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scribed in section 1252 of this title to cases falling within the provisions of this subsection. (c) Penalties. Any alien crewman who willfully remains in the

he United States in excess of the number of days allowed in any conditional permit issued under subsection (a) of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not more than $500 or shall be imprisoned for not more than six months, or both. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 6, § 252, 66 Stat. 220.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

Crewman, see section 1101 (a) (10) of this title.

Immigration officer, see section 1101 (a) (18) of this title.

Nonimmigrant allen, see section 1101 (a) (15) (AGI) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (36) of this title. Misdemeanor, offense punishable by imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year as, see section 1 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

& 1283. Hospital treatment of alien crewmen afflicted

with certain diseases. An alien crewman, including an alien crewman ineligible for a conditional permit to land under section 1282 (a) of this title, who is found on arrival in a port of the United States to be afflicted with any of the disabilities or diseases mentioned in section 1285 of this title, shall be placed in a hospital designated by the immigration officer in charge at the port of arrival and treated, all expenses connected therewith, including burial in the event of death, to be borne by the owner, agent, consignee, commanding officer, or master of the vessel or aircraft, and not to be deducted from the crewman's wages. No such vessel or airchaft shall be granted clearance until such expenses are paid, or their payment appropriately guaranteed, and the collector of customs is so notified by the immigration officer in charge. An alien crewman suspected of being afflicted with any such disability or disease may be removed from the vessel or aircraft on which he arrived to an immigration station, or other appropriate place, for such observation as will enable the examining surgeons to determine definitely whether or not he is so afflicted, all expenses connected therewith to be borne in the manner hereinbefore prescribed. In cases in which it appears to the satisfaction of the immigration officer in charge that it will not be possible within a reasonable time to effect a cure, the return of the alien crewman shall be enforced on, or at the expense of, the transportation line on which he came, upon such conditions as the Attorney General shall prescribe, to insure that the alien shall be properly cared for and protected, and that the spread of contagion shall be guarded against. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 6, $ 253, 66 Stat. 221.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

Crewman, see section 1101 (a) (10) of this title.

Immigration ofcer, see section 1101 (a) (18) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title. 8 1284. Control of alien crewmen. (a) Penalties for failure.

The owner, agent, consignee, charterer, master, or commanding officer of any vessel or aircraft arriving in the United States from any place outside thereof who fails (1) to detain on board the vessel, or in the case of an aircraft to detain at a place specified by an immigration officer at the expense of the airline, any alien crewman employed thereon until an immigration officer has completely inspected such alien crewman, including a physical examination by the medical examiner, or (2) to detain any alien crewman on board the vessel, or in the case of an aircraft at a place specified by an immigration officer at the expense of the airline, after such inspection unless a conditional permit to land temporarily has been granted such alien crewman under section 1282 of this title or unless an alien crewman has been permitted to land temporarily under section 1182 (d) (5) or 1283 of this title for medical or hospital treatment, or (3) to deport such alien crewman if required to do so by an immigration officer, whether such deportation requirement is imposed before or after the crewman is permitted to land temporarily under sections 1182 (d) (5), 1282, or 1283 of this title, shall pay to the collector of customs 128 of the customs district in of the customs district in which the port of arrival is located or in which the failure to comply with the orders of the officer occurs the sum of $1,000 for each alien crewman in respect to whom any such failure occurs. No such vessel or aircraft shall be granted clearance pending the determination of the liability to the payment of such fine, or while the fine remains unpaid, except that clearance may be granted prior to the determination of such question upon the deposit of a sum sufficient to cover such fine, or of a bond with sufficient surety to secure the payment thereof approved by the collector of customs. The Attorney General may, upon application in writing therefor, mitigate such penalty to not less than $200 for each alien crewman in respect of whom such failure occurs, upon such terms as he shall think proper. (b) Prima facie evidence against transportation line.

