Herbert Hoover: proclamations and executive orders, March 4, 1929 to March 4, 1933. [Book 2]
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964., United States. President (1929-1933 : Hoover), United States. Office of the Federal Register.

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Page  [unnumbered] PROCLAMATIONS AND EXECUTIVE ORDERS Herbert Hoover March 4, 1929 to March 4, 1933 (IN TWO VOLUMES) VOLUME II UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON: I974

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Page  [unnumbered] CONTENTS VOLUME 1 Page Preface..................... iii Proclamations (March 4,1929 to March 4, 1933)...... 3 Executive Orders (No. 5076-5549).......... 285 VOLUME II Executive Orders (No. 5550-6070).............. 781 Tables of Presidential Documents Table 1-List of Proclamations.................. 1463 Table 2-List of Executive Orders............... 1468 Table 3-Presidential Documents Affected by Documents 1507 Published in This Volume........... Index.............................1521

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Page  781 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5550 Executive Order 5550. February 6, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Classification California Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the public lands in the areas hereinafter described be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, or other disposition, and reserved for classification and in aid of the administration and control of the Government-owned oil and gas deposits in the Kettleman Hills field: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN T. 21 S., R. 16 E., sees. 13, 24, and 25; T. 21 S., R. 17 E., secs. 16 to 22, inclusive; secs. 26 to 36, inclusive; T. 21 S., R. 18 E., sec. 31; T. 22 S., R. 17 E., secs. 1 to 5, inclusive; secs. 10 to 14, inclusive; sec. 24; T. 22 S., R. 18 E., secs. 5 to 9, inclusive; secs. 15 to 29, inclusive; secs. 33 to 36, inclusive; T. 22 S., R. 19 E., sec. 31; T. 23 S., R. 18 E., sees. 1, 2, 3, 11 to 14, inclusive; secs. 23, 24, 25, and 36; T. 23 S., R. 19 E., secs. 6, 7, 8, 17 to 21, inclusive; secs. 28 to 34, inclusive; T. 24 S., R. 19 E., sees. 3 to 10, inclusive; secs. 14 to 17, inclusive; secs. 20 to 29, inclusive; sees. 32 to 36, inclusive; T. 25 S., R. 19 E., secs. 1 to 4, inclusive; secs. 10 to 14, inclusive; sec. 24; T. 25 S., R. 20 E., secs. 5 to 9, inclusive; secs. 16 to 21, inclusive; sees. 27 to 29, inclusive. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 6, 1931. [No. 5550] 781

Page  782 EO 5551 Executive Orders Executive Order 5551. February 7, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey New Mexico Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 11 S., R. 5 W. and T. 12 S., R. 6 W., New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 7, 1931. [No. 5551] Executive Order 5552. February 9, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Containing Oil Shale Utah It is hereby ordered that lot 5 of sec. 24, T. 11 S., R. 19 E., and lot 6 of sec. 33, T. 8 S., R. 20 E., containing 160 acres, and tract 20 in sec. 24, T. 9 S., R. 25 E., containing 68.93 acres, Salt Lake meridian, Utah, be eliminated from the operation of Executive Order No. 5327 of April 15, 1930, withdrawing lands owned by the United States containing deposits of oil shale, so that trust patents can be issued to Ma 782

Page  783 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5554 chook-a-rats (Chester) and Jimmie Colorow, Uncompahgre Ute Indians, for the lands allotted to them. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 9, 1931. [No. 5552] Executive Order 5553. February 9,1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Nixon S. Plummer Mrs. Nixon S. Plummer may be appointed to an appropriate position in the Federal Trade Commission without regard to the civil service rules. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the chairman of the commission, who states that because of the illness of her husband Mrs. Plummer is compelled to support herself and small daughter and that she has the education and experience that will enable the commission to use her services to advantage. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 9, 1931. [No. 55531 Executive Order 5554. February 9, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Helen R. Witt Mrs. Helen R. Witt may be appointed to an appropriate position in the Interstate Commerce Commission without regard to the requirements of the civil service rules. 783

Page  784 EO 5555 Executive Orders Mrs. Witt is the widow of Carl C. Witt, who was an employee in the Interstate Commerce Commission from August, 1913, until the time of his death, December 17, 1930. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 9, 1931. [No. 5554] Executive Order 5555. February 11, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey New Mexico Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 15 N., R. 18 W., New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 11, 1931. [No. 5555] 784

Page  785 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5557 Executive Order 5556. February 11, 1931 Executive Order Extension of Trust Period on Allotments of Potawatomi Indians of Kansas It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of June 21, 1906 (34 Stat. 325-326), that the trust period on allotments made to members of the Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indians of Kansas, which trust period expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, February 11, 1931. [No. 5556] Executive Order 5557. February 13, 1931 Executive Order Extension of Trust Period on Allotments of Indians on the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of June 21, 1906 (34 Stat. 325-326), that the trust period on allotments made to Indians on the Pine Ridge Reservation, S. Dak., which trust period expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 13, 1931. [No. 5557] 785

Page  786 EO 5558 Executive Orders Executive Order 5558. February 16, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey New Mexico Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 6 S., Rs. 23, 25, and 26 E., New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 16, 1931. [No. 5558] Executive Order 5559. February 16,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands in Aid of Legislation Colorado Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the following described lands in the State of Colorado be, and they are hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, subject to any prior valid existing claim initiated under the public land laws, and subject to the condi 786

Page  787 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5560 tions of said acts, in aid of contemplated legislation making a grant of said described lands in the State of Colorado for the benefit of the Colorado School of Mines, such withdrawal to remain in full force and effect until the enactment of the contemplated legislation, or until revocation of the withdrawal by Executive order: S. % SE. % sec. 22, N. X NE. Y, SW. % NW. X sec. 27, T. 18 S., R. 66 W., sixth principal meridian, Colorado. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 16, 1931. [No. 55591 Executive Order 5560. February 16, 1931 Executive Order A-6. Amendment of Schedule A, Positions Excepted from Examination under the Civil Service Rules Schedule A, positions excepted from the requirement of examination under the civil service rules, is hereby amended by the addition of a new subdivision, to be numbered XXII, as follows: XXII. FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 1. One private secretary or confidential clerk to each member of the Federal Power Commission. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 16, 1931. [No. 5560] 787

Page  788 EO 5561 Executive Orders Executive Order 5561. February 18,1931 Executive Order Restoration of United States Agricultural Experiment Station Lands Territory of Hawaii WHEREAS, by joint resolution of July 7, 1898 (30 Stat. 750), when Hawaii was annexed to the United States, it was provided that the existing land laws of the United States should not apply to lands in the Hawaiian Islands, but that Congress should make special laws for their management and disposition; and WHEREAS, by section 91 of the act of April 30, 1900 (31 Stat. 159), Congress provided that the public property ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii should remain in the possession, use, and control of the government of the Territory of Hawaii, until otherwise provided for by Congress or "taken for the uses and purposes of the United States by direction of the President or of the Governor of Hawaii"; and WHEREAS the Acting Governor of Hawaii, Henry E. Cooper, under the authority of the said act of April 30, 1900, did, by proclamation dated June 10, 1901, declare that a certain tract of land known as Kewalo-uka on Punchbowl Hill, Honolulu, Oahu, was "taken for the uses and purposes of the United States" and said tract has since been used by the United States Department of Agriculture for an experiment station; and WHEREAS, by the act of May 27, 1910 (36 Stat. 447), section 91 of the said act of April 30, 1900, was amended so as to provide that any such property in Hawaii as should be taken for the uses and purposes of the United States, in accordance with the act of April 30, 1900, might be "restored to its previous status by direction of the President"; and WHEREAS the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii desires to have returned to the possession, use, and control of the Territorial government a certain portion of said tract of land, amounting to thirty (30) acres, more or less, as hereinafter more particularly described, in order that it may be used, together with other adjacent lands already in control of that government, for home sites by the people of Hawaii; and WHEREAS the United States Department of Agriculture is willing to relinquish its use of the said 30 acres in favor of its proposed use, as aforesaid, by the Territorial government of Hawaii; 788

Page  789 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5562 Now, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the aforesaid act of May 27, 1910, I do direct that the thirty (30) acres of land, more or less, as hereinafter more particularly described, being a portion of said tract of land known as Kewalo-uka, be, and the same is hereby, restored to its previous status in the possession, use, and control of the government of the Territory of Hawaii. The tract of land intended to be restored as aforesaid is more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of the portion of land to be restored as aforesaid, at a place called Puu Ea on the boundary between the lands of Kewalo and Auwaiolimu, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government survey triangulation station "Punchbowl" being 3,255.6 feet north and 5,244.7 feet east, as shown on Government Survey Registered Map No. 2692, and running by true azimuths: 1. 354~ 30'-930.0 feet along the remainder of the land of Kewalo, to the middle of the stream which divides the lands of Kewalo and Kalawahine; 2. Thence down the middle of said stream along the land of Kalawahine, the direct azimuth and distance being 49~ 16'-1,512.5 feet; 3. 141~ 12 —860.0 feet along the remainder of the land of Kewalo; 4. 231~ 12'-552.6 feet along the land of Auwaiolimu to Puu Iole; 5. Thence still along the land of Auwaiolimu following the top of the ridge to the point of beginning, the direct azimuth and distance being 232~ 26'-1,470.0 feet. Containing an area of 30 acres, more or less. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 18, 1931 [No. 5561] Executive Order 5562. February 20, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Additional Public Lands for Lighthouse Purposes Mississippi It is hereby ordered that Executive order of September 3, 1900, withdrawing certain lands located on the eastern end of Horn Island off the coast of Mississippi 789

Page  790 EO 5563 Executive Orders for lighthouse purposes, be modified so as to include the land described as lots 1, 2, and 3, sec. 25, T. 9 S., R. 6 W., St. Stephens meridian, Mississippi, as shown on official plat of resurvey and extension survey approved October 9, 1930. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 20, 1931. [No. 5562] Executive Order 5563. February 23,1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Margaret Kane Mrs. Margaret Kane may be appointed as an operative in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing without regard to the requirements of the civil service rules. This order is recommended by the Secretary of the Treasury, who states that Mrs. Kane is the widow of George F. Kane, a former plate printer who died on November 1, 1930, after serving for more than twenty-four years in the bureau, and that Mrs. Kane has been left with seven children, five of whom are dependent upon her, and that she is without adequate means of support. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 23, 1931. [No. 5563] 790 A

Page  791 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5565 Executive Order 5564. February 25, 1931 Executive Order Power-Site Restoration No. 460 Oregon So much of the order of November 24, 1916, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 566 as affects the lands hereinafter described is hereby revoked: WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 1 S., R. 19 E., Sec. 9, SE M SE 4; Sec. 10, lots 1 and 2, SW Y NW A, W X SW 4, E % SE 4; Sec. 11, lots 3 and 4, NW Y SW M; Sec. 12, SW Y SW 4. T. 2 N., R. 18 E., Sec. 12, lots 10 and 11. T. 1 N., R. 19 E., Sec. 24, SW Y SE M. So much of the orders of May 19, 1910, creating Temporary Power-Site Reserve No. 145 and of July 2, 1910, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 145 as affects the lands hereinafter described is hereby revoked: T. 1 S., R. 20 E., Sec. 7, SE Y NE Y. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 25, 1931. [No. 5564] Executive Order 5565. February 25, 1931 Executive Order Amending Regulations for Appointments to the Foreign Service The Executive order of September 11, 1929, section 14, is hereby amended to read as follows: 14. The examinations shall be both written and oral, except that clerks in the Foreign Service who have rendered satisfactory service as clerks for a period of five years prior to application for appointment as Foreign Service officers shall be exempted from the written examinations prescribed for other candidates. 791

Page  792 EO 5566 Executive Orders Section 16 of the order is hereby amended to read as follows: 16. No one shall be certified as eligible who is under twenty-one or over thirtyfive years of age (except in the case of clerks in the Foreign Service who were appointed clerks at least one year before reaching the age of thirty-five and who at the time of certification shall not have reached the age of forty-five years), or who is not a citizen of the United States, or who is not of good character and habits, and physically, mentally, and temperamentally qualified for the proper performance of the duties of the Foreign Service, or who has not been specially designated by the President for appointment, subject to examination and to the occurrence of an appropriate vacancy. This order shall become effective on July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 25, 1931. [No. 5565] Executive Order 5566. February 27, 1931 Executive Order Placing the Government of the Virgin Islands under the Supervision of the Department of the Interior I, HERBERT HOOVER, President of the United States of America, under the authority conferred upon me by the act of March 3, 1917, entitled "An act to provide a temporary government for the West Indian Islands, acquired by the United States from Denmark by the convention entered into between said countries on the fourth day of August, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and ratified by the Senate of the United States on the seventh day of September, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes" (39 Stat. 1132), and by virtue of all other powers thereto me enabling, do hereby place the administration of the government of the Virgin Islands, including expenditures and the appointment of personnel, under the supervision of the Secretary of the Interior, subject to the entrance upon duty of a civil governor, and direct that the unexpended balance of the appropriation "Temporary government for the West Indian Islands for the fiscal year 1931," included in the Navy Appropriation 792

Page  793 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5567 Act, shall be transferred, effective on the entrance upon duty of the civil governor, to the Department of the Interior. Further, the Secretary of the Interior shall contract for the employment of and fix salaries of those persons employed in the government of the Virgin Islands of the United States whose positions and salaries are not specified in the annual budgets of the two Colonial Councils, and he may, where necessary, contract to furnish to such persons, or to any other appointees to positions in the islands, free transportation from the port of departure in the United States, including meals on the steamer, but no compensation or expenses for the journey to the port. Under the authority recited herein I do hereby order and direct that all naval officers, nurses, enlisted men, and clerical employees of the Department of the Navy now assigned to the executive departments of the municipal governments shall remain in their present positions until relieved by civil employees with the approval of the Secretaries of the Navy and Interior, but they shall be relieved not later than six months from the date of entrance upon duty of the civil governor. The requirement that the governor of said islands shall report to the President through the Secretary of the Navy, according to the instructions of the President in letter dated October 12, 1922, is hereby revoked, and the governor shall hereafter report to the President through the Secretary of the Interior. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 27, 1931. [No. 5566] Executive Order 5567. February 28, 1931 Executive Order Power-Site Restoration No. 461 Montana So much of Executive Order of October 14, 1915, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 512, as modified by Order of Modification approved March 14, 1916, as affects the lands hereinafter described, is hereby revoked: 793 24-519 0 - 74- vol. II - 2

Page  794 EO 5568 Executive Orders PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN Those portions of the following described subdivisions lying outside of the area within fifty feet of each side of the center line of the installed pipe line of the Public Utilities Consolidated Corporation, successor to the Mission Range Power Company, as shown on a map designated J-6, bearing the affidavit of Frank F. Faucett and certificate of J. H. Cline, and filed in the United States Land Office at Kalispell, Montana, on November 5, 1915, with the application of the latter company for a power permit: T. 22 N., R. 19 W., Sec. 4, lots 2 and 3. T. 23 N., R. 19 W., Sec. 33, NE % SE %, S % SE %. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE February 28, 1931 [No. 5567] Executive Order 5568. March 3,1931 Executive Order Chugach National Forest Alaska Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 34-36), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the tract of land in Alaska lying within the following described boundaries, heretofore occupied for home-site purposes, be, and the same is hereby, excluded from the Chugach National Forest and restored to entry under the applicable public land laws: Chs. Beginning at Corner No. 1, identical with Corner No. 1 of H. S. No. 4, in approximate latitude 60~ 19' N. and longitude 149~ 22' W., 30 feet northwesterly from the center line of the Seward-Kenai Lake Highway, which corner is an iron post, 3 feet long, set 2 feet in the ground, with brass cap marked HS3/1; from which The northeast corner of Hubbard's house bears S. 74~ W. The southeast corner of Carlson's house bears N. 6~ W., 1.38 chs. distant. A spruce, 18 in. diam., bears N. 77~ E., 27 lks. distant, marked WHS3/1. 794

Page  795 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5568 Chs. A pit, 2 feet deep and 2 feet square, bears S. 40~ W., 10 iks. distant. Thence N. 72~ W., along line 1-2 of H. S. No. 4. 4.78 Corner No. 2, identical with Corner No. 2 of H. S. No. 4, which is a spruce post, 3 feet long, squared to 3 inches, set 2 feet in the ground, marked HS3/2; from which A spruce, 8 in. diam., bears S. 88~ W., 13 lks. distant, marked WHS3/2. A spruce, 16 in. diam., bears N. 34~ E., 23 lks. distant, marked WHS3/2. Thence N. 46~ E. 2.11 Corner No. 3, which is a spruce post, 3 feet long, squared to 3 inches, set 2 feet in the ground, marked HS3/3; from which A pit, 2 feet deep and 2 feet square, bears north, 10 Iks. distant. A mound of earth, 18 inches base, 2 feet high, bears west, 10 Iks. distant. Thence S. 76~ E. 4.53 Corner No. 4, which is a spruce post 3 feet long, squared to 3 inches, set 2 feet in the ground, marked HS3/4; from which The northeast corner of Carlson's house bears S. 89~ W., 1.30 chs. distant. A pit, 2 feet deep and 2 feet square, bears N. 45~ E., 10 Iks. distant. A mound of earth, 18 inches base, 2 feet high, bears west 10 Iks. distant. Thence S. 36~ 30' W., along roadway. 2.29 Comer No. 1, and the place of beginning, containing approximately 0.92 acres. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 3, 1931. [No. 5568] 795

Page  796 EO 5569 Executive Orders Executive Order 5569. March 3, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands for Survey Florida It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 3737 of September 23, 1922, withdrawing public lands erroneously omitted from a survey of T. 26 S., R. 31 E., Tallahassee meridian, Florida, executed in 1847, be, and the same is hereby, revoked in so far as it applies to lots 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 sec. 1, lots 2 and 3 sec. 2, lot 4 sec. 21, lot 1 sec. 22, lots 1, 2, and 3 sec. 27, lots 5, 6, and 7 sec. 28, T. 26 S., R. 31 E., Tallahassee meridian. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85, approved June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid existing rights, that the above-described lands shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the 63d day from and after the date hereof, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 3, 1931. [No. 5569] 796

Page  797 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5571 Executive Order 5570. March 3, 1931 Executive Order Reinstatement of Probationer in Any Part of the Service Civil Service Rule IX, section 1, is amended by adding a new paragraph to read as follows: (e) An employee involuntarily separated during or at end of probation, without fault on his part, may be reinstated to serve a new probation in any part of the service, in any position for which he has qualified, or can qualify in an appropriate noncompetitive examination, subject to the other provisions of the civil service rules. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, March 3, 1931. [No. 55701 Executive Order 5571. March 5, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey Arizona Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 1 S., R. 2 W., T.'3 S., R. 4 W., and T. 2 N., R. 4 W., Gila and Salt River meridian, Arizona, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). 797

Page  798 EO 5572 Executive Orders This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 5, 1931. [No. 5571] Executive Order 5572. March 7,1931 Executive Order Modification of Withdrawal of Public Lands for Classification Idaho Upon recommendation of the Secretary of the Interior, Executive Order No. 4339 of November 9, 1925, withdrawing certain public lands in the State of Idaho for classification and pending enactment of legislation for their proper disposition, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing him to approve an application filed by L. E. Strout pursuant to the provisions of the act of March 3, 1891 (26 Stat. 1095), and section 2 of the act of May 11, 1898 (30 Stat. 404), for right of way for an irrigation project affecting land in sec. 6, T. 4 S., R. 14 E., Boise meridian, Idaho. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 7, 1931. [No. 5572] 798

Page  799 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5573 Executive Order 5573. March 7, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Classification Utah Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the following described areas, in the State of Utah, be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification and pending determination as to the advisability of including such lands in a national monument, subject to the conditions of the aforesaid acts and to valid existing rights: SALT LAKE MERIDIAN T. 38 S., R. 11 W., surveyed secs. 31 to 34 inclusive; T. 39 S., R. 11 W., surveyed sec. 3, E. % sec. 9, secs. 10, 15, 16, 19, E. M sec. 21, sec. 22; unsurveyed secs. '4 to 8 inclusive, W. X sec. 9, secs. 17, 18, 20, and W. X sec. 21; T. 38 S., R. 12 W., surveyed W. % sec. 29; unsurveyed secs. 13, 14, 15, secs. 22 to 28 inclusive; E. % sec. 29, E. % sec. 33, secs. 34, 35, and 36; T. 39 S., R. 12 W., surveyed SE. x sec. 4, sec. 23; unsurveyed secs. 1, 2, 3, NE. % sec. 4, secs. 10 to 14 inclusive, and sec. 24, containing approximately 28,640 acres. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THz WHITE HouszE, March 7, 19$1. [No. 55731 799

Page  800 EO 5574 Executive Orders Executive Order 5574. March 11, 1931 Executive Order Chugach National Forest Alaska Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 34-36), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the tract of land in Alaska lying within the following described boundaries, heretofore occupied for fish-cannery purposes, be, and the same is hereby, excluded from the Chugach National Forest and restored to entry under the applicable public land laws: Chs. Beginning at Corner No. 1, meander corner, on the north shore of Controller Bay at the mouth of Bering River, in latitude 60~ 11' N. and longitude 144~ 14' W.; which corner is a spruce post 4 feet long, squared to 4 inches, set 2 feet in the ground, marked EL/I-MC; from which A spruce, 24 in. diam., bears north, 40 lks. distant, marked WEL/I-MC. The westerly end of Wingham Island bears S. 32' W. U.S.M.M. Kayak No. 20 bears N. 84~ 20' W., 2.78 chs. Thence with meanders along beach, at line of ordinary high tide: (1) N. 85~ 30' W., 1.54 chs.; at 0.14 chs., creek 12 lks. wide; (2) N. 78~ W., 1.26 chs.; at end of course, U.S.G.S.B.M.; (3) N. 89~ 30' W., 13.64 chs.; to Corner No. 2, meander corner, which is an unmarked iron pipe, 3 feet long, set 2 feet in the ground; from which The rock off the west end of Wingham Island bears S. 30~ W. Pete's Point bears S. 77~ W. An iron post with brass cap set flush with the ground bears north 1.54 chs. distant. Thence by metes-and-bounds survey: North, 12.70 chs.; across grassy flat. 8. 86 Pipe line running southeast. 9. 74 Center line of road; ascend steep hillside. 12. 70 Corner No. 3, not set. Thence east. 16. 50 Corer No. 4, not set. Thence south, descending steep hill. 800,~ --- -- -- I.~~~IYIYIII~

Page  801 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5576 Chs. 13. 20 Corner No. 1, meander corner, and the place of beginning, containing approximately 21.00 acres. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 11, 1931. [No. 5574] Executive Order 5575. March 12, 1931 Executive Order Extension of Trust Period on Allotments of Fond du Lac Indians of Minnesota It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 389), that the trust period on allotments made in favor of members of the Fond du Lac Band of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, which trust period expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 12, 19S1. [No. 5575] Executive Order 5576. March 13,1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Land for Resurvey New Mexico It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4997, dated November 19, 1928, which withdrew, in addition to other land, the public land in T. 15 S., R. 17 E., Ts. 14 and 15 S., R. 18 E., and sec. 6, T. 15 S., R. 19 E., New Mexico principal meridian, 801

Page  802 EO 5577 Executive Orders New Mexico, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked, as to the abovementioned townships and section. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85, approved June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in said townships and section, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plats of resurvey of said townships and section, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 13, 1931. [No. 5576] Executive Order 5577. March 13, 1931 Executive Order Oakland, California, Abolished as a Customs Port of Entry Executive Order No. 5011, dated December 15, 1928, designating Oakland, Calif., a customs port of entry in Customs Collection District No. 28 (San Francisco), with headquarters at San Francisco, Calif., and including within its port limits Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley, Emeryville, and San Leandro, is hereby revoked, and, effective immediately, the said places are restored to and included within the port limits of San Francisco, Calif. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 13, 1931. [No. 5577] 802

Page  803 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5579 Executive Order 5578. March 13, 1931 Executive Order Change of Designation of the Port of San Francisco, California, and Extension of Limits of Said Port The designation of the customs port of San Francisco, Calif., in Customs Collection District No. 28 (San Francisco), with headquarters at San Francisco, is hereby changed to Port of San Francisco-Oakland, and the limits of said port are extended to include all points on San Francisco Bay, effective 30 days from the date of this order. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, March 13, 1931. [No. 5578] Executive Order 5579. March 16, 1931 Executive Order Crescent Lake Wild Life Refuge Nebraska It is hereby ordered that the following described area in Garden County, Nebr., be, and the same is hereby, reserved and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for birds and wild animals, subject to existing valid rights: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 20 N., R. 43 W., sec. 12, SW. x SW. 4; T. 20 N., R. 44 W., sec. 9, lot 1; sec. 11, SE. ] SE. %; and sec. 24, NE. % NE. M; T. 20 N., R. 45 W., sec. 3, lot 4. 803

Page  804 EO 5580 Executive Orders It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1098, and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929, United States Code, Supplement III, title 16, chapter 7a (45 Stat. 1222). This refuge shall be known as the Crescent Lake Wild Life Refuge. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, March 16, 1931. [No. 5579] Executive Order 5580. March 16,1931 Executive Order Extension of Trust Period on Lands of Agua Caliente Band of Indians, California It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of March 2, 1917 (39 Stats. 969-976), that the period of trust on lands patented to the Agua Caliente 804 --

Page  805 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5581 Band of Mission Indians in California, which trust expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 16, 1931. [No. 5580] Executive Order 5581. March 17, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Land for Classification California It is hereby ordered that the following described tract of public land in California be, and it is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and other forms of disposal, subject to any prior valid claim legally initiated and maintained, for classification and in aid of legislation: T. 46 N., R. 6 W., Mount Diablo meridian, lot 2, sec. 30. This order shall remain in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 17, 1931. [No. 5581] 805

Page  806 EO 5582 Executive Orders Executive Order 5582. March 18, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Coal Lands Alaska Under authority and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that, subject to valid existing claims, the following lands are hereby temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, lease, or other disposal and reserved for the purposes of investigation, examination, and classification. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. SEWARD MERIDIAN T. 20 N., R. 7 E., sees. 1 to 4, inclusive; secs. 9 to 15, inclusive; sec. 24. T. 20 N., R. 8 E., secs. 7 to 10, inclusive; sees. 15 to 22, inclusive; sees. 27 to 29, inclusive. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 18, 1931. [No. 5582] Executive Order 5583. March 30, 1931 Executive Order Rental and Subsistence Allowances of Officers Pursuant to authority contained in sections 5 and 6 of the act of Congress approved June 10, 1922 (42 Stat. 628), the rates prescribed in said act are hereby 806

Page  807 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5584 announced as effective for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1932, for the rental and subsistence allowances of officers of the various services entitled thereto. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 30, 1931. [No. 5583] Executive Order 5584. March 30, 1931 Executive Order Amendment of Schedule A, Section VIII, Paragraph 5(d), of the Civil Service Rules, to Except Part-Time Dentists in the Indian Service On recommendation of the Department of the Interior, and concurrence of the Civil Service Commission, Schedule A, Section VIII, paragraph 5(d), of the civil service rules, is amended by insertion of the words "and dentists" to read as follows: (d) Physicians and dentists employed in the Indian Service and receiving not more than $1,200 per annum salary, who may lawfully perform their official duties in connection with their private practice, such employment, however, to be subject to the approval of the commission. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 30, 1931. [No. 5584] 807

Page  808 EO 5585 Executive Orders Executive Order 5585. March 30, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey California Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in Ts. 18 S., Rs. 3 and 4 E., Mount Diablo meridian, California, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 190G (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, March o0, 1931. [No. 5585] Executive Order 5586. March 30, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Classification North Dakota Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions therein expressed and valid existing claims, it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the following described area in North Dakota be, and they are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification as to their suitability for wild-life refuge purposes: 808

Page  809 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5587 FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 138 N., R. 74 W., sec. 26, lots 1 and 2, and sec. 32, N. % SE. % and lots 1, 6, 7, and 8; T. 138 N., R. 75 W., sec. 34, E. % NE. Y, SW. Y4 NE. Y4, SE. Y NW. X, SW. Y and SE. Y4; T. 137 N., R. 76 W., sec. 22, SW. % NE. Y and NW. X, and sec. 24, SE. Y4. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 30, 1931. [No. 5586] Executive Order 5587. March 30, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Land Pending Resurvey Colorado It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4964, dated September 17, 1928, which withdrew the public lands in T. 15 S., R. 84 W., sixth principal meridian, Colorado, pending a resurvey of said township, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85, approved June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in said township, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of said township, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. 809 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 3

Page  810 EO 5588 Executive Orders Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March S0, 1931. [No. 5587] Executive Order 5588. March 31, 1931 Executive Order Amendment of Schedule A of the Civil Service Rules in Relation to Appointment of Private Secretaries without Examination under Rule II, Section 3 The following clauses of Schedule A are revoked: XIV-1, XVI-1, XVII-1, XX-1, XXI-1, XXII-1; and subdivision I is amended by the addition of clause 17 as follows: 17. One private secretary or confidential clerk to the head of each independent establishment, to the assistant to the head of each independent establishment, and to each member of commissions or boards; when such heads, assistants, or members are appointed by the President. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, March 31, 1931. [No. 5588] 810

Page  811 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5590 Executive Order 5589. April 1, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Town-Site Purposes Idaho It is hereby ordered that the lands identified as Climax Mill Site and Crown Mill Site on United States Survey No. 3144 A and B, in lots 1, 3, and 4, sec. 25, T. 11 N., R. 17 E., Boise meridian, Idaho, are hereby reserved for town-site purposes under section 2380, United States Revised Statutes, subject to valid existing rights, to be disposed of under sections 2381 to 2386, inclusive, of said statutes. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 1, 1931. [No. 5589] Executive Order 5590. April 1, 1931 Executive Order Petroleum Restoration No. 60 Montana So much of Executive order of December 6, 1915, creating Petroleum Reserve No. 40, Montana No. 1, as affects the lands hereinafter described is hereby revoked. MONTANA MERIDIAN T. 9 S., R. 22 E., sec. 12, SE. g SW. Y, SE. Y; sec. 13, NE. X, NE. M NW. 4, S. % NW. %, S. %; sec. 24, E. 3, E. % W. %, NW. G NW. Y; sec. 25, E. X, NE. % NW. g; sec. 36, E. 3 NE. 34. 811

Page  812 EO 5591 Executive Orders T. 9 S., R. 23 E., T. 9 S., R. 24 E., sec. 7, S. 4; sec. 8, SW. % SW. %; sec. 14, S. % SW. %, SW. % SE. 4; sec. 15, SW. 4, W. 3 SE. 3, SE. x SE. 4; sec. 16, S. % NW. %, S. 2; sec. 17, S. % NE. 4, NW. 4, S. M; secs. 18 to 23, inclusive; sec. 24, S. % NW. %, S..; sec. 25, all; sec. 26, N. 4, N. % SE. 4, SE. 3 SE. 4; sec. 27, NE. 34, N. % NW. 4, SE. 34 NW. %; sec. 28, N. 4 N. %4, SW. 4 NW. 3; sec. 29, N. 3, SW. 3; sec. 30, all; sec. 31, lots 1, 2, 6, and 7, NE. 4, E. 2 NW. 4, NE. S SW. 4, N. % SE. 4; sec. 32, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, W. X NE. 4, SE. 4 NE. %, NW. %, N. 4 S. %; sec. 33, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, SW. 4 NW. 4, N. % SW. %, NW. % SE. 34; sec. 36, lots 3 and 4, NE. %, N. X NW. 4, SE. % NW. 4, N. 3 SE. 4. sec. 19, lots 3 and 4; sec. 30, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, SW. 4 NE. 4, E. 3 W. %, W. 3 SE. 3; sec. 31, all; sec. 32, lots 4, 5, and 12. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, April 1, 1931, [No. 5590] Executive Order 5591. April 1, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Grace McMahan Tyndall Mrs. Grace McMahan Tyndall may be appointed to an appropriate position under the War Department, without regard to the requirements of the civil-service rules. Mrs. Tyndall is the widow of Lieut. Frank B. Tyndall, who was killed in 812

Page  813 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5592 line of duty while piloting an Army airplane during a night flight on July 15, 1930. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of War. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 1, 1931. [No. 55911 Executive Order 5592. April 3,1931 Executive Order Transfer of Control and Administration of Lands to the War Department for Military Purposes Wyoming WHEREAS by Proclamation No. 1259, dated December 20, 1913, and Executive Orders Nos. 2257, 2291, 2497, 2523, and 3040, dated October 14, 1915, December 27, 1915, December 7, 1916, January 30, 1917, and February 25, 1919, respectively, certain designated lands in the State of Wyoming, comprising part of the public domain, were withdrawn from settlement, entry, sale, and any and every other manner and form of appropriation or disposition under the public land laws of the United States for the protection of the water supply of the United States military post known as Fort D. A. Russell (now Fort Francis E. Warren) in the county of Laramie and State of Wyoming, so long as the continuance of said reservation shall be necessary to provide protection for the water supply of the said Fort D. A. Russell (now Fort Francis E. Warren), and until such time as the Congress or the President of the United States shall otherwise direct; and WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 4678, dated June 29, 1927, the said Proclamation No. 1259, dated December 20, 1913, was revoked in so far as same affected the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of sec. 8, T. 14 N., R. 70 W., sixth principal meridian; and WHEREAS it is desired that control and administration of the lands withdrawn by said Proclamation No. 1259, dated December 20, 1913, and the said Executive Orders Nos. 2257, 2291, 2497, 2523, and 3040, dated October 14, 1915, December 27, 1915, 813

Page  814 EO 5592 Executive Orders December 7, 1916, January 30, 1917, and February 25, 1919, respectively, as amended and modified by the said Executive Order No. 4678, dated June 29, 1927, be vested in the Secretary of War; Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby ordered that the control and administration of the following described lands, to wit: N. X sec. 2, NW. % sec. 4, lot 4 and S. % sec. 6, and N. % sec. 8, T. 13 N., R. 70 W., sixth principal meridian; E. % E. %, NW. % NE. %, SW. % SE. Y4, and SW. % sec. 2, S. % sec. 4, N. % SE. % and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 7 sec. 6, N. 3 NE. %, NE. % NW. %, S. 2 S. Y, and N. Y SW. 4 sec. 8, N. % N. % and S. % sec. 10, NW. 4 sec. 12, W. Y2 SW. 4 and SE. Y4 SW.4 sec. 14, lot 1 sec. 18, NE. % NE. %, S. 3 N. %, S. X SE. %4, and SE. Y SW. Y sec. 22, SW. % sec. 24, N. % S. %, SE. % NE. 4, and W. % NW. 4 sec. 26, N. % and SW. 4 sec. 28, and NW. % SE. % sec. 30, T. 14 N., R. 70 W., sixth principal meridian; N. % S. %, SE. 3 SE. 4, and SW. 4 SW. % sec. 20, SE. %4, S. % SW. % sec. 22, NW. % and E. % sec. 26, N. % and SW. % sec. 28, lot 1, NE. % NW. 3 and SE. % SW. 3 sec. 30, sec. 32, and NE. %, N. % NW. %, W. % SW. %, SE. % SW. X, SW. % SE. 4, and E. % SE. % sec. 34, T. 15 N., R. 70 W., sixth principal meridian; S. 4 N. 3 sec. 2, T. 13 N., R. 71 W., sixth principal meridian; S. % N. % sec. 32, and sec. 34, T. 14 N., R. 71 W., sixth principal meridian; and being the same lands referred to in Proclamation No. 1259, dated December 20, 1913, and in Executive Orders No. 2257, dated October 14, 1915, No. 2291, dated December 27, 1915, No. 2497, dated December 7, 1916, No. 2523, dated January 30, 1917, No. 3040, dated February 25, 1919, and No. 4678, dated June 29, 1927, be, and the same are hereby, transferred from the Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of War, subject to all public and private valid existing easements thereon and other valid existing rights and claims thereto. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, April 3, 1931. [No. 5592] 814

Page  815 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5594 Executive Order 5593. April 4, 1931 Executive Order Public Water Reserve No. 139 Colorado Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), entitled "An act to authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter listed be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, and reserved for public use in accordance with the provisions of section 10 of the act of December 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 865): SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 4 N., R. 61 W., sec. 5, S. Y2 NW. 4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 4, 1931. [No. 5593] Executive Order 5594. April 6, 1931 Executive Order Public Water Reserve No. 138 Nevada and Wyoming Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), entitled "An act to authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter listed be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, 815

Page  816 EO 5595 Executive Orders and reserved for public use in accordance with the provisions of section 10 of the act of December 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 865): NEVADA MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN T. 23% N., R. 49 E., sec. 1, SWE I NE. %, SE. X NW. %. WYOMING SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 29 N., R. 99 W., sec. 30, SE. % NW. %, NE. % SW. %. T. 29 N,, R. 100 W., sec. 26, S. % NE. H. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 6, 1951. [No. 5594] Executive Order 5595. April 9, 1931 Executive Order The Honorable Nicholas Longworth As a mark of respect to the memory of the Honorable Nicholas Longworth, late Speaker and Member of the House of Representatives of the United States, it is hereby ordered that the flags on the White House and public buildings in the District of Columbia and the State of Ohio be placed at half mast to-day and on the day of the funeral service at Cincinnati, Ohio, Saturday, April 11, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 9, 19S1. [No. 5595] 816

Page  817 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5597 Executive Order 5596. April 9,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey Nevada Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 20 N., R. 25 E., Mount Diablo meridian, Nevada, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 9, 1931. [No. 5596] Executive Order 5597. April 9, 1931 Executive Order Public Water Restoration No. 68 New Mexico So much of Executive order of February 8, 1923, creating Public Water Reserve No. 86, as affects the land hereinafter listed is hereby revoked, and all such land not otherwise reserved or withdrawn is hereby restored to the public domain and shall become subject to disposition under the laws applicable thereto upon such date and after such notice as may be hereafter determined and announced. 817

Page  818 EO 5598 Executive Orders NEW MEXICO MERIDIAN T. 17 S., R. 19 W., sec. 10, NE. X, N. % SE. Y; sec. 11, SW. % NW. }, NW. % SW. M. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 9, 1931. [No. 5597] Executive Order 5598. April 10, 1931 Executive Order Coal Land Restoration, New Mexico No. 48 So much of Executive order of May 18, 1911, creating Coal Land Withdrawal, New Mexico No. 6, as affects the land hereinafter described is hereby revoked in aid of an authorized exchange of lands under the act of March 3, 1921 (41 Stat. 1225-1239): NEW MEXICO MERIDIAN T. 19 N., R. 10 W., sec. 4, all; sec. 6, all; sec. 8, all; sec. 10, N. K N. ], SE. % NE. %, SW. # NW. 4, NE. % SE. %, NW. M SW. %, S. 3 S. %; sec. 12, all; sec. 18, all; sec. 20, all; sec. 26, SW. %, W. 4 SE. %, SE. % SE. M; sec. 28, N. %, SW. 4, N. X SE. 4, SW. Y SE. 4%; sec. 30, all; sec. 34, all. T. 18 N., R. 11 W., sec. 4, all; sec. 6, all; sec. 8, all; sec. 10, all; sec. 12, all; sec. 14, all; sec. 20, all; sec. 22, all; 818

Page  819 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5599 sec. 26, all; sec. 28, all; sec. 30, all; sec. 34, all. T. 19 N., R. 11 W., sec. 4, all; sec. 6, all; sec. 8, all; sec. 10, all; sec. 12, all; sec. 14, all; sec. 18, all; sec. 20, all; sec. 22, all; sec. 24, all; sec. 26, NE. 4, N. 3 NW. 4, SE. 4 NW. %, S. %; sec. 28, all; sec. 30, all; sec. 34, all. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITz HOUSE, April 10, 1931. [No. 5598] Executive Order 5599. April 13, 1931 Executive Order Inclusion of Captain Washington C. McCoy in the Classified Service It is hereby directed that Capt. Washington C. McCoy, master of the U.S.M.V. Kilkenny, Bureau of Navigation, be placed in the classified service. This order is issued on the recommendation of the Commissioner of Navigation, concurred in by the Secretary of Commerce, in view of the splendid record of Captain McCoy, his exceptional ability as a navigator, faithful attention to duty, and interest in the service, for many years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 13, 1931. [No. 5599] 819

Page  820 EO 5600 Executive Orders Executive Order 5600. April 16, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands to Form Agricultural Field Station Oregon By virtue of the authority vested in me by the provisions of the act of Congress of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of Congress of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), the following described lands within the Umatilla Federal Irrigation Project, Oregon, are hereby withdrawn and set aside for the use of the Department of Agriculture, as an agricultural field station: WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, OREGON T. 4 N., R. 28 E., sec. 14, S. % SE. %y SW. y4, sec. 23, NW. Y4. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 16, 1931. [No. 5600] Executive Order 5601. April 16, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Classification Oregon Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that lots 7, 8, 9, and 12 sec. 33, T. 2 S., R. 6 W., Willamette meridian, Oregon, be, and they 820 - -.

Page  821 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5602 are hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, except as provided in said acts, for classification and in aid of proposed legislation. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 16, 1931. [No. 5601]. Executive Order 5602. April 20, 1931 Executive Order Placing Certain Government Property in the Virgin Islands under the Control and Jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior WHEREAS under the authority conferred on me by the act of March 3, 1917, entitled "An act to provide a temporary government for the West Indian Islands acquired by the United States from Denmark by the convention entered into between said countries on the fourth day of August, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and ratified by the Senate of the United States on the seventh day of September, nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes" (39 Stat. 1132), and by virtue of all other powers thereto me enabling, the administration of the government of the Virgin Islands, including expenditures and the appointment of personnel, was placed under the supervision of the Secretary of the Interior; and WHEREAS certain lands, buildings, and improvements, hereinafter enumerated under Class One, have been acquired by the United States for island government affairs as distinguished from naval activities and are available for permanent use in the administration of the government of the Virgin Islands, to wit: CLASS ONE St. Thomas (a) Government House, Nos. 21 and 22 Kongen's Gade. Acquired by treaty. Occupied as public quarters by governor and commandant. Maintained by Federal funds appropriated for temporary government of the Virgin Islands. 821

Page  822 EO 5602 Executive Orders (b) Powder magazine, Hazzell Island, No. 9f Southside Quarter. Acquired by treaty. Until recently used by Public Works officer of the station and the municipality. Now unoccupied. (c) Military cemetery, No. 9g New Quarter. Acquired by treaty. Is being administered by the municipality. (d) Shipley's Battery, Hazzell Island, with connecting road to signal station (formerly Cowell's Battery). Formerly considered Danish state property. St. Croix (a) Government House, Nos. 2 and 3 King Street and No. 2 Queen Cross Street, Christiansted. Acquired by treaty. Used by municipal government and district court. Part of building used as temporary quarters of governor. (b) Cable office building, Christiansted. No matricula numbers. Acquired by treaty. Lower floor used as office of West India & Panama Telegraph & Cable Co., under the terms of concession. Upper floor used as noncommissioned officers' quarters. (c) Former military bakery, Church Street, Christiansted. No matricula numbers. Acquired by treaty. At present being kept up by the municipality. (d) King's Hill Poor Farm, No. 23AA King's Quarter. Acquired by treaty. Now used as a poor farm. (e) Radio station site. Acquired by deed from municipality of St. Croix dated October 23, 1930; and WHEREAS certain other lands, buildings, improvements, and furnishings, hereinafter enumerated under Class Two, acquired by the United States for naval activities are not for the time being needed for such uses and are available for temporary use in the administration of the government of the Virgin Islands, to wit: CLASS Two St. Thomas (a) Navy headquarters building (No. 0, P.W.O. Drawing "A", showing conditions on April 20, 1931). Quarters "B", quarters of captain of navy yard (P.W.O. Drawing "B", showing conditions on April 20, 1931), including the furniture now located therein. (b) Marine barracks (P.W.O. Drawing "A", showing conditions on April 20, 1931, less No. 0, 1R, 2R, 3R, 4R, 5R, 38M, 40M, 43M, and 50M). (c) Marine Corps storehouse (P.W.O. Drawing "C ", showing conditions on April 20, 1931). St. Croix (a) Marine barracks (former Gendarmerie barracks, Nos. 21, 22, and 23 Hospital Street, No. 8 Church Street, Nos. 1, 2, 68, and 69 East Street, and No. 39 New Street, Christiansted). Acquired by treaty. Now, THEREFORE, under the authority vested in me by the aforesaid act of March 3, 1917, and by virtue of all other powers thereto me enabling, I do hereby direct that all items above enumerated under Class One be, and the same are hereby 822 in I - -

Page  823 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5603 transferred permanently to the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior for use in the administration of the government of the Virgin Islands. And I do hereby further direct that all items above enumerated under Class Two be, and the same are hereby, transferred temporarily to the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior for use in the administration of the government of the Virgin Islands, said temporary transfer to become effective on evacuation of the premises by the naval authorities, and on condition that the premises will be maintained in good repair and returned to the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Navy when required for naval uses. The following lands, buildings, and improvements acquired by the United States for naval activities are retained under the control and jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Navy: St. Thomas (a) Naval station (P.W.O. Drawing "D ", showing conditions on April 20, 1931). (b) Radio station (No. 1R, 2R, 3R, 4R, 5R, 38M, 40M, 43M, and 50M, P.W.O. Drawing "A", showing conditions on April 20, 1931). Copies of the P.W.O. drawings herein referred to are hereto attached and made a part hereof. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 20, 1931. [No. 5602] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. Executive Order 5603. April 20,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey Wyoming Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in Tps. 41, 42, 823

Page  824 EO 5604 Executive Orders 43, and 44 N., Rs. 83 and 84 W. of the sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of May 29, 1908 (35 Stat. 465). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, April 20, 1931. [No. 5603] Executive Order 5604. April 20, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Cecil Alexander Mrs. Cecil Alexander may be appointed to an appropriate position in the Post Office Department or the field service thereof without regard to the requirements of the civil-service rules. Mrs. Alexander, who is employed as contact clerk in the office of the postmaster at Dallas, Tex., and who has performed very efficient service as such since February 18, 1930, is now past the maximum age for admission to competitive examination. It is represented, because of her peculiar qualifications and ability to handle the public due to her extended experience in the business world in confidential and responsible positions prior to her temporary appointment in the Dallas office, that the Postal Service will suffer materially by the discontinuance of the services of Mrs. Alexander and it is not possible through regular channels to replace her with a new appointee possessing like ability, tact, and proficiency required of this position. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Postmaster General. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HoUSE, April 20, 1931. [No. 5604] 824

Page  825 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5605-A Executive Order 5605. April 21, 1931 Executive Order Actual Expenses and Per Diem Allowances for Civilian Officers and Employees While Traveling Executive Order No. 5014, issued December 19, 1928, prescribing regulations for the allowance and payment of actual expenses and the fixing and payment of per diem allowances for civilian officers and employees while traveling on official business and away from their designated posts of duty, is hereby revoked, effective July 1, 1931. These regulations, with amendments, are prescribed in the amended edition of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations, approved by the President April 21, 1931, to become effective July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 21, 1931. [No. 5605] Executive Order 5605-A. April 21, 1931 Cxecutibe @rber RADIO FREQUENCIES Executive Order No. 5197-A, dated September 30, 1929, entitled "Assignment of Frequencies to Government Radio Stations," is hereby amended so as to delete the assignment to the Navy of 68 kc. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 21, 1931. [5605-A] 825 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 4

Page  826 EO 5606 Executive Orders Executive Order 5606. April 22, 1931 Executive Order Fallon Wild-Life Refuge Nevada It is hereby ordered that the public lands within the following described area in Churchill County, Nev., be, and the same are hereby, reserved and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for birds and wild animals, subject to existing valid rights: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN T. 21 N., R. 29 E., secs. 1 and 12; T. 22 N., R. 29 E., sec. 36; T. 21 N., R. 30 E., secs. 2 to 11, inclusive; T. 22 N., R. 30 E., secs. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 26, 28, 30, 32, and 34. Lands involved have been withdrawn for reclamation purposes in connection with the Truckee-Carson Project, Nevada, and are primarily under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior. The reservation of these lands as a wild-life refuge is subject to the use thereof by said department for irrigation and other incidental purposes. It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended near any timber or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1098 and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migra 826

Page  827 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5607 tory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929, United States Code, Supplement IV, title 16, chapter 7a, section 715i (45 Stat. 1224). This refuge shall be known as the Fallon Wild-Life Refuge. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 22, 1931. [No. 5606] Executive Order 5607. April 22, 1931 Executive Order Correction in Description of Land Restored to the Territory of Hawaii WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 5132, dated June 6, 1929, certain lands, being a portion of the Kahauiki Military Reservation (Fort Shafter) and the Hawaii Arsenal Military Reservation, island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, were restored to their previous status for the use of the Territory of Hawaii for road purposes; WHEREAS the description of those portions of the Kahauiki Military Reservation (Fort Shafter) and the Hawaii Arsenal Military Reservation, as given in said Executive Order No. 5132, dated June 6, 1929, has been found to be inaccurate, and a resurvey has been made of the said reservations: Now, THEREFORE, pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of Congress approved April 30, 1900 (31 Stat. 141), entitled "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii," as amended by section 7 of the act of Congress approved May 27, 1910 (36 Stat. 447), it is hereby ordered that the description of those portions of the Kahauiki Military Reservation (Fort Shafter) and the Hawaii Arsenal Military Reservation, contained in said Executive Order No. 5132, dated June 6, 1929, be, and the same is hereby, amended to read as follows: Parcel 1, being a portion of the Kahauiki Military Reservation (Fort Shafter) set aside for military purposes by Executive order dated July 20, 1899, as modified by Executive Order No. 2521, dated January 26, 1917, and more particularly described as follows: 827

Page  828 EO 5607 Executive Orders Beginning at an iron bolt on the boundary between the lands of Moanalua and Kahauiki, the direct azimuth and distance to station No. 3 being 191~ 03' 59"53.14 feet, said station No. 3 being a standard brass plate cemented into the top of a large rock called "Pohakuakai" on the north side of King Street, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government survey triangulation station "Punchbowl" being 11,305.38 feet north and 13,760.53 feet west and running by true azimuth (all azimuths being measured clockwise from the true south): 191~ 03' 59"-44.77 feet along the land of Moanalua to concrete monument No. K-2; On a curve to the right with a radius of 517.61 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 275~ 47' 04"-184.48 feet along remainder of Kahauiki Military Reservation to concrete monument No. K-3; 286~ 03' 00"-193.77 feet along same to brass plate No. K-4, set in sidewalk in front of the guardhouse; On the curve to the right with a radius of 1,457.77 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 300~ 36' 30"-732.86 feet along same to concrete monument No. K-5; On the curve to the right with a radius of 1,441,01 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 331~ 36' 04"-815.47 feet along same to concrete monument No. K-6 on the Kahauiki-Hawaii Arsenal boundary; 15~ 36' 01"-207.29 feet across King Street along Hawaii Arsenal boundary to concrete monument No. K-7, this monument being also monument No. 13 of the Hawaii Arsenal Military Reservation boundary; 171~ 52' 36"-95.11 feet along remainder of Kahauiki Military Reservation to concrete monument No. K-8; On the curve to the left with a radius of 1,352.37 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 153~ 31' 15"-851.75 feet along same to concrete monument No. K-9; On the curve to the left with a radius of 1,371.77 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 120~ 36' 30"-689.64 feet along same to concrete monument No. K-10; 106~ 03' 00"-193.77 feet along same to concrete monument No. K-11; On the curve to the left with a radius of 431.61 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 95~0 18' 45"-160.83 feet along same to brass plate No. K-12, set in road; 84~ 34' 30"-16.91 feet along same to concrete monument No. K-13; 191~ 03' 59"-44.84 feet to the point of beginning, containing an area of 3.92 acres, more or less. Parcel 2, being a portion of the Hawaii Arsenal Military Reservation, formerly known as the Hawaiian Ordnance Depot, said arsenal reservation being included in the Kahauiki Military Reservation (Fort Shafter) as described in Executive Order No. 2521, dated January 26, 1917, as modified by Executive Orders No. 3080, dated April 30, 1919; No. 3171, dated September 29, 1919; No. 4455, dated June 5, 1926; and by Territorial Executive Order No. 56, dated December 18, 1918; and more particularly described as follows: 828

Page  829 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5607 Beginning at standard concrete monument No. 31, as described in Executive Order No. 2521, dated January 26, 1917, the direct azimuth and distance to H. T. S. street monument near the east corner of the Pacific Guano & Fertilizer lot being 322~ 25' 19"-656.50 feet, the coordinates of said concrete monument No. 31, referred to Government survey triangulation station "Punchbowl" being 9,349.84 feet north and 11,894.92 feet west and running by true azimuth (all azimuths being measured clockwise from the true south): 57~ 17' 16"-68.9 feet across King Street to station No. K-2, marked by a 3-inch pipe set over a brass plate set in rock 1 foot below the ground surface; 139~ 20' 30"-529.75 feet along remainder of Hawaii Arsenal Military Reservation to station No. K-3, marked by a brass plate cemented in edge of large boulder; On a curve to the right with a radius of 520.45 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 155~ 36' 30"-291.57 feet along the same to concrete monument No. K-4; 157~ 42' 50"-6.24 feet along the same to concrete monument No. K-5; same being the monument No. 13 of Hawaii Arsenal Military Reservation boundary and No. K-7 of King Street right of way through Kahauiki Military Reservation; 195~ 36' 01"-207.29 feet across King Street along Kahauiki Military Reservation boundary to concrete monument No. K-6; On a curve to the right, with a radius of 1,056.05 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 349~ 20' 40"-93.25 feet along remainder of Hawaii Arsenal Military Reservation to concrete monument No. K-7; 351~ 52' 30"-102.63 feet along the same to a brass plate No. K-8, set in concrete on the hillside about 1 foot below the surface; On the curve to the left, with a radius of 434.45 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 335~ 36' 30"- 243.39 feet to concrete monument No. K-9; 319~ 20' 30"-625.63 feet along the same to concrete monument No. K-10; On a curve to the left, with a radius of 20 feet, the direct azimuth and distance being 273~ 41' 55"-28.60 feet to concrete monument No. K-11; 48~ 03' 21"-38.07 feet along northwest side of Middle Street to concrete monument No. K-12; 139~ 16' 02"-107.20 feet along present northeast side of King Street to the point of beginning, containing an area of 1.896 acres, more or less. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 22, 1931. [No. 5607] 829

Page  830 EO 5608 Executive Orders Executive Order 5608. April 22, 1931 Executive Order Designation of Sasabe, Arizona, as a Customs Port of Entry By virtue of the authority vested in me by the act of Congress approved August 1, 1914 (38 Stat. 623), making appropriations for the sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1915, the customs station of Sasabe, Ariz., is hereby designated a customs port of entry in Customs Collection District No. 26 (Arizona) with headquarters at Nogales, Ariz., effective 30 days from the date of this order. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 22, 1931. [No. 5608] Executive Order 5609. April 23, 1931 Executive Order Civil-Service Status for Former Employees of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Now Employees of the Veterans' Administration WHEREAS section 4(b) of the act of July 3, 1930, authorizing the President to consolidate and coordinate governmental activities affecting war veterans, provides: "Such of the personnel as are not inmates of any of the branches of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers may, by Executive order, be given a civilservice status in accordance with the laws relating thereto upon such terms and conditions as the President may direct...." Now, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by said law, I hereby direct that employees of the Bureau of National Homes of the Veterans' Administration, who are not inmates, be included, with their positions, in the classified civil service upon receipt by the Civil Service Commission of general certification by the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs that such employees are both capable and efficient, 830

Page  831 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5610 classification to be effective July 1, 1931, except employees whose duties ordinarily would not place them in the classified service, such as chefs, cooks, and bakers, attendants (including kitchen helpers, barbers, matrons, housekeepers, maids, laundry helpers, seamstresses, orderlies, waiters, and waitresses), whose appointments will be under Schedule A of the civil-service rules and regulations, and unskilled laborers: Provided, That those employees appointed within 60 days preceding July 1, 1931, shall not be classified unless appointed in accordance with the civil-service law and rules. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, April 23, 1931. [No. 5609] Executive Order 5610. April 24, 1931 Executive Order Amendment of the Civil-Service Rules Relating to Veterans' Preference The civil-service rules are hereby amended as indicated below. Rule VI, paragraph 1, is amended to read as follows by eliminating the sentence "Applicants for entrance examination who, because of disability, are entitled either to a pension by authorization of the Bureau of Pensions or to compensation or training by the Veterans' Bureau, and widows of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines, and wives of injured soldiers, sailors, and marines who themselves are not qualified, but whose wives are qualified for appointment, shall have ten points added to their earned ratings," and substituting therefor the sentence "Applicants for entrance examination who are honorably discharged and who establish by official records the present existence of a service-connected disability, and widows of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines, and wives of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines who because of service-connected disability are themselves not qualified but whose wives are qualified for appointment, shall have ten points added to their earned ratings; and this shall also apply to retired officers and enlisted men who establish through official sources the present existence of a service831

Page  832 EO 5610 Executive Orders connected disability in the same manner as is required of others who are granted disability preference": Examination papers shall be rated on a scale of 100, and the subjects therein shall be given such relative weights as the commission may prescribe. Honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines shall have five points added to their earned ratings in examinations for entrance to the classified service. Applicants for entrance examination who are honorably discharged and who establish by official records the present existence of a service-connected disability, and widows of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines, and wives of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines who because of service-connected disability are themselves not qualified but whose wives are qualified for appointment, shall have ten points added to their earned ratings; and this shall also apply to retired officers and enlisted men who establish through official sources the present existence of a service-connected disability in the same manner as is required of others who are granted disability preference. In examinations where experience is an element of qualifications, time spent in the military or naval service of the United States during the World War or the war with Spain shall be credited in an applicant's ratings where the applicant's actual employment in a similar vocation to that for which he applies was temporarily interrupted by such military or naval service but was resumed after his discharge. Competitors shall be duly notified of their ratings. Rule VI, paragraph 2, is amended to read as follows by eliminating the clause "but the names of disabled veterans, their wives, and the widows of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines shall be placed above all others," and substituting therefor the clause "but the names of persons entitled to disability preference as defined in paragraph 1 of this rule shall be placed above all others": All competitors rated at 70 or more shall be eligible for appointment, and their names shall be placed on the proper register according to their ratings; but the names of persons entitled to disability preference as defined in paragraph 1 of this rule shall be placed above all others. The foregoing amendments to Civil-Service Rule VI will apply to future examinations conducted by the Civil Service Commission. Rule VII, paragraph 1(b), is amended to read as follows by eliminating the sentence "An appointing officer who passes over a veteran eligible and selects a nonveteran with the same or lower rating shall place in the records of the department his reasons for so doing," and substituting therefor the sentence "An appointing officer who passes over a veteran eligible and selects a nonveteran with the same or lower rating shall file with the Civil Service Commission the reasons for so doing, which reasons will become a part of the veteran's record but will not be made available to the veteran or to anyone else except in the discretion of the appointing officer": 832

Page  833 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5611 The nominating or appointing officer shall make selections for the first vacancy from not more than the highest three names certified, or on the register, with sole reference to merit and fitness, unless objection shall be made and sustained by the commission, to one or more of the persons certified, for any of the reasons stated in Rule V, section 4. For the second vacancy he shall make selection from not more than the highest three remaining, who have not been within his reach for three separate vacancies, or against whom objection has not been made and sustained in the manner indicated. The third and any additional vacancies shall be filled in like manner. More than one selection may be made from the three names next in order for appointment, or from two names if the register contains only two, subject to the requirements of section 2 of this rule as to the apportionment. An appointing officer who passes over a veteran eligible and selects a nonveteran with the same or lower rating shall file with the Civil Service Commission the reasons for so doing, which reasons will become a part of the veteran's record but will not be made available to the veteran or to anyone else except in the discretion of the appointing officer. Any eligible who has been within reach for three separate vacancies in his turn may be subsequently selected, subject to the approval of the commission from the certificate on which his name last appeared, if the condition of the register has not so changed as to place him in other respects beyond reach of certification. The Civil Service Commission is authorized to hold quarterly examinations for positions for which there are existing registers of eligibles, such examinations to be open only to the men and women entitled to disability preference as herein provided, the names of the resulting eligibles to be entered at the head of the existing registers in the order of ratings attained in competition with the disability-preference eligibles, if any, whose names may already appear at the head of such registers. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, April 24, 1931. [No. 5610] Executive Order 5611. April 24, 1931 Executive Order. +. Withdrawal of Public Lands for Use in Connection with San Carlos Indian Irrigation Project, Arizona Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the 833

Page  834 EO 5611 Executive Orders following described tracts of public lands in Arizona be, and they are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, except as provided in said acts, for use in connection with the San Carlos Indian Irrigation Project, subject to any valid rights or claims initiated prior to March 24, 1931: GILA AND SALT RIVER MERIDIAN T. 4 S., R. 11 E., sec. 1, S. % SW. % and SE. Y; sec. 2, S. X SE. 4; sec. 11, lots 1, 2, 3, 8, and 9 and NE. X NE. %; sec. 12, all; sec. 13, N. % and N. X S. %; sec. 14, NE. Y and N. % SE. %; T. 4 S., R. 12 E., sec. 1, all; sec. 2, all; sec. 3, S. %; sec. 4, S. M; sec. 5, all; sec. 6, all; sec. 7, all; sec. 8, N. M; sec. 9, N. M; sec. 10, N. M; T. 4 S., R. 13 E., sec. 5, all; sec. 6, all; T. 5 S., R. 15 E., sec. 12, SE. 4; sec. 13, E. %; sec. 24, NE. {; T. 4 S., R. 16 E., sec. 28, all (N. % unsurveyed); T. 5 S., R. 16 E., sec. 7, all (partly unsurveyed). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 24, 1931. [No. 5611] 834. i~ l - I

Page  835 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5612 Executive Order 5612. April 25, 1931 Executive Order Establishing a Council of Personnel Administration TO THE HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS AND INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHMENTS: 1. For the purpose of developing in the Federal Government a more effective and economical system of employment and personnel management, and to promotethe general welfare of the employees of the National Government, there is hereby established a Council of Personnel Administration, under the chairmanship of the President of the United States Civil Service Commission. 2. The council shall consist of the heads of the departments, the President of the Civil Service Commission, the Director of the Bureau of the Budget, the Chief of the Bureau of Efficiency, the Chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commission, and the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs. The President of the Civil Service Commission shall act as chairman of the council. 3. The Director of Research in Personnel Administration of the United States Civil Service Commission shall serve as Director of the Council of Personnel Administration, and shall carry out the projects approved by the board. He shall appoint a project committee consisting of representatives of departments and advisory committees, who shall assist him in formulating projects to be submitted to the executive committee. He shall also appoint such planning and advisory committees as shall be necessary. 4. The following five members of the council shall constitute an executive committee: Chairman-President of the Civil Service Commission; the Secretary of Agriculture; the Secretary of the Interior; the Secretary of Commerce; and the Chief of the Bureau of Efficiency. This executive committee shall (a) take action on plans and projects submitted by the director, subject to ratification by the council; (b) present general plans to the director for formulation into projects. 5. The head of each department or independent establishment shall designate the employee best qualified to carry out in his establishment a fact-finding study, which shall be carried out as outlined by the Civil Service Commission. The findings of this study shall show the present personnel practices of the Federal Government, shall serve as a basis for improvements in selection, flexibility of registers, announcements, transfers, promotions, training, and coordination of personnel 835

Page  836 EO 5613 Executive Orders activities and administration, and shall indicate the extent to which the Government service does offer, or can be made to offer a partial or a permanent career. 6. The Council of Personnel Administration shall: (a) Establish a liaison system between the Civil Service Commission and the several departments; (b) With the assistance of advisory committees composed of representatives of industry, business organisations, and educational institutions, and through cooperation with these organizations, make available to the Government the best developments in personnel administration outside of Government service, and make available to the public and to educational institutions authoritative information regarding employment by the Federal Government; and (c) Prepare specific plans for improvement and coordination of personnel administration in the Federal service, and cooperate with such departments and establishments as may desire to adopt such plans. 7. Each department representative shall also carry out in his department such of those projects hereafter approved by the council as the head of his department shall desire to have carried out. 8. Members of the council are authorized to assign to this work such members of their staffs as they believe essential for making this order effective. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 25, 1931. [No. 56121 Executive Order 5613. April 28, 1931 Executive Order. +. Withdrawal of Lands for Addition to Bishops Point Military Reservation, Territory of Hawaii Pursuant to section 91 of the act of Congress approved April 30, 1900 (31 Stat. 141, 159), entitled "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii," as amended by section 7 of the act of Congress approved May 27, 1910 (36 Stat. 443, 836

Page  837 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5613 447), the military reservation of Bishops Point, island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, transferred to and placed under the control and jurisdiction of the War Department by an act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (40 Stat. 861), is hereby enlarged by the addition thereto of a parcel of land containing 1.21 acres, more or less, between the said reservation and the established harbor line; so that the military reservation, as thus enlarged, will include all lands within the metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at concrete monument No. 4, said monument being located on the boundary line of Bishops Point Naval and Military Reservations, bearing 284~ 44' 45"-208.80 feet from Bishops Point triangulation station, thence running by true azimuths and distances: 23~ 49' 00"-177.71 feet along the wall to a brass plate, No. 5, in the middle of the sea wall; 135~ 16' 00"-304.45 feet along the center line of the sea wall to brass plate No. 6 set in center of the sea wall; 180~ 00' 00"-478.66 feet along the center line of the sea wall to brass plate No. 7; 290~ 45' 00"-45.76 feet along the sea wall to a concrete monument, No. 1, on the boundary of Kunana-Halawa Subdivision; 293~ 49' 00"-250.00 feet along same to concrete monument No. 2; 293~ 49' 00"-180.75 feet along same to concrete monument No. 3; 23~ 49' Q0"-374.45 feet along the boundary of Bishops Point Naval Reservation to the point of beginning, containing an area of 4.21 acres, more or less. There is hereby reserved to the use of the Navy Department a right of way over the said military reservation from the remaining portion of the naval reservation on Bishops Point to and upon any landing which may be built from the shore of the military reservation to water of sufficient depth to permit naval launches to moor alongside of said landing. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 28, 1931. [No. 5613] 837

Page  838 EO 5614 Executive Orders Executive Order 5614. May 1, 1931 Executive Order Reporting of Expenditures for Use in the Budget In pursuance of the provisions of the Budget and Accounting Act approved June 10, 1921, I hereby prescribe the following rules and regulations with regard to the reporting of expenditures in the Budget: 1. As soon as practicable after the close of each fiscal year, the Secretary of the Treasury shall furnish the Director of the Bureau of the Budget with a detailed statement of the expenditures of the Government on the basis of checks issued by disbursing officers and agents of the United States, under each separate head of appropriations as carried on the books of the Treasury Department; and such expenditures shall be classified separately under the captions " General fund," "Special funds," and "Trust funds," respectively. 2. In order to enable the Secretary of the Treasury to comply with the provisions of this order, the head of each executive department and independent establishment shall furnish the Secretary of the Treasury as soon as practicable after the close of each fiscal year with a detailed statement of the unexpended balances in the hands of disbursing officers and agents, or to their official credit, at the close of the fiscal year for which such report is made, classified according to appropriations, special funds, trust funds, and special deposit accounts as carried on the books of the Treasury. 3. The Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe such forms as he may consider necessary to carry out the provisions of this order. HERBERT HOOVER TnrE WHITE HOUSE, May 1, 1931. [No. 5614] 838

Page  839 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5616 Executive Order 5615. May 1,1931 Executive Order Transfer of Lands from the St. Joe to the Clearwater National Forest Idaho Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that T. 41 N., R. 6 E., Boise meridian, be transferred from the St. Joe to the Clearwater National Forest, in the State of Idaho. This transfer is to be effective from July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 1, 1931. [No. 5615] Executive Order 5616. May 2,1931 Executive Order Transfer of Lands between the Pend Oreille and Kootenai National Forests Idaho-Montana Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following changes be made in the boundary between the Pend Oreille and Kootenai National Forests in the States of Idaho and Montana: First. Beginning on the international boundary line between the United States of America and the Dominion of Canada, at boundary post No. 222; thence in a southerly direction following the hydrographic divide between Canuck Creek on the 839

Page  840 EO 5616 Executive Orders west and American Creek on the east to Canuck Peak; thence continuing on the hydrographic divide between the headwaters of Spread Creek, Hell Roaring Creek, and north and south forks of Meadow Creek in Montana, and Deer Creek and Skin Creek in Idaho to the Idaho-Montana State line at monument 23. Second. Beginning at a point in the center of the Kootenai River at its intersection with the Idaho-Montana State line; thence northwesterly following the center line of said river approximately one-half mile to a point approximately 10 chains south of the mouth of Boulder Creek; thence in a southwesterly direction following the hydrographic divide between Boulder Creek and East Fork lying to the northwest, and Raymond Creek and the headwaters of North Callahan Creek on the southeast, through Timber Mountain, Star Mountain, and Middle Mountain to Boulder Peak; thence in a general southerly direction following the hydrographic divide between the headwaters of Boulder Creek, Grouse Creek, and Rapid Lightning Creek on the west, and North and South Callahan Creeks on the east to Mount Pend Oreille; thence continuing southeasterly on the hydrographic divide between the headwaters of North Fork Lightning Creek on the south and South Callahan Creek and Keeler Creek on the north and east, through Moose Mountain, Bening Mountain, Rattle Mountain, Lightning and Twin Peaks to monument 65 on the Idaho-Montana State line; thence continuing on the hydrographic divide easterly and southerly between the headwaters of East Fork Lightning Creek on the west and Keeler Creek and Stanley Creek on the east to the intersection with the boundary between the Kootenai and Cabinet National Forests in the State of Montana; thence following along said interforest boundary line to its intersection with the IdahoMontana State line at approximately monument 72. It is intended by this Executive order through changes of the boundary between the Pend Oreille and Kootenai National Forests to transfer certain lands from the Pend Oreille to the Kootenai National Forest and certain other lands from the Kootenai to the Pend Oreille National Forest, said transfers to be effective on July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 2,1931. [No. 5616] 840

Page  841 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5618 Executive Order 5617. May 4, 1931 Executive Order '-4 — Appointment of Mrs. Elsie K. Demshock Mrs. Elsie K. Demshock may be appointed to an appropriate position in the Navy Department without reference to the provisions of the civil-service rules. Mrs. Demshock is the widow of John Joseph Demshock, chief aviation pilot, United States Navy, who was killed in an airplane crash in line of duty on August 24, 1929, at Eugene, Oreg. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of the Navy. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HoUSE, May 4, 1931. [No. 5617] Executive Order 5618. May 11, 1931 Executive Order Exclusion of Public Lands from the Crook National Forest for Town-Site Purposes Arizona Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 34-36), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the boundaries of the Crook National Forest be modified by excluding therefrom the following described land in the State of Arizona: GILA AND SALT RIVER MERIDIAN In T. 2 S., R. 12 E., NE. X NE. % SW. ~Y sec. 3, excepting from said legal subdivision Homestead Entry Survey No. 437. 841 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 5

Page  842 EO 5619 Executive Orders Subject to valid existing claims, the land excluded from the national forest by this order is hereby reserved for town-site purposes. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 11, 1931. [No. 5618] Executive Order 5619. May 11, 1931 Executive Order Deerlodge National Forest Montana Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 36; U.S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following described lands, which have largely passed from Government ownership, be, and the same are hereby, excluded from the Deerlodge National Forest, in the State of Montana: MONTANA MERIDIAN T. 3 N., R. 7 W., secs. 11, 12, 13, 14, and 23, W. % sec. 24, and N. X sec. 26; T. 4 N., R. 7 W., secs. 20, 21, 22, 28, 29, 32, and 33. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85, approved June 12, 1930, that, subject to valid rights, the public lands in the excluded area shall be opened only to entry under the homestead or desert land laws where applicable by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by said resolution, under the terms and conditions of said resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, for a period of 91 days beginning with the 63d day from and after the date hereof, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. 842 - - — ~ --- —----— ~ --- --- — --- —--— ~~~~~~ ---~~

Page  843 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5621 Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to such lands by settlement -in advance of entry, or otherwise except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 11, 1931. [No. 56191 Executive Order 5620. May 13, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Dorothy I. Sinnott Mrs. Dorothy I. Sinnott may be appointed to an appropriate position in the Department of Labor without regard to the requirements of the civil-service rules. Mrs. Sinnott is the widow of former Representative Nicholas J. Sinnott, who was later judge of the United States Court of Claims until his death, July 20, 1929. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 13, 1931. [No. 56201 Executive Order 5621. May 13, 1931 Executive Order Amendment of Article X of Consular Regulations Section 140, Article X of the Consular Regulations, is hereby amended to read as follows: 843

Page  844 EO 5621 Executive Orders 140. Naturalization and citizenship of married women. It is provided by an act of Congress of September 22, 1922 (42 Stat. 1021), as amended by two acts of Congress approved July 3, 1930 (46 Stat. 849 and 854), and the act of Congress approved March 3, 1931 (46 Stat. 1511): 1. That the right of any woman to become a naturalized citizen of the United States shall not be denied or abridged because of her sex or because she is a married woman. 2. That any woman who marries a citizen of the United States after the passage of this act, or any woman whose husband is naturalized after the passage of this act, shall not become a citizen of the United States by reason of such marriage or naturalization; but, if eligible to citizenship, she may be naturalized upon full and complete compliance with all requirements of the naturalization laws, with the following exceptions: (a) No declaration of intention shall be required; (b) In lieu of the 5-year period of residence within the United States and the 1-year period of residence within the State or Territory where the naturalization court is held, she shall have resided continuously in the United States, Hawaii, Alaska, or Porto Rico for at least one year immediately preceding the filing of the petition. 3. (a) A woman citizen of the United States shall not cease to be a citizen of the United States by reason of her marriage after this section, as amended, takes effect, unless she makes a formal renunciation of her citizenship before a court having jurisdiction over naturalization of aliens. (b) Any woman who before this section, as amended, takes effect, has lost her United States citizenship by residence abroad after marriage to an alien or by marriage to an alien ineligible to citizenship may, if she has not acquired any other nationality by affirmative act, be naturalized in the manner prescribed in section 4 of this act, as amended. Any woman who was a citizen of the United States at birth shall not be denied naturalization under section 4 on account of her race. (c) No woman shall be entitled to naturalization under section 4 of this act, as amended, if her United States citizenship originated solely by reason of her marriage to a citizen of the United States or by reason of the acquisition of United States citizenship by her husband. 4. (a) A woman who has lost her United States citizenship by reason of her marriage to an alien eligible to citizenship or by reason of the loss of United States citizenship by her husband may, if eligible to citizenship and if she has not acquired any other nationality by affirmative act, be naturalized upon full and complete 844 e --- -----— ~

Page  845 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5621 compliance with all requirements of the naturalization laws, with the following exceptions: (1) No declaration of intention and no certificate of arrival shall be required, and no period of residence within the United States or within the county where the petition is filed shall be required; (2) The petition need not set forth that it is the intention of the petitioner to reside permanently within the United States; (3) The petition may be ified in any court having naturalization jurisdiction, regardless of the residence of the petitioner; (4) If there is attached to the petition, at the time of filing, a certificate from a naturalization examiner stating that the petitioner has appeared before him for examination, the petition may be heard at any time after filing. (b) After her naturalization such woman shall have the same citizenship status as if her marriage, or the loss of citizenship by her husband, as the case may be, had taken place after this section, as amended, takes effect. The amendment made by this section to section 4 of such act of September 22, 1922, shall not terminate citizenship acquired under such section 4 before such amendment. 5. (Repealed by section 4(b) of the act of March 3, 1931.) 6. That section 1994 of the Revised Statutes, which reads as follows: "Any woman who is now or may hereafter be married to a citizen of the United States, and who might herself be lawfully naturalized, shall be deemed a citizen." and section 4 of the Expatriation Act of March 2, 1907 (34 Stat. 1229), which reads as follows: "That any foreign woman who acquires American citizenship by marriage to an American shall be assumed to retain the same after the termination of the marital relation if she continues to reside in the United States, unless she makes formal renunciation thereof before a court having jurisdiction to naturalize aliens, or if she resides abroad she may retain her citizenship by registering as such before a United States consul within one year after the termination of such marital relation." are repealed. Such repeal shall not terminate citizenship acquired or retained under either of such sections, nor restore citizenship lost under the latter. 7. That section 3 of the Expatriation Act of March 2, 1907 (34 Stat. 1228), which reads as follows: "That any American woman who marries a foreigner shall take the nationality of her husband. At the termination of the marital relation she may resume her American citizenship, if abroad, by registering as an American citizen within one year with a consul of the United States, or by returning to reside in the United States, or, 845

Page  846 EO 5621 6Executive Orders if residing in the United States at the termination of the marital relation, by continuing to reside therein." is repealed. Such repeal shall not restore citizenship lost nor terminate citizenship resumed under this section. A woman who has resumed under such section citizenship lost by marriage shall, upon the passage of this act, have for all purposes the same citizenship status as immediately preceding her marriage. 8. That any woman eligible by race to citizenship who has married a citizen of the United States before the passage of this amendment, whose husband shall have been a native-born citizen and a member of the military or naval forces of the United States during the World War and separated therefrom under honorable conditions; if otherwise admissible, shall not be excluded from admission into the United States under section 3 of the Immigration Act of 1917, unless she be excluded under the provisions of that section relating to(a) Persons afflicted with a loathsome or dangerous contagious disease, except tuberculosis in any form; (b) Polygamy; (c) Prostitutes, procurers, or other like immoral persons; (d) Persons convicted of crime: Provided, That no such wife shall be excluded because of offenses committed during legal infancy, while a minor under the age of 21 years, and for which the sentences imposed were less than three months, and which were committed more than five years previous to the date of the passage of this amendment; (e) Persons previously deported; (I) Contract laborers. That after admission to the United States she shall be subject to all other provisions of this act. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 1$, 1931. [No. 5621] 846 -S

Page  847 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5623 Executive Order 5622. May 15,1931 Executive Order Classification of Federal Employees in the Philippines On recommendation of the head of a department or independent establishment and with the approval of the Civil Service Commission, any employee of such executive department or independent establishment in the Philippine Islands who on the date of this order is in the Federal service and who for at least seven years has rendered faithful and exceptionally meritorious service in a classified position, and who has acquired a rating of at least 40 in a civil-service examination that would qualify him for probational appointment in the position, may be given a classified status. Such an employee who has served continuously since March 1, 1904, may be given a classified status without examination. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 15, 1931. [No. 5622] Executive Order 5623. May 15,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey California Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in sees. 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, and 25 in T. 6 S,, R. 38 E., sees. 30, 31, and 32 in T. 6 S., R. 39 E., and sees. 4, 5, and 9 in T. 7 S., R. 39 E., of the Mount Diablo meridian, California, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said 847

Page  848 EO 5624 Executive Orders sections under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845), as amended by the joint resolution of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 884). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 15, 1931. [No. 5623] Executive Order 5624. May 15, 1931 Executive Order Regulations Governing the Occupation and Maintenance of Certain Foreign Service Quarters For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of the "Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926 "(44 Stat. 403), as amended by the act of May 29, 1928 (45 Stat. 971), the following regulations are established as to the occupation and maintenance of diplomatic and consular residential and office quarters owned or leased for long terms by the United States: 1. For the purpose of these regulations, the word "property" will be used to apply to embassy, legation, or consular real estate, and the title "the officer" will be used to [indicate as ranking American representative either an ambassador, minister, minister resident, agent, or Foreign Service officer. 2. The officer for the time being is, unless otherwise specially authorized by the department, to be deemed the American official in charge of the property. He will be responsible therefor in the manner hereinafter prescribed, and on entering into occupation is required to sign an agreement in the following form: I have received a copy of the Regulations Governing the Occupation and Maintenance of Certain Foreign Service Quarters, dated I have read said regulations; and, so far as they may be applicable to my occupation of, I undertake to recognize as a legal claim on me or my estate the liability to repay to the Department of State the cost of making good such deficiencies or damage as may be decided to be properly chargeable to me under these regulations. 848

Page  849 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5624 3. At each property are to be kept inventories of furniture and other properties belonging to the Government of the United States, in the form prescribed by regulation, and copies of all instructions and rules relating to their management. Duplicate copies of such documents will be retained in the Department of State. 4. Upon every change of occupation, a survey of the premises and furniture will be made by the outgoing officer and his successor or substitute. From time to time, such a survey will be made by a duly appointed agent of the Secretary of State. Any deficiency, misuse, or waste of Government furniture or other property will be carefully noted in the survey, in order that the cost of replacement or of making good any damage arising from neglect or improper usage may be recovered from the responsible officer. A copy of the survey will be transmitted to the department. 5. The survey on change of occupation will, whenever possible, be made as soon as the outgoing officer has removed his private property therefrom. Until the survey has been made, the outgoing officer should retain in charge of the house some servant or other person responsible to him, who may represent him when the survey is made. The incoming officer should also be either present or represented, in order that he or his representative may sign the inventory and take charge of the house as soon as the survey is complete. Officers should communicate directly with the Department of State as to details of these arrangements. 6. The Secretary of State shall decide all matters relating to the maintenance and due preservation of property and to the expenditure of moneys appropriated by Congress. 7. The present permanent official residences shall be deemed complete and suitable in all respects for the reception of officers appointed to occupy them, and no alteration or addition of any kind to buildings, fittings, or furniture will be paid for by the Department of State unless it shall have been previously authorized by the department. Should any alterations or additions be made without such prior authorization, the officer will be responsible not only for the expense thereof but for any expense thought necessary by the department for restoring buildings, fittings, or furniture to their original state. The prior sanction of the department should be obtained before any instructions are given to local architects to prepare schemes and estimates other than those of a purely approximate character which involve no special fee or commission if the work is not carried to completion. 8. Recommendations for purchases of property, for construction and repairs, and for purchases and repairs of furniture are to be sent immediately the necessity arises to the Department of State. Proposals involving large expenditure should be forwarded in time to reach the department before the first of March, so that, if 849

Page  850 EO 5624 6Executive Orders approved by the department, they may be submitted to the office of the Bureau of the Budget for consideration with the annual estimates for the next Budget. 9. Officers are to use all reasonable precautions against fire; and when extinguishers, fire hydrants, or other appliances are supplied, they are to satisfy themselves that such appliances are examined from time to time and if necessary tested, in order to ascertain their efficiency. 10. In the event of the death of the responsible officer, or of other vacancy in the post, the next ranking official will be responsible for the proper custody of Government property. He should at once report to the Secretary of State the arrangements which he has made for this purpose, and should apply for the Secretary's sanction to any expenditure that it may be necessary to incur pending the appointment of the incoming officer. He should at once verify the state of the property, if possible,with a representative of the deceased or departed officer, and should sign the inventory. 11. The holding of auctions of private effects in or upon Government premises is strictly forbidden. 12. The fabric of all Government-owned buildings, with the permanent fixtures attached thereto, the boundary walls, entrance gates, and approaches, will be kept in an efficient state of repair by the Department of State. 13. Periodical painting and coloring of exterior, and papering, painting, coloring, etc., of interior, will be done only upon authorization by the Department of State, Exterior painting will, as a rule, not be authorized more frequently than once in every three years; nor interior painting more frequently than once in every four years. Painting at shorter intervals than these may be authorized by the Depart. ment of State if it is satisfied that such a need has arisen only from fair wear and tear. 14. In case of damage by storm, fire, or other casualty, the expense of restoration of Government-owned buildings will be borne by the Department of State, provided the officer can show to the satisfaction of the department that the damage was in no way due to neglect of proper precautions. Urgent repairs may be executed at once to prevent further damage from exposure, but the officer should telegraph facts and obtain authorization for such emergency repairs where the damage is extensive and the outlay required will be large. Estimates of the cost of repairing the damage should be obtained and submitted to the Secretary of State and his approval and authorization obtained before ordering repairs. 15. The cost of renewing fittings and fixtures worn out by natural wear and tear will, when authorized, be borne by the Department of State, as well as the cost of repairs. The officer must himself defray the cost of ordinary and periodical clean850

Page  851 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5624 ing, including the sweeping of chimneys, the cleaning of kitchen flues and boilers, and the cleaning of tanks and cisterns. 16. The Department of State will, within the limits of appropriations made by Congress, provide, maintain, and repair the necessary apparatus and fittings for heating, lighting, and supplying water; and it will pay reasonable charges for the actual supplying of fuel, electric current, gas, and water for the property. 17. No trees may be removed except such as are of small size and value, nor may alterations be carried out in the grounds which are likely to increase the cost of maintenance or alter the appearance, without the authorization, given in advance, of the department. 18. Whenever, in consequence of the occurrence of contagious or infectious disease in the household of an officer, disinfection has become necessary in order to protect the health of the occupants, the officer will be held responsible for provding that the premises are sufficiently disinfected, and for procuring from a medical officer a certificate that this has been done. 19. Furniture will be supplied within the limits of available appropriations by the department for all Government-owned properties. Officers will be required to use the Government furniture as part of the equipment of the post; or, alternatively, they must be responsible for its care and storage. 20. The Department of State will bear the cost of renewing and repairing office furniture at properties; but the cost of ordinary and periodical cleaning, including the beating of carpets, the cleaning or washing of curtains, etc., must be borne by the officer. 21. The sanction of the department must be obtained before old furniture is repaired or replaced by new, and such sanction will be granted only when a reasonable time has elapsed since the articles to be replaced or repaired were originally purchased. 22. Officers will be held personally responsible for the due preservation of residence and office furniture and furnishings and for the immediate repair, at their personal cost, of defects arising from neglect or improper use. It is understood that the Department of State will not renew or repair furniture, carpets, curtains, etc., which may be destroyed or damaged by the keeping of animals, birds, etc., or through being stored, and that all such damage must be repaired by the officer, who is also responsible for neglect of instructions or damage by his servants, subordinates, or guests. 23. Furniture or other Government property is not, without the written sanction of the Department of State, to be removed from apartments furnished at Government expense. This prohibition applies equally to the removal of furniture from 851

Page  852 EO 5625 EExecutive Orders one house to another on the property. Should this rule be disregarded, and the articles become depreciated in value through being so transferred, or through being stored or otherwise neglected, the officer will be held personally responsible for the depreciation. Under no circumstances may the property of the Government be loaned or sublet without the previous approval of the department. 24. In cases where property or furniture is provided for the use of a member of the Foreign Service below the rank of officer in charge, the same regulations will apply, except that the correspondence and accounts will be submitted through the officer in charge and not direct. 25. Whenever the ranking officer is absent from the post beyond the normal period of leave of absence with pay (that is, 60 days plus transit time), provided that no member of his immediate family remains in the house, or during any absence for a shorter period in case of a mutual agreement of the two officers concerned, the substitute officer at the post will be authorized to occupy the premises. The survey mentioned in paragraph 4 and the transfer of the furniture and other property on the inventory must be made when such a change of occupation takes place. 26. Space in Government-owned buildings shall be allotted by the Secretary of State under the direction of the Foreign Service Buildings Commission, and when allotted should not be changed except upon specific authorization. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 15, 1981. [No. 5624] Executive Order 5625. May 18, 1931 Executive Order Saturday Working Hours, Field Service, Department of the Interior It is hereby ordered that four hours, exclusive of time for luncheon, shall constitute a day's work on Saturdays for all clerks and other employees of the field service of 852

Page  853 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5626 the Department of the Interior; and all Executive or other orders in conflict herewith are hereby revoked. It is provided, however, that this order shall not apply to any bureau or office, or to any of the clerks or other employees thereof, that may for special public reasons be excepted therefrom by the head of said department, or where the same would be inconsistent with the provisions of existing law. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 18, 1931. [No. 5625] Executive Order 5626. May 18, 1931 Executive Order Extension of Trust Period on Allotments of Kickapoo Indians of Kansas It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388-389), that the trust period on allotments made to the Kickapoo Indians of Kansas, which trust period expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, further extended for a period of 10 years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 18, 1931. [No. 5626] 853

Page  854 EO 5627 Executive Orders Executive Order 5627. May 20, 1931 Executive Order Participation in the Government of Arlington County, Virginia, by Federal Employees Permanently Residing Therein Officers and employees of the executive civil service permanently residing in Arlington County, Va., may become candidates for and hold local office in such county and may participate in campaigns for election to such offices. In the exercise of the privilege granted by this order, officers and employees must not neglect their official duties and must not engage in national or state politics in violation of the civil-service rules. If there is such violation, the head of the department or independent office in which the person is employed shall inflict such punishment as the Civil Service Commission shall recommend. Officers and employees elected or appointed to offices requiring full-time service shall resign their positions with the Federal Government. If elected or appointed to offices requiring only part-time service, they may accept and hold same without relinquishing their Federal employment, provided the holding of such part-time office does not conflict or interfere with their official duties as officers or employees of the Federal Government. This order is based upon the facts that Arlington County is substantially a municipality, that a considerable number of the residents and taxpayers are employed in the Government service, that service as local officers in such county should in no way involve general partisan political activity, and that the principle of home rule and local self-government justifies such participation. The permission granted by this order may be suspended or withdrawn by the Civil Service Commission when, in its opinion, the activities resulting therefrom are, or may become, detrimental to the public interest or inimical to the proper enforcement of the civil-service rules. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, May 20, 1931. [No. 5627] 854.. ---Ll

Page  855 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5629 Executive Order 5628. May 20, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Amy Cowing Mrs. Amy Cowing may be appointed as a clerk-typist in the Department of Agriculture without reference to the provisions of the civil-service rules. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 20, 1931. [No. 5628] Executive Order 5629. May 21, 1931 Executive Order Public Water Reserve No. 141 Montana Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), entitled "An act to authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter listed be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry and reserved for public use in accordance with the provisions of section 10 of the act of December 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 865): MONTANA MERIDIAN T. 32 N., R. 32 E., all land within 50 feet of a well drilled by the Bowdoin Oil & Gas Co. near the east line of the SE. Y of SW. Y, sec. 35. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 21, 1931. [No. 5629] 855

Page  856 EO 5630 Executive Orders Executive Order 5630. May 25, 1931 Executive Order Transferring Control and Administration of Public Lands to the Secretary of the Interior and Reserving a Part for Lighthouse Purposes Washington WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 4104, dated November 20, 1924, there were withdrawn, among other tracts, under the provisions of the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), lot 1, sec. 5, all sec. 8, and a right of way 100 feet wide along the present private road leading to county road across lots 4, 5, and 6, sec. 7, T. 34 N., R. 2 W., Willamette meridian, Washington, for use of the Navy Department as a site for the naval radio compass station, Cattle Point, Wash., with a provision that the tracts were to be returned to the control of the Interior Department when no longer needed by the Navy Department; and WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 4529, dated October 25, 1926, the area of the aforesaid naval radio compass station was reduced by restoring to its previous status the land comprising Goose Island in sec. 8, T. 34 N., R. 2 W., Willamette meridian, Washington; and WHEREAS the area of the aforesaid radio compass station was further reduced by a decision of the Interior Department dated November 24, 1926, in favor of Eliza Jakle for lots 2, 3, 4, the west 40 acres of lot 5, and SE. Y NW. % sec. 8, T. 34 N. R. 2 W., Willamette meridian, Washington; and WHEREAS the area of the aforesaid radio compass station was further reduced by Executive Order No. 4607, dated March 10, 1927, by restoring to its previous status the land embraced within lot 1, sec. 5, and lot 1, sec. 8, T. 34 N., R. 2 W., Willamette meridian, Washington; and WHEREAS the naval radio compass station, Cattle Point, Wash., has been decommissioned and the site remaining in the custody of the Navy Department is no longer required for any uses under its jurisdiction: Now, THEREFORE, it is ordered that the following tracts of land in T. 34 N., R. 2 W., Willamette meridian, Washington, withdrawn by Executive Order No. 4104 and remaining under the jurisdiction and control of the Navy Department be, and hereby are, returned to the control of the Interior Department for disposal under the act of July 5, 1884 (23 Stat. 103), or as may be otherwise provided by law: 856

Page  857 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5631 East 19.75 acres of lot 5 (now lot 9), lots 6, 7, and SW. % NW. % sec. 8, T. 34 N., R. 2 W., Willamette meridian, Washington, together with a right of way 100 feet wide along the present private road leading to county road across lots 4, 5, and 6, sec. 7 of the aforesaid township. It is also hereby ordered that lot 7 of said sec. 8 be reserved and placed under the control of the Secretary of Commerce for lighthouse purposes. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 25, 1931. [No. 5630] Executive Order 5631. May 26, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Municipal Water Supply California Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), entitled "An act to authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of the Interior, it is hereby ordered that the lands hereinafter described be, and the same are hereby, in so far as title thereto remains in the United States, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, and reserved for municipal water supply purposes: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN T. 1 N., R. 29 E. Sec. 1, all. Sec. 2, all. Sec. 3, all. Sec. 4, all. Sec. 5, all. Sec. 6, E. % and E. % W.. 857 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 6

Page  858 EO 5631 Executive Orders Sec. 7, NE. % and E. % NW. y. Sec. 8, N. M. Sec. 9, all. Sec. 10, all. Sec. 11, all. Sec. 12, all. Sec. 13, all. Sec. 14, all. Sec. 15, all. Sec. 18, S. %. Sec. 19, all. Sec. 20, SW. %. Sec. 22, E. M. Sec. 23, all. Sec. 24, all. Sec. 25, all. Sec. 26, all. Sec. 27, SW. 4. Sec. 28, S. %. Sec. 29, all. Sec. 30, all. Sec. 32, N. S. Sec. 33, all. Sec. 34, all. Sec. 35, all. T. 1 N., R. 30 E. Sec. 4, all. Sec. 5, all. Sec. 6, all. Sec. 7, all. Sec. 8, all. Sec. 9, N. %-NW. %, NW. % NE. }S. Sec. 10, S. % S. Y2. Sec. 14, SW. 4. Sec. 15, all. Sec. 17, W. M. Sec. 18, all. Sec. 19, all. Sec. 20, all. Sec. 21, all. Sec. 22, all. Sec. 23, all. Sec. 25, SW. 4. Sec. 26, all. Sec. 27, all. Sec. 28, all. Sec. 29, all. Sec. 30, all. 858.*e A.

