Panama Canal Record

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1921

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Page 9 - That it shall be, and is hereby, made unlawful in any case to pay any seaman wages in advance of the time when he has actually earned the same, or to pay such advance wages, or...
Page 516 - Be it enacted by the Senate and Souse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the "Arms Control and Disarmament Act Amendments in 1975".
Page 9 - ... full payment of wages after the same shall have been actually earned, and shall be no defense to a libel suit or action for the recovery of such wages.
Page 517 - For every expenditure requisite for and Incident to the maintenance and operation, sanitation, and civil government of the Panama Canal and Canal Zone...
Page 9 - ... at every port where such vessel, after the voyage has been commenced, shall load or deliver cargo before the voyage is ended, and all stipulations in the contract to the contrary shall be void...
Page 360 - Service as now carried on from the east coast of the United States to the west coast of the United States and thence to the Asiatic station and return will be continued.
Page 517 - Company or otherwise, dry docks, repair shops, yards, docks, wharves, warehouses, storehouses, and other necessary facilities and appurtenances for the purpose of providing coal and other materials, labor, repairs, and supplies for vessels of the Government of the United States and, incidentally, for supplying such at reasonable prices to passing vessels...
Page 517 - ... expenses incident to conducting hearings and examining estimates for appropriations on the Isthmus; expenses incident to any emergency arising because of calamity by flood, fire, pestilence, or like character not foreseen or otherwise provided for herein...
Page 360 - East, or iron ore from the west coast of South America to the east coast of the United States, have tended to dwindle in recent years.
Page 501 - No public funds of the Philippine Islands, or of the postal savings, or any Government funds, shall be deposited in the continental United States in any bank not belonging to the system established by this Act: Provided, however, That nothing in this Act shall be construed to deny the right of the Secretary of the Treasury to use member banks as depositories.

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