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such period begins before or after his departure from the United States) the alien has established to the satisfaction of the Secretary of Labor that his absence from the United States for such period is to be on behalf of such Government, or for the purpose of carrying on scientific research on behalf of such institution, or to be engaged in the development of such foreign trade and commerce or whose residence abroad is necessary to the protection of the property rights in such countries of such firm or corporation, and (2) such alien proves to the satisfaction of the court that his absence from the United States for such period has been for such purpose."

SEO. 2. No period of residence outside the United States during the five years immediately preceding the enactment of this Act shall be held to have broken the continuity of residence required by the naturalization laws if the alien proves to the satisfaction of the Secretary of Labor and the court that during all such period of absence he has been under employment by, or contract with, the United States, or such American institution of research, or American firm or corporation, described in section 1 hereof, and has been carrying on the activities described in this Act in their behalf (49 Stat. 1925; U. S. C., supp. IV, title 8, sec. 382a).

Law of August 19, 1937 That, notwithstanding the language contained in the second proviso on page 6 of the Act of July 1, 1937 (Public, Numbered 176, Seventy-fifth Congress, first session), or any other Act, during the three-year period following the enactment of this Act, enlisted personnel of the Army who have legally declared their intention to become citizens, or who do so during their current enlistment, or who have been discharged from the Army since July 1, 1937, and who also agree to complete expeditiously their naturalization and become citizens of the United States may be reenlisted and receive the pay to which, except for the aforesaid proviso, they would otherwise be legally entitled : Provided, That Filipinos who were serving in the Army on July 1, 1937, may be reenlisted without regard to their citizenship status, and receive the pay to which otherwise legally entitled (50 Stat. 696 ; Pub., No. 317, 75th Cong., ch. 698, 1st sess.).

EXECUTIVE ORDERS

EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 6115 OF APRIL 25, 1933

REVISION AND CODIFICATION OF THE NATIONALITY LAWS OF THE

UNITED STATES

The Secretary of State, the Attorney General, and the Secretary of Labor are designated a committee to review the nationality laws of the United States, to recommend revisions, particularly with reference to the removal of certain existing discriminations, and to codify those laws into one comprehensive nationality law for submission to the Congress at the next session.

EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 6166 OF JUNE 10, 1933

ORGANIZATION OF EXECUTIVE AGENCIES

SEC. 14. The Bureaus of Immigration and of Naturalization of the Department of Labor are consolidated as an Immigration and Nat

* This proviso reads as follows:

"Provided further, That no part of this or any other appropriation contained in this Act shall be available for the pay of any person, civil or military, not a citizen of the United States, unless in the employ of the Government or in a pay status under appropriations carried in this Act on July 1, 1937, nor for the pay of any such person beyond the period of enlistment or termination of employment, but nothing herein shall be construed as applying to instructors of foreign languages at the Military Academy, or to Filipinos in the Army Transport Service, or to persons employed outside of the continental limits of the United States except enlisted men of the Regular Army, other than Philippine Scouts, upon expiration of enlistment" (50 Stat. 442).

uralization Service of the Department of Labor, at the head of which shall be a Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization.

Sec. 22. In accordance with law, this order shall become effective 61 days from its date: Provided, That in case it shall appear to the President that the interests of economy require that any transfer, consolidation, or elimination be delayed beyond the date this order becomes effective, he may, in his discretion, fix a later date therefor, and he may for like cause further defer such date from time to time (5 U. Š. C. 132).

INDEX

Page

A
Absence from l'nited States:
Eligibility for naturalization affected by -

4, 5, 69–73, 78-100,
102–108, 210-216, 306-308, 325, 337, 342, 408, 436-439, 526, 527
Employee of American firm or corporation in development of foreign
trade, research, stationed abroad.

5,
69–73, 84–87, 210, 211, 309, 310, 337, 437, 438, 440, 526, 527, 595
Employee of United States Government stationed abroad.

5,
69–73, 210, 211, 212, 309, 310, 337, 437, 438, 440, 527, 595
Acts of Congress, cited or text of:
February 10, 1855..

