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Presidential Proclamations

1913[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 38 Stat.
• Proclamation 1258 Rules for the Measurement of Vessels for the Panama Canal November 21, 1913 -N/A-


1914[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 38 Stat.
• Proclamation 1268 Mother's Day Proclamation, 1914 May 9, 1914 -N/A-
• Proclamation 1287 Declaring Rules for Maintenance of Neutrality of Panama Canal and Panama Canal Zone November 13, 1914 -N/A-

1915[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 39 Stat.


1916[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 39 Stat.


1917[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 40 Stat.
• Proclamation 1364 Declaring that a State of War Exists Between the United States and Germany April 6, 1917 -N/A-
• Proclamation 1370 Designating June 1, 1917, as Registration Day, etc.          May 18, 1917 1664
• Proclamation 1371 Declaring Rules for Maintenance of Neutrality of Panama Canal and Panama Canal Zone          May 23, 1917 -N/A-

1918[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 40 Stat.
• Proclamation 1480 Designating September 12, 1918, as registration day for persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five August 31, 1918 1840
• Proclamation 1481 Determining the price of wheat for 1919 September 2, 1918 1844
• Proclamation 1482 Announcing the licensing of stockyards and dealers in products, etc. September 6, 1918 1846
• Proclamation 1483 Prohibiting the use of foods etc., in production of malt liquors September 16, 1918 1848
• Proclamation 1484 Announcing the licensing of trading in fuel oil, etc. September 16, 1918 1849
• Proclamation 1485 Designating October 15 to December 16, 1918, as period for registration for persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five in Alaska September 18, 1918 1851
• Proclamation 1486 Appointing Saturday, October 1, 1918, as Liberty Day September 19, 1918 1854
• Proclamation 1487 Setting aside the Katmai National Monument, Alaska September 24, 1918 1855
• Proclamation 1488 Designating October 26, 1918, as registration day for persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five in Hawaii October 10, 1918 1856
• Proclamation 1489 Designating October 26, 1918, as registration day for persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five in Porto Rico October 10, 1918 1860
• Proclamation 1490 Announcing additional regulations for protecting migratory birds October 25, 1918 1863
• Proclamation 1491 Announcing licensing of trading in designated edibles and cereal beverages November 2, 1918 1866
• Proclamation 1492 Taking possession of certain lands in Virginia for Navy mine depot purposes November 2, 1918 1868
• Proclamation 1492A Taking possession and control of marine cable systems November 2, 1918 1872
• Proclamation 1493 Taking immediate possession of certain described lands for naval purposes November 4, 1918 1874
• Proclamation 1494 Taking of additional land in Virginia for naval ordnance proving ground November 4, 1918 1885
• Proclamation 1495 Calling Virginia Coast Artillery into military service of United States November 7, 1918 1887
• Proclamation 1496 Designating Thursday, November 28, 1918, as a day of general thanksgiving November 16, 1918 1888
• Proclamation 1497 Taking possession and control of American Railway Express Company November 16, 1918 1889
• Proclamation 1498 Calling part of Philippine Guard into military service of United States November 18, 1918 1890
• Proclamation 1499 Diminishing area of Ozark National Forest, Arkansas November 27, 1918 1892
• Proclamation 1500 Modifying areas of the Blackfeet and Flathead National Forests, Montana November 27, 1918 1894
• Proclamation 1501 Diminishing area of the Custer National Forest, Montana November 27, 1918 1896
• Proclamation 1502 Diminishing area of the Deschutes National Forest, Oregon November 27, 1918 1897
• Proclamation 1503 Designating additional persons subject to restrictions on trading with the enemy November 29, 1918 1899
• Proclamation 1504 Taking possession of land at Cape May, N.J., for naval air station December 2, 1918 1912
• Proclamation 1504A Determining compensation for certain German dock properties at Hoboken, N.J. December 3, 1918 1914
• Proclamation 1505 Rescinding prohibition against holding aircraft expositions December 16, 1918 1918
• Proclamation 1506 Revoking specified regulations as to conduct of alien enemies December 23, 1918 1918

