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EXECUTIVE ORDER 9519

Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, to serve for a term of four years from August 6, 1944, unless and until his services as a member of said Board shall have sooner terminated.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE,

January 31, 1945.

EXTENSION OF THE PROVISIONS OF EXECU

TIVE ORDER No. 9001' OF DECEMBER 27,
1941, TO THE OFFICE OF WAR MOBILIZA-
TION AND RECONVERSION, THE OFFICE OF
CONTRACT SETTLEMENT, THE SURPLUS
PROPERTY BOARD, AND THE RETRAINING
AND REEMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION

By virtue of the authority vested in me by Title II of the First War Powers Act, 1941, approved December 18, 1941 (55 Stat. 839), and as President of the United States, and deeming that such action will facilitate the prosecution of the war, I hereby extend the provisions of Executive Order No. 9001 of December 27, 1941, to the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, the Office of Contract Settlement, the Surplus Property Board, and the Retraining and Reemployment Administration, with respect to all contracts made or to be made by such agencies; and, subject to the limitations and regulations contained in such Executive order, I hereby authorize the Director of War Mobilization and Reconversion, the Director of Contract Settlement, the Surplus Property Board, and the Retraining and Reemployment Administrator, and such officers and employees as they may respectively designate, to perform and exercise, as to the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, the Office of Contract Settlement, the Surplus Property Board, and the Retraining and Reemployment Administration, respectively, all the functions and powers vested in and granted to the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, and the Chairman of the United States Maritime Commission by such Executive order.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE,

January 31, 1945.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 9521 REVOCATION OF CERTAIN EXECUTIVE ORDERS

PRESCRIBING REGULATIONS RELATING TO
THE DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
OF THE FOREIGN SERVICE OF THE UNITED
STATES

WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 9452 of June 26, 1944, as amended by Executive Order No. 9514 of January 18, 1945, the Secretary of State is authorized, with certain exceptions, to prescribe regulations and issue orders and instructions relating to the duties of officers and employees of the Foreign Service of the United States and the transaction of their business, as he may deem conducive to the public interest; and

WHEREAS it is desirable, in the interest of effective administration, that certain Executive orders, hereinafter referred to prescribing regulations relating to the duties of officers and employees of the Foreign Service of the United States and the transaction of their business, be revoked and regulations of the Secretary of State substituted therefor:

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by sections 202 and 1752 of the Revised Statutes of the United States (5 U.S. C. 156; 22 U. S. C. 132), and as President of the United States, it is ordered as follows:

The Executive Order of December 31, 1896 and Executive Orders No. 2262 of October 21, 1915, No. 3313 of July 21, 1920, No. 3731 of September 5, 1922, No. 4255 of June 18, 1925, No. 4605-A of March 8, 1927, No. 4943 of August 2, 1928, No. 6942 of January 8, 1935, No. 7543 of January 29, 1937, No. 7729 of October 16, 1937, No. 7826 of February 28, 1938, No. 7968 of September 3, 1938, No. 8016 of December 1, 1938, No. 8076 of April 4, 1939, No. 8077 of April 4, 1939, No. 8084 of April 11, 1939, No. 8181 of June 22, 1939, No. 8189 of July 5, 1939, No. 8196 of July 8, 1939, No. 8210 of July 17, 1939, No. 8292 of November 30, 1939, No. 8297 of December 4, 1939, No. 8307 of December 19, 1939, No. 8346 of February 12, 1940,

EXECUTIVE ORDER 9520 DESIGNATING THE VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE

BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL
RESERVE SYSTEM

By virtue of and pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 10 of the Federal Reserve Act (38 Stat. 260) as amended by section 203 (b) of the act of August 23, 1935 (49 Stat. 704), I hereby designate Ronald Ransom as Vice

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EXECUTIVE ORDER 9523

No. 8352 of February 25, 1940, No. 8379 of March 19, 1940, No. 8396 of April 18, 1940, No. 8400 of April 29, 1940, No. 8439 of June 12, 1940, No. 8535 of September 6, 1940, No. 8547 of September 24, 1940, No. 8672 of February 4, 1941, No. 8689 of February 19, 1941, No. 8818 of July 5, 1941, No. 8820 of July 11, 1941, No. 9191 of July 3, 1942, No. 9303 of February 11, 1943, No. 9407 of December 17, 1943, No. 9431 of March 20, 1944, No. 9450 of June 20, 1944, and No. 9507 of December 20, 1944, or any part of any of said Executive orders, are hereby revoked as of the dates of issuance of the orders or regulations of the Secretary of State that cover the subjectmatter of and supersede the said Executive orders or parts thereof: Provided, however, That the Secretary of State shall designate, in each such order or regulation issued by him, the Executive order, or part thereof, the subject-matter of which is covered by such order or regulation and which such order or regulation is designed and intended to supersede, and shall cause such order or regulation to be published in the FEDERAL REGISTER; And provided further, That the revocation of any one of the Executive orders hereinbefore listed shall not constitute a revival of any Executive order specifically revoked by any of the listed orders.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE,

February 13, 1945.

