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Table 3-PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS OTHER THAN PROCLAMATIONS AND

EXECUTIVE ORDERS

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1945 Jan. 11 Military order: Military commissions for the trial of certain offenders against the law of war;

establishment and procedure.. Apr. 13

Order: Closing of Executive Departments and Agencies Saturday afternoon, Apr. 14.
Apr. 13 Order: Display of flags at half-staff on all public buildings until close of Monday, May 14..
Aug. 15 Directive: Censorship, Office of; cessation of certain activities..
Sept. 11 Letter: World War II, designation of; approval of recommendation of War and Navy Depart-

ments.
Sept. 19 Regulation: Regulations under Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945; additional within-grade

salary advancements as rewards for superior accomplishment, granting of.. Dec. 14 | Appointment: Fact-finding board in General Motors dispute.-

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Table 4-EXECUTIVE ORDERS ISSUED PURSUANT TO THE FIRST AND

SECOND WAR POWERS ACTS

First War Powers Act (55 Stat. 838; 50 U.S.C., App., Sup., 601-622)

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1945 9512 Jan. 16 Field positions subject to the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, providing for the

coordination of allocations.. 9516 Jan. 24 Bingham and Garfield Ry. Co., possession and operation of the transportation

system 9519 Jan. 31 Oflice of War Mobilization and Reconversion, the Office of Contract Settlement,

the Surplus Property Board, and the Retraining and Reemployment Administra.

tion; extension of the provisions of Executive Order 9001 of Dec. 27, 1941.. 9528 Mar. 2 Officers to act as Secretary of the Navy; amending Executive Order 9096 to provide

al change in the order of succession. 9541 Apr. 19

Office of Surplus Property of the Procurement Division of the Department of the

Treasury, transfer to the Department of Commerce 9554 May 23 Motor carriers in and about the city of Chicago, III.; possession and operation of

property. 9556 May 26 Court martial cases, certain functions, duties, and powers of the President with

respect to; providing for the exercise of by the Secretary of War, the Under Secre

tary of War, the Secretary of the Navy and the Under Secretary of the Navy.... 9567 June 8 Alien Property Custodian, functions and duties with respect to property of Germany

and Japan and nationals thereof further defined; amending Executive Order 9095,

as amended by Executive Order 9193. 9570 June 14 Scranton Transit Co. located in and about the city of Scranton, Pa.; possession and

operation of the transportation system, plants, and facilities. 9572 June 15 Toledo, Peoria & Western R. R.; possession, control, and operation.. 9575 June 21 Commissioned corps of the Public Health Ser declaration as a military service

and prescribing regulations therefor. 9577 June 29 War Food Administration; termination, and transfer of functions to the Secretary

of Agriculture. 9592 July 21 Contracts of the Office of War Information and the Office of Alien Property Custo

dian, extension of the provisions of Executive Order 9001 of Dec. 27, 1941. 9596 Aug. 13 Secretary of the Navy, officers to act as; revoking Executive Order 9528 which pro

vides a change in the order of succession.. 9599 Aug. 18 Assistance to expanded production and continued stabilization of the national econ.

omy during the transition from war to peace, and for the orderly modification of war.

time controls over prices, wages, materials, and facilities; provision for.. 9602 Aug. 23 Illinois Central R. R. Co.; possession, control, and operation of the transportation

system, plants, and facilities. 9608 Aug. 31 Office of War Information; termination, and provision for the disposition of its func

tions and of certain functions of the Office of Inter-American Affairs. 9611 Sept. 10 Advisory Board on Just Compensation, reestablishment.. 9617 Sept. 19 Department of Labor, transfer of certain agencies and functions to. 9620 Sept. 20 Office of Economic Stabilization; abolishment of, and transfer of functions to the Office

of War Mobilization and Reconversion. 9621 Sept. 20 Office of Strategic Services; termination of, and disposition of its functions. 9627 Sept. 24 Advisory Board on Just Compensation, reestablishment; amending Executive Order

9611 of Sept. 10, 1945. 9630 Sept. 27 Foreign economic functions, and functions with respect to surplus property in foreign

areas; redistribution 9635 Sept. 29 Navy Department and the naval cstablishment, organization of 0638 Oct. 4 Civilian Production Administration; creation, and termination of the War Produc

tion Board. 9643 Oct. 19 Surplus property disposal functions of Commerce Department, transfer to Recon.

struction Finance Corporation... 9649 Oct. 29 Office of Fishery Coordination, termination of.. 9656 Nov. 15 Shipbuilding stabilization Committee, transfer from Civilian Production Adminis

tration to Labor Department..

