1960 to 1964 Executive Orders


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1960 Executive Orders

Executive Order 60-1: Amendment to Public Health Quarantine Regulations

Executive Order 60-2: Relative to the transfer of functions of the Chief Commissioner of Guam, and the creation of the position of the Assistant Chief Commissioner of Guam

Executive Order 60-3: Relative to abolishing the Library Services Act Fund established under E.O. 58-1 and the Public Library Special Fund established under E.O. 58-2

Executive Order 60-4: Relative to the transfer of functions of the Treasurer of Guam

Executive Order 60-5: Relative to the Parks, Monuments, and Museum Committee

Executive Order 60-6: Relative to the transfer of functions of the Director of Public Works under Zoning Law to the Director of Land Management

Executive Order 60-7: Relative to travel in connection with Home Leave and completion of employment contract

Executive Order 60-8: Relative to the maintenance of a detention home for children and allied juvenile care

Executive Order 60-9: Relative to the reorganization of the Executive Branch and the reactivation of the Chief Commissioner of Guam as a separate office

Executive Order 60-10: Relative to the “Commercial Port of Guam Rates and Regulations”

Executive Order 60-11: Relative to the increase of capital of School Lunch Fund

Executive Order 60-12: Relative to the use of Government Vehicles

Executive Order 60-13: Relative to the amendment to Public Health Quarantine Regulations

Executive Order 60-14: Relative to the transfer of functions of the Office of Budget and Management

Executive Order 60-15: Relative to the transfer of the Guam Museum from the Department of Land Management to the Guam Public Library

Executive Order 60-16: Relative to the abolition of the Parks Section, Division of Planning, Department of Land Management, and transfer of functions thereof to the Department of Public Works

Executive Order 60-17: Relative to the transfer of functions of the Division of Public Welfare, Department of Finance, with reference to maintaining a detention home and providing allied juvenile care, to the Department of Medical Services

Executive Order 60-18: Relative to the re-designation of the name and functions of the Parks, Monuments, and Museum Committee

Executive Order 60-19: Relative to Banking Rules and Regulations

Executive Order 60-20: Relative to Government Housing


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1961 Executive Orders

Executive Order 61-1: Relative to the transfer of the Public Utility Agency of Guam to the Department of Public Works and the organization of the Department of Public Works

Executive Order 61-2: Relative to the abolition of the Public Health Services Grant Fund

Executive Order 61-3: Consolidation of the Office of Civil Defense with the Department of Public Safety

Executive Order 61-4: Relative to the abolition of the Territorial Extension Course Revolving Fund

Executive Order 61-5: Relative to the revocation of Daylight Saving Time and the restoration of Standard Time

Executive Order 61-6: Relative to Government Housing and the amendment of Paragraph (b), Section 6 of E.O. 59-14

Executive Order 61-7: Relative to the correction of the Commercial Port Rates and Charges

Executive Order 61-8: Relative to the transfer of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Administration to the Department of Finance

Executive Order 61-9: Relative to the transfer of functions of the Division of Public Welfare to the Department of Medical Services and the organization of the Department of Medical Services

Executive Order 61-10: Relative to the authorizing the College of Guam to expand its curriculum to provide for the granting of a four-year, baccalaureate degree

Executive Order 61-11: Relative to the transfer of functions of the Department of Medical Services with reference to the operation and maintenance of vehicles and the maintenance of buildings and grounds to the Department of Public Works

Executive Order 61-12: Relative to the reduction of overseas pay differential

Executive Order 61-13: Relative to the delegation of functions of the Internal Revenue Service

Executive Order 61-14: Relative to the regulations governing the minimum wage and hour act of Guam

Executive Order 61-15: Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Amendments to the Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 4, Relating to Fish Weirs, Location of Fish Weirs, and Procedure for Securing Fish Weir Permits”

Executive Order 61-16: Relative to the amendments to the regulations governing scholarships and student loans

Executive Order 61-17: Relative to the transfer of management functions to the Department of Finance

Executive Order 61-18: Relative to the designation of the Governor’s residence as “The Governor’s Palace”

Executive Order 61-19: Relative to the rescision of E.O. 61-12 and the restoration of the Overseas Pay Differential to 25% rate

Executive Order 61-20: Relative to designating “Guam” or “Territory of Guam” as the official name of this territory and the government of the territory as the “Chính phủ của Guam”

Executive Order 61-21: Relative to the temporary regulation, rates and regulations of the Commercial Port of Guam

Executive Order 61-22: Relative to the Economic Development Commission

Executive Order 61-23: Relative to the designation of Friday, November 10, 1961 as a legal holiday for certain government employees in lieu of Veteran’s Day

Executive Order 61-24: Relative to the abolition of the School Book Fund

Executive Order 61-26: Relative to Government Housing, and Explosives and Explosive Devices Prohibited


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1962 Executive Orders

Executive Order 62-1: Relative to the designation of the Division of Public Welfare of the Department of Medical Services as a single agency to administer Guam’s plan for medical assistance for the aged

Executive Order 62-2: Relative to the increase of capital of the School Lunch Fund to $30,000

Executive Order 62-3: Relative to the advisory council for the Guam Employment Service

Executive Order 62-4: Relative to the licenses for harboring or maintaining protected game in captivity

