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1157, 1160, as amended by sec. 3, act of Jan. 20, 1944, Pub. Law 221, 78th Cong.; 8 U.S.C. 735, 739)

PART 382–NATURALIZATION PA. PERS REPLACED; NEW CERTIFI. CATE IN CHANGED NAME

Sec. 382.5 New papers; by whom issued; forms;

numbering. (Amended] $ 382.5 New papers; by whom issued; forms; numbering.

Any new declaration of intention shall be upon Form N-321, N-322, or N-323, and any new certificate of naturalization or of citizenship upon Form N-570. [Second sentence amended Oct. 12, 1944, effective Sept. 28, 1944, 9 F.R. 12950]

PART 385—REVOCATION OF RECORDS CREATED AND OF NATU. RALIZATION AND CITIZENSHIP DOCUMENTS ISSUED BY THE COM. MISSIONER

requirements and the findings and recommendation, and shall himself, or through his designated substitute, make his recommendation on Form N-635 or Form N-635–A. If such review leads to & different recommendation from that of the examining oficer, the reasons therefor shall be stated in writing. The entire record shall then be submitted to the Central Office. (Sec. 339, 54 Stat. 1160, as amended by sec 3, act of Jan, 20, 1944, Pub. Law 221, 78th Cong.; 8 U.S.C. 739)

$ 379.8 Final disposition. If the Commissioner is satisfied from the record and accompanying documents that the applicant is entitled to receive a certifcate of citizenship, an order to that effect will be entered. If the applicant has assumed or is known by a name other than his true name but has not had his name changed in accordance with the law of the jurisdiction where he assumed the new name, and, therefore, is not legally entitled to use the assumed name, the certificate of citizenship shall be issued in the applicant's true name followed by the words "also known as" followed by the assumed name, but in such a case the applicant shall be required to sign only his true name on the certificate and on the photographs submitted with his application. The certificate shall be issued by the Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner in duplicate and shall be forwarded to the field office in which the application originated for signature by the applicant, or in the case of child under eighteen years of age by his parent or guardian. The applicant shall, unless he is too young to understand the meaning thereof, take and subscribe to, before a member of the Service, the oath of renunciation and allegiance prescribed by section 335 of the Nationality Act of 1940. Thereafter personal delivery of the original of the certificate shall be made to the applicant, or in the case of a child under eighteen years of age to his parent or guardian, who shall sign a receipt therefor. The applicant shall be furnished with the certificate only if such individual is at the time within the United States. (Secs. 335, 339, 54 Stat.

Sec.
385.1 Report and notice. (Amended)

$ 385.1 Report and notice. If, at any time after a certificate of lawful entry has been issued under Part 362, or a certificate of naturalization has been issued under Part 378, or a certificate of citizenship has been issued under Part 379, or a special certificate of naturalization has been issued under Part 380, or a new certificate in changed name or a new declaration of intention or a new certificate of naturalization or of citizenship has been issued under Part 382, or a new certified copy of the proceedings has been issued under $ 382.6 or $ 383.6, evi. dence becomes available to a district director of Immigration and Naturalization indicating that such record or document was obtained illegally or fraudulently, a complete report shall be promptly submitted to the Central Office by the district director, with comment and recommendation. (First sentence amended effective June 24, 1944, 9 F.R. 7043]

CHAPTER II-OFFICE OF ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN

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PART 503—GENERAL ORDERS Sec. 503.11-2 Licensing transactions involving

patents and trademarks.

(Amended) 503.11-3 Patents and trademarks; non-ap

plicability to transactions by or

with Custodian. (Added] 503.11-5 Patents and trademarks; further

provisions exempting certain persons from the prohibitions of

$ 503.11. (Added] 503.11-6 Applications for patents; non-ex

clusive licenses. (Added] 503.13-4 Works subject to copyright; non

applicability to transactions by

or with Custodian. (Added] 503.18 Report of royalties due and payable

to the Allen Property Custodian under vested patent rights.

(Amended] 503.21 Extension of time for filling notices

of claim under vesting orders.

(Amended) 503.27 Investigation of property owned by

persons to be repatriated.

(Added] 503.30 Valuation or rate of exchange by

monetary units of enemy coun

tries. (Added] 503.31 Prohibition of transactions and ap

pointment of agents and dele

gates. (Added] 503.32 Limitations on representative ac

tivities by former employees.

[Added] AUTHORITY: $$ 503.11-2 to 503.32, appearing in this Supplement, issued under 40 Stat. 411, as amended; 50 U.S.C. App., Sup., 616. E.O. 9193; 3 CFR Cum. Supp.

