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TITLE 3—THE PRESIDENT
CHAPTER I-LISTS OF PRESIDENTIAL PROCLAMATIONS AND EXECUTIVE ORDERS
Part 1.-Presidential proclamations Part 3.-Executive orders included or and Executive orders included or cited cited in the Code of Federal Regulain the Code of Federal Regulations, tions, classified by number and date classified by title and chapter
Part 2.-Presidential proclamations included or cited in the Code of Federal Regulations, classified by number and date
EDITORIAL NOTE: The lists in this chapter are designed to provide an index to the Executive orders and proclamations included or cited in the Code of Federal Regulations. Although these documents are issued by the President, they are usually prepared and administered by the several Federal agencies and form essential portions of the regulations which they administer. The text of the Executive orders and proclamations included in the Code consequently will be found under the various titles and chapters indicated by the subject matter.
It is also to be noted that, in conformity with the provisions of the Act of June 19, 1937 (50 Stat. 304), only Executive orders and proclamations having "general applicability and legal effect" as of June 1, 1938, are included. This requirement has necessarily excluded a large percentage of the Executive orders in effect June 1, 1938. Thus, Executive orders and proclamations designating individuals to office or dealing with matters affecting Federal offices or employees in their capacity as such or concerning the internal administration of the Government will not as a rule be found in this Code. An exception has been made in the case of the general Executive orders respecting the Civil Service, which are represented in Title 5—Administrative Personnel, on account of their widespread interest to the public.
Finally, it should further be noted that the large number of Executive orders respecting the disposition of public lands are listed in tabulations and not included in full, unless they also contain general regulations. This disposition has been made since it is believed that the inclusion in the Code in extenso of Executive orders merely containing grants and land descriptions would involve the use of extensive space to no discernible purpose.
ABBREVIATIONS: The following abbreviations are used in this chapter:
PART 1-PRESIDENTIAL PROCLAMATIONS AND EXECUTIVE ORDERS INCLUDED OR CITED IN THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY TITLE AND CHAPTER
Designating a Board on Geographic 27 A Sept. 4, 1890
Adding certain members to the
Proclamation: Imposing additional re-
Authorizing the Secretary of the
gation of the Panama Canal and
Declaring the air space over the Panama Canal Zone including "the 3-mile limit" to be a military air space reservation. Restricting for an indefinite time the introduction of parrots into the United States.
Prescribing provisions relating to
Proclamation: Directing the opening of
Amending E.O. 6260, Aug. 28, 1933,
Transferring the functions of the War Department pertaining to national memorials and cemeteries in Europe to the American Battle Monuments Commission. Public notice and presentation of views to the Committee for Reciprocity Information in connection with foreign trade agreements. Proclamation: Directing mint to receive domestic silver.
Prescribing rules governing the ob-
See footnotes on p. 192.
Certain property, functions, and
cations and Information of the
Prescribing rules and regulations governing the making of loans by the Resettlement Administration under the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935. Prescribing rules and regulations relating to student-aid projects and to employment of youth on other projects under the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935.
Prescribing documents required of 7224A Nov. 14, 1935
aliens entering the Philippine