Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/1200

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. S76-OCT. 14 , 1940 Felonies-Cont. admitted to be a citizen, after having been so naturalized or admitted. (20) To engrave, without lawful authority, any plate in the likeness of any plate designed for the printing of a declaration of intention, or certificate of naturalization, or certificate of citizenship, or any other documentary evidence of naturalization or of citizenship. (21) To cause or procure to be engraved, without lawful authority, any plate in the likeness of any plate designed for the printing of a declaration of intention, or certificate of naturalization, or certificate of citizenship, or any other documentary evidence of naturalization or of citizenship. (22) To assist in engraving, without lawful authority, any plate in the likeness of any plate designed for the printing of a declaration of intention, or certificate of naturalization, or certificate of citizenship, or any other documentary evidence of naturalization or of citizenship. (23) To sell any plate in the likeness of any plate designed for the printing of a declaration of intention, or certificate of naturalization, or certificate of citizenship, or any other documentary evidence of nat- uralization or of citizenship, except by direction of the Commissioner or other proper officer of the United States. (24) To bring into the United States from any foreign place any plate in the likeness of any plate designed for the printing of a declaration of intention, certificate of naturalization, or certificate of citizenship or any other documentary evidence of naturalization or of citizenship, except by direction of the Commissioner or other proper officer of the United States. (25) To have in the control, custody, or possession of any such alien or other person, any metallic plate engraved after the similitude of any plate from which any declaration of intention, or certificate of naturalization, or certificate of citizenship, or any other documentary evidence of naturalization or of citizenship, has been or is to be printed, with intent to use or to suffer such plate to be used in forg- ing or counterfeiting any such declaration of intention, or certificate of naturalization, or certificate of citizenship, or other documentary evidence or any part thereof. (26) To bring into the United States from any foreign place, except by direction of the Commissioner or other proper officer of the United States, any declaration of intention, or certificate of naturali- zation, or certificate of citizenship, or any other documentary evi- dence of naturalization or of citizenship, printed from any metallic plate engraved after the similitude of any plate from which any declaration of intention, certificate of naturalization, or certificate of citizenship, or any other documentary evidence of naturalization or of citizenship has been or is to be printed. (27) To have in his possession, without lawful authority, any blank certificate of arrival, blank declaration of intention, or blank certifi- cate of naturalization or of citizenship, provided by the Service, with the intent unlawfully to use the same. (28) To have in his possession a distinctive paper which has been adopted by the proper officer or agency of the United States for the printing or engraving of any declaration of intention, or certificate of naturalization or of citizenship, with intent unlawfully to use the same. (29) To print, photograph, make, or execute, or in any manner cause to be printed, photographed, made, or executed, without law- ful authority, any print or impression in the likeness of any certifi- cate of arrival, declaration of intention, or certificate of naturaliza- tion or of citizenship, or any part thereof. (30) Knowingly to procure or attempt to procure an alien or other person to violate any of the provisions of this Act. [54 STAT.