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ALPHABETICAL INDEX

(Figures in parentheses ( ) refer to Senate Document 210; other figures refer to this

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A

NAMES.-Admiral-Oriental Line, 14, 18, 46, 47, (29), (41), (30), (15); Ameri-

can Diamond Line, 63; Americ:1-France Line. 63; American Line Steamship
Corporation, 46, 47, 54, (42), (21), (22); American Scantic Line, 14. 35, 46,
(42), (5), (15); American South African Line, 34, 14, 46, (42), (36), (15);
American West African Line, 14, 46, 47, (43), (36), (15); Atlantic and Carib-
bean Steam Navigation Co., 46, (43); steainship American Legion (13);
steamship Argosy, (6); Argentine Republic, (12); Auckland, New Zealand,

(17); Australia, (18); Allen, Senator, (31).
SUBJECTS.-Accuracy and integrity of Senate Document 210, 17, 18; accounting

methods in shipping, 6, (10), (8); advertisements framed to favor special
lines, 5, see also supra, 17 (c), VIII, Digest Table of Contents; administra-
tion of the law versus the text of the law, (27) ; American tonnage inadequate
in Philippine Islands trade, 5, (32), sce also 18 (c), VIII, Digest-Contents;
amortization of capital investment, 22, 7, (16), sce also 11 (d), VIII, Digest-
Contents; annual reports of United States Shipping Board cited, 18, 21, 48,
49; archaic vessels subsidized, 19, 20; article in New York Journal of Com-
merce on Senate Document 210, 61 ; American vessels exclusively? 8, 14, 16,
see also 15, VIII, Digest-Contents; "Are the contracts modified or nullified?
(6): awards compared with awards under the 1920 act, (32); attitude of
certain Senators to direct subsidies; also of author of Senate Document 210,
9, (14), (1), (2), (3).

B

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NAMES.-Bethlehem Shipbuilding Co., 59; Black Diamond Steamship Co., 63 ;

Black Sea ports, (7); Brazil, (12); Buenos Aires. (12); Senator Black, 52.
SUBJECTS.—Basic intent of Congress should be clearly defined, 20, (2); Bipar-

tisan or nonpartisan policy for merchant marine, (39); Bidding was not
competitive, 4, (3).

с

Names.-Colombian Steamship Co., 46; Cunard Steamship Co., 38, (17); Cos-

mopolitan Steamship Co., 63; Collins Line, 39; steamship California, 54 (22);
California, 31, (17) ; Canal Zone, (21), (22) ; China, 32; Copenhagen, (6);
Cuba, (7); chairman United States Shipping Board, 12; Representative Car-

ter, 57, 58 ; Senator Copeland, 44, 45, 52, 53.
SUBJECTS.-Coastwise service, vessels in. should not be subsidized, (21);

coastwise line nevertheless subsidized, (21) ; coast wise laws, proposed exten-
sion to Philippine Islands, (32); competition required by law but intention-
ally excluded in practice, in many cases, 5, (3); comparison of subsidies
under the 1920 and the 1928 acts, respectively, (72); Congress: What some
Congressman understood in passing the 1928 act, 9, (14), (1), (2), (3);
contracts made under the 1928 act; the tabulation in Senate Document 210,
(41); the tabulation introduced by Senator Fletcher, 46–47; construction
loans, see 20, ix, Digest-Contents; cost of construction, tabulated list, 14;
concessions in sales price, 14; criticisms of Senate Document 210 by Commis-
sioner Plummer, 31, see "Replies" thereto. 17; coufidence in Senate Docu-
ment 210 expressed by Senators, notwithstanding the criticisms, 40.
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D

NAMES.—Dollar Steamship Line, 2, 10, 14, 18, 24, 32, 37, 38, 39, 43, 44, 46, 48,

(43), (44), (2), (12), (15); see also Admiral Oriental Line; Robert Dollar
Co., -; Denmark (5); Congressman Ewen L. Davis, (14), (15); Senator

