Vessels stranded on foreign coasts.
Property wrecked on Florida coast.
Forfeitures for taking wrecked property to foreign ports.
License to wreckers on Florida coast.
Canadian vessels aiding vessels wrecked or disabled in United States waters.
International agreement as to derelicts.
Right to salvage not affected by ownership of vessel.
Salvors of life to share in remuneration.
Time limit for salvage suits.
Applicability to ships of war.
SUBCHAPTER III—ICE AND DERELICTS
International agreements as to ice patrol and derelict destruction; allocation of expenses.
Maintenance of ice patrol; aid to ships in distress; destruction of derelicts.
Warning to vessels.
Report on ships in dangerous regions.
Administration by Coast Guard.
Speed of vessel in ice region; penalty.
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Description of Change
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