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Table 4-EXECUTIVE ORDERS ISSUED PURSUANT TO THE FIRST AND

SECOND WAR POWERS ACTS Continued First War Powers Act (55 Stat. 838; 50 U.S.C., App., Sup., 601–622)—Continued

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Capital Transit Co., Washington, D. C.; possession, control and operation of the

transportation system, plants and facilities.
Great Lakes Towing Co., Cleveland, Ohio; possession, control, and operation of the

transportation system, plants and facilities.
Smaller War Plants Corporation, transfer of functions to the Reconstruction Finance

Corporation and the Department of Commerce..

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Coast Guard, directing the return to the Treasury Department..
Iran, transfer of air-navigation facilities and functions from the War Department to

the Administrator of Civil Aeronautics.

Second War Powers Act (56 Stat. 176; 50 U.S.C., App., Sup., 631-645a)

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Subject

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1945 9571 June 15 Secretary of the Interior authorized to acquire and dispose of certain property... 9599 Aug. 18 Assistance to expanded production and continued stabilization of the national econ

omy during the transition from war to peace, and for the orderly modification of

wartime controls over prices, wages, materials, and facilities; provision for. 2009 Sept. 6 National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, authorization to acquire and dispose

of property.-0610

Sept. 6 Administrator of Veterans Affairs, authorization to acquire and dispose of property.. 9645 Oct. 24 Authority conferred by Executive Order 9489 of Oct. 18, 1944; termination of..

10155

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1945 256 Jan.

4 Utah, revoking Public Land Order 130 and withdrawing public lands for classification. 257 Jan. 17 Colorado, transfer of lands from San Isabel National Forest to Rio Grande National

Forest.
258 Jan. 17 Colorado, order abolishing Cochetopa National Forest and transferring its lands to

Gunnison, Rio Grande, and San Isabel National Forests.
Jan. 17 Utab, revoking in part Executive orders creating Power Site Reserves 107, 119, 191,

243, 251, 256, 363, 511, and 732..
260 Jan. 19 Utah, order abolishing Powell National Forest and transferring its lands to Dixie

National Forest. 261 Jan. 24 Washington, order withdrawing public lands for use of the War Department for mili

tary purposes. 262 Feb. 3 Alaska, transferring jurisdiction over certain lands from Department of Interior to

Federal Public Housing Authority, National Housing Agency.
203 Feb. 19 Colorado, abolishing Holy Cross National Forest and transferring its lands to White

River National Forest.
Mar. 5 Alaska, withdrawing public land for use of Alaska Road Commission as administra-

tive site
265 Mar. 8 Alaska, withdrawing public land for use of the War Department for military purposes.
266 Mar. 16 Nevada, withdrawing public lands for use of the Navy Department as target range..
268 Mar. 20 Colorado, withdrawing public lands and transferring jurisdiction thereover to the

War Department for exchange purposes... 269 Mar. 28 Alaska, revoking Public Land Order 233. 270 Apr. 5

Alaska, reducing the withdrawal made by Public Land Order No. 12 of July 20, 1942.. 271 Apr. 5 New Mexico, modifying the Taos Project and Grazing District No. 1, and reducing

stock driveway withdrawal No. 254. 272 Apr. 11 Alaska, reducing the withdrawal made by Executive Order No. 6957 of Feb. 4, 1935. 273 Apr. 17 Utah, modifying Public Land Order 256 revoking Public Land Order 130 and with

drawing public lands for classification.. 274 Apr. 17

Alaska, revoking in part Executive Order No. 19194% of Apr. 21, 1914, and Executive

Order No. 3672 of May 8, 1922, withdrawing public land for town site purposes. 275 Apr. 23 Nevada, withdrawing public lands for use of the Navy Department for aviation

purposes.. 276 Apr. 30 New Mexico, correcting an error in the description of certain lands transferred from

the Secretary of Agriculture to the Secretary of the Interior by Executive Order No.

7792 277 May 14 | New Mexico, withdrawing public lands for the Rio Grande Canalization Project.

