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NOTE: Former Tables 4 and 6 have been discontinued, and former Table 5 appears

in Chapter I of Title 43. Former Table 7 has been renumbered Table 4.

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1555

1603
1603
1623
1623
1787
2087
2087
2155
2211

1948

2764 Jan. 1 Carrying out exclusive trade agreement with Cuba of October 30, 1947.-

2765 Jan. 6 Extension of time for renewing trade-mark registrations: Norway.

2766 Jan. 21 Extension of time for renewing trade-mark registrations: Luxembourg

2767 Jan. 27 Prevention and control of juvenile delinquency

2768 Jan. 30 Extension of time for renewing trade-mark registrations: Denmark.

2769 Jan. 30 Supplementing proclamations of December 16, 1947, and January 1, 1948, carrying out

general agreement on tariffs and trade and exclusive trade agreement with Cuba,

respectively.

2770

Feb. 18 Red Cross Month, 1948.

2771

Feb. 28 Army Day, 1948.

2772 Mar. 20 Pan American Week, 1948.

2773 Mar. 24 Enlarging the Fort Matanzas National Monument, Florida.

2774 Mar. 25 Cancer Control Month, 1948..

2775 Mar. 26 Panama Canal Toll Rates.

2776 Mar. 26 Enumeration of arms, ammunition, and implements of war.

2777 Mar. 30 I Am An American Day, 1948.

2778

Apr. 16 Child Health Day, 1948.

2779

Apr. 16 National Farm Safety Week, 1948..

2780

Apr. 20

Mother's Day, 1948.

2781

Apr. 22 National Maritime Day, 1948_

2782 Apr. 22 Supplementing proclamations of December 16, 1947, and January 1, 1948, carrying out

general agreement on tariffs and trade and exclusive trade agreement with Cuba,

respectively

2783 Apr. 24

World Trade Week, 1948.

2784 May 4 Supplementing proclamations of December 16, 1947, and January 1, 1948, carrying out

general agreement on tariffs and trade and exclusive trade agreement with Cuba,

respectively.

2785 May 10 Francis Marion National Forest Wildlife Preserve.

2786 May 11 Extension of time for renewing trade-mark registrations: The Philippines

2787 May 27 Enlarging the Aztec Ruins National Monument: New Mexico.

2788 May 28 Prayer for Peace: Memorial Day, 1948..

2789 June 1 Flag Day, 1948

2790 June 11 Supplementing proclamations of December 16, 1947, and January 1, 1948, carrying out

general agreement on tariffs and trade and exclusive trade agreement with Cuba,

respectively

2791 June 12 Supplementing proclamations of December 16, 1947, carrying out general agreement

on tariffs and trade.

2792 June 25 Supplementing proclamations of December 16, 1947, and January 1, 1948, carrying out

general agreement on tariffs and trade and exclusive trade agreement with Cuba,

respectively

2793 July 1 Determining the drug isoamidone to be an opiate..

2794 July 2 Extension of time for renewing trade-mark registrations: Belgium.

2795 July 2 Display of the Flag at Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine.

2796 July 15 Convening the Congress..

2797 July 15 Death of General Pershing-

2798 July 15 Supplementing proclamations of December 16, 1947, and January 1, 1948, carrying out

general agreement on tariffs and trade and exclusive trade agreement with Cuba,

respectively

2799 July 20 Registration.

2800 July 20 Supplemental quota on imports of long-staple cotton.

2801 July 29 Amendments of regulations relating to migratory birds and game mammals.

2802 July 31 Termination of Brazilian Trade Agreement Proclamation..

2803 July 31 Coast Guard Day.

2804 Aug. 5 Fire Prevention Week, 1948.

2804A Aug. 18 National Guard Day, 1948.

2805 Aug. 21 Extension of time for renewing trade-mark registrations: Czechoslovakia

2806 Aug. 28 Death of Charles Evans Hughes..

2807 Sept. 4 Determining the drug keto-bemidone to be an opiate.

2808 Sept. 7 Postponing the effective date of Proclamation No. 2775 of March 26, 1948, prescribing

changes in Panama Canal Toll Rates..

2809 Sept. 7 Supplementing Proclamation No. 2790 of June 11, 1948, proclaiming the protocol of

rectifications to the general agreement on tariffs and trade.

2810 Sept. 8 Air Force Day, 1948.

2811

Sept. 9

United Nations Day, 1948..

2812

Sept. 13 National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week, 1948..

