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through the Canal, be required to submit crew lists visaed by American consular officers: Provided, however, That aliens coming to the continental United States or to insular possessions of the United States from the Panama Canal Zone shall be required to present passports visaed by consular officers of the United States at Panama City or Colon, unless they shall have resided in the Panama Canal Zone continuously for at least one year prior to their coming to the United States, or unless they shall have obtained American visas elsewhere: And provided further, That the names of aliens who ship in ports of the Canal Zone on vessels sailing therefrom to ports of the continental United States or its insular

possessions must appear upon crew lists visaed by consular officers of the United States at Panama City or Colon, unless such aliens shall have resided continuously in the Canal Zone for at least one year prior to their coming to this country. AMENDING THE EXECUTIVE ORDER OF AUGUST 8, 1918, TO PER

MIT TEMPORARY STOP-OVERS AT PORTS OF THE UNITED STATES WITHOUT THE REQUIREMENT OF VISAED PASSPORTS

FROM MAY 12, 1921, TO JULY 2, 1921

(Executive Order No. 3457 of May 12, 1921] By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Act approved May 22, 1918, entitled "An Act to Prevent in Time of War Departure from and Entry into the United States Contrary to the Public Safety,” I, Warren G. Harding, President of the United States of America, hereby amend the Executive Order of August 8, 1918, relating to the “Rules and Regulations Governing the Issuance of Permits to Enter and Leave the United States," by the following provision:

Aliens who are passengers on vessels calling, while en route to foreign destinations, at ports of the United States, including outlying territories and insular possessions, may be allowed to land at these ports without visaed passports, provided that they land merely for the limited periods of time during which the vessels may lie over at the ports mentioned, and provided also, that they continue their voyages on the same vessels. These exceptions are made for the benefit of passengers who desire to land temporarily for purposes of sightseeing or other legitimate objects. Aliens landing with the intention of remaining for a longer period are required to present visaed passports. It will be the duty of the masters of the vessels to satisfy the Immigration authorities that passengers who obtain permission to land temporarily will not remain on shore after the departure of the vessels. Appropriate instructions upon this subject will be sent by the Department of Labor to Immigration officials at seaports. The names of all passengers of the class mentioned who fail to reimbark and continue their voyages shall be reported by the Immigration authorities at the ports to the Department of Labor and the Department of State, for appropriate action."

• Executive Order No. 3427 of April 7, 1921, is an amendment to Executive Order No. 2982 of August 8, 1918, which was a wartime measure and applicable only to cases during the period from August 8, 1918 to July 1, 1924, inclusive.

• Executive Order No. 3457 of May 12, 1921, is an amendment to Executive Order No. 2982 of August 8, 1918, which was a wartime measure and applicable only to cases during the period from August 8, 1918 to July 1, 1924, inclusive.

AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE EXECUTIVE ORDER OF AUGUST 8, 1918, CONCERNING TRAVEL BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES, AND AUTHORIZING THE REQUIREMENT OF CREW LISTS

FROM JUNE 25, 1921, TO FEBRUARY 1, 1922

[Executive Order No. 3505 of June 26, 1921) By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Act of Congress approved the twenty-second day of May, one thousand, nine hundred and eighteen, entitled, “An Act to Prevent in Time of War Departure From and Entry into the United States Contrary to the Public Safety," and with reference to the Presidential Proclamation and Executive Order of August eight, one thousand, nine hundred and eighteen, adopted in pursuance thereof, I hereby prescribe the following amendments to said Executive Order:

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CANADA, NEWFOUNDLAND, BERMUDA, THE BAHAMA ISLANDS, ST. PIERRE

AND MIQUELON 1. Citizens of Canada, Newfoundland, Bermuda, and the Bahama Islands, or British subjects domiciled therein (but not merely passing through in transit), shall not be required to present passports, identity cards, permits or similar documents in entering the United States directly from any one of the countries above specifically mentioned. If they arrive from countries other than those above mentioned, however, passports and visas are required.

2. Citizens of St. Pierre and Miquelon or citizens of France domiciled therein (but not merely passing through in transit), shall not be required to present passports, identity cards, permits, or similar documents in entering the United States directly from St. Pierre and Miquelon or from any of the other countries mentioned in the preceding paragraph. "If they arrive from countries other than those mentioned, however, passports and visas are required.

