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NUMBER of EMPLOYEES IN CIvri, SERVICE, 1923, 1924, 1925, AND IN 1918

Number of employees in each branch of the Federal eacecutive civil service on June 30, 1925, with totals for November 11, 1918 (armistice date), and later dates, comprising classified and unclassified (which includes presidential)

positions *

Department or office.

..” In District of Columbia

June 30, 1925

Outside District of Columbia

Total
Men Women | Total Men Women | Total
s

The White House-- 43 3 446 ------------------------------
State----- - 337 281 618 2,931 701 3, 632 4,250
Treasury- 7,865 8,460 16, 325 30,284 6,824 37, 108 53,433

ar-------- 2,485 2,413 4, 8 43,481 4,008 47,489 52,387
Justice----- 608 233 841 ,405 560 2,965 3,
Post Office 3,083 739 3,822 271,962 25,915 297,877 301, 699
Navy---- 3,986 1,211 5, 197 34, 715 2,357 37,072 42,269
Interior- 2, 565 1,362 3,927 11,380 1,966 13,346 -
Agriculture 3,001 1,915 4,916 13, 521 2,165 15,686
Commtoce”. 2,746 2, 197 4, 943 8,333 642 8,975 13,918
Johor...------------------ 280 374 654 2,735 719 3,454 4, 108
Government Printing Office. 3,082 855 3,937 ------------------------------ 3,937
Smithsonian Institution 364 131 495 ----------|-------------------- 495

ote Commerce Commis• *-*Sion-------------------------: -, Civil Service Commission-• * **, *Bureau of Efficiency-----. . . Federal Trade Commission **. Shipping Board--------Alien Property CustodianTariff Commission------------Employees Compensation Commission-----------------Federal Board of Vocational Education-------------------Panama Canal.--Public Buildings and Parks, National Capital.-Railroad Labor Board. General Accounting Offi Veterans' Bureau---------Railroad Administration *Commission of Fine Arts War Finance Corporation *----National Advisory Committee

for Aeronautics--------------- 12 11 23 102 9. 111 134 Federal Reserve Board *-------- 99 81 180 18 1---------- 18 19s Total.-------------------- 37,310 26,446 63,756 445,228 55,734 500,962 564, 718

WAR EXPANSION AND REDUCTION SINCE ARMISTICE

Outside
Date o, Distriot | total

Columbia June 30, 1916-------------------------------------------------- 39,442 398,615 438,057 Nov. 11, 1918- 117, 760 * 800,000 * 917,760 July 31, 1920-- 90, 559 • 600, 557 * 691, 116 July 31, 1921-- 78,865 518, 617 597, 482 June 30, 1922– 69,980 490,883 , S63 June 30, 1923-- 66, 290 482,241 548, 531 Dec. 31, 1923-- 65,025 479,646 544,671 June 30, 1924-- 64, 120 490,866 554,986 Dec. 31, 1924-- 66,079 489, 540 555,619 June 30, 1925-------------------------------------------------- 63, 756 500,962 564,718

1 Does not include legislative or judicial services nor the commissioned warranted or enlisted personnel of the military, naval, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard services. The Government of the District of Columbia is also not included, although policemen and firemen are appointed through examinations held by the

commission.

* Number of women in field branches of Post Office Department estimated. * Includes 13,200 clerks at third-class offices, 203 screen-wagon contractors, 300 carriers for offices having special opyo clerks in charge of contract stations, 10,968 star-route contractors, and 289 steamboat

contractors.

oes not include 36,007 clerks at fourth-cass offices who are employed and paid by the post

master, and 21,184 mail messengers not included in previous computations. - -
Includes administrative offices of Emergency Fleet Corporation, but not workmen at shipyards or in

warehouses or employees on vessels.
* Positions not subject to the civil service act.
* Approximate.

