Executive Order 2666

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Mr. E. C. Yeats, who was removed from the Railway Mail Service on December 23, 1916, for improper use of his travel commission, may be reinstated as a postal clerk in the Postal Service without reference to the civil-service rules.

This order is issued in view of the statement of the Postmaster General that the case of Mr. Yeats had received his personal attention and that he had concluded that the charges were not sufficiently sustained to warrant his removal.

Signature of Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson.

The White House,

July 17, 1917.

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