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Act of June 21, 1902, an Act to regulate commutation for food conduct for

U.S. prisoners. (Public Law No. 170, 57th Cong.)-------
Act of June 25, 1910, an Act to parole U.S. prisoners. (Public Law No.

269, 61st Cong.)-----
Act of October 17, 1919, an Act to punish the transportation of stolen

motor vehicles in interstate or foreign commerce. (Public Law No. 70,
66th Cong.)------------
Act of November 17, 1921, an Act to amend section 1044 of the Revised

Statutes of United States relating to limitation in criminal cases. (Public

Law No. 92, 67th Cong.)--
Act of December 27, 1927, an Act amending section 1044 of the Revised

Statutes of the United States as amended by the Act approved November
17, 1921. (Public Law No. 3, 70th Cong.) --------

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Act of January 7, 1925, an Act for the establishment of a U.S. Industrial

Reformatory. (Public Law No. 305, 68th Cong.) -------------------
Act of February 13, 1925, an Act to amend the Judicial Code, and to

further define jurisdiction of the circuit courts of appeals and of the

Supreme Court. (Public Law No. 415, 68th Cong.)---..
Act of March 4, 1925, an Act to provide for the establishment of a proba-

tion system in the U.S. courts, except in the District of Columbia.

(Public Law No. 596, 68th Cong.)---------------------------------
Act of July 3, 1926, an Act to increase the clothing and cash gratuity

furnished to persons discharged from prisons. (Public Law No. 516,
69th Cong.)---
Act of January 19, 1929, an Act to divest goods, wares, and merchandise
manufactured, produced, or mined by convicts or prisoners of their

interstate character in certain cases. (Public Law No. 669, 70th Cong.).
Act of February 8, 1927, an Act declaring pistols, revolvers, and other

firearms capable of being concealed on the person nonmailable and pro-

viding penalty. (Public Law No. 583, 69th Cong.)------------------
Act of February 26, 1929, an Act to establish Federal prison camps.

(Public Law No. 822, 70th Cong.)---------
Act of May 12, 1930, an Act to remove the age limit of persons who may
be confined at the U.S. Industrial Reformatory at Chillicothe, Ohio.

(Public Law No. 188, 71st Cong) ----------
Act of May 13, 1930, an Act to establish a hospital for defective delin-

quents. (Public Law No. 201, 71st Cong.) -------
Act of May 13, 1930, an Act to authorize the Public Health Service to

provide medical service in the Federal prisons. (Public Law No. 203,
71st Cong.)------

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Act of May 13, 1930, an Act to amend an Act providing for the parole of

U.S. prisoners. (Public Law No. 202, 71st Cong.)---------
Act of May 14, 1930, an Act to reorganize the administration of Federal

prisons; to authorize the Attorney General to contract for the care of
U.S. prisoners; to establish Federal jails. (Public Law No. 218, 71st

Cong.)...--------
Act of May 27, 1930, an Act establishing two institutions for the confine-

ment of U.S. prisoners. (Public Law No. 270, 71st Cong.)----------
Act of May 27, 1930, an Act to provide for the diversification of employ-
ment of Federal prisoners, for their training and schooling in trades
and occupation. (Public Law No. 271, 71st Cong.)---

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Act of June 6, 1930, an Act to amend the Act of March 4, 1925, chapter 521.

(Public Law No. 310, 71st Cong.)-------

Act of June 11, 1930, an Act establishing under the jurisdiction of the

Department of Justice a Division of the Bureau of Investigation to be

known as the Division of Identification and Information. (Public Law

No. 337, 71st Cong.)---------------------------------------
Act of March 2, 1931, an Act to amend an Act to parole U.S. prisoners,

approved June 25, 1910. (Public Law No. 777, 71st Cong.)-------

Act of June 11, 1932, to provide for the transportation of certain juvenile

offenders to States under the law of which they have committed offenses

or are delinquents. (Public Law No. 169, 72d Cong.)----------------
Act of June 22, 1932, forbidding the transportation of any person in inter-

state or foreign commerce, kidnapped, or otherwise unlawfully detained,

and making such act a felony. (Public Law No. 189, 72d Cong.)...
Act of June 28, 1932, to amend sections 328 and 329 of the U.S. Criminal

Code of 1910 and sections 548 and 549 of the United States Code of

1926. (Public Law No. 199, 72d Cong.) ---------
Act of June 29, 1932, to prohibit the misuse of official insignia. (Public

Law No. 206, 72d Cong.)--------------
Act of June 29, 1932, to provide for alternate jurors in certain criminal

cases. (Public Law No. 209, 72d Cong.).--.

