Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 49 Part 2.djvu/1491

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1936. 3503 ARMY DAY BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA April 3. 1\136. A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS Senate Conenrrent Resolution 30, 74th Congress, 2d g:~U:~' Session, provides: Ante, p. Z3..'!5 . "That Monday, April 6, 1936 be rccognizcd by the Senate and House of Represcntatives of the United States of America, as Army Day, and that the Prcsidcnt of the United States be requested, as Commandcr in Chid, to order military units throughout the United States to assist civic bodies in appropriate celebration to such extent as he may deem advisablc; to issue a prodamation declaring April 6, 1936, as Army Day, and in such proclamation to invite the governors of the variolls Stat(·s to issue Army Day proclamations." NOW, THEREFORE, I, :FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, Presi- (.t;!!;~~6~/936. to be dent of the United States of America, do hereby declare April.6, . 1936, Army Day, and invite the governors of the various States to issue Army Day prodamations; and, as Commander in Chief, I do hereby order military units throu~hout the United States to assist civic bodies in appropriate c('lebration. IN \VITNESS 'VHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and callsed the seal of the Unit('d States to he affixed. DONE at the City of 'Vashin~t(Jn this third day of April, in the year of our Lord nin('t('('n hundred and thirty-six, and of [SEAL] the Independence of the United States of Americ'fl the one hundr('d and sixtieth. FRANKLIN D HOOSEYELT By the President: , COnDEJ",J, IIULL Secretary oj State. [Xo.2162] ENUMERATION o}o' ARMS, Al\IMUXITIOX, AXI> IMl'LJo:~H;~n; OF 'VAH BY THE IJHESIDENT OF THE l'XITEU ~TATES OF A!\lEHlCA A PHOCLA~L\1'10:'\ April 1O,II1M . WHEREAS RC'ction 2 of a joint resolution of Congress, entitled Ar,m~, ammnnition, ".JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for the prollibition of the export unI~;:::glhj:~.entsorwar. of arms, ammunition, and implements of war to belliger<mt countries; Ante, p. 111HZ. the prohibition of the transportation of a rIllS, ammunition, and implements of war by vessels of the United Stutes for the use of belligerent stutes; for the registration Dnd licensing of persons en- gaged in the business of manufacturing, exportin~, 01' importing arms, ammunition, or implements or1 war; and restricting trayel by ..\meri- can citizens on belligerent ships during war", approved August 31, 193r" provides in purt as follows: "The President is hereby authorized to proclaim upon recommen- dation of the Board from time to time a list of articles which shall be considered arms, ammunition, and implements of war for the pur- poses of thi,; section", 1 So ill oribrJnnl.