1:1-2a. "Present war" and similar phrases
Unless it be otherwise expressly provided or there is something in the subject or context repugnant to such construction, the following words, phrases and clauses, namely: "present war," "present war emergency," "the existing state of war," "present defense emergency," when used or named within this State in any manner whatsoever with relation to a period of time shall mean so long as the United States of America continues in the present wars with the governments of Japan, Germany and Italy, or any of them, and until the making of a treaty or treaties of peace concluding all of said wars.
L.1942, c. 72, p. 314, s. 1, eff. May 2, 1942.
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