ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS 1954

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Administrative Order No. 89, s. 1954
December 15, 1954
Signed on December 15, 1954: Directing the committee created under Administrative Order No. 82, dated November 23, 1954, to study the practicability of establishing an industrial zone outside of the City of Manila
Administrative Order No. 88, s. 1954
December 7, 1954
Signed on December 7, 1954: Creating a Special Committee on Backpay Claims
Administrative Order No. 87, s. 1954
December 7, 1954
Signed on December 7, 1954: Modifying Administrative Order No. 86 dated December 2, 1954 by considering Mr. Filemon F. Busa, Chief of Police of Butuan City, as resigned from the service
Administrative Order No. 86, s. 1954
December 2, 1954
Signed on December 2, 1954: Removing Mr. Filemon F. Busa from office as Chief of Police of Butuan City
Administrative Order No. 85, s. 1954
November 27, 1954
Signed on November 27, 1954: Modifying Administrative Order No. 51, dated August 5, 1954, by reducing the period of the suspension of Provincial Governor Gedeon G. Quijano of Misamis Occidental
Administrative Order No. 84, s. 1954
November 26, 1954
Signed on November 26, 1954: Directing the Department of Foreign Affairs, the General Auditing Office, and the Bureau of Civil Service, to be guided closely by Republic Act No. 708 in the administration of the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Foreign Service, particularly in the selection, promotion, and assignment of personnel and to strictly enforce the provisions of said act
Administrative Order No. 83, s. 1954
November 24, 1954
Signed on November 24, 1954: Exonerating Vice-Mayor Manuel Villanueva of Bacolod City
Administrative Order No. 82, s. 1954
November 23, 1954
Signed on November 23, 1954: Creating a committee to study the conditions of Intramuros and make recommendations as to its treatment and disposition
Administrative Order No. 81, s. 1954
November 21, 1954
Signed on November 21, 1954: Dismissing the administrative case against Col. Telesforo Tenorio, Chief of Police of Manila, and reinstating him in office
Administrative Order No. 80, s. 1954
November 20, 1954
Signed on November 20, 1954: Creating a Presidential Action Committee on Sulu Affairs
Administrative Order No. 79, s. 1954
November 20, 1954
Signed on November 20, 1954: Designating the National Rizal Day Committee
Administrative Order No. 78, s. 1954
November 18, 1954
Signed on November 18, 1954: Creating a committee to conduct a nationwide survey of the effects of the Minimum Wage Law
Administrative Order No. 77, s. 1954
November 17, 1954
Signed on November 17, 1954: Creating a committee to investigate the administrative charges against Mayor Arsenio H. Lacson of the City of Manila
Administrative Order No. 76, s. 1954
November 15, 1954
Signed on November 15, 1954: Further Amending Administrative Order No. 37, series of 1954, as amended by Administrative Order No. 62, same series, entitled “Creating A Committee to Study And Recommend Improvements of the Law Nationalizing the Retail Trade”
Administrative Order No. 75, s. 1954
November 15, 1954
Signed on November 15, 1954: Removing Mr. Ignacio T. Cui as Chief of the Fire Department, Calbayog City, for electioneering (partisan political activity)
Administrative Order No. 74, s. 1954
November 13, 1954
Signed on November 13, 1954: Creating a Special Executive Committee for the Motor Vehicles Office to implement the revised motor vehicle law and to improve the operational setup and services thereof
Administrative Order No. 73, s. 1954
November 12, 1954
Signed on November 12, 1954: Removing Mr. Primitivo P. Cammayo from office as Assistant Fiscal of Manila
Administrative Order No. 72, s. 1954
November 7, 1954
Signed on November 7, 1954: Creating a committee to investigate the shipping industry
Administrative Order No. 71, s. 1954
November 1, 1954
Signed on November 1, 1954: Removing Damiano B. Villalba as Chief of the Fire Department of Butuan City, for partisan political activity
Administrative Order No. 70, s. 1954
November 1, 1954
Signed on November 1, 1954: Considering as resigned Register of Deeds Hipolito Buendia of Bulacan
Administrative Order No. 69, s. 1954
October 15, 1954
Signed on October 15, 1954: Removing Mr. Buenaventura Sabulao from office as Justice of the Peace of Kidapawan, Cotabato
Administrative Order No. 68, s. 1954
October 14, 1954
Signed on October 14, 1954: Suspending Mr. Antonio G. Isip from office as Assistant Fiscal of Manila
Administrative Order No. 67, s. 1954
September 30, 1954
Signed on September 30, 1954: Creating an Agricultural Tenancy Commission
Administrative Order No. 66, s. 1954
September 27, 1954
Signed on September 27, 1954: Reprimanding Mr. Eugenio Maghirang as Chief of the fire department of the City of San Pablo
Administrative Order No. 65, s. 1954
September 27, 1954
Signed on September 27, 1954: Creating a Committee to coordinate the study, investigation and survey of all multi-purpose projects for electric-power generation, flood control, irrigation and water supply
Administrative Order No. 64, s. 1954
September 27, 1954
Signed on September 27, 1954: Organizing the Asian Good Neighbor Relations Commission, and designating the members thereof
Administrative Order No. 63, s. 1954
September 26, 1954
Signed on September 26, 1954: Creating a Committee to investigate the administrative charge against councilors Francis Yuseco, Justo Ibay and Ruperto Cristobal of the City of Manila, for dishonesty
Administrative Order No. 62, s. 1954
September 23, 1954
Signed on September 23, 1954: Amending Administrative Order No. 37 dated June 19, 1954, entitled “Creating a Committee to Study and Recommend Improvements of the Law Nationalizing the Retail Trade.”
