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of Congress or an Executive order, who in the performance of their duties are supervised and directed by a federal officer, but the term does not include retired personnel, pensioners, annuitants, or similar beneficiaries of the federal government, whether their status is civilian or in the Armed Forces of the United States, who are not performing active service, or persons receiving remuneration for services on a contract-fee basis.

(d) The term “regular place of federal employment” means the place where an employee actually performs his services, irrespective of his residence, except when such services are performed in a travel or temporary duty status, in which case his "regular place of federal employment” will be the place to which he will normally be expected to proceed for the purpose of performing further services in connection with his federal employment on the termination of travel or temporary duty status.

7. I hereby delegate to the Secretary of the Treasury authority to prescribe such rules and regulations not inconsistent herewith as may be necessary further to effectuate the provisions of the act of July 17, 1952, or of this order.

HARRY S. TRUMAN
THE WHITE HOUSE,

November 6, 1952.

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me as President of the United States, it is ordered as follows:

1. The administration of that portion of the trust territory which includes the islands of Tinian and Saipan is hereby transferred from the Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of the Navy, such transfer to become effective on January 1, 1953.

2. When the transfer of administration made by this order becomes effective, the Secretary of the Navy shall take such action as may be necessary and appropriate, and in harmony with applicable law, for the administration of civil government in that portion of the trust territory which includes the islands of Tinian and Saipan and shall, subject to such policies as the President may from time to time prescribe and, when appropriate, in collaboration with other departments or agencies of the Government, carry out the obligations assumed by the United States as the administering authority of the trust territory under the terms of the trusteeship agreement approved by the United States on July 18, 1947, and under the Charter of the United Nations: Provided, however, That the authority to specify parts or all of either of such islands as closed for security reasons and to determine the extent to which Articles 87 and 88 of the Charter of the United Nations shall be applicable to such closed areas, in accordance with Article 13 of the trusteeship agreement, shall be exercised by the President: And provided further, That the Secretary of the Navy shall keep the Secretary of State currently informed of activities on such islands affecting the foreign policy of the United States and shall consult the Secretary of State on questions of policy concerning such islands which relate to the foreign policy of the United States, and that all relations between departments or agencies of the Government and appropriate organs of the United Nations with respect to such islands shall be conducted through the Secretary of State.

3. The executive departments and agencies of the Government are author. ized and directed to cooperate with the Departments of the Navy and Interior in the effectuation of the provisions of this order.

4. To the extent that they pertain to the islands of Tinian and Saipan, the provisions of Executive Order No. 10265

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10408 TRANSFER OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE

PORTION OF THE TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS WHICH INCLUDES THE ISLANDS OF TI AN AND SAIPAN FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR TO THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY

WHEREAS the administration of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (hereinafter referred to as the trust territory) was transferred to the Secretary of the Interior by Executive Order No. 10265 of June 29, 1951; and

WHEREAS. the purposes of the trusteeship agreement approved by the Security Council of the United Nations on April 2, 1947, and by the United States Government on July 18, 1947, can better be effectuated by placing in the Secretary of the Navy the authority and responsibility for the administration of that portion of the trust territory which includes the islands of Tinian and Saipan:

13 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 448.

of June 29, 1951, shall be superseded by the provisions of this order as of the date set out in the paragraph numbered 1, above.

HARRY S. TRUMAN

THE WHITE HOUSE,

November 10, 1952.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10409 AWARD OF THE PURPLE HEART TO PERSONS

SERVING WITH THE NAVY, MARINE CORPS,
OR COAST GUARD OF THE UNITED STATES

By virtue of the authority vested in me as President of the United States and as Commander in Chief of the armed forces of the United States, it is hereby ordered as follows:

1. The Secretary of the Navy shall award the Purple Heart, in the name of the President of the United States, to any person who while serving in any capacity with the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States has been, or may hereafter be, wounded (a) in any action against an enemy of the United States, (b) in any action with an opposing armed force of a foreign country in which the armed forces of the United States are engaged, or (c) as the result of an act of any such enemy or opposing armed force.