E xcept as may be otherwise prescribed by regulations issued by the Attorney General, proof that an alien crewman did not appear upon the outgoing manifest of the vessel or aircraft on which he arrived in the United States from any place outside thereof, or that he was reported by the master or commanding officer of such vessel or aircraft as a deserter, shall be prima facie evidence of a failure to detain or deport such alien crewman. (c) Deportation on other than arriving vessel or air

craft; expenses. If the Attorney General finds that deportation of an alien crewman under this section on the vessel or aircraft on which he arrived is impracticable or impossible, or would cause undue hardship to such alien crewman, he may cause the alien crewman to be deported from the port of arrival or any other port on another vessel or aircraft of the same transportation line, unless the Attorney General finds this to be impracticable. All expenses incurred in connection with such deportation, including expenses incurred in transferring an alien crewman from one place in the United States to another under such conditions and safeguards as the Attorney General shall impose, shall be paid by the owner or owners of the vessel or aircraft on which the alien arrived in the United States. The vessel or aircraft on which the alien arrived shall not be granted clearance until such expenses have been paid or their payment guaranteed to the satisfaction of the Attorney General. An alien crewman who is transferred within the United States in accordance with this subsection shall not be regarded as having been landed in the United States. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 6, § 254, 66 Stat. 221.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title. Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

Crewman, see section 1101 (a) (10) of this title.

Immigration officer, see section 1101 (a) (18) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title.

& 1286. Discharge of alien crewmen; penalties.

It shall be unlawful for any person, including the owner, agent, consignee, charterer, master, or commanding officer of any vessel or aircraft, to pay off or discharge any alien crewman, except an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence, employed on board a vessel or aircraft arriving in the United States without first having obtained the consent of the Attorney General. If it shall appear to the satisfaction of the Attorney General that any alien crewman has been paid off or discharged in the United States in violation of the provisions of this section such owner. section, such owner, agent, consignee, charterer, master, commanding officer, or other person, shall pay to the collector of customs of the customs district in which the violation occurred the sum of $1,000 for each such violation. No vessel or aircraft shall be granted clearance pending the determination of the question of the liability to the payment of such sums, or while such sums remain unpaid, except that clearance may be granted prior to the determination of such question upon the deposit of an amount sufficient to cover such sums, or of a bond approved by the collector of customs with sufficient surety to secure the payment thereof. Such fine may, in the discretion of the Attorney General, be mitigated to not less than $500 for each violation, upon such terms as he shall think proper. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 6, § 256, 66 Stat. 223.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

Crewman, see section 1101 (a) (10) of this title.

Lawfully admitted for permanent residence, see section 1101 (a) (20) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title.

& 1285. Employment on passenger vessels of aliens

afflicted with certain disabilities. It shall be unlawful for any vessel or aircraft carrying passengers between a port of the United States and a port outside thereof to have employed on board upon arrival in the United States any alien afflicted with feeble-mindedness, insanity, epilepsy, tuberculosis in any form, leprosy, or any dangerous contagious disease. If it appears to the satisfaction of the Attorney General, from an examination made by a medical officer of the United States Public Health Service, and is so certified by such officer, that any such alien was so afflicted at the time he was shipped or engaged and taken on board such vessel or aircraft and that the existence of such affliction might have been detected by means of a competent medical examination at such time, the owner, commanding officer, agent, consignee, or master thereof shall pay for each alien so afflicted to the collector of customs of the customs district in which the port of arrival is located the sum of $50. No vessel or aircraft shall be granted clearance pending the determination of the question of the liability to the payment of such sums, or while such sums remain unpaid, except that clearance may be granted prior to the determination of such question upon the deposit of an amount sufficient to cover such sums or of a bond approved by the collector of customs with sufficient surety to secure the payment thereof. Any, such fine may, in the discretion of the Attorney General, be mitigated or remitted. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 6, § 255, 66 Stat. 222.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title. Public Health Service, see chapter 6A of Title 42, The Public Health and Welfare.

$ 1287. Alien crewmen brought in the United States

with intent to evade immigration laws; penalties. Any person, including the owner, agent, consignee, master, or commanding officer of any vessel or aircraft arriving in the United States from any place outside thereof, who shall knowingly sign on the vessel's articles, or bring to the United States as one of the crew of such vessel or aircraft, any alien, with intent to permit or assist such alien to enter or land in the United States in violation of law, or who shall falsely and knowingly represent to a consular officer at the time of application for visa, or to the immigration officer at the port of arrival in the United States, that such alien is a bona fide member of the crew employed in any capacity regularly required for normal operation and services aboard such vessel or aircraft, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding $5,000 for each such violation, for which sum such vessel or aircraft shall be liable and may be seized and proceeded against by way of libel in any district court of the United States having jurisdiction of the offense. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 6, § 257, 66 Stat. 223.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Consular officer, see section 1101 (a) (9) of this title.

Crewman, see section 1101 (a) (10) of this title. Entry, see section 1101 (a) (13) of this title.

thie Immigration laws, see section 1101 (a) (17) of this title.

Immigration officer, see section 1101 (a) (18) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title.

