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COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES

SCHUYLER OTIS BLAND, Virginia, Chairman WILLIAM I. SIROVICH, New York

FREDERICK R. LEHLBACH, New Jersey ROBERT RAMSPECK, Georgia

RICHARD J. WELCH, California AMBROSE J. KENNEDY, Maryland

FRANCIS D. CULKIN, New York
CHARLES N. CROSBY, Pennsylvania

RALPH 0. BREWSTER, Maine
MONRAD C. WALLGREN, Washington CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan
A. H. CARMICHAEL, Alabama
JOSEPH J, MANSFIELD, Texas

ANTHONY J. DIMOND, Alaska
LINDSAY C. WARREN, North Carolina SAMUEL W. KING, Hawaii
EUGENE B. CROWE, Indiaua
LOUIS C. RABAUT, Michigan
SIMON M. HAMLIN, Maine
MICHAEL L. IGOE, Illinois
EDWARD J. HART, New Jersey
JAMES A. O'LEARY, New York
OTHA D. WEARIN, Iowa

J. W. GULICK, Jr., Clerk

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47,

Statement of -

Abele, Capt. C. A., superintendent Massachusetts Nautical School.. 473

Bendix, V. B., New York City,

969

Brown, William S., president National Marine Engineers' Beneficial

Association.

842

Buck, Hon. Frank H., Member of Congress from California - 493, 761

Bull

, Ernest M., president A. H. Bull Steamship Co.--

676

Burnham, Hon. George, Member of Congress from California 483, 774

Campbell

, Ira A., counsel, American Steamship Owners Associa-

tion..

638, 691, 772, 865

Carter, Hon. Albert E., Member of Congress from California --

772

Colden, Hon. Charles J., Member of Congress from California --- 763, 774

Delaney, James J., National Organization of Masters, Mates, and

Pilots of America, and National Marine Engineers Beneficial
Association.

626

Dockweiler, Hon. John F., Member of Congress from California. 793

Egan, John J.,

secretary Philadelphia Maritime Exchange

419

Ekwall

, Hon. William A., Member of Congress from Oregon..

765

Fletcher, R. V., Association of American Railroads.

943

Ford, Hon. Thomas F., Member of Congress from California -

769

Furuseth, Andrew, president International Seamen's Union of Amer-

ica...

518

Gardner, Col. Kenneth, Shepard Steamship Co.

944

Haag, Alfred H.,

U. S. Shipping Board Bureau-

797

Haddock, Hoyt's., president, American Radio Telegraphists Asso. 452
Haight, Charles S., Association of Ship Brokers and Agents, and As-

sociation of Tramp Operators in Canadian and West Indies Trade. 424

Hill

, Hon. Knute, Member of Congress from Washington.

765

Hines, Capt. John F., Commander, Pennsylvania Nautical School-
ship Annapolis.

422

Horton, R. H., Manager Port of Philadelphia Ocean Traffic Bureau - 475

Hupper, Roscoe H., representing certain steamship lines operating in

intercoastal trade..

956

500,

Statement of —Continued.

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Kramer, Hon. Charles, Member of Congress from California

776

Kahn, Hon. Florence P., Member of Congress from California..

766

Lea, Hon. Clarence F., Member of Congress from California --- 762

Lloyd, Hon. Wesley, Member of Congress from Washington.-

775

Luckenbach, Edgar F., president Luckenbach Steamship Co., Inc.- 616

Marr, George A., vice president, Lake Carriers' Association..-

480

McAuliffe, John, president Isthmian Steamship Co.--

909

McCabe, Emmett, secretary to Hon. John M. Costello, Member of
Congress from California

777

McGrath, Hon. John J., Member of Congress from California -

764

McVay, J. H., Washington, D. C.-

783

Milliken, John F., United Licensed Officers of the U. S. A.-

748

Moran, Hon. Edward C., Jr., Member of Congress from Maine--- 681

Morewitz, John L., Washington, D. C.---

606, 758

Mott, Hon. James W., Member of Congress from California.

772

Newton, Cleveland, Mississippi Valley Association

779

O'Brien, Patrick J., vice president, International Seamen's Union of

America.

549

Peacock, J. C., Director United States Shipping Board Bureau.

380

Petersen, Capt. W. J., Pacific American Steamship Owners' Asso-

ciation...

921

Possehl, John, general president International Union of Operating

Engineers..

490

Ryan, James W., Isbrandtsen-Moller Co., Inc.

569, 579
Ryons, Lt. Col. Fred B., Military Order of the World War.

477
Sinclair, James, chairman Trans-Atlantic Associated Freight Confer-

920, 988

Smith, H. G., president National Council of American Shipbuilders.. 935

Stebbins, A. D., president Merchants and Miners Transportation Co. 499

Stevens, T. M., Waterman Steamship Co.--

845
Stillman, Charles A., vice president, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.--- 405
Tolan, Hon. John H., Member of Congress from California -

775

Tomb, Capt. J. H., superintendent New York State Merchant

Marine Academy,

586

Tuckwood, O. W., Johns-Manville International Corporation.

495
Wagner, H. J., Director Norfolk (Va.) Port Traffic Commission.

835
Walter, Hon. Francis E., Member of Congress from Pennsylvania - 414
Welch, Hon. Richard J., Member of Congress from California.

745

White, John C., American Cotton Shippers' Association --

597

Zioncheck, Hon. Marion A., Member of Congress from Washington.. 772

PART III. APPENDIX

SUBJECT:

Bland bill (H. R. 7521, first committee print)

1031

Bland bill (H. R. 7521, second committee print)

1046

First Moran bill (H. R. 7854).

1064

Second Moran bill (H. R. 7981).

1078

President's message on Government aid to merchant shipping -

1093

Executive order authorizing Post Office Department to investigate

ocean-mail contracts..

1137

Letters received by committee and amendments proposed on

subject of -

Competition between American-flag services.

1138

Freight and travel agencies.-

1138

Inland water carriers.

1141

Miscellaneous.

1142

Navy Department's views.

1147

Port discrimination..

1149

Rate regulation..

1151

Seamen's legislation.

1178

Ship construction..

1180

Subsidiary companies.

1189

Chamber of Commerce of the United States (special report).

1197

“Pertinent Facts", submitted by National Council of American Ship-

builders.

1200

A “Flexible" Subsidy (reprint from Marine Progress, March 1935)- 1231

The Merchant Marine (radio address of Senator David I. Walsh).- 1236

Ship Subsidies(radio address of Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper). 1239

PART I. MERCHANT MARINE POLICY

General He

gs on Government Aid to Shipping

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