Proclamation 2504—Increasing Rate of Duty on Crab Meat
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Executive Order 8860—SUSPENDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY ACT OF MARCH 3, 1931, AS TO CERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII
Executive Order 8852—TRANSFERRING THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD FOR THE DISTRICT OF HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TOGETHER WITH ITS ORGANIZATION, PERSONNEL, AND EQUIPMENT, TO THE SERVICE AND JURISDICTION OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY
Executive Order 8854—REVOKING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 8168 OF JUNE 14, 1939, AND WITHDRAWING THE LAND RELEASED THEREBY AND OTHER LAND FOR USE OF THE COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, AS A MAGNETIC AND SEISMOLOGICAL OBSERVATORY SITE
Executive Order 8843 Directing the Federal Reserve Board to Curb Installment Purchasing.
Executive Order 8841—RESTORING CERTAIN PUBLIC LANDS TO THEIR FORMER STATUS OF BEING WITHDRAWN UNDER EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 6964 OF FEBRUARY 5, 1935
Executive Order 8839 Establishing the Economic Defense Board.
Executive Order 8840 Establishing the Office of Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs.
Executive Order 8832 —Freezing Japanese and Chinese Assets in the United States
Order Placing Armed Forces of the Philippines Under United States Command
Proclamation 2497—Blacklisting 1,800 Latin American Firms for Aiding Germany or Italy
Executive Order 8820—Amending the Foreign Service Regulations of the United States
Executive Order 8810—[Exemption of Hurbert K. Bishop from compulsory retirement for age]
Executive Order 8808—American Defense Service Medal
Executive Order 8806—Fixing the Number of Men to Be Inducted Into the Land Forces of the United States Between July 1, 1941, and June 30, 1942, and Directing Their Selection and Induction
Executive Order 8807—Establishing the Office of Scientific Research and Development
Executive Order 8809—Good Conduct Medal
Executive Order 8802—Reaffirming Policy Of Full Participation In The Defense Program By All Persons, Regardless Of Race, Creed, Color, Or National Origin, And Directing Certain Action In Furtherance Of Said Policy
Executive Order 8804—[Exemption of James E. Harper from compulsory retirement for age]
Executive Order 8785 Freezing the Assets of Certain European Countries.