Administrative Order No. 61, s. 1954
September 21, 1954
Signed on September 21, 1954: Considering as resigned Mr. Meneleo Bernardez, Member-Secretary of the Board of Special Inquiry, Bureau of Immigration
Administrative Order No. 60, s. 1954
September 17, 1954
Signed on September 17, 1954: Creating the Philippine Information Agency to carry out a program of international publicity and public relations for the Republic of the Philippines
Administrative Order No. 59, s. 1954
September 15, 1954
Signed on September 15, 1954: Creating a Committee to plan, coordinate and supervise the buying of palay by the government from small farmers and tenants during the period of 1954-1955 rice harvest
Administrative Order No. 58, s. 1954
September 11, 1954
Signed on September 11, 1954: Reprimanding Mr. Ebgardo R. Hojilla as Chairman of the Board of Special Inquiry, Bureau of Immigration
Administrative Order No. 56, s. 1954
September 11, 1954
Signed on September 11, 1954: Creating a Secretariat to take charge of the Manila Conference of 1954
Administrative Order No. 57, s. 1954
September 10, 1954
Signed on September 10, 1954: Calling a forestry conference and naming the Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources to take charge of the conference
Administrative Order No. 55, s. 1954
August 16, 1954
Signed on August 16, 1954: Creating a Committee to investigate the claim of the natives of the City of Baguio for exclusion of the areas claimed by them from the Baguio Townsite Reservation
Administrative Order No. 54, s. 1954
August 10, 1954
Signed on August 10, 1954: Authorizing the committee created by Administrative Order No. 76, dated December 16, 1948, as amended, to appropriate from its collections such amounts as may be necessary for the maintenance and upkeep of Rizal Home in Calamba, the Dapitan Park in Zamboanga, and the restored portion of the building at Fort Santiago where Rizal spent his last day before his execution
Administrative Order No. 53, s. 1954
August 10, 1954
Signed on August 10, 1954: Suspending Foreign Affairs Officer and Consul Justiniano D. Quirino
Administrative Order No. 52, s. 1954
August 8, 1954
Signed on August 8, 1954: Authorizing the Citizen’s Surety and Insurance Co., Inc. to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 51, s. 1954
August 5, 1954
Signed on August 5, 1954: Suspending from office Honorable Gedeon G. Quijano, Provincial Governor of Misamis Occidental, for Acts of Terrorism and Abuse of Authority
Administrative Order No. 50, s. 1954
August 4, 1954
Signed on August 4, 1954: Amending Administrative Order No. 19 dated March 24, 1954, Creating a Committee to make a study of the organization, functions and duties of the Sugar Quota Administration and conduct an investigation of its personnel
Administrative Order No. 49, s. 1954
August 3, 1954
Signed on August 3, 1954: Creating a Committee to take charge of the observance of Philippine-American Day on August 13, 1954
Administrative Order No. 48, s. 1954
July 20, 1954
Signed on July 20, 1954: Greating a Committee to investigate the Affairs and Conditions of the Public Service Commission and to recommend measures to improve the service rendered by it
Administrative Order No. 47, s. 1954
July 14, 1954
Signed on July 14, 1954: Creating a Special Mission to the United States to study the possibility of Foreign Capitalists’ Investing in the Philippines
Administrative Order No. 46, s. 1954
July 13, 1954
Signed on July 13, 1954: Authorizing the Pioneer Insurance and Surety Corporation to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 45, s. 1954
July 13, 1954
Signed on July 13, 1954: Creating a Committee to handle the Rehabilitation of Pardoned and Paroled Prisoners
Administrative Order No. 44, s. 1954
July 13, 1954
Signed on July 13, 1954: Amending Administrative Order No. 11 dated March 6, 1954, creating a Committee on programming and planning of roads to be improved
Administrative Order No. 43, s. 1954
July 10, 1954
Signed on July 10, 1954: Creating a Committee to Investigate Mining Accidents and to look into the activities of the Bureau of Mines for the purpose of determining whether it has done its duty of protecting miners
Administrative Order No. 42, s. 1954
