Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 40 Part 2.djvu/303

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1652 PROCLAMATIONS, 1917. workshop for themanufacture of munitions of war or of any products for the use of the Army or Navy; _ G:v*_fg°,,§’_,; gf,} “,fo§ (5) An alien enemy shall not write, print, or pubhsh any attacl; or snowed. ’ " threats against the Government or Congress of the United States, or either branch thereof, or against the measures or policy of the United States, or against the person or property of any gerson in the military, naval, or civil service of the United tates, or of the States or Territories, or of the District of Columbia, or of the municipal governments therein; m§,g,*?°8§°,gf§,§ggff”¤¤ (6) An alien enemy shall not commit or a et any hostile act against ' the United States, or give information, aid, or comfort to its enemiesm§*;§°;_°& gg, Ig'; (7) An alien, enemy shall not reside in or continue to reside in, to milled- remain in, or enter any locality which the President maylfrom time to time des' ate by Executive Order as a pro 'bited area in which resiliiilice by an alien enemy shall be found by him to constitute a danger to the public peace and safety of the United States, except by permit from the President and except imder such limitations or restrictions as the President may prescribe; ‘ ,,,§ §°·· °‘ (8) An a `en enemy whom the President shall have reasonable cause to believe to be aiding or about to aid the enemy, or to , be at large to the danger of the public peace or safet of the United States, or to have violated or to be about to violate any of these regulations, shall remove to any location designated by the President by Executive Order, and shall not remove therefrom without a pernnt, or shall depart from the United States if so required by the President; Departures rama, (9) No alien enemy shall depart from the United States until he °“· shall have received such permit as the President shall prescribe, or except under order of a courtédjudge, or justice, under Sections 4069 and 4070 of the Revis Statutes; Entering presented. (10) No alien enemy shall land in or enter the United States, except under suchbrestrictions and at such places as the President may prescrr e; rzqismmep. (11) If necessary to prevent violations of these regulations, all alien enemies will be obligled to r@ter; mS;%{,¤:s*gc§s?·;*;f¤= (12) alien enemy whom there may be reasonable cause to be- ’ lieve to be aiding or about to aid the enemy, or who may be at large to the danger of the public peace or safety, or who violates or attempts to violate, or of whom there is reasonable groruid to believe that he is about to violate, any regulation duly promulgated bty the President, or any criminal law of the United States, or o the States or Territories thereof, will be ` subject to sumrnary arrest by the United States Marshal, or his deputy, or such other officer as the President shall designate, and to confinement in such penitentiary, prison, jail, military pr"` pp lm, gprmpzlorto ther place of detention as may be directed by the Extent er di-gsdia @$1 BU ·- ¤¤¤ ¤¤¤i¤¤¤d—j This proclamationand the regulations herein contained shall extend and apply to all land and water, continental or insular, in any wav within the jurisdiction of the United States. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be afiixed. Done at the City of Washington, this sixth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven- [smr.] teen, and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and forty-first. Woonaow Wrts i By the President: (N Ronnnr Laxsrxe. Secretary of State.