$ 503.11-2 Licensing transactions involving patents and trademarks. (a)

Part 508 Special regulations. [Added] ing any such application or acting as attorney or agent in connection therewith has any knowledge, information or belief concerning any instrument, agreement or understanding affecting title to, or granting any interest in, including licenses under, any such application, he shall record under the provisions of paragraph (a) (2) hereof, the instrument, agreement or understanding, if it is in his possession or control and recordable, or, if it is not in his possession or control or not recordable, he shall, at the time of Alling the application or the first paper filed therein in the United States Patent Office after the date of this amended regulation (unless a report on Form APC-13P or APC-13T has previously been filed with respect to such application), flle directly with the Alien Property Custodian a report on Form APC-13P for patents or Form APC-13T for trademarks, setting forth under oath the information called for therein, except that such report need not be executed under oath in cases where the person reporting is an attorney or agent registered in the United States Patent Office, ir such attorney or agent certifies that the statements made therein are true and complete to the best of his knowledge and belief;

(ii) That the person filing or prosecuting any such application shall notify the Patent Office in writing (unless he has already so notified the Patent Office) that the application is being filed and prosecuted pursuant to this amended regulation; and

(iii) That such filing, prosecution or receipt involves no communication, direct or indirect, to an enemy national. (Subparagraph (1) amended Sept. 14, 1944, 9 F.R. 11461) [Preceding subparagraph, in small type, superseded by following subparagraph during period covered by this Supplement)

(1) The filing in the United States Patent Office of applications for letters patent and for trademark registration (except such applications received directly or indirectly from enemy nationals on or after November 17, 1942) and the prosecution in the United States Patent Office of applications for letters patent and for trademark registration in which a designated foreign country or a national thereof has at any time on or since the effective date of Executive Order No. 8389, as amended, had any interest, and the receipt of letters patent or trademark registration certificate granted pursuant to any such application; Provided:

(1) The Aling in the United States Patent Office of applications for Letters Patent and for Trademark Registration (except such applications received directly or indirectly from enemy nationals on or after November 17, 1942) and the prosecution in the United States Patent Office of applications for Letters Patent and for Trademark Registration in which a designated foreign country or a national thereof has at any time on or since the effective date of Executive Order No. 8389, as amended, had any interest, and the receipt of Letters Patent or Trademark Registration certificate granted pursuant to any such application, Provided,

(1) That if the person Aling or prosecut

(i) That if the person filing or prosecuting any such application or acting as attorney or agent in connection therewith has any knowledge, information or belief concerning any instrument, agreement or understanding affecting title to, or granting any interest in, including licenses under, any such application, he may record under the provisions of pargraph (a) (2) hereof, the instrument, agreement or understanding, if it is in his possession or control and recordable, or, if he has such knowledge, information or belief and does not record the instrument, agreement or understanding, he shall, at the time of filing the application or the first paper filed therein in the United States Patent Office after the date of this amended regulation (unless a report on Form APC-13P or APC13T has previously been filed with respect to such application), file directly with the Alien Property Custodian a report on Form APC-13P for patents or Form APC-13T for trademarks, setting forth under oath the information called for therein, except that such report need not be executed under oath in cases where the person reporting is an attorney or agent registered in the United States Patent Office, if such attorney or agent certifies that the statements made therein are true and complete to the best of his knowledge and belief;

(ii) That the person filing or prosecuting any such application shall notify the Patent Office in writing (unless he has already so notified the Patent Office) that the application is being filed and prosecuted pursuant to this amended regulation; and

(iii) That such filing, prosecution or receipt involves no communication, direct or indirect, to an enemy national, And provided, further,

(iv) That nothing contained herein shall relieve any person executing any instrument under the authorization of paragraph (a) (2) of this section from the requirement of recording such instrument set forth in para aph (a) (2) (i). [Subparagraph (1) amended Nov. 6, 1944, 9 F.R. 13282]

$ 503.11-5 Patents and trademarks; further provisions exempting certain persons from the prohibitions of $ 503.11. Any partnership, association, corporation or other organization which is organized under the laws of the United States, or of any of them, or any resident of the United States, shall, for the purpose of receiving an assignment of a United States patent or patent application or of an undivided interest therein, be regarded, as a person within the United States who is not a national of any foreign country designated in section of Executive Order No. 8389, as amended, except as such organization or person shall be specifically excluded by the Alien Property Custodian from the effect of this section, by further regulation under $ 503.11. [G.O. 11, Reg. 5, Sept. 14, 1944, 9 F.R. 11462)

