Coast Guard Stations and User Fees: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, First Session, on Proposed Closure and Consolidation of Coast Guard Stations on the Great Lakes, May 17, 1985, Detroit, MI; Establishing Fees for Certain Coast Guard Services (H.R. 1936) and NOAA Charts Cost Recovery (H.R. 2775), June 27, 1985
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation
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189 ページ - No charge should be made for services when the identification of the ultimate beneficiary is obscure and the service can be primarily considered as benefitting broadly the general public (eg, licensing of new biological products).
189 ページ - Where a service (or privilege) provides special benefits to an identifiable recipient above and beyond those which accrue to the public at large, a charge should be Imposed to recover the full cost to the Federal Government of rendering that service.
153 ページ - The 20 companies listed above own and control terminals capable of receiving ocean-going tankers. None is affiliated with a major integrated oil company. Members of the Association are independent marketers of No. 2 fuel oil, No. 6 fuel oil, gasoline and other petroleum products. They distribute 40% of the No.
81 ページ - The head of the Department in which the Coast Guard is operating shall have authority to promulgate and enforce such reasonable regulations with respect to lights and other warning devices, safety equipment, and other matters relating to the promotion of safety of life and property...
110 ページ - ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR FOR OCEAN SERVICES AND COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE...
81 ページ - In general, the scope of the reinspection shall be the same as for the triennial inspection for certification, but will be in less detail unless it is determined that a major change has occurred since the last inspection for certification.
80 ページ - Military readiness. — The Coast Guard operates as a service In the Navy in time of war or national emergency at the direction of the President. During peacetime, an effective state of military preparedness is maintained through individual and unit training, by joint naval training exercises, and by Coast Guard single and multiship operations.
240 ページ - Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous, but to an even greater extent than the sea it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity, or neglect.
161 ページ - ... from a variety of sources, and to prepare a report to Congress. That report was published by the Senate Committee on Commerce July 18, 1975. Shortly thereafter, a number of bills were introduced in both Houses of Congress, including one at the request of the Ford Administration. Hearings were held by the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee's Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation in late 1975 and early 1976. The Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee reported out a new bill, HR...