To Extend the Classified Civil Service to Positions in Emergency Agencies and Excepted Positions in Older Branches of the Government, Hearings ..., on H.R. 2700

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Page 111 - All persons to be employed in the National Archives Establishment shall be appointed by the Archivist solely with reference to their fitness for their particular duties and without regard to civil-service law; and the Archivist shall make rules and regulations for the government of the National Archives; but any official or employee with salary of $5,000 or over shall be appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate.
Page 123 - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, COMMITTEE ON THE CIVIL SERVICE, Washington, DC The committee this day met at 10 : 30 am, Hon. Robert Ramspeck (chairman) presiding, for further consideration of HR 2700.
Page 21 - ... Agricultural Economics; Dr. Albert Meyers, senior economist? Marketing Division, Surplus Marketing Administration; Mr. Louis H. Bean, Counselor? Bureau of Agricultural Economics ; and Dr. Carl C. Taylor, Division of Farm Population and Rural Welfare, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. The CHAIRMAN. The committee will please come to order. This morning we are to hear from the Department of Agriculture. Shortly after this committee was organized, the then Secretary of Agriculture, Mr. Henry Wallace,...
Page 59 - That hereafter any deputy collector of internal revenue or deputy marshal who may be required by law or by authority or direction of the collector of internal revenue or...
Page 100 - Department be, and he is hereby, further directed to send copies of this Resolution to the President of the United States...
Page 164 - The CHAIRMAN. If there are no further questions, we thank you very much, Mr.
Page 60 - Any deputy collector of internal revenue may be removed without reference to the law and rule governing removal of classified employees. Retirement. — The Attorney General, in an opinion of June 3, 1924, ruled: " 1. That deputy collectors of internal revenue and other officers, who have been or may be appointed without regard to the civil service law and rules made pursuant thereto, do not, by reason of such appointments, acquire the competitive status referred to in the retirement act of March...
Page 114 - I have not prepared a formal statement. I did not want to take the time of the committee with such.
Page 60 - Any person who has acquired a competitive status in the classified civil service retains that status so long as he remains* continuously in the executive civil service although he may have been or may be transferred to a nonclassified position.
Page 51 - ... entirely inconsistent with their oath of office, but they are actually violating the civil service laws and regulations under which they are employed and in doing so they are subjecting themselves individually and collectively to summary dismissal from the public service. This is just another reason why the United National Association of Post Office Clerks, the National Rural Letter Carriers...

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