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xi LIST OF PROCLAMATIONS. page

Designating September 12, 1918, as registration day for persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five. August 31, 1918 · 1840

Determining the price of wheat for 1919. September 2, 1918 · 1844

Announcing the licensing of stockyards and dealers in products, etc. September 6, 1918 · 1846

Prohibiting the use of foods etc., in production of malt liquors. September 16, 1918 · 1848

Announcing the licensing of trading in fuel oil, etc. September 16, 1918 · 1849

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

Appointing Saturday, October 1, 1918, as Liberty Day. September 19, 1918 · 1854

Setting aside the Katmai National Monument, Alaska. September 24, 1918 · 1855

Designating October 26, 1918, as registration day for persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five in Hawaii. October 10, 1918 · 1856

Designating October 26, 1918, as registration day for persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five in Porto Rico. October 10, 1918 · 1860

Announcing additional regulations for protecting migratory birds. October 25, 1918 · 1863

Announcing licensing of trading in designated edibles and cereal beverages. November 2, 1918 · 1866

Taking possession of certain lands in Virginia for Navy mine depot purposes. November 2, 1918 · 1868

Taking possession and control of marine cable systems. November 2, 1918 · 1872

Taking immediate possession of certain described lands for naval purposes. November 4, 1918 · 1874

Taking of additional land in Virginia for naval ordnance proving ground. November 4, 1918 · 1885

Calling Virginia Coast Artillery into military service of United States. November 7, 1918 · 1887

Designating Thursday, November 28, 1918, as a day of general thanksgiving. November 16, 1918 · 1888

Taking possession and control of American Railway Express Company. November 16, 1918 · 1889

Calling part of Philippine Guard into military service of United States. November 18, 1918 · 1890

Diminishing area of Ozark National Forest, Arkansas. November 27, 1918 · 1892

Modifying areas of the Blackfeet and Flathead National Forests, Montana. November 27, 1918 · 1894

Diminishing area of the Custer National Forest, Montana. November 27, 1918 · 1896

Diminishing area of the Deschutes National Forest, Oregon. November 27, 1918 · 1897

Designating additional persons subject to restrictions on trading with the enemy. November 29, 1918 · 1899

Taking possession of land at Cape May, N.J., for naval air station. December 2, 1918 · 1912

Determining compensation for certain German dock properties at Hoboken, N.J. December 3, 1918 · 1914

Rescinding prohibition against holding aircraft expositions. December 16, 1918 · 1918

Revoking specified regulations as to conduct of alien enemies. December 23, 1918 · 1918

Canceling the licenses of designated food products no longer essential. January 7, 1919 · 1919

Announcing the death of ex-President Theodore Roosevelt. January 7, 1919 · 1921

Appointing Walker D. Hines Director General of Railroads. January 10, 1919 · 1922

Taking possession of additional lands in Maryland for Army ordnance proving ground. January 25, 1919 · 1923

Diminishing area of the Nevada National Forest, Nevada. January 25, 1919 · 1928

Announcing the licensing of designated products as no longer essential. January 25, 1919 · 1929

Permitting use of grain for non-intoxicating beverages. January 30, 1919 · 1930

Announcing the licensing of specified necessaries as no longer essential. February 11, 1919 · 1931

Reserving portion of Guano Islands, in Caribbean Sea, or lighthouse purposes. February 25, 1919 · 1933

Diminishing area of the Helena National Forest, Montana. February 25, 1919 · 1933

Acquiring additional land in Maryland for navy proving ground. March 4, 1919 · 1935

Modifying order on use of foods, etc., to intoxicating liquors. March 4, 1919 · 1937