ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS 1939

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Administrative Order No. 112, s. 1939
December 29, 1939
Signed on December 29, 1939: Reprimanding Gervasio Ramirez, Provincial Treasurer of Tarlac, for negligence
Administrative Order No. 116, s. 1939
December 29, 1939
Signed on December 29, 1939: Requiring Justice of the Peace Jorge c. Cascayan of Villareal, Samar, to resign from office
Administrative Order No. 115, s. 1939
December 29, 1939
Signed on December 29, 1939: Reprimanding Provincial Treasurer Baldomero Perez of Ilocos Norte and fining him one month’s pay
Administrative Order No. 114, s. 1939
December 29, 1939
Signed on December 29, 1939: Suspending Register of Deeds Mauro Valenciano of the Province of Albay for negligence
Administrative Order No. 113, s. 1939
December 29, 1939
Signed on December 29, 1939: Dismissing the Justice of the Peace, Honorato de Leon, of Mankayan, Kibungan, and Bakun, Mountain Province, for cause.
Administrative Order No. 111, s. 1939
December 20, 1939
Signed on December 20, 1939: Authorizing the sale of the third lot of the Metropolitan Water District Bonds, valued at P500,000, which was postponed indefinitely by virtue of Administrative Order No. 29, dated November 25, 1930.
Administrative Order No. 110, s. 1939
November 17, 1939
Signed on November 17, 1939: Creating an advisory body on unemployment
Administrative Order No. 109, s. 1939
November 3, 1939
Signed on November 3, 1939: Creating a joint educational survey committee
Administrative Order No. 108, s. 1939
October 20, 1939
Signed on October 20, 1939: In the matter of the administrative investigation of Governor Ramon Samonte of Cavite
Administrative Order No. 107, s. 1939
October 2, 1939
Signed on October 2, 1939: Creating an emergency control board
Administrative Order No. 106, s. 1939
October 2, 1939
Signed on October 2, 1939: Creating a committee to study and recommend to the President of the Philippines the suspension, either wholly or partially, of the Eight-Hour Labor Law.
Administrative Order No. 105, s. 1939
October 2, 1939
Signed on October 2, 1939: Suspending Honorable Agustin Pintang, Provincial Governor of Isabela
Administrative Order No. 104, s. 1939
September 30, 1939
Signed on September 30, 1939: Authorizing the Rizal Surety and Insurance Company to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds, and undertakings.
Administrative Order No. 103, s. 1939
September 18, 1939
Signed on September 18, 1939: Creating a committee to investigate the matter of the use of rivers in the Province of Pampanga
Administrative Order No. 102, s. 1939
September 11, 1939
Signed on September 11, 1939: Reprimanding Provincial Treasurer Saturnino David of Laguna
Administrative Order No. 101, s. 1939
August 27, 1939
Signed on August 27, 1939: Extending to October 31, 1939, the period within which the committee created to study the advisability of a compromise settlement of Case No. 2427 of the Court of First Instance of Iloilo, “In re Estate of Francisco R. Santos, deceased,” may submit its findings and recommendations.
Administrative Order No. 100, s. 1939
July 28, 1939
Signed on July 28, 1939: In re administrative case against Assistant Provincial Fiscal Mariano G. Alagar of Vigan, Ilocos Sur
Administrative Order No. 99, s. 1939
July 21, 1939
Signed on July 21, 1939: Creating a committee to study the advisability of a compromise settlement of Case No. 2427 of the Court of First Instance of Iloilo, “In re Estate of Francisco R. Santos, deceased.”
Administrative Order No. 98, s. 1939
July 13, 1939
Signed on July 13, 1939: Authorizing government officers and employees to become members of Consumers’ Cooperative Associations.
Administrative Order No. 97, s. 1939
July 10, 1939
Signed on July 10, 1939: Creating a committee to make the necessary studies and to submit recommendations on the necessity or advisability of (1) extending the Manila Railroad Company’s lines to the south port area; (2) constructing the proposed cargo shed between piers 5 and 7; (3) establishing a fenced customs zone in the south port area; and (4) improving the present system of examination and handling of cargo.
Administrative Order No. 96, s. 1939
May 30, 1939
Signed on May 30, 1939: Creating President Roosevelt’s Poliomyelitis Committee
Administrative Order No. 95, s. 1939
May 3, 1939
Signed on May 3, 1939: Designating Brigadier General Vicente Lim as Deputy Chief of Staff, Philippine Army
Administrative Order No. 94, s. 1939
April 28, 1939
Signed on April 28, 1939: Requiring promptness in the dispatch by the various executive departments of correspondence from the Office of the President of the Philippines, especially those involving the foreign relations of the Commonwealth Government and those relating to petitions from persons seeking government protection and redress of grievances.
Administrative Order No. 92, s. 1939
April 21, 1939
Signed on April 21, 1939: Dismissing Justice of the Peace Ciriaco Sahagun of San Felipe, Zambales, from office.
Administrative Order No. 93, s. 1939
April 21, 1939
Signed on April 21, 1939: Creating a committee to conduct the necessary investigations and to draft revised regulations to further insure the safety of life and property in the handling of explosives at the port of Manila and its transportation to and from storage magazines located in the vicinity of the City of Manila.
Administrative Order No. 91, s. 1939
April 18, 1939
Signed on April 18, 1939: Dismissing Justice of the Peace Marcelo G. Ramos of Las Piñas, Rizal, and disqualifying him from holding public office.
Administrative Order No. 90, s. 1939
April 11, 1939
Signed on April 11, 1939: Removing the disqualification of former Justice of the Peace Lucio Jacob and restoring him to full civil and political rights.
Administrative Order No. 89, s. 1939
April 11, 1939
Signed on April 11, 1939: Creating a committee to determine the cause or causes of damage to the North Jetty, Port of Legaspi, Albay Province.
Administrative Order No. 88, s. 1939
March 6, 1939
Signed on March 6, 1939: Creating a committee to pass upon the qualifications of foreign physicians, considered as experts, who desire to practice medicine in the Philippines.
Administrative Order No. 85, s. 1939
January 23, 1939
Signed on January 23, 1939: Amendment to authority granted to insurance and surety companies to become sureties upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds, and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 87, s. 1939
January 23, 1939
Signed on January 23, 1939: Requiring that all communications in writing intended for the Executive Department of the Government be transmitted directly to the Head of the Department concerned
Administrative Order No. 86, s. 1939
January 23, 1939
Signed on January 23, 1939: Amending Administrative Order No. 71, dated June 24, 1938, creating an Advisory Body to the National Relief Administrator