2886 2975 3136

4041 3647 4041

4110 4244

4505

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1945 278 May 21 Idaho, reserving certain public lands in connection with the North Lake State Migratory Waterfowl Refuge...

6313 279 May 22 California, withdrawing public land for the use of the Navy Department in connection with the Naval Auxiliary Air Station..

6314 280 May 22 Alaska, withdrawing public lands for the protection of the water supply for the City of Anchorage and for Fort Richardson.

6314 281 May 29 California, withdrawing public lands for the use of the Navy Department as antiaircraft firing range.

6786, 7540 282 May 31 Alaska, revoking Executive Order No. 6118 of May 2, 1933, transferring control of certain land to the Secretary of War

6848 283 May 31

California, withdrawing public lands for use of the Navy Department for aviation
purposes..

6848 285 June 16 Nevada, revoking in part Executive Order No. 8927 of Oct. 29, 1941, reserving public

lands
under jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior

7812 286 June 26 North Dakota, establishing the Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge..

8559 287 | July 6 California, revoking in part Executive Order No. 8865 and opening lands under ap. plicable laws.

8911, 8981 288 July 12 Colorado, Power Site Restoration No. 498. Revoking in part Executive orders cre

ating Power Site Reserves Nos. 124, 133, 143, 195, 253, 254, 335, 339, 356, and 427. 9119,11859 289 July 20 Alaska, amending Executive Order No. 3797-A of Feb. 27, 1923, withdrawing certain land in Alaska as a Naval Petroleum Reserve

9479 290 July 25 Alaska, withdrawing public lands for use of the War Department

9679 291 July 25 Wyoming and Colorado, Power Site Restoration No. 499. Revoking in part Execu

tive orders creating Power Site Reserves Nos. 128, 137, 233, 348, 413, 417, 435, and
445..

9680 292 July 25 California, reducing the withdrawal made by Executive Order No. 6361 of October 25, 1933..

9680 293 Aug. 8 California, withdrawing public lands for use of the Navy Department as a part of a Marine Corps training area.

10033 294 Aug. 13 Montana, Musselshell Administrative Site enlarged.

10279 295 Oct. 5 Alaska, Air-Navigation Site Withdrawal No. 227.

13076 296 Oct. 5 Wyoming, abolishing the Washakie National Forest and transferring its lands to the Shoshone National Forest...

13077 297 Oct. 5 Montana, transfer of lands from the Custer National Forest to the Gallatin National Forest

13077 298 Oct. 9 Wyoming, withdrawing public land for the use of the Forest Service as the Wood River Administrative Site.

13077 299 Oct. 9 Alaska, modifying Public Land Order No. 82, withdrawing public lands for use in connection with the prosecution of the war.

13077 300 Oct. 25 Oregon, reserving certain public lands in connection with the Summer Lake Migratory Waterfowl and Game Management Area.

13720 301 Nov. 6 Idaho, transfer of lands from Boise National Forest to Payette National Forest.

14148 302 Nov. 6 Utah, modifying Public Land Order 256, of Jan. 4, 1945.

14148 303 Nov. 16 California, withdrawing public lands for town site purposes.

14456 304 Dec. 13 Utah, revoking in part Executive order dated July 7, 1910, creating coal land withdrawal, Utah, No. 1

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Note: For the full text of public land orders, see Title 43, Chapter I, Appendix, infra.

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Toledo, Peoria, and Western R. R. Co.; Office of De E. O. 9603, Aug. 25, infra.

fense Transportation directed to take control of (3
CFR, Cum. Supp., p. 1127),
Woods, S. A., Machine Co., South Boston, Mass.; pos E. 0. 0603, Aug. 25, infra.

session of plant by Sec. of War (3 CFR, Čum. Supp.,

p. 1195).
Howarth Pivoted Bearings Co. at Philadelphia, Pa.; E. O. 9603, Aug. 25, infra.

Sec. of Navy authorized to take possession and oper

ate plants of (3 CFR, 1943 Supp., p. 24).
Possession and operation of coal mines (3 CFR, 1943 Dept. of Int., Order SFA T-6, June 13
Supp., p. 54).

