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“(b) The term 'United States,' when used in a geographical sense, includes the several States and Territories, and the District of Columbia;' (35 Stat. 614; 42 Stat. 596; 21 U.S. C. 171.)

“Sec. 2. (c) That if any person fraudulently or knowingly imports or brings any narcotic drug into the United States or any territory under its control or jurisdiction, contrary to law, or assists in so doing, or receives, conceals, buys, sells, or in any manner facilitates the transportation, concealment, or sale of any such narcotic drug after being imported or brought in, knowing the same to have been imported contrary to law, such person shall upon conviction be fined not more than $5,000 and imprisoned for not more than ten years. (35 Stat. 614; 42 Stat. 596; 21 U. S. C. 174.)

(e) Any alien who at any time after his entry is convicted under subdivision (c) shall, upon the termination of the imprisonment imposed by the court upon such conviction and upon warrant issued by the Attorney General, be taken into custody and deported in accordance with the provisions of sections 19 and 20 of the Act of February 5, 1917, entitled 'An Act to regulate the immigration of aliens to, and the residence of aliens in, the United States,' or provisions of law hereafter enacted which are amendatory of, or in substitution for, such sections." (35 Stat. 614; 42 Stat. 597; 21 U.S. C. 175.) OUTWARD ALIEN MANIFESTS ON VESSELS BOUND TO CANADA

OR MEXICO Act approved March 4, 1909, as amended by the Act of May 26, 1922 SECTION 1. That until the provisions of section twelve of the Immigration Act of February twentieth, nineteen hundred and seven, relating to outward alien manifests, shall be made applicable to passengers going out of the United States to Canada by land carriage, said provisions shall not apply to passengers going by vessels employed exclusively in the trade between the ports of the United States and the Dominion of Canada and the Republic of Mexico. (35 Stat. 1060.)

* Subdivisions (a) and (b) of sec. 1, Act of May 26, 1922 (42 Stat. 596 ; 21 U. S. C. 171). Prior thereto, sec. 1, Act of February 9. 1909 (35 Stat. 614), read as follows: "That after the first day of April, nineteen bundred and nine, it shall be uplawful to import into the United States opium in any form or any preparation or derivative thereot: Provided, That opium and preparations and derivatives thereof, other than smoking opium or opium prepared for smoking, may be imported for medicinal purposes only, under regulations which the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to prescribe, and wben so imported shall be subject to the duties which are now or may bereafter be imposed by law."

Subdivisions (c) and (e) of sec. 2, Act of May 28, 1922 (42 Stat. 596 ; 21 U, S. C. 174–175). Prior thereto, sec. 2, Act of February 9. 1009 (35 Stat. 614). read as follows : "That If any person sball fraudulently or knowingly import or bring into the United States or assist in so doing, any opium or any preparation or derivative thereof contrary to low, or shall receive, conceal, buy, sell, or in any manner facilitate the transportation, concealment, or sale of such oplum or preparation or derivative thereof after importation, knowing the same to have been imported contrary to law, such opium or preparation or derivative thereof shall be forfeited and sball be destroyed, and the offender shall be Oned in any sum not exceeding Alve thousand dollars nor less than Afty dollars, or by imnrisonment for any time pot exceeding two years, or both. Whenever. on trial for a violation of this section, the defendant is shown to bave, or to have had, possession of such opium or preparation or derivative thereof, Bucb possession shall be deemed suficient evidence to authorize conviction unless the defendant shall explain the possession to the satisfaction of the jury."

For other provisions for outward manifests see sec. 12, Act of Feb. 8, 1917, p. 13.

HEAD TAX ON ALIENS AND OTHER MONEYS COVERED INTO THE

TREASURY

Act approved March 4, 1909 Seo. 1.

Provided further, That on and after July first, nineteen hundred and nine, all head tax collected pursuant to the provisions of section one of the said Act of February twentieth, nineteen hundred and seven, together with all fines, rentals collected, and moneys received from other sources under the laws regulating the immigration of aliens into the United States, shall be covered into the Treasury to the credit of miscellaneous receipts.10 (35 Stat. 982; 8 U. Š. C. 133.)

