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Current through Pub. L. 113-52. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)

Current through Pub. L. 113-52. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)

Sec. 1. Designation of Act. 2. Definitions. 3. Acts prohibited. 4. Licenses to enemy or ally of enemy insurance or reinsurance companies; change of name; doing business in United States. 5. Suspension of provisions relating to ally of enemy; regulation of transactions in foreign exchange of gold or silver, property transfers, vested interests, enforcement and penalties. 6. Alien Property Custodian; general powers and duties. 6a. Incurment of expenses by Office of Alien Property Custodian. 6b. Omitted. 7. Lists of enemy or ally of enemy officers, directors or stockholders of corporations in United States; acts constituting trade with enemy prior to passage of Act; conveyance of property to custodian; voluntary payment to custodian by holder; acts under order, rule, or regulation. 8. Contracts, mortgages, or pledges against or with enemy or ally of enemy; abrogation of contracts; suspension of limitations. 9. Claims to property transferred to custodian; notice of claim; filing; return of property; suits to recover; sale of claimed property in time of war or during national emergency. 10. Acts permitted; applications for patents, or registration of trade-marks or copyrights; payment of tax in relation thereto; licenses under enemy owned patent or copyright; statements by licensees; term and cancellation; suits against licensees; restraining infringements; powers of attorney; keeping secret inventions. 11. Importations prohibited. 12. Property transferred to Alien Property Custodian. 13. Statements by masters of vessels and owners of cargoes before granting clearances. 14. False manifest; refusal of clearance; reports of gold or silver coin in cargoes for export. 15. Omitted. 16. Offenses; punishment; forfeitures of property. 17. Rules by district courts; appeals. 18. Jurisdiction of courts of Philippines and Canal Zone of offenses. 19. Print, newspaper or publication in foreign languages. 20. Fees of agents, attorneys, or representatives. 21. Claims of naturalized citizens as affected by expatriation. 22. Fugitives from justice barred from recovery. 23. Payment of income, etc., by Alien Property Custodian. 24. Payment of taxes and expenses by Alien Property Custodian. 25. Investments by Custodian in participating certificates issued by Secretary of the Treasury; transfers to and payments from German, Austrian or Hungarian special deposit accounts; allocation of payments. 26. Allocation of “unallocated interest fund”. 27. Return by Custodian, to United States, of payments under licenses, assignments or sales of patents. 28. “Unallocated interest fund” defined. 29. Waiver by Custodian of demand for property; acceptance of less amount; approval of Attorney General. 30. Attachment or garnishment of funds or property held by Custodian. 31. “Member of the former ruling family” defined. 32. Return of property. 33. Notice of claim; institution of suits; computation of time. 34. Payment of debts. 35. Hearings on claims; rules and regulations; delegation of powers. 36. Taxes. 37. Insurance of property. 38. Shipment of relief supplies; definitions. 39. Retention of properties or interests of Germany and Japan and their nationals; proceeds covered into Treasury; ex gratia payment to Switzerland. 40. Intercustodial conflicts involving enemy property; authority of President to conclude; delegation of authority. 41. Divestment of estates, trusts, insurance policies, annuities, remainders, pensions, workmen’s compensation and veterans’ benefits; exceptions; notice of divestment. 42. Claims for proceeds from sale of certain certificates: jurisdiction, limitations; divestment of copyrights: “copyrights” defined, rights of licensees and assignees, reproduction rights of United States, transfer of interests, payment of royalties to Attorney General, suits for infringement. 43. Divestment of trademarks. 44. Motion picture prints, transfer of title.
Termination of World War and Emergency

The Trading with the enemy Act was expressly excepted from the operation and effect of Joint Res. Mar. 3, 1921, ch. 136, 41 Stat. 1359, declaring that certain Acts of Congress, joint resolutions, and proclamations should be construed as though the World War had ended and the then present or existing emergency expired.


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