1919[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 40 Stat.
• Proclamation 1506A Canceling the licenses of designated food products no longer essential January 7, 1919 1919
• Proclamation 1506B Announcing death of former President Theodore Roosevelt January 7, 1919 1921
• Proclamation 1507 Appointing Walker D. Hines Director General of Railroads January 10, 1919 1922
• Proclamation 1508 Taking possession of additional lands in Maryland for Army ordnance proving ground January 25, 1919 1923
• Proclamation 1509 Diminishing area of the Nevada National Forest, Nevada January 25, 1919 1928
• Proclamation 1510 Announcing the licensing of designated products as no longer essential January 25, 1919 1929
• Proclamation 1511 Permitting use of grain for non-intoxicating beverages January 30, 1919 1930
• Proclamation 1511A Announcing the licensing of specified necessaries as no longer essential February 11, 1919 1931
• Proclamation 1512 Reserving portion of Guano Islands, in Caribbean Sea, or lighthouse purposes February 25, 1919 1933
• Proclamation 1513 Diminishing area of the Helena National Forest, Montana February 25, 1919 1933
• Proclamation 1514 Acquiring additional land in Maryland for navy proving ground March 4, 1919 1935
• Proclamation 1515 Modifying order on use of foods, etc., to intoxicating liquors March 4, 1919 1937


  Proc. No.   Title Date 41 Stat.
• Proclamation 1516 Announcing the licensing of designated products as no longer essential March 19, 1919 1741
• Proclamation 1517 Restoring lighthouse reservation on Maui Island to Territory of Hawaii April 8, 1919 1742
• Proclamation 1518 Diminishing area of the Inyo National Forest, California and Nevada April 8, 1919 1744
• Proclamation 1519 Diminishing area of the Chugach National Forest, Alaska April 16, 1919 1745
• Proclamation 1519A - Modifying boundaries of the Chugach National Forest, Alaska May 1, 1919 -N/A-
• Proclamation 1520 Recommending observance of Boy Scout Week, June 8th to June 14th, 1919 May 1, 1919 1747
• Proclamation 1520A - Convening extra session of Congress May 7, 1919 1748
• Proclamation 1521 Announcing the licensing of designated cottonseed products as no longer essential May 31, 1919 1749
• Proclamation 1522 Restoring lighthouse land in Honolulu to Hawaii June 2, 1919 1750
• Proclamation 1522A - Reserving Roncador Cay, Caribbean Sea, for lighthouse purposes June 5, 1919 1751
• Proclamation 1523 Modifying area of the Humboldt National Forest, Nevada June 12, 1919 1752
• Proclamation 1524 Diminishing area of the La Sal National Forest, Utah and Colorado June 19, 1919 1753
• Proclamation 1525 Diminishing area of the Tahoe National Forest, California and Nevada June 19, 1919 1755
• Proclamation 1526 Canceling licenses for rice and rice flour dealers as no longer essential June 19, 1919 1756
• Proclamation 1527 Announcing the licensing of wheat and flour storage, etc., as essential June 23, 1919 1758
• Proclamation 1528 Prohibiting the importation and exportation of wheat and wheat flour June 24, 1919 1759
• Proclamation 1528A - Canceling requirement for licenses for exporting coin, bullion, and currency June 26, 1919 1760
• Proclamation 1529 Enlarging area of the Wyoming National Forest, Wyoming July 10, 1919 1761
• Proclamation 1530 Prohibiting illegal export of arms, etc., to Mexico July 12, 1919 1762
• Proclamation 1531 Prescribing additional regulations for protection of migratory birds July 28, 1919 1764
• Proclamation 1532 Abrogating restrictions on flying by aircraft, etc. July 31, 1919 1765
• Proclamation 1533 Enlarging area of the Crook National Forest, Arizona August 6, 1919 1765
• Proclamation 1534 Diminishing area of the Caribou National Forest, Idaho and Wyoming August 21, 1919 1766
• Proclamation 1535 Terminating the Capital Issues Committee August 30, 1919 1768
• Proclamation 1536 Diminishing area of the Sioux National Forest, South Dakota and Montana September 3, 1919 1768
• Proclamation 1537 Modifying area of the Prescott National Forest, Arizona September 29, 1919 1770
• Proclamation 1538 Modifying area of the Coconino National Forest, Arizona September 29, 1919 1770
• Proclamation 1539 Designating Thursday, November 27 , 1919, as a day of general thanksgiving November 5, 1919 1771
• Proclamation 1540 Urging prompt and accurate answers to census inquiries November 10, 1919 1772
• Proclamation 1541 Canceling restrictions on importing and exporting wheat and wheat flour November 21, 1919 1773
• Proclamation 1542 Transferring duties of Food Administration, except wheat and wheat products, to the Attorney General November 21, 1919 1774
• Proclamation 1543 Authorizing disposal of surplus coal in Alaska for local use November 22, 1919 1776
• Proclamation 1544 Diminishing area of the Nebraska National Forest, Nebraska November 25, 1919 1777
• Proclamation 1545 Enlarging area of the Gran Quivira National Monument, New Mexico November 25, 1919 1778
• Proclamation 1546 Extending area of the Lincoln National Forest, New Mexico December 2, 1919 1779
• Proclamation 1547 Setting aside Scotts Bluff National Monument, Nebraska December 11, 1919 1779
• Proclamation 1548 Enlarging area of the Shenandoah National Forest, Virginia and West Virginia December 18, 1919 1780
• Proclamation 1549 Setting aside the Yucca House National Monument, Colorado December 19, 1919 1781
• Proclamation 1550 Relinquishing Federal control of railroads, etc. December 24, 1919 1782
• Proclamation 1551 Relinquishing Federal control of American Railway Express Company December 24, 1919 1783
• Proclamation 1552 Extending area of the Idaho and Payette National Forests, Idaho December 27, 1919 1784

