22 U.S. Code § 176 to 181 - Repealed.

Act Aug. 1, 1956, repealed sections 176 to 181 effective upon the date which the President determined to be appropriate for the relinquishment of jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco. Jurisdiction of the United States in Morocco was relinquished by memorandum of President Eisenhower dated Sept. 15, 1956. Notice was given to Morocco on Oct. 6, 1956, and all pending cases were disposed of by 1960. See Bulletin of the State Department Vol. 35:909, page 844.
Section 176, R.S. § 4128, related to the exercise of judicial duties by the Secretary of State in the absence of a minister.
Section 177, R.S. §§ 4127, 4129; act June 14, 1878, ch. 193, 20 Stat. 131, related to the general extension to unnamed countries with which the United States may after July 1, 1870 enter into treaty relations, of the provisions relating to the jurisdiction of consular and diplomatic officers.
Section 178, R.S. § 4130; acts Feb. 1, 1876, ch. 6, 19 Stat. 2; Feb. 5, 1915, ch. 23, § 6,38 Stat. 806, related to the definition of the words “minister” and “consul”.
Section 179, R.S. § 4110, related to the responsibility of diplomatic and consular officers as judicial officers.
Section 180, R.S. § 4088; act Apr. 5, 1906, ch. 1366, § 3,34 Stat. 100, related to the power of consuls in uncivilized countries or countries not recognized by treaties.
Section 181, R.S. § 4125, related to the applicability of other laws to Turkey.

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