Page  859 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 Sec. 32, N. S. Sec. 33, N. 2. Sec. 34, all. Sec. 35, all. T. I N., R. 31 E. Sec. 31, all. Sec. 32, W. M. T. 1 S., R. 31 E. Sec. 5, all. Sec. 6, all. Sec. 7, all. Sec. 8, all. Sec. 28, W. S. Sec. 33, W. }. T. 2 S., R. 31 E. Sec. 3, all. Sec. 10, all. Sec. 11, all. Sec. 14, all. Sec. 23, all. Sec. 24, all. Sec. 25, all. Sec. 26, E. M. T. 2 S., R. 32 E. Sec. 26, SW. )4. Sec. 27, all. Sec. 28, N. '2, SW. X, E. % SE. X. Sec. 29, all unsurveyed. Sec. 30, all unsurveyed. Sec. 31, all unsurveyed. Sec. 32, all. Sec. 33, S. M and NW. 4. Sec. 34, N. ~3, SE. Y, and NE. 4 SW. 4. Sec. 35, all. T. 3 S., R. 31 E. Sec. 1, all. Sec. 2, all. Sec. 11, E. 3/. Sec. 12, all. T. 3 S., R. 2 E. Sec. 1, all. Sec. 2, all. Sec. 3, all. Sec. 4, all. 859 EO 5631

Page  860 EO 5631 Executive Orders Sec. 5, all. Sec. 6, N. 3', S. M SE. 4, NE. % SE. %, S. 3 SW. 4, NW. % SW. 4. Sec. 7, all. Sec. 8, all. Sec. 9, all. T. S S., R. 32 E. Sec. 10, all. Sec. 11, all. Sec. 12, all. Sec. 13, N. 2, N. % SE. Y4. Sec. 14, NW. %, W. % SW. %. Sec. 15, all. Sec. 22, all. Sec. 23, N. X, N. 32 SE. %, N. % SW. %, SW. % SW. %. Sec. 24, W. /% NW. %, NW. % SW. %, SE. 3 SE. %. Sec. 25, NE. 3 NE. 4, S. % N. %, N. X S. %, S. % SE. 4, SE. % SW. %. Sec. 26, W. Y and NE. %. Sec. 27, E. %. Sec. 35, W. X, W. % SE. %, SW. % NE. 4. T. 3 S., R. S E. Sec. 7, all. Sec. 18, N. }, SE. %, N. % SW. 4. Sec. 19, E. }h, SW. 4, S. % NW. %. Sec. 20, N. 3 SW. %, SE. %. Sec. 29, all. Sec. 30, all. Sec. 31, E. 4. Sec. 32, all. T. 4 S., R. 3S E. Sec. 12, S. %. T. 4 S., R. s3 E. Sec. 5, W. %, SE. %, S. 3 NE. 4. Sec. 6, E. 3 and E. W. %. Sec. 7, E. 3, SW. %, and E. NW. 3. Sec. 8, all. Sec. 17, all. Sec. 18, all. Sec. 19, all. Sec. 20, all. Sec. 21, E. % W. 3. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 26, 1931. [No. 5631] 860 ;,c ---- --------— ~ ---~ --- —

Page  861 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5632 Executive Order 5632. May 27, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands for Classification North Dakota It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5258 of January 9, 1930, withdrawing certain lands in North Dakota for classification and in aid of legislation, be, and it is hereby, revoked in so far as it affects the NE. % SW. X, NW. Y SE. X, and S. X SE. % sec. 35, T. 156 N., R. 77 W., fifth principal meridian, containing 160 acres. And it is further hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85, approved June 12, 1930, that, subject to valid rights, the above-described land shall be opened only to entry under the homestead or desert land laws by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by said resolution, under the terms and conditions of said resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, for a period of 91 days beginning with the 63d day from and after the date hereof, and thereafter, if unentered, to appropriation by the general public under any applicable public land law. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the land by settlement in advance of entry, or otherwise except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 27, 1931. [No. 5632] 861

Page  862 EO 5633 Executive Orders Executive Order 5633. May 28, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey California Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 17 N., R. 3 E., Humboldt meridian, California, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 28, 1931. [No. 5633] Executive Order 5634. June 1, 1931 Executive Order Transfer of Lands from the Mount Baker to the Snoqualmie National Forest Washington Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following described lands be, and they are hereby, transferred from the Mount Baker National Forest to the Snoqualmie National Forest, in the State of Washington: 862 - -...

Page  863 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5635 WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 32 N., R. 8 E.N. 3 sec. 1, N. X sec. 3, N. 3 sec. 4, N. % sec. 5, N. % sec. 6; T. 32 N., R. 9 E.Sec. 1, E. 3 sec. 2, N. M sec. 4; T. 33 N., R. 8 E.All lands lying south of the divide between the watersheds of Deer Creek and the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River; T. 33 N., R. 9 E.Secs. 19, 20, and 21, W. % sec. 22, sec. 23, NW. 34 sec. 24, sees. 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, and NW. 4 and E. X sec. 35; said transfer to be effective on July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THB WHITr HousE, June I 1, 981. [No. 5634] Executive Order 5635. June 2, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Arthur B. Landt Mr. Arthur B. Landt, who has been employed as a temporary field agent in the Farmers' Seed Loan Office, Department of Agriculture, at Grand Forks, N. Dak., since April 30, 1930, may be appointed in such position without reference to the civilservice rules for the duration of the work in that office. Mr. Landt has had 38 years' banking experience, 28 years of which he was president of the First National Bank of Northwood, N. Dak. By reason of his familiarity with the financial and farming conditions in the northwest section of the country, his services have been invaluable to the department in connection with the seed-loan activities. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 2, 1931. [No. 5635] 863

Page  864 EO 5636 Executive Orders Executive Order 5636. June 3, 1931 Executive Order Classification of Attorney Positions in the Veterans' Administration by Revocation of Paragraph 1 of Section IX, Schedule B, Civil-Service Rules Schedule B of the civil-service rules is hereby amended by eliminating paragraph 1 of Section IX, reading as follows: "Attorneys of all grades." The effect of this order is to place within the competitive classified service all positions of attorney in the Veterans' Administration. Effective October 1, 1931, all employees of the Veterans' Administration who are occupying positions of attorney of any grade, and who are certified by the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs as capable and efficient, will be included, with their positions, in the classified civil service. This order will be effective as of October 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 3, 1931. [No. 5636J Executive Order 5637. June 4, 1931 Executive Order Restoring to the Territory of Hawaii a Part of the Keaahala Military Reservation Pursuant to section 91 of the act of Congress approved April 30, 1900, entitled "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii" (31 Stat. 159), as amended by section 7 of the act of Congress approved May 27, 1910 (36 Stat. 447), all land at Keaahala, Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, withdrawn and set aside for military purposes by Executive Order No. 2075 of November 9, 864

Page  865 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5637 1914, and subsequently known as the Keaahala Military Reservation, which has not heretofore been restored by Executive Orders No. 4036 of June 26, 1924, and No. 4143 of January 28, 1925, is, subject to the exception, reversion, and service of water supply set forth below, hereby restored to its previous status for the use of the Territory of Hawaii. 1. The excepted tract of land which is still retained for military purposes is described as follows: Beginning at concrete monument No. 7 of the Keaahala Military Reservation, situated in a deep ditch on the west boundary and thence running by true azimuths and distances as follows: 145~ 38' 00"-264.65 feet along the road to a point marked by a 134-inch iron bolt on the south boundary of a road right of way described in Executive Order No. 4143, dated January 28, 1925. 236~ 05' 00"-1,657.25 feet along the said right of way to a 1-inch pipe. 347~ 28' 00"-188.25 feet to the top of ridge to concrete monument No. 10. 341~ 58' 00"-383.10 feet along the ridge to concrete monument No. 11. 47~ 29' 00"-1,228.10 feet over saddle to concrete monument No. 12. 115~ 57' 05"-535.96 feet down side of hill to the point of beginning. Area 21.79 acres, more or less. The above-described land is subject to a 10-foot right of way for an irrigation ditch reserved to the Territory of Hawaii and described in Executive Order No. 2075, dated November 9, 1914. This right of way crosses the remaining portion of the United States Military Reservation, containing an area of.15 of an acre. Gross areas of the tract -------------------------- 21.79 acres Area of irrigation ditch --- —---------------------.15 " Net area --- —------------------------------- 21.64 " 2. There is retained to the United States the reversion set forth in the Executive order of January 28, 1925, supra, in event the land described therein ceases to be used as a roadway. 3. There is reserved to the United States the right to obtain, out of the source of water supply at Spring Reserve Lot, all the water needed for military purposes on the portion of the Keaahala Military Reservation being retained by the Federal Government, which water supply shall be furnished by the government of the Territory of Hawaii without expense to the United States. 865

Page  866 EO 5638 Executive Orders 4. Except in so far as the same will have application to use by the Federal Government of the tracts of land indicated in paragraphs 1 and 2 hereof, the reservations and restrictions incorporated in Executive order of June 26, 1924, supra, are hereby vacated. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 4, 1931. [No. 5637] Executive Order 5638. June 8, 1931 Executive Order Assignment of Frequencies to Government Radio Stations WHEREAS section 6 of the Radio Act of 1927 (44 Stat. 1165) provides as follows: "Radio stations belonging to and operated by the United States shall not be subject to the provisions of sections 1, 4, and 5 of this Act. All such Government stations shall use such frequencies or wave lengths as shall be assigned to each or to each class by the President. All such stations, except stations on board naval and other Government vessels while at sea or beyond the limits of the continental United States, when transmitting any radio communication or signal other than a communication or signal relating to Government business shall conform to such rules and regulations designed to prevent interference with other radio stations and the rights of others as the licensing authority may prescribe. Upon proclamation by the President that there exists war or a threat of war or a state of public peril or disaster or other national emergency, or in order to preserve the neutrality of the United States, the President may suspend or amend, for such time as he may see fit, the rules and regulations applicable to any or all stations within the jurisdiction of the United States as prescribed by the licensing authority, and may cause the closing of any station for radio communication and the removal therefrom of its apparatus and equipment, or he may authorize the use or control of any such station and/or its apparatus and equipment by any department of the Government under such regulations as he may prescribe, upon just compensation to the owners. Radio stations on board vessels of the United States Shipping Board or the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation or the Inland and Coastwise Waterways Service shall be subject to the provisions of this Act." AND WHEREAS the Government departments using radio find it necessary for efficient operation to make some changes in previous frequency assignments to 866 -+...M --------. '

Page  867 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 individual stations which will not add to the total number of frequencies assigned for Government use and have requested that such changes be authorized; Now, THEREFORE, I, HERBERT HOOVER, President of the United States of America, pursuant to the authority vested in me by law, do hereby allocate fre quencies to the Government stations as follows: 17.8 Navy Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D. C.) 19.8 Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. 22.9 Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. 24. a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 26.1 Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T. H. 28. 5 Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 30.6 a Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. 32.8 Guam 33.8 Cayey (San Juan), P. R. 38. 0 Heeia (Honolulu), T. H. 42. 8 a Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 46 a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 54 Heeia (Honolulu), T. H. 56 a Cavite (Los Bafos), P. I. 58 a Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 64 a Charleston, S. C. a u Key West, Fla. u Arlington, Va. (Washington, D. C.) 66 a Guantanamo, Cuba u a Guam a a Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 75 Army Ketchikan, Alaska 81 a Nome, Alaska 83 a Seattle, Wash. 86 a Anchorage, Alaska 94 a Nulato, Alaska 100 a Juneau, Alaska 102 Navy Bar Harbor, Me. a a Portsmouth, N. H. a a Boston, Mass. a a Newport, R. I. a a New London, Conn. a a New York, N. Y. ~ a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone a a Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. a a Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. a a Astoria, Oreg. a a Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 104 a Pensacola, Fla. a a New Orleans, La. a a Brownsville, Tex. a a Philadelphia, Pa. a a Lakehurst, N. J. 105 Army Fort McPherson, Ga. 106 Navy St. Paul (Pribilof Islands), Alaska a a Dutch Harbor, Alaska a a Norfolk, Va. a a Cordova, Alaska a a Charleston, S. C. a a Key West, Fla. 350 kw. 500 kw. 300 kw. 300 kw. 350 kw. 100 kw. 200 kw. 100 kw. 40 kw. 100 kw. 100 kw. 100 kw. 6 kw. 30 kw. 30 kw. 1. 5 kw. 5 kw. 20 kw. 10 kw. 30 kw. 10 kw. 10 kw. 2 kw. 10 kw. 4 kw. 500 w. 500 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 500 w. 500 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 6 kw. 2 kw. 30 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 5 kw. 2 kw. 500 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 867

Page  868 EO 5638 Executive Orders 106 Navy Col6n, Canal Zone 2 kw. a a Pearl Harbor, T. H. 2 kw. Arlington, Va. (Washington, D. C.) 10 kw. Hilo, T. H. 2 kw. a Tutuila, Samoa 2 kw. 108 a Guantanamo, Cuba 2 kw. a Port au Prince, Haiti 2 kw. a Cayey (San Juan), P. R. 2 kw. a Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 2 kw. a Eureka, Calif. 2 kw. a Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. 6 kw. a Olongap6, P. I. 500 w. a Peiping, China 2 kw. a Guam 2 kw. a a St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 500 w. 113 a Arlington, Va. (Washington, D. C.) 10 kw. a a Key West, Fla. 2 kw. a Pensacola, Fla. 2 kw. a New Orleans, La. 2 kw. a Guantanamo, Cuba 2 kw. a Cayey (San Juan), P. R. 2 kw. 115 a Olongap6, P. I. 100 w. **120 Army Fort Bliss, Tex. 300 w. a Seward, Alaska 1 kw. a Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 400 w. 122 Navy Norfolk, Va. 2 kw. a Charleston, S. C. 2 kw. a Great Lakes 1 kw. H a Bar Harbor, Me. 2 kw. 128 a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 2 kw. 132 a Col6n, Canal Zone 2 kw. **133 Army Juneau, Alaska 500 w. a a Fairbanks, Alaska 500 w. **153 a Transports a a Bolling Field, D. C. 5 kw. a a Chanute Field, Ill. 300 w. a a Scott Field, Ill. 300 w. a a Wright Field, Ohio 1 kw. 159 a Transports 500 w. a a San Francisco, Calif. 2 kw. a Fort Shafter, T. H. 500 w. a a Canal Zone 500 w. a Manila, P. I. 500 w. a a Washington, D. C. 2 kw. a a Governors Island, N. Y. 2 kw. **166 a Kanakanak, Alaska 300 w. a a Fort Omaha, Nebr. 2 kw. **172 a Circle, Alaska 500 w. a a Squaw Harbor, Alaska 500 w. a u Fort Howard, Md. 2 kw. 173 a Ketchikan, Alaska 10 kw. a u Fort MacArthur, Calif. 300 w. a a Fort Omaha, Nebr. 2 kw. a a Presidio of San Francisco, Calif. 2 kw. a a Fort Grant, Canal Zone 50 w. a a Washington, D. C. 2 kw. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 868 " rrIPmll q a I I IPs

Page  869 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 175 Coast Guard International Ice Patrol vessels **180 Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouse tenders, Great Lakes 185 Navy Parris Island, S. C. 200 w. Key West, Fla. 2 kw. Savannah, Ga. 500 w. St. Augustine, Fla. 2 kw. a Jupiter, Fla. 500 w. a a La Palma, Panama 500 w. a a Cape Mala, Canal Zone 500 w. a u Puerto Obaldia, Canal Zone 500 w. a a David, Panama 200 w. Army Fort Monmouth, N. J. 400 w. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 400 w. a Fort Huachuca, Ariz. 400 w. Fort Crockett, Tex. 300 w. a Schofield Barracks, T. H. 50 w. Fort Ruger, T. H. 300 w. Fort Shafter, T. H. 300 w. Fort Kamehameha, T. H. 300 w. a Wheeler Field, T. H. 300 w. **187 a Fort John Hay, P. I. 50 w. a Fort Mills, Corregidor, P. I. 300 w. a Fort Santiago, Manila, P. I. 300 w. a Camp Stotsenburg, Manila, P. I. 50 w. **190 Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouse tenders, Great Lakes **192 Army Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. 300 w. a Fort Sill, Okla. 300 w. a Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. 400 w. 196 Airways, Commerce Boston, Mass. 2 kw. New York, N. Y. 2 kw. u Richmond, Va. 2 kw. Albany, N. Y. 2 kw. 197 Army Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 400 w. 198 Airways, Commerce El Paso, Tex. 2 kw. a a a Los Angeles, Calif. 2 kw. 199 a Portland, Oreg. 2 kw. Los Angeles, Calif. 2 kw. Amarillo, Tex. 2 kw. ~ Jackson, Miss. 2 kw. 200 Army Aberdeen, Md. 300 w. Anchorage, Alaska 4 kw. ~ Boiling Field, D. C. 300 w. a Bowman Field, Ky. 300 w. Fort Bragg, N. C. 300 w. Burgess Field, Uniontown, Pa. 300 w. a Chanute Field, Ill. 300 w. Fort Crockett, Tex. 300 w. * Cumberland Landing Field, Md. 300 w. a France Field, Canal Zone 300 w. a Hatbox Field, Muskogee, Okla. 300 w. a Dryden, Tex. 300 w. a Kelly Field, Tex. 300 w. a Langley Field, Va. 300 w. a Lordsburg, N. Mex. 300 w. a Hensley Field, Dallas, Tex. 300 w. a Luke Field, T. H. 300 w. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Governincnt assignments. 869

Page  870 EO 5638 Executive Orders 200 Army ua a u S au u a u a a a u u Airways, Commerce a u a a a a a a a U U a u U g 202 Ar a 201 Airways, Commerce 4 u u u a a a a a a u a a u a u a a 203 Army 204 Airways, Commerce a a a 205 Army a Airways, Commerce u a a 206 a a a a u 207 Army March Field, Calif. Middletown Air Intermediate Depot, Pa. Mitchel Field, N. Y. Fort Monmouth, N. J. Marshall Field, Fort Riley, Kans. Maxwell Field, Ala. Pope Field, N. C. Rockwell Field, Calif. Scott Field, Ill. Selfridge Field, Mich. Fort Sill, Okla. Tucson, Ariz. Crissy Field, Calif. Wheeler Field, T. H. Fort Wint, P. I. Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. Wright Field, Fairfield, Ohio. Yuma, Ariz. Mather Field, Calif. Salt Lake City, Utah Boise, Idaho Butte, Mont. Elko, Nev. Idaho Falls, Idaho Pleasant Valley, Nev. Reno, Nev. Strevell, Idaho St. Louis, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Tulsa, Okla. Wichita, Kans. Sitka, Alaska El Paso, Tex. Big Spring, Tex. Fort Snelling, Minn. New York, N.; Y. Cleveland, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. St. Louis, Mo. Kelly Field, Tex. March Field, Calif. Maxwell Field, Ala. Pope Field, N. C. Bethel, Alaska Juneau, Alaska Amarillo, Tex. Albuquerque, N. Mex. Fort Worth, Tex. Oklahoma City, Okla. Waynoka, Okla. Cleveland, Ohio. Bellefonte, Pa. Buffalo, N. Y. Cincinnati, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Fort Eustis, Va. 870 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 1 300 300 300 300 50 100 1 300 300 2 2 2 2 2 150 2 150 2 2 2 2 2 2 200 2 2 400 2 2 2 2 300 300 300 300 50 500 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 300 W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. a a a 208 a a 209 a a 210 210 a u Airways, Commerce a u a a u u a u a, a u u a u Arm Army Wsm"Mm"m

Page  871 EO 5638 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 210 a a 211 **212 a 213 a a 214 a a a a 216 u **217 218 a a *219 **220 a a 216 a **217 a 221 u **220 a 221 a **222 223 a 224 a Army Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Army a Airways, Commerce u Army Airways, Commerce a a t a tt t tt tt tt ct tt tt tt tt tt t Kanakanak, Alaska Fort Riley, Kans. Fort Snelling, Minn. New York, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga. Fort Adams, R. I. Fort Ethan Allen, Vt. Fort Benning, Ga. Boston, Mass., Army Base Camp Devens, Mass. (summer season only) Governors Island, N. Y. Fort Hayes, Ohio Fort Preble, Me. Fort Rodman, Mass. Fort H. G. Wright, N. Y. Cheyenne, Wyo. Chicago, Ill. Amarillo, Tex. El Paso, Tex. Portland, Oreg. Medford, Oreg. Pasco, Wash. Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Jackson, Miss. Shreveport, La. Salt Lake City, Utah Oakland, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Pope Field, N. C. Fort Bragg, N. C. Chicago, Ill. Crissy Field, Calif. March Field, Calif. Mather Field, Calif. Mitchel Field, N. Y. Point Barrow, Alaska Rockwell Field, Calif. Fort Geo. Wright, Wash. Yuma, Ariz. Vancouver Barracks, Wash. Fort Worden, Wash. Cheyenne, Wyo. North Platte, Nebr. Omaha, Nebr. Rock Springs, Wyo. Fort Mills, P. I. Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Boston, Mass. Candle, Alaska Governors Island, N. Y. Seattle, Wash. Cleveland, Ohio St. Louis, Mo. 300 300 400 2 2 300 300 300 300 400 2 2 50 100 300 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 300 300 2 300 300 300 300 100 300 50 300 50 300 2 2 2 2 300 1 300 50 2 500 2 2 w. w. w. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. w. w. kw. w. kw. kw. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 871

Page  872 EO 5638 Executive Orders **225 u a 226 **227 a 228 a a 229 a a a a a a 230 231 232 a a a u u 233 234 a a u tt tt tt tt tt Army Airways, Commerce a a Army Airways, Commerce A rm a a a a Army a Airways, Commerce Army a a t u Airways, Commerce Ua u u uc a u a u a ut u Army u Army Airways, Commerce Fortteavenworth, Kans. Nulato, Alaska Seward, Alaska Washington, D. C. Los Angeles, Calif. Amarillo, Tex. Haines, Alaska Fort Wayne, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Iowa City, Iowa Jackson, Mich. La Crosse, Wis. Aberdeen, Md. Fort Eustis, Va. Fort Howard, Md. Langley Field, Va. Fort Geo. G. Meade, Md. Middletown, Pa. Fort Monroe, Va. Los Angeles, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev. Milford, Utah Oakland, Calif. Tucson, Ariz. Wellton, Ariz. Winslow, Ariz. Kingman, Ariz. Cheyenne, Wyo. Salt Lake City, Utah Fort Barrancas, Fla. Chicago (Fort Sheridan), Ill. Camp Dix, N. J. Governors Island, N. Y. Fort Hancock, N. J. Camp Knox, Ky. Fort McClellan, Ala. Mitchel Field, N. Y. Fort Monmouth, N. J. Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Selfridge Field, Mich. Fort Thomas, Ky. Fort Totten, N. Y. Fort Wayne, Mich. West Point, N. Y. Amarillo, Tex. St. Louis, Mo. Fort Brown, Tex. Fort Clark, Tex. Camp S. D. Little, Ariz. Fort McIntosh, Tex. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Greensboro, N. C. Spartanburg, S. C. Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. 400 w. 500 w. 1 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 200 w. 400 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 300 w. 300 w. 2 kw. 300 w. 20 w. 300 w. 300 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 300 w. 2 kw. 400 w. 2 kw. 300 w. 400 w. 400 w. 300 w. 300 w. 50 w. 1 kw. 300 w. 300 w. 400 w. 300 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 300 w. 100 w. 400 w. 100 w. 2 kw. 150 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 872 — ~ I ---I~4Urr*IYPIIPUYI~Url I — ~ —I I ~ —PUIUY"~~~W;-"~U"""-I*II**LILlb~~~ - IPLraa;

Page  873 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 235 Airways, Commerce a a a u a u 236 Army a a u a 237 Airways, Commerce 238-285 a a 240 a a a a a 245 Coast Guard 248 Airways, Commerce a a u a 254 a 260 u a a a 266 Is 272 a a 275 *278 a at a a a u a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a at U a a Army Coast Guard Airways, Commerce att att att att att at a at a at a at a Army t at t Cott Guar Aiwas Comec at a Birmingham, Ala. Jacksonville, Fla. Key West, Fla. New Orleans, La. Craig, Alaska 8quaw Harbor, Alaska Valdez, Alaska Common working wave to aircraft, supplementing Airway Radio Stations' regular working frequency. Radiotelephone and radio range stations as follows: Columbia, Mo. Fort Madison, Iowa Vessels Amarillo, Tex. Daggett, Calif. Terre Haute, Ind. Spartanburg, S. C. Lake Charles, La. Columbus, Ohio La Crosse, Wis. Reno, Nev. Pittsburgh, Pa. Titusville, Fla. San Antonio, Tex. Knight, Wyo. Indianapolis, Ind. Jackson, Miss. Las Vegas, Nev. Richmond, Va. Syracuse, N. Y. York, Nebr. Spokane, Wash. Atlanta, Ga. Boston, Mass. Erie, Pa. Medford, Oreg. Saugus, Calif. Waynoka, Okla. Fargo, N. Dak. Wellton, Ariz. Auburn, Calif. Burley, Idaho Cincinnati, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Little Rock, Ark. Sterling, Ill. Washington, D. C. Wink, Tex. Fort Mills, P. I. Fort Wint, P. I. Vessels Pleasant Valley, Nev. Strevell, Idaho Allentown, Pa. EO 5638 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 50 w. 500 w. 50 w. 1. 5 kw. 1. 5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1. 5 kw. 2 kw. 1. 5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 150 w. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1. 5 kw. 1. 5 kw. 1. 5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 150 w. 2 kw. 1. 5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 150 w. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1. 5 kw. 300 w. 100 w. 10 w. 10 w. 5 w. *Available for non-Government assignments. 873 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 7

Page  874 EO 5638 Executive Orders *278 Airways, Commerce a u u a a a a u a u a u 284 a a a a a u u u a a 285 a a a a a 286 a a u a 29 u a a a a a a a u9 uc ut a u u a a u a u a a a u u u u a a t4 a a a a tt Lihhoss uc tt tt tt tt u u Commere u a u u a u tt tt tt tt tt Comec tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Big Spring, Tex. Brookville, Pa. Bryan, Ohio Granger, Wyo. Grinnell, Iowa Helmer, Ind. Laramie, Wyo. McCool, Ind. Numidia, Pa. Parkman, Ohio Tarkio, Mo. Vickery, Ohio Birmingham, Ala. Butte, Mont. Los Angeles, Calif. North Platte, Nebr. Portland, Oreg. Sweetwater, Tex. The Dalles, Oreg. Big Spring, Tex. Brookville, Pa. Numidia, Pa. Bellefonte, Pa. Boston L. S., Mass. Cape Cod LH, Mass Portland L. S., Me. Mount Desert LH, Me. Radiobeacon stations as follows: St. Johns LH, Fla. Chesapeake L. S., Va. Cape Henry LH, Va. Cape Canaveral LH, Fla. Smith Island LH, Wash. Point Wilson LH, Wash. Poe Reef LH, Mich. Thunder Bay Island LH, Mich. Detour Island LH, Mich. Whitefish Point LH, Mich. Devils Island LH, Wis. Michigan Island LH, Wis. Rock of Ages LH, Mich. Calumet Harbor LH, Ind. Milwaukee Breakwater, Wis. Kewaunee Breakwater, Wis. Sturgeon Bay Canal, Wis. St. Martins Island LH, Mich. Sandusky LH, Ohio Manistique LH, Mich. Chicago Harbor LH, Ill. Cape Lookout L. S., N. C. Cape St. Elias LH, Alaska Five Fathom Bank L. S., N. J. Makapuu Point LH, T. H. Pollock Rip L. S., Mass. Portland L. S., Me. Swiftsure Bank L. S., Wash. Little Gull LH, Conn. Stratford Shoal LH, N. Y. 10 w. 10 'w. 5 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 5 w. 10 w. 5 w. 5 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 1.5 kw. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 10 w. 10 w. 200 w. 200 w. 100 w. 200 w. 50 w. 10 w. 10 w. 50 w. 50 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 50 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 10 w. 10 w. 874

Page  875 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 290 Lighthouses, Commerce a a u a a u a a a u 294 u a 296 a a a a a a u a a uc ~0 u tt u u /i // Airways, Commerce a a Lighthouses, Commerce a a a a a a tt di a K a a a a a at tt tt tt Execution Rocks LH, N. Y. Overfalls L. S., Del. Sandy Point LH, Md. Wolf Trap LH, Va. Jupiter Inlet LH, Fla. Galveston Jetty LH, Tex. Cape Blanco LH, Oreg. Anacapa Island LH, Calif. Point Arguello LH, Calif. Kilauea Point LH, T. H. Farallon Island LH, Calif. Relief L. S. 113 Cape Canaveral LH, Fla. Fowey Rock LH, Fla. San Francisco L. S., Calif. St. Louis, Mo. Salt Lake City, Utah Buffalo LH, N. Y. Rochester LH, N. Y. Kewaunee Breakwater LH, Mich. Poe Reef LH, Mich. St. Martins Island LH, Mich. Manistique LH, Mich. Southwest Pass LH, La. Sentinel Island LH, Alaska Five Finger Island LH, Alaska Mary Island LH, Alaska Cape Decision LH, Alaska Grays Harbor LH, Wash. Point Arena LH, Calif. Cape Mala LH, Canal Zone Albuquerque, N. Mex. Fernley, Nev. Medicine Bow, Wyo. Tulsa, Okla. Ambrose Channel L. S., N. Y. Barnegat L. S., N. J. Diamond Shoals L. S., N. C. Dry Tortugas LH, Fla. Fire Island L. S., N. Y. Winter Quarters L. S., Calif. Vineyard Sound L. S., Mass. Cape Cod Canal LH, Mass. Overfalls L. S., Del. Sandy Point LH, Md. Wolf Trap LH, Va. Egmont Key LH, Fla. Sand Island LH, Ala. Aransas Pass LH, Tex. Scotch Cap LH, Alaska Five Finger LH, Alaska Mary Island LH, Alaska Cape Decision LH, Alaska Anacapa Island LH, Calif. Point Sur LH, Calif. Kilauea Point LH, T. H. Farallon Island LH, Calif. Relief L. S. 113 10 10 10 10 500 500 200 10 200 200 10 200 200 200 500 2 2 200 200 50 50 10 10 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 500 2 2 1. 2 200 200 500 200 500 200 10 10 10 10 10 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 10 200 200 10 200 w. W, w. W. w. w. w. W. w. W. w. w. W. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. W, W. Airways, Commerce a a Lighthouses, Commerce a U a a a a u a it a tt a a a a a a a a at at at at a ac ac a ac a a a a a a of a a a 875

Page  876 EO 5638 Executive Orders 300 a 302 a a u a 304 305 a a a a 308 a 308 310 a a 314 a a a a u a a a Light Airwg Light Airw a Ligh Airw a a a %houses, Commerce Savannah L. S., Ga. a B Scotland L. S., N. Y. B Fowey Rocks LH, Fla. Charleston L. S., S. C. a Marquette LH, Mich. a Manitou LH, Mich. a( Eagle Harbor LH, Mich. a B Passage Island LH, Mich. at Ludington LH, Mich. B Grand Haven LH, Mich. Manitowoc LH, Wis. B Kewaunee Breakwater LH, Wis. B Sturgeon Bay LH, Wis. B St. Martins Island LH, Mich. ays, Commerce Evansville, Ind. a B Kingman, Ariz. thouses, Commerce Los Angeles Harbor LH, Calif. Sandy Point LH, Md. B B Cove Point LH, Md. B B Smith Point LH, Va. * B Wolf Trap LH, Va. B B Sabine Pass LH, La. B B Cristobal Mole LH, Canal Zone B B Umatilla Reef LH, Wash. B B Sandusky LH, Ohio B B Detroit River LH, Mich. a B Lake Huron L. S., Mich. a Block Island Southeast LH, R. I. a ' Point Judith LH, R. I. rays, Commerce Boise, Idaho B Des Moines, Iowa B Grinnell, Iowa thouses, Commerce South Pass L. S., La. a Cape Spencer LH, Alaska B B Columbia River L. S., Oreg. B B Frying Pan Shoals L. S., N. C. a Lansing Shoals L. S., Mich. B B Ashtabula LH, Ohio B B La Pointe LH, Wis. a B Duluth Range LH, Minn. a a Point Betsie LH, Mich. a' Grays Reef LH, Mich. a Smith Island LH, Wash. a a Point Wilson LH, Wash. a Manistique LH, Mich. a Block Island Southeast LH, R. I. a Point Judith LH, R. I. Huron Island LH, Wis. rays, Commerce Bellefonte, Pa. B Chattanooga, Tenn. B El Paso, Tex. EElko, Nev. B Harrisburg, Pa. B Omaha, Nebr. B San Diego, Calif. W'illows, Calif. B Tarkio, Mo. B Radiotelephone and radio range stations as follows: 200 w. 10 w. 200 w. 50 w. 200 w. 50 w. 10 w. 50 w. 50 w. 50 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 200 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 200 w. 500 w. 200 w. 50 w. 200 w. 200 w. 50 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 10 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 50 w. 200 w. 50 w. 50 w. 50 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 50 w. 10 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 150 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 1.5 kw. 5 w. 876 rLIM~ISIIII)-I- --T- - -- ~ ---FIIUY"

Page  877 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 320 a a a a a a a 326 a a 332 a a a a 338 a a a a a a a 343 a a a **85 tt tt tt tt 33 ttc~~b tt Airways, Commerce a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a ca a a a a a It a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Army a Airways, Commerce a a a a a a a Albany, N. Y. Greensboro, N. C. Milford, Utah Moran, Kans. Pasco, Wash. Shreveport, La. St. Cloud, Minn. Jackson, Mich. Cheyenne, Wyo. Iowa City, Iowa Memphis, Tenn. Laramie, Wyo. Big Spring, Tex. Sidney, Nebr. Miami, Fla. Goshen, Ind. New Orleans, La. Oakland, Calif. Fontana, Calif. Wichita, Kans. Bryan, Ohio Helmer, Ind. McCool, Ind. Charleston, S. C. Ardmore, Okla. Hadley, N. J. Idaho Falls, Idaho Key West, Fla. Nashville, Tenn. Summit, Calif. Tucson, Ariz. Allentown, Pa. Numidia, Pa. Minneapolis, Minn. Houston, Tex. Kanakanak, Alaska Fort Mills, P. I. Cleveland, Ohio Fresno, Calif. Jacksonville, Fla. Kansas City, Mo. Seattle, Wash. Shasta, Calif. Brookville, Pa. Parkman, Ohio Vickery, Ohio Grand Forks, Minn. Buffalo, N. Y. Chicago, Ill. Fort Worth, Tex. Rock Springs, Wyo. Winslow, Ariz. Raleigh, N. C. Granger, Wyo. Vessels Mobile and coastal stations EO 5638 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 10 w. 2 kw. 1. 5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 160 w. 2 kw. 5 w. 10 w. 5 w. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 150 w. 2 kw. 5 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 300 w. 300 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1. 5 kw. 10 w. 5 w. 10 w. 1.5 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1. 5 kw. 10 w. u a Coast Guard Navy u u at *** Available for non-Government stations for assignment to U. S. Shipping Board vessels for communication with Government stations. 877

Page  878 EO 5638 Executive Orders *376 u a df a a It a a a tf a a u a a *375 4f a a a a a a 396 '410 *425 All departments Navy u a a a a u a a u a u u is a a u a u of a a a a a a a a a a a avy a a a a a tt NArmy All departments Liglithouses, Commerce at at at at at at a a Arm at Alueatet Lgthosst Cmec au Direction-finding service Amagansett, N. Y. Bar Harbor, Me. Bethany Beach, Del.' Boston Bay, Mass. Cape Elizabeth (Portland), Me. Cape Hatteras, N. C. Cape Henlopen, Del. Cape Hinchinbrook, Alaska Cape Lookout, N. C. Cape Mala, Canal Zone Cape May, N. J. Chesapeake Bay, Va. Deer Island, Mass. Delaware Bay, Del. Destruction Island, Wash. Empire, Oreg. Eureka, Calif. Farallon Island, Calif. Fire Island, N. Y. Folly Island, S. C. Fort Stevens, Oreg. Fourth Cliff, Mass. Galveston, Tex. Imperial Beach, Calif. Jupiter, Fla. Klipsan Beach, Wash. Lakehurst, N. J. Manasquan, N. J. New Dungeness, Wash. New York Bay, N. Y. North Island, S. C. North Truro, Mass. Pensacola, Fla. Point ArgueUo, Calif. Point Fermin, Calif. Point Hueneme, Calif. Point Montana, Calif. Point Reyes, Calif. Point St. George, Calif. Poyners Hill, N. C. Prices Neck, R. I. St. Paul, Alaska Sandy Hook, N. J. Soapstone Point, Alaska South Pass, La. Surfside, Mass. Tatoosh, Wash. Thatchers Island, Mass. Toro Point, Canal Zone Virginia Beach, Va. Transports and other Army vessels St. Louis, Mo. Distress and calling on Great Lakes Vessels Makapuu Point LH, T. i. 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 500 500 200 200 W. W. W. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. W. W. W. W. W. w. W. w. w. w. w. * Available for non-Government assignments. 878 16:,

Page  879 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 *425 a u 428 444 a u a a 446 u 450 a a *454 u 470 a a a 476 480 *500 *555 *558 *566 *600 *618 *625 *638 u *645 a *652 *659 a *666 a a *081 *685 *689 690 *750 Lighthouses, Commerce a a Interior, Education a u> Army Navy Army a a a a a Navy a Army a a a u a u u All departments Army u a a u a Navy A a Navy Army Navy Army Dry Tortugas LH, Fla. Tenders Akiak, Alaska Savoonga, Alaska Transports and other Army vessels Dahlgren, Va. Fort Des Moines, Iowa Camp McClellan, Ala. Fort Wint, P. I. Fort Story, Va. Point Barrow, Alaska Squaw Harbor, Alaska Wrangell, Alaska New London, Conn. Pearl Harbor, T. H. Coco Solo, Canal Zone Nome, Alaska Juneau, Alaska Cordova, Alaska Haines, Alaska Ketchikan, Alaska Fort Drum, P. I. Anchorage, Alaska Petersburg, Alaska Craig, Alaska Sitka, Alaska Mobile and coastal stations, distress and calling Kanakanak, Alaska Wiseman, Alaska Teller, Alaska Valdez, Alaska Seward, Alaska Fort Gibbon, Alaska Bethel, Alaska Nome, Alaska Livengood, Alaska Tacotna, Alaska Holy Cross, Alaska Fort Yukon, Alaska Iditarod, Alaska Teller, Alaska St. Michael, Alaska Hot Springs, Alaska Point Barrow, Alaska Clark Field, P. I. Candle, Alaska Circle, Alaska Fort Grant, Canal Zone Camp Nichols, P. I. Fort Egbert, Alaska Nulato, Alaska Samoan group Kotzebue, Alaska Washington, D. C. Fort de Lesseps, Canal Zone 200 200 10 10 500 300 15 400 100 50 100 500 200 500 2 2 500 500 200 200 500 50 4 200 50 200 300 100 100 50 1 50 50 500 50 50 50 50 500 100 50 50 100 300 50 50 50 300 50{ 500 10 50 1 50 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. * Available for non-Government assignments. 879

Page  880 EO 5638 Executive Orders *750 a a a a '1110 1580 1584 1588 2464 u a u a u a 2492 2496 2500 2604 2652 a u a a a a a a 2604 a a a x a 2692 a a tt tt tt tt tt Army u Coast and Ge( U u a a Coast Guard a a u a a u u u a ut u u a u Coast and Ge< u a Army Coast Guard U a a u a a u u a a a u U a a u a a a a a a u u u a U a u u a a u a a a tt t tt t tt t tt tt Fort Grant, Canal Zone Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Fort Randolph, Canal Zone Ruby, Alaska Fort Sherman, Canal Zone Fort Randolph, Canal Zone odetic Survey Vessels and portable a Vessels and portable a a Vessels and portable Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway, N. Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N. Y. odetic Survey Vessels and portable Vessels and portable a a Vessels and portable Dredges Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Mass. Rockaway, N. Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N. Y. Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway, N. Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N. Y. Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway, N. Y. 50 500 50 50 50 50 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 550 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 200 50 200 w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W, w. W. w. *Available for non-Government assignments. 880 'C~IYPY I

Page  881 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 2692 u u a u a a 2704 a a u a a a a a a a a a a a 2716 a a a a 2960 a a 2968 u a 2972 a a 2976 a 2980 a a tt Coast Guard a U a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa Navy Airways, Commerce a a a a a aa Agriculture Interior Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N. Y. Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway, N. Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N. Y. Newport, R. I. Olongap6, P. I. New York, N. Y. Norfolk, Va. Guantanamo, Cuba Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. San Francisco, Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Pearl Harbor, T. H. Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. Charleston, S. C. Welton, Ariz. Big Spring, Tex. Birmingham, Ala. Titusville, Fla. Pratt, Tex. Jackson, Miss. Miami, Fla. Tucson, Ariz. Fort Worth, Tex. Atlanta, Ga. El Paso, Tex. Shreveport, La. Jacksonville, Fla. Minneapolis, Minn. New Orleans, La. St. Louis, Mo. Fargo, N. Dak. La Crosse, Wis. Portable Portable Boston, Mass. Washington, D. C. 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. 3340 Airways, Commerce a a a 400 w. 400 w. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 881

Page  882 EO 5638 E 3340 Airways, Commerce a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 3345 a a a a a a a a a a a a a 3350 a a a a aa a a a 336 a a a a a a a a a a 330 a a a a 3360 a a a a ta a a a a a at 3370 5 a 3375 a 6 a a a a a a a a a 3380 a a a a a 37 at tt a a a a a a a a a a a a 3385 a " a a a a a a " Agriculture ' Interior 3390 Airways, Commerce a a a at a a executive Orders Richmond, Va. Greensboro, N. C. Spartanburg, S. C. Charleston, S. C. Seattle, Wash. Portland, Oreg. Medford, Oreg. Los Angeles, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Wellton, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Kansas City, Mo. Wichita, Kans. Oklahoma City, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Fort Worth, Tex. Houston, Tex. Lake Charles, La. New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala. Reno, Nev. Pleasant Valley, Nev. Elko, Nev. Salt Lake City, Utah Pittsburgh, Pa. Cincinnati, Ohio Terre Haute, Ind. St. Louis, Mo. Milford, Utah Las Vegas, Nev. Calling frequency, all stations Butte, Mont. Idaho Falls, Idaho Strevell, Idaho Boise, Idaho Pasco, Wash. New York, N. Y. Bellefonte, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio Buffalo, N. Y. Chicago, Ill. Albany, N. Y. Shreveport, La. Birmingham, Ala. Jackson, Miss. North Platte, Nebr. Cheyenne, Wyo. Pueblo, Colo. Rock Springs, Wyo. Garden City, Kans. Portable Portable Fargo, N. Dak. Twin Cities, Minn. 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 w. W. w. w. W. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. W. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. 400 w. 400 w. 882

Page  883 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 3390 Airways, Commerce a 3395 a u 3400 3405 u 3410 u a a a u a a u *3505 *3535 *3585 *3615 *3665 *3695 *3725 *3755 *3785 *3815 *3845 *3865 *3905 *3935 *3965 *3985 4015 4020 a u a a a a a a a u a u a u a Lighthouses, a a u a a a a a u u a a a a a a a a a avy a a a a a at a a at at at Arm a a a a a a a a a at Commerce a at at at at at It La Crosse, Wis. Iowa City, Iowa Omaha, Nebr. Kingman, Ariz. Winslow, Ariz. Albuquerque, N. Mex. Amarillo, Tex. Waynoka, Okla. Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Miami, Fla. Key West, Fla. El Paso, Tex. Big Spring, Tex. Tucson, Ariz. Wellton, Ariz. Cheboygan Range LH, Mich. Detroit LH, Mich. Detroit River LH, Mich. Fourteen Foot L. S., Mioh. Lansing Shoal L. S., Mich. Marquette LH, Mich. Poe Reef LH, Mich. Stannard Rock LH, Mich. Manitou LH, Mich. Huron Island LH, Wis. Rock of Ages LH, Mich. Passage Island LH, Mich. Fowey Rock LH, Fla. Dry Tortugas LH, Fla. Key West LH, Fla. Portable Portable Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Aircraft Key West, Fla. Arlington, Va. (Washington, D. C.) New Orleans, La. Great Lakes Washington, D. C. 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 1 10 1 500 10 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. * Available for non-Government assignments. ** Available for non.,Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 883

Page  884 EO 5638 Executive Orders 4020 4025 4030 a 4045 a a u a u a a a a a a a a a a a a 4050 a u a a u a a 4065 4070 Army a a a Navy a a u a a a a a u a a a u a a a a * Cost Guand a a u ~ Anchorage, Alaska Washington, D. C. Fort Santiago, P. I. San Francisco, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Heeia (Honolulu), T. H. Medford, Mass. South Manchester, Conn. Boston, Mass. Key West, Fla. Charleston, S. C. New Orleans, La. Philadelphia, Pa. Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. Baltimore, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Chicago, Ill. Los Angeles, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Ensenada, P. R. Washington, D. C. Augusta, Me. New York, N. Y. Wilmington, Del. Norfolk, Va. Jacksonville, Fla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Kansas City, Mo. San Diego, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Portland, Oreg. Santurce, P. R. Washington, D. C. Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway, N. Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N. Y. Brownsville, Tex. Los Angeles, Calif. Waynoka, Okla. New Orleans, La. Washington, D. C. Albuquerque, N. Mex. San Antonio, Tex. Kingman, Ariz. Mobile, Ala. 884 10 10 10 10 500 500 200 200 200 200 200 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 400 400 400 400 1 400 400 400 400 kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. w. w w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. W. w. W. W. w. w. W. W. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. MTI I-11 I I

Page  885 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 4070 ****4075 a a a a 4080 a 4085 4090 a a a a a a a a a 4135 a 4255 4295 4300 4305 a a a a ~c <~ 413 ~c ' ~ uc uc Airways, Commerce a a * a Navy a Army a. a a a a a a a Agriculture Coast and Geodetic Survey Interior Coast Guard Army a a a a Navy Army a a cc tt ~c ~c tt tt Houston, Tex. Cheyenne, Wyo. Lake Charles, La. Amarillo, Tex. Winslow, Ariz. Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D. C.) Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone San Juan, P. R. Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. Peiping, China Guam Fort Hayes, Ohio Fort Shafter, T. H. Anchorage, Alaska Fort Bliss, Tex. Fort Brown, Tex. Fort Crockett, Tex. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Fort Sill, Okla. Fort Huachuca, Ariz. Camp H. J. Jones, Tex. Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Camp S. D. Little, Ariz. Denver, Colo. (Fitzsimons General Hospital) Fort Clark, Tex. Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. Fort F. E. Warren, Wyo. Kelly Field, Tex. Hensley Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Dryden, Tex. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Tucson, Ariz. Ketchikan, Alaska Portable Vessels and portable Portable International Ice Patrol vessels Transports San Francisco, Calif. Fort Shatter, Wash. Canal Zone Manila, P. I. Governors Island, N. Y. Washington, D. C. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Fort Omaha, Nebr. Fort Wm. McKinley, P. I. Camp Stotsenberg, P. I. Camp John Hay, P. I. Pettit Barracks, Zamboanga, P. I. Point Barrow, Alaska 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 1 kw. 500 w. 1 kw 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 10 kw. 10 kw. 400 w. 200 w. 200 w. 1 kw. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 100 w. 500 w. 200 w. 100 w. 100 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 1 kw. 200 1 1 1 200 1 250 10 1 200 100 200 200 50 w. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. w. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. ****May be used by Navy provided no interference will be caused with Airways Division stations. 885

Page  886 EO 5638 Executive Orders 4305 a u a 4310 4365 a a 4370 4375 a 4380 a 4385 a a 4435 a a a a a 4440 a 4445 a a a a a 4525 5000 5540 *5600 5920 tt tt tt tt tt ~c tt 444 ~c tt2 tt0 tt4 Army a a a it a u a a a Navy a a u a a a a a a a a a a Navy Navy Airways, Commerce tt tt tt tt tt tt tteu fSanad ttv tt ttwye om ec Squaw Harbor, Alaska Fort Leavenworth, Kans. San Jos6 Field, P. I. Fort Santiago, P. I. Fort McPherson, Ga. Seattle, Wash. Boston, Mass. Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Seattle, Wash. Seward, Alaska Washington, D. C. Seattle, Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Seattle, Wash. Chicago, Ill. Skagway, Alaska Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T. H. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. San Juan, P. R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Arlington, Va. (Washington, D. C.) New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes Guam Peiping, China Cavite (Los Bafos), P. I. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Fort Douglas, Utah Fort Lewis, Wash. Presidio of Monterey, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Vancouver Barracks, Wash. Los Angeles, Calif. Fort Geo. Wright, Wash. Kelly Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Hensley Field, Tex. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Fort Bliss, Tex. Dryden, Tex. Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Tucson, Ariz. March Field, Calif. Ketchikan, Alaska Cavite (Los Baflos), P. I: Washington, D. C. David, Panama Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Atlanta, Ga. 400 1 200 1 1 10 400 1 10 500 10 10 1 10 1 400 1 250 1 1 1 1 1 500 500 1 1 1 500 1 1 1 1 400 400 50 10 400 400 200 200 200 200 200 400 200 200 200 200 200 1 250 10 200 250 400 W. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw, kw. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. W. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. kw. w. w. w. *Available for non-Government assignments. 886 ~ Y " Y ii - I IIII~IP —~YII-C m ---

Page  887 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 5920 Airways, Commerce a a a 5925 a a a a a a a 5935 a a u a a 59350 a a a a u u u a a a a 5940 a ac a a a cc ae a a a a a ac a a a a a ac a a a a ar a a ac a a a ae a a a a a a a (A a a ae a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a ac a a a a ae a a a ac a a a a a cc a a a a a a a a ac a a a a a a a a a ae a a a a a a a a Jacksonville, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Miami, Fla. Key West, Fla. Reno, Nev. Elko, Nev. Salt Lake City, Utah Pleasant Valley, Nev. Boston, Mass. Washington, D. C. Richmond, Va. Greensboro, N. C. Spartanburg, S. C. Charleston, S. C. Butte, Mont. Idaho Falls, Idaho Strevell, Idaho Boise, Idaho Pasco, Wash. New York, N. Y. Bellefonte, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio Jackson, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Buffalo, N. Y. Albany, N. Y. Houston, Tex. Lake Charles, La. New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala. Kingman, Ariz. Winslow, Ariz. Albuquerque, N. Mex. Amarillo, Tex. Waynoka, Okla. Shreveport, La. Birmingham, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Calling frequency, all stations Kansas City, Mo. Wichita, Kans. Oklahoma City, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Fort Worth, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. Brownsville, Tex. Milford, Utah Las Vegas, Nev. Fargo, N. Dak. Twin Cities, Minn. La Crosse, Wis. Iowa City, Iowa Omaha, Nebr. North Platte, Nebr. Cheyenne, Wyo. Pueblo, Colo. Rock Springs, Wyo. Garden City, Kans. El Paso, Tex. 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. W. W. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. W. w. w. W. w. w. W. w. w. W. W. W. w. w. w. w. W. W. W. w. W. W. W. W. W. w. W. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. 887

Page  888 EO 5638 Executive Orders 5955 a 5960 a 9 8040 8050 8060 8090 a a {{ 699 tt 44 Airways, Commerce a a a a a a a a ua Na Navy Army Navy Na a tt {t Ut t tt {t tt {t tt 4t tt /t tt {t tt 4t tt /t Arm y t tt{t tt t 4{ tt tt Nav Arm Arm /s Big Spring, Tex. Tucson, Ariz. Wellton, Ariz. Los Angeles, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Pittsburgh, Pa. Cincinnati, Ohio Terre Haute, Ind. St. Louis, Mo. Seattle, Wash. Portland, Oreg. Medford, Oreg. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Tientsin, China Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Fort Sill, Okla. Sloan Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Tex. Fort Crockett, Tex. Washington, D. C. (Pan American Union) (Amateur reserve net:) Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Fort McPherson, Ga. Fort Bragg, N. C. Fort Omaha, Nebr. Presidio of San Francisco, Calif. Fort Howard, Baltimore, Md. Boston, Mass. Governors Island, N. Y. Fort Hayes, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. Washington, D. C. All corps areas and departments Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D. C.) Great Lakes New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. Point Barrow, Alaska Squaw Harbor, Alaska San Francisco, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Fort Santiago, P. I. Heeia (Honolulu), T. H. Medford, Mass. South Manchester, Conn. Boston, Mass. Key West, Fla. Charleston, S. C. New Orleans, La. Philadelphia, Pa. Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 888 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 1 500 200 200 200 200 200 10 400 1 400 400 500 400 400 500 400 400 200 400 25 500 1 1 10 10 50 400 10 400 10 500 250 250 200 200 200 250 250 250 W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. kw. W. W. W. W. W. W. kw. w. kw. W. W. W. W. w. w. W. W. W. w. kw. W. kw. kw. kw. kw. W. W. W. W. kw. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W.

Page  889 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 8090 a a a a a a a a a 8100 a a a 8110 a a a a a a a a 8150 a a a a 8160 u a 8120 a uc Navy a a a a a a a a a u a a a a u u a a u u u a a Baltimore, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Chicago, Ill. Los Angeles, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Ensenada, P. R. Washington, D. C. Augusta, Me. New York, N. Y. Wilmington, Del. Norfolk, Va. Jacksonville, Fla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Kansas City, Mo. San Diego, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Portland, Oreg. Santurce, P. R. Washington, D. C. Wellton, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. El Paso, Tex. Los Angeles, Calif. Fort Worth, Tex. Shreveport, La. Jackson, Miss. Birmingham, Ala. Atlanta, Ga. El Paso, Tex. Big Spring, Tex. Fort Worth, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. Brownsville, Tex. Atlanta, Ga. Mobile, Ala. New Orleans, La. Lake Charles, La. Houston, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. Key West, Fla. Miami, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Charleston, S. C. Richmond, Va. Washington, D. C. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Cayey (San Juan), P. R. Washington, D. C. Guam Cavite (Los Baflos), P. I. Peiping, China Fort Hayes, Ohio Wright Field, Ohio 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 2500 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 25 1 1 1 1 1 1 400 w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. W. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. 889 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 8

Page  890 EO 5638 8160 8170 8180 a u a u a a a 8270 8510 a a a a 8590 8600 8610 a a a 8620 a 8730 a u a 8740 8750 8760 8770 a u a Executive Orders Army a a a a a a a a a a a Coast Guard Coast and Geodetic Survey Army a a a Navy Army a a a a a a a a a a a a tt a Granada, Nicaragua (temporary) Fort Shafter, T. H. Anchorage, Alaska Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Fort Bliss, Tex. Fort Brown, Tex. Fort Clark, Tex. Fort Huaehuca, Ariz. Fort Sill, Okla. Camp H. J. Jones, Tex. Camp S. D. Little, Ariz. Kelly Field, Tex. Hensley Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Dryden, Tex. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Tucson, Ariz. Denver, Colo. (Fitzsimons General Hospital) Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. Fort F. E. Warren, Wyo. Ketchikan, Alaska International Ice Patrol vessels Vessels and portable Transports New York, N. Y. San Francisco, Calif. Canal Zone Fort Shafter, T. H. Fort Santiago, P. I. Washington, D. C. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Camp John Hay, P. I. Pettit Barracks, Zamboanga, P. I. Fort Wm. McKinley, P. I. Fort Omaha, Nebr. Seattle, Wash. Fort McPherson, Ga. Boston, Mass. Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Seattle, Wash. Seward, Alaska Washington, D. C. Seattle, Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Seattle, Wash. Chicago, Ill. Skagway, Alaska Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 890 200 10 10 1 400 200 200 200 200 200 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 500 200 200 100 1 200 200 1 1 1 1 25 10 1 200 200 200 400 10 1 400 1 10 500 10 10 1 10 1 400 250 1 1 1 1 1 w. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. momelftow.-I

Page  891 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 8770 **8860 a 8870 u a u a a 8880 a a a u 8890 9050 *9090 9250 9550 10000 11740 12045 12060 12075 12090 12135 12150 u u 12165 u 12180 12195 Navy Army a Navy a Army u u u u a u Navy u u Bureau of Standards Navy u Army u Navy Airways, Commerce u i uc uc Nav uc uc u Pearl Harbor, T. H. Tientsin, China Anchorage, Alaska Cayey (San Juan), P. R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Arlington, Va. (Washington, D. C.) New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes Guam Peiping, China Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. Fort Douglas, Utah Fort Lewis, Wash. Presidio of Monterey, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Vancouver Barracks, Wash. Los Angeles, Calif. Fort Geo. Wright, Wash. Kelly Field, Tex. Hensley Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Dryden, Tex. Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Tucson, Ariz. Fort Bliss, Tex. March Field, Calif. Ketchikan, Alaska Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone David, Panama Washington, D. C. (Pan American Union) Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. (Pan American Union) Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D. C.) Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. Fort Santiago, P. I. Pettit Barracks, Zamboanga, P. I. Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T. H. Los Angeles, Calif. El Paso, Tex. Portland, Oreg. Amarillo, Tex. Washington, D. C. Fort Worth, Tex. Salt Lake City, Utah New Orleans, La. Calling frequency, all stations Cheyenne, Wyo. Jacksonville, Fla. 1 400 10 1 500 10 1 1 500 1 1 2 400 400 50 10 400 400 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 1 25 100 200 10 10 10 25 10 10 10 200 25 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 kw. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw.. kw. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. i4 Ct is a ~c Ct cc U Uc *Available for non-Government assignments. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 891

Page  892 EO 5638 12195 12210 a a 12225 u a u a 12240 12255 12405 12765 u a a a u 12885 12900 13095 u 13110 13125 13140 13155 a a a a 13305 a u a a A. 13320 at 13335 a a u a u a a Executive Orders Airways, Commerce u u Navy u Army Coast Guard Army a Navy Army a a Navy u a Army a Navy a a a a a a a a a a tt tt tt tt tt tt tt St. Louis, Mo. Oakland, Calif. Chicago, Ill. Atlanta, Ga. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D. C.) Cayey (San Juan), P. R. Guam Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. Peiping, China Fort Shafter, T. H. Anchorage, Alaska International Ice Patrol vessels Transports New York, N. Y. San Francisco, Calif. Canal Zone Fort Shafter, T. H. Fort Santiago, P. I. Washington, D. C. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Washington, D. C. Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Anchorage, Alaska Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T. H. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. Tientsin, China Fort Leavenworth, Kans. San Juan, P. R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Arlington, Va. (Washington, D. C.) New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes Guam Peiping, China Cavite (Los Bafos), P. I. Ketchikan, Alaska Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Kelly Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Hensley Field, Tex. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Fort Bliss, Tex. Dryden, Tex. Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Tucson, Ariz. 892 400 400 400 400 25 1 1 1 1 1 10 10 200 200 1 1 1 1 25 10 1 10 10 10 1 10 1 2 5 1 1 1 1 400 1 1 500 10 1 1 500 1 1 5 1 1 200 200 200 200 400 400 200 200 200 200 w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w.

Page  893 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 13335 13575 15000 15130 16060 a 16080 16100 16120 16180 16800 a a u a u 16320 16340 16540 u 17020 u a 17180 17200 17460 u 17480 17500 a 17540 a a a a u 17720 17740 a a u u 18100 20075 20125 20150 20225 Army Navy Bureau of Standards Navy a u Army u a Coast Guard Coast and Geodetic Navy Surve Army a a Army a Navy Survey a Army a Navy Army a Navy u u u Army Navy Navy March Field, Calif. Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. (Pan American Union) Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D. C.) Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. Fort Santiago, P. I. Heeia (Honolulu), T. H. Washington, D. C. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Guam Cavite (Los Baios), P, I. Peiping, China Cayey (San Juan), P. R. Fort Shafter, T. H. Anchorage, Alaska International Ice Patrol vessels Vessels and portable Transports New York, N. Y. San Francisco, Calif. Canal Zone Fort Shafter, T. H. Fort Santiago, P. I. Washington, D. C. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Washington, D. C. Seattle, Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Seattle, Wash. Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T. H. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Anchorage, Alaska Cayey (San Juan), P. R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Arlington, Va. (Washington, D. C.) New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes Guam Peiping, China Cavite (Los Baflos), P. I. Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. Fort Santiago, P. I. Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T. H. 893 200 25 10 10 25 500 io 10 10 25 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 10 200 200 1 1 1 1 25 10 1 1 10 1 10 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 1 5 10 1 1 500 1 1 500 500 25 1 1 10 w. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw.

Page  894 EO 5638 Executive Orders 20400 Army Seattle, Wash. 1 kw. a Fort Shafter, P. I. 1 kw. 21025 Navy Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D. C.) 25 kw. 21925 a Pearl Harbor, T. H. San Francisco, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 22175 " San Juan, P. R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Washington, D. C. New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes a Guam Peiping, China a Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. 22625 a Cavite (Los Baflos), P. I. 24090 a Washington, D. C. 24120 Army Washington, D. C. 24150 Washington, D. C. 24180 a Fort Santiago, P. I. 24270 Navy Pearl Harbor, T. H. 24450 a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 24480 Army Fort Shafter, T. H. 24510 a Seattle, Wash. 24540 a Quarry Heights, Canal Zone 25530 Transports 25770 Navy San Francisco, Calif. 26190 Army Canal Zone 26220 Anchorage, Alaska 26250 " Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 26280 a Fort Santiago, P. I. 27150 Navy Cavite (Los Bafios), P. I. 30550 Army Canal Zone 30590 a Fort Shafter, T. H. 30620 a Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 30660 a Fort Santiago, P. I. 32120 Navy Washington, D. C. 32160 Army Washington, D. C. 32200 a Washington, D. C. 32240 a Fort Santiago, P. I. 32360 Navy Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T. H. 32600 a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 32640 Army San Francisco, Calif. 32680 a Canal Zone 32720 a Canal Zone 34040 a Transports 34360 Navy San Francisco, Calif. 34920 Army Canal Zone 34960 Fort Shafter, T. H. 35000 aFort Santiago, P. I. 35040 Fort Santiago, P. I. 36200 Navy Cavite (Los Baflos), P. I. 36220 Army Washington, D. C. 36720 San Francisco, Calif. 38290 Transports 894

Page  895 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638 39370 Army Fort Santiago, P. I. 51000 to Navy Experimental 53000 The following Government experimental radio stations are authorized to use miscellaneous frequencies from time to time provided no interference is caused with other authorized service: Navy Department: Naval Research Laboratory (NKF); Annapolis (NZO); Quantico (NZY). War Department: Fort Monmouth, N. J. (WLY); Wright Field, Ohio (WZAJ). Department of Commerce: Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (WWV). In the allocation of these frequencies the following principles have been followed and shall be followed in the consideration of future applications for use of frequencies by Government departments: UTILIZATION OF EXISTING COMMUNICATION FACILITIES "No department shall erect a new station in the proximity of an existing government station, unless the same is incapable of rendering to such department the service that it requires, which shall be determined only after careful consideration by the departments concerned or by the permanent interdepartment organization. Whenever practicable, such a situation shall be met by the expansion of the existing stations, if necessary under joint contribution of the Departments interested. No department shall close a station no longer needed by it which is serving other Government departments without first making arrangements in respect to such service that are satisfactory to the departments being served." GOVERNMENT ENCOURAGEMENT TO PRIVATE RADIO ENTERPRISES "The Government will encourage and foster the development of privately owned and operated radio facilities in such a manner that in time of war or similar national emergency there shall be available the most effective system for the national defense. In part, this encouragement shall consist of utilizing the services of commercial stations wherever Government interests warrant in the accomplishment of the service required." The stations listed herein may use other frequencies for the purpose of selecting a frequency more suitable for a particular service prior to requesting authority to change the frequency, provided a notice is first submitted to the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee and also a notice to the Federal Radio Commission, if the frequency is not included in the Executive order, on the proviso that it will cease operation on notice of interference from the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee or the Federal Radio Commission and such use shall not be for more than one month total. 895

Page  896 EO 5638-A Executive Orders The powers of the stations shown are those at the time of issuance of Executive order and are not limitations upon the stations. The locations given are locations of the transmitting apparatus; and where control points are different, they are given in parentheses. This Executive order supersedes Executive Order No. 5197-A, September 30, 1929. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, June 8, 1931. [No. 5638] Executive Order 5638-A. June 8, 1931 Executive Order Assignment of Frequencies to Government Radio Stations WHEREAS section 6 of the Radio Act of 1927 (44 Stat. 1165) provides as follows: "Radio stations belonging to and operated by the United States shall not be subject to the provisions of sections 1, 4, and 5 of this Act. All such Government stations shall use such frequencies or wave lengths as shall be assigned to each or to each class by the President. All such stations, except stations on board naval and other Government vessels while at sea or beyond the limits of the continental United States, when transmitting any radio communication or signal other than a communication or signal relating to Government business shall conform to such rules and regulations designed to prevent interference with other radio stations and the rights of others as the licensing authority may prescribe. Upon proclamation by the President that there exists war or a threat of war or a state of public peril or disaster or other national emergency, or in order to preserve the neutrality of the United States, the President may suspend or amend, for such time as he may see fit, the rules and regulations applicable to any or all stations within the jurisdiction of the United States as prescribed by the licensing authority, and may cause the dlosing of any station for radio communication and the removal therefrom of its apparatus 896

Page  897 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638-A and equipment, or he may authorize the use or control of any such station and/or its apparatus and equipment by any department of the Government under such regulations as he may prescribe, upon just compensation to the owners. Radio stations on board vessels of the United States Shipping Board or the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation or the Inland and Coastwise Waterways Service shall be subject to the provisions of this Act." AND WHEREAS the Government departments using radio find it necessarv for efficient operation to make some changes in previous frequency assignments to individual stations which will not add to the total number of frequencies assigned for Government use and have requested that such changes be authorized; Now, THEREFORE, I, HERBERT HOOVER, President of the United States of America, pursuant to the authority vested in me by law, do hereby allocate frequencies to the Government stations as follows: **125 **155 175 195 215 245 275 355 404 *425 434 440 444 450 464 515-545 Navy.. 64 Army, Navy, and Coast Guard Fleet (not over 100 watts) Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet Frequencies in this band may be used principally in daytime by aircraft with power not to exceed 100 watts and aeronautical stations for single or joint maneuvers and training purposes. (These frequencies may be used by mobile radio equipment for training purposes under the following rule: The officer in charge of military or naval radio operations will confer with the Department of Commerce supervisor of radio in the locality where interference is probable to determine the frequencies which may be used with the least interference. Naval and military operations will then be confined so far as is possible to the time periods, frequencies, and powers which will cause minimum interference in the locality. It is understood that military and naval operation in this band will in general be limited to 55-1500 Army and Navy * Available for non-Government assignments. ** Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 897

Page  898 EO 5638-A 550-1500 Army and Navy 1580 1584 1588 2304 2336 2384 2404 2436 2484 2492 2496 2500 2516 2544 2576 2604 2656 2684 2716 2744 2816 2844 2884 2916 2952 **2996 **3005 **3035 **3065 **3095 **3155 **3195 **3235 **3265 **3295 3345 3385 **3415 **3445 ~c Army ic Navy cI cc Ic Army Navy ic cc cC ic ic ic Ic Army Navy Army Navy Army Navy Army Navy Army Navy Army Navy Army Navy Army Navy Army Navy cc Army Navy.. Is.. Executive Orders antenna radiation of 75 meter amperes, to daylight hours, and to a limited number of hours per week and weeks per year. The amount of operation will differ somewhat in different parts of the country.) Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet and naval shore stations for aircraft Aircraft for training purposes Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Aircraft for training purposes Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Aircraft for training purposes Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Aircraft for training purposes Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Fleet Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Aircraft for training purposes Fleet 50 W 50 W 50 W 50 W 50 W 50 W **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 898

Page  899 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5638-A **3475 Army Aircraft for training purposes Navy Fleet t " iNaval shore stations for aircraft: " Anacostia, D. C. 250 W " Arlington (Washington), D. C. 750 W " Lakehurst, N. J. 250 W "" Naval Air Station (Norfolk, Va.) 250 W "" Quantico, Va. 500 W " Philadelphia, Pa. 750 W 4105 Fleet 4135 Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces 4155 Fleet 4205 Mobile and coastal stations 4235 Mobile and coastal stations 4265 Fleet 4385 Fleet 4435 Fleet 8210 Fleet 8270 Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces 8310 Fleet 8410 Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 8470 Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 8530 Fleet 8770 Fleet 8870 Fleet 12315 Fleet 12405 Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces 12465 Fleet 12615 Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 12705 Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 12795 Fleet 13155 Navy Fleet 13305 Fleet 16420 Fleet 16540 Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces 16620 Fleet 16820 Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 16940 Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 17060 Fleet 17540 Fleet 17740 Fleet 21925 Fleet 22175 Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 22625 Fleet 24630 Fleet 24930 Fleet 25230 Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 25410 " Fleet 25590 " Fleet 33640 " Fleet, mobile and coastal stations 34120 " Fleet **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. The stations listed herein may use other frequencies for the purpose of selecting a frequency more suitable for a particular service prior to requesting authority to change the frequency, provided a notice is first submitted to the Interdepartment 899

Page  900 EO 5639 Executive Orders Radio Advisory Committee and also a notice to the Federal Radio Commission, if the frequency is not included in the Executive order, on the proviso that it will cease operation on notice of interference from the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee or the Federal Radio Commission and such use shall not be for more than one month total. The powers of the stations shown are those at the time of issuance of Executive order and are not limitations upon the stations. The locations given are locations of the transmitting apparatus; and where control points are different, they are given in parentheses. This Executive order supersedes Executive Order No. 5197-A, September 30, 1929. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 8, 1931 [No. 5638-A] Executive Order 5639. June 8, 1931 Executive Order Transfer of Land for Aviation Field Wyoming Executive order of July 13, 1910, effecting Coal Withdrawal Wyoming No. 1, under the provisions of the act approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), is hereby modified to permit the withdrawal and use of the following described land as an aviation field under the provisions of the act approved May 24, 1928 (45 Stat. 728): SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 20 N., R. 91 W., sec. 8, N. 3I. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHrITE HOUSE, June 8, 1931. [No. 5639] 900

Page  901 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5641 Executive Order 5640. June 8, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey California Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 15 N., R. 15 E., Mount Diablo meridian, California, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 8, 1931. [No. 5640] Executive Order 5641. June 8, 1931 Executive Order Restoration of Certain Lands from Salmon Hatchery Reservation Alaska It is hereby ordered that Executive order of February 1, 1906, reserving certain lands on Yes Lake in the Cleveland Peninsula in southeastern Alaska as a site for a salmon hatchery be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to the tract of land now identified as United States Survey No. 1981, comprising 6.83 acres. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITB HOUSE, Juno 8, 1981. [No. 5641] 901

Page  902 EO 5642 Executive Orders Executive Order 5642. June 8, 1931 Executive Order Administration of the Foreign Service The regulations established in this Executive order shall be effective and binding not only as Consular Regulations, but they shall be equally effective and binding for the following purposes: (1) These rules and regulations shall constitute the regulations of the Department of State for the administration of the Foreign Service under the provisions of the act of February 23, 1931 (46 Stat. 1212), and shall be considered as superseding the regulations established in Executive Order No. 5189, dated September 11, 1929, and amendments thereto, which are hereby canceled. The Secretary of State is authorized to prescribe additional rules and regulations for the administration of the Foreign Service, not inconsistent herewith, and the use of the regulations in this order as regulations of the Department of State under different titles and numerical designations is hereby expressly authorized. (2) These rules and regulations shall constitute amendments and additions to the Instructions to Diplomatic Officers and shall be in substitution for and effect the cancellation of all parts of the Instructions to Diplomatic Officers which cover the same subjects as these regulations, or which are inconsistent with these regulations. It is therefore ordered that these regulations shall be incorporated into the Instructions to Diplomatic Officers, in so far as they are applicable thereto; and express authorization is given for their use for this purpose under different titles and numerical designations and also appropriately to change references to consular officers or consular offices, wherever they occur, to refer to diplomatic officers or diplomatic missions. All Executive orders and other regulations, or parts thereof, inconsistent with the provisions of this order, are hereby revoked. Article I of the Consular Regulations, 1896, entitled "The Consular Branch of the Foreign Service," is hereby canceled and the following substituted: ARTICLE I THE FOREIGN SERVICE 1. Definition. "Foreign Service officer" shall be deemed to denote permanent officers of the Foreign Service below the grade of minister. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 9.) 2. Entry into the Foreign Service. Appointments to the position of Foreign Service officer shall be made after examination and officers so appointed shall serve a suitable period of probation in an unclassified grade, or, after five years of continuous service in an executive or a quasi-executive position in the Department 902 IWN _ W-40

Page  903 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 of State, by transfer therefrom to any class of the Foreign Service upon recommendation of the Board of Foreign Service Personnel and with the approval of the Secretary of State. An accurate record of the efficiency of all officers and employees of the Department of State is kept for this purpose. Reinstatement of Foreign Service officers separated from the classified service by reason of appointment to some other position in the Government may be made by Executive order of the President, except that the number of such officers reinstated shall not affect the number of the percentage of the class provided by law. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, secs. 12, 14.) All appointments of Foreign Service officers are by commission to a class and not by commission to any particular post, and such officers are assigned to posts and may be transferred from one post to another as the interests of the service may require. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 12.) New appointments to the service are made to the grade of Foreign Service officer, unclassified, but this provision does not apply to reinstatements or transfers from the Department of State under section 12 of the act of February 23, 1931. 3. Examination for the Foreign Service. There is hereby constituted a board of examiners, which shall conduct examinations to determine the eligibility of the candidates for the Foreign Service, composed as follows: Three Assistant Secretaries of State to be designated by the Secretary of State, the Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, and the Chief Examiner of the Civil Service Commission. Members of the board of examiners may, when necessary, designate other persons to serve for them on the board. The following rules are established for the conduct of examinations: (a) It shall be the duty of the board of examiners to formulate rules for and hold examinations of applicants for commission to the Foreign Service and to determine from among the persons designated by the President for examination those who are fitted for appointment. (b) The scope and method of the examinations shall be determined by the board of examiners, but among the subjects in which candidates will be examined shall be included the following: American history, government, and institutions since 1776; history of Europe, Latin America, and the Far East since 1776; elementary economics, including the natural, industrial, and commercial resources of the United States; political and commercial geography; elements of international, commercial, and maritime law; arithmetic as used in commercial statistics, tariff calculations, exchange and simple accounting; and modern languages-French, German, or Spanish. 903

Page  904 EO 5642 Executive Orders (c) The examinations shall be both written and oral, except that American clerks and employees in the Foreign Service who have rendered satisfactory service in such capacities for the five years immediately preceding application for appointment as Foreign Service officers shall be exempted from the written examinations prescribed for other candidates. (d) The right of clerks in the Foreign Service to exemption from the written examinations in accordance with paragraph (c) of this section shall be determined by the Board of Foreign Service Personnel after considering the written recommendations of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel in each case. (e) Examinations shall be rated on a scale of 100, and no person rated at less than 80 shall be eligible for certification. (f) No one shall be certified as eligible for appointment who (1) Is under 21 or over 35 years of age (except American clerks and employees in the Foreign Service under 45 years of age on the date of certification who were, or are hereafter, appointed before reaching the age of 35, and American clerks and employees in the Foreign Service on July 1, 1931, who are certified for appointment before reaching the age of 45 years); (2) Has not been a citizen of the United States for at least 15 years before date of certification; (3) Is not of good character and habits; (4) Is not physically, mentally, and temperamentally qualified for the proper performance of the duties of the Foreign Service; (5) Has not been specially designated by the President to take the prescribed examinations to determine eligibility for appointment. (g) Upon the conclusion of the examinations, the names of the candidates who shall have attained upon the whole examination the required rating will be certified by the board to the Secretary of State as eligible for appointment. (h) The names of candidates will remain on the eligible list for two years, except in the case of such candidates as shall within that period be appointed or shall withdraw their names. Names which have been on the eligible list for two years will be dropped therefrom, and the candidates concerned will not again be eligible for appointment unless upon fresh application, designation anew for examination, and the successful passing of such examination. (i) Applicants for appointment who are designated to take an examination and who fail to report therefor, shall not be entitled to take a subsequent examination unless they shall have been specifically designated to take such subsequent examination. (j) In making designations to take the prescribed examinations to determine eligibility for appointment, and in appointments after examination, due regard will 904

Page  905 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 be had to the principle that as between candidates of equal merit, appointments should be made so as to tend to secure proportional representation of all the States and Territories in the Foreign Service; and neither in the designation for examination, nor in certification, nor in appointment after examination, will the political affiliations of the candidates be considered. (k) New appointments to the service shall be to the grade of Foreign Service officer, unclassified, and no promotions to a higher grade shall be made except in conformity with law and regulations with respect thereto (sections 2, 6, 7). This provision does not apply to reinstatements or transfers from the Department of State under section 12 of the act of February 23, 1931. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, secs. 9, 31, and 32.) 4. Classes and salaries in the Foreign Service. The officers in the Foreign Service are graded and classified with the salaries of each class, as follows, but not exceeding in number for each class a proportion to the total number of officers in the service represented in the following percentage limitations: Ambassadors and ministers, as provided by law. Class 1, 6 per centum, $9,000 to $10,000. Class 2, 7 per centum, $8,000 to $8,900. Class 3, 8 per centum, $7,000 to $7,900. Class 4, 9 per centum, $6,000 to $6,900. Class 5, 10 per centum, $5,000 to $5,900. Class 6, 14 per centum, $4,500 to $4,900. Class 7, ----------— $4,000 to $4,400. Class 8, ----------— $3,500 to $3,900. Unclassified, -------- $2,500 to $3,400. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 10.) Salary increases within classes. Foreign Service officers having a rating of satisfactory or better who shall have been in classes 5, 6, 7, or 8 for a continuous period of nine months or more, shall, on the first day of each fiscal year, receive an increase in salary of $100, except that no officer shall receive a salary above the maximum of his class; and all such officers in classes 1, 2, 3, or 4 shall in the same circumstances receive an increase of $200. The Secretary of State is authorized to fix the salaries of Foreign Service officers in the unclassified grade within the salary range specified by law. The Secretary of State is also authorized, within the limits of appropriations therefor, to grant the Foreign Service officers in any class additional promotions in salary within the salary range established for the classes in which they are serving, based upon especially meritorious service. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 33.) 5. Promotions in class. All Foreign Service officers are subject to promotion on merit. Vacancies in all classes from 1 to 8 are filled by promotions from lower 905 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II- 9

Page  906 EO 5642 6Executive Orders classes, based upon ability and efficiency as shown in the service. The Board of Foreign Service Personnel submits to the Secretary of State for his approval, and for transmission thereafter to the President, lists of Foreign Service officers whose efficiency ratings entitle them to advancement in the service and who are therefore recommended for promotion in the order of their ascertained merit within classes as provided in section 8 of these regulations. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, secs. 9, 31, 32.) The Secretary of State reports from time to time to the President, along with his recommendations, the names of those Foreign Service officers who by reason of efficient service have demonstrated special capacity for promotion to the grade of minister, and the names of those Foreign Service officers and clerks, and officers and employees in the Department of State, who by reason of efficient service, an accurate record of which shall be kept in the Department of. State, have demonstrated special efficiency. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, secs. 14, 31.) See also section 6(b) and (d). 6. Board of Foreign Service Personnel. The Board of Foreign Service Personnel is composed of not more than three Assistant Secretaries of State designated by the Secretary of State, one of whom shall be the Assistant Secretary of State having supervision over the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, who shall be chairman. The Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel and one other member of the division may attend the meetings of the board, and one of them shall act as secretary, but they shall not be entitled to vote in its proceedings. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 31.) It shall be the duty of the board: (a) To consider and to submit to the Secretary of State for approval, lists of Foreign Service officers prepared in accordance with law by the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, in which all Foreign Service officers shall be graded in accordance with their relative efficiency and value to the service. All officers rated satisfactory or above shall be eligible for promotion in the order of merit to the minimum salary of the next higher class. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 32.) (b) To recommend promotions in the Foreign Service, and to furnish the Secre,. tary of State with lists of Foreign Service officers who have demonstrated special capacity for promotion to the grade of minister. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, secs. 14, 31.) Lists of officers recommended for promotion to the grade of minister shall enumerate the officers in the order of merit, and each list shall supersede all previous lists; such lists are submitted to the Secretary of State whenever there are vacancies in the grade of minister or when requested by the President or the Secretary of State. 906 -

Page  907 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 (c) To submit to the Secretary of State for his approval, and for transmission thereafter to the President, the names of those officers and employees of the Department of State who, after five years of continuous service in an executive or quasiexecutive position, are recommended for appointment by transfer to the position of Foreign Service officer. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 12.) (d) To submit to the Secretary of State the names of those Foreign Service officers who are recommended for designation as counselors of embassy or legation. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 23.) (e) To recommend to the Secretary of State the assignment of Foreign Service officers to posts and the transfer of such officers from one branch of the service to the other according to the needs of the service. (f) To consider controversies and delinquencies among the service personnel and to recommend to the Secretary of State appropriate disciplinary action where required. (g) To determine, for submission to the Secretary of State after considering recommendations of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, that the efficiency rating of an officer is unsatisfactory, thereby meaning below the standard required for the service, in order that the Secretary of State may take appropriate action with respect to the separation from the Foreign Service of such unsatisfactory officers in accordance with law (see sections 9, 45). (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 33.) The members of the board, individually and collectively, shall have authority to examine all records and data of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 32.) All action taken by the board shall be strictly nonpartisan and based exclusively upon the records and ratings of efficiency of the officers concerned. The proceedings of the board shall be strictly confidential, but the chairman shall, within a reasonable time prior to meetings of the board for considering and submitting to the Secretary of State the rating lists from which promotions will be made in accordance with section 32 of the act of February 23, 1931, invite the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and the Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, or some committee member designated by the chairman, to sit with the board through its deliberations without, however, participating in its decisions. 7. Division of Foreign Service Personnel. The Division of Foreign Service Personnel assembles, records, and is the custodian of all available information in regard to the character, ability, conduct, quality of work, industry, experience, dependability, and general availability of Foreign Service officers, including reports of inspecting officers and efficiency reports of supervising officers. All such informa 907

Page  908 EO 5642 Executive Orders tion is appraised at least once in two years; and the result of such appraisal expressed in terms of "excellent," "very good," "satisfactory," or "unsatisfactory," accompanied by a concise statement of the considerations upon which these terms are based, is entered upon records to be known as the efficiency records of the officers, and constitutes their efficiency ratings for the period. No charges against an officer that would adversely affect his efficiency rating or his value to the service, if true, are taken into consideration in determining his efficiency rating except after the officer shall have had opportunity to reply thereto. The Assistant Secretary of State supervising the Division of Foreign Service Personnel is responsible for the keeping of accurate and impartial efficiency records of Foreign Service officers and for taking all measures necessary to insure their accuracy and impartiality. Not later than November 1 at least every two years, the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, under the supervision of the Assistant Secretary of State, prepares a list in which all Foreign Service officers are graded in accordance with their relative efficiency and value to the service. In this list officers are graded as excellent, very good, satisfactory, or unsatisfactory, with such further subclassification as may be found necessary. All officers rated satisfactory or above are eligible for promotion in the order of merit to the minimum salary of the next higher class. This list does not become effective in so far as it affects promotion until it has been considered by the Board of Foreign Service Personnel hereinbefore provided for, and approved by the Secretary of State. This list shall not be changed before the next succeeding list of ratings is approved except in the case of extraordinary or conspicuously meritorious service or serious misconduct; and any change for such reasons shall be made only after consideration by the Board of Foreign Service Personnel and approval by the Secretary of State, and the reasons for such change when made shall be inscribed upon the efficiency records of the officers affected. From this list of all Foreign Service officers recommendations for promotion are made in the order of their ascertained merit within classes. Recommendations are also made, in order of merit, as shown by ratings in the examinations for appointment to the unclassified grade, with commissions also as diplomatic secretaries and vice consuls, of those who have successfully passed the examinations. All such recommendations are submitted to the Secretary of State for his consideration and, if he shall approve, for transmission to the President. The correspondence and records of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel are confidential except to the President, the Secretary of State, the members of the Board of Foreign Service Personnel, the Assistant Secretary of State supervising the 908 W, l -I

Page  909 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 division, and such of its employees as may be assigned to work on such correspondence and records. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 32.) No Foreign Service officer below class 1 shall be assigned for duty in the Division of Foreign Service Personnel. Foreign Service officers assigned to the division shall not be eligible for recommendation by the Board of Foreign Service Personnel for promotion to the grade of minister or ambassador during the period of such assignment or for three years thereafter, nor shall such officers be given any authority, except of a purely advisory character, over promotions, demotions, transfers, or separations from the service of Foreign Service officers. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 31.) 8. Foreign Service officers' training school. There is hereby established in the Department of State a Foreign Service officers' training school for the instruction of new appointees. The Foreign Service officers' training school shall be under the direction of a board composed of the following members, to wit: The Assistant Secretaries of State composing the Board of Foreign Service Personnel, one Foreign Service officer assigned for duty in the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, and the director of the Foreign Service officers' training school. The board will act in all matters with the approval of the Secretary of State. The director of the school shall be selected by the other members of the school board from among the officers of the Foreign Service, with the approval of the Secretary of State. Instructors shall be selected from among the qualified officers of the Department of State, the Foreign Service, other executive departments of the Government, and any available sources, in the discretion of the school board. The term of instruction in the Foreign Service officers' training school shall be considered a period of probation during which the new appointees are to be judged as to their qualifications for advancement and assignment to duty. At the end of the term, recommendations shall be made to the Secretary of State by the Board of Foreign Service Personnel for the dismissal of any who may have failed to meet the required standard of the service. The Secretary of State is authorized to prescribe rules and regulations for the governance of the Foreign Service officers' training school. 9. Separation from the service. Whenever it is determined that the efficiency rating of an officer is unsatisfactory, thereby meaning below the standards required for the service, and such determination has been confirmed by the Secretary of State after notice and hearing as provided by law, such officer shall be separated from the 909

Page  910 EO 5642 EExecutive Orders service in accordance with the provisions of section 45 of these regulations. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 33.) 10. Appointments of secretaries in the diplomatic seftrvice and consular officers. The President nominates, and by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, appoints secretaries in the diplomatic service, consuls general, consuls, vice consuls of career, and language officers. (U. S. Constitution, Art. II, sec. 2.) Vice consuls not of career and consular agents are appointed by the Secretary of State. Foreign Service officers may be appointed as secretaries in the diplomatic service or as consular officers, or both, but all such appointments are made by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 11.) 11. Assignment to duty of Foreign Service officers. Foreign Service officers may be assigned to duty as either diplomatic or consular officers, or both, at the discretion of the President. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 11.) Within the discretion of the President, any Foreign Service officer may be assigned to act as commissioner, charge d'affaires, minister resident, or diplomatic agent for such period as the public interests may require without loss of grade, class, or salary. However, no such officer shall receive more than one salary. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 24.) Any Foreign Service officer may be assigned for duty in the Department of State without loss of class or salary, such assignment to be for a period of not more than three years, unless the public interests demand further service, when such assignment may be extended for a period not to exceed one year. Any ambassador or minister or any Foreign Service officer of whatever class detailed for duty in connection with trade conferences or international gatherings, congresses, or conferences, or for other special duty not at his post or in the Department of State, except temporarily for purposes of consultation, shall be paid his salary and expenses for travel and subsistence at the rates prescribed by law. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 21.) 12. Official acts of Foreign Service officers. All official acts of Foreign Service officers while serving under diplomatic or consular commissions in the Foreign Service shall be performed under their respective commissions as secretaries or as consular officers. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 11.) 13. Oath of office. Whenever any person is appointed to any office of honor or trust under the Government of the United States he shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, take and subscribe to the following oath: "I, A B, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or 910

Page  911 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God." (R.S. 1757; U.S.C. title 5, sec. 16.) The foregoing requirement applies to all Foreign Service officers, secretaries in the diplomatic service, consuls general, consuls, vice consuls, language officers, and, if citizens of the United States, to consular agents. The oath of office may be taken before any officer who is authorized, either by the laws of the United States or by the local municipal law, to administer oaths in the State, Territory, or District where such oath may be administered. (R.S. 1758; U.S.C. title 5, sec. 18.) The oath may not, however, be taken abroad except before some officer of the United States authorized to administer oaths. 14. Bonds of officers in the Foreign Service. Every secretary, consul general, consul, vice consul of career, or Foreign Service officer, before he receives his commission or enters upon the duties of his office, shall give to the United States a bond, in such form as the President shall prescribe, with such sureties, who shall be permanent residents of the United States, as the Secretary of State shall approve, in a penal sum not less than the annual compensation allowed to such officer, conditioned for the true and faithful accounting for, paying over, and delivering up of all fees, moneys, goods, effects, books, records, papers, and other property which shall come to his hands or to the hands of any other person to his use as such officer under any law now or hereafter enacted, and for the true and faithful performance of all other duties now or hereafter lawfully imposed upon him as such officer. Such bond shall cover by its. stipulations all official acts of such officer, whether commissioned as diplomatic or consular officer or Foreign Service officer. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 16.) Bonds of vice consuls not of career. Vice consuls not of career shall give bond, with such sureties and stipulations as the Secretary of State may direct. Bonds of consular agents. No bond is required of consular agents, but a consular officer having an agent under his supervision may take from him such bond as the officer may deem proper to protect himself. 15. Custody, withdrawal, and cancellation of bonds, and sureties on bonds. The bonds of Foreign Service officers and the bonds of other consular officers are deposited, after their approval by the Secretary of State, with the Secretary of the Treasury. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 16.) Withdrawal and cancellation of bonds. Under the rule of the Treasury Department, bonds, when filed with it, can not be withdrawn from its custody; and they are not canceled on the retirement of the officer from the service. 911

Page  912 EO 5642 Executive Orders Sureties on bonds. The sureties on bonds of salaried officers shall be permanent residents of the United States or a regularly authorized surety company incorporated under the laws of the United States or of one of the States, and must be approved by the Secretary of State. (28 Stat. L. 279.) Married women will not be accepted as sureties. (15 Op. Att. Gen. 472.) 16. Foreign Sernice inspectors. The provisions of section 4 of the act of April 5, 1906, relative to the powers, duties, and prerogatives of consuls general at large are applicable to the Foreign Service officers detailed for the purpose of inspection, who shall, under the direction of the Secretary of State, inspect in a substantially uniform manner the work of diplomatic and consular offices. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 17.) Each consular office shall be inspected at least once in every two years. Whenever the President has reason to believe that the business of a consulate or a consulate general is not being properly conducted and that it is necessary for the public interest, he may authorize any inspector to suspend the principal consular officer and administer the office in his stead for a period of not exceeding 90 days. In such case the inspector so authorized shall have power to suspend any subordinate officer or clerk in said office during the period aforesaid. (34 Stat. L. 100; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 9.) The suggestions and directions given by a Foreign Service inspector at the time of any inspection of an office must be implicitly followed and obeyed, in the absence of contrary instructions from the Department of State. The principal officer will insure that the consular agents under his supervision comply with the inspector's directions left with them. He will also bring the inspector's directions to the attention of his successor in office. An officer, upon assuming charge of an office, will accept the suggestions and instructions left for his predecessor as applicable to himself and to his own administration of the office. 17. Language officers. Language officers are Foreign Service officers appointed from the unclassified grade and assigned to certain countries for the purpose of studying and perfecting themselves in prescribed foreign languages. After passing the required examinations and receiving therefor the promotions to which they are entitled, the officers are thereafter eligible for advancement in the service, without further examinations, on the same basis as all other Foreign Service officers. 18. Provisions of law in force after July 1, 1931. All provisions of law in effect prior to July 1, 1931, relating to diplomatic or consular officers, or to Foreign Service officers, which are not inconsistent with the act of February 23, 1931, entitled "An act for the grading and classification of clerks in the Foreign Service of the United State of America, and providing compensation therefor," which included provisions 912

Page  913 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 relating to the organization and duties of the Foreign Service of the United States of America, are applicable to Foreign Service officers when they are designated for service as diplomatic or as consular officers. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 28.) GENERAL PROVISIONS CONCERNING CONSULAR OFFICERS 19. Official designations of consular officers. Consular officers comprise (1) Foreign Service officers assigned to duty as consuls general, consuls, vice consuls, and language officers; and (2) noncareer officers, commissioned or appointed by the Secretary of State, viz, vice consuls not of career and consular agents. 20. Definitions. The term "consular officer" shall be deemed to include consuls general, consuls, vice consuls, and consular agents, and none others. (38 Stat. L. 806; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 51.) The terms "consul general" and "consul" shall be deemed to denote full, principal, and permanent consular officers as distinguished from subordinates and substitutes. (38 Stat. L. 806; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 51.) The term "consul," whenever the sense so requires, denotes any principal consular officer or any person invested by the United States with, and exercising, the functions of consul general, consul, or vice consul. (19 Stat. L. 2; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 178.) As ordinarily used, in a specific sense, it denotes a particular grade of consular officer, but it is sometimes used, in a generic sense, to embrace all consular officers. (15 C. Cls. R. 74.) The term "vice consul" denotes any officer holding a commission as vice consul, whether he be a Foreign Service officer or not. (38 Stat. L. 806; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 51) The term "substitute consular officers" denotes vice consuls when in responsible charge of a consulate general or consulate. (38 Stat. L. 806; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 51.) The term "subordinate consular officers" denotes vice consuls when not in charge of consulates general or consulates, and consular agents. (38 Stat. L. 806; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 51.) 21. Vice consuls. There are two categories of vice consuls, those of career and those who are not of career. The former are Foreign Service officers commissioned by the President as vice consuls; the latter are commissioned by the Secretary of State as occasion may require, usually from among the clerks at consular offices, and receive compensation as clerks and not as vice consuls. All vice consuls are consular officers subordinate to principal consular officers (consuls general and consuls), exercising and performing the duties within the limits of their consulates at the same, or at different, points and places from those at which the principals are located. (38 Stat. L. 806; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 51; 33 Fed. Rep. 167.) 913

Page  914 EO 5642 EExecutive Orders Vice consuls, whether of career or not, perform such duties of the consular offices to which they may be assigned as are described in the Consular Regulations and laws of the United States, and which they may be directed to perform by the principal officer under whom they serve. When the principal officer is absent, the ranking consular officer, or, if there be two of equal grade, the one whose commission at the post bears the earlier date, in the absence of contrary instructions from the Department of State, will assume full charge of the office under his bond. 22. Vice consuls not of career. Vice consuls not of career are not eligible to appointment as Foreign Service officers without undergoing the prescribed examination and qualifying therefor, but such vice consuls who are clerks in the Foreign Service are eligible to advancement in accordance with section 24. They are appointed to particular posts and receive certificates of appointment to those posts, which are forwarded to them through the appropriate diplomatic missions. Citizenship. Every vice consul must be an American citizen. (40 Stat. L. 1333.) Removal of vice consuls. Consuls general and consuls have no power to remove vice consuls assigned to their offices or to service under their supervision. In cases of serious insubordination, threatened destruction or loss of Government property, or conduct likely to injure the reputation of the consulate, the principal consular officer may order the vice consul responsible therefor to perform no official duties pending a review of the facts by the Secretary of State. Formal suspensions can be made only upon prior authorization by the Secretary of State, but such authorization may be requested by telegram whenever an emergency is deemed to exist. A report of the facts, accompanied by a signed statement of the vice consul in his own behalf, will be forwarded by the most expeditious method. 23. Consular agents. Consular agents are appointed by the Secretary of State, usually upon the nomination of the principal consular officer. The practice of making such nominations must not be construed to limit the authority of the Secretary of State to appoint these officers without such previous nomination by the principal officer. The term "consular agents" denotes consular officers subordinate to principal officers exercising the powers vested in them and performing the duties prescribed for them by regulation of the President, at posts or places different from those at which such principals are located. (38 Stat. L. 806; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 51.) Their functions are not, in all respects, as extensive as those of the principal officer. Though they act at places different from the seat of the principal office and their duties are in substance the same toward persons desiring consular services, they act only as the representative of the principal, and are subject and subordinate to him. They 914

