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PUBLIC LAW 89-327-NOV. 7, 1965
relates; or (e) if any such notice forwarded by registered or certified mail be returned for reasons other than refusal, or if personal service of any such notice, as hereinbefore provided, cannot be effected, then if published on three consecutive days in a daily newspaper published in the District of Columbia; or (f) if by reason of an outstanding unrecorded transfer of title the name of the owner in fact cannot be ascertained beyond a reasonable doubt, then if served on the owner of record in a manner hereinbefore provided. Any notice to a corporation shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to have been served on such corporation if served on the president, secretary, treasurer, general manager, or any principal officer of such corporation in the manner hereinbefore provided for the service of notices on natural persons holding property in their own right; and notices to a foreign corporation shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to have been served if served personally on any agent of such corporation, or if left with any person of suitable age and discretion residing at the usual residence or employed at the usual place of business of such agent in the Distridt of Columbia. "(b) I n case such notice is served by any method other than personal service, notice shall also be sent to the owner by ordinary mail." Approved November 7, 1965.
Public Law 89-327 JOINT RESOLUTION
T<».'tuthorizt' the President to proelaini the month of.NoveuiKier HJ^ "Water Conservation Month,".
November 7, 19 65
Jit-sol red by the Senate and HovHe of Rej/re-Heritatlves of the United Sfiite'S of Ameru-a in Congren-s aiHeinbled^ That the President ij^ hereby Water Conservation Month. uiithorized and reque,sted to issue a proclamation dftsignating the "p"r<rc°amation. month of November, J9t>5 as "Water Conservation Month*' in recognilion of the hnportance of water conservation to the maintenance of public health?md the national economy. Approved November 7, 1965.