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April 28, 1914.

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

A PROCLAMATION

Domestic violence in Colorado.

Preamble.

Whereas, it is provided by the Constitution of the United States that the United States shall protect every State in this Union, on application of the legislature, or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be convened), against domestic violence;

And whereas, the Governor of the State of Colorado has repre sented that domestic violence exists in said State which the authori. ties of said State are unable to suppress; and has represented that it is impossible to convene the legislature of the State in time to meet the present emergency;

And whereas, the laws of the United States require that in all cases of insurrection in any State or of obstruction to the laws thereof, whenever in the judgment of the President it becomes necessary to use the military forces to suppress such insurrection or obstruction to the laws, he shall forthwith by proclamation command such insurgents to disperse, and retire peaceably to their respective

abodes within a limited time: Warning persons en

Now, therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United tho Lows, etc., to dis States, do hereby admonish all good citizens of the United States,

and all persons within the territory and jurisdiction of the United States against aiding, countenancing, abefting, or taking part in such unlawful proceedings, and I do hereby warn all persons engaged in or connected with said domestic violence and obstruction of the laws to disperse and retire peaceably, to their respective abodes on or before the thirtieth day of April, instant.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. lone at this city of Washington, this twenty-eighth day of April,

in the year of our Lord' Nineteen hundred and fourteen, (SEAL.) and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and thirty-eighth.

WOODROW WILSON
By the President:
W. J. BRYAN

Secretary of State.

perse.

May 1, 1914

Biskiyou National Forest, Oreg.

Preamble.

Ante, p. 113.

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

A PROCLAMATION Whereas it appears that the public good will be promoted by eliminating from the Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon, certain lands, and restoring the public lands therein in a manner authorized by the Act of Congress approved September thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, entitled "An Act To authorize the President to provide a method for opening lands restored from reservation or withdrawal, and for other purposes";

Now, therefore, I, WOODROW WILSON, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the power in me vested by the Act of Congress approved June fourth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven (30 Štat., 11 at 34 and 36), entitled “An Act Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, and for other purposes”, do proclaim that the boundaries of the Siskiyou National Forest are hereby changed to exclude the areas indicated as eliminations on the diagram hereto annexed and forming a part hereof.

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Ante, p. 113.

And I do further proclaim and make known that in my judgment it sexcluded lands, rois proper and necessary in the interest of equal opportunity and good administration that all of such excluded lands subject to disposition should be restored to settlement in advance of entry, and pursuant to the authority reposed in me by the aforesaid Act of September thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, I do hereby direct and provide that such lands, subject to valid rights, shall be open to actual settlers only under the provisions of the homestead laws for a period of twenty-eight days from and including 9 o'clock a. m., standard Time of opening. time, on the fifty-sixth day from and after the date hereof, and thereafter to entry and disposition under any and all of the public land laws applicable thereto. Persons who go upon any of the lands to be restored as herein

pro

Warning against

trespassing prior to vided and perform any act of settlement thereon from and including settlement. the date of this proclamation until 9 o'clock a. m., standard time, on the fifty-sixth day from and after the date hereof, or who are on or are occupying, any part of such lands at said hour, except those having valid subsisting settlement rights initiated prior to reservation and since maintained, will be considered and dealt with as trespassers and preference will be given the prior legal applicant, notwithstanding Examinations alsuch unlawful settlement or occupancy: Provided, however, that nothing herein shall prevent persons from going upon and over the lands to examine them with a view to thoreafter going upon and making settlement thereon when the lands shall become subject thereto in accordance with this proclamation. Persons having prior de Portor lottlomont

rights, settlement rights, as above defined, will be allowed to make entry in conformity with existing law and regulations. This proclamation shall not prevent the settlement and entry of any

Agricultural lands. lands höretofore opened to settlement and entry under the Act of Con- Vol. 34, p. 233. gress approved June eleventh, nineteen hundred and six, entitled

An Act To provide for the entry of Agricultural lands within forest reserves”.

It is not intended by this proclamation to reserve any land nor to Ares affected. release any land from reservation not heretoforo embraced in a National Forest except the areas indicated on the diagram as eliminations.

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 4th day of May, in the year

of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fourteen, and (SEAL.] of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-eighth.

WOODROW WILSON
By the President:
W. J. BRYAN

Secretary of State.

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

May 6, 1914.

A PROCLAMATION

National

WHEREAS an Executive Order dated September fourth, nineteen rumore
hundred and thirteen, directed that the Scipio Division of the Nebo Preamble.
National Forest, within the State of Utah, should become a part of the
Fillmore National Forest, also within the State of Utah; and

WHEREAS it appears that the public good will be promoted by adding certain Forest lands within the State of Utah to the Fillmore National Forest;

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Now, therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the power in me vested by the Act of Congress approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-one (26 Stat., 1095), entitled "An Act To repeal timber-culture laws, and for other purposes, and also by the Act of Congress approved June fourth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven (30 Stat., 11 at 34 and 36), entitled "An Act Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, and for other purposes," do proclaim that the boundaries of the Fillmore National Forest are hereby changed and that they are now as shown on the diagram forming a part hereof.

The withdrawal made by this proclamation shall, as to all lands which are at this date legally appropriated under the public land laws or reserved for any public purpose, be subject to, and shall not interfere with or defeat legal rights under such appropriation, nor prevent the use for such public purpose of lands so reserved, so long as such appropriation is legally maintained, or such reservation remains in force.

This proclamation shall not prevent the settlement and entry of any lands heretofore opened to settlement and entry under the Act of Congress approved

June eleventh, nineteen hundred and six, entitled “An Act To provide for the entry of Agricultural lands within forest reserves.

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 sixth day of May, in the year

of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fourteen, and (SEAL.) of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-eighth.

WOODROW WILSON
By the President:
W. J. BRYAN

Secretary of State.

Agricultural lands.
Vol. 34, p. 233.

May 9, 1914.

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

A PROCLAMATION.

Mother's Day. Whereas, By & Joint Resolution approved May 8, 1914, "desig-
Preamblo.
Ante, p. 770. nating the second Sunday in May as Mother's Day, and for other

purposes”, the President is authorized and requested to issue a proc-
lamation calling upon the government officials to display the United
States flag on all government buildings, and the people of the United
States to display the flag at their homes or other suitable places on the
second Sunday in May as a public expression of our love and reverence
for the mothers of our country;

And whereas, by the said Joint Resolution it is made the duty of the

President to request the observance of the second Sunday in May

as provided for in the said Joint Resolution; Observance of second Now, Therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United Sunday in May as

Day To States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the said questerl.

Joint Resolution, do hereby direct the government officials to display the United States flag on all government buildings and do invite the people of the United States to display the flag at their homes or other suitable places on the second Sunday in May as a public expression of our love and reverence for the mothers of our country.

Mother's

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