MERCHANT AUSTRIA— HUNGARY MAN-OF-WAR CHINA, MERCHANT CHINA COSTA RICA. Under the arrangement shown below, every flag hoisted after Numeral Signal No. If the number to be signalled consists of more than four figures, two or more hoists must be used, as no hoist is to contain more than four flags ; and if any figure occurs more than once in the same number, the figure must on its sefcond occurrence begin or be in a second hoist, and on its third occurrence it must begin or be in a third hoist, unless use can be made of the signals K to Z in the Numeral Table below.
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1 \ \ \ - H FROM THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT THROUGH THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS ^: 2. Stat, prohibits "the withdrawal of this book for home use. There are no known copyright restrictions in the United States on the use of the text. The International Code of Signals consists of twenty-six flags — one for each letter of the alphabet — and a, Code Pennant. It also contains semaphore and distant signal codes and' the United States Army and Navy and Morse Wigwag Codes. Instructions in signaling, including how to make alphabetical spelling signals 11 Alphabetical Spelling Table (alternative method of spelling words)— four flags, CBDF to CZYX 15 Numeral signals and how to make them 32 Nimieral table (alternative method of making numeral signals) — Code Pennant under UA to Code Pennant under ZY 33 Decimals and fractions — BOO to BDZ.
3 1924 030 898 HI olln Overs r^ Cornell University Library The original of this book is in the Cornell University Library. 87 International Code of Signals American Edition PUBLISHED BY THE HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY •Ml, ' ^^ Washington : Government Printing Office : 1909 ^ / INTRODUCTION. Geographical, Alphabetical Spelling Tables, and Vessels' Numbers are four-flag signals. The first part contains urgent and important signals and all the tables of money, weights, barometric heights, etc., together with a geographical list and a table of phrases formed with the auxiliary verbs. It consists of a general vocabulary and a geographical indpx. The third part gives lists of the United States storm-warning, life-saving, time- signal, and wireless telegraph stations, and of Lloyd's signal stations of the world. National colors worn by United States vessels ' Frontispiece Flags of the principal maritime countries Plate II Flags and pennants of the International Code (Front and rear) Plate III Meanings of the flags and pennants of the International Code when hoisted singly with the Cede Pennant 7 Signals of distress 7 Signals for pilots 8 PART I.
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