Author:William McKinley/Executive orders

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Executive orders
Administration of William McKinley (March 4, 1897 – September 14, 1901)
  • At least 51 Executive Orders Issued [1]
  • Range: Executive Order 97 thru Executive Order 140
  • Signature of William McKinley


1897[edit]

    97 Apr 24 Authorizing Appointment of Assistant Attorney General in Post Office Department Without Examination
    98 May 24 Authorizing Appointment of Law Clerk in Post Office Department Without Examination
    99 Jul 15 Consular Regulations amended to waive the requirement of personal appearance of shippers at consulates for the invoice declaration, ...
   100 Jul 27 Revising the Tariff of Consular Fees
   101 Jul 27 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Removal from Service
   102 Jul 27 Amending Civil Service Rules to Include All Customs Houses in Classified Service
   103 Jul 27 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Positions Excepted from Examination

1898[edit]

   104 May 13 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Eligibility After Being Mustered into Military or Naval Service
   105 Jun 15 Amending Civil Service Rules Making Certain Positions in Government Printing Office Subject to Apportionment
   106 Jul 06 Requesting the Nation to Give Thanks for War Victories
   106-1 Aug 06 Ordering the Permanent Marking of Graves of U.S. Soldiers at Santiago, Cuba
   106½ Aug 26 Consular agents permitted to retain as compensation for services to US seamen and vessels and for other official acts, one-half of the fees collected for such services, provided such compensation does not exceed $1000 per annum.
   107 Sep 07 Relatives, Employed by Government, of 1st District of Columbia Regiment of Volunteers Excused from Duty on Day Regiment Returns to Washington
   108 Oct 10 Amending Consular Regulations Pertaining to Accounts of Consular Agents
   108-A Dec 23 Placing the Island of Guam Under the Control of the Navy Department
   109 Dec 29 relating to funeral of Senator (Justin Smith) Morrill of Vermont - signed by J.A. Porter, Secretary to the President
   110 Dec 31 Voiding the Contract Between the Republic of Hawaii and the Pacific Cable Co. of New York

1899[edit]

   111 Jan 20 Authorizing Permanent Appointment of Certain Navy Department Personnel Temporarily Appointed Before September 15, 1898
   112 Feb 08 Consideration of half-holiday for Grand Army of the Republic members during removal of remains of John A. Rawlins to Arlington
   113 Feb 08 Ordering half-masting of flag during removal of remains of John A. Rawlins to Arlington
   114 Apr 03 Ordering Tribute for Spanish American War Dead, and Interment at Arlington National Cemetery on April 6, 1899
   115 Apr 18 Amending Civil Service Rules to Except One Foreman of Job Division in Government Printing Service from Examination
   116 May 13 Directing that the General Election Provided For by the Constitution of the Republic of Hawaii to Not Be Held
   117 May 23 Government Employees Excused from Duty for Participation in Peace Jubilee
   118 May 27 Permit for Cable from Borkum-Emden, Germany, to New York, N.Y., Granted to Deutsch-Atlantische Telegraphen Gesellschaft
   119 May 29 Amending Civil Service Rules
   120 Jun 06 Amending Civil Service Rules to Reinsert Position Excepted from Examination
   121 Sep 11 Annulling Sales of Public Lands by Government of Hawaii Made After Resolution of Annexation
   122 Sep 18 Discontinuing Issuance of Registers to Vessels by the Authorities of Hawaii

1900[edit]

   123 Jan 15 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Reinstatement of Certain Post Office Employees
   124 Jan 22 Amending Civil Service Rules to Except Clerk at Government Hospital for the Insane from Examination
   125 Jan 29 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Promotion of War Veterans
   125-A Feb 19 Placing Certain Islands of the Samoan Group Under the Control of the Navy Department
   126 Mar 16 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Retransfer of Certain People from Unclassified to Classified Service
   127 Mar 16 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Transfer from Excepted to Non-Excepted Positions
   128 Mar 29 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Age Limitations
   129 Apr 17 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Transfer from Excepted to Non-Excepted Positions
   130 May 24 Amending Civil Service Rules With Special Rule Permitting Certain Navy Employees to be Transferred as Civilians
   130-A Jun 22 Approving Franchise Granted by Republic of Hawaii to First American Bank of Hawaii
   130-B Jun 22 Approving Franchise Granted by Republic of Hawaii to Hilo Railroad Company
   130-C Jun 22 Approving Franchise Granted by Republic of Hawaii to Kohala and Hilo Railroad Company
   130-D Jul 25 Approving Franchise Granted by Republic of Hawaii to Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land Co.
   131 Jun 29 Amending Civil Service Rules to Except all Paymasters' Clerks from Examination
   132 Jul 13 Consular Court Fees and Fines Made Official
   133 Nov 20 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Exceptions from Examination for Draftsmen in Navy Department
   134 Nov 30 Civil Service Commission Directed to Assist Philippine Civil Service Board

1901[edit]

   135 Jan 31 Amending Consular Regulations Regarding Expiration of Passports
   136 Feb 26 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Age Limitations in Light-House Service
   137 Mar 02 Amending Civil Service Rules to Except Chinese Interpreters in Treasury Department from Examination
   138 Mar 25 Providing that Fees be Collected for Bills of Health Issued to Foreign War Vessels
   139 Apr 06 Granting Half-Holiday for Civil War and Spanish-American War Veterans in Government Service to Attend Ceremonies Honoring General John A. Logan
   140 Jul 31 Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Age Limitations in Post Office Service


Notes[edit]

  1. NOTE: The total number of Executive orders issued for each administration includes number-and-letter designated orders, such as 9577-A, 9616-A, etc. Also, many executive orders in this era never got numbered at all.