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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
H. R. 1012
1938, AS AMENDED, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
FEBRUARY 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, AND 12, 1943
lis. Congress. Howe. . Printed for the use of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce
COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
! CLARENCE F. LEA, California, Chairman ROBERT CROSSER, Ohio
CHARLES A. HALLECK, Indiana ALFRED L. BULWINKLE, North Carolina PEHR G. HOLMES, Massachusetts VIRGIL CHAPMAN, Kentucky
B. CARROLL REECE, Tennessee LYLE H. BOREN, Oklahoma
CHARLES A. HALLECK, Indiana MARTIN J. KENNEDY, New York
| CARL HINSHAW, California LINDLEY BECKWORTH, Texas
CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio THOMAS D'ALESANDRO, JR., Maryland EVAN HOWELL, Illinois FRANCIS J. MYERS, Pennsylvania
HARVE TIBBOTT, Pennsylvania J. PERCY PRIEST, Tennessee
LEONARD W. HALL, New York OREN HARRIS, Arkansas
THOMAS D. WINTER, Kansas
JOSEPH P. O'HARA, Minnesota
ELTON J. LAYTON, Clerk
ALFRED L. BULWINKLE, Chairman CLARENCE F. LEA, California
CHARLES A. WOLVERTON, New Jersey LYLE H. BOREN, Oklahoma
PEHR G. HOLMES, Massachusetts LINDLEY BECKWORTH, Texas
CARL HINSHAW, California FRANCIS J. MYERS, Pennsylvania
EVAN HOWELL, Illinois RICHARD F. HARLESS, Arizona.
JOSEPH P. O'HARA, Minnesota
Col. Edgar S., president, Air Transport Association of
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AMENDMENTS TO CIVIL AERONAUTICS ACT OF 1938
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1943
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
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(H. R. 1012 above referred to is as follows:)
[H. R. 1012, 78th Cong., 1st sess.) A BILL To amend the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, as amended, and for other purposes
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1943”.
REPORTS TO CONGRESS
TRANSPORTATION OF MAIL
SEC. --. (a) The Civil Aeronautics Board and the Postmaster General, respectively, are empowered and directed to investigate and report to the Congress within one year from the effective date of this Act concerning the feasibility and advantages of transporting by air all classes of mail wherever delivery thereof would be speeded by the use of air transportation, and there shall be included in such reports a plan for accomplishing such transportation and the recommendations concerning the time when such plan should be put into effect.
(b) The Civil Aeronautics Board is empowered and directed to investigate and report to the Congress within one year from the effective date of this Act, or as soon thereafter as may be feasible, concerning the probable technological and commercial developments in air commerce which may be anticipated during the immediate post-war period, and shall include in such report a plan or plans for the sound and swift development of the air commerce of the United States in a manner which will assure preeminence of the United States in the field of aeronautics, and which will assure the most effective accomplishment of the declarations of policy set forth in the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, as amended. The Civil Aeronautics Board shall include within the scope of its investigation and report, among other things, a thorough study of the feasibility of transporting property by air, the probable costs of such transportation, and the most desirable means for the development of such transportation.
SEC. 2. Section 1 (2) of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, as amended, is hereby amended by inserting after the word “arrangement" the words "and whether as a forwarder or otherwise” and by striking the proviso and inserting in lieu thereof a new proviso as follows: “Provided, That the Authority may by order make the provisions of this Act inapplicable to air carriers who are