2. The Secretary of the Navy shall award the Purple Heart posthumously, in the name of the President of the United States, to any person who while serving in any capacity with the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States after April 5, 1917, has been, or may hereafter be, killed, or who has died or may hereafter die subsequent to being wounded, (a) in any action against an enemy of the United States, (b) in any action with an opposing armed force of a foreign country in which the armed forces of the United States are engaged, or (c) as the result of an act of any such enemy or opposing armed force.

3. The wound for which the award is made must have required treatment by a medical officer.

4. The Purple Heart shall be forwarded to the nearest of kin of any person entitled to the posthumous award, regardless of whether a previous award has been made to such person, except that if the award results from service prior to December 7, 1941, the Purple Heart shall be forwarded to such

nearest of kin upon his application therefor to the Secretary of the Navy.

5. Except as authorized in paragraph 4 hereof, no more than one Purple Heart shall be awarded to any one person, but for each subsequent justification for such an award a Gold Star, or other suitable device, shall be awarded to be worn with the Purple Heart as prescribed by appropriate regulations.

6. If so authorized by the Secretary of the Navy, the award of the Purple Heart may be made by the Commander in Chief of a fleet, or by such other appropriate officer or officers as the Secretary of the Navy may designate.

7. The Secretary of the Navy may issue such regulations as he may deem appropriate to effectuate the purposes of this order. The regulations of the Secretary of the Navy and the regulations of the Secretary of the Army and the Secretary of the Air Force with respect to the award of the Purple Heart shall, so far as practicable, be of uniform application, and shall be subject to the approval of the Secretary of Defense.

8. This order shall supersede Executive Order No. 9277 of December 3, 1942, entitled “Award of the Purple Heart to Persons Serving with the Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard of the United States", but existing regulations issued pursuant to that order shall, so far as they are not inconsistent with this order, remain in effect until modified or revoked by regulations issued by the Secretary of the Navy pursuant to this order.

HARRY S. TRUMAN
THE WHITE HOUSE,

November 12, 1952.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10410 SPECIFICATION OF LAWS FROM WHICH THE

ESCAPEE PROGRAM ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE SHALL BE EXEMPT

By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 532 of the Mutual Security Act of 1951, as added by section 7 (m) of the Mutual Security Act of 1952 (Public Law 400, approved June 20, 1952, 66 Stat. 146), it is hereby determined that the performance of functions with respect to the escapee program, authorized by section 101 (a) (1) of the Mutual Security Act of 1951, as amended, and administered by the Department of

13 CFR, 1943 Cum. Supp.

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EXECUTIVE ORDER 10411 RESTORING CERTAIN LANDS COMPRISING

PARTS OF THE AIEA MILITARY RESERVATION TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII

WHEREAS certain lands at Aiea, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, which form a part of the public lands ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750, were. reserved for military purposes of the United States by a series of Executive orders and now comprise the Aiea Military Reservation as described in Executive Order No. 8320 of January 15, 1940," and as modified by Executive Order No. 9545 of April 27, 1945; ? and

WHEREAS certain parcels of such lands are no longer needed for military purposes, and it is deemed advisable and in the public interest that they be restored to the jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii:

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of April 30, 1900, 31 Stat. 159, as amended by section 7 of the act of May 27, 1910, 36 Stat. 447, it is ordered as follows:

The possession, use, and control of the following-described parcels of land comprising parts of the Aiea Military Reservation, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, are hereby restored to the jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii:

The following-described portion of the land described as Lot 2 in Executive Order No. 8320 of January 15, 1940:

Beginning at concrete monument No. 7, marking the east corner of this lot, and on the southwesterly side of Moanalua Road (formerly Kamehameha Highway), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to triangulation monument "AIEA” located on the Alea-Halawa boundary line, being 1126.11 feet North and 1209.59 feet East, and the true azimuth and distance from said triangulation monument "AIEA” to U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey triangulation station "SALT LAKE" being 292° 12' 25'' 9393.00 feet, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

1. Along the northwesterly side of Oahu Railway and Land Company's 40-feet right of way on a curve to the left having a radius of 978.43 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 32° 25' 31" 430.68 feet;

2. 128° 00'00" 255.98 feet to a point;

3. 209° 26' 33" 454.80 feet to concrete monument No. 4;

4. 320° 16' 40" 96.07 feet along the southwesterly side of Moanalua Road (formerly Kamehameha Highway) to concrete monument No. 5;

5. 311° 53' 50" 78.95 feet along the southwesterly side of Moanalua Road (formerly Kamehameha Highway) to concrete monument No. 6;

6. 305° 26' 10" 109.59 feet along the southwesterly side of Moanalua Road (formerly Kamehameha Highway) to the point of beginning, and containing an area of 2.492 acres.