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Number of employees in each branch of the Federal evecutive civil service
on December 31, 1924, with totals for November 11, 1918 (armistice date),
and later dates, comprising classified and unclassified (which includes
presidential) positions'

Dec. 31, 1924

Department or office In District of Columbia Outside District of Columbia

Total

Men Women | Total Men Women | Total

323 368 591 2,868 761 3, 629 4, 220
8, 190 8,810 17,000 29, 479 6,642 36, 121 53, 121
2,821 3. 562 6,383 36, 358 3, 165 39, 523 45,906
440 100 540 2, 140 920 3,060 3,600
3,077 760 3,837 271, 310 || 1 25, 353 297, 163 || 3301,000
4, 333 1,221 5,554 34,697 2, 435 37, 132 42,686
3,786 1,752 5, 538 8,725 2, 416 11, 141 16,679
2,934 1,938 20,385
1,701 995 12, 119

Labor 255 365 3,876

Government Printing o: 3,385 884 4, 269
Smithsonian Institution.-------- 376 116 492

Interstate Commerce Commis-

*-------------------------- 892 261 1,406

oivil service Commission- 137 206 475

Bureau of Efficiency 30 16 46

Federal Trade Commission 219 | 99 31s

Shipping d---------------- 734 379 2,566

Alien Property Custodian 55 50 105

Tariff Commission.---- 129 71 200

Employees Compe

on------------------ 22 51 73

Federal Board Vocational Edu- |
eation------------------------ 32 39 71 ------------------------------ 71

Panama Canal.----------------- 60 16 76 8, 128 434 || 8,562 8,638

Superintendent State, War, and

Navy Buildings.-------------- 1, 110 526 1,636 ------------------------------ 1,636

Rulroad Labor Board------------------------------|---------- 31 34 65 65

General Accounting Office 1, 153 835 1,988 --------------------|---------- 1,988

Weterans' Bureau---------- 1,805 3, 680 5,485 13,759 9,091 22,850 28,335

Railroad Administration *- 301 79 380 9 5 14 394

Miscellaneous------------------ 370 330 6 700 150 100 * 250 * 950

Total.--------------------- | 38,670 27,409 66,079 433,715 55,825 489, 540 555,619

WAR EXPANSION, AND REDUCTION SINCE ARMISTICE

- Outside
Date do, District of Total
Columbia

39,442 398,615 438,057

117,760 $800,000 * 917,760

90,559 * 600,557 * 691, 116

78,865 518, 617 597,482

69,980 - 490,883 560,863

66,290 482,241 548, 531

65,025 479,646 544,671

64, 120 490,866 554,986

66,079 489, 540 555,619

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June 30, 1924

Department or office In District of Columbia Outside District of Columbia

- Total

Men Women | Total Men Women Total
326 267 593 3,454 650 4, 104 4,697
8, 217 8,840 17,057 28,780 6,455 35,235 52,292
2,370 1,896 4, 266 43, 174 2,920 46,094 50,360
451 180 631 2, 100 900 3,000 3,631

2,908 799 3,707 || 267,059 25,715 292,774 s 296,481

4, 146 1, 104 5,250 34,627 2, 36, 72 41,971
3,660 1,825 5,485 9,829 2,526 12,355 17,840
2,966 1,954 4,920 13, 592 2, 153 15,745 20,665
1,830 969 2, 799 8, 163 698 ,861 11,660
359 602 961 2,352 433 2,785 3,746
3, 199 895 4,094 ----------|----------|---------- 4,094
370 118 488 ----------|-------------------- 488
1,000 287 1,287 254 1 1,542

Civil Service Commission------ 159 221 380 65 53 118 498

Bureau of Efficiency------------ 34 15 * !------------------------------ 49

Federal Trade Commission----- 215 100 315 ------------------------------ 315

§of Board---------------- 808 442 * 1,250 1, 515 350 1,865 3, 115
Railroad Administration------- 463 95 558 14 5 19 577

Alien Property Custodian------ 62 52 114 ------------------------------ 114

Tariff Commission------------- 133 67 200 ------------------------------ | 200
Employees' Compensation

Commission------------------ 20 53 73 ------------------------------ 73

Federal Board

Education.-- 35 39 74 ------------------------------ 74

Panama Canal- 58 15 73 8,340 477 8,817 8,890

Superintendent, 8 , Wa
and Navy Buildings.---------- 996 524 1,520 ------------------------------ 1,520

Railroad Labor Board----------|----------|----------|- --------- 30 37 67 67

General Accounting Office------ 1,166 876 2,042 ------------------------------ 2,042

Veterans' Bureau--------------- 1,760 3,474 5,234 12,848 8,953 21,801 27,035

Miscellaneous------------------ 370 33 * 700 150 1 s * 95,

Total.--------------------- 38,081 26,039 64, 120 436,346 54, 520 490,866 554,98.