AUTHORIZING THE SECRETARY OF WAR TO

TAKE POSSESSION OF AND OPERATE THE PLANTS AND FACILITIES OF THE AMERICAN ENKA CORPORATION LOCATED AT OR NEAR ENKA, NORTH CAROLINA

WHEREAS after investigation I find and proclaim that the plants and facilities of the American Enka Corporation located at or near Enka, North Carolina, are plants and facilities that are equipped for the manufacture and production of articles or materials which may be required for the war effort or which may be useful in connection therewith; that as a result of labor disturbances there is a threatened interruption of the operations of the said plants and facilities of the American Enka Corporation; that the war effort will be unduly impeded or delayed by these interruptions and that the exercise as hereinafter specified of the powers and authority vested in me is necessary to insure in the interest of the war effort the operation of these plants and facilities:

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the United States, including the War Labor Disputes Act and the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 as amended, as President of the United States and Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, I hereby authorize the Secretary of War to take possession of the plants and facilities of the American Enka Corporation located at or near Enka, North Carolina, together with any real or personal property, wherever situated, used in connection therewith, and to operate such plants and facilities in accordance with the provisions of all applicable laws and in such manner as he may deem necessary for the effective prosecution of the war. Possession of any plants or facilities so taken shall be terminated by the Secretary of War within sixty days after he determines that such possession is no longer necessary for the effective prosecution of the war.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT

EXECUTIVE ORDER 9522 TRANSFERRING THE TOMAH RADIO SCHOOL

PROPERTY AT TOMAH, WISCONSIN, TO THE CONTROL AND JURISDICTION OF THE VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION

By virtue of and pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 1 of the act of March 3, 1925, 43 Stat. 1212, it is ordered that the Tomah Radio School property at Tomah, Wisconsin (sometimes referred to as the Tomah Indian School), formerly the United States Indian Industrial School Farm, as it now exists, containing 378 acres of land, together with all improvements thereon, be, and it is hereby, transferred from the control and jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior to the control and jurisdiction of the Veterans' Administration.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE,

February 13, 1945.

THE WHITE HOUSE,

February 18, 1945.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 9524 AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 9195 OF

JULY 7, 1942, PRESCRIBING REGULATIONS
RELATING TO AERIAL FLIGHTS BY PER-
SONNEL OF THE ARMY, NAVY, MARINE
CORPS, COAST GUARD, AND NATIONAL
GUARD

Executive Order No. 9195 of July 7, 1942, prescribing regulations relating to aerial flights by personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and National Guard, as amended by Executive Order No. 9458 of July 22, 1944, is hereby further amended as indicated below:

1. The title and preamble of the said order are amended to read as follows: REGULATIONS RELATING TO AERIAL FLIGHTS

BY PERSONNEL OF THE ARMY, NAVY, MA-
RINE CORPS, COAST GUARD, AND NATIONAL
GUARD, AND OFFICERS OF THE PUBLIC
HEALTH SERVICE DETAILED FOR DUTY
WITH THE COAST GUARD

By virtue of and pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 20 of the act of June 10, 1922, 42 Stat. 632, as amended by section 6 of the act of July 2, 1926, 44 Stat. 782, by section 18 of the Pay Readjustment Act of 1942, approved June 16, 1942 (56 Stat. 368), and by section 215 (a) of the Public Health Service Act, approved July 1, 1944 (58 Stat. 690), I hereby prescribe the following regulations relating to increased pay for personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and National Guard, and for officers of the Public Health Service detailed for duty with the Coast Guard, when by orders of competent authority they are required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights, and when in consequence of such orders they do participate in regular and frequent flights.

