Laws Relating to Shipping and Merchant Marine, Volumen1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1968
 

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Law No 778 70th Cong
96
Public Law No 212 72d Cong
102
Act of March 1 1933 to amend article 5 of the Act of Congress approved
108
Act of March 27 1934 to establish the composition of the United States
114
Act of June 20 1924 to amend section 9²8 of the Revised Statutes to vest
124
Public Law No 213 72d Cong
130
Act of August 21 1935 to amend and supplement the steering rules
145
Act of August 29 1935 relative to limitation of shipowners liability
152
Act of May 13 1936 to amend section 981 of title 4 and section 843
163
Act of May 20 1936 to amend section 4321 Revised Statutes Public
167
Public Law No 685 74th Cong
174
Act of June 20 1936 to provide for the modification of the contract
180
Act of June 25 1936 to promote safety at sea in the neighborhood of
187
Act of June 29 1936 to further the development and maintenance of
196
88th Cong 957
225
Act of August 31 1935 providing for the prohibition of the export
232
Act of June 19 1936 to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to permit
238
Act of June 16 1937 to expedite the dispatch of vessels from certain ports of call Public Law No 155 75th Cong
252
vessels of the Navy Public Law No 226 75th Cong
257
Act of August 26 1937 to amend the Merchant Marine Act of 1936
264
Public Law No 531 75th Cong
270
Act of June 21 1938 authorizing the United States Maritime Commis
277
87th Cong 911
303
Act of May 1 1937 to amend the joint resolution approved August
304
Act of April 5 1938 to authorize compacts or agreements between
313
Public Res No 130 75th Cong
315
Act of June 2 1939 to amend section 4498 of the Revised Statutes of
321
Act of August 1 1939 to provide for the registry of pursers and surgeons
328
Act of August 7 1939 to amend sections 712 802 and 902 of the Merchant
336
Act of August 10 1939 to admit the Americanowned barges Prari
343
Act of March 28 1940 to amend the act of June 15 1917 as amended
347
several boards of local inspectors Public Law No 487 76th Cong
356
76th Cong
363
76th Cong
371
Act of June 28 1940 to expedite national defense Public Law No 671
380
Act of August 27 1940 to permit American vessels to assist in the evacua
386
Act of October 9 1940 to amend section 4472 of the Revised Statutes
414
Act of October 10 1940 to expedite national defense by suspending
421
Act of June 26 1940 to amend section 4 of Public Res No 54 approved
435
fund Public Res No 94 76th Cong
438
Act of May 2 1941 to make emergency provision for certain activities
445
Act of June 23 1941 to extend certain provisions of Title X of the Mer
455
Act of July 15 1941 to authorize the construction of Coast Guard cutters
461
Act of December 23 1941 to establish the composition of the U S Navy
467
of the Merchant Marine Act 1936 Public Law No 482 77th Cong
476
Act of March 13 1944 to provide cash awards to personnel of the Maritime
483
Act of July 9 1942 to establish the composition of the U S Navy
489
related thereto Public Law No 44 78th Cong
503
Act of June 23 1943 to provide reemployment rights for persons
510
Act of December 17 1943 authorizing the acquisition and conversion
516
Act of May 18 1944 to amend the act of April 29 1943 to authorize
522
Act of September 30 1914 to amend section 2 of Public Law 17 78th
529
emergency Public Law No 21 79th Cong
532
Act of March 8 1946 to provide for the sale of surplus warbuilt vessels
545
Act of August 8 1946 providing for a medal for service in the merchant
551
Act of September 23 1950 to amend section 4474 of the Revised Statutes
610
Act of March 10 1951 to authorize the construction of modern naval
620
Public Law No 162 82d Cong
624
Act of October 11 1951 to authorize the President to proclaim regulations
639
Act of July 16 1952 to extend the provisions of the act of May 20 1926
645
Act of June 26 1953 to amend the act of October 11 1951 authorizing
651
Act of August 8 1953 to amend the Northern Pacific Halibut Act of 1937
656
Code relating to docket fees Public Law No 400 83d Cong
674
Act of July 15 1954 to authorize the sale of certain vessels to Brazil
680
Act of August 9 1954 to extend emergency foreign merchant vessels acqui
686
Act of August 13 1954 to repeal certain World War II laws relating
695
Act of August 20 1954 to provide an immediate program for the moderni
702
Act of August 23 1954 to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to dispose