Dill, 56.
SUBJECTS.-Debtors to Government not entitled to preference, (2), (36). sce

also 17 (g), VIII, Digest Contents; depreciation of vessels, allowance for, 22,
7, (16); defects in present law, 14, (27); Diesel engines, 20, 49, (12);
"discretion" in allowing contracts, see This is a Government by Laws,"
(34); discrimination against South-Atlantic ports, 25, 30; see also 19, ix,
Digest-Contents; distinction between cost and market values, 13, (14); double
subsidies, 11, (12) ; Dollar's opposition to proposed new direct route between
San Francisco and Manila, P. I., sce 18, VIII, Digest-Contents.

E

NAMES.---Eastern Steamship Lines, 46, (44), (4), (210); Export Steamship

Corporation, 5, 6, 13, 14, 19, 20, 23, 46, 47, (44), (7), (8), (14), (15), (25),

(26), (32), (33), (40).
SUBJECTS.- Editorial on Senate Document 210 and its author from New York

Journal of Commerce, -; equipment of vessels, modern, contemplated, -;
excessive subsidies, 21, 6, (8); extracts from Senate Document 210.

F

NAMES.--Furness, Withy & Co., 37, 38; steamship Frederick Lewis, 38. Finland,

(5); Senator Frye, (37), (38), (39), 19, 20, 39; Senator Fletcher, 9, 11, 13,

14, 16, 42, 43, 44, 45, 53.
SUBJECTS.-Foreign-built vessels, see 15 VII, Digest-Contents; foreign competi-
tion, see 10, vi, Digest-Contents.

G

NAMES.—Grace Steamship Co., 6, 7, 8, 16, 21, 46, 47, 48, 49, 54, (45), (8), (9),

(10), (11), (14), (22), (28), (33), (40); W. R. Grace & Co., (40); Gulf
Mail Steamship Co., 46, (45); steamship Gcorge Washington, (20); General
Engineering & Dry Dock Co., 58, 60; Gothenberg, (6); Senator Gallinger,

(38).
SUBJECTS.-—Geographical distribution intended, 29; Government competition on
routes sold not contemplated, 31.

H

NAMES.-Habana, (7); Holland, (6); Honolulu, (29), (30); Hong Kong, (29),

(30). Senator Mark Hanna, (37), (38), (39), 61, 62; Senator Hale, 19, 20.
SUBJECTS.—Handicaps of American vessels, 6, (8), see also 10 (a), vi, Digest-
Contents.

I

NAMES.--Interocean Steamship Co., 47.
SUBJECTS.-Incongruity of shipping cotton to Europe via New York, 30; inter-

coastal service, see “Coastwise”; International Postal Union rates, 7, (10) ;
interest on loans, see 20, ix, Digest-Contents; invalidity: "Are contracts
modified or nullified by reserved clauses, (6); “ Is it a subsidy," (1);
investment of new capital, see 17 (d), viii, Digest-Contents.

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J

NAME8.- Journal of Commerce of New York news article, 61; editorial, 63;

Japan, (32); President Andrew Jackson, (40); Senator Wesley L. Jones,
2, 25, 31, 50, 57.

K

NAMES.-Kobe, Japan, (29); Senator King, 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 40, 41, 43, 44, 48.

L

NAMES. -Lamport & Holt Line, 37; Los Angeles Ship Building & Dry Dock

Co., 60; Luckenbach Line, 59; Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., 46, (45) ; steam
ship Lituania, (C); steamship Lusitania, (17), 17, 377; steamship Leviathan,

(20).
SUBJECTS.-Larger vessels encouraged by, but not product of subsidies, 23;

law, references to, see Nos. 21, 22, Digest-Contents; law, This is a Govern-
ment by, (34) ; law, present law defective, 14, (27); law, disapproval of, is
no bar to claiming benefits under, 27; loans for ship construction, see 20, ix,
Digest-Contents.