2. Subdivision (f) of paragraph 1 of the order is amended to read as follows:

(f) The terms “student naval flight surgeon" and "student Public Health Service flight surgeon" shall be construed to include any naval medical officer and any officer of the Public Health Service while detailed for duty with the Coast Guard who is duly appointed and assigned flight instruction leading to the designation of naval flight surgeon or Public Health Service flight surgeon.

3. Paragraphs 4 and 5 of the order are amended to read as follows:

4. Each oficer of the Medical Corps of the Army or of the Navy and each oficer of the Public Health Service while detailed for duty with the Coast Guard who is duly assigned to duty with any aeronautic headquarters or unit of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, or assigned to duty at a station where there is an aeronautic unit, and who has qualified as a flight surgeon or as an aviation medical examiner may be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights by the Commanding General of the Army Air Forces, or by such officer or officers as he may designate, for the Army, and by the Chief of Naval Personnel for the Navy and Marine Corps, and by the Commandant of the Coast Guard for officers of the Public Health Service detailed for duty with the Coast Guard; and any orders for such requirement shall remain in force for the entire period of such assignment, except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12.

5. Each officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man of the Army who is duly assigned to a course of instruction for qualification as aircraft pilot or aircraft observer, and each oficer, warrant officer, or enlisted man of the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, and each officer of the Public Health Service while detailed for duty with the Coast Guard, who is duly appointed a student aviator, a student aviation pilot, a student aviation observer, a student naval flight surgeon, or a student Public Health Service flight surgeon, shall be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial fights. Orders for such requirement shall be issued by the Commanding General of the Army Air Forces, or by such officer or officers as he may designate, for the Army, by the Chief of Naval Personnel for the Navy, by the Commandant of the Marine Corps for the Marine Corps, and by the Commandant of the Coast Guard for the Coast Guard and for officers of the Public Health Seryice detailed for duty with the Coast Guard; and such orders shall remain in force for the entire period of the course of instruction, except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12.

4. Paragraph 8 of the order is amended to read as follows:

8. Each officer, warrant officer, member of the Army Nurse Corps or Navy Nurse Corps (female), or enlisted man

7. This order shall be effective as of January 1, 1944.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE,

February 18, 1945.

other than those specified in paragraphs 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7, may be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights. Orders for such requirements shall be issued by the Commanding General of the Army Air Forces, or by such officer or officers as he may designate, for personnel commissioned in the Army Air Corps or on duty with the Army Air Forces, by the Secretary of War, or such officer or officers as he may designate, for other branches of the Army, by the Chief of Naval Personnel for the Navy, by the Commandant of the Marine Corps for the Marine Corps, and by the Commandant of the Coast Guard for the Coast Guard and for officers of the Public Health Service detailed for duty with the Coast Guard; and such orders shall remain in force for the entire period of such assignment, except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12.

5. So much of paragraph 10 of the order as precedes the proviso therein is amended to read as follows:

10. For personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and National Guard (when in the active military service of the United States and when participating in exercises or performing duties provided for by sections 94, 97, and 99 of the National Defense Act, as amended) and for officers of the Public Health Service detailed for duty with the Coast Guard who are required by competent authority to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights, the following requirements are prescribed:

6. The third sentence of paragraph 12 of the order is amended to read as follows:

In all other cases such action shall be reported with the reasons therefor, for confirmation to the Commanding General of the Army Air Forces, or to such officer or officers as he may designate, for personnel commissioned in the Army Air Corps or on duty with the Army Air Forces, and to the Secretary of War, or such officer or officers as he may designate, for other branches of the Army, or to the officer who issued the order requiring the person concerned to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights for the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, and for officers of the Public Health Service detailed for duty with the Coast Guard.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 9525 AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 9356 OF

JUNE 24, 1943, PRESCRIBING REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE FURNISHING OF CLOTHING IN KIND OR PAYMENT OF CASH ALLOWANCES IN LIEU THEREOF TO ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE NAVY, THE COAST GUARD, THE NAVAL RESERVE, AND THE COAST GUARD RESERVE

By virtue of and pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 10 of the Pay Readjustment Act of June 16, 1942 (56 Stat. 359, 363); it is ordered that Executive Order 9356 of June 24, 1943, as amended, prescribing regulations governing the furnishing of clothing in kind or payment of cash allowances in lieu thereof to enlisted personnel of the Navy, the Coast Guard, the Naval Reserve, and the Coast Guard Reserve, be, and it is hereby, further amended by adding to section A thereof subsection 9 to read as follows:

9. Enlisted men of the Navy, Naval Reserve, Coast Guard, and Coast Guard Reserve, returned to the United States from overseas (including Alaska) as patients, who, due to the exigencies of the service and through no fault of their own, have become separated from or have lost their clothing and have not been reimbursed therefor: (a) Chief petty officers, cooks, and

stewards; an issue of clothing in

kind not to exceed in value. $100.00 (b) Enlisted men in other ratings;

an issue of clothing in kind not to exceed in value.--

60.00 In the event claim for reimbursement for lost personal property is later presented by an individual receiving issues of clothing under this subsection, the value of such clothing shall be deducted from such claim by the adjudicating authority.

