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4th Session. 5

7 No. 299.

SHIPS SOLD SINCE MARCH 4, 1921.

LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD TRANSMITTING, IN RESPONSE TO SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 421, CERTAIN INFORMATION WITH REFERENCE TO SHIPS SOLD BY THE UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD SINCE MARCH 4, 1921.

FEBRUARY 5, 1923.—Referred to the Committee on Commerce and ordered to be

printed.

UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD,

Washington, February 1, 1923. The PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE,

Washington, D. C. Sir: In response to the Senate resolution 421, instructing the United States Shipping Board to furnish to the Senate certain information as specified in the resolution with reference to ships sold since March 4, 1921, I have the honor to submit the following information:

1. Since March 4, 1921, the United States Shipping Board has sold 396 ships to January 30, 1923.

2. The names of the persons, partnerships, or corporations to whom said sales have been made are as follows:

Alaska Packers Association.
Alaska Steamship Co.
Alexander, H. F.
American Shipping & Forwarding Co."
Argentine Republic.
Associated Oil Co.
Atlantic Lighterage Corporation.'
Baltimore Steamship Co.
Baltimore & Carolina Steamship Co.
Bethlehem Shipbuilding Co.
Boston Iron & Metal Co.
Brayfield, Thomas Henry Gordon.
Buli, A. H., Steamship Co.
Bull Insular Co.
Buvig, Hjalmer.
California & Oregon Lumber Co.
Carolina Co.
Cary, Geo. R.
Clinchfield Navigation Co.
Columbia River Packers Association.
Consilick Societe Navigazione.
Cowles, E. B.

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Coyle, W. G. & Co. (Inc.).
Cramp & Sons Ship & Engine Building

Co.
Crofton, Geo.
Crosby, R. W.
Curtis Bay Copper & Iron Works.
Davidson, James.
Deforis, Arthur.
Dollar, Robert.
Garland Steamship Corporation.,
Gauntlett, Fred J.
General Petroleum Co.
Gray, Wm. J.
Guilds, S. A., & Co.
Gulf Export & Transportation Co.
| Hammond Lumber Co.
Haviside, J. J.
Hitner, Henry A.
Hoff, Edwin H.
Hunter, Carry J.
Leaf, Earl M.
Lone Star Steamship Co.

Luckenbach Steamship Co.

Paulson Trading Syndicate. Lykes Bros.

Pendleton Bros. MacWilliams, James, Towing Line. Perry. Geo. D. Magruder, Robert.

Peterson, J. E., & Bordsworth, J. S. McFatridge, Wm.

Philadelphia & Norfolk Steamship Co. McGregor, Robert.

Rajah Steamship Co. Moston Salt Co.

Reichert Towing Lines.
Munson Steamship Lines.

Silee Mill Co.
New England Towing & Transportation | Sprague, C. H., & Sons.
Co.

Stanta, Lingi.
New York & Porto Rico Steamship Co. Steamer Freeport Corporation.
New York Shipbuilding Co.

Strick, Wm. C. (Ltd.).
Newaygo Co.

Sullivan Towboat Co. Norma Steamship Co.

Thompson Hulton Co. North Shore Transit Co.

Tracy, John. O'Boyle, Anthony.

Tracy, M. & J. Pacific Freighters' Corporation.

Union Oil Co. Pacific Securities Co.

Union Sulphur Co. Pacific Spruce Corporation.

United States & Bermuda Towing Co. Pacific States Lumber Co.

Winship, N. E. Pacific Steamship Co.

| Wood, E. K., Lumber Co.

3. The terms of sale stipulated immediate cash for full amount of sales price of each vessel, except in the following cases, where terms called for part cash and the balance in deferred payments. The deferred payments were secured by preferred mortgage in all cases, and were evidenced by notes and/or letters of credit as noted below. All cash terms have been met without exception and all deferred payments maturing to date have been met in full by cash payments at due dates.

The sales specifying cash and part deferred payments were as follows:

Baltimore Steamship Co., purchaser of steamship Major Wheeler. Sales price, $144,570; cash, $72,285; deferred, $72,285. Due date:

Due date: Feb. 12, 1923.

$7, 228. 50 Feb. 12, 1926... .. $7, 228. 50 Aug. 12, 1923...

7, 228. 50 Aug. 12, 1926.. . 7, 228. 50 Feb. 12, 1924...

228. 50 Feb. 12, 1927... .. 7, 228. 50 Aug. 12, 1924......

