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3476 Enforcement direct- ed. PROCLAMATIONS, 1935. Oategory V (1) Aircraft, assembled or dismantled, both heavier and lighter than air, other than those included in category III; (2) Propellers or air screws, fuselages, hulls, tail units, and under carriage units; (3) Aircraft engines. OategOTJl VI (1) Livens projectors and flame throwers; (2) Mustard gas, lewisite, ethyldichlorarsine, and methyldichlor- arsine. And I do hereby enjoin upon all officers of the United States, charged with the execution of the laws thereof, the utmost diligence in preventing violations of the said joint resolution, and this my proclamation issued thereunder, and in bringing to trial and punish- ment any offenders Against the same. Regulations to be And I do hereby delegate to the Secretary of State the power of prescribed by 8ecre- 'b' I'fhf f' fh.d taryofState. prescn mg regu atlOns or teen orcement 0 sectlOn lot e sal joint resolution of August 31, 1935, as made effective by this my proclamation issued thereunder. ~toher 6, 1936. War between Etai· opla and Italy. 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 5th day of October, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-five, and [SEAL] of the Independence of the 1:nited States of America the one hundred and sixtieth. By the President: CORDELL HULL Secretary oj State. FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT [No. 2141) BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS Section 6 of the Joint Resolution of Congress, ap- proved August 31, 1935 (Public Resolution No. 67-74th Congress), provides tliat-- Shtutoryprovlsions. "Whenever, du~ any war in which the United States is neutral, ~:::"C.·i~S:: the President shall find that the maintenance of peace between the United States and foreign nations, or the protectlOn of the lives of citizens of the United States, or the protection of the commercial interests of the United States and its citizens, or the security of the United States requires that the American citizens should refrain from traveling as passengers on the vessels of any belligerent nation, he shall so proclaim, and thereafter no citizen of the lfnited States shall travel on any vessel of any belligerent nation except at his own risk, unless in accordance with such rules and regulations as the President shall prescribe: Provided, however, That the provisions of this section shall not apply to a citizen traveling on the vessel of a belligerent whose voyage was begun in advance of the date of the President's proclamation, and who had no opportunity to discontinue his voyage after that date: And providedjurther, That they shall not apply under ninety days after the date of the President's proclamation to 8. citizen returning from a foreign country to the United States or to any of its possessions. When, in the President's judgment, the conditions which