HARRY S. TRUMAN
THE WHITE HOUSE,

November 14, 1952.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10412 INSPECTION OF RETURNS BY SENATE COM

MITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY By virtue of the authority vested in me by sections 55 (a), 508, 603, 729 (a), and 1204 of the Internal Revenue Code (53 Stat. 29, 111, 171, 54 Stat. 989, 1008, 55 Stat. 722; 26 U. S. C. 55 (a), 508, 603, 729 (a), and 1204), it is hereby ordered that any income, excess-profits, declared value excess-profits, capital stock, estate, or gift tax return for the years 1941 to 1951, inclusive, shall, during the Eightysecond Congress, be open to inspection by the Senate Committee on the Judiciary or any duly authorized subcommittee thereof for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of Senate Resolution 245 (82d Congress, 2d Session), agreed to March 24, 1952, with respect to the investigation of the administration of the Trading with the Enemy Act, subject to the conditions stated in the Treasury decision relating to the inspection of such returns by that Committee, approved by me this date."

PARCEL 1

All of the land described as Lot 1 in Executive Order No. 8320 of January 15, 1940.

13 CFR, 1943 Cum. Supp. 23 CFR, 1945 Supp.

This Executive order shall be effective upon its filing for publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER.

HARRY S. TRUMAN THE WHITE HOUSE,

November 15, 1952.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10413 RESTORING KURE (OCEAN) ISLAND TO THE

JURISDICTION OF THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII

WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 7299 of February 20, 1936, Kure (Ocean) Island, together with the surrounding reef, was placed under the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Navy for naval purposes; and

WHEREAS the said island is no longer needed for naval purposes, except as hereinafter indicated; and

WHEREAS it is deemed advisable and in the public interest that the island be restored to the jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii, with the reservation hereinafter provided :

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of April 30, 1900, 31 Stat. 159, as amended by section 7 of the act of May 27, 1910, 36 Stat. 447, it is ordered as follows:

Kure (Ocean) Island, together with the surrounding reef, is hereby restored to the possession, use, and control of the Territory of Hawaii, there being reserved, however, unto the Secretary of the Navy the right to maintain a radar reflector on such island, including the right of access to such radar reflector.

HARRY S. TRUMAN THE WHITE HOUSE,

November 17, 1952.

der No. 7893 of May 21, 1938, and was also reserved for the uses and purposes of the United States by Executive Order No. 749 of May 26, 1937, of the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii; and

WHEREAS certain other land at Opihipau, North Kohala, Island of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, was reserved for the uses and purposes of the United States by Executive Order No. 924 of February 3, 1941, of the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii; and

WHEREAS a portion of such lands was restored to the possession, use, and control of the Government of the Territory of Hawaii for aeronautical purposes, and certain other land at Opihipau, North Kohala, Island of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, was reserved for military purposes by Presidential Executive Order No. 9582 of June 30, 1945; 1 and

WHEREAS all of such lands constitute a part of the public lands ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of annexation of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750; and

WHEREAS all of such lands so reserved and not heretofore restored to the possession, use, and control of the Government of the Territory of Hawaii constitute a single tract of land which comprises the Upolu Point Military Reservation; and

WHEREAS such tract of land is no longer needed for military or other purposes, and it is deemed advisable and in the public interest that it be restored to the possession, use, and control of the Territory of Hawaii:

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of April 30, 1900, 31 Stat. 159, as amended by section 7 of the act of May 27, 1910, 36 Stat. 447, it is ordered as follows:

The following-described tract of land located at Opihipau, North Kohala, Island of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, constituting the Upolu Point Military Reservation, is hereby restored to the possession, use, and control of the Territory of Hawaii:

Beginning at a pipe at the Northeast corner of this piece of land, on the boundary between the lands of Opihipau and Kealahewa 3, being also the Northwest corner of Lot 11 of Land Court Application 1120, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10414 RESTORING LAND OF THE UPOLU POINT

MILITARY RESERVATION TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII

WHEREAS certain land at Opihipau, North Kohala, Island of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, was reserved for military purposes by Presidential Executive Or

1 26 CFR, Part 458.