Act of June 29, 1932, to fix the date when sentence of imprisonment shall

begin to run, providing when the allowance to a prisoner of time for good

conduct shall begin to run, and further to extend the provisions of the

parole laws. (Public Law No. 210, 72d Cong.).
Act of July 8, 1932, to punish the sending through the mails of certain

threatening communications. (Public Law No. 274, 72d Cong.)-------

Act of July 8, 1932, to control the possession, sale, transfer, and use of

pistols and other dangerous weapons in the District of Columbia, to

provide penalties, to prescribe rules of evidence. (Public Law No. 275,

72d Cong.) ------------------------------

Act of July 15, 1932, to establish a Board of Intermediate Sentence and

Parole for the District of Columbia and to determine its functions.

(Public Law No. 287, 72d Cong.)-------

Act of January 21, 1933, to amend an Act entitled “An Act To Punish the

Unlawful Breaking of Seals of Railroad Cars Containing Interstate or

Foreign Shipments.” (Public Law No. 316, 72d Cong.)--.
Act of February 18, 1933, to amend section 812 of the Code of Law for the

District of Columbia. (Public Law No. 362, 72d Cong.) -------------

Act of March 3, 1933, to regulate the business of executing bonds for com-

pensation in criminal cases and to improve the administration of justice

in the District of Columbia. (Public Law No. 422, 72d Cong.)------
Act of May 18, 1933, to amend section 1025 of the Revised Statutes of the

United States. (Public Law No. 16, 73d Cong.)------
Act of June 10, 1933, for the protection of Government records. (Public
Law No. 37, 73d Cong.)---

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Act of June 15, 1933, to amend section 289 of the Criminal Code. (Public

Law No. 62, 73d Cong.)---
Act of June 16, 1933, to amend the Probation Law. (Public Law No. 74,

73d Cong.)----

Act of March 8, 1934, to amend an Act entitled "An Act To Give the

Supreme Court of the United States Authority To Prescribe Rules of

Practices and Procedure With Respect to Proceedings in Criminal

Cases After Verdict”. (Public Law No. 117, 73d Cong.)-------------

Act of April 30, 1934, to provide for the removal of American citizens and

nationals accused of crime to and from the jurisdiction of any officer or

representative of the United States vested with judicial authority in any

country in which the United States exercises extraterritorial jurisdiction.

(Public Law No. 126, 73d Cong.)--------

Act of May 10, 1934, to limit the operation of statutes of limitation in

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Act of May 18, 1934, to provide punishment for killing or assaulting

Federal officers. (Public Law No. 230, 73d Cong.)--------

Act of May 18, 1934, applying the powers of the Federal Government,

under the commerce clause of the Constitution, to extortion by means

of telephone, telegraph, radio, oral message. (Public Law No. 231,
73d Cong.) --------

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Act of May 18, 1934, to amend the Act forbidding the transportation of

kidnapped persons in interstate commerce. (Public Law No. 232, 73d

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Act of May 18, 1934, making it unlawful for any person to flee from one

State to another for the purpose of avoiding prosecution or the giving of

testimony in certain cases. (Public Law No. 233, 73d Cong.)---------
Act of May 18, 1934, to define certain crimes against the United States in

connection with the administration of Federal penal and correctional
institutions and to fix the punishment theretor. (Public Law No. 234,

73d Cong.)------

Act of May 18, 1934, to provide punishment for certain offenses committed

against banks organized or operating under laws of the United States

or any member of the Federal Reserve System. (Public Law No. 235,

73d Cong.) ----------

Act of May 22, 1934, to extend the provisions of the National Motor

Vehicle Theft Act to other stolen property. (Public Law No. 246, 73d

Cong.).........

Act of June 5, 1934, to amend the Act of July 15, 1932. (Public Law No.

287, 73d Cong.)------------

Act of June 6, 1934, granting the consent of Congress to any two or more

States to enter into agreements or compacts for cooperative effort and

mutual assistance in the prevention of crime. (Public Law No. 293,

73d Cong.)------------------------------- -------
Act of June 6, 1934, to authorize an appropriation of money to facilitate

the apprehension of certain persons charged with crime. (Public Law

No. 295, 73d Cong.)----
Act of June 14, 1934, to amend the Judicial Code by adding a new section

to be numbered 274D. (Public Law No. 343, 73d Cong.)-------

Act of June 18, 1934, to protect trade and commerce against interference

by violence, threats, coercion, or intimidation. (Public Law No. 376,

73d Cong.)----
Act of June 18, 1934, to amend section 35 of the Criminal Code of the

United States. (Public Law No. 394, 73d Cong.)---------
Act of June 18, 1934, to empower certain members of the Division of In-

vestigation of the Department of Justice to make certain arrests.