3. Aliens of any nationality, who are regularly domiciled in the United States, but who have proceeded to Canada, Newfoundland, Bermuda, the Bahama Islands, St. Pierre or Miquelon, and who return directly from any one of these countries to the United States within six months of their departure, also are not required to present passports or similar documents or visas.

4. All other aliens than those mentioned in paragraphs 1, 2, and 3, entering the United States from Canada, Newfoundland, Bermuda, the Bahama Islands, St. Pierre and Miquelon are required to present duly visaed passports.

5. The issue of Border Permit Cards to aliens either for departure from the United States, or for entry therein, through Canadian Border Ports, is hereby discontinued.

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MEXICO 1. On and after July 1, 1921, citizens of Mexico desiring to enter the United States through Mexican Border ports, may do so

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without presenting to the Control Officers at Border Ports any travel document whatsoever, provided such persons have been residents of the forty-mile border zone for a period of one year or more and are otherwise admissible, and that such persons are known to the United States Immigration Officials. If such perBons are unknown to the United States Immigration Inspectors they will be required to present proof, satisfactory to the Immigration Officers, that they are bona fide residents of the forty-mile

2. Aliens of any nationality, who are regularly domiciled in the United States, but who have proceeded from the United States to the forty-mile border zone of Mexico, and who return directly therefrom to the United States within six months of their departure, require no passports or visas.

3. All other aliens, as well as Mexicans residing without the forty-mile border zone, desirous of entering the United States from Mexico, will be required to present passports duly visaed by consular officers of the United States.

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CREW LISTS

1. Masters of vessels of all nationalities sailing for a port of the United States of America or of any of its possessions, except the Panama Canal Zone, must submit for visa a list of all of the alien members of the'vessel's crew to the American consular officer at the port from which the vessel commences its voyage. If there is no American consular officer stationed at that port, the crew list should be submitted at the first port of call (if the vessel touches at any other port) where an American consular officer is located. This does not refer to consular agents, who are not authorized to visa crew lists.

2. When a vessel sails from a port where no American Consul is stationed, but which is within a few hours reach by mail of an American Consulate, so that unreasonable delay and serious loss would not result from referring the crew list to such Consulate, it should be referred thereto for visa.

3. If an alien seaman whose name is not included in a visaed crew list arrives at a port of the United States he shall not be allowed to land except upon the permission of the Secretary of State."

AMENDING THE EXECUTIVE ORDER OF AUGUST 8, 1918, CONCERN. ING PASSPORT CONTROL SO FAR AS IT APPLIES TO THE ENTRY OF ALIENS INTO THE UNITED STATES IN TRANSIT FOR A FOREIGN DESTINATION

FROM SEPTEMBER 29, 1921, TO JULY 1, 1924

(Hxecuive Order No. 3555 of September 29, 1921) By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Act of May 22, 1918, entitled "An Act to Prevent in Time of War Departure from and Entry into the United States Contrary to the Public Safety," I, Warren G. Harding, President of the United States of America, hereby amend the Executive Order of August 8, 1918, relating to the "Rules and Regulations Governing the Issuance of Permits to Enter and Leave the United States,” by the following provision:

* Executive Order No. 3508 of June 25, 1921, is an amendment to Executive Ordor No. 2932 of August 8, 1918, which was a wartime measure and applicable only to cases during the period from August 8, 1918 to July 1, 1924, inclusive.

Hereafter, aliens desiring to pass through the United States en route for a foreign destination shall be allowed to enter the United States in transit for such foreign destination upon presentation of passports upon which is endorsed by a consular officer of the United States a statement that satisfactory evidence has been submitted to said consular officer of the United States that the bearer of such passport desires to enter the United States in transit only. Consular officers of the United States are hereby authorized to collect a fee of $1.00 for making such endorsement on each foreign passport. The tariff of fees to be charged by consular officers of the United States is hereby amended accordingly. AMENDING THE EXECUTIVE ORDER OF AUGUST 8, 1918, CONCERN

