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1150 August 8, 1949 [H. R. 1466] [Private Law 193] Daniel Kim. 43 Stat. 162. 8U.S.C.s 213(c). Quota deduction. August 8, 1949 [H. R . 2084] [Private Law 194] Telko and Yoshiko Horikawa. 43 Stat. 162 . 8 U. . C. 213(o). August 8, 1949 [. R. 280] (Private Law 196] Denise Simen Bon- tant. PRIVATE LAWS--CHS. 408-410-AUG. 8,1949 [CHAPTER 408] AN ACT For the relief of Daniel Kim. [63 STAT. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, in the admin- istration of the immigration and naturalization laws, the provisions of section 13 (c) of the Immigration Act of 1924, as amended, which exclude from admission into the United States persons who are ineligible to citizenship, shall not hereafter apply to Daniel Kim, a native of Korea, Korean race, national of Japan (the minor adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. David C. Kim, citizens of the United States, the father being an honorably discharged veteran of World War II) who last arrived in the United States at San Francisco, California, on September 1, 1948, and he shall be deemed to have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence as of the date of his last entry, and any departure bond outstanding in his case shall be canceled. Upon the enactment of this Act the Secretary of State shall instruct the proper quota-control officer to deduct one number from the quota for Korea for the first year that such quota is available. Approved August 8, 1949. [CHAPTER 4091 AN ACT For the relief of Teiko Horikawa and Yoshiko Horikawa. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the UnitedStates of Americain Congress assembled,That, in the adminis- tration of the immigration and naturalization laws, provisions of sec- tion 13 (c) of the Immigration Act of 1924, as amended, which exclude from admission to the United States persons who are ineligible to citizenship shall not apply to Teiko and Yoshiko Horikawa, minor twin stepdaughters of David Bailey Carpenter, a World War II vet- eran who married Yoshi Horikawa Higo, a Japanese national and the mother of such minor stepdaughters, on August 6, 1947, and for the purpose of the immigration and naturalization laws, Teiko and Yoshiko Horikawa, shall be considered to be the natural-born daugh- ters of their stepfather, David Bailey Carpenter. Approved August 8, 1949. [CHAPTER 4101 AN ACT For the relief of Denise Simeon Boutant. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, notwithstand- ing the provisions of law which make ineligible for permanent residence persons who are racially ineligible to citizenship, the Attorney General shall record the lawful admission for permanent residence of Denise Simeon Boutant, now Denise Simeon Boutant Peterson, who is the legal wife of William S. Peterson, a United tates citizen, as of December 1948, at which time she was temporarily admitted into the United States. Approved August 8, 1949.