Laws Relating to Shipping and Merchant Marine, 2. sējums

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981

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Act of September 18 1978 To extend until October 1 1981 the voluntary
Act of October 17 1978 To amend the Ports and Waterways Safety Act
Act of October 18 1978 To amend the Intercoastal Shipping Act 1933
Act of October 21 1978 To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954
Act of November 8 1978 To improve the administration of fish and wildlife
Act of November 10 1978 To amend the Endangered Species Act of 1973
Act of June 19 1979 To amend the Shipping Act 1916 to strengthen
Act of September 27 1979 To provide for the operation and maintenance
Act of November 15 1979 To revitalize the pleasure industry by clarifying
Act of December 28 1979 To authorize appropriations to carry out the
Act of June 17 1980 To protect the confidentiality of Shippers Export
Act of June 28 1980 To authorize appropriations to carry out the national
Act of August 4 1980 To revise the laws relating to the Coast Guard
Act of August 8 1980 To clarify the authority to establish lines of demarca
Act of September 29 1980 To assist the States in developing fish and wild
Act of October 6 1980 To establish a Towing Safety Advisory Committee
Act of October 15 1980 To amend the Merchant Marine Act 1936 to revise
Act of October 15 1980 To authorize appropriations for fiscal year 1981
Act of October 21 1980 To implement the Protocol of 1978 relating to
Act of December 22 1980 To reauthorize title I of the Marine Protection
Act of December 24 1980 To revise and improve the laws relating to

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