Crime, Kidnaping and Prison Laws...

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1935 - 149 pages

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Act of March 3 1933 to regulate the business of executing bonds for com
Act of June 15 1933 to amend section 289 of the Criminal Code Public
Act of May 18 1934 to provide punishment for certain offenses committed
Act of June 18 1934 to empower certain members of the Division of
Act of June 28 1935 to amend section 1 of the Act of July 8 1932 Public
any postmarking stamp Public Law No 338 74th Cong
Act of February 26 1936 to define the crime of bribery and to provide
Law No 755 74th Cong
Act of February 28 1938 to amend the Criminal Code by providing pun
Act of April 5 1938 to amend the Act of March 3 1901 as amended
delinquents Public Law No 666 75th Cong
Act of June 30 1938 to regulate commerce in firearms Public Law
Law No 255 76th Cong
Act of August 7 1939 to amend the Act of June 8 1938 Public
Act of April 17 1940 to amend the Judicial Code with respect to the con
of limitations in certain cases Public Law No 736 76th Cong
Act of June 8 1940 to make it a crime to wreck or attempt to wreck
Act of June 29 1940 to amend certain laws governing Federal prisoners
Act of June 21 1941 to provide for the transportation home of persons
Act of November 21 1941 to extend the provisions of the Act of February
Act of May 9 1942 to permit appeals by the United States to the circuit
Act of March 22 1944 to permit prosecutions after the lapse of a temporary
Act of July 2 1945 to amend section 927 of the Code of Law of the District
Act of July 10 1946 to amend section 5296 of the Revised Statutes
Act of May 11 1948 to authorize the expenditure of income from Federal
Act of June 29 1948 authorizing extension of the functions and duties
Act of June 9 1948 to provide for the treatment of sexual psychopaths
Prisoners in Their Rehabilitation Public Law No 473 82d Cong
Act of August 13 1953 to further amend the Act of June 15 1917
Act of August 20 1954 to amend title 18 United States Code to provide
Act of August 27 1954 to amend section 709 of_title 18 United States
Act of September 1 1954 to prohibit payment of annuities to officers
Act of September 3 1954 to revise and extend the laws relating to espionage
Act of April 6 1956 to amend title 18 of the United States Code so as
Act of July 27 1956 to authorize the Postmaster General to hold
Act of August 1 1956 to require the registration of certain persons
Act of September 2 1957 to amend section 1867 of title 28 of the United
Act of May 16 1958 to amend the Tariff Act of 1930 to exempt from duty
Act of August 25 1958 to improve the administration of justice by author
Act of August 28 1958 to amend sections 1461 and 1462 of title 18 of
Act of September 8 1959 to amend chapter 3 of title 18 United States
Act of July 14 1960 to amend the Act of July 27 1956 with respect to
information Public Law No 216 87th Cong
Act of September 26 1961 with respect to compensation to prison inmates
Act of February 16 1962 extending to Guam the power to enter into
Act of October 15 1962 to provide penalties for threats against the suc
Act of May 23 1963 to amend section 3238 of title 18 United States Code
tion Public Law No 64 89th Cong
Act of September 22 1965 Law Enforcement Assistance Act of 1965
Act of July 26 1966 District of Columbia Bail Agency Act Public
Act of November 2 1966 to authorize the Attorney General to adjust
Act of November 11 1966 to prohibit the use of likeness of the great seal

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