Code of Federal Regulations: Containing a Codification of Documents of General Applicability and Future Effect as of December 31, 1948, with Ancillaries and Index

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1967

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Página 527 - That it shall not be lawful to throw, discharge, or deposit, or cause, suffer, or procure to be thrown, discharged, or deposited either from or out of any ship, barge, or other floating craft of any kind, or from the shore, wharf, manufacturing establishment, or mill of any kind, 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, or into any tributary of any navigable...
Página 538 - Those rivers must be regarded as public navigable rivers in law which are navigable in fact. And they are navigable in fact when they are used, or are susceptible of being used, in their ordinary condition, as highways for commerce, over which trade and travel are or may be conducted in the customary modes of trade and travel on watev. And they constitute navigable waters of the United States...
Página 297 - That it is to be understood that this authority does not give any property rights either in real estate or material, or any exclusive privileges ; and that it does not authorize any injury to private property or invasion of private rights, or any infringement of Federal, State, or local laws or regulations, nor does it obviate the necessity of obtaining State Assent to the work authorized. It Merely Expresses the Assent of the Federal Government so far as Concerns the Public Rights of Navigation.
Página 527 - It shall not be lawful to tie up or anchor vessels or other craft in navigable channels in such a manner as to prevent or obstruct the passage of other vessels or craft; or to voluntarily or carelessly sink, or permit or cause to be sunk, vessels or other craft in navigable channels; or to float loose timber and logs, or to float what is known as sack rafts of timber and logs in streams or channels actually navigated by steamboats in such manner as to obstruct, impede, or endanger navigation.
Página 5 - Aids to navigation marking floating-plant moorings. Breast, stern, and bow anchors of floating plant working In navigable channels shall be marked by barrel or other suitable buoys. By night approaching vessels shall be shown the location of adjacent buoys by throwing a suitable beam of light from the plant on the buoys until the approaching vessel has passed, or the buoys may be lighted by red lights, visible in all directions, of the same character as specified in §201.8(a).
Página 151 - If that bridge can be opened immediately, the bridge tender shall await the reply signals from the other bridges and then give the signal circumstances require. If the nearest bridge cannot be opened immediately, the prescribed signal shall be given the approaching vessel at once to be followed as soon as possible by the signal from that bridge that the draws are about to open . (g) The draw shall be opened with the least possible delay upon receiving the prescribed signal: provided, That the drawspan...
Página 2 - The vessel having the submerged object in tow shall display by day, where they can best be seen, two shapes, one above the other, not less than 6 feet apart, the lower shape to be carried not less than 10 feet above the deck houses.
Página 2 - ... (b) By night the towing vessel shall display the regular side lights, but in lieu of the regular white towing lights shall display four lights in a vertical position not less than three feet nor more than six feet apart, the upper and lower of such lights to be white, and the two middle lights to be red, all of such lights to be of the same character as the regular towing lights.
Página 60 - Vessels carrying explosives shall be anchored only under a written permit issued by the Captain of the Port and at such point as he may direct. (7) Vessels carrying explosives shall be at all times in charge of a competent person, and must display by day a red flag, of not less than 16 square feet, at the masthead, or not less than 10 feet above the upper deck if the vessel has no mast; at night a red light shall be displayed in the positions specified for the red flag. (8) Nothing in this paragraph...
Página 310 - This authority does not give any property rights either in real estate or material, or any exclusive privileges ; and it does not authorize any injury to private property or invasion of private rights or any infringement of Federal, State or local laws or regulations, nor does it obviate the necessity of obtaining State assent to the work authorized (It merely expresses the assent of the Federal Government so far as concerns the public rights of navigation.) (See Cummings v.

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