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Excepting from the force and effect of this proclamation all lands which may have been, prior to the date hereof, embraced in any legal entry or covered by any lawful filing duly of record in the proper United States Land Office, or upon which any valid settlement has been made pursuant to law, and the statutory period within which to make entry or filing of record has not expired: Provided, that this exception shall not continue to apply to any particular tract of land unless the entryman, settler or claimant continues to comply with the law under which the entry, filing or settlement was made.

Warning is hereby expressly given to all persons not to make settlement upon the lands reserved by this proclamation.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington this 12th day of October, in the

year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five, [SEAL.] and of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and thirtieth.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT By the President:

ELIHU Root

Secretary of State.

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

October 14, 1905.

A PROCLAMATION.

Santo Domingo.
Preamble.
Vol. 30, p. 739.

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war material to Domin

hibited.

WHEREAS by a Joint Resolution, approved April 22, 1898, entitled “Joint Resolution to prohibit the export of coal or other material used in war from any sea-port of the United States”, the President is “authorized, in his discretion, and with such limitations and exceptions as shall seem to him expedient, to prohibit the export of coal or other material used in war from any sea-port of the United States until otherwise ordered by the President or by Congress;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Presi- Export dent of the United States of America, for good and sufficient reasons ican Republic prounto me appearing, and by virtue of the authority conferred upon me by the said Joint Resolution, do hereby declare and proclaim that the export of arms, ammunition and munitions of war of every kind, from any port in the United States or in Porto Rico to any port in the Dominican Republic, is prohibited, without limitation or exception, from and after the date of this my proclamation until otherwise ordered by the President or by Congress.

AND I do hereby enjoin all good citizens of the United States Notice. and of Porto Rico and all persons residing or being within the territory or jurisdiction thereof to be governed accordingly.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington this 14th day of October in the

year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five SEAL.] and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and thirtieth.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT By the President:

ELIHU Root

Secretary of State.

November 2, 1905.

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

A PROCLAMATION.

Preamble.

When nearly three centuries ago the first settlers came to the country which has now become this great republic, they fronted not only hardship and privation, but terrible risk to their lives. In those grim years the custom grew of setting apart one day in each year for a special service of thanksgiving to the Almighty for preserving the people through the changing seasons. The custom has now becomie national and hallowed by immemorial usage. We live in easier and more plentiful times than our forefathers, the men who with rugged strength faced the rugged days; and yet the dangers to national life are quite as great now as at any previous time in our history. It is eminently fitting that once a year our people should set apart a day for praise and thanksgiving to the Giver of Good, and, at the same time that they express their thankfulness for the abundant mercies received, should manfully acknowledge their shortcomings and pledge themselves solemnly and in good faith to strive to overcome them. During the past year we have been blessed with bountiful crops. Our business prosperity has been great. No other people has ever stood on as high a level of material well-being as ours now stands. We are not threatened by foes from without. The foes from whom we should pray to be delivered are our own passions, appetites and follies; and

against these there is always need that we should war. Thursday,

Therefore, I now set apart Thursday, the thirtieth day of this Noset apart as a day vember, as a day of thanksgiving for the past and of prayer for the

future, and on that day I ask that throughout the land the people gather in their homes and places of worship, and in rendering thanks unto the Most High for the manifold blessings of the past year, consecrate themselves to a life of cleanliness, honor and wisdom, so that this nation may do its allotted work on the earth in a manner worthy of those who founded it and of those who preserved it.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto - set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington this 2nd day of November in the

year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five [SEAL.] and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and thirtieth.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT By the President:

ELIHU Root

Secretary of State.

veinber 30,

NO 1905,

of national thanks. giving.

November 11, 1905.

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

A PROCLAMATION.

Yuba Forest Reserve, Cal.

Preamble.
Post, .

WHEREAS, it is provided by section twenty-four of the Act of

Congress, approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, Yoks 26: 1103. entitled, "An act to repeal timber-culture laws, and for other pur

poses ", " That the President of the United States may, from time to time, set apart and reserve, in any State or Territory having public land bearing forests, in any part of the public lands wholly or in part covered with timber or undergrowth, whether of commercial value or

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