ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS 1946

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Administrative Order No. 23, s. 1946
December 21, 1946
Signed on December 21, 1946: Suspending Provincial Fiscal Mariano V. Benedicto of Zamboanga
Administrative Order No. 22, s. 1946
December 5, 1946
Signed on December 5, 1946: Designating the National Rizal Day Committee
Administrative Order No. 21, s. 1946
December 5, 1946
Signed on December 5, 1946: Creating a Division of Controls in the Executive Office
Administrative Order No. 20, s. 1946
December 3, 1946
Signed on December 3, 1946: Creating a Commission to study and make recommendations on the ways and means to increase the production of palay, corn and other food crops
Administrative Order No. 19
November 29, 1946
Signed on November 29, 1946: Creating a committee to conduct negotiations with the archbishop of manila for the acquisition by the government of properties belonging to the latter
Administrative Order No. 18, s. 1946
November 15, 1946
Signed on November 15, 1946: Creating an Interdepartmental Committee to study, determine and list the surplus properties needed for the use of the government, its agencies and instrumentalities, including government-owned or controlled corporations
Administrative Order No. 17, s. 1946
November 15, 1946
Signed on November 15, 1946: Implementing Administrative Order No. 11 creating Guerilla Amnesty Commissions
Administrative Order No. 16, s. 1946
October 31, 1946
Signed on October 31, 1946: Appointing the members of the Emergency Currency Board
Administrative Order No. 15, s. 1946
October 28, 1946
Signed on October 28, 1946: Suspending Judge Vicente Bautista of the Municipal Court of Manila pending investigation of the administrative case filed against him by Attorney Lorenzo P. Magtutu and designating the Honorable Mariano de la Rosa, Executive Judge of the Court of First Instance of Manila, to investigate the case
Administrative Order No. 14, s. 1946
October 18, 1946
Signed on October 18, 1946: Creating a Reorganization Committee to assist the President in the reorganization of the different executive departments, bureaus, offices, agencies, and other instrumentalities of the government, including the corporations owned or controlled by it, pursuant to the provisions of Republic Act No. 51
Administrative Order No. 13, s. 1946
October 12, 1946
Signed on October 12, 1946: Creating a Commission, to be known as the Philippine Port Commission, to perform the functions of the Committee created under Administrative Order No. 35, dated 29 May 1946, and to act as the agency of the Republic of the Philippines in connection with the rehabilitation, improvement and construction of port and harbor facilities in the Philippines under Section 303(a) of the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946
Administrative Order No. 12, s. 1946
October 12, 1946
Signed on October 12, 1946: Exonerating Judge Quirico Abeto form charges which gave rise to his investigation in 1941 and ordering the payment to him of his salary from the date of suspension, August 1, to December 31, 1941, including the three months’ advance pay authorized in Administrative Order No. 167, dated December 12, 1941, and the gratuity equivalent to two months’ salary authorized in Administrative Order No. 27, dated December 7, 1945
Administrative Order No. 11, s. 1946
October 2, 1946
Signed on October 2, 1946: Creating Guerrilla Amnesty Commissions
Administrative Order No. 10, s. 1946
August 24, 1946
Signed on August 24, 1946: Amending Administrative Order No. 7, dated July 30, 1946, entitled “Creating the Civil Aeronautics Commission”
Administrative Order No. 9, s. 1946
August 7, 1946
Signed on August 7, 1946: Creating a Committee to investigate complaints against Director Pablo Lucas of the Bureau of Printing and to study the organization and operation of the Bureau of Printing
Administrative Order No. 8, s. 1946
July 30, 1946
Signed on July 30, 1946: Authorizing the Director General of the Philippine Relief and Rehabilitation Administration to call upon and obtain the assistance of any officer or employee of any department, bureau, agency or instrumentality of the government and to create relief committees
Administrative Order No. 7, s. 1946
July 30, 1946
Signed on July 30, 1946: Creating the Civil Aeronautics Commission
Administrative Order No. 6, s. 1946
July 29, 1946
