Executive Order 1098
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Authorizing Appointment of LeClaire Hoover as Special Agent in Corporations Bureau
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Mr. LeClaire Hoover may be appointed a special agent at $4,000 per annum in the Bureau of Corporations without examination under the civil-service rules, it appearing that Mr. Hoover's services are necessary for the prosecution of the work of the bureau in the investigation of the iron and steel industry, that the Commissioner of Corporations has made every reasonable effort, without success, to obtain a properly qualified man for this work from the civil-service eligible list, and that this order is requested by the Secretary of Commerce and Labor and is approved by the Civil Service Commission.
The White House,
- June 28, 1909.
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