1920[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 41 Stat.
• Proclamation 1553 Setting apart the Boone National Forest, North Carolina January 16, 1920 1784
• Proclamation 1554 Setting apart the Nantahala National Forest, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina January 29, 1920 1785
• Proclamation 1555 Designating agency to receive reimbursement from railroads, etc., for equipment furnished while under Federal control February 12, 1920 1786
• Proclamation 1556 Transferring certain property to Territory of Hawaii February 17, 1920 1786
• Proclamation 1557 Copyright benefits to Sweden extended to mechanical musical reproductions February 27, 1920 1787
• Proclamation 1558 Designating Director General of Railroads agent to terminate Federal control of transportation systems, etc. February 28, 1920 1788
• Proclamation 1559 Designating Director General of Railroads agent in actions arising from Federal control of transportation systems March 11, 1920 1789
• Proclamation 1560 Copyright benefits to Great Britain for works published therein, etc., since August 1, 1914, and not in United States April 10, 1920 1790
• Proclamation 1561 Setting apart the Mononagahela National Forest, Virginia and West Virginia April 28, 1920 1791
• Proclamation 1562 Extending time for paying installments for ceded lands of Crow Indian Reservation, Montana May 5, 1920 1793
• Proclamation 1563 Appointing John Barton Payne Director General of Railroads May 14, 1920 1793
• Proclamation 1564 Designating John Barton Payne as agent in actions arising from Federal control of transportation systems, etc. May 14, 1920 1794
• Proclamation 1565 Canceling licenses of dealers in designated cereals, etc., as no longer essential May 25, 1920 1794
• Proclamation 1566 Appointing anthracite coal mining commission June 3, 1920 1796
• Proclamation 1567 Authorizing coal mining in Matanuska field, Alaska, for naval uses June 12, 1920 1797
• Proclamation 1568 Setting apart the Cherokee National Forest, Georgia and Tennessee June 14, 1920 1798
• Proclamation 1569 Prescribing additional regulations for protection of migratory birds July 9, 1920 1798
• Proclamation 1570 Declaring the formal opening of the Panama Canal July 12, 1920 1800
• Proclamation 1571 Setting apart the Unaka National Forest, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia July 24, 1920 1801
• Proclamation 1572 Recommending observance of Tercentenary of Landing of the Pilgrims August 4, 1920 1802
• Proclamation 1573 Designating October 9, 1920, as Fire Prevention Day September 7, 1920 1802
• Proclamation 1574 Diminishing area of the Trinity National Forest, California October 1, 1920 1803
• Proclamation 1575 Enlarging area of the Modoc National Forest, California October 1, 1920 1804
• Proclamation 1576 Setting aside Custer State Park Game Sanctuary, South Dakota October 9, 1920 1805
• Proclamation 1577 Extending area of the Arkansas National Forest, Arkansas October 19, 1920 1805
• Proclamation 1578 Modifying area of the Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico October 30, 1920 1806
• Proclamation 1579 Announcing the licensing of sugar, etc., as no longer essential October 30, 1920 1807
• Proclamation 1580 Designating Thursday, November 25, 1920, as a day of general thanksgiving November 12, 1920 1809
• Proclamation 1581 Enlarging area of the Florida National Forest, Florida November 25, 1920 1810
• Proclamation 1582 Copyright benefits to Denmark for works published therein, etc., since August 1, 1914, and not in United States December 9, 1920 1810
• Proclamation 1583 Enlarging area of the Caribou National Forest, Idaho and Wyoming December 9, 1920 1812

1921[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 41 Stat.
• Proclamation 1584 Convening special session of the Senate February 3, 1921 1813
• Proclamation 1585 Transferring certain lands to Porto Rico for highway purposes February 14, 1921 1813
• Proclamation 1586 Modifying area of the Gila National Forest, New Mexico March 3, 1921 1815
• Proclamation 1587 Modifying area of the Datil National Forest, New Mexico March 3, 1921 1816
• Proclamation 1588 Prescribing further regulations for protection of migratory game birds                                March 3, 1921 1817


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