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Pub. Law No. 242, (Extract) 64th Cong., approved Aug. 29, 1916. Giving

the President authority to assume control of any system or systems of

transportation during time of war. Pub. Law No. 107, 65th Cong., approved Mar. 21, 1918. To provide for the

operation of transportation systems while under Federal control, for the

just compensation of their owners.Pub. Law No. 323 (Extract) 66th Cong., approved Mar. 2, 1919. To pro

vide for the operation of transportation systems while under Federal

control Pub. Law No. 19, 65th Cong., approved May 29, 1917. To amend the Act

entitled "An Act to regulate commerce". Pub. Law No. 38, 65th Cong., approved Aug. 9, 1917. To amend the Act

entitled "An Act to regulate commerce". Pub. Law No. 39, 65th Cong., approved Aug. 10, 1917. To amend the Act

to regulate commerce, as amended.. Pub. Law No. 176, 65th Cong., approved June 26, 1918. To promote the

safety of employees and travelers upon railroads.Pub. Law No. 246, 65th Cong., approved Jan. 7, 1919. Providing for the

transportation from the District of Columbia of governmental employees

whose services are no longer required.--Pub. Law No. 89, 66th Cong., approved Mar 19, 1919. To provide for the

reimbursement of the United States for motive power, cars, and other
equipment ordered for railroads and systems of transportation under

Federal control...
Pub. Law No. 152, 66th Cong., approved Feb. 28, 1920. TRANSPORTA-

TION ACT OF 1920.--
Pub. Law No. 279, 66th Cong., approved June 5, 1920. An Act to amend

the penal laws of the United States.---
Pub. Law No. 328, 66th Cong., approved Feb. 26, 1921. An Act to amend

the Transportation Act, 1920Pub. Law No. 400, 66th Cong., approved Mar. 4, 1921. To amend the Act

to codify, revise, and amend the penal laws of the United States,

approved Mar. 4, 1909--Pub. Law No. 15, 67th Cong., approved June 10, 1921. To amend section

407 of the Transportation Act of 1920Pub. Law No. 149, 67th Cong., approved Feb. 24, 1922. To amend subdivi

sions (a) and (c) of section 206 of the Transportation Act, 1920.Pub. Law No. 233, 67th Cong., approved June 7, 1922. To amend the Act

to regulate commerce, approved Feb. 4, 1887-Pub. Law No. 281, 67th Cong., approved Aug. 18, 1922. To amend section

22 of the Interstate Commerce Act-Pub. Law No. 494, 67th Cong., approved Mar. 3, 1923. To amend section

206 of the Transportation Act, 1920.Pub. Law No. 163, 67th Cong., approved Mar. 8, 1922. To provide for the

disposition of abandoned portions of rights of way granted to railroad

companies --
Pub. Law No. 185, 68th Cong., approved June 3, 1924. To create the Inland

Waterways Corporation for the purposes of carrying out the mandate
and purpose of Congress as expressed in sections 201 and 500 of the
Transportation Act---
Pub. Law No. 247, 68th Cong., approved June 7, 1924. To amend paragraph

(3), section 16, of the Interstate Commerce Act---
Pub. Law No. 277, 68th Cong., approved June 7, 1924. To amend the

Locomotive Inspection Act of Feb. 17, 1911..
Pub. Law No. 341, 68th Cong., approved Jan. 28, 1925. To amend the Act

entitled "An Act to punish the unlawful breaking of seals of railroad

cars" Pub. Res. No. 46, 68th Cong., approved Jan. 30, 1925. Directing the Inter

state Commerce Commission to take action relative to adjustments in the rate structure of common carriers subject to the Interstate Commerce Act---Pub. Law No. 256, 69th Cong., approved May 20, 1926. To regulate the

interstate transportation of black bass--

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Pub. Law No. 257, 69th Cong., approved May 20, 1926. To provide for the

prompt disposition of disputes between carriers and their employees----

Pub. Law No. 482, 69th Cong., approved July 3, 1926. To amend paragraph

(11), section 20, of the Interstate Commerce Act.