(10 F. R. 7265).
Los Angeles Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation | E. 0. 9603, Aug. 25, infra.

at Los Angeles, Calif.; Sec. of Navy authorized to
take possession and operate the shipyard (3 CFR,

1943 Supp., p. 59).
York Safe & Lock Co., York County, Pa.; Sec. of Navy E. O. 9527, Feb. 28, infra.

authorized to take possession and operate the plants
of (3 CFR, 1944 Supp., p. 47).

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Executive orders authorizing Government control

Documents terminating Government

control

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Office of Defense Transportation:
Notices and Orders of Termination:

No. 12, Jan. 22 (10 F. R. 881);
No. 13, Feb. 24 (10 F. R. 2260);
No. 14, Mar. 3 (10 F. R. 2537);
No. 15, Mar. 12 (10 F. R. 2773);
No. 16, June 8 (10 F. R. 6916);
No. 17, June 11 (10 F. R. 6990);
No. 18, June 15 (10 F. R. 7269);
No. 19, June 18 (10 F. R. 7420);
No. 20, July 20 (10 F. R. 9039);
No. 21, Aug. 11 (10 F. R. 10044);
No. 22, Aug. 13 (10 F. R. 10045);
No. 23, Aug. 15 (10 F. R. 10136);
No. 24, Aug. 16 (10 F. R. 10242),
No, 25, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10441);
No. 26, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10441);
No. 27, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10442);
No. 28, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10442)
No. 29, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10442)
No. 30, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10442)
No. 31, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10442)
No. 32, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10443)

No. 33, Aug. 23 (10 F. R. 10443);
E. O. 9603, Aug. 25, infra; Office of

Defense Transportation; Notices

and Orders of Termination: No. 34,
Sept. 11 (10 F. R. 11719); No. 35,
Sept. 11 (10 F. R. 11719); No. 36,
Sept. 11 (10 F. R. 11720); No. 37,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12271); No. 38,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12271); No. 39,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12272); No. 40,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12272); No. 41,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12272); No. 42,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12272); No. 43,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12272); No. 44,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12273); No. 45,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12273); No. 46,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12273); No. 47,
Sept. 27 (10 F. R. 12273); No. 48,
Oct. 3 (10 F. R. 12572); No. 49,
Oct. 3 (10 F. R. 12572); No. 50,
Oct. 3 (10 F. R. 12573); No. 51,
Oct. 3 (10 F. R. 12573); No. 52,
Oct. 3 10 F. R. 12573); No. 53,
Oct. 3 (10 F. R. 12573); No. 54,
Oct. 3 (10 F. R. 12573); No. 55,
Oct. 3 10 F. R. 12574); No. 56,
Oct. 3 (10 F. R. 12574); No. 57,
Oct. 3 (10 F. R. 12574); No. 58,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12711); No. 59,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12711); No. 60,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12711); No. 61,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12711); No. 62,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12712); No. 63,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12712); No. 64,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12712); No. 65,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12712); No. 66,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12712); No. 67,
Oct. 9 (10 F. R. 12713); No. 68,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12779); No. 69,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12779); No. 70,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12779); No. 71,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12779); No. 72,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12779); No. 73,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12780); No. 74,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12780); No. 75,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12780); No. 76,
Oct. 11 (10 F. R. 12780); No. 77,
Oct. 15 (10 F. R. 12928); No. 78,
Oct. 15 (10 F. R. 12928); No. 79,
Oct. 15 (10 F. R. 12928); No. 80,
Oct. 15 (10 F. R. 12929); No. 81,

Table 6-POSSESSION AND CONTROL OF CERTAIN FACILITIES–Continued

Executive orders authorizing Government control

Documents terminating Government

control

No.

Date

Subject

1944 9462 Aug. 11 Certain motor carrier transportation systems, posses E. 0. 9603, Aug. 25, infra; Office of

sion and operation of (3 CFR, 1944 Supp., p. 70). Defense Transportation; Notices
Continued.

