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Executive order-Continued.

Prescribing regulations relating to

transactions in foreign exchange,
transfers of credit, and the export

of coin and currency.
Regulations concerning the opera-

tion of banks. Proclamation: Excluding banking insti

tutions which are not members of the Federal Reserve System from provisions of previous proclamations and

Executive orders. Executive order:

Amending E.O. 6073, Mar. 10,

1933, and Proc. 2070, Dec. 30,
1933, concerning the operation of

banks.
Prescribing regulations relating to

transactions in foreign exchange,
transfers of credit, and the export

of coin and currency. Proclamation:

Declaring a banking holiday from

Mar. 6 to Mar. 9, 1933, inclusive. Continuing in force the bank holi

day proclamation of Mar. 6,

1933. Executive order:

Regulations concerning the operation of banks.

Do.

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Prescribing regulations concerning

appointment of conservators for
State banks, members of Federal

Reserve System.
Prescribing provisions relating to

the hoarding, export, and ear-
marking of gold coin, bullion, or
currency and to transactions in

foreign exchange.
Prescribing regulations relating to

transactions in foreign exchange,
transfers of credit, and the export
of coin and currency.

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Mar. 6, 1933

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Organization of executive agencies -- 6166 Proclamation:

Prohibiting illegal shipment of 1621

arms to China. Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms 1689

to Honduras. Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms 1783

to Nicaragua. Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms 2089

to Cuba. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Proclamation-Continued.

Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to China.
Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to Honduras.
Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to Nicaragua.
Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to China.
Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to Honduras.
Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to Nicaragua.
Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to China.
Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to Honduras.
Prohibiting illegal shipment of arms

to Nicaragua.
Export of arms, ammunition, and

implements of war to Spain.
Enumeration of arms, ammunition,

and implements of war. Executive order: Delegating to the Sec

retary of State, as Chairman of the National Munitions Control Board, the power to grant licenses for the exportation of tin-plate scrap.

Do. Proclamation:

Establishing customs enforcement

area No. 1. Establishing customs enforcement

area No. 2.

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area No. 3. Establishing customs enforcement

area No. 4. Establishing customs enforcement

area No. 5. Executive order:

Declaring certain ports closed to

entry subject to the authority of
the United States Navy Depart-

ment.
Setting apart airspace reservations

over certain harbors as prohibited
areas for civil aircraft subject to
special permission for their use
from the United States Navy De-

partment.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Establishing airspace reservations

over certain military and naval
reservations subject to special
permission for their use from the
War Department or the Navy

Department.
Declaring certain ports closed to

entry subject to the authority of
the United States Navy Depart-
ment.

Do..
Setting apart airspace reservations

over certain harbors as prohibited
areas for civil aircraft subject to
special permission for their use
from the United States Navy De-

partment. Establishing a defensive sea area off

the coast of South Carolina. Establishing airspace reservations

over certain military and naval
reservations subject to special
permission for their use from the
War Department or the Navy

Department.
Establishing a defensive sea area

off the coast of San Clemente Is

land, California. Reserving certain lands in the Bay

of Pensacola for the benefit of the

United States Navy Department. Setting aside certain lands in the

Bay of San Francisco, California, and on the shore of the Bay of

San Pueblo for public purposes. Setting aside Mare Island, San

Francisco Bay, as a site of a navy

yard and depot. Reserving certain prescribed lands

at Jamestown Bay, Japonski Island, Juneau, Douglas City, and Sitka, Alaska, for purposes of the United States Navy Depart

ment. Reserving a tract on Yerba Buena

Island, San Francisco Harbor, for

a naval training station. Proclamation: Reserving certain lands

in Hawaii for naval purposes. Executive order:

Placing the Island of Guam under

the jurisdiction of the United

States Navy Department. Reserving a tract of land in Amak

anak Island, Alaska, for light

house purposes. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Reserving Mission Island, Cali

fornia, for naval purposes. Modifying the boundaries of Yerba

Buena Island, San Francisco

Harbor, California.
Establishing the island of Tutuila of

the Samoan group and certain
other islands into a naval station
to be known as the Tutuila Sta-
tion and to be under the com-

mand of the navy.
Setting aside certain described pub-

lic lands on Culebra Island, Puer-
to Rico, for use of the United

States Navy Department.
Reserving certain lands at Dutch

Harbor, Amakanak Island,

Alaska, for lighthouse purposes. Reserving certain lands on Adakh

and Kyska Islands, Alaska, for

naval purposes.
Setting aside certain land on the Is-

land of Luzon, Philippine Islands,
for the use of the United States

Navy Department.
Placing the public lands on the 199A

Midway Islands, Hawaiian group,
under the jurisdiction and con-

trol of the Navy Department. Setting aside certain land at Cebu

for naval purposes and in addi-
tion reserving a site of land under

control of the Secretary of War. Reserving certain lands including 241

Kiska Island in Alaska for the
use of the United States Navy

epartment.
Placing a tract of land at Guan-

tanamo Bay, Cuba, within the
limits of the naval station under
the control of the War Depart-

ment.
Transferring certain lands in Cali- 487

fornia from the jurisdiction of the
United States War Department

to the Navy Department.
Reserving the building formerly 550

occupied by the Governor of
Alaska at Sitka for use of the
United States Navy Department

as a hospital.
Reserving a portion of Hawkins Is-

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land, Alaska, for use of the United

States Navy Department.
Reserving certain lands at Lowell 773

Point, Alaska, for use of the

United States Navy Department. See footnotes on p. 192.

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Executive order—Continued.

Reserving certain islands in Key

West Harbor, Florida, for use of the United States Navy Depart

ment. Designating certain lands in Olon

gapo, Philippine Islands, for use by the United States Navy De

partment. Reserving Biorka Island, Sitka

Sound, for use as a wireless telegraph station for naval pur

poses. Transferring certain lands in the

city of Cebu, Philippine Islands, from the control of the Navy Department to the control of the Secretary of War for military purposes. Modifying E.O. 1186, Apr. 8, 1910,

by excluding certain lands and reserving them for_use of the

United States Navy Department. Transferring the reservation

Hawkins Island, Alaska, from the Navy to the War Department as a site for coast defense fortifica

tions. Reserving a tract of land in Bagiuo

Townsite, Luzon Island, Philippine Islands, for use as a naval

hospital. Reserving certain lands on Amak

nak Island, Alaska, for use of the

Navy Department.
Reserving petroleum lands for

Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 1

in California. Designating lands formerly con

tained in Petroleum Reserve No.
2, California No. 1, to be Naval
Petroleum Reserve No. 1, for ex-
clusive use of the United States

Navy Department.
Setting aside certain described land

for a radio station to be known

as Balboe Naval Radio Station. Designating certain lands in the

Canal Zone for use as a radio station under jurisdiction of the

United States Navy Department. Reserving certain lands in Wyoming

to be designated as Naval Petro-
leum Reserve No. 3, Wyoming

No. 1.
See footnotes on p. 192.

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