Great Lakes Pilotage Requirements: 86-2

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Page 4 - ... vessel shall be liable and may be seized and proceeded against by way of libel in any district court of the United States having jurisdiction of the offense.
Page 5 - Act, and the application of such provision to persons or circumstances other than those to which it is held invalid, shall not be affected thereby.
Page 72 - Again I wish to express my appreciation to the members of this committee for the...
Page 26 - Agreement, means all of the Great Lakes, their connecting and tributary waters, and the St. Lawrence River as far east as the lower exit of the Lachine Canal and the Victoria Bridge at Montreal...
Page 3 - Such qualifications, terms, and conditions shall not include matters relating to a pilot's professional competency nor be inconsistent with his duties under the license issued to him by the Coast Guard, which matters shall remain the responsibility of the Coast Guard.
Page 2 - Great Lakes" means Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario, their connecting and tributary waters, the St. Lawrence River as far east as Saint Regis, and adjacent port areas. (6) "Other officer...
Page 2 - President shall designate and by proclamation announce those United States waters of the Great Lakes in which registered vessels of the United States and foreign vessels shall be required to have in their service a United States registered pilot or a Canadian registered pilot, for the waters concerned, who shall, subject to the customary authority of the master, direct the navigation of the vessel in those waters.
Page 3 - Canadian pilots. (d) The Secretary is authorized to enter into arrangements with an appropriate agency of Canada for equitable participation by United States registered pilots with Canadian registered pilots in the pilotage services required by both countries for vessels navigating the Great Lakes. To that end, the Secretary is further authorized to arrange with an appropriate agency of Canada for the number of pilots who shall be registered in each country.
Page 29 - The Secretary is authorized to arrange with the appropriate agency of Canada for the establishment of joint or identical rates, charges, and any other conditions or terms for services by registered pilots in the waters of the Great Lakes.
Page 4 - Committee may review proposed pilotage regulations and policies and make such recommendations as are deemed appropriate. (c) Members of the Advisory Committee shall be compensated at a rate not exceeding $75 per day when actually engaged in the performance of their duties, together with their necessary travel expenses while going to and from meetings and when engaged on business at the call of the Secretary.

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