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Department of Construction
Department of Corrections
Department of Highways
Department of Inspections
Department of Insurance
Department of Sanitary Engineering
Department of Vehicles and Traffic
Department of Weights, Measures, and

Markets
Disbursing Office
District Boxing Commission
District of Columbia Board of Cosmetology
District of Columbia Board of Registra-

tion for Professional Engineers District of Columbia Educational Agency

for Surplus Property District of Columbia Pound District of Columbia Repair Shop District Personnel Board District Unemployment Compensation

Board Division of Printing and Publications Electrical Division Electrical Examining Board Electrical Inspection Division Elevator Inspection Division Executive Office of the Board of Commis

sioners of the District of Columbia Fire Department Fire Safety Division Fire Trial Board Gallinger Municipal Hospital Glenn Dale Sanitorium Health Department License Bureau Metropolitan Police Department Minimum Wage and Industrial Safety

Board Motion Picture Operators Examining

Board Motor Vehicle Parking Agency Municipal Architect Nurses Examining Board Office of the Administrator of Rent Con

trol Office of the Assessor Office of the Auditor Office of the Chief Clerk, Public Works Office of Civil Defense Office of the Collector of Taxes Office of the Coroner Office of the Corporation Counsel Office of the Secretary to the Board of

Commissioners of the District of Colum

bia
Office of the Surveyor
Office of the Water Registrar
Plumbing Board
Plumbing Inspection Division
Police and Firemen's Retiring and Relief

Board
Police Trial Board
Purchasing Office
Real Estate Commission
Registrar of Titles and Tags
Sanitation Division
Sewage Treatment Plant
Sewer Division
Smoke and Boiler Inspection Division
Street Division

Superintendent of District Buildings
Trees and Parking Division
Tuberculosis Hospital
Undertakers' Examining Committee
Veterans' Service Center
Water Division

SEC. 2. Abolition of agencies. (a) The offices and agencies listed in section 1 hereof, including the offices of the heads of such agencies, are abolished. The provisions of the foregoing sentence with respect to any such office or agency shall become effective at such time as the Board of Commissioners shall specify, but in no event later than June 30, 1953.

(b) The Office of People's Counsel established by section 3 of the act of December 15, 1926 (D. C. Code, 1940 edition, sec. 43-205) and its functions are abolished.

(c) The Board of Commissioners shall make such provisions as the said Board may deem necessary with respect to winding up the affairs of any office or agency abolished by the provisions of this section.

SEC. 3. Performance of functions of Board. (a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, the Board of Commissioners is hereby authorized to make from time to time such provisions as it deems appropriate to authorize the performance of any of its functions, including any function transferred to or otherwise vested in the Board of Commissioners by this reorganization plan, by any member of the Board of Commissioners, or by any other officer, employee, or agency of the Government of the District of Columbia, except the courts thereof.

(b) The Board of Commissioners shall not provide for the performance by any member of the Board of Commissioners, or by any other officer, employee, or agency of: (1) any function vested in the said Board by Act of Congress with respect to making and adopting regulations except those pertaining to the administration of or procedure before any agency of the Government of the District of Columbia; (2) the function of approving any contract in excess of $25,000; (3) the function of appointing or removing the head of any agency responsible directly to the Board of Commissioners; or (4) the function of approving the budget for the District of Columbia.

SEC. 4. Establishment of new offices. (a) There are hereby established in the Government of the District of Columbia so many agencies and offices, and with such names or titles, as the Board of Commissioners shall from time to time determine. The said offices shall be filled by appointment by, or under the authority of, the Board of Commissioners. Each officer so appointed shall perform the functions delegated to him in accordance with this reorganization plan and shall receive compensation to be fixed in accordance with the classification laws, as now or hereafter amended, except that the compensation for not to exceed fifteen such offices at any one time may be fixed without regard to the numerical limitations on positions set forth in section 505 of the Classification Act of 1949 (5 U. S. C. 1105).

(b) There are hereby established in the Government of the District of Columbia two new offices one of which shall have the title of “Chief of Police" and the other the title of "Fire Chief."

The Chief of Police and the Fire Chief shall each be appointed by the Board of Commissioners and shall each receive compensation fixed by the said Board at a rate of not in excess of $12,800 per annum.

SEC. 5. Transfer of personnel, property, records, and funds. With respect to personnel, property, records, and unexpended balances of appropriations, allocations, and other funds, available or to be made available, relating to functions transferred, or authorized to be delegated, by the provisions hereof, the Board of Commissioners from time to time may effect such transfers between agencies of the Government of the District of Columbia (including transfers between the Board of Commissioners and any other agency of the Government of the District of Columbia) as the Board may deem necessary in order to carry out the provisions of this reorganization plan.

