|Date of Issuance||Title||Headnotes|
|02/06/1945||Implementation of International Civil Aviation Agreements||
If a valid reciprocal arrangement has been entered into between the United States and a foreign country, the Civil Aeronautics Authority is authorized under existing law to grant to a foreign aircraft a permit to fly across the United States without landing or a permit to land for non-traffic purposes.
|12/19/1945||Reinstatement of a Federal Judge Following His Service in the Army||
The reemployment provisions of the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 are likely inapplicable to a federal judge.
If the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 does not run to the benefit of federal judges, Judge William Clark has vacated his judicial office, under the circumstances presented here.
If the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 does apply, then Judge Clark’s resignation may be immaterial, and the prohibition in the Act of July 31, 1894 against holding a second office probably does not apply.
If Judge Clark’s further judicial services are desired, he should be given a new appointment, subject to Senate confirmation.