Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 40 Part 2.djvu/7

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Diminishing area of the Sequoia National Forest, California. December 5, 1917 · 1726

Reserving additional coal lands in Alaska from leases, etc. December 5, 1917 · 1727

Limiting production of malt liquor and its alcoholic strength. December 8, 1917 · 1729

Declaring existence of state of war with Austria-Hungary. December 11, 1917 · 1730

Taking immediate possession of lands in Maryland for Army ordnance proving ground. December 14, 1917 · 1731

Taking possession and control of transportation systems for war purposes. December 26, 1917 · 1733

Prohibiting the holding of aircraft expositions during the war. January 1, 1918 · 1736

Announcing the licensing of ammonia industry. January 3, 1918 · 1736

Announcing the licensing of trading in designated feeds, foods, etc. January 10. 1918 · 1738

Setting apart the Alabama National Forest Alabama. January 15, 1918 · 1740

Reserving additional coal lands in Alaska from leases, etc. January 26, 1918 · 1741

Announcing the licensing of bakery products and green coffee dealers. January 30, 1918 · 1742

Announcing the licensing of fuel oil industry. January 31, 1918 · 1743

Including alien enemies in custody of War Department in restrictions on trading with the enemy. February 5, 1918 · 1745

Prohibiting exportation of all articles without license. February 14, 1918 · 1746

Prohibiting importation of all articles from foreign countries without license. February 14, 1918 · 1747

Determining price of wheat for 1918. February 21, 1918 · 1749

Announcing the licensing of the fertilizer industry. February 25, 19l8 · 1751

Regulating the use of aircraft over Government stations, etc. February 28, 1918 · 1753

Opening coal lands on Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana to surface entry. March 14, 1918 · 1754

Announcing the licensing of coal and coke distributors. March 15, 1918 · 1757

Setting aside the Zion National Monument, Utah. March 18, 1918 · 1760

Taking over Dutch vessels in American waters for war purposes. March 20, 1918 · 1761

Modifying areas of the Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico. March 27, 1918 · 1762

Confirming the authority of the Director General of Railroads. March 29, 1918 · 1763

Copyrights benefits to Australia, etc., extended to mechanical musical reproductions. April 3, 1918 · 1765

Confirming the appointment of the National War Labor Board. April 8, 1918 · 1766

Taking over specified American steamship transportation systems. April 11, 1918 · 1769

Appointing Friday, April 26, 1918, as Liberty Day. April 18, 1918 · 1771

Prescribing regulations respecting alien enemy women. April 19, 1918 · 1772

Designating week beginning May 20, 1918, as ‘‘Red Cross Week.’’ May 4, 1918 · 1774

Appointing May 30, 1918, as a day of humiliation, prayer, and fasting. May 11, 1918 · 1774

Announcing the licensing of trading in specified products. May 14, 1918 · 1775

Announcing the licensing of trading in farm equipment. May 14, 1918 · 1777

Setting apart the Shenandoah National Forest, Virginia and West Virginia. May 16, 1918 · 1779

Setting apart the White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire. May 16, 1918 · 1779

Setting apart the Natural Bridge National Forest, Virginia. May 16, 1918 · 1780

Designating June 5, 1918, as registration day for persons attaining age of twenty-one since June 5, 1917. May 20, 1918 · 1781

Copyrights benefits to France extended to mechanical musical reproductions. May 24, 1918 · 1784

Calling Hawaii National Guard into service of the United States. May 28, 1918 · 1785

Designating additional persons subject to restrictions on trading with the enemy. May 31, 1918 · 1786

Enlarging the Cabinet National Forest, Montana. June 3, 19% · 1788

Diminishing area of the Flathead National Forest, Montana. June 3, 1918 · 1789

Modifying area of the Blackfeet National Forest, Montana. June 3, 1918 · 1790

Taking possession of lands in Maryland and Virginia for naval proving ground. June 10, 1918 · 1790

Designating July 5, 1918, as registration day for persons attaining age of twenty-one since July 5, 1917, in Porto Rico. June 11, 1918 · 1793

Designating July 2, 1918 to September 3, 1918, as period for registration for persons attaining age of twenty-one since September 2, 1917, in Alaska. June 17, 1918 · 1796

Designating July 31, 1918, as registration day for persons attaining the age of twenty-one since July 31, 1917, in Hawaii, June 18, 1918 · 1799

Announcing the licensing of stockyards, June 18, 1918 · 1802

Directing cultivation of public lands in Hawaii. June 24, 1918 · 1804

Taking possession of North German Lloyd and Hamburg-American dock properties. June 28, 1918 · 1804

Modifying area of the Dixie National Forest, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. July 12, 1918 · 1805

Assuming control of telegraph and telephone systems. July 22, 1918 · 1807

Taking possession of Cape Cod Ship Canal. July 22, 1918 · 1803

Regulating the issue of charters for vessels. July 29 1918 · 1810

Announcing regulations for protecting migratory birds. July 31, 1918 · 1812

Setting aside the Casa Grande National Monument, Arizona. August 3, 1918 · 1818

Prohibiting unlawful transfers of vessels, etc. August 7, 1918 · 1819

Taking possession of certain lands for naval purposes. August 7, 1918 · 1820

Imposing additional restrictions on United States travel, etc. August 8, 1918 · 1829

Diminishing area of the Lincoln National Forest, New Mexico. August 9, 1918 · 1832

Designating additional persons subject to restrictions on trading with the enemy. August 10, 1918 · 1833

Designating August 24, 1918, as registration day for persons attaining age of twenty-one since June 5, 1918. August 13, 1918 · 1834

Designating additional persons subject to restrictions on trading with the enemy. August 14, 1918 · 1837

Diminishing area of the Routt National Forest, Colorado. August 20, 1917 · 1938

Authorizing sale of Government mined coal in Alaska. August 27, 1918 · 1839