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N., longitude 133°48'01" W.; thence southwest three-quarters south sixteen and five-eights miles to a point approximately latitude 55°34' 46'' N., longitude 134°14'40' W.; thence southeast by south twelve and one-half miles to a point approximately latitude 55°22'23" N., longitude 134°12'48" W.; thence northeast thirteen and seven-eights miles to the southern extremity of Cape Addington, Noyes Island, latitude 55°26'11" N., longitude 133°49'12" W.; and to the point of origin on Cape Ulitka. The boundary lines herein indicated shall be determined from Chart 8157, as published by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey at Washington, D. C., in June 1929, and Chart 8152, as published by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey at Washington, D. C., in March 1933, and reissued March 1939, except for the point of Cape Addington which shall be determined from Chart 8158, as published by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey in December, 1923, Provided, That the duly authorized officers of the United States of America may at any time place a plainly visible mark or marks at any point or points as nearly as practicable on the boundary line defined herein, and such mark or marks shall thereafter be considered as correctly defining said boundary.
(c) Second, that area lying in the waters off the north coast of Graham Island, British Columbia, within the following boundary: from the northwest extremity of Wiah Point, latitude 54° 06' 50" N., longitude 132° 19' 18'' W., true north five and one-half miles to a point approximately latitude 54° 12' 20" N., longitude 132° 19' 18'' W.; thence true east approximately sixteen and threetenths miles to a point which shall lie northwest (according to magnetic compass at any time) of the highest point of Tow Hill, Graham Island, latitude 54° 04' 24" N., longitude 131° 48' 00' W.; thence southeast to the said highest point of Tow Hill. The points on the shoreline of the above mentioned island shall be determined from Chart 3754, published at the Admiralty, London, April 11, 1911: Provided, That the duly authorized officers of the Dominion of Canada may at any time place a plainly visible mark or marks at any point or points as nearly as practicable on the boundary line defined herein, and such marks shall thereafter be considered as correctly defining said boundary.
§ 301.10 Dory gear prohibited. The use of any hand gurdy or other appliance in hauling halibut gear by hand power in any dory or small boat operated from a vessel licensed under the regulations in this part is prohibited in all convention waters.
$ 301.11 Nets prohibited. It is prohibited to retain halibut taken with a net of any kind or to have in possession any halibut while using any net or nets other than bait nets for the capture of other species of fish, nor shall any license or permit held by any vessel under the regulations in this part be valid during the use or possession on board of any net or nets other than bait nets which are utilized for no other purpose than the capture of bait for said vessel.
§ 301.12 Retention of tagged halibut. Nothing contained in the regulations in this part shall prohibit any vessel at any time from retaining and landing any halibut which bears an International Fisheries Commission tag at the time of capture, Provided, That such halibut with the tag still attached is reported at the time of landing to representatives of the International Fisheries Commission or to enforcement officers of either of said Governments and is made available to them for examination.
$ 301.13 Responsibility of master. Wherever in the regulations in this part any duty is laid upon any vessel, it shall be the personal responsibility of the master or operator of said vessel to see that said duty is performed and he shall personally be responsible for the performance of said duty. This section shall not be construed to relieve any member of the crew of any responsibility with which he would otherwise be chargeable.
$ 301.14 Supervision of unloading and weighing. The unloading and weighing of the halibut of any vessel licensed or holding a permit under the regulations in this part shall be under such supervision as the customs or other authorized officer may deem advisable in order to assure the fulfilment of the provisions of the regulations in this part.
§ 301.15 Previous regulations superseded. The regulations in this part shall supersede all previous regulations adopted pursuant to the Convention between the United States of America and the Dominion of Canada for preservation of the halibut fishery of the northern Pa
cific Ocean and Bering Sea, signed accordingly, until superseded by subseJanuary 29, 1937, except as to offenses quently approved regulations. Any deoccurring prior to the approval of the termination made by the International regulations in this part. This part shall Fisheries Commission pursuant to the be effective as to each succeeding year, regulations in this part shall become with the dates herein specified changed effective immediately.
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of passengers, 4 Part 7
charges, 4 Part 9
mation, and furnishing copies, 4
II), 5 Part 2
tive service, 5 Part 21
torious suggestions and for ex-
5 Part 32
sition of, 5 Part 3
appointment to certain scientific,
tions, 5 Part 24
(Rule VI), 5 Part 6
compensation, and removal, 5 Part
V), 5 Part 5
rules of practice, 5 Part 23
and transfer, 5 Part 8
ence regulations for use in, 5
tion of, in cases involving claims
or appeals 5 Part 33
peals of preference eligibles un-
der, 5 Part 22
etc. See Presidential documents.
spections, and marketing practices, etc.
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it (Subtitle B):
ment of Agriculture (Chapter I):
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dures, 6 Part 2
requests, 6 Part 4
dures, 6 Part 69
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filled by student or resident train-
mum stipends, 5 Part 27
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stitutions, 6 Part 43
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Settlement, 6 Part 386
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agricultural commodities, 6 Part