ING PASSPORT CONTROL SO FAR AS IT APPLIES TO THE ENTRY OF ALIENS INTO THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE

FROM OCTOBER 18, 1921, TO JULY 1, 1924

[Executive Order No. 3562 of October 18, 1921) By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Act approved May 22, 1918, entitled "An Act to Prevent in Time of War Departure from and Entry into the United States Contrary to the Public Safety," as extended by the Act approved March 2, 1921, entitled "An Act Making Appropriations for the Diplomatic and Consular Service for the fiscal year

ending June 30, 1922," I, Warren G. Harding, President of the United States of America, hereby amend the Executive Order of August 8, 1918, prescribing “Rules and Regulations Governing the Issuance of Permits to Enter and Leave the United States,” by the following provision:

Hereafter, aliens entering the Panama Canal Zone shall not be required to present passports visaed by consular officers of the United States, nor shall masters of vessels which are merely passing through the Canal, be required to submit crew lists visaed by American consular officers: Provided, however, That aliens coming to the continental United States or to insular possessions of the United States from the Panama Canal Zone shall be required to present passports visaed by consular officers of the United States at Panama City or Colon, unless they shall have resided in the Panama Canal Zone continuously for at least one year prior to their coming to the United States, or unless they shall have obtained American visas elsewhere: And provided further, that the names of aliens who ship in ports of the Canal Zone on vessels sailing therefrom to ports of the continental United States or its insular possessions must appear upon crew lists visaed by consular officers of the United States at Panama City or Colon, or by the Shipping

• Executive Order No. 3555 of September 29, 1921, is an amendment to Executive Order No. 2932 of August 8, 1918, which was a wartime measure and applicable only to cases during the period from August 8, 1918 to July 1, 1024, inclusive.

Commissioner or Deputy Shipping Commissioners of the Canal Zone.

When the crew list is visaed by the Shipping Commissioner or a Deputy Shipping Commissioner, the usual consular fee will not be collected for such service.

The Executive Order No. 3427 of April 7, 1921, (page 221), concerning this subject, is hereby revoked." AMENDING FURTHER THE PROVISIONS OF THE EXECUTIVE

ORDER OF AUGUST 8, 1918, CONCERNING TRAVEL BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES, AND AUTHORIZING THE REQUIREMENT OF CREW LISTS

FROM FEBRUARY 1, 1922, TO JULY 1, 1924

(Executive Order No. 3629 of February 1, 1922) By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Act of Congress approved the twenty-second day of May,

one thousand, nine hundred and eighteen, entitled "An Act to Prevent in Time of War Departure from and Entry into the United States Contrary to the Public Safety," and with reference to the Presidential Proclamation and Executive Order of August eight, one thousand, nine hundred and eighteen, adopted in pursuance thereof, and the Act of Congress of March 2, 1921, entitled, “An Act making appropriations for the Diplomatic and Consular Service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922," I hereby prescribe the following amendments to said Executive Order:

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CANADA, NEWFOUNDLAND, BERMUDA, THE BAHAMA ISLANDS, ST. PIERRE,

MIQUELON, AND MEXICO 1. Citizens of Canada, Newfoundland, Bermuda and the Bahama Islands, or British subjects domiciled therein (but not merely passing through in transit) shall not be required to present passports, identity cards, permits or similar documents in entering the United States directly from those countries or from any of the other countries above specifically mentioned. If they arrive from countries other than those above mentioned, however, passports and visas are required.

2. Citizens of St. Pierre and Miquelon or citizens of France domiciled therein (but not merely passing through in transit) shall not be required to present passports, identity cards, permits or similar documents in entering the United States directly from St. Pierre and Miquelon or from any of the other countries mentioned in the preceding paragraph. If they arrive from countries other than those mentioned, however, passports and visas are required.

3. Citizens of Mexico shall not be required to present passports, identity cards, permits or similar documents in entering the United States directly from Mexico or any of the other countries above specifically mentioned. If they arrive from countries other than those above mentioned, however, passports and visas are required.

Executive Order No. 3562 of October 18, 1921 1s an amendment to Executive Order No. 2932 of August 8, 1918, which was a wartime measure and applicable only to cases during the period from August 8, 1918 to July 1, 1924, inclusive.

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