3272

3597
3717
3757
3757
4057
4057

4057
4173

4176
4411, 4567

4435
4435
4531
4911
4891
5069
5229

5229

5249
5297
5297
5357

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179

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251 251

319

1947 9916 Dec. 31 Amendment of Executive Order No. 6868 of Oct. 9, 1934, designating members of

the National Capital Housing Authority. 9917 Dec. 31 Appointment of members and alternate member of military tribunals established for

the trial and punishment of major war criminals in Germany. 9918 Dec. 31 Alabama, Tennessee and Northern Railroad Co. and other carriers, and certain of

their employees; creation of an emergency board to investigate disputes.1948 9919 Jan. 3 Joint resolution approved Dec. 30, 1947; delegating authority and establishing

procedures.. 9920

Jan. 8 Indian lands; extension of trust periods expiring during the calendar year 1948 9921 Jan. 10 Republic of the Philippines; authorizing the Philippine Alien Property Administra

tor to transfer certain property. 9922 Jan. 13 Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee Railway Co. and certain of its employees;

creation of an emergency board to investigate a dispute.. 9923 Jan. 13 Akron & Barberton Belt Railroad and certain of its employees; creation of an emer

gency board to investigate a dispute. 9924 Jan. 13 Travieso, The Honorable Martin; designated as Acting Judge of the District Court

of the United States for Puerto Rico 9925 Jan. 17 United States Atomic Energy Commission; establishing airspace reservations over

certain facilities. 9926 Jan. 17 Amendment of Executive Order No. 9898, suspending the eight-hour law as to the

laborers and mechanics employed by the Departments of the Army and the Air

Force on certain public works. 0927 Jan. 17 Territory of Hawaii; restoring certain lands to the jurisdiction.. 9928 Jan. 21 Medical Department of the Army; suspending professional examinations for perma

nent promotion of officers. 9929 Jan. 27 Akron, Canton & Youngstown Railroad Co. and other carriers, and certain of

their employees; creation of an emergency board to investigate a dispute.. 9930 Feb. 4 1949 Edition of the Code of Federal Regulations; authorizing and directing the pub

lication 9931 Feb. 19 National Security Resources Board; amendment of Executive Order 9905 designating

the membership... 9932 | Feb. 27 Foreign Service; acquisition of competitive status and reemployment of certain per

sons appointed or assigned 9933 Feb. 27 Amending Executive Order No. 9805 prescribing regulations governing payment of

travel and transportation expenses of civilian officers and employees of the United

States when transferred from one official station to another for permanent duty.. 9934 Mar. 5 Atomic energy facilities; creation of board of inquiry to report on labor dispute affect

ing operation.. 9934A Mar. 15 Meat packing industry of United States; creation of a board of inquiry to report on a

dispute.. 9935 Mar. 16 Directing the transfer of certain vessels to the Government of Italy 9936 Mar. 18 Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis and certain of its employees; creation of

an emergency board to investigate a dispute 9937 Mar. 20 Philippine rehabilitation program; authorizing the agencies participating to exercise

the authority vested in the President by section 4 of the Philippine Property Act

of 1916.. 9938 Mar. 22 Revoking Executive Order No. 9544 of Apr. 25, 1945, authorizing the Secretary of

War to assume control of a certain airport.. 9939 Mar. 23 Bituminous Coal Industry of the United States; creation of a board of inquiry to report

on a labor dispute... 9940 Mar. 25 Railway Express Agency, Inc., and certain of its employees; creation of an emergency

board to investigate a dispute. 9941 Mar. 26 Foreign Service retirement and disability system; authorizing the Secretary of State

to prescribe rules and regulations relating thereto.

396

519

763

1099

1101

1250

1375 1395

1471

1503

1555

1579

1625

1625

Table 2-EXECUTIVE ORDERS-Continued

No.

Date

Subject

13 F. R.

page

1948
9942
Apr. 1 Rubber Act of 1948; provision for performance of certain functions..

1823
9943
Apr. 9 Providing for carrying out the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948.

1975
9944
Apr. 9 Foreign Assistance Act of 1948; authorizing the Department of State to administer cer-
tain functions....

1975
9945
Apr. 9 Further amending Executive Order No. 9154 of May 1, 1942, authorizing certain exclu-

sions from the operation of the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as
amended

1975
9946 Apr. 10 Regulations governing allowances for actual transportation expenses in excess of the
lowest first-class rate in certain cases

1977
9947
Apr. 10 Pennsylvania Railroad and certain of its employees; creation of an emergency board
to investigate a dispute

1977
9948 Apr. 10 Aliquippa and Southern Railroad Company and certain of its employees; creation of
an emergency board to investigate a dispute...

1977
9949 Apr. 17

Certain public international organizations; modifying Executive Order No. 9721 pro-
viding for the transfer of personnel

2089
9950 Apr. 21 Armed Forces; revoking Executive Order No. 9877 of July 26, 1947, prescribing the
functions...

