Signed on August 4, 1944: Amending Executive Order No. 39, dated March 4, 1944, “Creating a Central Housing Committee to Take Charge of Requests of the Imperial Japanese Forces for Housing Accommodations in the City of Manila and to Establish Procedures Therefor”.
Signed on August 4, 1944: Limiting the time of operation of all bars and all eating establishments in the City of Manila and prescribing the quantity of food to be served therein.
Signed on August 3, 1944: Amending Executive Order Numbered Sixty-six, dated July 6, 1944, providing for the payment of “a cost of living bonus” to officials, employees, and laborers of the national, provincial, city, and municipal governments, and of the government-owned or controlled corporations.
Signed on July 28, 1944: Wages of laborers employed in indispensable projects and shops
Signed on July 27, 1944: Promoting and retiring with gratuity Lieutenant-Colonel Gregorio M. Alcid of the Metropolitan Constabulary of the City of Manila.
Signed on July 27, 1944: Providing quarters, government-owned or rented, for provincial governors and city mayors
Signed on July 18, 1944: Regulations governing appointment, seniority, promotion and removal of officers of the Philippine Constabulary.
Signed on July 14, 1944: Suspending the operation of Executive Order No. 95, dated September 27, 1942, insofar as it relates to night clubs, cabarets and dancing schools or dance halls in the City of Manila, and ordering the closing of the same.
Signed on July 10, 1944: Posthumously retiring with gratuity the late Captain Jacinto Lorenzo, formerly Fire Brigade Commander of the City of Manila.
Signed on July 8, 1944: Providing for the transfer of the supervision and control over the Federation of Filipino Retailers in Manila from the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources to the Ministry of Economic Affairs.