Replacement of Fishing Vessels: Hearing...on H.R. 1616...July 9, 1942

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Page 53 - Compliance with the safety and sanitary laws of the State in which the performance or part thereof is to take place shall be prima facie evidence of compliance. The Secretary of Labor shall have the authority to prescribe standards, regulations, and procedures as he may deem necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions of this subsection.
Page 56 - Provided, That in case a vessel is to be constructed under this section for an applicant who has as his principal place of business a place on the Pacific coast of the United States (but not including one who having been in business on or before August 1, 1935, has changed his principal place of business to a place on the Pacific coast...
Page 56 - Act shall be subject to the penalties and entitled to the privileges and immunities provided in said Federal Trade Commission Act as though the applicable terms and provisions of the said Federal Trade Commission Act were incorporated into and made a part of this Act...
Page 56 - Pacific coast who is the lowest responsible bidder on such coast for such construction or reconditioning does not exceed the amount of the bid of the shipbuilder on the Atlantic coast of the United States who is the lowest responsible bidder therefor by more than 6 per centum of the amount of the bid of such Atlantic coast...
Page 24 - The CHAIRMAN. Are there any further questions of this witness? If not, you may stand aside for the present.
Page 56 - Commission not less than 12% per centum of the cost of such vessel, and in the case of any other vessel the applicant shall be required to pay the Commission not less than 25 per centum of the cost of such vessel (excluding from such cost...
Page 13 - ... is reported as injured in coupling cars simply because he is engaged in that occupation. The means are not at hand to ascertain the actual facts. The commission has no means of learning the real cause of the injury. Q. Could the Interstate Commerce Law be amended to reach such a case as that? A. I do not think there is the slightest doubt of it. I have a bill amending the Act to promote the safety of employees, etc., which covers this point, I think. It is as follows.
Page 37 - ... to State and community to community. Not too long ago, having found out. that part of this rise was because of the equivalency, I ordered that they would not include this figure within the actual figure of high school graduates. We are now achieving, I believe, between 70 and 75 percent. Mr. FLYNT. I do not know whether it is available or not, but if it is, please supply for the record the percentage of the 88 percent high school graduates enlistments for the period or, rather, the month of December...
Page 1 - I recall, is an exact copy of the bill that was reported by the committee on September 19, 1940, and passed the House, but on which no further action was taken.

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