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3416 September 11, 1934. Sugar beets and sugarcane. Vol. 4S , pp. 37, 675. Po6t, p. ~422. PROCLAMATIONS) 1934. EXTEKDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ACT TO THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS IN THE CASE OF SUGAR BEETS AND SUGARCANE BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLANIATION "lIEREAS section 10 (f) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, approved Mny 12, 1933 (48 Stat. 37), as amended by section 7 of the act entitled" An Act to include sugar beets and sugarcane as basic agricultural commodities under the Agricultural Adjustment Act, and for other purposes", approved May 9,1934 (Public, No. 213, 73d Cong.), provides in part: "*

  • * except that, in the case of sugar beets and sugarcane,

the President, if he finds it necessary in order to effectuate the declared policy of this Act, is authorized by proclamation to make the proyi- sions of this title applicable to the Philippine Islands * * *" ; AND WHEREAS I find it necessary in order to effectuate the declared policy of the aforesaid Agricultural Adjustment Act to make the provIsions of title I thereof applicable to the Philippine Islands in the case of sugar beets and sugarcane: Provisio:JS of Agri. NOW' THEREFORE I FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Presi- cultural AdJustment f'h . dS ' 'fA' db" fh Act as to, extended to dent 0 t e Umte tates 0 menca,unerandyVIrtue0 te Philippine Islands. nuthority vested in me by section 10 (f) of the Agricultural Adjust- Pulaski Memorial Day. ment Act, as amended, do her(i;y proclaim that the provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, as amended, are extended and made applicable to the Philippine Islands in the case of sugar beets and sugarcane, effective as of September 12, 1934. 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 11 til day of September, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-four, [SEAL] and of the Indepencence of the United States of America the one hundred and fifty-ninth. FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT By the President: CORDELL HULL Secretary of State. [No. 2098] PULASKI MEMORIAL DAY BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS Count Casimi.r Pulaski emigrated as a young Illan to Lhe United States, became a prototype of the multitudes of his countrymen who have followed him, joined the Revolutionnry forces as a v"luntecr, rose to the grade of brigadier general in the Conti- nental Army, and, contributing largely to the development of its cavalry, bequeathed the fruits of his experience to the defense of the young Republic before succumbing near Savannah, Georgia, to the wounds of a hero; and