7, 228. 50

Aug. 12, 1927....... .. 7,228. 50 Feb. 12, 1925....... 7, 228. 50 Aug. 12, 1925... 7, 228.50 Total.

72, 285.00 Baltimore Steamship Co., purchaser of Steamship Gov. John Lind. Sales price, $142,680; cash, $71,340; deferred, $71,340. Due date:

| Due date: Feb. 7, 1923..........

$7, 134
Feb. 7, 1926.

..... $7, 134 Aug. 7, 1923...

Aug. 7, 1926. Feb. 7, 1924.. 7,134 Feb. 7, 1927

.. 7, 134 Aug. 7, 1924.

Aug. 7, 1927....

..... 7, 134 Feb. 7, 1925... Aug. 7, 1925....

7, 134 Total........ ..... 71, 340 Buvig, Hjolmer, purchaser of steamship Lake Forney. Sales price, $76,000; cash, $50,000; deferred, $26,000.

Due date:
Feb. 1, 1923................ $4, 334 Feb. 1, 1925......

$4, 333 Aug. 1, 1923..

Aug. 1, 1925........

4,333 Feb. 1, 1924...

4,333 Aug. 1, 1924..

4,333

Total.................... 26,000

7, 134

.....

7, 134

7, 134
7, 134

Due date:

4,334

........

Lone Star Steamship Corporation, purchaser of steamship Lake Flourney. Sales price, $76,000; cash, $50,000; deferred, $26,000. Due date: June 9, 1923.

........ $13,000 June 9, 1924...............

......... 13,000 Total...................

......... 26,000 North Shore Transit Co., purchaser of steamship W. J. Crosby. Sales price, $76,000; cash, $50,000; deferred, $26,000. Due date:

| Due date: May 6, 1923....

$5, 200 May 6, 1927................ $5, 200 May 6, 1924...

5,200 May 6, 1925....... ... 5, 200

Total.................... 26,000 May 6, 1926....

5, 200 O'Boyle, Anthony, purchaser of steamship Coutolene. Sales price, $77,500; cash, $50,000; deferred, $27,500. Due date: Dec. 21, 1923..

............ $27,500 Pacific Freighters Corporation, purchaser of six vessels. Sales price, $325,000 cash, $81,250; deferred, $243,750. Letter of credit due August 5, 1923, for $243,750.

Pacific States Lumber Co., purchaser of steamship Cotton plant. Sales price, $76,000; cash, $50,000; deferred, $26,000. Due Date:

Due Date:
Oct. 4, 1922 (paid)........... $2,600 Oct. 4, 1925....

$2, 600 Apr. 4, 1923.................2, 600 Apr. 4, 1926... Oct. 4, 1923..

2, 600 Oct. 4, 1926....... Apr. 4, 1924.....

Apr. 4, 1927.. Oct. 4, 1924..

2, 600 Apr. 4, 1925.

2, 600
Total.

26,000 Pacific Spruce Corporation, purchaser of steamship Lake Sebaco. Sales price, $76,000; cash, $25,000; deferred, $51,000. Due Date: Dec. 15, 1923 (letter of credit). ........

.. $25,000.00 Dec. 23, 1923.. Dec. 23, 1924.....

.................... 8, 666. 68

.. 8, 666.66 Dec. 23, 1925..........

.... 8, 666. 66

2,600

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Total........

... 51,000.00 Perry, Geo. D., purchaser of 226 wood ships. Sales price, $750,000; cash, $75,175; deferred, $674,825. Due Date: Dec. 27, 1922 (letter of credit; paid)......

........ $224, 941. 66 Jan. 26, 1923 (letter of credit; paid).............................. 224, 941. 67 Feb. 26, 1923 (letter of credit)......

........... 224, 941. 67 Total.

....... 674, 825.00 Perry, Geo. D., purchaser of four wooden vessels. Sales price, $13,274.34; cash, $1,327.50; deferred, $11,946.84. Due date:

Jan. 29, 1923 (letter of credit; paid; $0.06 refunded)................. $3,892. 30 Feb. 27, 1923...

............................. 3, 982. 30 Mar. 29, 1923......

..... 3,982. 30 Total

......... 11, 946. 90 Philadelphia Norfolk Steamship Co., purchaser of steamship Lake Galien. Sales price, $76,000; cash, $50,000; deferred, $26,000. Due date: Oct. 27, 1923.

....... $8, 666. 68 Oct. 27, 1924...

8, 666. 66 Oct. 27, 1925...............

8 666. 66 Total...

