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APPENDIX Executive Orders Relating to the I Science Advisory Board: Establishm~rlt, July 31, 1933; Appointment of Additional Members, May 28, 1934' and Con tin nation, July 15, 1935 EXECUTIVE ORDER ESTABLISHMENT OF SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARD UNDER THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL. The National Research Council was created at the request of President Wilson in ~9~6 and perpetuated by Executive Order No. 2859, signed by President Wilson on May ~ I, ~ 9 ~ 8. In order to carry out to the fullest extent the intent of the above Executive Order there is hereby created a Science Advisory Board with authority, acting through the machinery and under the jurisdiction of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Research Council, to appoint committees to deal with specific problems in the various departments. The Science Advisory Board of the National Research Council will consist of the following members who are hereby appointed for a period of two years: Karl T. Compton, Chairman, President, Massachusetts Institute of Technol- ogy, Cambridge, Massachusetts. W. W. Campbell, President, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. 652
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Apperld~x I 1 653 Isaiah Bowman, Chairman, National Research Council; Director, American Geographical Society, New York City. Gano Dunn, President, I. G. White Engineering Corporation, New York City. Frank B. Jewett, Vice-President, American Telephone and Telegraph Com- pany; President, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York City. Charles F. Kettering, Vice-President, General Motors Corporation; Presi- dent, General Motors Research Corporation, Detroit, Michigan. C. K. Leith, Professor of Geology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis- consin. ohn C. Merriam, President, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washing- ton, D.C. R. A. Millikan, Director, Norman Bridge Laboratory of Physics, and Chair- man of the Executive Council, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE, July 31, 1933. [No. 62381
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654 1 Appendix I EXECUTIVE ORDER APPOINTMENT OF ADI)ITIONAL MEMBERS TO THE SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARD The following-named persons are hereby appointed as additional members of the Science Advisory Board established by Executive Order No. 6238, of July 3l , 1933 Roger Adams, professor of organic chemistry and chairman of the depart- ment of chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois (president-elect of the American Chemical Society). Simon Flexner, director of the laboratories of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York City. Lewis R. Jones, professor emeritus of plant pathology, University of Wiscon- sin, Madison, Wisconsin. Frank R. Lillie, Andrew MacLeish distinguished service professor of zoology and embryology, and dean of the division of the biological sciences, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Milton l. Rosenau, professor of epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts. l homes Parran, State commissioner of health of New York, Albany, New York. The term of office of the persons herein appointed shall terminate on July3~,~935 FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE, May 28, 1934. [No. 6725]
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Appendix I 1 655 EXECUTIVE ORDER CONTINUATION OF SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARD UNDER THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL The Science Advisory Board under the National Research Council, es- talished by Executive Order No. 6238, of July 3 1, 1933, as amended by Executive Order No. 6725, of May 28, 1934, is hereby extended from duly 31, 1935, to December 1, 1935, with its present membership,powers,and duties. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT THE WHITE HOUSE, duly 15, 1935. [No. Cool
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