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Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D. C.* (Sec. 4, 47 Stat. 165; 8 U.S.C. 399b (d)) [14-A-1, Nat. R. & Regs., as amended by G.O. 253, Sept. 29, 1937, 2 F.R. 2069]

*$$83.1 to 83.4, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 28, 34 Stat. 606, sec. 8, 45 Stat. 1515; 8 U.S.C. 356. Statutes interpreted or applied and statutes giving special authority are listed in parentheses at the end of specific sections.

83.2 Application for certification of records; contents. If the certification referred to in $ 83.1 be desired for use in complying with a statute, the date and citation of the statute concerned shall be stated in the application. If it be desired for use in a judicial proceeding, the application shall set forth the title and character of the proceeding and the court in which it is pending, and shall be accompanied by an order of such court requesting the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization to supply the certification. The application shall state the title and address of the officer or the court to whom the certification shall be sent.* (Sec. 4, 47 Stat. 165; 8 U.S.C. 399b (d)) [14-A-2, Nat. R. & Regs., as amended by G.O. 253, Sept. 29, 1937, 2 F.R. 2069]

83.3 Certification of declaration of intention; photographs required. If the application on Form 2605 be for certification of a declaration of intention in lieu of one filed with a petition for naturalization, the application must be accompanied by two photographs of the applicant in accordance with Part 74.* (Sec. 4, 47 Stat. 165; 8 U.S.C. 399b (d)) [14-A-3, Nat. R. & Regs., as amended by G.O. 253, Sept. 29, 1937, 2 F.R. 2069]

83.4 Clerk of court; when authorized to certify naturalization records. No clerk of court shall make any certification under 88 83.1–83.3 of any naturalization records, except upon appropriate order of the court.* (Sec. 4, 47 Stat. 165; 8 U.S.C. 399bTM (d)) [14-A-4, Nat. R. & Regs., as amended by G.O. 253, Sept. 29, 1937, 2 F.R. 2069]

PART 84-RENUNCIATION OF CITIZENSHIP

Section 84.1 Form of oath; by whom furnished; disposition of record. Blank form of oath in connection with renunciation of citizenship (Form Fd. 5) under section 3 of the Citizenship Act, approved 12 noon, E. S. T., May 24 1934 (48 Stat. 797; 8 U.S.C. 17a), is furnished in triplicate by the Central Office. When the oath is executed, one copy shall be retained as a record of the court and two copies shall be forwarded to the Central Office, one for its files and the other for transmission to the Department of State. (Sec. 28, 34 Stat. 606, sec. 8, 45 Stat. 1515; 8 U.S.C. 356) (15–1, Nat. R. & Régs., Dec. 1, 1936]

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*For statutory citation, see note to 8 83.1.

PART 85-CITIZENSHIP AND NATURALIZATION OF

WOMEN

Sec.

Sec.
85.1 Woman married to alien eligible to 85.8 Native Puerto Rican woman.
citizenship.

85.4 American born woman formerly 85.2 Woman who resided abroad with married to alien.

alien husband or married alien 85.5 Native Hawaiian woman,

ineligible to citizenship. Section 85.1 Woman married to alien eligible to citizenship. A woman who has lost her United States citizenship by marriage to an alien eligible to citizenship (other than a woman of the class described in $ 85.4), or by reason of the loss of United States citizenship by her husband and has not acquired any other nationality by affirmative act, is not required to have a declaration of intention or a certificate of arrival, or to reside for any period of time within the United States or the county where her petition for citizenship is filed. She may file her petition in any court exercising naturalization jurisdiction, regardless of her place of residence. If a certificate executed by a naturalization examiner on Form 2800 is attached to the original and duplicate petition at the time it is filed, the petition may be heard at any time after the date it is filed, except within the period of 30 days next preceding any election general to the court. The foregoing provisions of this section do not apply to a woman whose United States citizenship originated solely by reason of her marriage to a citizen of the United States or by reason of the acquisition of United States citizenship by her husband.*+ (Sec. 2 (a), 46 Stat. 854; 8 U.S.C. 369) (16-A-1a]

*88 85.1 to 85.5, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 28, 34 Stat. 606, sec. 8, 45 Stat. 1515; 8 U.S.C. 356. Statutes interpreted or applied and statutes giving special authority are listed in parentheses at the end of specific sections.

*The source of 88 85.1 to 85.5, inclusive, is Naturalization rules and regulations, I&NS, Dec. 1, 1936.