Pub. Law No. 524, 69th Cong., approved Dec. 11, 1926. To punish counter-

feiting, altering, or uttering of Government transportation requests ---

Pub. Law No. 655, 69th Cong., approved Feb. 26, 1927. To amend paragraph

(1) of section 22 of the Interstate Commerce Act by providing for the

carrying of a blind person, with a guide for one fare----

Pub. Law No. 663, 69th Cong., approved Feb. 28, 1927. To amend para-

graph (c) of section 4 of the Inland Waterway Corporation Act of

June 3, 1924.-

Pub. Law No. 712, 69th Cong., approved Mar. 3, 1927. To prevent the de-

struction or dumping, without good and sufficient cause therefor, of

farm produce received in interstate commerce by commission merchants.

Pub. Law No. 783, 69th Cong., approved Mar. 4, 1927. FEDERAL CAUS-

TIC POISON ACT-----

Pub. Law No. 804, 69th Cong., approved Mar. 4, 1927. To amend the Inter-

state Commerce Act and the Transportation Act of 1920..

Pub. Law No. 601, 70th Cong., approved May 29, 1928. To amend the Act

to create the Inland Waterways Corporation Act----

Pub. Law No. 22, 71st Cong., approved June 25, 1929. To amend the Act

granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line

from Lake Superior to Puget Sound----

Pub. Res. No. 7, 71st Cong., approved June 6, 1929. Making appropriations

for additional compensation for transportation of the mail by railroad

routes in accordance with the increased rates fixed by the Interstate Com-

merce Commission----

Pub. Law No. 122, 71st Cong., approved April 12, 1930. To amend the Act

entitled "An Act to establish in the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic

Commerce of the Dept. of Commerce, a Foreign Commerce Service of the

United States".

Pub. Law No. 422, 75th Cong., approved Jan. 27, 1938. To make confidential

certain information furnished to the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic

Commerce

Pub. Law No. 164, 71st Cong., approved Apr. 23, 1930. An Act to amend

paragraph (11) of section 20 of the Interstate Commerce Act--

Pub. Law No. 283, 71st Cong., approved May 29, 1930. Authorizing the ex-

change of certain real properties situated in Mobile, Ala. between the

Secr. of Commerce on behalf of the United States Government and the

Gulf Mobile and Northern Railroad Company--

Pub. Law No. 329, 71st Cong., approved June 10, 1930. To create a body

corporate by the name of the "Textile Foundation".

Pub. Law No. 458, 71st Cong., approved June 27, 1930. To amend the Loco-

motive Inspection Act of Feb. 11, 1911-----

Pub. Law No. 495, 71st Cong., approved July 2, 1930. To amend the Act

to regulate interstate transportation of black bass.--

Pub. Law No. 781, 81st Cong., approved Mar. 2, 1931. An Act for the retire-

ment of employees of the Panama Canal Railroad Company, on the

Isthmus of Panama----

Pub. Law No. 2, (Extract) 72d Cong., approved Jan. 22, 1932. Making loans

to aid in the temporary financing of railroads and railways engaged

in interstate commerce..

Pub. Res. No. 13, 720 Cong., approved Mar. 15, 1932. To authorize the Inter-

state Commerce Commission to make an investigation as to the possibility

of establishing a six-hour day for railway employees.---

Pub. Res. No. 65, 720 Cong., approved Mar. 3, 1933. To provide for further

investigation of certain public-utility corporations engaged in interstate

commerce-

Pub. Law No. 187, 720 Cong., approved June 18, 1932. To authorize the

Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington Railroad Company to extend its

present track connection with the United States Navy yard in the Wash-

ington, D.C. area.

Pub. Law No. 189, 720 Cong., approved June 22, 1932. Forbidding the trans-

portation of any person in interstate or foreign commerce, kidnaped, or

otherwise unlawfully detained, and making such act a felony---

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Pub. Law No. 316, 720 Cong., approved Jan. 21, 1933. To amend the Act

entitled "An Act to punish the unlawful breaking of seals of railroad

cars".

