Report of the Executive Committee of the New York Civil-Service Reform Association (Google eBook)

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The Association, 1896 - Civil service
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Page 8 - Appointments and promotions in the civil service of the State, and of all the civil divisions thereof, including cities and villages, shall be made according to merit and fitness to be ascertained, so far as practicable, by examinations, which, so far as practicable, shall be competitive...
Page 33 - Reform Association. Per copy, 5 cts . The Beginning' of the Spoils System in the National Government, 1829-30. (Reprinted, by permission, from Parton's "Life of Andrew Jackson.") Per copy, 5 cts. The Spoils System and Civil-Service Reform in the CustomHouse and Post-Office at New York. By Dorman B. Eaton. 136 pages, 8vo. Per copy, 15 cts. Term and Tenure of Office. By Dorman B. Eaton. Second edition, abridged. Per copy. 15 cts The Danger of an Office-Holding Aristocracy. By EL Godkin. Per copy, 5...
Page 33 - ... League. Also a few copies of some early publications. PUBLICATIONS OF THE NEW YORK CIVIL-SERVICE REFORM ASSOCIATION. II. The Beginning of the Spoils System in the National Government, 1829-30. ( Reprinted, by permission, from Parton's " Life of Andrew Jackson.") Per copy, 5 cts. Per 100, $3 oo III. The Spoils System and Civil-Service Reform in the CustomHouse and Post-Office at New York.
Page 33 - ... York and Massachusetts. Decisions and Opinions in Construction of the Civil-Service Laws. (1890) Per copy, 15 cts. The Meaning of Civil-Service Reform. By EO Graves. The Selection of Laborers. (In English and German Editions). By James M. Bugbee late of the Massachusetts Civil-Service Commission. Report of Select Committee on Reform in the Civil Service (HR ), regarding the registration of laborers in the United States Service. Report of same Committee regarding selection of Fourth-Class Postmasters....
Page 33 - ... Eaton. Second edition, abridged. Per copy. 15 cts The Danger of an Office-Holding Aristocracy. By EL Godkin. Per copy, 5 cts. Daniel Webster and the Spoils System. An extract from Senator Bayard's oration at Dartmouth College, June, 1882. A Primer of Civil-Service Reform, prepared by George William Curtis. (English and German Editions.) The Workingman's Interest in Civil-Service Reform. Address by Hon. Henry A. Richmond. Annual Reports of the CSRA of New York for the years 1883-1896 inclusive....
Page 33 - The Meaning' of Civil-Service Reform. By EO Graves. The Selection of Laborers. (In English and German Editions). By James M. Bugbee late of the Massachusetts Civil-Service Commission. The Workingman and Civil-Service Reform. What Can He Do About...
Page 33 - Service (HR), regarding the regittration of laborers in the United States Service. Report of same Committee regarding selection of Fourth-Class Postmasters. George William Curtis. A commemorative address by Parke Godwin. ( Published by the Century Association). 10 centi per copy.
Page 5 - Executive branch remaining unclassified, with the single exception before mentioned, are those appointed by the President subject to confirmation by the Senate, and those employed merely as laborers or workmen.

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