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(c) Preference berthing privileges to vessels making regular calls will be considered upon written application to the board.

(d) No vessel shall anchor in the fairway of any channel so as to obstruct the approach of any wharf, pier, bulkhead, quay, or landing.

(e) speed of vessels.-1. All steamships of over 1,000 tons net registered tonnage, and towboats with a tow, when entering and leaving the port of Honolulu, and inside the outer channel buoy, shall proceed (except in case of emergency) at a rate of speed not to exceed 5 miles per hour.

2. All steamships of less than 1,000 tons net registered tonnage, when entering and leaving the port of Honolulu, and inside the No. 10 channel buoy, shall proceed (except in case of emergency) at a rate of speed not to exceed 5 miles per hour.

3. All sampans, gasoline launches, steam Iaunches, and motorboats, when navigating in the waters of Honolulu Harbor and inside the No. 10 channel buoy, shall proceed (except in case of emergency) at a rate of speed not to exceed 10 miles per hour.

(1) Trying of engines.-1. Any steamship lying at a wharf in Honolulu or Hilo Harbor wishing to try her engines must first notify any vessel in the near vicinity that she is going to do so; and the speed of such engines while being tried shall not exceed the speed such engines would make under a slow bell.

2. Any steamship lying at a wharf in Honolulu or Hilo Harbor, while trying her engines, must have a responsible person stationed in such a position that he can see any vessel that would be likely to cross the wake of his vessel, and on seeing such vessel his engines must be stopped immediately.

3. Any steamship while lying at a wharf in Honolulu or Hilo Harbor will be held responsible for any damage done to the wharf or to other vessels caused by the vessel trying her engines.

(9) Sailing vessels.-1. All sailing vessels, upon entering the port of Honolulu, will be required, when directed by the harbor master or his assistant, to make a tugboat fast alongside when abreast of the Honolulu Harbor Lighthouse, and to keep the tug alongside until the vessel is in her berth, so that the vessel will, at all times, be under control.

2. All sailing vessels when entering Honolulu Harbor in tow of a tugboat which is not powerful enough to tow alongside will be required, when directed by the harbor master or his assistant, to have a tugboat astern in addition to the tugboat ahead, when abreast of the Honolulu Harbor Lighthouse, so that the way of the vessel may be regulated at any time until the vessel is in her berth.

(h) The master of every vessel moored or anchored within the harbors of Honolulu, Hilo, Kahului, and Port Allen shall have both cables clear and in readiness to slack away when required.

(i) The master of every vessel and crew thereof, when requested by the harbor master, shall give and afford to the harbor master all possible aid and assistance in the performance of any of the duties of the harbor master in relation to such vessel.

(j) In case any person shall fail to observe any of these rules and regulations, or if by reason of there being no person having authority on board of any ship, or by reason of there not being a sufficient number of persons on board of any ship there should be any noncompliance with any of these rules, or if the master or crew of any vessel refuse to aid and assist the harbor master in moving, mooring, or unmooring such vessel, the harbor master is hereby empowered to moor or unmoor, place or remove such vessel, and for that purpose may direct the casting off, or loosing, of any warp or rope, or unshackling or loosing any chain by which a ship is moored or fastened, and may hire such assistance and tackie, and may purchase and put on board such vessel such quantity of ballast as to him seems requisite, at the cost and charge of the master or owner of such vessel; and such cost and charge shall be due and payable to the board before a permit for the departure of such vessel shall be given; and the board shall in no way be liable for any damages or loss occurring to any vessel during, or in consequence of such mooring, unmooring, or placing of any such vessel.

(k) No person, without the consent or authority of the harbor master, shall cut or cast off any rope or tackle made fast or attached to any vessel, wharf, mooring, buoy, or other place where the same has been fastened or attached by the harbor master, or by his order or direction.

(1) No person shall make fast any rope or mooring to any wharf, pier, bulkhead, quay, or landing (except to the mooring piles, mooring bitts, or rings provided for that purpose), or to any shed or piles supporting same, or to any dolphins or fender piles.