Signed on July 29, 1946: Creating a Committee to receive evidence on, investigate, determine and recommend ways and means to settle money claims against the National Government, its branches, subdivisions, agencies, and instrumentalities, outstanding and unpaid immediately prior to liberation of the Philippines from enemy occupation
Administrative Order No. 5, s. 1946
July 23, 1946
Signed on July 23, 1946: Creating a Committee to select the place on which to build the capital city of the Philippines and the capitol building or buildings
Administrative Order No. 4, s. 1946
July 19, 1946
Signed on July 19, 1946: Creating an interdepartmental committee to take charge of requests for the allocation of quotas for food that may be obtained by the Republic of the Philippines from the International Emergency Food Council and for other vital materials from the International Commodity Division of the United States Department of Commerce
Administrative Order No. 3, s. 1946
July 15, 1946
Signed on July 15, 1946: Giving preference to 1941 officers and employees not yet reinstated in the filling of positions in the civil service
Administrative Order No. 2, s. 1946
July 15, 1946
Signed on July 15, 1946: Creating a Commission on Planning, Priorities and Allocations for the purposes of Title III, Sections 302, 303, 304, and 305 of the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946
Administrative Order No. 1, s. 1946
July 12, 1946
Signed on July 12, 1946: Appointing the Honorable Sergio Osmeña, former President of the Philippines, and the Honorable Jose Yulo, Speaker of the former National Assembly, members of the Council of State
Administrative Order No. 44, s. 1946
June 28, 1946
Signed on June 28, 1946: Granting full and plenary pardon to Major Gamaliel L. Manikan, Infantry, Philippine Army, and providing for his reinstatement in the Regular Force, Philippine Army
Administrative Order No. 43, s. 1946
June 22, 1946
Signed on June 22, 1946: Authorizing the Tabacalera Insurance Company to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 42, s. 1946
June 17, 1946
Signed on June 17, 1946: Intensifying the national food production campaign
Administrative Order No. 41, s. 1946
June 17, 1946
Signed on June 17, 1946: Creating the Philippine Committee of Food and Agriculture
Administrative Order No. 40, s. 1946
June 8, 1946
Signed June 8, 1946: Creating a committee to take charge of the arrangements for the reception and the burial of the mortal remains of the late President Manuel L. Quezon
Administrative Order No. 39, s. 1946
June 4, 1946
Signed on June 4, 1946: Creating Committees to investigate the business affairs of government-owned and controlled corporations and other agencies of the Government
Administrative Order No. 38, s. 1946
June 4, 1946
Signed on June 4, 1946: Creating an Agrarian Commission to study and make recommendations on ways and means for the permanent solution of the agrarian problems of the Philippines
Administrative Order No. 37, s. 1946
June 3, 1946
Signed on June 3, 1946: Requiring certain classes of official and employees of the National Government and of government owned and controlled corporations to subscribe to a sworn declaration of their financial assets and liabilities
Administrative Order No. 36, s. 1946
June 3, 1946
Signed on June 3, 1946: Creating a Tax Commission
Administrative Order No. 35, s. 1946
May 29, 1946
Signed on May 29, 1946: Creating a Committee to conduct a survey of port facilities of the City of Manila
Administrative Order No. 34, s. 1946
April 2, 1946
Signed on April 2, 1946: Authorizing the Traders Insurance and Surety Company to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 33, s. 1946
March 6, 1946
Signed on March 6, 1946: Reorganizing the Office of the Resident Commissioner of the Philippines to the United States
Administrative Order No. 32, s. 1946
February 18, 1946
Signed on February 18, 1946: Authorizing the Visayan Surety and Insurance Corporation to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds, and undertakings.
Administrative Order No. 31, s. 1946
January 8, 1946
Signed on January 8, 1946: Authorizing the Plaridel Surety and Insurance Company to become a surety a upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings.
Administrative Order No. 30, s. 1946
January 3, 1946
Signed on January 3, 1946: Creating a Committee to hold a Music Contest in connection with Independence Day in 1946