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§. 82 `. TITLE 3.-¤-··NAVIG1TION IA qi `:h§`}¤¤¤e1Q •e men ¤· hcisht me 1: min hdnot tthan Bfteéu. feet Joweri Ythmx ,the icrwardi light, mmthaw such .1isht.·.¤ “ · Y " ‘ ‘~— The lmgth-of an vessel shalkbe deemed to"be the length appeafingin hér-cértihcatdcf - T ` ‘ AA vase! agmxmd in 01; mea; at fair-way shall. cm ry the labove light _0l€ 1ightgs°und the two red lights prescribed bywrtiéle tom (n). (Aug. 19, 1890, §`1,_28`-Stat. 32§.)j · · · 82. Aééwbxgd lights and signals what uccusary ‘ author-. igede-—A~r¢. 13.-·Evary· vessel may, it necessary in order .t¤ ht- tract~¤tte¤3;i0u, in addition to the- lights whiéh she is by ¢h$e‘ mlés required to cgrry,` show sham-up light or use.any·detohating signal that can not be uiistaken for a distress signal. (Aug; 19, 1890, c. w2,, §. 1,26 Stat. 325.) _- ‘ _A ·— . " · 83. Spécial for ship of war and mmrdy; recognition hfignqls V adapted by shipcw¤¢r$.———Art. ·13.+—Nqthi¤g in these _. mim shaii interfere with the operation of · my special ruies‘ ` made by the _,Gcvcmme¤t ct any nation, with ‘ respect to_ additianal smtimx ami signaldightq for ·two or more ships of war or- A

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ND IAVIGALBLH WATER! __0__M_;_;_n___";,_;______» in subdivisions (5) and (c) of this 1rtlele, at intervals ot not more two minutu, sound three succession. nnmely: One prolonged blast followed `b!_ two Bhbft blasts. _ A vessel towed may give; this slgnnlgnnd the shall not give any other. . · _· " _ .- ‘ s¤11mg`”yes¤e1s. end boats of less than twenty tons gm,-g n tonnage shell. not be obliged to give ·tho` ahovéhendoned ' nels, but, if they do not; they shaltmnke hom other eiilcicm ° emma siinul at intervals ot'. not more than one minute. (June 10, 1896, 401,.§.1,'$9‘Stat. 381.) = · ·· . _ 92. in-@g;jetc.—-QAM.:16.--Every vemel- mall, in 5 iw, I mist, felling snow,_ or heavy rsinuorms, got at a modems speed, hhving careful regardto the existing. circumstances and v conditions. · A _· " _ _ `· . _ -,·`.` ` 'A steam vessel, hearing, apparently forward of her beam, the . · {og signal ot °o vessel the position of which ts not useertnineqa shall, so for as the circumstances ofihe case ddmlt, istop her engines, and then nevhgnte with `céution endl- Mnger of collision is over. · (Aug. 19, 1@0, c. 802, $,1, 28 Stat. @6.) · ‘


" ·101. Suggestionfor ascertatnment M r& ¢ eol .—·Risk of collision cnn, when circnxhstnnces permit, he ascertained hg? carefully watclilng the goxnpsg, an eepproachieg vessel,. il! the bearing jdoesj not nppreclably change, such ries should he deenred to existg (Aug. 19, 1&0, c. 802, S 1, 26 Stat.? ‘ 162. Sailing vouch approhchlng one another.-—·Art. 17.- When two snillng Yvwsels are approaching enlenanother, so as . to involve risk ot collision, one ot them shell keep out of the way of-the other, asfollows, namely: ~ _ — ‘ · A (s) A" vessel which is running free shall keep oetof the way of evessel which is ‘close·hanled.‘ . -_ ° ‘ ‘ — - (b)‘ .A vessel which, is closehouled on the port tack ehnll keep out ot thm way ot a vessel which is on the starboard tack. ` -_ ‘ ·(e) When both are running free, with the wled on dwerent I sides, the 'évessel which has thejwind on the port side shall keep out of the way of the other. " · _ . · A _ _(d) When both nre running free, with the wind on the same side, th·e vessel which is to the windwnrd shall keep out of the wgy of the veesel which is toleewsrd. " _ - ` (e) A vessel. which has the wind aft shall keep out of the way of the other vessel (Aug. 19, 1®0, c. Sw, {1, 26 Stnt. 108. Stein; vessels meeting em on.-——A•‘t. 18.-——·When two steam vessels are meeting end on, or nearly end on, so as to involve risk of collision, each shall alter `her comrse to star board,. so that each tnejmq on the port sldeof the other. ` This Znrtlcle only applies to where ·v@ls ere meeting end on,,_or· nearly end on, in an manner a to involve risk I of collision, and does not apply to two v@ls whlchxnnst, if . .’ both keep on their tlve coursm, pass clear oi each other. The only cases to whlchfit dm apply ore when each of the twowessels iscend on, or neerlyend `on,`to the other; in other words, to cases in which, by day, each vessel sees the meets ot the other in s" line, or nearly ine line, with her ovvnyend by night; to cases in which. each vemel is ln such A pcmtion as to eeeboth the side llghts ot the other. »· ·_ Q, ’ . ? _ J · .It does notspply by dey to cones in which ‘e vessel sees another ahead cronies own course; or hy, night, to cases where the red liiht of one vemel is oppomd to the red light of the other, or where the green light of one vessel is opposed to the light of the other or where e red light without a green light, or n green light without s r@ llght,,ls secu ahead, ‘ or where 'hoth gleesnso red lights are anywhere but `ahedd. -_(Au:.·_19, 1890, ’c. 802, S 1, 26 mt,320.) ‘