(m) Vessels, when being moved into a slip or alongside, must approach "head on, and when at the pier must lie head toward the shore; the studding-sail, booms and sprit-sail yards must be rigged in; their offshore anchors suspended, ready for dropping; their lower and topsail yards braced "sharp up” on their offshore braces, except when in actual use in discharging or unloading cargoes; and their jib booms and martingales must be rigged in. Any of the above requirements may be dispensed with on receiving permission, in writing, from the harbor master.

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(n) The master of every vessel shall provide the necessary tackle for the proper slinging of all goods discharged from his vessel onto any wharf, or loaded, or intended to be loaded, from any wharf into his vessel and shall pay for any damage that may be done to the wharf, or other property under the control of the Board, either from the breakage of the slings, or from the goods being imperfectly slung; or by the landing or shipping of such goods.

(0) The master of every vessel lying alongside of any wharf shall fix, and at all times keep fixed, a safe and proper gangway from such vessel to the wharf.

(P) All vessels lying alongside any wharf shall display, between sunset and sunrise, a light pointing toward the harbor.

(9) All dirt or rubbish on any wharf or landing occasioned by, or due to, the loading or unloading of any vessel, shall be thoroughly cleared from the wharf that has been used by such vessel, at the expense of the master or owner thereof. The estimate of the cost of such clearing shall be made by the harbor master or wharfinger, and no permit for the departure of said vessel shall be issued until such sum is paid, or the payment thereof provided for.

(5) All vessels are prohibited from pumping bilge or discharging any waste, oil or fuel oil into the waters of any harbor of the Territory of Hawaii.

(s) Oil carriers, schooners, owners, or users of pipe lines, and all persons are prohibited from discharging oil directly or indirectly into the waters of any harbor of the Territory of Hawaii.

(t) The master of any vessel berthed at any pier, before beginning to discharge or load such vessel, shall obtain permission in writing from the harbor master or wharfinger for such discharge or loading; and such discharge or loading shall be continued until completed, by working at such hours as the harbor master or wharfinger may direct: Provided, That such direction shall not be in contravention with any law or regulation of the Federal or Territorial authorities.

(u) No person shall make any watercraft fast to any steps or landing place for passengers or freight, or allow it to be so near thereto as to obstruct the approach of other watercraft, or allow any watercraft to lie longer along such steps or landing place than shall be required for landing or embarking passengers or freight.

(v) No vessel or craft of any description shall enter or depart from Honolulu Harbor from one-half hour after sunset' until sunrise. Vessels of over 15 tons (registered classes) may move from pier to pier within Honolulu Harbor during day or night.

Vessels under 15 tons are prohibited from any movement whatsoever in Honolulu Harbor from one-half hour after sunset until sunrise, except ships' row boats, where said ships are anchored in the stream.

RULE XIV.-FIRE PREVENTION-EXPLOSIVES, COMBUSTIBLES, PAINTS, OILS, AND ACIDS.

(a) No gunpowder or other explosive shall be discharged on or loaded from any wharf, structure, or vessel at any harbor under the control of the board except by permission of the harbor master, and any such explosive so discharged, with such permission, shall be removed immediately

(6) No explosive shall be discharged or loaded from any wharf or structure or vessel at any harbor under the control of the board except in net slings provided by the vessel, the mesh of such slings not to be larger than 5 inches; and no explosive shall be received unless in sound containers.

(c) No gasoline, distillate, kerosene, benzine, naphtha, turpentine, nor other goods of a dangerous and inflammable character shall be landed on any wharf, except between the hours of 7 a. m. and 3.30 p. m.; and such articles must be removed from the wharf by 4.30 p. m. of the same day; and if any such articles should be landed in a leaky container, the same shall be immediately removed.

(d) No empty containers that have been used to hold gasoline, distillate, benzine, or any other article of a similar inflammable nature, shall be delivered onto any wharf or structure under the control of the board unless the same are securely plugged with metal screw plugs, and such containers shall be delivered on any wharf only at such times as the vessel is, or its boats are, prepared to take immediate delivery of the same.

(e) No nitrate of soda, sulphur, or other similar material shall be stored, awaiting transportation, upon any wharf within the Territory of Hawaii, unless the same be packed in sound and nonleaky containers. All nitrate of soda, sulphur, or other similar material so stored shall be under the continuous care of a competent watchman until removed, the expense of such watchman to be paid by the consignee or consignor.

