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" Administration, if it considers that the sheltered nature and conditions of the voyage are such as to render the application of the full requirements of... "
Third Deficiency Appropriation Bill for 1937: Hearings Before the ... - Página 366
por United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations - 1937 - 700 páginas
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International Conference on Safety of Life at Sea: Messages from the ...

1914 - 142 páginas
...unreasonable or unnecessary, may exempt from the above requirement the following vessels : (1) Vessels which in the course of their voyage do not go more than 150 sea miles from the nearest coast. (2) Vessels on which the number of persons on board is exceptionally...
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International Relations

Stephen Haley Allen - 1920 - 671 páginas
...installation unreasonable or unnecessary, may exempt from the above requirements the following ships: (1) Ships which in the course of their voyage do not go more than 150 sea miles from the nearest coast : (2) Ships on which the number of persons on board is exceptionally...
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Convention and Final Act

1929 - 111 páginas
...areas specified in the Annex to this article. II. — Cargo Ships. Individual cargo ships or classes of cargo ships which, in the course of their voyage, do not go more than 150 miles from the nearest land. 2. Each Administration may, in addition, exempt ships belonging to its...
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Conference Series, Temas1-5

United States. Department of State - 1929
...Article 27 as follows : I. — Passenger Ships. (a) Individual passenger ships or classes of passenger ships which, in the course of their voyage, do not go more than — (i) 20 miles from the nearest land ; or (ii) 200 miles in the open sea between two consecutive...
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Statement of Requirements Relating to Construction and Life-saving ...

United States. Shipping Board - 1929 - 76 páginas
...from the requirements of this Chapter individual ships or classes of ships belonging to its country which, in the course of their voyage, do not go more than 20 sea miles from the nearest land (p. 9, p. 9, p. 11, Art. 12, par. 3). Ships with Large Numbers of...
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Safety of Life at Sea Through the Use of Radio: Hearing Before a ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce - 1936 - 60 páginas
...miles from the nearest land or more than two hundred nautical miles between two consecutive ports; "(2) Cargo ships which in the course of their voyage do not go more than one hundred and fifty nautical miles from the nearest land ; "(3) Barges in tow; "(4) Sailing ships....
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Safety of Life at Sea Through the Use of Radio: Hearing Before a ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce - 1936 - 60 páginas
...Amend to read as follows : SEC. 353. (a) The provisions of this part shall not apply to — (1) Vessels which in the course of their voyage do not go more than 10 nautical miles from the nearest shore. (2) Vessels that do not have employed thereon or do not carry...
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Third Deficiency Appropriation Bill for 1937: Hearing Before the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations - 1937 - 700 páginas
...from the provisions of the act. The act provides that the Commission may grant exemption to passenger ships which in the course of their voyage do not go more than 20 nautical miles from the nearest land, or more than 200 nautical miles between two consecutive ports;...
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Ship Radiotelegraph Safety Rules, May 21, 1937: Federal Communications ...

United States. Federal Communications Commission - 1937 - 40 páginas
...render a radio installation (as specified herein) unreasonable or unnecessary: (1) Individual passenger ships which, in the course of their voyage, do not go more than — A. 20 miles from the nearest land ; or B. 200 miles in the open sea between two consecutive ports....
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The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America ..., Volumen13

1939
...installation (as specified in this subpart) unreasonable or unnecessary : (a) Individual passenger ships which, in the course of their voyage do not go more than — ( 1 ) 20 miles from the nearest land ; or (2) 200 miles in the open sea between two consecutive...
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