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are vested in and imposed upon it by the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, as amended, and which are vested by the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 in the Federal Aviation Agency, and to specifying the date or dates upon which the transfers of officers, employees, and property (including office equipment and official records) under section 1502 (a) shall occur; and (3) specifying the date or dates upon which transfers of unexpended balances of appropriations under section 1502 (b) shall occur. Such further measures and dispositions as the Director of the Bureau of the Budget shall determine to be necessary in connection with the exercise of the authority delegated to him by this section shall be carried out in such manner as he shall direct and by such agencies as he shall designate.

SEC. 2. Executive Order No. 10731 ' of October 10, 1957, delegating to the Director of the Bureau of the Budget the authority vested in the President by a certain provision of the Airways Modernization Act of 1957, is hereby revoked, such revocation to become effective on the date the repeal of that act takes effect under sections 1401 (d) and 1505 (2) of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 (72 Stat. 806, 811).

Sec. 3. Except as otherwise provided in section 2 hereof, the provisions of this order shall become effective immediately.

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER THE WHITE HOUSE,

December 24, 1958.

13 CFR, 1957 Supp.

CHAPTER III-PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS OTHER THAN PROCLAMATIONS AND EXECUTIVE ORDERS

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1955
(None published, but see Letter of August 16, 1955, Page 438)

1956

(See also Letter of August 21, 1956, and Letter of December 27, 1956, Page 439)

MEMORANDUM OF NOVEMBER 23, statutes so far as they relate to the 1956

compensation and leave of employees of

the United States. MEMORANDUM TO HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES AND IN

The heads of departments, agencies, DEPENDENT ESTABLISHMENTS AUTHORIZ- and independent establishments shall ING FEDERAL EMPLOYEES TO BE EXCUSED adopt a liberal policy for the granting of FROM DUTY ON DECEMBER 24, 1956 annual leave to all employees who wish Employees in the Federal service in the

to take such leave during the rest of the Metropolitan Area of the District of period between the holidays. Columbia, and in the field service of the

This memorandum shall not be conExecutive departments, independent strued as authority for excusing from establishments and other agencies of the duty (1) those employees in the DepartGovernment, including the General Ac- ment of State, the Department of counting Office, the Government Print

Defense, or other departments, establishing Office and Navy Yards and Naval

ments, or agencies who for national Stations, whose services are determined

security or other public reasons should, by the respective heads of the departments, independent establishments, and

in the judgment of the respective heads other agencies not to be needed for main

of such departments, establishments, taining any skeleton forces which may

and agencies, be at their posts, or (2) be necessary for the transaction of urgent those employees whose absence from public business, shall be excused from duty would be inconsistent with the produty on Monday, December 24, 1956; and visions of existing law. such day shall be considered a holiday

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER within the meaning of Executive Order No. 10358' of June 9, 1952, and of all THE WHITE HOUSE, 13 CFR, 1952 Supp.

November 23, 1956.

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