, unreasonably obstruct the free passage and progress of other vessels.
Page iii - No. 13. Los Angeles, Long Beach, San Diego, and San Luis Obispo, Calif.: Part 1, Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif, (revised 1930)..
Page 92 - ... or float, and such changes of station in, and use of, the harbor, as may be necessary to promote order therein, and the safety and equal convenience, as near as may be, of all such boats, vessels, crafts or floats ; '' " to remove and prevent all obstructions in the waters which are public highways in said city, and to widen, straighten and deepen the same...
Page iii - No. 8. Jacksonville, Fernandina, Miami, Key West, Tampa, and South Boca Grande, Fla- - -. 1. 10 Part 1, Jacksonville, Fla. (revised 1936) . 40 Part 2, Miami and Tampa, Fla.
Page 96 - New Year's Day (January 1). Washington's Birthday (February 22) . Memorial Day (May 30). Independence Day (July 4). Labor Day (First Monday In September).

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