Ship Subsidies: An Economic Study of the Policy of Subsidizing Merchant Marines

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Houghton, Mifflin, 1907 - 119 Seiten

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Seite 10 - That no goods, wares, or merchandise, shall be imported, under penalty of forfeiture thereof, from one port of the United States to another port of the United States...
Seite 10 - But this section shall not be construed to prohibit the sailing of any foreign vessel from one to another port of the United States: Provided...
Seite 15 - Upon vessels which shall be entered In the United States from any foreign port or place there shall be paid duties as follows: On vessels built within the United States but belonging wholly or in part to subjects of foreign powers, at the rate of thirty cents per ton; on other vessels not of the United States, at the rate of fifty cents per ton...
Seite vi - ... a committee composed of Professor J. Laurence Laughlin, University of Chicago, Chairman Professor JB Clark, Columbia University Professor Henry C. Adams, University of Michigan Horace White, Esq., New York City, and Professor Edwin F.
Seite 14 - That a discount of- 5 per centum on all duties imposed by this Act shall be allowed on such goods, wares, and merchandise as shall be imported in vessels admitted to registration under the laws of the United States: Provided, That nothing in this subsection shall be so construed as to abrogate or in any manner impair or affect the provisions of any treaty concluded between the United States and any foreign nation.
Seite 18 - ... indirect, was established. The benefit of this reciprocity was extended to Great Britain by a treaty of July, 1815, exempting from its provisions the West Indies. In March, 1817, Congress passed an act designed to compel the indirect trade carrying nations to enter into reciprocity agreements with us by forbidding the importation of goods from any foreign port except in American vessels or vessels of the country from which the goods came, unless such foreign country imposed no such prohibition...
Seite 15 - On all teas Imported from Europe In ships or vessels built In the United States, and belonging wholly to a citizen or citizens thereof, or...
Seite 10 - That no merchandise other than that imported in such vessel from some foreign port which shall not have been unladen shall be carried from one port or place in the United States to another.
Seite 16 - There shall be between all the dominions of his Majesty in Europe and the territories of the United States, a reciprocal and perfect liberty of commerce and navigation.
Seite 52 - 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...

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