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This board should be empowered and directed to exainine
any and all improved patterns of lamps, lanterns, and fog-
signal apparatus for use on board ships, which are brought to
their notice before a certain date, to be set by the Secretary
of the Treasury, and, if such be deemed more serviceable than
the articles now in use for similar purposes, they be experi-
mented with, and their range of visibility or audibility, as re-
quired above, be ascertained and reported upon.
All of which is respectfully submitted.

S. R. FRANKLIN,
Rear-Admiral, U. S. Navy, President,
W. T. SAMPSON,

Captain, U. S. Navy.

S. I. KIMBALL,
General Superintendent Life-Saving Serice.
JAS. W. NORCROSS,

Master Mariner.
John W. SHACKFORD,

Master Mariner. WILLIAM W. GOODRICH,

Counsellor at Law.

CLEMENT A. Griscom,
President International Navigation Company,

Delegates.
V. L. COTTMAN,
Lieutenant U. S. Navy,

Secretary.

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INDEX.

Page.
Buoys and Beacons, Uniform System of.....

331-345
Collocation of the Rules of the Road...

55-67
Color-blindness, Qualifications for Officers and Seamen in Regard to

175-176
Committees, list of .

9-17
Reports of

18-445
On Collocation of the Rules of the Road.

55-67
Lane Routes..

264-281
Lights

67-79
Lights, Additional

80-81
•Lights for Small Craft

167-171
Necessary Qualifications for Officers and Seaman.. 175-176
Night Signals. .....

282-286
Notice of Dangers to Navigation....

318-331
Permanent International Marine Commission... 346–445
Regulations for Determining Seaworthiness of Vessels.. 172–174
Reporting, Marking, and Removing Dangerous Wrecks. 302–318
Rules of the Road, Differences in

18454
Rules of the Road Recommended

55-67
Sound Signals

82-155
Sound Signals, Additional..

156-161
Systems and Devices....

162-166
Uniform Load-Mark

177-180
Uniform System of Buoys and Beacons

331-345
Warnings of Approaching Storms..

287-302
Establishment of a Permanent International Maritime Commission

346-445
Fog-Signals

82-161
General Division 1 of Programme

18-67
2.

172-174
3

177-180
4

174, 175
5

181-263
6

175-176
7

264-281
8

282-286
9

287-302

302–318
11

318-331
12

331-345
13

346-445
International Maritime Commission, Permanent..

316-445
Rules of the Road, Differences in.

18-54
Recommended

55-67
501

10

Page
Lanes for Steamers on Frequented Routes

264-281
Life-saving Systems and Devices .

.181-263
Lights....

68-81
for Small Craft

..167-171
List of Committees...

9-17
Maritime Commission, Permanent International....

346-445
Marking, Reporting, and Removing Dangerous Wrecks

302–318
Vessels, uniform System of.....

174, 175
Necessary Qualifications for Officers and Seamen.

175, 1.6
Night Signals for Communicating Information at Sea

285-286
Notice of Dangers to Navigation ....

318-331
Permanent International Maritime Commission..

346-445
Proceedings of Conference, Report upon, by U. S. Delegates

447-499
Programme of Subjects..

3-8
Qualifications Necessary for Officers and Seamen.

175, 176
Regulations to Determine the Seaworthiness of Vessels

172-174
Report of U. S. Delegates to Secretary of State....

447-499
Reporting, Marking, and Removing Dangerous Wrecks

302-318
Reports of Committees

184445
Rules of the Road, Differences in

18-54
Recommended for Adoption

55-67
Saving Life and Property from Shipwreck ....

181-263
Signals, Night, for Communicating Information at Sea.

282-286
Sound and Fog

82-161
Storm Warning..

287-302
Systems and Devices ....

162-166
Uniform Maximum Load-mark

177-180
Regulations Regarding the Designating and Marking of Vessels ... 174, 175
System of Buoys and Beacons.......

331-345
United States Delegates' Report to Secretary of State ..

447-499
Vision, Qualifications in Regard to, for Officers and Seamen.

175, 176
Warnings of Approaching Storms.

287-302

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