Page  915 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 are not authorized to correspond with the Department of State, unless through the principal or under exceptional circumstances; they make no returns or reports directly to the department, and they are not permitted to render accounts or make any drafts for expenditures on the departments of the Government unless under express instructions. Consular agents are subject, like other consular officers, to the provisions of law and the instructions of the Department of State. As soon as a consular agent has entered upon his duties, a specimen of his signature and an impression of his official seal should be sent to the department. Citizenship of consular agents. In all cases where it is practicable, consular agents should be citizens of the United States, and none other should be recommended for appointment unless citizens of proper character and standing can not be found. Acting consular agents. No consular agent has authority to appoint a subagent. In case of emergency, or in the absence of the consular agent on leave, the principal consular officer may designate, with the approval of the Department of State, a suitable person to perform the duties under the title of "acting consular agent." The principal consular officer should, at the time the change is made, report to the department the name of the person whom he has designated as acting consular agent during the temporary absence of the agent from his post, and should accompany the report with the signature of the substitute and an impression of the official seal of the agency. A person placed temporarily in charge of a consular agency should sign as acting consular agent. Acting consular agents must not perform notarial acts. 24. Clerks at consulates. Clerks at consulates are, so far as practicable, appointed under civil-service rules and regulations. (43 Stat. L. 1017; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 56.) They are frequently nominated by the consuls, but their appointment is subject to approval by the Secretary of State, and the department may fill such clerkships directly by appointment from the United States or from American citizens abroad. In nominating persons for clerkships, consuls must give the qualifications of the nominees in the form prescribed by the department, together with the proposed amount of compensation of each clerk and the allowance from which paid. No clerk shall receive increased compensation without the authority of the Secretary of State. All consular clerks shall be clerks in the Foreign Service of the United States of America and shall be graded and classified in the following manner: Clerks in the Foreign Service of the United States of America shall receive, within the limitation of such appropriations as the Congress may make, the basic compensations specified below: 915

Page  916 EO 5642 Executive Orders Senior clerks. Class 1, $4,000; class 2, $3,750; class 3, $3,500; class 4, $3,250; class 5, $3,000. Commissions as senior clerks will be issued to such clerks by the Secretary of State. Junior clerks. Class 1, $2,750; class 2, $2,500; class 3, all clerks whose compensation as fixed by the Secretary of State is less than $2,500 per annum. Appointments to the grade of senior clerk and advancement from class to class in that grade shall hereafter be by promotion for efficient service; and no one shall be promoted to the grade of senior clerk who is not an American citizen and has not served as a clerk in a diplomatic mission or a consulate, or both, or as a clerk in the Department of State for at least five years. The Secretary of State is authorized, at posts where in his judgment it is required by the public interests for the purpose of meeting the unusual or excessive costs of living ascertained by him to exist, to grant compensation to clerks assigned there in addition to the basic rates herein specified, within such appropriations as Congress may make for such purpose. No clerk who is not an American citizen shall hereafter be appointed to serve in a diplomatic mission. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sees. 1-4.) Citizenship of clerks. Preference shall be given to American citizens in nominations for clerkships whenever properly qualified persons can be found. Oath of office. All American clerks are required to take an oath of office. Members of consular oficer'sfamily. The appointment of members of a consular officer's family in his office will be permitted only in exceptional cases where the expediency of such an appointment and the qualifications of the applicant are clearly shown. Changes in clerical personnel. Consular officers must report promptly to the department every change in the clerical personnel of their offices. Efficiency reports and records. The department maintains a system of efficiency reports and records applying to clerks, messengers, and other noncareer subordinates including consular agents, which shall be the basis of promotion. Confidential nature of reports and recommendations. The efficiency records of clerks and other subordinates are strictly confidential, and no efficiency report or rating is to be divulged by any consular officer except to Foreign Service inspectors and supervising consuls general, or persons specially authorized by the department. Clerks commissioned as vice consuls. A clerk at a consulate will be commissioned as vice consul only when conditions at the post make an additional signing officer necessary. 916 F~ II I~Iom 111 log o1m

Page  917 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 25. Prohibition against engaging in business. No consular officer whose salary exceeds $1,000 a year shall, while he holds his office, be interested in or transact any business as a merchant, factor, broker, or other trader, or as a clerk or other agent for any such person to, from, or within the port, place, or limits of his jurisdiction, directly or indirectly, either in his own name or in the name or through the agency of any other person; nor shall he practice as a lawyer for compensation or be interested in the fees or compensation of any lawyer; and he shall in his official bond stipulate as a condition thereof not to violate this prohibition. (34 Stat. L. 101; U.S.C. title 22, secs. 106, 107, 108.) No consular officer whose salary exceeds $1,000 per annum shall make any investments of money within the limits of the country from the government of which he has received his recognition or exequatur. This prohibition applies to the owning of real estate, or of bonds, shares, stocks, mortgages, etc. There is no objection to a consular officer's depositing money in a bank which happens to give interest on current accounts or fixed deposits; and a consular officer may buy a house and land for his own use, but he may not do so as an investment or speculation. 26. Jurisdiction of consuls general. All consuls general are charged with the ordinary duties of a consul within the prescribed limits-of their respective districts. 27. Limits of consular districts. The statute authorizes the President to define the extent of country to be embraced within any consulate. (R.S. 1695; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 55.) The consular commission usually describes these limits as including all places nearer to the official residence of a consul than to the residence of any other consul within the same allegiance. This is to be regarded as the rule by which the limits of the respective districts are to be determined in the absence of instructions specifically defining the consular district. In no case, however, is a consular officer authorized, except under special authorization from the Department of State, to take jurisdiction of consular business outside of the State from the government of which he receives his exequatur. The Department of State may, however, in its discretion, provide that a consular agency shall conduct its business under the supervision of a consular office in the same country without regard to nearness of geographical situation. The limits of a consular agency are always within the district of the consulate to which it is attached, unless the department shall determine otherwise. 28. Neglect of duty or misconduct. Whenever any consular officer willfully neglects or omits to perform seasonably any duty imposed upon him by law, or by any order or instruction made or given in pursuance of law, or is guilty of any willful malfeasance or abuse of power, or of any corrupt conduct in his office, he shall be liable to all persons injured by any such neglect, or omission, malfeasance, abuse, or corrupt 917

Page  918 EO 5642 Executive Orders conduct, for all damages occasioned thereby; and for all such damages, he and his sureties upon his official bond shall be responsible thereon to the full amount of the penalty thereof, to be sued in the name of the United States for the use of the person injured. Such suit, however, shall in no case prejudice, but shall be held in entire subordination to, the interest, claims, and demands of the United States as against any officer, under such bond, for every willful act of malfeasance or corrupt conduct in his office. (R.S. 1735; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 103.) Article II of the Consular Regulations, 1896, entitled "Retirement of Foreign Service Officers," is hereby canceled and the following substituted: ARTICLE II RETIREMENT OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS 31. Retirement of Foreign Service officers provided by law. The law provides for the retirement of Foreign Service officers on account of age or disability and authorizes the President to prescribe rules and regulations to give effect to the statute. The administration of the retirement system is placed under the direction of the Secretary of State. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26.) 32. Retirement on account of age or length of service. When any Foreign Service officer has reached the age of 65 years and rendered at least 15 years of service, he shall be retired; and if any such officer shall have served 30 years, he may be retired at his own request before reaching the age of 65 years. The President may in his discretion retain any such officer on active duty for such period prior to his reaching 70 years of age as he may deem for the interests of the United States. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26d.) 33. Retirement on account of disability. Any Foreign Service officer who before reaching the age of retirement becomes totally disabled for useful and efficient service by reason of disease or injury not due to vicious habits, intemperance, or willful misconduct on his part, shall, upon his own application or upon order of the President, be retired on an annuity. In each case such disability is determined by the report of a duly qualified physician or surgeon designated by the Secretary of State to conduct the examination. Unless the disability be permanent, a like examination is made annually in order to determine the degree of disability, and the payment of annuity ceases from the date of the medical examination showing recovery. The officer may thereupon be reassigned to active duty. Fees for examinations under this provision, together with reasonable traveling and other expenses incurred in order to submit to examination, are paid out of the Foreign Service retirement and disability fund. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26j.) 918 M- e v.-,

Page  919 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 34. Ambassadors, ministers, and persons appointed to the department. Any diplomatic secretary or consular officer who has been or any Foreign Service officer who may hereafter be promoted from the classified service to the grade of ambassador or minister, or appointed to a position in the Department of State, shall be entitled to retirement in the same manner and under the same conditions as Foreign Service officers, and any officer included under the act of May 24, 1924, and the amendment thereto of July 3, 1926, shall be entitled to the benefits of the retirement provisions of the act of February 23, 1931. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26n.) 35. Period of service. The period of service is computed from the date of original oath of office as diplomatic secretary, consul general, consul, vice consul, deputy consul, consular assistant, consular agent, commercial agent, interpreter, or student interpreter, and includes periods of service at different times as either a diplomatic or a consular officer, or while on assignment to the Department of State, or on special duty or service in another department or establishment of the Government, but all periods of separation from the service and so much of any period of leave of absence without pay as may exceed six months are excluded. Service in the Department of State or as clerk in a mission or consulate prior to appointment as a Foreign Service officer may be included in the period of service. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26o.) The President is authorized from time to time to establish, by Executive order, a list of places which by reason of climatic or other extreme conditions are to be classed as unhealthful posts; and each year of duty subsequent to January 1, 1900, at such posts, inclusive of regular leaves of absence, of officers already retired or hereafter retired, shall be counted as one year and a half, and so on in like proportion in reckoning the length of service for the purpose of retirement, fractional months being considered as full months in computing such service. The President may at any time cancel the-designation of any places as unhealthful without affecting any credit which has accrued for service at such posts prior to the date of the cancellation. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26k.) 36. Foreign Service retirement and disability fund. Five per centum of the basic salary of all Foreign Service officers eligible to retirement is contributed to the Foreign Service retirement and disability fund, and the Secretary of the Treasury causes such deductions to be made and the sums to be transferred on the books of the Treasury Department to the credit of the Foreign Service retirement and disability fund for the payment of annuities, refunds, and allowances. All basic salaries in excess of $10,000 per annum shall be treated as $10,000. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26c.) 919

Page  920 EO 5642 6Executive Orders In case service in the Department of State or as clerk in a mission or consulate prior to appointment as Foreign Service officer is included in the period of service, the officer shall pay into the Foreign Service retirement and disability fund a special contribution equal to five per centum of his annual salary for each year of such employment, with interest thereon to the date of payment compounded annually at four per centum, but such special contribution shall be subject to the limitations established by section 26f of the act of February 23, 1931. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26o.) The Secretary of State submits annually a comparative report showing all receipts and disbursements on account of refunds, allowances, and annuities, together with the total number of persons receiving annuities and the amounts paid them, and also submits annually estimates of appropriations necessary to continue the retirement and disability system in full force. The law provides that in no event shall the aggregate total appropriations exceed the aggregate total of the contributions of the Foreign Service officers theretofore made, and accumulated interest thereon. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26a.) The Secretary of the Treasury invests from time to time in interest-bearing securities of the United States such portions of the Foreign Service retirement and disability fund as in his judgment may not be immediately required for the payment of annuities, refunds, and allowances, and the income derived from such investments constitutes a part of said fund. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26g.) 37. Period of contribution. Those officers who retire before having contributed for each year of service shall have withheld from their annuities to the credit of the Foreign Service retirement and disability fund such proportion of five per centum thereof as the number of years in which they did not contribute bears to the total length of service; but no deductions shall be made from the annuities of officers who have contributed 30 years, and no officer shall be required to contribute more than 30 years in any circumstances. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26f.) 38. Annuities. Annuities are paid to retired and disabled Foreign Service officers under the following classification, based upon length of service, and at the following percentages of the average annual basic salary for the 10 years next preceding the date of retirement: Class A, 30 years or more, 60 per centum, Class B, from 27 to 30 years, 54 per centum, Class C, from 24 to 27 years, 48 per centum, Class D, from 21 to 24 years, 42 per centum, Class E, from 18 to 21 years, 36 per centum, Class F, from 15 to 18 years, 30 per centum. 920

Page  921 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 In computing the average annual basic salary for the 10 years next preceding the date of retirement, so much of an officer's service as was rendered prior to July 1, 1924, in accordance with the classification and salaries established by laws then in effect, as it is possible to credit to him by applying to all such periods of service rendered prior to July 1, 1924, the rules for corresponding classes in the reclassification provisions in section 7 of the act of May 24, 1924, shall be considered as having been performed in accordance with the classifications and salaries established for Foreign Service officers in section 3 of the act of May 24, 1924; but increases in annuities effected on July 1, 1931, under this provision shall not operate retroactively, and the provisions shall not be interpreted as reducing the rate of annuity received by any retired officer on July 1, 1931. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26e.) 39. Separation from service before retirement. Whenever a Foreign Service officer becomes separated from the service, except for disability before reaching the age of retirement, or under section 33 of the act of February 23, 1931, the total amount of contribution from his salary with interest thereon at 4 per centum per annum compounded annually up to the date of such separation shall be returned to him. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 261.) 40. Death before retirement. In case a Foreign Service officer dies without having reached the retirement age, the total amount of his contribution with accrued interest is paid to his legal representatives. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26i.) 41. Death of annuitants. In case an annuitant dies without having received in annuities an amount equal to the total amount of his contributions from salary with interest thereon at 4 per centum per annum compounded annually up to the time of his death, the excess of said accumulated contribution over the said annuity payments is paid to his or her legal representatives. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26i.) 42. Discontinuance of annuity. When an annuity is discontinued before the annuitant has received a sum equal to the total amount of his contributions with accrued interest, the difference is paid to him or to his legal representatives. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26j.) 43. Retirement and disability moneys not subject to legal process. None of the moneys mentioned in section 18 of the act of May 24, 1924, or section 26 of the act of February 23, 1931, are assignable, either in law or in equity, or subject to execution, levy, or attachment, garnishment, or other legal process. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26h.) 44. Recall to service. In the event of public emergency any retired Foreign Service officer may be recalled temporarily to active service by the President, and while so 921 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 10

Page  922 EO 5642 6Executive Orders serving he is entitled in lieu of his retirement allowance to the full pay of the class in which he is temporarily serving. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 27.) 45. Involuntary separation from 8ervice. The Secretary of State is hereby authorized to promulgate rules of procedure for the separation of Foreign Service officers from the Foreign Service, in accordance with the conditions hereinafter prescribed, and also to take all measures necessary to insure equitable administration thereof, in conformity with the purposes of section 33 of the act of February 23, 1931. Foreign Service officers so separated from the Foreign Service shall be retired from the service, after a hearing by the Secretary of State, upon an annuity equal to 25 per centum of his salary at the time of retirement in the case of officers over 45 years of age, or in the case of officers under 45 years of age, with a bonus of one year's salary at the time of his retirement, either annuity or one year's salary to be payable out of the Foreign Service officers' retirement and disability fund and except as herein provided, subject to the same provisions and limitations as other annuities payable out of such funds; but no return of contributions shall be made under paragraphs (i) or (1) of section 26 of the act of February 23, 1931, in the case of any Foreign Service officer retired under the provisions of this section. Whenever it is <letermined that the efficiency rating of an officer is unsatisfactory, thereby meaning below the standard required for the service, and such determination has been confirmed by the Secretary of State, the officer shall be notified thereof; and if, after a reasonable period to be determined by the circumstances in each particular case, the rating of such officer continues to be found unsatisfactory and such finding is confirmed by the Secretary of State after a hearing accorded the officer, such officer shall be separated from the service with the annuity or bonus provided in this section, but no officer so separated from the service shall receive the said annuity or bonus unless at the time of separation he shall have served at least 15 years. He shall, however, if he has not served at least 15 years, have returned to him the full sum of his contribution to the annuity fund, with interest thereon at 4 per centum compounded annually. The benefits of this section, except at the option of the Secretary of State the return of an officer's contribution to the annuity fund, shall not be given to Foreign Service officers separated from the Foreign Service on account of malfeasance in office. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 33.) Sections 465 to 473, inclusive, of the Consular Regulations, 1896, are hereby canceled and the following substituted: 922

Page  923 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 LEAVES OF ABSENCE 465. Absence must be reported. All absences of consular officers and employees from their posts, whether by leave or otherwise, must be reported to the Secretary of State and will be regarded as part of the leave of absence authorized by law, during which such officers and employees may be absent without loss of salary, except as otherwise provided in these regulations. (12 Op. Att. Gen. 410.) 466. Absence without leave. No consular officer may be absent from his post or the performance of his duties for more than 10 days at any one time without obtaining permission from the President through the Secretary of State. (18 Stat. L. 77; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 124; 14 Op. Att. Gen. 534.) This provision permitting emergency absence for not to exceed 10 days is intended to relieve those cases of sudden emergency in which there is not sufficient time for communicating with the Secretary of State without endangering the health or affairs of the officer. No Foreign Service officer shall be absent from his post with pay for more than 48 hours without permission, except as authorized in these regulations (secs. 465-474). (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 22.) 467. Conditions under which leaves of absence are granted. Leave of absence is granted, within statutory limitations, at the discretion of the President, acting through the Secretary of State. Leaves of absence are of three kinds: simple leave, leave with permission to visit the United States, and sick leave. A consular officer must receive express permission to return to the United States, in order that he may be entitled to the benefit of the statutory allowance of salary in transit. (a) Simple leave and home leave. The Secretary of State is authorized to grant to any officer or employee of the Foreign Service who is an American citizen, in accordance with law and subject to such rules as may be established in the interests of and with due regard for the exigencies of the service, not to exceed 60 days annual leave of absence with pay. If such officer or employee returns to the United States, the leave of absence granted shall be exclusive of the time actually and necessarily occupied in going to his residence or destination in the United States and in returning to his post by the most direct route, and such time as may be necessarily occupied in awaiting sailing. Any portion of 60 days annual leave not granted or availed of in any one year may be cumulative, not to exceed, exclusive of time in transit and awaiting sailing, 120 days in three years or 180 days in four years. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 22.) (b) Employees not American citizens. Employees, not American citizens, may be granted not to exceed 30 days leave of absence with pay in any one year. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 22.) Such leave shall not be cumulative. 923

Page  924 EO 5642 Executive Orders (c) Leave on account of illness. The Secretary of State is also authorized to grant to any officer or employee of the Foreign Service on account of personal illness or on account of exposure to a contagious disease which would render presence at a post of duty hazardous to the health of fellow employees, sick leave of absence with pay at the rate of 15 days a year, the unused portion of such sick leave to be cumulative not to exceed 120 days. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 22.) (d) Leave without compensation. If consistent with the public interest, leave of absence for good reason may be granted without compensation for a longer time than that stipulated in these regulations for leave of absence with pay. (e) Transit period. Salary will not be paid for more than one transit period in any one calendar year (10 Comp. Dec. 465; 11 Comp. Dec. 123) except that when all or a part of a transit period occurs in a calendar year other than that in which the leave of absence was taken, it will not impair the right of the consular officer to another transit period during that calendar year if leave should be granted. (14 Comp. Dec. 61.) 468. Leave of absence discretionary with President. The statutes limit the period of a consular officer's or employee's absence from his post, but do not require that he be given leave of absence each year. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 22.) The President, acting through the Department of State, will determine in each case whether an officer or employee may be absent. 469. Applications for leave of absence. Every application for leave of absence shall contain full information with respect to the number of days and the character of all leave of absence taken by the applicant during the preceding calendar year and for any prior years which are the basis of a request to be granted accumulated leave, and reference will always be made to official correspondence relating to previous leaves of absence shown in the application. Every such application will state specifically whether the applicant wishes to come to the United States (see section 467). 470. Home leave under orders. The Secretary of State is authorized, whenever he deems it to be in the public interest, to order to the United States on his statutory leave of absence any Foreign Service officer or vice consul of career who has performed three years or more of continuous service abroad. The expenses of transportation and subsistence of such officers and their immediate families, in traveling from their posts to their homes in the United States and return, shall be paid under the same rules and regulations applicable in the case of officers going to and returning from their posts under orders of the Secretary of State when not on leave. While in the United States the services of such officers shall be avail 924

Page  925 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 able for trade-conference work or for such duties in the Department of State as the Secretary of State may prescribe, but the time of such work or duties shall not be counted as leave. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 22.) 471. Canceled by Executive order of September 11, 1923. 472. Leave of absence of vice consuls. The regulations in regard to leaves of absence of principal consular officers are applicable to vice consuls of career and also, with the exception of provisions of section 470, to vice consuls not of career, provided that the Secretary of State is authorized to establish rules and to issue instructions consistent with law, and with due regard for the needs of the service, to permit principal officers to grant leave of absence to vice consuls attached to their offices. Applications for leave of absence by vice consuls of career will be addressed to the Secretary of State and will be transmitted through, and have the approval of, their principal officers. Vice consuls not of career will make application to their principal officers, who will address any necessary communications to the Secretary of State. In cases of emergency a principal officer may grant any vice consul leave, reporting the fact to the Secretary of State and procuring subsequent approval of the action taken. When a vice consul is in charge of an office, he should apply to the Secretary of State for leave in the same manner as if he were the principal. If there is no commissioned officer at the post to take charge, the fact should be reported to the department, by telegraph if necessary, for its consideration. In no circumstances should a consular office, without previous specific authority granted by the department, be left in the charge of any person other than a duly commissioned and bonded American consular officer. 473. Leave of absence of clerks. The regulations in regard to leave of absence of principal consular officers, with the exception of provisions of section 470, are applicable to clerks and other employees in consular offices who are American citizens, except that the Secretary of State is authorized to establish rules and issue instructions consistent with law, and with due regard for the needs of the service, to permit principal officers to grant leave of absence, within the provisions of the law and these regulations, to such clerks and employees in their offices. Clerks and other employees in consular offices who are not American citizens may be granted leave of absence within statutory limits (see section 467) by their principal officers, who shall report the facts to the Secretary of State as required by section 465. In granting leave to clerks and subordinate employees, principal officers will bear in mind that leave must not be granted when the absence of the clerk will interfere 925

Page  926 EO 5642 Executive Orders with the transaction of the business of the office and that the absences of members of the staff will be so arranged that the work can be carried on without additional assistance. Consular officers in charge of posts will endeavor, so far as may be consistent with the proper transaction of the business of their offices, to grant all or part of the leave specified, in order that clerks and employees may have reasonable opportunity for rest and recreation. Article XXV of the Consular Regulations, 1896, entitled "Compensation of Consular Officers" is canceled and the following substituted: ARTICLE XXV COMPENSATION OF CONSULAR OFFICERS 491. Three classes of officers. In regard to the sources of their compensation there are three classes of consular officers, viz, (1) those who are Foreign Service officers and receive their compensation as such from appropriations made by Congress, (2) those who are not Foreign Service officers but who are paid from specific appropriations made by Congress, and (3) consular agents receiving no regular remuneration but who are compensated from the fees collected for official services and in payments from the Treasury of the United States for services to American vessels and seamen. 492. Foreign Service officers. Foreign Service officers assigned as consular officers receive salaries fixed by law and are entitled to compensation at the rate of their respective salaries as Foreign Service officers, with the following exceptions: (a) Absence from post. (1) No consular officer shall receive salary for the time during which he may be absent from his post, by leave or otherwise, in excess of periods of absence which are authorized by law to be taken with pay (see secs. 465-474 of these regulations). (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 22.) (2) When a principal officer is absent from his post for a period exceeding 10 days at any one time, without permission previously obtained from the President through the Department of State, no portion of the salary will be allowed for any time in excess of the 10 days, unless the propriety and necessity of the absence shall be made clear to the department. (18 Stat. L. 77; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 124.) (b) Recallfor malfeasance. A consular officer is not entitled to compensation in case he is recalled for malfeasance except to the date of the delivery of the notification of recall at the consular office to which he was last attached or, in the event of his absence therefrom, its delivery at his last known address; or if the officer resigns in anticipation of such recall, he is entitled to compensation only to the date of the 926 I

Page  927 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5642 acceptance of such resignation. In neither case will compensation be allowed for the time occupied in the transit to the United States. (c) Excess travel time. A consular officer traveling on leave with permission to visit the United States is not entitled to salary in transit for any time in excess of that actually and necessarily occupied in proceeding by direct route and generally adopted method of transport from his post to his place of residence or destination in the United States, or vice versa, and such time as may be necessarily occupied in awaiting sailing, except when complying with specific orders issued by the Department of State (section 467). (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 22.) 493. Compensation when performing diplomatic duties. Within the discretion of the President, any Foreign Service officer may be assigned to act as commissioner, charge d'affaires, minister resident, or diplomatic agent for such period as the public interest may require without loss of grade, class, or salary, provided that no such officer shall receive more than one salary. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 24.) With the exception of commissioner, these appointments are subject to confirmation by the Senate. 494. Additional compensation. For such times as any Foreign Service officer is lawfully authorized to act as charg6 d'affaires ad interim or to assume charge of a consulate general or consulate during the absence of the principal officer at the post to which he shall have been assigned, he shall, if his salary is less than one-half that of such principal officer, receive in addition to his salary as Foreign Service officer, compensation equal to the difference between such salary and one-half of the salary provided by law for the ambassador, minister, or principal consular officer, as the case may be. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 26.) Under such regulations as the President may prescribe, and within the limitations of such appropriations as may be made therefor, which appropriations are hereby authorized, ambassadors, ministers, diplomatic, consular, and Foreign Service officers may be granted allowances for representation, and also post allowances wherever the cost of living may be proportionately so high that in the opinion of the Secretary of State such allowances are necessary to enable such diplomatic, consular, and Foreign Service officers to carry on their work efficiently. All such allowances shall be accounted for to the Secretary of State in such manner and under such rules and regulations as the President may prescribe; and the authorization and approval of such expenditures by the Secretary of State, as complying with such rules and regulations, shall be binding upon all officers of the Government. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 19.) 927

Page  928 EO 5642 6Executive Orders 495. Vice consuls not of career. Vice consuls not of career are compensated as clerks from the regular clerk-hire allowance of the office where their service is performed. They receive no compensation as vice consuls. Vice consuls not of career, receiving compensation as clerks, are entitled to compensation when traveling to and from their posts, or elsewhere, under orders of the Secretary of State, or while on leave of absence, subject to the law and regulations governing leaves of absence. Vice consuls while in charge of a consulate general or consulate during the absence of the principal officer are entitled to additional compensation in the same manner and under the same conditions as Foreign Service officers. (43 Stat. L. 1016, 1017; U.S.C. title 22, secs. 35, 56.) 496. Language officers. Language officers receive their salaries as Foreign Service officers. In addition they may be provided with tuition and quarters. 497. Consular agents. Consular agents are paid by one-half of the fees received in their offices, up to a maximum sum of $1,000, in any one year, the other half being accounted for and paid into the Treasury of the United States. If the total amount of fees received at a consular agency during a fiscal year exceeds $2,000, such surplus must be remitted in full to the Treasury of the United States in addition to the $1,000 due the Government as prescribed above. (34 Stat. L. 101; 43 Stat. L. 142; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 99.) 498. Resignation in the United States. The right to compensation of a consular officer who resigns while in the United States on leave of absence terminates with the date of the acceptance of the resignation, or the lapse of his statutory leave, whichever first occurs. 499. Allowance to widow or heirs. It has been provided by law that whenever a consular officer dies in a foreign country in the discharge of his duty, there shall be paid to his widow, or, if no widow survive him, then to his heirs at law, a sum of money equal to the allowance made to such officer for the time necessarily occupied in making the transit from his post of duty to his residence in the United States. The amount is paid directly to the widow, or heirs, as the case may be. (R.S. sec. 1749; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 130.) 500. Extra compensation prohibited. Except as otherwise provided by statute, the compensation allowed by law to the various Foreign Service officers and other consular officers is in full for all the services rendered and for personal expenses incurred by the persons respectively for whom such compensation is provided, of whatever kind such services or personal expenses may be, or by whatever treaty, law, or instructions they are required; and no allowance, other than such as may be 928

Page  929 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5643 specifically provided by law, is made in any case for the outfit or return home of any such officer or person. (R. S. 1743; U.S.C. title 22, sec. 125.) 501. Fees applicable to salaries and expenses. All fees and other official moneys received by diplomatic missions or consular offices or by district accounting and disbursing offices established under section 35 of the act of February 23, 1931, may be transmitted through the Department of State for deposit in the United States Treasury or may be used in payment of salaries, allowances, and current expenses of such missions and offices, the residue, if any, to be transmitted through the Department of State for deposit in the United States Treasury. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 36.) This order shall take effect on July 1; 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUszE, June 8, 1931. [No. 5642] Executive Order 5643. June 8, 1931 Executive Order Regulations Governing Representation and Post Allowances In pursuance of the authorization contained in section 19 of the act of February 23, 1931 (46 Stat. 1209), which reads as follows: "SEC. 19. That under such regulations as the President may prescribe, and within the limitations of such appropriations as may be made therefor, which appropriations are hereby authorized, ambassadors, ministers, diplomatic, consular, and Foreign Service officers may be granted allowances for representation; and also post allowances wherever the cost of living may be proportionately so high that in the opinion of the Secretary of State such allowances are necessary to enable such diplomatic, consular, and Foreign Service officers to carry on their work efficiently: Provided, That all such allowances shall be accounted for to the Secretary of State in such manner and under such rules and regulations as the President may prescribe and the authorization and approval of such expenditures by the Secretary of State, as complying with such rules and regulations, shall be binding upon all officers of the Government: Providedfurther, That the Secretary of State shall report all such expenditures annually to the Congress with the Budget estimates of the Department of State." 929

Page  930 EO 5643 Executive Orders the following regulations are hereby prescribed to supersede the regulations established by Executive order dated July 22, 1930, which order is hereby canceled: PURPOSES OF ALLOWANCES The purposes for which these allowances are granted, are (1) in the case of representation allowances, the assistance in the establishment and maintenance of official contacts, the upholding of the prestige of the United States in the communities in which its representatives are stationed, and the furtherance of its interests abroad in the ways recognized as customary in various parts of the world, and (2) in the case of post allowances, the supplementing of official income of officers wherever the cost of living is proportionately so high that these allowances are necessary to enable such officers to carry on their work efficiently. SCOPE OF ALLOWANCES Representation allowances are considered to include the following items: 1. Receptions on American national holidays. 2. Functions, formal or informal, such as receptions, dinners, and luncheons, given upon special occasions such as the usual official receptions incident to visits of United States naval vessels or of special commissions, or upon some other important happening, providing the means of reciprocating official courteies received, either at a representative's home or at public places. 3. Tips and gratuities in accordance with custom in the various countries where such gratuities are, in the opinion of the representative, necessary or desirable for the maintenance of the prestige of the United States. 4. Purchases of flowers, wreaths, etc., upon appropriate occasions such as weddings, births, and deaths of important personages. 5. Expenses for entertainment of other kinds than that provided for in paragraphs 1 and 2 when considered reasonable and desirable by the Secretary of State, provided that such expenses are shown to be for activities of representative importance. 6. Any other expenses which in the discretion of the Secretary of State are of a character to promote the representation of the United States abroad. Post allowances are granted for the following purpose: 7. Assistance in adjusting official incomes at certain posts to the ascertained cost of living at such posts. APPORTIONMENT OF ALLOWANCES The Secretary of State is hereby authorized to make such allowances within the amounts appropriated from year to year to such diplomatic, consular, or Foreign Service officers as he may deem desirable to accomplish the purposes for which such allowances are granted. 930

Page  931 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5643 ACCOUNTING Detailed accounts shall be submitted monthly as to the expenditures made from representation allotments and the purposes for which they were made. Supporting vouchers shall be supplied in all cases for expenditures over $5 made under paragraphs 1, 2, 4, and 5 of the section of this order entitled "Scope of Allowances." A specific exception to this requirement is made under paragraph 2, where a function takes place at a representative's home. Vouchers need be submitted in this case only where a caterer or similar purveyor is called upon. In other cases, an officer's certificate as to expenditures made in this connection will be sufficient. In all cases of receptions, dinners, and other entertainment, sufficient information should be included in the account to show the total cost per capita, which shall constitute sufficient detail for accounting purposes. With regard to expenditures under paragraphs 3 and 6 of the section mentioned above, the amounts expended shall be supported by certificates of the officer in charge, except that where any expenditure exceeds $15, a supporting voucher must be obtained. The amount available to any officer should normally be divided into four equal parts, to be availed of to that extent every three months. This will permit an expenditure of more than one-twelfth of the fund in any one month, but will nevertheless prevent a too early exhaustion of the fund. If more than one-fourth is spent in any three months, an explanation should accompany the account for such excess expenditure. Due to express provisions of law, representation allowances may not be used for expenses in connection with any of the following objects: 1. Hire, purchase, operation, maintenance, or repair of any motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles. 2. Club or association dues. 3. Printing or engraving expenses. 4. Purchase of alcoholic beverages. According to law, competitive bids must be obtained for all expenditures in excess of $100, except where it is manifestly impossible to obtain such bids, in which case the circumstances rendering impossible the submission of such bids must be completely set forth. The utmost care shall be exercised in the submission of the accounts for this fund, under the provisions of this order. The character of the appropriation is such that it is incumbent upon each officer in the field who has charge of the expenditure 931

Page  932 EO 5644 E 4Executive Orders of this appropriation to make certain that the items for which he spends the money are amply justified. A post allowance granted to an officer is available only during the part of the fiscal year in which he remains within the district to which he is assigned. In no case may an officer be entitled to more than one-twelfth of his yearly allowance in any one month, fractional months to be prorated similarly, unless otherwise specifically authorized by the Secretary of State. The receipts of officers for post allowances allotted to them under paragraph 7 of the section of this order entitled "Scope of Allowances" will be submitted on Standard Forms Nos. 275 and 275a with the regular accounts of the office to which the officer receiving the allowance is attached; and while itemization of expenditures made from such allowances is not necessary, it is incumbent upon each officer in the field to whom an allowance is made to utilize it to assist him in maintaining a standard of living that will permit him to carry on his work efficiently, as prescribed in the statute quoted above. This order shall become effective July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, June 8, 1981. [No. 5643] Executive Order 5644. June 8, 1931 Executive Order Designation of Unhealthful Posts in the Foreign Service Under and pursuant to the provisions of section 26, paragraph (k), of the act of Congress approved February 23, 1931 (46 Stat. 1212), which paragraph reads as follows: " (k) The President is authorized from time to time to establish, by Executive order, a list of places which by reason of climatic or other extreme conditions are to be classed as unhealthful posts, and each year of duty subsequent to January 1, 1900, at such posts inclusive of regular leaves of absence, of officers already retired or hereafter retired, shall be counted as one year and a half, and so on in like proportion in 932.

Page  933 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5644 reckoning the length of service for the purpose of retirement, fractional months being considered as full months in-computing such service: Provided, however, That the President may at any time cancel the designation of any places as unhealthful without affecting any credit which has accrued for service at such posts prior to the date of the cancellation." the following places, which include those heretofore established as unhealthful posts for the purpose of retirement, under the act of May 24, 1924, by Executive orders dated April 1, 1925, October 20, 1927, November 28, 1927, and April 10, 1930, which Executive orders are hereby canceled, such cancellation to be effective July 1, 1931, are hereby established as unhealthful posts for the purposes of retirement within the meaning of the law above quoted, which supersedes the act of May 24, 1924: Acapulco, Mexico Aden, Arabia Alvaro Obregon (Frontera), Mexico Amoy, China Antilla, Cuba Asunci6n, Paraguay Baghdad, Iraq Bahia, Brazil Bangkok, Siam Barranquilla, Colombia Batavia, Java Belize, British Honduras Bluefields, Nicaragua Bombay, India Buenaventura, Colombia Caibarien, Cuba Calcutta, India Canton, China Cartagena, Colombia Ceiba, Honduras Changsha, China Chungking, China Cienfuegos, Cuba Colombo, Ceylon Corinto, Nicaragua Dakar, Senegal Foochow, China Georgetown, British Guiana Guayaquil, Ecuador Guaymas, Mexico Habana, Cuba Hankow, China Hong Kong Karachi, India Lagos, Nigeria La Guaira, Venezuela La Paz, Bolivia L6opoldville, Belgian Congo Loanda, Angola Lourengo Marques, East Africa Madras, India Managua, Nicaragua ManAos, Brazil Manzanillo, Cuba Manzanillo, Mexico Maracaibo, Venezuela Martinique, French West Indies Matanzas, Cuba Mazatlan, Mexico Medan, Sumatra Monrovia, Liberia Nanking, China Nuevitas, Cuba Para, Brazil Penang, Straits Settlements Pernambuco, Brazil Port Lim6n, Costa Rica Progreso, Mexico Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Puerto Cabello, Venezuela Puerto Castilla, Honduras Puerto Cortes, Honduras Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic Rangoon, India Sagua la Grande, Cuba Saigon, French Indo-China Salina Cruz, Mexico Santa Marta, Colombia 933

Page  934 EO 5645 Executive Orders Santiago, Cuba Swatow, China Santo Domingo, Dominican Taihoku, Taiwan Republic Tampico, Mexico Shanghai, China Tananarive, Madagascar Singapore, Straits Tela, Honduras Settlements Vera Cruz, Mexico Surabaya, Java This order shall become effective July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 8, 1931. INo. 5644] Executive Order 5645. June 8,1931 Executive Order Vesting Certain Power and Authority in the Alien Property Custodian By virtue of the power and authority vested in me by "An act to define, regulate, and punish trading with the enemy, and for other purposes" (40 Stat. 411), known as the "Trading with the enemy Act," approved October 6, 1917, and amendments thereto, I hereby make the following order, rule, and regulation: I hereby vest in the Alien Property Custodian, and in the event of his death, resignation, absence, or disability, in the General Counsel, and in the event of his death, resignation, absence, or disability during his period of authority, then in the Director of Finance and Accounts of the Office of the Alien Property Custodian, all power and authority conferred upon me by the provisions of the act approved October 6, 1917, known as the "Trading with the enemy Act," as amended, pertaining to the deposit, transfer, and payment of moneys, and interest which may have accrued thereon, which may be or have been deposited with the Treasurer of the United States, and to release and deliver property held under and by virtue of said acts: Provided, however, that all claims which are required to be submitted to the Attorney General and to the President, as provided in Executive Order No. 4862 of April 23, 1928, shall continue to be submitted to the Attorney General and to the President. 934

Page  935 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5646 Any order of payment of money, and interest, which may be executed by said officials shall constitute a ratification of all previous orders or acts, by virtue of which the funds in the possession of the Treasurer of the United States have been placed to the credit of the particular trusts on which such orders are drawn. I hereby revoke all former orders in conflict herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 8, 1931. [No. 5645] Executive Order 5646. June 9, 1931 Executive Order Transfer of Lands from the Selway to the Bitterroot National Forest Idaho Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that a part of the existing boundary between the Selway and Bitterroot National Forests in the State of Idaho be modified so that the portion of the boundary thereby affected will hereafter be described as follows: Beginning on the Montana-Idaho State boundary line at monument 323.925, which is also on the boundary between the Selway and Bitterroot National Forests; thence westerly following the hydrographic divide between the headwaters of Cub Creek, Brushy Fork, Fry Pan Creek, and Gardiner Fork on the north and the tributaries of White Cap Creek, the headwaters of Lookout and Bad Luck Creeks on the south to an intersection with the hydrographic divide between Gardiner Creek (tributary to Selway River) and Bad Luck Creek; thence southerly and westerly along the hydrographic divide between Gardiner Creek on the west, and Bad Luck Creek and minor tributaries of the Selway River on the east and south respectively to an intersection with the Selway River; thence across said river and southerly along the hydrographic divide between Green Ridge Creek on the west and Selway River on the east to the hydrographic divide at the head of Green Ridge Creek; thence southerly along the hydrographic divide between Eagle Creek on the west and Crooked Creek on the east, passing Mount Aura and Green Ridge to the intersection with the present Selway-Bitterroot Forest boundary, which is a point about 1% miles north of Spot Mountain triangulation station. 935

Page  936 EO 5647 Executive Orders It is intended by this Executive order to transfer from the Selway National Forest to the Bitterroot National Forest lands lying to the south and east of the above-described line. No publicly owned lands are being given a national-forest status which have hitherto not had such status, neither are any publicly owned lands being removed from a national-forest status. The said transfer is to be effective on July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 9, 1931. [No. 5646] Executive Order 5647. June 9, 1931 Executive Order Inspection of Income-Tax Returns Pursuant to the provisions of section 257(a) of the Revenue Act of 1926 and section 55 of the Revenue Act of 1928, it is hereby ordered that returns may be open to inspection by State officers for State income-tax purposes and by beneficiaries under a will, in accordance and upon compliance with the amendment, bearing even date herewith, to the rules and regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury and approved by the President, bearing date of April 13, 1926, as amended. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, June 9, 19S1. [No. 5647] 936 — ~- su..

Page  937 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5647 (T. D. 4317) Amending T. D. 3856, as Amended, to Permit Inspection of Returns by Beneficiaries, and by State Officers for State Income Tax Purposes. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Washington, D. C. To Collectors of Internal Revenue and Others Concerned: Treasury Decision 3856 (C.B. V-1, 106), as amended by Treasury Decisions 4187 (C.B. VII-2, 161), 4264 (C.B. VIII-1, 93), and 4291 (C.B. IX-1, 127) (being regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury and approved by the President, applicable to the inspection of returns under the Revenue Act of 1928 and prior Revenue Acts), is further amended by changing paragraphs 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 thereof to read as follows: 3. Information returns and other written statements filed with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue designed to be supplemental to or to become a part of tax returns shall be subject to the same rules and regulations as to inspection as are the tax returns themselves. 5. The return of an individual shall be open to inspection (a) by the person who made the return, or by his duly constituted attorney in fact; (b) if the maker of the return has died, by the administrator, executor, or trustee of his estate, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such administrator, executor, or trustee; (c) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kid, or beneficiary under the will, of such deceased person, upon a showing that such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary has a material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (d) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection, by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon the individual, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for State income tax purposes. 6. A joint return of a husband and wife shall be open to inspection (a) by either spouse for whom the return was made, upon satisfactory evidence of such relationship being furnished, or by his or her duly constituted attorney in fact; (b) if either spouse has died, by the administrator, executor, or trustee of his or her estate, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such administrator, executor, or trustee; (c) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of such deceased spouse, upon a showing that such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary has a material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (d) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection, by an officer of any State having a law imposing an 937 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 11

Page  938 EO 5647 Executive Orders income tax upon either spouse, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for State income tax purposes. 7. The return of a partnership shall be open to inspection (a) by any individual who was a member of such partnership during any part of the time covered by the return upon satisfactory evidence of such fact being furnished, or by his duly constituted attorney in fact; (b) if a member of such partnership during any part of the time covered by the return has died, by the administrator, executor, or trustee of his estate, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such administrator, executor, or trustee; (c) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of such deceased person, upon a showing that such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary has a material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (d) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection, by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon the partnership or upon any member thereof in respect of income therefrom, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for State income tax purposes. 8. The return of an estate shall be open to inspection (a) by the administrator, executor, or trustee of such estate, or by his duly constituted attorney in fact; (b) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of the deceased person for whose estate the return is made, upon a showing of material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (c) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection, by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon the estate or upon any beneficiary of the estate in respect of income therefrom, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for State income tax purposes. 9. The return of a trust shall be open to inspection (a) by the trustee or trustees, jointly or severally, or the duly constituted attorney in fact of such trustee or trustees; (b) by any individual who was a beneficiary of such trust during any part of the time covered by the return, upon satisfactory evidence of such fact being furnished, or by his duly constituted attorney in fact; (c) if any individual who was a beneficiary of such trust during any part of the time covered by the return has died, by the administrator, executor, or trustee of his estate, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such administrator, executor, or trustee; (d) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of such deceased person, upon a showing that such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary has a material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (e) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection, by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon 938

Page  939 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5648 the trust or upon any beneficiary of the trust in respect of income therefrom, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for State income tax purposes. A W MELLON Secretary of the Treasury. Approved HERBERT HOOVER The White House. June 9, 1931 Executive Order 5648. June 11, 1931 Executive Order Accounts and Returns, Foreign Service The regulations established in this Executive order shall be effective and binding not only as Consular Regulations but as amendments and additions to the Instructions to Diplomatic Officers, and they shall be in substitution for and effect the cancellation of all parts of the Instructions to Diplomatic Officers which are inconsistent therewith. It is therefore ordered that these regulations shall be incorporated into the Instructions to Diplomatic Officers, in so far as they are applicable thereto; and express authorization is given for their use for this purpose under different titles and numerical designations and also appropriately to change references to consular officers or consular offices, wherever they occur, to refer to diplomatic officers or diplomatic missions. Following section 578 of the Consular Regulations of the United States, insert the following title and sections: ACCOUNTa AND RETURNS WITHIN CERTAIN PRESCRIBED FISCAL DISTRICTS 579. Esteblishment of fiscal districts and creation of district accounting and disursin ofjices to exercise control over the accounting and disbursing work of the Foreign Serice posts located therein. The Secretary of State is hereby authorized, whenever the necessity for such offices with a view to effecting economies in accounting procedure is apparent, to prescribe certain fiscal districts or areas and to establish within each such district as a part of the Department of State services, a district accounting and dis 939

Page  940 EO 5648 Executive Orders bursing office to exercise control over the accounts and returns of all diplomatic missions and consular offices within the district in such manner as the Secretary of State may direct. To each such office may be assigned the administrative accounting responsibility for receipts and expenditures of the diplomatic missions and consular fficea within the district. Each district office shall be in the charge of an accountable officer, to whom all fees and other official moneys received by any diplomatic, consular, r Foreign Service officer may be accounted for, under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of State, all such fees and moneys, or the residue thereof after the payment of salaries, allowances, and current expenses of the diplomatic missions and consular offices within the district, to be paid by the district accounting and disbursing officer into the Treasury of the United States. Such district accounting and disbursing officers accountable for public moneys may entrust moneys to other bonded officers for the purpose of having them make disbursements as their agents; and the officer to whom the moneys are entrusted, as well as the officer who entrusts the moneys to him, shall be held pecuniarily responsible therefor to the United States. All diplomatic, consular, or Foreign Service officers on duty within the area covered by such district offices may be required to render accounts of their disbursements to the officer in charge of such district office to be included in his accounts. Said district accounting and disbursing officers and their agents shall be bonded respectively to the United States for the faithful performance of their duties in such penal amounts as the Secretary of State may require. (Act of Feb. 23, 1931, sec. 35.) 580. General accounts required within the jurisdiction of a district accounting and disbursing o.ice. Diplomatic, consular, or Foreign Service officers on duty within the area covered by a district accounting and disbursing office will forward to such district office, rather than to the Department of State, such accounts and returns as the Secretary of State may prescribe. No accounts and returns will be required of such diplomatic and consular officers with respect to such of their fiscal transactions as the Secretary of State may from time to time establish, by appropriate instructions, as exclusive or primary functions of such district offices. 581. Accounting for receipts to district accounting and disbursing officers. All receipts from consular fees and all other official receipts of any Foreign Service post within the jurisdiction of a district accounting and disbursing office will be included in accounts and returns of the responsible diplomatic, consular, or Foreign Service officers to the district office at the same intervals and in a manner similar to that prescribed in Article XXVII of these regulations for the submission of such accounts 940

Page  941 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5648 and returns directly to the Department of State by all officers not within a fiscal district. 582. Payments and disbursements to be made by district accounting and disbursing offices. District accounting and disbursing offices shall pay, by checks for American currency drawn on the Treasurer of the United States, and in accordance with instructions issued by the Secretary of State, the salaries and allowances for personal services due to all diplomatic, consular, or Foreign Service officers and employees stationed at the Foreign Service posts within the jurisdiction of the respective district offices (except minor employees paid in foreign currency from appropriations for contingent expenses); and any other official expenses of Foreign Service posts may be paid in the same manner when so directed by the Secretary of State. 583. Drafts to be drawn in fiscal districts only in cases of emergency. Diplomatic, consular, and Foreign Service officers stationed within the district of any district accounting and disbursing office will draw and negotiate drafts in accordance with sections 570-578 of these regulations and pertinent instructions, only in cases of emergency, when it is necessary to make payments that may not properly be delayed until money can be procured by requisition from the appropriate district accounting and disbursing office. 584. Accounting regulations-when applicable. All regulations and instructions pertaining to the accounts and returns of consular officers will be binding upon officers stationed within the district of any Foreign Service district accounting and disbursing office, except as they are modified by sections 579-584 of these regulations or by instructions issued with respect thereto by the Secretary of State. Sections 579-584 of these regulations, and instructions issued with respect thereto by the Secretary of State, will not be binding upon consular officers stationed outside the district of any Foreign Service accounting and disbursing office. This order shall take effect July 1, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 11, 1981. [No. 5648] 941

Page  942 EO 5649 Executive Orders Executive Order 5649. June 12, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Helen Terrill Mays Mrs. Helen Terrill Mays may be appointed to a clerical position in the classified service of the Treasury Department without compliance with the requirements of the civil-service rules. Mrs. Mays is the widow of William O. Mays, who served as prohibition administrator of the eleventh district, with headquarters at Louisville, Ky., from October 17, 1925, to the date of his death on November 2, 1929. Mr. Mays's death left Mrs. Mays without means of support. Mrs. Mays has served temporarily as a special employee in the Bureau of Industrial Alcohol and has rendered satisfactory service. This order is recommended by the Secretary of the Treasury. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 12, 1931. [No. 5649] Executive Order 5650. June 18, 1931 Executive Order Public Water Reserve No. 142 Oregon Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), entitled "An act to authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter listed be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, and reserved for public use in accordance with the provisions of section 10 of the act of December 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 862): 942 I -"~"~~~""~~~~~~""^'-"sU~ - -— -

Page  943 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5651 WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 19 S., R. 18 E., sec. 18, lots 7, 8, 9, and 10, SW. M NE. M. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 18, 1931. [No. 5650] Executive Order 5651. June 18,1931 Executive Order Partial Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Minnesota It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4889 of May 26,1928, withdrawing certain public lands in Minnesota for classification and in aid of legislation, be, and it is hereby, revoked as to such of the lands not reserved by the act of Congress approved July 10, 1930 (46 Stat. 1020). And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85, approved June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights and the provisions of existing withdrawals, the public lands in the areas released from such withdrawal shall be opened only to entry under the homestead laws by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by said resolution, under the terms and conditions of said resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, for a period of 91 days beginning with the 63d day from and after the date hereof, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to such lands by settlement in advance of entry, or otherwise except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 18, 1931. [No. 5651] 943

Page  944 EO 5652 EExecutive Orders Executive Order 5652. June 18,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey Colorado Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in sections 2 to 10 inclusive, 15 to 22 inclusive, T. 9 S., R. 95 W., sixth principal meridian, Colorado, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 18, 19S1. [No. 5652] Executive Order 5653. June 20, 1931 Executive Order Power-Site Restoration No. 462 Colorado So much of the orders of December 4, 1909, creating Temporary Power-Site Withdrawal No. 81, and July 2, 1910, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 81, as affects the lands hereinafter described, is hereby revoked: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 2 S., R. 73 W., sec. 35, SW. %, SW. % SE. %. 944

Page  945 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5654 T. 3 S., R. 73 W., sec. 1, NW. YNW. %, S. % N. %, N. X S. 4; sec. 2, N. 3, N. % SE. 4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 20, 1931. [No. 5653] Executive Order 5654. June 20, 1931 Executive Order Duck Creek Administrative-Site Addition Montana Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that lot 15 sec. 5, and lot 1 sec. 6, T. 8 N., R. 3 E., Montana meridian, Montana, containing 110.97 acres, be temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, except as provided in said acts, and be reserved for use by the Forest Service as an addition to Duck Creek Ranger Station in connection with the administration of the Helena National Forest. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 20, 19S1. [No. 5654] 945

Page  946 EO 5655 Executive Orders Executive Order 5655. June 22, 1931 Executive Order Public Water Restoration No. 69 Arizona So much of Executive order of May 25, 1920, creating Public Water Reserve No. 72, Arizona, as affects the land hereinafter listed is hereby revoked, and all such land not otherwise reserved or withdrawn is hereby restored to the public domain and shall become subject to disposition under the laws applicable thereto upon such date and after such notice as may be hereafter determined and announced. GILA AND SALT RIVER MERIDIAN T. 21 S., R. 17 E., sec. 15, W. % SE. % NW. % SE. X, SW. Y NW. % SE. X, NW. Y SW. Y SE. %, W. X SE. Y SW. % SE. X, SW. Y SW. Y SE. U, E. X SE. % NE. % SW. X, E. X NE. Y SE. Y SW. X, E. % SE. Y SE. % SW. 4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 22, 1981. [No. 5655] Executive Order 5656. June 22, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey Wyoming Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 32 N., R. 95 W., sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, be, and the same are hereby, with 946

Page  947 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5657 drawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President, or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 22, 1931. [No. 5656] Executive Order 5657. June 24, 1931 Executive Order Amending Schedule A of the Civil-Service Rules Schedule A of the civil-service rules, Subdivision II-State Department, paragraph 2, is hereby amended to read: "Assistants to the Legal Adviser." HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 24, 1931. [No. 5657] Executive Order 5658. June 24, 1931 Executive Order Form, Style, and Safeguarding of Executive Orders and Proclamations For the purpose of securing greater uniformity in the form and style and for the better safeguarding of the texts of Executive orders and proclamations, Executive Order No. 5220 of November 8, 1929, entitled "Uniform Style and Safeguarding of 947

Page  948 EO 5659 Executive Orders Proclamations and Executive Orders," is hereby rescinded and superseded by the following regulations. 1. The draft Executive orders and proclamations shall be prepared as follows: (a) Punctuation, capitalization, orthography, and other matters of style shall conform to the most recent edition of the "Style Manual of the Government Printing Office." (b) The spelling of geographic names shall conform to the most recent decisions of the United States Geographic Board (see Executive Orders No. 27-A of September 4, 1890, and No. 399 of January 23, 1906). (c) Descriptions of tracts of lands shall conform, so far as practicable, with the most recent edition of the "Specifications for Descriptions of Tracts of Land for Use in Executive Orders and Proclamations" prepared by the Board of Surveys and Maps of the Federal Government. (d) A suitable title shall be provided. (e) The typewritten drafts shall be double-spaced, on paper 8 by 12% inches, and shall have a left-hand margin of 2 inches. 2. The draft Executive orders and proclamations shall be forwarded in quadruplicate to the Department of State. That department shall review them and, upon its being ascertained that they conform with the above specifications, shall transmit the original and one additional copy to the President. 3. The Department of State shall have custody of the signed originals of all Executive orders and proclamations and shall supervise their publication. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, June 24, 1931. [No. 5658] Executive Order 5659. June 25, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Florence R. Hopkins Mrs. Florence R. Hopkins may be appointed to a suitable position in the Treasury Department without compliance with the civil-service rules. 948

Page  949 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5660 Mrs. Hopkins is the widow of Henry I. Hopkins, who spent 18 years in the Government service and died on June 14, 1926, from injuries the cause of which has never been determined. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of the Treasury. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 25, 1931. [No. 5659] Executive Order 5660. June 26, 1931 Executive Order Transferring Control and Administration of Certain Land to the Secretary of the Interior Nevada It is hereby ordered that the lands hereinafter described, that were withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry by order of withdrawal dated September 30, 1926, and held for the exclusive use and benefit of the United States Navy for the development of and use as an ammunition depot, be, and the same are hereby, placed under the control of the Secretary of the Interior for disposition as provided by the act of July 5, 1884 (23 Stat. 103), or as may be otherwise provided by law: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN T. 28 N., R. 18 E., all of township. T. 29 N., R. 18 E., all of township. T. 28 N., R. 19 E., all of township. T. 29 N., R. 19 E., all of township. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 26, 1931. [No. 5660] 949

Page  950 EO 5661 Executive Orders Executive Order 5661. July 1,1931 Executive Order Amendments to the Consular Regulations The final sentence of the last paragraph of section 21 of the Consular Regulations as established by Executive Order No. 5642 of June 8, 1931, is hereby canceled. The following section is hereby established in Article I of the Consular Regulations, 1896: 29. Responsibility for office during absence of principal officer. During the absence of the principal officer, the ranking consular officer, or a consular officer specifically designated by the Secretary of State, shall assume full charge of the office under his bond. Determination of ranking officer. The ranking consular officer shall be determined by consular grade in the following order of precedence: Consuls general, consuls, vice consuls of career, vice consuls not of career. In case there are at the post two or more officers of the same grade, the senior officer shall be determined by rank in the classified Foreign Service; and in the case of officers of the same grade who hold commissions in the same class of Foreign Service officers, the one whose consular commission assigning him to the post bears the earliest date shall take precedence. Seniority between vice consuls of career at the same post shall be determined in the manner indicated in the preceding paragraph except that the salary grades established for Foreign Service officers unclassified shall be considered as separate classes in determining the order of rank of such officers. Seniority between vice consuls not of career shall be governed by the dates of consular commissions to the post. (See also sec. 442.) Section 442 of the Consular Regulations, 1896, is amended to read as follows: 442. Rank by seniority in the same grade. Consular officers of the United States are entitled to enjoy the rank and precedence above stated. This precedence shall be determined, among officers of the same grade, in accordance with the provisions of section 29 of these regulations. For their relative rank among their colleagues representing other countries at the same place, see section 76. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 1, 1981. [No. 5661] 950

Page  951 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5663 Executive Order 5662. July 1, 1931 Executive Order Exception from Examination of Cooperative Employees Enforcing the Plant Quarantine Act, Department of Agriculture Schedule A of positions excepted from examination under the civil-service rules is hereby amended, in Subdivision IX, Department of Agriculture, by the addition to the first paragraph of a new clause (i), to read as follows: (i) Inspectors, scouts, trap tenders, truck drivers, and operators of mechanical equipment, such as sprayers, burners, plows, and rakes, employed temporarily in the field in cooperation with the various States in connection with the enforcement of the Plant Quarantine Act. They shall serve only so long as absolutely required and in no <case beyond 180 days in any one year. The name of the employee, designation, rate of pay, and place of employment shall be shown in the periodical reports of changes; and in addition the aggregate individual service rendered and the distribution of such service during the year shall be shown in the report of changes at the end of each year or when the employee is separated from the service. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 1, 1931. [No. 5662] Executive Order 5663. July 1, 1931 Executive Order Designation of Horace Paul Bestor as Farm Loan Commissioner Under the provisions of section 3 of the Federal Farm Loan Act, approved July 17, 1916 (39 Stat. 360), Horace Paul Bestor, who has been duly appointed a member of the Federal Farm Loan Board, is hereby designated Farm Loan Commissioner of said board until otherwise directed. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 1, 19S1. [No. 5663] 951

Page  952 EO 5664 Executive Orders Executive Order 5664. July 2, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Use as Naval Ammunition Depot Nevada Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the following described lands in the State of Nevada be, and they are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation and held for the exclusive use and benefit of the United States Navy Department for development of and use as an ammunition depot, until this order is revoked by the President or by act of Congress: Those parts of tracts 39, 42, 43, and 46 per plat of resurvey approved December 7, 1922, embracing those lands included in the following described subdivisions of the original survey thereof per plat approved October 27, 1880, viz: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN NEVADA T. 8 N., R. 30 E., lot 1, NW.% NE.Y4, NE.% NW.%, SW.Y% NW.%, N.% SW.%, sec. 16; lot 1, NE.% SE.%, sec. 17; S.% SW.Y sec. 20. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, Juily, 1931. [No. 5664] 952

Page  953 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5666 Executive Order 5665. July 2, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of A. D. Forsythe Mr. A. D. Forsythe may be appointed to an existing vacancy in the Bureau of Construction and Repair, Navy Department, in the Subprofessional Service, grade 4, at $1,620 per annum, without regard to the Civil Service Act or rules. Mr. Forsythe is the stepson of Mr. William G. Hughes, who was employed in the Bureau of Construction and Repair for 31 years, and who was killed in the Knickerbocker Theater collapse in 1922. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Acting Secretary of the Navy. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, July S, 19S1. [No. 5665] Executive Order 5666. July 3, 1931 Executive Order Permitting Persons Holding Certain Positions to Receive Appointments under the Department of Commerce Executive Order No. 9 of January 17, 1873, prohibiting the holding of Federal and State offices at the same time, is hereby amended so as to permit persons holding State, Territorial, or municipal positions to receive, unless prohibited by law, appointments under the Department of Commerce when the Secretary of that 953 24-519 0 - 74- vol. II - 12

Page  954 EO 5667 Executive Orders department deems such employment necessary to secure a more efficient administration of the duties of his department. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July S, 1931. [No. 5666] Executive Order 5667. July 6,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey Oregon Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in secs. 13 to 36 inclusive, T. 16 S., R. 9 W., Willamette meridian, Oregon, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said sections under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 6, 1931. [No. 5667] 954

Page  955 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5669 Executive Order 5668. July 6, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Land for Target Range Wyoming Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts and also subject to valid existing rights in and to the same and to prior existing withdrawals, it is hereby ordered that the SW. % NE. 4, SE. X NW. X, NE. % SW. %, NW. Y SE. X sec. 3, T. 33 N., R. 99 W., of the sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, sale, location, entry, and all forms of appropriation, for use as a target range by the Wyoming National Guard. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THx WHITE HOUSE, July 6, 1931. [No. 5668] Executive Order 5669. July 14, 1931 Executive Order Public Water Restoration No. 70 Montana and Utah So much of Executive orders of April 28, 1917, creating Public Water Reserve No. 49, Montana No. 4, and March 29, 1912, creating Public Water Reserve No. 1, Utah No. 1, as affects the land hereinafter listed is hereby revoked, and all such land not otherwise reserved or withdrawn is hereby restored to the public domain and shall 955

Page  956 EO 5670 Executive Orders become subject to disposition under the laws applicable thereto upon such date and after such notice as may be hereafter determined and announced. MONTANA MONTANA MERIDIAN Lands affected in Public Water Reserve No. 49: T. 16 N., R. 30 E., sec. 20, lot 5. UTAH SALT LAKE MERIDIAN Lands affected in Public Water Reserve No. 1: T. 20 S., R. 19 W., sec. 10, SW. 4 NE. X4, NW. X4 SE. 4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 14, 1931. [No. 56691 Executive Order 5670. July 22, 1931 Executive Order -— 0 Transfer of Certain Land from Military Reservation to Siuslaw National Forest Oregon It is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter described which was reserved by Executive order of November 24, 1903, for the use of the War Department in connection with the improvement of Umpqua River be, and the same is hereby, released from said reservation: Lot 6 sec. 8, T. 22 S., R. 10 W., Willamette meridian, containing 23 acres. In accordance with proclamation of March 2, 1907 (34 Stat. 3301), this land becomes a part of the Siuslaw National Forest. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 22, 1931. [No. 5670] 956 e -- -sr

Page  957 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5671 Executive Order 5671. July 29,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands in Aid of Legislation Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon In order to protect the interests of the Government, the public, the railroad company, and in aid of contemplated legislation, the tracts of public land described herein, lying within the odd-numbered sections within the first, second, and mineralindemnity limits of the grants to the Northern Pacific Railroad (now Railway) Co., under the act of Congress approved July 2, 1864 (13 Stat. 365), and under the joint resolution approved May 31, 1870 (16 Stat. 378), containing 5,405.18 acres, are, under the act of Congress approved June 25, 1929 (46 Stat. 41), and in aid of such legislation as may be had under section 8 thereof, hereby withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, or other form of disposition. Any of the described tracts which may be embraced in a prior valid claim existing at this date are excepted, however, from the force and effect of the withdrawal so long as such claim is maintained in accordance with the law under which it is asserted and the regulations thereunder. WISCONSIN FOURTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 40 N., R. 5 W., sec. 15, lot 1; T. 44 N., R. 9 W., sec. 17, lot 2; T. 42 N., R. 15 W., sec. 25, lot 6; T. 48 N., R. 15 W., sec. 11, lot 5. MINNESOTA FOURTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 55 N., R. 12 W., sec. 23, lot 3; T. 55 N., R. 18 W., sec. 7, SW. x NE. ]4, NW. 3% SE. 4; T. 55 N., R. 22 W., sec. 9, NE. Y SE. 3; T. 55 N., R. 24 W., sec. 11, lot 9; T. 56 N., R. 25 W., sec. 29, lot 1; FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 141 N., R. 27 W., sec. 33, NW. Y SE. 4; T. 141 N., R. 29 W., sec. 33, lot 1; T. 134 N., R. 30 W., sec. 1, SE. Y SW. 4, SW. 4 SE. 4; 957

Page  958 EO 5671 Executive Orders T. 141 N., R. 30 W., sec. 27, lot 8; sec. 33, lot 4; T. 141 N., R. 32 W., sec. 19, lot 5; sec. 29, lot 5; T. 135 N., R. 33 W., sec. 11, SW. % SW. %; T. 141 N., R. 33 W., sec. 17, lot 5; sec. 27, lot 4; T. 141 N., R. 34 W., sec. 1, lot 3; T. 141 N., R. 35 W., sec. 11, lot 4; T. 143 N., R. 35 W., sec. 13, lot 1; T. 144 N., R. 35 W., sec. 31, NW. Y SE. M; T. 132 N., R. 40 W., sec. 29, NW. Y SW. %; T. 147 N., R. 40 W., sec. 27, lot 5; T. 139 N., R. 41 W., sec. 15, lots 3, 4, 5, N. % SW. M; T. 140 N., R. 41 W., sec. 29, lot 1; T. 141 N., R. 44 W., sec. 23, SW. %} SW. S. NORTH DAKOTA FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 147 N., R. 84 W., sec. 15, lot 2 in NW. Y NW. M. MONTANA PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 11 N., R. 9 E., sec. 29, NE. % NW. X; T. 10 N., R. 11 E., sec. 25, lots 1, 4; T. 10 N., R. 13 E., sec. 25, lots 1, 2, 3; sec. 27, lots 4, 5, 6, 7; sec. 31, lots 8, 9; T. 2 N., R. 54 E., sec. 23, NE. % SW. 4; T. 6 S., R. 3 W., sec. 17, N. Y NE. % NE. Y NE. Y; T. 4 S., R. 43 E., sec. 23, lot 3; T. 5 S., R. 43 E., sec. 17, lot 4; T. 3 S., R. 49 E., sec. 9, NE. N NW. S. WYOMING SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 57 N., R. 98 W., sec. 15, N. Y NW. %; sec. 19, lot 1, NW. % NE. 4, NE. % NW. h; T. 58 N., R. 102 W., sec. 35, SW. Y SE. 4. IDAHO BOISE MERIDIAN T. 47 N., R. 2 E., sec. 31, lot 1; T. 40 N., R. 4 E., sec. 3, W. Y SW. %. WASHINGTON WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 6 N., R. 5 E., sec. 21, E. Y NE. %, E. M SE. 4; 958 i pO*yPiQPCYf Illp -~I _q q~~l~~sl*Cn_-ClllPIPULII ~ --- ~-~illlll(ls*l~~LI_

Page  959 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5672 sec. 31, lot 2; T. 12 N., R. 8 E., sec. 7, lots 7, 8, 15; sec. 9, lots 3, 6, 7, NW. % SE. ~; sec. 19, lots 9, 10; T. 12 N., R. 9 E., sec. 7, N. Y NW. X; T. 13 N., R. 9 E., sec. 9, lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; T. 32 N., R. 42 E., sec. 7, S. Y S. %; sec. 17, all; sec. 19, all; sec. 21, all; sec. 29, all; sec. 31, lot 1, NE. Y, NE. % NW. Y; T. 8 N., R. 2 W., sec. 23, lot 4; T. 21 N., R. 4 W., sec. 13, SE. Y NW. Y; T. 8 N., R. 5 W., sec. 3, lot 2; sec. 7, lot 4; T. 9 N., R. 5 W., sec. 35, SE. 4; T. 9 N., R. 8 W., sec. 11, SE. 4 NE. %, NE. 3 SE. 4, S. 4Y SE. M; T. 12 N., R. 10 W., sec. 31, lot 1; T. 10 N., R. 11 W., sec. 23, lot 6; T. 13 N., R. 11 W., sec. 17, lot 1. OREGON WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 4 N., R. 4 W., sec. 27, NE. Y SW. 4; T. 5 N., R. 7 W., sec. 25, SW. Y SW. %; T. 3 N., R. 8 W., sec. 11, lot 2; T. 2 S., R. 4 W., sec. 1, lot 6. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 29, 1981. [No. 5671] Executive Order 5672. August 3, 1931 Executive Order Public Water Reserve No. 143 Colorado and Wyoming Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), entitled "An act to authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress 959

Page  960 EO 5673 Executive Orders approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter listed be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry and reserved for public use in accordance with the provisions of section 10 of the act of December 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 865): COLORADO SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 8 N., R. 97 W., sec. 1, W. % SW. 4; sec. 2, N. 3 SE. %; sec. 29, lots 8 and 9. WYOMING SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 45 N., R. 85 W., sec. 2, lot 1. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 3, 1931. [No. 5672] Executive Order 5673. August 4, 1931 Executive Order Tongass National Forest Alaska Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 34-36), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the tracts of land in Alaska lying within the following-described boundaries, heretofore occupied as home sites or for cannery purposes, be, and the same are hereby, excluded from the Tongass National Forest and restored to entry under the applicable public land laws: Chs. Beginning at Corner No. 1, at the head of a small bight on the line of mean high tide, on the easterly shore of Clover Pass, Revillagigedo Island, northeast of Survey Point and abreast of Clover Island, in ap 960.li. - -- ---— p~ --- —-i-~~ --- —---------— ~ --- —- - ~ —~ — ~s ---

Page  961 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5673 Chs. proximate latitude 55~ 28.5' N., longitude 131~ 47.5' W., which corer is a squared hemlock stake marked HS1; from which A red cedar bears S. 10~ E., 0.64 lks. distant, blazed low and marked WHS1. Thence with meanders of mean high tide: (1) N. 17~ W., 0.82 chs.; (2) N. 29~ E., 1.70 chs.; (3) N. 10~ W., 1.15 chs.; (4) N. 45~ W., 0.49 chs.; (5) N. 50~ W., 1.60 chs.; (6) S. 73~ W., 2.39 chs.; (7) N. 57~ W., 1.20 chs.; to Corner No. 2, which is a hemlock stake set at mean high tide line in mound of rocks, marked HS2; from which A spruce, 29 in. diam., bears S. 29~ E., 95 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS2. Thence south. 4. 00 Corer No. 3, which is a hemlock tree, 10 in. diam., blazed and marked HS3; from which A hemlock, 12 in. diam., bears S. 50~ W., 12 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS3. Thence S. 78~ E. 4. 50 Corner No. 1, and the place of beginning, containing approximately 1.75 acres. The survey was made August 24, 1927; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 31~ E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at Corner No. 1, meander corner, on north side of Port Conclusion, Baranof Island, near its head, at the line of mean high tide, in approximate latitude 56~ 14' 30" N., longitude 134~ 41' W., which corner is a cross chiseled on a slate cone-shaped rock in place, 20 inches in diameter, 24 inches high, protruding from and a part of a slate ledge, marked XMC1; from which A spruce, 12 in. diam., bears N. 66~ W., 78 lks. distant, marked XBT1MC. A spruce, 29 in. diam., bears S. 24~ W., 68 lks. distant, marked XBT1MC. ' Point on south side of entrance to Port Conclusion bears N. 42~ E. Thence with meanders along the line of approximate mean high tide: (1) S. 54~ 18' E., 0.74 chs.; (2) S. 36~ W., 0.87 chs.; (3) S. 16~ 40' W., 0.67 chs.; (4) S. 480 40' E., 1.33 chs.; (5) S. 24~ W., 0.74 chs.; (6) S. 68~ 50' W., 1.48 chs.; 961

Page  962 EO 5673 Executive Orders Chs. (7) N. 73~ W., 1.74 chs.; (8) S. 38~ 25' W., 2.21 chs.; (9) S. 77~ 40' W., 1.17 chs.; (10) S. 42~ 15' W., 1.76 chs.; (11) S. 3~ 10' E., 1.47 chs.; (12) S. 30~ 50' E., 2.25 chs.; (13) S. 12~ 50' W., 0.50 chs.; to Corner No. 2, meander corner, a cross chiseled on a slate ledge in place, marked XMC2; from which A hemlock, 8 in. diam., bears N. 50~ W., 16 lks. distant, marked XBTMC. A spruce, 16 in. diam., bears S. 71~ W., 28 lks. distant, marked XBTMC. Thence west, 3.79 chs. Thence north, 10.53 chs. Thence east, 8.81 chs. To Corner No. 1, meander corner, and the place of beginning. The survey of the meanders of Port Conclusion Bay was made June 3 and 4, 1930. No survey of the last three courses was made, nor were monuments established. The bearings of the lines refer to the true meridian. The tract contains 5.91 acres. Beginning at Corner No. 1, on line 2-3 of United States Survey No. 8, in approximate latitude 55~ 36' N., longitude 131~ 38' W., which corner is a hemlock post 62 feet long, 4}{ inches in diameter, squared to 32 inches, set 3 feet in the ground, marked HS1; from which A hemlock, 14 in. diam., bears S. 82Y~ E., 21 lks. distant, marked in blaze SHW1. A hemlock, 9 in. diam., bears S. 9~ W., 21 lks. distant, marked in blaze WHS1. Thence S. 40~ W. along line 2-3 of United States Survey No. 8. 6. 10 Witness corner to Corner No. 2, meander corner, identical with witness corner to Corner No. 2 of United States Survey No. 8. 6.45 Point for Corner No. 2, meander corner, identical with Corner No. 2 of United States Survey No. 8, not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide: (1) N. 75~ 30' W., 0.17 chs.; (2) N. 69~ 30' W., 0.26 chs.; (3) N. 83~ W., 0.62 chs.; (4) S. 46~ W., 0.60 chs.; (5) S. 14~ W., 1.60 chs.; (6) S. 40~ 30' W., 1.25 chs.; 962

Page  963 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5674 Chs. to point for Corner No. 3, meander corner, not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence north. 0.60 Witness corner to Corner No. 3, meander corner, which is a cedar post 5% feet long, 5Y inches in diameter, squared to 4 inches, set 1 foot in the ground in mound of stone, marked HS3WCMC; from which A scrubby spruce, 16 in. diam., bears S. 79~ E., 21 Iks. distant, marked HSWCMC. 7.61 Corner No. 4, which is a spruce post 5 feet long, 5 inches in diameter' squared to 4 inches, set 2 feet in the ground, marked HS4; from which A spruce, 10 in. diam., bears S. 3%3~ W., 11 lks. distant, marked in blaze WHS4. A hemlock, 12 in. diam., bears N. 53~ E., 20 lks. distant, marked in blaze WHS4. Thence east. 6. 88 Corner No. 1, and the place of beginning, containing approximately 2.54 acres. The survey was made August 20 and 21, 1930; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 4, 1931. [No. 5673] Executive Order 5674. August 7, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Pending Resurvey California It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4657, dated June 6, 1927, withdrawing the public lands in T. 11 N., R. 5 W., Mount Diablo meridian, California, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, if otherwise 963

Page  964 EO 5675 Executive Orders subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 7, 1931. [No. 5674] Executive Order 5675. August 7, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Pending Resurvey Utah It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4425 of April 19, 1926, withdrawing the public lands in T. 6 S., R. 19 E., Salt Lake meridian, Utah, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. 964

Page  965 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5676 Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 7, 1931. [No. 5675] Executive Order 5676. August 7, 1931 Executive Order Modification of Reservoir-Site Reserve No. 1 Wenatche Lake Rervoir, Washintton The Executive order of January 17, 1911, creating Reservoir-Site Reserve No. 1, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing the Federal Power Commission to issue a license for Project No. 1150 on the following-desribed lands: WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 26 N., R. 17 E., sec. 8, E. % SW. %, SW. 3 SE. 4; see. 17, NW. 4 NE. 3. HERBERT HOOVER TaH WHITE HousE, August 7, 1931. [No. 5676] 965

Page  966 EO 5677 6Executive Orders Executive Order 5677. August 10, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Land Pending Resurvey New Mexico It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4997, dated November 19, 1928, which withdrew, in addition to other land, the public land in T. 14 S., R. 17 E., New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked, as to the above-mentioned township. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in said township, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of said township, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, Augu-st 10, 1931. [No. 5677] 966

Page  967 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5678 Executive Order 5678. August 10, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Pending Resurvey Utah It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4745, dated October 21, 1927, withdrawing the public lands in T. 10 S., R. 20 E., Salt Lake meridian, Utah, pending a resurvey of said township, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, where of the proper character, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder to entry under the stock-raising homestead laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under said laws. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no rights may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 10, 1931. [No. 5678] 967

Page  968 EO 5679 Executive Orders Executive Order 5679. August 10, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Pending Resurvey Wyoming It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4882, dated May 16, 1928, withdrawing, among other lands, the public lands in T. 53 N., R. 62 W., sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to said township. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in said township, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of said township, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no rights may be acquired to the released land by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, Augu8t 10, 1931. [No. 5679] 968

Page  969 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5681 Executive Order 5680. August 10, 1931 Executive Order Amendment of Schedule A, to Include Superintendents or Officers in Charge of National Parks or Reservations, with Their Positions, in the Classified Service Schedule A, Subdivision VIII, of positions excepted from examination under Civil-Service Rule II, section 3, is hereby amended by revoking paragraphs 1 and 20, which except from examination: 1. The superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation, and 20. Superintendents or officers in charge of national parks or reservations, thus including the positions and their occupants in the competitive classified service. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 10, 1931. [No. 5680] Executive Order 5681. August 12,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey California Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 9 S., R. 3 E., San Bernardino meridian, California, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). 969 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 13

Page  970 EO 5682 Executive Orders This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 12, 1931. [No. 5681] Executive Order 5682. August 12, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey New Mexico Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in Tps. 24 and 25 N., Rs. 10 and 11 W., New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 12, 1931. [No. 5682] 970

Page  971 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5684 Executive Order 5683. August 12, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Lookout Station Oregon Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and upon the recommendation of the State Forester, State of Oregon, it is hereby ordered that the NE. X SW. x sec. 5, T. 41 S., R. 5 E., Willamette meridian, Oregon, containing 40 acres, be, and it is hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, subject to the conditions and limitations of said acts, and reserved for use by the State Forest Service of Oregon as a lookout station, in the protection from fire of Governmentowned and other timberlands in the vicinity. The timber thereon shall remain subject to sale by the United States in accordance with the provisions of the act of June 9, 1916 (39 Stat. 218), as amended by the act of May 17, 1928 (45 Stat. 597, Public No. 417). This order shall remain in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 12, 1931. [No. 5683] Executive Order 5684. August 12, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Classification Utah Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the 971

Page  972 EO 5685 Executive Orders public lands within the following-described areas in the State of Utah be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification, subject to the conditions of the aforesaid acts and to valid existing claims, and to existing phosphate, firstform reclamation, and power-site withdrawals: SALT LAKE MERIDIAN T. 4 S., R. 23 E., sec. 22, all (unsurveyed); sec. 23, all (unsurveyed); sec. 24, all (unsurveyed); sec. 25, all (unsurveyed); sec. 26, N. %, NW. % SW. X, NE. % SE. 4, and S. 3 S. 3, (all unsurveyed); sec. 27, all; sec. 34, lot 1; sec. 35, lots 1, 2, 3, and 7, N. % NE. 4 and SE. % NE. Y; T. 4 S., R. 24 E., sec. 19, all (unsirveyed); sec. 20, all (unsurveyed); sec. 21, all (unsurveyed); sec. 28, S. %, and unsurveyed N. M; sec. 29, S. %, and unsurveyed N. M; sec. 30, lots 1 to 13, inclusive, SE. 3 NW. 4, E. 3 SW. %, and unsurveyed fractional NE. 4 east of Green River. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 12, 1931. [No. 5684] Executive Order 5685. August 12, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Pending Resurvey New Mexico It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5234, dated December 4, 1929, withdrawing the public lands in T. 3 S., R. 21 E., New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. 972 IIIUi"lYL""elYPCI``~ —~C~-I~IYI _ _ ---PI~LIUU-al^lll~ -

Page  973 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5686 And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 1I, 1931. [No. 5685] Executive Order 5686. August 12,1931 Executive Order Modification of Reservoir-Site Reserve No. 17 Pacific Slope Basin, California The Executive order of June 8, 1926, creating Reservoir-Site Reserve No. 17, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing the Federal Power Commission to issue a license for Project No. 966, on the following-described lands, on condition that whenever the land is required for reservoir purposes the licensee agrees at its own expense to move its project works located on public lands to such a distance that they will not interfere with the utilization of the Granite Dyke Reservoir Site: SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN, CALIFORNIA All portions of the following tracts lying within 25 feet of the center line of the transmission-line location shown on a map designated "Exhibit K" and entitled "Detail Map of Electric Distribution Line in San Gabriel Canyon & Angeles National Forest," and filed in the office of the Federal Power Commission on March 5, 1929: 973

Page  974 EO 5687 Executive Orders T. 1 N., R. 9 W., sec. 6, lot 1, SE. 4, NE. E, E. % SE. 4, E. % SE. S W. SE. M; sec. 7, NE. 4 NE. 4,, E. % NE. % NW. X NE. A, SE. % NW. % NE. Y4, E. % SW. Y NE. 4. T. 2 N., R. 9 W., sec. 29, W. % NW. M SE. 4, NE. % SW. 4, SE. 3 SW. Y; sec. 31, SE. % NE. %, E. 4 SE. 3; sec. 32, W. % NW. Y4. T. 1 N., R. 10 W., sec. 12, lot 2, N. % SE. 4. All portions of the following-described tracts lying within 25 feet of the center line of the transmission-line location shown on a map designated "Exhibit K" and entitled "Detail Map of Electric Distribution Line in San Gabriel Canyon & Angeles National Forest," and filed in the office of the Federal Power Commission on May 25, 1931: T. 2 N., R. 9 W., sec. 19, NW. Y NE. Y, E. % W. M; sec. 29, S. 3 NW. 3; sec. 30, NW. Y NE. 4, NE. 3 NW. S. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 12, 1931. [No. 5686] Executive Order 5687. August 18,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey Wyoming Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in Tps. 41 to 44 N., Rs. 85 and 86 W., sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of May 29, 1908 (35 Stat. 465). 974

Page  975 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5688 This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1931. [No. 5687] Executive Order 5688. August 18, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Pending Resurvey Colorado It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4957, dated September 3, 1928, withdrawing the public lands in T. 49 N., R. 11 E., New Mexico principal meridian, Colorado, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (48 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1931. [No. 5688] 975

Page  976 EO 5689 Executive Orders Executive Order 5689. August 18, 1931 Executive Order Right of Way for Gas Pipe Line, International Boundary Strip, United States and Mexico Arizona Upon recommendation of the Acting Secretary of the Interior, Presidential Proclamation No. 758 of May 27, 1907, reserving a strip of land along the boundary line between the United States and the Republic of Mexico, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing him to approve an application filed by the Western Gas Co. pursuant to the provisions of section 28 of the act of Congress approved February 25, 1920 (41 Stat. 437), for right of way for a pipe line for transporting natural gas crossing certain lands within said strip. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1931. [No. 5689] Executive Order 5690. August 20, 1931 Executive Order. +. Withdrawal of Public Lands in the Province of Zambales, Luzon, Philippine Islands Pursuant to section 9 of an act of Congress approved August 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 547), entitled "An act to declare the purpose of the people of the United States as to the future political status of the people of the Philippine Islands, and to provide a more autonomous government for those islands," the following-described lands of the United States situate in the Province of Zambales, island of Luzon, Philippine Islands, and described as Parcel No. 3 in a proclamation of the Governor General of the Philippine Islands dated April 24, 1930, are hereby reserved and set apart by 976

Page  977 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5691 reason of the deposits of chromite thereon for the public purposes of the United States, subject to private rights if any there be: All that area bounded by north latitudes 15~ 44' 30" and 15~ 46' 30" and by east longitudes 119~ 58' 30" and 120~ 00' 30". The following lances describe-1 in Executive Order No. 4310, drted September 24, 1925, being no longer required for the purposes for which reserved and set apart, are hereby placed under the control of the government of said islands to be administered for the benefit of the inhabitants thereof: All that area lying between longitude 120~ 5' and 120~ 6' E. and latitude 15~ 33' 30" and 15~ 34' 30" N. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 20, 1981. [No. 5690] Executive Order 5691. August 21,1931 Executive Order Amendment of Schedule A of the Civil-Service Rules to Except Certain Positions in the Veterans' Administration from Examination Subdivision XVIII of Schedule A, positions excepted from examination under section 3 of Civil-Service Rule II, is hereby amended to read as follows: XVIII. VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 1. Three assistant administrators. 2. One solicitor. 3. One executive assistant to administrator. 4. One medical director. 5. One director of construction service. 6. One special counsel on insurance claims. 7. Two head attorneys (grade seven of the Professional and Scientific Service). 8. Ten control officers. 9. Any local physician employed on a fee basis or a part-time basis, where, in the opinion of the commission, the establishment of registers is impracticable. 977

Page  978 EO 5692 Executive Orders 10. Professional or technical specialists when employed temporarily for consultation purposes. 11. Persons employed as chefs, cooks, and bakers, attendants (including kitchen helpers, barbers, matrons, housekeepers, maids, laundry helpers, seamstresses, orderlies, waiters, and waitresses), where, in the opinion of the commission, the establishment of registers is impracticable. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 21, 1931. [No. 5691] Executive Order 5692. August 24, 1931 Executive Order Description of Aiea Military Reservation Hawaii WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 2566, dated March 28, 1917, 274.07 acres, more or less, exclusive of all rights of way and easements, at Aiea, District of Ewa, island of Oahu, were withdrawn and set aside for military purposes; WHEREAS by letter dated December 13, 1924, the Secretary of War, under authority contained in the act of Congress approved July 11, 1919 (41 Stat. 132), transferred a portion of the said military reservation, containing 39.40 acres, more or less, to the control of the Navy Department; WHEREAS pursuant to the authority contained in the act of Congress approved January 31, 1922 (42 Stat. 360), and extended by the act of Congress approved March 3, 1925 (43 Stat. 1115), and further extended by the act of Congress approved April 24, 1926 (44 Stat. 323), the President, by quitclaim deed dated January 26, 1929, conveyed to the Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd., 233.079 acres, more or less, subject to certain described rights of way and easements; WHEREAS the area of the said military reservation, as determined by a recent survey, is 10.53 acres, more or less, subject to a certain right of way to the Oahu Railway & Land Co. and to the Navy Department, hereinafter described; 978.u:r Am

Page  979 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5692 Now, THEREFORE, pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of Congress, approved April 30, 1900 (31 Stat. 159), entitled "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii," as amended by section 7 of the act of Congress approved May 27, 1910 (36 Stat. 447), it is hereby ordered that the description of the Aiea Military Reservation be, and the same is hereby, amended to read as follows: Beginning at a concrete monument "Aiea" situated on the boundary of AieaHalawa land section, from which monument the azimuth (measured clockwise from true south) and distance to triangulation station "Salt Lake" is 2920 12' 25", 9,393.00 feet, thence by true azimuths and distances, as follows: 209~ 01' 10", 502.95 feet along land under the jurisdiction of the United States Navy Department to concrete monument No. 1; 281~ 56' 30", 114.42 feet to concrete monument No. 2; 227~ 11' 50", 389.50 feet to concrete monument No. 3; 209~ 26' 35", 729.90 feet to concrete monument No. 4, at corner of fence, about 30 feet west of the city and county road pavement; 320~ 16' 00", 96.04 feet along the city and county road right of way to concrete monument No. 5; 311~ 55' 30", 78.95 feet along the same to concrete monument No. 6; 305~ 25' 50", 139.60 feet along the same to concrete monument No. 7, situated 9.75 feet southeast of the center line of the Oahu Railway & Land Co.'s 40-foot right of way; 303~ 01' 00", 9.03 feet along the same to concrete monument No. 8, situated on the boundary of the Oahu Railway & Land Co.'s 40-foot right of way; 305~ 15' 10", 295.10 feet along the same to concrete monument No. 14, situated on the boundary of Aiea-Halawa land sections; 57~ 48' 20", 1,752.00 feet along Aiea-Halawa land section boundary to the point of beginning. The tract as described contains an area of 10.53 acres, more or less. The above-described tract is subject to the following rights of way: 1. To the Oahu Railway & Land Co., Aiea Branch; right of way being 40 feet wide, 20 feet on each side of center line. The center line of said right of way is described as follows: Beginning at a point where center line of the Aiea Branch right of way crosses the Aiea-Halawa boundary, from which point of beginning the azimuth (measured clockwise from the true south) and distance to concrete monument "Aiea" is 57~ 48' 20", 1,126.06 feet; Thence by true azimuths and distances, as follows: 194~ 25' 20", 73.85 feet; Thence on a curve to the right, with a radius of 951.86 feet, 245.88 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 201~ 49' 20", 245.20 feet; Thence continuing on a curve to the right, with a radius of 951.86 feet, 271.38 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 217~ 14' 20", 979

Page  980 EO 5693 Executive Orders 270.47 feet to a point in the boundary line of the Aiea Military Reservation and the Government Road, from which point the azimuth and distance to aforementioned concrete monument No. 7 is 305~ 25' 50", 9.75 feet. Forty-foot right of way, the center line of which is described, contains an area of 0.54 acres, more or less. 2. To the United States Navy Department, right of way 30 feet wide along the southern boundary of Aiea Military Reservation extending from concrete monument "Aiea" to concrete monument No. 14. This right of way is subject to the right of way to the Oahu Railway & Land Co. for its Aiea Branch described in preceding paragraph, and contains an area of 1.14 acres, more or less. The net area of this reservation is 8.85 acres, more or less. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 24, 1931. [No. 5692] Executive Order 5693. August 24, 1931 Executive Order Description of the Punchbowl Hill Military Reservation Hawaii WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 395-A, dated January 18, 1906 (G. O. 21, W. D. 1906), 157.50 acres of public lands at Punchbowl Hill, Territory of Hawaii, were withdrawn from sale, entry, or other disposition, for military purposes; and WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 1531, dated May 11, 1912, the military reservation was reduced by restoring to its previous status for use by the Territory of Hawaii, solely for park purposes, 117.74 acres, more or less, subject to right of way over any roads then existing or thereafter constructed; and WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 2253, dated October 6, 1915, the said military reservation was further reduced by releasing to the Territory of Hawaii 4.41 980 0111"

Page  981 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5693 acres, more or less, subject to rights of way for all purposes by the United States over any roads then existing or thereafter constructed; and WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 5157, dated July 16, 1929, the restriction "solely for park purposes" on the land restored to the Territory of Hawaii by said Executive Order No. 1531, dated May 11, 1912, was removed; and WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 5265, dated January 24, 1930, the said military reservation was further reduced by restoring to its previous status for use of the Territory of Hawaii 11,634 square feet (0.267 acres), more or less; and WHEREAS a recent survey of the said military reservation has developed discrepancies in former descriptions of this reservation; Now, THEREFORE, pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of Congress approved April 30, 1900 (31 Stat. 159), entitled "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii," as amended by section 7 of the act of Congress approved May 27, 1910 (36 Stat. 447), it is hereby ordered that the description of the Punchbowl Hill Military Reservation be, and the same is hereby, amended to read as follows: Beginning at a concrete monument No. 1, located at the head of Alapai Street, from which monument the azimuth (measured clockwise from the true south) and distance to Territory survey street monument "A" located on the corner of Alapai and Prospect Streets is 46~ 37' 30", 329.55 feet; from said monument "A" the azimuth and distance to "Punchbowl" triangulation station is 183~ 41' 03", 1,193.65 feet, thence by true azimuths and distances, as follows: 127~ 10' 00", 177.60 feet along Land Court Application No. 591 to concrete monument No. 2; 175~ 34' 10", 129.08 feet along land deed to Right Rev. G. Ropert to concrete monument No. 3; 60~ 20' 30", 160.90 feet along the same to concrete monument No. 4; Thence on a curve to the left, with a radius of 137.23 feet, 155.29 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 145~ 50' 40", 147.14 feet, along the land restored to the Territory of Hawaii by Executive Order No. 2253, dated October 6, 1915, to concrete monwnent No. 5; Thence on a curve to the right, with a radius of 120.05 feet, 152.55 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 150~ 09' 40", 142.49 feet along the same, to concrete monument No. 6; Thence on a curve to the left, with a radius of 229.65 feet, 235.40 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 157~ 11' 55", 225.23 feet along the same, to concrete monument No. 7; 309~ 34' 30", 13.98 feet along the land restored to the Territory of Hawaii by Executive Order No. 5265, dated January 24, 1930, to concrete monument No. 7-1; 131~ 19' 00", 65.81 feet along the same, to concrete monument No. 7-2; 981

Page  982 EO 5693 Executive Orders Thence on a curve to the right, with a radius of 126.0 feet, 155.44 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 166~ 39' 30", 145.77 feet along the same, to concrete monument No. 7-3; 202~ 00' 00", 75.0 feet along the same, to a point not marked, located in a volcanic cinder slide; Thence on a curve to the left, with a radius of 270.00 feet, 70.37 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 194~ 32' 00", 70.17 feet along the same to concrete monument No. 7-5; 187~ 04' 00", 176.67 feet along the same, to concrete monument No. 7-6; Thence on a curve to the left, with a radius of 300.73 feet, 136.26 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 174~ 05' 10", 135.10 feet along the same, to concrete monument No. 13; Thence on a curve to the right, with a radius of 170.00 feet, 68.37 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 172~ 37' 40", 67.91 feet, along the land restored to the Territory of Hawaii by Executive Order No. 2253, dated October 6, 1915, to concrete monument No. 14; 184~ 09' 00", 205.00 feet along the same, to concrete monument No. 15; Thence on a curve to the right, with a radius of 51.25 feet, 49.23 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 211~ 40' 00", 47.36 feet along the same, to concrete monument No. 16; Thence on a curve to the left, with a radius of 273.00 feet, 154.56 feet along the curve, the azimuth and distance of long chord being 222~ 58' 00", 152.50 feet along the same to concrete monument No. 17; 315~ 24' 00", 516.32 feet to concrete monument No. 18, located on the rim of the crater; 3150 15' 00", 1,451.00 feet along the National Guard reservation to concrete monument No. 19, located on the rim of the crater; 3470 21' 40", 205.07 feet to concrete monument No. 20; 44~ 40' 00", 129.00 feet along grants Nos. 8088 and 8084 to concrete monument No. 21; 43~ 43' 00", 86.00 feet along grant No. 6719 to concrete monument No. 22; 67~ 31' 00", 131.60 feet along grant No. 9266 to concrete monument No. 23; 43~ 35' 00", 142.50 feet along grant No. 9085 to concrete monument No. 24; 111~ 11' 00", 689.60 feet to the point of beginning. The tract as described contains an area of 35.17 acres, more or less. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 24, 1931. [No. 56931 982