$ 503.11-6 Applications for patents; non-exclusive licenses. For the purposes of $ 503.11, a non-exclusive license under an application for patent, arising by virtue of an agreement validly entered into before the filing of such application (if such filing takes place after the date of this section), to any partnership, association, corporation or other organization which is organized under the laws of the United States, or any of them, or any resident of the United States, shall not be considered to be a past or present interest of any foreign country or any national thereof in such patent application or in any patent issuing thereon. [G.O. 11, Reg. 6, Nov. 6, 1944, 9 F.R. 13282]

$ 503.13–4 Works subject to copyright; non-applicability to transactions by or with custodian. The prohibitions of $ 503.13 shall not apply to any transactions by or with the Custodian. (G.O. 13, Reg. 4, June 24, 1943, 9 F.R. 10349]

$ 503.18 Report of royalties due and payable to the Alien Property Custodian under vested patent rights.

CODIFICATION: Wherever the words "Office of Alien Property Custodian, Chicago office, Chicago, Illinois" appear in paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of $ 503.18, the words "Office of Alien Property Custodian, New York office, New York, New York” were inserted, by Regulation, Alien Property Custodian, July 22, 1944, effective July 26, 1944, 9 F.R. 8975.

$ 503.21 Extension of time for filing notices of claim under vesting orders.

CODIFICATION: In $ 503.21 the time for filing notices of claim was extended to Aug. 1, 1944, by General Order 21, Mar. 15, 1944,

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9 FR. 3140, 3254; to Dec. 1, 1944, by General Order 21, July 12, 1944, 9 F.R. 8004; and to Apr. 1, 1945, by General Order 21, Nov. 15, 1944, 9 FR. 13741.

$ 503.27 Investigation of property owned by persons to be repatriated. (a) Any person proposed for repatriation to an enemy country shall, upon demand by a duly authorized representative of the Alien Property Custodian, prepare (or assist the representative of the Alien Property Custodian in preparing), sign and certify a report on Form APC–48 (which is hereby adopted and made a part of this section)i of all property of any nature whatsoever within the United States, its territories and possessions, which is owned or controlled by, payable or deliverable to, held on behalf or for the account of such person or in which such person has any interest of any nature whatsoever.

(b) Such duly authorized representatives of the Alien Property Custodian are hereby authorized to accept any books of account, records, contracts, letters, documents, memoranda, or other papers held in the custody of any person proposed for repatriation, which are useful in establishing the ownership or control of any such property.

(c) For the purposes of this section:

(1) “Person proposed for repatriation" shall mean any person who has been designated by the Department of State of the United States as one who may be repatriated to a designated enemy country;

(2) "Designated enemy country" shall mean any foreign country against which the United States has declared the existence of a state of war (Germany, Italy, Japan, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Rumania) and any other country with which the United States is at war in the future.

(3) "A duly authorized representative of the Alien Property Custodian” shall include any person who possesses an identification card (bearing his signature and photograph) certifying that he is employed as an investigator, attorney, examiner, business analyst, or in any other responsible position in the Office of Alien Property Custodian. [G.O. 27, Aug. 23, 1943, 9 F.R. 2875]

$ 503.30 Valuation of rate of exchange of monetary units of enemy countries. (a) That for the purpose and solely for the purpose of discharging claims and rights of foreign countries and nationals thereof against citizens and residents of the United States which by contract or agreement made or entered into by the parties prior to vesting are dischargeable by payment in monetary units of certain enemy countries and which have heretofore been or shall hereafter be vested by the Alien Property Custodian, the equivalent of the monetary units of such enemy countries shall be computed as follows:

(1) German Reichsmarks at forty (40) cents, United States currency, each.

(2) Japanese Yen at twenty three and four-tenths (23.4) cents, United States currency, each.

(3) Hungarian Pengo at nineteen and sixtenths (19.6) cents, United States currency, each.

(4) Bulgarian Lev at one and two-tenths (1.2) cent, United States currency, each.

(5) Rumanian Leu at seven tenths of one cent (0.7), United States currency, each.

(b) All persons now indebted or who shall hereafter be indebted to the Alien Property Custodian on any claims as aforesaid are hereby ordered and directed to pay such debts, as they become due and payable, in United States currency, computed as above set forth.

(c) Any payment made and computed pursuant to this section shall be and constitute a full acquittance and discharge for all purposes of the person making the same for the obligation paid thereby.

(d) Nothing herein shall be deemed in any way to affect or alter any provisions of any contract or agreement made or entered into by the parties prior to vesting by the Alien Property Custodian whereby there is established a method of computing such equivalents.

