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Grounds for refusal.-

128, 129, 264, 275-308, 309-319
Abandonment of family.

310, 312
American wives of aliens_-

314-316
Anarchists; revolutionary radicals.- 180, 275, 323, 343, 349, 351, 352, 355, 356
Blackmail

310
Bolshevists.

356, 357-359, 360–361
Citizenship-

73, 128, 129, 180, 275, 309, 310, 320-322, 344
“Confidence men”.

311, 339
Communists_

73,
128, 129, 162, 180, 195, 229, 244–245, 246, 253, 263, 268, 324-327,

332–335, 374_380.
Congressional investigating committees -

267
Connection with American business abroad..

302–304, 307
Consent of parent or guardian.-

319
Contumacy

276
Conviction of crime---

73, 128, 129, 311-313
Crime in foreign country-

277, 309, 311, 338-340
Dishonorable discharge-

319
Drait evaders

266
Evading justice--

73, 128, 129, 167, 180, 263, 271, 311, 312
Expatriates-----

167, 266, 271, 275, 285, 302, 306-308, 318
Foreign-born wife of American citizen.--

284
Foreign domicile, or residence--

279-284, 318
Foreign military service_

266, 317
Foreign residence of citizens by birth--

284-291
Persons born in the United States

_287288, 297, 299, 301, 318
Persons born abroad.-

288–291
Foreign residence of naturalized citizens.

291-294, 318
Country of origin.

291-293, 302
In third country-

293–294
Gambling----

167, 309
Geographic restrictions_-

73, 190-194
Holding office in foreign country-

277, 278, 316
Illegal activities --

275, 310-311
Intent to return (Moore)

294-302, 303-305
Mental illness---

73, 128, 129, 180, 265, 267, 319
Missionaries

281, 305-306
Moral character and conduct_

167, 276, 277, 309, 310
Narcotics_

167, 312
Paroled criminals---

167, 313
Participation in foreign politics---

128, 167, 180, 311, 316-317, 318
Passport fraud..

73, 234, 312, 313
Persons under court restraint-

73, 266
Polygamy (Mormons)-

275, 276
Poverty ; financial irresponsibility.

128, 129, 180, 264, 265, 267
Prostitutes---

167, 310
Refusal to take oath..

319
Requests from other Government agencies.

266
Renunciation of allegiance..

277-279, 318
Representation abroad of legitimate American enterprises.-

301
Use of foreign passports----

313-314, 314-316
Violation of United States laws.--- 229, 254, 266, 271, 275, 276, 311, 312
War power ; travel in enemy country-

167, 168, 188–189, 234
History of passports in the United States.. 61, 158–160, 165, 166, 175, 262-263
Generally-

158, 165, 166
Journalists : Limitations on validity of passports.

187-208
Legislation pertaining to passports--

160-162,

175, 177, 187, 185–186, 210-213, 264
Pending bills---

377-380
Missionaries

281, 305-306
Passport, contents of_

371-373
Passport Office personnel..

76
Persons entitled to passports.--

164, 210, 214, 323
Procedure followed in State Department in denying or issuing passport - 62-66,

69, 77, 177
Refusal of Passports :
Peacetime.

167, 323
War and national emergency-

168, 348

Regulations of the Department of State concerning passports:

Page
1 August 1952 regulations---

--- 59, 60, 72, 73, 75, 77, 263, 269
Text (22 C. F. R. 51.135–43).

66
Denials under--

128, 129
1956 regulations:
Distinguished from 1952 rules.-

59, 60, 77
Text (22 C. F. R. 151.136; 143)

67, 68
Prior to Buuer v. Acheson.

177
Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations:
Sections:
51.1--

178, 269
51.2

178
51.75_.

178, 187, 269
51.76_

178
51.77_-

60, 187, 269
51.127-

237
51.135-143 (text)

229-230
51.135_

66, 72, 128, 129, 178, 183, 229, 253, 273
51.136.

66, 68, 75, 178, 229, 254
51.137

66, 178, 229, 254
51.138.

67, 178, 229, 254
51.139.

67, 126, 178, 230, 254
51.140

67, 178, 230, 254
51.141

67, 178, 230, 254
51.142

67, 178, 183, 230, 254
51.143.

67, 68, 178, 230, 255
51.151-170 (text).

231-233
51.151.

178, 231
51.152

178, 231
51.153_

178, 231
51.154.

178, 232
51.155_

178, 232
51.156.

178, 232
51.157.

178, 232
51.158_

178, 232
51.159_

178, 232
51.160_

178, 232
51.161.

179, 232
51.162

179, 232
51.163.

179, 232
51.164.

