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Harbors and navigation code of the State of California
|Statement||with amendments up to and including those of the first extraordinary session of the legislature, 1954. Annotated and indexed by the publisher"s editorial staff.|
|Series||Deering"s California codes|
|LC Classifications||KFC30.5.D4 H37 1954.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxii, 471 p.|
|Number of Pages||471|
|LC Control Number||55000950|
Harbors and Navigation Code: When it was adopted in , the Harbors and Navigation Code statutes were derived from old enactments and former codes, such as the former Political Code and as well as former statutes of the Penal, Public Contract, and Public Resources Codes. Addressed in this code are private and public wharves and piers, specific bays (such as San . !1!! California*Harbors*&*Navigation*Code*Boating*Under*theInfluence* Aboat!is!a!motor!vehicle!andis!subject!tomany!of!the!same!laws!andpenalties!as!those File Size: KB.
California Code of Regulations, (Vol. 07), Title 7, Harbors and Navigation Uploaded by Please see our page on the California Building Standards Commission for more information on these documents. California Harbors And Navigation Code Section This part may be cited as the Harbor Development Bond Law of California Harbors And Navigation Code Section As used in this chapter the following words shall have the following meanings: (a) "Committee" means the Harbor Improvement Bond Committee.
California Harbors and Navigation Code Section CA Harb & Nav Code § () (a) There is in the Transportation Agency a Board of Pilot Commissioners for the Bays of San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun, consisting of seven members appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, as follows. HARBORS AND NAVIGATION CODE Canal Section, Newport Beach, recorded in Book 4, page 98 of Miscellaneous Maps, records of Orange County, California. The coast line of the State of California from the boundary line between it and Mexico on the south, to the boundary line between it and Oregon on the north, is as defined and determined File Size: 51KB.
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(b) A person convicted of an infraction for a violation of this article shall be punished as follows: (1) For an initial conviction, by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars ($).
DIVISION 6. HARBORS AND PORTS [ - ] DIVISION 7. COUNTY PROVISIONS [ - ] DIVISION 8. HARBOR AND PORT DISTRICTS [ - ]. HARBORS AND NAVIGATION CODE DIVISION 5.
PILOTS FOR MONTEREY BAY AND THE BAYS OF SAN FRANCISCO, SAN PABLO, AND SUISUN [ ] (Heading of Division 5 amended by Stats.Ch.Sec. 1.) CHAPTER 1. Pilots [ - ]File Size: KB. Harbors and Navigation Code - HNC. DIVISION 3. VESSELS [ - ] The department shall consult with the California State Sheriff’s Association in developing the course and making it available on the Internet.
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The ABCs of California Boating is based upon the California Harbors and Navigation Code, Vehicle Code, Penal Code and California Code of Regulations, but uses everyday terms rather than legal language found in these laws. Not all. Genre/Form: Statutes and codes: Additional Physical Format: Online version: California.
Harbors and navigation code of the state of California. The California Harbors and Navigation Code covers private and public beaches, wharves and piers, specific bays, harbor and port districts, the Department of Boating and Waterways, and the Boating and Waterways Commission.
This is the complete, unabridged text of the code. 5) The requirements specified in Harbors and Navigation Code section and in California Code of Regulations, title 7, sections and that a pilot be found fit-for-duty as a condition of having his or her license renewed and that a.
The ABCs of California Boating is based upon the California Harbors and Navigation Code, Vehicle Code, Penal Code, and California Code of Regulations, but uses everyday terms rather than legal language in most instances.
Not all provisions of law pertaining to boating are included. California Harbors and Navigation Code Sections CHAPTER 2. DEFINITION AND DESCRIPTION HARBORS AND NAVIGATION CODE SECTION Navigable waters and all streams of sufficient capacity to transport the products of the country are public ways for the purposes of navigation and of such transportation.
Get this from a library. Harbors and navigation code of the State of California. Adopted. [California.; Bancroft-Whitney Company.]. Harbors and Navigation, Business and Professions, Corporations, Education, Fish and Game, Government, Health and Safety, Penal, Public Resources, Vehicle, and Water Codes, the California Code of Regulations, and the Federal Inland Navigation Rules as they relate to recreational changes through January 1, are included.
This book File Size: 1MB.Terms Used In California Codes > Harbors and Navigation Code > Division 3 > Chapter 5 > Article 1. Alcohol: means any form or derivative of ethyl alcohol (ethanol).See California Insurance Code ; Alcohol concentration: means either grams of alcohol per milliliters of blood or grams of alcohol per liters of California Insurance Code (c) A peace officer or harbor policeman authorized to enforce the provisions of Chapter 5 (commencing with Section ) of Division 3 of the Harbors and Navigation Code may inspect a vessel using California waterways for compliance with safety laws, rules, or regulations where the officer has probable cause or a reasonable suspicion to believe that a violation of the laws.