SB 9.19.23

bhū-maṇḍalasya sarvasya
 pūrum arhattamaṁ viśām
abhiṣicyāgrajāṁs tasya
 vaśe sthāpya vanaṁ yayau
Synonyms: 
bhū-maṇḍalasya — of the entire planet earth; sarvasya — of all wealth and riches; pūrum — his youngest son, Pūru; arhat-tamam — the most worshipable person, the king; viśām — of the citizens or the subjects of the world; abhiṣicya — crowning on the throne of the emperor; agrajān — all his elder brothers, beginning from Yadu; tasya — of Pūru; vaśe — under the control; sthāpya — establishing; vanam — in the forest; yayau — he went away.
Translation: 
Yayāti enthroned his youngest son, Pūru, as the emperor of the entire world and the proprietor of all its riches, and he placed all the other sons, who were older than Pūru, under Pūru’s control.