Port Series, Issue 6

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Page 7 - Turning Basin, and if anchored under such circumstances shall be placed as near the edge of the channel or turning basin as possible, so as not to interfere with the free navigation thereof, nor obstruct the approach to, any pier. They shall move...
Page 68 - Outbound less than carload freight, not accompanied by proper shipping directions which will permit forwarding on the day received, is subject to storage charges from the first 7 am after receipt, with no free time allowance. On less carload traffic held to complete a shipment and less carload traffic held for reshipment, only 24 hours free time is allowed.
Page 68 - ... without liability on the part of the carrier, and subject to a lien for all freight and other lawful charges, including a reasonable charge for storage.
Page 90 - The draw shall be opened with the least possible delay upon receiving the prescribed signal: Provided, That the drawspan shall not be opened when a train is approaching so closely that it cannot safely be stopped before reaching the bridge, or when a passenger or mail train is approaching within sight or hearing of the operator of the drawspan.
Page 9 - Nothing in this section shall be construed as relieving the owner or person in charge of any vessel from the penalties of the law for obstructing navigation or for obstructing or interfering with range lights, or for not complying with the navigation laws in regard to lights, fog signals, or for otherwise violating the law. 110.142 Nantucket Harbor, Mass. (a) The anchorage grounds. In the Nantucket Harbor, beginning at a point 210 yards, 90, from Brant Point Light; thence easterly to latitude...
Page 10 - If the notice is given between the hours of 5 am and 9 pm, or if at least one-half hour has elapsed since It was given, the draw shall be promptly opened at the time specified in the notice on signal given and answered as hereinbefore prescribed.
Page 3 - ... and 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 vii - Colonel, Corps of Engineers, Resident Member of the Board. [First endorsement] OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, Washington, DC, July 15, 194-1.
Page 23 - Ocean-going vessels in collision in the channel or turning basin must, if still afloat and in a condition making anchorage necessary, be immediately removed to an approved anchorage ground, or if in such condition that beaching is necessary, they shall be temporarily beached on the northwest side of Mandeville Island or in the Old River.

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