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Act of May 18, 1934, to provide punishment for killing or assaulting
Federal officers. (Public Law No. 230, 73d Cong.) --

Act of May 18, 1934, applying the powers of the Federal Government,

under the commerce clause of the Constitution, to extortion by means

of telephone, telegraph, radio, oral message. (Public Law No. 231,

73d Cong.)

Act of May 18, 1934, to amend the Act forbidding the transportation of

kidnapped persons in interstate commerce. (Public Law No. 232, 73d

Cong.).

Act of May 18, 1934, making it unlawful for any person to flee from one

State to another for the purpose of avoiding prosecution or the giving of

testimony in certain cases. (Public Law No. 233, 73d Cong.)---

Act of May 18, 1934, to define certain crimes against the United States in

connection with the administration of Federal penal and correctional

institutions and to fix the punishment therefor. (Public Law No. 234,

73d Cong.).

Act of May 18, 1934, to provide punishment for certain offenses committed

against banks organized or operating under laws of the United States

or any member of the Federal Reserve System. (Public Law No. 235,

73d Cong.).

Act of May 22, 1934, to extend the provisions of the National Motor
Vehicle Theft Act to other stolen property. (Public Law No. 246, 73d
Cong.).

Act of June 5, 1934, to amend the Act of July 15, 1932. (Public Law No.

287, 73d Cong.).

Act of June 6, 1934, granting the consent of Congress to any two or more

States to enter into agreements or compacts for cooperative effort and

mutual assistance in the prevention of crime. (Public Law No. 293,

73d Cong.)-

Act of June 6, 1934, to authorize an appropriation of money to facilitate
the apprehension of certain persons charged with crime. (Public Law
No. 295, 73d Cong.)-

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Act of June 14, 1934, to amend the Judicial Code by adding a new section
to be numbered 274D. (Public Law No. 343, 73d Cong.)-

Act of June 18, 1934, to protect trade and commerce against interference

by violence, threats, coercion, or intimidation. (Public Law No. 376,

73d Cong.)

Act of June 18, 1934, to amend section 35 of the Criminal Code of the
United States. (Public Law No. 394, 73d Cong.)_.

Act of June 18, 1934, to empower certain members of the Division of In-
vestigation of the Department of Justice to make certain arrests.
(Public Law No. 402, 73d Cong.).

Act of June 19, 1934, to amend section 766 of the Revised Statutes, as
amended. (Public Law No. 437, 73d Cong.)---

Act of June 23, 1934, to authorize the formation of a body corporate to
insure the more effective diversification of prison industries. (Public
Law No. 461, 73d Cong.) --

Act of June 15, 1935, relating to the powers and duties of the U.S. marshals.
(Public Law No. 146, 74th Cong.).

Act of June 25, 1934, to provide for the taxation of manufacturers, im-
porters, and dealers in certain firearms and machine guns, to tax the
sale or other disposal of such weapons, and to restrict importation and
regulate interstate transportation thereof. (Public Law No. 474,
73d Cong.) -

Act of June 28, 1935, to amend section 1 of the Act of July 8, 1932. (Public

Law No. 174, 74th Cong.)..

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Act of July 24, 1935, to prohibit the interstate transportation of prison-
made products in certain cases. (Public Law No. 215, 74th Cong.)-.

Act of August 2, 1935, to authorize the acquisition of land on McNeil

Island. (Public Law No. 226, 74th Cong.)

Act of August 3, 1935, to amend the Act of May 14, 1930, U.S. prisoners.

Act of June 10, 1938, to authorize membership on behalf of the United

States in the International Criminal Police Commission. (Public Law

No. 587, 75th Cong.)....

Act of June 16, 1938, to provide for the care and treatment of juvenile

delinquents. (Public Law No. 666, 75th Cong.).

Act of June 29, 1938, to abolish appeals in habeas corpus proceedings

brought to test the validity of orders of removal. (Public Law No. 772,

75th Cong.)-

Act of June 29, 1938, to prohibit the transportation of certain persons in

interstate or foreign commerce during labor controversies. (Public Law

No. 779, 75th Cong.)..

Act of June 16, 1938, to amend the National Firearms Act. (Public Law

No. 651, 75th Cong.)...

Act of June 30, 1938, to regulate commerce in firearms. (Public Law No.

785, 75th Cong.)

Act of May 15, 1939, to amend the statutes providing punishment for trans-

mitting threatening communications. (Public Law No. 76, 76th Cong.)-

Act of May 22, 1939, to provide that records certified by the Court of

Claims to the Supreme Court, in response to writs of certiorari, may in-

clude material portions of the evidence. (Public Law No. 81, 76th

Cong.).

Act of May 22, 1939, to prohibit reproductions of official badges, identi-

fication cards, and other insignia. (Public Law No. 82, 76th Cong.). ..

Act of August 6, 1939, to amend the Federal Firearms Act so as to more

adequately define the term "ammunition" as said term is defined in said

Act. (Public Law No. 298, 76th Cong.).

Act of June 13, 1939, to provide for the confiscation of firearms in pos-

session of persons convicted of felony and disposition thereof. (Public

Law No. 121, 76th Cong.)

Act of August 3, 1939, to amend the National Stolen Property Act. (Public

Law No. 255, 76th Cong.) ----

Act of August 4, 1939, to provide that no statute of limitations shall apply

to offenses punishable by death. (Public Law No. 152, 76th Cong.) ...... -

Act of August 5, 1939, to amend section 224 of the Criminal Code as to

penalize the making of false claims for the loss of insured mail matter.

(Public Law No. 265, 76th Cong.)

Act of April 30, 1940, to provide for the transfer of U.S. prisoners in cer-

tain cases. (Public Law No. 503, 76th Cong.)

Act of July 10, 1940, to amend the law limiting the operation of statutes

of limitations in certain cases. (Public Law No. 736, 76th Cong.).

Act of May 31, 1940, authorizing the continuance of the Prison Industries
Reorganization Administration, established by Executive Order Num-
bered 7194 of Sept. 26, 1935, to June 30, 1941. (Public Law No. 539,
1941).

Act of June 6, 1940, to amend section 289 of the Criminal Code. (Public

Law No. 548, 76th Cong.) -- -

Act of June 6, 1940, to amend an Act entitled "An Act To Establish a

Board of Intermediate Sentence and Parole for the District of Colum-

bia, and To Determine Its Functions." (Public Law No. 561, 76th

Cong.) . .

Act of June 8, 1940, to make it a crime to wreck or attempt to wreck a

train engaged in interstate commerce. (Public Law No. 575, 76th

Cong.)

Act of June 11, 1940, to amend the Criminal Code so as to confer concur-

rent jurisdiction on courts of the United States over crimes committed

on certain Federal reservations. (Public Law No. 598, 76th Cong.)...

Act of June 12, 1940, to amend sections 798 and 800 of the Code of Law

for the District of Columbia relating to murder in the first degree.

(Public Law No. 607, 76th Cong.)

Act of June 17, 1940, authorizing the Bureau of Labor Statistics to collect

information as to amount and value of all goods produced in State and

Federal prisons. (Public Res. No. 85, 76th Cong.) --

Act of June 25, 1940, for the protection against unlawful use of badge,

medal, emblem, or other insignia of veterans' organizations incorporated

by act of Congress. (Public No. 663, 76th Cong.)___

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Act of May 11, 1948, to authorize the expenditure of income from Federal
Prison Industries, Incorporated, for training of Federal prisoners.

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