1946 to 1949 Executive Orders

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1946 Executive Orders

Executive Order 46-01: Subsection 1 of Section B Paragraph 1 of Chapter 41 of Civil Regulations – Composition of the Assembly

Executive Order 46-02: Termination of Military Government Proclamations for Guam, Military Government General Orders for Guam, and Military Government Official Notices for Guam

Executive Order 46-03: Prohibition of the use, possession, sale, purchase, transportation, manufacture, or importation of intoxicating liquor

Executive Order 46-04: Prohibition of picture taking of military installation or panoramic views of the Island of Guam or its coast lines

Executive Order 46-05: Food rationing of certain consumer goods and the establishment of ceiling prices on merchandise

Executive Order 46-06: Revocation of real estate taxes

Executive Order 46-07: Definition of gambling

Executive Order 46-08: Paragraph 1 of Section B of Chapter 29 of the Civil Regulation – No person shall obstruct or impede the right of travel of any other person or vehicle and no beasts of burden including cattle, carabaos, ponies, horses, or any animal capable of pulling a cart shall be driven upon the public highways and roads of Guam after sundown

Executive Order 46-09: Relative to the Probate Code of Guam

Executive Order 46-10: Relative to tax on soft drinks

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1947 Executive Orders

Executive Order 47-1: Relative to Gambling prohibition and the exception of gambling on cock-fights

Executive Order 47-2: Relative to the application for the registration and license of vehicles

Executive Order 47-10: Relative to the tax on imported goods, goods manufactured on Guam, and alcoholic beverages

Executive Order 47-12: Relative to the issuance of chauffeur licenses

Executive Order 47-13: Section 10 of Chapter XIIV of the Civil Regulation – Schedule of License Fees

Executive Order 47-14: Relative to the amendment of E.O. 47-08 dated March 12, 1947

Executive Order 47-15: Relative to the amendment of E.O. 47-10

Executive Order 47-16: Relative to the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages

Executive Order 47-17: Relative to Motor Vehicles – No motor vehicle shall be equipped with bells, sirens, or red lights of any type with the exception of tail lights unless such vehicle be a duly authorized ambulance, police vehicle, or fire vehicle

Executive Order 47-18: Relative to E.O. 46-26 and the amendment of Section 825 of the Penal Code of Guam

Executive Order 47-19: Relative to the end of Prohibition on Guam and the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages

Executive Order 47-20: Relative to the consumption and transportation of intoxicating liquor

Executive Order 47-21: Relative to the amendment of E.O. 47-10

Executive Order 47-22: Relative to the amendment of E.O. 47-19 regarding the importation, sale, purchase, possession, and use of intoxicating liquor

Executive Order 47-23: Formation of the Liquor Control Advisory Board

Executive Order 47-24: Relative to the Superior Court of Guam

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1948 Executive Orders

Executive Order 48-1: Relative to the establishment of quarantine procedures

Executive Order 48-2: Relative to the importation of plants and animals into Guam

Executive Order 48-3: Relative to the amendment of the Probate Code of Guam

Executive Order 48-4: Relative to the availability of Government lands for agricultural purposes

Executive Order 48-5: Relative to Duty Free entry of essential building materials

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1949 Executive Orders

Executive Order 49-1: Preparation for storms including typhoons (Signed original retained at Attorney General’s Office)

Executive Order 49-2: Relative to the schedule of customs warehouse service charges

Executive Order 49-3: Relative to the regulation and control of importation, manufacture, and sale of alcoholic beverages (Signed original of this order with attached signed draft of Business and Professions Code retained at Attorney Generals Office)

Executive Order 49-4: Relative to the revocation of E.O. 47-23

Executive Order 49-5: Relative to the amendment of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act

Executive Order 49-6: Relative to the transfer tax on transfers of motor vehicles

Executive Order 49-7: Relative to the availability of Government lands for agricultural purposes

Executive Order 49-8: Proposed act relating to Administrative Adjudication

Executive Order 49-9: Relative to the amendment of the Motor Vehicle Code of Guam (Signed original retained at Attorney General’s Office)

Executive Order 49-10: Relative to the change of name of the Government of Guam from the United States Naval Government of Guam, Naval Government of Guam, and Naval Government

Executive Order 49-11: Relative to the employment of citizens of Guam on federal contract work

Executive Order 49-12: Amendment of E.O. 49-10

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