Sale, Charter, and Operation of Vessels: Hearings, Eighty-first Congress, First Session, on H.J. Res. 92, a Bill to Continue the Authority of the Maritime Commission to Sell, Charter, and Operate Vessels, and for Other Porpuses, and H.R. 1340, a Bill to Provide for United States Shipping Participation in Government Financed Cargoes
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22 페이지 - ... owned and operated under the United States flag by citizens of the United States insofar as may be practicable, and (d) composed of the bestequipped, safest, and most suitable types of vessels, constructed in the United States and manned with a trained and efficient citizen personnel.
189 페이지 - The Administrator shall, in providing for the procurement of commodities under authority of this title, take such steps as may be necessary to assure, so far as is practicable, that at least 50 per centum of the gross tonnage of commodities, procured •within the United States out of funds made available under this title and transported abroad on ocean vessels, is so transported on United States flag vessels to the extent such vessels are available at market rates.
113 페이지 - First, the creation of an adequate and well-balanced merchant fleet, including vessels of all types, to provide shipping service on all routes essential for maintaining the flow of the foreign commerce of the United States, the vessels in such fleet to be so designed as to be readily and quickly convertible into transport and supply vessels in a time of national emergency.
316 페이지 - Is authorized to pay to any person to whom he has chartered any vessel under authority of section 5 of the Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946, as amended (50 USC App..
246 페이지 - ... company, subsidiary, affiliate, or associate of such contractor or such charterer, or any officer, director, agent, or executive thereof, directly or indirectly to own, charter, act as agent or broker for, or operate any foreign-flag vessel which competes with any American-flag service determined by the Commission to be essential as provided in section 211 of this Act: Provided, however, That under special circumstances and for good cause shown the Commission may, in its discretion, waive the...
2 페이지 - Chairman and gentlemen of the committee, my name is Frazer A. Bailey. I am president of the National Federation of American Shipping, Inc., an industry organization comprising among its membership a majority of all deep-water drycargo American-flag shipping.
109 페이지 - Cong. ess, a report of the Joint Committee on the Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures...
365 페이지 - The proviso does not stop there, for it contains the express provision that the courts of the United States shall be open to seamen on foreign vessels for its enforcement. The latter provision is of the utmost importance in determining the proper construction of this section of the Act. It manifests the purpose of Congress to give the benefit of the Act to seamen on foreign vessels, and to open the doors of the federal courts to foreign seamen.
297 페이지 - The Commission may, in its discretion, either reject or approve the application, but shall not so approve unless in its opinion the chartering of such vessel to the applicant would be consistent with the policies of this Act.