Licensing of Marine Radiotelegraph Operators: Hearing...on S. 1389 and H.R. 1036

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1948 - 32 pages
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Page 4 - Every master, mate, engineer, and pilot who shall receive a license shall, when employed upon any vessel, within forty-eight hours after going on duty, place his certificate of license, which shall be framed under glass, in some conspicuous place in such vessel, where it can be seen by passengers and others at all times...
Page 4 - ... to the truth of all the statements set forth in his application for such license. Any person who shall make or subscribe to any oath or affirmation authorized in this title and knowing the same to be false shall be deemed guilty of perjury.
Page 3 - ... that he will faithfully and honestly, according to his best skill and judgment, without concealment or reservation, perform all the duties required of him by law.
Page 2 - It shall be unlawful to employ any person, or for any person to serve, as a master, chief mate, engineer, or pilot of any steamer or as master of any...
Page 3 - In each watch to be as nearly equal as the division of the total number In each class will permit. The watches shall be kept on duty successively. The requirement for division into watches applies only to those classes of the crew specifically named in the aforesaid section 2: Provided, That in the case of radiotelegraph operators this requirement shall be applicable only when 3 or more radio officers are employed.
Page 4 - In such duties for the term of five years, provided he continues to hold a valid first- or second-class radiotelegraph operator license issued by the Federal Communications Commission. All licenses Issued under this section shall be subject to suspension or revocation on the same grounds and In the same manner and with like procedure as is provided in the case of suspension or revocation of license of officers under the provisions of section 4450 of the Revised Statutes, as amended.
Page 3 - ... times: Provided, That in case of emergency such radiotelegraph operator may be transferred to another vessel of the same owners for a period not exceeding forty-eight hours without the transfer of his license; and for every neglect to comply with this provision by any such radiotelegraph operator, he shall be subject to a fine of $100 or to the revocation of his license. SEC. 7. Nothing in this Act shall affect the status of radiotelegraph operators while serving aboard vessels operating solely...
Page 2 - Such license shall be subject to suspension or revocation on the same grounds and in the same manner and with like procedure as is provided in the case of suspension or revocation of licenses of officers under the provisions of section 4450 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (USC, 1934 edition, Supp.
Page 2 - by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That whenever the complement of any vessel prescribed pursuant to section 4463 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (46 USC, sec. 222), includes one or more radiotelegraph operators such operators shall be required to be licensed officers. SEC. 2. The boards of local inspectors authorized under section 4414 of the Revised Statutes (USC, 1940 edition, title 46, sec.
Page 4 - Every radiotelegraph operator, who shall change, by addition, interpolation, or erasure of any kind, any certificate or license issued by...

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