Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Commerce

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967

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Form of license___
39
Expiration of license
41
Penalty for violation of license____
49
Vessel documented anew to be documented by former name
61
Penalty for obstructing officers or employees
68
Vessel Mortgages
69
Preferred mortgages__
74
Conditions requisite to record
75
Vessel Admeasurement__
78
Definitions_ _
87
Coastwise Trade and Related Activities
90
Transportation over certain through routes excepted
94
Foreignbuilt vessels excluded from coast wise trade
100
Application of coastwise laws to foreign trade zones
103
Vessels Engaged in the Fisheries
107
Fishing in territorial waters and taking of Continental Shelf
109
Vessels Carrying Steerage Passengers
116
Discipline and cleanliness exercise space for pas
122
Yachts
127
Reciprocal exemption of foreign yachts from charges and ton
128
Arrival Entry and Clearance of Vessels
130
Regulations as to boarding and leaving arriving vessels before inspection
131
Unlawful unlading or transshipment
132
Entry of American vessels
133
Duty on equipments or repairs for vessels
135
Entry of foreign vessels
136
Production of certificate of record on entry
137
Vessels not required to enter
138
Enrolled and licensed vessels on the northern northeastern and northwestern frontiers exemption from entry and clearance in certain circumstances
139
Penalties for failure to report or enter vessel or to file manifest and for departure before report or entry
140
Vessel manifests requirement form and contents signing 141 Section 914 Vessel manifests certification_
141
Penalty
143
Delivery and correction of manifests
144
Manifest to specify sea and ships stores
145
Supplies and stores retained on board
146
Supplies merchandise repairs or equipment pur chased at foreign ports to be reported
147
Manifest and permit
148
Arrival at another port
149
Manifest and permit
150
Penalties _ _
151
Unladingpermits and preliminary entries
152
Unlading at port of entry
153
Form of outward manifest_
155
Oath of master on clearance_
156
Form of clearance__
157
State inspection laws
158
Crew list
159
Rules as to list of crew
160
Production of copy of list of crew and of persons named on return of vessel
161
Denial of clearance to vessel refusing to accept freight
162
Deposit of ships papers with consul retention until wages paid penalty for failure to deposit papers
163
Tonnage Taxes Discriminating Taxes and Duties and Recip rocal Privileges
164
Coasting and fishing vessels exempt
165
Passenger vessels in triweekly service exempt
166
Certain vessels entering otherwise than by sea
167
Reciprocal exemption_
168
Light money
170
Retaliatory suspension of commercial privileges to foreign vessels penalties
171
Tolls
172
Rights under laws and treaties preserved
173
Change of name of vessel
183
Services for which fees may not be charged
184
Certain vessels exempted from entrance and clearance fees
185
Certain vessels exempted from payment of all customs and other fees __
186
Fees to be paid before clearance of vessels outward bound
187
Enforcement
188
Amendments and Repeals
191
89
202
APPENDIX
209
Showing disposition of sections of the Revised Statutes and Statutes at Large considered in preparation of the Navigation Act
213
Showing disposition of sections of the United States Code 1964
221
Showing derivation of the sections comprising the Navigation Act of 1967
224
71
230
The container revolution from diverse points of view_
1
Conferences and the container revolution__ 17
17
A port director looks at the container revolution__ 35
35
A foreign flag consortium looks at the container revolution 49
49
An insurance expert looks at the container revolution___ 65
65
Labor negotiations look at the container revolution 85
85
92
92
A freight forwarder looks at the container revolution 107
107
Yacht commissions_ 129
129
35
132
A subsidized line looks at the container revolution_ 147
147
Inauguration of a container service in the Far East trade 165
165
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26
96
vi
General note
xiii
100
4
24
24
32
32
36
87
Coastwise laws extended to artificial islands and fixed struc
103
Title 33 U S Code
166
363
275
39
284
367
1
Defense considerations for nuclear merchant ships DOD
2
eword
4
Total world seaborne trade__
10
General cargo ship trend in size and speed
16
Potential for nuclear power in the maritime field__
21
Hypothetical shipping costs United States to Europe
25
Possible programs for further nuclear power applications in the mer
29
Nuclear ship characteristics
32
NS Savannah_
38
Candidate concepts light water
44
Title 46 U S Code
51
atroduction
63
efueling_
16
29
29
37
37
44
44
51
51
57
57
63
63
Applying the fairness doctrine_
81
Appendix CProgram series dealing with issues of public
548
III
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