(a)A vessel to which section
11102 of this title applies shall be provided with a slop chest containing sufficient clothing for the intended voyage for each seaman, including—
(1)boots or shoes;
(2)hats or caps;
(5)foul weather clothing;
(6)everything necessary for the wear of a seaman; and
(7)a complete supply of tobacco and blankets.
(b)Merchandise in the slop chest shall be sold to a seaman desiring it, for the use of the seaman, at a profit of not more than 10 percent of the reasonable wholesale value of the merchandise at the port at which the voyage began.
(c)This section does not apply to a vessel on a voyage to Canada, Bermuda, the West Indies, Mexico, or Central America, or a fishing or whaling vessel.
11103 requires that a United States vessel on a foreign or intercoastal domestic voyage be equipped with a slop chest and lists the items the slop chest must contain.
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