Port Series, Issue 27

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Page ix - ... to investigate any other matter that may tend to promote and encourage the use by vessels of ports adequate to care for the freight which would naturally pass through such ports...
Page 24 - And whenever a vessel, raft, or other craft is wrecked and sunk in a navigable channel, accidentally or otherwise, it shall be the duty of the owner of such sunken craft to immediately mark it with a buoy or beacon during the day and a lighted lantern at night...
Page 10 - Subject to the provisions of this charter, the Board of Harbor Commissioners shall have the management, supervision and control: (1) Of all navigable waters and all tidelands and submerged lands, whether filled or unfilled, situated below the line of mean high tide northerly and easterly of the United States government breakwater at Los Angeles Harbor and within the limits of the City of Los Angeles; (2) Of all lands, and interests therein, acquired or purchased with funds under its control or acquired...
Page ix - ... to advise with communities regarding the appropriate location and plan of construction of wharves, piers, and water terminals ; to investigate the practicability and advantages of harbor, river, and port improvements in connection with foreign and...
Page 13 - ... registry, enrollment, and licensing of vessels, Including the Issuance of commissions to yachts, the assignment of signal letters, and the preparation of all reports and...
Page 24 - ... any refuse matter of any kind or description whatever other than that flowing from streets and sewers and passing therefrom in a liquid state, into any navigable water of the United States...
Page 24 - That it shall not be lawful to tie up or anchor vessels or other craft m navigable channels in such a manner as to prevent or obstruct the passage of other vessels or craft...
Page 23 - ... the expense of removing any such obstruction as aforesaid shall be a charge against such craft and cargo; and if the owners thereof fail or refuse to re-imburse the United States for such expense within thirty days after notification, then the officer or agent aforesaid may sell the craft or cargo, or any part thereof that may not have been destroyed in removal, and the proceeds of such sale shall be covered into the treasury of the United States.
Page 13 - Stat. 1085), administers the immigration and naturalization laws relating to the admission, exclusion, and deportation of aliens, and the naturalization of aliens lawfully resident in the United States.
Page 14 - Dec. 31, 1948, unless otherwise noted. 1.01-1 District Commander. Final authority for the performance within the confines of his district of the functions of the Coast Guard, which in general terms are maritime law enforcement, saving and protecting life and property, safeguarding navigation on the high seas and navigable waters of the United States, and readiness for military operations, is delegated to the District Commander by the Commandant. In turn delegations of final authority run from...

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