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Page 71 - ... required side, then the outside yacht must give the inside yacht room to pass clear of the mark. A yacht shall not, however, be justified in attempting to establish an overlap and thus force a passage between another yacht and the mark after the latter yacht has altered her helm for the purpose of rounding.
Page 10 - Laboratory, for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a laboratory or station for scientific study and investigation, and a school for instruction in biology and natural history, and have complied with the provisions of the statutes of this Commonwealth in such case made and provided, as appears from the certificate of the President, Treasurer, and...
Page 10 - Association, with the powers, rights, and privileges, and subject to the limitations, duties, and restrictions, which by law appertain thereto. Witness...
Page 42 - All officers shall be elected at the annual meeting and shall hold office for one year or until their successors have been duly elected . Section 3.
Page 70 - AFT. 5. A yacht with the wind aft is deemed to have the wind on the side opposite to that on which she is carrying her main boom.
Page 65 - ... approval and control ; and all doubts, questions, and disputes, which may arise shall be subject to their decision. Their decisions shall be based upon these rules so far as they will apply, but as no rules can be devised capable of meeting every incident and accident of sailing, the...
Page 46 - The Under Secretary assists the Secretary in the discharge of his duties and in the absence of the latter performs his functions.
Page 47 - Said commission provided for in section one of this act shall organize by the election of a chairman and secretary, and shall...
Page 72 - ... bear away in order to give room, the other shall also tack, or bear away as the case may be at as near the same time as is possible without danger of fouling. But should such obstruction be a designated mark of the course, a yacht forcing another to tack under the provisions of this section shall be disqualified.
Page 90 - Yachts should salute on entering port in the home waters of a foreign club, where any of its fleet are lying. After the tender of civilities has been made, owners of the entering yachts should visit the officer in command of the anchorage. All other visits should be made...

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