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TITLE IX, MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Section 901: No comments.

Section 902: (a) Strike out the last sentence "the owner shall not be paid for any consequential damages arising from such taking or use.", and substitute: Provided, however, That the United States shall indemnify the owner for and against all losses and liabilities caused by such requisition.”

(b) This section should be amended by striking out the first word "Except"; also the words “in which case.” After the words "such taking or use" add the words “including any losses and liabilities caused by the requisition.” As corrected it would read:

"(b) In cases of vessels where a construction differential subsidy has been allowed and paid, the value of the vessel for the purposes of this section shall be established as provided in section 802. The Commission shall ascertain the fair compensation for such taking or use, including any losses and liabilities caused by the requisition, and shall certify to Congress the amount so found by it to be due for appropriation and payment to the person entitled thereto."

Section 903: (a) No comments.
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Section 904: No comments.
Section 905: (a) No comments.
(b) No comments.
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Section 906: No comments.
Section 907: No comments.

THE MARITIME ASSOCIATION OF THE PORT OF NEW YORK.

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A BILL TO AMEND THE MERCHANT MARINE ACT OF 1936

AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

PART 10

FEBRUARY 2, 3, 4, AND 7, 1938

Printed for the use of the Committee on
Commerce and the Committee on Education and Labor

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ROYAL S. COPELAND, New York, Chair man MORRIS SHEPPARD, Texas

CHARLES L. McNARY, Oregon JOSIAH WILLIAM BAILEY, North Carolina HIRAM W. JOHNSON, California HATTIE W. CARAWAY, Arkansas

GERALD P. NYE, North Dakota BENNETT CHAMP CLARK, Missouri

ARTHUR H. VANDENBERG, Michigan JOHN H. OVERTON, Louisiana

WALLACE H. WHITE, JR., Maine
THEODORE G. BILBO, Mississippi

ERNEST W. GIBSON, Vermont
VIC DONAHEY, Ohio
JOSEPH F. GUFFEY, Pennsylvania
FRANCIS T. MALONEY, Connecticut

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GEORGE L. RADCLIFFE, Maryland
CLAUDE PEPPER, Florida
JOSH LEE, Oklahoma
GEORGE L. BERRY, Tennessee

GRACE MCELDOWNEY, Clerk
ROGER WILLIAMSON, Assistant Clerk

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR ,,!.' ELBERT D THOMAS, Utah, Chairman ROYAL S. COPELAND, New York

WILLIAM E. BORAH, Idaho DAVID I. WALSH, Massachusetts

ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE, JR., Wisconsin JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana

JAMES J. DAVIS, Pennsylvania
VIC DONAHEY, Ohio
RUSH D. HOLT, West Virginia
CLAUDE PEPPER, Florida
ALLEN J. ELLENDER, Louisiana
JOSH LEE, Oklahoma
LISTER HILL, Alabama

EARL WIXCEY, Clerk
KENNETH C. ROBERTSON, Assistant Clerk

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CONTENTS

Statement of_I

Page Mrs. Elinore M. Herrick, regional director of second region, National Labor Relations Board, New York, N. Y.

865, 892 Paul Scharrenberg, national legislative representative and general organizer, American Federation of Labor, Washington, D. C.

889, 940 Capt. C. W. Fisher, Construction Corps, United States Navy..

893 Warren McLaine, Office of Judge Advocate General, United States Navy.

895 L. C. Nelson, Director, Division of Regulations, United States Maritime Commission..

895 J. H. McVay

900 S. J. Maddock, vice president, Seas Shipping Co., Inc. (Robin Line), New York, N. Y.

902 Ira A. Campbell, New York, N. Y

925 H. E. Miles, chairman, Fair Tariff League, Washington, D. C.

944 Hon. Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor..

964 Max O’Rell Truitt, United States Maritime Commission.

986 U. Bon Geaslin, United States Maritime Commission.

987 Gerard D. Reilly, Solicitor, Department of Labor, Washington, D. C. 1001 C. W. Sanders, Chief. Shipping Service, Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation, Washington, D. C..

1007 Editorial coinment..

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