Port of New York Authority: Hearings Before Subcommittee No. 5 of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, Second Session ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1961 - 2065 pages
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Page 67 - No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, . . . enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, . . .
Page 86 - Building, at the hour of 10 am, then and there to testify touching matters of inquiry committed to said committee; and he is not to depart without leave of said committee. Herein fail not, and make return of this summons "Witness my hand and the seal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the city of Washington, this 23d day of January 1947. "J. PABNELL THOMAS, Chairman. "Attest: "JOHN ANDREWS, Clerk.
Page 511 - Act ; or (2) be construed as impairing or in any manner affecting any right or jurisdiction of the States with respect to the waters (including boundary waters) of such States.
Page 65 - Mr. Austin J. Tobin, executive director of the Port of New York Authority in support of Mr.
Page 134 - ... where the legislative body does not itself possess the requisite information — which not infrequently is true — recourse must be had to others who do possess it. Experience has taught that mere requests for such information often are unavailing, and also that information which is volunteered is not always accurate or complete ; so some means of compulsion are essential to obtain what is needed.
Page 134 - A legislative body cannot legislate wisely or effectively in the absence of information respecting the conditions which the legislation is intended to affect or change; and where the legislative body does not itself possess the requisite information — which not infrequently is true — recourse must be had to others who do possess it. Experience has taught that mere requests for such information...
Page 59 - Spnytenduyvel creek ; and of and over the lands covered by the said waters to the low water mark on the westerly or New Jersey side thereof; subject to the following rights of property and of jurisdiction of the State of New Jersey, that Is to say : 1.
Page 59 - ... said vessels shall be subject to the quarantine or health laws, and laws in relation to passengers of the state of New Jersey, which now exist or which may hereafter be passed.
Page 468 - ... the corporation described in, and which executed the foregoing instrument; that he knows the corporate seal of said corporation; that the seal affixed to said instrument is such corporate seal; that it...
Page 373 - If the committee determines that evidence or testimony at an investigative hearing may tend to defame, degrade, or incriminate any person, it shall — (1) receive such evidence or testimony in executive session; (2) afford such person an opportunity voluntarily to appear as a witness; and (3) receive and dispose of requests from such person to subpena additional witnesses.