The Congress finds and declares that trafficking in controlled substances aboard vessels is a serious international problem and is universally condemned. Moreover, such trafficking presents a specific threat to the security and societal well-being of the United States.
Section was formerly classified to section
955b of Title
21, Food and Drugs.
1986—Pub. L. 99–570and Pub. L. 99–640generally amended section identically, substituting provisions relating to Congressional declaration of findings for provisions relating to definitions.
Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 99–307inserted provision that an event otherwise qualifying as an arrangement not lose that qualification by the fact that consent to, or the terms of, such arrangement are communicated by radio, telephone, or other similar means, or by how specific such arrangement is as to the vessel to which such arrangement applies.
Interdiction Procedures for Vessels of Foreign Registry
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