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might properly perform in respect of the administration of the immigration laws if assigned to a foreign country as a consular officer, as may be authorized by the Secretary of State.
(4) For the purposes of sections 18 and 20 of the Immigration Act of 1917, as amended, the Philippine Islands shall be considered. to be a foreign country.
(b) The provisions of this section are in addition to the provisions of the immigration laws now in force, and shall be enforced as a part of such laws, and all the penal or other provisions of such laws not inapplicable, shall apply to and be enforced in connection with the provisions of this section. An alien, although admissible under the provisions of this section, shall not be admitted to the United States if he is excluded by any provision of the immigration laws other than this section, and an alien, although admissible under the provisions of the immigration laws other than this section, shall not be admitted to the United States if he is excluded by any provision of this section.
(c) Terms defined in the Immigration Act of 1924 shall, when used in this section, have the meaning assigned to such terms in that Act.
(d) Pending the final and complete withdrawal of the sovereignty of the United States over the Philippine Islands, except as otherwise provided by this Act, citizens and corporations of the Philippine Islands shall enjoy in the United States and all places subject to its jurisdiction all of the rights and privileges which they respectively shall have enjoyed therein under the laws of the United States in force at the time of the inauguration of the Government of the Commonwealth of the Philippine Islands." Stat. 453, 462, 463; 53 Stat. 1230; 48 U. S. C. 1232, 1238.)
FEE FOR REGISTRY
[Act of April 19, 1934 (48 Stat. 598), amending subd. (b), sec. 1, Act of March 2, 1929 (8 U. S. C. 106a), see p. 92.]
PUNISHMENT FOR KILLING OR ASSAULTING FEDERAL OFFICERS
Act approved May 18, 1934, as amended
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That whoever shall kill, as defined in sections 273 and 274 of the Criminal Code, any United States marshal or deputy United States marshal or person employed to assist a United States marshal or deputy United States marshal, any officer or employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the Department of Justice, post-office inspector, Secret Service operative, any officer or enlisted man of the Coast Guard, any employee of any United States penal or correctional institution, any officer, employee, agent, or other person in the service of the customs or of the internal revenue, any immigrant inspector or any immigration patrol inspector, any officer or employee of the Department of Agriculture or of the Department of the Interior designated by the Secretary of Agri
sa Section 2 of the Act of August 7, 1939 (53 Stat. 1230; 48 U. S. C. 1238). Section 8 of the Act of March 24, 1934 (48 Stat. 462-463; 48 U. S. C. 1238), was amended by adding subdivision (d) at the end thereof. For emigration of Filipinos from the United States, see Act of June 27, 1939, as amended, p. 104.
culture or the Secretary of the Interior to enforce any Act of Congress for the protection, preservation, or restoration of game and other wild birds and animals, any officer or employee of the National Park Service, any officer or employee of, or assigned to duty in, the field service of the Division of Grazing of the Department of the Interior, or any officer or employee of the Indian field service of the United States, while engaged in the performance of his official duties, or on account of the performance of his official duties, shall be punished as provided under section 275 of the Criminal Code.
SEC. 2. Whoever shall forcibly resist, oppose, impede, intimidate, or interfere with any person designated in section 1 hereof while engaged in the performance of his official duties, or shall assault him on account of the performance of his official duties, shall be fined not more than $5,000, or imprisoned not more than three years, or both; and whoever, in the commission of any of the acts described in this section, shall use a deadly or dangerous weapon shall be fined not more than $10,000, or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.54 (48 Stat. 780; 49 Stat. 1105, 1940; 54 Stat. 391; 18 U. S. C. 253.)
RELATING TO THE RECORD OF REGISTRY OF CERTAIN ALIENS [Act of June 8, 1934 (48 Stat. 926), amending subd. (a), sec. 1, Act of March 2, 1929 (8 U. S. C. 106a), see p. 93.]
THE ESTABLISHMENT, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF FOREIGN-TRADE ZONES. IN FORTS OF ENTRY OF THE UNITED STATES, TO EXPEDITE AND ENCOURAGE FOREIGN COMMERCE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
Act approved June 18, 1934
COOPERATION OF BOARD WITH LOCAL AND FEDERAL AGENCIES
SEC. 9. The Board shall cooperate with the State, subdivision, and municipality in which the zone is located in the exercise of their police, sanitary, and other powers in and in connection with the free zone. It shall also cooperate with the United States Customs Service, the Post Office Department, the Public Health Service, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and such other Federal agencies as have jurisdiction in ports of entry described in section 2. (48 Stat. 1000; 19 U. S. C. 81i.)
