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PROCLAMATIONS, 1935. 'espect to like or similar articles wholly or in part the growth or )roduct of the principal competing country; WHEREAS In the course of said investigation a hearin~ was held, If which reasonable public notice was given and at which parties nterested were given reasonable opportunity to be present, to produce ividence, and to be heard; WHEREAS the Commission has reported to the President the 'esults of said investigation and its findings with respect to such lifferences in costs of production; WHEREAS the Commission has found that the duties expressly ixed by statute do not equalize the difference in the costs of produc- ,ion of the domestic articles and the like or similar foreign articles vhen produced in the principal competing country, and has specified n its report the decrease in the rate of duty expressly fixed by statute ound by the Commission to be shown by said investigation to be tecessary to equalize such difference; and 3435 WHEREAS in the judgment of the President such rate of duty is bown by such investigation of the Tariff Commission to be necessary ,() equalize such difference in costs of production: NOW, TH~RE}"ORE, I, }"R~NKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, e{j~::;~~JfGer~~:! ~ lent of the Umted States of Amenca, do hereby approve and proclaIm costsorprodu~t1oD. ~ decrease in the rate of duty expressly fixed in paragraph 805 of title ~~ie~' p. 639.

of said act on ale, porter, stout, and beer, from $1 :per gallon to 50

~nts per gallon, the rate found to be shown by said Investigation to )e necessary (within the limit of total decrease provided for in said I.Ct) to equalize such difference in costs of production. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and ~aused the seal of the United States to be affixed. DONE at the City of Washington this 16tb day of January, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-five, and of [SEAL] the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and fifty-ninth. By the President: CORDELL HULL Secretary oj State. FRANKLIN D HOOSEVJi;LT [No. 2115] AMENDING REGUI.ATIONS ON MIGRATORY GAME Bums BY THJ<: I'JU:SIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OJ<' AMEHICA A PROCLAMATION 'VHEREAS the Secretary of Agriculture, hy virtue of the authority PrOf:OOtioD or migra- vested in him by section 3 of the .Migrntory Bird Trenty Act (40 Stat. t°v,lp'lr~i). p. 755; 755; U. S. C ., title 16, sees. 703··711), has submitted to me for approval l.\~/;u·l'· ~ !t regulation further amendatory of the regulations approved and HUe"J( 'Jlj 11' t ion s proclaimed July 31, 1918, which the Secretnry of Agriculture hus amended. determined to be a suitable amendatory regulation permitting and governing the hunting, taking, capture, killing, possession, sale, purchase, shipment, trunsportntion, carriage, and export of migra- tory birds and parts thereof and their n('sts und eggs, as follows: Regulation 3, "Means by 'Vhich Migratory Game Birds May M .. .. I1 DS for taking Be Taken", as set forth in Proclamation No. 2094, of August 20, 19:34, hlrds.