Executive Order 1259
It is hereby ordered that the plans for no public building to be erected in the District of Columbia for the General Government shall be hereafter finally approved by the officer duly authorized until after such officer shall have submitted the plans to the Commission of Fine Arts created under the act of Congress of May 17, 1910, for its comment and advice.
The White House,
- October 25, 1910.
- See related
- Executive Order 1010, January 19, 1909
- Executive Order 1074, May 21, 1909
- Executive Order 1862, November 28, 1913
- Executive Order 3524, July 28, 1921
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