(Public Law No. 402, 73d Cong.)------
Act of June 19, 1934, to amend section 766 of the Revised Statutes, as

amended. (Public Law No. 437, 73d Cong.)---------------
Act of June 23, 1934, to authorize the formation of a body corporate to

insure the more effective diversification of prison industries." (Public

Law No. 461, 73d Cong.)--------
Act of June 15, 1935, relating to the powers and duties of the U.S. marshals.

(Public Law No. 146, 74th Cong.)---------------------------------

Act of June 25, 1934, to provide for the taxation of manufacturers, im-

porters, and dealers in certain firearms and machine guns, to tax the

sale or other disposal of such weapons, and to restrict importation and

regulate interstate transportation thereof. (Public Law No. 474,

73d Cong.)------------------

Act of June 28, 1935, to amend section 1 of the Act of July 8, 1932. (Public

Law No. 174, 74th Cong.)------------------------
Act of July 24, 1935, to prohibit the interstate transportation of prison-

made products in certain cases. (Public Law No. 215, 74th Cong.)----
Act of August 2, 1935, to authorize the acquisition of land on McNeil

Island. (Public Law No. 226, 74th Cong.)-----
Act of August 3, 1935, to amend the Act of May 14, 1930, U.S. prisoners.

Act of August 15, 1935, for the suppression of prostitution in the District

of Columbia. (Public Law No. 276, 74th Cong.)--------------------
Act of August 26, 1935, providing punishment for forging or counterfeiting

any postmarking stamp. (Public Law No. 338, 74th Cong.)----------
Act of August 26, 1935, providing for the punishment for attempts to

obtain mail by fraud or by deception. (Public Law No. 339, 74th
| Cong.)--------
Act of August 26, 1935, providing for punishment for the crime of robbing

or attempting to rob custodians of Government moneys or property.

(Public Law No. 340, 74th Cong.)-------
Act of January 24, 1936, to amend the Act entitled “An Act Forbidding

the Transportation of Any Persons in Interstate or Foreign Commerce,
Kidnaped, or Otherwise Unlawfully Detained.” (Public Law No. 424,
74th Cong.)----------------

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Act of February 8, 1936, to amend the Act of May 18, 1934, providing

punishment for killing or assaulting Federal officers. (Public Law No.

431, 74th Cong.)-------------------------------
Act of February 26, 1936, to define the crime of bribery and to provide for

its punishment. (Public Law No. 454, 74th Cong.) ---
Act of June 16, 1938, to amend the National Firearms Act. (Public Law

No. 651, 75th Cong.)-------
Act of April 16, 1936, to amend section 51 of the Judicial Code. (Public

Law No. 522, 74th Cong.)----------------------------------------
Act of June 5, 1936, to fix the compensation of the Director of the Federal

Bureau of Investigation. (Public Law No. 670, 74th Cong.)----------
Act of June 20, 1936, relating to the admissibility in evidence of certain

writings and records made in the regular course of business. (Public

Law No. 734, 74th Cong.)--------------
Act of June 24, 1936, to define the jurisdiction of the Coast Guard. (Public

Law No. 755, 74th Cong.)---------

Act of June 24, 1936, making it felony to transport in interstate or foreign

commerce persons to be employed to obstruct or interfere with the right

of peaceful picketing during labor controversies. (Public Law No. 776,

74th Cong.)-----
Act of July 13, 1936, to clarify section 104 of the Revised Statutes. (Public

Law No. 849, 74th Cong.)----------------------
Act of June 19, 1937, to provide for the manner of inflicting the punishment

of death. (Public Law No. 156, 76th Cong.)--------
Act of August 24, 1937, to amend the bank-robbery statute to include

burglary and larceny. (Public Law No. 349, 75th Cong.) -----------

Act of February 11, 1938, to authorize certain officers and employees of

Federal penal and correctional institutions to administer oaths. (Public

Law No. 426, 75th Cong.)----------------------------------------

Act of February 28, 1938, to amend the Criminal Code by providing pun-

ishment for impersonation of officers and employees of Government

owned and Government-controlled corporations. (Public Law No. 437,

75th Cong.)-------------

Act of August 24, 1937, to provide for intervention by the United States,

direct appeals to the Supreme Court of the United States, and regulation

of the issuance of injunctions in certain cases involving the constitution-

ality of Acts of Congress. (Public Law No. 352, 75th Cong.) ---------

Act of April 4, 1938, to amend section 35 of the Criminal Code, as amended,

relating to purloining, stealing, or injuring property of the United States.