613
March 3, 1865.

615
April 9, 1866.

519, 614
July 27, 1868.

616
May 6, 1882-

524, 642
February 8, 1887.

520
August 9, 1888.

520
April 12, 1900.

623
April 30, 1900

519, 618, 642
March 3, 1901.

520
July 1, 1902..

643
May 8, 1906.

520
June 29, 1906_ 26, 100, 215, 233, 433, 516, 518, 523-530, 538–539, 541-553,

558–561, 563–571, 573–576, 578, 579, 585–588, 593, 598, 643–659
March 2, 1907-

27, 36, 38, 129, 130, 134, 135, 139, 148-150, 168,
174, 175, 192, 196, 233, 518, 533, 590, 593–596, 616, 617, 659, 660
March 4, 1909:

577, 579–584, 586, 660, 661
May 27, 1910.

661
June 25, 1910.-

574, 575, 661, 662
March 3, 1911.

662
March 23, 1912.

662
August 22, 1912.

526, 591, 662
August 24, 1912.

663
March 4, 1913.

546, 663
June 23, 1913.

663
August 11, 1916.

663
August 29, 1916.

664
March 2, 1917.

9, 103, 520, 522, 523, 540, 623, 664, 665
June 12, 1917--

574, 665
October 6, 1917.

576, 586, 665
May 9, 1918..

524, 528, 529, 543,
545, 546, 547, 553, 555, 563, 565, 566, 569, 575, 576, 587, 665–670
July 9, 1918.

670
August 31, 1918-

670
February 26, 1919.

571, 572, 670, 671
November 6, 1919.

520, 671
February 11, 1921.

571, 671
March 3, 1921.

520
March 4, 1921.

572, 672
June 10, 1921..

573, 672
September 22, 1922

78,
87, 94–96, 262–264, 301, 524, 525, 531-533, 535, 595, 596, 672, 673
May 26, 1924.

148, 323
June 2, 1924.

66, 520, 614, 673
June 4, 1924.

520, 673
May 25, 1926.

674
May 26, 1926.

570, 674
June 8, 1926.

559, 674, 675

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Acts of Congress, cited or text of—Continued

Page
February 25, 1927.

519, 524, 614, 625, 675, 676
March 4, 1927

9, 103, 540, 623, 675, 676
December 27, 1927.

587
January 25, 1929

520, 614, 676
March 2, 1929

526-530, 542, 546,
547, 550, 551, 558, 563, 567, 568, 570, 573, 575, 577, 585, 589, 676
March 4, 1929.

552, 553, 680
March 9, 1929

598
April 12, 1930

519
June 19, 1930

520, 614, 680
June 21, 1930

568, 570, 586, 680, 681
July 3, 1930.

535, 595, 681
February 11, 1931

681
March 3, 1931

530, 535, 558, 560, 595, 681, 682
May 25, 1932

529, 538, 542, 549, 551, 569, 577, 682-684
June 28, 1932

625, 684
July 2, 1932

595, 618, 684
March 3, 1933.

684, 685
March 24, 1934.

622, 686, 687
April 19, 1934.

569, 570, 575, 687, 688
May 7, 1934.

520, 615, 617, 688
May 24, 1934.

!

39-41,
57, 60, 78–80, 88, 90, 91, 124, 521, 522, 531, 533, 590, 616, 688, 689
June 27, 1934.

520, 522, 536, 540, 614, 624, 689
June 24, 1935.

65, 544, 570, 689, 690
June 25, 1936

527, 536, 690, 691
August 4, 1937.

626
August 19, 1937

691
May 16, 1938.

624
June 29, 1938.

86
July 3, 1939.

596
Cable Act. (See Act of September 22, 1922.)
Acts of Congress repealed.

26–28, 233-235, 360, 361, 598-601
Adopted child: (See also Children, citizenship of.)
Deprivation of citizenship of...

92-94
Alien enemy. (See Enemy aliens.)
Allen, A. Leonard (Member of Congress, Louisiana) -

II, 326, 362
Anarchists. (See Naturalization, classes ineligible for.)
Austin, Albert E. (Member of Congress, Connecticut).