OFFENSES AGAINST THE OPERATIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT

Act approved March 4, 1909

MAKING, FORGING, COUNTERFEITING, OR ALTERING BONDS, BIDS, OR

PUBLIC RECORDS; TRANSMITTING SUCH PAPERS SEO. 28. Whoever shall falsely make, alter, forge, or counterfeit, or cause or procure to be falsely made, altered, forged, or counterfeited, or willingly aid, or assist in the false making, altering, forging, or counterfeiting, any bond, bid, proposal, contract, guarantee, security, official bond, public record, affidavit, or other writing for the purpose of defrauding the United States; or shall utter or publish as true, or cause to be uttered or published as true, or have in his possession with the intent to utter or publish as true, any such false, forged, altered, or counterfeited bond, bid, proposal, contract, guarantee, security, official bond, public record, affidavit, or other writing, for the purpose of defrauding the United States, knowing the same to be false, forged, altered, or counterfeited; or shall transmit to, or present at, or cause or procure to be transmitted to, or presented at, the office of any officer of the United States, any such false, forged, altered, or counterfeited bond, bid, proposal, contract, guarantee, security, official bond, public record, affidavit, or other writing, knowing the same to be false, forged, altered, or counterfeited, for the purpose of defrauding the United States, shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars, or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both. (35 Stat. 1094; 18 U.S. C. 72.)

PRESENTING FALSE CLAIMS; CONCEALING MATERIAL FACT: FALSE STATE MENTS OR REPRESENTATION; CONSPIRING TO DEFRAUD THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES; PENALTY

Sec. 35. (A) Whoever shall make or cause to be made or present or cause to be presented, for payment or approval, to or by any person or officer in the civil, military, or naval service of the United States, or any department thereof, or any corporation in which the United States of America is a stockholder, any claim upon or against the Government of the United States, or any department or officer thereof, or any corporation in which the United States of America is a stockholder, knowing such claim to be false, fictitious, or fraudulent; or whoever shall knowingly and willfully falsify or conceal or cover up by any trick, scheme, or devise a material fact, or make or cause to be made any false or fraudulent statements or representations, or make or use or cause to be made or used any false bill, receipt, voucher, roll, account, claim, certificate, affidavit, or deposition, knowing the same to contain any fraudulent or fictitious statement or entry in any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or of any corporation in which the United States of America is a stockholder; or whoever shall enter into any agreement, combination, or conspiracy to defraud the Government of the United States, or any department or officer thereof, or any corporation in which the United States of America is a stockholder, by obtaining or aiding to obtain the payment or allowance of any false or fraudulent claim; and whoever, having charge, possession, custody, or control of any money or other public property used or to be used in the military or naval service, with intent to defraud the United States, or any department thereof, or any corporation in which the United States of America is a stockholder, or willfully to conceal such money or other property, shall deliver or cause to be delivered to any person having authority to receive the same any amount of such money or other property less than that for which he received a certificate or took a receipt; or whoever, being authorized to make or deliver any certificate, voucher, receipt, or other paper certifying the receipt of arms, ammunition, provisions, clothing, or other property so used or to be used, shall make or deliver the same to any other person without a full knowledge of the truth of the facts stated therein and with intent to defraud the United States, or any department thereof, or any corporation in which the United States of America is a stockholder, shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both. (R. S. $ 5438; 35 Stat. 555; 35 Stat. 1095; 40 Stat. 1015; 48 Stat. 996; 52 Stat. 197; 18 U.S. C. 80.)

10 See also Act of March 4, 1911 (36 Stat. 1442; 8 U. S. C. 178), p. 74, for disposition of moneys received or paid for expenses of detained aliens. For provisions relating to head tax, see sec. 2, Act of Feb. 5, 1917, p. 2, sec. 16, Act of May 31, 1870, p. 18, and Act of Feb. 3, 1905, p. 65.

CONSPIRING TO COMMIT OFFENSE AGAINST UNITED STATES Sec. 37. If two or more persons conspire either to commit any offense against the United States, or to defraud the United States in any manner or for any purpose, and one or more of such parties do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy, each of the parties to such conspiracy shall be fined not more than ten thousand dollars, or imprisoned not more than two years, or both. (35 Stat. 1096; 18 U.S. C. 88.)

BRIBERY OF UNITED STATES OFFICER Sec. 39. Whoever shall promise, offer, or give, or cause or procure to be promised, offered, or given, any money or other thing of value, or shall make or tender any contract, undertaking, obligation, gratuity, or security for the payment of money, or for the delivery or conveyance of anything of value, to any officer of the United States, or to any person acting for or on behalf of the United States in any official function, under or by authority of any department or office of the Government thereof, or to any officer or person acting for or on behalf of either House of Congress, or of uny committee of either House, or both Houses thereof, with intent to influence his decision or action on any question, matter, cause, or proceeding which may at any time be pending, or which may' by law be brought before him in his official capacity, or in his place of trust or profit, or with intent to influence him to commit or aid in committing, or to collude in, or allow, any fraud, or make opportunity for the commission of any fraud, on the United States, or to induce him to do or omit to do any act in violation of his lawful duty, shall be fined not more than three times the amount of money or value of the thing so offered, promised, given, made, or tendered, or caused or procured to be so offered, promised, given, made, or tendered, and imprisoned not more than three years. (35 Stat. 1096; 18 U. S. C. 91.)

