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to January 1, 1936, for the benefit of employees of the Federal Government stationed without the continental limits of the United States. However, any department may, if it so desires, apply the regulations in this part to employees stationed without the continental limits of the United States, subject to the continuance of such leave differential. (u) The heads or governing bodies of the various Government agencies to which this part applies shall be responsible for the proper administration of the regulations in this part in so far as they pertain to the granting of sick leave to employees under their respective jurisdictions; and they may, within the limits authorized by law, issue such regulations as are not inconsistent with the regulations in this part.**

55.3

Employees excepted. The regulations in this part shall not

apply to:

(a) Teachers and librarians of the public schools of the District of Columbia.

(b) Officers and members of the police and fire departments of the District of Columbia, other than civilian personnel.

(c) Officers and employees of the Panama Canal and Panama Railroad on the Isthmus of Panama.

(d) Temporary employees engaged on construction work at hourly

rates.

(e) The Postmaster General and officers and employees in or under the Post Office Department except those serving in the departmental service and in the Mail Equipment Shops.

(f) Persons paid security or prevailing wages from funds allotted by the Works Progress Administration on a State, municipal, or other public but non-Federal project or on a Federal project: Provided, That sick leave shall be granted in accordance with the regulations in this part to employees in the central office of the Works Progress Administration in the District of Columbia and at district and local headquarters, and to other employees in administrative or clerical positions who receive other than security or prevailing wages as prescribed in Executive orders.

(g) Employees not required to be continuously employed during regular tour of duty, such as: (1) Per diem or per hour employees engaged in an emergency who may be employed for more than one 7- or 8-hour shift within 24 hours during the emergency; (2) parttime or intermittent employees; (3) persons engaged under contract; (4) employees engaged temporarily for less than a month on a piece-price basis; (5) employees who are paid at hourly rates but who are not engaged on construction work, such as mechanics, skilled laborers, and others engaged in many services on maintenance, repair, clean-up work, and the like, where employment is more or less intermittent and not on a regular or continuous basis; and (6) employees paid on a fee basis, such as physicians, surgeons, and other consultants.*t

55.4 Ratification; revocation; effective date. (a) All temporary regulations issued by the heads of the various departments and independent establishments under authority of Executive Order No. 7321 of March 21, 1936, are hereby ratified. All such temporary

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**For statutory and source citations, see note to § 55.1.

regulations and all other regulations relating to the granting of sick leave are hereby revoked in so far as they are inconsistent with the regulations in this part.

(b) This part shall be effective as of January 1, 1938, and shall, as of that date, supersede Executive Order No. 7410 of July 9, 1936,7 prescribing regulations relating to sick leave of certain Government employees.*+

PART 91-EXECUTIVE ORDERS AFFECTING THE CIVIL SERVICE NOT OTHERWISE COVERED IN THIS CHAPTER

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91.1 Executive orders relating to mis- 91.2 Executive orders which have been cellaneous subjects.

issued excepting certain agencies, in whole or in part, from the operation of the Civil Service rules.

91.1 Executive orders relating to miscellaneous subjects.

Number

Date

Title

6670 Apr. 7, 1934 Transferring functions of the Veterans' Administration relating to Civil Service retirement to the Civil Service Commission.

June 5, 1934 Postponing the effective date of transfer of Veterans' Administration retirement activities to the Civil Service Commission.

6731

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Directing the transfer of retirement functions from the Veterans' Administration to the Civil Service Commission on Sept. 1, 1934.

Prescribing a uniform method for rating the efficiency of employees in the classified service of the Federal Government in the District of Columbia.

[Prescribing rules to govern the selection of departmental employees for demotion or separation on account of reduction in force.

Prescribing procedure relating to the appointment of first, second, and third class postmasters.

Authorizing the filling of certain vacancies in the municipal service of the District of Columbia in accordance with the principles of the Civil Service Act and Rules.

1 Informal.

71 F. R. 767.

**For statutory and source citations, see note to § 55.1.

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91.2 Executive orders which have been issued excepting certain agencies, in whole or in part, from the operation of the Civil Service rules.

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ADMIRALTY: See Navigation and Navigable Waters, 33 CFR Chapters I-V. Shipping, 46 CFR Chapters I, II.

AERONAUTICAL RADIO SERVICE: See Telecommunication, 47 CFR Part 9. AERONAUTICS: See Army: War Department, 10 CFR Chapter II. Civil Aviation, 14 CFR Chapter I. National Defense, 32 CFR Chapter IV. Panama Canal, 35 CFR Part 5.

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Chapter VII.

AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Part 700.

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