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1—Navigable Waters Generally

2—International Rules for Navigation at Sea

3—Navigation Rules for Harbors, Rivers, and Inland Waters Generally

4—Navigation Rules for Great Lakes and Their Connecting and Tributary Waters

5—Navigation Rules for Red River of the North and Rivers Emptying Into Gulf of Mexico and Tributaries

5a—Exemption of Navy Or Coast Guard Vessels from Certain Navigation Rules

6—General Duties of Ship Officers and Owners After Collision or Other Accident

7—Regulations For the Suppression of Piracy

8—Summary Trials For Certain Offenses Against Navigation Laws

9—Protection of Navigable Waters and of Harbor and River Improvements Generally

10—Anchorage Grounds And Harbor Regulations Generally

11—Bridges Over Navigable Waters

12—River and Harbor Improvements Generally

13—Mississippi River Commission

14—California Debris Commission

15—Flood Control


17—National Ocean Survey

18—Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation

19—Saint Lawrence Seaway

20—Pollution of the Sea by Oil

21—International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea

22—Sea Grant Colleges and Marine Science Development

23—Pollution Control of Navigable Waters

24—Vessel Bridge-To-Bridge Communication

25—Ports and Waterways Safety Program

26—Water Pollution Prevention and Control

27—Ocean Dumping

28—Pollution Casualties on the High Seas: United States Intervention

29—Deepwater Ports

30—International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea

31—Ocean Pollution Research and Development and Monitoring Planning

32—Inland Waterways Trust Fund

33—Prevention of Pollution from Ships

34—Inland Navigational Rules

35—Artificial Reefs

36—Water Resources Development

37—Organotin Antifouling Paint Control

38—Dumping of Medical Waste by Public Vessels

39—Shore Protection from Municipal or Commercial Waste

40—Oil Pollution

41—National Coastal Monitoring

42—Estuary Restoration

43—National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps

44—Oceans and Human Health

Professional & Technical
May 1
Policy Reference Press
Benjamin W. Camp

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