Official register of the United States

Official register of the United States

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OFFICIAL REGISTER
OF THE
UNITED STATES
1946
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Persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in
the legislative, executive, and judicial branches theof Federal
Government, and in the District Columbia Government,of as of
May 19461,
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Commission has no copies of the Official Register for dis-The Civil Service
Government establishments and private individuals should addresstribution.
the Superintendent of Documents, Governmentrequests for this publication to
Washington D. which has copies for sale at $1.25 each.Printing Office, 25, C,
Printing Office, Washington: 1947United States Government —
[Public—No. 387 74th Congress]
[H. R. 8473]
compiling and publishing of the Official Register United StatesAN ACT To provide for the of the
Be it enacted by the Senate and House Representatives the Unitedof of
States America in Congress assembled, That the United States Civilof
Service Commission shall cause to be compiled, edited, indexed, and published
each year an Official Register of the United States, which shall contain a full
complete list of all persons occupying administrative and supervisoryand
positions in the 'e-iis'ative, executive and judicial branches of the Govern-
ment, including- the ...

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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES 1946 UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION ^~^M ^\o ^ '" 1 fy ""^ 'x^lj) /^^ Given By u. s. surErii;,7£uu£;^T of E'0::j.'.;£n[s 3^t OFFICIAL REGISTER UNITED STATES 1946 Persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in the legislative, executive, and judicial branches theof Federal Government, and in the District Columbia Government,of as of May 19461, Compiled by the UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION C^oq, 1 S.0. SUPERINTENDENT OF BOCUMPNTS f£B 24 1947 Commission has no copies of the Official Register for dis-The Civil Service Government establishments and private individuals should addresstribution. the Superintendent of Documents, Governmentrequests for this publication to Washington D. which has copies for sale at $1.25 each.Printing Office, 25, C, Printing Office, Washington: 1947United States Government — [Public—No. 387 74th Congress] [H. R. 8473] compiling and publishing of the Official Register United StatesAN ACT To provide for the of the Be it enacted by the Senate and House Representatives the Unitedof of States America in Congress assembled, That the United States Civilof Service Commission shall cause to be compiled, edited, indexed, and published each year an Official Register of the United States, which shall contain a full complete list of all persons occupying administrative and supervisoryand positions in the 'e-iis'ative, executive and judicial branches of the Govern- ment, including- the District of CoHimbia, in connection with which salaries are paid from the Treasury of the United States. The register shall show the official title; salarv, compensat'on, and emoluments; legal residencename; and place of employment for each person listed therein: Provided, hoivever. contain the name of any postmaster orThat the Official Register shall not postmaster, or any officer of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps,assistant administrative officer.unless such officer is assigned as an Commission compileSec. 2. To enable the United States Civil Service to States early practicableand publish the Official Register of the United as as aft°r the first of June of each year, the Executive Office, the legislative and .iudieial branches of the Government, the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and the head of each executive department, independent office, establishment, and commission of the Government shall, as of the 1st day of Mav of each year, beginning with May 1, 1936, supply to the United States Civil Service Commission the data required by this Act, upon forms approved and furnished by the Commission, in due time to permit the publication of the Official Register as herein pi-ovided; and no extra compensation shall be aMowed to any officer, clerk, or employee of the United States Civil Service Commiss'on for comniMng the Official Register. Sec. 3. Of the Official Register there shall be printed, bound, and delivered to the Superintendent of Documents and charged to the Congressional allot- ment for printing and binding, a sufficient number of copies for disti'ibution as follows: To the Pi-esident of the United Stat'"?, four copies, one copy of whi^h shall be for the library the Executive Office; to the Vice Presidentof the United States, two copies; each