26,000.00

Philadelphia Norfolk Steamship Co., purchaser of steamship Lake Tippah. Sales price, $76,000; cash, $25,000; deferred, $51,000. Due date: Oct. 30, 1923 (letter of credit).......

... $25,000.00 Nov. 6, 1923.

8, 666. 68 Nov. 6, 1924.

8, 666. 66 Nov. 6, 1925......

.. 8, 666. 66 Total........

......... 51,000.00 Silee Mill Co., purchaser of steamship Point Arena. Sales price, $90,000; cash, $50,000; deferred, $40,000. Due date: Nov. 9, 1923..

$13, 333. 34 Nov. 9, 1924.

13, 333. 33 Nov. 9, 1925......

13, 333. 33

Total.

......... 40,000.00 Sprague, C. H., & Sons, purchaser of steamship Seaconnet. Sales price, $167,500; cash, $83,500; deferred, $83,500. Due date: Jan. 24, 1923 (paid)..

$16, 700 Jan. 24, 1924..

16, 700 Jan. 24, 1925..

16, 700 Jan. 24, 1926...

... 16, 700 Jan. 24, 1927.......

16, 700 Total.

83, 500 Steamer Freeport Corporation, purchaser of steamship Freeport. Sales price, $275,000; cash, $137,500; deferred, $137,500. Due date:

| Due date: Aug. 4, 1923............... $27,500 Aug. 4, 1926..

$13, 750 Apr. 4, 1924. 13, 750 Apr. 4, 1927..

... 13, 750 Aug. 4, 1924..... 13, 750 Aug. 4, 1927...

... 13, 750 Apr. 4, 1925............... 13, 750 Aug. 4, 1925............... 13, 750

Total.................... 137, 500 Apr. 4, 1926............ .. 13, 750 Union Oil Co., purchaser of steamship Utacarbon. Sales price, $453,510; cash, $226,755; deferred, $226, 755. Due date:

| Due date: June 28, 1923.

$37, 792. 50 June 28, 1925...... $37, 792. 50 Dec. 28, 1923..

.... 37, 792. 50 Dec. 28, 1925...... 37, 792. 50 June 28, 1924...

.... 37, 792. 50 Dec. 28, 1924............ 37, 792. 50

Total...

226, 755.00 Union Oil Co., purchaser of steamship Carthwood. Sales price, $453,510; cash $226,755; deferred, $226,755. Due date:

| Due date: June 28, 1923........... $37, 792. 50 June 28, 1925........... $37, 792. 50 Dec. 28, 1923............ 37, 792. 50 Dec. 28, 1925............ 37, 792. 50 June 28, 1924.....

37, 792. 50 Dec. 28, 1924....... 37, 792. 50

Total................. 226, 755.00 4. No settlements other than according to the provisions of the terms of sale have been made.

5. No settlements other than according to the provisions of the terms of sale have been made; therefore no difference.

6. No settlements other than according to the provisions of the terms of sale have been made. Respectfully,

. A. D. LASKER, Chairman.

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4th Session. 5

7 No. 300.

LANDS IN SANTIAGO, CHILE

MESSAGE

FROM

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,

TRANSMITTINO

A REPORT FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE RECOMMENDING THE ENACTMENT OF LEGISLATION AUTHORIZING THE SALE. PURCHASE, OR EXCHANGE OF CERTAIN LANDS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE MUNICIPALITY OF SANTIAGO, CHILE, IN ORDER TO ENABLE THE SAID MUNICIPALITY TO CARRY OUT A PROJECT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW STREET THEREIN.

FEBRUARY 5 (calendar day, FeBRUARY 9), 1923.---Read, and with accompanying

papers, referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations and ordered to be printed.

To the Senate and House of Representatives:

I invite the attention of Congress to the inclosed report from the Secretary of State recommending legislation by Congress which will enable him, as agent of the Government of the United States, to convey to the municipality of Santiago, Chile, the title to and interest in a certain portion of that parcel of land on which the American embassy in the city of Santiago is situated, and to acquire with the proceeds thereof or to receive in exchange therefor title to a parcel of land adjoining another part of the embassy land in order to enable the city of Santiago to carry out its project for the construction of a new street.

It will be observed that the American ambassador at Santiago is of the opinion that the proposed transaction would be advantageous to the United States, and that the Secretary of State holds the view that the exchange should be authorized as an evidence of our friendly desire to gratify the wish of the municipality of Santiago to improve and beautify the city. Agreeing with both, I request favorable consideration by Congress of the draft of proposed legislation submitted by the Secretary of State.

WARREN G. HARDING. THE WHITE HOUSE,

February 9, 1923.

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