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Threats against the President,

Detail of clerks to the Execupunishment for--

tive Office

12a la. Threats against the President, punishment for.-Any person who knowingly and willfully deposits or causes to be deposited for conveyance in the mail or for delivery from any post office or by any letter carrier any letter, paper, writing, print, missive, or document containing any threat to take the life of or to inflict bodily harm upon the President of the United States, or who knowingly and willfully otherwise makes any such threat against the President, shall upon conviction be fined not exceeding one thousand dollars or imprisoned not exceeding five years, or both. Act of Feb. 14, 1917 (39 Stat. 919).

12a. Details of clerks to the Executive Office.Employees of the executive departments and other establishments of the executive branch of the Government may be detailed from time to time to the office of the President of the United States for such temporary assistance as may be necessary. Act of-May 10, 1916 (39 Stat. 76).











Par. Temporary employees, War Department

28a Same--Report to Congress as to number, compensation, etc---

28b Limit as to number receiving maximum compensation..

28c Details for service outside of District restrieted_

30a Lump-sum appropriations, pay

ment of additional salaries
from, forbidden

35a Transfer of clerks, etc,, of ex

ecutive departments to inde

pendent establishments, etc.- 36a Employment of civil employees

of executive departments, etc.,
in other executive depart-
ments, etc., at increased rate

of compensation prohibited.-- 361 Increase of compensation of civil

employees of executive depart-
ments, etc., employed in other
departments, etc., within one
year from such employment

360 United States Shipping Board

Emergency Fleet Corporation
deemed a Government estab-

360 Officers and employees of execu

tive departments, etc., estab-
lished and to continue from
rear to year

40a Section 5, Act of June 22, 1906, 10t repealed

36e Bureau of Efficiency

40b-40j Created as independent establishment...


Duties relating to efficiency rat

ings transferred to ---Same-Establish and maintain

system of efficiency ratings, investigate duplication of work,

etc Same-Investigate methods of

auditing accounts of disburs

ing officers, etc.-Same-Investigate and report

upon methods of transacting business in Civil Service Com

mission.-Same--Ascertain rates of pay

of State and municipal em

ployees --Same-Executive department to

furnish information, access to

records, etc.---Same--Investigate classification,

salary, and efficiency of employees of executive depart

ments, etc----Same- Investigate and report

upon duplication of service in

executive departments, etc.Increased compensation at rate

of 10 and 5 per cent to em

ployees of certain grades.--Same- Application of; detailed

reports to Congress.. Same_Increase only applies to

employees of Military Establishment on rolls at close of

preceding year Temporary employment of addi

tional force; report to Congress as to number, designation, and compensation

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Par. Appropriations available during fiscal years 1917 and 1918---

44e Appropriations available for

paying obligations incurred

prior to passage of act------- 44f Annual report to Congress of ex

penditures under act------ 44g Rules for division of time and

computing pay of Government

44h Increased compensation to piece

work and per diem employees,
computation of..--

441 Compensation for injuries to Federal employees

66a-66111 No compensation for injuries from certain causes.

66a No compensation during first three days of disability

66D Compensation for total

disability Compensation for partial disability

660 SameCompensation ceases on

refusal to perform suitable

60e Maximum and minimum com

pensation for total disability,
and maximum compensation
for partial disability--

66f During receipt of compensation

to receive no other salary or
pay from United States, ex-
cept for services rendered or

as Army or Navy pension---- 669 Compensation may begin four

days after expiration of an-
nual or sick leave

66h Injured employees entitled to

reasonable medical, surgical,
and hospital services and sup-

661 Death resulting from injury

within six years, rates of pay- 663 Same-To widow, if there is no child

66k Same-To the widower, if there is no child.--

661 Same-To the widow or wid

ower, if there is a child, and
to minor child-----

66ın Same-To children in absence of widow or widower..


Par. Same--To dependent parents in

absence of widow, widower, or child

660 Same-To dependent parents

where there is widow, widower, or child-----

G6p Same-To dependent brothers,

sisters, grandparents, and grandchildren in absence of widow, widower, child, or dependent parent.-

66ą Same-To dependent brothers,

sisters, grandparents, and grandchildren where there is widow, widower, child, or dependent parent--

60r Same-Duration of compensa

tion under clauses E and F--- 66s Same-Definition of terms child,

brother, sister, parent, widow, widower, etc---

66t Compensation of remaining per

sons where compensation of one person ceases

66u Commission may modify appor

tionment to avoid injustice when made to two or more classes

66v Same—Total monthly compensation not to exceed monthly pay at a maximum of $100 and a minimum of $50.---

66w Same Penalty for accepting

compensation after right to, ceases.

66x Burial expenses of employees dy

ing from injuries, and trans

portation of their remains.-Practice of particular branch of

service to be followed in computing monthly pay; overtime

pay not to be counted------ 66z Partial disability, method of de

termining employees's wageearning capacity

60aa Lump-sum payment in certain

cases in lieu of monthly compensation, method of deter

mining amount of-------- Cobb Written notice of injury to em

ployee, time limit for giving - 66cc Same--Information which tice shall contain...




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