Official explanation regarding the formation of the Philippine Shipping Association, October 1, 1942
Announcement REGISTRATION OF AMERICAN AND BRITISH NATIONALS September 19, 1942 Britishers and Americans who have been misled by false anti-Japanese propaganda and have not registered with the Japanese Military Authorities shall be accorded the same treatment as those already interned in concentration camps and later released, if they will show repentance for their mistake in continue reading : Registration of American and British nationals
Payment of confiscated radio sets and accessories, September 4, 1942
Signed on September, 1942: Concerning the restriction of the usage and operation of motor vehicles.
Announcement TREATMENT OF FILIPINO PRISONERS August 7, 1942 The Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines which have been taking steps since June of temporarily releasing Filipino prisoners, including the sick, the wounded as well as the healthy, whose families were cooperating in the service of the Japanese Forces as in actual operations, military administration and continue reading : Announcement: Treatment of Filipino Prisoners, August 7, 1942
Announcement SECOND GRANT OF PROVISIONAL RELEASE OF SICK AND WOUNDED FILIPINO PRISONERS OF WAR July 26, 1942 The provisional release will be granted for the second time to sick Filipino prisoners of war. The purpose of the Army in taking this step was clearly defined at the time of the first release. It is to continue reading : Announcement: Second Grant of Provisional Release of Sick and Wounded Filipino Prisoners of War, July 26, 1942
When these hostile anti-Japanese groups comprise such elements as leading figures in the community, the matter is one of the utmost seriousness considering the influence and the responsibility of these men.
Statement SEARCH FOR CONTRABAND ARTICLES USED FOR FIFTH-COLUMN ACTIVITIES July 19, 1942 Recently there have been some persons among the people of the Philippines who, not realizing the present situation under the Military Administration of the Imperial Japanese Forces and still beguiled by false American propaganda, have continued fifth-column activities in response to the promptings continue reading : Statement: Search for Contraband Articles Used for Fifth-Column Activities, July 19, 1942
Resumption of Third-Class Passenger Service of the railroad line to Northern and Southern Luzon Provinces, June 19, 1942
Signed on June 13, 1942: Instruction Concerning Mail Service of newspapers and magazines