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PROCLAMATIONS, 1935. "Whoever, in violation of any of the provisions of this section, shall export, or attempt to export, or cause to be exported, arms, ammuni- tion, or implements of war from the United States, or any of its possessions, shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned not more than five years, or both, and the property, vessel, or vehicle containing the same shall be subject to the provisions of sections 1 to 8, inclusive, title 6, chapter 30, of the Act approved June 15, 1917 (40 Stat. 223-225; U. S. C ., title 22, secs. 238-245)." 3475 NOW, THE~EFORE, I, FRA~KLI~ D. ROOSEVELT! Presi- en~oc18:05, 19 November 2014 (UTC) Ofe~m; dent of the Umted States of Amenca, actmg under and by VIrtue of between Ethiopia and the authority conferred on me by the said joint resolution of Congress, Italy. do hereby proclaim that a. state of war unhappily exists between Ethiopia and the Kingdom of Italy; and I do hereby admonish all citizens of the United States or any of its possessions and all persons residing or being within the territory or jurisdiction of the United States or its possessions to abstain from every violation of the pro- visions of the joint resolution above set forth, hereby made effective and applicable to the export of arms, ammunition, or implements of war from any place in the United States or its possessions to Ethiopia or to the Kingdom of Italy, or to any Italian possession, or to any neutral port for transshipment to, or for the use of, Ethiopia or the Kingdom of Italy. And I do hereby declare and proclaim that the articles listed below .,r~les to ~ conĀ· shall be considered arms, ammunition, and implements of war for 51 er arms, e c. the purposes of section 1 of the said joint resolution of Congress: Oategory I Categories. (1) Rifles and carbines using ammunition in excess of cal. 26.5, and their barrels; (2) Machine suns, automatic rifles, and machine pistols of all calibers, and theIr barrels; (3) Guns, howitzers, and mortars of all calibers, their mountings and barrels; (4) Ammunition for the arms enumerated under (1) and (2) above, i. e., high-power steel-jacketed ammunition in excess of cal. 26.5; filled and unfilled projectiles and propellants with a web thick- ness of .015 inches or greater for the projectiles of the arms enumer- ated under (3) above; (5) Grenades, bombs, torpedoes, and mines, filled or unfilled, 'and a}>paratus for their use or discharge; (6) Tanks, military armored vehicles, and armored trains. Oategory II Vessels of war of all kinds, including aircraft carriers and sub- mannes. Oategory I II (1) Aircraft, assembled or dismantled, both heavier and lighter than air, which are designed, adapted, and inkmded for aerial combat by the use of machine guns or of artillery or for the carrying and dropping of bombs or which are equipped with, or which by reason of design or construction are prepared for, any of the appliances referred to in paragraph (2) below; (2) Aerial gun mounts and frames, bomb racks, torpedo carriers, and bomb or torpedo release mechanisms. Oategory IV Revolvers and automatic pistols of a weight in excess of 1 pound 6 ounces (630 grams), using ammunition in excess of ('Ill. 26.5, and ammunition therefor.