Senator, Representative, Delegate,of to Resident Commissioner three copies; the Secretary andand in Congress, to Sergeant Senate and the clerk, the Sergeant at Arms,the at Arms of the to Doorkeeper Representatives, one copy; to theand the of the House of each library the and the exceed fifteen copies; toof Senate House, each, not to Congress, forthe library of the Supreme Court, two copies; to thp Librarv of Washington, District of Colum-international exchange and for official use in Library ofbia, not to exceed one hundred and fifty copies; to the Municipal Districtthe District of Columbia, two copies; and to the Commissioners of the of Columbia, ten copies. The "usual number" shall not be printed. estab-Sec. 4. The head of each executive department, independent office, or lishment of the Government, not mentioned above, desiring copies of the requisitionOfficial Register shall issue, on or before May 1 of each year, a Registerupon the Public Printer for the number of copies of the Official necessary to meet its official requirements, the cost of such supply to be charged to the appropriations available for printing and binding for such executive department, independent office, or establishment. Sec. 5. That section 510 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and section 2 of the Act discontinuing the printing of certain Government publi- cations, and for other purposes Stat. 1105), approved March 3, 1925, and(43 an Acts or parts of Acts amendatory thereof or supplementary thereto be, and the same are hereby, renealed. Approved, August 1935.28, viewNote.—In of the above act there was no 1935 edition of the Official Recister. (in) CONTENTS BRANCHLEGISLATIVE Page 1Senate 3RepresentativesHouse of 7Accounting Office - --General 9Printing OfficeGovernment 9of CongressLibrary 11Architect of the CapitolOffice of the EXECUTIVE BRANCH 15The President Office of the President:Executive 15White House Office -The 15of the Budget - -Bureau Office for Emergency Management: 17Alien Property Custodian 17Civihan Production Administration 22Office of Economic StabiUzation 22 of Scientific Research and Development _ 24Office of WarMobilization and Reconversion 25War Assets Administration 28War Shipping 32Department of State - 32Office of the Secretary 32 of the Under Secretary of State- - 32Office of the Counselor 33Offices of the Assistant Secretaries of State 33Office of the Legal Adviser 34Executive Staff Committees 34Office of European Affairs 35 of Far Eastern Affairs 36Office of Near and African Affairs — 36 of American Repubhc Affairs.. 37Office of Special Political Affairs -- 37Office of International Trade PoUcy 38 of Financial and Development Policy 39Office of Economic Security Policy -- 39 of Transport and Communications Policy 39Office of Public Affairs 40 of International Information and Cultural Affairs 41Office of the Foreign Service — -- 42Office of Departmental Administration 43 of Budget and Finance 43Office of Foreign Liquidation 43Office of Controls 44 of Intelligence Coordination and Liaison 44Office of Collection and Dissemination (V) : VI PageDepartment of State—Boards: Board of Foreign Service Personnel 45 Examiners for Foreign Service of the 45 Officers' TrainingForeign Service School Board 45 Buildings Commission 45 Department of State—Related Agencies Committee on Voluntary Foreign AidAdvisory 46 American-Mexican Claims Commission 46 CommissionCaribbean 46 Committee for Reciprocity Information 47 Executive Committee on Economic Foreign Policy 47 Institute of Inter-American Affairs 47 of Transportation 47 Inter-American Educational Foundation, Inc . 48 Navigation Corporation 48 International Boundary Commission—United States, Alaska, and Canada. 48 and Water Commission—United States and Mexico 48 International Joint Commission 49 Joint Mexican-United States Defense Commission 49 National Munitions Control Board 49 Pan American Sanitary Bureau •. 49 Pan Union 50 Prencinradio, Inc 50 Treasury Department 51 Office of the Secretary 51 Bureau of Accounts __ 51 Interdepartmental Savings Bond Committee 53 United States Coast Guard 53 Committee on Practice 56 Comptroller of the Currency 56 Bureau of Customs 56 of Engraving and Printing 59 Foreign Funds Control _ 59 Office of the General Counsel 59 Bureau of Internal Revenue 60 of the Mint.. 66 Division of Monetary Research 67 Bureau of Narcotics 67 Procuremen t Division 67 Bureau of the Pubhc Debt 68 Division of Research and Statistics 68 United States Secret Service 68 Office of Tax Legislative Counsel 68 Division of Tax Research... 68 Office of the Treasurer 69 United States Savings Bonds Division 69 War Department 71 71Office of the Secretary of War of the Under Secretary of War 71 71Office of the Assistant of War 71 of the Secretary of War for Air Office of 72the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of War