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applicable rate in column (f) for the applicable mileage multiplied by the number of hundredweight transported.
To illustrate : The amount of reimbursement for the transportation of 1,800 pounds, net, for 100 miles is computed by using the applicable rate in column (d), $4.69 (since 1,800 pounds exceeds the applicable column (c) weight, 1,735 pounds) and the minimum hundredweight of column (d), 20. The amount so computed is $93.80. The amount of reimbursement for the transportation of 1,700 pounds, net, a distance of 100 miles is the product of the applicable rate in column (b), $5.41 (since 1,700 pounds does not exceed the applicable weight in column (c), 1,735 pounds) multiplied by the net hundredweight transported, 17. The amount SO computed is $91.97.
Additional Allowances Island Shipments. To the amount of reimbursement computed from the foregoing table add (a) $3.50 per hundred pounds for each shipment by common carrier having Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, as its origin or destination, or (b) $5.00 per hundred pounds for each shipment by common carrier having its origin or destination on any other island of one of the coastal States that can be reached by motor carrier transportation only by use of ferry or ship.
Metropolitan Areas. To the amount of reimbursement computed from the foregoing table add (a) 30 cents per hundred pounds for each shipment by common carrier originating or terminating, or both, in one of the areas described below, or (b) add 60 cents per hundred pounds for each shipment by common carrier originat. ing in one of the areas described below and terminating in another of such areas:
Illinois : Chicago, and Cook and Lake Counties and any point within the territory bounded by Lake Michigan and Indiana State Line on the east, U. S. Highway 30 on the south, State Highway 31 on the west, and State Highway 120 on the north, including corporate limits of points and places on the specified highways.
Indiana : Gary, and any point in Lake County.
New York : New York City, and any point in Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester Counties.
Ohio : Cleveland, and any point in Cuyahoga County.
Pennsylvania : Philadelphia, and any point in Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. Pittsburgh, and any point in Allegheny County.
This order shall be effective in any case in which the transportation involved is authorized and commenced on or after May 8, 1953.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER THE WHITE HOUSE,
December 10, 1953.
of Columbia, including the General ACcounting Ofice, the Government Printing Office, and the Navy Yard and Naval Stations, shall be closed one-half day on Thursday, December 24, 1953, the day preceding Christmas Day, and one-half day on Thursday, December 31, 1953, the day preceding New Year's Day; and all employees in the Federal service in the metropolitan area of the District of Columbia, and in the field service of the executive departments, independent establishments, and other agencies of the Government, except those who may for special public reasons be excluded from the provisions of this order by the heads of their respective departments, establishments, or agencies, or those whose absence from duty would be inconsistent with the provisions of existing law, shall be excused from duty on such one-half days; and each such one-half day shall be considered a holiday within the meaning of Executive Order No. 10358' of June 9, 1952, and of all statutes so far as they relate to the compensation and leave of employees of the United States.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER THE WHITE HOUSE,
December 14, 1953.
EXECUTIVE ORDER 10509
CREATING AN EMERGENCY BOARD TO IN
VESTIGATE A DISPUTE BETWEEN THE RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY, INC., AND CERTAIN OF ITS EMPLOYEES
WHEREAS a dispute exists between the Railway Express Agency, Inc., a carrier, and certain of its employees represented by the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers and Station Employes, a labor organization; and
WHEREAS this dispute has not heretofore been adjusted under the provisions of the Railway Labor Act, as amended; and
WHEREAS this dispute, in the judgment of the National Mediation Board, threatens substantially to interrupt interstate commerce to a degree such as to deprive a section of the country of essential transportation service:
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 10 of the Railway Labor Act, as amended (45 U. S. C. 160), I hereby create a board of three members, to be appointed by me,
EXECUTIVE ORDER 10508 EXCUSING FEDERAL EMPLOYEES FROM DUTY
ONE-HALF DAY ON DECEMBER 24, 1953, AND ONE-HALF DAY ON DECEMBER 31, 1953
By virtue of the authority vested in me as President of the United States, it is hereby ordered that the several executive departments, independent establishments, and other governmental agencies in the metropolitan area of the District
13 CFR, 1952 Supp., p. 79.
to investigate the said dispute. No member of the said board shall be pecuniarily or otherwise interested in any organization of railway employees or any carrier.
The board shall report its findings to the President with respect to the said dispute within thirty days from the date of this order.
As provided by section 10 of the Railway Labor Act, as amended, from this date and for thirty days after the board has made its report to the President, no change, except by agreement, shall be made by the Railway Express Agency, Inc., or by its employees, in the conditions out of which the said dispute arose.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER THE WHITE HOUSE,
December 16, 1953.
Below the shield a white scroll inscribed with the motto "SPES ANCHORA VITAE” in black letters, all on a circular sanguine background within a white band, inner edge white, outer edge sanguine, and inscribed "DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE U. S. A.";
AND WHEREAS it appears that such seal is of suitable design and appropriate for adoption as the official seal of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me as President of the United States, I hereby approve such seal as the official seal of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER THE WHITE HOUSE,
December 17, 1953.
EXECUTIVE ORDER 10510 ESTABLISHING A SEAL FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
WHEREAS the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare has adopted and has recommended that I approve a seal of office for the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, the design of which accompanies and is hereby made a part of this order, and which is described in heraldic terms as follows:
SHIELD: Argent an open book with sanguine binding charged overall with a staff of Aesculapius paleways within an annulet of chain all proper.
