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are hereby invested with full and concurrent jurisdiction of all causes, civil and criminal, arising under any of the provisions of this Act. Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, § 29, 32 Stat. 1220.

This section supersedes the previous similar provisions of Act March 3, 1891, c. 551, § 13, Comp. St. 1901, p. 1300, relating to causes arising under that act.

Disposal of privileges at immigrant stations; sale of intoxicating liquors forbidden.

Sec. 30. That after the first day of January, nineteen hundred and three, all exclusive privileges of exchanging money, transporting passengers or baggage, or keeping eating houses, and all other like privileges in connection with any United States immigrant station, shall be disposed of after public competition, subject to such conditions and limitations as the Commissioner-General of Immigration, under the direction or with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, may prescribe: Provided, That no intoxicating liquors shall be sold in any such immigrant station; that all receipts accruing from the disposal of such exclusive privileges as herein provided shall be paid into the United States Treasury to the credit of the immigrant fund provided for in section one of this Act.

Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, § 30, 32 Stat. 1220. Res. April 28, 1904, No. 34, 33 Stat. 591.

This section as originally enacted is amended by Res. April 28, 1904, No. 34, cited above, by striking out the words "Secretary of the Treasury" used therein, and inserting the words "Secretary of Commerce and Labor," as set forth here.

See note under section 1 of this act, as to the transfer of the duties, powers, and authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under this act to the head of the Department of Commerce and Labor.

This section supersedes the previous similar provisions of Act March 3, 1893, e. 200, § 9, Comp. St. 1901, p. 1303, relating to the Ellis Island immigrant station only.

Jurisdiction of state and local officers and courts over immigrant stations.

Sec. 31. That for the preservation of the peace, and in order that arrests may be made for crimes under the laws of the States and Territories of the United States where the various immigrant stations are located, the officers in charge of such stations, as occasion may require, shall admit therein the proper State and municipal officers charged with the enforcement of such laws, and for the purposes of this section the jurisdiction of such officers and of the local courts shall extend over such stations.

Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, § 31, 32 Stat. 1220.

This section supersedes the previous similar provision of Act March 3, 1891, c. 551, § 9, Comp. St. 1901, p. 1299, by re-enacting the same with some alterations, the most important of which is the insertion, after the words "laws of the States," of the words "and Territories of the United States."

Rules for entry and inspection of aliens along the borders of Canada and Mexico; contracts with foreign transportation lines.

Sec. 32. That the Commissioner-General of Immigration, under the direction or with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, shall prescribe rules for the entry and inspection of aliens along the borSupp. 05—19

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Temporary detention, in case of contagions disorder, contracted on board ship, of wife or minor child of alien resident, who has filed declaration to become citizen.

Sec. 37. That whenever an alien shall have taken up his permanent residence in this country, and shall have filed his preliminary declaration to become a citizen, and thereafter shall send for his wife or minor children to join him, if said wife, or either of said children, shall be found to be affected with any contagious disorder, and if it is proved that said disorder was contracted on board the ship in which they came, and is so certified by the examining surgeon at the port of arrival, such wife or children shall be held, under such regulations as the Secretary of Commerce and Labor shall prescribe, until it shall be determined whether the disorder will be easily curable, or whether they can be permitted to land without danger to other persons; and they shall not be deported until such facts have been ascertained.

Act March 3, 1903. c. 1012, § 37, 32 Stat. 1221. Res. April 28, 1904, No. 34, 33 Stat. 591.

This section as originally enacted is amended by Res. April 28, 1904, No. 34, cited above, by striking out the words "8ecretary of the Treasury" used therein, and inserting in lieu thereof the words "Secretary of Commerce and Labor," as set forth here.

See note under section 1 of this act, as to the transfer of the duties, powers, and authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under this act to the head of the Department of Commerce and Labor.

Persons afflicted with a dangerous contagious disease are among the classes of aliens excluded from admission by sections 2 and 9 of this act, set focth above.

Persons disbelieving in or opposed to all organized government, or advocating the nnlawful assaulting or hilling of officers of government, not to be permitted to enter; aiding, etc., entry of such person, pnnishable.

Sec. 38. That no person who disbelieves in or who is opposed to all organized government, or who is a member of or affiliated with any organization entertaining and teaching such disbelief in or opposition to all organized government, or who advocates or teaches the duty, necessity, or propriety of the unlawful assaulting or killing of any officer or officers, either of specific individuals or of officers generally, of the Government of the United States or of any other organized government, because of his or their official character, shall be permitted to enter the United States or any Territory or place subject to the jurisdiction thereof. This section shall be enforced by the Secretary of Commerce and Labor under such rules and regulations as he shall prescribe.

That any person who knowingly aids or assists any such person to enter the United States or any Territory or place subject to the jurisdiction thereof, or who connives or conspires with any person or persons to allow, procure, or permit any such person to enter therein, except pursuant to such rules and regulations made by the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisoned for not less than one nor more than five years, or both.

Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, § 38, 32 Stat. 1221. Res. April 28, 1904,
No. 34, 33 Stat. 591.
This section as originally enacted is amended by Res. April 28, 1904,

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No. 34, cited above, by striking out the words "Secretary of the Treasury" wherever used therein, and inserting in lieu thereof the words "Secretary of Commerce and Labor," as set forth here.

