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PUBLIC LAWS-CHS. 878, 879-AUG. 8,1946 amount or addition thereto not arising from any act, omission, neg- lect, failure, or delay on the part of the Custodian. Exemption accorded "' (e) Any tax exemption accorded to the Alien Property Custodian by specific provision of existing law shall not be affected by this section. nsurance. "'SEc. 37. The Alien Property Custodian may procure insurance in such amounts, and from such insurers, as he believes will adequately protect him against loss in connection with property or interest or proceeds held by him."' Ante, p. 51 . SEC. 2. Subdivisions (C) and (D) of section 32 (a) (2) of the Trading With the Enemy Act are hereby amended to read as follows: Persons voluntarily (C) an individual voluntarily resident at any time since resident in enemy ter- ritory. December 7, 1941, within the territory of such nation, other than a citizen of the United States or a diplomatic or consular officer of a nation with which the United States has not at any time Exception. since December 7, 1941, been at war: Provided,That an individual who, while in the territory of a nation with which the United States has at any time since December 7, 1941, been at war, was deprived of life or substantially deprived of liberty pursuant to any law, decree or regulation of such nation discriminating against political, racial or religious groups, shall not be deemed to have voluntarily resided in such territory; or Citizen orsubjeetof "(D) an individual who was at any time after December 7 1941, a citizen or subject of a nation with which the United States has at any time since December 7, 1941, been at war, and who on or after December 7, 1941, and prior to the date of the enact- ment of this section, was present (other than in the service of the United States) in the territory of such nation or in any territory occupied by the military or naval forces thereof or engaged in any business in any such territory: Provided, That notwith- standing the provisions of this subdivision (D), return may be made to an individual who, as a consequence of any law, decree or regulation of the nation of which he was then a citizen or sub- ject, discriminating against political, racial or religious groups, has at no time between December 7, 1941, and the time when such law, decree or regulation was abrogated, enjoyed full rights of citizenship under the law of such nation; or". SEC. 3. The section added to The Trading With the Enemy Act by Ante, p. 182. Public Law 382, Seventy-ninth Congress, is hereby amended by insert- ing "38" after "SEC.". Approved August 8, 1946. August 8, 1946 [H. J. Res. 3661 [Public Law 672] Great Lakes. Eradication of sea lampreys. Cooperation w i t h State agencies, etc. [CHAPTER 879] JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing and directing the Director of the Fish and Wildlife Service of the Department of the Interior to investigate and eradicate the predatory sea lampreys of the Great Lakes. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Director of the Fish and Wildlife Service of the Department of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to prosecute, for a period of not to exceed ten years from the date of approval of this joint resolution, investi- gations of the abundance and distribution of sea lampreys, experi- ments to develop control measures, and a vigorous program for the elimination and eradication of sea lamprey populations of the Great Lakes. SEC. 2. In carrying out the foregoing purposes and objectives the Director of the Fish and Wildlife Service is authorized to cooperate 930 [60 STAT.