2191
9951 Apr. 21 Kuwili Park Military Reservation; restoring certain land to the jurisdiction of the
Territory of Hawaii

2191
9952
Apr. 22

Termination of reemployment rights of Federal civilian employees who transferred to
public or private agencies for national-defense or war work

2214
9953 Apr. 23 Establishing the Interdepartmental Committee for the Peacetime Voluntary Payroll
Savings Plan for the purchase of United States Savings Bonds.

2247
9954 Apr. 26 Johnson, John Monroe; exemption from compulsory retirement for age.

2283
9955 May 6 Public Health Service; regulations pertaining to promotions to certain grades in the
regular corps..

2442
9956 May 6 Mitchel, Harry B., exemption from compulsory retirement for age

2471
9957 May 10 Possession, control, and operation of certain railroads.

2503
9958 May 15 National Airlines, Inc., and certain of its employees; creation of an emergency board
to investigate a dispute...

2675
9959 May 18 Communications industry of the United States; creation of a board of inquiry to report
on a labor dispute...

2707
9960 May 19 Providing for the administration of aid and relief for the people of certain countries.

2707
9961 May 19 Reemployment rights of persons who left the Federal service to serve in the armed

forces or the Merchant Marine; directing the Civil Service Commission to make
determinations with respect thereto..

2735
9962 May 24 Regulations governing the payment of salaries and compensation of Federal employ-
ees outside the continental United States or in Alaska.

2783
9963
May 28 Hill, Samuel B., exemption from compulsory retirement for age

2943
9964 June 3 Maritime industry of the United States; creation of a board of inquiry to report on cer-
tain labor disputes.-

3009
9965 June 3 National Airlines, Inc., and certain of its employees; creation of an emergency board
to investigate certain disputes.

3009
9966 June 4 Miller, Carroll, exemption from compuslory retirement for age.

3193
9967 June 12 Designation of certain officers to act as Secretary of Agriculture..

3249
9968 June 17 Designation of certain officers to act as Secretary of Labor.

3313
9969 June 19 Alaska Railroad, Department of the Interior; suspension of eight-hour law as to work. 3333, 3449
9970 June 19 Bituminous Coal Industry of the United States; creation of a board of inquiry to
report on a labor dispute.-..

3333
9971 June 23 Transportation systems operated by the Secretary of the Army and certain workers;
creation of an emergency board to investigate disputes.

3481
9972 June 25 International Joint Commission, United States and Canada, designated as public

international organization entitled to enjoy certain privileges, exemptions, and
immunities

3573
9973 June 28 Amendment of Executive Order No. 9830 of February 24, 1947, amending the Civil
Service rules and providing for Federal personnel administration..

3600
9973A June 30 Wang, Frank H., exemption from compulsory retirement for age.

3759
0974 July 1 Extension of Executive Order No. 9898 of October 14, 1947, as amended, suspending
the eight-hour law as to laborers

and mechanics employed by the Departments of the
Army and the Air Force on certain public works.

3689
9975 July 7 Claimants and beneficiaries of the Veterans' Administration and their attendants;
regulations governing the allowance of travel expenses.

3805
9976 July 12 Amendment of Executive Order No. 9871 of July 8, 1947, prescribing regulations gov.

erning the granting of allowances for quarters and subsistence to enlisted men of the
Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, and per diem allowances to mem-
bers of such services and Coast and Geodetic Survey and Public Health Service on
duty outside of the continental United States or in Alaska..

3965
9977 July 14 Discontinuing certain District Land Offices.-

4033
9978 | July 17 Transfer of District Land Offices at Blackfoot and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho to Boise,
Idaho..

4117
9979 July 20 Selective Service; prescribing portions of the regulations and authorizing the Director

of Selective Service to perform certain functions of the President under the Selective
Service Act of 1948.

4117
9980 July 26 Fair employment practices within the Federal establishment; regulations governing.. 4311
9981 July 26 Establishing the

President's Committee on Equality of Treatment and Opportunity
in the Armed Services..

4313
9982 July 29 Extending the provisions of Executive Order No. 9870 of July 8, 1947, prescribing

regulations pertaining to the granting of and accounting for certain Foreign Service
allowances and allotments.

4375
9983 | July 31 Ferguson, Garland S., exemption from compulsory retirement for age.