Page  983 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5695 Executive Order 5694. August 25, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Land in Aid of Legislation Oregon Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the NE. % NE. 4 and SE. % NE. 4 sec. 10, T. 3 S., R. 6 W., Willamette meridian, Oregon, be, and they are hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, except as provided in said acts, in aid of proposed legislation. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 25, 1931. [No. 5694] Executive Order 5695. August 27, 1931 Executive Order -'-4-. --- — Appointment of Mrs. Marie V. Abernethy Mrs. Marie V. Abernethy may be appointed as a clerk in the Treasury Department without regard to the length of time she has been separated from the service. This order is recommended by the Acting Secretary of the Treasury, who states that Mrs. Abernethy served in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing from June 1, 1912, to June 30, 1912, when she tendered her resignation, and that she also served 983

Page  984 EO 5696 Executive Orders temporarily in the Treasury Department during the years 1929 and 1930. Mrs. Abernethy has a disabled husband and four small children to support. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 27, 1931. [No. 5695] Executive Order 5696. August 27,1931 Executive Order Amendment of Schedule B, of the Civil-Service Rules, to Permit Appointment of Headquarters Messenger, Philippine Department, upon Noncompetitive Examination Schedule B, IV, War Department, of positions excepted from the competitive feature of examination, under the civil-service rules, is hereby amended by the addition of a new paragraph to be numbered "3", and to read as follows: 3. One position of headquarters messenger at the headquarters of the Philippine Department, when filled by an honorably discharged, enlisted man, who has been on duty at those headquarters. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 27, 1931. [No. 5696] 984. - -111.1 —l- Ww,

Page  985 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5698 Executive Order 5697. August 28,1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Caroline J. Skilton Mrs. Caroline J. Skilton may be appointed to a clerical position in the Treasury Department without compliance with the requirements of the civil-service rules. Mrs. Skilton is the widow of George W. Skilton, who was employed in the Government service for more than fifteen years, nearly nine years of which were served in the Treasury. He was retired on account of total disability on April 5, 1927, and died July 10, 1929, leaving his widow and two young sons without means of support. This order is recommended by the Secretary of the Treasury. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 28, 1931. [No. 5697] Executive Order 5698. August 31, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands Pending Resurvey Colorado It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4482, dated July 19, 1926, which withdrew in addition to other lands the public lands in T. 5 S., R. 100 W., sixth principal meridian, Colorado, pending a resurvey be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to the above-mentioned township. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, where of the proper character, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry 985 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 14

Page  986 EO 5699 Executive Orders under the stock-raising homestead laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under said laws. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no rights may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 31, 1931. [No. 5698] Executive Order 5699. August 31, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey Oregon It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5115, dated May 15, 1929, withdrawing the public lands in T. 18 S., R. 9 W., Willamette meridian, Oregon, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in said township, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of said township, -and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. 986

Page  987 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5700 Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no rights may be acquired to the released land by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 31, 1931. [No. 5699] Executive Order 5700. August 31,1931 Executive Order Permitting Public Health Service Officers to Serve in State, etc., Health Organizations, and Permitting Certain Appointments under the Public Health Service Executive Order No. 9 of January 17, 1873, is hereby amended so as to permit officers of the Public Health Service, upon recommendation of the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service and the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, to hold office in State, Territorial, or local health organizations, in order to cooperate with and aid State, Territorial, or local health departments; and to permit State, Territorial, or local health officials or employees, unless prohibited by law, to hold office in the Public Health Service when the Surgeon General and the Secretary of the Treasury deem such employment necessary to secure a more efficient administration of the duties imposed upon the Public Health Service. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, Augu8t 31, 1931. [No. 5700] 987

Page  988 EO 5701 Executive Orders Executive Order 5701. August 31, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mr. John W. Harrison Mr. John W. Harrison may be appointed to the position of Associate Marine Engineer, Professional Service, grade 3, $3,200 per annum, at the navy yard, Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Harrison has had approximately 30 years of experience with the William Cramp & Sons Shipbuilding Co., the New York Shipbuilding Corp., and other private contractors engaged in the construction of vessels for the United States Navy, in connection with building machinery for such vessels. His wide experience and ability would be of great value to the Navy at the navy yard, Philadelphia, Pa., in connection with the detailed inspection of shopwork assembly and the installation of machinery on the new cruiser to be constructed at that yard. This order is issued upon recommendation of the Secretary of the Navy. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 31, 1931. [No. 5701] Executive Order 5702. September 1, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands Oregon Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), entitled "An act to authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the rocks constituting Port Orford, Blanco, and Rogue River Reefs situated in the Pacific Ocean 988

Page  989 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5703 off the coast of Oregon, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry and reserved as a refuge for the protection of sea lions, subject to existing withdrawals. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 1, 1931. [No. 57021 Executive Order 5703. September 1, 1931 Executive Order Power-Site Restoration No. 463 Wyoming So much of the orders of April 12, 1910, creating Temporary Power-Site Withdrawal No. 137, and July 2, 1910, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 137, as affects the lands hereinafter described is hereby revoked: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 39 N., R. 94 W., sec. 7, lot 3. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 1, 1931. [No. 5703] 989

Page  990 EO 5704 Executive Orders Executive Order 5704. September 2, 1931 Executive Order Delimiting Canal Zone Judicial Districts SECTION I. By virtue of the authority vested in me by law, section 1 of Executive Order No. 1898 of March 12, 1914, relating to the Canal Zone judiciary, as amended by Executive Order No. 3965 of February 26, 1924, is hereby amended to read as follows. SECTION 1. The Balboa Division of the District Court of the Canal Zone, in conformity with the Panama Canal Act, shall include all that part of the Canal Zone which lies within the lines of the 10-mile zone and extends from the left bank of the Rio Chagres and the shore line of Gatun Lake, 87 feet above mean sea level, to the Pacific Ocean, and in addition thereto the following territory, now a part of the Canal Zone, shown on Panama Canal Drawing No. 6071-1 Revised, having a total area of approximately 26 square miles: Beginning at 100-foot contour monument No. 37%, which monument is a 4-inch galvanized iron pipe extending about 2 feet above the ground, the geographic position of which (referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system by stadia traverse) is in latitude 9~ 12' plus 2,644.2 feet and longitude 79~ 37' plus 4,793.4 feet, said monument being on the right bank of the Rio Chagres and the left bank of the Quebrada Madronal near its mouth; thence following the 100-foot contour along the left bank of the Quebrada Madronal upstream to where the 100-foot contour crosses the Quebrada Madronal and intersects the right bank of the stream, at concrete monument No. 37%, in latitude 9~ 12' plus 5,664.8 feet and longitude 79~ 37' plus 4,005.5 feet; thence following the right bank of the Quebrada Madronal upstream to a concrete monument in latitude 9~ 14' and longitude 79~ 36' plus 5,262.7 feet; thence east a distance of 768.3 feet to 260-foot contour monument No. 164% in latitude 9~ 14' and longitude 79~ 36' plus 4,494.4 feet; thence following the continuous 260-foot contour around and across the Rio Chagres and its tributaries, the Rio Pequeni and the Rio Boqueron, through the 260-foot contour monuments, numbered 164 to 20, to 260-foot contour monument No. 19%, at the intersection of the 260-foot contour with the left bank of the Rio Azote Caballo, in latitude 9~ 10' plus 4,690.9 feet, and longitude 79~ 34' plus 5,655.3 feet; thence N. 85~ 30' 20" W. a distance of 3,559.8 feet, crossing the Rio Chilibrillo, to a concrete monument in latitude 9~ 10' plus 4,969.8 feet and longitude 79~ 35' plus 3,194.6 feet; thence N. 37~ 46' E. a distance of 550.0 feet to a concrete monument on the left bank of the Rio Chilibrillo; thence following the left bank of the Rio Chilibrillo downstream to a concrete monument in latitude 9~ 11' plus 1,142.1 feet and longitude 79~ 36' plus 4,860.4 feet; thence S. 56~ 06' W. a distance of 300.1 feet, crossing the Madden Road at its center-line station 549 plus 68.9 feet, to a concrete monument which is 137.5 feet from the center line of said Madden Road; thence paralleling the Madden Road, in a northerly direction and at a distance of 990

Page  991 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5705 137.5 feet from the center line thereof, to a concrete monument in latitude 9~ 11' plus 4,823.6 feet and longitude 79~ 37' plus 194.8 feet; thence N. 75~ 45' W. a distance of 1,547.1 feet to a concrete monument in the Quebrada Moja Polla; thence down the Quebrada Moja Polla to the crossing of the 100-foot contour at monument No. 33; thence following the 100-foot contour through monuments Nos. 34 and 35in awesterly, northerly, and easterly direction to a point on the left bank of the Rio Chagres, directly south of the point of beginning; thence due north across the Rio Chagres to the point of beginning; and the Cristobal Division of said court shall include all of the territory within the lines of the 10-mile zone extending from the Balboa Division to the Atlantic Ocean, and the area of Gatun Lake beyond the lines of the 10-mile zone up to the contour line of 100 feet above mean sea level and the islands in said lake; and the peninsulas bordering on said lake which have been taken by the United States for the purposes of the Panama Canal, with the exception of the area along the Rio Chagres, upstream from the mouth of the Quebrada Madronal, which area is in the Balboa District. References to right or left banks of rivers relate to the location when facing downstream. SECTION II. This order shall take effect and be in force from and after the date hereof. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 2, 1931. [No. 5704] Executive Order 5705. September 3, 1931 Executive Order O.O*. Designating Honorable Adolph G. Wolf to Perform Temporarily the Duties of the Judge of the District Court of the United States for Porto Rico WHEREAS it appears that the Honorable Ira K. Wells, Judge of the District Court of the United States for Porto Rico, will be absent from his district at certain periods during the present calendar year: Now, THEREFORE, in pursuance of the authority vested in me by section 41 of the act of March 2, 1917 (39 Stat. 966), to provide a civil government for Porto Rico, and for other purposes, it is hereby ordered that the Honorable Adolph G. Wolf, Associate Justice of the Porto Rico Supreme Court, be, and he is hereby, designated, 991

Page  992 EO 5706 Executive Orders authorized, and empowered to perform the duties of the office of Judge of the District Court of the United States for Porto Rico, and to sign all necessary papers and records as the acting judge of said court, during the absence of the judge thereof, and until such absence is removed. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 3, 1931. [No. 5705] Executive Order 5706. September 4, 1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Mary J. A. Hangliter, Mrs. Margaret B. Hillyard, Mrs. Catherine Lehmkuhl, and Miss Frances N. Kane The following persons may be appointed to appropriate positions in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing of the Treasury Department without compliance with the requirements of the civil-service rules. Mrs. Mary J. A. Hangliter. Mrs. Hangliter is the wife of Edward R. Hangliter, who served as a plate printer for 20 years prior to his retirement on account of total disability. They have three young children to support. Mrs. Hangliter was formerly employed as a printer's assistant in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing but is not eligible for reinstatement. Mrs. Margaret B. Hillyard. Mrs. Hillyard is the widow of Arthur V. Hillyard, who served as a plate printer for 17 years and died on May 2, 1930, leaving Mrs. Hillyard with three small children and a very small income to support them. Mrs. Hillyard formerly served as a printer's assistant in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and has held temporary positions elsewhere in the Government but is not eligible for permanent reinstatement. Mrs. Catherine Lehmkuhl. Mrs. Lehmkuhl is the widow of Christopher Lehmkuhl, who served as a plate printer for 28 years and died on January 25, 1931, leaving Mrs. Lehmkuhl with no income. 992 I Ha,- -11I_11 I P.-4 -

Page  993 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5707 Mies Frances N. Kane. Miss Kane is the daughter of Edward Kane, who served as a plate printer in the bureau for 25 years and died on October 31, 1929, after he had been retired on account of total disability, leaving Mrs. Kane and four children with no means of support. These appointments are recommended by the Acting Secretary of the Treasury. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 4, 1931. [No. 5706] Executive Order 5707. September 4,1931 Executive Order Amendments to Regulations Governing the Occupation and Maintenance of Certain Foreign Service Quarters The following changes are authorized in the regulations established by Executive Order No. 5624, dated May 15, 1931, governing the occupation and maintenance of diplomatic or consular residential and office quarters owned or leased for long terms by the United States: (a) The phrase "in the quarters used for residence purposes" is added to the end of section 15. (b) Section 20 is amended to read as follows: 20. The Department of State will bear the cost of renewing and repairing office furniture and the cost of ordinary and periodical cleaning, including the beating of carpets, the cleaning or washing of curtains, etc., used in the offices; but the cost of ordinary and periodical cleaning, including the beating of carpets, the cleaning or washing of curtains, etc., in the quarters used for residence purposes must be borne by the officer personally. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 4, 1931. [No. 5707] 993

Page  994 EO 5708 Executive Orders Executive Order 5708. September 8, 1931 Executive Order To Permit Approval of Application for Railroad Right of Way Utah Upon recommendation of the Secretary of the Interior, Executive Order No. 5327 of April 15, 1930, withdrawing certain lands for purposes of investigation, examination, and classification, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing him to approve an application filed by the Uintah Railway Co. under the act of March 3, 1875 (18 Stat. 482), for a railroad right of way traversing certain lands in Utah. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 8, 1931. [No. 57081 Executive Order 5709. September 11, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey California Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 15 S., R. 20 E., San Bernardino meridian, California, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). 994 I Ir~assaru II P I INp

Page  995 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5710 This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 11, 1931. [No. 57091 Executive Order 5710. September 14, 1931 Executive Order Naval Air-Space Reservation and Defensive Sea Area By virtue of authority vested in me as Chief Executive and by the provisions of section 4 of the Air Commerce Act approved May 20, 1926 (44 Stat. 570), and section 44 of the Criminal Code (U. S. Code, title 18, sec. 96), I hereby declare the air space over and waters within a radius of 5 miles of latitude 370 43' 12", longitude 760 04', in Chesapeake Bay near the southern end of Tangier Sound, to be a naval air-space reservation and a defensive sea area, respectively, for purposes of national defense and other governmental purposes from October 5, 1931, to October 20, 1931, both inclusive, unless sooner terminated by the Secretary of the Navy. During the aforesaid period no aircraft or vessel shall navigate within the areas herein created except such as are authorized by the Secretary of the Navy in connection with national defense operations or for other governmental purposes: Provided, however, That surface vessels following regular channels may navigate within the aforesaid defensive sea area but in no event within a radius of 2 miles of the point above stated. Any violations of the provisions of this order shall be subject to the penalties provided by law. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 14, 1931. [No. 5710] 995

Page  996 EO 5711 Executive Orders Executive Order 5711. September 14, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Classification Montana Under authority of the act of Congress of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the vacant public lands of the United States in the State of Montana, within the followingdescribed area, be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry and reserved for classification and in aid of legislation: PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, MONTANA T. 9 N., R. 42 E., secs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36; T. 11 N., R. 42 E., sees. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24; T. 8 N., R. 43 E., sees. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24; T. 9 N., R. 43 E., all; T. 10 N., R. 43 E., all; T. 11 N., R. 43 E., sees. 18, 19, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36; T. 7 N., R. 44 E., sees. 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25, 26; T. 8 N., R. 44 E., sees. 1 to 29 inclusive, sees. 33, 34, 35, 36; T. 9 N., R. 44 E., all; T. 10 N., R. 44 E., S. % sec. 6, sees. 7, 8, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35; T. 7 N., R. 45 E., sees. 6, 7; T. 8 N., R. 45 E., sees. 1 to 26 inclusive, sees. 30, 31; T. 9 N., R. 45 E., sees. 6, 7, 17 to 36 inclusive; T. 8 N., R. 46 E., sees. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 28, 29, 30. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 14, 1931. [No. 57111 996 " "C~~r ll I ~r~-~Y.~r-omp"rp~ —Ma POP *- - YC

Page  997 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5713 Executive Order 5712. September 14, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands Pending Legislation Arizona It is hereby ordered that the lands hereinafter described be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn, subject to valid existing rights, pending legislation as provided by the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497): GILA AND SALT RIVER MERIDIAN T. 14 S., R. 16 E., sec. 9, S. % NE. %, N. % SE. %, W. %. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 14, 19S1. [No. 5712] Executive Order 5713. September 14, 1931 Executive Order Order of Modification Coal Withdrawal Wyoming No. 1 Executive order of July 13, 1910, effecting Coal Withdrawal Wyoming No. 1, under the provisions of the act approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), is hereby modified to permit the withdrawal and use of the following-described land in the maintenance of air-navigation facilities under the provisions of the act approved May 24, 1928 (45 Stat. 728). 997

Page  998 EO 5714 Executive Orders SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 20 N., R. 91 W., sec. 4, SW. % SE. s4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 14,1931. [No. 5713] Executive Order 5714. September 15, 1931 Executive Order Administrative-Site Withdrawal California Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described land be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, except as provided in said acts, and reserved for use by the Department of Agriculture in connection with the administration of the Shasta National Forest as Soldier Mountain and Sugar Loaf lookout sites: T. 37 N., R. 3 E., Mount Diablo meridian, sec. 1, SE. 4 NE. 4, 40 acres; T. 35 N., R. 5 W., Mount Diablo meridian, sec. 4, SW. 4 NE. 4 SW. 4 and SE. x NW. Al SW. 4, 20 acres. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 15, 1931. [No. 5714] 998 r.

Page  999 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5716 Executive Order 5715. September 16, 1931 Executive Order Restoring to the Territory of Hawaii a Part of the Military Reservation Known as "Barracks Lot" Pursuant to section 91 of the act of Congress approved April 30, 1900, entitled "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii" (31 Stat. 159), as amended by section 7 of the act of Congress approved May 27, 1910 (36 Stat. 447), all land at Honolulu, Kona District, island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, withdrawn and set aside for military purposes by Executive order of December 19, 1899, and known as "Barracks Lot," which has not heretofore been restored by Executive Order No. 1507, dated March 27, 1912, is hereby restored to its previous status for the use of the Territory of Hawaii, and the restrictions as to use imposed by Executive Order No. 1507, supra, are hereby removed. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 16, 1981. [No. 5715] Executive Order 5716. September 16, 1931 Executive Order Transfer of Records, etc., of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement to the Department of Justice WHEREAS the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement appointed under the provisions of the First Deficiency Appropriation Act of March 4, 1929 (45 Stat. 1613), and continued by the Second Deficiency Appropriation Act of July 3, 1930 (46 Stat. 862), ceased to exist on June 30, 1931, the Congress having failed to make an appropriation for its continuance; and WHEREAS the said commission has concluded its labors; 999

Page  1000 EO 5717 Executive Orders Now, THEREFORE, I, HERBERT HOOVER, President of the United States, pursuant to the power and authority conferred on me by law, do order and direct that all the records, files, and other papers of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement heretofore held in the custody of said commission, be transferred and delivered to and shall be preserved by the Department of Justice as custodian thereof, until the completion of a building to be used for the permanent housing of Government records, when the Department of Justice shall deliver all said records, files, and other papers into said building and into the custody of the official in charge thereof. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 16, 1931. [No. 5716] Executive Order 5717. September 17, 1931 Executive Order Modification of Public Water Reserve No. 116 California The Executive order of May 16, 1928, creating Public Water Reserve No. 116, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing the Federal Power Commission to issue a license for Project No. 1123 on the following-described lands: SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN T. 1 N., R. 1 W., sec. 14, SW. % SW. 4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 17, 1931. [No. 5717] 1000 - -,.,.....

Page  1001 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5719 Executive Order 5718. September 17, 1931 Executive Order Revocation of Withdrawals of Public Lands for Classification California The withdrawal made by Executive Order No. 4331 of October 28, 1925, of lot 6 sec. 6, lots 1 and 2 sec. 7, T. 7 N., R. 1 E., Humboldt meridian, California, is hereby revoked, and the withdrawal made by Executive Order No. 5237 of December 10, 1929, is also hereby revoked in so far as it affects the above-described lands. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 17, 1931. [No. 5718] Executive Order 5719. September 17, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Land for Lighthouse Purposes Michigan It is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter described be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn, subject to valid existing rights, as provided by the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), for the use of the Department of Commerce for lighthousepurposes: An unsurveyed island, approximately 1 acre, known as Naubinway Island, located in Lake Michigan, approximately 55 chains south of the corner of sees. 28, 29, 32, and 33, T. 43 N., R. 9 W., of the Michigan meridian, Michigan. 1001 24-519 0 - 74- vol. II- 15

Page  1002 EO 5720 Executive Orders This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 17, 1931. [No. 5719] Executive Order 5720. September 18,1931 Executive Order Appointment of Mrs. Gladys W. Eldridge Mrs. Gladys W. Eldridge may be appointed to a clerical position in the Department of Agriculture without regard to the civil-service requirements. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 18, 1931. [No. 5720] Executive Order 5721. September 19,1931 Executive Order Addition to Upper Mississippi River Wild Life and Fish Refuge It is hereby ordered that the following-described vacant public lands, which are situated on either side of or upon islands in the Mississippi River, between Rock Island, Ill., and Wabasha, Minn., and are subject to overflow by said river and have been determined by the Secretary of Agriculture to be suitable for the purposes 1002

Page  1003 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5722 defined by the act of June 7, 1924 (U. S. Code, title 16, ch. 8, sec. 721; 43 Stat. 650), entitled "An act to establish the Upper Mississippi River Wild Life and Fish Refuge," be, and the same are hereby, reserved and set apart, subject to existing valid rights, as part of said refuge: WISCONSIN-FOURTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 11 N., R. 7 W., sec. 34, lot 1 and SE. % NE. M. ILLINOIS-FOURTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 27 N., R. 1 W., sec. 1, east part island "A"; sec. 2, west part island "A". IOWA-FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 93 N., R. 2 W., sec. 17, lots 5 and 6; sec. 20, fractional NE. ~; T. 85 N., R. 6 E., sec. 14, fractional section; T. 84 N., R. 7 E., sec. 6, lot 10. MINNESOTA-FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 101 N., R. 3 W., sec. 31, unnumbered lot in W. % SW. %; T. 103 N., R. 4 W., sec. 12, lot 1; T. 105 N., R. 4 W., sec. 20, lot 1; T. 106 N., R. 5 W., sec. 8, lot 1; sec. 9, lots 1 and 2; T. 108 N., R. 8 W., sec. 22, lot 1. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 19, 1931. [No. 5721] Executive Order 5722. September 22, 1931 Executive Order Acceptance of Title to Land on Government Island City of Alameda, California WHEREAS by certain leases executed under dates of June 15 and July 5, 1918, the cities of Oakland and Alameda, respectively, municipal corporations of the State 1003

Page  1004 EO 5722 Executive Orders of California, leased to the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corp., now known as the United States Emergency Fleet Corp., for a term of 25 years, certain premises known as Government Island, comprising approximately 110 acres, situated in the estuary between said cities; and WHEREAS by the terms of said leases the United States Emergency Fleet Corp. is given the right to assign its interests in said leases to the United States; and WHEREAS under date of November 1, 1922, the United States Emergency Fleet Corp. did assign its interests in said leases to the United States; and WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 4918 of June 29, 1928, the duties, rights, powers, and responsibilities of the United States under said leases were placed under the jurisdiction and control of the Department of Agriculture; and WHEREAS the city of Alameda, Calif., owner of said Government Island under the decision of the courts of California, has offered to the United States without cost 15 or more acres of said Government Island on condition that the United States shall relinquish all its rights and interests under the aforementioned lease of July 5, 1918; and WHEREAS by a joint resolution of Congress dated July 3, 1930 (46 Stat. 1018), the President is authorized to accept title in fee simple to 15 or more acres of said Government Island; and WHEREAS the said city of Alameda has executed and delivered a deed which has been approved by the Attorney General of the United States, conveying to the United States without cost all that certain tract of land on the said Government Island, in the county of Alameda, State of California, described as follows: Commencing at the point of intersection of the center line of Dennison Street. and the center line of King Street in the city of Oakland, and running thence S. 830 07' W. along the center line of Dennison Street extended, southwesterly a distance of 1,703.55 feet, thence N. 850 58' W. a distance of 283.01 feet, to the true point of beginning of the tract of land herein described; running thence N. 30 50' 55" W. 600.94 feet, thence N. 540 21' 28" W. 1,217.83 feet, thence S. 350 38' 32" W. 463.76 feet, thence S. 540 21' 28" E. 1,600.00 feet to the true point of beginning. All bearings are true bearings. Tract of land above described contains 15 acres of land. Now, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me, as President of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered that the title in fee simple to the above-described tract of land be, and is hereby, accepted on behalf of the United States, and that the United States hereby relinquishes all its rights and interests in said Government Island now held by it under the aforesaid lease of July 5, 1918. It is hereby further ordered that the duties, rights, powers, and responsibilities of the United States in the 15 acres of land thus acquired shall be under the jurisdiction 1004

Page  1005 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5723 and control of the Department of Agriculture: Provided, That the Federal agencies now occupying Government Island shall not be disturbed except by direction of the President, exercised through the Chief Coordinator under the provisions of Executive Order No. 3578 of November 8, 1921. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 22, 1981. [No. 5722] Executive Order 5723. September 22, 1931 Executive Order To Permit Approval of Application for Railroad Right of Way Utah Upon recommendation of the Secretary of the Interior, Executive Order No. 5327 of April 15, 1930, withdrawing certain lands for purposes of investigation, examination, and classification, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing him to approve an application filed by the Uintah Railway Co. under the act of March 3, 1875 (18 Stat. 482), for a railroad right of way traversing certain lands in Utah. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September ~e, 1931. [No. 5723] 1005

Page  1006 EO 5724 Executive Orders Executive Order 5724. September 22, 1931 Executive Order Amendment of Schedule A, Civil-Service Rules, to Permit Employment of Members of National Homes in Certain Positions Schedule A, of positions excepted from examination under the civil-service rules, is hereby amended by adding to Subdivision XVIII a new clause, 12, to read as follows: 12. Chauffeurs-truck drivers, elevator operators, guards, messengers, and telephone operators for the national homes, when, in the opinion of the Veterans' Administration, the duties of the positions can be satisfactorily performed by the employment of members of the homes. If the positions are filled otherwise than by members, selection is to be made in accordance with civil-service rules and regulations. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 22, 19S1. [No. 5724] Executive Order 5725. September 24, 1931 Executive Order Interpretation of Boundaries of Toiyabe National Forest Nevada Due to recent surveys of certain public lands in the State of Nevada, an interpretation of the boundaries of the Toiyabe National Forest, as defined by proclamation of May 25, 1921 (42 Stat. 2242), in accordance with such surveys has been found necessary. Under authority of the act of June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby 1006 -w-w

Page  1007 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5726 ordered that the boundaries of the said Toiyabe National Forest are as shown on the diagram hereto annexed and made a part hereof. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 24, 1931. [No. 5725] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. Executive Order 5726. September 26, 1931 Executive Order Willow Administrative Site, Prescott National Forest Arizona Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that lots 1, 2, 3, 4, SE. 4 NW. % and NE. ]4 SW. M sec. 18, T. 14 N., R. 2 W., Gila and Salt River meridian, containing 238.08 acres, be temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, except as provided in said acts, and be reserved for use by the Forest Service as a ranger station in connection with the administration of the Prescott National Forest, Ariz. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 26, 1931. [No. 5726] 1007

Page  1008 EO 5727 Executive Orders Executive Order 5727. September 29, 1931 Executive Order. A. Locomotive Springs Migratory Bird Refuge Utah It is hereby ordered that the following-described area in Box Elder County, Utah, be, and the same is hereby, reserved and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for birds and wild animals, subject to existing valid rights: SALT LAKE MERIDIAN T. 11 N., R. 10 W., sec. 4, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, SE. M NE. %, and E. % SE. %; and sec. 10, lots 1, 2, and SW. % NW. M; T. 12 N., R. 10 W., sec. 34, all. It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of.any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1098 and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (U. S. Code, Supp. IV, title 16, ch. 7a, sec. 715i, 45 Stat. 1224). This refuge shall be known as the Locomotive Springs Migratory Bird Refuge. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 29, 1931. [No. 5727] 1008 a, - OW-d

Page  1009 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5729 Executive Order 5728. September 29, 1931 Executive Order Extension of Trust Period on Allotments of Otoe and Missouria Indians, Oklahoma It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388-389), that the trust period on allotments made to members of the Otoe and Missouria tribes of Indians in Oklahoma, whose trust period expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, September 29, 1931. [No. 5728] Executive Order 5729. October 2, 1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Lands for Resurvey California Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 16 S., R. 21 E., San Bernardino meridian, California, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). 1009

Page  1010 EO 5730 Executive Orders This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October S, 1931. [No. 5729] Executive Order 5730. October 8, 1931 Executive Order Extension of Trust Period on Allotments of the Walker River Reservation, Nev. It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388-389), that the trust period on allotments made to members of the Walker River Indian Reservation, Nev., which trust period expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, October 8, 1931. [No. 5730] 1010

Page  1011 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5732 Executive Order 5731. October 13,1931 Executive Order Amending Schedule A, Subdivision VII, of the Civil-Service Rules Schedule A of the civil-service rules, Subdivision VII, Post Office Department, positions excepted from examination under the civil-service rules, is hereby amended by the addition of the following paragraph, to be numbered 6: 6. Temporary clerks, carriers, and laborers required for part-time or intermittent work in the Postal Service in connection with the present holiday or seasonal business from this date to February 1, 1932. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October 13, 1931. [No. 57311 Executive Order 5732. October 14,1931 Executive Order Withdrawal of Public Land for Lookout Station California Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), -as amended August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions therein expressed, it is hereby ordered that the NE. Y NW. 34 sec. 29, T. 21 S., R. 13 E., Mount Diablo meridian, California, 40 acres, be, and it is hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry for use as a lookout station in connection with cooperative forest-protection work. 1011

Page  1012 EO 5733 Executive Orders This order shall remain in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October 14, 1931. [No. 5732] Executive Order 5733. October 16, 1931 Executive Order Order of Modification Coal Withdrawal Wyoming No. 1 Executive order of July 13, 1910, effecting Coal Withdrawal Wyoming No. 1, under the provisions of the act approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), is hereby modified to permit the withdrawal and use of the following-described land as an air navigation site under the provisions of the act approved May 24, 1928 (45 Stat. 728): SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 20 N., R. 91 W., sec. 4, SW. % SW. 4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October 16, 1931. [No. 5733] 1012

Page  1013 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5735 Executive Order 5734. October 17,1931 Executive Order Extension of Trust Period on Allotments of the Warm Springs Reservation, Oreg. It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388-389), that the trust period on allotments made in favor of Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation, Oreg., which trust period expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October 17, 1931. [No. 5734] Executive Order 5735. October 20, 1931 executibe (Qrber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY NEW MEXICO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4942, dated July 30, 1928, which withdrew the public lands in T. 6 S., R. 8 W., New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in said township, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the 1013

Page  1014 EO 5736 Executive Orders date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of said township, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no rights may be acquired to the released land by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October 20, 1931. [No. 57351 Executive Order 5736. October 20, 1931 (Lxecutibe Qrber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR MILITARY PURPOSES PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Pursuant to section 9 of the act of Congress approved August 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 545, 547), entitled "AN ACT To declare the purpose of the people of the United States as to the future political status of the people of the Philippine Islands, and to provide a more autonomous government for those islands," the following tracts of public lands, property of the United States in the Philippine Islands, and easements over other adjacent lands of the same character, are hereby reserved and set apart for military purposes, subject to private rights if any there be: Blocks Nos. 22 and 23, and that portion of Sixth Street lying between said blocks, as shown on the plan of reclamation No. 1, Manila Harbor, P. I., surveyed during January, 1908, by Lewis P. Bailey, under the direction of the Director of Lands, Manila, P. I., together with the permanent right to construct and maintain pipe lines from oil tanks now constructed or to be constructed on said properties over and through the streets of said reclamation No. 1 to piers in Manila Harbor, and to extend the pipe lines via Engineer Island and such breakwaters and loading heads as are now or may be constructed. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October 20, 1931. [No. 5736] 1014

Page  1015 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5738 Executive Order 5737. October 22, 1931 Exetutibe OIrber AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSULAR REGULATIONS Section 55 of the Consular Regulations of 1896 is canceled as of this date. In the second sentence of the first paragraph of section 524 of the Consular Regulations, delete the words "calendar year" and substitute therefor the words "fiscal year beginning July 1." Section 524 as so amended shall become effective January 1, 1932; but for the period from January 1, 1932, to June 30, 1932, the accounts of consular agents for tonnage fees for regularly documented American vessels running regularly, making weekly or monthly trips, or otherwise, to or between foreign ports, shall be settled on the basis of the first two trips of such vessels. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October U9, 1981. [No. 5737] Executive Order 5738. October 29, 1931 Cxetutibe Qerber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. LOUISE A. GALLUVAN Mrs. Louise A. Gallivan may be appointed as Grade CAF-1 Clerk in the Boston Regional Office of the Veterans' Administration without regard to the requirements of the civil-service rules. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, October 29, 1931. [No. 5738] 1015

Page  1016 EO 5739 Executive Orders Executive Order 5739. October 30, 1931 Cxecutibe @rber POWER-SITE RESTORATION NO. 464 IDAHO So much of the orders of February 25, 1910, creating Temporary Power-Site Withdrawal No. 117, and July 2, 1910, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 117, as affects the lands hereinafter described, is hereby revoked: BOISE MERIDIAN T. 3 S., R. 1 E., sec. 21, W. X NE. X, N. M SE. S, SE. Y SE. %; sec. 22, SW. Y SW. Y. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, October 30, 1931. [No. 5739] Executive Order 5740. October 31, 1931 Cxecutibe Qrber ST. MARKS MIGRATORY BIRD REFUGE FLORIDA It is hereby ordered that unsurveyed fractional section 1, township 5 south, range 1 east of the Tallahassee meridian, in Wakulla County, Fla., be, and the same is hereby, reserved and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for wild animals and birds, subject to existing valid rights. The land involved has been withdrawn for lighthouse reservation purposes and is primarily under the jurisdiction of the Department of Commerce, and its reservation as a wild-life refuge is subject to the use thereof by said department for lighthouse purposes at all times, and the enforcement of law by the Department of Agri 1016,aFurrarS- I ~ -

Page  1017 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5741 culture shall be without interference with any existing or proposed regulations of the Department of Commerce pertaining to its Lighthouse Service personnel and their duties on the reservation. It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1098 and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929, United States Code, Supplement IV, title 16, chapter 7a, section 715i (45 Stat. 1224). This refuge shall be known as the St. Marks Migratory Bird Refuge. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, October 31, 1931. [No. 5740] Executive Order 5741. November 2, 1931 Cxetutibe Qrber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY WYOMING It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4608, dated March 10, 1927, which withdrew, among other lands, the public lands in T. 47 N., R. 90 W., sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to the above-mentioned township. 1017 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 16

Page  1018 EO 5742 Executive Orders And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert-land laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recogmtion is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 2, 1931. [No. 5741] Executive Order 5742. November 3, 1931 (xetutibe 9 rber APPOINTMENT OF MR. WILLIAM C. WHITE Mr. William C. White may be appointed to the position of naval architect, Professional Service, grade 4, at $3,800 per annum, to act as chief draftsman in the Office of the Superintending Constructor, United States Navy, Groton, Conn., in connection with the construction of the submarine Cuttlefish. Qualified persons for this position are limited in number, difficult to locate, and except in rare instances can not be obtained through civil-service open competitive examinations. It is essential that the appointee be familiar with the construction of submarines in accordance with the practice of the Navy Department. Mr. White has had nearly five years of service under the Navy Department and subsequent 1018 en! e

Page  1019 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5743 thereto has been engaged upon shipbuilding work. He is known to possess the requisite qualifications for the position of chief draftsman. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of the Navy. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 3, 1931. [No. 5742] Executive Order 5743. November 7,1931 Cxecutibe drber PARTIAL REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS ARKANSAS It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5194 of September 16, 1929, withdrawing certain public lands in Arkansas for classification, be, and it is hereby, revoked in so far as it affects the following described lands: FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 3 N., R. 23 W., that part of the NE. Y SW. Y sec. 15, lying north and west of the Fourche Lafave River; T. 5 N., R. 26 W., sec. 32, SE. % SE. Y4; T. 1 N., R. 28 W., sec. 5, SW. Y SE. X, sec. 6, SE. Y SE. Y and SW. x SW. Y; T. 1 N., R. 29 W., sec. 1, SE. Y4 SE. Y. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85, approved June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the public lands in the areas released from such withdrawal shall be opened only to entry under the homestead laws by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by said resolution, under the terms and conditions of said resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, for a period of 91 days beginning with the 63d day from and after the date hereof, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any applicable public land law. 1019

Page  1020 EO 5744 Executive Orders Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to such lands by settlement in advance of entry, or otherwise except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 7, 1931. [No. 5743] Executive Order 5744. November 7, 1931 Cxecutibt 9rber POWER-SITE RESTORATION No. 465 COLORADO So much of the orders of May 15, 1909, creating Temporary Power-Site Withdrawal No. 2, and July 2, 1910, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 2, as affects the lands hereinafter described, is hereby revoked: NEW MEXICO MERIDIAN T. 43 N., R. 6 W., sec. 31, all. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 7, 1931. [No. 57441 1020

Page  1021 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5746 Executive Order 5745. November 7, 1931 Cxecutibe QOrber POWER-SITE RESTORATION No. 466 WYOMING So much of the orders of May 26, 1909, creating Temporary Power-Site Withdrawal No. 5, July 21, 1909, creating Temporary Power-Site Withdrawal No. 30, and July 2, 1910, creating Power-Site Reserves Nos. 5 and 30, as affects the lands hereinafter described, is hereby revoked: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 35 N., R. 111 W., sec. 8, S. X NE. 9, NE. Y SE. h. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 7, 1931. [No. 5745] Executive Order 5746. November 10, 1931 Cxetutibe ~rber EXTENSION OF TRUST PERIOD ON ALLOTMENTS OF THE YAKIMA INDIAN RESERVATION, WASH. It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388, 389), that the trust periods on allotments made in favor of Indians of the Yakima Reservation, Wash., which trust periods expire 1021

Page  1022 EO 5747 Executive Orders during the calendar years 1931 and 1932, be, and the same are hereby, extended for a period of 10 years from the dates of expiration. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 10, 1931. [No. 5746] Executive Order 5747. November 11, 1931 Cxetutibe rbter BIG LAKE RESERVATION ARKANSAS It is hereby ordered that the Big Lake Reservation, Ark., created for the protection of native birds, by Executive Order No. 2230, dated August 2, 1915, reduced by Executive Order No. 2872, dated May 31, 1918, and modified by Executive Order No. 3964, dated February 23, 1924, be, and the same is hereby, further modified as to area and boundary lines, subject to existing valid rights, so as to exclude therefrom certain parcels on which patents have issued and to include therein certain tracts lying exterior to the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen, Mississippi County, Ark. The reservation as thus modified is shown upon the diagram hereto annexed and forming a part hereof, and embraces the following described surveyed lands together with all unsurveyed islands in Big Lake and Little River within the reserved area as shown upon such diagram: FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 14 N., R. 9 E., sec. 2, lots 3, 4, 9, and part of lot 10 lying north and west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; sec. 3, lots 1 to 11, inclusive; sec. 4, lot 6; sec. 10, lots 2, 3, 7, and part of lots 1, 8, and 9 lying north and west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; and 1022 c. cow.

Page  1023 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5747 sec. 11, part of lot 1 lying north and west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; T. 15 N., R. 9 E., sec. 3, lot 4, SW. % NW. %, W. SW., and part of lot 3, SE. NW. }S, and SE. 3j SW. %' lying west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; sec. 4, lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, and 14; sec. 9, lots 1 to 8, inclusive; sec. 10, lots 1, 2, 3, SW. }E SW. 34, E. %2 SW. %, and part of NE. %, NW. 4, and N. Y SE. }E lying south and west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; sec. 14, lots 1 to 6, inclusive, and part of N. % NW. %4 and NE. }4 SE. % lying south and west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; sec. 15, lots 1 to 9, inclusive, N. X NW. 4, and SE. 3 NW. Y; sec. 16, lots 1 to 3, inclusive; sec. 21, lots 1 to 4, inclusive; sec. 22, lots 1 to 4, inclusive; sec. 23, lots 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, S. 34 SW. N, and part of lot 4 and SE. }E lying west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; sec. 26, lots 2, 3, 4, NW. 34, W. 3% SW. }, and part of NE. he and lots 1 and 5 lying west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; sec. 27, lots 1 to 5, inclusive, and SE. 4% NE. 3; sec. 28, lot 5; sec. 33, lots 1 to 4, inclusive; sec. 34, lots 1 to 11, inclusive; and sec. 35, lots 1 to 7, inclusive, and part of E. 3 NE. 4 lying west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; T. 16 N., R. 9 E., sec. 21, lot 2; sec. 22, lots 2 to 5, inclusive; sec. 27, lots 2, 3, 5, and part of lots 1, 4, and 6, lying west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen; sec. 28, lots 1 to 4, inclusive; sec. 33, lots 1, 3, 6, and 7; and sec. 34, lots 1, 2, 3, and part of SW. %4 SW. 4 lying west of the west boundary of drainage district number seventeen. It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended 1023

Page  1024 EO 5747 Executive Orders near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1088, 1098, and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (45 Stat. 1222, 1224; U. S. Code, Supp. IV, title 16, ch. 7a). This refuge shall be known as the Big Lake Reservation. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 11, 1931. [No. 5747] 1024

Page  1025 Herbert Hoover, 1929-i933 EO 5747 FOURTH EXECUTIVE ORDER BIG LAKE RESERVATION For Protection ofNative Birds MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARP(ANSAS as I ereymorvY oy b6okv /ine d#J/y"7oied_&ja.#z 4b% s A~MWWWir74i- )P ift 2r Z,I 29 2. 171 A*Ytd U. S. DEPARTMEMT *Or AORICULTURK BIOLOGICAL SURVEY P# G.A4p.MO00.CN"g0 Atea Eliminated 1025

Page  1026 EO 5748 Executive Orders Executive Order 5748. November 12, 1931 (exeutibe 9, r er SAVANNAH RIVER WILD LIFE REFUGE GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4626, dated April 6, 1927, creating the Savannah River Bird Refuge in South Carolina, for the protection of native birds, be, and the same is hereby, revoked, and it is hereby further ordered that all those three pieces or parcels of land of the United States, hereinafter described, shown as parts of Vernezobre, Redeem, Lucknow, Beech Hill, Recess, and Red Knoll Plantations bordering upon or near the Savannah River in the States of South Carolina and Georgia situated within the areas segregated by the heavy lines upon the diagram hereto attached and made a part of this order, be, and the same are hereby, reserved and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for birds and wild animals subject to future use in navigation if necessary and to valid existing rights if any. (The surveys of the following-described tracts were made in September, 1929, January and February, 1930, and February, 1931. All bearings in these descriptions were turned from the true meridian as determined by altitude observations on the sun during the progress of the surveys, and all distances are expressed in chains. The mean magnetic declination was found to be 0~ 08' E.) First tract, being all that piece or parcel of land, parts of Vernezobre, Redeem, Lucknow, and Beech Hill Plantations, lying in Jasper County, S. C., and more particularly described as follows: Chs. Beginning at corner No. 1, the southwest corner of Beech Hill Plantation and the northwest corner of Laurel Hill Plantation, in the line between Chatham County, Ga., and Jasper County, S. C., about 25 chs. northwest of United States Highway No. 17, on the left bank of Savannah Back River, at mean high water, a pointFrom this point, S. 88~ 40' E., 0.42 ch. distant, a 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set for a witness corner, From this witness corner, A 12 in. sugarberry bears N. 31~ 15' E., 0.57 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-1;" Thence S. 88~ 40' E. 1026 -r III `1 I -IICPIYIB

Page  1027 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5748 Chs. With the line common to Beech Hill and Laurel Hill Plantations, passing within Jasper County, S. C., and crossing United States Highway No. 17, 80.31 Corner No. 2, in the line common to Beech Hill and Laurel Hill Plantations, at the intersection of submerged rice-field banks, in open ponds about 3 chs. northwest of a small islandA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, No bearing trees available; Thence, with three courses through Beech Hill Plantation, N. 3~ 48' W. Along a rice-field bank, partly submerged, crossing United States Highway No. 17 and Beech Hill Canal, 31.19 Corner No. 3, at intersection of submerged banksA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, No bearing trees available, S. 88~ 00' W. Along an old rice-field bank, in part submerged, 17. 55 Corner No. 4, at intersection of rice-field banks, on the south side of old ditch or canal bearing N. 88~ E.A 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, A 30 in. cypress bears N. 63~ E., 0.72 ch. distant, blazed and notched for a witness, Some saplings marked for pointers, N. 3~ 46' W. Along a rice-field bank, in part submerged, 13. 36 Corner No. 5, in line common to Beech Hill and Lucknow Plantations, at intersection of rice-field banks now submergedA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, No bearing trees available, Some saplings marked for witnesses; Thence, with four courses common to Beech Hill and Lucknow Plantations, S. 86~ 57' E. 32. 30 Corner No. 6, at a turn in the Beech Hill-Lucknow line bankA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, No bearing trees available, Some saplings marked for witnesses, S. 64~ 00' E. 1. 52 Corner No. 7, at a turn in the Beech Hill-Lucknow line bankA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, 1027

Page  1028 EO 5748 Executive Orders Chs. No bearing trees available, S. 54~ 28' E. 3. 79 Corner No. 8, at a turn in the Beech Hill-Lucknow line bankA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, Two small saplings marked for witnesses, S. 87~ 24' E. 23.48 Corner No. 9, in the line common to Beech Hill and Lucknow Plantations, at the southeast corner of an old rice field and at the intersection of rice-field banks, about 1 ch. west of a clump of cypressA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, A 20 in. cypress bears S. 78~ E., 1.09 chs. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-9;" Thence, with three courses through Lucknow Plantation, N. 1~ 55' E. Along a bank on the east side of an abandoned rice field, 25. 65 Corner No. 10, at the south edge of an abandoned road in a cypress swamp, near the east end of Heyward Canal, at intersection of ricefield banksA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, A 10 in. cypress bears S. 71~ W., 0.23 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-10," Some saplings marked for witnesses, N. 87~ 00' W. With an old bank on the south side of an abandoned road and on the north side of Heyward Canal, 11.44 Corner No. 11, at intersection of rice-field banks on the north side of Heyward CanalA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, No bearing trees available, N. 4~ 00' E. Along a rice-field bank, the greater part thereof now submerged, 23. 23 Corner No. 12, in the line common to Lucknow and Vernezobre Plantations, at the northeast corner of an abandoned rice field and the comer of a cypress swamp, at intersection of submerged rice-field banksA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, A 7 in. ash bears N. 58~ E., 0.41 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-12;" Thence N. 88~ 21' W. Along a rice-field bank, the greater part thereof submerged and along the south side of a cypress swamp, 1028

Page  1029 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5748 Chs. 40.39 Corner No. 13, a corner common to Vernezobre and Redeem Plantations, in the north boundary of Lucknow Plantation, at intersection of submerged rice-field banks about 4 chs. southwest of edge of cypress swampA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, The north edge of a brick chimney near the mouth of Vernezobre Creek bears N. 74~ 28' W. about 1 mile distant, The center line of Lynah brick chimney bears N. 12~ 22' W. about % mile distant; Thence N. 2~ 22' E. In part, with the line common to Redeem and Vernezobre Plantations, along a rice-field bank, the greater part thereof submerged, 69.12 Corner No. 14, in the north boundary of Vernezobre Plantation, in the center line of a ditch or canal, a pointFrom this point, S. 2~ 22' W., 0.38 ch. distant, on north slope of Vernezobre freshet bank, a 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set for a witness corner, From this witness corner, A 7 in. sweet gum bears S. 37~ W., 0.18 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT WC 14," A 13 in. gum bears N. 86~ W., 0.30 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT WC 14;" Thence N. 86~ 46' W. With the north boundary of Vernezobre Plantation, along a ditch or canal, 136.25 Corner No. 15, the northwest corner of Vernezobre Plantation, in the line between Jasper County, S. C., and Chatham County, Ga., at mean high water, on the left bank of Savannah Back River, a pointFrom this point, S. 79~ 18' E., 3.22 chs. distant, a 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set for a witness corner, on the south side of old ditch or canal, From this witness corner, A 12 in. maple bears N. 77~ W., 0.12 ch. distant, notched and blazed for a witness, A 10 in. maple bears N. 48~ E., 0.20 ch. distant, notched and blazed for a witness, Some saplings notched and blazed for witnesses; Thence, with the line common to Jasper County, S. C., and Chatham County, Ga., along mean high water with the meanders thereof, down the left bank of Savannah Back River, 303.35 The place of beginning. 1029

Page  1030 EO 5748 Executive Orders Second tract, being all that piece or parcel of land, a part of Recess Plantation, lying in Jasper County, S. C., and more particularly described as follows: Chs. Beginning at corner No. 1, a corner common to Recess and Laurel Hill Plantations, at intersection of line banks on the south side of John Hill Canal, about 35 chs. southeast of United States Highway No. 17 -A 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, The west edge of the end post on the north side of the west end of highway bridge over Taylor Canal bears N. 10~ 40' W. about 35 chs. distant; Thence S. 42~ 25' E. With a line common to Recess and Laurel Hill Plantations, along a line bank between abandoned rice fields, 35. 91 Corner No. 2, common to Recess and Laurel Hill Plantations, at intersection of line banks with a check bank bearing S. 37~ E.A 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, A 3 in. willow bears S. 74~ E., 0.08 ch. distant, blazed and marked with three notches; Thence S. 88~ 21' E. In part with line common to Recess and Laurel Hill Plantations and. in part within Recess Plantation, 67. 50 Passing in line a 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe, corner common to Recess and Laurel Hill Plantations, 99. 30 Corner No. 3, on a bank about 2 ft. above ordinary high tide, at intersection with a bank bearing north and southA 1 in.x 1% in. x 60 in. iron bar set, No bearing tree available, Some saplings blazed and notched for witnesses; Thence S. 0~ 18' W. Through Recess Plantation, 49. 80 Corner No. 4, in the south boundary of Recess Plantation, on a submerged bank about 1 ch. north of an islandA 13% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, Two gum stumps bear south 0.50 ch. distant, No bearing trees available; Thence, with two courses of the south boundary of Recess Plantation, along a line bank, the greater part of which is submerged, N. 89~ 44' W. 89. 30 Corner No. 5, at a turn in the line bankA 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, No bearing trees or saplings available for witnesses, S. 64~ 59' W. 1030

Page  1031 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5748 Chs. 12. 34 Corner No. 6, at intersection of line banksA 1S in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, A sapling blazed for a witness; Thence, with five courses through Recess Plantation, N. 35~ 38' W. Passing over Big Hill, 15. 76 Corner No. 7, in the south edge and at turn of a canal bearing S. 64~ W. and N. 20~ E., at the west edge of Big Hill Island, a pointFrom this point, S. 35~ 38' E., 0.12 ch. distant, a 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set for a witness corner, No bearing trees available, N. 62~ 26' E. 2. 96 Corner No. 8, on the south side of a bank, at edge of abandoned rice field, on the north end of Big Hill IslandA 1S in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, A 33 in. live oak bears S. 54~ 30' W., 0.88 ch. distant, blazed and notched for a witness, N. 35~ 52' W. Along a line bank, the greater part thereof being submerged, 44.94 Corner No. 9, in the center line of Recess Main Canal where a ricefield bank would intersect same, a pointFrom this point, S. 35~ 52' E., 0.50 ch. distant, a 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set for a witness corner, on the southeast side of Recess Main Canal, Some small saplings notched and blazed for witnesses, N. 46~ 47' E. With the center line of Recess Main Canal, 13.49 Corner No. 10, in the center line of Recess Main Canal, where a ricefield bank would intersect same, a pointFrom this point, N. 35~ 38' W., 0.40 ch. distant, a 1Y in. x 60 in. iron pipe set for a witness corner, at northwest edge of canal, N. 35~ 38' W. With a line bank, 17.66 Corner No. 11, on a line bank common to Recess and Laurel Hill Plantations, just northeast of a break in same, about 0.55 ch. southwest from where John Hill Canal turns and bears N. 88~ W.A 1% in. x 60 in. iron pipe set, No bearing trees or saplings available for witnesses; Thence N. 47~ 26' E. 1031

Page  1032 EO 5748 Executive Orders Chs. With a line common to Recess and Laurel Hill Plantations along a bank on the southeast side of John Hill Canal, 14.39 The place of beginning. Third tract, being all that piece or parcel of land known as Red Knoll Plantation, lying on the upper end of Argyle Island, in Chatham County, Ga., and more particularly described as follows: Chs. Beginning at corner No. 1, the southwest corner of Red Knoll Plantation, on the west side of Argyle Island about % of a mile from the head thereof, at the west end of a canal, in the left bank of Middle River, at mean high water, a pointFrom this point, S. 29~ 27' E., 0.34 ch. distant, a 4 in. ash blazed and scribed "B-S-1-5," for a witness corner, From this witness corner, A 4 in. sweet gum bears S. 89~ E., 0.40 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-1-5;" Thence, with three courses of the south boundary of Red Knoll Plantation, across Argyle Island, N. 89~ 04' E. Along a canal, 29.72 Corner No. 2, in the center of a canal at the east end thereof, a pointFrom this point, S. 3~ 00' E., 0.30 ch. distant, a 1% in. x 70 in. iron pipe set for a witness corner, From this witness corner, A 6 in. ash bears N. 31~ W., 0.82 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-2-5," S. 3~ 00' E. Along a line bank, 10.10 Corner No., 3, at intersection of line banksA 1% in. x 70 in. iron pipe set, A 15 in. pine bears S. 64~ E., 2.29 chs. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-3-5," A 6 in. live oak bears N. 2~ E., 0.78 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-3-5,2 S. 88~ 03' E. Along a line bank, 51.44 Corner No. 4, the southeast corner of Red Knoll Plantation, on the east side of Argyle Island, on the right bank of Savannah Back River and the east end of a line bank, at mean high waterA 1% in. x 70 in. iron pipe set, 1032

Page  1033 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5748 Chs. A 10 in. maple bears S. 88~ W., 1.35 chs. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-5," A 10 in. black gum bears N. 74~ W., 1.98 chs. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-5;" Thence, along the east side of Argyle Island, up the right bank of Savannah Back River, along mean high water with the meanders thereof, 106.48 Corner No. 5, the north corner of Red Knoll Plantation, at the head of Argyle IslandA 13% in. x 70 in. iron pipe set, A 7 in. black gum bears S. 18~ E., 0.20 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-5-S," A 28 in. cypress bears S. 65~ W., 0.56 ch. distant, blazed and scribed "BT-5-; " Thence, along the west side of Argyle Island, down the left bank of Middle River, along mean high water with the meanders thereof, 76.15 The place of beginning. The three tracts as surveyed and described above contain an aggregate of 2,982.78 acres, be the same more or less. It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1088, 1098 and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929, United States Code, Supplement IV, title 16, chapter 7a, section 715i (45 Stat. 1222, 1224). This refuge shall be known as the Savannah River Wild Life Refuge. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November IS, 1931. [No. 6748] 1033 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 17

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Page  1035 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5749 Executive Order 5749. November 20, 1931 Cxetutibe @rber PARTIAL REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY COLORADO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 3866, dated June 14, 1923, which withdrew, among other lands, the public lands in T. 39 N., R. 3 E., New Mexico principal meridian, Colorado, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to the above-mentioned township. The lands in this township were withdrawn for the proposed San Juan Forest Reserve, now Rio Grande National Forest, effective April 2, 1903. Secs. 2 to 5 inclusive, E. % sec. 8, all sec. 9, N. / sec. 10, said township and range, were restored to settlement effective October 21, 1904, and to entry effective March 15, 1905. These lands were again withdrawn for the San Juan Forest on January 28, 1907. The lands in the township will not, therefore, become subject to disposition under the general public land laws upon the revocation of the withdrawal except in the case of valid adverse claims initiated prior to April 2, 1903, when they were first withdrawn for forest purposes; or as to secs. 2 to 5 inclusive, E. % sec. 8, all of sec. 9, N. % sec. 10, between the dates October 21, 1904, and January 28, 1907, the period when they were restored from withdrawal for forest purposes. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 20, 1931. [No. 57491 1035

Page  1036 EO 5750 Executive Orders Executive Order 5750. November 23, 1931 Cxecutibe Erber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF LANDS FOR LIGHTHOUSE PURPOSES CALIFORNIA It is hereby ordered that so much of Executive order of January 26, 1867, as withdrew a tract of land at Point Buchon, Calif., for lighthouse purposes, and Executive order of November 27, 1905, which withdrew lots 8 and 9, fractional sec. 36, township 29 south, range 10 east of the Mount Diablo meridian, California, for lighthouse purposes be, and are hereby, revoked. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, November 23, 1931. [No. 5750] Executive Order 5751. December 3,1931 Cxecutibe Brber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION COLORADO Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the following-described areas in the State of Colorado be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification, subject to the conditions of the aforesaid acts and to valid existing claims: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 25 S., R. 73 W., secs. 31 and 32; 1036

Page  1037 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5752 T. 26 S., R. 73 W., secs. 3 to 11, inclusive; secs. 14 to 23, inclusive; secs. 26 to 35, inclusive; T. 27 S., R. 73 W., secs. 3 to 10, inclusive; secs. 15 to 22, inclusive; NEW MEXICO PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 40 N., R. 12 E., secs. 1 and 2; sec. 11, NE. %; secs. 12, 13, 24, and 25; T. 41 N., R. 12 E., sec. 10, lots 1 to 4, inclusive; sec. 11, lots 1 to 4, inclusive; sec. 12, lots 1 to 4, inclusive; secs. 13 to 15, inclusive; secs. 22 to 27, inclusive; secs. 34 to 36, inclusive; and unsurveyed land which upon survey will probably be described as: Fractional T. 40 N., R. 13 E.; Fractional T. 41 N., R. 13 E.; Fractional T. 42 N., R. 13 E., secs. 30 and 31. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 8, 19S1. [No. 5751] Executive Order 5752. December 3, 1931 Cxetutibe ( rber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE DATIL TO THE CIBOLA, FORMERLY MANZANO, NATIONAL FOREST NEW MEXICO Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36) U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now parts of the 1037

Page  1038 EO 5752 Executive Orders Datil National Forest as defined by proclamation of January 23, 1925 (43 Stat. 1984), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to and made parts of the Manzano National Forest as defined by proclamation of August 29, 1924 (43 Stat. 1966), as modified by Executive Order No. 4208 of April 20, 1925; the name of the said Manzano National Forest is hereby changed to Cibola National Forest. All lands now a part of the Datil National Forest lying in: NEW MEXICO PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN Tps. 3 and 4 S., R. 2 W.; Tps. 2, 3, 4, and 5 S., R. 3 W.; Tps. 1 and 2 N., and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 S., R. 4 W.; Tps. 1 and 2 N., and 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 S., R. 5 W.; Tps. 1 and 2 N., and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 S., R. 6 W.; Tps. 1 and 2 N., and 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 S., R. 7 W.; Tps. 1 and 2 N., and 4, 5, 6, and 7 S., R. 8 W.; Tps. 1 and 2 N., and 1 and 2 S., R. 9 W.; Tps. 1 and 2 N., and 1 and 2 S., R. 10 W.; Tps. 1 and 2 N., and 1, 2, and 3 S., R. 11 W.; Tps. 1 N., and 1 and 2 S., R. 12 W. The transfers effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Cibola National Forest are more clearly shown on the diagram attached hereto and made a part hereof. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a nationalforest status which have hitherto not had such status nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 3, 1931. [No. 5752] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. 1038 -~^ —4~Y-""~ --- —-- - -- - ----— ~-~lls(PQ~lll- - - -L

Page  1039 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5753 Executive Order 5753. December 7, 1931 executibe ~rber AMENDMENT OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULE VII IN RELATION TO THE APPORTIONMENT Civil-Service Rule VII, section 2, is hereby amended by (1) changing the colon after the word "apportionment" in the first sentence of the first paragraph to a comma, and adding the following clause: "and the appointments of persons covered into the classified service by Executive order or otherwise, or exempted from the restrictions of the quota provision in certification, shall be excluded from the apportionment figures:" and by (2) striking out the word "and" before the words "telephone operator," in the second paragraph of said section, changing the period at the end of said paragraph to a comma, and adding the following: "and mechanical trades and allied positions of the noneducational class, incumbents of which are retirable at not over 65 years of age." As amended, section 2 of Civil-Service Rule VII will read as follows: 2. Certification for appointment in the departments or independent offices at Washington shall be so made as to maintain, as nearly as the conditions of good administration will warrant, the apportionment of appointments among the several States and Territories and the District of Columbia upon the basis of population, but eligibles who have been granted military preference shall be certified without regard to apportionment, and the appointments of persons covered into the classified service by Executive order or otherwise, or exempted from the restrictions of the quota provision in certification, shall be excluded from the apportionment figures: Provided, that appointments to the following positions shall not be so apportioned: In all departments and offices: Apprentice, cabinet-maker, carpenter, electric lineman, electric wireman, engraver, gardener, helper (if approved by the commission), painter, plumber, skilled laborer (female), student, telephone operator, and mechanical trades and allied positions of the noneducational class, incumbents of which are retirable at not over 65 years of age. In the Government Printing Office, mail equipment shops, local offices in the District of Columbia, field service of the military staff departments, and at Army headquarters: All positions. In the Bureau of Engraving and Printing: Plate printer and skilled helper. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 7, 1931. [No. 5753] 1039

Page  1040 EO 5754 Executive Orders Executive Order 5754. December 7,1931 Cxecutibe @rber PUBLIC WATER RESERVE No. 144 ALASKA Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), entitled "AN ACT To authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter listed be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, and reserved for public use in accordance with the provisions of section 10 of the act of December 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 862, 865): Beginning at Corner No. 3, Amended United States Survey No. 375, Juneau Land District in approximate latitude 58~ 18' N. and longitude 134~ 24' W. Thence from said initial point along the east boundary of United States Survey No. 375 South, 219.76 ft.; East, 200 ft.; South, 200 ft., to a point on the north boundary of United States Survey No. 591, 200 ft. east of Corner No. 9. Thence along the north boundary of United States Survey No. 591 East 484.42 ft. to Corner No. 8; this corner is identical with Corner No. 1, Mineral Survey No. 926. Thence along line 1-2 Mineral Survey No. 926, N. 61~ 32' E., 600 ft., to Corner No. 2. Thence N. 83~ 42' W., 1,219.24 ft., more or less, to Corner No. 3, Amended United States Survey No. 375, the place of beginning. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 7, 1931. [No. 5754] 1040

Page  1041 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5755 Executive Order 5755. December 10, 1931 Cxetutibe 0rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION MISSISSIPPI Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847 -848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions therein expressed and to all valid existing rights, it is hereby ordered that the following-described areas in the State of Mississippi be, and they are hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, for classification and pending determination as to the advisability of including such lands in a national forest: WASHINGTON MERIDIAN T. 4 N., R. 1 E., sec. 1, lot 12; T. 6 N., R. 3 E., sec. 15, NE. % NE. Y; T. 6 N., R. 5 E., sec. 17, SE. % SW. M; T. 7 N., R. 5 E., sec. 3, N. % NW. Y (lot 2); sec. 10, SE. % SE. %; T. 8 N., R. 5 E., sec. 22, SE. 4 NE. 4. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, December 10, 1981. [No. 5755] 1041

Page  1042 EO 5756 Executive Orders Executive Order 5756. December 16,1931 (xecutibe QIrber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE LEWIS AND CLARK TO THE HELENA NATIONAL FOREST MONTANA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now a part of the Lewis and Clark National Forest as defined by proclamation of June 19, 1912 (37 Stat. 1753), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Helena National Forest: All lands lying south and east of a line beginning at the northeast corner of sec. 36, township 17 north, range 7 west, Montana meridian; thence in a southwesterly direction along the hydrographic divide between the East Fork of Falls Creek on the west and Bedrock and Green Creeks on the east to an intersection with the Continental Divide; thence following the Continental Divide to its intersection with the east line of sec. 30, township 16 north, range 7 west, Montana meridian. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a nationalforest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 16, 1931. [No. 5756] 1042

Page  1043 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5757 Executive Order 5757. December 16, 1931 Cxecutibe t rber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE MADISON AND THE DEERLODGE TO THE BEAVERHEAD NATIONAL FOREST MONTANA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now parts of the Madison National Forest as defined by proclamation of September 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 1763-1764), or of the Deerlodge National Forest as defined by proclamation of June 28, 1910 (36 Stat. 2711), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Beaverhead National Forest: FROM THE MADISON NATIONAL FOREST All parts thereof lying south and west of a line beginning at a point on the east line of unsurveyed sec. 10, T. 3 S., R. 5 W., where the hydrographic divide between Bear CGulch.and Goodrich Gulch intersects said line; thence in an easterly direction along said divide to its intersection with the crest of the Tobacco Root Molntains aIat Apa Mountain; thence in a southeasterly direction along the crest of said mountains passing over Granite Peak to a point where the hydrographic divide between East Fork Granite Creek on the west and Fletcher Creek on the east intersects the south line of sec. 8, T. 5 S., R. 2 W., all Montana meridian; also those parts lying in Tps. 12, 13, 14, and 15 S., R. 2 E.; Tps. 11, 12, and 13 S., R. 1 E.; Tps. 9, 10, 11, and 12 S., R. 1 W.; Tps. 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 S., R. 2 W.; Tps. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 S., R. 3 W.; Tps. 9, 10, 11, and 12 S., R. 4 W.; T. 12 S., R. 5 W., all Montana meridian. FROM THE DEERLODGE NATIONAL FOREST All parts thereof lying south and west of the following-described line: Beginning at the quarter-section corner on the east line of sec. 31, T. 3 N., R. 12 W.; thence to the northeast corner of said section; thence west 2Y miles to the southeast corner of the SW. % SE. Y sec. 26, T. 3 N., R. 13 W.; thence north 2% miles to the northeast corner of the SW. %4 NE. % sec. 14, said township; thence west one-fourth mile; thence north one-fourth mile to the north quarter corner of said sec. 14; thence west one-fourth mile; thence north one-half mile to the northeast corner of the NW. % SW. Y sec. 11, said township; thence west one-fourth mile; thence north one-half mile to the northeast corner sec. 10, said township; thence west one-half mile; thence north one-fourth mile to the northeast corner of the SE. % SW. % sec. 3, said township; thence west one-half mile; thence north threefourths mile to the northeast corner sec. 4, said township; thence west along the north township line and continuing westerly along the north township line of 1043

Page  1044 EO 5758 Executive Orders unsurveyed T. 3 N., R. 14 W., all Montana meridian, to intersection with the Continental Divide; also all national-forest land lying south and west of the following-described line: Beginning at the northwest corner of the SW. % NW. X sec. 7; T. 2 N., R. 11 W.; thence east one-fourth mile; thence south one-fourth mile; thence east one-fourth mile; thence south one-fourth mile; thence east one-fourth mile; thence south onefourth mile to the southwest corner of the SE. % SE. 4 said sec. 7; thence east threefourths mile to the north quarter corner of sec. 17, said township; thence south onefourth mile; thence east one-fourth mile; thence south one-fourth mile; thence east one-fourth mile; thence south one-half mile to the southeast corner said sec. 17; thence east approximately 1 mile to intersection with the present boundary of the Beaverbead National Forest; above descriptions all refer to the Montana meridian. The transfers effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Beaverhead National Forest are more clearly shown on the diagram attached hereto and made a part hereof. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a national-forest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. 11 ERBEIRT IOO)VEiR THE WHITE HOUSE, December 16, 1931. [No. 5757] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. Executive Order 5758. December 16, 1931 Cxecutibe rtrter TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE LOLO TO THE CABINET NATIONAL FOREST MONTANA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now parts of the Lolo National Forest as defined by proclamation of April 30, 1912 (37 Stat. 1739 -1740), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Cabinet National Forest: 1044

Page  1045 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5758 All lands of the Lolo National Forest lying to the north and west of a line described as follows: Beginning at Milepost 176.129 on the Montana-Idaho State line; thence in a northeasterly direction following the hydrographic divide between Dry and Marble Creeks on the east and South Fork Little Joe Creek and Cold Creek on the west to an intersection with the south line of sec. 7, township 17 north, range 27 west, Montana meridian; thence east along section lines to the southeast comer sec. 9, said township; thence north to northeast corner said sec. 9; thence east to southeast corner sec. 3, said township; thence north to northeast corner said sec. 3; thence east on north line sec. 2, said township, to a point where said line is intersected by the hydrographic divide between Four Mile Creek on the west and Sloway Gulch on the east; thence northeasterly along said hydrographic divide to its intersection with the hydrographic divide at the head of Keystone Creek, Pardee Creek, Flat Creek, and Nine Mile Creek; thence easterly along said hydrographic divide to an intersection with the boundary of the former Flathead Indian Reservation; also that part of sec. 15, township 17 north, range 27 west, Montana meridian, which is now a part of the Lolo National Forest. The transfer effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Cabinet National Forest are more clearly shown on the diagram attached hereto and made a part hereof. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a national-forest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. HERBERT HOOVER THm WHITE Housz, December 16, 1981. [No. 5758] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. 1045

Page  1046 EO 5759 Executive Orders Executive Order 5759. December 16, 1931 ~xetutibe @rber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE MADISON, MISSOULA, AND HELENA TO THE DEERLODGE NATIONAL FOREST, AND ELIMINATION OF LANDS THEREFROM MONTANA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now parts of the Madison National Forest as defined by proclamation of September 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 1763-1764), and the Missoula National Forest as defined by proclamation of January 31, 1929 (45 Stat. 2989), and the Helena National Forest as defined by proclamation of January 31, 1929 (45 Stat. 2989), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Deerlodge National Forest: FROM THE MADISON NATIONAL FOREST All lands thereof lying to the north and west of a line beginning at a point on the east line of unsurveyed sec. 10, T. 3 S., R. 5 W., where the hydrographic divide between Bear Gulch and Goodrich Gulch intersects said line; thence in an easterly direction along said divide to an intersection with the crest of Tobacco Root Mountains at Apa Mountain; thence southeasterly along the crest of said Tobacco Root Mountains to Granite Peak; thence in a northeasterly direction along the hydrographic divide between South Boulder River drainage on the west and North Willow Creek drainage on the east, passing over Potosi Peak and Hollow Top Mountain, to an intersection with the east line of sec. 9, T. 2 S., R. 3 W.-all Montana meridian. FROM THE MISSOULA NATIONAL FOREST All lands thereof lying south and east of the following-described line: Beginning on the east line of sec. 18, T. 9 N., R. 14 W., Montana meridian, where the hydrographic divide between West Fork of Lower Willow Creek on the north and Cottonwood Creek on the south intersects said line; thence running southwesterly and northwesterly along Pete Ridge, which is on said hydrographic divide; thence continuing along the hydrographic divide between Upper Willow Creek on the west and Harvey Creek and North Fork Creek on the north and east; thence southwesterly along the hydrographic divide between Upper Willow Creek on the east and Ranch Creek and Hogback Creek on the west to an intersection with the north line of sec. 5, T. 7 N., R. 16 W., Montana meridian; thence west to the northwest corner said section; thence south approximately 2% miles to the hydrographic divide directly north of Shively Gulch; thence in a southwesterly direction on the 1046 i~ira*?~is-") ---^"^"-^-l'--' —'-guru C- I- --- - ......,,, _--~lb-b- i

Page  1047 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5759 hydrographic divide between Shively Gulch and Williams Gulch to an intersection with the main hydrographic divide between the Rock Creek drainage on the east and the Bitterroot River drainage on the west, which is approximately at Dome Shaped Mountain, said lands being in surveyed and unsurveyed Tps. 6, 7, 8, and 9 N., R. 12 W.; Tps. 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 N., R. 13 W.; Tps. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 N., R. 14 W.; Tps. 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9 N., R. 15 W.; Tps. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 N., R. 16 W.; Tps. 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 N., R. 17 W.; Tps. 3, 4, 5, and 6 N., R. 18 W.-all Montana meridian. FROM THE HELENA NATIONAL FOREST All lands thereof lying in T. 6 N., R. 2 W., and Tps. 6 and 7 N., R. 3 W., Montana meridian, lying south and west of a line described as follows: Beginning at approximately the northeast corner of sec. 33, T. 7 N., R. 3 W., Montana meridian, where the hydrographic divide between the drainage of Prickly Pear Creek and Musk Rat Creek intersects said forest boundary; thence in an easterly direction along said divide to the head of Musk Rat Creek; thence southeasterly along the hydrographic divide between the drainage of Crow Creek on the northeast and the drainage of Elkhorn and Dry Creeks on the southwest to an intersection with the north and south section line between secs. 15 and 16, T. 6 N., R. 2 W., Montana meridian; thence south along section lines to the southeast corner of sec. 33, said township. It is further ordered that the following-described lands now a part of the Deerlodge National Forest be eliminated from said forest: "MONTANA MERIDIAN T. 3 N., R. 10 W., secs. 4 to 9, and 14 to 24, inclusive. T. 2 N., R. 11 W., sec. 2, N. }, SW. /; secs. 3 to 6 inclusive; sec. N. 7, N. }N.2 SE. I' NW. ', S. ' NE. /, E. ' SE. ', NW. }4 SE. S '; sees. 8 to 11 inclusive; s(;c. 14, N. I; sec. 15, N.:; see. 16, all; sec. 17, NE. 4, NE. }i NW. I. T. 3 N., R. 11 W., sees. 1 to 24 inclusive; sec. 26, W. 4/ W. /2; sees. 27 to 34 inclusive; sec. 35, W../2 T. 4 N., R. 11 W., sec. 7, all; sec. 8, SE. /, W. /; secs. 15 to 22 inclusive; secs. 27 to 34 inclusive. T. 3 N., R. 12 W., sees. 1, 2, 11 to 14 inclusive; sees. 23 and 24. T. 4 N., R. 12 W. T. 5 N., R. 12 W., sees. 26 to 35 inclusive. T. 4 N., R. 13 'W., sees. 1, 2, 11 to 14 inclusive. T. 5 N., R. 13 W., sec. 36. 1047

Page  1048 EO 5760 Executive Orders The transfers and elimination effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Deerlodge National Forest are more clearly shown on the diagram attached hereto and made a part hereof. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a national-forest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status except the lands above described which are eliminated from the Deerlodge National Forest. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 16, 1931. [No. 5759]1 EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. Executive Order 5760. December 16, 1931 Cxecutibe ~rber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE MADISON TO THE GALLATIN NATIONAL FOREST MONTANA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now parts of the Madison National Forest as defined by proclamation of September 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 1763-1764), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Gallatin National Forest: All lands lying to the eastward of a line beginning on the east line of sec. 9, T. 2 S., R. 3 W., Montana meridian, at a point where the hydrographic divide between the North Willow Creek drainage on the east and the South Boulder River drainage on the west intersects said line; thence southwesterly along said divide, passing over Hollow Top Mountain and Potosi Peak to an intersection with the crest of the Tobacco Root Mountains at Granite Peak; thence in a southeasterly direction along the crest of said Tobacco Root Mountains to an intersection with the south line of sec. 8, T. 5 S., R. 2 W., Montana meridian; also those parts of the Madison National Forest lying in Tps. 4, 5,6, 7, 8, 9, and 11 S., R. 1 E.; Tps. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 S., R. 2 1048

Page  1049 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5761 E.; Tps. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, and 13 S., R. 3 E.; Tps. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 S., R. 4 E.; Tps. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 S,, R. 5 E., Montana meridian. The transfers effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Gallatin National Forest are more clearly shown on the diagram attached hereto and made a part hereof. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a national-forest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsB, Decmber 16, 1931. [No. 6760] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. Executive Order 5761. December 16,1931 (Cxecutibe Orber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE BITTERROOT AND THE MISSOULA TO THE LOLO NATIONAL FOREST MONTANA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now parts of the Bitterroot National Forest as defined by proclamation of April 30, 1912 (37 Stat. 1738-1739), and the Missoula National Forest as defined by proclamation of January 31, 1929 (45 Stat. 2989), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Lolo National Forest: FIOM THE BITTERROOT NATIONAL FOREST All lands now a part thereof lying il Tps. 11, 12, and 13 N., R1. 18 W., and T. 11.N., R. 19 W., all Montana meridian, north of a line beginning at the southeast corner of sec. 14, said T. 11 N., R. 19 W.; thence running easterly along the section line to an 1049 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 18

Page  1050 EO 5761 Executive Orders intersection with the hydrographic divide between Miller Creek on the north and Woodchuck Creek on the south; thence continuing southeasterly along said hydrographic divide to its point of intersection with the boundary of the Missoula National Forest as defined by said proclamation of January 31, 1929. FROM THE MISSOULA NATIONAL FOREST All lands now a part thereof lying in surveyed and unsurveyed Tps. 15, 16, 17, and 18 N., R. 9 W.; Tps. 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 N., R. 10 W.; Tps. 15, 16, 17, and 18 N., R. 11 W.; Tps. 16, 17, and 18 N., R. 12 W.; Tps. 16, 17, and 18 N., R. 13 W.; Tps. 17 and 18 N., R. 14 W.; Tps. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19 N., R. 15 W.; Tps. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19 N., R. 16 W.; Tps. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 N., R. 17 W.; Tps. 13, 14, 15, and 16 N., R. 18 W.; Tps. 14 and 15 N., R. 19 W.-all Montana meridian; also all lands now a part of the Missoula National Forest lying north and west of a line beginning on the east line of sec. 18, T. 9 N., R. 14 W., Montana meridian, where the hydrographic divide between West Fork of Lower Willow Creek on the north and Cottonwood Creek on the south intersects said line; thence southwesterly and northwesterly along Pete Ridge, which is on said hydrographic divide; thence continuing along the hydrographic divide between Upper Willow Creek on the south and Harvey Creek and North Fork Creek on the north and east; thence southwesterly along the hydrographic divide between Upper Willow Creek on the east and Ranch Creek and Hogback Creek on the west to an intersection with the north line of sec. 5, T. 7 N., R. 16 W., Montana meridian; thence west to the northwest comer said section; thence south approximately 2y miles to the hydrographic divide directly north of Shively Gulch; thence in a southwesterly direction on the hydrographic divide between Shively Gulch and Williams Gulch to an intersection with the main hydrographic divide between the Rock Creek drainage on the east and Bitterroot River drainage on the west, which is approximately at Dome Shaped Mountain, said lands being in surveyed and unsurveyed Tps. 9, 10, and 11 N., R. 14 W.; Tps. 9, 10, and 11 N., R. 15 W.; Tps. 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 N., R. 16 W.; Tps. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 N., R. 17 W.; Tps. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 N., R. 18 W.; Tps. 12 and 13 N., R. 19 W., Montana meridian. The transfers effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Lolo National Forest are more clearly shown on the diagram attached hereto and made a part hereof. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a nationalforest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 16, 1931. [No. 5761] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. 1050

Page  1051 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5763 Executive Order 5762. December 18,1931 exetutibe <Qrber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. FLORENCE F. BURTON Mrs. Florence F. Burton may be appointed to the position of secretary to the Director of Prohibition, Department of Justice, without compliance with the requirements of the civil-service rules. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Attorney General, who states that Mrs. Burton has been serving temporarily, with the approval of the Civil Service Commission, as secretary to the Director of Prohibition, and that the best interests of the service in the Bureau of Prohibition would be promoted by her continuance in that position. The commission concurs in the recommendation of the Attorney General. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 18, 1931. [No. 5762] Executive Order 5763. December 22, 1931 Cxecutibe rber CHRISTMAS, 1931 It is hereby ordered that the several executive departments and independent Government establishments in the District of Columbia, including the Government Printing Office and the Navy Yard and stations, be closed on Saturday, December 26, 1931, and all clerks and other employees in the Federal service in the District of Columbia, except those who may for special public reasons be excepted from the 1051

Page  1052 EO 5764 Executive Orders provisions of this order, or those whose absence from duty would be inconsistent with the provisions of existing law, are hereby excused from duty on that day. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 22, 19S1. [No. 5763] Executive Order 5764. December 22, 1931 -exctutibe 0rber AMENDMENT OF CIVIL-SERVCE RULE V Civil-Service Rule V, section 4, is hereby amended by the addition of the following subsection lettered (g): (g) Where there are already two members of the applicant's family in the public service in the grades covered by the Civil-Service Act. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 2, 1931. [No. 5764] 1052 a;easrrCblY4srPJ"UU~~YP~-Y~YPP"UIC-r ~.1.~1 -- -4 —F-C —Y-3 -;rn-~lra

Page  1053 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5765 Executive Order 5765. December 24, 1931 (xecutibe ~rber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE DATIL TO THE GILA NATIONAL FOREST NEW MEXICO Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now parts of the Datil National Forest as defined by proclamation of January 23, 1925 (43 Stat. 1984-1985), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to and made parts of the Gila National Forest as defined by proclamation of March 3,1921 (41 Stat. 1815-1816). All lands now a part of the Datil National Forest lying in: NEW MEXICO PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN Tps. 11 and 12 S., R. 8 W.; Tps. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 S., R. 9 W.; Tps. 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 S., R. 10 W.; Tps. 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11 S., R. 11 W.; Tps. 8, 9, 10, and 11 S., R. 12 W.; Tps. 10 and 11 S., R. 13 W.; Tps. 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 S., R. 14 W.; Tps. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 S., R. 15 W.; Tps. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 S., R. 16 W.; Tps. 7, 8, 9, and 10 S., R. 17 W.; Tps. 7, 8, 9, and 10 S., R. 18 W.; T. 8 S., R. 19 W. The transfers effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Gila National Forest are more clearly shown on the diagram attached hereto and made a part hereof. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a national-forest status which have hitherto not had such status nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, Dec. 24, 1931. [No. 5765] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. 1053

Page  1054 EO 5766 Executive Orders Executive Order 5766. December 30, 1931 executibe irber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. YETTA B. FLOYD Mrs. Yetta B. Floyd may be appointed to the position of clerk-typist in the Bureau of Prohibition, Department of Justice, without regard to the civil-service rules. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Attorney General. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December S30, 1931. [No. 57661 Executive Order 5767. December 30,1931 (executibe 4erber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. HALLIE D. STOTLER Mrs. Hallie D. Stotler may be appointed to the position of clerk in the Bureau of Prohibition, Department of Justice, without compliance with the requirements of the civil-service rules. This order is based on a recommendation of the Attorney General, who states that Mrs. Stotler is the widow of a prohibition officer who met his death in line of duty. The Civil Service Commission concurs in the recommendation of the Attorney General. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 30, 1931. [No. 5767] 1054

Page  1055 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5768 Executive Order 5768. December 30,1931 Cxecutibe ~arber EXTENSION OF TRUST PERIOD ON INDIAN RESERVATION ALLOTMENTS It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388, 389), and the act of June 21, 1906 (34 Stat. 325, 326), that the period of trust covering allotments made in favor of Indians on the following-named reservations, which trust will expire during the calendar year 1932, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years from the respective dates of expiration thereof: Temecula or Pechanga, California; Sac and Fox, Kansas and Nebraska; Grand Portage, White Earth, and Winnibigoshish, Minnesota; Crow, Montana; Santee, Nebraska; Devils Lake and Standing Rock, North Dakota; Eastern Shawnee, and Otoe and Missouria, Oklahoma; Cheyenne River, Crow Creek, Pine Ridge, and Rosebud, South Dakota; Quinaielt, Washington; Shoshone or Wind River, Wyoming. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 30, 1931. [No. 5768] 1055

Page  1056 EO 5769 Executive Orders Executive Order 5769. December 30, 1931 Cxetutibe ~rber PHOSPHATE RESTORATION NO. 53 IDAHO So much of Executive orders of July 2, 1910, creating Phosphate Reserve No. 2, Idaho No. 1, and January 11, 1912, creating Phosphate Reserve No. 9, Idaho No. 2, as affects the lands hereinafter described is hereby revoked: BOISE MERIDIAN T. 1 S., R. 38 E., sec. 13, all; secs. 22 to 27, inclusive; sec. 28, E. 3; sec. 34, all; sec. 35, all; sec. 36, NE. 4 NE. 4. T. 2 S., R. 38 E., secs. 1 to 3, inclusive; secs. 10 to 15, inclusive; secs. 22 to 27, inclusive; sec. 34, all; sec. 35, all. T. 3 S., R. 38 E., secs. 1 to 3, inclusive; sec. 10, lots 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, N. X NE. 4, SE. 4 NE. 4, and NE. 4 NW. 4; sec. 11, lots 3, 4, 5, and 6, N. Y, and N. % SE. 4; sec. 12, all; sec. 13, lots 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, NE. 34, and E. 3 SE. 3; sec. 14, lot 3; sec. 24, lots 5, 6, 7, and 8; sec. 25, lots 5, 6, 7, and 8; sec. 36, lots 5, 6, 7, and 8. T. 4 S., R. 38 E., sec. 1, lots 7, 8, 9, and 10; sec. 12, lots 5, 6, 7, and 8; sec. 13, lots 5, 6, 7, and 8; sec. 24, lots 5, 6, 7, and 8. T. 1 S., R. 39 E., secs. 1 to 5, inclusive; secs. 8 to 15, inclusive; secs. 17 to 35, inclusive. T. 2 S., R. 39 E., secs. 1 to 20, inclusive; sec. 21, NE. 4, N. % NW. %, SE. 3 NW. 34, N. J SE. 4, and SE. 4 SE. 4; secs. 22 to 25, inclusive; sec. 26, N. %, N. % SW. 34, SE. 4 SW. 34, and SE. 34; 1056 -- - - -* ---. O~~ls."url~L*IIF

Page  1057 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5769 T. 2 S., R. 39 E., sec. 27, NE. % and NE. % NW. Y; sec. 28, SW. K SW. %; secs. 29 to 32, inclusive; sec. 33, SW. K NE. %, W. K, and SE. Ks; sec. 34, SW. S SW. }; sec. 35, NE. Y NE. %; sec. 36, N. 3, NE. 4 SW. K, and SE. %. T. 3 S.,R. 39 E., sec. 1,lot 1; sec. 2, SW. K SW. %; sec. 3, lots 3 and 4, SW. K NE. 4, S. % NW. K, and S. K; secs. 4 to 10, inclusive; sec. 11, SW. K NE. K, W. K, and SE. %; sec. 12, SW. % SW. %; sec. 13, SW. % NE. %, W. K, and SE. %; sec. 14, all; sec. 15, all; secs. 17 to 35, inclusive. T. 4 S., R. 39 E., secs. 4 to 9, inclusive; secs. 17 to 19, inclusive; sec. 20, W. %. T. 1 S., R. 40 E., sec. 5, W. %; secs. 6 to 8, inclusive; sec. 16, W. %; secs. 17 to 21, inclusive; sec. 27, W. %; secs. 28 to 34, inclusive. T. 2 S., R. 40 E., sec. 2, W. %; secs. 3 to 11, inclusive; sec. 13, W. %; secs. 14 to 36, inclusive. T. 2 S., R. 41 E., sec. 30, W. K; sec. 31, all; sec. 32, SW. %. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December 30, 1931. [No. 5769] 1057

Page  1058 EO 5770 Executive Orders Executive Order 5770. December 30, 1931 Cxecutibe Orber PORT EVERGLADES, FLA., DESIGNATED A CUSTOMS PORT OF ENTRY By virtue of the authority vested in me by the act of Congress approved August 1, 1914 (U. S. Code, title 19, sec. 2), Port Everglades, Fla., is hereby designated a customs port of entry in Customs Collection District No. 18 (Florida) with headquarters at Tampa, Fla., effective January 1, 1932. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, December S0, 1931. [No. 57701 Executive Order 5771. January 4,1932 Cxecutibe rber ROAD RIGHT OF WAY, SCHOFIELD BARRACKS MILITARY RESERVATION HAWAII WHEREAS the Territory of Hawaii is desirous of realigning, widening, and improving certain portions of the road right of ways through the Schofield Barracks Military Reservation, which were described as exceptions in Part III of Executive Order No. 2800, the strip of land described in Section I hereof is hereby declared available for such road right-of-way purposes in substitution for those portions of the right of ways referred to in Part III, Executive Order No. 2800, described in Section II hereof. SECTION I Being portion of Schofield Barracks Military Reservation, Executive Order No. 2800, dated February 4, 1918. 1058 I - - -

Page  1059 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5771 WAIANAE-UKA, OAHU, T. H. Being a strip of land 80 feet wide extending for 40 feet on each side of the center line, which is described as follows: Beginning at a point on the north boundary of Schofield Barracks Military Reservation at monument 40, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey triangulation station "Maili" being 11,008.8 feet south and 21,981.2 feet east, and running by true azimuths: 1. 8~ 03' 30"- 76.52 feet; 2. 350~ 11' 30"-4,718.07 feet, the direct azimuth and distance to monument 79 being 261~ 53' 12"-40.0 feet from the end of said course 2; 3. 351~ 53' 12"-2,065.84 feet; 4. Thence on a curve to the right with a radius of 1,432.5 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being 359~ 48' 16"-394.66 feet, the direct azimuth and distance from station 10, as described in Part III(ba), Executive Order No. 2800, to end of above course being 186~ 39'799.29 feet, containing an area of 13.327 acres. SECTION II Portions of road reserves described in Parts III(ba) and III(bb) in Executive Order No. 2800, dated February 4, 1918. WAIANAE-UKA, OAHU, T. H. Parcel 1: Portion of the Honolulu-Waialua Road, 40 feet wide, through Schofield Barracks Military Reservation-Waianae-Uka, Oahu, T. H. Being a strip of land 40 feet wide, as described in Part III(ba), Executive Order No. 2800, dated February 4, 1918, and extending for 20 feet on each side of the center line, described as follows: Beginning at a point on said center line, the direct azimuth and distance from station 10 as described in said Part III(ba) being 187~ 43' 20"-867.6 feet, and running by true azimuths: 1. 187~ 43' 20"-224.50 feet to station R-1 on the Schofield Barracks Military Reservation boundary between monuments 79 and 80, the direct azimuth and distance from said station R-1 to monument 80 being 351~ 53' 12"-3,930.2 feet. Area 0.206 acre. Parcel 2: Portion of the Honolulu-Waialua Road, 40 feet wide, through Schofield Barracks Military Reservation, Waianae-Uka, Oahu, T. H. Being a strip of land 40 feet wide, as described in Part III (ba) of Executive Order No. 2800, dated February 1059

Page  1060 EO 5771 Executive Orders 4, 1918, and extending for 20 feet on each side of the center line, which is described as follows: Beginning at a point on said center line, the direct azimuth and distance from station 11, as described in Part III(ba), Executive Order No. 2800, being 316~ 39' 05"-945.7 feet, and running by true azimuths: 1. 316~ 39' 05"-93.8 feet to station R-2 on the Schofield Barracks Military Reservation boundary between monuments 79 and 80, the direct azimuth and distance from said station R-2 to said monument 79 being 171~ 53' 12"-1,559.6 feet. Area 0.086 acre. Parcel 8: Portion of the Wahiawa-Waikakalaua Road, 40 feet wide, through Schofield Barracks Military Reservation-Waianae-Uka, Oahu, T. H. Being a strip of land 40 feet wide, as described in Part III(bb), Executive Order No. 2800, dated February 4, 1918, and extending for 20 feet on each side of the center line, which is described as follows: Beginning at a point on the north boundary of Schofield Barracks Military Reservation at monument 40 (Paka), the coordinates of said monument referred to Government Survey triangulation station "Maili" being 1,008.8 feet south and 21,981.2 feet east, and running by true azimuths: 1. 350~ 14' 06"- 22.9 feet to station B; 2. 350~ 21' 33"-4,769.2 feet to station C, the direct azimuth and distance to USMR monument 79 being 262~ 49' 35"-25.7 feet; 3. 352~ 14' 39"-1,465.7 feet to station D. Area 5.746 acres. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 4, 1932. [No. 5771] 1060

Page  1061 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5773 Executive Order 5772. January 11, 1932 Cxecutibe @rber To PERMIT APPROVAL OF APPLICATION SALT LAKE CITY 049347 FOR A RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY UTAH Upon recommendation of the Secretary of the Interior, Executive Order No. 5327 of April 15, 1930, temporarily withdrawing certain lands in Utah and other States on account of their possible oil-shale value, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing the Secretary to approve application Salt Lake City 049347 of the Uintah Railway Co. for a railroad right of way traversing certain of the withdrawn lands, the application having been filed pursuant to the act of March 3, 1875 (18 Stat. 482-483). HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 11, 19S2. [No. 5772] Executive Order 5773. January 11, 1932 Cxecutibe 0rber AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSULAR REGULATIONS Sections 117, 118, 149, and 448 of the Consular Regulations of 1896 are hereby amended as follows: 117. Correspondence of subordinates. The official correspondence of Foreign Service officers and consular officers and employees assigned to, or on detail in, consulates general and consulates will be submitted to the examination of the principal officers to whom they are subordinate or to whose offices they are assigned, and the correspondence should be appropriately indorsed by such principal officers before 1061

Page  1062 EO 5773 Executive Orders being transmitted to the Department of State. Consular agents are not authorized to address the Department of State directly. Their reports and returns are to be made through their respective superiors. 118. With whom direct correspondence is permitted. As exceptions to the general rule stated in section 114, a consular officer may correspond directly on public matters with the following: 1. American officials stationed or temporarily residing in foreign countries, and officials of insular possessions of the United States. 2. The Comptroller General of the United States, on matters pertaining to accounts only, the correspondence invariably to be forwarded in duplicate through the Department of State. 3. Collectors of customs and appraisers, on matters relating to invoices and prices current. 4. Immigration inspectors, on urgent immigration matters. 5. The Administrator of Veterans' Affairs, on routine pension matters and on routine matters relating to the activities of the Veterans' Administration (except telegrams, which must be transmitted through the Department of State). 6. United States dispatch agents. 7. Officials of the Department of Justice and the Treasury Department charged with the prevention of smuggling, on urgent matters involving attempts to smuggle merchandise and prohibited articles into the United States. 8. United States attorneys, on urgent cases in connection with pending trials. 149. Duties toward American citizens. The powers and duties of consular officers in respect to American citizens depend in a great measure upon the municipal law of the United States. No civil or criminal jurisdiction can be exercised by them over their countrymen without express authority of law or by treaty stipulation with the State in which they reside. Consular officers are particularly cautioned not to enter into any contentions that can be avoided, either with their countrymen or with the authorities or nationals of the country. They should use every endeavor to settle in an amicable manner all disputes in which their countrymen may be concerned, but they should take no part in litigation between citizens. Consular officers should countenance and protect American citizens before the authorities of the country in all cases in which they may be injured or oppressed; but at the same time they should impress upon such citizens their obligation to respect the laws of the country where they may be residing or traveling. It is the duty of consular officers to endeavor on all occasions to maintain and promote all the rightful interests of American citizens, and to protect them in all privileges that are provided for by treaty or are conceded by usage. If representations are made to the local authorities and fail to secure the proper redress, the case should be reported to the diplomatic mission and to the Department of State. 448. To be returned to local post office. All letters addressed in the care of a consular office should be held at the disposal of the addressees for the period prescribed by the laws of the country in which the consular office is situated. If unclaimed within such period, they should be redelivered, unopened and with stamps intact, to the local post office from which they were received, in order that they may be returned to the country of origin in pursuance of the provisions of the Universal Postal Convention. Consular officers will not return unclaimed letters by masters of vessels. 1062

Page  1063 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5774 Section 449 of the Consular Regulations, being obsolete, is hereby canceled. The first paragraph of item 42 of the Tariff of United States Consular Fees is amended to read: Additional fee for all services contemplated by fees numbered 31, 33, 38, 39, 40, and 41 when rendered elsewhere than at the consular office at the request of the interested parties, for each hour or fraction thereof... The following is established as item 50 of the Tariff of United States Consular Fees: Administering oaths or taking acknowledgments, or authenticating the signatures of foreign officials, in connection with kinsmen's petitions for wages and effects of deceased seamen of the American merchant marine --- —-------------- No fee. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 11, 1932. [No. 5773] Executive Order 5774. January 13, 1932 executibe 0rber AMENDMENT OF SCHEDULE A, CIVIL-SERVICE RULES, TO PERMIT APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS OF NATIONAL HOMES WITHOUT EXAMINATION Schedule A, Subdivision XVIII, paragraph 12, of the civil-service rules, is hereby amended to read as follows, to permit appointments of members of national homes without examination: 12. Positions in national soldiers' homes, when filled by the members of such homes, if, in the opinion of the Veterans' Administration, the duties of the positions can be satisfactorily performed by the employment of such members. If the 1063

Page  1064 EO 5775 Executive Orders positions are filled otherwise than by members, selection is to be made in accordance with civil-service rules and regulations. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January S13, 19S32. [No. 67741 Executive Order 5775. January 15,1932 xecxutibe orber TRANSFER OF MINERS IN THE BUREAU OF MINES, WITH THEIR POSITIONS, FROM THE NONCOMPETITIVE TO THE COMPETITIVE SERVICE Paragraph 4, Subdivision I, Schedule B, which reads as follows, and which excepts miners in the Bureau of Mines from competitive examination under the civilservice rules, is hereby revoked: 4. Miners, whether employed in rescue or first-aid work at rescue stations, on rescue cars, or at experimental mines, under the Bureau of Mines: Provided, That should the Civil Service Commission at any time have reason to believe that the privilege so afforded is abused it may revoke it. This order places the positions of miners in the classified service and gives the occupants a competitive classified status. The commission concurs with the Secretary of Commerce in recommending this amendment. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 16, 1932. [No. 5775] 1064,

Page  1065 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5776 Executive Order 5776. January 18, 1932 Cxetutibe <rber AMENDMENT OF THE CIVIL-SERVICE RULES RELATING TO VETERANS' PREFERENCE Rule VI, paragraph 1, is amended to read as follows, the new matter being underlined: Examination papers shall be rated on a scale of 100, and the subjects therein shall be given such relative weights as the commission may prescribe. Honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines shall have five points added to their earned ratings in examinations for entrance to the classified service. Applicants for entrance examination who are honorably discharged and who establish by official records the present existence of a service-connected disability, or who are over 55 years of age and, because of disability, are entitled to pension, compensation, or disability allowance, under existing laws, and widows of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines, and wives of honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines who because of service-connected disability, or who are over 55 years of age and because of disability, are themselves not qualified but whose wives are qualified for appointment, shall have 10 points added to their earned ratings; and this shall also apply to retired officers and enlisted men who establish through official sources the present existence of a service-connected disability in the same manner as is required of others who are granted disability preference. In examinations where experience is an element of qualifications, time spent in the military or naval service of the United States during the World War or the war with Spain shall be credited in an applicant's ratings where the applicant's actual employment in a similar vocation to that for which he applies was temporarily interrupted by such military or naval service but was resumed after his discharge. Competitors shall be duly notified of their ratings. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 18, 19SS2. [No. 5776) 1065 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 19

Page  1066 EO 5777 Executive Orders Executive Order 5777. January 19, 1932 Cxecutibe Q~rber AMENDMENT OF SCHEDULE B OF THE CIVIL-SERVICE RULES TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF POSITIONS OF HEADQUARTERS MESSENGER, PHILIPPINE DEPARTMENT Paragraph 3 of Schedule B, Subdivision IV, War Department, of positions excepted from the competitive feature of examination under the civil-service rules, is hereby amended to read as follows: 3. Four positions of headquarters messenger at the headquarters of the Philippine Department, when filled by honorably discharged enlisted men who have been on duty at those headquarters. The effect of this amendment is to increase the number of positions, upon the recommendation of the War Department that the reasons for the exception are equally applicable to all four positions. The commission concurs with the department in recommending this amendment. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 19, 1932. [No. 5777] Executive Order 5778. January 19, 1932 Cxetutibe ~rber STIPULATIONS FOR THE PAYMENT OF PREVAILING RATE OF WAGES IN PUBLIC BUILDING CONTRACTS In order to effect the purposes of the act entitled "AN ACT Relating to the rate of wages for laborers and mechanics employed on public buildings of the United States and the District of Columbia by contractors and subcontractors, and for 1066.