SUBCHAPTER E-TRADE AGREEMENT LETTERS

LETTER OF JANUARY 3, 1952

(CARRYING OUT THE TORQUAY PROTOCOL TO

THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS
AND TRADE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES)

THE WHITE HOUSE,
Washington, January 3, 1952.
MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Reference is made to my proclamation of June 2, 1951, carrying out the Torquay Protocol to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and for other purposes.

Denmark has signed the Torquay Protocol on December 21, 1951. I hereby notify you that the

(1) complete items in Part I of Schedule XX annexed to the Torquay Protocol (in cases in which only the item designation is specified), and

(2) portions of such items to which particular rates are applicable (in cases in which the item designation is specified together with only one or more rates of duty) shall not be withheld pursuant to paragraph 4 of the Torquay Protocol on or after January 20, 1952:

Item designation:

Rate of duty 30. 360 (first)

20% ad val. 753 (sixth) 763

194¢ per lb. 804 (second) Very sincerely yours,

HARRY S. TRUMAN The Honorable JOHN W. SNYDER, Secretary of the Treasury.

LETTER OF JUNE 5, 1952 [ SUSPENSION OF CERTAIN IMPORTS FROM

HUNGARY PURSUANT TO PROCLAMATION 2935 ']

THE WHITE HOUSE,

Washington, June 5, 1952. MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Pursuant to Part I of my proclamation of August 1, 1951, carrying out Sections 5 and 11 of the Trade Agreements Extension Act of 1951, I hereby notify you that the suspension provided for therein shall be applicable with respect to imports from Hungary which are entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption on and after July 5, 1952. Very sincerely yours,

HARRY S. TRUMAN Hon. JOHN W. SNYDER,

Secretary of the Treasury. 13 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 37.

1 Proclamation 2929, 3 CFR, 1951 Supp.,

p. 27.

LETTER OF JUNE 13, 1952 [SUSPENSION OF CERTAIN IMPORTS FROM

TIBET PURSUANT TO PROCLAMATION 2935 ']

THE WHITE HOUSE,

Washington, June 13, 1952. MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Pursuant to Part I of my proclamation of August 1, 1951, carrying out sections

5 and 11 of the Trade Agreements Extension Act of 1951, I hereby notify you that the suspension provided for therein shall be applicable with respect to imports from Tibet which are entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption after the close of business July 13, 1952. Very sincerely yours,

HARRY S. TRUMAN HON. JOHN W. SNYDER,

Secretary of the Treasury.

13 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 37.

INDEX

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Agriculture Department:

See also Forest Service.
Lands acquired or administered under Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act;

transfer of certain lands to Interior Department (EO 10322)
Lolo National Forest, certain lands reserved as addition to Fort Missoula District

of Lolo National Forest to remain subject to use of Army Department for

national defense purposes (EO 10403)
Nantahala National Forest, inclusion of certain lands in Cherokee County, North

Carolina, transferred from Tennessee Valley Authority (EO 10357)
Plant fibers (kenaf and sansevieria); functions respecting under Defense Pro-

duction Act (EO 10359)
Yugoslav Emergency Relief Assistance Act, funds for administration of; revoca-

tion of EO 10208 respecting (EO 10338)
Aid to foreign countries under Mutual Security Act. See Mutual Security Act.
Air carriers, labor disputes involving; investigation of. See National Mediation

Board.
Air Coordinating Committee; membership (EO 10360)
Air Force Department:

Air Coordinating Committee, representation on (EO 10360)
Amnesty and pardon for persons convicted by court-martial for desertion on

or after August 14, 1945, but prior to June 25, 1950 (Proc. 3001)
Appointment of certain officers and warrant officers; continuation in effect to

April 1, 1953 (EO 10397)
Disability benefits (hospitalization and re-examination) of certain members and

former members of uniformed services under section 414 (b) of Career

Compensation Act, functions respecting (EO 10400)
Enlistments, extension of (EO 10345)
Medals:

Medal of Freedom, award of (EO 10336)
Medal for Humane Action, award for meritorious participation in military

effort to supply necessities of life to people of Berlin (EO 10325)
Retirement of colonels of Regular Air Force; suspension during emergency of

operation of certain provisions of Officer Personnel Act of 1947 applicable to

retirement of colonels (EO 10379)
Secretary of Air Force:
Acting Secretary; order of succession to position in case of death, disability,

or absence of Secretary of Air Force (EO 10332)
Order of succession to position of Acting Secretary of Defense in case of

death, disability, or absence of Secretary of Defense (EO 10332)
Airspace reservations, naval. See Naval defensive sea areas and airspace reserva-

tions.
Alaska:

Selective Service, civilian work in lieu of induction (EO 10328)
Sitka National Monument, redefining boundaries of (Proc. 2965)
Whittier Defensive Sea Area, establishment (EO 10361)

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