PART VII.-REGISTRATION OF ALIENS § 1301. Alien seeking entry; contents.

No visa shall be issued to any alien seeking to enter the United States until such alien has been registered and fingerprinted in accordance with section 1201 (b) of this title, unless such alien has been exempted from being fingerprinted as provided in that section. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 7, $ 261, 66 Stat. 223.)

CROSS REFERENCES
Definition of the term-

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.
Entry, see section 1101 (a) (13) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title. & 1302. Registration of aliens.

(a) It shall be the duty of every alien now or hereafter in the United States, who (1) is fourteen years of age or older, (2) has not been registered and fingerprinted under section 1201 (b) of this title or section 30 or 31 of the Alien Registration Act, 1940, and (3) remains in the United States for thirty days or longer, to apply for registration and to be fingerprinted before the expiration of such thirty days.

(b) It shall be the duty of every parent or legal guardian of any alien now or hereafter in the United States, who (1) is less than fourteen years of age, (2) has not been registered under section 1201 (b) of this title or section 30 or 31 of the Alien Registration Act, 1940, and (3) remains in the United States for thirty days or longer, to apply for the registration of such alien before the expiration of such thirty days. Whenever any alien attains his fourteenth birthday in the United States he shall, within thirty days thereafter, apply in person for registration and to be fingerprinted. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title IL ch. 7, § 262, 66 Stat. 224.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT Sections 30 and 31 of the Alien Registration Act of 1940, referred to subsecs. (a) and (b). were formerly classified to sections 451 and 452 of this title and were repealed by section 403 (a) (39) of act June 27, 1952.

EFFECTIVE DATE Section as effective 180 days after June 27, 1952, see note set out under section 1101 of this title. WAIVER OF FINGERPRINTING REQUIREMENTS FOR

NONIMMIGRANT ALIENS Authority of the Secretary of State and the Attorney General to walve the requirement of fingerprinting specified in this section, in the case of any nonimmtgrant allen, see note under section 1201а of this title.

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Parent, as used in subchapter III of this chapter, see section 1101 (c) (2) of this title.

Parent, as used in this subchapter and subchapter I of this chapter, see section 1101 (b) (2) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title. Waiver of fingerprinting requirements for nonimmigrant aliens, see section 1201а of this title.

& 1303. Registration of special groups.

(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 1301 and 1302 of this title, the Attorney General is authorized to prescribe special regulations and forms for the registration and fingerprinting of (1) alien crewmen, (2) holders of border-crossing identification cards, (3) aliens confined in institutions within the United States, (4) aliens under order of deportation, and (5) aliens of any other class not lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence.

(b) The provisions of section 1302 of this title and of this section shall not be applicable to any alien who is in the United States as a nonimmigrant under section 1101 (a) (15) (A) or (a) (15) (G) of this title until the alien ceases to be entitled to such a nonimmigrant status. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 7, § 263, 66 Stat. 224.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

Border crossing identification card, see section 1101 (a) (6) of this title.

Crewman, see section 1101 (a) (10) of this title.

Lawfully admitted for permanent residence, see section 1101 (a) (20) of this title.

Nonimmigrant alien, see section 1101 (a) (15)

(A—I) of this title. & 1304. Forms for registration and fingerprinting. (a) Preparation; contents.

The Attorney General and the Secretary of State jointly are authorized and directed to prepare forms for the registration and fingerprinting of aliens under section 1301 of this title, and the Attorney General is authorized and directed to prepare forms for the registration and fingerprinting of aliens un. der section 1302 of this title. Such forms shall contain inquiries with respect to (1) the date and place of entry of the alien into the United States; (2) activities in which he has been and intends to be engaged; (3) the length of time he expects to remain in the United States; (4) the police and criminal record, if any, of such alien; and (5) such additional matters as may be prescribed. (b) Confidential nature.

All registration and fingerprint records made under the provisions of this subchapter shall be confidential, and shall be made available only to such persons or agencies as may be designated by the Attorney General. (c) Information under oath.

Every person required to apply for the registration of himself or another under this subchapter shall submit under oath the information required for such registration. Any person authorized under regulations issued by the Attorney General to register aliens under this subchapter shall be authorized to administer oaths for such purpose. (d) Certificate of alien registration or alien receipt

card. Every alien in the United States who has been registered and fingerprinted under the provisions of

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

Parent, as used in subchapter III of this chapter, see section 1101 (c) (2) of this title.