Pub. Law No. 333, 72d Cong., approved Feb. 14, 1933. To remove discrim-

inations incident to certain land grants and to subject them to the same

conditions that govern other land grants of their class.

Pub. Res. No. 62, 720 Cong., approved Mar. 2, 1933. To amend the Act Feb.

14, 1933

Pub. Law No. 350, 720 Cong., approved Feb. 15, 1933. To authorize the

Postmaster General to permit railroad and electric-car companies to pro-

vide mail transportation by motor vehicles in lieu of service by train..

Pub. Law No. 383, 73d Cong., approved Feb. 28, 1933. To authorize the

Interstate Commerce Commission to delegate certain of its powers---

Pub. Law No. 415, 72d Cong., approved Mar. 3, 1933. To amend the Ship-

ping Act of 1916, as amended relating transportation by way of the

Panama Canal.---

Pub. Law No. 302, (Extract) 73d Cong., approved July 21, 1932. No loan

under this section shall be made to a railroad or to a receiver except

on the approval of the Interstate Commerce Commission----

Pub. Law No. 420, (Extract) 72d Cong., approved Mar. 3, 1933. Re-

organization of railroads engaged in interstate commerce.

Pub. Law No. 68, 73d Cong., approved June 16, 1933. EMERGENCY RAIL-

ROAD TRANSPORTATION ACT, 1933_-

Pub. Law No. 78, (Extract) 730 Cong., approved June 16, 1933. Mail con-

tracts

Pub. Law No. 22 (Extract) 73d Cong., approved May 27, 1933. Any secu-

rity issued by a common carrier which is subject to the provisions of

section 20a of the Interstate Commerce Act..

Pub. Law No. 291 (Extract) 73d Cong., approved June 6, 1934. Every is-

suer of a security registered on a national securities exchange, shall file

the information, documents, and reports with the Commission-----

Pub. Law No. 296 (Extract) 73d Cong., approved June 7, 1934. To amend

the Act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy-

Pub. Law No. 308 (Extract) 73d Cong., approved June 12, 1934. To revise

air-mail laws, and to establish a commission to make a report to the Con-

gress recommending an aviation policy----

Pub. Law No. 340, 73d Cong., approved June 13, 1934. To amend the

Emergency Transportation Act 1933_-

Pub. Law No. 361, 73d Cong., approved June 16, 1934. To amend the Inland

Waterways Corporation Act of 1924.-.

Pub. Law No. 412, (Extract) 73d Cong., approved June 19, 1934. Designat-

ing special rates for drought sufferers.-

Pub. Law No. 417 (Extract) 73d Cong., approved June 19, 1934. To

amend the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act-----

Pub. Law No. 442, 73d Cong., approved June 21, 1934. To amend the Rail-

way Labor Act of May 20, 1926, and to provide for the prompt disposition

of disputes between carriers and their employees..

Pub. Res. No. 27, 74th Cong., approved June 14, 1935. Extending the effec-

tive period of the Emergency Railroad Transportation Act, 1933---

Pub. Law No. 33, 74th Cong., approved April 11, 1935. To amend section 27

of the Merchant Marine Act, 1920_-

Pub. Law No. 65, 74th Cong., approved May 23, 1935. To amend section 21

of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended. With respect to the time

of making the annual report of the Interstate Commerce Commission.-

Pub. Law No. 74, 74th Cong., approved May 27, 1935. To authorize the De-

partment of Commerce to make special statistical studies upon payment

of the cost thereof..

Pub. Law No. 208, 74th Cong., approved July 16, 1935. To amend sections

11 and 24 of the Interstate Commerce Act--

Pub. Law No. 255, 74th Cong., approved Aug. 9, 1935. MOTOR CARRIER

ACT, 1935.-

Pub. Law No. 777, 75th Cong., approved June 29, 1938. To amend the In-

terstate Commerce Act, as amended, by amending certain provisions of

part II of said Act..