Page  1067 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5778 other purposes," approved March 3, 1931 (46 Stat. 1494), it is hereby ordered that in all contracts within the terms of said act there shall be added to the stipulation required by said act the following stipulations: It is expressly understood and agreed that the aforesaid wages shall be paid unconditionally in full not less often than once a week and in lawful money of the United States, to the full amount accrued to each individual at time of payment and without subsequent deduction or rebate on any account. It is expressly understood and agreed that for the purpose of said act every person, while performing work of a laborer or mechanic on the public work covered by this contract, is to be regarded as employed as a laborer or mechanic by the contractor or subcontractor, regardless of any contractual relationship alleged to exist between the contractor or subcontractor and such laborer or mechanic. It is understood and agreed that the payrolls of the contractor and all subcontractors and agreements made by the contractor or subcontractor or any other party relating to the employment of laborers or mechanics, or the performance of the work of laborers and mechanics on said building, and to the wages or compensation to be paid therefor, are to be open to inspection by the contracting officer at such times as the latter may elect, provided that such inspection shall not interfere with the proper and orderly prosecution of the work, and that a clearly legible statement of the rates payable as aforesaid under this contract shall be posted by the contractor in a prominent and easily accessible place at the site of the work so that such statement may be seen at any time by persons engaged on the work. It is further expressly understood and agreed that if it should be found by the contracting officer that any laborer or mechanic employed by the contractor or any subcontractor on the public work covered by this contract has been or is being paid a rate of wages less than the prevailing rate of wages, as aforesaid, the Government may, by written notice to the contractor, terminate his right to proceed with the work, or such part of the work as to which there has been a failure to pay said prevailing wages. In such event, it is understood and agreed that the Government may take over the work and prosecute the same to completion by contract or otherwise, and that the contractor and his sureties shall be liable to the Government for any excess cost occasioned the Government thereby. This order shall apply to all such contracts for which bids are hereafter invited. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 19, 1932. [No. 5778] 1067

Page  1068 EO 5779 Executive Orders Executive Order 5779. January 21, 1932 Cxetutibe trber TONGASS NATIONAL FOREST ALASKA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 34-36), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the tracts of land in Alaska lying within the following-described boundaries, heretofore occupied as home sites, be, and the same are hereby, excluded from the Tongass National Forest and restored to entry under the applicable public land laws: Chs. I Beginning at corner No. 1, meander corner, on Killisnoo Harbor, Admiralty Island, in approximate latitude 57~ 28' N., longitude 134~ 33' W., which corner is a spruce post 4 ft. long, 3 in. square, firmly set on sandy beach, marked HS 1 MC; from which Corner No. 2, meander corner, home site No. 178, bears S. 50~ E., 3.00 chs. distant. Lone Rock, visible at low tide, bears S. 54~ W. A blinker light north of Killisnoo dock bears N. 80~ W. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide: (1) N. 52~ 15' W., 4.00 chs.; (2) N. 54~ W., 2.00 chs.; to corner No. 2, meander corner, which is a spruce post 4 ft. long, 4 in. square, marked HS 2 MC; from which Lone Rock bears S. 46~ 30' W. A blinker light north of Killisnoo dock bears N. 82~ W. A limby spruce, 14 in. diam., bears N. 17~ W., 97 lks. distant, marked BT HS 2. Thence N. 45~ E. Corner No. 3, a hemlock post 4 ft. long, 4 in. square, marked HS 3; from which A spruce, 9 in. diam., bears N. 20~ E., 9 lks. distant, marked BT HS 3. Thence S. 45~ E. Corner No. 4, a spruce post 4 ft. long, 4 in. square, marked HS 4; from which 7.00 5.94 1068

Page  1069 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5779 Chs. A spruce, 19 in. diam., bears N. 64~ E., 44 Iks. distant, marked BT HS 4. Thence S. 45~ W. 6.18 Corner No. 1, meander corner, and the place of beginning, containing 3.90 acres. The survey was made July 18, 1929; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at point for corner No. 1, not set because of liability to destruction by tides, on east shore of the outlet to Auke Bay, in approximate latitude 58~ 28' N., longitude 134~ 38' W. Thence S. 70~ E. 0.18 Witness corner to corner No. 1, meander corner, which is a post, 5 ft. long, 3 in. diam., set 2 ft. in the ground, marked HS 1 WCMC; from which Witness corner to corner No. 2, meander corner, United States Survey No. 1500, bears N. 110 E., 6.38 chs. distant. A spruce, 11 in. diam., bears N. 45~ E., 2.08 chs. distant, marked WHS 1 WCMC. 1.71 To corner No. 2, which is a hemlock post, 5% ft. long, 6 in. diam., squared to 4 in., set 1% ft. in the ground, marked HS 2; from which A hemlock, 12 in. diam., bears N. 5%~ W., 16 Iks. distant, marked WHS 2. Thence traversing Fritz Cove Road, 33 ft. westerly from the center thereof: S. 19%~ W., 1.30 chs.; S. 2~ E., 1.57 chs.; S. 16~ E., 3.47 chs.; to corner No. 3, identical with corner No. 3, tract No. 2, which is a hemlock stump, 2 ft. diam., marked X HS 3 Lot 1-2 on southwest face; from which A hemlock, 11 in. diam., bears S. 25~ W., 17 lks. distant, marked WHS 3. Thence S. 76~ W. 3. 43 Witness corner to corner No. 4, meander corner, which is a spruce post, 5 ft. long, 4 in. diam., squared to 3 in., set 1 ft. in ground in mound of stone, marked HS 4 WCMC Lots 1-2. 3. 78 Point for comer No. 4, meander corner, identical with corner No. 4, tract 2, not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide: (1) N. 40~ W., 3.40 chs.; (2) N. 35~ 45' E., 6.25 chs.; to point for corner No. 1, and place of beginning, containing approximately 2.60 acres. The survey was made in May, 1929; the bearings 1069

Page  1070 EO 5779 Executive Orders Chs. of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ 30' E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at comer No. 1, meander corner, on Killisnoo Harbor, Admiralty Island, in approximate latitude 57~ 28' N., longitude 134~ 32' W., which corner is a spruce post 4 ft. long, 4 in. square, set firmly in the ground, marked HS 1 MC; corner is set on sandy beach at edge of a rocky point; from which Lone Rock, Killisnoo Harbor, visible at low tide, bears S. 71~ 30' W. A blinker light north of Killisnoo dock bears N. 73~ W. A spruce, 16 in. diam., bears S. 76~ E., 27 lks. distant, marked BTHS 1. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide: (1) N. 300 W., 4.00 chs.; (2) N. 430 W., 2.00 chs.; to corner No. 2, meander corner, identical with corner No. 1, home site No. 178, which is a spruce post 4 ft. long, 3 in. square, firmly set, marked HS 2 MC HS 1 MC; from which Lone Rock bears S. 64~ 30' W. A blinker light north of Killisnoo dock bears N. 76~ 30' W. Thence N. 45~ E. 5. 90 Corner No. 3, identical with corner No. 4, home site No. 178, which is a hemlock post 4 ft. long, 4 in. square, marked HS 3 HS 4; from which A spruce, 17 in. diam., bears N. 63~ E., 26 lks. distant, marked BT HS 3 HS 4. Thence S. 45~ E. 5. 86 Corner No. 4, a hemlock post 4 ft. long, 4 in. square, marked HS 4; from which A hemlock, 16 in. diam., bears N. 55~ E., 15 lks. distant, marked BT HS 4. Thence S. 45~ W. 7. 00 Corner No. 1, meander corner, and the place of beginning, containing approximately 3.68 acres. The survey was made July 17, 1929; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at corner No. 1, meander corner, home site No. 32, on north shore of Gastineau Channel, in approximate latitude 58~ 19' N., longitude 134~ 32' W., which corner is a spruce post 3% ft. long, 4 in. square, set firmly in the ground, marked HS 1 MC; from which Corner No. 3, H.E.S. No. 174, bears N. 80%~ W., 20.41 chs. distant. Summit Island bears S. 48%~ W. A spruce, 24 in. diam., bears N. 24~ E., 98 lks. distant, marked H 1 MC BT. 1070

Page  1071 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5779 Chs. A spruce, 14 in. diam., bears N. 38~ W., 206 chs. distant, marked H 1 MC BT. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide of Gastineau Channel: (1) S. 41%~ E., 2.00 chs.; (2) S. 10~ E., 5. 55 chs.; (3) S. 36%~ E., 2. 00 chs.; (4) S. 69%~ E., 2.37 chs.; (5) S. 303%~ E., 0.47 chs.; to corner No. 2, meander corner, not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence north. 0. 46 Witness corner to corner No. 2, meander corner, which is a spruce post 3% ft. long, 4 in. square, set firmly in a mound of stone, marked WC MC 2; from which A spruce, 8 in. diam., bears S. 39~ W., 5% lks. distant, marked WC MC 2 BT. A spruce, 20 in. diam., bears S. 77}%~ E., 23 lks. distant, marked WC MC 2 BT. 11. 23 Corner No. 3, a hemlock post 4% ft. long, 5 in. diam., squared to 3% in., set 1% ft. in the ground, marked HS 3; from which A hemlock, 15 in. diam., bears S. 24%~ E., 35 lks. distant, marked WHS 3. A hemlock, 8 in. diam., bears N. 56~ W., 12 Iks. distant, marked WHS 3. Thence along edge of power-line right of way S. 87~ 30' W. 5. 94 Corner No. 4, a hemlock post 4% ft. long, 6 in. diam., squared to 4% in., set 1% ft. in the ground, marked HS 4; from which A spruce, 18 in. diam., bears S. 94%~ E., 32 lks. distant, marked WHS 4. Thence south. 1. 28 Corner No. 1, meander corner, and the place of beginning, containing approximately 4.46 acres. The survey was made March 7, 1928; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ 30' E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at corner No. 1, meander corner, identical with corner No. 1, meander corner, home site No. 14, on the east shore of Auke Bay, in approximate latitude 58~ 22' N., longitude 134~ 38' W.; not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide: (1) S. 73~ E., 1.50 chs.; (2) S. 38%~ E., 2.40 chs.; 1071

Page  1072 EO 5779 Executive Orders Chs. to corner No. 2, meander corner, identical with corer No. 2, meander corer, of R O W, not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence N. 49~ E. 0. 32 Witness corner to corner No. 2, meander corner, which is a spruce post 5 ft. long, 5% in. diam., 4 in. square, set 1 ft. in ground in mound of stones, marked WC MC HS 2 R O W; from which A spruce, 10 in. diam., bears N. 47~ E., 1.78 chs. distant, marked W/WCMC. 4. 16 Corer No. 3, identical with corer No. 3 of R O W, which is a hemlock post 5% ft. long, 5% in. diam., 4 in. square, set 1% ft. in ground, marked HS 3-R O W; from which A hemlock, 30 in. diam., bears S. 54~ W., 26 lks. distant, marked WHS 3. A hemlock, 24 in. diam., bears N. 45~ W., 56 lks. distant, marked WHS 3. Thence N. 56~ W., along Fritz Cove Road, and 33 ft. from the center line thereof. 4. 75 Corer No. 4, identical with corner No. 4, home site No. 14, which is a hemlock post 6 ft. long, 6 in. diam., 4 in. square, set 1% ft. in ground, marked HS 4; from which A hemlock, 34 in. diam., bears S. 66~ E., 22 lks. distant, marked WHS 4. A forked hemlock, 16 in. diam., bears S. 32%~ W., 40 lks. distant, marked WHS 4. Thence S. 36~ W. 3.35 Witness comer to corer No. 1, meander corer, which is a squared stake driven firmly in ground, marked WCMC Lot 9-10; from which A hemlock, 10 in. diam., bears N. 33~ W., 22 Iks. distant, marked W/WCMC. 3. 77 Corner No. 1, meander comer, and the place of beginning, exclusive of the following-described area: Beginning at corner No. 1, meander comer, on the east shore of Auke Bay, not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence N. 21~ E. 0. 50 Witness corner to corer No. 1, meander corer, which is an angle-iron stake set firmly in the ground, marked COR 1; from which Witness corer to corner No. 1, meander corer, common to home sites Nos. 14 and 35, bears N. 71~ W., 92 Iks. distant. A spruce, 12 in. diam., bears N. 49~ W., 99 lks. distant, marked WPS1. 0. 60 Corner No. 2, not set. Thence S. 73~ E. 1072 Jyll_-~Y-i-F~iCihl C- -- -- - __s~ ----rrrrr-iur-;rraduJrr.*~~rtiur

Page  1073 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5779 Chs. 0. 50 Corner No. 3, not set. Thence S. 21~ W. 0. 10 Witness corner to corner No. 2, meander corner, an angle-iron stake set firmly in the ground, marked COR 2. 0. 50 Corner No. 2, meander comer, not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide, N. 730 W. 0. 50 Comer No. 1, meander corner, and the place of beginning. The survey was made in May, 1929; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ 30' E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Net area of home site No. 35-1.53 acres. Beginning at corner No. 1, identical with corner No. 3, home site No. 32, on north shore of Gastineau Channel, in approximate latitude 58~ 19' N., longitude 134~ 32' W. Thence south, along west boundary of home site No. 32. 10. 77 Witness comer to comer No. 2, meander corner, which is a spruce post 3% ft. long, 4 in. square, set in a mound of stone, marked WC MC 2; from which A spruce, 8 in. diam., bears S. 39~ W., 5% lks. distant, marked WC MC 2 BT. A spruce, 20 in. diam., bears S. 77%~ E., 23 lks. distant, marked WC MC 2 BT. 11.23 Comer No. 2, meander corner, identical with comer No. 2, meander comer, of home site No. 32; not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide of Gastineau Channel: (1) S. 30~ E., 1.97 chs.; (2) S. 62~ E., 2.83 chs.; (3) S. 44%~ E., 0.16 chs.; to corner No. 3, meander comer, not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence north. 0. 30 Witness comer to corner No. 3, meander corner, which is a spruce post 3% ft. long, 4 in. square, set in mound of stone, marked HS WC MC 3; from which A spruce, 6 in. diam., bears S. 60~ E., 33 Iks. distant, marked HS WC MC 3 BT. 14. 51 Corner No. 4, a hemlock post 3% ft. long, 4 in. square, set firmly in ground, marked HS 4; from which A lodgepole pine, 14 in. diam., bears S. 10~ E., 65 lks. distant, marked HS 4 BT. 1073

Page  1074 EO 5779 Executive Orders Chs. Thence S. 87~ 30' W., along edge of right of way. 3. 59 Corner No. 1, and place of beginning, containing approximately 4.77 acres. The survey was made in March, 1928; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ 30' E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at corner No. 1, meander corner, on Favorite Bay, Admiralty Island, in approximate latitude 57~ 29' N., longitude 134~ 34' W., which comer is a spruce post 5 ft. long, 4 in. square, set firmly in the ground, marked HS 1 MC; from which Rose Rock bears N. 32~ W. A timbered point across the inlet bears N. 4~ E. A hemlock, 26 in. diam., bears S. 10~ E., 1.11 chs. distant, marked BT HS 1. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide: (1) N. 59~ W., 3.50 chs.; (2) N. 49~ W., 2.00 chs.; (3) N. 55~ W., 2.00 chs.; (4) N. 47~ 30' W., 1.05 chs.; (5) N. 25~ W., 0.56 chs.; to comer No. 2, meander corner, which is a spruce tree 8 in. diam., cut off 5 ft. above the ground, 4 in. square, marked HS 2 MC; from which A timbered point across the inlet bears N. 20~ 30' E. A hemlock, 20 in. diam., bears N. 42~ W., 0.26 chs. distant, marked BT HS 2. Thence S. 31~ W. 5. 50 Comer No. 3, a hemlock post 5 ft. long, 4 in. square, set firmly in the ground, marked HS 3; from which A hemlock, 38 in. diam., bears S. 85~ W., 0.13 chs. distant, marked BT HS 3. Thence S. 52~ 30' E. 9. 02 Corner No. 4, a hemlock post 5 ft. long, 4 in. square, set firmly in the ground, marked HS 4; from which A hemlocl, 20 in. diam., bears S. 37~ E., 0.32 chs. distant, marked BT HS 4. Thence N. 31~ E. 5. 50 Comer No. 1, meander comer, and place of beginning, containing approximately 4.69 acres. The survey was made April 9, 1929; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at comer No. 1, meander corner, home site No. 238, on Favorite Bay, Admiralty Island, in approximate latitude 57~ 29' 45" N., and longitude 134~ 34' W., which comer is a spruce post 5 ft. long, 1074.. d

Page  1075 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5779 Chs. 4 in. square, set firmly in the ground. Corner is set on west side of a small stream; from which The highest point on Rose Rock bears N. 10~ W. A point of timber across the inlet bears N. 48~ E. A spruce, 10 in. diam., bears S. 75~ W., 41 lks. distant, marked BT HS 1. Thence with meanders along line of approximate mean high tide: (1) N. 84~ E., 2.00 chs.; (2) N. 66~ E., 2.00 chs.; (3) N. 34~ E., 2.00 chs.; (4) N. 28~ E., 2.00 chs.; (5) S. 63~ E., 1.00 chs.; (6) S. 30~ E., 4.00 chs.; (7) S. 2~ W., 2.00 chs.; (8) S. 10~ W.,.80 chs.; (9) S. 34~ W., 2.00 chs.; (10) S. 22~ W., 0.78 chs.; to corer No. 2, meander corner, which is a spruce post, 5 ft. long, 3 in. square, set firmly in the ground, marked HS 2 MC; from which Corner No. 1 of John. Hunter's home site bears S. 10~ W., 2.00 chs. distant. A timbered point across the inlet bears N. 40~ E. A hemlock, 19 in. diam., bears S. 45~ W., 74 lks. distant, marked BT HS 2. Thence S. 48~ W. 1.50 Corer No. 3, a spruce post, 5 ft. long, 4 in. square, set firmly in the ground, marked HS 3; from which The nearest point of the Angoon-Killisnoo Trail bears S. 48~ W., 95 lks. A spruce, 9 in. diam., bears S. 21~ 30' W., 33 lks., marked BT HS 3. Thence N. 47~ W., along trail right of way. 8. 26 Corner No. 1, and the place of beginning, containing approximately 4.28 acres. The survey was made April 12, 1929; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 21, 1932. [No. 5779] 1075

Page  1076 EO 5780 Executive Orders Executive Order 5780. January 25, 1932 xetutibe (~rber PUBLIC WATER RESTORATION No. 71 ARIZONA AND UTAH So much of Executive orders of April 17, 1916, creating Public Water Reserve No. 34, Arizona No. 5, as modified by Interpretation No. 29 of November 20, 1926; and of March 29, 1912, creating Public Water Reserve No. 1, Utah No. 1, as affects the land hereinafter listed is hereby revoked, and all such land not otherwise reserved or withdrawn is hereby restored to the public domain and shall become subject to disposition under the laws applicable thereto upon such date and after such notice as may be hereafter determined and announced. ARIZONA GILA AND SALT RIVER MERIDIAN Lands affected in Public Water Reserve No. 34: T. 39 N., R. 13 W., sec. 5, S. % NW. %4, N. % SW. 4, NW. YS SE. 4. UTAH SALT LAKE MERIDIAN Lands affected in Public Water Reserve No. 1: T. 20 S., R. 19 W., sec. 10, NE. % SE. Y4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 25, 1932. [No. 5780] 1076 =

Page  1077 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5782 Executive Order 5781. January 28, 1932 Cxecutibe @rber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. FLORENCE C. BROCK Mrs. Florence C. Brock, widow of Thomas S. Brock who served for over 30 years in and under the Department of the Interior and the Department of Agriculture, may be appointed to the position of junior clerk, Bureau of Public Roads, Department of Agriculture, without reference to the requirements of the civil-service rules. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 28, 1982. [No. 5781] Executive Order 5782. January 28, 1932 executibte <rber HUTTON LAKE MIGRATORY BIRD REFUGE, ENLARGED WYOMING It is hereby ordered that the following-described area in Albany County, Wyo., be, and the same is hereby, reserved and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for birds and wild animals, subject to existing valid rights: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 14 N., R. 74 W., sec. 8, lot 1, E. X NE. #, and NE. # SE. %. The lands involved are an addition to the Hutton Lake Migratory Bird Refuge, which is being acquired under authority of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (45 Stat. 1222-1226; U. S. Code, Supp. IV, title 16, ch. 7a). 1077

Page  1078 EO 5783 Executive Orders It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1088, 1098, and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (45 Stat. 1222, 1224; U. S. Code, Supp. IV, title 16, ch. 7a, sec. 715i). HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 28, 1932. [No. 5782] Executive Order 5783. January 29, 1932 Cxetutibe Qlrber BAMFORTH LAKE MIGRATORY BIRD REFUGE, ENLARGED WYOMING It is hereby ordered that the following-described area in Albany County, Wyo., be, and the same is hereby, reserved and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for birds and wild animals, subject to existing valid rights: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 16 N., R. 74 W., sec. 6, lots 3, 4, 5, and SE. Y NW. H. 1078

Page  1079 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5784 The lands involved are an addition to the Bamforth Lake Migratory Bird Refuge, which is being acquired under authority of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (45 Stat. 1222-1226; U. S. Code, Supp. IV, title 16, ch. 7a). It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1088, 1098, and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (45 Stat. 1222, 1224; U. S. Code, Supp. IV, title 16, ch. 7a, sec. 715i). HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 29, 1982. [No. 5783] Executive Order 5784. January 29, 1932 Cxecutibe 0 rber III - - IlIII WITHDRAWAL OF LANDS FOR USE OF ALASKA ROAD COMMISSION ALASKA It is hereby ordered that the portion of Fort William H. Seward Military Reservation (now Chilkoot Barracks), in Alaska, described as the Clay Reserve, which was transferred to the control of the Secretary of the Interior by Executive Order No. 4131, dated January 22, 1925, under the act of July 5, 1884 (23 Stat. 103-104), 1079

Page  1080 EO 5785 Executive Orders be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn for the use of the Alaska Road Commission; and when no longer needed by said commission, the lands are to be returned to the control of the Secretary of the Interior for disposal under the act of March 27, 1928 (45 Stat. 371), or as may be otherwise provided by law. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 29, 1932. [No. 5784] Executive Order 5785. January 29, 1932 Cxecutibe @rber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY NEW MEXICO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5091, dated April 9, 1929, which withdrew the public lands in Tps. 16 N., Rs. 12 and 13 E., New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, January 29, 19S2. INo. 5785] 1080 M

Page  1081 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5787 Executive Order 5786. January 30, 1932 Cxecutibe erber DEFENSsE SEA AREA OFF THE COAST OF NORTH CAROLINA By virtue of authority vested in me as Chief Executive and by the provisions of section 44 of the Criminal Code (U. S. Code, title 18, sec. 96), I hereby declare the following bounded waters off the coast of North Carolina and southeast of Kittyhawk Coast Guard Station, comprising approximately two-thirds of a square mile, to be a defensive sea area for purposes of national defense: Beginning at a point latitude 36~ 03' N., longitude 75~ 37'.4 W.; thence to a point latitude 36~ 03'.3 N., longitude 75~ 36'.7 W.; thence to a point latitude 36~ 02'.28 N., longitude 75~ 36'.15 W.; thence to a point latitude 36~ 02' N., longitude 75~ 36'.8 W.; and thence to point of beginning. At no time shall vessels or other craft be navigated within the area above defined except such as are authorized by the Secretary of the Navy. Any violations of the provisions of this order shall be subject to the penalties provided by law. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, January 30, 1932. [No. 5786] Executive Order 5787. February 2, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber AMENDMENT OF SCHEDULE A OF THE CIVIL-SERVICE RULES, EXCEPTING POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Subdivision VI of Schedule A, positions excepted from examination, under the Department of Justice, is hereby amended to read as follows: 1081 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 20

Page  1082 EO 5788 Executive Orders VI. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 1. (a) Director and not more than three assistant directors of prisons. (b) Members of the Board of Parole. (c) Wardens and superintendents, deputy wardens and assistant superintendents of Federal penal and correctional institutions. (d) One industrial superintendent at each Federal penal and correctional institution. (e) Inspectors of prisons. 2. One clerk to each United States district attorney. 3. Special employees having individual knowledge of violations of prohibition law. 4. Not exceeding eight positions in the immediate office of the Attorney General, in addition to private secretary and assistant private secretary excepted under Subdivision I of Schedule A. 5. One private secretary, or confidential clerk, each, to the Solicitor General, the Assistant to the Attorney General, and the Assistant Attorneys General in addition to those allowed under clause 1, of Subdivision I, of Schedule A. 6. All positions in the Bureau of Investigation except fingerprint classifiers. This order, which is recommended by the commission and concurred in by the department, is designed to diminish the number of excepted positions and improve the service, and shall be effective February 1, 1932. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 2, 1932. [No. 5787] Executive Order 5788. February 2, 1932 Cxecutibe @rber SIZE, WEIGHT, AND SPEED OF MOTOR VEHICLES USING THE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS OF THE CANAL ZONE By virtue of an act of Congress entitled "AN ACT Extending certain privileges of canal employees to other officials on the Canal Zone and authorizing the President to make rules and regulations affecting health, sanitation, quarantine, taxation, public roads, self-propelled vehicles, and police powers on the Canal Zone, and for 1082

Page  1083 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5788 other purposes, including provision as to certain fees, money orders, and interest deposits," approved August 21, 1916 (39 Stat. 527-529), I hereby establish the following Executive order for the Canal Zone to become effective March 1, 1932, regulating the size, weight, tire sizes, and speeds of trucks or other heavy vehicles or equipment using the public highways of the Canal Zone: SIZE RESTRICTIONS 1. Width, including load, 96 inches. 2. Height, including load, 13 feet 6 inches. 3. Length, including load: (a) Single vehicles, 33 feet; (b) combination of vehicles, 75 feet. A truck carrying lumber, pipe, etc., if otherwise complying with regulations, will be allowed a total length over all of 40 feet, provided speed is not greater than 12 miles per hour and rear end is protected by red flag. GROSS WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS 4. A single vehicular unit of four wheels or less, maximum 28,000 pounds. (Tractor, semitrailer, or trailer to be regarded as a separate unit.) 5. Any one axle of a single vehicular unit of four wheels or less or any axle of semitrailer or trailer, maximum 22,400 pounds. 6. Weight per inch width of tire measured between flanges of the rim in case of solid rubber tires shall be as follows: Size of tire Load per inch (maximum) 3 inches ---------------------------------— 400 pounds 3Y inches -------------------------------— 400 pounds 4 inches --- —--- -------------------------— 500 pounds 5 inches --- —----------------------------— 600 pounds 6 inches ---------------------------------— 700 pounds 7 inches --------------------------------— 800 pounds 8 inches ---------------------------------— 800 pounds 10 inches ---------------------------------— 800 pounds 12 inches ---------------------------------— 800 pounds 14 inches ---------------------------------— 800 pounds SIZE OF TIRES 7. The minimum thickness of rubber for solid rubber tires shall be: 3-inch, 3%-inch, 4-inch, 5-inch tires -------------- 1 inch 6-inch, 7-inch, 8-inch tires ------------------------ 1 inches 10-inch, 12-inch, 14-inch tires --- —--— _ --- —----- 1Y inches 8. The load-carrying capacity and inflation pressures of pneumatic tires should be governed by the ratings established by the Tire and Rim Association, Inc., for efficient operation. This is not, however, a regulation carrying a penalty for violation. DEFINITIONS 9. Pneumatic tires-All tires inflated with compressed air. 10. Solid rubber tires-Every tire made of rubber other than a pneumatic tire. Cushion tires are included in this classification. 1083

Page  1084 EO 5788 Executive Orders SPEED RESTRICTIONS 11. The speed restrictions for vehicles carrying freight and equipped with solid rubber tires shall be: Not over 5,000 pounds ----------------------— 20 M.P.H. 5,000 to 12,000 pounds ----------------------— 15 M.P.H. Over 12,000 pounds ------------------------— 12 M.P.H. 12. These speeds apply both to town and country traffic except that existing speed limits within towns must not be exceeded. SPECIAL PERMITS 13. Vehicular units of more than four wheels exceeding weights for four-wheel units, tractors, overweight trailers or special units, vehicles requiring correction of tire specifications, and any unit to be moved over the Canal Zone public highways and not within the above-specified limitations, must, prior to movement, be provided with a permit, either permanent or temporary as circumstances may warrant, issued by the Municipal Engineer and approved by the Engineer of Maintenance or the Assistant Engineer of Maintenance, stating the conditions as to weight, speed limits, time of movement, and other necessary conditions under which such equipment may be moved. This permit must, if practicable, accompany the equipment when being moved. 14. The Governor of the Panama Canal is authorized to issue permits or orders making exception to any regulation herein when in his judgment such exception is justifiable and for the public welfare. 15. In time of war or public emergency these restrictions shall not apply to vehicles or equipment operated by authority of the Government of the United States. The statement of the person or officer in direct charge of the equipment that an emergency exists shall be accepted by police or traffic officers and no arrest shall be made. Such cases, however, shall be reported to higher authority. 16. Any person violating these regulations will be subject to prosecution and, upon conviction, may be punished by fine not to exceed $25, or by imprisonment in jail not to exceed 30 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment, in the court's discretion, as provided by the act of Congress approved August 21, 1916. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 2, 1982. [No. 5788] 1084

Page  1085 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5789 Executive Order 5789. February 2, 1932 Cxetutibe ~rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY CALIFORNIA Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the following public lands be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey thereof under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845): SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN, CALIFORNIA T. 18 N., R. 13 E., secs. 1 and 12; T. 17 N., R. 14 E., secs. 1 and 12; T. 18 N., R. 14 E., secs. 7, 8, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 27, 28, 34, 35; T. 16 N., R. 15 E., secs. 1 and 12; T. 17 N., R. 15 E., secs. 7, 17, 18, 20, 21, 27, 28, 34, 35; T. 16 N., R. 16 E., secs. 7, 17, 18, 20, 21, 27, 28, 34, 35; T. 15 N., R. 17 E., secs. 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25; T. 14 N., R. 18 E., secs. 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25; T. 15 N., R. 18 E., secs. 30 to 32, inclusive; T. 13 N., R. 19 E., secs. 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25; T. 14 N., R. 19 E., sees. 30 to 32, inclusive; T. 12 N., R. 20 E., secs. 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25; T. 13 N., R. 20 E., sees. 30 to 32, inclusive; T. 11 N., R. 21 E., sees. 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25; T. 12 N., R. 21 E., sees. 31 and 32; T. 11 N., R. 22 E., sees. 30 and 31. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 2, 1932. [No. 5789] 1085

Page  1086 EO 5790 Executive Orders Executive Order 5790. February 2,1932 Cxecutibe @rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY NEW MEXICO Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in townships 8 south, ranges 18 and 23 east of the New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 2, 1932. [No. 57901 Executive Order 5791. February 2,1932 Cxecutibe Q)rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY COLORADO Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in 1086

Page  1087 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5792 township 10 south, range 94 west of the sixth principal meridian, Colorado, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 2, 1932. [No. 5791] Executive Order 5792. February 2, 1932 Cxecutie rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY NEVADA Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the following public lands be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey thereof under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845): MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN, NEVADA T. 24 S., R. 56 E., secs. 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 27, 35, 36; T. 25 S., R. 56 E., sec. 1; T. 25 S., R. 57 E., secs. 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 27, 35, 36; T. 26 S., R. 57 E., sec. 1; T. 26 S., R. 58 E., secs. 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 27, 35, 36; T. 27 S., R. 58 E., sec. 1; T. 27 S., R. 59 E., secs. 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 27, 35, 36; T. 28 S., R. 59 E., sec. 1; T. 28 S., R. 60 E., secs. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 27, 35, 36; T. 29 S., R. 60 E., sec. 1; T. 28 S., R. 61 E., sec. 31; T. 29 S., R. 61 E., secs. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 35, 36; 1087

Page  1088 EO 5793 Executive Orders T. 29 S., R. 62 E., sec. 31; T. 30 S., R. 62 E., sees. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 35, 36; T. 31 S., R. 62 E., sec. 1; T. 30 S., R. 63 E., sec. 31; T. 31 S., R. 63 E., sees. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36; T. 32 S., R. 63 E., sec. 1; T. 31 S., R. 64 E., sees. 30 to 32, inclusive; T. 32 S., R. 64 E., secs. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 35, 36; T. 32 S., R. 65 E., secs. 30 to 32, inclusive; T. 33 S., R. 65 E., secs. 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 36. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 2, 1932. [No. 5792] Executive Order 5793. February 3, 1932 exetutibe @rber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY WYOMING It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4882, dated May 16, 1928, which withdrew, among other lands, the public lands in T. 53 N., R. 63 W., sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked, as to said township. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in said township, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of said township, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. 1088

Page  1089 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5794 Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 8, 193s2. [No. 5793] Executive Order 5794. February 5,1932 executibe 0rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR LOOKOUT STATION CALIFORNIA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions therein expressed, it is hereby ordered that the W. % NW. % sec. 24, T. 30 N., R. 14 E., Mount Diablo meridian, California, containing 80 acres, be, and the same is hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry for use as a lookout station in connection with cooperative forest-protection work. This order shall remain in full force ana effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, February 5, 1982. [No. 5794] 1089

Page  1090 EO 5795 Executive Orders Executive Order 5795. February 9, 1932 (xetutibe <rber POWER-SITE RESTORATION No. 468 WYOMING So much of the order of July 13, 1911, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 190, as affects the lands hereinafter described, is hereby revoked: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 38 N., R. 110 W., sec. 36, SW. M. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HORSE, February 9, 1932. [No. 6795] Executive Order 5796. February 10, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION ILLINOIS AND WISCONSIN Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me by the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that all public lands of the United States as hereinafter indicated be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, subject to valid existing rights in and to the same, pending classification and legislation: 1090 — LI -- - -~

Page  1091 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5797 All islands in the Fox River in Illinois and Wisconsin and in the chain of lakes in said States drained thereby and all lands in the drainage basin through which the river flows. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 10, 1982. [No. 5796] Executive Order 5797. February 11,1932 Cxecutibe QLrber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY WYOMING It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4608, dated March 10, 1927, which withdrew, among other lands, the public lands in T. 46 N., R. 90 W., and T. 47 N., R. 91 W., sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, pending resurveys, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to the above-mentioned townships. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened, under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. 1091

Page  1092 EO 5798 Executive Orders Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 11, 19S2. [No. 5797] Executive Order 5798. February 11, 1932 Cxecutibe 0rber POWER-SITE RESTORATION NO. 467 OREGON So much of Executive order of December 12, 1917, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 660, as affects the lands hereinafter described, is hereby revoked: WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 2 S., R. 5 E., sec. 7, lot 5; sec. 15, N. % NW. 4, SW. 4 NW. Y. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 11, 1932. [No. 5798] 1092 - ------ --

Page  1093 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5800 Executive Order 5799. February 15, 1932 Cxetutibe 0rber WITHDRAWAL OF LANDS FOR MCCLELLAN PEAK ADMINISTRATIVE SITE NEVADA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847 -848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the N. % NW. % sec. 14, T. 16 N., R. 20 E., Mount Diablo meridian, Nevada, 80 acres, be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn and reserved for use by the Department of Agriculture as McClellan Peak lookout site in connection with the administration of the Tahoe National Forest, subject to the conditions of the aforesaid acts and to any valid existing right. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 15, 1932. [No. 57991 Executive Order 5800. February 17, 1932 executibe ~ rber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE GALLATIN AND BEARTOOTH NATIONAL FORESTS TO THE ABSAROKA NATIONAL FOREST MONTANA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now parts of the Gallatin National Forest as defined by proclamation of September 4, 1912 (37 Stat. 1761), and modified by the act of May 26, 1926 (44 Stat. 655-657), and the Beartooth 1093

Page  1094 EO 5800 Executive Orders National Forest as defined by proclamation of April 15, 1912 (37 Stat. 1736-1737), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Absaroka National Forest: FROM THE BEARTOOTH NATIONAL FOREST All lands now a part thereof to the south and west of a line beginning at Sunset Peak in the unsurveyed portion of T. 9 S., R. 14 E., Montana meridian; thence eastward along the hydrographic divide between Stillwater River, West Rosebud Creek, East Rosebud Creek, and the forks of Rock Creek on the north and Soda Butte Creek and the Clarks Fork drainage of the Yellowstone River on the south, passing over Sheep Mountain, Mount Zimmer, Granite Peak, Bald Knob, Mount Dewey, and along Beartooth Plateau to an intersection with the Montana-Wyoming State line about one mile east of the southwest corner of unsurveyed T. 9 S., R. 18 E., Montana meridian. FROM THE GALLATIN NATIONAL FOREST All lands now a part thereof lying south and east of the following-described line: Beginning at the southeast corner of sec. 8, T. 4 S., R. 8 E., Montana meridian; thence westerly 2 miles along section lines to the southwest corner of sec. 7, said township; thence south approximately one-quarter mile along range line to a point where this line is intersected by the hydrographic divide between Pine Creek on the north and Dry Creek on the south; thence southwesterly along said hydrographic divide to an intersection with the hydrographic divide between Trail and Pine Creeks on the north and Eightmile Creek on the south; thence in a northwesterly direction along said divide to an intersection with the main hydrographic divide between the Gallatin River on the west and the Yellowstone River on the east; thence in a general southwesterly direction along said divide passing over Fridley Peak, Hyalite Peak, Eaglehead Mountain and Ramshorn Mountain to an intersection with the present Yellowstone National Park boundary at the head of Daly Creek; thence following southerly and easterly along the Yellowstone National Park boundary to its intersection with the present boundary of the Absaroka National Forest; also secs. 1 and 12, T. 3 S., R. 7 E.; secs. 1 to 12 inclusive, T. 3 S., R. 8 E.; and secs. 4 to 9 inclusive, T. 3 S., R. 9 E.-all Montana meridian. The transfers effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Absaroka National Forest are more clearly shown on the diagram attached hereto and made a part hereof. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a national-forest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 17, 1932. [No. 58001 EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. 1094 x. In- -

Page  1095 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5801 Executive Order 5801. February 17, 1932 Cxecutibe 9Arber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE ABSAROKA AND BEARTOOTH NATIONAL FORESTS TO THE CUSTER NATIONAL FOREST MONTANA-SOUTH DAKOTA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36, U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands now a part of the Absaroka National Forest, as defined by proclamation of June 19, 1912 (37 Stat. 1745-1746), and the Beartooth National Forest as defined by proclamation of April 15, 1912 (37 Stat. 1736-1737), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Custer National Forest: FROM THE ABSAROKA NATIONAL FOREST All lands lying to the eastward of a line beginning at a point on the east line of sec. 13, T. 2 S., R. 14 E., Montana meridian, where the hydrographic divide between the drainage of Upper Deer Creek on the west and the drainage of Lower Deer Creek on the east intersects said line; thence in a southwesterly direction along said divide to Squaw Peak in unsurveyed T. 4 S., R. 14 E., Montana meridian. FROM THE BEARTOOTH NATIONAL FOREST All lands forming a part thereof north of the following-described line: Beginning at Sunset Peak in unsurveyed T. 9 S., R. 14 E., Montana meridian; thence eastward along the hydrographic divide between Stillwater River, West Rosebud Creek, East Rosebud Creek, and the forks of Rock Creek on the north and Soda Butte Creek and the Clarks Fork drainage of the Yellowstone River on the south, passing over Sheep Mountain, Mount Zimmer, Granite Peak, Bald Knob, Mount Dewey, and along Beartooth Plateau to its intersection with the MontanaWyoming State line approximately 1 mile east of the southwest corner of unsurveyed T. 9 S., R. 18 E., Montana meridian; also that part of the Beartooth National Foiest lying in Tps. 7 and 8 S., R. 25 E.; Tps. 7 and 8 S., R. 26 E.; Tps. 7 and 8 S., R. 27 E.; Tps. 7 and 8 S., R. 28 E., Montana meridian. The transfers effected by this order and the new boundaries of the Custer National Forest are more clearly shown on three diagrams attached hereto and made a part hereof, designated as the Beartooth, Ashland, and Sioux Divisions, respectively, of the Custer National Forest. 1095

Page  1096 EO 5802 Executive Orders It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a nationalforest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 17, 1932. [No. 5801] EDITOR'S NOTE: The diagram accompanying the Executive order is filed with the original in the National Archives and Records Service. Executive Order 5802. February 17,1932 Cxecutibe @rber APPOINTMENT OF MR. SINCLAIR A. WILSON Mr. Sinclair A. Wilson may be appointed as Senior Forest Economist, $4,600 per annum, for duty at the Pacific Northwest station of the Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, without regard to the requirements of the civil-service rules. The background of Mr. Wilson of regular forestry and legal training, supplemented by years of responsible bank administration and by participation in forest tax law formulation and in other forest economic activities, unquestionably qualifies him for this position. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, February 17, 1932. [No. 5802] 1096 1~~-cl -~l- YI1~liI~

Page  1097 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5804 Executive Order 5803. February 19, 1932 Executibe rlrber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LAND FOR FISH-CULTURAL STATION OREGON Under authority of the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the W. % E. % SW. X NE. Y sec. 17, T. 4 S., R. 14 E., Willamette meridian, Oregon, be, and is hereby, withdrawn and reserved for use of the Bureau of Fisheries of the Department of Commerce, subject to an existing withdrawal for power purposes and to any valid existing rights. This withdrawal shall remain in effect until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 19, 1982. [No. 58031 Executive Order 5804. February 23, 1932 Qxecutibte rber APPOINTMENT OF MISS ANN HALLORAN Miss Ann Halloran may be appointed to the position of stenographer in the Veterans' Administration without compliance with the requirements of the civilservice rules. 1097 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 21

Page  1098 EO 5805 Executive Orders This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, February S3, 1932. [No. 5804] Executive Order 5805. February 23, 1932 Cxteutibe rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY NEW MEXICO Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in the following-described townships in New Mexico be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845): NEW MEXICO PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 3 S., R. 18 E.; T. 2 S., R. 19 E.; T. 4 S., R. 21 E.; Tps. 6 S., Rs. 21 and 22 E. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February *3, 1932. [No. 5805] 1098

Page  1099 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5807 Executive Order 5806. February 25, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber PARTIAL RESTORATION OF PUBLIC LAND FOR AIRPORT ALASKA Executive Order No. 3672, dated May 8, 1922, reserving certain therein-described land in Alaska for town-site purposes, is hereby revoked, in so far as it applies to tract 32, containing 140.24 acres, shown on a supplemental plat of survey, Fourth Addition, Anchorage Town Site, township 13 north, range 3 west, Seward meridian, Alaska, accepted May 29, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 25, 1932. [No. 5806] Executive Order 5807. February 25, 1932 Cxetutibe 0rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY COLORADO Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in township 11 south, range 96 west of the sixth principal meridian, Colorado, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). 1099

Page  1100 EO 5808 Executive Orders This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousiE, February 15, 193s. [No. 5807] Executive Order 5808. February 25, 1932 (xecutibe Qrber LONG LAKE MIGRATORY BIRD REFUGE, ENLARGED NORTH DAKOTA It is hereby ordered that the following-described area in Burleigh and Kidder Counties, N. Dak., be, and the same is hereby, reserved and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for birds and wild animals, subject to existing valid rights: FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 138 N., R. 74 W., sec. 26, lots 1, 2, and 4; sec. 32, lots 1, 6, 7, and 8, and N. X SE. Y; T. 138 N., R. 75 W., sec. 34, E. % NE. %, SW. Y NE. %,SE. % NW. 4, SW. Y4, and SE. Y; T. 137 N., R. 76 W., sec. 22, SW. % NE. % and NW. %; sec. 24, SE. 4%. The lands involved are an addition to the Long Lake Migratory Bird Refuge, which is being acquired under authority of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (45 Stat. 1222-1226; U. S. Code, Supp. V, title 16, ch. 7a). It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unat 1100.

Page  1101 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5809 tended near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1088, 1098, and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (45 Stat. 1222, 1224; U. S. Code, Supp. V, title 16, ch. 7a, sec. 715i). HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 25, 1982. [No. 5808] Executive Order 5809. February 27, 1932 fxecutibe <rber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY NEW MEXICO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4843, dated March 23, 1928, which withdrew, with other lands, the public lands in T. 20 N., R. 1 E., New Mexico principal meridian, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to said township. AlLthe lands in this township are included in the Santa Fe National Forest. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, February 27, 1982. [No. 5809] 1101

Page  1102 EO 5810 Executive Orders Executive Order 5810. February 27, 1932 Cxetutibe Qrber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING REsUBVEY UTAH It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4426, dated April 19, 1926, which withdrew the public lands in T. 1 S., R. 2 E., Salt Lake meridian, Utah, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 27, 1932. [No. 5810] Executive Order 5811. February 27, 1932 executibe Orber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. WANDA COOLIDGE CARVER Mrs. Wanda Coolidge Carver may be appointed as under clerk, grade CAF-1, $1,260 per annum, navy yard, Washington, D. C., in lieu of an existing vacancy in the rating of typewriter, grade CAF-1, without regard to the civil-service act or rules. Mrs. Carver is the widow of William E. Carver, employed as leadingman ordnanceman at the navy yard, Washington, D. C., who was killed in an explosion of fulminate of mercury, December 30, 1931, at the naval magazine, Bellevue, D. C. This order is issued upon recommendation of the Secretary of the Navy. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 27, 193S. [No. 5811] 1102

Page  1103 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5813 Executive Order 5812. February 29, 1932 Cexecutibe rber AMENDMENT TO THE CONSULAR REGULATIONS Section 544 of the Consular Regulations of 1896 is hereby amended to read as follows: 544. Postage charges. Expenditures for the purchase of postage stamps should be supported in the accounts by a proper voucher on Standard Form 1034, signed by the postmaster as payee or by some person authorized to act for him. Postage stamps purchased with official funds should be used only on correspondence and packages sent and received by the officer on the official business of his office. A strict account of official postage should be kept. The text of section 11, Chapter XX, Instructions to Diplomatic Officers, is similarly amended. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 29, 192. [No. 5812] Executive Order 5813. February 29,1932 fxecutibe Brber WITHDRAWAL OF COAL LANDS ALASKA Under authority and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that, subject to valid existing claims, the following lands are hereby temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, 1103

Page  1104 EO 5814 Executive Orders lease, or other disposal and reserved for the purposes of investigation, examination, and classification. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. SEWARD MERIDIAN T. 19 N., R. 2 E., secs. 31 and 32; T. 18 N., R. 2 E., secs. 5 and 6. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, February 29, 1932. [No. 5813] Executive Order 5814. March 1, 1932 Cxetutibe orber ADDITION OF LANDS TO THE OCALA NATIONAL FOREST AND THE OCALA NATIONAL GAME REFUGE FLORIDA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), the act of March 1, 1911 (36 Stat. 962-963; U. S. Code, title 16, sec. 521), and the act of June 28, 1930 (46 Stat. 827-828), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the followingdescribed lands be, and the same are hereby, added to and made a part of the Ocala National Forest as defined by proclamation of October 17, 1927 (45 Stat. 2927), and a part of the Ocala National Game Refuge as defined by proclamation of July 24, 1930 (46 Stat. 3031): Beginning at the closing corer between sec. 25, T. 15 S., R. 26 E., and sec. 30, T. 15 S., R. 27 E., Tallahassee meridian, on the southeast line of the F. M. Arredondo Grant; thence N. 0~ 34' W. with the line between Marion and Lake Counties 226.81 chs. to a point on the north bank of Juniper Creek; thence with the meanders of the north bank of Juniper Creek N. 48~ 04' W. 4.23 chs., N. 63~ 54' W. 6.95 chs., 1104 -s - — `- ' -- ~ —ll ---L —

Page  1105 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5815 N. 88~ 54' W. 8.47 chs., S. 66~ 00' W. 2.40 chs. to a point one-quarter mile west of the Marion-Lake County line; thence N. 0~ 34' W. with a line one-quarter mile west of and parallel to the Marion-Lake County line 190.85 chs. to a point in the northwest line of the F. M. Arredondo Grant; thence with the northwest, southwest, and southeast boundaries of the F. M. Arredondo Grant to the place of beginning, containing 10,801.12 acres, be the same more or less. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 1, 1932. [No. 5814] Executive Order 5815. March 9, 1932 Cxecutibte rber WITHDRAWAL OF COAL LANDS ALASKA Under authority and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that, subject to valid existing claims, the following lands are hereby temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, lease, or other disposal and reserved for the purposes of investigation, examination, and classification. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. SEWARD MERIDIAN T. 18 N., R. 1 E., sees. 1 and 12; T. 18 N., R. 2 E., secs. 3, 4, 7, 8, 9; T. 19 N., R. 1 E., secs. 25 and 36; T. 19 N., R. 2 E., secs. 28, 29, 30, 33. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 9, 1932. INo. 58151 1105

Page  1106 EO 5816 Executive Orders Executive Order 5816. March 9, 1932 Cxetutfibe 0rber POWER-SITE RESTORATION No. 469 MONTANA So much of Executive order of October 20, 1910, creating Power-Site Reserve No. 155, as affects the lands hereinafter described, is hereby revoked: MONTANA MERIDIAN T. 2 S., R. 20 E., sec. 32, lot 6. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 9, 1932. [No. 5816] Executive Order 5817. March 10, 1932 Cxecutibe 0rber AMENDMENT OF SCHEDULE B OF THE CIVIL-SERVICE RULES, AFFECTING THE BUREAU OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE Paragraph 2, Subdivision III, Schedule B, of positions excepted from competition under the civil-service rules, is hereby amended to read as follows: 2. Commercial attaches and assistant commercial attaches, trade commissioners and assistant trade commissioners, employed in the Foreign Commerce Service of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. After at least three years of service abroad, these employees may be transferred or reinstated, upon approval of the Civil Service Commission, to any position under the bureau for which their qualifications fit them, but without any change thereby in their excepted status as Schedule B employees. 1106 A.

Page  1107 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5818 All positions in the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce in the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Porto Rico, heretofore excepted from competitive examination, other than the director and assistant directors of the bureau, are hereby included, with their incumbents, in the classified competitive service. The effect of this amendment is to diminish the number of excepted positions in the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce and permit transfers, under the restrictions mentioned, to the bureau proper. The-commission concurs with the department in recommending this order. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 10, 1932. [No. 5817] Executive Order 5818. March 10, 1932 Cxecutibe @rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION WASHINGTON Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848; U. S. Code, title 43, sec. 141), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497; U.-S. Code, title 43, sec. 142), and subject to the conditions therein expressed and valid existing rights, it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the following-described area in the State of Washington be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification as to their suitability for migratory bird refuge purposes: WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 22 N., R. 26 E., sec. 2, SE. % NE. Y; T. 23 N., R. 26 E., sec. 1, all; sec. 2, lots 1 and 5, SE. X NE. X, NE. X SE. %, and W. % SE. S; sec. 11, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, S. % NW. %, NE. %4 SW. %, and SW. 4 SW. %;,107

Page  1108 EO 5818 Executive Orders sec. 12, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, NE. % NE. X, S. X NE. 3, SE. 4 SW. 4, NE. 4 SE. 4, and W. % SE. 4; sec. 13, lot 1, NE. % NW. 4, S. % NW. 4, NE. SW. 4, and W. % SW. 4; sec. 14, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7, NW. 4 NW. 34, and NW. 34 SW. 4; sec. 22, NE. 4 NE. 4; sec. 23, lots 2, 3, 6, and 7; sec. 24, NW. 4 NW. 4, S. % NW. 34, and N. % SW. 4; sec. 25, E. % W. %; sec. 26, lots 2, 3, 6, and 7; sec. 27, SE. 34 NE. 4 and NE. 3 SE. %; T. 23 N., R. 27 E., sec. 6, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, SW. 3 NE. 4, SE. 3 NW. 3, and E. % SW. 34; T. 24 N., R. 27 E., sec. 10, lots 1, 2, and 3, NE. %, NE. 4 SW. 4, and SW. % SW. 4; sec. 11, lot 4 and N. % N. 3J; sec. 14, lots 1 and 2, and S. % NW. 4; sec. 15, lots 3, 4, and 5, NW. 4 NW. 4, and SE. 4 SW. 4; sec. 17, SE. %4 SE. %4; T. 24 N., R. 27 E., sec. 20, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, NW. 4 NE. X, and NE. Y4 SW. 34; sec. 21, lots 1, 2, and 4, NE. 4 SW. 4, S. 3% SW. 4, and SE. 3; sec. 22, lot 1 and E. Y NW. 4; sec. 29, lots 1, 2, and 3; sec. 30, NE. } SE. %4 and SW. 3 SE. %; sec. 31, lot I and SE. 4 SE: Y4. All unsurveyed islands and lands of the United States within the meandered area of an unnamed lake located within and extending from sec. 2, T. 22 N., R. 26 E. to sec. 32, T. 24 N., R. 27 E. Also all unsurveyed islands and lands of the United States within the meandered area of two unnamed lakes, located wholly within T. 24 N., R. 27 E. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 10, 1932. [No. 5818] 1108 i ---~ ---- --

Page  1109 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5819 Executive Order 5819. March 12,1932 Cxecutibe Qrber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY COLORADO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4900, dated June 2, 1928, which withdrew the public lands in T. 8 S., R. 95 W., sixth principal meridian, Colorado, pending a resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that if otherwise subject to disposition such of the above-described lands as are not withdrawn for national-forest purposes and are not withdrawn by Executive Order No. 5327, dated April 15, 1930, for oil shale, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, and such of the lands as are not withdrawn for national-forest purposes but are withdrawn by said Executive Order No. 5327, where of the proper character, to entry under the stock-raising homestead laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of said township. Thereafter, the unreserved public lands in the township shall be subject to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto, and the public lands outside the national forest, but withdrawn by Executive Order No. 5327, where of the proper character, shall be subject to appropriation by the general public under the stock-raising homestead laws only. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no rights may be acquired to the released land by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, March 12, 1982. [No. 58191 1109

Page  1110 EO 5820 Executive Orders Executive Order 5820. March 16, 1932 Cxecutibe Q~rber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY ARKANSAS It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5116, dated May 15, 1929, which withdrew the public lands in T. 1 N., R. 26 W., fifth principal meridian, Arkansas, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. All the lands in this township are included in the Ouachita National Forest. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 16, 1938. [No. 5820] Executive Order 5821. March 17, 1932 fxtcutibte <rber WAIVER OF AGE LIMIT TO PERMIT APPOINTMENT OF JOSEPH H. HOPKINS The maximum age limit for appointment as acting postmaster and that for entrance to the open competitive examination for postmaster at the post office at Woodward, Okla., is hereby waived to permit Mr. Joseph H. Hopkins to be appointed acting postmaster at that office and to take the open competitive examination for the position of postmaster at said office. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 17, 1982. [No. 5821] 1110

Page  1111 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5823 Executive Order 5822. March 19,1932 Cxecutibe trber APPOINTMENT OF FRED SCOTT Fred Scott of Valdez, Alaska, may be appointed as guard at one of the Federal penitentiaries, Department of Justice, without compliance with the requirements of the civil-service rules. Mr. Scott served for several years as one of the chief aids of the warden at Walla Walls Prison, Wash. His record in this service was excellent. Later he removed to Alaska and was employed as foreman of road construction work with the Alaska Roads Commission under the War Department where he sustained an injury to his right hand resulting in the loss of a finger. He is in every way qualified for the service as guard. The appointment of Mr. Scott is recommended by the Attorney General. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 19, 1932. [No. 5822] Executive Order 5823. March 21, 1932 Cxecutibe rber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY COLORADO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4827, dated March 12, 1928, which withdrew the public lands in T. 36 N., R. 12 W., and sees. 1, 12, 13, 24, 25, and 36, T. 36 N., R. 13 W., New Mexico principal meridian, Colorado, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in the above 1111

Page  1112 EO 5824 Executive Orders described sections in said T. 36 N., R. 13 W., if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of the said township, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no rights may be acquired to the released land by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. All the lands in T. 36 N., R. 12 W., are included within the limits of the Montezuma National Forest. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 21, 1932. [No. 5823] Executive Order 5824. March 22, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber INSPECTION OF INCOME TAX RETURNS Pursuant to the provisions of section 257(a) of the Revenue Act of 1926 and section 55 of the Revenue Act of 1928, it is hereby ordered that returns may be open to inspection by State officers for State intangible property tax purposes, in accordance and upon compliance with the amendment, bearing even date herewith, to the rules and regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury and approved by the President, bearing date of April 13, 1926, as amended. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 2, 1932. [No. 5824] 1112 '- I- --- -- -- ---- - -- YIIL. —~ ---._ -~~~~i*ii~l* —*ILI~rrn.~II~ ---L -~ —47- -911~.

Page  1113 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5824 (T. D. No. 4332) INCOME TAX TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Washington, D.C. To Collectors of Internal Revenue and Others Concerned: Treasury Decision 3856 (C.B. V-1, 106) as amended by Treasury Decisions 4187 (C.B. VII-2, 161), 4264 (C.B. VIII-1, 93), 4291 (C.B. IX-1, 127), and 4317 (C.B. X-1, 146) (being regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury and approved by the President, applicable to the inspection of returns under the Revenue Act of 1928 and prior Revenue Acts), is further amended by changing paragraphs 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 thereof to read as follows: 5. The return of an individual shall be open to inspection (a) by the person who made the return, or by his duly constituted attorney in fact; (b) if the maker of the return has died, by the administrator, executor, or trustee of his estate, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such administrator, executor, or trustee; (c) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of such deceased person, upon a showing that such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary has a material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (d) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection, by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon the individual, or a tax upon intangible property owned by the individual, measured by the income derived therefrom, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for such State income and/or intangible property tax purposes. 6. A joint return of a husband and wife shall be open to inspection (a) by either spouse for whom the return was made, upon satisfactory evidence of sach relationship being furnished, or by his or her duly constituted attorney in fact; (b) if either spouse has died, by the administrator, executor, or trustee of his or her estate, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such administrator, executor, or trustee; (c) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of such deceased spouse, upon a showing that such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary has a material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (d) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon either spouse or a tax upon intangible property owned by either spouse, measured by the income derived therefrom, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the 1113 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 22

Page  1114 EO 5824 8Executive Orders officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for such State income and/or intangible property tax purposes. 7. The return of a partnership shall be open to inspection (a) by any individual who was a member of such partnership during any part of the time covered by the return upon satisfactory evidence of such fact being furnished, or by his duly constituted attorney in fact; (b) if a member of such partnership during any part of the time covered by the return has died, by the administrator, executor, or trustee of his estate, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such administrator, executor, or trustee; (c) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of such deceased person, upon a showing that such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary has a material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (d) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon the partnership or upon any member thereof in respect of income therefrom or a tax upon intangible property owned by the partnership, measured by the income derived therefrom, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for such State income and/or intangible property tax purposes. 8. The return of an estate shall be open to inspection (a) by the administrator, executor, or trustee of such estate, or by his duly constituted attorney in fact; (b) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of the deceased person for whose estate the return is made, upon a showing of material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary; and (c) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection, by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon the estate or upon any beneficiary of the estate in respect of income therefrom, or a tax upon intangible property owned by the estate, measured by the income derived therefrom, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for such State income and/or intangible property tax purposes. 9. The return of a trust shall be open to inspection (a) by the trustee or trustees, jointly or severally, or the duly constituted attorney in fact of such trustee or trustees; (b) by any individual who was a beneficiary of such trust during any part of the time covered by the return, upon satisfactory evidence of such fact being furnished, or by his duly constituted attorney in fact; (c) if any individual who was a beneficiary of such trust during any part of the time covered by the return has died, by the administrator, executor, or trustee of his estate, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such administrator, executor, or trustee; (d) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, by any heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary under the will, of such deceased person, upon a showing that such heir at law, next of kin, or beneficiary has a material interest which will be affected by information contained in the return, or by the duly constituted attorney in fact of such heir at law, next of kin, or bene1114

Page  1115 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5825 ficiary; and (e) in the discretion of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and at such time and in such manner as the Commissioner may prescribe for the inspection, by an officer of any State having a law imposing an income tax upon the trust or upon any beneficiary of the trust in respect of income therefrom, or a tax upon intangible property owned by the trust, measured by the income derived therefrom, upon written application signed by the governor of such State under the seal of the State, designating the officer to make the inspection and showing that the inspection is solely for such State income and/or intangible property tax purposes. OGDEN L. MILLS Secretary of the Treasury. Approved: March 22, 1932 HERBERT HOOVER The White House. Executive Order 5825. March 26, 1932 executibe ~rber LEAVES OF ABSENCE, FOREIGN SERVICE Paragraph (d), section 8, Chapter VI, Instructions to Diplomatic Officers, and paragraph (d), section 467 of the Consular Regulations of 1896, are hereby amended to read as follows: (d) Leave without compensation. If consistent with the public interest, leave of absence for good reason may be granted without compensation for a longer time than that stipulated in these regulations for leave of absence with pay; and in any case in which leave of absence in one calendar year is to be extended to cover continuously all or a portion of the leave for the ensuing year, the absence in the first year may be supplemented in the discretion of the Secretary of State by leave without salary in sufficient amount to cover the absence to the end of that calendar year, in order that the leave with pay in the following year may be available. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 26, 1935. [No. 58251 1115

Page  1116 EO 5826 Executive Orders Executive Order 5826. March 28,1932 executibe Q rber ROOSEVELT NATIONAL FOREST COLORADO In order to avoid the confusion arising from the fact that one of the several national forests in the State of Colorado bears the name of that State, it is hereby ordered that the name of the "Colorado National Forest," as defined by proclamation of June 12, 1917 (40 Stat. 1671), and subsequently modified by acts of Congress, be changed to "Roosevelt National Forest" in honor of Theodore Roosevelt, twentysixth President of the United States. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 28, 1932. [No. 5826] Executive Order 5827. March 28. 1932 Cxecutibe Qrber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR MILITARY PURPOSES CALIFORNIA Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in the townships hereinafter described be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, subject to all valid 1 1116

Page  1117 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5828 existing rights, and held for the exclusive use and benefit of the War Department for military purposes: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN, CALIFORNIA All sees. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, NE. { sec. 7, all sees. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27, E. X sec. 35, all sec. 36, T. 27 N., R. 14 E. All Tps. 28, 29, 30, 31, and 32 N., R. 14 E. All Tps. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, and 32 N., R. 15 E. All Tps. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, and 32 N., R. 16 E. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 28, 1932. [No. 5827] Executive Order 5828. March 30, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR NAVAL AMMUNITION DEPOT NEVADA Pursuant to the authority conferred upon me by the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848; U. S. Code, title 43, sec. 141), as amended by the act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497; U. S. Code, title 43, sec. 142), entitled "AN ACT To authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that subject to any valid existing claim and in so far as title thereto remains in the United States, the hereinafterdescribed tracts of land be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation and held for the exclusive use and benefit of the United States Navy Department for development of and use as an ammunition depot, until this order is revoked by the President or Congress: 1117

Page  1118 EO 5829 Executive Orders MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN, NEVADA T. 8 N., R. 28 E., sees. 13, 24, 25, 36, and east half of 23; T. 7 N., R. 28 E., sec. 1; T. 7 N., R. 29 E., sees. 5 and 6. HERBERT HOOVER THi WHITE HOUSE, March SO, 19S5. [No. 58281 Executive Order 5829. March 30, 1932 CQxeutibe rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY NEW MEXICO Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in township 23 south, range 18 west of the New Mexico principal meridian, New Mexico, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said township under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, March 30, 1932. [No. 5829] 1118

Page  1119 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5831 Executive Order 5830. April 4, 1932 Cxetutibe rrber APPOINTMENTS UNDER WAR MINERALS RELIEF ACT The Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized to employ, without reference to the requirements of the civil-service act and rules, such persons as may be needed in connection with the administration of the act approved March 2, 1919 (40 Stat. 1272, 1274), to provide relief in cases of contracts connected with the prosecution of the war. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 4, 1932. [No. 5830] Executive Order 5831. April 4,1932 Executibe t rber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. RUTH BASCOT DARTT Mrs. Ruth Bascot Dartt may be appointed to an existing vacancy in the rating of junior clerk, Grade CAF-2, at $1,440 per annum, Headquarters, United States Marine Corps, Washington, D.C., without regard to the civil-service act or rules. Mrs. Dartt is the widow of Lieut. Veryl H. Dartt, United States Marine Corps, who was killed in line of duty on April 18, 1930, in Nicaragua. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of the Navy. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 4, 19S2. [No. 5831] 1119

Page  1120 EO 5832 Executive Orders Executive Order 5832. April 7, 1932 xectutibte rber RESERVING LANDS AND BUILDINGS FOR THE USE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTIcE It is hereby ordered that the lands and buildings thereon within the former Fort St. Michael Military Reservation, Alaska, hereinafter described, be, and the same are hereby, reserved for the use of the Department of Justice as provided by the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497): Parcel No. 1. Beginning at corner No. 1, from which the flagpole at Fort St. Michael bears S. 824~ E., 68 ft., thence from said corner No. 1, S. 75%~ W., parallel to building No. 5 and 10 ft. therefrom, 90 ft. to corner No. 2; thence S. 14%3~ E., 75 ft. to corner No. 3; thence N. 75%4~ E., 90 ft. to corner No. 4; thence N. 14%~ W., 75 ft. to corner No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 6,750 square feet, more or less, and buildings Nos. 5 and 24 and coal house situated thereon. Parcel No. 2. Beginning at corner No. 1, from which the flagpole at Fort St. Michael bears S. 18%~ W., 210 ft.; thence from said corner No. 1, N. 16~ W., parallel to building No. 14 and 9 ft. therefrom, 49 ft. to corner No. 2; thence N. 74~ E. along sidewalk on north building line, 70 ft. to corner No. 3; thence S. 16~ E., 49 ft. to corner No. 4; thence S. 74~ W., 70 ft. to corner No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 3,430 square feet, more or less, and building No. 14 situated thereon. Parcel No. 3. Beginning at corner No. 1, from which the flagpole at Fort St. Michael bears N. 833~ E., 475 ft.; thence from said corner No. 1, S. 743~ W., parallel to end of building No. 16 and 10 ft. therefrom, 50 ft. to corner No. 2; thence S. 15%~ E., 80 ft. to corner No. 3; thence N. 74%~ E., 50 ft. to corner No. 4; thence N. 15%~ W., 80 ft. to corner No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 4,000 square feet, more or less, and building No. 16 located thereon. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 7, 193S. [No. 5832] 1120..

Page  1121 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5833 Executive Order 5833. April 8, 1932 Cxecutibe (rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION MINNESOTA Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions therein expressed and to valid existing rights, it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the following-described areas in the State of Minnesota be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification and pending determination as to the advisability of including such lands in a national forest: FOURTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 59 N., R. 18 W., sec. 8, NE. % NW. %; sec. 10, NW. % NW. ]; sec. 17, NW. Y; T. 60 N., R. 18 W., sec. 1, lot 1; sec. 4, lot 2; sec. 10, S. % SE. Y; sec. 15, NE. X, E. % NW. %, NE. % SW. X, N. % SE. 4, and SW. % SE. %; sec. 32, NW. % SW. %; sec. 35, SE. ]4 SW. Y; T. 60 N., R. 21 W., sec. 34, lot 1; T. 61 N., R. 21 W., sec. 21, NE. % NE. ]; sec. 35, S. % SE. 4. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THU WHITU HousE, April 8, 193S2 tNo. 58331 1121

Page  1122 EO 5834 Executive Orders Executive Order 5834. April 8, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE JEFFERSON TO THE LEWIS AND CLARK NATIONAL FOREST MONTANA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U.S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that all lands now a part of the Jefferson National Forest as defined by proclamation of February 27, 1912 (37 Stat. 1731), and modified by Executive orders of September 28, 1914 (No. 2055), February 24, 1922 (No. 3641), August 2, 1922 (No. 3716), and September 26, 1922 (No. 3738), be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Lewis and Clark National Forest, in the State of Montana. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 8, 1932. [No. 5834] Executive Order 5835. April 13, 1932 Cxecuttbe 0rber EXTENSION OF THE LIMITS OF CERTAIN CUSTOMS PORTS OF ENTRY By virtue of the authority vested in me by the act of Congress approved August 1, 1914 (U.S. Code, title 19, sec. 2), the limits of the following-named customs ports of entry are hereby extended as indicated, effective as of 30 days from the date of this order: 1122

Page  1123 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5836 CUSTOMS COLLECTION DISTRICT NO. 34 (DAKOTA), WITH HEADQUARTERS AT PEMBINA, N. DAK. AMBROSE, N. DAK. The limits of this port are extended to include the township of Ambrose, State of North Dakota. ST. JOHN, N. DAK. The limits of this port are extended to include the township of Baxter, State of North Dakota. NOYES, MINN. The limits of this port are extended to include the township of St. Vincent, State of Minnesota. CUSTOMS COLLECTION DISTRICT No. 30 (WASHINGTON), WITH HEADQUARTERS AT SEATTLE, WASH. BLAINE, WASH. The limits of this port are extended as follows: Beginning at the northerly limits of the city of Blaine at a point on the east side of the Pacific Highway, thence northerly along the east side of such highway to the international boundary line; thence westerly along the boundary line a distance of 400 feet; thence southerly along a line drawn parallel with and 400 feet west of the Pacific Highway to the northern limits of the city of Blaine; thence easterly along the northern limits of the city to the place of beginning. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 13, 1932. [No. 5835] Executive Order 5836. April 13, 1932 Cxecutibe trber - 0 — TEMPORARILY WITHDRAWING CERTAIN LANDS PENDING DEFINITE LOCATION OF RIGHT OF WAY FOR TRANSMISSION LINE CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of the Interior, it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the 1123

Page  1124 EO 5836 Executive Orders area hereinafter described be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, subject to all valid existing rights, pending definite location of right of way for a transmission line to convey power from the Boulder Canyon Project to the city of Los Angeles: CALIFORNIA SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN T. 18 N., R. 14 E., all of fractional township; T. 17 N., R. 12 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 17 N., R. 13 E., all of township (unsurveyed); T. 17 N., R. 14 E., all of fractional township; T. 17 N., R. 15 E., " " " "; T. 16 N., R. 10 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive (unsurveyed); T. 16 N., R. 11 E., all of township; T. 16 N., R. 12 E., "" "; T. 16 N., R. 13 E., "" "; T. 16 N., R. 14 E., " " " T. 15 N., R. 9 E., "" "; T. 15 N., R. 10 E., "" "; T. 15 N., R. 11 E., " "; T. 15 N., R. 12 E., " "; T. 15 N., R. 17 E., all of fractional township; T. 15 N., R. 18 E., "; T. 14 N., R. 7 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 14 N., R. 8 E., all of township; T. 14 N., R. 9 E.,"" "; T. 14 N., R. 10 E., " " "; T. 14 N., R. 11 E., sees. I to 1S inclusive; 1'. 14 N., R. 16 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 14 N., R. 17 E., all of township; T. 14 N., R. 18 E., all of fractional township; T. 13 N., R. 6 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 13 N., R. 7 E., all of township (unsurveyed); T. 13 N., R. 8 E., " " "; T. 13 N., R. 9 E., " "; T. 13 N., R. 16 E., " "; T. 13N.,R. 17 E., "" " "; T. 12 N., R. 4 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 12 N., R. 5 E., all of township; T. 12 N., R. 6 E., " " "; T. 12 N., R. 7 E., " "; T. 12 N., R. 8 E., " "; T. 12 N., R. 15 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 12 N., R. 16 E., all of township; T. 12 N., R. 17 E., " "; T. 11 N., R. 2 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 11 N., R. 3 E., all of township; T. 11 N.,R. 4 E., " "; 1124. I

Page  1125 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5836 T. 11 N., R. 5 E., all of township; T. 11 N., R. 6 E., " "; T. 11 N., R. 15 E., " " " T. 11 N., R. 16 E., " "; T. 10 N., R. 1 E.," "; T. 10 N., R. 2 E., " " T. 10 N., R. 3 E.," "; T. 10 N., R. 4 E., "; T. 10 N., R. 14 E., sees. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 10 N., R. 15 E., all of township; T. 10 N., R. 16 E., " "; T. 9N.,R. 1W., "; T. 9N.,R. 1 E., " "; T. 9N.,R. 2 E., " " T. 9 N., R. 13 E., sees. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 9 N., R. 14 E., all of township; T. 9 N., R. 15 E., "" " T. 9 N., R. 16 E., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 8 N., R. 1 W., all of township; T. 8N.,R. 2W., " "; T. 8N., R. 1 E., " " "; T. 8 N., R. 12 E., sees. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 8 N., R. 13 E., all of township; T. 8 N., R. 14 E., " " " T. 8 N., R. 15 E., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 7 N., R. 1 W., all of township; T. 7N.,R. 2W., "" "; 1'. 7 N., R. 3 W., " "; T. 7 N., R. 11 E., sees. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 7 N., R. 12 E., all of township; T. 7 N.,R. 13 E., " " "; T. 7 N., R. 14 E., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 6 N., R. 1 W., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 6 N., R. 2 W., all of township; T. 6 N., R. 3 W.," " "; T. 6 N., R. 4 W., " "; T. 6 N., R. 10 E., sees. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 6 N., R. 11 E., all of township; T. 6N.,R. 12 E.," " "; T. 6 N., R. 13 E., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 5 N., R. 2 W., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 5 N., R. 3 W., all of township; T. 5 N., R. 4 W., " "; T. 5 N., R. 5 W., sees. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 5 N., R. 9 E., all of township; T. 5N.,R. 10 E.," " " T. 5 N., R. 11 E., " " " T. 5 N., R. 12 E., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 4 N., R. 3 W., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; 1125

Page  1126 EO 5836 Executive Orders T. 4 N., R. 4 W., all of township; T. 4 N., R. 5 W.," " "; T. 4 N., R. 6 W., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 4 N., R. 8 E., all of township; T. 4 N., R. 9 E., " " "; T. 4 N.,) R. 10 E., " "; T. 4 N., R. 11 E., secs. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 3 N., R. 4 W., all of township; T. 3 N., R. 5 W., "; T. 3 N., R. 6 W., " "; T. 3 N., R. 7 E., " "; T. 3 N., R. 8 E., " "; T. 3 N., R. 9 E., " "; T. 3 N., R. 10 E., secs. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 2 N., R. 5 W., all of township; T. 2 N., R. 6 W., " " "; T. 2 N., R. 6 E., " " T. 2 N., R. 7 E., " " " T. 2 N., R. 8 E., " " T. 1 N., R. 5 W., " "; T. 1 N., R. 6 W.," " "; T. 1 N., R. 7 W., " "; T. 1 N., R. 8W., " " T. 1 N., R. 9 W., " "; T. 1 N., R.10W., " " "; T. 1 N., R. 5 E.," "; T. 1 N., R. 6 E., "; T. 1 N., R. 7 E., " " T. 1 S., R. 4 E., " " "; T. 1 S., R. 5 E.," " "; T. 1 S., R. 6 E., secs. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 2 S., R. 3 E., all of township; T. 2 S., R. 4 E., " " "; T. 3 S., R. 1 W., " "; T. 3 S., R. 2 W., " T. 3.,R. 3 W., ""; T. 3 S., R. 4W., "" "; T. 3 S., R. 5W., "" "; T. 3 S., R. 6 W., " " " (unsurveyed); T. 3 S., R. 7 W., "" "; T. 3 S., R. 8 W., "" "; T. 3 S., R. 9W., "" "; T. 3 S., R. 10 W., "" "; T. 3 S.,R. 1 E., "" " T. 3 S.,. 2 E., "" "; T. 3 S., R. 3 E., " "; T. 3 S., R. 4 E., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive. 1126

Page  1127 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5836 NEVADA MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN T. 22 S., R. 63 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 22 S., R. 64 E., all of township; T. 22 S., R. 65 E., all of township west of Colorado River; T. 23 S., R. 62 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 23 S., R. 63 E., all of township; T. 23 S.,R. 64 E., "" "; T. 23 S., R. 65 E., all of township west of Colorado River (unsurveyed); T. 24 S., R. 61 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 24 S., R. 62 E., all of township; T. 24 S., R. 63 E., " "; T. 24 S., R. 64 E., " "; T. 24 S., R. 65 E., all of township west of Colorado River (unsurveyed); T. 25 S., R. 59 E., secs. 19 to 36 inclusive; T. 25 S., R. 60 E., all of township; T. 25 S.,R. 61 E., "" "; T. 25 S.,R. 62 E., " "; T. 25 S.,R. 63 E., "" " T. 25 S.,R. 64 E., "" " T. 26 S., R. 58 E., all of fractional township (unsurveyed); T. 26 S., R. 59 E., all of township; T. 26 S., R. 60 E., "" " T. 26 S.,R. 61 E., " "; T. 26 S.,R. 62 E., ""; T. 26 S.,R. 63 E., "" " T. 26 S., R. 64 E., "" " T. 27 S., R. 59 E., all of fractional township; T. 27 S., R. 60 E., sees. 1 to 18 inclusive; T. 27 S., R. 62 E., all of township; T. 27 S.,R. 63 E., "" "; T. 27 S.,R. 64 E., " "; T. 28 S., R. 62 E., ""; T. 28 S., R. 63 E., "" T. 29 S., R. 61 E., all of fractional township; T. 29 S., R. 62 E., all of township; T. 29 S.,R. 63 E.," " "; T. 30 S., R. 62 E., all of fractional township. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 1S, 19SS. [No. 5836] 1127

Page  1128 EO 5837 Executive Orders Executive Order 5837. April 13, 1932 Cxecutibe 0rber AMENDMENT TO TARIFF OF UNITED STATES CONSULAR FEES The following is established as item 47 of the Tariff of United States Consular Fees: 47. For certifying to the correctness of a copy of any certificate of American origin, manufacture, or inspection issued by any department or office of the Government of the United States, where such certified copy is required for the purpose of advancing the export trade of the United States -------— No fee. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 1S, 1982. [No. 5837] Executive Order 5838. April 18, 1932 executibe 0rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS IN AID OF LEGISLATION OREGON Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the NW. M NE. X sec. 15, T. 3 S., R. 6 W., Willamette meridian, Oregon, containing 40 acres, be, and it is hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, except as provided in said acts, in aid of proposed legislation. 1128

Page  1129 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5840 This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 18, 1982. [No. 5838] Executive Order 5839. April 19, 1932 xetutibe Orber APPOINTMNT OF MR. RALPH A. VESTAL Mr. Ralph A. Vestal may be appointed to the position of junior clerk in the Department of State without compliance with the requirements of the civil-service rules. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 19, 198S. [No, 6839] Executive Order 5840. April 21, 1932 Cxecutibe trber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY NEW MEXICO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4843, dated March 23, 1928, which withdrew, with other lands, the public lands in T. 20 N., R. 2 E., New Mexico 1129 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 23

Page  1130 EO 5841 Executive Orders principal meridian, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to said township. All the lands in this township are within the limits of the Santa Fe National Forest. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITz HOUsm, April l1, 19ss. [No. 58401 Executive Order 5841. April 23, 1932 exetutibe Orber SIUSLAW NATIONAL FOREST OREGON Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 34, 36), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the boundaries of the Siuslaw National Forest, in the State of Oregon, be modified by excluding therefrom the following-described lands: WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 23 S., R. 9 W., sec. 6, NE. X, lots 5 and 6, E. X SE. %; T. 22 S., R. 10 W., sec. 6, lots 7, 8, and 9; sec. 7, lots 1, 2, 3, 5, and NE. % NW. %; sec. 8, lot 5; sec. 14, lots 5, 6, 7, and 8; sec. 15, lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and SE. 4 SE. %; sec. 16, lots 6 and 7; sec. 17i lots 6, 7, 8, 10, and NE. % SW. %; sec. 21, all; sec. 22, lots 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, S. % NE. %, SE. K NW. %, NE. % SW. %, and N. X SE. %; sec. 23, lots 2, 3, 4, SW. % NE. %, NW. X, and S. %; sec. 26, NW. %; sec. 27, all; sec. 33, E. % and E. % W. K; sec. 34, NE. K and S. %; 1130

Page  1131 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5841 T. 23 S., R. 10 W., sec. 3, all; sec. 9, E. and E. % W.; sec. 11, all; sec. 14, S. % NE. % and S..; all secs. 15, 21, and 23; sec. 26, N. X and SE. K; sec. 27, all; sec. 29, E. X E. K; sec. 31, NE. Y SE. X, lots 6 and 7; sec. 32, SE. K NE. X, SW. %, NE. K SE. %, lots 3 and 4; sec. 33, E. % NE. %, NE. # SW. %, N. % SE. X, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4; T. 21 S., R. 11 W., sec. 33, lots 5, 6, 7, 8, and S. K S. %; sec. 34, lots 5, 6, 7, and 8; T. 22 S., R. 11 W., sec. 1, lots 4 and 6, and lands embraced in H. E. S. No. 213; sec. 2, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4; sec. 3, lots 2 to 14, inclusive, and SW. % NE. K; T. 22 S., R. 11 W., sec. 4, N. %, SE. % SW. %, NE. % SE. K, and S. % SE. %; sec. 5, N. %, N. % SW. %, SE. % SW. K, and SE. %; sec. 8, all; sec. 9, W. % NE. %, SE. % NW. %, NE. % SW. M; sec. 10, E. %; sec. 11, S. K NW. %, NE. % SW. %, and NW. % SE. %; sec. 14, SW. 4 SW. %; sec. 15, N. %, E. % SE. %; sec. 16, all; sec. 17, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, SW. % NW. 4, and SW. % SW. %; sec. 19, N. K NE. %; sec. 20, N. K N. %, SE.. 4 NW. %, E. % SW. K, and SW. % SE. K; sec. 22, NE. % NE. %; sec. 23, N. % NW. %; sec. 36, all; T. 23 S., R. 11 W., sec. 5, lots 3, 4, 5, and 6; sec. 6, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and SE. K SW. Y; T. 24 S., R. 11 W., sec. 7, lot 1; sec. 17, lots 10, 13, 14, and 15; sec. 18, SW. % and S. % SE. %; sec. 19, NW. K NE. K and N. % NW. K; sec. 26, SW. K NE. %, E. X NW. %, and NE. K SW. %; sec. 30, S. X N. %; sec. 31, N. K SW. %, SE. S SW. K, and SW. % SE. K; sec. 3, SW. % NW. K and W. % SW. %; sec. 4, S. % NE. % and E. % SE. %; sec. 9, NE. % NE. %, E. % W. % SE. % SW. %, E. % SE. % SW. %, W. % W. % SW. % SE. %, E. % SE. %; sec. 10, NE. %, SW. %, NW. Y SE. Y, and S. % SE. %; sec. 11, SW. % and S. % SE. %; 1131

Page  1132 EO 5842 Executive Orders sec. 12, SW. YNE. % and S. %; sec. 17, E. Y E. %; sec. 18, SE. % NW. % and E. % SW. %. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 23, 1932. [No. 5841] Executive Order 5842. April 28, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber DESIGNATING THE HONORABLE EMILIO DEL TORO TO PERFORM TEMPORARILY THE DUTIES OF THE JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR PORTO RICO WHEREAS it appearing that the Honorable Ira K. Wells, Judge of the District Court of the United States for Porto Rico, will be absent from his district at certain periods during the present calendar year: NOW, THEREFORE, in.pursuance of the authority vested in me by section 41 of the act of March 3, 1917 (39 Stat. 951, 965-966), to provide a civil government for Porto Rico, and for other purposes, it is hereby ordered that the Honorable Emilio del Toro, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Porto Rico, be, and he is hereby, designated, authorized, and empowered to perform the duties of the office of Judge of the District Court of the United States for Porto Rico, and to sign all necessary papers and records as the acting judge of said court, during the absence of the judge thereof, and until such absence is removed. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, April 58, 1981. iNo. 5842] 1132

Page  1133 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5843 Executive Order 5843. April 28, 1932 Cxecutibe 0rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS IN AID OF LEGISLATION AND REVOCATION OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 1529 OF MAY 9, 1912 CALIFORNIA Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848),.as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the unappropriated public lands in the townships hereinafter described be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, subject to all valid existing rights, for classification and in aid of legislation: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN, CALIFORNIA All T. 4 N., R. 26 E.; All T. 4 N., R. 27 E.; All sees. 35 and 36 not within the national forest, T. 1 N., R. 28 E.; AU T. 1N.,R.29E.; All T. 1 N., R. 30 E.; All secs. 19, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, and 33, T. 1 N., R. 31 E.; All secs. 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, and 34, T. 1 N., R. 32 E.; All sees. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15, T. 1 S., R. 30 E.; All sec.. 1, SE. 4 sec. 2, all secs. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, and 19, SW. 4 SE. 4 sec. 20, all secs. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, and 36, T. 1 S., R. 31 E.; All sees. 1, 2, and 3, SW. %} NW. 34, W. % SW. 3 sec. 4, NW. 4 NE. 34, NE. Y4 NW. 34 sec. 5, all sees. 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, and 36, T. 2 S., R. 31 E.; All sees. 1, 2, 11, 12, 13, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, and 36, T. 3 S., R. 31 E.; All sees. 1, 2, 11, 12, 13, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 35, T. 4 S., R. 31 E.; All sees. 1, 2, 11, 12, 13, 14, E. %, E. 3 W. %, W. 3 NW. 4 sec. 15, E. % sec. 22, all aecs. 23, 24, 25, 26, E. % E. % sec. 27, and N. 3, SE. 4, E. % SW. 4 sec. 35, T. 5 S., R. 31 E.; All sees. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, and 34, T. 1 S., R.32 E.; All sees. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. and 23, W. X sec. 24, all sees. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, and 36, T. 2 S., R. 32 E.; All T. 3 S., R. 32 E.; 1133

Page  1134 EO 5844 Executive Orders All sees. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, and 35, T. 4 S., R. 32 E.; All sees. 1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11, W. % W. %, NE. % NW. 34, N. % NE. Y4 sec. 12, E. 4 NW. 34, NE. 4 SW. 3Y, W. % W. % sec. 13, all sees. 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, N. %, N. % S. %3, S. % SW. 34, SW. 3 SE. % sec. 23, NW. 4 sec. 24, SW. 34 sec. 25, S. %,- NW. Y., SW. 3 NE. M sec. 26, all sees. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, and 35, T. 5 S., R. 32 E.; All sees. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, N. %, N. % S. %, S. % SW. 4, SW. 4 SE. 4 sec. 12, W. %, W. % NE. 3 sec. 13, all sees. 14, 15, 17, 18, N. 34, NW. 3 SW. % sec. 20, N, % N., S.3 % NW. 4sec. 22, and NW. 3 NW. 4sec. 23, T. 6 S., R. 32 E.; All sees. 6, 7, 18, 19, S. % sec. 20, all sees. 29, 30, 31, and 32, T. 3 S., R. 33 E.; and All sees. 5, 6, 7, 8, SW. 34 sec. 16, all sees. 17, 18, 19, 20, and W. M sec. 21, T. 4 S., R. 33 E. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. Executive Order No. 1529, dated May 9, 1912, which temporarily reserved a part of the above-described lands until their suitableness for Indian allotment purposes could be investigated, is hereby revoked. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, April 28, 1932. [No. 58431 Executive Order 5844. April 28, 1932 Cxetutibe Orber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY MICHIGAN It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4921, dated June 29, 1928, which withdrew, with other lands, the public lands in T. 25 N., R. 4 E., Michigan meridian, 1134

Page  1135 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5845 Michigan, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to said township. All the lands in this township are within the limits of the Huron National Forest. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 28, 1932. [No. 5844J Executive Order 5845. April 28,1932 executibe 0rber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY MINNESOTA It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5309, dated March 24, 1930, which withdrew the public lands in T. 62 N., R. 2 E., of the fourth principal meridian, Minnesota, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. All the lands in this township are within the limits of the Superior National Forest. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, April 28, 19S2. [No. 5845] 1135

Page  1136 EO 5846 Executive Orders Executive Order 5846. May 2, 1932 Qxecutibe orber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION COLORADO Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the public lands hereinafter described in the State of Colorado be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, subject to all valid existing rights, and the conditions and limitations of said acts, for classification and pending determination as to the advisability of adding same to the Rocky Mountain National Park: SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 3 N., R. 75 W., sec. 4, lots 5, 6, and 7; sec. 8, lot 7; T. 5 N., R. 73 W., sec. 23, NW. % NW. I, S. % NW. %. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 2, 1932. [No. 5846] Executive Order 5847. May 7, 1932 executibe Q rber APPOINTMENT OF WARREN BENJAMIN Warren Benjamin may be appointed to a clerical position in the Treasury Department without compliance with the requirements of the civil-service rules. 1136

Page  1137 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5848 Mr. Benjamin is the stepson of the late Graham Nichol, who, prior to his death on January 14, 1932, had served for approximately 14 years as head of the Public Relations Division of the Bureau of Internal Revenue and rendered service of an outstanding value to the Government. Mr. Nichol's death left his widow without adequate means of support. This order is recommended by the Secretary of the Treasury. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 7, 1932. [No. 5847] Executive Order 5848. May 16, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber AMENDMENTS TO TARIFF OF UNITED STATES CONSULAR FEES The Tariff of the United States Consular Fees is hereby amended as follows: Item 8 is amended so as to provide that the fee for "Issue of passport" shall be $9.00, and the fee for "Renewal of an American passport" shall be $5.00. Item 24 is amended by deleting the words "Form No. 37." Item 25 is amended by deleting the words "Form No. 38." Item 26 is amended by deleting the words "Form No. 39." Item 47 is amended to read as follows: 47. For certifying to the correctness of copies of certificates of American origin, manufacture, or inspection, where such services are performed upon written orders of the Secretary of State for the purpose of advancing the export trade of the United States ------------— No fee. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 16, 1932. [No. 5848] 1137

