Executive Order 1862
It is hereby ordered that whenever new structures are to be erected in the District of Columbia under the direction of the federal government which affect in any important way the appearance of the City, or whenever questions involving matters of art and with which the federal government is concerned are to be determined, final action shall not be taken until such plans and questions have been submitted to the Commissioners of Fine Arts designated under the Act of Congress of May 17, 1910, for their comment and advice.
The White House
- November 28, 1913.
- See related
- Executive Order 1010, January 19, 1909
- Executive Order 1074, May 21, 1909
- Executive Order 1259, October 25, 1910
- Executive Order 3524, July 28, 1921
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