(Public Law No. 465, 75th Cong.)-----

Act of April 5, 1938, to amend the Act of March 3, 1901, as amended, and

particularly sections 863, 911 and 914. (Public Law No. 466, 75th

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Act of May 24, 1938, to grant relief to persons erroneously convicted in

courts of the United States. (Public Law No. 539, 75th Cong.) -------
Act of June 8, 1938, to require the registration of certain persons employed
by agencies to disseminate propaganda in the United States. (Public

Act of June 10, 1938, to authorize membership on behalf of the United

States in the International Criminal Police Commission. (Public Law

No. 587, 75th Cong.)----

Act of June 16, 1938, to provide for the care and treatment of juvenile

delinquents. (Public Law No. 666, 75th Cong.)----------

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Act of June 29, 1938, to abolish appeals in habeas corpus proceedings

brought to test the validity of orders of removal. (Public Law No. 772,

75th Cong.)----------------

Act of June 29, 1938, to prohibit the transportation of certain persons in

interstate or foreign commerce during labor controversies. (Public Law

No. 779, 75th Cong.)--------

Act of June 16, 1938, to amend the National Firearms Act. (Public Law

No. 651, 75th Cong.)----------

Act of June 30, 1938, to regulate commerce in firearms. (Public Law No.

785, 75th Cong.)------

Act of May 15, 1939, to amend the statutes providing punishment for trans-

mitting threatening communications. (Public Law No. 76, 76th Cong.).

Act of May 22, 1939, to provide that records certified by the Court of

Claims to the Supreme Court, in response to writs of certiorari, may in-

clude material portions of the evidence. (Public Law No. 81, 76th

Cong..........

Act of May 22, 1939, to prohibit reproductions of official badges, identi-

fication cards, and other insignia. (Public Law No. 82, 76th Cong.)---

Act of August 6, 1939, to amend the Federal Firearms Act so as to more

adequately define the term “ammunition" as said term is defined in said

Act. (Public Law No. 298, 76th Cong.)---------------------------

Act of June 13, 1939, to provide for the confiscation of firearms in pos-

session of persons convicted of felony and disposition thereof. (Public

Law No. 121, 76th Cong.)----

Act of August 3, 1939, to amend the National Stolen Property Act. (Public

Law No. 255, 76th Cong.) -----------------

Act of August 4, 1939, to provide that no statute of limitations shall apply

to offenses punishable by death. (Public Law No. 152, 76th Cong.)...

Act of August 5, 1939, to amend section 224 of the Criminal Code as to

penalize the making of false claims for the loss of insured mail matter.

(Public Law No. 265, 76th Cong.) -------------

Act of August 5, 1939, to amend the Criminal Code in regard to obtaining

money by false pretenses on the high seas. (Public Law No. 270, 76th

vong.) ------------------------------------

Act of August 7, 1939, to provide for the administration of the U.S. courts.

(Public Law No. 299, 76th Cong.) -------

Act of August 7, 1939, to amend the Act of June 8, 1938. (Public Law

No. 319, 76th Cong.) ----------

Act of August 7, 1939, to amend section 194 of the Act of March 4, 1909.

(Public Law No. 330, 76th Cong.) -----------------

Act of August 10, 1939, to prohibit the use of the mails for the solicitation

of the procurement of divorces in foreign countries. (Public Law No.

366, 76th Cong.) -------

Act of January 13, 1940, to provide for the protection of witnesses appear-

ing before any department, independent establishment, or other agency

of the United States, or the Congress of the United States. (Public Law

No. 401, 76th Cong.) ---------

Act of March 28, 1940, to amend section 45 of the U.S. Criminal Code to

make it applicable to the outlying possessions of the United States.

(Public Law No. 444, 76th Cong.) --

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Act of April 17, 1940, to amend the Judicial Code with respect to the con-

tinuation of grand juries to finish investigations. (Public Law No. 455,

76th Cong.)----------------------------------------

Act of April 20, 1940, to extend original jurisdiction to district courts in

civil suits between citizens of the District of Columbia, the Territories

of Hawaii or Alaska, and any State or Territory. (Public Law No. 463,

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