(e) The Alien Property Custodian reserves the right to vary or modify the foregoing basis of computation from time to time by general order or by amendment hereto, or in specific cases upon a finding by the Alien Property Custodian that application of this section would be inequitable. [G.O. 30, Mar. 9, 1944, 9 F.R. 2771]

$ 503.31 Prohibition of transactions and appointment of agents and delegates. (a) The following transactions are prohibited unless authorized by the

* Not filed with the Division of the Federal Register.

Alien Property Custodian, or by an agent have power to make and to revoke, on and delegate appointed by the Alien behalf of the Alien Property Custodian, Property Custodian, or by a supervisor authorizations of transactions. designated by the Alien Property Cus- (c) Frank J. Garvey, as Assistant to todian or by one of his said agents and the Alien Property Custodian, is hereby delegates as hereinafter provided:

further appointed and designated as (1) All transactions involving any

agent and delegate of the Alien Propproperty, control of which has been re- erty Custodian to make and to revoke on leased by the Secretary of the Treasury

his behalf authorizations of transactions pursuant to Executive Order No. 9095, with respect to any bank, branch of bank, as amended (3 CFR Cum. Supp.), subject insurance company or branch of insurto the power and authority conferred

ance company, or any property of any upon the Alien Property Custodian; and

bank, branch of bank, insurance com

pany or branch of insurance company, (2) All transactions by, or with, or on

subject to the authority and power conbehalf of, or pursuant to the direction of,

ferred upon the Alien Property Custodian, any business enterprise of which the

and to designate for any specific bank, Alien Property Custodian has undertaken

branch of bank, insurance company or the supervision, or which he has vested,

branch of insurance company, supervior assets of or interests in which he has

sors who shall have power to make and vested, or involving any property in

to revoke, on behalf of the Alien Property which such business enterprise has any

Custodian, authorizations of transacinterest, control of such property or busi

tions. ness enterprise having been released by the Secretary of the Treasury pursuant

(d) This section supersedes the certo Executive Order No. 9095, as amended.

tificates of appointment executed by

the Alien Property Custodian October 30, (b) C. R. Bergherm, as Chief of the

1942, in favor of S. James Crowley and Division of Business Operations and Liq- Edward C. Tefft (7 F.R. 8910), May 8, uidation, Thomas H. Creighton, Jr., as

1943, in favor of Francis J. McNamara, Chief of the Property Division, Fritz Homer Jones and Howland H. Sargeant Machlup, as Acting Chief of the Division (8 F.R. 6694), September 11, 1943, in of Investigation and Research, Howland

favor of Roger E. Brooks (8 F.R. 12839), H. Sargeant, as Chief of the Division of and April 18, 1944, in favor of Frank J. Patent Administration, Roger E. Brooks, Garvey (9 F.R. 4485). Nothing conas Manager of the Honolulu Office of the tained herein shall affect the validity of Office of Alien Property Custodian, anything heretofore done under authorFrank J. Garvey, as Assistant to the

ity of the aforementioned certificates of Alien Property Custodian and Manager

appointment, nor of anything hereafter of the New York Office of the Office of

done under purported authority of the Alien Property Custodian, Lloyd L.

same which would be valid under authorShaulis, as Secretary, and W. D. Bradford, as Assistant to the Alien Property

ity of this section. (G.O. 31, July 10, Custodian, are hereby appointed and

1944, 9 F.R. 7739, as amended by Special designated, severally, as agents and dele

Reg. 2, July 22, 1944, 9 F.R. 8975, and gates of the Alien Property Custodian to

by Amdt., Dec. 12, 1944, 9 F.R. 14573) make and to revoke, on behalf of the CODIFICATION: $ 503.31 was amended by deAlien Property Custodian, authorizations leting the name "Thomas H. Creighton" apof transactions with respect to any prop

pearing in paragraph (b) and substituting erty or business enterprise (other than

therefor the name "Thomas H. Creighton, a bank, branch of bank, insurance com

Jr." by Special Regulation 2, July 22, 1944, 9

F.R. 8975. pany or branch of insurance company, or any property of a bank, branch of $ 503.31 was further amended Dec. 12, 1944, bank, insurance company or branch of

9 F.R. 14573 as follows: insurance company) subject to the au

By striking therefrom the words "Homer thority and power conferred upon the

Jones, as Chief of the Division of InvestigaAlien Property Custodian; and with re

tion and Research" and inserting in lieu

thereof the words "Fritz Machlup, as Acting spect to any such specific property or

Chief of the Division of Investigation and business enterprise subject to such au

Research" and by striking therefrom the thority and power, to appoint and des- words "W. D. Bradford, as Chief of the Nonignate supervisors for such specific prop- Enemy Enterprise Section, Division of Busierty or business enterprise, who shall ness Operations and Liquidation", and insert

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