US (United States) Code. Title 47. Chapter 3: Radiotelegraphs

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47 USC CHAPTER 3 - RADIOTELEGRAPHS 01/06/03

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TITLE 47 - TELEGRAPHS, TELEPHONES, AND RADIOTELEGRAPHS

CHAPTER 3 - RADIOTELEGRAPHS

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CHAPTER 3 - RADIOTELEGRAPHS

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47 USC Secs. 51 to 63 01/06/03

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TITLE 47 - TELEGRAPHS, TELEPHONES, AND RADIOTELEGRAPHS

CHAPTER 3 - RADIOTELEGRAPHS

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Secs. 51 to 63. Repealed. Feb. 23, 1927, ch. 169, Sec. 39, 44 Stat.

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Section 51, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 1, 37 Stat. 302,

required license for operation of apparatus for radio communication

and transmission of radiograms or signals, revocable for cause,

described its interstate, foreign and local aspects, exempted the

United States from its requirement and provided for special call

letters for every Government station and penalties and forfeiture

of offending apparatus. See sections 301, 305, 312, 501, and 503 of

this title.

Section 52, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 2, 37 Stat. 303,

related to form of license, United States citizenship of licensee,

and contents of license, including statement of restrictions,

ownership, location, purpose, wave length, and hours for work of

station, subjection to rules and regulations and to closing by the

President in time of war, public peril or disaster or Government

use or control with payment of just compensation. See sections 307

to 309 of this title.

Section 53, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 3, 37 Stat. 303,

required that operators of radio apparatus be licensed, provided

for one year period of suspension of license for noncompliance with

rules and regulations, declared the employment of unlicensed

operators to be unlawful and provided penalty therefor and

authorized the issuance of temporary permits in emergencies by

collector of customs to operators on a vessel. See sections 308 and

318 of this title.

Section 54, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 4, 37 Stat. 304,

subjected private and commercial stations to certain specific

regulations, provided for enforcement and waiver of regulations,

for grant of special temporary licenses to conduct radio tests and

experiments, and prescribed general penalty for violation of

regulations and reduction and remittance of such penalty and

suspension or revocation of license. The Regulations, numbered

First-Nineteenth, related to: (1) normal wave length; (2) other

wave lengths; (3) use of a pure wave; (4) use of a sharp wave; (5)

use of a standard distress wave; (6) signal of distress; (7) use of

broad interfering wave for distress signals (see section 321(a) of

this title); (8) distance requirement for distress signals; (9)

right of way for distress signals (see section 321(b) of this

title); (10) reduced power for ships near a Government station;

(11) intercommunication (see section 322 of this title); (12)

division of time (see section 323(a) of this title); (13)

Government stations to observe divisions of time (see section

323(b) of this title); (14) use of unnecessary power (see section

324 of this title); (15) general restrictions on private stations;

(16) special restrictions in the vicinities of Government stations;

(17) ship stations to communicate with nearest shore stations; (18)

limitations for future installations in vicinities of Government

stations; (19) secrecy of messages and penalty for violations (see

sections 501 and 605 of this title). See also sections 502 and 504

of this title.

Section 55, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 5, 37 Stat. 308,

required license to prescribe that operator shall not willfully or

maliciously interfere with any other radio communications and

provided penalty for such violations. See sections 308 and 501 of

this title.

Section 56, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 6, 37 Stat. 308,

defined radio communication. See section 153(33) of this title.

Section 57, act of Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 7, 37 Stat. 308,

prohibited uttering or transmitting false or fraudulent signals and

prescribed penalty therefor. See sections 325 and 501 of this

title.

Section 58, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 8, 37 Stat. 308,

related to restriction of use of apparatus for radio communication

on foreign ships. See section 306 of this title.

Section 59, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 9, 37 Stat. 308,

related to jurisdictions of offenses. See section 505 of this

title.

Section 60, act Aug. 13, 1912, ch. 287, Sec. 10, 37 Stat. 308,

declared radiotelegraph provisions to be inapplicable to Philippine

Islands. See section 152 of this title.

Section 61, act June 5, 1920, ch. 269, Sec. 1, 41 Stat. 1061,

related to use of Government-owned radio stations and apparatus for

official business, compass reports, and safety of ships. See

section 305 of this title.

Section 62, acts June 5, 1920, ch. 269, Sec. 2, 41 Stat. 1061;

Apr. 14, 1922, ch. 132, 42 Stat. 495; Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 378, 43

Stat. 1091, related to use of Naval stations for commercial

messages and rates thereof. See section 327 of this title.

Section 63, act June 5, 1920, ch. 269, Sec. 3, 41 Stat. 1061,

declared radiotelegraph provisions to be applicable to Government

owned stations, except as otherwise provided therein. See section

305 of this title.

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