any State, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, territory, possession, or the District of Columbia.'
There can be no doubt as to the congressional intent here, foreign countries were not included within the exception.
I conclude that the Government has met its burden of proving beyond a reasonable doubt that defendants, Baker and Gates, are both guilty of the crime charged.
I also conclude that the transportation of the betting materials do not come within an exception of the statute.
Now, April 30, 1965, in accordance with Opinion this day filed, It is herby Ordered and Decreed that,
(1) Motion of defendants, Murray B. Baker and Victor O. Gates, Sr., to suppress be and the same is hereby denied.
(2) Motion of defendants, Murray B. Baker and Victor O. Gates, Sr., for acquittal be and the same is hereby denied.
(3) I find defendant, Murray B. Baker, guilty as charged on Counts I, II and III.
(4) I find defendant, Victor O. Gates, Sr., guilty as charged on Counts I, II and III.