Parent, as used in this subchapter and subchapter I of this chapter, see section 1101 (b) (2) of this title.

Residence, see section 1101 (a) (33) of this title.
United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title.

the Alien Registration Act, 1940, or under the provisions of this chapter shall be issued a certificate of alien registration or an alien registration receipt card in such form and manner and at such time as shall be prescribed under regulations issued by the Attorney General. (e) Same; personal possession; penalties.

Every alien, eighteen years of age and over, shall at all times carry with him and have in his personal possession any certificate of alien registration or alien registration receipt card issued to him pursuant to subsection (d) of this section. Any alien who fails to comply with the provisions of this subsection shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon conviction for each offense be fined not to exceed $100 or be imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 7, § 264, 66 Stat. 224.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT The Alien Registration Act of 1940, referred to in subsec. (d), was formerly classified to sections 451 and 460 of this title, and was repealed by section 403 (a) (39) of act June 27, 1952.

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Allen, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

Entry, see section 1101 (a) (13) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title. Misdemeanor, offense punishable by imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year as, see section 1 of Title 18. Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

$ 1305. Change of address.

Every alien required to be registered under this subchapter, or who was required to be registered under the Alien Registration Act, 1940, as amended, who is within the United States on the first day of January following the effective date of this chapter, or on the first day of January of each succeeding year shall, within thirty days following such dates, notify the Attorney General in writing of his current address and furnish such additional information as may by regulations be required by the Attorney General. Any such alien shall likewise notify the Attorney General in writing of each change of address and new address within ten days from the date of such change. Any such alien who is temporarily absent from the United States on the first day of January following the effective date of this chapter, or on the first day of January of any succeeding year shall furnish his current address and other information as required by this section within ten days after his return. Any such alien in the United States in a lawful temporary residence status shall in like manner also notify the Attorney General in writing of his address at the expiration of each three-month period during which he remains in the United States regardless of whether there has been any change of address. In the case of an alien for whom a parent or legal guardian is required to apply for registration, the notice required by this section shall be given by such parent or legal guardian. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 7, § 265, 66 Stat. 225.)

EFFECTIVE DATE Chapter as effective 180 days after June 27, 1952, see note set out under section 1101 of this title.

8 1306. Penalties.
(a) Willful failure to register.

Any alien required to apply for registration and to be fingerprinted in the United States who willfully fails or refuses to make such application or to be fingerprinted, and any parent or legal guardian required to apply for the registration of any alien who willfully fails or refuses to file application for the registration of such alien shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined not to exceed $1,000 or be imprisoned not more than six months, or both. (b) Failure to notify change of address.

Any alien or any parent or legal guardian in the United States of any alien who fails to give written notice to the Attorney General, as required by section 1305 of this title, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined not to exceed $200 or be imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both. Irrespective of whether an alien is convicted and punished as herein provided, any alien who fails to give written notice to the Attorney General, as required by section 1305 of this title, shall be taken into custody and deported in the manner provided by Part 5 of this subchapter, unless such alien establishes to the satisfaction of the Attorney General that such failure was reasonably excusable or was not willful. (c) Fraudulent statements.

Any alien or any parent or legal guardian of any alien, who files an application for registration containing statements known by him to be false, or who procures or attempts to procure registration of himself or another person through fraud, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined not to exceed $1,000, or be imprisoned not more than six months, or both; and any alien so convicted shall, upon the warrant of the Attorney General, be taken into custody and be deported in the manner provided in Part 5 of this subchapter. (d) Counterfeiting.

Any person who with unlawful intent photographs, prints, or in any other manner makes, or executes, any engraving, photograph, print, or impression in the likeness of any certificate of alien registration or an alien registration receipt card or any colorable imitation thereof, except when and as authorized under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Attorney General, shall upon conviction be fined not to exceed $5,000 or be imprisoned not more than five years, or both. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 7, § 266, 66 Stat. 225.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Alien, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title.

PART VIII.-GENERAL PENALTY PROVISIONS 81321. Prevention of unauthorized landing of aliens:

failure to report; penalties; prima facie evidence. (a) It shall be the duty of every person, includ. ing the owners, masters, officers, and agents of vessels, aircraft, transportation lines, or international bridges or toll roads, other than transportation lines which may enter into a contract as provided in section 1228 of this title. bringing an alien to, or providing a means for an alien to come to, the United States (including an alien crewman whose. case is not covered by section 1284 (a) of this title) to prevent the landing of such alien in the United States at a port of entry other than as designated by the Attorney General or at any time or place other than as designated by the immigration officers. Any such person, owner, master, officer, or agent who fails to comply with the foregoing requirements shall be liable to a penalty to be imposed by the Attorney General of $1,000 for each such violation, which may, in the discretion of the Attorney General, be remitted or mitigated by him in accordance with such proceedings as he shall by regulation prescribe. Such penalty shall be a lien upon the vessel or aircraft whose owner, master, officer, or agent violates the provisions of this section, and such vessel or aircraft may be libeled therefor in the appropriate United States court.