(f) Masters, owners, and consignees of nitrate of soda cargoes, sulphur, or other similar materials must keep the wharf at all times swept clean and free of any loose nitrate of soda, sulphur, or other similar materials during the entire process of un

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loading and removing cargo. No loose nitrate of soda, sulphur, or other similar materials will be permitted to be landed on any wharf. In all cases nitrate of soda, vulphur, and other similar materials must be in sound containers when landed from ships.

(9) During the process of discharging or removing cargoes of nitrate of soda, sulphur, (and) or similar materials it shall be obligatory on the part of the master, owner, or agents of the vessel from which such cargo is being unloaded to provide water containers of not less than 50 gallons each, at intervals of not less than 50 feet apart, with suitable buckets placed alongside each container; said containers to be filled with a solution of water and nitrate of soda to be used in case of fire.

(k) All acids of a dangerous character shall be removed from the wharf immediately after being landed.

(1) All paints or oils in leaky containers shall be removed from the wharf immediately after being landed.

(j) All empty containers that have been used for transporting gasoline, distillate, or any material of similar inflammable nature must be removed from the wharf immediately after being landed.

(£) All persons are prohibited from delivering any goods specified or referred to in XIV b or XIV i on any wharf until the vessel is ready to receive such goods on board; and all persons are prohibited from delivering any of the articles specified or referred to in XIV c, XIV h and XIV i onto any wharf in leaky containers.

(1) No combustible materials, such as pitch, tar, resin, or oil, shall be heated on board any vessel within the harbors or streams of the Territory of Hawaii without permission of the harbor master.

(m) No vessel shall be fumigated or smoked at any wharf without permission in writing from the harbor master or wharfinger.

(n) All steam appliances when used upon any wharf, or upon any scow or piledriver, or other vessel when working alongside or near any wharf, shall be equipped with spark arresters to the satisfaction of the harbor master or wharfinger, and at the close of each day's work all ashes, coal, cinders, waste, or other deposit caused by such appliances shall be cleared up and removed from such wharf.

(o) No person shall make, repair, dress, or scrape a spar or mast, or do any kind of work on any wharf in connection with the repairing or fitting-out of any boat or vessel, without the written permission of the harbor master or wharfinger.

(p) All smoking is prohibited on or in any wharf or shed or other structure under the control of the board, and all persons are prohibited from entering into, standing in or on or under, or passing through, with a lighted pipe, cigar, or cigarette, any wharf, shed, or other structure under the control of the board of any of the following ports: Honolulu, Hilo, Lahaina, Kihei, Honuapo, Kailua, Nawiliwili, Napoopoo, or such other ports as may be designated from time to time by the board.

(9) The use of explosives on or in any wharf or shed or other structure under the control of this board, or in the vicinity of same or in any water in the immediate vicinity of wharves or under control of the board, is strictly prohibited.

RULE XV.-CONCERNING CARE OF WHARVES, HARBORS, AND STREAMS. (a) No person shall hold an auction sale, sell, or expose for sale any goods on any wharf or landing place, por carry on any trade thereon without having obtained written permission from the board.

(6) No person shall clamber on or about the structure of any wharf below the deck level. No boat or raft shall be allowed under any wharf structure.

(c) No person shall exhibit, or place any placard, notice, or advertisement on any portion of the wharves, sheds, waiting rooms, or offices without the written permission of the board.

(6) Any vessel, or any person causing any damage to any wharf, shed, or other structure, or any property of the Territory under the jurisdiction of the board, shall be liable for such damage.

(9) The board shall not be liable for damage to, or loss of, any merchandise or other property in any storehouse or on any wharf, pier, bulkhead, quay, or landing.

(h) The harbor master or wharfinger shall have the power to close the wharves or any portion thereof and to regulate and control the use thereof by the public whenever it is advisable to do so for the safety and preservation of persons or property or the maintenance of order, and no person shall enter upon any wharf so closed without the consent of the harbor master or wharfinger.

