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FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

UNITED STATES
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30

1928

THE PREVIOUS ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE COMMISSION
CAN BE FOUND AT THE PRINCIPAL PUBLIC LIBRARIES

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON

1928

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FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT

OF TH

UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D. C., November 2, 1928. SIR: In accordance with the civil service act we submit the following report for the year ended June 30, 1928:

EXAMINATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS

The numbers of persons examined by the commission during each of the last three fiscal years for original appointment, promotion, transfer, or reinstatement for positions classified under the civilservice rules, and positions not so classified, and also the numbers appointed each year as the result of such examinations, are shown in the following table:

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A decline is noted in the number of appointments during the fiscal year 1927-28, due to the decrease in turnover in first and second class post offices. The number of clerk-carrier appointments for 1927 was 12,381, while for 1928 it was but 9,769. Appointments to many other clerical and administrative positions showed a slight increase, as did the total number of appointments to subprofessional and skilled labor and mechanical positions, but this increase was not sufficiently large to offset the reduction in the post-office appointments.

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POSITIONS IN THE BUREAU OF PROHIBITION

On March 3, 1927, Congress enacted legislation establishing a Bureau of Prohibition in the Treasury Department and providing

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