(b) Proof that the alien failed to present himself at the time and place designated by the immigration officers shall be prima facie evidence that such alien has landed in the United States at a time or place other than as designated by the immigration officers. (June 27, 1952, ch. 477, title II, ch. 8, § 271, 66 Stat. 226.)

CROSS REFERENCES Definition of the term

Allen, see section 1101 (a) (3) of this title.

Attorney General, see section 1101 (a) (5) of this title.

Crewman, see section 1101 (a) (10) of this title
Entry, see section 1101 (a) (13) of this title.

Immigration officer, see section 1101 (a) (18) of this title.

United States, see section 1101 (a) (38) of this title. & 1322. Bringing in aliens subject to disability or

afflicted with disease; persons liable; clearance

papers; exceptions; definition. (a) Any person who shall bring to the United States an alien (other than an alien crewman) who is (1) feeble-minded, (2) insane, (3) an epileptic, (4) afflicted with psychopathic personality, (5) a chronic alcoholic, (6) afflicted with tuberculosis in any form, (7) afflicted with leprosy or any dangerous contagious disease, or (8) a narcotic drug addict, shall pay to the collector of customs of the customs district in which the place of arrival is located for each and every alien so afflicted, the sum of $1,000 unless (1) the alien was in possession of a valid, unexpired immigrant visa, or (2) the alien was allowed to land in the United States, or (3) the alien was in possession of a valid unexpired nonimmigrant visa or other document authorizing such alien to apply for temporary admission to the United

States or an unexpired reentry permit issued to him, and (A) such application was made within one hundred and twenty days of the date of issuance of the visa or other document, or in the case of an alien in possession of a reentry permit, within one hundred and twenty days of the date on which the alien was last examined and admitted by the Service, or (B) in the event the application was made later than one hundred and twenty days of the date of issuance of the visa or other document or such examination and admission, if such person establishes to the satisfaction of the Attorney General that the existence of such disease or disability could not have been detected by the exercise of due diligence prior to the alien's embarkation.

(b) Any person who shall bring to the United States an alien (other than an alien crewman) afflicted with any mental defect other than those enumerated in subsection (a) of this section, or any physical defect of a nature which may affect his ability to earn a living, as provided in section 1182 (a) (7) of this title, shall pay to the collector of customs of the customs district in which the place of arrival is located for each and every alien so afflicted, the sum of $250, unless (1) the alien was in possession of a valid, unexpired immigrant visa, or (2) the alien was allowed to land in the United States, or (3) the alien was in possession of a valid unexpired nonim unexpired nonimmigrant visa or other document authorizing such alien to apply for temporary admission to the United States or an unexpired reentry permit issued to him, and (A) such application was made within one hundred and twenty days of the date of issuance of the visa or other document, or in the case of an alien in possession of a reentry permit, within one hundred and twenty days of the date on which the alien was last examined and admitted by the Service, or (B) in the event the application was made later than one hundred and twenty days of the date of issuance of the visa or other document or such examination and admission, if such person establishes to the satisfaction of the Attorney General that the existence of such disease or disabinty could not have been detected by the exercise of due diligence prior to the alien's embarkation.

(c) No vessel or aircraft shall be granted clearance papers pending determination of the question of liability to the payment of any fine under this section, or while the fines remain unpaid, nor shall such fines be remitted or refunded; but clearance may be granted prior to the determination of such question upon the deposit of a sum sufficient to cover such fines or of a bond with sufficient surety to secure the payment thereof, approved by the collector of customs.

(d) Nothing contained in this section shall be construed to subject transportation companies to a fine for bringing to ports of entry in the United States aliens who are entitled by law to exemption from the excluding provisions of section 1182 (a) from the of this title.

(e) As used in this section, the term "person" means the owner, master, agent, commanding officer, charterer, or consignee of any vessel or aircraft. (June 27. 1952. ch. 477. title II, ch. 8, § 272, 66 Stat. 226.)

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