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Owners to notify inspector and apply for inspection
Navigation (NAV) CHAPTER 37, ARTICLE 4, PART 2
§ 50. Owners to notify inspector and apply for inspection. It shall be
the duty of the owner of a public vessel which he intends to operate on
the navigable waters of the state to notify the inspector of such
intention at least one month before it is desired to place the vessel in
operation and to request an inspection of such vessel. Upon receipt of
such notification the inspector shall enter the application on the
records of his office. A temporary permit to operate such vessel pending
inspection may be issued by the inspector, if he finds through
documentary evidence that such vessel is properly equipped and manned
for the safety of life and property. No public vessel shall be used or
operated without a certificate of inspection or a temporary permit as
herein provided.