Neutrality Act of 1937 Law and Legal Definition
The Neutrality Act of 1937 is a U.S federal statute. The Act bans the trade of arms with Spain. The Act prohibits:
1. transportation of passengers;
2. transportation of any articles to belligerents;
3. citizens from traveling on ships of belligerent nations.
This Act establishes a National Munitions Control Board to carry the provisions of the Act.