13 CFR, 1945 Supp.

218048-53-9

“Puu O Nale" being 22,984.56 feet North and 5,922.54 feet West, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from true South:

1. 322° 15' 304.07 feet along Lot 11 of Land Court Application 1120;

2. 77° 30' 625.50 feet; 3. 167° 30' 275.00 feet;

4. 257° 30' 495.80 feet along the parcel of land described in paragraph numbered I of Presidential Executive Order No. 9582 to the point of beginning; containing an area of 3.54 acres.

HARRY S. TRUMAN THE WHITE HOUSE,

November 25, 1952.

Order No. 10282 of August 29, 1951, suspending the eight-hour law with respect to laborers and mechanics employed by the Department of Defense and the Department of the Interior, respectively, on public work essential to the national defense, be, and they are hereby, amended as follows:

The proviso in the penultimate paragraph of each of the said orders fixing the rate of pay for overtime thereunder is amended to read as follows: "Provided, that the wages of all laborers and mechanics so employed shall be computed on a basic day rate of eight hours of work with overtime to be paid at a rate not less than time and one-half for all hours of work in excess of eight hours in any one day.”

HARRY S. TRUMAN

THE WHITE HOUSE,

December 2, 1952.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10417

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10415 AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER No.

9949,' ENTITLED “MODIFYING EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 9721, PROVIDING FOR THE TRANSFER OF PERSONNEL TO CERTAIN PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS"

By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Civil Service Act (22 Stat. 403) and section 1753 of the Revised Statutes, and as President of the United States, I hereby amend Executive Order No. 9949, entitled “Modifying Executive Order No. 9721, Providing for the Transfer of Personnel to Certain Public International Organizations", by striking out the words "within five years from the date of his transfer to such Board”, occurring in the second paragraph of the said order, and inserting in lieu thereof the words "on or before December 31, 1953".

HARRY S. TRUMAN THE WHITE HOUSE,

December 2, 1952.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10416 AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDERS No.

10251 ’ AND No. 10282, SUSPENDING THE EIGHT-HOUR LAW AS TO CERTAIN LABORERS AND MECHANICS EMPLOYED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, RESPECTIVELY

By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 1 of the act of August 1, 1892, 27 Stat. 340, as amended by the act of March 3, 1913, 37 Stat. 726 (40 U. S. C. 321), and as President of the United States, it is ordered that Executive Order No. 10251 of June 7, 1951, and Executive

CREATING A BOARD OF INQUIRY TO REPORT

ON A LABOR DISPUTE AFFECTING THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF ATOMIC ENERGY FACILITIES

WHEREAS there exists a labor dispute at the plant of the American Locomotive Company at Dunkirk, New York, between the said Company and certain of its employees represented by Local 2286 and Local 4498, United Steel Workers of America, CIO; and

WHEREAS in my opinion such dispute has resulted in a strike affecting a substantial part of an industry engaged in trade or commerce among the several States or with foreign nations, or in the production of goods for commerce, which strike, if permitted to continue, will imperil the national safety:

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 206 of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, 61 Stat. 155, I hereby create a Board of Inquiry, consisting of such members as I shall appoint, to inquire into the issues involved in such dispute.

The Board shall have powers and duties as set forth in Title II of the said Act. The Board shall report to the President in accordance with the provisions of section 206 of the said Act on or before December 10, 1952.

Upon submission of its report, the Board shall continue in existence to perform such other functions as may be

13 CFR, 1948 Supp., p. 108. 2 3 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 439. 33 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 466.

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