Pub. Law No. 261, 74th Cong., approved Aug. 12, 1935. To amend the In-

terstate Commerce Act, as amended.----

Pub. Law No. 381, 74th Cong., approved Aug. 27, 1935. To amend an Act en-

titled "An Act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout

the United States".

Pub. Law No. 389, 74th Cong., approved Aug. 29, 1935. To amend the

Inland Waterway Corporation Act.-

Pub. Law No. 487, 74th Cong., approved April 10, 1936. To amend the

Railway Labor Act.

Pub. Law No. 484, 74th Cong., approved Mar. 31, 1936. To continue

Electric Home and Farm Authority as an agency of the United States ---

Pub. Law No. 610, 74th Cong., approved May 22, 1936. To supplement

the Act of June 25, 1929, suit against. the Northern Pacific Railway

Company and others.-

Pub. Law No. 629, 74th Cong., approved May 28, 1936. To advance a

program of national safety and accident prevention.-

Pub. Law No. 768, 74th Cong., approved June 23, 1936. To authorize

the Secretary of Agriculture to investigate and report on traffic con-

ditions, with recommendations for corrective legislation ---

Pub. Law No. 818, 74th Cong., approved June 26, 1936. To amend sub-

section (e) of section 77 of the Act of July 1, 1898_

Pub. Law No. 184, 75th Cong., approved July 5, 1937. To amend the

Interstate Commerce Act---

Pub. Law No. 272, 75th Cong., approved Aug. 12, 1937. To advance

a program of national safety and accident prevention.--

Pub. Law No. 372, 75th Cong., approved Aug. 25, 1937. To amend

paragraph (1) of section 22 of the Interstate Commerce Act.

Pub. Law No. 378, 75th Cong., approved Aug. 26, 1937. To require certain

common carriers by railroad to install and maintain certain appliances,

methods, and systems intended to promote the safety of employees and

travelers on railroads---

Pub. Law No. 575, 75th Cong., approved June 1, 1938. To refund sums

paid by the railroads and other carriers of the United States under

the Railroad Retirement Act of 1934.-

Pub. Law No. 739, 75th Cong., approved June 25, 1938. To create a Com-

mittee on Purchases of Blind-made Products.-

Pub. Res. No. 87, 75th Cong., approved April 13, 1938. Directing the

Federal Trade Commission to investigate the policies employed by man-

ufacturers in distributing motor vehicles, accessories, and parts, as these

policies affect the public interest -

Pub. Law No. 382, 76th Cong., approved Aug. 11, 1939. To amend the

Employees Liability Act--

Pub. Law No. 467, 76th Cong., approved April 22, 1940. To amend the

Locomotive Inspection Act of Feb. 17, 1911---

Pub. Law No. 575, 76th Cong., approved June 8, 1940. To make it a crime

to wreck or attempt to wreck a train engaged in interstate commerce--

Pub. Law No. 755, 76th Cong., approved July 19, 1940. To encourage travel

in the United States.-

Pub. Law No. 766, 76th Cong., approved Aug. 13, 1940. To amend the

Transportation Act, 1920_

Pub. Law No. 785, (Extract) 76th Cong., approved Sept. 18, 1940. TRANS-

PORTATION ACT OF 1940.-

Pub. Law No. 403, 77th Cong., approved Jan. 20, 1942. To promote the

national security and defense by establishing daylight saving time----

Pub. Law No. 426, 77th Cong., approved Jan. 31, 1942. To provide for

regulating, inspecting, cleaning, and when necessary disinfecting railway

cars entering the United States from Mexico ---

Pub. Law No. 507, 77th Cong., approved Mar. 27, 1942. Second War

Powers Act, 1942.---

Pub. Law No. 558, 77th Cong., approved May 16, 1942. To amend the

Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, to provide for the regulation

of freight forwarders---

Pub. Law No. 703, 77th Cong., approved Aug. 7, 1942. To amend section

219 of the Interstate Commerce Act.

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