and Orders of Termination-Con.
Oct. 15 (10 F. R. 12929); No. 82,
Oct. 15 (10 F. R. 12929); No. 83,
Oct. 15 (10 F. R. 12929); No. 84,
Oct. 15 (10 F. R. 12929); No. 85,
Oct. 16 (10 F. R. 12968); No. 86,
Oct. 16 (10 F. R. 12968); No. 87,
Oct. 16 (10 F. R. 12968); No. 88,
Oct. 16 (10 F. R. 12969); No. 89,
Oct. 16 (10 F. R. 12969); No. 90,
Oct. 16 (10 F. R. 12969); No. 91,
Oct. 16 (10 F. R. 12969); No. 92,
Oct. 19 (10 F. R. 13084); No. 93,
Oct. 19 (10 F. R. 13084); No. 94,
Oct. 22 (10 F. R. 13232); No, 95,
Oct. 22 (10 F. R. 13232); No. 96,
Oct. 22 (10 F. R. 13232); No. 97,
Oct. 22 (10 F. R. 13233); No. 98,
Oct. 22 10 F. R. 13233); No. 99,
Oct. 22 (10 F. R. 13233); No, 100,
Oct. 22 (10 F. R. 13233); No. 101,

Oct. 22 (10 F. R. 13233) 9463 Aug. 12 Pacific Gear and Tool Works, the Federal Mogul Corp., E. 0. 9603, Aug. 25, infra.

the Link-Belt Co. (Pacific Div.), the U.S. Pipe and
Mfg. Co., and the Enterprise Engine and Foundry
Co., located at San Francisco, Calif.; Secretary of
Navy authorized to take possession and operate

plants and facilities of (3 CFR, 1944 Supp., p.
9466 Aug. 19 Certain machine shop companies; Secretary of Navy | E. O. 9603, Aug. 25, infra.

authorized to take possession of and operate the plants

and facilities of (3 CFR, 1944, Supp., p. 75) 9469 Aug. 23 Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Co. in the Dept. of Int., Order SFA T-3, Apr. 16

State of Pa.; Secretary of Interior authorized to take (10 F. R. 4209).
possession of and operate the mines, collieries, and

facilities of (3 CFR, 1944 Supp., p. 78) 9474 Aug. 31 Ford Collieries Co. of Curtisville, Pa., and Rochester Dept. of Int., Order SFA T-2, Feb. 24

and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Indiana, Pa.; Secretary (10 F. R. 2254).
of Interior authorized to take possession of and oper-
ate the mines, collieries, and facilities of (3 CFR, 1944

Supp., p. 82)
9475A Sept. 2 Hughes Tool Co. located at Houston, Tex.; Secretary | E. O. 9603, Aug. 25, infra.

of War authorized to take possession of and operato
certain plants and facilities of (3 CFR, 1944 Supp.,

p. 83) 9476 Sept. 3 Certain coal companies; Secietary of Interior author. Dept. of Int., Order SFA T-2, Feb. 24

ized to take possession of and operate the mines, (10 F. R. 2254).
collieries, and preparation facilities of (3 CFR, 1944

Supp., p. 84). 9478 Sept. 6 Certain coal companies; Secretary of Interior author- Dept. of Int., Order SFA T-2, Feb. 24

ized to take possession of and operate the mines, (10 F, R. 2254).
collieries, and preparation facilities of (3 CFR, 1944

Supp., p. 86). 9481 Sept. 12 Certain mines, collieries, and preparation facilities; Dept. of Int., Order SFA T-2, Feb. 24

Secretary of Interior authorized to take possession of (10 F. R. 2254).

and operate (3 CFR, 1944 Supp., p. 88). 9482 Sept. 14 Certain mines, collieries, and preparation facilities; Dept. of Int., Orders SFA T-1, Feb. 2

Secretary of Interior authorized to take possession of (10 F. R. 1549); SFA T-2, Feb. 24 and operate (3 CFR, 1944 Supp., p. 89).

(10 F. R. 2254). 9483 Sept. 19 Certain mines, collieries, and preparation facilities; Dept. of Int., Order SFA T-2, Feb. 24

Secretary of Interior authorized to take possession of (io F. R. 2254).

and operate (3 CFR, 1944 Supp., p. 90).
9484
Sept. 23 Farrell Cheek Steel Co., located at Sandusky, Ohio; E. O. 9603, Aug. 25, infra.

Secretary of War authorized to take possession of and
operate plants and facilities of (3 CFR, 1944 Supp.,

p. 91).
9493 Oct. 24 Lord Mfg. Co., located at Erie, Pa.; Secretary of Navy E. O. 9603, Aug. 25, infra.

authorized and directed to take possession of the
plants and facilities of (3 CFR, 1944 Supp., p. 97).

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