AIRMAN TO INCLUDE PERSON IN CHARGE OF PARACHUTE INSPECTION
[Act of June 19, 1984 (48 Stat. 1115-1116), amending sec. 9 and subd. (b) sec. 11, Act of May 20, 1926 (49 U. S. C. 179, 181 (b)), incorporated at pp. 89 and 90.]
54 Act of June 13, 1940 (54 Stat. 391; 18 U. S. C. 253). This Act and the following Acts amended sec. 1, Act of May 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 780; 18 U. S. C. 253), without relation to officers of the Immigration and Naturalization Service: Act of February 8, 1936 (49 Stat. 1105; 18 U. S. C. 253), and the Act of June 26, 1936 (49 Stat. 1940; 18 U. S. C. 253). See also sec. 16, Act of Feb. 5, 1917 (39 Stat. 885-887; 8 U. S. C. 152), p. 17, for other penalties for interfering with an officer or employee of the Immigration and Naturalization Service in the performance of duty.
TO PROVIDE MEANS BY WHICH CERTAIN FILIPINOS CAN
[Act of July 10, 1935 (49 Stat. 478-479), amended by the Acts of June 4, 1936 (49 Stat. 1462), May 14, 1937 (50 Stat. 165), and superseded by the Act of July 27, 1939 (48 U. S. C. 1251–1257), incorporated at p. 105.]
PROVIDING PUNISHMENT FOR KILLING OR ASSAULTING
[Act of February 8, 1936 (49 Stat. 1105), amending sec. 1, Act of May 18, 1934 (18 U. S. C. 253), see p. 101.]
ACT TO PROVIDE MEANS BY WHICH CERTAIN FILIPINOS CAN EMIGRATE FROM THE UNITED STATES
[Act of June 4, 1936 (49 Stat. 1462), amending sec. 6, Act of July 10, 1935 (48 U, S. C. 1256), which has been superseded by the Act of July 27, 1939, p. 105.1
ACT TO REORGANIZE THE COURTS IN THE DISTRICT OF
[Act of June 25, 1936 (49 Stat. 1921), amending Act of March 2, 1929 (24 U. S. C. 196a), incorporated at p. 93.1
ACT TO PROVIDE PUNISHMENT FOR KILLING OR ASSAULTING FEDERAL OFFICERS
[Act of June 26, 1936 (49 Stat. 1940), amending sec. 1, Act of May 18, 1934 18 U. S. C. 253), see p. 101.]
REMOVAL AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE OF CERTAIN ALIENS WHO FALL INTO DISTRESS
[Act of May 14, 1937 (50 Stat. 164), amending sec. 23, Act of February 5, 1917 (2 U. S. C. 102, incorporated at p. 28.]
RESTRICTIONS ON NONQUOTA AND PREFERENCE-QUOTA IMMIGRANTS; IMMIGRANTS EXCEPTED FROM EXCLUSION FROM UNITED STATES; DEPORTATION OF ALIENS FOR OBTAINING VISAS THROUGH FRAUDULENT MARRIAGE
Act approved May 14, 1937
SEC. 1. [Amends subd. (f), sec. 9, Act of May 26, 1924 (43 Stat. 158; 8 U. S. C. 209 (f)), p. 47.]
SEC. 2. [Amends subd. (a), sec. 13, Act of May 26, 1924 (43 Stat. 161; 8 U. S. C. 213 (a)), p. 52.]
DEPORTATION OF ALIENS WHO HAVE OBTAINED VISAS THROUGH FRAUD BY CONTRACTING MARRIAGE SOLELY FOR THAT PURPOSE
SEC. 3. That any alien who at any time after entering the United States is found to have secured either non-quota or preferencequota visa through fraud, by contracting a marriage which, subsequent to entry into the United States, has been judicially annulled retroactively to date of marriage, shall be taken into custody and deported pursuant to the provisions of section 14 of the Immigration Act of 1924 on the ground that at time of entry he was not entitled to admission on the visa presented upon arrival in the United States. This section shall be effective whether entry was made before or after the enactment of this Act.
When it appears that the immigrant fails or refuses to fulfill his promises for a marital agreement made to procure his entry as an immigrant he then becomes immediately subject to deportation. (50 Stat. 164-165; 8 U. S. C. 213 (a).)
TO EXTEND THE TIME FOR APPLYING FOR AND RECEIVING BENEFITS UNDER THE ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT TO PROVIDE MEANS BY WHICH CERTAIN FILIPINOS CAN EMIGRATE FROM THE UNITED STATES"
[Act of May 14, 1937 (50 Stat. 165), amending the Act of July 10, 1935 (48 U. S. C. 1251-1257), which was superseded by the Act of July 27, 1939, p. 105.1
PENALTIES UNDER AIR COMMERCE ACT
[Act of June 23, 1938 (52 Stat. 1028-1029), amending subd. (f), sec. 9 and subd. (b), sec. 11, Act of May 20, 1926 (49 Stat. U. S. C. 179, 181 (b)), incorporated at pp. 89 and 90.]
