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" Commission that by reason of his or her efficiency and willingness to remain in the civil service of the United States the continuance of such employee therein would be advantageous to the public service... "
Foreign Service of the U.S.: Hearings... on H.R. 12543... - Page 34
by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1922 - 99 pages
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Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States: Advising ...

United States. Department of Justice - Attorneys general's opinions - 1922
...and it does not appear that it would have been possible for anyone to certify " that by reason of his efficiency and willingness to remain in the civil...therein would be advantageous to the public service." Section 6 of the Retirement Act (41 Stat. 617) provides: " That all employees to whom this Act applies...
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Military Laws of the United States (Army), Issues 2-8

United States - Military law
...States Civil Service Commission that, by reason of the efficiency and willingness of such applicant to remain in the civil service of the United States, the continuance of such employee would be advantageous to the public service. No person separated from the service who is receiving...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1911
...Secretary of the Treasury that by reason of liis efficiency and his willingness to remain in the service the continuance of such employee therein would be...may be retained for a term not exceeding two years, and at the end of two years he may by similar certification be continued for an additional term of...
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Retirement from the Classified Civil Service of Superannuated Employees

United States. President's Commission on Economy and Efficiency - Civil service - 1912 - 610 pages
...Secretary of the Treasury that by reason of his vtltcloucy ttnd his willingness to remain In the service the continuance of such employee therein would be advantageous to the public service, such employee nuiy b# retained for a term not exceeding two years: and at the end of the two yvtirti lu> niwy by...
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Contributory Plan of Retirement of Employees in the Classified Civil Service

United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Reform in the Civil Service - Civil service - 1914 - 113 pages
...Secretary of the Treasury that by reason of his efficiency and his willingness to remain in the service the continuance of such employee therein would be...may be retained for a term not exceeding two years; and at the end of the two years he may by similar certification be continued for an additional term...
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Retirement of Employees in the Federal Classified Service: Hearing Before ...

United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Reform in the Civil Service - United States - 1916 - 170 pages
...Secretary of the Treasury that by reason of his efficiency and his willingness to remain in the service the continuance of such employee therein would be...may be retained for a term not exceeding two years, and at the end of two years he may by similar certification be continued for an additional term of...
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Retirement of Employees in Classified Civil Service, Hearing ..., on S. 157 ...

United States. Comgress. Senate. Committee on civil service and retrenchmemt - 1917 - 266 pages
...Secretary of the Treasury that by reason of his efficiency and his willingness to remain in the service the continuance of such employee therein would be...may be retained for a term not exceeding two years, and at the end of two years he may by similar certification he continued for an additional term of...
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Retirement of Employees in Classified Civil Service: Hearing Before the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Civil Service and Retrenchment - Civil service - 1917 - 266 pages
...employed certifies to the Civil Service Commission that by reason of his or her efficiency and his or her willingness to remain in the civil service of the...therein would be advantageous to the public service, sucn employee may be retained for a term not exceeding two years upon certification by the Civil Service...
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Civil Service Retirement, Hearings ... on H.R. 11352, Aug. 7, 1918

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - 1918 - 103 pages
...Insurance that by reas of his or her efficiency and his or her willingness to remain in the civil serv of the United States the continuance of such employee therein would be t vantageons to the public service, such employee may be retained for a te not exceeding two years...
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The Postal Record, Volumes 33-34

Postal service - 1920
...retirement law provides, "That If within sixty days after the passage of this act or not less than thirty days before the arrival of an employee at the age...service, such employee may be retained for a term of not exceeding two years upon approval and certification by the Civil Service Commission * * *."...
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