§ 860 The mate is the officer next in rank to the master, and in case of …
§ 861 All persons employed in the navigation of a vessel, or upon a voyage, …
§ 862 The mate and seamen of a vessel are engaged by the master, and may be …
§ 863 A mate or seaman is not bound to go to sea in a vessel that is not …
§ 864 A seaman can not by agreement be deprived of his lien upon the …
§ 865 A seaman can not, by special agreement, impair any of his rights, or …
§ 866 Except as otherwise provided by law, the wages of seamen are due …
§ 867 The right of a mate or seaman to wages and provisions begins either …
§ 868 If a voyage is broken up before departure of the vessel, the seamen …
§ 869 When a mate or seaman is wrongfully discharged, or is driven to leave …
§ 870 If a vessel is wrecked or lost, a seaman is entitled to his wages up …
§ 871 A certificate from the master or chief surviving officer of a vessel, …
§ 872 When a mate or seaman is prevented from rendering service by illness …
§ 873 If a mate or seaman becomes sick or disabled during the voyage, …
§ 874 If a mate or seaman dies during the voyage, his personal …
§ 875 A mate or seaman who deserts his vessel without cause, or who is …
§ 876 A mate or seaman may not, under any pretext, ship goods on his own …

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