Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1578

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3232 INDEX. Merchant Marine Act, 19f5, deficiency appropriation for foreign ~a!l transportation under pro- VWOllS oL ____ ___ ___ _____ ____ 910 policy of former Act, for development of merchant marine, etc., confirmed 689 sales of Shipping Board vesaels, only for buildmg up an adequate mer- chant marine__ __ __ __ _________ 690 vessels owned by United States to be remodeled, etc., for foreign trade 690 documenting of, under United States laws_________________________ 690 recommendations to Congress for re- placement of new, up-to-date, vessels for operation in foreign trade ____________ .. ______ __ ___ 690 to be built in United States with po~i.bl~ use for naval or military auxilianes____________________ 690 construction loan fund to be set aside, out of revenues from sales, etc__ 690 to aggregate $125,000,000__________ 690 loans from, to citizens for ship con- struction in United States of best type, equipment, etc ________ _ outfitting in American yards of ves- sels already built, with best en- 690 gines, machinery, and commer- cial appliances________________ 1391 reconditioning, etc., in private or navy yards___________________ 691 term "vessels" construed to be one aided by____________________ _ to be documented for 20 years un- der United States laws, etc____ _ time limit for loans from; installment payments ___________________ _ repayment in full allowed ______ _ interest rate on loans; while in coast- wise trade or inactive; in foreign 691 691 691 691 trade ________________________ . 691 limit of loans_____________________ 691 security for completion of construc- tion and repayment of loans_ _ _ 691 preferred mortgage on vessel when completed___ ___________ ______ 691 additional covenants to be pre- scribed______________________ 691 insurance required against all in- surable risks; premium agree- ments, etc_ _ _ _ _______________ 692 prior loans to remain in force______ 692 additional appropriation of $250,000,- 000, authorized for credit to____ 692 no further credits to be made_______ 692 to continue a revolving fund; repay- ments to be credited thereto; in- terest covered into the Treasury _ 692 ocean mail service provisions_ __ _ __ _ 692-696 insurance fund created for insurance of Government interest in vessels, plants, etc __________________ _ extent of interest stated __________ _ 697 697 Government officials to use American ships when traveling overseas on official business__ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ __ _ 697 if using foreign ships, proof of neces- sity required_ _ _______________ 697 necessary appropriations authorized for provisions of this Act__________ 697 vessels which may be taken for national defense _____________________ _ under contract from loan fund ____ _ under ocean-mail contract- __ _ __ _ _ _ 697 697 697 Merchant Marine Act, 1925-Continued. Paae. vessels which may be taken, etc.; compensation, if boughL _____ 697 used, but not purchased __ __ ___ _ _ .697 no consequential damages to be paid_________________________ 697 certification of fair, to Congress by the President__ ___ ___ __ __ __ __ _ 698 suit allowed if amount unsatisfac- tory_________________________ 698 meaning of "foreign trade" as used in this AcL __ __________________ 698 loading or unloading at a port in any territory, deemed foreign trade, if an intermediate in a foreign voyage______________________ 698 policy and primary purposes declared in former Act reaffirmed_______ 698 allocation of ship operations among various ports_________________ 698 title of Act___ _______ ______ ______ __ 698 additional loans from construction loan fund,authorized______________ 889 Merc~nt, !-fary L. (widow), penSlOn mcreased___________________ 2220 Merchant VU8el" (Bee Shipping). Meredi~h, lflizabeth H. (widow), penSlOn mcreased_ _ __ __ __ ___________ 1970 M erene,88, !Iarriett E. (widow), penSlOn mcreased_ _ ____ ______ _______ 1903 Meridian Hill Park, D. C ., appropriation for improvement, etc_ 679, 1295 Meridith, Joe (Bon), pension____________________________ 1764 Meriwether Lewis National Monu.ment, appropriation for superintencent- __ 357, 1378 proclamation extending area oL______ 2935 Mero, !la~et L. (widow), ~:ri:~~ TarmstroBot (talk)eac:!pb;ii;-------------- 2128 appointed as a Regent of Smithsonian Institution_ __ _____________ ___ 2 Merrifield, Frank L., granted honorable discharge__________ 2360 Merri~ld,.Sarah V. (widow), pensIOn mcreased_ ___ ___ ___ ______ ___ 2050 MerriU.. Eliza J. (widow), penslOn mcreased_ _ __ ___ ___ _ _ __ __ _ __ 2188 Merrill Engineering Company, may bring suit to recover compensation for extra work, in district courL _ 2379 Merrill, Frank E., may construct free footbridge across Fox River, near Algonquin, Ill_ 383 Merrill.. M !lnerva J. (widow), pensIOn lDcreased___________________ 1904 MerriU, Mary S. (widow), pension____________________________ 1805 Merritt, Victoria (daughter), pension____________________________ 2286 Merryville, La., bridge authorized across Sabine River, at___________________________ 387 Mesa Verde National Park, Colo., appropriation for commissioner________ 1110 for administration, etc __________ 234,1597 acceptance of exclusive jurisdiction over area of ceded by Colorado_ 458 rights reserved to the State_ _ _ _ _ __ _ 458 application of United States laws_ _ _ 459 extradition of fugitives from justice_ 459 assigned to Colorado jadicial district- 459 punishment of offenders against State laws_________________________ 459