Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, 1. sējums

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327. lappuse - Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law, the President may, from time to time, when he deems it in the interest of national defense, authorize the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, or the head of any other department or agency of the Government...
327. lappuse - Congress, or both, any defense article for the government of any country whose defense the President deems vital to the defense of the United States.
181. lappuse - The standard displacement of a ship is the displacement of the ship complete, fully manned, engined, and equipped ready for sea, including all armament and ammunition, equipment, outfit, provisions and fresh water for crew, miscellaneous stores and implements of every description that are intended to be carried in war, but without fuel or reserve feed water on board. The word "ton" in the present Treaty, except in the expression "metric tons", shall be understood to mean the ton of 2240 pounds (1016...
276. lappuse - Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended for the construction of any boat by any person, firm, or corporation which has not at the time of the commencement and construction of said vessel established an eight-hour workday for all employees, laborers, and mechanics engaged or to be engaged in the construction of the vessels named herein.
192. lappuse - President is hereby authorized to have constructed one firstclass battleship, carrying as heavy armor and as powerful armament as any vessel of its class, to have the highest practicable speed and greatest desirable radius of action, and to cost, exclusive of armor and armament, not to exceed $7,425,000: Provided, That the battleship herein authorized shall be built in a Government navy yard.
181. lappuse - ... structure), fully manned, engined and equipped ready for sea, including all armament and ammunition, equipment, outfit, provisions for crew, miscellaneous stores and implements of every description that are intended to be carried in war, but without fuel, lubricating oil, fresh water or ballast water of any kind on board. (3) The word "ton" except in the expression "metric tons" denotes the ton of 2,240 Ib (1,016 kilos).
185. lappuse - House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President is hereby authorized to have constructed, as hereinafter provided — First. Two sea-going double-bottomed armored vessels of about six thousand tons displacement, designed for a speed of at least sixteen knots an hour, with engines having all necessary appliances for working under forced draught, and costing, including engines and machinery and excluding armament, not more than two million five hundred...
225. lappuse - ... of said competition or comparison, together with its recommendations, to the Secretary of the Navy, who may purchase or contract for subsurface or submarine torpedo...
185. lappuse - That for the purpose of further increasing the naval establishment of the United States the President is hereby authorized to have constructed by contract three seagoing coast-line...
204. lappuse - ... and to have the highest practicable speed and great radius of action, and to cost, exclusive of armor and armament, not exceeding four million dollars each; and six protected cruisers of about two thousand five hundred tons trial displacement, to be sheathed and coppered...

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