261–265, 268, 270-276, 280, 281, 297–305, 307, 308, 325–332

IL,

В.
Bernstein, Ruth Z.

392
Bills, cited or text of:
H. J. Res. 551.

377
H. R. 2176

186
H. R. 5138.

377, 378
H. R. 5643.

379
H. R. 6127..

1-28, 32, 35, 203, 207-235, 239,
240, 261, 287-290, 297, 321, 366-371, 373–376, 381-392, 400-403
H. R. 6724.

378
H. R. 8310.

282
H. R. 9766.

379
H. R. 9774.

378
H, R. 9980.

333-362, 373
H. R. 10094.

378
S. 410.

379
S. 3201

379
S. 3730

379
S. 4223.

378
S. 4263..

377
Butler, B. W., Department of Justice --

38,
55, 58-60, 70, 71, 77, 82, 89, 90, 99, 101, 104, 109, 110, 120, 128,
131, 147-149, 151-153, 156, 160, 161, 163, 164, 167, 169, 170, 175,

178, 186, 187, 191, 193, 196, 200, 202-205, 294.
Butler, Henry F.

158–165, 167, 172, 182, 183, 185, 187, 188, 239,
278–281, 283–290, 313, 380, 381-392, 400-403

С
Cases cited:

Page
Allen v. United States -

482
American Insurance Company v. Canter..

428
Balzac v: Porto Rico..

425
Bohn, Jacob.

174, 250
Boyd v. Thayer-

415, 428
Bridges case.

124, 125
Camardo v. Tillinghast-

136, 494, 505, 617
Carlisle v. United States -

412
Chinberry case

90
Chin Yow v. United States -

504
Chin King ex parte..

289
Comitis v. Parkerson..

492
De Lima v. Bidwell -

413
Dorr v. United States..

424
Downes v. Bidwell-

413, 423
Dred Scott case-

382
Elg case (Perkins v. Elg) -

51,
53, 97, 99, 130, 138, 157, 160, 173–175, 182–184, 192–198, 249-
251, 254, 256, 265–268, 270, 272, 275, 276, 278, 279, 284, 289, 372,

387, 388, 390, 396, 400.
Elk v. Wilkins

419
Ex parte Gilroy-

493
Fowler v. Fowler.-

431
Go Julian v. Government of the Philippine Islands

425
Gonzales v. Williams-

413
Haw v. Collector of Customs..

425
Hawaii v. Maukichi..

618
Huber v. Reilly-

492
In re Lazarus.

445
In re Minook.

420
In re Tartaglione-

441
Inglis v. Trustee of Sailors Snug Harbor.

382, 489
Kurtz v. Moffitt-

492
Ludlam y. Ludlam -

422, 492
Luria v. United States.

.470, 471
Lynch v. Clarke.

418
McIlvaine v. Coxe's Lessee.

428
Mackenzie v. Hare..

164, 382, 492
Masson v. Mexico.

428
Miller v. Miller.

431
Miller v. Sinjen.

136, 494
Minor v. Happersett---

412, 414, 422, 424, 428
Munoz v. Collector of Customs

425
Ng Fung Ho...

505
Rassmussen v. United States..

419
Rosenberg v. United States ..

448
Ross v. Řoss ---

431
Shanks v. Dupont.

428
Nurge v. Miller

136, 494
Osborne v. Bank

414
Passenger cases--

503
Perkins v. Elg. (See the Elg case.)
State of Vermont er rel Phelps v. Jackson..

493
Steinkauler case

151, 152, 249
Sweeney v. District of Columbia-

371
The Santissima Trinidad.

492
Talbot v. Jansen.-

412, 492
The Exchange

429
Tobiassen case 97, 98, 160, 196, 197, 203, 254–256, 274, 278, 279, 284, 448
Toyota v. United States .

450
United States ex rel. Baglivo v. Day--

289, 493
United States ex rel. Bilokumsky v. Tod--

505
United States v. Balestra...

442
United States v. Bradley-

442
United States v. Eliasen.

136, 494
United States v. Ginsberg--

465

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