July 6, 1954
Signed on July 6, 1954: Creating a Committee to study the problems of the Abaca Industry
Administrative Order No. 41, s. 1954
July 6, 1954
Signed on July 6, 1954: Amending Administrative Order No. 17 dated November 15, 1946, Creating Amnesty Commission, Armed Forces of the Philippines
Administrative Order No. 40, s. 1954
July 5, 1954
Signed on July 5, 1954: Exonerating Provincial Governor Archimedes Villanueva of Zambales
Administrative Order No. 39, s. 1954
July 5, 1954
Signed on July 5, 1954: Creating a Committee to make a study of existing civil service laws, rules and regulations and operating procedures to implement more vigorously the provisions of the Constitution concerning the Civil Service
Administrative Order No. 38, s. 1954
July 5, 1954
Signed on July 5, 1954: Creating a Committee to Investigate the Affairs of the National Rice and Corn Corporation
Administrative Order No. 37, s. 1954
June 19, 1954
Signed on June 19, 1954: Creating a Committee to study and recommend improvements of the law nationalizing the retail trade
Administrative Order No. 36, s. 1954
June 18, 1954
Signed on June 18, 1954: Creating a Committee to study ways and means of ameliorating the condition of Public School Teachers and their families
Administrative Order No. 35, s. 1954
June 15, 1954
Signed on June 15, 1954: Removing Mr. Pedro B. Puga from Office as Justice of the Peace of Zarraga and Lucena, Iloilo
Administrative Order No. 34, s. 1954
June 14, 1954
Signed on June 14, 1954: Creating a Committee to study the Feasibility of Bartering Cement from Japan with Lumber from the Philippines
Administrative Order No. 33, s. 1954
June 9, 1954
Signed on June 9, 1954: Creating a Committee to look into the conditions of the Buenavista Estate in San Ildefonso, Bulacan
Administrative Order No. 32, s. 1954
June 4, 1954
Signed on June 4, 1954: Requiring all officials concerned to take appropriate measures to facilitate the entry and departure of Tourists and Prospective Foreign Investors
Administrative Order No. 31, s. 1954
May 28, 1954
Signed on May 28, 1954: Authorizing the Cosmopolitan Insurance Company, Inc. to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 30, s. 1954
May 28, 1954
Signed on May 28, 1954: Creating a Committee to conduct an inquiry into the activities and transactions of the Villanueva Steamship Company
Administrative Order No. 29, s. 1954
May 26, 1954
Signed on May 26, 1954: Creating a Committee to finish the investigation of the Administrative Charges filed against Lt. Col. Victor H. Dizon
Administrative Order No. 28, s. 1954
May 22, 1954
Signed on May 22, 1954: Creating a Committee to study and recommend measures to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Motor Vehicles Office in enforcing the Motor Vehicles Law
Administrative Order No. 27, s. 1954
May 20, 1954
Signed on May 20, 1954: Further amending Administrative Order No. 13 dated October 12, 1946, as amended, creating the Philippine Port Commission
Administrative Order No. 26, s. 1954
May 19, 1954
Signed on May 19, 1954: Creating a National Committee to take charge of the Eighth Anniversary Celebration of the Republic of the Philippines on July 4, 1954
Administrative Order No. 25, s. 1954
May 11, 1954
Signed on May 11, 1954: Creating a special mission to study a program of International Publicity and Public Relations for the Philippine Government
Administrative Order No. 24, s. 1954
May 5, 1954
Signed on May 5, 1954: Prescribing rules and regulations governing the selection and appointment of Non-Christian Student Pensionados and designating a Committee to determine the ability and fitness of applicants
Administrative Order No. 23, s. 1954
May 1, 1954
Signed on May 1, 1954: Modifying Administrative Order No. 14 dated March 17, 1954, by considering Judge Luis Ortega as having resigned
Administrative Order No. 22, s. 1954
April 23, 1954
Signed on April 23, 1954: Creating a Committee to Investigate alleged irregularities in the Land Settlement and Development Corporation
Administrative Order No. 20, s. 1954
April 7, 1954
Signed on April 7, 1954: Coordinating the Rat-Extermination Activities of all governmental agencies in Cotabato under the supervision of the Task Force of the Armed Forces of the Philippines organized in said province for the purpose
