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An Act To further regulate interstate and foreign commerce by prohibit-
ing the transportation therein for immoral purposes of women and girls,
and for other purposes. (June 25, 1910, Public No. 277, chap. 395, 36
Stat. L., p. 825) -

An Act Providing for the quadrennial election of members of the Philip-
pine Assembly and Resident Commissioners to the United States, and
for other purposes. (Feb. 15, 1911, Public No. 376, chap. 81, 36

Stat. L., p. 910) --

An Act To protect the dignity and honor of the uniform of the United
States. (Mar. 1, 1911, Public No. 436, chap. 187, 36 Stat. L., p. 963).

An Act To prevent the disclosure of national defense secrets. (Mar. 3,

1911, Public No. 470, chap. 226. 36 Stat. L., p. 1084).

An Act To promote reciprocal trade relations with the Dominion of

Canada, and for other purposes. (July 26, 1911, Public No. 3, chap. 3,

37 Stat. L., p. 4)-

An Act To regulate radio communication. (Aug. 13, 1912, Public No. 264,

chap. 287, 37 Stat. L., p. 302) ––

An Act To amend section eight of the food and drugs act approved June

thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six. (Aug. 23, 1912, Public No. 301,

chap. 352, 37 Stat. L., p. 416).

An Act Making appropriations for the service of the Post Office Depart-

ment for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and

thirteen, and for other purposes. (Aug. 24, 1912, Public No. 336, chap.

389, 37 Stat. L., p. 539)

An Act Divesting intoxicating liquors of their interstate character in cer-
tain cases. (Mar. 1, 1913, Public No. 398, chap. 90, 37 Stat. L., p.
699)__

An Act To amend section eight of an Act entitled "An Act for preventing

the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adulterated or misbranded

or poisonous or deleterious foods, drugs, medicines, and liquors, and for

regulating traffic therein, and for other purposes," approved June

thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six. (Mar. 3, 1913, Public No. 419,

chap. 117, 37 Stat. L., p. 84).

An Act Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the
fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen.
(Mar. 4, 1913, Public No. 430, chap. 145, 37 Stat. L., p. 828)__
An Act To reduce tariff duties and to provide revenue for the Govern-
ment, and for other purposes. (Oct. 3, 1913, Public No. 16, chap. 16,
38 Stat. L., p. 114).

An Act To provide for the establishment of Federal reserve banks, to

furnish an elastic currency, to afford means of rediscounting commer-

cial paper, to establish a more effective supervision of banking in the

United States, and for other purposes. (Dec. 23, 1913, Public No. 43,

chap. 6, 38 Stat. L., p. 251. As amended Aug. 4, 1914 (38 Stat., 682,

chap. 225); Aug. 15, 1914 (38 Stat., 691, chap. 252); Mar. 3, 1915 (38

Stat., 958, chap. 93); Sept. 7, 1916 (39 Stat., 752, chap. 461); June 21,

1917 (40 Stat, 232, chap. 32); Sept. 26, 1918; Mar. 3, 1919).

An Act To amend an Act entitled "An Act to prohibit the importation and

use of opium for other than medicinal purposes," approved February

ninth, nineteen hundred and nine. (Jan. 17, 1914, Public No. 46, chap.

9, 38 Stat. L., p. 275)–.

An Act To supplement existing laws against unlawful restraints and

monopolies, and for other purposes. (Oct. 15, 1914, Public No. 212,

chap. 323, 38 Stat. L., p. 730) –

An Act To provide for the registration of, with collectors of internal

revenue, and to impose a special tax upon all persons who produce, im-

port, manufacture, compound, deal in, dispense, sell, distribute, or give

away opium or coca leaves, their salts, derivatives, or preparations, and

for other purposes.

(Dec. 17, 1914, Public No. 223, chap. 1, 38 Stat. L.,

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An Act To provide for the allowance of drawback of tax on articles

shipped to the island of Porto Rico or to the Philippine Islands. (Mar.

4, 1915, Public No. 313, chap. 164, 38 Stat. L., p. 1189)_.

An Act For making further and more effectual provision for the national

defense, and for other purposes. (June 3, 1916, Public No. 85, chap.

134, 39 Stat. L., p. 166)–

An Act Making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Govern-

ment for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and

seventeen, and for other purposes.-Internal-revenue and tonnage laws

ratified. (July 1, 1916, Public No. 132, chap. 209, 39 Stat. L., p.

262)

An Act Making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy

for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and seven-

teen, and for other purposes-Filipino cadets. (Aug. 11, 1916, Public

No. 191, chap. 314, 39 Stat. L., p. 192).

An Act Relating to bills of lading to interstate and foreign commerce.

(Aug. 29, 1916, Public No. 239, chap. 415, 30 Stat. L., p. 538).

An Act Making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year

ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and seventeen, and for other

purposes. (Aug. 29, 1916, Public No. 241, chap. 417, 39 Stat. L., p.

556)_

An Act To amend the Judicial Code; to fix the time when the annual

term of the Supreme Court shall commence; and further to define the

jurisdiction of that court-Appeals from Supreme Court of Philippine

Islands. (Sept. 6, 1916, Public No. 258, chap. 448, 39 Stat. L., p. 726).

An Act To establish a United States Shipping Board for the purpose

of encouraging, developing, and creating a naval auxiliary and naval

reserve and a merchant marine to meet the requirements of the com-

merce of the United States with its Territories and possessions and with

foreign countries; to regulate carriers by water engaged in the foreign

and interstate commerce of the United States; and for other purposes.