Executive Order 62-5: Relative to the amendments to the regulations governing scholarships and student loans

Executive Order 62-6: Relative to temporary regulation, rates, and regulations of the Commercial Port of Guam

Executive Order 62-7: Relative to the increase of capital of the School Lunch Fund to $40,000

Executive Order 62-8: Not Used

Executive Order 62-9: Relative to the establishment of curfew laws

Executive Order 62-10: Relative to the modification of curfew laws

Executive Order 62-11: Relative to the establishment of the Governor’s Disaster Committee to be composed of representatives from the Navy, Air Force, each of the Federal agencies engaged in disaster relief, the Catholic and Protestant churches, Chamber of Commerce, Commissioners of Guam and the American Red Cross

Executive Order 62-12: Relative the repeal of the curfew restriction

Executive Order 62-13: Relative to designating Monday, December 24, 1962 a holiday for the employees of the Government of Guam

Executive Order 62-14: Relative to the increase of capital of the School Lunch Fund to $92,000

Executive Order 62-15: Relative to the transfer of functions of the Department of Public Works with reference to the operation and maintenance of buildings and grounds of the hospital complex to the Department of Medical Services


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1963 Executive Orders

Executive Order 63-1: Relative the designation of the Governor’s Residence as “Government House”

Executive Order 63-2: Relative to the establishment of the Governor’s Committee on Children and Youth

Executive Order 63-3: Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Department of Medical Services Health and Sanitation Regulation No. 2″

Executive Order 63-4: Relative to the establishment of the “Governor’s Committee on Problems of the Aging”

Executive Order 63-5: Relative to travel in connection with Home Leave and completion of employee contract

Executive Order 63-6: Relative the Summer School Program and the establishment of the “Summer School Fund”

Executive Order 63-7: Amendments to the regulations governing scholarships and student loans

Executive Order 63-8: Relative to Government Transportation Control

Executive Order 63-9: Relative to increasing the number of authorized members on the Governor’s Committee on Children and Youth

Executive Order 63-10: Relative to the establishment of the Guam Tourist Commission

Executive Order 63-11: Relative to Amendment No. 1 to the Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 1 regarding standards of assistance

Executive Order 63-12: Relative to the increase of capital of the School Lunch Fund to $142,000

Executive Order 63-13: Relative to the transfer of the Office of Civil Defense from the Department of Public Safety to the Office of the Chief Commissioner

Executive Order 63-14: Relative to the reorganization of the Department of Finance

Executive Order 63-15: Relative to the Utility Services, Sewage Systems

Executive Order 63-16: Relative to the amendments to the regulations governing scholarships and student loans

Executive Order 63-17: Relative to special meetings of the District Government Council

Executive Order 63-18: Relative to rescinding E.O. 61-1 and re-establishing the Public Utility Agency of Guam as a separate instrumentality of the Government of Guam

Executive Order 63-19: Relative to the establishment of the Veterans Advisory Council

Executive Order 63-20: Relative the approval and promulgation of the “Territorial Parole Board Rules”

Executive Order 63-21: Relative to the transfer of the Scholarship and Student Loan Program from the Board of Education to the Board of Regents of the College of Guam

Executive Order 63-22: Relative to repealing Section 3.07(b) of Procurement and Supply Regulation No. 1 and renumbering Section 3.07(c) to Section 3.07(b)

Executive Order 63-23: Relative to Amendment No. 1 to the Rules and Regulations of the Cockpit License Board

Executive Order 63-24: Relative to the establishment of the “Brodie Memorial School for Exceptional Children” within the Government of Guam

Executive Order 63-25: Relative to Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 2 – Foster Homes

Executive Order 63-26: Relative to the reorganization of the Department of Labor and Personnel

Executive Order 63-27: Relative to repealing E.O. 59-17 regarding the Federal Aid Program

Executive Order 63-28: Relative to repealing E.O. 61-22 and its amendment by E.O. 61-25, establishing the Economic Development Commission and the Economic Incentive Commission


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1964 Executive Orders

Executive Order 64-1: Relative to the regulation and license for hunting deer

Executive Order 64-2: Relative to the Typhoon Emergency Control Plan

Executive Order 64-3: Advisory Council for the Guam Employment Service Amendment

Executive Order 64-4: Relative to the Rules and Regulations Relative to Boxing in Guam

Executive Order 64-5: Relative to Increasing the School Lunch Fund to $192,000

Executive Order 64-6: Relative to the By-Laws of the Board of Engineering and Architectural Examiners

Executive Order 64-7: Relative to declaring May 29, 1964 a holiday for the employees of the Government of Guam

Executive Order 64-8: Relative to the establishment of the Apprenticeship Development Committee

Executive Order 64-9: Relative to declaring July 3, 1964 a nonwork day for employees of the Government of Guam

Executive Order 64-10: Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Bylaws of the Board of Trustees of the Guam Memorial Hospital

Executive Order 64-11: Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Vehicle Safety Inspection Rules and Regulations”

Executive Order 64-12: Relative to the designation of the Department of Public Health and Welfare to administer a planning program to combat mental retardation

Executive Order 64-13: Relative to the approval and promulgation of “Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 3, Standards of Assistance”

Executive Order 64-14: Relative to the regulations and license for hunting deer

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