See note under section 1 of this act, as to the transfer of the duties, powers, and authority of the Secretary of the Treasury under this act to the head of the Department of Commerce and Labor.

Sec. 39. [Relates to naturalization.]

This section forbids the naturalization of persons such as those described and excluded from entry into the United States by the preceding section, with further provisions for the prevention and punishment of the naturalization of such persons. It is set forth post, under Title XXX, "Naturalization."

RES. APRIL 28, 1904, No. 34. [S. J. B. 73.]

Joint Resolution Amending an Act Entitled "An Act to Regulate the Immigration of Aliens into the United States," Approved March Third, Nineteen hundred and three. (33 Stat. 591.)

Amendment of Act March 3, 1903, o. 1012, and prior acts relating to

alien immigration.

Resolved, &c, That the words "Secretary of the Treasury," wherever used in the Act entitled "An Act to regulate the immigration of aliens into the United States," approved March third, nineteen hundred and three, or in amendments thereto, or in prior Acts in relation to alien immigration, be stricken out, and the words "Secretary of Commerce and Labor" inserted in lieu thereof.

Res. April 28, 1904, No. 34, 33 Stat. 591.

The amendments made by this act are incorporated into Act April 29, 1902, c. 041, i 3, and Act March 2, 1903, c. 1012, as set forth above. Prior acts relating to alien immigration, also amended by this act, are set forth in Comp St. 1901, pp. 1288-1305.

ACT FEB. 3, 1905, c. 297, § 1. [H. R. 15985.]
Refunding head tax erroneously collected.

* * That the Commissioner-General of Immigration, with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, shall have power to refund head tax heretofore and hereafter collected under section one of the immigration Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and three, upon presentation of evidence showing conclusively that such collection was erroneously made.

Act Feb. 3, 1905, c. 297, § 1, 33 Stat. 684.

This is a proviso annexed to an appropriation for the Bureau of Immigration in the legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation act for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1906, cited above.

Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, § 1, mentioned in this section, authorizing the collection of head tax on alien passengers from foreign porta, is set forth above.

ACT MARCH 3, 1905, o. 1484, § 1. IH. R. 19150.]

Expenses of aliens ordered deported, required as witnesses for United

States in prosecutions under immigration laws.

* * That the necessary expenses incident to the detention of aliens ordered deported, whose attendance as witnesses is required in behalf of the United States in prosecutions arising under the immigration laws, may be paid from the permanent appropriation for "Expenses of regulating immigration:" * *

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Act March 3, 1905, c. 1484, § 1, 33 Stat. 1244.

This is a proviso annexed to a special appropriation for "expenses of regulating immigration" in the deficiency appropriation act for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1905, cited above.

The permanent appropriation mentioned in this provision is made by Act March 3, 1903, c. 1012, § 1, set forth above.

[EXCLUSION OF CHINE8E.]

ACT MAT 6, 1882, o. 126.

The provisions of this act, set forth in Comp. St. 1901, pp. 1305-1311, which were continued in force for a period of ten years by Act May 5, 1892, c. 60, § 1, Comp. St. 1901, p. 1319, and all laws prohibiting and regulating the coming of Chinese into the United States and their residence therein, in force at the time, are re-enacted, extended, and continued, and are also made applicable to the island territory under the jurisdiction of the United States, by Act April 29, 1902, c. 641, § 1, set forth below.

On the establishment of the Department of Commerce and Labor and the transfer thereto from the Treasury Department of the immigration serviee, by Act Feb. 14, 1903, c. 552. ante, under Title XII A, "The Department of Commerce and Labor." the authority, power, and jurisdiction possessed and exercised by the Secretary of the Treasury by virtue of any law in relation to the exclusion from and the residence within the United States, its territories, and the District of Columbia, of Chinese and persons of Chinese descent, are transferred to and conferred upon the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, and the authority, power, and authority in relation thereto vested by law or treaty in the collectors of customs and collectors of internal revenue, are conferred upon and vested in such officers under the control of the Commissioner-General of Immigration, as the Secretary of Commerce mid Labor may designate therefor, by provisions of section 7 of that act.

ACT SEPT. 13, 1888, o. 1015.

All laws in force prohibiting and regulating the coming of Chinese into the United States and their residence therein, including sections 5-11, 13, 14. of this act, set forth in Comp. St. 1901, pp. 1314-1317, which were continued in force for a period of ten years by Act May 5, 1892, c. 60, § 1, Comp. St. 1901, p. 1319, are re-enacted, extended, and continued, and are also made applicable to the island territory under the jurisdiction of the United States, by Act April 29, 1902, c. 641, § 1, set forth below.

See, also, note under Act May 6, 1882, c. 126, above, as to transfer of the authority, etc., possessed and exercised by the Secretary of the Treasury by virtue of this act, to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, and of the authority, etc., of the collectors of customs and the collectors of internal revenue, to olhcers under control of the Commissioner-General of Immigration.

ACT OCT. 1, 1888, o. 1064.

The provisions of this act, set forth in Comp. St. 1901, pp. 1318, 1319, like those of Act May 6, 1882, c. 126, to which it is a supplement, which were continued in force for a period of ten years by Act May 5, 1892, c. 60, i 1, Comp. St. 1901, p. 1319, and all laws prohibiting and regulating the coming of Chinese into the United States and their residence

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