M

NAMES.—Matson Line, (31) ; Munson Steamship Line, 1, 12, 13, 14, 20, 37, 46,

48, 49, (46), (2), (11), (12), (13), (14), (15), (32), (33); Mississippi
Shipping Co., 47; steamship Mauretania, (17), 17, 37; Manila, see Philippine
Islands; Melbourne, (18); Miami, Fla., (7); Montevideo, (12); Moore Dry
Dock Co., 59, 60; C. A. McAllister, 57; Robert McAlpin, 56 ; Senator McKellar,

2, 3, 4, 11, 17, 40, 41, 42, 48, 50, 51, 52, 61; Senator Moses, 1, 2, 3, 4, 41, 42.
SUBJECTS.—Maximum rates awarded, 8, 16, (10); market values of vessels,

13, (14); merchant marine is a nonpartisan problem, (39); mid-west cities,
how interested, (22); modern vessels and equipment required, 49, 20, 23,
(16), see also 12, Vir, Digest-Contents; "New vessels not required,” (16);
“New vessels and replacements," 11, VII, Digest-Contents; monopoly in
bidding, 4, (3), see also 17 (a), VIII, Digest-Contents; Matson proposal for
new direct postal route between San Francisco and Manila, see 18, VIII,
Digest-Contents.

N

NAMES.—New York & Cuba Mail Steamship Co., 46, (46); New York & Porto

Rico Steamship Co., 15, 46, (27), (47); Nippon Yusen Kabushai Kaisha, 37;

New Zealand, 17; Senator Norris, 40, 41, 42, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53.
SUBJECTS.--Necessity for Government aid to shipping, see 10, VI, Digest-Con-

tents; New vessels not required by many contracts, 21, 23, 24, 53, 54, 55,
(16), see also New vessels and replacements, 11 vii, Digest-Contents.

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NAMES.-Oceanic & Oriental Navigation Co., 14, 22, 23, 32, 46, 47, 49, (47),

(15), (17) ; Oceanic Stea mship Co., 46, 55, (47).
SUBJECTS.- Operating agents of board not entitled to preference, (2), (23),

see also 17 (h), vili, Digest-Contents; Obsolescence, see 10 (a), vi, Digest-Con-
tents; Ocean Mail Act, 1891, 19.

P

NAMES.--Pan American Line, see Munson Line; Panama Mail Steamship Co.,

54, 55, 47; Pacific Argentine Brazil Line, 14, 47, (48), (15); Peninsular &
Oriental Steamship Co., 39; Steamship Pan America, 13; Steamship Penn-
sylvania, (22), 54; Panama Canal, see Canal Zone; Philippine Islands, (2),
(29), (30), (31), (32) ; Porto Rico, (27), (39; Commissioner E. C. Plummer,

his criticisms of Senate Document No. 210, 31.
SUBJECTS.—Preferred treatment extended, (23); sce also 17, VIII, Digest-Con-

tents; parcelpost, in relation to South Atlantic ports, 27, 29; parcelpost,
proposed increase of rates versus ship subsidies, 40, 50; Pacific coast
handicapped in competition for ship construction, 57, see also ch. 7, vi, Digest-
Contents; postal contracts in force February 1, 1930, tabulated, (41) ; postal
contracts for South Atlantic ports, see ch. 3, iv, and 19, ix, Digest-Contents;
postal rates for mail transportation, 7; postal contracts, subsidies in, 12, (12);
public benefits, subsidies justified only as, 20 (2), see also 10 (2), VI, Digest-
Contents; policy of Congress should be clearly defined, 20 (2); the merchant
marine involves nonpartisan business policy, (39); Postmaster General, state-
ment that these contracts are really not postal matters, (36), also, suggestion
that preference be given owners indebted to the Government, (35); Philip-
pine Islands, proposed new direct postal route, see 18, VIII, Digest-Contents.