CREST: On a wreath argent and sanguine an American bald eagle displayed and wings partially inverted proper.
CHAPTER III—PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS OTHER THAN PROCLAMATIONS AND EXECUTIVE ORDERS
REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 1 OF
1953 Prepared by the President and Trans
mitted to the Senate and the House of Representatives in Congress Assembled, March 12, 1953, Pursuant to the Provisions of the Reorganization Act of 1949, Approved June 20, 1949, as
Amended DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND
WELFARE SECTION 1. Creation of Department; Secretary. There is hereby established an executive department, which shall be known as the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (hereafter in this reorganization plan referred to as the Department). There shall be at the head of the Department a Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare (hereafter in this reorganization plan referred to as the Secretary), who shall be appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, and
who shall receive compensation at the rate now or hereafter prescribed by law for the heads of executive departments., The Department shall be administered under the supervision and direction of the Secretary.
SEC. 2. Under Secretary and Assistant Secretaries. There shall be in the Department an Under Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare and two Assistant Secretaries of Health, Education, and Welfare, each of whom shall be appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall perform such functions as the Sec-* retary may prescribe, and shall receive compensation at the rate now or hereafter provided by law for under secretaries and assistant secretaries, respectively, of executive departments. The Under Secretary (or, during the absence or disability of the Under Secretary or in the event of a vacancy in the office of Under Secretary, an Assistant Secretary determined according to such order as the Secretary shall prescribe) shall act as Secretary during the absence or disability of the Secretary or in the event of a vacancy in the office of Secretary.
SEC. 3. Special Assistant. There shall be in the Department a Special Assistant to the Secretary (Health and Medical
1 Effective April 11, 1953, under the provisions of the Joint Resolution approved April 1, 1953 (Pub. Law 13, 83d Cong.; 67 Stat. 18); published pursuant to section 11 of the Reorganization Act of 1949 (63 Stat. 206; 5 U. S. C. Sup., 1332-9).
Affairs) who shall be appointed by the other services and activities common to President by and with the advice and the several agencies of the Department; consent of the Senate from among and the Secretary may effect such transpersons who are recognized leaders fers within the Department of the perin the medical field with wide non- sonnel employed, the property and governmental experience, shall review records used or held, and the funds the health and medical programs of the available for use in connection with such Department and advise the Secretary administrative service activities as the with respect to the improvement of such Secretary may deem necessary for the programs and with respect to necessary conduct of any services so established: legislation in the health and medical Provided, That no professional or subfields, and shall receive compensation at stantive function vested by law in any the rate now or hereafter provided by officer shall be removed from the jurislaw for assistant secretaries of executive diction of such officer under this section. departments,
SEC. 8. Abolitions. The Federal SeSEC. 4. Commissioner of Social Secu- curity Agency (exclusive of the agencies rity. There shall be in the Department thereof transferred by section 5 of this a Commissioner of Social Security who. reorganization plan), the offices of Fedshall be appointed by the President by eral Security Administrator and Assistand with the advice and consent of the ant Federal Security Administrator Senate, shall perform such functions created by Reorganization Plan No. I? concerning social security and public (53 Stat. 1423), the two offices of assistwelfare as the Secretary may prescribe, ant heads of the Federal Security Agency and shall receive compensation at the created by Reorganization Plan No. 2 rate now or hereafter fixed by law for of 1946 (60 Stat, 1095), and the office of Grade GS-18 of the general schedule Commissioner for Social Security created established by the Classification Act of by section 701 of the Social Security Act, 1949, as amended.
as amended (64 Stat, 558), are hereby SEC. 5. Transfers to the Department. abolished. The Secretary shall make All functions of the Federal Security Ad
such provisions as may be necessary in ministrator are hereby transferred to the
order to wind up any outstanding affairs Secretary. All agencies of the Federal
of the Agency and offices abolished by Security Agency, together with their re
this section which are not otherwise prospective functions, personnel, property,
vided for in this reorganization plan. records, and unexpended balances of ap- SEC. 9. Interim provisions. The Prespropriations, allocations, and other funds ident may authorize the persons who (available or to be made available), and immediatley prior to the time this reall other functions, personnel, property, organization plan takes effect occupy: records, and unexpended balances of ap- the offices of Federal Security Adminispropriations, allocations, and other funds trator, Assistant Federal Security Ad(available or to be made available) of the ministrator, assistant heads of the Federal Security Agency are hereby Federal Security Agency, and Commistransferred to the Department.
sioner for Social Security to act as SecSEC. 6. Performance of Functions of retary, Under Secretary, and Assistant the Secretary. The Secretary may from
Secretaries of Health, Education, and time to time make such provisions as the
Welfare and as Commissioner of Social, Secretary deems appropriate authorizing Security, respectively, until those offices the performance of any of the functions
are filled by appointment in the manner of the Secretary by any other officer, or
provided by sections 1, 2, and 4 of this by any agency or employee, of the De- reorganization plan, but not for a period partment.
of more than 60 days. While so acting,
such persons shall receive compensation SEC. 7. Administrative Services. In
at the rates provided by this reorganizathe interest of economy and efficiency
tion plan for the offices the functions of the Secretary may from time to time es- which they perform. tablish central administrative services in the fields of procurement, budgeting, ac- 23 CFR, 1943 Cum. Supp. 1 counting, personnel, library, legal, and 33 CFR, 1946 Supp.