Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 41 Part 2.djvu/8

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xi LIST OF PROCLAMATIONS. Page

Announcing the licensing of designated products as no longer essential. March 19, 1919 · 1741

Restoring lighthouse reservation on Maui Island to Hawaii. April 8, 1919 · 1742

Diminishing area of the Inyo National Forest, California and Nevada. April 8, 1919 · 1744

Diminishing area of the Chugach National Forest, Alaska. April 16, 1919 · 1745

Recommending observance of Boy Scout Week, May 1, 1919 · 1747

Convening extra session of Congress. May 7, 1919 · 1748

Announcing the licensing of designated cottonseed products as no longer essential. May 31, 1919 · 1749

Restoring lighthouse land in Honolulu to Hawaii. June 2, 1919 · 1750

Reserving Roncador Cay, Caribbean Sea, for lighthouse purposes. June 5, 1919 · 1751

Modifying area of the Humboldt National Forest, Nevada. June 12, 1919 · 1752

Diminishing area of the La Sal National Forest, Utah and Colorado. June 19, 1919 · 1753

Diminishing area of the Tahoe National Forest, California and Nevada. June 19, 1919 · 1755

Canceling licenses for rice and rice flour dealers as no longer essential. June 19, 1919 · 1756

Announcing the licensing of wheat and flour storage, etc., as essential. June 23, 1919 · 1758

Prohibiting the importation and exportation of wheat and wheat flour. June 24, 1919 · 1759

Canceling requirement for licenses for exporting coin, bullion, and currency. June 26, 1919 · 1760

Enlarging area of the Wyoming National Forest, Wyoming. July 10, 1919 · 1761

Prohibiting illegal export of arms, etc., to Mexico. July 12, 1919 · 1762

Prescribing additional regulations for protection of migratory birds. July 28, 1919 · 1764

Abrogating restrictions on flying by aircraft, etc. July 31, 1919 · 1765

Enlarging area of the Crook National Forest, Arizona. August 6, 1919 · 1765

Diminishing area of the Caribou National Forest, Idaho and Wyoming. August 21, 1919 · 1766

Terminating the Capital Issues Committee. August 30, 1919 · 1768

Diminishing area of the Sioux National Forest, South Dakota and Montana. September 3, 1919 · 1768

Modifying area of the Prescott National Forest, Arizona. September 29, 1919 · 1770

Modifying area of the Coconino National Forest, Arizona. September 29, 1919 · 1770

Designating Thursday, November 27 , 1919, as a day of general thanksgiving. November 5, 1919 · 1771

Urging prompt and accurate answers to census inquiries. November 10, 1919 · 1772

Canceling restrictions on importing and exporting wheat and wheat flour. November 21, 1919 · 1773

Transferring duties of Food Administration, except wheat and wheat products, to the Attorney General. November 21, 1919 · 1774

Authorizing disposal of surplus coal in Alaska for local use. November 22, 1919 · 1776

Diminishing area of the Nebraska National Forest, Nebraska. November 25, 1919 · 1777

Enlarging area of the Gran Quivira National Monument, New Mexico. November 25, 1919 · 1778

Extending area of the Lincoln National Forest, New Mexico. December 2, 1919 · 1779

Setting aside Scotts Bluff National Monument, Nebraska. December 11, 1919 · 1779

Enlarging area of the Shenandoah National Forest, Virginia and West Virginia. December 18, 1919 · 1780

Setting aside the Yucca House National Monument, Colorado. December 19, 1919 · 1781

Relinquishing Federal control of railroads, etc. December 24, 1919 · 1782

Relinquishing Federal control of American Railway Express Company. December 24, 1919 · 1783

Extending area of the Idaho and Payette National Forests, Idaho. December 27, 1919 · 1784

Setting apart the Boone National Forest, North Carolina. January 16, 1920 · 1784

Setting apart the Nantahala National Forest, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. January 29, 1920 · 1785

Designating agency to receive reimbursement from railroads, etc., for equipment furnished while under Federal control. February 12, 1920 · 1786

Transferring certain property to Territory of Hawaii. February 17, 1920 · 1786

Copyright benefits to Sweden extended to mechanical musical reproductions. February 27, 1920 · 1787

Designating Director General of Railroads agent to terminate Federal control of transportation systems, etc. February 28, 1920 · 1788

Designating Director General of Railroads agent in actions arising from Federal control of transportation systems. March 11, 1920 · 1789

Copyright benefits to Great Britain for works published therein, etc., since August 1, 1914, and not in United States. April 10, 1920 · 1790

Setting apart the Mononagahela National Forest, Virginia and West Virginia. April 28, 1920 · 1791

Extending time for paying installments for ceded lands of Crow Indian Reservation, Montana. May 5, 1920 · 1793

Appointing John Barton Payne Director General of Railroads. May 14, 1920 · 1793

Designating John Barton Payne as agent in actions arising from Federal control of transportation systems, etc. May 14, 1920 · 1794

Canceling licenses of dealers in designated cereals, etc., as no longer essential. May 25, 1920 · 1794

Appointing anthracite coal mining commission. June 3, 1920 · 1796

Authorizing coal mining in Matanuska field, Alaska, for naval uses. June 12, 1920 · 1797