Page  1138 EO 5849 Executive Orders Executive Order 5849. May 19,1932 executtbe rber TRANSFERRING TO CONTROL AND JURISDICTION OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY CERTAIN LANDS OPPOSITE BALBOA, AND ESTABLISHING THEREON A NAVAL BASE CANAL ZONE By virtue of the authority vested in me by law, the area of land hereinafter described, situated in the Canal Zone, is hereby set apart and assigned to the uses and purposes of a naval reservation under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Navy; but said area shall be subject to tlhe civil control and jurisdiction of the Canal Zone authorities, in conformity with the Panama Canal Act (37 Stat. 560-569 U. S. Code, title 48, ch. 6). The said area is described as follows Beginning at a concrete monument (marked #1 on the map), N. 00~ 30' E., 75 ft. from Thatcher Highway Station P.C. 50 plus 00.00, said monument being 8 in. square and 30 in. above the ground, the geographic position of which, referred to the Canal Zone triangulation system, is in latitude 8~ 56' plus 4,754.37 ft. and longitude 79~ 34' plus 5,713.90 ft.; thence in a westerly and northerly direction, along a line parallel to and 75.00 ft. from the Thatcher Highway center line, to a concrete monument (marked #2 on the map) in latitude 8~ 57' plus 3,133.52 ft. and longitude 79~ 37' plus 1,026.60 ft. opposite P.T. Station 201 plus 79.10; thence due north, 5,808.00 ft. to a concrete monument (marked #3 on the map) in latitude 8~ 58' plus 2,894.16 ft. and longitude 79~ 37' plus 1,026.60 ft.; thence due east, 12,736.80 ft. to a point (marked #4 on the map) in latitude 8~ 58' plus 2,894.16 ft. and longitude 79~ 35' plus 316.44 ft.; (on the extension of the last course, 444.38 ft. from point #4 is a 6-in. pipe monument, 6 ft. above the ground); thence S. 19~ 24' 40" E., 5,280.00 ft., along a line parallel with and 1,000.00 ft. from the west prism line of the Canal to a point (marked #5 on the map) in latitude 8~ 57' plus 3,961.64 ft. and longitude 79~ 34' plus 4,575.01 ft.; thence due east, 1,060.27 ft. to a point on the west prism line of the Canal (marked #6 on the map) in latitude 8~ 57' plus 3,961.64 ft. and longitude 79~ 34' plus 3,514.74 ft.; thence S. 19~ 24' 40" E., 4,155.75 ft. along the west prism line of the Canal to a point (marked #7 on the map) in latitude 8~ 57' plus 42.10 ft. and longitude 79~ 34' plus 2,133.61 ft.; thence S. 38~ 15' 30" E., 1,752.06 ft. to a point on the west prism line of the Canal (marked #8 on the map) in latitude 8~ 56' plus 4,713.69 ft. and longitude 79~ 34' plus 1,048.73 ft.; thence N. 89~ 30' W., 3,760.68 ft. to a concrete monument (marked #9 on the map) in latitude 8~ 56' plus 4,746.52 ft. and longitude 79~ 34' plus 4,809.26 ft.; thence on the same course, 904.79 ft. to the point of beginning, containing an area of 2,509.618 acres or 3.9213 square miles. 1138 =.. -.. ^ - ^

Page  1139 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5850 The directions of the lines refer to the true meridian and were determined from deflection angles from known azimuths of the Canal Zone triangulation system. The magnetic declination was not recorded. The survey was made January 6 to 15, 1932, by The Panama Canal. The parcel of land is shown on Panama Canal Drawing X-6102-22, on file in the office of the Governor of the Panama Canal and the Judge Advocate General of the Navy. Excepting and reserving therefrom the necessary rights of way for the location and functioning of existing and projected necessary highways, power and communication lines, lighthouses, and military defense installations, and, in principle, for such additions to these installations as in future may be found to be necessary: Provided, however, that in the event that change in the plans and projects of the Navy Department result in rendering surplus for naval requirements any portion of the area aforesaid, the portion thus rendered surplus shall be restored to its previous status under the control of the Canal Zone. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 19, 1982. [No. 58491 Executive Order 5850. May 25, 1932 executibe Qrber ASSUMING CONTROL, FOR MILITARY PURPOSES, OF THE MUNICIPAL AVIATION FIELD, TUCSON, ARIZ. WHEREAS pursuant to the authority of the act of Congress approved April 12, 1926 (44 Stat. 241), entitled "AN ACT To authorize the use by the city of Tucson, Arizona, of certain public lands for a municipal aviation field, and for other purposes," the Secretary of the Interior on August 2, 1926, executed a lease to the city of Tucson, Ariz., for secs. 26 and 27, T. 14 S., R. 14 E. of the Gila and Salt River meridian, containing 1,280 acres, more or less, of the public domain, for the esablishment and maintenance of a municipal aviation field; and 1139

Page  1140 EO 5851 Executive Orders WHEREAS section 2 of said act provides that in case of emergency or in event it shall bedeemed advisable, the Government of the United States may assume absolute control of the management and operation of said field for military purposes; and WHEREAS it is now deemed advisable that the Government of the United States assume such control for military purposes; NOW, THEREFORE, it is hereby ordered that the absolute control of the management and operation of secs. 26 and 27, T. 14 S., R. 14 E. of the Gila and Salt River meridian, Pima County, Ariz., containing 1,280 acres, more or less, now leased to the city of Tucson, Ariz., for a municipal aviation field, be, and is hereby, assumed by the Government of the United States for military purposes, and the Secretary of War is hereby designated as the officer to exercise this control on behalf of the Government of the United States. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 65, 19SS. INo. 5850] Executive Order 5851. May 28, 1932 Cxecutibe trber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. NESTA STEPHENS LONG Mrs. Nesta Stephens Long may be appointed a clerk in the Customs Service in the district of Arizona for a period of one year without regard to her standing on the civil-service junior stenographic register. Mrs. Long is the wife of Carroll Robert Long who has served as a clerk in the office of the Collector of Customs at Nogales, Ariz., since July 11, 1927, and is forced to give up his position temporarily on account of serious illness. Mrs. Long passed 1140.. 1 -— ~

Page  1141 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5852 the civil-service examination for junior stenographer, but her name is not within reach for appointment. This order is recommended by the Secretary of the Treasury. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, May 28, 1932. [No. 58511 Executive Order 5852. June 1, 1932 Cxecutibe <)rber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. GLADYS L. KNIGHT Mrs. Gladys L. Knight may be appointed to an existing vacancy in the rating of junior typist, Grade CAF-1, at $1,260 per annum, Headquarters, United States Marine Corps, Washington, D.C., without regard to the civil-service act or rules. Mrs. Knight is the widow of First Lieut. Clarence M. Knight, United States Marine Corps, who was killed in line of duty in an airplane accident on July 22, 1929, at Ocotal, Nicaragua. The death of her husband has left Mrs. Knight without support, and she is in need of employment in order to provide herself and minor child with the necessities of life. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of the Navy. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 1, 1982. [No. 5852] 1141

Page  1142 EO 5853 Executive Orders Executive Order 5853. June 3, 1932 Cxetutibe QErber WAIVER OF MAXIMUM AGE LIMIT, GEORGE H. ROLFE The maximum age limit is hereby waived to permit George H. Rolfe to enter the open competitive examination for the position of postmaster at Concord, N. H. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 3, 193S. [No. 58531 Executive Order 5854. June 3, 1932 cxttutibe 0rber PROTECTION OF THE NORTHERN PACIFIC HALIBUT FISHERY It being expedient for the enforcement of the act for the protection of the northern Pacific halibut fishery, approved May 2, 1932, that a patrol be maintained in certain waters, and that public vessels be designated for that purpose and officers be designated to enforce said act: THEREFORE IT Is HEREBY ORDERED: 1. That a patrol be maintained in the territorial waters of the United States and the high seas, including Bering Sea, extending westerly from the territorial waters of the United States and Canada, to be conducted by any naval or other public vessels on service in such waters and including specifically the following-named vessels of the Bureau of Fisheries: Widgeon, Murre, Auklet, Petrel, Eider, Kittiwake, Blue Wing, Merganser, Scoter, Brant, Teal, Crane, Red Wing, and Penguin. 2. That the masters of such vessels, and the agents, assistant agents, inspectors, and wardens of the Bureau of Fisheries are hereby designated as officials to exercise 1142

Page  1143 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 all powers of search and seizure conferred by said act upon persons so designated by the President. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 8, 1932. [No. 5854] Executive Order 5855. June 6, 1932 Q~xecutibe Qorber ASSIGNMENT OF FREQUENCIES TO GOVERNMENT RADIO STATIONS WHEREAS section 6 of the Radio Act of 1927 (44 Stat. 1162, 1165) provides as follows: "Radio stations belonging to and operated by the United States shall not be subject to the provisions of sections 1, 4, and 5 of this Act. All such Government stations shall use such frequencies or wave lengths as shall be assigned to each or to each class by the President. All such stations, except stations on board naval and other Government vessels while at sea or beyond the limits of the continental United States, when transmitting any radio communication or signal other than a communication or signal relating to Government business shall conform to such rules and regulations designed to prevent interference with other radio stations and the rights of others as the licensing authority may prescribe. Upon proclamation by the President that there exists war or a threat of war or a state of public peril or disaster or other national emergency, or in order to preserve the neutrality of the United States, the President may suspend or amend, for such time as he may see fit, the rules and regulations applicable to any or all stations within the jurisdiction of the United States as prescribed by the licensing authority, and may cause the closing of any station for radio communication and the removal therefrom of its apparatus and equipment, or he may authorize the use or control of any such station and/or its apparatus and equipment by any department of the Government under such regulations as he may prescribe, upon just compensation to the owners. Radio stations on board vessels of the' United States Shipping Board or the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation or the Inland and Coastwise Waterways Service shall be subject to the provisions of this Act." AND WHEREAS the Government departments using radio find it necessary for efficient operation to make some changes in previous frequency assignments to individual stations and have requested that such changes be authorized; 1143

Page  1144 EO 5855 Executive Orders NOW, THEREFORE, I, HERBERT HOOVER, President of the United States of America, pursuant to the authority vested in me by law, do hereby allocate fre quencies to the Government stations as follows: 17.8 Navy Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) 19. 8 a Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. 22. 9 a Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. 24. 0 Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 26. 1 a Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. 28. 6 a Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 30.6 a Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. 32.8 a Guam 33. 8 a Cayey (San Juan), P.R. 38 0 a Heeia (Honolulu), T.H. 42. 8 Navy Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 46 a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 54 a Heeia (Honolulu), T.H. 56 a Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. 58 a Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. a a Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. 64 u Charleston, S.C. a a Key West, Fla. a a Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 66 a Guantanamo, Cuba a a Guam N a Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 75 Army Ketchikan, Alaska 81 a Nome, Alaska 83 a Seattle, Wash. 94 " Nulato, Alaska 100 " Juneau, Alaska 102 Navy Bar Harbor, Me. u a Portsmouth, N.H. a Boston, Mass. a Newport, R.I. N ' New London, Conn. a a New York, N.Y. a a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone a a Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. a a Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. a a Astoria, Oreg. a " Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 104 " Pensacola, Fla. a " New Orleans, La. N " Brownsville, Tex. a " Philadelphia, Pa. a u Lakehurst, N.J. 105 Army Fort McPherson, Ga. 106 Navy St. Paul (Pribilof Islands), Alaska N " Dutch Harbor, Alaska N a Norfolk, Va. N " Cordova, Alaska N " Charleston, S.C. " Key West, Fla. N a Col6n, Canal Zone " Pearl Harbor, T.H. a a Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 350 kw. 500 kw. 300 kw. 300 kw. 350 kw. 100 kw. 200 kw. 100 kw. 40 kw. 100 kw. 100 kw. 100 kw. 6 kw. 30 kw. 30 kw. 30 kw. 1.5 kw. 5 kw. 20 kw. 10 kw. 30 kw. 10 kw. 10 kw. 2 kw. 10 kw. 500 w. 500 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 500 w. 500 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 6 kw. 2 kw. 30 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 5 kw. 2 kw. 500 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 10 kw. 1144

Page  1145 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 106 Navy Hilo, T.H. 2 kw. a Tutuila, Samoa 2 kw. 108 " Guantanamo, Cuba 2 kw. a Port au Prince, Haiti 2 kw. N Cayey (Sani Juan), P.R. 2 kw. " Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 2 kw. a Eureka, Calif. 2 kw. " Cavite (Los Bafos), P.I. 6 kw. " Olongap6, P.I. 500 w. a Peiping, China 2 kw. a Guam 2 kw. " St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 500 w. 113 a Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 10 kw. " Key West, Fla. 2 kw. a Pensacola, Fla. 2 kw. a New Orleans, La. 2 kw. a a Guantanamo, Cuba 2 kw. a a Cayey (San Juan), P.R. 2 kw. 115 a Olongap6, P.I. 100 w. *120 Army Anchorage, Alaska 10 kw. a a Fort Bliss, Tex. 300 w. a a Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 400 w. 122 Navy Norfolk, Va. 2 kw. a a Charleston, S.C. 2 kw. a a Great Lakes 1 kw. Bar Harbor, Me. 2 kw. 128 a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 2 kw. 132 a Col6n, Canal Zone 2 kw. *133 Army Juneau, Alaska 500 w. a a Fairbanks, Alaska 500 w. **153 u Anchorage, Alaska 10 kw. a a Transports a a Bolling Field, D.C. 5 kw. a a Chanute Field, Ill. 300 w. a a Scott Field, Ill. 300 w. a Wright Field, Ohio 1 kw. 159 N Transports 500 w. a a San Francisco, Calif. 2 kw. a Fort Shafter, T.H. 500 w. a Canal Zone 500 w. a a Manila, P.I. 500 w. N a Washington, D.C. 2 kw. N a Governors Island, N.Y. 2 kw. **166 a Kanakanak, Alaska 300 w. a a Fort Omaha, Nebr. 2 kw. **172 a Circle, Alaska 500 w. a a Squaw Harbor, Alaska 500 w. 173 a Ketchikan, Alaska 10 kw. a a Fort MacArthur, Calif. 300 w. N N Fort Omaha, Nebr. 2 kw N N Presidio of San Francisco, Calif. 2 kw. N N Fort Grant, Canal Zone 50 w. a N Washington, D.C. 2 kw. 175 Coast Guard International Ice Patrol vessels *180 Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouse tenders, Great Lakes 185 Navy Parris Island, S.C. 200 w. a a Key West, Fla. 2 kw. * Available for non-Government assignments. ** Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 1145 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 24

Page  1146 EO 5855 Executive Orders 185 a a a u a a **187 *190 **192 a a a 196 a a 197 198 u 199 a 200 a a a a a a a u u tt tt tt Navy Army a u u a a Lighthouses, Commerce Army a a a Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army a a.c a a a a a a a Savannah, Ga. St. Augustine, Fla. Jupiter, Fla. Fort Monmouth, N.J. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Fort Huachuca, Ariz. Fort Crockett, Tex. Schofield Barracks, T.H. Fort Ruger, T.H. Fort Shafter, T.H. Fort Kamehameha, T.H. Wheeler Field, T.H. Camp John Hay, P.I. Fort Mills, Corregidor, P.I. Fort Santiago, Manila, P.I. Camp Stotsenburg, Manila, P.I. Lighthouse tenders, Great Lakes Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Fort Sill, Okla. Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Kodiak, Alaska Boston, Mass. New York, N.Y. Richmond, Va. Albany, N.Y. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. El Paso, Tex. Los Angeles, Calif. Portland, Oreg. Los Angeles, Calif. Amarillo, Tex. Jackson, Miss. Aberdeen, Md. Anchorage, Alaska Bolling Field, D.C. Bowman Field, Ky. Fort Bragg, N.C. Burgess Field, Uniontown, Pa. Chanute Field, Ill. Fort Crockett, Tex. Cumberland Landing Field, Md. France Field, Canal Zone Hatbox Field, Muskogee, Okla. Dryden, Tex. Kelly Field, Tex. Langley Field, Va. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Hensley Field, Dallas, Tex. Luke Field, T.H. March Field, Calif. Middletown Air Intermediate Depot, Pa. Mitchel Field, N.Y. Fort Monmouth, N.J. Maxwell Field, Ala. Pope Field, N.C. Rockwell Field, Calif. 500 2 500 400 400 400 300 50 300 300 300 300 50 300 300 50 300 300 400 500 2 2 2 2 400 2 2 2 2 2 2 300 4 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 W. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. kw. kw. kw. kw. W. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. * Available for non-Government assignments. ** Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 1146.

Page  1147 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 200 a a 201 u u a a a a 202 u 203 204 205 a 206 a 207 u a a 208 a 209 a a 210 211 u Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army dd Scott Field, Ill. Selfridge Field, Mich. Fort Sill, Okla. Tucson, Ariz. Crissy Field, Calif. Wheeler Field, T.H. Fort Wint, P.I. Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. Wright Field, Fairfield, Ohio Yuma, Ariz. Mather Field, Calif. Salt Lake City, Utah Boise, Idaho Butte, Mont. Elko, Nev. Idaho Falls, Idaho Pleasant Valley, Nev. Reno, Nev. Strevell, Idaho St. Louis, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Tulsa, Okla. Wichita, Kans. Sitka, Alaska El Paso, Tex. Big Spring, Tex. Fort Omaha, Nebr. New York, N.Y. Cleveland, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. St. Louis, Mo. Kelly Field, Tex. March Field, Calif. Maxwell Field, Ala. Pope Field, N.C. Bethel, Alaska Skagway, Alaska Amarillo, Tex. Albuquerque, N. Mex. Fort Worth, Tex. Oklahoma City, Okla. Waynoka, Okla. Cleveland, Ohio Bellefonte, Pa. Buffalo, N. Y. Cincinnati, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Kanakanak, Alaska For.t Riley, Kans. New York, N.Y. Atlanta, Ga. Fort Adams, R.I. Fort Ethan Allen, Vt. Fort Benning, Ga. Boston, Mass., Army Base 300 1 300 300 300 300 50 100 1 300 300 2 2 2 2 2 150 2 150 2 2 2 2 2 2 200 2 2 2 2 2 2 2.300 300. 300 300 50 500 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 300 300 2 2 300 300 300 300 W. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. W. ** Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 1147

Page  1148 EO 5855 Executive Orders *'212 a a u 213 a u 214 a a 216 **217 218 u u **219 a **220 u u u a 221 a **222 a 223 a u 224 u u **225 u 226 **227 228 tt Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army u Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Camp Devens, Mass. (summer season only) Governors Island, N.Y. Fort Hayes, Ohio Fort Williams, Me. Fort Rodman, Mass. Fort H. G. Wright, N.Y. Cheyenne, Wyo. Chicago, Ill. Amarillo, Tex. El Paso, Tex. Portland, Oreg. Medford, Oreg. Pasco, Wash. Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Jackson, Miss. Shreveport, La. Salt Lake City, Utah Oakland, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Pope Field, N.C. Fort Bragg, N.C. Chicago, Ill. Crissy Field, Calif. March Field, Calif. Mather Field, Calif. Mitchel Field, N.Y. Point Barrow, Alaska Rockwell Field, Calif. Fort Geo. Wright, Wash. Yuma, Ariz. Vancouver Barracks, Wash. Fort Worden, Wash. Cheyenne, Wyo. North Platte, Nebr. Omaha, Nebr. Rock Springs, Wyo. Fort Mills, P.I. Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Boston, Mass. Candle, Alaska Governors Island, N.Y. Seattle, Wash. Cleveland, Ohio St. Louis, Mo. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Nulato, Alaska Seward, Alaska Washington, D. C. Los Angeles, Calif. Amarillo, Tex. Haines, Alaska Chicago, Ill. Iowa City, Iowa 400 2 2 50 100 300 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 300 300 2 300 300 300 300 100 300 50 300 50 300 2 2 2 2 300 1 300 50 2 500 2 2 400 500 1 2 2 2 200 2 2 w. kw. kw. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. w. w. kw. w. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 1148

Page  1149 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 228 a 229 u a tt 230 A a 232 u 233 234 u 235 236 237 238-285 240 245 248 a IN a a a a a a a a a 233 234 a 235 a Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army u Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Coast Guard u Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airway^, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Comnmerce Airways, Commerce Coast Guard Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Jackson, Mich. La Crosse, Wis. Aberdeen, Md. Langley Field, Va. Middletown, Pa. Fort Monroe, Va. Los Angeles, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev. Milford, Utah Oakland, Calif. Tucson, Ariz. Wellton, Ariz. Winslow, Ariz. Kingman, Ariz. Cheyenne, Wyo. Salt Lake City, Utah Fort Barrancas, Fla. Chicago (Fort Sheridan), Ill. Camp Dix, N.J. Governors Island, N.Y. Fort Hancock, N.J. Camp Knox, Ky. Fort McClellan, Ala. Mitchel Field, N.Y. Fort Monmouth, N.J. Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Selfridge Field, Mich. Fort Thomas, Ky. Fort Totten, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Amarillo, Tex. St. Louis, Mo. Fort Brown, Tex. Fort Clark, Tex. Camp S. D. Little, Ariz. Fort McIntosh, Tex. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Greensboro, N.C. Spartanburg, S.C. Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. Jacksonville, Fla. Key West, Fla. New Orleans, La. Craig, Alaska Squaw Harbor, Alaska Valdez, Alaska Common working wave to aircraft, supplementing Airway Radio Stations' regular working frequency. Radiotelephone and radio range stations as follows: Columbia, Mo. Columbus, Ohio Vessels Amarillo, Tex. Daggett, Calif. 1149 2 2 300 300 300 300 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 300 2 400 2 300 400 400 300 300 50 1 300 300 300 2 2 2 300 100 400 100 2 150 2 2 2 2 2 2 50 500 50 kw. kw. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. 1.5kw. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 2 kw.

Page  1150 EO 5855 Executive Orders 248 a 254 u u a 260 a a 266 a 272 a a a a 275 *278 u a a a a u c27 ~c ac a7 tt6 Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army Coast Guard Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Terre Haute, Ind. Spartanburg, S.C. Lake Charles, La. Mobile, Ala. Fontana, Calif. Fernley, Nev. La Crosse, Wis. Reno, Nev. Pittsburgh, Pa. Titusville, Fla. San Antonio, Tex. Knight, Wyo. Indianapolis, Ind. Jackson, Miss. Las Vegas, Nev. Richmond, Va. York, Nebr. Spokane, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Saugus, Calif. Atlanta, Ga. Boston, Mass. Erie, Pa. Medford, Oreg. Waynoka, Okla. Fargo, N. Dak. Wellton, Ariz. Buffalo, N.Y. Burley, Idaho Detroit, Mich. Little Rock, Ark. Sterling, Ill. Washington, D.C. Wink, Tex. Summit, Calif. Iowa City, Iowa Cordova, Alaska Fort Mills, P.I. Fort Wint, P.I. Vessels Pleasant Valley, Nev. Strevell, Idaho Allentown, Pa. Big Spring, Tex. Brookville, Pa. Bryan, Ohio Granger, Wyo. Grinnell, Iowa Helmer, Ind. Laramie, Wyo. McCool, Ind. Numidia, Pa. Parkman, Ohio Tarkio, Mo. Vickery, Ohio Adair, Iowa Adairsville, Ga. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 1.5kw. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 150 w. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 150 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 15 w. 2 kw. 500 w. 300 w. 100 w. 10 w. 10 w. 5 w. 10 w. 10 w. 5 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 5 w. 10 w. 5 w. 5 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. *Available for non-Government assignments. 1150

Page  1151 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 *278 a a a u a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a u u u a u u a u a a 285 a a a 284 u a 286 tt Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Anderson, S.C. Archbold, Ohio Arlington, Oreg. Atwater, Calif. Beowawe, Nev. Blue Canyon, Calif. Cambridge, Ohio Concord, Calif. Cherokee, Wyo. Crewe, Va. Goshen, Ind. Grantsville, Utah Greenville, Ky. Jefferson, Ga. Kirksville, Mo. Knight, Wyo. Lexington, Nebr. Livermore, Calif. Meacham, Oreg. Medicine Bow, Wyo. Monteagle, Tenn. Morse, Ill. Pine Bluff, Wyo. Sidney, Nebr. South Boston, Va. Stafford Springs, Conn. Summit, Calif. Tejon, Calif. Umatilla, Oreg. Ventosa, Nev. Vincennes, Ind. Wendover, Utah Winkleblech, Pa. Wolcott, Ind. Butte, Mont. Los Angeles, Calif. North Platte, Nebr. Portland, Oreg. Sweetwater, Tex. The Dalles, Oreg. Big Spring, Tex. Brookville, Pa. Numidia, Pa. Bellefonte, Pa. Boston L.S., Mss. Cape Cod LH, Mass. Portland, L.S., Me. Mount Desert LH, Me. Radiobeacon stations as follows: St. Johns L.S., Fla. Chesapeake L.S., Va. Cape Henry LH, Va. Cape Canaveral LH, Fla. Smith Island LH, Wash. Point Wilson LH, Wash. Poe Reef LH, Mich. Thunder Bay Island LH, Mich. Detour Reef L.S., Mich. EO 5855 10 w. 15 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 15 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 15 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 15 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w, 15 w. 10 w. 5 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 5 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 2 kw, 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 1.5 kw. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 10 w. 10 w. 200 w. 200 w. 100 w. 1151

Page  1152 EO 5855 Executive Orders 286 u u a a u a u u a u a a a a a 294 u a a u u u u a a 296 u 300 u a u a a a Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Airways, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Whitefish Point LH, Mich. Devils Island LH, Wis. Michigan Island LH, Wis. Rock of Ages LH, Mich. Calumet Harbor LH, Ind. Milwaukee Breakwater, Wis. Kewaunee Pierhead L.S., Wis. Sturgeon Bay L.S., Wis. St. Martins Island LH, Mich. Sandusky LH, Ohio Manistique LH, Mich. Chicago Harbor LH, Ill. Cape Lookout L.S., N.C. Cape St. Elias LH, Alaska Five Fathom Bank L.S., N.J. Makapuu Point LH, T.H. Pollock Rip L.S., Mass. Portland L.S., Me. Swiftsure Bank L.S., Wash. Little Gull Island L.S., N.Y. Stratford Shoal LH, N.Y. Execution Rocks LH, N.Y. Overfalls L.S., Del. Sandy Point LH, Md. Wolf Trap LH, Va. Jupiter Inlet LH, Fla. Galveston Jetty LH, Tex. Cape Blanco LH, Oreg. Anacapa Island LH, Calif. Point Arguello LH, Calif. Kilauea Point LH, T.H. Farallon Island LH, Calif. Relief L.S. 113 Cape Canaveral LH, Fla. Fowey Rocks L.S., Fla. San Francisco L.S., Calif. St. Louis, Mo. Buffalo LH, N.Y. Rochester Harbor L.S., N.Y. Kewaunee Pierhead L.S., Wis. Poe Reef LH, Mich. St. Martins Island LH, Mich. Manistique LH, Mich. Southwest Pass LH, La. Sentinel Island LH, Alaska Five Finger L.S., Alaska Mary Island LH, Alaska Cape Decision LH, Alaska Grays Harbor LH, Wash. Point Arena LH, Calif. Cape Mala LH, Canal Zone Albuquerque, N. Mex. Tulsa, Okla. Ambrose Channel L.S., N.Y. Barnegat L.S., N.J. Diamond Shoals L.S., N.C. Dry Tortugas LH, Fla. Fire Island L.S., N.Y. Winter Quarters L.S., Va. 200 50 10 10 50 50 10 10 10 10 10 50 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 10 10 10 10 10 10 500 500 200 10 200 200 10 200 200 200 500 2 200 200 50 50 10 10 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 500 2 2 200 200 500 200 500 200 W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. W. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. 1152

Page  1153 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 300 a a u u a a u a a a u a a u a u a 302 305 u a a a u u a a 304 3054 u tt tt tt tt Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Vineyard Sound L.S., Mass. Cape Cod Canal LH, Mass. Overfalls L.S., Del. Sandy Point LH, Md. Wolf Trap LH, Va. Egmont Key LH, Fla. Sand Island LH, Ala. Aransas Pass LH, Tex. Scotch Cap LH, Alaska Five Finger LH, Alaska Mary Island LH, Alaska Cape Decision LH, Alaska Anacapa Island LH, Calif. Point Sur LH, Calif. Kilauea Point LH, T.H. Farallon Island LH, Calif. Relief L.S. 113 Savannah L.S., Ga. Scotland L.S., N.J. Fowey Rocks LH, Fla. Charleston L.S., S.C. Marquette LH, Mich. Manitou LH, Mich. Eagle Harbor LH, Mich. Passage Island LH, Mich. Ludington LH, Mich. Grand Haven LH, Mich. Manitowoc LH, Wis. Kewaunee Pierhead L.S., Wis. Sturgeon Bay L.S., Wis. St. Martins Island LH, Mich. Evansville, Ind. Kingman, Ariz. Los Angeles Harbor LH, Calif. Sandy Point LH, Md. Cove Point LH, Md. Smith Point LH, Va. Wolf Trap LH, Va. Sabine Pass LH, La. Cristobal Mole LH, Canal Zone Umatilla Reef LH, Wash. Sandusky LH, Ohio Detroit River LH, Mich. Lake Huron L.S., Mich. Block Island Southeast LH, R. I. Point Judith LH, R.I. Boise, Idaho Des Moines, Iowa Grinnell, Iowa South Pass L.S., La. Cape Spencer LH, Alaska Columbia River L.S., Oreg. Frying Pan Shoals L.S., N.C. Lansing Shoals LH, Mich. Ashtabula LH, Ohio La Pointe LH, Wis. Duluth Range LH, Minn. Point Betsie LH, Mich. Grays Reef LH, Mich. 1153 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 10 w. 200 w. 200 w. 10 w. 200 w. 200 w. 10 w. 200 w. 50 w. 200 w. 50 w. 10 w. 50 w. 50 w. 50 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 200 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 200 w. 500 w. 200 w. 50 w. 200 w. 200 w. 50 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 10 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 50 w. 200 w. 50 w. 50 w. 50 w. 10 w.

Page  1154 EO 5855 Executive Orders 814 a a u 315-350 320 a a 326 a 382 432 344 388 344 Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army A Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Smith Island LH, Wash. Point Wilson LH, Wash. Manistique LH, Mich. Block Island Southeast LH, R.I. Point Judith LH, R.I. Huron Island LH, Wis. Bellefonte, Pa. Chattanooga, Tenn. El Paso, Tex. Elko, Nev. Harrisburg, Pa. Omaha, Nebr. San Diego, Calif. Willows, Calif. Tarkio, Mo. Radiotelephone and radio range stations as follows: Albany, N.Y. Goshen, Ind. Goshen, Ind. Greensboro, N.C. Milford, Utah Moran, Kans. Pasco, Wash. Shreveport, La. St. Cloud, Minn. Jackson, Mich. Cheyenne, Wyo. Memphis, Tenn. Laramie, Wyo. Big Spring, Tex. Miami, Fla. Burlington, Iowa Fontana, Calif. Cincinnati, Ohio Columbus, Ohio New Orleans, La. Oakland, Calif. Fontana, Calif. Wichita, Kans. Bryan, Ohio Helmer, Ind. McCool, Ind. Charleston, S.C. Ardmore, Okla. Hadley Field, N.J. Key West, Fla. Nashville, Tenn. Tucson, Ariz. Allentown, Pa. Numidia, Pa. Minneapolis, Minn. Houston, Tex. Kanakanak, Alaska Fort Mills, P.I. Cleveland, Ohio Fresno, Calif. Jacksonville, Fla. 10 w. 10 w. 10 w. 50 w. 10 w. 10 w. 2 kw. 150 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 1.5kw. 5 w. 2 kw. 15 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 10 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 150 w. 2 kw. 5 w. 10 w. 5 w. 2 kw. 1.5kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 5 kw. 10 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 300 w. 300 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1154

Page  1155 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 344 a a a a 380 a a a a a a ***355 a 3680 *376 a a ~ a ~ a a a ~ a a a a a a a a dE a a a a u u u dt I ~ a ~ ~ ~ a ~ ~ ~ ~ a a a df df Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Coast Guard Navy a All departments Navy a a a a a a a a Kansas City, Mo. Shasta, Calif. Brookville, Pa. Parkman, Ohio Vickery, Ohio Grand Forks, N. Dak. Chicago, Ill. Fort Worth, Tex. Winslow, Ariz. Raleigh, N.C. Granger, Wyo. Syracuse, N.Y. Birmingham, Ala. Vessels Mobile and coastal stations Samoan group Direction-finding service Amagansett, N.Y. Bar Habor, Me. Bethany Beach, Del. Boston Bay, Mass. Cape Elizabeth (Portland), Me. Cape Hatteras, N.C. Cape Henlopen, Del. Cape Hinchinbrook, Alaska Cape Lookout, N.C. Cape Mala, Canal Zone Cape May, N.J. Chesapeake Bay, Va. Deer Island, Mass. Delaware Bay, Del. Destruction Island, Wash. Empire, Oreg. Eureka, Calif. Farallon Island, Calif. Fire Island, N.Y. Folly Island, S.C. Fort Stevens, Oreg. Fourth Cliff, Mass. Galveston, Tex. Imperial Beach, Calif. Jupiter, Fla. Klipsan Beach, Wash. Lakehurst, N.J. Manasquan, N.J. New Dungeness, Wash. New York Bay, N.Y. North Truro, Mass. Pensacola, Fla. Point Arguello, Calif. Point Fermin, Calif. Point Hueneme, Calif. Point Montara, Calif. Point Reyes, Calif. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 10 w. 5 w. 10 w. 1.5 w. 2 kw. 2 kw. 2 kw. 1.5 kw. 10 w. 1.5 kw. 2 kw. 5 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. * Available for non-Government assignment. *** Available for non-Government stations for assignment to for communication with Government stations. U.S. Shipping Board vessels 1155

Page  1156 EO 5855 Executive Orders *375 Navy a a a a a a 396 Army ~ a a *410 All departments ' Lighthouses, Commerce *425 Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce ' Lighthouses, Commerce a Interior, Education a Interior, Education 428 Army a a a a 440 Navy a a 444 a Army a a 450 Navy a a a a 470 a a ~ a *476 a 480 a a a *500 All departments *555 Army *558 a a *566 *600 *618 a a a * Available for non-Government assignn Point St. George, Calif. Poyners Hill, N.C. Prices Neck, R.I. St. Paul, Alaska Sandy Hook, N.J. Soapstone Point, Alaska South Pass, La. Surfside, Mass. Tatoosh, Wash. Thatchers Island, Mass. Toro Point, Canal Zone Virginia Beach, Va. Memphis, Tenn. Vicksburg, Miss. Transports and other Army vessels St. Louis, Mo. Distress and calling on Great Lakes Vessels Makapuu Point LH, T.H. Dry Tortugas LH, Fla. Tenders Akiak, Alaska Savoonga, Alaska Cairo, Ill. Helena, Ark. Transports and other Army vessels La Palma, Panama Cape Mala, Canal Zone Puerto Obaldia, Canal Zone David, Panama Dahlgren, Va. Fort McClellan, Ala. Fort Wint, P.I. Fort Story, Va. Point Barrow, Alaska Squaw Harbor, Alaska Wrangell, Alaska New London, Conn. Pearl Harbor, T.H. Coco Solo, Canal Zone Nome, Alaska Juneau, Alaska Haines, Alaska Ketchikan, Alaska Fort Drum, P.I. Petersburg, Alaska Craig, Alaska Sitka, Alaska Mobile and coastal stations, distress and calling Kanakanak, Alaska Wiseman, Alaska Teller, Alaska Valdez, Alaska Seward, Alaska Fort Gibbon, Alaska Bethel, Alaska Nome, Alaska 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 500 500 500 500 200 200 200 200 10 10 500 500 500 500 500 500 200 300 400 100 50 100 500 200 500 2 2 500 500 200 500 50 200 50 200 300 100 100 50 1 50 50 500 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. kw. w. w. w. 1156 - C-~".nn~Fn.na.;in;;nri-rrd — alr

Page  1157 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 *625 u *638 *645 a *652 *659 *666 a *681 a *689 690 *750 a a a *1110 1580 1584 1588 2464 a a a a a a Army a a Navy a a a a a Army Coast and Geodetic Survey Coast and Geodetic Survey Coast and Geodetic Survey Coast Guard a a a a a a a a u a a g Livengood, Alaska Tacotna, Alaska Holy Cross, Alaska Fort Yukon, Alaska Flat, Alaska Teller, Alaska St. Michael, Alaska Hot Springs, Alaska Point Barrow, Alaska Clark Field, P.I. Candle, Alaska Circle, Alaska Fort Grant, Canal Zone Camp Nichols, P.I. Kindley Field, P.I. Fort Wint, P.I. Fort Egbert, Alaska Nulato, Alaska Kotzebue, Alaska Washington, D.C. Fort de Lesseps, Canal Zone Fort Grant, Canal Zone Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Fort Randolph, Canal Zone Ruby, Alaska Fort Sherman, Canal Zone Fort Randolph, Canal Zone Vessels and portable Vessels and portable Vessels and portable Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway Beach, N.Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N.Y. Vessels and portable Vessels and portable Mt. Rainier National Park Vessels and portable Dredges Mt. Rainier National Park Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway Beach, N.Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 50 50 50 50 100 100 50 50 100 300 50 50 50 300 200 350 50 500 50 1 50 50 500 50 50 50 50 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 W. w. w. w. W. W. w. w. w. W. W. W. W. w. w. W. W. w. W. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. 2492 Coast and Geodetic Survey 2496 Coast and Geodetio Survey 'Interior, National Park Service 2500 Coast and Geodetic Survey 2604 Army Interior, National Park Service 2652 Coast Guard 50 w. 550 w. 50 w. a a a a a ~ ~ 200 50 200 200 200 w. w. w. w. w. * Available for non-Government assignments. 1157

Page  1158 EO 5855 Executive Orders 2652 a a a a 2676 a a a a a a tt a a a a a a a a 2692 2716 a a u a a a 2704 dt tt Coast Guard a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Ua a MU a a a a Navy a a a a tt t tt t tt t tt t tt t tt tt tt t tt t tt t tt t tt t tt t tt t tt t ttwas ttmeo St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N.Y. Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway Beach, N.Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N.Y. Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway Beach, N.Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N.Y. Vessels Nahant, Mass. New London, Conn. Rockaway Beach, N.Y. Cape Henry, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mobile, Ala. San Pedro, Calif. Point Bonita, Calif. Port Townsend, Wash. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Buffalo, N.Y. Newport, R.I. Olongap6, P.I. New York, N.Y. Norfolk, Va. Guantanamo, Cuba Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. San Francisco, Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Pearl Harbor, T.H. Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. Charleston, S.C. Wellton, Ariz. 1158 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 200 50 200 200 200 50 200 50 200 200 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 400 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. W. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. W. w. W. W. - -..

Page  1159 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 2960 a 2968 2972 2976 a a 2980 a a **3236 6*3265 **3295 3340 a a 3360 a a a 3345 3360 3365 Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Interior, National Park Service Agriculture, Forest Service Interior Agriculture, Forest Service Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Big Spring, Tex. Birmingham, Ala. Titusville, Fla. Pratt, New Mexico Jackson, Miss. Miami, Fla. Tucson, Ariz. Fort Worth, Tex. Atlanta, Ga. El Paso, Tex. Shreveport, La. Jacksonville, Fla. Minneapolis, Minn. New Orleans, La. St, Louis, Mo, Fargo, N. Dak. La Crosse, Wis. Mt. Rainier National Park Portable St. Michael, Alaska Marshall, Alaska Portable Boston, Mass. Washington, D.C. Richmond,. Va. Greensboro, N.C. Spartanburg, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Seattle, Wash. Portland, Oreg. Medford, Oreg. Los Angeles, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Wellton, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Kansas City, Mo. Wichita, Kans. Oklahoma City, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Fort Worth, Tex. Houston, Tex. Lake Charles, La. New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala. Reno, Nev. Pleasant Valley, Nev. Elko, Nev. Salt Lake City, Utah Pittsburgh, Pa. 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 50 w. w. w. W. W. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. 50 w. 50 w. 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 1159

Page  1160 EO 5855 Executive Orders 3365 u It 3370 3375 a 3380 3380 3380 u u a 3385 a u u u u a 3390 a a 3395 II 3400 u 3405 3410 u a a u u u Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Agriculture, Forest Service Interior Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Lighthouses, Commerce Cincinnati, Ohio Terre Haute, Ind. St. Louis, Mo. Milford, Utah Las Vegas, Nev. Calling frequency, all stations Butte, Mont. Idaho Falls, Idaho Strevell, Idaho Boise, Idaho Pasco, Wash. New York, N.Y. Bellefonte, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio Buffalo, N.Y. Chicago, Ill. Albany, N.Y. Shreveport, La. Birmingham, Ala. Jackson, Miss. North Platte, Nebr. Cheyenne, Wyo. Pueblo, Colo. Rock Springs, Wyo. Garden City, Kans. Portable St. Michael, Alaska Marshall, Alaska Fargo, N. Dak. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. La Crosse, Wis. Iowa City, Iowa Omaha, Nebr. Kingman, Ariz. Winslow, Ariz. Albuquerque, N. Mex. Amarillo, Tex. Waynoka, Okla. Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Miami, Fla. Key West, Fla. El Paso, Tex. Big Spring, Tex. Tucson, Ariz. Wellton, Ariz. Cheboygan Range LH, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit River L.S., Mich. Fourteen Foot Shoal L;S., Mich. Lansing Shoal L.S., Mich. Marquette LH, Mich. Poe Reef LH, Mich. Stannard Rock LH, Mich. Manitou LH, Mich. Huron Island LH, Wis. 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 50 50 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. W. W. W. w. w. w. w. w. 1160 tn~)~~*Y-~ — - -— L ~

Page  1161 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 3410 u **3415 **3446 **3475 a a a a *3505 *3586 *3585 *3615 Lighthouses, Commerce Rock of A Lighthouses, Commerce Passage I Lighthouses, Commerce Fowey R( Lighthouses, Commerce Dry Tort Lighthouses, Commerce Key West Interior, National Park Mt. Raini Service Agriculture, Forest Serv- Portable ice Navy Heeia (HI 6 Medford, South Ma Boston, N Key West Charlestol 6 New Orles 6 Philadelpl a Keyport ( a Baltimore Atlanta, ( Orlando, ] Pensacola ' Chicago, ] Los Angel 6 Oakland, 4 6 Seattle, W 6 Darien (B 6 Ensenada, 6 Arlington, 6 Augusta, I 6 New York Wilmingtc Norfolk, V Jacksonvil Oklahoma 6 Kansas Ci San Diego 6 San Franc 6 Portland, Santurce, Army Washingtc Boston, M New York Baltimore, Atlanta, G 6 Columbus, Chicago, I] Fort Omal Fort Sam I 6 San Franci Army ama Navy Aircraft 6 Aircraft a Aircraft ' Aircraft Lges LH, Mich. sland LH, Mich. ocks L.S., Mich. ugas LH, Fla. t LH, Fla. ier National Park 50 50 50 50 50 10 onolulu), T.H. Mass. snchester, Conn. lass. t, Fla. n, S.C. ans, La. hia, Pa. (Bremerton), Wash.., Md. Ga. Fla.,Fla. nL. les, Calif. Calif. Vash. alboa), Canal Zone P.R. Va. (Washington, D.C.) Me.:, N.Y. Dn, Del. Va. Ile, Fla. City, Okla. ty, Mo., Calif. isco, Calif. Oreg. P.R. Dn, D.C. [ass.,N.Y. Md. ra., Ohio ll. ha, Nebr. Houston, Tex. isco, Calif. *teur radio system 500 200 200 200 200 200 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 500 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. * Available for non-Government assignments. ** Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments, 1161 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 25

Page  1162 EO 5855 Executive Orders *3665 Navy Aircraft *3695 Aircraft *3725 Aircraft *3755 a Aircraft *3785 a Aircraft *3815 a Aircraft *384 a Aircraft *386 a Aircraft *3905 ~ Aircraft *3935 Aircraft *396 a Aircraft *3985 a Aircraft 4015 Key West, Fla. 1 kw. Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 1 kw. Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) 25 kw. a New Orleans, La. 1 kw. ' a Great Lakes 500 w. 4020 Army Washington, D.C. 10 kw. a a Anchorage, Alaska 10 kw. 4025 ' Washington, D.C. 10 kw. 4030 u Fort MacArthur, Calif. 500 w. Fort Santiago, P.I. 10 kw. a San Francisco, Calif. 10 kw. 4045 Navy Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 25 kw. a a Heeia (Honolulu), T.H. 500 w. a Medford, Mass. 200 w. a a South Manchester, Conn. 200 w. a Boston, Mass. 200 w. a Key West, Fla. 200 w. u a Charleston, S.C. 200 w. N a New Orleans, La. 250 w. N Philadelphia, Pa. 250 w. a a Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 250 w. a ' Baltimore, Md. 250 w. N Atlanta, Ga. 250 w. N Orlando, Fla. 250 w. a ' Pensacola, Fla. 250 w. N a Chicago, Ill. 250 w. a a Los Angeles, Calif. 250 w. N N Oakland, Calif. 250 w. u N Seattle, Wash. 250 w. N Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 250 w. a N Ensenada, P.R. 250 w. u a Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 500 w. u a Augusta, Me. 250 w. a New York, N.Y. 250 w. N Wilmington, Del. 250 w. a u Norfolk, Va. 250 w. a Jacksonville, Fla. 250 w. N a Oklahoma City, Okla. 250 w. a Kansas City, Mo. 250 w. u a San Diego, Calif. 250 w. ' San Francisco, Calif. 250 w. u Portland, Oreg. 250 w. a Santurce, P.R. 250 w. 4050 Coast Guard Vessels a a a Nahant, Mass. 200 w. * Available for non-Government assignments: 1162

Page  1163 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 4050 Coast Guard New London, Conn. 50 w. f " Rockaway Beach, N.Y. 200 w. Cape Henry, Va. 200 w. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 200 w. St. Petersburg, Fla. 50 w. Mobile, Ala. 200 w. " San Pedro, Calif. 50 w. Point Bonita, Calif. 200 w. Port Townsend, Wash. 200 w. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 50 w. a Buffalo, N.Y. 50 w. 4055 Airways, Commerce Brownsville, Tex. 400 w. Airways, Commerce Los Angeles, Calif. 400 w. Airways, Commerce Waynoka, Okla. 400 w. 4060 Airways, Commerce New Orleans, La. 400 w. Airways, Commerce Washington, D.C. 1 kw. Airways, Commerce Albuquerque, N. Mex. 400 w. 4065 Airways, Commerce San Antonio, Tex. 400 w. Airways, Commerce Kingman, Ariz. 400 w. 4070 Airways, Commerce Mobile, Ala. 400 w. a Airways, Commerce Houston, Tex. 400 w. a Airways, Commerce Cheyenne, Wyo, 400 w. ****4075 Airways, Commerce Lake Charles, La. 400 w. Airways, Commerce Amarillo, Tex. 400 w. Airways, Commerce Winslow, Ariz. 400 w. Navy Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. 25 kw. Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) 1 kw. N Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 500 w. a San Juan, P.R. 1 kw. a Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. 1 kw. a Peiping, China 1 kw. Guam 1 kw. 4080 Army Fort Hayes, Ohio 1 kw. a a Fort Shafter, T.H. 10 kw. 4085 a Ketchikan, Alaska 1 kw. a Seward, Alaska 500 w. 4090 a Fort Bliss, Tex. 400 w. a Fort Brown, Tex. 200 w. Fort Crockett, Tex. 200 w. a Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 1 kw. a a Fort Sill, Okla. 200 w. a a Fort Huachuca, Ariz. 200 w. a Camp H. J. Jones, Tex. 200 w. N Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. 200 w. u Camp S. D. Little, Ariz. 100 w. a a Denver, Colo. (Fitzsimons General 500 w. Hospital) N Fort Clark, Tex. 200 w. a Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. 100 w. a Fort F. E. Warren, Wyo. 100 w. a Kelly Field, Tex. 200 w. u Hensley Field, Tex. 200 w. a N Hatbox Field, Okla. 200 w. a Fort Ringgold, Tex. 200 w. N Dryden, Tex. 200 w. N Lordsburg, N. Mex. 200 w. N Tucson, Ariz. 200 w. a Anchorage, Alaska 10 kw. **** May be used by Navy provided no interference will be caused with Airways Division stations. 1163

Page  1164 EO 5855 Executive Orders 4135 Agriculture, Forest Service Coast and Geodetic Survey Coast Guard 4205 Navy 4235 a 4255 Army a a a a u a a 4295 Navy 4300 Army 4305 a a a a a a a a ac a 4310 4365 a a a a a a a ca 4370 4375 a a 4380 a a a a a a a a a a a 4390 4435 a a a a t a a a a a a 431 tt tt t tt t 436 t tt tt Portable Vessels and portable International Ice Patrol vessels Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Transports San Francisco, Calif. Fort Shafter, T.H. Canal Zone Manila, P.I. Governors Island, N.Y. Washington, D.C. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Fort Mills, P.I. Tientsin, China Fort Omaha, Nebr. Fort Wm. McKinley, P.I. Camp Stotsenburg, P.I. Camp John Hay, P.I. Pettit Barracks, Zamboanga, P.I. Point Barrow, Alaska Squaw Harbor, Alaska Fort Leavenworth, Kans. San Jose Field, P.I. Fort Santiago, P.I. Fort McPherson, Ga. Seattle, Wash. March Field, Calif. Boston, Mass. Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Seattle, Wash. Seward, Alaska Washington, D.C. Seattle, Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Seattle, Wash. Chicago, Ill. Skagway, Alaska Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone San Juan, P.R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes Guam Peiping, China 5 kw. 5 kw. 200 w. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 200 w. 1 kw. 250 w. 10 kw. 10 kw. 500 w. 1 kw. 200 w. 100 w. 200 w. 200 w. 50 w. 400 w. 1 kw. 200 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 10 kw. 200 w. 400 w. 1 kw. 10 kw. 500 w. 10 kw. 10 kw. 1 kw. 10 kw. 1 kw. 400 w. 1 kw. 250 w. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 5 kw. 500 w. 500 w. 25 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 500 w. I kw. 1 kw. 1164 ~~~~'~-p --- ~ - -;.

Page  1165 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 4435 4440 a a a *5600 4445 a 6930 a a a a a a 5000 *5540 *5600 5920 a a a 5925 a 6 5930 a a a a ~c ~c 592 ~c Navy Army Navy Bureau of Standards Navy a Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Cavite (Los Bafos), P.I. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Fort Douglas, Utah Fort Lewis, Wash. Presidio of Monterey, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Vancouver Barracks, Wash. Fort Geo. Wright, Wash. Kelly Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Hensley Field, Tex. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Fort Bliss, Tex. Dryden, Tex. Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Tucson, Aria. Kindley Field, P.I. Juneau, Alaska Clark Field, P.I. Nichols Field, P.I. Maxwell Field, Ala. Cavite (Los BafSos), P.I. Washington, D.C. David, Panama Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Miami, Fla. Key West, Fla. Reno, Nev. Elko, Nev. Salt Lake City, Utah Pleasant Valley, Nev. Boston, Mass. Washington, D.C. Richmond, Va. Greensboro, N.C. Spartanburg, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Butte, Mont. Idaho Falls, Idaho Strevell, Idaho Boise, Idaho Pasco, Wash. New York, N.Y. Bellefonte, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio Jackson, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Buffalo, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Houston, Tex. Lake Charles, La. New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala. 1 1 400 400 50 10 400 200 200 200 200 200 400 200 200 200 200 200 1 200 200 500 250 10 200 250 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 kw. kw. w. w. w. kw. W. w. w. W. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. kw. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. * Available for non-Government assignments. 1165

Page  1166 EO 5855 Executive Orders 5935 a 5940 5945 a a 5950 a a a 5955 a a a a 5960 a a a a a 5995 a a 6120 6600 Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Army a a Kingman, Ariz. Winslow, Ariz. Albuquerque, N. Mex. Amarillo, Tex. Waynoka, Okila. Shreveport, La. Birmingham, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Calling frequency, all stations Kansas City, Mo. Wichita, Kans. Oklahoma City, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Fort Worth, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. Brownsville, Tex. Milford, Utah Las Vegas, Nev. Fargo, N. Dak. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. La Crosse, Wis. Iowa City, Iowa Omaha, Nebr. North Platte, Nebr. Cheyenne, Wyo. Pueblo, Colo. Rock Springs, Wyo. Garden City, Kans. El Paso, Tex. Big Spring, Tex. Tucson, Ariz. Wellton, Ariz. Los Angeles, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Pittsburgh, Pa. Cincinnati, Ohio Terre Haute, Ind. St. Louis, Mo. Seattle, Wash. Portland, Oreg. Medford, Oreg. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Tientsin, China Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Fort Sill, Okla. Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Fort Crockett, Tex. Washington, D.C. Clark Field, P.I. Nichols Field, P.I. Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. (Pan American Union) Experimental Aircraft Communications 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400, 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 1 500 200 200 200 200 200 500 200 200 1 10 w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. W. w. w. W. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. a Navy a 1166

Page  1167 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 6990 Army (Amateur reserve net.) a Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 400 w. ' a Fort McPherson, Ga. 1 kw. a Fort Bragg, N.C. 400 w. ' " Fort Omaha, Nebr. 400 w. Presidio of San Francisco, Calif. 500 w. u a Fort Howard, Baltimore, Md. 400 w. a a Boston, Mass. 400 w. " " Governors Island, N.Y. 500 w. a a Fort Hayes, Ohio 400 w. a Chicago, Ill. 400 w. ' ' Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. 200 w. a ' Washington, D.C. 400 w. a a All corps areas and departments 8030 Navy Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) 25 kw. ' Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 1 kw. ' a Great Lakes 500 w. ' ' New Orleans, La. 1 kw. Key West, Fla. 1 kw. 8040 Army Washington, D.C. 10 kw. 8050 " Washington, D.C. 10 kw. a " Point Barrow, Alaska 50 w. a " Squaw Harbor, Alaska 400 w. 8060 a San Francisco, Calif. 10 kw. " a Fort MacArthur, Calif. 400 w. " " Fort Santiago, P.I. 10 kw. " " Washington, D.C. 1 kw. 8090 Navy Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 25 kw. a Heeia (Honolulu), T.H. 500 w. " Medford, Mass. 250 w. " " South Manchester, Conn. 250 w. a a Boston, Mass. 200 w. a a Key West, Fla. 200 w. a " Charleston, S.C. 200 w. a " New Orleans, La. 250 w. a a Philadelphia, Pa. 250 w. a " Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 250 w. a " Baltimore, Md. 250 w. a a Atlanta, Ga. 250 w. " a Orlando, Fla. 250 w. a a Pensacola, Fla. 250 w. a a Chicago, Ill. 250 w. " a Los Angeles, Calif. 250 w. a a Oakland, Calif. 250 w. a a Seattle, Wash. 250 w. a a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 250 w. a a Ensenada, P.R. 250 w. a a Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 500 w. a a Augusta, Me. 250 w. a a New York, N.Y. 250 w. " ' Wilmington, Del. 250 w. a a Norfolk, Va. 250 w. " " Jacksonville, Fla. 250 w. a a Oklahoma City, Okla. 250 w. Kansas City, Mo. 250 w. " " San Diego, Calif. 250 w. " " San Francisco, Calif. 250 w. a " Portland, Oreg. 250 w. 1167

Page  1168 EO 5855 Executive Orders 8090 8100 a 8110 a 8120 u 8130 u u 8140 a a a a u 8160 u 8170 8180 a u a a a Navy Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Navy A Army Santurce, P.R. Wellton, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. El Paso, Tex. Los Angeles, Calif. Fort Worth, Tex. Shreveport, La. Jackson, Miss. Birmingham, Ala. Atlanta, Ga. El Paso, Tex. Big Spring, Tex. Fort Worth, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. Brownsville, Tex. Atlanta, Ga. Mobile, Ala. New Orleans, La. Lake Charles, La. Houston, Tex. San Antonio, Tex. Key West, Fla. Miami, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Charleston, S.C. Richmond, Va. Washington, D.C. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Cayey (San Juan), P.R. Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) Guam Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. Peiping, China Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. Fort Hayes, Ohio Wright Field, Ohio Fort Shafter, T.H. Seward, Alaska Ketchikan, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Fort Bliss, Tex. Fort Brown, Tex. Fort Clark, Tex. Fort Huachuca, Ariz. Fort Sill, Okla. Camp H. J. Jones, Tex. Camp S. D. Little, Ariz. Kelly Field, Tex. Hensley Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Dryden, Tex. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Tucson, Ariz. Denver, Colo. (Fitzsimons General Hospital) Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. 1168 250 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 25 kw. 1 kw. 25 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 25 kw. 1 kw. 400 w. 10 kw. 500 w. 1 kw. 10 kw. 1 kw. 400 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 100 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 500 w. 200 w.

Page  1169 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 8180 Army a a 8270 Coast Guard Coast and Geodetic Survey 8410 Navy 8470 a 8510 Army a a 8590 Navy 8600 Army 8610 a a a a a a. a a a a a 8730 a a a a 8740 a 8750 a a a 8760 0 8770 Navy a a a a a **8860 Army u 8870 Navy u Sloan Field, Midland, Tex. Fort F. E. Warren, Wyo. International Ice Patrol Vessels Vessels and portable Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Transports New York, N.Y. San Francisco, Calif. Canal Zone Fort Shafter, T.H. Fort Santiago, P.I. Washington, D.C. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Camp John Hay, P.I. Pettit Barracks, Zamboanga, P.I. Fort Wm. McKinley, P.I. Fort Omaha, Nebr. Fort Mills, P.I. Fort Santiago, P.I. Camp Stotsenburg, P.I. March Field, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Fort McPherson, Ga. Boston, Mass. Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Seattle, Wash. Seward, Alaska Washington, D.C. Seattle, Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Seattle, Wash. Chicago, Ill. Skagway, Alaska Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. Pearl Harbor, T.H. Tientsin, China Anchorage, Alaska Cayey (San Juan), P.R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes Guam Peiping, China Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. 200 w. 100 w. 5 5 200 200 1 1 1 1 25 10 1 200 200 200 400 10 10 200 200 10 1 400 1 10 500 10 10 1 10 1 400 250 1 1 1 1 1 1 400 10 1 500 25 1 1 1 500 1 1 2 kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. w. w. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. kw. w. kw. kw. kw. ** Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Govern. ment assignments. 1169

Page  1170 EO 5855 Executive Orders 8880 8890 a 9050 *9090 9250 9550 10000 11730 12045 12060 12075 12090 12135 12150 c 12165 12180 12195 12210 12225 12240 Army Navy Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C. Navy it Army ic it It Navy Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Airways, Commerce Navy Army ayc Army Nav Aiwys omec Aiwys omec Aiwys omec Aiwys omec Aiwys omec Aiwys omec Aiwys omec Fort Douglas, Utah Fort Lewis, Wash. Presidio of Monterey, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Vancouver Barracks, Wash. Fort Geo. Wright, Wash. Kelly Field, Tex. Hensley Field, Tex. Hatbox Field, Okla. Fort Ringgold, Tex. Dryden, Tex. Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. Lordsburg, N. Mex. Tucson, Ariz. Fort Bliss, Tex. Ketchikan, Alaska Kindley Field, P.I. Clark Field, P.I. Nichols Field, P.I. Maxwell Field, Ala. Cavite (Los Bafos), P.I. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone David, Panama Washington, D.C. (Pan American Union) Washington, D.C. (Pan American Union) Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Fort Santiago, P.I. Pettit Barracks, Zamboanga, P.I. Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. El Paso, Tex. Portland, Oreg. Amarillo, Tex. Washington, D.C. Fort Worth, Tex. Salt Lake City, Utah New Orleans, La. Calling frequency, all stations Cheyenne, Wyo. Jacksonville, Fla. St. Louis, Mo. Oakland, Calif. Chicago, Ill. Atlanta, Ga. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) Cayey (San Juan), P.R. Guam Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. Peiping, China Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. Fort Shafter, T.H. 400 w. 400 w. 50 w. 10 kw. 400 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 1 kw. 200 w. 200 w. 200 w. 500 w. 25 kw. 100 w. 200 w. 10 kw. 10 kw. 10 kw. 25 kw. 10 kw. 10 kw. 10 kw. 200 w. 25 kw. 25 kw. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 400 w. 25 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 25 kw. 10 kw. * Available for non-Government assignments. 1170 IY...TLI~ _P1Ssl*rC-ILI i;iFiki*iiaPBiDPt IUi

Page  1171 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 12255 Army Anchorage, Alaska 10 kw. " " Ketchikan, Alaska 1 kw. 12405 Coast Guard International Ice Patrol vessels 12540 Navy Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 5 kw. 12615 " Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 5 kw. 12705 Navy Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 5 kw. 12765 Army Transports " " New York, N.Y. 200 w. " San Francisco, Calif. 200 w. " Canal Zone 1 kw. " Fort Shafter, T.H. 1 kw. " " Fort Santiago, P.I. 1 kw. " A Washington, D.C. 1 kw. 12885 Navy Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 25 kw. 12900 Army San Francisco, Calif. 10 kw. 13095 " Quarry Heights, Canal Zone 1 kw. " " Washington, D.C. 10 kw. " " Seattle, Wash. 10 kw. 13110 " Seattle, Wash. 10 kw. 13125 " Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 1 kw. 13140 A Anchorage, Alaska 10 kw. " ' Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 1 kw. 13155 Navy Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. 2 kw. " " Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 5 kw. a I Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. 1 kw. " " Tutuila, Samoa 1 kw. " " Cordova, Alaska 1 kw. " a St. Paul, Alaska 1 kw. " " Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 1 kw. 13290 Army Tientsin, China 400 w. " " Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 1 kw. 13305 Navy San Juan, P.R. 1 kw. a ' Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 500 w. a ' Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 25 kw. ' ' Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) 1 kw. " " New Orleans, La. 1 kw. a Key West, Fla. 1 kw. " " Great Lakes 500 w. ' " Guam 1 kw. " " Peiping, China 1 kw. a " Cavite (Los Baftos), P.I. 5 kw. 13320 Army Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 1 kw. " " Juneau, Alaska 1 kw. 13335 " Kelly Field, Tex. 200 w. " " Hatbox Field, Okla. 200 w. " " Hensley Field, Tex. 200 w. " " Fort Ringgold, Tex. 200 w. a " Fort Bliss, Tex. 400 w. a " Dryden, Tex. 400 w. " Fort D. A. Russell, Tex. 200 w. " Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 200 w. " " Lordsburg, N. Mex. 200 w. " " Tucson, Ariz. 200 w. " " March Field, Calif. 200 w. " " Kindley Field, P.1. 200 w. " " Clark Field, P.I. 200 w. " A Nichols Field, P.I. 200 w. 13575 Navy Cavite (Los Bafos), P.I. 25 kw. 1171

Page  1172 EO 5855 Executive Orders 15000 15130 16060 16080 16100 16120 16180 a 16300 a u 16320 16340 16540 16820 16940 17020 a 17180 17200 17460 17480 17500 17540 u u u u 17720 a 17740 18100 20075 20125 20150 20225 Bureau of Standards Navy Army a Navy u Coast Guard Coast and Geodetic Survey Navy a Army Navy Army a Navy Army Navy Navy u a Army Navy u Army Navy Arm Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. (Pan American Union) Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Fort Santiago, P.I. Heeia (Honolulu), T.H. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. Washington, D.C. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Guam Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. Peiping, China Fort Shafter, T.H. Anchorage, Alaska International Ice Patrol vessels Vessels and portable Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Transports New York, N.Y. San Francisco, Calif. Canal Zone Fort Shafter, T.H. Fort Santiago, P.I. Washington, D.C. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Quarry Heights, Canal Zone Washington, D.C. Seattle, Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Seattle, Wash. Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. Chollas Heights (San Diego), Calif. Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Anchorage, Alaska Cayey (San Juan), P.R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes Guam Peiping, China Cavite (Los Baflos), P.I. Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) Washington, D.C. Fort Santiago, P.I. Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. 10 10 25 10 10 10 25 25 25 1 1 1 1 1 10 10 kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. kw. 5 kw. 5 kw. 200 w. 200 w. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 25 kw. 10 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 10 kw. 1 kw. 10 kw. 1 kw. 5 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 10 kw. 1 kw. 5 kw. 25 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 500 w. 1 kw. 1 kw. 500 w. 500 w. 25 kw. 1 kw. 1 kw. 10 kw. 1172 AL

Page  1173 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855 20225 Navy Mare Island (San Francisco), Calif. 25 kw. 20400 Army Seattle, Wash. 1 kw. a Fort Shafter, T.H. 1 kw. 21025 Navy Annapolis, Md. (Washington, D.C.) 25 kw. 21500 ~ Washington, D.C. (Pan American Union) 10 kw. 21925 Pearl Harbor, T.H. San Francisco, Calif. San Diego, Calif, Tutuila, Samoa Cordova, Alaska St. Paul, Alaska Keyport (Bremerton), Wash. 22175 t San Juan, P.R. Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone Arlington, Va. (Washington, D.C.) 25 kw. New Orleans, La. Key West, Fla. Great Lakes a Guam a Peiping, China " Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. 22625 a Cavite (Los Bafos), P.I. 24090 a Washington, D.C. 24120 Army Washington, D.C. 24150 a Washington, D.C. 24180 a Fort Santiago, P.I. 24270 Navy Pearl Harbor, T.H. 24450 a Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 24480 Army Fort Shafter, T.H. 24510 a Seattle, Wash. 24540 a Quarry Heights, Canal Zone 25530 " Transports 25770 Navy San Francisco, Calif. 26190 Army Canal Zone 26220 a Anchorage, Alaska 26250 a Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 26280 a Fort Santiago, P.I. 27150 Navy Cavite (Los Bafios), P.I. 30550 Army Canal Zone 30590 " Fort Shafter, T.H. 30620 a Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 30660 a Fort Santiago, P.L 32120 Navy Washington, D.C. 32160 Army Washington, D.C. 32200 a Washington, D.C. 32240 a Fort Santiago, P.I. 32360 Navy Pearl Harbor (Honolulu), T.H. 32600 ' Darien (Balboa), Canal Zone 32640 Army San Francisco, Calif. 32680 ' Canal Zone 32720 ' Canal Zone 34040 a Transports 34360 Navy San Francisco, Calif. 34920 Army Canal Zone 34960 a Fort Shafter, T.H. 35000 a Fort Santiago, P.I. 35040 a Fort Santiago, P.I. 36200 Navy Cavite (Los Baflos), P.I. 36220 Army Washington, D.C. 1173

Page  1174 EO 5855 Executive Orders 36720 Army San Francisco, Calif. 38290 a Transports 39370 " Fort Santiago, P.I. *51000 to 56000 a Experimental Navy Experimental a Coast Guard Experimental Department of Experimental Commerce *60000 to 65000 Army Experimental a Navy Experimental a Coast Guard Experimental a Commerce Experimental * Available for non-Government assignments. The following Government experimental radio stations are authorized to use miscellaneous frequencies from time to time provided no interference is caused with other authorized service: Navy Department: Naval Research Laboratory (NKF); Annapolis (NZO); Quantico (NZY). War Department: Fort Monmouth, N.J. (WLY); Wright Field, Ohio (WZAJ). Department of Commerce: Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C. (WWV). In the allocation of these frequencies the following principles have been followed and shall be followed in the consideration of future applications for use of frequencies by Government departments: UTILIZATION OF EXISTING COMMUNICATION FACILITIES "No department shall erect a new station in the proximity of an existing government station, unless the same is incapable of rendering to such department the service that it requires, which shall be determined only after careful consideration by the departments concerned or by the permanent interdepartment organization. Whenever practicable, such a situation shall be met by the expansion of the existing stations, if necessary under joint contribution of the Departments interested. No department shall close a station no longer needed by it which is serving other Government departments without first making arrangements in respect to such service that are satisfactory to the departments being served." "Experimental operation of any government radio station on a frequency not previously assigned to it but assigned to some government station by an Executive Order may be undertaken after approval by the other government agencies concerned through the Interdepartment Radik Advisory Committee, for a period to extend not beyond three months from the date of approval, with the proviso that it will cease operation on notice of interference." GOVERNMENT ENCOURAGEMENT TO PRIVATE RADIO ENTERPRISES "The Government will encourage and foster the development of privately owned and operated radio facilities in such a manner that in time of war or similar national emergency there shall be available the most effective system for the national defense. 1174

Page  1175 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855-A In part, this encouragement shall consist of utilizing the services of commercial stations wherever Government interests warrant in the accomplishment of the service required." The stations listed herein may use other frequencies for the purpose of selecting a frequency more suitable for a particular service prior to requesting authority to change the frequency, provided a notice is first submitted to the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee and also a notice to the Federal Radio Commission, if the frequency is not included in the Executive order, on the proviso that it will cease operation on notice of interference from the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee or the Federal Radio Commission and such use shall not be for more than one month total. The powers of the stations shown are those at the time of issuance of Executive order and are not limitations upon the stations. The locations given are locations of the transmitting apparatus; and where control points are different, they are given in parentheses. This Executive order supersedes Executive Order No. 5638, June 8, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, June 6, 1932. [No. 5855] Executive Order 5855-A. June 6, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber ASSIGNMENT OF FREQUENCIES TO GOVERNMENT RADIO STATIONS WHEREAS section 6 of the Radio Act of 1927 (44 Stat. 1162, 1165) provides as follows: "Radio stations belonging to and operated by the United States shall not be subject to the provisions of sections 1, 4, and 5 of this Act. All such Government stations shall use such frequencies or wave lengths as shall be assigned to each or 1175

Page  1176 EO 5855-A Executive Orders to each class by the President. All such stations, except stations on board naval and other Government vessels while at sea or beyond the limits of the continental United States, when transmitting any radio communication or signal other than a communication or signal relating to Government business shall conform to such rules and regulations designed to prevent interference with other radio stations and the rights of others as the licensing authority may prescribe. Upon proclamation by the President that there exists war or a threat of war or a state of public peril or disaster or other national emergency, or in order to preserve the neutrality of the United States, the President may suspend or amend, for such time as he may see fit, the rules and regulations applicable to any or all stations within the jurisdiction of the United States as prescribed by the licensing authority, and may cause the closing of any station for radio communication and the removal therefrom of its apparatus and equipment, or he may authorize the use or control of any such station and/or its apparatus and equipment by any department of the Government under such regulations as he may prescribe, upon just compensation to the owners. Radio stations on board vessels of the United States Shipping Board or the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation or the Inland and Coastwise Waterways Service shall be subject to the provisions of this Act." AND WHEREAS the Government departments using radio find it necessary for efficient operation to make some changes in previous frequency assignments to individual stations and have requested that such changes be authorized; NOW, THEREFORE, I, HERBERT HOOVER, President of the United States of America, pursuant to the authority vested in me by law, do hereby allocate frequencies to the Government stations as follows: **115 Navy Fleet *125 a Fleet (not over 100 watts) *155 a Fleet 175 Fleet 195 Fleet 215 a Fleet 245 a Fleet 275 Navy Fleet 365 Fleet 404 Flet *425 a Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces 484 Fleet 440 Fleet 444 a Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces 450 a Fleet 464 Fleet 515-545 Army, Navy, Frequencies in this band may be used principally in dayand Coast time by airoraft with power not to exceed 100 watts and Guard aeronautical stations for single or joint maneuvers and training purposes. 50-1500 Army and (These frequencies may be used by mobile radio equip. Navy ment for training purposes under the following rule: *Available for non-Government assignments. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 1176 - -- . --IL1 —

Page  1177 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5855-A M55-1500 Army and Navy 1880 154 1588 2304 9886 238 2404 2436 2484 2492 2496 2300 2516 2544 2576 2604 2656 2684 2716 2744 *2816 *2844 2884 2916 2952 2996 **3005 a **3035 "*3065 a **309155 a **3155 a **3195 **3235 326 **3265 a Navy Army Navy a Navy a a a Army a a Army Navy Army Navy Army Navy Navy Army Navy Arm The officer in charge of military or naval radio operations will confer with the Department of Commerce supervisor of radio in the locality where interference is probable to determine the frequencies which may be used with the least interference. Naval and military operations will then be confined so far as is possible to the time periods, frequencies, and powers which will cause minimum interference in the locality. It is understood that military and naval operation in this band will in general be limited to antenna radiation of 75 maber amperes, to daylight hours, and to a limited number of hours per week and weeks per year. The amount of operation will differ somewhat in different parts of the countrys Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Aircraft and field aeronautical stations Aircraft and field aemnautioal stations Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet and naval shore sations for aircraft Aircraft for training purposes Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Aircraft for training purposes Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Aircraft for training purposes Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Aircraft for training purposes Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Fleet 50 w. 50 w. 50w. 50 w. 50 w. 50w. *Available for non-Government assignments. **Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Government assignments. 1177 24-519 0 - 74- vol. II- 26

Page  1178 EO 5855-A **3265 **3295 ao 3345 3385 **3415 a **3445 **3475 4105 4135 4155 4205 4235 4265 4385 4435 8210 8270 8310 8410 8470 8530 8770 8870 12315 12405 12465 1615 12705 12795 13155 13305 16420 16540 16620 16820 16940 17060 17540 17740 21925 22175 22625 24630 24930 25230 25410 25590 33640 34120 Army Navy Army Navy a a Army a Navy Army Navy a a a a a a a a a a a a a a u a a a a a a a a a a Executive Orders Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Fleet Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Aircraft for training purposes Fleet Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Mobile and coastal stations Mobile and coastal stations Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet and Marine Expeditionary Forces Fleet Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet Fleet Fleet, mobile and coastal stations Fleet ** Available for non-Government assignments provided no interference is caused with Govcrnment assignments. The stations listed herein may use other frequencies for the purpose of selecting a frequency more suitable for a particular service prior to requesting authority to 1178 'r I I I I a is --— r I"UDR _ L ~I

Page  1179 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5856 change the frequency, provided a notice is first submitted to the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee and also a notice to the Federal Radio Commission, if the frequency is not included in the Executive order, on the proviso that it will cease operation on notice of interference from the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee or the Federal Radio Commission and such use shall not be for more than one month total. The powers of the stations shown are those at the time of issuance of Executive order and are not limitations upon the stations. The locations given are locations of the transmitting apparatus; and where control points are different, they are given in parentheses. This Executive order supersedes Executive Order No. 5638-A, June 8, 1931. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 6, 1932. [No. 5855-A] Executive Order 5856. June 11, 1932 Cxetutibe @rber TONGASS NATIONAL FOREST ALASKA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 34-36), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that the. tracts of land in Alaska lying within the following-described boundaries, heretofore occupied as home sites, be, and the same are hereby, excluded from the Tongass National Forest and restored to entry under the applicable public land laws: Chs. Beginning at Corner No. 1, 1.31 chains north of center line of Glacier Highway and 50 feet north of power transmission line, about 7 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska, in approximate latitude 58~ 21' 10" N., longitude 134~ 33' 00" W., which corner is identical with Corner No. 1 of Tract B and is a hemlock post 5 feet long, 5 inches diameter, squared to 4 inches, set 18 inches in ground, marked HS 1 B on east face and C on west face; from which 1179

Page  1180 EO 5856 Executive Orders Chs. A hemlock, 8 in. diameter, bears S. 77~ E., 24 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS 1. A hemlock, 6 in. diameter, bears S. 7%~ W., 12 Iks. distant, blazed and marked WHS 1. Transmission pole No. 182 bears S. 57~ E. Thence North. 7. 00 Comer No. 2, which is a hemlock post 5 feet long, 4% in. diameter, squared to 3% inches, set 18 inches in ground, marked HS 2 on south face, B on east face and C on west face; from which A hemlock, 18 in. diameter, bears N. 73~ E., 13 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS 2. A hemlock, 12 in. diameter, bears S. 64~ W., 31 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS 2. Thence N. 89~ W. 7.00 Comer No. 3, which comer is identical with Comer No. 3 of right-ofway and is a hemlock post 5 feet long, 6 inches diameter, set 18 inches in ground, marked HS 3C on east face and ROW3 on west face; from which A hemlock, 9 in. diameter, bears S. 85~ W., 18 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS3. A hemlock, 9 in. diameter, bears S. 65~ E., 17 Iks. distant, blazed and marked WHS3. Thence South. 7. 00 Comer No. 4, 56 lks. from center line of Glacier Highway and 50 feet from power transmission line, which corner is identical with Comer No. 4 of right-of-way and is a hemlock post 5 feet long, 6 inches diameter, squared to 4 inches, set 18 inches in ground, marked HSC4 on east face and ROW4 on west face; from which A lodgepole pine, 17 in. diameter, bears N. 75~ 30' E., 54 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS4. A lodgepole pine, 14 in. diameter, bears N. 58~ 30' W., 41 Iks. dis-' tant, blazed and marked WHS4. Thence S. 89~ E., clearing both power line and road rights-of-way. 7. 00 Comer No. 1, the place of beginning, containing approximately 4.90. acres. The survey was made July 5 to 8, 1928; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 31~ 30' E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at Corner No. 1, 33 feet north of center line of Glacier Highway about 7 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska, in approximate latitude 58~ 21' 10" N., longitude 134~ 33' 00" W., which comer is identical with Comer No. 1 of Tract F, and is a hemlock post 53 feet long, 7 inches diameter, squared to 6 inches, set 2 feet in ground, marked HS1 on south face, E on east face and F on west face; from which A hemlock, 28 in. diameter, bears S. 61~ E., 15 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS1. 1180 Aw w. RIA

Page  1181 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5856 Chs. A spruce, 16 in. diameter, bears S. 67% ~ W., 29 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS1. Thence North. 7. 00 Comer No. 2, which comer is identical with Comer No. 2 of Tract F, and is a hemlock post 6 feet long, 7 inches diameter, squared to 5% inches, set 2 feet in ground, marked HS 2 on south face, E on east face and F on west face; from which A spruce, 13 in. diameter, bears S. 856~ W., 30 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS2. A hemlock, 12 in. diameter, bears N. 17~ W., 32 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS2. Thence S. 85~ E. 7. 03 Comer No. 3, which comer is identical with Corner No. 3 of Tract D, and is a spruce post 5 feet long, 7 inches diameter, squared to 4% inches, set 2 feet in ground, marked HS3 on south face, D on east face and E on west face; from which A spruce, 11 in. diameter, bears N. 49~ 30' W., 24 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS3. A hemlock, 8 in. diameter, bears N. 17~ E., 26 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS3. Thence South. 7.00 Comer No. 4, which comer is 33 feet from the center line of Glacier Highway and identical with Comer No. 4 of Tract D, and is a lodgepole pine post 5% feet long, 7 inches diameter, squared to 5 inches, set 1% feet in ground, marked HS4 on south face, D on east face and E on west face. Thence N. 85~ W., paralleling Glacier Highway and 33 feet from the center line thereof. 7. 03 Comer No. 1, the place of beginning, containing approximately 4.90 acres. The survey was made July 5 to 8, 1928; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 31~ 30' E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at Comer No. 1, 33 feet north of the center line of Glacier Highway about 7 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska, in approximate latitude 58~ 21' 10" N., longitude 134~ 33' 00" W., which comer is identical with Comer No. 1 of Tract E, a hemlock post 5% feet long, 7 inches diameter, squared to 6 inches, set 2 feet in ground, marked HS1 on south face, E on east face and F on west face; from which A hemlock, 28 in. diameter, bears S. 61~ E., 15 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS1. A spruce, 16 in. diameter, bears S. 67%~ W., 29 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS1. Thence North. 7. 00 Comer No. 2, which comer is identical with Comer No. 2 of Tract E and is a hemlock post 6 feet long, 7 inches diameter, squared to 5% inches, 1181

Page  1182 EO 5856 Executive Orders Chs. set 2 feet in ground, marked HS2 on south face, E on east face and F on west face; from which A spruce, 13 in. diameter, bears S. 85~ W., 30 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS2. A hemlock, 12 in. diameter, bears N. 17~ W., 32 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS2. Thence N. 88~ W. 4. 56 Corer No. 3, which corer is identical with Corer No. 3 of Tract G and is a spruce post 5% feet long, 6 inches diameter, squared to 4% inches, set 2 feet in ground, marked HS3 on south face, F on east face and G on west face; from which A spruce, 14 in. diameter, bears S. 73~ E., 21 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS3. A hemlock, 16 in. diameter, bears S. 10~ E., 12 Iks. distant, blazed and marked WHS3. Thence South. 7. 00 Corer No. 4, which corer is 33 feet north of the center line of Glacier Highway and identical with Corer No. 4 of Tract G, and is a spruce post 6 feet long, 7 inches diameter, squared to 5 inches, set 2 feet in ground, marked HS4 on south face, F on east face and G on west face; from which A spruce, 24 in. diameter, bears S. 61~ W., 15 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS4. A hemlock, 18 in. diameter, bears S. 28~ E., 5 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS4. Thence S. 88~ E., paralleling Glacier Highway and 33 feet from the center line thereof. 4. 56 Corer No. 1, the place of beginning, containing approximately 3.19 acres. The survey was made July 5 to 8, 1928; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 31~ 30' E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at Corer No. 1, meander corer, on line of mean high tide on the point of land dividing the head of Coal Bay into two small bights, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska, in approximate latitude 55~ 29.5' N., longitude 132~ 29.5' W., which corer is a spruce post 4 inches square, set in mound of rocks at average high tide, marked HS 9 MC 1; from which A spruce, 25 in. diameter, bears N. 43~ W., 48 lks. distant, blazed and marked W HS MC 1. A spruce, 22 in. diameter, bears S. 86~ W., 52 lks. distant, blazed and marked W HS MC 1. Thence with meanders of mean high tide: (1) N. 290 30' E., 1.50 chs.; (2) N. 7~ W., 1.50 chs.; (3) N. 14~ 30' W., 2.50 chs.; 1182

Page  1183 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5856 Chs. (4) N. 33~ 45' W., 1.85 chs.; (5) N. 60~ W., 1.30 chs.; (6) S. 80~ W., 1.45 chs.; (7) S. 76~ W., 2.50 chs.; (8) S. 74~ W., 1.75 chs.; (9) S. 61~ W., 1.50 chs.; (10) S. 52~ W., 2.50 chs.; To Corner No. 2, meander corner, which is a boulder 18 inches wide, 20 inches on base, embedded in rocks and marked x-HS MC 2; from which A hemlock, 18 in. diameter, bears S. 28~ E., 24 lks. distant, blazed and marked W HS MC 2. A spruce, 15 in. diameter, bears S. 81~ E., 22 lks. distant, blazed and marked W HS MC 2. Thence S. 71~ E. 11.70 Corner No. 1, the place of beginning, containing approximately 4.95 acres. The survey was made July 13 and 14, 1931; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 30~ E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. Beginning at Corner No. 1, which is 33 feet southwesterly from center line of Glacier Highway approximately 13 miles north of Juneau, Alaska, in approximate latitude 58~ 21.5' N., longitude 134~ 39.8' W., which corner is a post 4 inches square, 3 feet long, set 1 foot in ground, marked HS/1; from which A hemlock, 18 in. diameter, bears N. 89~ W., 10 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS/1. A hemlock, 24 in. diameter, bears S. 23~ E., 16 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS/1. Thence East. 0. 48 Witness corner to Corner No. 2, meander corner, which is a hemlock post 4 feet long, set 1 foot in mound of rocks and marked HS/2 WC MC; from which Corner No. 1, meander corner of U. S. Survey No. 687 bears N. 84~ 45' E., 7.57 chs. distant. A hemlock, 6 in. diameter, bears N. 3~ E., 16 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS/2 WC MC. The extreme end of rock point across small bay bears S. 68~ E. 1. 04 Corner No. 2, meander corner, on shore of Auke Bay; not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence with meanders of mean high tide: (1) S. 20~ W., 1.20 chs.; (2) S. 56~ W., 2.39 chs.; (3) N. 72~ 30' W., 0.75 chs.; (4) N. 56~ W., 0.55 chs.; 1183

Page  1184 EO 5857 Executive Orders Chs. To Corer No. 3, meander corer, on shore of Auke Bay; not set because of liability to destruction by tides. Thence North. 0. 55 Witness corer to Corner No. 3, meander corer, which is a spruce post 4 feet long, squared 4 sides, set 2 feet in mound of rocks and marked HS/3WC MC; from which A spruce, 6 in. diameter, bears N. 72~ W., 32 lks. distant, blazed and marked WHS/3WC MC. South end of Coghlan Island bears S. 17~ W. 1. 11 Corer No. 4, which is a spruce post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 1% feet in ground in mound of rocks and marked HS/4; from which A hemlock, 16 in. diameter, bears S. 89~ W., 60 Iks. distant, blazed and marked WHS/4. South end of Coghlan Island bears S. 17~ 30' W. Chs. Thence paralleling road right-of-way and 33 feet from the center line thereof: (1) N. 850 30' E., 0.62 chs.; (2) N. 73~ E., 0.93 chs.; (3) N. 64~ 30' E., 0.53 chs.; (4) N. 63~ E., 0.60 chs.; To Corer No. 1, the place of beginning, containing approximately 0.51 acres. The survey was made October 19, 1931; the bearings of the lines were determined by needle compass, allowing a variation of 31~ 30' E., and are intended to refer to the true meridian. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, Juns 11, 1932. [No. 5856] Executive Order 5857. June 16, 1932 QCxecutibe ~rber AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSULAR REGULATIONS Section 598 of the Consular Regulations of 1896 is hereby canceled. Sections 657, 668, 672, 674, 677, 679, and 686 are amended by substituting for the citation "Tariff Act of 1922," the words "Tariff Act of 1930." Section 662, paragraph (b), is amended to read: 1184.. i y

Page  1185 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5857 (b) Number of copies. The invoice must be prepared in triplicate, or, for merchandise intended for immediate transportation under the provisions of section 552 of the Tariff Act, in quadruplicate, if desired by the shipper. (Tariff Act of 1930, sec. 482(c); T.D. 38026.) Section 663 is amended by substituting for the citation "Cust. Reg. 1923, Art. 253," the words "Cust. Reg. 1931, art. 276(a)." Section 682 is amended by deleting the last sentence of the section and substituting the words "Tariff Act of 1930" for the citation "Tariff Act of 1922" where it appears in this section. Section 719 is amended to read as follows: 719. Marking of articles and packages to indicate country of origin. Every article imported into the United States, and its immediate container, and the package in which such article is imported, must be marked, stamped, branded, or labeled, in legible English words, in a conspicuous place, in such manner as to indicate the country of origin of such article; and such marking, stamping, branding, or labeling must be as nearly indelible and permanent as the nature of the article will permit. If at the time of importation any article or its container is not marked, stamped, branded, or labeled in accordance with the requirements, there is levied a duty of 10 per centum of the value of the article in addition to any other duty imposed by law; and if the article is free of duty, there is levied a duty of 10 per centum of the value thereof; and all articles, containers, and packages in the shipment must be duly marked, stamped, branded, or labeled in accordance with the requirements of the statute. (Tariff Act of 1930, sec. 304.) But certain articles subject to special marking under the provisions of the statutes, if not marked at the time of importation, may not be marked afterwards. They may be exported under customs supervision, and if not so exported, are treated as prohibited importations. (Cust. Reg. 1931, art. 514.) HERBERT HOOVER THi WHITE HOUSE, June 16, 1932. [No. 5857] 1185

Page  1186 EO 5858 Executive Orders Executive Order 5858. June 17, 1932 Cxecutibe 9rber SEMIDI ISLANDS WILD LIFE REFUGE ALASKA It is hereby ordered that Aghiyuk Island, Chowiet Island, Kateekuk Island, Anowik Island, Kiliktagik Island, Suklik Island, Aghik Island, Aliksemit Island, and South Island, together with all unnamed islands, rocks, and reefs, and all lands under water appurtenant thereto, lying between parallels 550 57' and 56~ 15' north latitude and meridians 156~ 30' and 157' 00' longitude west of Greenwich, in the North Pacific Ocean southeast of the Alaska Peninsula, Alaska, and shown on United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart No. 8881, published in Washington, D.C., April, 1919, as within the Semidi Island Group, be, and the same are hereby, reserved from all forms of appropriation under the public land laws and set apart for the use of the Department of Agriculture as a refuge and breeding ground for wild birds and game and fur animals, subject to existing valid rights. It is unlawful within this reservation (a) to hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, or kill any wild animal or bird of any kind whatever, to take or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird, to occupy or use any part of the reservation, or to enter thereon for any purpose, except under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture; (b) to cut, burn, or destroy any timber, underbrush, grass, or other natural growth; (c) willfully to leave fire or to suffer it to burn unattended near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material; (d) after building a fire in or near any forest, timber, or other inflammable material, to leave it without totally extinguishing it; and (e) willfully to injure, molest, or destroy any property of the United States. Warning is given to all persons not to commit any of the acts herein enumerated, under the penalties prescribed by sections 106, 107, and 145 of chapter 4, title 18, United States Code (35 Stat. 1088, 1098, and 43 Stat. 98), or by section 10 of 1186.L-_-

Page  1187 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5859 the Migratory Bird Conservation Act of February 18, 1929 (45 Stat. 1222, 1224; U. S. Code, Supp. V, title 16, sec. 715i). This refuge shall be known as the Semidi Islands Wild Life Refuge. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 17, 193s. [No. 5858] Executive Order 5859. June 21, 1932 executibe ~rber REVOCATION OF SCHEDULE A, SUBDIVISION III, PARAGRAPH 10, OF THE CIVIL-SERVICE RULES Schedule A, Subdivision III, paragraph 10, of the civil-service rules, which permits the appointment, without competitive examination, of mounted inspectors in the customs service on the Mexican border, is hereby revoked. The present incumbents of these positions in the four customs collection districts bordering on Mexico, namely, San Antonio, El Paso, Arizona, and San Diego, will be included in the classified service with their positions upon recommendation by the Treasury Department, subject to such tests of fitness as the Civil Service Commission shall prescribe. The Treasury Department concurred with the Civil Service Commission in the recommendation. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 21, 1932. [No. 5859] 1187

Page  1188 EO 5860 Executive Orders Executive Order 5860. June 22, 1932 Cxecutibe rboer RULES GOVERNING THE GRANTING AND ISSUING OF PASSPORTS IN THE UNITED STATES Section 1 of the act of July 3, 1926 (U.S. Code, title 22, sec. 211a), provides that "The Secretary of State may grant and issue passports, and cause passports to be granted, issued, and verified in foreign countries by diplomatic representatives of the United States, and by such consul generals, consuls, or vice consuls when in charge, as the Secretary of State may designate, and by the chief or other executive officer of the insular possessions of the United States, under such rules as the President shall designate and prescribe for and on behalf of the United States, and no other person shall grant, issue, or verify such passports." The following rules are accordingly prescribed for the granting and issuing of passports in the United States. SECTION I.-AUTHORITY TO ISSUE PASSPORTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND ABROAD 1. Section 1 of the act of July 3, 1926 (U.S. Code, title 22, sec. 211a), and section 4078 of the Revised Statutes as amended by the act of June 14, 1902 (U.S. Code, title 22, sec. 219), provide that no one but the Secretary of State may grant and issue passports in the United States, and he is empowered to refuse them in his discretion. 2. Passports are issued by American consular officers abroad. A citizen who is abroad and desires to procure a passport should apply therefor to the nearest American consular officer. 3. Passports are issued in the Virgin Islands, Hawaii, the Philippines, Guam, American Samoa, and Puerto Rico by the chief executives of those islands. Applications for passports by persons residing therein should be made to such chief executives. SECTION II.-To WHOM PASSPORTS ARE ISSUED 4. Section 4076 of the Revised Statutes of the United States as amended by the act of June 14, 1902 (U.S. Code, title 22, sec. 212), provides that "No passport shall be granted or issued to or verified for any other persons than those owing allegiance, whether citizens or not, to the United States." 5. Unless a request is made by the parental or other guardian that a passport be denied, passports may be issued to minors upon their own application. 6. Children may execute applications on their own behalf when of sufficient intelligence to understand the statements therein and the nature of the oath of allegiance. 1188 z -=

Page  1189 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5860 7. As a rule children of 12 years of age or more should be required to execute their own applications. 8. If circumstances warrant, a parent or guardian may execute applications on behalf of minors of any age. The application should be signed thus: "Richard Roe, by John Roe, father." The oath of allegiance need not be administered. SECTION III.-PERSONS WHO MAY BE INCLUDED IN ONE PASSPORT 9. Only persons who are citizens or who owe allegiance to the United States may be included in a passport of the United States. 10. A passport issued to a husband or father may include his wife and unmarried minor children. A woman's passport may include her unmarried minor children. 11. A minor brother or sister may be included in the passport of an older brother or sister. 12. A minor grandchild, niece, or nephew of tender years may be included in the passport of the relative when the application therefor is accompanied by a request from the parental or other guardian. 13. Members of the immediate family who are 21 years of age, maidservants, and manservants must bear separate passports. 14. Adopted children, who are American citizens, may be included in a passport issued to the adoptive parents. (See rule 74.) SECTION IV.-FEE FOR THE EXECUTION OF AN APPLICATION AND FOR A PASSPORT; PASSPORTS ISSUED WITHOUT FEES 15. Section 1 of the act of June 4, 1920 (U.S. Code, title 22, sec. 214), provides in part as follows: "From and after the 1st of July, 1920, there shall be collected and paid into the Treasury of the United States quarterly a fee of $1 for executing each application for a passport:... Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to limit the right of the Secretary of State by regulation to authorize the retention by State officials of the fee of $1 for executing an application for a passport: And provided further, That no fee shall be collected for passports issued to officers or employees of the United States proceeding abroad in the discharge of their official duties, or to members of their immediate families, or to seamen, or to widows, children, parents, brothers, and sisters of American soldiers, sailors, or marines, buried abroad whose journey is undertaken for the purpose and with the intent of visiting the graves of such soldiers, sailors, or marines, which facts shall be made a part of the application for the passport." 16. Section 2 of the act of May 16, 1932, provides: "That the validity of a passport... shall be limited to a period of two years: Provided, That a passport may be renewed under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of State for a period, not to exceed two years, upon payment of a fee of $5 for such renewal, but the final date of expiration shall not be more than four years from 1189

Page  1190 EO 5860 8Executive Orders the original date of issue: Provied further, That the Secretary of State may limit the validity of a passport,... or the period of renewal of a passport to less than two years: Providedfurther, That the charge for the issue of an original passport shall be $9." 17. Under the provisions of the act of June 4, 1920, a fee of $1 must be collected for the execution of each application for a passport. There is no exception to this rule. 18. A fee of $9 must be collected for each passport issued except as hereinafter provided in rule 19. 19. In accordance with the provisions of the act of June 4, 1920 (U.S. Code, title 22, sec. 214), no fee should be collected for passports issued to officers or employees of the United States proceeding abroad in the discharge of their official duties, or to members of their immediate families, or to seamen, or to widows, children, parents, brothers, and sisters of American soldiers, sailors, or marines buried abroad whose journey is undertaken for the purpose and with the intent of visiting the graves of such soldiers, sailors, or marines. 20. The fee of $9, payable in currency or postal money order, must accompany each application for a passport executed before a clerk of court. If executed before a passport agent of the Department of State, the fees should be paid in currency. Postal money orders should be made payable to the disbursing officer, Department of State. Drafts or checks will not be accepted in the payment of passport fees. SECTION V.-APPLICATIONS FOR PASSPORTS 21. The act of June 15, 1917 (U.S. Code, title 22, sec. 213), requires every applicant for a passport issued under the authority of the United States to submit a written application, duly verified by his oath, and containing a true recital of each and every matter of fact which may be required by law or by rules authorized by law as a prerequisite to the issuance of a passport. 22. The application must be made in person and signed by the person to whom the passport is to be issued. 23. The application must be executed before a clerk of a Federal court or a State court authorized by the act of Congress of June 29, 1906 (34 Stat. 596), to naturalize aliens, or before an agent of the Department of State. 24. The seal of the court, when the application is executed before a clerk of court, or the seal of an agency of the Department of State when the application is executed before such agent, must be affixed to the application. 25. Where the application is not made at or near the place where the applicant resides, the applicant should give the name and address of a reputable person, residing at or near the place of the applicant's residence, to whom the clerk of court, the agent of the Department of State, or the Department of State itself may address 1190