704
Act of May 7 1955 to provide transportation on Canadian vessels
717
Act of July 27 1965 to extend the provisions of title XII of the Merchant
721
Act of August 11 1955 to amend section 313 of the Agricultural Adjust
723
Act of May 14 1956 to authorize the construction and conversion of cer
730
Act of June 4 1956 to amend section 4482 of the Revised Statutes
731
Act of June 4 1956 to amend section 4153 of the Revised Statutes
737
Act of June 25 1956 to clarify section 1103d of Title XI of the Mer
743
Act of July 11 1956 to amend Title VII of the Merchar rine Act
749
Act of July 30 1956 to amend Title VII of the Merchant Marine Act
755
Act of August 3 1956 to provide for a study by the Federal Communica
759
Repair Act of 1954 Public Law No 1003 84th Cong
766
Act of August 8 1956 Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956 Public Law
775
Act of August 22 1957 to revise the definition of contract carrier by motor
781
Act of September 4 1957 to facilitate the conduct of fishing operations
784
Act of May 29 1958 to authorize the disposal of certain uncompleted
790
Act of July 31 1958 to authorize the construction of modern naval vessels
802
Act of August 18 1958 to provide certain assistance to States and Terri
811
Cong
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No 911 85th Cong
823
Act of 17 to authorize the utilization of a limited amount
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Act of July 31 1959 to amend title XI of the Merchant Marine Act 1936
835
Act of December 23 1963 to amend section 511h of the Merchant Marine
840
Cong
842
Act 1936 as amended Public Law No 360 86th Cong
848
Act of June 1 1960 to authorize the loan of one submarine to Canada
Act of July 5 1960 to continue the application of the Merchant Marine
Act of July 12 1960 to amend the Interstate Commerce Act as amended
Act of September 2 1960 to extend the period of exemption from inspec
Act of July 20 1961 to amend section 216 of the Merchant Marine Act
Act of August 30 1961 relating to documentation and inspection of vessels
Act of September 13 1961 to amend title V of the Merchant Marine
Act of September 21 1961 to amend the Merchant Marine Act 1936
Act of October 3 1961 to amend the Shipping Act 1916 as amended
Act of October 5 1961 to amend section 510 of the Merchant Marine Act
Act of October 9 1962 to consent to the amendment of the Pacific Marine
Act of August 5 1963 to amend the inland and western rivers rules
Act of August 11 1964 to permit the vessel United States ship Alabama
Act of August 30 1964 to amend the Federal Employees Compensation
Act of November 6 1966 to require evidence of adequate financial respon
Act of December 14 1967 to authorize the Secretary of Commerce
Act of April 25 1968 to grant masters of certain United States vessels
Act of July 26 1968 to amend the act prohibiting fishing in the territorial

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Página 553 - ... between the two vessels shall make the overtaking vessel a crossing vessel within the meaning of these rules, or relieve her of the duty of keeping clear of the overtaken vessel until she is finally past and clear.
Página 131 - ... (m) wastage in bulk or weight or any other loss or damage arising from inherent defect, quality or vice of the goods; (n) insufficiency of packing...
Página 130 - ... make the holds, refrigerating and cool chambers and all other parts of the ship in which goods are carried fit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1 of Article HI.
Página 604 - Every vessel which is directed by these Rules to keep out of the way of another vessel shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid crossing ahead of the other.
Página 554 - In obeying and construing these rules due regard shall be had to all dangers of navigation and collision, and to any special circumstances which may render a departure from the above rules necessary in order to avoid immediate danger.
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Página 78 - That any seaman who shall suffer personal injury in the course of his employment may, at his election, maintain an action for damages at law, with the right of trial by jury, and in such action all statutes of the United States modifying or extending the commonlaw right or remedy in cases of personal injury to railway employees shall apply...

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