Executive Order 288

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The following-named temporary clerks, now employed in the Bureau of the Census in connection with the compilation of the census of the Philippine Islands, may be permanently appointed, at the salaries they are now receiving, to positions within the competitive classified service, it appearing that the original appointments, without certifications from the registers of the Civil Service Commission, were necessary for the reason that the Commission was unable to certify eligibles possessing the requisite qualifications, and it appearing also that these employees, by reason of their training in census work, are especially adapted to the duties devolving upon the permanent force of that Bureau and are needed in connection therewith:

Bailey, Edna M.
Crew, Clara A.
Herriott, Ruth E.
Jackson, Carrie O.
Kippen, Della.
La Grange, Mrs. Carrie C.
Keleher, Eva A. W.
Munson, William F.
Pickford, Mrs. Grace D.
Sawyer, Mrs. Sarah H.
Sutherland, Lucy.
Williams, Martha W.
Wysor, Ethel.

Signature of Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt.

White House,

December 24, 1904.

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. 105).