Deportation of Alien Seamen: Hearings ... on H.R. 5380 and H.R. 3885. Mar. 13 & 14, 1935

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Page 14 - Every Member of the Association undertakes to contribute to the assets of the Association, in the event of the same being wound up during the time that he is a Member...
Page 63 - An Act to remove certain burdens on the American merchant marine and encourage the American foreign carrying trade, and for other purposes,
Page 14 - Every member of the company undertakes to contribute to the assets of the company in the event of the same being wound up during the time that he is a member or within one year afterwards for payment of the debts and liabilities of the company contracted before the time at which he ceases to be a member...
Page 14 - To transfer all or any part of the undertaking, assets, and liabilities of the company to any federation or association having objects altogether or in part similar to those of the company...
Page 14 - Generally to purchase, take on lease or in exchange, hire, or otherwise acquire, any real and personal property, and any rights or privileges which the company may think necessary or convenient for the purposes of its business...
Page 18 - That every master of a vessel in the foreign trade may engage any seaman at any port out of the United States, in the manner provided by law, to serve for one or more round trips from and to the port of departure, or for a definito time, whatever the destination...
Page 14 - ... selling, improving, managing, developing, exchanging, leasing, mortgaging, disposing of or turning into account or otherwise dealing with all or any part of the property and rights of the...
Page 9 - Every master of a vessel in the foreign trade may engage any seaman at any port out of the United States, in the manner provided by law, to serve for one or more round trips from and to the port of departure, or for a definite time, whatever the destination; and the master of a vessel clearing from a port of the United States with one or more seamen engaged in a foreign port as herein provided shall not be required to reship in a port of the United States the seamen so engaged...
Page 38 - All vessels entering ports of the United States manned with crews the majority of which, exclusive of licensed officers, have been engaged anj taken on at foreign ports shall, when departing from the United States ports, carry a crew of at least equal number, and any such vessel which fails to comply with tliis requirement shall be refused clearance: Provided, however.
Page 3 - An Act to provide for the treatment in hospital of diseased alien seamen." SEC. 6. All vessels, domestic or foreign, entering ports of the United States manned with crews the majority of which, exclusive of licensed officers, have been engaged and taken on at foreign ports shall, when departing from the United States ports, carry a crew of at least equal number, and any such vessel which fails to comply with this requirement shall be refused clearance...

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