This amendment shall become effective as of January 1, 1945.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE,

February 28, 1945.

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EXECUTIVE ORDER 9526 AMENDING CERTAIN EXECUTIVE AND PUBLIC

LAND ORDERS WITHDRAWING PUBLIC
LANDS FOR PURPOSES INCIDENT TO THE
NATIONAL EMERGENCY AND THE PROSE-
CUTION OF THE WAR 1

WHEREAS by certain Executive and Public Land orders more than 13,000,000 acres of public lands have been withdrawn and reserved for the use of the military and other branches of the Federal Government for purposes incident to the various phases of the national emergency and the prosecution of the war; and

WHEREAS immediately prior to the issuance of such orders various Executive departments and independent agencies of the Federal Government had primary jurisdiction over, interests in, needs and uses for, or administration of, certain portions of such public lands; and

WHEREAS because of the findings of necessity for the emergency use of such lands, the jurisdiction over, interests in, needs and uses for, and administration of those lands by such departments and agencies were subordinated to such emergency use; and

WHEREAS it is and has been the intention, as expressed in most of the orders, that after the termination of the emergency, the public lands should be returned to the jurisdiction, uses, and administration which existed prior to the withdrawal and reservation of such lands for purposes incident to the national emergency and the prosecution of the war; and

WHEREAS it is appropriate that, in future determinations of the public purposes for which such lands shall be used, reserved, or administered after the emergency, those departments and agencies of the Federal Government which had prior jurisdiction over, interests in, or administration of such lands should have restored to them such jurisdiction over, interests in, or administration of the lands as existed prior to the withdrawal and reservation of the lands for purposes incident to the national emergency and the prosecution of the war:

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me as the President of the United States as set forth in the

orders hereinafter enumerated, it is ordered as follows:

The Executive orders and Public Land orders hereinafter enumerated, withdrawing and reserving public lands for uses incident to the national emergency and the prosecution of the war, are hereby amended by adding to each of the said orders the following paragraph:

"The jurisdiction granted by this order shall cease at the expiration of the six months' period following the termination of the unlimited national emergency declared by Proclamation No. 2487 of May 27, 1941 (55 Stat. 1647). Thereupon, jurisdiction over the lands hereby reserved shall be vested in the Department of the Interior, and any other department or agency of the Federal Government according to their respective interests then of record. The lands, however, shall remain withdrawn from appropriation as herein provided until otherwise ordered.”

Executive Order Numbers: 8101, 8102, 8305, 8325, 8343, 8450, 8507, 8508, 8577, 8578, 8579, 8636, 8651, 8652, 8725, 8755, 8788, 8789, 8792, 8793, 8794, 8830, 8831, 8847, 8865, 8872, 8874, 8877, 8884, 8892, 8915, 8923, 8927, 8932, 8954, 8957, 8992, 8999, 9000, 9014, 9019, 9020, 9026, 9029, 9042, 9053, 9081, 9086, 9104, 9107, 9109, 9114, 9143, 9215.

Public Land Order Numbers: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 43, 44, 50, 51, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 66, 72, 74, 75, 76, 80, 81, 83, 85, 87, 88, 89, 90, 93, 94, 97, 98, 105, 109, 110.

Any provision in any of the orders hereinabove enumerated which is in conflict with this order is hereby superseded to the extent of such conflict: Provided, however, That any provision for the earlier return of jurisdiction over the public lands in any of said orders shall remain operative.

FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE,

February 28, 1945,

EXECUTIVE ORDER 9527 RELINQUISHING POSSESSION OF THE PLANTS

OF YORK SAFE AND LOCK COMPANY, YORK COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 9416, dated January 21, 1944,' the Secre

* Noted in Title 10, $ 501.1, Title 36, $201.18 and Title 43, Appendix to Chapter I.

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