-48tificate referred to herein shall be issued for a term of one year and shall specify the number of passengers which the vessel may carry, and the number of life preservers and the fire-fighting apparatus and other equipment which the vessel shall carry. Such vessels may be operated only by persons holding operators' licenses, issued after examination by the board of local inspectors and approved by the supervising inspector or such other person as the Governor designates. Whoever, as owner, hirer, or borrower of such a vessel, causes or permits it to be operated in Canal Zone waters in violation of a requirement of this section or of the certificate issued hereunder, shall be fined not more than $100. This section does not apply to public vessels of the United States or of the Republic of Panama, or to tugboats or towboats propelled by steam. § 1359. Registration and numbering of small vessels not propelled by machinery; fine for violation Vessels not more than sixty-five feet in length and not propelled in whole or in part by machinery, shall be registered and numbered, and when numbers have been assigned they shall be displayed in a conspicuous place in prescribed form. Whoever, as owner, hirer, or borrower of such a vessel, causes or permits it to be operated in Canal Zone waters in violation of a requirement of this section shall be fined not more than $100. Subchapter III—Seamen § 1381. Laws applicable to seamen of vessels of United States The laws relating to seamen of vessels of the United States on foreign voyages apply to seamen of all vessels of the United States at the Canal Zone, whether the vessels are registered or enrolled and licensed. § 1382. Powers of shipping commissioner and deputies The shipping commissioner and deputy shipping commissioners in the Canal Zone have the same powers with respect to the seamen referred to in section 1381 of this title as the powers conferred by law upon consular officers of the United States in foreign ports and upon United States Coast Guard officials to whom the duties of shipping commissioner have been delegated in ports of the United States. CHAPTER 83—SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS See. 1411. Regulations governing swimming. 1412. Penalties for violation.
§ 1411. Regulations governing swimming The Governor may prescribe, and from time to time amend, regulations governing swimming in the Canal Zone. § 1412. Penalties for violation Whoever violates a regulation issued pursuant t a section 1411 of this title shall be fined not more than $100 or imprisoned in jail not more than 30 days, or both. CHAPTER 85—TAXES AND LICENSES See. 1441. Regulations for levying, assessing, and collecting taxes. 1442. Penalties for violation.