(Sept. 7, 1916, Public No. 260, chap. 451, 39 Stat. L., p. 728)‒‒‒‒‒

An Act To increase the revenue, and for other purposes. (Sept. 8, 1916,
Public No. 271, chap. 463, 39 Stat. L., p. 756)––

Executive Order of the President requiring official reports of the Philip-

pine Islands be made to the War Department, and business of War

Department pertaining to civil government in the Philippine Islands

to be assigned to the Bureau of Insular Affairs. (Sept. 19, 1916) --

An Act To regulate the immigration of aliens to, and the residence of

aliens in, the United States. (Feb. 5, 1917, Public No. 301, chap. 29,

39 Stat. L., p. 874)--

An Act To punish acts of interference with the foreign relations, the

neutrality, and the foreign commerce of the United States, to punish

espionage, and better to enforce the criminal laws of the United States,

and for other purposes. (June 15, 1917, Public No. 24, chap. 30, 40

Stat. L., p. 217).

An Act To amend the Act approved December twenty-third, nineteen

hundred and thirteen, known as the Federal reserve Act, as amended

by the Acts of August fourth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, August

fifteenth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, March third, nineteen hun-

dred and fifteen, and September seventh, nineteen hundred and six-

teen. (June 21, 1917, Public No. 25, chap. 32, 40 Stat. L., p. 232).

An Act To provide revenue to defray war expenses, and for other pur-

poses. (Oct. 3, 1917, Public No. 50, chap. 63, 40 Stat. L., p. 300)‒‒‒‒

An Act To define, regulate, and punish trading with the enemy, and for

other purposes. (Oct. 6, 1917, Public No. 91, chap. 106, 40 Stat. L.,

p. 411).

An Act To authorize the calling into the service of the United States the

militia and other locally created armed forces in the Philippine Islands,

and for other purposes. (Jan. 26, 1918, Public No. 97, chap. 11, 40

Stat. L., p. 432)_.

An Act To extend protection to the civil rights of members of the Military

and Naval Establishments of the United States engaged in the present

war. (Mar. 8, 1918, Public No. 103, chap. 20, 40 Stat. L., p. 440) –

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An Act To save daylight and to provide standard time for the United

States. (Mar. 10, 1918, Public No. 108, chap. 26, 40 Stat. L., p. 450) ---

An Act To authorize the appointment of officers of the Philippine Scouts

as officer in the militia or other locally created armed forces of the

Philippine Islands drafted into the service of the United States, and

for other purposes. (Mar. 30, 1918, Public No. 114, chap. 36, 40 Stat.

L., p. 500)––

An Act To punish the wilful injury or destruction of war material, or

of war premises or utilities used in connection with war material, and

for other purposes. (Apr. 20, 1918, Public No. 135, chap. 59, 40 Stat.

L., p. 533 (.

An Act To amend the naturalization laws and to repeal certain sections

of the Revised Statutes of the United States and other laws relating to

naturalization, and for other purposes. (May 9, 1918, Public No. 144,

chap. 69, 40 Stat. L., p. 542) ---

An Act To prevent in time of war departure from or entry into the United

States contrary to the public safety. (May 22, 1918, Public No. 154,

chap. 81, 40 Stat. L., p. 559)----

An Act Making appropriations to supply additional urgent deficiencies

in appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen.

hundred and eighteen, on account of war expenses and for other pur-

poses.-Philippine tax legislation legalized. (June 4, 1918, Public

No. 164, 40 Stat. L., p. 594).

An Act Providing for the protection of the uniform of friendly nations,

and other purposes. (July 8, 1918, Public No. 190, chap. 138, 40 Stat.

L., p. 821) -----

40 Stat. L., p. 900) -

An Act To confer on the President power to prescribe charter rates and

freight rates and to requisition vessels, and for other purposes. (July

18, 1918, Public No. 202, chap. 157, 40 Stat. L., p. 913).

An Act To provide revenue, and for other purposes.

Public No. 254, chap. 18. 40 Stat. L., p. 1057).

An Act Making appropriations for the legislative executive, and judicial

expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920,

and for other purposes. (Mar. 1, 1919, Public No. 314, chap. 86, 40

Stat. L., p. 1213) -

Appendix I.-Protocol of agreement between the United States and Spain,

embodying the terms of a basis for the establishment of peace between

the two countries. Signed at Washington, August 12, 1898. (Aug. 12,

1898, 30 Stat. L., p. 1742).

Appendix II.-Treaty of Peace between the United States of America

and the Kingdom of Spain. Signed at Paris. December 10, 1898; rati-

fication advised by the Senate, February 6, 1899; ratified by the Presi-

dent, February 6, 1899; ratified by Her Majesty the Queen Regent of

Spain, March 19, 1899; ratifications exchanged at Washington, April 11,

1899; proclaimed, Washington, April 11, 1899. (Dec. 10, 1898, 30

Stat. L., p. 1754)__.

Appendix III.-Protocol of agreement extending, as to the Phillippine

Islands, for six months from April 11, 1900, the period fixed in Article

IX of the Treaty of Peace between the United States and Spain, signed

at Paris December 10, 1898, during which Spanish subjects, natives

of the Peninsula, may declare their intention to retain their Spanish

nationality. Signed at Washington, March 29, 1900; advice and con-

sent of the Senate, April 27, 1900; proclaimed, April 28, 1900. (Mar.

29, 1900, 31 Stat. L., p. 1881).

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