(i) Any person landing goods on any wharf, or bringing goods thereon for shipment, shall place, store, and stack such goods in such manner as the harbor master or wharfinger may direct; and no goods or other articles shall be placed in any shed or on any wharf so as to be an impediment to the approaches of, or an obstacle to the removal of, other goods from such shed or wharf, or so as to encumber mooring bitts or mooring rings, or any other devices used for mooring purposes; and every person landing or bringing such goods on any wharf shall keep all tracks, water taps, gūtters, drains, and hydrants clear; and no goods for export shall be placed on any wharf or in any shed, without the permission of the harbor master or wharfinger.

(. No goods or articles of any description which, in the opinion of the harbor master or wharfinger, are likely to occasion any damage to any wharf or shed, or any merchandise stored thereon or therein, shall be discharged or landed on any such wharf, or placed in

any. such shed. (IC) No animal shall be allowed to remain upon any wharf for a period longer than 24 hours without written permission of the harbor master or wharfinger, and any animal remaining for a longer period without such permission may be removed by the harbor master or wharfinger at the expense of the consignee.

(1) No person shall land any rubbish, ashes, or refuse on any wharf or landing place without the permission of the wharfinger or harbor master.

(m) No person shall place or leave upon any wharf, or in any shed, any vegetable or animal matter, or goods which are in a state of decay or putrification; and any goods which, in the opinion of the harbor master or wharfinger, are unfit to remain on any wharf under the jurisdiction of the board, or harmful to other goods stored on the wharf or in any shed, shall be removed from such wharf or shed by the wharfinger or harbor master, and the consignee or owner of such goods shall, upon demand, repay to the board the cost of such removal.

(n) All persons are prohibited from placing, or causing to be placed, any dead animal on any wharf or landing, or in the waters, or on the shores of any harbor under the control of the board, or upon any reef adjacent to any such harbor; and no person shall move, or cause to be moved, any dead animal through the waters of any such harbor without the written consent of the harbor master.

(0) No substance that will sink, or rubbish, garbage or refuse shall be thrown into any stream, or into any harbor, or upon any wharf in the Territory of Hawaii and under the control of the board.

(p) No person shall deposit ballast, rock, stone, slate, slag, gravel, sand, earth, cinders, rubbish, filth, or any other substance, on any of the shores, lands, or other property under the control of the board without the written permission of the board.

(@) When any ballast, stone, coal, bricks, ashes, cinders, dust, rubbish, or other loose matter or material that will sink, is being landed from any vessel upon a wharf, or being transferred from one vessel to another within any harbor or stream under the control of the board, a canvas chute, or some other contrivance satisfactory to the harbor master or wharfinger, shall be used to prevent any part of the substance that is being handled from falling into the waters of the harbor or stream.

RULE XV-A.-CONCERNING CARE OF ANIMALS ON WHARVES.

No fowl, animal, or live stock of any kind shall be allowed to remain on any wharf for a period longer than six hours without being properly fed and watered. If any such live stock shall be allowed to remain upon any wharf for a longer period than six hours without being so properly fed and watered, the harbor master or wharfinger may provide such livestock with proper feed and water or may remove the same to the nearest Territorial quarantine station for such care and treatment. All expenses incurred in the care and maintenance of such live stock pursuant to this rule shall be paid for by the consignee thereof and shall constitute a lien upon such live stock until the same are paid.

RULE XVI.-LOADING FOR WHARVES.

(a) Wharves may be loaded up to the limits as stated in these regulations, but in no case will loads in excess of these be allowed, except as herein provided. Wherever loads in excess of these specified are contemplated, permission must be obtained from the board in writing and proper shoring and skids provided. This work must be done under the supervision of, and as directed by, a representative of the said board. The following are the maximum allowable loads: Piers Nos. 8, 9, and 10, in the port of Honolulu, 500 pounds per square foot over the area supported by piles, cylinders, or sea wall; 1,000 pounds per square foot over the balance of the area on solid fill; Kuhio wharf, in port of Hilo, 500 pounds per square foot over the area supported by piles and 1,000 pounds per square foot over area on solid fill; all other wharves, 250 pounds per square foot over the piles and wooden structure and 1,000 pounds per square foot over the area on solid fill.