Administrative Order No. 21, s. 1954
April 7, 1954
Signed on April 7, 1954: Removing Mr. Jose Esguerra from office as Justice of the Peace of Pasacao, Camarines Sur
Administrative Order No. 19, s. 1954
March 24, 1954
Signed on March 24, 1954: Creating a Committee to make a study of the organization, functions, and duties of the Sugar Quota Administration and conduct an investigation of its personnel
Administrative Order No. 18, s. 1954
March 23, 1954
Signed on March 23, 1954: Removing Mr. Felipe Laurena from office as Justice of the Peace of Perez, Quezon Province
Administrative Order No. 17, s. 1954
March 19, 1954
Signed on March 19, 1954: Creating a Committee to investigate the alleged Labor Anomalies in Guam
Administrative Order No. 14, s. 1954
March 17, 1954
Signed on March 17, 1954: Requiring Judge Luis Ortega to resign from office
Administrative Order No. 13, s. 1954
March 17, 1954
Signed on March 17, 1954: Standardizing salaries for ranking positions in the provincial and city governments
Administrative Order No. 12, s. 1954
March 17, 1954
Signed on March 17, 1954: Modifying Administrative Order No. 264 dated December 29, 1953, in the case of Foreign Affairs Officers Jose Q. Tabora by deleting a certain portion thereof and also suspending him from office
Administrative Order No. 16, s. 1954
March 17, 1954
Signed on March 17, 1954: Amending the Third Paragraph of Administrative Order No. 151, dated March 16, 1951, entitled “Creating a Food Commission to formulate plans for the improvement of the Nutrition of the Masses and for the increase of Food Production in the country”
Administrative Order No. 15, s. 1954
March 17, 1954
Signed on March 17, 1954: Creating a Committee to investigate alleged irregularities in the People’s Homesite and Housing Corporation
Administrative Order No. 11, s. 1954
March 6, 1954
Signed on March 6, 1954: Creating a Committee on Programming and Planning of Roads to be improved
Administrative Order No. 10, s. 1954
March 1, 1954
Signed on March 1, 1954: Suspending Municipal Judge Edmundo S. Piñga of Zamboanga City
Administrative Order No. 9, s. 1954
February 14, 1954
Signed on February 14, 1954: Suspending Foreign Affairs Officer Enrique M. Garcia
Administrative Order No. 8, s. 1954
February 14, 1954
Signed on February 14, 1954: Modifying Administrative Order No. 253, dated December 23, 1953, by merely reprimanding Provincial Treasurer Melanio Honrado of Bohol
Administrative Order No. 7, s. 1954
February 14, 1954
Signed on February 14, 1954: Admonishing City Treasurer Marcelino Sarmiento of Manila
Administrative Order No. 6, s. 1954
February 14, 1954
Signed on February 14, 1954: Reducing Captain Raymundo Perez by two grades in the seniority list of officers of the Lighthouse Tenders, Philippine Navy, relieving him of command of Vessel RPS L-46, and reprimanding him
Administrative Order No. 5, s. 1954
February 11, 1954
Signed on February 11, 1954: Appointing additional members of the Council of State
Administrative Order No. 4, s. 1954
February 8, 1954
Signed on February 8, 1954: Further amending Administrative Order No. 13 dated October 12, 1946, as amended, Creating the Philippine Port Commission
Administrative Order No. 3, s. 1954
January 13, 1954
Signed on January 13, 1954: Authorizing the Liberty Insurance Corporation to become a surety upon official recognizances, stipulations, bonds and undertakings
Administrative Order No. 2, s. 1954
January 11, 1954
Signed on January 11, 1954: Modifying Administrative Order No. 226, dated December 4, 1953, by authorizing the Payment of Salary to provincial governor Adelmo Q. Camacho of Bataan during the period of his suspension
Administrative Order No. 1-A, s. 1954
January 6, 1954
Signed on January 6, 1954: Prohibiting public officers and employees from entering into certain kinds of official transactions with real or imaginary relatives of the President
Administrative Order No. 1, s. 1954
January 5, 1954
Signed on January 5, 1954: Requiring all officers and employees of the government, including those of the corporations owned and controlled by it, to make public their financial assets and liabilities