Page  1191 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5860 such inquiry as may be necessary concerning the applicant. Where it is necessary to make inquiries by telegraph, the applicant should bear the expense thereof. SZCTION VI.-CONTENTS OF APPLICATION FOR A PASSPORT a. General. Each application for a passport must contain the following: 26. The applicant's name. 27. The names, places, and dates of birth of other persons to be included in the passport. (See Section III.) 28. Date of the marriage, if the wife is to be included in the husband's passport or is applying for a passport in her own name. 29. The place and date of the applicant's birth. 30. The name of the applicant's father, the country of his birth, and his present place of residence. If the applicant is a married woman or has ever been married, in lieu of information concerning the country of birth and present place of residence of her father, information concerning the country of birth and present place of residence of her husband or former husband, if the marriage has been terminated, must be stated in the application, unless the citizenship of the woman is dependent upon the father, in which case information concerning both the father and husband or former husband must be stated in the application. 31. When and for what period of time the applicant has resided outside of the United States, provided he is a naturalized citizen. 32. The applicant's place of permanent residence, if any, in the United States and the occupation followed by him at that place. 33. The number, date, place of issue, and the disposition made of any previous passport issued to the applicant. 34. The period within which the applicant intends to return to the United States for permanent residence. 35. The applicant's intended port and date of departure, and the name of the vessel if known at the time of making application for passport. 36. The applicant's oath or affirmation of allegiance to the United States. 37. Whether the applicant since acquiring American citizenship has taken an oath of allegiance to, or been naturalized in, a foreign state. 38. The applicant's name should appear in full on the front page of the application, thus, "John Henry Smith," not "J. H. Smith"; a married woman's name should appear on the front of her application in the family name of her husband, thus, "Mary Elizabeth Doe," not "Mrs. John Doe." If the applicant is a married woman who desires the use of her maiden or professional name, she may, in applying for a passport, use her maiden or professional name followed by the name of her husband-thus, 1191

Page  1192 EO 5860 Executive Orders "Mary Doe (wife of John Henry Jones) "-provided she submits satisfactory proof that she customarily uses her maiden or professional name and is regularly known thereunder in the community where she lives. The application should be signed by the applicant in his or her usual signature. If the applicant signs by mark, two attesting witnesses to the signature are required. 39. Description of the applicant. Whenever possible some distinguishing mark or feature should be noted in the space provided therefor. b. Object of the applicant's journey abroad. 40. The applicant for a passport must state in his application the names of the countries he expects to visit and the object of the visit to each. 41. The Secretary of State may within his discretion require an applicant for a passport, or for the amendment or extension of a passport, to submit satisfactory evidence of the object of his journey abroad. c. Photographs of the applicant and persons accompanying the applicant. 42. The application must contain a recently taken photograph of all persons who are included in the application. A group photograph is preferable. 43. Photographs should have a light background and must be on thin paper not more than 3 by 3 inches and not less than 2% by 2% inches in size. 44. The photograph of the person or persons included in the application must be attached to the back of the application under the seal of the officer before whom the application is executed. 45. A duplicate copy of the photograph attached to the application must accompany the application for use in the passport for which application is made. 46. Passport photographs must be signed by the applicant, the signature to correspond with the signature in the application. 47. Photographs in uniform will not be accepted except from applicants who are in the active service of the military forces of the United States. d. Affidvit of a supporting witness. 48. The applicant must be accompanied by at least one credible witness, an American citizen, who has known the applicant for a period of two or more years. 49. The application should contain the supporting affidavit of such a witness, who must state the period of time during which he has known the applicant; that the applicant is the person whom he represents himself to be, and that his statements are true to the best of his knowledge and belief. 50. Such supporting affidavit, together with any additional affidavit or affidavits which may be required, shall become part of the application, so that the following 1192

Page  1193 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5860 provisions of law shall be applicable: United States Code, title 22, sec. 220, concerning the making of false statements in applications and the penalty prescribed ttereunder; United States Code, title 18, sec. 231, concerning perjury and the penalty prescribed thereunder; and United States Code, title 18, sec. 88, concerning conspiracies to commit an offense against or to defraud the United States and the penalty prescribed thereunder. 51. The applicant or the witness should reside within the jurisdiction of the officer before whom the application is executed. 52. If the applicant or the witness is not known to the clerk of court or passport agent and can not present conclusive documentary evidence of identity, the applicant must be accompanied by an American citizen established in a recognized profession or business and having his office or place of business within the jurisdiction of the court or the passport agency (e.g., a clergyman, lawyer, physician, banker, broker, real estate dealer, or merchant). Clerks of courts and passport agents should satisfy themselves of the identity and bonafides of the applicants and their witnesses. 53. No lawyer or other person who expects to receive a fee in connection with the application or passport will be accepted as a witness. 54. A passport issued by the Secretary of State to which is affixed the photograph and signature of the person to whom the passport was originally issued will be accepted in lieu of an identifying witness. e. A woman's application. 55. A woman who has never been married must state in her application that she has not been married. 56. A woman who has been married must state in her application the date of her marriage. 57. A widow or divorcee must state in her application the date of her marriage and the date of the termination of the marital relation. f. Applications of naturalized citizens. 58. An applicant who is a citizen through his own naturalization must state in his application the date of his immigration, the period of his continuous residence in the United States, the name of the court and place at which he was naturalized, and the date of his naturalization as shown in his certificate or record of naturalization. He must also state the precise periods and places of his foreign residence or sojourn abroad, if any, subsequent to naturalization. If the signature in the application does not conform to the applicant's name as written on his certificate of naturalization, an explanation of the difference should be submitted. 1193 24-519 0 - 74- vol. II - 27

Page  1194 EO 5860 Executive Orders 59. If the applicant claims citizenship through the naturalization of husband or father, the applicant must state that he or she is the wife or child, as the case may be, of the person described in the certificate of naturalization, and with reference to the husband or father, the date of his immigration, period of his continuous residence in the United States, the name of the court and place in which he was naturalized, and the date of his naturalization as shown by the certificate or record of naturalization. The applicant must also state the period of his or her own continuous residence in the United States and the precise periods and places, if anly, of his or her foreign residence or sojourn subsequent to the naturalization of the husband or father. g. Application of a resident of an insular possession of the United States who owes allegiance to the United States. 60. A resident of an insular possession of the United States who owes allegiance to the United States must state in his application that he owes allegiance to the United States and that he does not acknowledge allegiance to any other government. (Also see Section XII.) SECTION VII.-APPLICATIONS OF OFFICERS OR EMPLOYEES OF THE UNITED STATES AND OF THEIR IMMEDIATE FAMILIES 61. Officers or employees of the United States proceeding abroad under orders must submit with their applications a written request from the head of the department or office in which the applicant is employed for the issue of a passport to the applicant. The request should set forth the nature of the employment of the applicant and the official nature of his journey abroad. 62. Applicants for passports who are the members of the immediate family of an officer or employee of the United States who is about to proceed abroad or who is abroad in the discharge of official duties are not required to submit documentary evidence of their status if they refer to a passport issued to such an officer or employee of the United States. SECTION VIII.-APPLICATIONS OF AMERICAN SEAMEN 63. As a rule American seamen traveling as such should use in lieu of passports the seaman's certificate of citizenship issued by customs officials. Nevertheless, passports are issued to seamen who are citizens or who owe allegiance to the United States whenever passports are required upon the travel in which the seamen are engaged. 64. A seaman should transmit with his application the seaman's certificate of American citizenship or other official document of nationality or identity of which he 1194

Page  1195 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5860 is the bearer together with such additional evidence of American citizenship called for by Section X. SECTION IX.-APPLICATIONS OF PERSONS VISITING THE GRAVES OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS, SAILORS, OR MARINES BURIED ABROAD 65. An application for a passport executed by a widow, child, parent, brother, or sister of an American soldier, sailor, or marine buried abroad must be accompanied by a statement from the War Department, Washington, D. C., setting forth the name of the deceased American soldier, sailor, or marine to whom the applicant claims relationship and that the body is buried in a foreign country. Passports issued upon such applications will be valid only for the country to be visited, and countries en route, and for the purpose of visiting the grave. SECTION X.-EVIDENCE OF CITIZENSHIIP TO ACCOMPANY APPLICATIONS FOR PASSPORTS a. Native citizen. 66. A person born in the United States in a place where official records of birth were kept at the time of his birth must submit with the application a birth certificate under the seal of the official custodian of birth records. A certificate to be acceptable must show the place and date of birth and that the record thereof was made at the time of birth or shortly thereafter. If a birth certificate is not obtainable, that fact should be shown, and the application should be supported by a baptismal certificate or a certified copy of the record of baptism under the seal of the church in which the applicant was baptized, giving the place and date of birth, the date of baptism, and the date on which the record of baptism was made. A baptismal certificate to be acceptable must show that the baptism occurred within a short time after the birth of the applicant. If birth and baptismal certificates are not obtainable, an affidavit of the parent or of the physician, nurse, or midwife who attended the birth or the affidavit of a reputable person having sufficient knowledge to be able to testify as to the place and date of the applicant's birth may be accepted. A person who did not attend the birth but who testifies concerning the place and date of the applicant's birth should state briefly how and through what source the knowledge was acquired. 67. A person born abroad whose father was a native citizen of the United States must submit with the application the evidence of the father's birth in this country as required in the preceding section. 68. If the applicant comes within the provisions of rules 66 or 67, reference to an application submitted since November 1, 1916, will be sufficient, provided there is a record on the previous application of the necessary evidence of citizenship having been submitted. 1195

Page  1196 EO 5860 Executive Orders b. Persons claiming citizenship through naturalization of self or parent. 69. A person claiming citizenship through naturalization, against whom the presumption of having ceased to be an American citizen has arisen under the provisions of section 2 of the act of March 2, 1907 (34 Stat. 1228), must submit with his application a supplementary affidavit setting forth the exact places and periods of foreign residence and the reasons therefor. 70. A person naturalized in his own right must transmit with his application his certificate of naturalization. 71. The child of a naturalized citizen claiming citizenship through the naturalization of the parent must state in the application the exact date of immigration to the United States and submit the parent's certificate of naturalization. 72. A child born abroad after the naturalization of the parent must submit with his application evidence of the nature described in the preceding rule. 73. If the applicant comes within the provisions of rules 70, 71, or 72, his old passport will be accepted in lieu of a certificate of naturalization, provided the application upon which a previous passport was issued is found to contain sufficient information as to the naturalization of the applicant or the parent. c. Adopted child included in the passport of the foster parent or parents. 74. Inasmuch as the adoption of an alien child by an American citizen does not confer American citizenship upon such child, it is necessary, when an adopted minor child is to be included in the passport of the foster parent or parents, that the application be accompanied by documentary evidence of the adoption of the child and evidence of the child's American citizenship. d. Wife included in husband's application. 75. When a wife is to be included in the husband's passport, in addition to evidence of his own citizenship his application must be accompanied by evidence of his wife's citizenship if they were married on or after September 22, 1922. SECTION XI.-EVIDENCE OF CITIZENSHIP TO ACCOMPANY A WOMAN's APPLICATION FOR A PASSPORT 76. American-born women who must submit evidence of own citizenship: (a) One who has never been married. (b) One who was married after September 21, 1922. (c) One who was married to an alien between March 2, 1907, and September 22, 1922, and whose marital status terminated prior to September 22, 1922. If the marriage was terminated by divorce, the original decree of divorce or a certified copy of the court record thereof must be submitted. If the marriage was terminated by 1196

Page  1197 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5860 death, a statement to that effect must be made in the application. The manner in which American citizenship was resumed must be shown. 77. American-born women who were married to aliens prior to March 2, 1907, may receive passports upon submitting proof that they were American citizens at the time of their marriage, unless they lost citizenship by taking up a permanent residence abroad with their husbands at any time prior to September 22, 1922, and acquired as a result of the marriage the nationality of the country of which their husbands were citizens or subjects. 78. An American-born woman who was married to an American citizen prior to September 22, 1922, must submit evidence of own or husband's citizenship. 79. An American woman who lost her American citizenship by marriage to an alien and whose husband became naturalized prior to September 22, 1922, must submit husband's certificate of naturalization. 80. An American woman who was married to an alien on or after September 22, 1922, against whom the presumption of having ceased to be a citizen had arisen under the provisions of section 3 of the act of September 22, 1922 (42 Stat. 1021, 1022), prior to July 3, 1930, must submit with her application a supplementary affidavit explaining her protracted foreign residence. 81. Alien-born women who must submit evidence of own citizenship: (a) One who has never been married and who has been naturalized in her own right or who was naturalized through the naturalization or resumption of American citizenship by the parent. (b) One who was married to an alien and who, after the termination of the marital status, was naturalized in her own right. (c) One who was married to an alien prior to September 22, 1922, and who subsequent to that date was naturalized as an American citizen. (d) One who was married after September 22, 1922, and who was naturalized in her own right or who was naturalized through the naturalization or resumption of American citizenship by the parent. 82. Alien-born women who must submit evidence of husbands' citizenship: (a) One who acquired citizenship by virtue of her marriage to a native or naturalized citizen prior to September 22, 1922. (b) One who was married to an alien prior to September 22, 1922, and whose husband became naturalized prior to that date. 83. An alien-born woman who was married to a citizen or an alien after September 22, 1922, and who at the time of that marriage was a citizen by virtue of a former 1197

Page  1198 EO 5860 Executive Orders marriage to an American citizen must submit evidence of former husband's citizenship. 84. A woman born abroad of American parents should submit evidence of American citizenship as required in rules 67 and 72, provided her citizenship, status was not changed by subsequent marriage or in some other manner. SECTION XII.-A RESIDENT OF AN INSULAR POSSESSION OF THE UNITED STATES WHO OWES ALLEGIANCE TO THE UNITED STATES 85. A resident of an insular possession of the United States who owes allegiance to the United States and who was born where official records of birth were kept at the time of his birth must submit with his application evidence of citizenship of the nature described in rule 66, except that two affidavits must accompany the application when a proper birth or baptismal certificate can not be submitted or an affidavit can not be obtained from a person who attended the birth. The affidavits must be executed by credible persons, who should state briefly how and through what source the knowledge of the date and place of the applicant's birth was acquired. 86. If the applicant was born after April 11, 1899, in the Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico, or Guam, and can not present his birth or baptismal certificate, the affidavits which he is required to submit under the foregoing rule should contain, in addition to the statements called for concerning the applicant, a statement of the nationality of his father, the date and place of the latter's birth, and the period of the latter's residence in the insular possession. SECTION XIII.-THE USE OF TITLES AND BUSINESS OR PROFESSIONAL NAMES IN PASSPORTS 87. Professional and other titles will not be inserted in passports, but an applicant's name in religion, an author's nom de plume, a stage or business name, etc., may be included in parentheses after the bearer's name. 88. Persons who have had their names changed by decree or order of a court may be issued passports in the changed name upon submission of a certified copy of the decree or order of the court. 89. If the name is changed by the applicant himself having adopted a new name, affidavits must be submitted from two or more persons to the effect that the applicant uses the new name, has used it for a stated period of time, is known by such name in the community in which he resides, and carries on his business or profession in that name. 1198 ------------------------- --- - - -- - - - - - bil.

Page  1199 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5860 SECTION XIV.-PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF PASSPORTS AND EXTENSION OF LIMITED PASSPORTS 90. Section 2 of the act of May 16, 1932, provides in part as follows: "That the validity of a passport... shall be limited to a period of two years: Provided, That a passport may be renewed under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of State for a period, not to exceed two years, upon payment of a fee of $5 for such renewal, but the final date of expiration shall not be more than four years from the original date of issue: Providedfurther, That the Secretary of State may limit the validity of a passport,... or the period of renewal of a passport to less than two years: Provided further, That the charge for the issue of an original passport shall be $9." 91. The original period of possible validity of a passport issued under the act of May 16, 1932, is restricted to two years, but the passport may be renewed for a period of not more than two years upon payment of a fee of $5. 92. The Department of State is authorized in its discretion to restrict the original or renewal period of a passport to less than two years. 93. A passport which was issued within the period of four years prior to application for renewal may be renewed in the discretion of the Department of State; but in any case where a person fails to apply for renewal of his passport prior to or immediately after the expiration of the original period of validity of two years his passport, when renewed, shall not extend beyond a period of four years from the original date of issue. 94. The fee for the renewal of a passport is $5. 95. Requests for renewal of a passport should not be made until the passport has expired or is about to expire. 96. As a rule, passports having a remaining validity of more than three or four months should not be renewed unless special circumstances should warrant exceptional procedure. 97. Requests for renewal may be made by personal application or letter addressed to the Department of State, a passport agent, a consular officer of the United States, or the chief executive of Hawaii, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, or American Samoa. 98. The fee of $5, in currency or postal money order, should accompany each request for renewal. Postal money orders should be made payable to the Disbursing Officer, Department of State. 99. Drafts or checks will not be accepted. 100. Each request for renewal should be accompanied by the passport which it is desired to be renewed. 1199

Page  1200 EO 5860 Executive Orders 101. A person who holds an expired passport and desires a new passport must submit a new application therefor. 102. A person in the United States who has been issued a passport restricted in validity to a period less than two years and who desires to apply for an extension of the validity of the passport to the full period of two years should communicate with the Department of State, unless he resides in a place where there is an agent of the Department of State, in which case the application for extension may be forwarded through such agent. 103. A person outside the United States holding a passport which has been restricted in validity may apply through a diplomatic or consular officer of the United States or through the chief executive of one of the insular possessions of the United States to have his passport extended. 104. No fee is required for the extension of a passport. SECTION XV.-AMENDMENT OF PASSPORTS 105. Passports may be amended in the United States by the Department of State or any of the passport agents of the Department of State. 106. Passports may be amended in the insular and territorial possessions of the United States by the chief executives of such insular or territorial possessions. 107. Passports may be amended abroad by consular officers of the United States. 108. No fee is charged for the amendment of a passport. 109. A passport may be amended upon the written request of the bearer to indicate the object of a particular journey. 110. Passports may be amended to include those persons only who are citizens of or who owe allegiance to the United States. 111. An application for the amendment of a passport to include any person or persons should be in writing and accompanied by two satisfactory photographs (see rule 43) and evidence of citizenship, as required by these rules. 112. A passport may be amended to include the husband, wife, or minor children. 113. A passport of a brother or sister may be amended to include younger brothers and sisters. 114. A passport may be amended, with the written consent of parent or guardian, to include a grandchild, niece, or nephew of tender years. 115. A passport will not be amended to include a person who bears a valid passport or who is included in a valid passport unless such passport is submitted for cancellation or for amendment to exclude the applicant for a new or separate passport. 116. A passport may be amended upon the written request of the bearer to exclude a person or persons originally included in the passport. 1200 11

Page  1201 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5861 SECTION XVI.-ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS 117. The Secretary of State is authorized to make regulations on the subject of granting and issuing of passports additional to these rules and not inconsistent with them. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 2, 1932. [No. 5860] Executive Order 5861. June 23, 1932 exetutibe ~rber APPOINTMENT OF EUGENE R. CAPOZIO Eugene R. Capozio may be appointed to the position of clerk at $1,260 per annum in the Veterans' Administration without reference to the requirements of the civil-service rules. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 23, 1932. [No. 5861] 1201

Page  1202 EO 5862 Executive Orders Executive Order 5862. June 23, 1932 Cxetutibe ~rber WITDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY COLORADO Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 5 N., R. 81 W.; Tps. 4 and 5 N., R. 82 W., of the sixth principal meridian, Colorado, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHXITz HOUsE, June S3, 1983. [No. 5862] Executive Order 5863. June 23, 1932 Cxecutibe rbter TRANSFER OF LANDS FROM THE TOIYABE TO THE NEVADA NATIONAL FOREST NEVADA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 11, 36; U.S. Code, title 16, sec. 473), and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Agriculture, it is hereby ordered that lands within the Toiyabe National Forest, as defined by 1202

Page  1203 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5864 proclamation of May 25, 1921 (42 Stat. 2242), as modified by Executive Order No. 5725 of September 24, 1931, be, and the same are hereby, transferred to the Nevada National Forest. It is not intended by this order to give any publicly owned lands a nationalforest status which have hitherto not had such status, nor to remove any publicly owned lands from a national-forest status. This order shall be effective from July 1, 1932. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, June 23, 193s. [No. 5863] Executive Order 5864. June 23, 1932 Cxecutibe @rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR LOOKOUT STATION OREGON Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847 -848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions therein expressed, it is hereby ordered that the NE. 4 NE. ]S sec. 32, T. 1 S., R. 40 E., Willamette meridian, Oregon, containing 40 acres, be, and the same is hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry for use as a lookout station in connection with cooperative forest-protection work. This order shall remain in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, June ~3, 1932. [No. 5864] 1203

Page  1204 EO 5865 EExecutive Orders Executive Order 5865. June 27, 1932 Cxetutibe Qrber REGULATIONS RELATING TO AERIAL FLIGHTS ARMY, NAVY, MARINE CORPS, COAST GUARD, AND NATIONAL GUARD Executive Order No. 4610, approved March 10, 1927, as amended by Executive Order No. 4833, March 19, 1928, and by Executive Order No. 5001, November 23, 1928, is revoked effective July 1, 1932. For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of section 20 of the act of Congress approved June 10, 1922, as amended by section 6 of the act of July 2, 1926 (44 Stat. 780, 782), relative to increased pay for personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and National 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, the following regulations, effective for the National Guard April 1, 1927, and effective for all other services July 1, 1927, are hereby promulgated and made applicable to all officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men of all branches of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and National Guard. 1. Definitions. (a) The term "qualified aircraft pilot," as used in these regulations, shall be construed to include any commissioned or warrant officer or enlisted man of any branch of his respective service who on July 2, 1926, held the rating of Airplane Pilot, or Airship Pilot, in the Army Air Corps, or who may thereafter by competent authority be rated an Airplane Pilot in the Army or the National Guard, or who has been or may hereafter be designated or appointed a Naval Aviator or Naval Aviation Pilot by competent authority in the Navy or Marine Corps, or who has been or may hereafter be designated or appointed a Coast Guard Aviator or Coast Guard Aviation Pilot by competent authority in the Coast Guard. (b) The term "qualified aircraft observer," as used in these regulations, shall be construed to include any commissioned or warrant officer or enlisted man of any branch of his respective service who has been or may hereafter be rated an Airplane Observer or Balloon Observer by competent authority in the Army or the National Guard, or who has been or may hereafter be appointed a Naval Aviation Observer by competent authority in the Navy or Marine Corps, or who has been or may here 1204

Page  1205 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5865 after be appointed a Coast Guard Aviation Observer by competent authority in the Coast Guard. (c) The term "student aviator," as used in these regulations, shall be construed to include any officer or warrant officer in any branch of his respective service who is appointed a Student Naval Aviator by competent authority in the Navy or Marine Corps, or who is appointed a Student Coast Guard Aviator by competent authority in the Coast Guard, and who is duly assigned to a course of instruction in piloting aircraft. (d) The term "student aviation pilot," as used in these regulations, shall be construed to include any enlisted man in any branch of his respective service who is appointed a Student Naval Aviation Pilot by competent authority in the Navy or Marine Corps, or who is appointed a Student Coast Guard Aviation Pilot by competent authority in the Coast Guard, and who is duly assigned to a course of instruction in aircraft pilot duties. (e) The term "student aviation observer," as used in these regulations, shall be construed to include any officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man, in any branch of his respective service, who is appointed a Student Naval Aviation Observer by competent authority in the Navy or Marine Corps, or who is appointed a Student Coast Guard Aviation Observer by competent authority in the Coast Guard, and who is duly assigned to a course of instruction in aircraft observer duties. (f) The term "aerial flight" is defined as a journey in an aircraft. It begins when the aircraft takes off from rest at any point of support and terminates when it next comes to a complete stop at a point of support. (g) The term "aviation accident," as used in these regulations, shall be construed to mean an accident in which an officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man who is required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights is injured while an occupant of an aircraft or as the result of jumping from, being thrown from, or being struck by, an aircraft or any part or auxiliary thereof. 2. Each officer or warrant officer who is a qualified aircraft pilot and who is not unfit for duties as such, and who is commissioned in, or duly assigned or attached to, the Air Corps of the Army, or who is duly assigned to duty in any part of the aeronautic organization of the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, including those assigned to special, administrative, or school duties, shall be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights; orders requiring such flights shall be issued by the Chief of the Air Corps for the Army, the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for the Navy, the Major General Commandant for the Marine Corps, or by the Commandant for the Coast Guard, and such orders shall remain in force for the 1205

Page  1206 EO 5865 Executive Orders entire period of such commission, assignment, or attachment, except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12. 3. Each officer or warrant officer who is a qualified aircraft observer, or a qualified aircraft pilot who is unfit for piloting duties but is fit and desired for other flying duty, and who is commissioned in, or duly assigned or attached to, the Air Corps of the Army, or who is duly assigned to duty in any part of the aeronautic organization of the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, may be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights; orders requiring such flights shall be issued by the Chief of the Air Corps for the Army, the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for the Navy, the Major General Commandant for the Marine Corps, or by the Commandant for the Coast Guard, and such orders shall remain in force for the entire period of such commission, assignment, or attachment, except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12. 4. Each officer of the Medical Corps of the Army or of the Navy 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, may be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights by the Chief of the Air Corps for the Army, or by the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for the Navy and Marine Corps, 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 officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man of the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard who is duly appointed a student aviator, a student aviation pilot, or a student aviation observer, shall be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights; orders for such requirement shall be issued by the Chief of the Air Corps for the Army, the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for the Navy, the Major General Commandant for the Marine Corps, or by the Commandant for the Coast Guard, and orders for such requirement shall remain in force for the entire period of his course of instruction except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12. 6. Each officer or warrant officer other than student aviators of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, and those specified in paragraphs 2, 3, 4, and 5, may be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights; orders for such requirement shall be issued by the Chief of the Air Corps for the Air Corps of the Army, the Secretary of War for other branches of the Army, the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for the Navy, the Major General Commandant for the Marine 1206

Page  1207 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5865 Corps, or by the Commandant for the Coast Guard, and orders for such requirement shall remain in force for the entire period of such assignment, except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12. 7. Each enlisted man who is serving in the Air Corps of the Army, or in any part of the aeronautic organization of the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, and who is a qualified aircraft pilot, shall be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights by his commanding officer; orders for such requirement shall remain in force for the entire period of such service, except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12; orders for such requirement and their revocation shall be reported to the Chief of the Air Corps for the Army, the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for the Navy, the Major General Commandant for the Marine Corps, or to the Commandant for the Coast Guard. 8. Each enlisted man who is serving in the Air Corps of the Army or in any part of the aeronautic organization of the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, and who is not a qualified aircraft pilot or observer, may be required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights by his commanding officer, and orders for such requirement shall remain in force for the entire period of such assignment except as hereinafter provided in paragraph 12; orders for such requirement and their revocation shall be reported to the Chief of the Air Corps for the Army, the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for the Navy, the Major General Commandant for the Marine Corps, or the Commandant for the Coast Guard. 9. Officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men of the National Guard who come within the following classes will be considered as on duty requiring them to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights, and no further orders requiring participation regularly and frequently in aerial flights will be required for those enumerated in (a), (b), (c), and (e): (a) Officers and warrant officers belonging to Air Corps organizations of the National Guard who by applicable tables of organization are classified pilots or observers. (b) Enlisted men belonging to Air Corps organizations of the National Guard who by applicable tables of organization are classified as flight chiefs, crew chiefs, or master photographers. (c) Officers of the Medical Corps attached to Air Corps organizations of the National Guard, who by applicable tables of organization are classified as flight surgeons. (d) In addition to the above, such officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men belonging to or attached to Air Corps organizations of the National Guard as may be 1207

Page  1208 EO 5865 Executive Orders detailed to such duty by written orders issued by the senior Air Corps commander of each State: Provided, That the number of additional enlisted men so detailed in any organization shall not exceed 10 per centum of the maintenance enlisted strength of such organization including attached personnel. (e) Officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men who, under authority of the Secretary of War, are in attendance at a course of instruction in aircraft pilot duties, aircraft observer duties, or flight surgeon duties at a service school. 10. For personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, or of the National Guard when participating in exercises or performing duties provided for by sections 94, 97, and 99 of the National Defense Act as amended, who are required by competent authority to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights, the following requirements are prescribed: Provided, That any officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man who has been required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights by orders of competent authority and who as a result of such orders has participated regularly and frequently in aerial flights, as defined in this Executive order, and who subsequently becomes incapacitated for flying by reason of an aviation accident shall not be required to perform such aerial flights during such incapacity for a period not to exceed three months following the date of said accident: (a) During one calendar month. 10 or more flights totaling at least 3 hours, or in lieu thereof to be in the air a total of at least 4 hours. (b) During 2 consecutive calendar 20 or more flights totaling at least 6 months, when the require- hours, or in lieu thereof to be in the ments of subparagraph (a) air a total of at least 8 hours. above have not been met. (c) During 3 consecutive calendar 30 or more flights totaling at least months, when the require- 9 hours, or in lieu thereof to be in ments of subparagraph (b) the air a total of at least 12 hours. above have not been met. (d) For fractions of a calendar month the number bf aerial flights and the time in the air required shall bear the same ratio to the number of flights and the time in the air required for a full calendar month as the period in question bears to a full calendar month. (e) For fractions of two consecutive calendar months the period in question shall be considered as a unit and the number of aerial flights and time in the air required shall bear the same ratio to the number of aerial flights and time in the air required for a full calendar month as the period in question bears to a full calendar month. 1208

Page  1209 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5865 NOTE: The above requirements for any particular period may be met at any time during such period. (f) Each officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man who is required by competent authority to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights and who is a qualified aircraft pilot, and who is fit for duty as such, shall make the flights above required as pilot, except that an officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man who is both a qualified pilot of lighter-than-air aircraft and a qualified aircraft observer shall make the flights above required either as pilot or as observer as may be directed by competent authority. (g) Each officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man who is required by competent authority to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights, and who is a qualified aircraft observer but is not a qualified aircraft pilot, shall make the flights above required as observer. 11. For each officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man of the National Guard who is in an armory drill pay status and who is required to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights the following requirements are prescribed: (a) During one calendar month of any quarterly period. (b) During 2 consecutive calendar months of any quarterly period, when the requirements of subparagraph (a) above have not been met. (c) During 3 consecutive calendar months of any quarterly period, when the requirements of subparagraph (b) above have not been met. 4 aerial flights totaling at least 72 minutes, or be in the air in lieu thereof a total of 96 minutes. 8 aerial flights totaling at least 144 minutes, or be in the air in lieu thereof a total of 192 minutes. 12 aerial flights totaling at least 216 minutes, or be in the air in lieu thereof a total of 288 minutes. (d) Such required flights may be made at ordered drills of the Air Corps organization to which such officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man belongs or is attached, or at other times when so authorized by the senior Air Corps commanding officer of the State. (e) For fractions of a calendar month, the number of aerial flights and the time in the air required shall bear the same ratio to the number of flights and the time in 1209 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 28

Page  1210 EO 5865 8Executive Orders the air required for a full calendar month as the period in question bears to the entire month. (f) The duties prescribed above shall be in addition to any other duty or duties which may be required of such officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men while in attendance at assemblies for drill and instruction, and while participating in exercises or performing duties provided for by sections 94, 97, and 99 of the National Defense Act as amended. 12. A commanding officer shall suspend from flying any officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man under his command who, in his opinion, is unfit for flying, except as a result of an aviation accident. Such action shall be reported with the reasons therefor for confirmation to the authority who issued the order requiring the officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights. The confirmation of such action shall have the effect of suspending the order to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights of the officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man concerned from the date such suspension from flying was made. When any officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man, so suspended from flying, becomes, in the opinion of his commanding officer, again fit for flying, the commanding officer shall revoke his suspension from flying and such action shall be reported, with reasons therefor, for confirmation to the authority who confirmed the suspension from flying; the confirmation of such revocation shall have the effect of terminating the suspension of the officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man concerned from the date of such revocation by his commanding officer: Provided, That in the case of suspension from flying by reason of sickness or injury incurred in line of duty and the suspension is subsequently removed, such suspension shall be considered as nullified from its beginning and the individual concerned shall be entitled to increased pay for flying provided the requirements of paragraph 10 above are complied with. 13. Authorized leaves of absence of personnel required by orders of competent authority to participate regularly and frequently in aerial flights shall not suspend such orders for pay purposes. 14. Compliance with the foregoing requirements constitutes participation in regular and frequent aerial flights within the meaning of the act approved July 2, 1210 mmm oFWl

Page  1211 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5866 1926 (44 Stat. 780), and no flight pay shall accrue to any person during any period in which the provisions of this order are not complied with. The provisions of this order become effective July 1, 1932. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 27, 1982. [No. 5865] Executive Order 5866. June 28, 1932 (xecutibe ~rber PAY AND ALLOWANCES, ENLISTED PERSONNEL MARINE CORPS Pursuant to the authority contained in section 18 of the act of Congress to readjust the pay and allowances of the commissioned and enlisted personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, and Public Health Service, approved June 10, 1922 (42 Stat. 625, 632), the following change is made in Executive Order No. 3705-A of July 1, 1922: The second paragraph of Executive Order No. 3705-A of July 1, 1922, is hereby revoked, and the following is substituted therefor: Enlisted men of the Marine Corps having established their special qualifications in the use of the arm or arms which they are required to use, under such regulations and conditions as are now, or may hereafter be, prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy, shall receive additional compensation, first, second, third, fourth, or fifth 1211

Page  1212 EO 5867 Executive Orders class, for such periods of time as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy, as follows: Additional compensation, first class, $5 per month. Additional compensation, second class, $4 per month. Additional compensation, third class, $3 per month. Additional compensation, fourth class, $2 per month. Additional compensation, fifth class, $1 per month. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, June 28, 1932. [No. 5866] Executive Order 5867. June 28, 1932 Cxetutibe 0rber GEORGE WASHINGTON NATIONAL FOREST VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA In order to avoid the confusion arising from the fact that there is a national park and a national forest in the State of Virginia bearing the same name, that is "Shenandoah," it is hereby ordered that the name of the "Shenandoah National Forest,' as defined by proclamation of January 28, 1927 (44 Stat. 2633-2634), be changed to "George Washington National Forest" in honor of George Washington, first President of the United States. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 28, 1932. [No. 5867] 1212. Ah t

Page  1213 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5869 Executive Order 5868. June 28, 1932 Cxetutibe rbtr RESERVOIR-SITE RESTORATION No. 11 CALIFORNIA So much of the order of June 8, 1926, creating Reservoir-Site Reserve No. 17, as affects the lands hereinafter described is hereby revoked: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN T. 2 S., R. 15 E., sec. 20, S. % SW. 4, SW. Y4 SE. 4; sec. 29, NW. % NE. S; sec. 30, N. Y NE. X, SE. % NE. Y4. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 28, 1932. [No. 5868] Executive Order 5869. June 30, 1932 executibe ~erber DOCUMENTS REQUIRED OF ALIENS ENTERING THE UNITED STATES By virtue of the authority vested in me by the act of Congress approved May 22, 1918 (40 Stat. 559), entitled "AN ACT To prevent in time of war departure from or entry into the United States contrary to the public safety," as extended by the act of Congress of March 2, 1921 (41 Stat. 1205-1217), entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Diplomatic and Consular Service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1922," and with reference to the act of Congress of May 26, 1924 (43 Stat. 153-169), as amended, known as the "Immigration Act of 1924," I hereby prescribe the following regulations governing the entry of aliens into the United States. (In addition to the general immigration laws and regulations, there are special laws and regulations governing the admission of Chinese.) 1213

Page  1214 EO 5869 Executive Orders I Immigrants Immigrants must present immigration visas, quota or nonquota, in accordance with the requirements of the Immigration Act of 1924, except(1) Children born subsequent to the issuance of the immigration visa of the accompanying parent. Such children are not required to present documents of any kind. (2) Aliens who have previously been admitted legally into the United States, have departed therefrom and returned within six months, not having proceeded to countries other than Canada, Newfoundland, St. Pierre, Miquelon, Bermuda, Mexico, Cuba, and other islands included in the Bahama and Greater Antilles groups, are not required to present passports, visas, or permits to reenter. (3) Aliens, other than those specified in (2) above, who have previously been admitted legally into the United States, have departed therefrom, and are returning from a temporary visit abroad, may present, in lieu of immigration visas, permits to reenter, issued pursuant to section 10 of the Immigration Act of 1924. With reference to section 28(e) of the Immigration Act of 1924, the Executive Secretary of the Panama Canal, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, is hereby authorized to issue immigration visas to aliens coming to the United States from the Canal Zone; the Collector of Customs of the Philippine Islands is hereby authorized to issue immigration visas to aliens coming to the United States from the Philippine Islands; the Governor of American Samoa is hereby authorized to issue immigration visas to aliens coming to the United States from American Samoa; and the Governor of Guam is hereby authorized to issue immigration visas to aliens coming to the United States from Guam. II Nonimmigrants With the exceptions hereinafter specified, nonimmigrants must present passports or official documents in the nature of passports issued by the governments of the countries to which they owe allegiance, duly visaed by consular officers of the United States: Provded, however, That no passport visa or transit certificate to enter the United States or the Philippine Islands shall be granted to such an alien if such entry would be contrary to the public safety. Exceptions (1) Persons in transit through the United States or the Philippine Islands to a foreign destination. They may present transit certificates according to regulations prescribed by the Secretary of State. (2) Aliens who are through passengers on vessels touching at ports of the United States. In this connection the term "United States" is to be construed as in section 1 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 874). They may land temporarily, under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Labor, without documents of any kind. 1214 - W'.

Page  1215 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5869 (3) Passports may include any person or persons whose inclusion is proper under the regulations of the issuing government and whose photographs are attached thereto. (4) Citizens of St. Pierre and Miquelon and French citizens domiciled therein; citizens of Canada, Newfoundland, Bermuda, the Bahamas, and islands in the Greater Antilles and Lesser Antilles groups, and the Windward Islands, and citizens or subjects of the countries to which such islands belong, domiciled therein; citizens of Panama, Mexico, Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. Such persons may pass in transit through the United States, or enter the United States temporarily, without passports, visas, or transit certificates. (5) Seamen. Masters of vessels of all nationalities sailing for a port of the United States must submit for visa a list of all the alien members of the vessel's crew to the American consular officer at the port from which the vessel commences its voyage. If there is no American consular officer stationed at that port, the crew list should be submitted at the first port of call (if the vessel touches at any other port) where an American consular officer is located. This does not refer to consular agents, who are not authorized to visa crew lists. However, this paragraph has no application to members of crews of vessels sailing between ports of the United States and ports of Canada, Newfoundland, St. Pierre, and Miquelon and not touching at ports of other countries. Such persons are not required to be documented. When a vessel sails from a port where no American consul is stationed, but which is within a few hours reach by mail of an American consulate, so that unreasonable delay and serious loss would not result from referring the crew list to such consulate, it should be referred thereto for visa. The visa of a shipping commissioner in the Canal Zone shall be accepted as equivalent to the visa of an American consul. If an alien seaman whose name is not included in a visaed crew list arrives at a port of the United States, he shall not be allowed to land except upon the permission of the Secretary of State. (6) Aliens making round-trip cruises from American ports without transshipment from the original vessel to another one while en route, provided the original contract for passage calls for transportation from an American port to the ports included in the cruise, and return to either the original or another American port, require no visas for reentry into the United States. (7) Aliens of no nationality, and those who, when they apply for visas, are outside of the territories of the countries to which they owe allegiance and who, for any reason, are unable to obtain passports or documents in the nature of passports issued by the governments of such countries, and aliens bearing passports issued by governments not recognized by the United States. They may enter the United States with documents showing their origin and identity, visaed by consular officers, under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of State. (8) In cases of emergency the Secretary of State is authorized in his discretion to waive passport and visa requirements for aliens who are nonimmigrants as defined in section 3 of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 153, 154), as amended, and who apply for admission at a port of entry of the United States. (9) The Executive Secretary of the Panama Canal, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, is hereby authorized to issue passport visas and transit certificates to aliens coming to the United States from the Canal Zone; the Collector of Customs of the Philippine Islands is hereby authorized to issue passport visas and transit certificates to aliens coming to the United States from the Philippine Islands; the Governor of American 1215

Page  1216 EO 5869 Executive Orders Samoa is hereby authorized to issue passport visas and transit certificates to aliens coming to the United States from American Samoa; and the Governor of Guam is hereby authorized to issue passport visas and transit certificates to aliens coming to the United States from Guam. III (1) Aliens entering the Philippine Islands, except those referred to in II(1) and II(2), must present passports or documents in the nature of passports, duly visaed by consular officers of the United States; but seamen on vessels of all nationalities touching at a port of the Philippine Islands are not required to be documented. Masters of such vessels are, therefore, not required to present visaed crew lists. (2) Aliens entering any other American possessions not included under section 28(a) of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 153, 168), do not require documents of any kind. The definition contained in section 28 of the Immigration Act of 1924 shall be regarded as applicable to this order, except as herein otherwise specified. The Secretary of State and the Secretary of Labor are hereby authorized to make such additional rules and regulations, not inconsistent with this order, as may be deemed necessary for carrying out the provisions of this order and the statutes mentioned herein. This order shall take effect immediately and shall supersede Executive Order No. 5426 of August 20, 1930, entitled "Documents Required of Aliens Entering the United States," but shall not supersede Executive Order No. 4049 of July 14, 1924, entitled "Documents Required of Aliens entering the United States on Airships," Executive Order No. 4648 of May 13, 1927, entitled "Documents Required of Bona Fide Alien Seamen Entering the United States as Passengers, " or Executive Order No. 4690 of July 11, 1927, relative to Article XXII of the Consular Regulations of 1896. HERBERT HOOVER THEM WHITE HousE, June 30, 1932. [No. 5869] 1216

Page  1217 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5870 Executive Order 5870. June 30, 1932 fxecutfbe (rber CONTINUING TEMPORARILY THE PRESENT STANDARDIZED GOVERNMENT TRAVEL REGULATIONS, SUBJECT TO CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS Part II, sections 207 and 208, of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, amends the Subsistence Expense Act of 1926 (44 Stat. 688, 689) by amending sections 3 and 7 thereof, and repealing sections 4, 5, and 6 thereof, effective July 1, 1932. The Standardized Government Travel Regulations, as amended effective July 1, 1931, approved by the President April 21, 1931, shall continue in effect from and including July 1, 1932, until such time as amended standardized regulations are approved, subject to the following conditions, viz: (1) All provisions relating to reimbursement of actual expenses for subsistence are revoked. (2) Per diem in lieu of actual expenses for subsistence may be allowed not to exceed the rate of $5 within the limits of continental United States, and not to exceed an average of $6 beyond the limits of continental United States. (3) Reimbursable transportation charges will not include gratuitous fees or tips of any kind. The rates of the per diem in lieu of actual expenses for subsistence authorized by the amendatory law and which are set forth above represent the maximum allowable, not the minimum. It is the responsibility of the heads of the departments and establishments to see that travel orders authorize only such per diem rates as are justified by the nature of the travel. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 30, 19SS2. [No. 5870] 1217

Page  1218 EO 5871 Executive Orders Executive Order 5871. June 30, 1932 exetCutibte Drber REGULATIONS GOVERNING SICK LEAVE OF ABSENCE AUTHORIZED BY LAW The regulations of the several executive departments and independent establishments pertaining to the so-called sick leave of absence now authorized by law shall continue in effect until such time as uniform regulations may be prescribed under the authority contained in Part II, section 215, of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 30, 1932. [No. 5871] Executive Order 5872. June 30, 1932 exetutibe Qrter EXEMPTION OF PERSONS FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 204 of Part II of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Govern. ment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, the following-named persons who have reached the retirement age prescribed for automatic separation from the service are hereby exempted from the provisions of that section. Name Department or establishment Professor Charles F. Marvin Department of Agriculture Dr. William J. Humphreys " t 1218

Page  1219 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5872 Name Dr. Isaac M. Cline William M. Steuart John Wyer C. David White Dr. Elwood Mead Abraham L. Houk Charles C. Kellogg James M. Carr John W. McGee George W. Hendrickson George E. Danforth James McD. Reid William M. Philleo Charles C. Shaffer Leonard T. Cool Alfred C. Hooker Robert P. Skinner Edwin V. Morgan James J. Britt Clair A. Huston Allyn A. Packard Albert F. Zahm Charles Martel William Lincoln Brown Juul Dieserud Eliza J. Skinner John Greene Edward A. Huse Dell J. Mott Morris M. Barnard LeClaire Hoover Charles V. Burnside Wilfred P. Borland Elwyn Greene Charles E. McNabb William H. Blackburne J. N. B. Hewitt Walter Hough Dr. Leonhard Stejneger Charles King Dr. Alfred D. Wilkinson Pickens Neagle Nelson P. Webster George C. Haydon Robert J. Mawhinney Department or establishment Department of Agriculture Department of Commerce It de Department of the Interior <( I' Post Office Department at id et Id is cc It id it cc Is de is It It (I It it Department of State It 44 Treasury Department Library of Congress c Ia Government Printing Office cc it cc Architect of the Capitol District of Columbia Federal Trade Commission Interstate Commerce Commission Panama Canal United States Tariff Commission Smithsonian Institution U.S. Soldiers' Home Veterans' Administration Navy Department Executive Office War Department Department of Justice 1219

Page  1220 EO 5873 Executive Orders Name Franklin G. Wixson Frank Bond Department or establishment Department of Justice U.S. Geographic Board HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 80, 1932. [No. 58721 Executive Order 5873. June 30, 1932 Cxecutibe @rber TEMPORARY EXEMPTION OF PERSONS FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE By virtue of the authority vested in me be section 204 of Part II of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, the following-named persons who have reached the retirement age prescribed for automatic separation from the service, are hereby temporarily exempted from the provisions of that section and continued in the service until August 1, 1932. Name Millard J. Moore Frank C. Skinner Joseph A. Hill Jasper S. Bilby Stephen J. Kubel John M. Nickles Charles J. Groseclose James H. H. Hewett William Bertrand Acker Timothy W. Stanton Mrs. Carrie B. Allen Horace M. Sanford William A. Newcome Frank H. Larned Miles M. Shand Department or establishment Department of Commerce Department of the Interior de cc de cc.I Department of State t it 1220

Page  1221 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Sydney Y. Smith George 0. Von Nerta Clarence A. Miller Ernest K. Wilkins Joseph D. Nevius George W. Ashworth William D. Heins Thomas H. Carroll Henry B. Shuman George W. Koonce Francis A. Sebring Oscar D. Weed James Edward Jones Samuel Keemle John T. Marchand Fred W. Ranno Frank H. Cole Coates W. Shoemaker Joseph Michaelson George W. Littlehales Thomas F. Flanagan Oliver P. Murry William McLean Edgar Wommack Department or establishment Department of State Treasury Department It de War Department District of Columbia Interstate Commerce Is $. Commission a' Ia de IC Smithsonian Institution Navy Department i de l I.... These temporary exemptions are made so as to afford the time necessary to determine whether the public interest requires that permanent exemptions be granted. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 30, 1932. [No. 5873] Executive Order 5874. June 30, 1932 executibe! rber TEMPORARY EXEMPTION OF PERSONS FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE IN ORDER TO AFFORD TIME FOR FILLING VACANCIES By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 204 of Part II of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Govern1221

Page  1222 EO 5874 Executive Orders ment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, the following-named persons who have reached the retirement age prescribed for automatic separation from the service, are hereby temporarily exempted from the provisions of that section and continued in the service until July 10, 1932. POSTAL SERVICE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE INSPECTION SERVICE. Name Joe P. Johnston William R. Keys Robert E. Barry William M. Coble Henry P. Reese Theodore W. Swift Frank E. Davis Laura Lusk Position Location Inspector in Charge Saint Paul, Minnesota Inspector in Charge Chattanooga, Tennessee Post Office Inspector Atlanta, Georgia Post Office Inspector Kansas City, Missouri Post Office Inspector New York, New York. Post Office Inspector Boston, Massachusetts Chief Clerk, Division Head- St. Louis, Mo. quarters of Post Office Inspectors. Clerk, Division Headquarters St. Louis, Mo. of Post Office Inspectors. OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE POST OFFICE SERVICE. Name Frank R. Barnett John McDonald Edw. F. Koppersmith Joseph P. Harrison Henry W. Lathlean Harvey D. Wilkinson Henry H. Garner Addison A. Kauffman Viola LeBlanc Chas. H. Hall Frank S. Boner James E. Dougherty Solomon Froman Richard J. Burrows Archie H. Elliott Fred L. Sieke Geo. C. Beauchamp Patrick A. Burns Emma H. Bushnell W. E. Dean John F. Harney James F. Lane Thos. A. McIntyre Mary A. Morgan Eric Nilan Position Clerk Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Foreman Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Clerk Clerk Location Bessemer, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Phoenix, Ariz. Fayetteville, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Bakersfield, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Glendale, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. 1222 -- ---------------------------- -

Page  1223 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Wm. O'Neill Geo. Spiller Grant W. Strominger Asa E. White Chas. A. Wisewell Douglass Zirkle Geo. L. Hampsch Chas. F. Severance Abraham L. Kirby Geo. A. Pilger James A. Burns Arthur Dallwig Walter A. Laidlaw Chas. F. Noren Samuel E. Smith Chas. D. Brimhall Louis Theurer Sidney 0. Dickinson Albert N. Kingsbury James M. Graves Edmund C. Murphy Christopher J. Collins Wm. A. Wells Chas. H. Tomlinson Geo. G. Russell Wm. H. Meitzler Abner P. Gilmore Jens Nelson Emil Heer Ella S. Carter Thomas S. Johnson Mattie Cobb Nicholas J. Caas James W. Miller Charles A. Hilts Fred A. Rice Thos. J. Cleary Walter P. Putnam Thomas B. Reeve Edwin 0. Brooker Roy Mahaffey James Lawler John L. Kite Chas. L. Rummel George V. Worth Walter T. Wheeler Fred Anderson No. 1 Position Clerk Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Assistant Superintendent Mails Carrier Clerk Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Cashier Carrier Carrier Asst Postmaster Foreman Carrier Carrier Clerk Clerk Asst Postmaster Special Clerk Clerk Watchman Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Carrier Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Clerk Special clerk Location San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Santa Ana, Calif. Santa Cruz, Calif. Stockton, Calif. Denver, Colorado. Bridgeport, Conn. Bridgeport, Conn. Bridgeport, Conn. Bridgeport, Conn. Danbury, Conn. Danbury, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn Meriden, Conn. Middletown, Conn. New London, Conn. Norwich, Conn. Waterbury, Conn. Milford, Delaware. Washington, D. C. Ocala, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Carrollton, Ga. Aurora, Ill. Aurora, Ill. Bloomington, Ill. Blue Island, Ill. Elgin, Ill. Freeport, Ill. Jacksonville, Ill. Joliet, Ill. Joliet, Ill. Lincoln, Ill. Mendota, Ill. Vandalia, Ill. Waukegan, Ill. Woodstock, Ill. Chicago, Illinois. 1223

Page  1224 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name Clarence A. Benedict Gordon C. Blair, Alfred A. Bowden Jos. P. Cody Felix Curran Hermann B. Daigger Niels J. Deichmann William E. Dixon John J. Donovan Win. Ebben Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Timothy Foley Samuel Granick Thomas W. Holian Chas. B. Ingram Rich'd A. Lingame Henry J. Lund Hugh Y. McLinden Alexander Rokes Wm. H. Sabin Michael Sarsfield Thomas F. Scully, Daniel Simmons David A. Smith Albert G. Wainwright Chas. J. Watrouse, James H. Weller Chauncey A. Wheeler Frank D. Winchester, Frederick C. Allen Wm. A. Barnard, Henry F. Blankenhagen Carl Callsen Jeremiah A. Dea William W. Dubois, Frank Faul John C. Goennel Wm. Harjes William Harper Wm. E. Hicks Fred H. Jones Henry Merts George C. Shaefer Henry J. Spencer, Thomas E. Stapleton Bert E. Whitney, Elmer E. Morris Alfred A. Rowland Chas. Cadwallader Position Spcl Clerk Sped Clerk Spcl Clerk Asst. Supt Sta. Spcl Clerk Sped Clerk Spcl Clerk Clerk Spcl Clerk Clerk Clerk Laborer Clerk Sped clerk Clerk Spcl Clerk Special Clerk Sped Clerk Laborer Cashier Spcl Clerk Foreman Clerk Clerk Spcl Clerk Spcl Clerk Spcl Clerk Spcl Clerk Foreman Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Special Clerk Clerk Carrier 1224 Location Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois. Anderson, Indiana Auburn, Indiana Crawfordsville, Indiana - ------ ----- ---,

Page  1225 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Geo. J. A. Zimmer Ella Lorah Addison G. Beeler Levi Hooker Geo. B. Humphrey Mark L. Dicken Emma A. McCoy Austin Black Chas. M. Canaday Chas. W. Goldey Michael S. Hoover Charles M. Russell Wm. E. Simpson Frank House Frank M. Cimmerman John A. Longshore Wm. S. Preston John C. Horer Chas. C. Bock Anthony B. Klein Jessie E. Ade Samuel P. Ives Reas D. Lancaster Frank C. Lutton Thomas Lydon Henry Mindorfer Wm. C. Kummer Michael L. Cullinan Wm. H. Powell Louis H. Woodman Walter J. Welty Miles L. Mitchell George P. Shuler David L. Carson John F. Brown Augustus E. Diamond Thomas J. McKim John E. McDermott B. Sel Miller Royal Moody, Jr. Julia E. Watson H. D. Cochran Allie E. Yager Alex Botsay, Jr Albert J. B. Floote Alex A. Lambert Jos. J. Love Julia A. Mehn Harry B. Robinson Position Carrier Clerk Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Carrier Clerk Clerk Assistant Postmaster Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Supt. Station Special Clerk Carrier Laborer Clerk Clerk Carrier Assistant Postmaster Carrier Clerk Assistant Postmaster Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Foreman Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk 1225 Location Elkhart, Indiana Elwood, Indiana Evansville, Indiana Evansville, Indiana Fort Wayne, Indiana Frankfort, Indiana Hammond, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Lafayette, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Peru, Indiana Princeton, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana South Bend, Indiana Valparaiso, Indiana Winchester, Indiana Cedar Rapids, Iowa Council Bluffs, Iowa Council Bluffs, Iowa Davenport, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Dubuque, Iowa Keokuk, Iowa Sioux City, Iowa Chanute, Kansas Manhattan, Kansas Neodesha, Kansas Salina, Kansas Salina, Kansas Topeka, Kansas Henderson, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Mayfield, Ky. Owensboro, Ky New Orleans, La New Orleans, La New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Augusta, Maine. 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 29

Page  1226 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name Daniel J. Spellman Effie I. Akers Isaac N. Stanley Clarence M. Chesney George A. Deaver Lawrence J. Fennelly Adam J. Gunther Wm. B. Hamer Charles H. Holton George A. Kestler Augusta Lautenberger Wm. M. Lease Daniel J. McGonigle Harry G. Taylor Jas. R. Wicks Samuel T. Woodall Wilmer L. Barnes Samuel A. Gleichman Theodore A. Kauffman Joseph H. Blunt Frank B. Eldredge Patrick H. Gegan Charles V. Howard Ada M. Powers James W. Bates Walter A. Sillard Edward B. Sparrow Burton E. Crownin Frank H. Wood Herman G. Burkhardt James O'Connell Timothy J. Dineen Henry A. Lynch John A. McManus Sylvester H. Sheehan Edwards Cheney Charles A. Clough Frederick E. Bramhall Bernard J. Curtin Charles A. Gage John W. Richardson Edgar G. Smith Herbert F. Brown James T. Cairns George T. Castle Thomas Littlewood Saul Palmer John P. Zilch Samuel Watts Position Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Asst. Supt. of Mails Asst. Supt of Mails Carrier Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Asst. Pm. Clerk Asst. Pm. Carrier Special Clerk Foreman Clerk Carrier it it it It Clerk Carrier Asst. P. M. Clerk SpcClerk Clerk SpcClerk Carrier Clerk Carrier SpcClerk Supt. Station Carrier Location Bangor, Maine Norway, Maine Portland, Maine Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Bel Air, Md. Cumberland, Md. Westminster, Md. Andover, Mass. Attleboro, Mass. Brockton, Mass. Danvers, Mass. i i Gardner, Mass. Haverhill, Mass. Holyoke, Mass. Lawrence, Mass. cg Ct Lowell, Mass. Lynn, Mass. Marblehead, Mass New Bedford, Mass. North Adams, Mass. North Attleboro, Mass. Peabody, Mass. 1226

Page  1227 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Louise T. Cotting William H. Healey John T. Cuffe Benjamin A. Mansfield Raymond F. Chapin Charles V. Sloan William P. MacCarthy Frank H. Vallely Edward V. Hoyt George H. Mallalieu Patrick Ahern Patrick W. Barry Joseph J. Bevins Martin F. Burns Francis A. Clementson Thomas F. Coughlan Richard F. Daly Hugh J. Donahoe Andrew F. Dwyer Michael Fahey William Gavin Walter I. Gerrold Charles A. Grant Herbert N. Hanson Thomas F. Hurley Mark J. Keaney Timothy J. Lynch # I James J. Malley John P. Quigley Goerge A. Robertson Ellen F. Sullivan Timothy G. Tynes Charles H. Wells Elbridge M. Worth Carl J. Youngren Albert W. Brink James P. Carlan Pierce F. Cass Thomas P. Conboy James H. Curtin W. H. Denehy Thomas A. Farren Alfred H. Griffin Thomas W. Kerr Charles E. Kimball Charles F. McBride William H. McClare Donald J. McGilvray Joseph B. McManus Position Clerk It cc Carrier SpcClerk Carrier it Laborer SpcClerk Clerk Bookkeeper Clerk SpcClerk. it Laborer Clerk Supt. Station SpcClerk Asst. Supt. Mails Clerk SpcClerk. cc Laborer Clerk SpcClerk Clerk Foreman SpcClerk II it Carrier It it It it it it it t t~ n{ ns Location Provincetown, Mass. Salem, Mass. c It Springfield, Mass. it.. Taunton, Mass. Winchester, Mass. Worcester, Mass. ICg Boston, Mass. n gg i t t itt it it It (. it t t t ~n n It " g ".. It ~g C ~g ~ tt gt..... stt CC...~{ CsC.....~.... 1227

Page  1228 EO 5874 Name John W. Martin Henry F. Mernin James H. Monahan Clement Moriarty John F. Mulhern John J. Murray Charles H. Norton Arthur J. O'Leary David C. Rockwood Charles H. Stevens Daniel T. Sullivan Morgan P. Sweeney William G. Wallace John W. Hannahan Frederick G. Haynes Raymond M. Kurtz Grant H. Winter William W. Finch Henry Kleinknecht Elsie A. McKernan Frank Orcutt Arthur E. Brace Ami Nelson Abraham L. Moore Harry L. French Frank J. Dahn Louis Christensen Olaf A. Wickland Royal S. Bartlett Charles R. Wilkinson Edward L. Alwin Carl A. K. Johnson John H. Foley Nels Hayden Thomas Phillips John H. Bremermann Philip F. Backer George L. Williams W. S. Benrath Frank M. Blair Joseph F. Cole Charles R. Cree John E. Dickinson Miles S. Garland Alex Love Ed McAdow Edward L. Morse Patrick J. O'Reilly Jonas L. Pearson Executive Orders Position Carrier it Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Assistant Postmaster Carrier Clerk Assistant Postmaster Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Laborer Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Laborer Location Boston, Mass. It it Jefferson City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Dert M H gM Hb BcM KassCiy~ o 1228

Page  1229 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name William G. Williams C. W. Peecher Charles D. Bell Wm. N. Coyner Seymour H. Harman Joseph H. Lamb Benedict Loevy John Messmer John H. Schulze William Walker Charles A. Wilhardt John W. Schooler Horace E. Newton Kurtz K. Stoner Charles H. Creighton Michael J. Grady Schuyler C. Quinn John W. Willey John A. Pilsbury Herbert O. Burleigh Herbert J. Peaslee Frank L. Blair Fred H. Wheeler William V. Ryan Charles I. Woodbury Hiram Walton Louis C. Joyce Louis Gineback Howard F. Adams Charles L. Hammell Thomas E. Simpson Anna M. Terrell John J. Coen John A. Campbell Alvin B. Westcott Robert Alexander George P. Me Anderson John Sheehan Theodore Wines, Jr. Mortimer C. Harris John C. Hehn A. Hopper Speer George J. Trabold Harry Craft Avry R. Doremus Raymond Neer Vincent R. Dodd John R. McCormick Robert Campbell Position Carrier Clerk Supt. of Station Clerk Clerk Carrier Assistant Cashier Carrier Special Clerk Clerk Clerk Assistant Postmaster Assistant Postmaster Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Assistant Postmaster Carrier Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Assistant Postmaster Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Assistant Postmaster Clerk Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Assistant Postmaster Laborer Carrier Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier 1229 Location Kansas City, Mo. Marshall, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Trenton, Mo. Aurora, Nebraska. Beatrice, Nebraska Omaha, Nebraska. Omaha, Nebraska. Omaha, Nebraska. Omaha, Nebraska. Concord, New Hampshire Franklin, New Hampshire Franklin, New Hampshire Manchester, New Hampshire Manchester, New Hampshire Manchester, New Hampshire Nashua, New Hampshire Asbury Park, New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey Bridgeton, New Jersey Burlington, New Jersey Burlington, New Jersey Camden, New Jersey Chatham, New Jersey East Orange, New Jersey Englewood, New Jersey Englewood, New Jersey Jersey City, New Jersey Jersey City, New Jersey Jersey City, New Jersey Jersey City, New Jersey Milleville, New Jersey Newark, New Jersey Newark, New Jersey Orange, New Jersey Passaic, New Jersey Paterson, New Jersey Paterson, New Jersey Phillipsburg, New Jersey Plainfield, New Jersey Ridgewood, New Jersey

Page  1230 EO 5874 Name Samuel F. Lynch William A. Walsh Harry C. Bigelman William Weber Goerge W. Brower Samuel Weller Charles F. Boltz Nelson S. Hays Daniel E. Phillipps Michael McHugh John Armstrong, Jr. Robert B. Wilkes Wm. W. Hinds Wm. S. Baulsir Joe E. Bennett Frances E. Bockelman Louis Clasen U. Sidney Evans John French, No. 1 James S. Hodnett John J. Morey Patrick F. O'Brien Herbert 0. Reast John G. Ruhlman George D. Slater Thomas F. Starkey Willard L. Whitman William H. Denny Max H. Kohllahn James A. Lanigan Frank J. McCarthy James T. Mahoney Leo B. Mullenhoff Adelbert E. Park Gaylon G. Griswold Henry V. Gould W. J. O'Neill Sophia Nagle Michael Brett John Maloney Frank Humm Francis L. Jennings Arthur D. Steward Wayne B. Temple Fred A. Crosley Albert W. Dobbs Charles W. Mabee Mary VanKirk Smith Fred W. Foote Executive Orders Position Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Laborer Carrier Carrier Asst. Supt. Mails Clerk Supt Station Carrier Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Foreman Carrier Clerk Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Asst. P. M. Clerk Carrier Asst. P. M. Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Asst. P. M. Asst P. M. Asst. P. M. Carrier Clerk Clerk 1230 Location Ridgewood, New Jersey Ridgewood, New Jersey Rutherford, New Jersey Summit, New Jersey Union City, New Jersey Washington, New Jersey Westfield, New Jersey Wildwood, New Jersey Albuquerque, N. M. Albany, N. Y. Auburn, N. Y. Bath, N. Y. Binghamton, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Canandaigua, N. Y. Canton, N. Y. Carthage, N. Y. Corning, N. Y. Dunkirk, N. Y. Elmira, N. Y. Far Rockaway, N. Y. Flushing, N.'Y. Fulton, N. Y. Geneva, N. Y. Gowanda, N. Y. Homer, N. Y. Ithaca, N. Y. Ithaca, N. Y. Ithaca, N. Y. Jamestown, N. Y.

Page  1231 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Wm. H. Stamp Emil Scherer Elbert S. Hemingway Edward C. Howland Frederick A. Montross John Greiner Frank J. Mills Wm. B. Moynihan Martha E. Champion Henry A. Dugan George S. Houghton Frank E. Rice Charles H. Fulton Cornelius G. Hanningan Edward G. Bronson Simon J. Hadley Thomas J. Larkin James J. Leahy Chester A. Roarick Lewis L. Sears James J. Kelley Oliver Lee Arthur P. Jewett Asa W. Vincent Clifford W. Pullis William Thompson Fred A. Webb Fred C. Wilson Thos. F. Baxter Jas. M. Bishop Thomas W. Brady Albert Brocker Geo. W. Brimeyer Wm. H. S. Brown Thomas J. Burke John H. Connolly John J. Corley George A. Cronk John H. Culbert Francis J. Cunningham Hattie A. Dixon Frank P. Downing Patrick M. Drew Arthur W. Dunkell Thomas Duggan Michael F. Farrell Walter L. Follett George H. Gerrety Wm. T. Gutgsell Position Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Laborer Special clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Asst. P. M. Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Spc. Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Asst. Supt. Station Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Laborer Laborer Special Clerk Special Clerk Asst. Supt. Mails 1231 Location Le Roy, N. Y. Mamaroneck, N. Y. Mount Vernon, N. Y. Mount Vernon, N. Y. Peekskill, N. Y. Plattsburg, N. Y. Rochester, N. Y. Rochester, N. Y. Schenectady, N. Y. Schenectady, N. Y. Schenectady, N. Y. Schenectady, N. Y. Southampton, N. Y. Staten Island, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Tarrytown, N. Y. Troy, N. Y. Utica, N. Y. Wellsville, N. Y. White Plains, N. Y. Yonkers, N. Y. Yonkers, N. Y. Yonkers, N. Y. New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York

Page  1232 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name Richard J. Gillespie Andrew Hitzel Philip A. Holland James Johnston John R. Jones Geo. H. Kemp Henry Lippmann Peter E. McCarton John T. McCormick Jos. McDonald James McIntosh John McKee John S. McShane Patrick J. McTiernan Wm. S. Magee Charles Mallen John J. Masterson, No. 2 Timothy Mihigan Jas. F. Mohen Albert Neusch John T. Newbold John Nolan Richard F. O'Brien Michael S. O'Connor John D. C. Riecke William F. Ross Wm. J. Ross Theo. J. Scheffler Maurice Simon Abraham Slutzky, No. 1 Antonio Spina Jerry Thomas Michael Toohey Tony Volpe Frank E. Weber John C. Clancy John J. Collier William Fichter John Hahn James Keegan Patrick J. McCarthy Michael McMahon Patrick Murphy, #2 Sheldon S. Relyea James J. Seery Russell Wiley Marcus L. Hawkins William C. Couch Position Foreman Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Laborer Special Clerk Asst. Supt. Delivery Laborer Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Asst. Cashier Special Clerk Asst. Supt. Mails Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Bookeeper Laborer Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Laborer Asst. Supt. Mails Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Laborer Laborer Laborer Laborer Foreman Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Location New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York Charlotte, North Carolina Durham, N. C. Elizabeth City, N. C. Lemuel J. D. Whitehurst Carrier 1232

Page  1233 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name William G. Thornton Charles Gueth Shelly Swain Numa F. Murdock John H. Clark Robert Barnett George O. Stough Alfred A. Babcock Charles A. Bennett Isaac B. Baxter John E. Beck W. G. Hohler Harry J. Lorenz William E. S. Redman Elisha M. Hagans Charles Hauck Charles W. Leever Warren W. Lindsay Thomas J. McDonough Marie H. Burgess John C. Campbell Oscar J. Egert Edmund Funk Robert G. Holt Edward L. Matthias Frank H. Nelson Eugene E. Pratt Frank J. Holmes James N. Kennon William Twigg, Jr. Elias S. Marsh Edgar W. Waymire Kate A. Ayers Goerge H. Meek George C. Lance W. A. Cousins Andrew H. Clarke Jacob S. Au Albert Wrede Theodore Von Bargen August F. Borchardt Charles H. Hetrick Richard G. Shawen Albert B. Wagner Frank P. Weiss James W. McQueen Harry L. Clark George E. Hamilton Fred Hickox Position Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Carrier Sup't Mails Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Cashier Carrier Carrier Special Clerk Special Clerk Ass't. Cashier Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Special Clerk Sup't. Station A. Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Village Carrier Carrier Laborer Special Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier 1233 Location Fayetteville, N. C. High Point, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. Salisbury, N. C. Wilson, N. C. Barberton, Ohio Bellefontaine, Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Crestline, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Defiance, Ohio Fostoria, Ohio Fremont, Ohio Gallipolis, Ohio Lancaster, Ohio Mansfield, Ohio North Baltimore, Ohio Piqua, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Wellsville, Ohio Xenia, Ohio Xenia, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio

Page  1234 EO 5874 Name Elbert S. Ferrell Richard J. Wendt Thomas G. Jackson Virgie Byrd Robert J. Cooper Leendert Duivensteyn Laura H. McDonald Stanley S. Stevens Ernest C. Thurston Wm. E. Barr Seward L. Schaffer Andrew H. Twichell Charles Sonnik George Crook Walter S. Kitchen Wm. O. Sassman Stephen B. Smith Henry Wagner Wm. J. Cliber Patrick J. Weir Leon M. Hay Isaac S. Lyster Lewis K. Watkins George W. Hall John A. Williams Francis A. Fox Wm. F. McClelland Sylvester J. Mahoney Ulysses S. Steele Wm. H. Werner George Wieland James Bone, Wm. M. Bauman Jas. B. Potteiger Absalom S. Yoder Wm. S. Loucks Griffith M. Griffiths Peter F. Shoener Wat Tyler Wilmer T. Hannum Sumner B. Dennis Daniel J. Danneker Ulyssess G. Elder Mildton D. Fry George J. Garver Benj. F. Grim J. Edwin Seitz Martin Berkery Samuel J. Bowker Executive Orders Position Clerk Carrier Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Supt. of Mails Carrier Carrier Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Clerk Clerk Asst. Pm. Carrier Carrier Spec. Clerk Laborer Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Spec. Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Clerk Supt. of Mails Carrier Clerk Carrier Supt. of Sta. Carrier Clerk Clerk Clerk Special Clerk 1234 Location Zanesville, Ohio Chickasha, Okla. El Reno, Okla. Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Altoona, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa. Carnegie, Pa. Chambersburg, Pa. Chester, Pa. Easton, Pa. Easton, Pa. Easton, Pa. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Hollidaysburg, Pa. Honesdale, Pa. Jenkintown, Pa. Lansdowne, Pa. Lansdowne, Pa. Lock Haven, Pa. Phoenixville, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittston, Pa. Reading, Pa. Reading, Pa. Reading, Pa. Scottdale, Pa. Scranton, Pa. Scranton, Pa. Shamokin, Pa. West Chester, Pa. Wilkes Barre, Pa. Williamsport, Pa. Williamsport, Pa. Williamsport, Pa. York, Pa. York, Pa. York, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. it it

Page  1235 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Frank L. Boyd Wm. F. Burrows Jas. Carr, Jr. Alexander Cummings Wm. J. Currey James L. Gihon Patrick H. Gormley Charles F. Hatzfeld George E. Hooper John D. Jones Peter Kane James J. Kennedy Henry Kersting Michael J. Leahy Robert McConomy Jas. F. McGettigan Thomas E. McMenamin James A. Maguire John P. Moore Lewis H. Moore Edward S. O'Hara Philip S. Pierce Chas. W. Simpson Jos. L. Rowley John A. Shetter John Smith Edwin G. Wilgus Samuel G. Wrath Frank L. Hibbard Isaac L. Blackmar, Jr. Jos. H. Bradshaw, John T. Carty Nicholas W. Rees Matthew W. Peurifoy Robert B. Lane William Shelton George M. Dodson Wm. I. Wade William S. Eckerly James A. Coleman Wm. F. Cotton Wm. A. Phillips Wm. F. Kuhn Herbert H. Winn Wm. M. Winn, Jr. Ambrose B. Ross Fred M. Soland Julian P. Angell Position Special Clerk Clerk Clerk Laborer Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Special Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Special Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Special Clerk Assistant Superintendent Mails Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Clerk Clerk Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Supt Station Carrier Clerk Carrier 1235 Location Philadelphia, Pa. cc cc cc it cc ccI cc gc cc cc cc It R t It it tc It it it atta g, tn. noxville, T. noxville, I. ttis. Nattshvil, Tenn. Knasville, Tenn. Knasville, Tenn. si, Texs. Ennis, Texas. Pawlestinucke, R. I. Providence, R. I. Providence, R. I. Providence, R. I, Providence, R. I. Columbia, S. C. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Austin, Texas. Dallas, Texas. Dallas, Texas. Ennis, Texas. Houston, Texas. Palestine, Texas.

Page  1236 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name Thomas T. Tanner Moses P. Clinton Wm. H. Bachman James Wood Wm. T. Brickey Emil H. Lund James G. Smith Herbert C. Armstrong, Timothy E. Crowley Charles F. Graves Jas. W. McLain L. L. Spofford George A. Miller Wm. S. Keesling Pleasant H. Doswell Wm. D. Ivy John J. Parker, George Elliott, Wm. H. L. Garlette John Tyler John M. Gordon, Julian F. Green Walter H. Shapland Charles J. Richardson, Will W. Gaylord, John W. Godfrey, James M. Casey Anthony C. Graff James T. Rubican Arthur C. Ward, Peter F. McDonnell Katherine Horn, Stella Ewart, Wm. A. Stewart Edward Schul, Edward P. Kevin August J. Schmidt, Florus Stellingware, George J. Kohlman James T. Mills, Wm. T. Logie Frank 0. Tidmarsh Jens Nelson William T. Allen George F. Lingham George W. Williams Samuel Robertson Levi B. Armstead Michael J. Dougherty Position Clerk Clerk Clerk Clerk carrier carrier carrier Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Clerk Spcl clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Spcl Clerk Carrier Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Clerk Carrier Spcl Clerk Spcl Clerk Carrier Carrier Clerk Clerk Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Clerk Carrier Carrier Special Clerk Special Clerk Clerk Clerk Carrier Special Clerk Foreman 1236 Location Terrell, Texas. Waco, Texas. Wichita Falls, Texas. Logan, Utah Provo, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Bennington, Vt Rutland, Vt Saint Albans, Vt Alexanderia, Va Alexandria, Va Bedford, Va. Bristol, Va Danville, Va Danville, Va. Franklin, Va. Norfolk, Va Norfolk, Va Norfolk, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Roanoke, Va Centralia, Washington. Everett, Washington Seattle, Washington Seattle, Washington Seattle, Washington Seattle, Washington Spokane, Washington Charleston W. Va. Hinton, W. Va. Moundsville, W. Va Wheeling, W. Va La Crosse, Wisconsin La Crosse, Wisconsin La Crosse, Wisconsin Racine, Wisconsin Racine, Wisconsin. Superior, Wisconsin. Whitewater, Wisconsin Saint Petersburg, Fla. Augusta, Georgia Boston, Massachusetts Saint Louis, Missouri South Orange, New Jersey Philadelphia, Penna. Philadelphia, Penna.

Page  1237 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Michael Maloney Samuel F. Neslen Robert Lincoln Chase Position Foreman Carrier Carrier Location Scranton, Penna Salt Lake City, Utah Chippewa Falls, Wis. OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE RURAL MAIL SERVICE. Name George A. Glover Charles G. Shores Thomas P. Bailey Andrew A. Wilson Van Livingston Olivar C. Dark William H. Kilgore, Jr. Samuel A. Reynolds Walter L. Mosley Dixon B. Jones Thomas A. Carpenter William S. Owen Arthur P. Bean Steven A. Milstead Levi S. Welch John C. Naylor J. Ernest Watkins James B. Taylor Alfred H. Rutledge Walter Jones Theodore Simonsen Edward B. Haynes George K. Taylor Charles F. Lee Leander W. Taylor Thomas F. Myers William D. Murray Pearl I. Bird Fred M. Lutschg Clarence F. Bronner Mark R. McNay Albert Kern Leo W. Netherland James A. Smith Philip S. Jewell Lewis E. Dolph W. C. Blanchard William M. Cummings Wilbur M. Abbott James T. Cooksey Daniel W. Holder Jesse H. Bratley Position Rural Carrier I if I it t Rural Carrier 't tt '' '' 't '' '' ' '' ' Location Adamsville, Alabama. Warrior, " Wedowee, " Opelika, " Vernon, Alexander City, " Equality, " Minter, " Orrville, " Hope Hull, Eastaboga, " Summerdale, " Huntsville, " Sheffield, " Spring Valley, Arkansas. Lonoke, " Belleville, Holly Grove, " Dardanelle, " Waldron, Arkansas. Saint Helena, California. Fillmore, " Livermore, " Dixon, " Selma, " Brentwood, " San Luis Obispo," Orange, Fullerton, " Morgan Hill, " Turlock, " Stockton, " Winters, Bakersfield, " Downey, " Cedaredge, Colorado. Wellington, " Willimantic, Connecticut. Milford, " Lamont, Florida. Newberry, " Miami, " 1237

Page  1238 EO 5874 Name John B. Hall Archibald M. Sandifer Wiley L. Garrison David G. Miller Henry M. Chisolm John S. Walker W. S. Robinson Benjamin A. Mann Young T. Sheffield Herbert L. Abernathy George W. Davenport Walter R. Williams George E. Wilson J. Madison Mize Andrew W. McGlaun Isaac M. Pierce James E. Barron Fred H. Cox Tilman M. Wilder James J. Jordan William H. Morris Emanuel L. Overstreet William B. Rowell Albert S. Smith Albert White William A. Hunt Wilbur H. McNeal Lewis D. Conover Hugh F. Marshall John F. Gainer Jesse D. Ogden Joseph W. Satterfield Isam R. Yates Charles W. Warnock William H. Underhill Clarence E. Lamport William A. Baker William E. Bates Samuel A. Cox William J. Emigh Wm. J/ Jestes Ulysses G. Stewart George H. Furrow August C. Goeddeke Wm. C. Seiple Alonzo J. Taylor Isaac D. Koger James M. Clark Loyal P. Taylor Executive Orders Position Rural Carrier It It it It It IC (I.. It (. it t t t it It It It.. tt it It it it it.. It It (I i. It cc It It It It it t (( t tt Et td Ed tt Ct Et tt Ed tt '' '' tl Ed Et tE Et tE Ed Ed tt td Ed Ed tt Ed '' tE Ed Ed Et Et Ed tE Ed tt Et td '' g Ed E Ed E Ed E Ed E Ed E Ed E Ed Ed E Ed Ed E " E Ed E Ed Ed ~E Ed E Ed E Ed E Location Barney, Georgia Locust Grove, Georgia Haralson, Georgia Doraville, Georgia Byron, Georgia Milan, Georgia Ideal, Georgia Blakely, Georgia Pinehurst, Georgia Goggins, Georgia Clem, Georgia Danville, Georgia Locust Grove, Georgia Commerce, Georgia Cusseta, Georgia Zeigler, Georgia White, Georgia Farmington, Georgia Acree, Georgia Lilburn, Georgia Lyons, Georgia Wadley, Georgia Bowden, Georgia White Plains, Georgia Payette, Idaho Rupert, Idaho Paloma, Illinois Monica, Illinois Sparta, Illinois Palatine, Illinois Paris, Illinois Plymouth, Illinois Belle Rive, Illinois Mason City, Illinois Seneca, Illinois Momence, Illinois Good Hope, Illinois Camp Point, Illinois Greenville, Illinois Batavia, Illinois Sorento, Illinois Carthage, Illinois Washburn, Illinois Itasca, Illinois Princeton, Illinois Monticello, Illinois Harvel, Illinois Genoa, Illinois Rardin, Illinois 1238

Page  1239 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Ralph E. Sterrett James Lee Charlie E. Roberts John T. Shaw Edmund B. Noble Abel Olive, Henry Tevault Josias F. M. Fay Joseph E. Floyd C. E. Johnsonbaugh Frank B. Randolph Ralph Lewis James S. Latta Samuel E. Bond John W. Chaplin Alton S. Mygrant Albion D. Swank Joseph A. O'Niel Frank M. Newlee Chris. C. Maynard Elmer E. Gore, Daniel G. Koenig Frank Grafton Ephraim E. Hartzler John J. Evans Geo. W. Dillinger Harry C. Moran Geo. W. Resur, Thomas J. Dean Wm. A. Hammers Geo. F. Botts, Alfred B. Wooden James H. Everson Oliver P. M. Morris Edmund R. Abel Basil L. Durbin Edward E. Vaughn Ora Nelson James D. Davis Wm. S. Tyndall Chas. J. Hutchison Williford G. Cantor Miletus N. Gaskell James G. Irwin Wm. H. Brune Cary O. Snyder Wllis E. Redmond Lawrence Hornbrook Wm. S. Henderson Position Rural Carrier " " "t " it It it It it Id Ic It it It It ti It if g, ~ it tt it t g' g, n Is tt ng g It n; It n. tt '' '' It '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' ' '' C' '' ' '' ' '' ' '' ' '' ' gg '' ' '' ~' Location Little York, Illinois Trenton, Illinois. Geneseo, Illinois Roodhouse, Illinois. McLean, " Worden, " Stendal, Indiana. Boonville, Indiana. Switz City, " Anderson, " Rockville, Seymour, " Mooresville, " Liberty, " Anderson, Kokomo, " Walkerton, " Booneville, " Muncie, Indiana. Marion, " Wakarusa, " Bremen, " Francesville, " Topeka, " Lebanon, " Winamac, " Cloverdale, " Portland, " Sheridan, " Parker, Sullivan, Wolcott, " New Palestine, " Shelbyville, Warsaw, " Fowler, " Lebanon, " Tipton, " Spencerville, " Nashville, Flora, Huron, " Liberty, " Batesville, " Rockfield, Fulton, Petersburg, " Shenandoah, Iowa. 1239

Page  1240 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name Fred Beardsley Warren J. Porter Stephen E. Lindsey Fred S. Thomas Chas. P. Holmes Chas. L. Mase, Henry P. Gray Rufus C. Wheeler Orrin B. Walker Irving A. Irish John A. West Orren L. Allen William Jackson Mathew W. Browne Jeremiah L. Hurley Ole K. Helvig James D. Breen Edward G. Barnett William H. Johnson David Anderson Wm. H. Loraditch Ulysses G. Burrows Wm. T. Hamilton Wildie G. Romer Myron E. Whitney Fred Rector Wm. G. Rubey John L. Schnurstein Chester C. Bonsall Albert A. Deo Edgar L. Hodge Alfred V. Collins Frank W. Swartley George C. Eychner George R. White Joseph W. Monte Ulysses G. Mustoe Jason E. Cook Charles H. Gail John W. Brown John J. McKee Wm. S. Utz Sloan B. Bell Geo. H. Roberts Charles E. Clark James E. Baldwin Wm. W. Punches James R. Allen Henry E. Smith Position Rural Carrier Itf it it It t It g it t it 1........................... Is '........, 'i Location Bayard, Iowa Coon Rapids, Independence, Floyd, i Alta, " Cherokee, " Mechanicsville, Edgewood, Logan, Iowa. Kilduff, Iowa. Battle Creek, Iowa. Mason City, Iowa. Earlham, Iowa. Saint Charles, Iowa. Lenox, Iowa. Story City, Iowa. Titonka, Iowa. West Grove, Iowa. Salem, Iowa. Ottosen, Iowa. Hinton, Iowa. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Coon Rapids, Iowa. Clinton, Iowa. Waterloo, Iowa. Bartlett, Iowa. Shenandoah, Iowa. Tripoli, Iowa. Dunlap, Iowa. Stratford, Iowa. Terril, Iowa. Viola, Iowa. Fayette, Iowa. Jewell, Kansas. Barnard, Kansas. Clay Center, Kansas. Murdock, Kansas. Rice, Kansas. Chetopa, Kansas. Elk City, Kansas. Frankfort, Kansas. Sedgwick, Kansas. Pratt, Kansas. Olpe, Kansas. Penokee, Kansas. Zenda, Kansas. Scranton, Kansas. Preston, Kansas. Emporia, Kansas.