179, 233
51.165.

179, 233
51.166

179, 233
51.167

179, 233
51.168.

179, 233
51.169.

179, 233
51.170.

179, 183, 233, 273
52.1-52.9

179
52.1,

234
52.2

234
52.3..

234
52.4.

234
52.5_

23.
52.6.

234
52.7

235
52.8

237
52.9.

237
53.1.

179, 239, 269
53.2

179, 239
53.3.

179, 240
53.4.

179, 240
53.5.

179, 240
53.6.

179, 240
53.7

179, 240
53.8.

179, 240, 269, 273
53.9.

179, 240

Pag
86, 89-91, 93

Stamps used to restrict passport use_.
Statistics :

American prisoners in Red China..
Passports issued..
Passports refused -
Passport applications (data from)--
Passport refusals appealed.--

Travel between United States and the Soviet Union..
Wartime: Validity and issuance of passports.-

146, 156
72, 127, 128, 381-399
73, 127-130, 251

381-399
72, 127

142
234, 348

NAMES

Adams, Philip, Department of State (memorandum)

343, 357
Adams, John Quincy, Secretary of State---

263, 271
Adee, Alvey A., Department of State (memorandum)

344, 355
Acheson, Dean, Secretary of State_-

60, 250-252, 256
Balas, Cornel---

258
Barnett, Claude A.-

123
Barrere, Francis----

159
Bauer case.

272
Bayard, Secretary of State --

271, 348
Beam, Jacob D.

258
Blatt, Edward..

246
Boudin, Leonard

272-273
Browder, Earl

246, 324, 326
Bryan, Belton 0.

126
Buhrman, Parker W., Department of State-

338
Bullitt, Ambassador.-

324
Burke, Bryce-

106
Careathers, Benjamin.--

326
Carr, Wilbur J., Department of State (memorandum). -- 324, 329, 332, 333
Carrick, Ann----

106
Cartwright, Robert, Department of State_

106, 124, 143, 144
Testimony

58-102
Letters

146
Clark, William, judge.

120
Cobb, James, judge_-

104
Cowles, Mike

105
Darcy, Sam..

324, 327
Dardeck, Samuel --

327
Davis, Nathaniel P-

131-136, 138, 139
Davis, Norman H., Acting Secretary of State (memorandums)

352-354
Devine, Pat_

246
Dosenberg, Nicholas.-

246
Douglas, Paul H., United States Senator..
Douglas, William 0., United States Supreme Court Justice_

113, 114
Downey, John T.---

156
Dulles, John Foster, Secretary of State_-

206, 233
Edwards, Victor, Library of Congress (memorandum).

175, 185
Elg, Marie Elizabeth..

248, 320-322
Ernst, Morris L----

119
Fecteau, Richard..

156
Fisher, Adrian, Department of State (memorandums)

195, 209, 244
Flournoy, R. W., Department of State (memorandum) -

339, 345, 346
Ford, James W.

324, 326
Foster, William

324326, 332, 333
Garbor, Ossip-

246
Green, Gilbert_

326
Goodman, Julian---

106
Hackworth (Digest of International Law) -

189, 309-319
Hackworth, Green H., Department of State (memorandum)

341
Hardman, Carl M.-

339, 340
Henderson, Loy W., Department of State -

237
Hennings, Thomas C., Jr., United States Senator: Letter to Secretary of
State Dulles.-

57, 124, 125
Higbie, Leslie ----

106

131

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Hill, Robert C., Department of State --

120, 125
Letter to Senator Thomas C. Hennings, Jr., March 29, 1957-

58
Hinkle, May-

336–340
Hoar, Attorney General.

164, 320, 341
Holt, Cooper T.

115
Houle, John A.

156
Hudson, Roy B.

326
Hughes, Secretary of State_

344
Hull, Cordell, Secretary of State: Departmental orders.

200, 225, 324
Hurleigh, Robert F..

105
Hurley, W. L., Department of State-

360
Jacobs, Lou, Jr.

123
Johl, Margaret.-

321
Johnson, U. Alexis, United States Ambassador-

206
Kapotsy, Bela.

258
Karolyi, Count.

335
Keegan, J., Department of State (memorandum).

323
Kelley, Robert F., Department of State (memorandum)

333
Kellogg, Secretary of State_-

325, 333
Klots, Allen T., Department of State (memorandum)

335
Knight, Frances, Department of State.

209, 391
Knox, Attorney General.

164, 345, 346
Krumbein, Charles.

