ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS 1948

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Administrative Order No. 77, s. 1948
December 24, 1948
Signed on December 24, 1948: Setting aside Administrative Order No. 23, dated December 21, 1946, and reinstating Provincial Fiscal Mariano V. Benedicto of Zamboanga
Administrative Order No. 76, s. 1948
December 16, 1948
Signed on December 16, 1948: Creating a Committee to implement Executive Order No. 145, dated June 19, 1948, as amended by Executive Order No. 190, dated December 16, 1948, concerning the collection of voluntary contributions from pupils and students enrolled in public and private elementary, secondary and collegiate schools with which to finance the restoration of the Rizal home in Calamba, Laguna, and Dapitan Park in Zamboanga
Administrative Order No. 75, s. 1948
November 22, 1948
Signed on November 22, 1948: Designating the National Rice and Corn Corporation (NARIC) and the Philippine Relief and Trade Rehabilitation Administration (PRATRA) as the agencies of the government to carry into effect certain provisions of Executive Order No. 184, dated November 19, 1948
Administrative Order No. 74, s. 1948
November 19, 1948
Signed on November 19, 1948: Designating the National Rizal Day Committee
Administrative Order No. 73, s. 1948
November 12, 1948
Signed on November 12, 1948: Designating Mr. Severino Nico, Division Inspector of the Bureau of Lands, to investigate the disputes and all other differences that have arisen between the National Land Settlement Administration and the National Development Company, in the cultivation of areas designated for use of the National Development Company in Ala Valley, Province of Cotabato
Administrative Order No. 72, s. 1948
October 29, 1948
Signed on October 29, 1948: Removing Mr. Brigido L. Temperante from the office of Register of Deeds of Camarines Sur
Administrative Order No. 71, s. 1948
October 29, 1948
Signed on October 29, 1948: Coordinating the activities of the different relief organizations of the Government in connection with the campaign for the complete restoration of peace and order and with disasters caused by natural calamities
Administrative Order No. 70, s. 1948
October 27, 1948
Signed on October 27, 1948: Removing Mr. Nicomedes Garcia from office as Justice of the Peace of Polillo, Province of Quezon
Administrative Order No. 69, s. 1948
September 3, 1948
Signed on September 3, 1948: Creating a Committee to inquire into the boundary dispute of the Provinces of Nueva Vizcaya and Isabela arising from the operation of Executive Order No. 157, as amended by Executive Order No. 161
Administrative Order No. 68, s. 1948
August 12, 1948
Signed on August 12, 1948: Creating an Action Committee on Social Amelioration
Administrative Order No. 67, s. 1948
August 12, 1948
Signed on August 12, 1948: Removing Mr. Jose Z. Tiapon from office as Chief of Police of the City of Davao
Administrative Order No. 66, s. 1948
August 4, 1948
Signed on August 4, 1948: Creating an Advisory Board to advise the President on the implementation of Public Law No. 865 of the 80th Congress of the United States, otherwise known as the Rogers Act
Administrative Order No. 65, s. 1948
August 2, 1948
Signed on August 2, 1948: Amending Administrative Order No. 13 dated October 12, 1946, creating the Philippine Port Commission
Administrative Order No. 64, s. 1948
July 29, 1948
Signed on July 29, 1948: Authorizing the Republic Surety and Insurance Company, Inc., to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 63, s. 1948
July 23, 1948
Signed on July 23, 1948: Authorizing the Philippine Surety and Insurance Company, Incorporated, to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 62, s. 1948
July 7, 1948
Signed on July 7, 1948: Amending Administrative Order Numbered Fifty-four, dated May 7, 1948
Administrative Order No. 60, s. 1948
June 19, 1948
Signed on June 19, 1948: Creating the Sugar Rehabilitation and Readjustment Commission
Administrative Order No. 59, s. 1948
June 14, 1948
Signed on June 14, 1948: Authorizing the Manila Insurance Company to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 61, s. 1948
June 12, 1948
Signed on June 12, 1948: On charges against Mr. Melecio Fabros, Deputy Insular Collector of Customs
Administrative Order No. 58, s. 1948
June 4, 1948
Signed on June 4, 1948: Appointing the Honorable Ramon Avanceña, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines, member of the Council of State
Administrative Order No. 57, s. 1948
May 29, 1948
Signed on May 29, 1948: Amending Administrative Order No. 4, dated July 19, 1946, so as to change the composition of the Committee created thereunder
Administrative Order No. 56, s. 1948
May 22, 1948
Signed on May 22, 1948: Creating a National Committee to take charge of the second anniversary celebration of the Republic of the Philippines on July 4, 1948
Administrative Order No. 55, s. 1948
May 7, 1948
Signed on May 7, 1948: Creating a Technical Committee for the delimitation of United States military bases in the Philippines
Administrative Order No. 54, s. 1948
May 7, 1948
Signed on May 7, 1948: Creating a Committee to examine the actual conditions in the Surplus Property Commission
Administrative Order No. 53, s. 1948
April 23, 1948
Signed on April 23, 1948: Removing Mr. Esteban T. Bumanglag from the office of Justice of the Peace of Talipao and Maimbung, Province of Sulu
Administrative Order No. 52, s. 1948
April 21, 1948
Signed on April 21, 1948: Dismissing Mr. Aniano Rusiana from the service as Justice of the Peace of Santa Fe, Bantayan and Madridejos, Province of Cebu
Administrative Order No. 51, s. 1948
April 17, 1948
Signed on April 17, 1948: Creating a Committee to take charge of the funeral arrangements and burial of the late President Manuel Roxas
Administrative Order No. 50, s. 1948
April 8, 1948
Signed on April 8, 1948: Authorizing the payment of the accumulated pensions for one year of the retired teachers out of the assets of the teachers’ retirement and disability fund, of the teachers’ retirement and disability fund, of the retired constabulary officers and enlisted men, health officials and employees and justices of the supreme court from any fund in the Philippine Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and of the veterans of past Philippine revolutions or wars from the unexpended balance of the appropriation under Commonwealth Act No. 710, and the discounting with the Philippine National Bank of the balance of the accumulated pensions of the retired teachers, constabulary officers and enlisted men, health officials and employees, justices of the Supreme Court, and veterans of past Philippine revolutions or wars
Administrative Order No. 49, s. 1948
February 28, 1948
Signed February 28, 1948: Authorizing the South Sea Surety and Insurance Company, Incorporated, to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 48, s.1948
February 28, 1948
Signed on February 28, 1948: Authorizing the Yek Tong Fire and Marin Insurance Company, Ltd., to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds undertakings
Administrative Order No. 47, s. 1948
February 3, 1948
Signed on February 3, 1948: Abolishing the division of controls in the Executive office and transferring the powers, duties and functions thereof to the Control Committee of the Government Enterprises Council
Administrative Order No. 46, s. 1948
January 15, 1948
Signed January 15, 1948: Granting full and plenary pardon to Major Marcelo S. Castillo, Armed Forces of the Philippines, and restoring him to his former place in the seniority and lineal roster of regular officers
Administrative Order No. 46, s. 1948
January 15, 1948
Signed on January 15, 1948: Granting full and plenary pardon to Major Marcelo S. Castillo, Armed Forces of the Philippines, and restoring him to his former place in the seniority and lineal roster of regular officers
Adminstrative Order No. 45, s. 1948
January 6, 1948
Signed on January 6, 1948: Creating a committee to take charge of the proper observance of Constitution Day on February 8, 1948