R

NAMES.-Red D Line, 58; Roosevelt Steamship Co., 47, 56; Royal Mail Steam-

ship Co., 38; Robert Dollar interests, (2), (29), (31) ; see also Dollar Steam-

ship Co.; Admiral Oriental Line; Rio Janeiro, Brazil, (7), (12).
SUBJECTS.-Reply by author of Senate Document 210 to criticisms by Commis-

sioner Plummer, 17; see also ch. 2, Iv, Digest-Contents; reference to annual
reports of United States Shipping Board, 18, 21, 48, 49; references to laws,
see 21 and 22, ix, Digest-Contents; reserver powers in the contracts, see 1 (c),
1, also 14, VII, Digest-Contents; Remedy: What is the remedy? (37) ; reason-
able time for bidding, etc., not given, 5 (4), see also 17 (d), VIII, Digest-Con-
tents; reply to tabulation entitled Contracts let under merchant marine
act, 1928, 53, see also ch. 6, v, Digest-Contents.

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NAMES.-South Atlantic Steamship Co., 24, 26, 33, 47, (48), see also 19, IX,

Digest-Contents; States Steamship Co., 14, 47, (49), (15); Steers Terminal
Co., (26); Steamship Schenectady, (6): Steamship Stockholm, (6); Steam-
ship Southern Cross, 13 (13); San Domingo, (27), (39); San Francisco, 21,
29, 31; Seattle, (29), (30); Shanghai, (29, (30); Savannah, Ga., see 19, Ix,

Digest-Contents; Senator Swanson, (31).
SUBJECTS.-Subsidies to ships, see 10, VI, Digest-Contents; subsidies very ex-

cessive, 21, 6, (8); subsidy in sales prices of vessels sold, 13, 19, (13) ; see
also 13, VII, Digest-Contents; subsidy in the postal contracts, 12 (12); south-
ern ports, discrimination against, 25, 30; southern commercial bodies, action
by, re Savannah contracts, 30.

T

NAMES.--Tacoma Oriental Steamship Co., 47 (49); Todd Dry Docks Co., 59.
SUBJECTS.--Tests for determining proper subsidies, see 10, vi, Digest-Contents;

transportation contracts or subsidies 2 (1); transportation of mails, 16, 18,
(1), (29), see also 16, VIII, Digest-Contents; tabulation of sales prices and
cost of construction, 14 (15); tabulation of new vessels : (a) List introduced
by Senator Fletcher, 46; (1) letter alleging inaccuracies in it, 53; (c) sce also
ch. 6, 5, and also 11. VII. Digest-Contents; titles of Senate Document 210,
see ch. 1, 1, Digest - Contents; trend of trade requirements, 20, 49 (17);
transportation requirements not duly considered, 5 (3), see also 17 (b), VIII,
Digest-Contents.

U

NAMES.—United States Lines, 47, 55, 63; United Fruit Co., 47; Union Iron
Works, 59; Uruguay (12).

V

NAMES.--Steamship Virginia (22), 54; steamship Valkyrie, 37; steamship Van

Dyke, 37; the Virgin Islands (39); Senator Vandenberg, 8, 52.
SUBJECTS.--Voyage expenses, see 11 (a), vii, Digest-Contents; voluntary con-

struction, 23, see also 11 (e), vii, Digest-Contents.

W

NAMES.-Steamship Western World, 13 (13); Representative Welch, 57, 58.
SUBJECTS.-“ What is the remedy?” (37); “West coast can build ships."

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INJUNCTIONS IN LABOR

DISPUTES

STATEMENT

BY THE

HON. HENRIK SHIPSTEAD A SENATOR FROM THE STATE OF MINNESOTA ON THE BILL (S. 2497) TO AMEND THE JUDICIAL CODE AND TO DEFINE AND LIMIT THE JURISDICTION OF COURTS SITTING IN EQUITY, AND

FOR OTHER PURPOSES

TOGETHER WITH
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FEBRUARY 17 (calendar day, MARCH 4), 1931.-Ordered

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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

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