246
Kweit, Harry-

246
Lasky, Victor.

119, 122
Lawrence, David-

117
Lay, S. Houston..

126
Loeb, William---

123
Ludwig, Gilbert, letters :-

81, 84
Mackay, Cliff W-

102
Marton, Andrew.

258
McCaffrey, Joseph.-

106
McCann, Robert_

156
McCarran, Pat, United States Senator-

246
McCarthy, Charles J.--

156
McCormack, Joseph P.

156
Merrill, Keith.

329
Miller, Arthur..

130
Miller, Raymond C---

126
Moore (International Law Digest )

275-308
Moore, Ralph N.-

131
Morgan, Edward P.

106
Morgan, S. W., Department of State (memorandum)

310
Morton, Thruston B.-

126, 233
Moyer, Lawson A., Jr.--

126
Murphy, Francis T.

126
Murphy, Raymond E., Department of State (memorandum)

326
Murphy, Robert, Department of State-

79, 106, 124
Testimony before Senate Foreign Relations Committee.. 58, 62, 377-380
Nathan.--

272
Neal, Jack D.

126
Ng Faun..

164, 165, 180, 248, 320-321, 346
Nicholas, Ashley J., Department of State:
Testimony

58
Memorandums_

187, 262, 264, 268
Oatis, James --

192
Olds, Robert E., Department of State-

338
Olgin, M. J.-

332-335
Phillips, Christopher H.

126
Price, Leonard H.

126
Purviance, John H.

160
Redmond, Hugh F-

156
Robertson, Walter.

102, 104, 105, 111
Robeson, Paul..

173
Roosevelt, Franklin D., President: Executive orders..

214
Rotkin, Charles E ---

112, 123

Page
Schlechter, Mattias_-

321
Schoenfeld, N. F----

208
Scott, W. K., Department of State-

255
Seward, Secretary of State -

271, 348
Sharfin, Aaron..

246
Sharp, Freeman W., Library of Congress--

158
Shaw, G. Howland, Department of State (memorandums).

352, 355, 356
Sherman, Secretary of State_-

346
Shipley, Ruth, Department of State-

195, 246, 250, 252, 328
Shollenberger, Lewis W-

106
Sipes, John W.

126
Slayman, Charles H., Jr., letters to-
Gilbert Ludwig-

80
Frank Stanton..

117
Robert C. Hill.

145
Stanton, Frank..

79, 80, 116, 117
Stimson, Secretary of State--

325, 334
Stone, Martha-

326
Tappin, John L.----

126
Truman, Harry S., President: Proclamation.

238
Vogeler, Robert A..

120, 131-141, 262
Wagner, John P.

156
Welles, Sumner, Acting Secretary of State..

199
Weiner, William ---

246
White, Lincoln, State Department--

104, 111
Wilson, Woodrow, President..

347
Williams, Cranston.-

115
Winslow, Ezra D----

348
Wolfe, Bertram D.--

333
Worthy, William.---

76-80, 96, 102–105, 144, 267
Worthy v. Dulles--
Court records..

80–85, 147
Statement

143
Zacharias, Commander-

328

520

CASES

Achoa v. Hernandez y Morales (230 U. S. 139).

169
Aiko Matsuo v. Dulles (133 F. Supp. 711), opinion.

584
Allgeyer v. Louisiana (165 U. S. 589).

163, 169
Association of Westinghouse Salaried Employees v. Westinghouse Electric
Corporation (348 U. S. 437)--

173
Atherton v. United States (176 F. 2d 835)

167
Bauer v. Acheson (106 F. Supp. 445)

169, 172, 173, 177, 180, 181, 271
Opinion

503
Boudin v. Dulles (235 F. 2d 532).

183
Opinion

457
Boudin v. Dulles (136 F. Supp. 218).

-- 182, 183, 272, 273
Opinion

512
Brichi v. Dulles (248 F. 2d 561), opinion.

468
Browder v. United States (312 U. S. 335)

169
Opinion --

401
Cero Fina Consolidated Mine v. United States (92 F. Supp. 1016).

168
Chicago and Southern Airlines v. Waterman S. s. Corp. (333 U. S. 103). 169
Chin Chuck Ming v. Dulles (225 F. 2d 849), opinion..

562
Clark v. Dulles (129 F. Supp. 950)

181
Opinion

511
Communist Party of the United States v. Subversive Activities Control
Board (223 Fed. 531)--

170, 172, 271, 376
Correia v. Dulles (133 F. Supp. 442), opinion.-

588
Cox v. New Hampshire (312 U. S. 569).

569
Dayton v. Dulles (146 F. Supp. 876).

184
Opinion

515
Dayton v. Dulles (237 F. 2d 43).

183
Opinion ----

464
Dayton v. Dulles (357 U. S. 144).

437

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