I am sure of the answer about the effect of ip access-group 19 in when access list 19 is empty. All traffic will be permitted by access-group when the access list referenced is empty.
I am not as sure of the answer about distribute list. I believe that the answer here is also that all prefixes are permitted. If this is on a running router you should be able to look and see if entries learned from that neighbor are in the BGP table and this would answer the question for sure.
Rick is absolutely right. Because when we implemented the distribut list without creating the list by default it permits all the routes and same the case with the ACL. I had tested the distribute list but not the ACL.
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