85.2 Woman who resided abroad with alien husband or married alien ineligible to citizenship. A woman who had lost her United States citizenship prior to March 3, 1931, by residence abroad after marriage to an alien or by marriage to an alien ineligible to citizenship (other than a woman of the class described in § 85.4), and has not acquired any other nationality by affirmative act, may proceed toward naturalization under the conditions and in the manner provided for women described in $ 85.1.** (Sec. 4 (a), 46 Stat. 1511; 8 U.S.C. 369a) [16-A-1b]

85.3 Native Puerto Rican woman. A woman who is a native of Puerto Rico and is permanently residing therein and who, prior to March 2, 1917, had lost her American nationality by reason of her marriage to an alien eligible to citizenship, or by reason of the loss of United States citizenship by her husband, may proceed toward naturalization under the conditions and in the manner provided for women described in $ 85.1.** (48 Stat. 1245; 48 U.S.C. 733b) (16-A-1c]

**For statutory and source citations, see note to § 85.1.

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85.4 American born woman formerly married to alien. A woman who was a native born citizen of the United States; has or is believed to have lost United States citizenship solely by reason of her marriage prior to September 22, 1922, to an alien; and whose marital status with such alien has or shall have terminated, is deemed to be a citizen of the United States to the same extent as though her marriage to such alien had taken place on or after September 22, 1922. However, no such woman shall have or claim any rights as a citizen of the United States until she shall have duly taken the oath of allegiance as described in section 4 of the Act of June 29, 1906 (34 Stat. 598; & U.S.C. 381). Such woman shall take the oath of allegiance to the United States if at any place within or under the jurisdiction of the United States, before a court exercising naturalization jurisdiction, using for that purpose Form 2234 of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Form 2234, which constitutes the court record of the transaction, should be executed in triplicate. The original should be retained as the record of the court and the duplicate forwarded to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D. C., through the proper district director or divisional director of immigration and naturalization on the first day of the succeeding month. The clerk of court shall furnish to the applicant, upon her demand, at a cost not exceeding one dollar, a certified copy of the proceedings, under the seal of the court, including a copy of the oath administered. For that purpose the triplicate copy of Form 2234, which should be duly certified by the clerk, may be furnished to such applicant. If no such demand be made thé triplicate, uncertified, shall be forwarded with the duplicate as provided above.*+ (49 Stat. 1917; 8 U.S.C. Sup., 9a) (16-B-1, 2]

85.5 Native Hawaiian woman. A woman born in the Territory of Hawaii prior to June 14, 1900, who had lost her United States citizenship prior to March 3, 1931, by residence abroad after marriage to an alien or by marriage to an alien ineligible to citizenship, and has not acquired any other nationality by affirmative act, must have resided in the United States on July 2, 1932, in order to be eligible to proceed to obtain naturalization in the manner described in § 85.1.** (47 Stat. 571; 8 U.S.C. 368b) AMATEUR RADIO: RADIO STATIONS AND OPERATORS: See Telecom

munication, 47 CFR Part 12. AMERICAN ANTIQUITIES, PRESERVATION : See Indians, 25 CFR Part 11.

Public Lands: Interior Department, 43 CFR Part 3. AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION: See National Defense,

32 CFR Chapter V. AMERICAN TRADE, PROTECTION AND PROMOTION: See Foreign Rela

tions, 22 CFR Part 95. ANCHORAGE AND NAVIGATION REGULATIONS; ST. MARY'S RIVER,

MICHIGAN: See Navigation and Navigable Waters, 33 CFR Part 323. ANCHORAGE REGULATIONS: See Navigation and Navigable Waters, 33 CFR

Part 202.

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**For statutory and source citations, see note to 8 79.1

TITLE 9/ANIMALS AND ANIMAL

PRODUCTS

Chapter 1-Bureau of Animal Industry, Department of Agriculture....-
Chapter II—Bureau of Dairy Industry, Department of Agriculture...

Part

1 301

CROSS REFERENCES

Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Department of Agriculture: See Agricul

ture, 7 CFR Chapter I. Bureau of Customs, Department of the Treasury: See Customs Duties, 19 CFR

Chapter I. Customs relations with contiguous foreign territory: See Customs Duties, 19

CFR Part 3. Customs regulations relating to special classes of merchandise: See Customs

Duties, 19 CFR Part 10. Food and Drug Administration, Department of Agriculture: See Food and

Drugs, 21 CFR Chapter I. Interstate Commerce Commission: See Transportation and Railroads, 49 CFR

Chapter I. United States Public Health Service, Department of the Treasury: See Public

Health, 42 CFR Chapter I.

