Annual Report of the Commissioner of Navigation for the Fiscal Year Ended ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1901 - Merchant marine
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Iron and steel sail and steam vessels and barges by customs districts and States on June 30 1901
524
Total registered enrolled and licensed sail vessels wood and iron or steel and steam vessels wood and iron or steel on June 30 1901
527
Balance sheet showing increase and decrease of registered enrolled and licensed vessels for the fiscal year ended June 30 1901
528
Balance sheet showing class of increase and decrease of all vessels for the fiscal year ended June 30 1901
529
10a Documented canal boats and barges by years from 1868
534
Sail and steam vessels canal boats and barges by customs districts and States on June 301901
536
Summary of Table 11 by States
543
Classification of sail and steam vessels by size by customs districts and States on June 30 1901
544
Vessels in cod and mackerel fisheries on June 30 1901
558
Vessels in whale fisheries on June 30 1901
559
Vessels in foreign coasting and fishing trades by years from 1789
560
Sail and steam vessels canal boats and barges by customs districts and States built in year ended June 30 1901
564
Summary of Table 18 by States
568
Summary of Table 20
571
River lake and ocean steamers bv customs districts and States built in year ended June 30 1901
572
Summary of Table 22
578
Tonnage built annually in New England on the seaboard Western rivers and Great Lakes by years from 1857
579
Comparison of construction for 1900 and 1901
580
Sail and steam vessels built by years from 1797 681
584
Vessels built captured admitted to registry by acts of Congress lost abandoned and sold to aliens since 1812
585
Yachts documented on June 301901
588
Yachts documented built in year ended June 30 1901
589
Yachts lost abandoned and sold to aliens during year ended June 301901
590

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Page 437 - limitation not imposed by itself. Any restriction upon it deriving validity from an external source would imply a diminution of its sovereignty to the extent of the restriction and an investment of that sovereignty to the same extent in that power which could impose euch restriction. All exceptions,
Page 427 - 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 to any other person. Any person paying such advance wages shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
Page 468 - Then find the cubical contents of the space or spaces, if any, between the crown aforesaid and the uppermost or poop deck, as the case may be, which are framed in for the machinery or for the admission of light and air, by multiplying together the length, depth, and breadth thereof.
Page 108 - 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 to any other person. Any person paying such advance wages shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
Page 36 - such foreign state as aforesaid— He shall be guilty of an offence against this act and shall be punishable by fine and imprisonment, or either of such punishments, at the discretion of the court before which the offender is convicted; and imprisonment, if awarded, may be either with or without hard labor.
Page 474 - No produce of Asia, Africa, or America could be imported for consumption into the United Kingdom from Europe in any ships, and such produce could only be imported from any other place in British ships or in ships of the country of which the goods were the produce and from which they were usually
Page 111 - at all times diligent in their respective duties, and to be obedient to the lawful commands of the said master, or of any person who shall lawfully succeed him, and of their superior officers, in everything relating to the said ship and the stores and cargo thereof, whether on board, in
Page 428 - well to foreign vessels as to vessels of the United States; and any master, owner, consignee, or agent of any foreign vessel who has violated its provisions shall be liable to the same penalty that the master, owner, or agent of a vessel of the United States would be for a similar violation:
Page 119 - And a duty of six cents per ton, not to exceed thirty cents per ton per annum, is hereby imposed at each entry upon all vessels which shall be entered in the United States from any other foreign ports, not, however, to include vessels in distress or not engaged in trade:
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