Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 40 Part 2.djvu/519

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1842 PROCLAMATIONS, 1918. United States having jiuisdiction thereof, be punished by imprisonment for not more than one year, or, if subject to mihtary law, shall be tried by court-martial and suffer such punishment as a court- _ martial may direct. _ _ ¢a¤?Z.i1°{s¤i°l¤°{»t¤i°?.ilT1‘§*$§ Now, therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United °“°° “*° ““'· States, do call u n the Governor of each of the several States and Territories, the I·l)<i’ard of Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and all members of Local Boards and agents thereof appointed under the provisions of said Act of Congress approved May eighteen, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen, and all officers and agents of the several States and Territories, of the District of Columbia, and of the counties and munici alities therein, to perform certain duties in the execution of the fiiregoing law, which duties will be communicated to them directly in regulations of even date herewith. ,,,§{,¥$’,"j,?,,"°{,,,}’,g,§}",{’,; And I do further proclaim and give notice to every person sub Lect ¤¤¤¤¢¤*· to registration in the several States and in the District of Colum 1a, in accordance with the above law, that the time and place of such registration shall be between seven a. m. and nine p. m. on Thursday, the twelfth day of September, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen, at a registration place in the lprecinct wherein he then has his rmanent home or at such other p ace as shall be designated by public notice by the Local Board having jurisdiction o the area ,,,1;§'§,$'§’§° wherein he then has his Ipermanent home. All male persons in the ¤=¤·¤*· United States who sha have attained their eighteenth birthday and who shall not have attained their fortgsixth birthday on or before Thursday, the twelfth day of Septem r, one thousand nine _ hundred and eighteen, the day herein named for registration, are E’°°’"“““‘ required to register: Provided, however, that the following persons Pderrugistnntn. . . . . are hereby exempted from registration, to wit: Persons who, prior to the day herein set for registration, have registered under the terms ‘*”“’*"‘ 7°’“"‘ of the Act apfproved May 18, 1917, or under the terms of the Public M in . Resolution o Congress approved Maiy 20, 1918, whether called for °° s°m°°‘ service or not; officers and enliste men of the Regular Army; oificers commissioned in the Army of the United States, and men of the forces drafted, under the provisions of the Act approved May 18, 1917; officers and enlisted men of the National Guard, while in the service of the United States A; officers of the Officers’ Reserve Corps and enlisted men in the Enlisted Reserve Corps while in the service of the United States; officers and enlisted men of the Navy and ‘ Marine Corps; officers and enlisted and emolled men of the Naval Reserve Force and Marine Corps Reserve while in the service of the ,,,§"Qf,':,,,,‘*§,*,;§‘Q’,‘_Q‘§’;f*° United States; and diplomatic representatives, technical attaches of foreign embassies and legations, consuls general, consuls, vice consuls, and consular agents o foreign countries, residing in the United M ka md mum States, who are not citizens of the United States. ¤¤e§°é§ hereafter. A day or days for registration in the Territories of Alaska, Hawaii, ,8§,f*’· P¤· mt *8~‘”· and Porto_Rico will be named in later proclamations. V Notkeczs ¤r wasn As required by the regulations, every Local Board having jurisdic- ‘”” P ‘ tion in a city o 30,000 population or over will romptly cause the mayor thereof to be notified of the place or places designated for registration; every Local Board having ]urisdiction in a county, parish, or similar umt will promptly cause the clerk thereof to be notified of the place or laces designated for registration, and eve Local Board hav1.ng`juns4£` `ction in a State or Temtory, the area of which is divided into `visions for the administration of the act approved May 18, 1917, will promptly cause the clerks of the townships within its divi- _ , sion to be notified of the place or places designated for registration. P°“'·“‘g °"”"’*°‘°· And I do call upon every mayor, county clerk, or township clerk receiving such notification to have a list of said places of registration posted, and do charge him with the duty of having all persons maldng inquiry informed of the place or places at which they may register.