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DEPORTATION OF ALIENS
M. l. Congress SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE
UNITED STATES SENATE
APRIL 27, 29, AND 30, 1937
WASHINGTON : 1937
COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION
RICHARD B. RUSSELL, JR., Georgia, Chairman WILLIAM H. KING, Utah
HIRAM W.JOHNSON, California ROYAL S. COPELAND, New York
WARREN R. AUSTIN, Vermont. GEORGE MCGILL, Kansas
ARTHUR CAPPER, Kansas
HENRIK SHIPSTEAD, Minnesota
JOSEPH J. CHAPPELL, Clerk
SUBCOMMITTEE ON S. 1363, S. 1364, S. 1365, AND S. 1366
LEWIS B. SCHWELLENBACH
WARREN R. AUSTIN
A. HARRY MOORE
DEPORTATION OF ALIENS
TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1937
UNITED STATES SENATE,
Washington, D. C. The subcommittee met, in the committee room, room 412, Senate Office Building, at 10 a. m., Senator Lewis B. Schwellenbach (chairman of subcommittee) presiding.
Present: Senator Schwellenbach (chairman).
Present also: Hon. Robert R. Reynolds, a Senator from the State of North Carolina.
Senator SCHWELLENBACH. Since this meeting was called, Senator Moore, a member of the subcommittee, was appointed on a committee to attend the funeral of Senator Bachman; and Senator Austin, the other member of the subcommittee, is a member of the Judiciary Committee, which is holding its first executive meeting this morning on the Supreme Court bisl. If you have no objection, Senator Reynolds, I will proceed in the absence of the other members of the subcommittee. Perhaps they may come in later.
Senator REYNOLDS. That is perfectly all right, Mr. Chairman.
Senator SCHWELLENBACH. We have before us four bills, S. 1363, S. 1364, S. 1365, and S. 1366. I want to insert in the record first S. 1363, with the report which the Secretary of Labor has made on it; then following S. 1364, with the report of the Secretary of Labor thereon; then S. 1365, also with the report of the Secretary of Labor thereon; and S. 1366, with the report which the Secretary of Labor has made on the bill.
(Said S. 1363, S. 1364, S. 1365, and S. 1366, with the reports of the Secretary of Labor upon each of said bills, are here set forth in full, as follows:)
[S. 1363, 75th Cong., 1st sess.) A BILL To provide for the deportation of aliens inimical to the public interest and aliens on relief Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That any alien or group of aliens whose presence in the United States is proclaimed by the President to be inimical to the public interest shall upon warrant of the Secretary of Labor be taken into custody and deported forthwith.
SEC. 2. The Secretary of Labor shall take into custody all aliens who have subsisted upon public or private relief for a period of six months after the enactment of this Act and deport them forth with to the country of their origin: Provided, however, That if any alien desires to leave voluntarily for the country of his origin, or for another country, the Secretary of Labor is authorized to facilitate such voluntary departure.