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Subject

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4893

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5093

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5169

5249

5251, 5505

5359
5360

5453

5473
5485

5819

5851

1948
9984 July 31 Enlisted personnel of the Navy, Coast Guard, Naval Reserve, and Coast Guard

Reserve; regulations governing the furnishing of clothing in kind or payment of

cash allowances in lieu thereof.
9985 Aug. 16 Batick, Mrs. Margaret E., authorizing appointment to a competitive position with.

out compliance with the requirements of the Civil Service Rules.
9986 Aug. 16 Sale of vessels of the Navy.
9987 Aug. 17 Maritime industry of the United States; creating a board of inquiry to report on

certain labor disputes.
9988 Aug. 20 Selective Service Regulations; prescribing portions.
9989 Aug. 20 Blocked assets; transferring jurisdiction to the Attorney General
9990 Aug. 21 Air Coordinating Conmittee; enlarging the membership to include a representative

of the Treasury Department.
9991 Aug. 28 Pittsburgh & West Virginia Railway Company and certain of its employees; creation

of an emergency board to investigate a dispute..
9992

Aug. 28 Amending the Selective Service Regulations...
9993 Aug. 31 Public Health Service; regulations relating to commissioned officers and employees.
9994 Sept. Amendment of Executive Order No. 9952 of April 22, 1948, providing for the termina-

tion of reemployment rights of Federal civilian employees who transferred to public

or private agencies for national-defense or war work.
9995
Sept. 2 Territory of Hawaii; restoring certain lands of the Schofield Barracks Military

Reservation and the Wheeler Field Military Reservation to the jurisdiction.
9996 Sept. Public Belt Railroad Commission for the City of New Orleans and certain of its

employees; creation of an emergency board to investigate a dispute...
9997 Sept. 8 Amendment of Executive Order No. 9805, prescribing regulations governing payment

of certain travel and transportation expenses.
9998 Sept. 14 Officers of Foreign Service and other officers of United States Government; rules

of precedence.
9999 Sept. 14 Canal Zone; suspending certain statutory provisions relating to employment.
10000
Sept. 16 Certain employees of the Federal government serving outside the United States;

additional compensation and credit.
10001 Sept. 17 Selective Service Regulations; prescribing or amending regulations and directing the

selection of persons for induction into the armed forces and their induction.
10002 Sept. 17 Lawson, Lawrence M., exemption from compulsory retirement for age.
10003 Oct. 4 Displaced persons seeking admission into the United States; provisions for investiga-

tion and report --
10004 Oct. 5 Reciprocal Trade-Agreements Program; prescribing procedures for the administra-

tion.
10005 Oct. 5 Establishing the President's Advisory Commission on the Relation of Federal Laws

to Puerto Rico..
10006 Oct. 9 Executive orders and proclamations; preparation, presentation, filing and publica-

tion...
10007 Oct. 15 Organization of the reserve units of the armed forces.
10008 Oct. 18 Amending the Selective Service Regulations.
10009 Oct. 18 Revoking in part Executive Orders No. 589 of March 14, 1907, and No. 1712 of Feb.

ruary 24, 1913.
10010
Oct. 18 Akron & Barberton Belt Railroad Company and other carriers, and certain of their

employees; creation of an emergency board to investigate a dispute.
10011 Oct. 22 Authorizing the Secretary of State to exercise certain powers of the President with

respect to the granting of allowances and allotments to Government personnel on

foreign duty.
10012 Oct. 22 Positions Alled by patients in Government hospitals; excluded from the provisions

of the Classification Act of 1923, as amended..
10013 Oct. 27 Establishing the President's Committee on Religious and Moral Welfare and Char-

acter Guidance in the Armed Forces.
10014 Nov. 3 Preventing pollution of surface and underground water; directing Federal agencies to

cooperate with state and local authorities.
10015 Nov. 5 Akron & Barberton Belt Railroad Company and other carriers, and certain of their

employees; amendment of Executive Order No. 10010 creating an einergency board

to investigate disputes...,
10016 Nov. 10 Coat of arms, seal and flag of the Vice President of the United States.
10017 Nov. 10 Postmasters Fourth Class; amendment of regulations governing appointment..
10018 Nov. 15 Certain tracts of land in Puerto Rico; transfer of control and jurisdiction from the

Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of Agriculture for forest purposes
10019 Dec. 2 Excusing Federal employees from duty one-half day on December 24, 1948.
10020
Dec.

7 Prescribing the Manual for Courts-Martial, U. S. Army, 1949..
10021 Dec 14 Mitchell, Harry B., further exemption from compulsory retirement for age.
10022 Dec. 14 Tennessee Valley Authority; transferring thereto from the Department of the Army

the use, possession, and control of certain lands.
10023 Dec. 20 Amendment of Executive Order 9984 of July 31, 1948, prescribing regulations govern-

ing the furnishing of clothing in kind or payment of cash allowances in lieu thereof
to enlisted personnel of the Navy, Coast Guard, Naval Reserve, and Coast Guard

Reserve
10024 Dec. 30 California, restoration of lands to location and entry under the mining laws of the

United States.
10025 Dec. 30 Designating public international organizations entitled to enjoy certain priviliges,

exemptions, and immunities.

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6099

6104

6105

6263

6265

6343

6601

6601
6701
6703
6745
6745
7395
7519
7723

7723

8173

9361

9361

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