(6) Concentrated loads shall be distributed by planks, skids, or shoring, so as to give a distributed loading which will not exceed 30 per cent of the maximum loads allowed for that particular wharf. The method used for distributing such concentrated loads shall be subject to the direction of a representative of the board,

(C) No overload will be allowed to remain on the piled area, but must be removed to the solid fill waiting transportation. Impact loads caused by self-dumping wagons, or by violent discharge of loads from wagons, or from slings will not be allowed.

(d) Coal shall be placed on one-fourth inch steel plates, at least 8 by 16 feet in size, such plate to be furnished by the consignor or the consignee.

(e) No single piece of merchandise weighing over 74 tons will be permitted on any wharf without written permission from the harbor master.

(f) When vessels are discharged by means of a chute, a one-fourth inch 8 by 8 feet steel plate must be provided at the foot of the chute to receive the impact of cargo so landed.

RULE XVII. - STORAGE ON WHARVES.

(a) Applications for rental of storage space by owners or agents of vessels or by common carriers will be considered when presented in writing to the board.

(6) The rental charge for storage space shall be 2 cents per square foot per month: Provided, That storage charges for sugar shall be 6 cents per ton.

(c) When monthly rates are charged, fractional parts of months shall be regarded as full months, and the full rate per month will be charged.

RULE XIX.--CHARGES FOR THE USE OF FUEL-OIL PIPE-LINES.

(a) The charge for the use of the fuel-oil pipe-line shall be 2 cents per barrel of oil pumped through the line, whether from ships to tanks or from tanks to ships, or to other users of fuel oil.

(6) Firms, corporations, or individuals using the fuel-oil pipe-lines must provide the necessary hose to connect the line with the receiving or discharging watercraft.

(c) Permits to use the pipe line will be granted to those corporations, firms, or individuals who are in a position to deliver oil to or from vessels berthed at Government wharves at a minimum volume of 1,000 barrels per hour.

(d) To regulate delivery of fuel oil to ships berthed at Government wharves, no barge or oil tank, vessel, or other container will be permitted to discharge oil to, or receive oil from, any vessel berthed at a Government wharf in the harbors of Honolulu or Hilo during such time as the fuel-oil pipe-line in the respective harbors is in a condition properly to receive from or deliver oil to ships berthed at wharves owned or controlled by the Territory of Hawaii.

(e) Damage of any nature to wharf or to merchandise stored thereon caused by leaks from hose, or from carelessness in handling oil hose, will be chargeable to the firm, corporation, or individual using the fuel-oil pipe-line at the time the damage was done.

(5) Storage for oil-hose on the wharves will be granted on application to the harbor master. Any oil-hose stored on territorial property will be at the owner's risk, and shall be moved by the owner at any time when ordered by the harbor master.

RULE XX.CHARGES FOR MOLASSES PIPE LINES.

(a) The charge for the use of the molasses pipe-line shall be 2 cents per barrel 42 gallons pumped through the line, whether from ships to tanks or from tanks to ships, or to other users of molasses.

(6) Firms, corporations, or individuals using the line must provide the necessary hose for connection with the receiving or discharging watercraft.

(c) Permits to use the line will be granted only to those applicants who are in position to deliver molasses to or from vessels berthed at Government wharves at a minimum volume of the normal capacity of the line per hour.

(d) Damage of any nature to wharf or to merchandise stored thereon caused by leaks from hose, or from carelessness in handling molasses hose, will be chargeable to the firm, corporation, or individual using the molasses pipe-line at the time the damage was done.

RULE XXI. -POV R, SAIL, AND ROWBOATS. (a) All sampans and fishing boats, or any small watercraft using the waters of the harbors of Honolulu, Hilo, Port Allen, and Kahului, must moor in the berths allotted to them from time to time by the harbor masters at the said ports.

(b) The mooring charges for all such small watercraft will be as follows: Provided, however, That no mooring charges shall be made for craft used wholly for pleasure:

Per month. 1. Sailboats. 2. Power boats, 20 feet long and less than 40 feet.. 3. Power boats, 40 feet long and less than 60 feet 4. Power boats, 60 feet long and less than 80 feet. 5. Power boats, 80 feet long and over..

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