PERJURY DEFINED; PUNISHMENT FOR Sec. 125. Whoever, having taken an oath before a competent tribunal, officer, or person, in any case in which a law of the United States authorizes an oath to be administered, that he will testify, declare, depose, or certify truly, or that any written testimony, declaration, deposition, or certificate by him subscribed, is true, shall willfully and contrary to such oath state or subscribe any material matter which he does not believe to be true, is guilty of perjury, and shall be fined not more than two thousand dollars and imprisoned not more than five years. (35 Stat. 1111; 18 U.S. C. 231.)

PAROLE OF UNITED STATES PRISONERS

Act approved June 25, 1910, as amended Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section 3 of the Act of June 25, 1910 (chapter 387, Thirty-sixth Statutes, page 819; title 18, section 716, United States Code), be amended by adding at the end thereof the following: “Provided, That where a Federal prisoner is an alien and subject to deportation the board of parole may authorize the release of such prisoner after he shall have become eligible for parole on condition that he be deported and remain outside of the United States and all places subject to its jurisdiction, and upon such parole becoming effective said prisoner shall be delivered to the duly authorized immigration official for deportation.” 11 (36 Stat. 819; 46 Stat. 1469; 18 U.S. C. 716.)

11 Act of March 2, 1931 (46 Stat. 1469; 18 U. 8. C. 716). Prior thereto, the Act of June 23, 1910 (36 Stat. 819 ; 18 U. S. C. 116), did not contain the proviso here quoted.

For deportation of an allen released from prison see sec. 3, Act of March 4, 1923 (45 Stat. 1652; 8 U. 8. C. 180b), p. 94.

THE WHITE-SLAVE TRAFFIC ACT

WHITE-SLAVE TRAFFIC TERMS DEFINED

Act approved June 25, 1910 SECTION 1. That the term "interstate commerce," as used in this Act, shall include transportation from any State or Territory or the District of Columbia to any other State or Territory or the District of Columbia, and the term “foreign commerce," as used in this Act, shall include transportation from any State or Territory or the District of Columbia to any foreign country and from any foreign country to any State or Territory or the District of Columbia. (36 Stat. 825; 18 U. S. C. 397.) TRANSPORTATION OF WOMAN OR GIRL FOR IMMORAL PURPOSES OR

PROCURING TICKET SEC. 2. That any person who shall knowingly transport or cause to be transported, or aid or assist in obtaining transportation for, or in transporting, in interstate or foreign commerce, or in any Territory or in the District of Columbia, any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose, or with the intent and purpose to induce, entice, or compel such woman or girl to become a prostitute or to give herself up to debauchery, or to engage in any other immoral practice; or who shall knowingly procure or obtain, or cause to be procured or obtained, or aid or assist in procuring or obtaining, any ticket or tickets, or any form of transportation or evidence of the right thereto, to be used by any woman or girl in interstate or foreign commerce, or in any Territory or the District of Columbia, in going to any place for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose, or with the intent or purpose on the part of such person to induce, entice, or compel her to give herself up to the practice of prostitution, or to give herself up to debauchery, or any other immoral practice, whereby any such woman or girl shall be transported in ínterstate or foreign commerce, or in åny Territory or the District of Columbia, shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars, or by imprisonment of not more than five years, or by both such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. (36 Stat. 825; 18 U.S. C. 398.)

INDUCING TRANSPORTATION FOR IMMORAL PURPOSES SEO. 3. That any person who shall knowingly persuade, induce, entice, or coerce, or cause to be persuaded, induced, enticed, or coerced, or aid or assist in persuading, inducing, enticing, or coercing any woman or girl to go from one place to another in interstate or foreign commerce, or in any Territory or the District of Columbia, for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose, or with the intent and purpose on the part of such person that such woman or girl shall engage in the practice of prostitution or debauchery, or any other immoral practice, whether with or without her consent, and who shall thereby knowingly cause or aid or assist in causing such woman or girl to

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