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1952 PROCLAMATIONS, 1924. 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 nineteenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and [sam,.] twenty-four, and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and forty-eighth. {ALVIN (`oounon By the President: Cmnnns E. Hnorsms, Secretary of State.

 BY THE Pnnsmnnr or THE Uxrrnn STATES or Aimrzrcx

A PROCLAMATION. _ Panama Canal- WHEREAS, a Joint Resolution of Congress entitled a "Joint Reso- P'°°mb1°' lution Authorizing the President to abroigate the international agreeh _ ment embodied in certain Executive or ers relating to the Panama ‘ ¤£§f"“°°'y °“t °"m` Canal," approved February 12, 1923, provides as ollows: V°*· *2· ¤· mib- “Whereas it is provided in the Act entitled, ‘An Act to provide V°1‘37"‘5°` for the opiening, maintenance, protection, and operation of the Panama anal, and the sanitation and government of the Canal Zone,’ ap(proved August'424, 312, éthat allllgawsa orderls, reégulai tions an ordinances a.o t - an romu ate in the ana Zone,by order of the President for tge government and sanitation of the Canal Zone and the construction of the Panama Canal are hereby ratified and confirmed as valid and binding until pgplgress shall othe1r;wiso`dprovide’; aipdi d 6 d rd ‘ ereas amen the e ersso rat e an con rme asvar and binding are Executive Orders, issued by the Secretary of War, ty d*6:;*1a;*:ss4Ps€~;::a:¤1%:;a¤:2aaB.$:;ab€:9€·.¤22 ecem e _ a which were enibodied the terms of an agreement reached betwieen the Secretary of War and officials of the Panama Government to serve as a modus operandi during the construction of the canal; and " Whereas the lpurpos.-» offthle agrcélemenit ip question has passed with theforma o eniv 0 thecan an theagreement no on er provides an adeqifate ligasis for the adjustment of riluestions arisfng céut of the relatiioiis between gre élaplgl %one apt aolrities and the overnment o anama, an s o e rep ac y a more rmanent eement: Hffesolved bggfie Senate and House of Izipresentatirves Irgf the United States of America in Congress assemb That the resident be authorized to abrogate the international agreement embodied in the Executive orders issued as aforesaid, on December 3, December6, and December28, 1904,January7, 1905, and January 5,1911. "Sec. 2. That when the President sliall exegcise {lie aughprrtiy h b ted h orders s all no onger evai an in - irig? afrigllgih legslugdect of these orders given to them by the said Act of Congress approved August 24, 1912, shall be_repealed." 0¤¤a1Z¤¤¤· Now, therefore, I, Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States Asra¤¤¤a¤¢¤ aim of America, acting under and by virtue of the authority conferred girogiiltzd rigsgfciiiiié in me by the said Joint Resolution of Congress_, do hereby declare ‘· *9 ‘· and proclaim, in accordance with notice of my intentron lpereto ore given to the Government of Panama, the abroglatron as 0 June_ 1, 1924, of the international eement embodie in the Executive Orders issued as aforesaid, orI%l9ecember 3, December 6, and December 28, 1904, January 7, 1905, and January 5, 1911.