Page  1241 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name James P. Scott Wm. L. Kellogg Wm. T. Davis Frank D. English Robert F. Foster Albert L. Secrist Allen Brink Elmer E. Learned Elmer E. Bonnett Richard A. Tribble John Jacoby Ulysses G. Sloan Melvin S. Whitehead Judson R. Austin Frank Sullivan James A. Clay Walter L. Bunning Thomas H. Underwood Alfred E. Gladhill Geo. H. Bolinger John W. Smith John W. Wood John A. Pulliam Albert Feebach Forest Leachman Thomas C. Whaley Sam M. Mosely Logan M. Walker Willie F. McMurry George S. Daniel Harvey J. Moore Louis N. Wilcoxson George E. Meserve Frank L. Hopkins Bert L. Dwelley George E. Worth W. J. Ramsdell Charles E. Valentine Jacob A. Durgin 0. W. Severance Frank S. Hogan David B. Kendall Charles S. Hawkins Wm. B. White Wm. T. Griffith Franklin N. Miller Thomas H. Cecil Walter E. Patten Frank L. Leonard Pnsition Rural Carrier It it it It It it i i it It.. (I It Is it It it it it it II it It It it It it tt.. Is t' C......... '... gs g......... 't '' ~t tC 't ' t 't ' C "t tt t" t ~~ tt tt "g tt "g gt tt tt gg g '' g '' g '' g g5 '' '' g '' g "~ g "g g '' g gg g gg g "g g "g '' '' ~ '' g '' g Location Alta Vista, Kansas. Oberlin, Kansas. Delevan, Kansas. Hoxie, Kansas. Neodesha, Kansas. Kansas City, Kansas. Melvern, Kansas. Plevna, Kansas. Kensington, Kansas. Circleville, Kansas. Reading, Kansas. Jewell, Kansas. Stark, Kansas. Independence, Kansas. Abilene, Kansas. Douglass, Kansas. White City, " Agra, Gaylord, Redfield, Mayfield, Kentucky Corinth, Kentucky Knob Lick, " Carlisle, " Calhoun, " Paris, Owensboro, " Springfield, " Sturgis, Mentor, " Sheridan, " Bagdad, " Hollis Center, Maine. Frankfort, " Freeport, " Freedom, " Harrington, " Bethel, Turner, " Oldtown, " Thorndike " Chestertown, Maryland. Bel Air, " Sellman, " Cockeysville, Lewistown, Barclay, Rising Sun, E. Taunton Massachusetts. 1241 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 30

Page  1242 EO 5874 Name Delos K. Sheldon Edwin B. Crimmins Adiel H. Hathaway Samuel W. Guilford Lewis F. Perry Charles H. Kenneth George B. Williams Wm. G. Bartholomew Corydon L. Thurber Edwin T. Mercer James R. Bryan Ellsworth M. Beckwith Louis A. Rowley Fred P. Dean Myron H. Gill, Aura C. Estes, Thomas H. Ingersoll, Philip R. Capen, William McCaughna, Ellwyn M. Arthur, Burt D. Maxwell, Harmon R. Dickinson, James S. McNeal, Earl B. Fox, Perry L. Burgess, William J. Daniels, Elisha E. Bechtal, Archie McMillan, William Wolley, Henry A. Parmelee, William E. Cole, John C. Beney, John C. Hugus, Clarence F. Budd, Charles F. Yoas, Charles G. Green, Charles E. Thorpe, Anson A. Paris, Clarence 0. McDonald, William H. Perkins, Orville G. Morris, Nels Nelson, Andreas Ness, J. 0. Litsheim, A. J. Jacobson, John Devine, P. H. Christianson, Alva T. Hert, S. M. Donaldson, Executive Orders Position Rural Carrier It It ct it it It It Id it If gg t( it It it gt it " ng n gt It gi gt '' ~' '' "i '' g~ '' ' '' ~~ " '' g ~i '' ~' '' ' '' ' Location Lee, Massachusetts Medway, ( Fairhaven, " Middleboro, " Wrentham, " West Newbury, Allegan, Michigan. Carson City, " Dexter, " Flushing, " Dimondale, " Fenton, " Belding, " Howell, t Schoolcraft, " Colon, Adrian, " Millbrook, St. Charles, " Ludington, " Vassar, Carson City " Boyne City, " Charlotte, " Springport, " Homer, " Ida, Prescott, " Lennon, " Maple Rapids, Dorr, " St. Louis, " St. Johns, ( Milford, " Newport, " Carsonville, " Jackson, ( Holland, " Quincy, " Henderson, I Pontiac, ( Houston, Minnesota, Rushford, " Kenyon, " Clearbrook, " Howard Lake, " Grove City, " Blakeley, Osakis, " 1242

Page  1243 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Hans 0. Huseby, Lige J. Biehn, John Hanley, Michael A. Walrod, Demond J. Whipple, George A. Rundlett, Olaf 0. Elstad, Hugh G. Pritchard, Nels C. Nelson, Alex A. Farnham, George R. Garfoot, Charles T. Lanman, Rasmus J. Martensen, Fred A. Redetzke, John S. O'Connell, Christian M. Holm, Ole Ulseth, Christian J. Robeck, John P. Polifka, Fred W. Lindert, Omund S. Huset, John A. Sigfrid, John McDevitt, Carl A. Bergman, Elmer A. Drake, Frank M. Getting, Fred N. Baker, Jefferson D. Pennington, Rigdeon E. Pickle, Edward H. Barry, John N. Stribling, William T. Stennett, James I. Ray, George R. Walker Walter R. Sims William Davis William R. Tyner Harris H. Nash Austin L. Young Claiborne M. Dixon Eugene W. Rimel Charles S. Melvin James R. Bowers Edward R. Maupin Charles B. Rutter, Sr., Francis L. Campbell Oscar Adams John C. Young Cass V. Williams Position Rural' Carrier ~u ~ " "t "t 'f "s '' gg ' 'tt t gtt "t " tt t' tt ~t g ~ tt t4 tt " tt tf ~ttt tt tt tt Is gC. {C. Rua Ca"e tt tg 1.. "t tt " f tt tt ts '. tt t. gs C... "t tt 't Rura Carie " tt 1243 Location Maynard, Minnesota, Cleveland, Faribault, " Elgin, " Detroit Lakes, " Dennison, Lake Crystal, " Hutchinson, " Rockford, " Mora, " McIntosh, " Tyler, Echo, Montgomery " Clarkfield, " Crookston, " St. Peter, " Tenney, " Norwood, " Bemidji, " Parkers Prairie, " Belleplaine, " Pennock, " Luverne, " Aitkin, Minnesota. Hazlehurst, Mississippi Gattman, Greenwood Springs " Oxford Dixon Booneville, " Myrtle Canton Morton " Waynesboro Lake Como " Columbus " Smithville " Schlater Fortuna, Missouri. Coatsville " Jasper " Curryville " Hallsville Webb City " Bigelow " Saint Clair Missouri. Miller "

Page  1244 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name William J. Wildhaber George W. Kims M. B. Babb George A. Knight Luther M. Allen John A. Johnson Roscoe M. Hornidy Joseph L. Patterson Ben M. Swank Elbridge B. Cuffel James M. Allison Edd Hutchings Samuel Pfeiffer William S. Taylor John W. Barnes Charles E. Reynolds Jesse G. Johnson Harry G. Stetson Willie M. Pond William D. Beyrer Charles S. Lovejoy Alfred S. Faris Charles L. Thompson Ruth A. Kenyon Axel Veegert James Worden William W. Hatton Silas E. Walrod Charles F. Ehrett Benjamin F. B. Crandell Devoe Konright Frank B. Mickle Hubert LeMaster Ira 0. Stuckey Henry C. Colwell Henry Heins Seth T. Taylor George W. Gilman Edelbert Holt Charles L. Hamlin Mark E. Lucy John D. Ayer Frank P. Cook Ephraim C. Harris John D. Barracliff Allan R. McDonald Nathan L. Wright Samuel Drake George A. Schmidt Position Rural Carrier ~~ n (( tt (t It Cg " ~t It tt tt "t It tt t (I '' 't tt t' 't t' gg tt It t' t' t tt "1 " tt "t t" tt ~t tg t tt "l " "I " "I " gg tt Ct ~g Rural Carrier Rural Carrier Rural Carrier tt tr It tt Rral Carie " '' " '' '' " Rura Care Location Beaufort Missouri Willard " Cassville " Butler " Memphis Columbia " Mount Vernon " Potosi " Charleston " La Plata " Gower " Blue Springs " Green City Nelson " Mooresville " Polson Montana Winifred Missoula " Crete Nebraska Bertrand " Bloomfield " Arapahoe " Albion " Monroe " Loomis " Petersburg " Edgar, Nebraska. Bradshaw, " Gladstone, " Wellfleet, " Seward, " Crete, " Ord, York, Odell, Chalco Reno, Nevada. Alton, New Hampshire. Nashua, " " Charlestown " " North Conway " " Claremont " " Mount Holly, New Jersey. Quinton New Jersey. Elmer " " Bellemead " " Moorestown " " Englishtown " " Plainfield " " 1244 ' ---

Page  1245 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Paul E. Dewitz Frank H. Kelly John W. Bowers John A. Donnan Richard B. Rogers rohn L. Webster Coral H. Miner S. E. Durand Henry J. Cole George W. Brown Joseph E. Raynor Maus Lamoreaux George L. Fitch Edgar Stickles John H. Miller Charles E. Johnson Arthur E. Collins Fred E. Wilber Sherman Wright William A. Richardson M. H. Hetherington Frank E. Drumm Frank J. Taggert John Davis Burch Charles H. Wallace, W. C. Hartsell, James W. Taylor, Radford L. Hall, James R. Titman, Ira G. Shaw, Frank S. Drury, Robert L. Smyre James F. Allison Abe Hudson, Mattie M. Beavers, Arlendo B. Caudle, Chris B. Millikin, Nicholas B. Jenkins, Newson Keeter, Chas. D. Williamson, John Scott, William T; Smith, John D. Bain, Lucas 0. Ritchie Wm. S. Morton J. F. Jones, Ernest L. Mace, Hilary C. Meroney Fred Bertschy, Position Rural Carrier Rural Carrier it ti it "I is i. it it it it It it it it " "i Rural Carrier.. t. " "t '' '' '' '' '' '' cc c "c ~' "c '' '' "c cc c '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' "t '' '' '' Location Loving, New Mexico. Batavia, New York. Glens Falls " Hagaman " " Marion " " Town Line " " Cortland " Canandaigua " " Ballston Spa " " Millerton I Wolcott " " Selkirk " " Mooers " " Claverack " " Pavilion " " Naples " " Victor " New Berlin " " Genoa " ( Dickinson Center" " Alpine " " Niverville " " Byron " " Canajoharie " " Ellerbe, North Carolina, Oakboro, " " Harrisburg, " " East Bend " " Lowell " Halifax " Morganton " " Claremont " " Kings Mountain " Franklinville " Siler City " " Randleman " " Hamlet " " Nashville " " Enfield " " Parkton North Carolina, Jacksonville " " Belvidere Lucama " "t Richfield " " Matthews " Holly Springs " Leicester " " Mocksville " Bowman, North Dakota 1245

Page  1246 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name Geo. W. Marshall, Edwin G. McIlroy, Charley Hetland, Joseph H. Kelly, Peter J. McLaren, Oliver Kaufman, Peter Edwardson, Robert J. Smylie, Ole C. Olson, David A. Fairweather, Ole Lyngved, Elmer A. Thompson, John Stewart, Charles C. Banta, Elmer B. Finch, Wm. H. Miller, Andrew J. Doles, L. C. McConnaughey, Charles V. Davis, Chas. R. Sheffler, Sherman W. Wagner, Chas. D. Hoffman, Guy 0. Burr, Chas. V. Thrasher D. A. Wood, Andrew R. McClanahan, Lewis Cook, Frank L. Wright, Wm. G. Edwards, Marshal S. Queen James Galligher Edwin E. Higley Washington Chain Wm. S. Hempy Melville D. Hissong George M. Howard Fred J. Dost James T. Hull Christian R. Marshall Benajah W. Bosworth Andrew S. Leming John M. Sheets Albert W. Elliott Robert Warden James Vertner Ward B. Powell Albert Anderson Edward E. Hammond John S. Patterson Position Rural Carrier (( It gt tt it it it '' '' '' '' "c 'c '' '' '' "g '' "g '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' " "g '' "g '' '' "c '' '' cE Location Grenora North Dakota Glenburnm t Edmore " " Williston " Wheatland " " Esmond " Kindred " " Wheatland " Devils Lake " " Souris it t Rutland " " Latty, Ohio Pedro, " Lewisburg, Ohio Oxford, " Clarington " Ray Fayetteville " Milford Center, Ohio, Rising Sun, Ohio, Bremen " Lancaster " Wauseon " Oakwood " Cairo " College Corner Greenfield West Jefferson " Van Wert Salineville, Ohio Tippecanoe, " Phalanx Sta., " Greenfield, " Forest, Forest, " Richwood, Ohio Waterville, " Fremont, " Sugarcreek, " Burton, " Loveland, " Osborn, Bellefontaine, " Kimbolton, " Beaverdam, " Ashville, " Defiance, " Scott, " Wellston, "

Page  1247 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Wm. H. C. Fligor L. Vernon Justison Elijah C. Witter James Deckard Harlow 0. Breece James Henderson Frank Sluss Jacob S. Garber Harry 0. Courter Neuman McVey Lawrence S. Birdsell Chas. E. Speck James H. Logan Ulysses T. Drummond Jones, John H. Wm. E. Blue David F. Sheffer Ezra L. Gibson Morton L. Simonson Martin W. Abernathy J. Arthur Smith Robert L. Cate Alvin E. Stitt Edgar D. Ports Daniel J. Kimmel Lewis D. Sutherland Archie Parker William L. Cain Solomon W. Zehner Elmer E. Hales Geo. Wallace Orville B. Conner Emanuel K. Detrick Hiram J. Woodin, Fred C. Pickett, Fred Van Dusen, Samuel C. Bryson, George W. Hammerlee, Horace G. Diefenderfer, Charles E. Space, W. S. Liddell, Monroe W. Buch, Parker H. Myers, Horace L. Passmore, Edwin A. Spencer, Riter Hedden, W. H. Lowry, Charles H. Meyer, Position Rural Carrier it it it t tt.'' "t t ittt it It It itt i t L itt tt I ~t it it t ittt It cc cc It It it It (t '' g ~t tt t" 'l t" '' ~t tt 't '' 't tt '' tt '' t' t ct t' tt tt tt '' "t t' tt tt tt I' "t tt t ~g tt tt tt '' tt tt tt t' tt ~ '' ' ~g '' ~ ~ g~ '' Location Bucyrus, Ohio East Palestine, " Castalia, " Fostoria, " Delaware, " Chagrin Falls, Louisville, " Butler, Delaware, " Leesburg, " Mansfield, " Saint Marys, " Cambridge, " Hanging Rock," Vinson, Oklahoma Nardifn, Okarche, " Cherokee, " Grandfield, " Altus, Breckenridge," Weatherford," Dover, " Anadarko, " La Grande, Oregon Cove, Monmouth " Oakland " Hubbard " Adams, " Gold Hill, " Halsey, Oregon East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania Tidioute, Pennsylvania Laceyville, Osceola, Watsontown, Polk, Orwigsburg, Tunkhannock, West Sunbury, Manheim, York Springs, Kinzers, Grampian, Benton, Rochester Mills, " Reedsville, 1247

Page  1248 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name Arthur S. Beaver, Bell F. Burrows, John H. Wellensick, Frank T. Watson, James R. McLanachan, Jacob E. Railing, Charles H. Shetter, William L. Marshall, Evan H. Swartzwelder, Joseph H. Flaharty, Charles B. Reno, Jacob S. Brumbach, A. Cooper Mobley, Samuel Snodgrass, Jr., John W. O'Brien, John A. Christman, John E. Allison, David A. Long, Horace S. Shell, Almon F. Johnson, Alvin Card, Winfield S. Watson, William M. Lemmons, Jesse F. Bobo, Robert L. Henderson, William B. Childress, Edward S. Burch, Barnabas B. Baxley, John H. Gaines, William H. Eddy, David C. Quick, Thomas F. Wright, John M. Parker, William S. Brown, William D. Pickell, Fred M. Smith, Albert P. Runner Morris W. Jones L. O. King Edwin B. Pierce Ed. F. Blair Frank E. D. Cadwell John N. Jensvold John Hove Ira T. Shelton Walter S. Harrison Arthur M. Sipes Joseph A. Beidleman Joseph E. Hatfield Position Rural Carrier it (I It I( It It I it it is it cc it It it It It It It.c.. It it.. It t t It It t. it cc cc c cc tt tt c cc tt ct ft cc ct cc c cg ~t c~ n ~ ct cg ct cc gc c '' ~c cc c cc c cc ~c '' c cc c cc c ggc cc c cc cc cc c c g c cc g Location Middleburg, Penaylvania Galeton, " York, Northumberland, " Elizabethtown, " Shippensburg, " York, Enon Valley, Breezewood, Kirkwood, Wampum, Oley, Delta, Claysville, Alliston Park, Harrisburg, Johnstown, Greenville, Bechtelsville, North Wales, Wakefield, Rhode Island Slocum, Westminster, South Carolina Roebuck, Pickens, " Fountain Inn, " " Florence, " " Barnwell, South Carolina Honea Path, " " Newberry, " Patrick, " " Greenwood, " Dalzell, Hyman, Carthage, South Dakota Canton, " t Arlington, South Dakota. Flandreau, S. D. Wilmot, S. D. Henry, S. D. Alexandria, S. D. Albee, S. D. Humboldt, S. D. Garretson, S. D. Union City, Tenn. Vonore, Tenn. Winchester, Tenn. Emmett, Tenn. Harriman, Tenn. 1248 - --- —- ~

Page  1249 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name Andrew L. Campbell Wm. T. Bowden Wm. T. Johnson Albert L. Ward Abijah H. Huddle John E. Cook John R. Brashear Rufus Fox Benj. N. Parks John W. Harvey Wm. E. Tanfier Edel Midgett Lewis Livesay Wm. P. Meadows Wm. R. Foster Leander K. Mingle Benj. J. DeVaney Vaughn V. Jackson John M. Booth Robert P. Hunter Sidney W. Nichols W. L. Taylor Jeremiah C. Hughes Zac. W. Shackelford, Jr. J. W. F. Johnson Geo. M. Cadenhead Herman S. Meskimen Geo. R. Thompson Leander S. Metcalf John M. Sarles Gale 0. Mauldin James A. Ross Rheudelphus W. Steed Philo P. Morrison Wm. H. Fleetwood Wm. T. Shipp Edmund J. Ward Hiram S. Drury Ralph W. Clark Chas. U. Sivright Edward M. Farr George W. Kelley Robert J. Stokes Charles W. Waters James H. Moseley James E. Richardson David B. Broyles Edward B. Walker Waller E. Boswell Position Rural Carrier ~~ ~ ~~ ~ c it " '' IC (I " ~g cc it Itt of it it Id it Id it It it cc it Id It IC it it it It it (I iti t it It if (t " '' it cc It f It i it it... "............................................................... '' g..... '' '..........' ' Cs I '' '......... '' ". '' '. '' '. Location Martel, Tenn. Cottage Grove, Tenn. Manchester, Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. Indian Springs, Tenn. Crossplains, Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. Newport, Tenn. Mulberry, Tenn. Kingston, Tenn. Columbia, Tenn. Watertown, Tenn. Kyles Ford, Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. Petersburg, Tenn. Gassaway, Tenn. Spring City, Tenn. Johnsonville, Tenn. Burleson, Texas. Marysville, Texas. Daingerfield, Texas. Delia, Texas. Holland, Texas. Nocona, Texas. Mt. Pleasant, Texas. Pittsburg, Texas. Big Spring, Texas. Huntington, Texas. Venus, Texas. Gainesville, Texas. Hillsboro, Texas. Azle, Texas. Bloomburg, Texas. Hallsville, Texas. Terrell, Texas. Nash, Texas. McKenzie, Tenn. Williamstown, Vermont Enosburg Falls, Vermont Williamstown, Vermont Chester, Vermont So. Wallingford, Vermont Front Royal, Virginia Blackstone, Virginia Moseley, Virginia Bells Crossroads, Virginia Luray, Virginia Forksville, Virginia Red Oak, Virginia 1249

Page  1250 EO 5874 Name Hugh A. Funk Wm. C. Wilkerson Andrew E. Godsey Elijah H. Handy John E. Newlon Walter P. Bibb Wm. A. Borden James E. Dragoo Fred J. Waldron John J. Gans Herman O. Puhn Albert S. Hartman William C. Bird William W. White Doke B. Rapp Philip L. Walker George E. Vaughn Charles G. Branch Orie Francis Chas. A. Webb P. Weckmueller Robert A. Hersey D. M. Sorenson John McDonald John Steinhilber Edward R. Nash Wm. M. Duggan Edward E. Forster George Bancroft Walter Granger Wm. R. Craven Sam A. Lee John F. Bartel Thomas A. Landon Thomas H. Gage Executive Orders Position Rural Carrier It id it.. it It it It It It it It i t t '' 't '' '' 't "~ 't tt 't '' 't tc n ct ' c< 't "c tt 't '' tt t' tt tt "f 't tt '' t' tt tt "t tt 't tt tt tt gt t Location Stephens City, Virginia Huddleston Virginia Cumberland, Virginia Stuart, Virginia Culpeper, Virginia Greenfield, Virginia Deepcreek, Washington Spokane, Washington Sequin, Washington Uniontown, Washington Elma, Washington Selah, Washington Point Pleasant, West Virginia Glenwood, West Virginia Lewisburg, West Virginia Camp Douglas, Wisconsin Stevens Point, Wisconsin Durand, Wisconsin New Richmond, Wisconsin Livingston, Wisconsin Jackson, Wisconsin Montello, Wisconsin Ettrick, Wisconsin Poynette, Wisconsin Red Granite, Wisconsin Pewaukee, Wisconsin Stevens Point, Wisconsin Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin Lodi, Wisconsin Merrillan, Wisconsin Balsam Lake, Wisconsin Colfax, Wisconsin Lake Mills, Wisconsin Clintonville, Wisconsin Whitehall, Wisconsin OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE Name J. F. Catterlin W. P. Craig J. E. Cummins E. D. Frank C. S. Gibson A. B. Gill A. J. Lanz John Nelson George Scheifley J. W. Boodon W. D. Cain Position Railway postal it it It id It It it it ~g c gg c clerk It It II el (I It gg Location Kansas City & Denison RPO Fort Worth Terminal RPO Marion & Ottumwa RPO New York & Chicago RPO, E.D. Des Moines & Keokuk RPO Toledo & St. Louis RPO New York & Chicago RPO, E.D. Kansas City & Caldwell Chicago & Kansas City RPO Pittsburgh & Chicago RPO Waco & Rotan RPO 1250

Page  1251 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name E. F. Ericson J. A. Gross E. B. Jones J. T. Kilby J. W. Kreamer F. A. Viets P. O. Curtin H. G. Dix N. J. Eicher J. W. Goldsberry J. B. Hanchett R. J. Matheny W. C. Caldwell Oliver Grave W. G. Houston C. E. Howard F. S. McDonald J. E. McElvain W. Putsch E. M. Reilly J. H. Rohrbach E. S. Wright H. W. Bass J. A. Binford T. D. Compton J. W. Crawford L. A. Dines S. E. Jones F. L. McMaken C. A. Murrah F. N. Skinner E. H. Sylvester F. A. Wilkie J. M. Wilson G. F. Ebinger D. S. Follett F. H. Gray O. R. Hizar W. M. Kilgore J. Nelson J. J. Oates A. Reardon C. R. Shirkey M. E. Smith C. D. Stewart C. G. Warner H. B. Myers W. B. Webb J. D. Austin Position Location Railway postal clerk St. Paul & Williston RPO, E.D. " " " New York & Pittsburgh RPO " " " Aberdeen & Sioux City RPO " " " Norfolk & Danville RPO Salamanca & Chicago RPO, W.D. " " " Chicago & Minneapolis RPO " " " New York & Chicago RPO, W.D. " " T. O., Grand Rapids, Mich. Albert Lea & Burlington RPO " " " Columbus & Norfolk RPO, E.D. " " New York & Chicago RPO, E.D. " " " Zanesville & Parkersburg RPO " " " Washington & Bristol RPO Pittsburgh & St. Louis RPO " " Off. Supt., Cincinnati, Ohio " " " Washington & Florence RPO t" " " Temple & San Angelo RPO " " Kansas City & Denison RPO " " " Elroy & Rapid City RPO, E.D. " "t St. Louis Terminal RPO " " " St. Louis & Kansas City RPO " " " New York & Chicago RPO, E.D. " " " International Falls & Little Falls " " " Aberdeen & Durant RPO " " " Little Rock Terminal RPO " " " Washington & Charlotte RPO " " " T.O. Syracuse, N.Y. " " Owensboro & Horsebranch RPO " " " Pittsburgh & St. Louis RPO " " Chicago Terminal RPO " " Pittsburgh & St. Louis RPO.t " Council Bluffs Terminal RPO " " Boston & New York RPO t" " " T.O., Quincy, Illinois " Chicago & Minneapolis RPO " " New York & Chicago RPO, E.D. " " " Burlington & St. Louis RPO " l" " T.O., Columbus, Ohio Railway Postal Clerk Carroll, Galva & Sioux City RPO " i" " Jacksonville & Mobile RPO " " " Caldwell & Fort Worth RPO (" " " Chicago Terminal RPO " " " Toledo & St. Louis RPO " " " Off. Chief Clerk, Peoria, Ill. " " " Bangor & Boston RPO " " Toledo & St. Louis RPO Asst. Division Supt. New Orleans, La. Chief Clerk Dist. 3, Kansas City, Mo. Railway Postal Clerk Boston & Albany RPO 1251

Page  1252 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name V. B. Barrett W. M. Black G. P. Doherty B. T. Earl C. J. Easton W. Keitle E. J. McGinnis J. F. Russell J. E. Sheppard J. D. Siegfried G. H. Burnham W. G. Carter J. H. Clendening R. V. Duckett E. H. Garrett Harry Hare W. S. Ingersoll G. B. Jolly C. R. Long Pike Moore J. S. Patterson D. W. Ritter R. Woods E. M. Bardwell W. A. Bills E. H. Chambers J. M. Chapman J. B. Edings A. F. Heffner F. K. Hugunin F. T. Juniver F. P. Lynch J. T. McClure W. C. VanDervoort R. H. Allen W. J. Bingham F. O. C. Brown M. S. Campbell I. G. Drake N. J. Fravel F. Fristoe E. M. Martindale C. S. McNeely H. R. Molineux F. J. Mueller R. H. Newton C. G. Rider G. W. Ross Position Railway Postal Clerk '' t( '' it it it i. (i It it It it tt it it it It it it it It it tl It Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk gg gg '' '' g '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' g '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' "g g g ~ g g '' '' '' '' '' '' gg gg g '' '' ~" '' '' cg '' '' '' '' '' g do Location T.O., N.Y.C. Sta., Buffalo Dallas & Houston RPO T.O., South Sta., Boston, Mass. Chicago & Kansas City RPO Detroit & Cincinnati RPO Baker & Portland RPO Boston & Albany RPO Cleveland, Akron & Wheeling RPO Cleveland & Marietta RPO N.Y., Baltimore & Washington RPO Chicago Terminal RPO Carbondale & Paducah RPO Fort Smith Terminal RPO Chicago, Decatur & Quincy RPO Ashfork & Los Angeles RPO San Francisco & Los Angeles RPO Detroit & Cincinnati RPO Jacksonville & Montgomery RPO Chicago & Council Bluffs RPO Chicago & Kansas City RPO Cumberland & Elkins RPO Buffalo & Washington RPO St. Paul & Miles City RPO, E.D. Newport & Springfield RPO Minneapolis & Cedar Rapids RPO Charlotte & Atlanta RPO Sioux Falls & Manila RPO T.O., Albany, Ga. New York & Pittsburgh RPO Fargo & Marion RPO Boston & New York RPO Ishpeming & Chicago RPO Pittsburgh & Chicago RPO Seattle, Wash. Jack. & Key West RPO. Toledo & St. Louis RPO. Mackinaw & Rich. N.D. St. Louis & Monett RPO Detroit & Cincinnati RPO Pittsburgh & Chicago RPO Pittsburgh & Cincinnati Off. C.C. #10. Desmoines, Iowa Birmingham & Memphis RPO Boston & Albany RPO Chicago & Minneapolis RPO Praise & Spartanburg RPO N.Y., Scranton & Buffalo Baltimore & Cumberland 1252

Page  1253 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name J. H. Unthank L. H. Voigt S. T. Andrews H. O. Allen W. L. Bennett T. W. Bickford C. E. Bobbitt G. H. Clark H. J. Ritter F. J. Stauffer J. C. Sterling P. S. Tooker E. F. Gee I. S. Brooks J. E. Byram E. L. Chaffee H. S. Collipp L. L. Griffin Robt. Krueger J. M. Mahany D. T. Moss J. O. Rosenquist Wm. Shelley H. E. Snyder H. U. Sprinkle W. G. Travis W. A. Brown B. H. Cook W. A. Cranmer F. C. Falkner W. Gardner H. Henderson C. M. King E. S. Messinger Louis Stross J. S. Travis P. D. Turner J. A. Wetmore F. E. Compton L. C. Couch I. C. Daily Arthur Davis M. M. Hamilton H. C. Harkness W. H. Hogue W. L. Huls C. W. James R. M. Kingsley C. L. Latham Position Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk Railway Postal Clerk do do Railway Postal Clerk do do do do Asst. Supt. Railway Postal Clerk do do do do do do do do do do do do do do Location Trans. Off., Richmond, Ind. Chicago & Minneapolis K. C. & Dodge City RPO N.Y. & Chicago RPO, W.D. Boston, Spring. & N.Y. Trans. Off., Bangor, Me. Lincoln & Billings E.D. Woodsville & Boston RPO. Washington & Pittsburgh RPO N.Y. & Washington RPO Winkelman & Phoenix RPO Pa. Term., New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Springfield, Mass. Term. Pittsburgh & St. Louis RPO Pittsburgh, Pa. Terminal Chicago & Minneapolis N.Y. & Chic. M.D. St. Louis & Kansas City Milwaukee & Marquette RPO Chattanooga & Memphis RPO Trans. Off., Minneapolis, Minn. Pittsburgh & Chicago RPO Denver & Amarillo N.D. Chic. & Evansville RPO Atlanta & Savannah RPO Kan. Cy. & Belleville Chicago & Cincinnati Camden Terminal RPO Chicago & Minneapolis RPO Toledo & St. Louis RPO St. Paul Terminal Chicago & Council Bluffs Chicago, Rich. & Cinn Detroit & Chicago Boston & New York K. City Terminal Boston & Albany T.O. Columbus Boston, Spring. & N.Y. Columb. & Norf. WD Omaha & K.C. Nashville & St. Louis McAlester & Amarillo Erie, Butler & Pitts Col. & Charles Toledo & St. L. Rutland & Troy Champion & Milwaukee do do do do Railway Id It it gg ug Cg ~C Cg gg gg gC gg Postal Clerk It it (I it (I it II it ' '( ' ' ' ~ ' ' ' ' ~ ~ gg gt g t gg n a ggi u ~ ~ n 1253

Page  1254 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name J. A. Line J. K. Lyle R. W. McIntire W. J. Pollard T. C. Proctor C. B. Raker J. S. Reichenbach 0. A. Thompson S. C. Weber J. L. Wilson D. Bigler C. E. Boyd C. E. Crafts C. E. Haith J. H. Holland A. K. Ludwig E. J. Lunney C. E. Nisbet G. C. Pierson F. M. Poffenbach J. H. Robertson P. W. Sarver A. E. Sweet W. C. Bush G. A. Casler J. W. Lawrence S. M. Gaines W. Lazenby H. S. Mileham David Paterson E. J. Costello J. W. Crisford W. E. Fisher E. R. Force L. G. Furman L. L. Hopkins C. S. Kelley F. W. Miller G. M. Boheim J. C. Boneau G..E. Carter J. A. Cox J. C. Davenport E. W. Doty J. P. Fitzpatrick G. H. Gearey E. L. Gordon F. W. McDaniel Position Lonation Railway Postal Clerk Chicago & Sioux City " " " Pitts & Chicago " " t" Bangor & Boston " " " Alburg & Boston " " " Marion & Columbia t " " T.O. Brd St. Phila " " " Sunbury & Bellefonte " " " Chicago & St. Paul " " " Burl. & St. Louis " " " Omaha & Colo Spgs., WD N.Y. & Chicago WD " " " Spokane & Pendleton Railway Postal Clerk Boston & Albany RPO do Off. C.C. #1, Syracuse, N.Y. do Owens. & Russellville do Allentown & Harrisburg Off. Supt., St. Paul, Minn. Railway Postal Clerk Pittsburgh & Cincinnati t" N.Y. & Chic. E.D. it" Ft. Worth & El Paso E.D. " Omaha, Nebr., Terminal " Columbus & Norfolk E.D. " St. Louis & Kansas City " Wheeling & Cincinnati t" Lincoln & Hastings RPO t" Chicago & Algona RPO Div. Supt. Ft. Worth Ft. Worth, Texas Railway Postal Clerk Arkansas Cy & Lindsay " " " K.C. & Dodge City " " " Chicago & Omaha " " " T.O. No. Sta., Boston " t " Chicago & Sioux City " " " Sala & Chicago ED " " " N. Y. & Chicago MD t" " " Tampa & Ft. Myers " " " Pitts & St. Louis " " " Omaha & Ogden ED " " " Omaha & Denver ED " t" " Chicago & Louisville " " " Cinn. & St. Louis " " " Danville & Cairo " " "' Detroit & Grand Rapids " " " Office Supt Atlanta " "< " Washington & Grafton " " " N.Y. & Sala " " " Off. C.C. #3 St. Paul " " " Portland & Ashland t" t" Nashville Term. 1254

Page  1255 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name C. H. Seeds A. R. Wilson F. E. Yates H. K. Bell H. Boicourt G. W. Coulee T. S. Coughlan A. W. Dean R. D. Fishback E. E. Goulding A. A. Klammer M. A. Loomis J. E. Lord T. A. Pomeroy A. G. Wendland F. P. Auer J. M. Brokaw A. T. Cook C. M. Elliott G. A. Hendry J. P. Hunnicutt F. T. Sorrell E. W. Sutton T. J. Winstanley J. P. Wooster F. C. Yehle R. A. Whiting W. E. Burton W. R. Carpenter W. T. Cave, Jr. E. C. Close E. H. Dunsmore W. E. Emenhiser C. E. Flora J. E. Fowler J. H. Harshaw F. M. Hewings A. J. Hollingsworth W. M. Maroney B. H. Marquis J. S. Monahan W. L. Nichols F. B. Potts I. C. Sechrist B. A. Trout J. A. Van Doom A. D. Williams E. D. O'Conor E. C. Olwin Position Location Railway Postal Clerk N.Y. Scranton & Buffalo " " " El Paso & Los Angeles ED " " " i Chicago & Kansas City " " " Columb. & Norfolk WD " " " T. 0. Evansville, Ind. t" " " Des Moines & Keokuk " " " Washington & Grafton " " Kings. & Summitville " " " Cincinnati Term " " Boston, Spring, & N.Y. " " " St. Paul & Desmoines " " N.Y. & Chicago ED " " " Omaha & Ogden ED " " " St. Louis & K. Cy. " " San Fran, San Jose & L.A. " Off. Sup't., Pittsburgh " " " Fostoria & Peoria " " " Albert Lea & Albia " " " Chicago, Ft. Madison & K.C. " " " Louisville & Fulton " " " Off. Supt. Washington, D.C. " "" Rouses Point & Albany RPO. " " Louisville & Norton RPO. " Denver & La Junta RPO. " " " St. L. & Little Rock RPO. " " " N.Y. & Chicago RPO (e.d.) Assistant Supt. R.M.S. Seattle, Wash. Railway Postal Clerk St. Louis & Monett RPO. " " " Boston & Albany RPO. " " " T.O., New Haven, Ct. " " Toledo & St. Louis RPO. " " " Eureka & San Francisco RPO. " " " New York & Pittsburgh RPO. " " " Duluth & Grand Forks RPO. " " " K.C. & Denison RPO. " " Denison & San Antonio RPO. " " " Johnson City & Cairo RPO. ( " " Nashville & Atlanta RPO. " " " Detroit & Chicago RPO. " " " El Paso & Los Angeles RPO (w.d.). t" " " Pittsfield & Stamford RPO. " " " Greenport & New York RPO. " " " Chicago & Cincinnati RPO. " " " Pueblo & Alamosa RPO. "t " " Indianapolis & Peoria RPO. Railway Postal Clerk Chicago & Kansas City RPO. " " " Porterdale & Macon RPO. " " " Chic. W. Lib. & Omaha RPO. " " " St. Paul & Williston RPO (w.d.) 1255

Page  1256 EO 5874 Name C. W. Rhoades R. L. Rouse R. R. St. John A. N. Simmons E. Stickel C. B. Sutton F. G. Swails C. B. Taylor A. B. Brown W. A. Buckingham R. C. Clausen T. A. Colo R. L. Conner G. E. Dolson A. R. Dorroh A. A. Hardy L. M. Helman R. I. Mumma T. M. Newburn Lot Rose M. L. R. Taylor B. M. Townsend J. H. White A. J. Friend D. H. Garriott F. Hodge W. J. Lucas H. Maddison O. E. McDaniel H. C. Mosher W. R. Reading W. E. Risedorph W. H. Seyboldt J. M. Whitehead C. E. MacGregor W. H. Baker H. M. Barrick J. P. Berry J. T. Carpenter B. Clark E. F. Doran 0. F. Duncan F. W. Gaffney E. J. Kennedy F. T. Mahan C. C. Markward J. E. Pitcher C. E. Presson H. B. Richardson Executive Orders Position Railway postal clerk tt.. ((.. '' '' '' '' '' '' Rl pt tt '' I' tt '' 't '' tt t' 't ' I't 't '' '' It It '' '' t' '' tt 't 't '' tt ggi Location Seattle & Portland RPO. Washington & Florence RPO. Minneapolis & Omaha RPO. Boston, Spring. & New York RPO. Det. & Cincinnati RPO. Chicago, Spring. & St. L. RPO. Florence & Jacksonville RPO. T.O., Minneapolis, Minn. Portland & Ashland RPO. Portland & New York RPO. Chicago & Streator RPO. Nashville Terminal RPO. Off. C. C. #7, Nashville, Tenn. Chic., St. L. & K.C. RPO. Washington & Bristol RPO. Burlington & St. Louis RPO. New York & Pittsburgh RPO. Harrisburg Terminal RPO. Atchison & Downs RPO. Grafton & Cincinnati RPO. CC #4, Kansas City N.Y & Pittsburgh Wash & Bristol Kansas City & Dodge City Chicago & Cincinnati Mack. & Rich. S.D. Omaha & Ogden E.D. Hibbing & Duluth Little Rock & Lake Charles St. Albans & Boston Wildwood & Miami St. Paul & Will E.D. N.Y. & Salamanca Chicago & Council Bluffs New Haven Omaha & Ogden E.D. New York & Wash Pittsburgh & St. Louis. Nash & St. Louis Chicago & Cincinnati Malone & Utica Chicago & Council Bluffs St. Paul & Miles City ED Boston, Spring & New York N.Y. & Chicago M.D. Cleveland & Cincinnati T.O., Ft. Wayne Omaha & Ogden ED Cleveland & St. Louis clerk It it itt it It it it (I it tt ci 1256 - ---- - -iY -II~~~ ~

Page  1257 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name J. A. Richart F. C. Wickline H. E. Blood S. R. Burford E. E. Campbell 0. L. Campbell W. W. Carver E. T. Dilts Frank Fike A. L. Frank H. J. Handwerk C. W. Hanger J. G. Israel M. Jenkins C. A. Rainey C. E. Reilly A. T. Roseberry G. B. Kimblade W. H. Lavengood F. W. Lynch E. H. Miller K. E. E. Olson Albert Palmateer J. L. Polk J. T. Smith W. C. Smoyer D. J. Stricker S. S. Thomas G. M. Tinker E. H. Vale A. C. Walton H. Williams H. Bradley A. T. Fahrenschone E. M. Harriss 0. A. Heim E. M. Kearney J. P. McClelland J. L. Mims H. T. Nelson J. W. Griffith G. L. Hannah G. A. Herdman B. F. Hull G. H. Johnson L. W. Mitchell J. C. Muenzer W C. Plummer H. M. Rentschler Position Railway postal clerk it it t 9 ( I i i i i I 9 I I I I i i i i i i 9 ( I i 9 4 i i I i i i ( i i i I ( ( i I ( i i i i i i I i i I i i ( i i i i I i i i ( I I ( i i i 'c tl tt I' tt Ct tC tt ct tt tt 't gt tt c. ~c gt Ic tl t. (t tt ( t 9 t tt( i ( tti tti i t tti I i Ct II cc Ct cc tt Ct cc Is tt c' tC tt tt Ct tt tl tt t~ tt tt.t.t I tt tt (I i t ( t Location Wmnsport & Reading K.C. & Dodge City St. Paul & Miles City W.D Salt Lake C & L.A., S.D. Cresson & Idamar Cleveland & St. Louis Albert Lea & Burlington New York & Washington Chariton & St. Joseph Ogdensburg & Utica New York, Geneva & Buffalo CC #6, Washington, D.C. Burlington & St. Louis Pittsburgh & Kenova Pittsburgh, Akron & Chicago New York & Salamanca Chicago & Kansas City. Des Moines & Gainesville Peru & Cincinnati Office C.C. Grand Rapids. N.Y. & Chicago M.D. St. Paul & Miles City W.D. Boston & Albany Omaha & Denver E.D. Augusta & Atlanta Chicago & Sioux City Pittsburgh & Chicago Chicago & Council Bluffs Miles City & Spokane E.D. Col. & Pomeroy Boston & New York Office, Supt., Atlanta Cleburne & Houston Buffalo & Pittsburgh St. Louis Carbondale & Memphis New York & Pittsburgh. Florence & Jacksonville Buffalo & Pittsburgh Harriman & Nash St. Paul Water & Aberdeen New York & Chicago ED Bristol & Chattanooga Rutland & Troy Boston & New York Champion & Milwaukee T.O., Oakland Pier Chicago & Minn Newton & Oklahoma City Pittsburgh Terminal 1257 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 31

Page  1258 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name A. F. Schafer R. M. Slack R. L. Snow W. J. Warner Lewis Zorn J. S. Humphreys T. G. Bigley F. P. Blatt T. Bradley D. B. Day J. E. Forward F. B. Holley A. B. Jackson R. L. Jones L. H. Harris I. W. Henion F. B. Keller J. K. Montague W. S. Windell C. J. Barlow B. A. Berry W. T. Buxton W. K. Coate C. R. Davis D. S. Demmy A. E. Douaire A. J. Driscoll H. F. Ellis H. G. Houchins T. F. Kent L. E. Lake T. A. Livringhouse W. A. McKelvy J. L. Porter W. M. Rains F. D. Smalley L. R. Todd E. R. Turnbull W. W. Weller C. B. Wilcox A. W. Young E. C. Smith D. M. Groff C. F. Johnston H. P. Joyner J. E. Mahon G. L. Newman W. W. Sloan W. C. Weddell Position Location Railway Postal Clerk Hinton & Cincinnati " " " Little Rock & Fort Worth " " " Taylorsville & Charlotte t" " " Toledo & St. Louis " " " New York & Chicago ED Chief Clerk Dist 10, Sioux City Railway postal clerk T.O., Penn. Sta., Pittsburgh " " " N.Y., Baltimore & Washington " " " " Grand Junction & Ogden " " Washington & Grafton c" " " Harrisburg & Winchester " " " New York & Chicago E.D " " N.Y., Geneva & Buffalo " " N.Y., Scranton & Buffalo. Railway Postal Clerk Salis. & Knox. " " " Cleveland Terminal " " " Boston & Albany " " " Willmar & Sioux City " " " Algona & Chamberlain " " St. Louis & K.C. " " " Rockport & Boston " "c " Washington Terminal " " " Office Supt., Cincinnati " " " Kansas City & Memphis " " N.Y. & Pittsburgh " " " Chicago & Madison " " " t N.Y. & Washington " (" " N.Y. & Salamanca " " " Columbus & Norfolk W.D. " " N.Y. & Chicago E.D. " " " Columbus & Chicago " " " Lincoln & Billings E.D. " " " Cleveland Terminal " " St. Louis & Kansas City " " " Chicago, Rich. & Cinn. " " " Kansas City & Ellis " " " N.Y. & Chicago M.D. " " " Chicago, Spring. & St. L. " " " El Paso & Los Angeles W.D. " " " Canandaigua & Williamsport " " " Wheeling & Chicago " " " Ishpeming & Chicago RPO. " " New York & Pittsburgh RPO. " " " New York & Chicago RPO (w.d.) " " " St. L., Carbondale & Memphis RPO. " " " Baker & Portland RPO. " " l" St. Louis & Jackson RPO. " " Ft. Worth Terminal RPO. " " T.O., Meridian, Miss. 1258

Page  1259 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name E. T. Allingham B. E. Carter J. T. Dever J. D. Hagenbuch J. Halloran P. J. Hamilton W. M. King M. M. Lander L. S. Lewis S. J. Newlin T. B. Peffer B. F. Poston A. F. Semper F. C. Tack N. H. Turney C. C. Watson A. S. Wentzell J. C. Hunter T. B. Hurley J. 0. Hyder H. Jeffery J. S. Julian G. F. Rowe W. S. Sandford A. L. Sawyer F. E. Taylor C. H. Turner J. J. Waldron H. H. Wert A. Wilbur C. G. Goodloe J. W. Acker F. D. Adams C. E. Chase H. Darling T. A. Dunn J. W. Johnston Ira McDavid Wm. M. McFarlane T. P. McGrath C. A. Morris L. W. S. O'Brien R. H. Ramsey J. Lundie Smith A. W. Spickard M. E. Wallace 0. Altermatt W. J. Beal Position Railway Postal Clerk.. A, it It,, It ' ', 't '',, '' t.,, ts '' ", ts "g,, tt tt t, "g Cf ~t tg '', t t tt tC 't. ' gt Z. tt ~t.. t tt. t 't t " Cs It tt.. tt...... tt '. '' ". Division Superintendent Railway Postal Clerk is Is In is tt gg Is Cs As '' 't '' Divsio Sueinted gg gt gt ~g Cg g Diiin S u p ritend It ~g g ~g ~~ ~g g~ g gg CC g "C "C " ~~ ~ g Cg cg g~ g '' '' '' gC ~C ~ '' '' '' '' "g " ~~ '' " ' Location K.C. & Tucumcari RPO (e.d.) Chicago & Council Bluffs RPO. Lebanon & Greens. RPO. Rock Island & Kansas City RPO. Boston, Spring. & N.Y. RPO. Newport & Springfield RPO. Off. of CC. #2, Spokane, Wash. Hamlet & Jacksonville RPO. Pittsburgh & Chicago RPO. Indianapolis & Peoria RPO. New York & Pittsburgh RPO. Kansas City Terminal RPO. Chic., Spring. & St. L. RPO. N.Y. & Chicago RPO (e.d.) Oelwein & Kansas City RPO. C. Bluffs & K.C. RPO. Philadelphia & Wildwood RPO. Washington & Pittsburgh RPO Bangor & Boston RPO Washington & Pittsburgh RPO Ogden & San Francisco W.D. Pitts. & St. Louis RPO Portland & Boston RPO K.C. & Hoisington RPO Chicago Terminal RPO St. Paul & Williston RPO E.D. Cleveland Terminal RPO New York & Salamanca RPO New York & Pittsburgh RPO Boston & Troy RPO Washington, D.C. Atlanta & Savannah RPO T.O. Minneapolis, Minn. N.Y. & Chicago W.D. RPO Washington & Charlotte RPO Boston & New York Omaha & Ogden E.D. Chat. & Atlanta Aberdeen & Sious City St. Louis & Little Rock New Orleans & Marshall Washington & Huntington W.D St. Louis & Little Rock Macon & Birmingham Nash & St. Louis N.Y. & Chicago E.D. Chicago & Evansville Minn & Des Moines 1259

Page  1260 EO 5874 Executive Orders Name F. L. Keller Jacob Kruckman E. 0. March W. G. Nicholson R. A. Peurifoy J. O. Rayome W. P. Rowland C. E. Steinmeyer LeRoy Talcott J. J. Mulligan F. C. Stophlet C. A. Timmons C. E. Barr E. W. Black A. S. Boles B. L. Brand E. G. Brenner J. P. Carnahan G. W. Carter H. E. Harrison P. L. Hartman S. W. Hibbs G. E. McCartney J. S. Stanback A. W. Statham W. W. Waddell L. E. Walker W. H. Cannell R. B. Crow L. S. Frankenburger L. S. Greenwood C. L. Hoffman A. L. Praytor H. W. Bell C. A. Carrigan A. C. Donahue H. M. Fletcher B. R. Lathrop W. McD. Lindsey J. M. Miller A. B. Sheffey J. M. Simpson L. M. Tyler P. E. Vail R. G. Adams J. B. Brockway B. A. Connor H. E. Crosby W. P. Curtiss Post ion Railway Postal Clerk cc II I I I I It It I I I 9 I I I I I I I I I I It I 9 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II 9 I I I I I I I 9 I I 9 I I I I I I I I I I I I 9 I I I d I I I I I I I 9 I 9 I I I I I it I I cc it I I I I 9 i I I I I I I I I I ( I I It it I I It It I I 9 I i I I I I 9 i i I I ( 9 i I ( i I I i ( I I t i c I I I I ( I 4 I i ( I I 9 i I Location Omaha & Denver E.D. T.O. Toledo, Ohio. K.C. & Memphis Chicago & Council Bluffs Hamlet & Jack Ishpem. & Chicago T.O. Union, Sta. Nashville Wash & Huntington E.D. Chicago & Council Bluffs N.Y. & Chicago E.D. T.O. Brush Sta. Detroit Cinn & Chattanooga. Lancaster & Frederick Kansas City Terminal Wash & Charlotte N.Y. & Pittsburgh Chicago & Omaha St. Louis & K.C. Ft. Smith Terminal El Reno Terminal Council Bluffs & K.C. Kansas City Terminal Port Huron & Chicago Charlotte & Augusta N.Y. & Chicago E.D. Corpus Christi & Laredo St. Louis Terminal Boston & N.Y. Texarkana Terminal Tucum. & El Paso N:Y. & Chicago N.Y & Pittsburgh Birmingham Terminal Washington & Lexington RPO Boston & Albany RPO Chicago & Sioux City RPO Salina & Oakley T.O. Union Station Cleveland New York & Washington RPO Denison & San Ant. RPO New York & Pittsburgh RPO Connells. & Fair. RPO Kansas City & Ellis RPO Chicago & Council Bluffs RPO Office Chief Clerk #1, St. Louis Erie & Pittsburgh RPO Kansas City & Memphis RPO Ellis & Denver RPO New York & Chicago M.D. RPO 1260

Page  1261 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name N. T. Daugherty W. A. Gregory Paul Hearn C. A. Perkins R. C. Riegg W. L. Stumph W. E. Tuxill H. L. Brown M. T. Moriarty W. D. Stewart J. 0. Wood C. J. Clark C. A. Downey Robert Ellis H. G. Hoag W. B. McCord J. U. Wilson H. M. Robinson E. Broughton M. H. Davis Geo. DeMonstrond J. E. Killilea F. H. Simpson H. Chenoweth I. M. Gentle F. W. Lyon C. H. McDonald B. Pinney E. O. Smith R. L. Hargrove C. S. Lawbaugh H. L. Martin W. F. Rigden P. M. Rutherford E. S. Gaston C. E. Hardy G. A. Hoffman J. F. Hunt H. E. Berres W. L. Harrington I. H. Harshbarger R. A. Walker W. W. Carncross W. F. Fritz L. A. Mason A. E. Taylor G. G. Allman Theodore Cook J. A. Darnall Position Location Railway Postal Clerk Clovis & Carlsbad RPO Peoria Terminal RPO Camak & Macon RPO " " " Boston & Albany RPO " " Placer Val. & Sacramento RPO Pittsburgh & St. Louis RPO Transfer Office Rochester " " " Boston Spring. & N.Y. RPO San Fran. & Bakersfield RPO Calais & Bangor RPO " " Trinidad & Albuquerque RPO " " " Port Huron & Chicago RPO " Cinn. & St. Louis RPO " " " N.Y. Scranton & Buffalo RPO " " " Office Chief Clerk #6 Toledo " " Port Huron & Chicago RPO " " " Terre Haute & Peoria RPO Superintendent New Orleans, La. Railway Postal Clerk Mack. & Richmond S.D. RPO " " Cleveland & St. Louis RPO " " Office Chief Clerk #1 New Orleans " " " Alburg & Boston RPO " " " Pitts. & Cincinnati, RPO. " " Tol. Frank. & St. Louis RPO " " T.O. San Francisco " " " Pittsburgh & Chicago RPO " " " Monett & Ellsworth RPO " " " T.O. Pa. Station Cincinnati " " Cleveland & St. Louis " " " Cincinnati & Nashville RPO " " Cedar Rapids & Sioux Falls RPO " " Grand Rapids & Chicago RPO " " " New York & Chicago M.D. RPO Salisbury & Knoxville " " Atchison & Downs RPO Ishpeming & Chicago RPO St. Louis & Kansas City RPO N.Y. & Washington RPO Railway Postal Clerk. Ash. & Milwaukee. R.P.O. " " " Boston & New York R.P.O. " " " Jacksonville Terminal R.P.O. " " Nashville & Montgomery R.P.O. " " Chicago & St. Paul R.P.O. " " " Davenport & Kansas City RPO. " St. Louis & Kansas City RPO. " " Toledo & St. Louis R.P.O. " " Kansas City & Tucum E.D. RPO " " N. Y. Bait. & Wash. R.P.O. " Nashville & Memphis R.P.O. 1261

Page  1262 EO 5874 Name I. L. Ellis Frank Gillis M. M. Hales C. L. Hance G. S. Harger J. H. Hayes R. T. Robertson C. L. Sanford C. O. Spalding S. O. Strite J. W. Emerson F. H. Furlong G. A. Hill R. L. Harris W. H. Holler C. L. Litchfield E. Palmer W. G. Peetrey G. W. Raltiff, Jr. C. E. Shafer C. E. Shaner Carl Abraham A. Z. Bonar G. J. Burch E. E. Heeter W. F. Heim W. P. Jacks F. E. Lansdown W. R. Walker J. R. Anglin T. P. Ebersole T. F. Faley R. B. Hamrick R. L. Hassler G. F. Haymond F. G. Holtze A. M. Jarvis Albert Joffray J. R. Murphy J. A. Sullivan W. L. Wade J. J. Walsh H. C. Alspach D. Asher L. E. Grinter J. W. Ludermann J. A. Park Wm. Paltic S. E. Peakham Executive Orders Position Railway Postal Clerk. it it It tt it It It it It tt tt It I. tt It is tt it Icc t tt Ic tt It tt tt tt It it it.tt c ct R tt tl C ft ts It gg gt gt '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' g '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' "g '' '' '' '' '' "g '' " '' '' '' '' '' '' "g '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' "g " '' '' '' "g ~g g Location New York & Chi. E.D. R.P.O. Inter Falls & Little Falls Beaufort & Golds R.P.O. Cleveland & St. Louis R.P.O. Boston, Spring. & N.Y. R.P.O. Boston & Albany R.P.O. Newport & Carthage R.P.O. Salamanca & Chi. W.D. RPO. Kansas City & Denison R.P.O. Baltimore & Cumberland R.P.O. Washington & Atlanta R.P.O. Boston, Spring & N.Y. R.P.O. Davenport & Kansas City RPO St. L. & Little Rock RPO. Omaha & Kansas City RPO. Portland & Seaside R.P.O. El Paso & Los Ang. W.D. RPO Baltimore & Norfolk R.P.O. Tulsa & Irving R.P.O. Benton Harbor & Lvl. R.P.O. New York & Pitts. R.P.O. Portland & Ashland Col. & Chi. R.P.O. Atlanta & Birm. R.P.O. Pitts. & Chi. R.P.O. Buff. & Wash. RiP.O. Linc. & Billings. E.D. RPO. Pitts. & Chi. R.P.O. El Paso & Los Ang. W.D. RPO Augusta & Tennille R.P,O. Chicago & Sioux City R.P.O. New York & Pitts. R.P.O. Wash. & Charlotte R.P.O. St. L. Carbon & Memph. R.P.O. Wash. & Grafton R.P.O. Chi. & Minn. R.P.O. Albert Lea & Burl. R.P.O. Baker & Port. R.P.O. Louisville & St. L. R.P.O. Massena & Utica R.P.O. Indianapolis & Vincennes R.P.O. Athol & Springfield R.P.O. Wheeling & Cin. R.P.O. Indianapolis & Vincennes R.P.O. Kan. City & Tucum. E.D. R.P.O. New York & Chi. W.D. R.P.O. Chi. Dec. & Quincy R.P.O. Will. & Spokane W.D. R.P.O. Spokane & Seattle R.P.O.

Page  1263 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5874 Name J. M. Bahr W. G. Battles S. A. Fogle W. E. Foster E. M. Morton D. M. Roth A. L. Spalding X. C. Vickery D. B. Wagner R. C. Whiteman A. E. Archer W. H. Brewer J. T. Carson W. H. Fisher C. H. Gossard F. Hickey C. L. Logsdon W. F. Middleton A. W. Morgan D. W. Sands H. G. Seaman J. H. Springman C. D. Strickler J. M. Swarr F. Tattersall A. L. Thayer C. G. Winquist G. H. Fair A. V. Bollman S. A. Bowler O. W. Doolittle W. G. Fordyce Position Location Railway Postal Clerk Boston & New York R.P.O. " " " Bangor & Boston R.P.O. " " " Wash. & Grafton R.P.O. " "i Wash & Atlanta R.P.O. " " Chicago & Omaha R.P.O. " " " New York & Pitts. R.P.O. " " New York & Chi. W.D. R.P.O. " " Ishpem & Chi. R.P.O. " " Chic. & Minn R.P.O. " " " Chi. Ft. Mad. & Kan. City R.P.O. " " " Omaha & Ogden, E.D. R.P.O. " " " Alliance & Denver R.P.O. " " Buffalo & Wash. R.P.O. Wash. & Montg. R.P.O. " " Linwood & Superior R.P.O. " " " New York & Chi. E.D. " " " Toledo & Charles. R.P.O. New York & Chi. W.D. R.P.OL " " Ishpem. & Chi. R.P.O. " " " Tuscon & Nogales R.P.O. Kans. City & Silver Spgs. R.P.O. " " " New York & Wash. R.P.O. " " " Pitts. & Chicago R.P.O. " " " New York & Pitts. R.P.O. " " " New York & Chi. M.D. R.P.O. " " " Office. Supt. Cincinnati, O. " " " Duluth & Thief River R.P.O. Chief Clerk, R.M.S. Kansas City, Mo. Railway Postal Clerk New York & Chi. M.D. R.P.O. " " St. Paul & Will. E.D. R.P.O. " " " Transfer Office, Corry, Pa. " " " Kans. City & Dodge City R.P.O. OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICE. Name. Steven G. Shaffer Leonard Magruder William L. Hill John L. May Position. Dispatcher TREASURY DEPARTMENT Location. Toledo, Ohio. Assayer in Charge of the Mint New Orleans, La. " " " " Assay Office Helena, Mont. " " " " Assay Office Salt Lake City, Utah These persons hold positions which the public interest requires be continuously filled so that the temporary exemptions herein granted are for such period only as is 1263

Page  1264 EO 5875 Executive Orders absolutely necessary to afford time in which to appoint successors to the present incumbents of these positions. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 30, 1932. [No. 5874] Executive Order 5875. June 30, 1932 Cxetutibe ~rber TEMPORARY EXEMPTION OF PERSONS FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 204 of Part II of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, the following-named persons who have reached the retirement age prescribed for automatic separation from the service, are hereby temporarily exempted from the provisions of that section and continued in the service until August 1, 1932. Name Department or establishment William B. Hamilton Treasury Department. William E. Rollins Senate Office Building. These temporary exemptions are made so as to afford the time necessary to determine whether the public interest requires that permanent exemptions be granted. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 30, 19S2. [No. 58751 1264

Page  1265 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5876 Executive Order 5876. June 30, 1932 Cxecutibe rbter -- - COAL LAND RESTORATION, MONTANA NO. 87 So much of Executive orders of July 9, 1910, creating Coal Land Withdrawal, Montana No. 1, of February 24, 1911, creating Coal Land Withdrawal, Montana No. 7, and of July 31, 1915, creating Coal Land Withdrawal, Montana No. 11, as affects the lands hereinafter described is hereby revoked: MONTANA MERIDIAN T. 1 N., R. 42 E., sees. 1 to 17, inclusive; sec. 18, lots 2 and 3, SE. % NW. 4, and NE. Y SW. h/; sees. 19 to 33, inclusive; sec. 34, N. %, N. X SW. %, SE. X SW. %4, and SE. 4; sec. 35, all; sec. 36, all. T. 2 N., R. 42 E., sec. 1, all; sec. 2, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, S. % N., NE. j SW. Y, S. % SW. 4, and SE. %; sees. 3 to 9, inclusive; sec. 10, NE. 3 NE. 4S, S. % NE. 3, W. 3, and SE. 34; sees. 11 to 36, inclusive. T. 3 N., R. 42 E., all. T. 4 N., R. 42 E., all. T. 1 N., R. 43 E., secs. 1 to 21, inclusive; sec. 22, NE. %, NE. 3 NW. X4, S. X NW. X, and S..; sees. 23 to 36, inclusive. T. 2 N., R. 43 E., secs. 1 to 3, inclusive; sec. 4, lots 1, 3, and 4, SE. X NE.,.S. 3 NW. 34, and S. 34; sees. 5 to 36, inclusive. T. 3 N., R. 43 E., all. T. 4 N., R. 43 E., all. T. 1 N., R. 44 E., all. T. 2 N., R. 44 E., all. T. 3 N., R. 44 E., all. T. 4 N., R. 44 E., all. T. 1 N., R. 45 E., sees. 1 to 9, inclusive; sec. 10, N. X, N. % SW. 4, SE. 4 SW. 4, and SE. 34; sees. 11 to 36, inclusive. T. 2 N., R. 45 E., sees. 1 to 11, inclusive; sec. 12, S. % N. X and S. 4; sees. 13 to 27, inclusive; 1265

Page  1266 EO 5876 Executive Orders T. 2 N., R. 45 E., sec. 28, S. Y NE. 3, W. %, and SE. %; secs. 29 to 31, inclusive; sec. 32, W. % NE. %, SE. % NE. X, W. 2, and SE. 3; sec. 33, all; sec. 34, N. X, E. X SW. X, and SE. 3; sec. 35, all; sec. 36, all. T. 3 N., R. 45 E., all. T. 4 N., R. 45 E., secs. sec. 1 to 5, inclusive; 6, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, S. NE. 3 SW. %, and SE. %; '. - I I - % NE. #, SE. % NW. %, secs. 7 to 36, inclusive. T. 1 N., R. 46 E., all. T. 2 N., R. 46 E., all. T. 3 N., R. 46 E., secs. 1 to 23, inclusive; sec. 24, N. % NE. %, SE. Y NE. %, W. 4, NE. 4 SE. 4, and SW..%SE. 4; secs. 25 to 36, inclusive. T. 1 N., R. 47 E., all. T. 2 N., R. 47 E., secs. 1 to 7, inclusive; sec. 8, N. X, N. 3 S. %, SW. 4 SW. %, and SE. 3 SE. %; sees. 9 to 19, inclusive; sec. 20, W. % NE. 4, SE. X NE. 4, W. %, and SE. 4; sees. 21 to 36, inclusive. T. 3 N., R. 47 E., secs. 1 to 29, inclusive; sec. 30, lots 1, 3, and 4, E. 3, and E. ' W. 3; sees. 31 to 36, inclusive. T. 1 N., R. 48 E., sees. 1 to 25, inclusive; sec. 26, N. 3, N. % SW. %, SE. % SW. %, and SE. %; secs. 27 to 36, inclusive. T. 2 N., R. 48 E., all. T. 3 N., R. 48 E., all. T. 4 N., R. 48 E., all. T. 3 N., R. 49 E., all. T. 4 N., R. 49 E., all. T. 5 N., R. 49 E., all. T. 1 S., R. 42 E., secs. 1 to 18, inclusive. T. 1 S., R. 43 E., secs. 1 to 5, inclusive; sec. 6, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, S. X NE. 4, SE. % NW. 3, E. A SW. 4, W. 4 SE. 4, and SE. 3 SE. 4; sees. 7 to 1L, inclusive. T. 1 S., R. 44 E., all. T. 2 S., R. 44 E., all outside Cheyenne River Indian Reservation except lot 5, sec. 10. T. 1 S., R. 45 E., all. T. 1 S., R. 47 E., all. 1266

Page  1267 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5877 T. 1 S., R. 48 E., all. T. 3 S., R. 48 E., all. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, June 30, 1932. [No. 5876] Executive Order 5877. July 5,1932 fxecutite ~rber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY COLORADO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4958, dated September 7, 1928, which withdrew the public lands in T. 1 N., R. 75 W., sixth principal meridian, Colorado, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 5, 19S2. [No. 5877] 1267

Page  1268 EO 5878 Executive Orders Executive Order 5878. July 6,1932 Cxecutibe ~rber RENTAL AND SUBSISTENCE ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS Pursuant to authority contained in sections 5 and 6 of the act of Congress of June 10, 1922 (42 Stat. 625, 628), the following rates are hereby announced as effective for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, for the rental and subsistence allowances of officers of the various services entitled thereto: For one subsistence allowance, 52 cents per day. For the rental allowance for one room, $18 per month. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 6, 1932. [No. 5878] Executive Order 5879. July 7,1932 Cxecutie @rbet APPOINTMENT OF MRS. A. BLONDELL Howz Mrs. A. Blondell Howe may be appointed to a clerical position in the Internal Revenue Bureau of the Treasury Department without compliance with the rules of the Civil Service Commission. Mrs. Howe is the widow of Wyman R. Howe who served in the Treasury as telegrapher and assistant supervisor of the Internal Revenue Bureau Telegraph Office from January 10, 1918, to the date of his death, November 4, 1930. Mr. 1268

Page  1269 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5880 Howe's death left his widow with four young children without adequate means of support. This order is recommended by the Secretary of the Treasury. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 7, 1932. [No. 6879] Executive Order 5880. July 9,1932 Cxecutibe (rber DELIMITING CANAL ZONE JUDICIAL DISTmICTS SECTION I. By virtue of the authority vested in me by law, Section I of Executive Order No. 1898, of March 12,1914, relating to the Canal Zone judiciary, as amended by Executive Orders No. 3965, of February 26, 1924, and No. 5704, of September 2, 1931, is hereby amended so that in addition to the area now included in the Balboa Division of the District Court of the Canal Zone there shall be included in that division the following additional area: A strip of land 200 ft. in width, extending 62.5 ft. from the center line of the Madden Road on its eastern boundary and 137.5 ft. from the center line of the Madden Road on its western boundary, containing an area of 105.8 acres or 42.81 hectares, as shown on Panama Canal Drawing No. X-2005-33, Sheet 1, Revised, the description of the said center line being as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the located center line of the Madden Road and the Canal Zone-Republic of Panama 5-mile boundary line, said point being located N. 29~ 20' W. a distance of 168.04 ft. along said boundary line from boundary monument No. 65, the geodetic position of boundary monument No. 65 being latitude N. 9~ 07' plus 3,948.8 ft. and longitude 79~ 37' plus 1,174.6 ft.; thence N. 43~ 10' E. a distance of 541.1 ft. to station 324 plus 06.65 ft.; thence on a 3~ curve to the left, a distance of 347.2 ft. to station 327 plus 53.9 ft.; thence N. 32~ 45' E., a distance of 656.8 ft. to station 334 plus 10.7 ft.; thence on a 3~ curve to the left a distance of 455.55 ft. to station 338 plus 66.25 ft.; thence N. 19~ 05' E. a distance of 1,135.70 ft. to station 350 plus 01.95 ft.; thence on an 8~ curve to the left a distance of 650.7 ft. to station 356 plus 52.7 ft.; thence N. 32~ 58' W. a distance of 636.0 ft. to station 362 plus 88.7 ft.; thence on a 10~ curve to the right a distance of 227.3 ft. to station 365 1269

Page  1270 EO 5880 Executive Orders plus 16.0 ft.; thence N. 10~ 14' W. a distance of 314.5 ft. to station 368 plus 30.5 ft.; thence on a 5~ curve to the left a distance of 178.7 ft. to station 370 plus 09.2 ft.; thence N. 19~ 10' W. a distance of 4,250.1 ft. to station 412 plus 59:3 ft.; thence on a 5~ curve to the right a distance of 720.7 ft. to station 419 plus 80.0 ft.; thence N. 16~ 52' E. a distance of 1,664.3 ft. to station 436 plus 44.3 ft.; thence on a 5~ curve to the left a distance of 597.7 ft. to station 442 plus 42.0 ft.; thence N. 13~ 01' W. a distance of 543.8 ft. to station 447 plus 85.8 ft.; thence on a 5~ curve to the right a distance of 770.7 ft. to station 455 plus 56.5 ft.; thence N. 25~ 31' E. a distance of 1,492.2 ft. to station 470 plus 48.7 ft.; thence on a 5~ curve to the right a distance of 808.0 ft. to station 478 plus 56.7 ft.; thence N. 65~ 55' E. a distance of 281.8 ft. to station 481 plus 38.5 ft.; thence on an 8~ curve to the left a distance of 446.4 ft. to station 485 plus 84.9 ft.; thence N. 30~ 12' E. a distance of 479.6 ft. to station 490 plus 64.5 ft.; thence on a 5~ curve to the left a distance of 329.4 ft. to station 493 plus 93.9 ft.; thence N. 13~ 44' E. a distance of 1,639.9 ft. to station 510 plus 33.8 ft.; thence on a 5~ curve to the left a distance of 832.3 ft. to station 518 plus 66.1 ft.; thence N. 27~ 53' W. a distance of 483.9 ft. to station 523 plus 50.0 ft.; thence on an 8~ curve to the right a distance of 469.6 ft. to station 528 plus 19.6 ft.; thence N. 9~ 41' E. a distance of 1,697.6 ft. to station 545 plus 17.2 ft.; thence on a 10~ curve to the left a distance of 451.7 ft. to station 549 plus 68.9 ft., which is the intersection of the Madden Road center line with the boundary line of the additional land acquired by the United States on the left bank of the Rio Chagres in the vicinity of the Madden Dam. (All bearings are true bearings.) SECTION II. The area hereinabove described is that in which jurisdiction was ceded to the Government of the United States by the Government of the Republic of Panama, in Decree No. 43 of October 27, 1928, during the period of construction of the Madden Dam. SECTION III. This order shall take effect from and after the date hereof and shall be in force so long as the Government of the United States exercises jurisdiction in the area herein described. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 9, 19S2. [No. 5880] 1270

Page  1271 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5881 Executive Order 5881. July 9, 1932 Cxecutibe *Orbit 90-0 FURTHER TEMPORARY EXEMPTION OF CERTAIN PERSONS FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE IN ORDER TO AFFORD TIME FOR FILLING VACANCIES By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 204 of Part II of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, the following-named persons who have reached the retirement age prescribed for automatic separation from the service and who were temporarily exempted from the provisions of that section and continued in the service until July 10, 1932, by Executive order dated June 30, 1932 (No. 5874), are hereby further temporarily exempted from the provisions of that section and continued in the service until August 1, 1932: Name Department William L. Hill Treasury John Lewis May " Leonard Magruder " These persons hold positions which the public interest requires be continuously filled, and the additional temporary exemptions herein granted are for such period only as is absolutely necessary to afford time in which to appoint successors to the present incumbents of these positions. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, July 9, 1932. [No. 5881] 1271

Page  1272 EO 5882 Executive Orders Executive Order 5882. July 9, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber ROGUE RIVER NATIONAL FOREST OREGON In order to avoid the confusion growing out of a similarity of names of the Crater Lake National Park and the Crater National Forest, in the State of Oregon, it is hereby ordered that the name of the "Crater National Forest" be changed to "Rogue River National Forest." HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HousE, July 9, 1982. [No. 6882] Executive Order 5883. July 11, 1932 Cxerutibe trber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY COLORADO It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5109, dated May 13, 1929, which withdrew with other lands, the public lands in Tps. 10 and 11 N., R. 85 W., sixth principal meridian, Colorado, pending resurveys, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to said townships. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), that, subject to valid rights, the unreserved public lands in said T. 10 N., R. 85 W., if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, by qualified ex-service men for 1272 ___- _

Page  1273 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5884 whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey of the said township, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no rights may be acquired to the released land by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 11, 1932. [No. 5883] Executive Order 5884. July 11, 1932 Cxecutibe (rber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY WYOMING It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4608, dated March 10, 1927, which withdrew, with other lands, the public lands in T. 46 N., R. 91 W., sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked as to said township. And it is hereby ordered, pursuant to Public Resolution 85 of June 12, 1930 (46 Stat. 580), and subject to valid rights, that the above-described lands, if otherwise subject to disposition, shall be opened under the terms and conditions of such resolution and the regulations issued thereunder, to entry under the homestead or desert land laws only, for a period of 91 days beginning with the date of the official filing of the plat of resurvey, by qualified ex-service men for whose service recognition is granted by the resolution, and thereafter to appropriation by the general public under any public land law applicable thereto. 1273 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 32

Page  1274 EO 5885 Executive Orders Subsequent to the date hereof and prior to the date of restoration to general disposition as herein provided, no right may be acquired to the released lands by settlement in advance of entry or otherwise, except strictly in accordance herewith. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 11, 1932. [No. 5884] Executive Order 5885. July 12,1932 Cxecutibe Orber MENDOCINO NATIONAL FOREST CALIFORNIA The name of the California National Forest, in the State of California, is hereby changed from "California National Forest" to "Mendocino National Forest," in order to avoid the confusion growing out of the State and a national forest therein having the same name. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 12, 1932. [No. 5885] 1274 A. d... --

Page  1275 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5887 Executive Order 5886. July 12,1932 executibe 0rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY WYOMING Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat., 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in T. 28 N., R. 115 W.; Tps. 26, 27, and 28 N., Rs, 116, 117, and 118 W., of the sixth principal meridian, Wyoming, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 12, 198S. [No. 5886] Executive Order 5887. July 14, 1932 (xecutibe 0rber ADMINISTRATIVE FURLOUGHS In pursuance of the provisions of section 216 of Part II, Title II, of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, which reads as follows: "SEC. 216. In order to keep within the appropriations made for the fiscal year 1933, the heads of the various executive departments and independent establish1275

Page  1276 EO 5887 8Executive Orders ments of the United States Government and the municipal government of the District of Columbia are hereby authorized and directed to furlough, without pay, such employees carried on their respective rolls, such time as in their judgment is necessary to carry out said purpose without discharging such employees, the higher salaried to be furloughed first whenever possible without injury to the service: Proviled, That rules and regulations shall be promulgated by the President with a view to securing uniform action by the heads of the various executive departments and independent Government establishments in the application of the provisions of this section." the following regulations are hereby prescribed: (1) Where an appropriation for a given activity, after deducting the amount to be impounded for compulsory furlough, is insufficient to an extent which ordinarily would require the dismissal of employees, the head of the department or establishment concerned will, in lieu of such dismissals, furlough employees, without pay, for such periods as are necessary to avoid a deficit in the appropriation and without discharging employees who are qualified to perform the class of work which is to be continued. The higher-salaried employees will be furloughed first whenever possible without injury to the service. Subject to this condition, the total period of furlough under the provisions of this section will, so far as practicable and with due regard to the efficiency of the service, be uniformly distributed among the employees. This, however, will not be construed as requiring the transfer of employees from one post of duty to another for the sole purpose of shortening the period of furlough of such employees. (2) Furloughs under section 216 will be restricted to the utmost degree possible and invoked only where absolutely necessary to keep within the appropriations for the fiscal year 1933. In determining such necessity, consideration will be given to all possible means of avoiding furloughs, such as the transfer of qualified employees from one appropriation roll to another, the possibility of transfer of appropriations under section 317 of the same act, and such administrative economies as may be possible in other items. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 14, 1932. [No. 58871 1276

Page  1277 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5888 Executive Order 5888. July 16, 1932 exetutibe ~orber REGULATING THE TRANSPORTATION OF LIQUORS OVER THE HIGHWAYS AND WATERWAYS OF THE CANAL ZONE By virtue of the authority vested in me by an act entitled "AN ACT To provide for the transportation of liquors under seal through the Canal Zone," approved July 5, 1932, and reading as follows: "Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section 20 of the National Prohibition Act is hereby amended by adding after the proviso therein the following additional proviso: 'And provided further, That this section shall not apply to the transportation of liquor, under seal, in transit to and from points outside the Canal Zone over the highways or waterways of the Canal Zone under regulations to be prescribed by the Presidentf when such liquor is not destined for use or consumption or final delivery in the Canal Zone,'" I hereby establish the following Executive order for the Canal Zone, effective from and after the date of this order, regulating the transportation of liquors under seal in transit to and from points outside of the Canal Zone over the highways or waterways of the Canal Zone when such liquor is not destined for use or consumption or for final delivery in the Canal Zone: 1. Each shipment of such liquors shall be accompanied at all times by a certificate by proper Panaman authority showing that the liquors concerned are in transit through the Canal Zone, giving the name of consignor and consignee, and specifying the point of origin and point of destination outside of the Canal Zone and the United States and all territory under the jurisdiction of the United States. 2. The outside containers of such liquors, whether boxes, barrels, kegs, cases, or other containers, shall be sealed by the official issuing the above certificate in such manner that no part of the contents can be removed without breaking such seals, and such containers and liquors shall remain under seal while passing through Canal Zone territory. 3. The certificate covering such liquors in transit through the Canal Zone must be exhibited upon demand to the proper officers or officials of the Canal Zone. 4. The transit must be continuous, and no such liquor in transit shall be permitted to remain within the Canal Zone. 1277

Page  1278 EO 5889 Executive Orders 5. The Governor of the Panama Canal is hereby authorized to prescribe from time to time rules and regulations to carry out lfhia order. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 16, 19S. [No. 5888] Executive Order 5889. July 16, 1932 Cxetutibe rbter WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR USE IN CONNECTION WITH SAN CARLOS INDIAN IRRIGATION PROJECT, ARIZONA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847 -848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the following-described tracts of public lands in New Mexico be, and they are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, except as provided in said acts, for use in connection with the San Carlos Indian Irrigation Project, subject to any valid rights or claims initiated prior to the date hereof: NEW MEXICO PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 18 S., R. 17 W., sec. 5, all; sec. 6, E. %; sec. 7, all; sec. 8, N. s; sec. 18, N. 3 and SW. %. T. 18 S., R. 18 W., sec. 12, E. 3; sees. 13 to 23 inclusive, all; sec. 24, N. 3; sec. 26, N. 3; secs. 27 to 32 inclusive, all; sec. 33, E. % NE. 3, NW. % NE. 4, NE. Y NW. %, W. NW. %, SW. % and NE. % SE. 4; sec. 34, N. %, N. 3 SW. 4, SE. % SW. %, and SE. 4; sec. 35, all. T. 19 S., R. 18 W., sec. 4, all; sec. 5, all; sec. 6, all; 1278,;-c- -

Page  1279 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5890 sec. 7, N. % N. %, SW. Y SW. Y, and SE. YSE. Y; sec. 8, all. T. 18 S., R. 19 W., secs. 13, 24, 25, 29, 32 to 36 inclusive, all. T. 19 S., R. 19 W., secs. 1 to 5 inclusive, 8 to 12 inclusive, 15 to 22 inclusive, 30, and 31, all. T. 19 S., R. 20 W., sees. 7 to 24 inclusive, all. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOusE, July 16, 198s. [No. 5889] Executive Order 5890. July 16, 1932 Cxecutibe @rber PARTIAL REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS CALIFORNIA It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 4652, dated May 18, 1927, withdrawing certain lands in California and Nevada for use by the Department of Commerce as air-mail beacon sites and landing fields, is hereby revoked in so far as it affects the NW. 34 sec. 20, T. 9 N., R. 2 W., San Bernardino meridian, California. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 16, 19S2. [No. 5890] 1279

Page  1280 EO 5891 Executive Orders Executive Order 5891. July 16, 1932 Cxetutite i rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION OREGON Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848; U. S. Code, title 43, sec. 141), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497; U. S. Code, title 43, sec. 142), and subject to the conditions therein expressed and valid existing rights, it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the following-described areas in the State of Oregon be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification as to their suitability for migratory bird refuge purposes: T. 27 S., R. 29 E., T. 27 S., R. 29Y E., T. 28 S., R. 29% E., T. 26 S., R. 30 E., T. 27 S., R. 30 E., WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN sec. 14, W. Y SW. Y; sec. 23, NW. 3 NW. Y, S. % NW. Y, SW. %, NW. % SE. X, and S. % SE. Y4; sec. 25, SW. Y NE. X, NW. % NW. %, S. % NW. %, and S. %. sec. 29, S. M of S. Y; sec. 30, lot 5; sec. 32, NE. 4; sec. 33, NW. 4 SW. % and S. % SW. 3; sec. 36, SE. % NE. 4, NE. % SE. Y, and SW. % SE. %. sec. 1 lots 1 to 9, inclusive; sec. 2, lots 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, and 10. north of Harney Lake, sec. 26, S. %; sec. 27, all not included in Lake Malheur Reservation; sec. 28, all not included in such reservation; sec. 29, all not included in such reservation; sec. 30, all not included in such reservation; sec. 31, all not included in such reservation; sec. 35, all not included in such reservation. sec. 3, SE. % SW. % and S. % SE. 34; sec. 8, lots 2 and 3; sec. 17, all not included in Lake Malheur Reservation; sec. 18, SE. % SE. 4; sec. 19, NE. % NE. 34, S. % NE. %, and SE. % SW. Y4; sec. 20, lots 1 to 8, inclusive, and SE. % NE. %; sec. 30, lots 3 and 4, and E. X W. 3. 1280 --.......... A..

Page  1281 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5891 T. 26 S., R. 31 E., north of Harney Lake, sec. 31, NW. % SE. %. T. 26 S., R. 31 E., south of Malheur Lake, sec. 30, lots 3, 6, 7; sec. 32, SW. % NW. % and S. X S. M. T. 25 S., R. 32 E., sec. 33, NW. h1 SW. %. T. 26 S., R. 32 E., north of Malheur Lake, sec. 6, N. X SE. %. T. 26 S., R. 32 E., south of Malheur Lake, sec. 14, SE. % SE. %; sec. 22, lot 7; sec. 27, lot 3 and SE. % NE. %. T. 27 S., R. 32 E., sec. 4, lot 1, SE. % NE. 4, NE. 4 SE. 4, and S. X SE. %; sec. '5, lot 2 and NE. % SW. %. T. 25 S., R. 32 3 E., sec. 24, lots 2 and 7. T. 25 S., R. 33 E., sec. 20, lots 4 and 5; sec. 21, lot 1 and NW. % SW. %; sec. 27, lots 3 and 6, N. % NW. 4, and SE. % NW. %; sec. 28, all of W. % and SE. 3 not in Lake Malheur Reservation. T. 26 S., R. 33 E., sec. 3, lots 1, 2, 4, and 10, and SW. % SE. 3; sec. 10, W. % NE. 4; sec. 14, lots 1 to 6, inclusive; sec. 15, SW. 4 NW. %, SW. 4, W. 4 SE. X, and SE. % SE. 3; sec. 16, all not included in Lake Malheur Reservation; sec. 17, lots 1, 2, 5, and 6, and E. % SE. 4; sec. 18, lots 1 and 9, and SW. 4 SE. %; sec. 20, lots 1 to 5, inclusive, and SW. % NE. %; sec. 21, lots 4 and 5, NE. %, N. % NW. %, and SE. % NW. 4; sec. 22, all; sec. 23, lots 1 and 2, and NE. % NW. %. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUsE, July 16, 1932. [No. 58911 1281

Page  1282 EO 5892 Executive Orders Executive Order 5892. July 20, 1932 executibe 9rber TRANSFER OF RADIO DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE TO THE FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION WHEREAS, sections 511 to 514, inclusive, of the act of Congress entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, provides: "SEC. 511. The President is authorized, by Executive order, to transfer the duties, powers, and functions of the Radio Division of the Department of Commerce to the Federal Radio Commission, and upon the issuance of such order(a) the Radio Division shall be abolished; (b) all records and property, including office furniture and equipment, of the division, shall be transferred to the Federal Radio Commission; and (c) such of the officers and employees of the division, as, in the judgment of the President, are indispensable to the efficient operation of the Federal Radio Commission, shall be transferred to such commission and all officers and employees of the division and commission not indispensable to the service shall be dismissed. "SEC. 512. Any transfer of officers or employees under Section 511 shall be without changes in classification or compensation, but the President is authorized to make such changes in the titles, designations, and duties of such officers and employees as he may deem necessary to carry out the provisions of sections 511 to 514, inclusive, of this title. "SEC. 513. (a) All orders, determinations, rules, or regulations made or issued by the Department of Commerce in respect of the Radio Division, or by the Radio Division, and in effect at the time of such transfer, shall continue in effect to the same extent as if such transfer had not been made, until modified, superseded, or repealed by the Federal Radio Commission. (b) All provisions of law relating to the Radio Division shall continue in force with respect to the Federal Radio Commission, in so far as such provisions of law are not inconsistent with the provisions of section 511 or 512. "SEC. 514. Such parts of appropriations and unexpended balances of appropriations available for expenditure by the Radio Division as the President deems necessary shall be available for expenditure by the Federal Radio Commission in the same manner as if such commission had been named in the laws providing for such appropriations, and the remainder of such appropriations and such unexpended balances shall not be expended but shall be impounded and returned to the Treasury." 1282 - - -- --- ...

Page  1283 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5893 NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by said law, the Radio Division of the Department of Commerce is hereby abolished and the duties, powers, and functions of or in respect of said division, together with all officers and employees thereof, all records, papers, and public property of or pertaining thereto, are hereby transferred to the Federal Radio Commission, and all parts of appropriations and unexpended balances of appropriations available for expenditure by the Department of Commerce for or on behalf of the Radio Division of the Department of Commerce are hereby transferred to the Federal Radio Commission. The Federal Radio Commission is hereby authorized and directed to dismiss officers and employees not indispensable to the service, to make such changes in the titles, designations, and duties of said officers and employees as it may deem necessary, and to return to the Treasury all appropriations or unexpended balances thereof not necessary to the maintenance of said commission. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July o20, 1932. [No. 5892] Executive Order 5893. July 26, 1932 xecttutibe Qrber APPOINTMENT OF MR. LAMAR COSTELLO Mr. Lamar Costello may be appointed to the position of Supervisor of Detentions at $3,000 per annum in the Immigration Service at Ellis Island, N. Y., without regard to the requirements of the civil-service rules. On account of his military training and other qualifications, Mr. Costello is particularly fitted for this position. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Secretary of Labor. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSiE, July 26, 1932. [No. 5893] 1283

Page  1284 EO 5894 Executive Orders Executive Order 5894. July 26, 1932 xetcutibe ~rbcr WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR RESURVEY COLORADO Under authority contained in the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions, provisions, and limitations of said acts, it is hereby ordered that the public lands in Tps. 35, 36, and 37 N., Rs. 5 and 6 E. of the New Mexico principal meridian, Colorado, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, entry, and all forms of appropriation, pending a resurvey of said townships under the act of March 3, 1909 (35 Stat. 845). This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by an act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 26, 1932. [No. 5894] 1284

Page  1285 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5896 Executive Order 5895. July 26, 1932 Cxetutibe Qrber REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS PENDING RESURVEY FLORIDA It is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 5030, dated January 18, 1929, which withdrew the public lands in Tps. 14 and 15 S., R. 25 E., Tallahassee meridian, Florida, pending resurvey, be, and the same is hereby, revoked. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 26, 1932. [No. 5895] Executive Order 5896. July 29, 1932 xetutibe rbcer EXEMPTION OF PERSONS FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 204 of Part II of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, the following-named persons who have reached the retirement age prescribed for automatic separation from the service are hereby exempted from the provisions of that section: Name Millard J. Moore Frank C. Skinner Joseph A. Hill Jasper S. Bilby Timothy W. Stanton Joseph Michaelson Department or EAtablishment Department of Commerce a a a a a a a Department of the Interior Navy Department 1285

Page  1286 EO 5897 Executive Orders Name William McLean Edgar Wommack William A. Newcome Sydney Y. Smith George O. Von Nerta Joseph D. Nevius George W. Ashworth William D. Heins Thomas H. Carroll Henry B. Shuman William B. Hamilton George W. Koonce Francis A. Sebring Frank H. Cole Coates W. Shoemaker William E. Rollins Department or Establishment Navy Department a a Department of State a a a Treasury Department at a u a a a u u a au War Department District of Columbia Smithsonian Institution a Senate Office Building The foregoing persons were temporarily exempted from the provisions of section 204 of the act above mentioned by Executive Orders Nos. 5873 and 5875 of June 30, 1932. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 29, 1932. [No. 5896] Executive Order 5897. July 30, 1932 executibe rber TEMPORARY EXEMPTION OF WILLIAM BERTRAND ACKER FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 204 of Part II of the act entitled ".AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, William Bertrand Acker, Chief Clerk, Department of the Interior, who has reached the retirement age prescribed for automatic separation from the service and who was temporarily exempted from the provisions of that section and continued in the service until August 1, 1932, by Executive Order No. 5873, dated June 30, 1932, 1286

Page  1287 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5898 is hereby given a further temporary exemption and continued in the service until November 1, 1932. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, July 30, 1932. [No. 5897] Executive Order 5898. August 2, 1932 Cxecutibe Q~rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS IN AID OF LEGISLATION ARIZONA Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the following-described lands in the State of Arizona be, and they are hereby, temporarily withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, subject to any prior valid existing claim initiated under the public land laws, by settlement or otherwise, and subject to the conditions of said acts, in aid of contemplated legislation that may enable the State of Arizona to secure, for the use of the University of Arizona, such of the withdrawn lands as are not subject to prior valid claims, and as may be needed for the purpose sought, the withdrawal to remain in full force and effect until the enactment of the contemplated legislation, or until revocation of the withdrawal by Executive order: All of secs. 11, 14, 22, 28, and E. X sec. 21, T. 14 S., R. 16 E., Gila and Salt River meridian, Arizona. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 2, 1932. [N o. 58981 1287

Page  1288 EO 5899 Executive Orders Executive Order 5899. August 2, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rbetr PUBLIC WATER RESTORATION No. 73 WYOMING So much of Executive order of April 19, 1912, creating Public Water Reserve No. 2, Wyoming No. 1, as affects the land hereinafter listed is hereby revoked, and all such land not otherwise reserved or withdrawn is hereby restored to the public domain and shall become subject to disposition under the laws applicable thereto upon such date and after such notice as may be hereafter determined and announced. SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 14 N., R. 89 W., sec. 11, E. % E. M; sec. 12, NW. X SW. Y. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August B, 19SS. [No. 5899] Executive Order 5900. August 10, 1932 Cxecutibe trber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LAND FOR CLASSIFICATION OREGON Under authority of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the public land hereinafter described, in the State of Oregon, be, and the same is hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification and in aid of legislation, subject to valid existing rights and subject to the conditions of the aforesaid acts: 1288

Page  1289 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5901 WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 17 S., R, 13 E., sec. 27, SW. Y SW. % SW. %. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 10, 1932. [No. 5900] Executive Order 5901. August 18, 1932 Qxecutibe rber AMENDMENT OF SCHEDULE A, SUBDIVISION IX, OF THE CIVIL SERVICE RULES Schedule A, Subdivision IX, Department of Agriculture, is hereby amended in paragraph 6, to except from the requirement of examination one assistant instead of two, in the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture, by changing the phraseology of paragraph 6, to read as follows: 6. One assistant to the Secretary in the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture. The effect of this amendment will be to include the position of one assistant with its incumbent in the classified competitive service. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1932. [No. 5901] 1289 24-519 0 - 74 - vol. II - 33

Page  1290 EO 5902 Executive Orders Executive Order 5902. August 18, 1932 xetcutibt @rber PUBLIC WATER RESERVE No. 145 CALIFORNIA Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), entitled "AN ACT To authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the lands hereinafter described be, and the same are hereby, in so far as title thereto remains in the United States, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry, and reserved for municipal water-supply purposes: SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN T. 3 S., R. 3 E., sec. 10, N. M; sec. 12, all. T. 2 S., R. 4 E., sec. 10, all; sec. 20, all; sec. 24, NE. %3 (fractional). T. 2 S., R. 5 E., sec. 34, all. T. 3 S., R. 5 E., sec. 2, N. % (fractional), N. 2 SW. A, SE. X SW. %, SE. %; sec. 12, all. T. 3 S., R. 6 E., sec. 22, all; sec. 26, all. T. 4 S., R. 7 E., sec. 10, all; sec. 12, all; sec. 14, all; sec. 24, all. T. 4 S., R. 8 E., sec. 18, all; sec. 20, all; sec. 28, all; sec. 34, all. T. 5 S., R. 9 E., sec. 18 (fractional), all; sec. 20, all. T. 6 S., R. 10 E., sec. 12, all. T. 6 S., R. 11 E., sec. 8, all; sec. 10, all. T. 5 S., R. 13 E., sec. 28, all; sec. 30, all; sec. 34, all. 1290

Page  1291 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5903 T. 5 S., R. 14 E., T. 6 S., R. 14 E., T. 5 S., R. 15 E., sec. 26, all; sec. 3Q, all; sec. 34, all. sec. 6, all. sec. 11, all; sec. 15, N. % SW. %, N. % SE. 4, SE. Y SE. Y; sec. 17, all; sec. 25, all; sec. 26, S. %; sec. 33, N. 2, SW. % SW. %; sec. 34, all. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1932. [No. 5902] Executive Order 5903. August 18, 1932 Cxetutibe Brber -, _ - WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION NEVADA Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848; U. S. Code, title 43, sec. 141), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497; U. S. Code, title 43, sec. 142), and subject to the conditions therein expressed, and to valid existing rights and an existing stock-driveway withdrawal, it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the followingdescribed area in Nevada be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification as to their suitability for migratory-bird refuge purposes: MOUNT DIABLO MERIDIAN T. 6 N., R. 55 E., unsurveyed, what will probably be when surveyed, secs. 1, 2, 11, and 12. T. 7 N., R. 55 E., unsurveyed, what will probably be when surveyed, secs. 1, 2, 3; secs. 10 to 16, inclusive; secs. 22 to 26, inclusive; and secs. 35 and 36. 1291

Page  1292 EO 5904 Executive Orders T. 8 N., R. 55 E., ses. 1, 11, 12, and 13; sec. 14, NE. 4, NE. NW. 4, S. % SW. X, and SE. %; secs. 22 to 27, inclusive, and secs. 34, 35, and 36. T. 9 N., R. 55 E., unsurveyed, what will probably be when surveyed, sec. 36. T. 6 N., R. 56 E., secs. 1 to 13, inclusive; sec. 14, N. %, N. % SW. %, SW. % SW. %, N. % SE. %, and SE. % SE. %; sec. 15, all. T. 7 N., R. 56 E., all. T. 8 N., R. 56 E., all. T. 9 N., R. 56 E., sec. 25, and secs. 31 to 36, inclusive. T. 6 N., R. 57 E., unsurveyed, what will probably be when surveyed, secs. 3 to 9, inclusive; secs. 16, 17, and 18. T. 7 N., R. 57 E., sec. 2, NW. %, secs. 3 to 10, inclusive; secs. 15 to 22, inclusive; secs. 27 to 34, inclusive; and unsurveyed, what will probably be when surveyed, sec. 1, NE. % and S. % sec. 2, secs. 11, 12, 14, and 23. T. 8 N., R. 57 E., secs. 1 to 11, inclusive; NW. % sec. 12; secs. 14 to 23, inclusive; secs. 26 to 35, inclusive; and unsurveyed, what will probably be when surveyed, NE. % and S. % sec. 12; secs. 13, 24, 25, and 36. T. 9 N., R. 57 E., secs. 31 to 36, inclusive. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1932. [No. 5903] Executive Order 5904. August 18, 1932 xecutibe Orber WITHDRAWAL OF LAND FOR USE OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT WYOMING Pursuant to the act of June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the SW. % NE. %, NW. % SE. %, and S. K SE. % sec. 9, T. 38 N., R. 78 W. of the sixth principal meridian, con1292

Page  1293 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5905 taming 160 acres, be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn subject to valid existing rights, for the use of the Navy Department in connection with Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 192s. [No. 5904] Executive Order 5905. August 18, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber APPOINTMENT OF MRS. SARAH L. CURTISS Mrs. Sarah L. Curtiss may be appointed to a clerkship at $1,260 per annum in the Veterans' Administration without regard to the civil-service requirements. Mrs. Curtiss is the widow of Dr. William W. Curtiss, formerly a commissioned officer in the Public Health Service and an employee of the Veterans' Administration. This order is issued upon the recommendation of the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1932. [No. 5905] 1293

Page  1294 EO 5906 Executive Orders Executive Order 5906. August 18, 1932 Cxecutibe ~rber MODIFICATION OF RESERVOIR-SITE RESERVE NO. 17 PACIFIC SLOPE BASINS, CALIFORNIA The Executive order of June 8, 1926, creating Reservoir-Site Reserve No. 17, is hereby modified to the extent of authorizing the Federal Power Commission to issue a license for Project No. 1209 on the following-described lands on condition that whenever the lands are required for reservoir purposes the licensee agrees at its own expense to remove its project works from said lands or from such portions thereof as may be required for reservoir purposes within 30 days after the receipt of notice from the Secretary of the Interior: SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN All portions of the following sections lying within 25 feet of the center line of the transmission-line location shown on a map designated "Exhibit K," and entitled "Electric Distribution Line along West. Fork of San Gabriel River," and filed in the office of the Federal Power Commission May 17, 1932: T. 2 N., R. 9 W., sec. 19. T. 2 N., R. 10 W., secs. 22, 23, 24. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1932. [No. 5906] 1294

Page  1295 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5907 Executive Order 5907. August 18, 1932 cxetutibe Drber 040 -PUBLIC WATER RESERVE No. 146 MONTANA, NEW MEXICO, OREGON, AND WYOMING Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), entitled "AN ACT To authorize the President of the United States to make withdrawals of public lands in certain cases," as amended by act of Congress approved August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), it is hereby ordered that the land hereinafter listed be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from settlement, location, sale, or entry and reserved for public use in accordance with the provisions of section 10 of the act of December 29, 1916 (39 Stat. 862, 865): MONTANA MONTANA MERIDIAN T. 22 N., R. 33 E., sec. 11, SE. % SE. %; sec. 13, lot 2; sec. 14, E. % NE. %. T. 22 N., R. 34 E., sec. 5, lots 6 and 11. NEW MEXICO NEW MEXICO MERIDIAN T. 12 N., R. 15 E., sec. 15, lots 5 and 6. OREGON WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN T. 38 S., R. 26 E., sec. 10, NE. % SWY, N. % SE 4; sec. 11, S. SW. %. T. 36 S., R. 32% E., sec. 23, SW. X NE. %, S. % NW. %, N. % SE. %. T. 38 S., R. 13 E., sec. 34, SE. % SE. %; sec. 35, SW. % SW. %. T. 39 S., R. 13 E., sec. 2, lots 3 and 4; sec. 3, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4. T. 41 S., R. 23 E., sec. 12, SE. % SW. %; sec. 13, E. % W. M. 1295

Page  1296 EO 5908 Executive Orders WYOMING SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN T. 45 N., R. 94 W., sec. 21, lots 1 and 2. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 18, 1932. INo. 5907] Executive Order 5908. August 22, 1932 Qxecutibe ~rtber PUBLIC WATER RESTORATION NO. 72 CALIFORNIA So much of the order of withdrawal dated May 17, 1927, creating Order of Withdrawal for Municipal Water-Supply Purposes, as affects the lands hereinafter listed is hereby revoked: SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN T. 3 S., R. 23 E., sec. 14, lots 1, 2, 3, 4; sec. 23, lots 1, 2, 3, 4; sec. 25, lots 1, 2; sec. 26, lots 1, 2, E. % SE. Y; sec. 36, lots 1, 2. T. 4 S., R. 23 E., sec. 2, lots 3, 4, 5, 6; sec. 11, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, E. Y SW. Y; sec. 14, all (fractional); sec. 23, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, E. X NW. Y4, SW. 4 SE. 4; sec. 26, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, W. 2 E. 2; sec. 35, lots 1, 2, 3, 4. T. 5 S., R. 23 E., sec. 1, lots 1, 5, SE. 4 NW. 3, E. Y SW. 4; sec. 12, lot 1, W. Y2 NE. %, NE. 4 SE. 4. All public lands in the following-described sections which lie within 50 feet of the proposed location of a conduit to carry water from Colorado River as shown on a map (Exhibit J) accompanying the application of the City of Los Angeles for a right of way filed in the General Land Office under Los Angeles 043640: 1296

Page  1297 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5909 T. 2 S., R. 5 E., sec. 22. T. 3 S., R. 6 E., sees. 4, 10, 24. T. 5 S., R. 10 E., secs. 30, 32. T. 5 S., R. 14 E., secs. 13, 23. T. 5 S., R. 15 E., secs. 13, 22, 23, 24. T. 5 S., R. 16 E., secs. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 34, 35. T. 5 S., R. 17 E., sec. 31. T. 6 S., R. 17 E., secs. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 17, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 35. T. 7 S., R. 17 E., secs. 1, 2, 12. T. 7 S., R. 18 E., secs. 6, 7, 8, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 26, 28, 34. T. 7 S., R. 19 E., secs. 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 29, 30, 31. T. 7 S., R. 20 E., secs. 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. T. 5 S., R. 21 E., sec. 35. T. 6 S., R. 21 E., secs. 1, 2, 11, 14, 22, 23, 26, 27, 33, 34. T. 7 S., R. 21 E., sees. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 17, 18. T. 5 S., R. 22 E., sees. 19 to 31, inclusive. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 2, 1932. [No. 5.908] Executive Order 5909. August 22, 1932 executibe 9rber WITHDRAWAL OF PUBLIC LANDS FOR CLASSIFICATION NEW MEXICO Under and pursuant to the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 847-848), as amended by the act of August 24, 1912 (37 Stat. 497), and subject to the conditions therein expressed and valid existing rights, it is hereby ordered that the public lands within the following-described area in New Mexico be, and the same are hereby, temporarily withdrawn for classification as to their suitability for wild-life refuge purposes: NEW MEXICO MERIDIAN T. 10 S., R. 25 E., sec. 4, all; sec. 5, lots 1, 2, and 3, S. % NE. 4, S. X NW. %, SW. 4, and SE. 34; 1297

Page  1298 EO 5910 Executive Orders sec. 8, NE. 4%; sec. 9, SW. ] NE. 4, W. %, and W. 4 SE. 34; and sec. 10, NE. Y NW. 4, and W. % NW. 4. This order shall continue in full force and effect unless and until revoked by the President or by act of Congress. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 22, 1932. [No. 5909] Executive Order 5910. August 23, 1932 cexecutibe trber AMENDMENTS TO TARIFF OF UNITED STATES CONSULAR FEES The Tariff of United States Consular Fees is hereby amended as follows: In item 1 the word "original" is substituted for the word "duplicate." Item 9 is amended by adding thereto the present provisions of item 10, to read as follows: Visaing a Chinese passport or certificate (except no fee for persons included in a, b, and c above) -----------------------— $9. 00. Item 10 as now established is replaced by the following: Visaing affidavit of identity --- $9 --- —----------------------. 00. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 23, 1932. [No. 5910] 1298

Page  1299 Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933 EO 5912 Executive Order 5911. August 24, 1932 xectutibe (!rber EXEMPTION OF JOHN W. GINDER FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 204 of Part II of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, John W. Ginder, Superintendent of the Architectural Engineering Division, Office of the Supervising Architect, Treasury Department, who has reached the retirement age prescribed for automatic separation from the service, is hereby exempted from the provisions of that section. HERBERT HOOVER THE WHITE HOUSE, August 24, 1932. [No. 59111 Executive Order 5912. August 24, 1932 Cxecuttbe 0rbec EXEMPTION OF JOHN P. MCDOWELL FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE By virtue of the authority vested in me by section 204 of Part II of the act entitled "AN ACT Making appropriations for the Legislative Branch of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, and for other purposes," approved June 30, 1932, John P. McDowell, member of board of appe