CHAPTER I–BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Part

Part SUBCHAPTER A Meat Inspection 18 Reinspection and preparation of Regulations

meat and products 1 General provisions

19 Market inspection 2 Scope of inspection

20 Reports 3 Organization of force

21 Appeals 4 Applications for inspection or ex- 22 Cooperation with local authorities

emption; retail butchers, retail 23 Bribery, counterfeiting, etc.
dealers, and farmers

24 Export stamps and certificates Official numbers and inauguration 25 Transportation of inspection

26 Food and Drugs Act requirements 6 Assignment of bureau employees

and penalties 7 Facilities for inspection

27 Imported meat and products 8 Sanitation

28 Inspection of cattle at unofficial 9 Ante-mortem inspection

places 10 Post-mortem inspection

29 Inspection and handling of horse 11 Disposal of diseased carcasses and meat and products thereof parts

SUBCHAPTER B-Prevention of 12 Carcasses of animals slaughtered

Animal Diseases : Cooperation without ante-mortem inspection

with States 13 Tank rooms and tanks 14 Tanking and denaturing condemned 51 Bang's Disease (infectious aborcarcasses and parts

tion) in cattle 15 Rendering carcasses and parts into 52 Dourine in horses and asses lard and tallow, and other sterili- 53 Foot-and-mouth disease,

pleurozation

pneumonia, rinderpest, and other 16 Marking, branding, and identifying contagious or infectious animal meat and products

diseases 17 Labeling

58 Mastitis in cows

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Part

Part 65 Tuberculous and paratuberculous 96 Restriction of importations of forcattle condemned

eign animal casings offered for 66 Tuberculous cattle condemned un entry into the United States

der the Act of Congress, approved SUBCHAPTER E—Viruses, Serums, April 7, 1934

Toxins, and Analogous Products SUBCHAPTER C—Interstate Trans- 101 General provisions and rules of portation of Animals and Poultry

practice 71 General provisions

102 Licenses and permits 72 Texas (splenetic) fever in cattle 108 Sanitation 73 Scabies in cattle

109 Sterilization 74 Scabies in sheep

110 Storage 75 Dourbine in horses and asses

111 Records 76 Hog cholera, swine plague, and 112 Labels and collection of samples

other communicable swine dis- 114 Production, testing, etc.
eases.

115 Retesting 77 Tuberculosis in cattle

116 Reports 81 European fowl pest and similar 117 Animals poultry diseases

118 Hog-cholera virus SUBCHAPTER D-Exportation and

119 Anti-hog-cholera serum Importation of Animals and Ani- 120 Bacterins, vaccines, toxins, etc.

121 Admission of viruses, serums, toxmal Products

ins, and analogous products 91 Inspection and handling of live- 131 Handling of anti-hog-cholera serum stock for exportation (except to

and hog-cholera virus Mexico)

SUBOHAPTER F-Animal Breeds 92 Importation of livestock into the

United States (except from Mex- 151 Recognition of breeds and purebred ico)

animals 93 Special regulations governing ex SUBCHAPTER GRegulations under

port and import of livestock to the Packers and Stockyards Act and from Mexico

201. Stockyards regulations 94 Rinderpest and foot-and-mouth dis- 202 Rules or practice governing pro

ease; prohibited and restricted ceedings under the Packers and importations

Stockyards Act 95 Sanitary control of animal by-prod- 203 Authorizations for inspection of

ucts (except casings) and hay and livestock
straw, offered for entry into the 204 Posted stockyards and live poultry
United States

markets

SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLICATIONS

The analytical control of proprietary arsenical cattle dips, Bureau of Animal

Industry. May 3, 1935. Circular letters 1369, 1501, 1520, 1533, 1551, 1554, 1555, 1594, 1597, 1625, 1627,

1636, 1637, 1662, 1681, 1694, 1703, 1706, 1709, 1711, 1732, 1750, 1758, 1764, 1767, 1796, 1798, 1825, 1856, 1883, 1895, 1910, 1922, 1997, 2025, 2040, 2060, 2094,

2095, 2105, 2106, Bureau of Animal Industry. Irregular. (Circ. letter, BAI.) Declaration 11, declaring names of counties placed in modified accredited areas

for tuberculosis, Bureau of Animal Industry. July 1, 1936. Amendment 1,

Aug. 1, 1936. Amendment 2, Sept. 1, 1936. Declaration 12, declaring names of counties placed in modified tuberculosis-free

accredited areas and amendments 1 to 29 and subsequent amendments, Bureau

of Animal Industry. Monthly, no. 17, Oct. 1, 1936 Directions for use of field outfit (N-3) for testing nicotine dipping baths, ap

proved for official use by the Bureau of Animal Industry, United States

Department of Agriculture. Undated. A field test for lime-sulphur dipping baths, Bureau of Animal Industry. Jan. 12, 1915.

(U. S. Dept. Agric. bull. 163) Instructions concerning work under regulations governing interstate movement

of livestock, Bureau of Animal Industry. 1928. Laboratory and field assay of arsenical dips, Bureau of Animal Industry. Apr. 29, 1914.

(U. S. Dept. Agric. bull. 76)

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