EMIGRATION OF FILIPINOS FROM THE UNITED STATES
Act approved July 27, 1939, as amended
RETURN TO PHILIPPINES AT EXPENSE OF UNITED STATES
Be it cnacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That any native Filipino residing in any State or Territory or the District of Columbia on the effective date of this Act, who desires to return to the Philippine Islands, may apply to the Attorney General, upon such form as the Attorney General may prescribe, through any officer of the Immigration and Naturalization Service for the benefits of this Act. Upon approval of such application, the Attorney General shall notify such Filipino forthwith, and shall certify to the Secretary of the Navy and the Secretary of War that such Filipino is eligible to be returned to the Philippine Islands under the terms of this Act. Every Filipino who is so certified shall be entitled, at the expense of the United States, to transportation and maintenance from his present residence to a port on the west coast of the United States, or in the case of a Filipino residing in Hawaii, to a port in that Territory, and from such port, to passage and maintenance to the port of Manila, Philippine Islands, on either Navy or Army transports, whenever space on such transports is available, or on any ship of United States registry operated by a commercial steamship company which has a contract with the Attorney General as provided in section 2. (53 Stat. 1133; 48 U.S. C. 1251.)
CONTRACTS FOR TRANSPORTATION AUTHORIZED
SEC. 2. The Attorney General is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contracts with any railroad or other transportation company, for the transportation from their present residences to a port on the west coast of the United States or, in the cases of residents of Hawaii, to a port in that Territory, of Filipinos eligible under section 1 to receive such transportation, and with any commercial steamship company, controlled by citizens of the United States and operating ships under United States registry, for transportation and maintenance of such Filipinos from such ports to the port of Manila, Philippine Islands, at such rates as may be agreed upon between the Attorney General and such steamship,
railroad, or other transportation company. (53 Stat. 1133; 48 U.S. C. 1252.)
RULES AND REGULATIONS; COOPERATION WITH SECRETARIES OF WAR AND NAVY
SEC. 3. The Attorney General is authorized and directed to prescribe such rules and regulations as may be necessary to carry out this Act, to enter into the necessary arrangements with the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy, to fix the ports on the west coast of the United States and in Hawaii from which any Filipinos shall be transported and the dates upon which transportation shall be available from such ports, to provide for the identification of the Filipinos entitled to the benefits of this Act, and to prevent voluntary interruption of the journey between the port of embarkation in the United States or Hawaii and the port of Manila, Philippine Islands. (53 Stat. 1133; 48 U. S. C. 1253.'
RETURN TO UNITED STATES AS QUOTA IMMIGRANT
SEC. 4. No Filipino who receives the benefits of this Act shall be entitled to return to the United States, its Territories or possessions, except as a quota immigrant under the provisions of section 8 (a) (1) of the Philippine Independence Act of March 24, 1934, during the period such section 8 (a) (1) is applicable. (53 Stat. 1134; 48 U. S. C. 1254.)
SEC. 5. There is hereby authorized to be appropriated from moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, amounts necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act. All amounts so appropriated shall be administered by the Attorney General, and all expenses, including those incurred by the Navy and War Departments, shall be charged thereto. (53 Stat. 1134; 48 U. S. C. 1255.)
TIME LIMIT FOR APPLICATIONS
SEC. 6. No application for the benefits of this Act shall be accepted by any officer of the Immigration and Naturalization Service after December 1, 1940; and all benefits under this Act shall finally terminate on December 31, 1940, unless the journey has been started on or before that date, in which case the journey to Manila shall be completed. (53 Stat. 1134; 48 U. S. C. 1256.)
DEPORTATION UNAUTHORIZED; RETURN NOT DEEMED DEPORTATION
SEC. 7. Nothing in this Act shall be construed as authority to deport any native of the Philippine Islands, and no Filipino removed from any State or Territory or the District of Columbia under the provisions of this Act shall hereafter be held to have been deported from the United States.55 (53 Stat. 1134; 48 U. S. C 1257.)
Act of July 27, 1939 (53 Stat. 1123-1134; 48 U. S. C. 1251-1257). This Act supersedes the Act of July 10, 1935 (49 Stat. 478-479), as amended by the Acts of June 4, 1936 (49 Stat. 1462), and May 14, 1937 (50 Stat. 165). The text of the Act of July 27, 1939, is identical to that of the Act of July 10, 1935. with the exception of the date of termination. For Philippine Independence Act of March 24, 1934, see p. 101.