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Executive Order 86

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Amendment to Internal-Revenue Rule IV.


Section 5 of internal-revenue Rule IV is hereby amended by adding at the end of the first paragraph thereof the following:

And provided further, That whenever an emergency shall arise requiring that a vacant position in any internal-revenue district shall be filled before a certificate can be issued by the Commission, and an appointment made thereto in the manner provided in these rules, such position may be filled without regard to the provisions of these rules by temporary appointment not to exceed thirty days, and only for such period as may be required for the execution of the necessary details of an appointment thereto in accordance with said provisions, but no person shall receive such emergency appointment, who, within the sixty days next previous thereto, has been separated from a position in said district to which he was temporarily appointed under the provisions of this section.


The section as amended shall read as follows:

  1. In the case of the occurrence of a vacancy in the classified service of any internal-revenue collection district which the public interest requires shall be immediately filled, and there is no eligible entitled to reinstatement under section 1, clause (b), of this rule or remaining on the proper register, such vacancy in the class of storekeeper, storekeeper and gauger, or clerk, may be filled without examination and certification by a temporary designation by the collector of the district of some suitable person to perform the duties of the position until a regular appointment can he made under the provisions of sections 1, 2, and 3 of this rule: Provided, That service under such temporary designation shall in no case continue longer than six months, and shall expire by limitation at the end of that time: And provided further, That no person shall serve more than six months in any one year under such temporary designation, the year limitation in regard to such designation to begin to run on the date thereof: And provided further, That whenever an emergency shall arise requiring that a vacant position in any internal-revenue district shall be filled before a certificate can be issued by the Commission and an appointment made thereto in the manner provided in these rules, such position may be filled without regard to the provisions of these rules by temporary appointment for a period not to exceed thirty days and only for such period as may be required for the execution of the necessary details of an appointment thereto in accordance with said provisions, but no person shall receive such emergency appointment who within the sixty days next previous thereto has been separated from a position in said district to which he was temporarily appointed under the provisions of this section.

    Every such temporary designation, and also the discontinuance of the same, shall be at once reported to the Commission.


Approved.

Signature of Grover Cleveland
Grover Cleveland.

Executive Mansion,

January 18, 1896.


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).