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[88 STAT. 2513]
[88 STAT. 2513]
PUBLIC LAW 93-000—MMMM. DD, 1975

88 STAT. ]

PROCLAMATION 4318-SEPT. 27, 1974

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benzene, isoprene, meta-xylene, ortho-xylene or para-xylene having a purity of 95 percent or more by weight) derived by refining or processing crude oil or unfinished oils, in whatever type of plant such refining or processing may occur, and having a boiling range at atmospheric pressure which falls completely or in part between 80° F and 400° F. " (3) 'Kerosene' means any jet fuel, diesel fuel, fuel oil, or other petroleum oils derived by refining or processing crude oil or unfinished oils, in whatever type of plant such refining or processing may occur, which has a boiling range at atmospheric pressure which falls completely or in part between 400° F and 550° F. " (4) 'Distillate fuel oil' means any fuel oil, gas oil, topped crude oil, or other petroleum oils (except refined petroleum wax) derived by refining or processing crude oil or unfinished oils, in whatever type of plant such refining or processing may occur, which has a boiling range at atmospheric pressure which falls completely or in part between 550° F and 1200° F." 8. Section 12 is amended to read as follows:

19 USC 1862 note.

"12. Commitments and obligations contained in long term allocations heretofore made shall be unimpaired by this proclamation or regulations issued thereunder." IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this twenty-seventh day of September, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred seventy-four, and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred ninety-ninth. GERALD R.

Proclamation 4318

FORD

September 27, 1974

National Hunting and Fishing Day, 1974 By the President

of the

United

States

of

America

A Proclamation No one has a fuller appreciation and respect for nature than the American sportsman. liunters and anglers were among the first to warn us of the need to conserve America's fish and wildlife resources, and many of them have played an active, voluntary role in restoring and enriching America's splendid natural heritage.