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

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LIST OF PROCLAMATIONS.
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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, 191. 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, 1918. 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, 1918. 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