WAR EXPANSION AND REDUCTION SINCE ARMISTICE
Outside
Date o, District of Total
Columbia

June 30, 1916-------------------------------------------------- 39,442 398,615 438,057

Nov. 11, 1918- - 117,780 * 800,000 * 917,760

July 31, 1920- - 90, 559 * 600, 557 * 691,116

July 31, 1921- - 78,865 518, 617 97,482

June 30, 1922- - 69,980 490,883 560,863

June 30, 1923- - * 482,241 548,531

Dec. 31, 1923-------------------------------------------------- 65,025 544,671

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* Includes 13,200 clerks at third-class offices, 203 screen-wagon contractors, 175 carriers for offices having

special supply, 5,271 clerks in charge of contract stations, 10,868 star-route contractors, and 285 steamboat
contractors. Does not include 36,484 clerks at fourth-class offices, because not paid by the Government,

and 20,705 mail messengers, because not included in previous co

mputations.

* Includes administrative offices of Emergency Fleet Corporation, but not workmen at shipyards or

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Wumber of employees in each branch of the Federal eacecutive civil service on December 31, 1923, and on June 30, 1916, with totals for November 11, 1918 ormistice date), and later dates, comprising positions classified under firil service law and those not so classified

[Does not include legislative, judicial, military, or naval services or the District of Columbia]

Dec. 31, 1923
Department or office In District of Columbia outso of so

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12,832 8,977 21,809 26,961 -------

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WAR EXPANSION AND REDUCTION SINCE ARMISTICE

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:Noto women in field branches of Post Office Department estimated. loves 13,000 clerks at third-class offices, 200 screen-wagon contractors, 311 carriers for offices having ***upply, 5,162 clerks in charge of contract stations, 10,879 star-route contractors, and 284 steamboat * Does not include 36,638 clerks at fourth-class offices, because not paid by the Government, * *** mail messengers, because not included in previous computations.

* 145 employees detailed by departments to the commission and taken over on its 'rolls July

* "loudes administrative offices of Emergency Fleet Corporation, but not workmen at shipyards or in *ouses or employees on vessels

* Approximate.

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Number of employees in each branch of the Federal erecutive civil service on June 30, 1923, and on June 30, 1916, with totals for November 11, 1918 (armistice date), and later dates, comprising positions classified under civil service law and those not so classified -

June 30, 1923 *". - - - - Outside District of Department or office In District of Columbia Columbia Grand W W total Total som- WomMen en Total | Man en Total State--------------------------------- 322 260 582 2,720 703 3,423 4,005 2,783 Treasury----------------------------- 8,964 9,670 18,634 29,986 6,791 36,777 55,411 30,629 War---------------------------------- 2,366 2,104 || 4,470 43,129 3,560 46,689 || 51,159 37,695 Justice------------------------------- 440 213 653 1,853 847 2,700 3,353 2,610 Post Office--- 2,689 736 || 3,425 1258,397 124,000 282,397 -285,822 250,885 Navy--------- 4,214 35,722 Interior --- 3, 643 Agriculture-------------------------- 2,986 Commerce--------------------------- 1,797 378 3, 110 357 1,000 158 Bureau of Efficiency---- 35 Federal Trade Board----------------- 208 Shipping Board---------------------- 920 Railroad Administration------------- 813 Alien Property Custodian 77 Tariff Commission------------------- 122 22 52 74 ------------------------ 74 -------40 40 80 ---------------56 15 71 7,501 422 so State, avy Buildings 811 493 1,304 |--------|-------Railroad Labor Board---------------|--------|---------------- 33 34 General Accounting Office----------- 1, 190 845 2,035 |---------------Veterans' Bureau -------------------- 1,643 || 3,627 5, 270 13,266 9,628 Miscellaneous *---------------------- 370 330 700 150 100 Total.-------------------------- 38,821 27,469 | 66,290 |also | 54,052 482,241 o 531 438,057

WAR EXPANSION AND REDUCTION SINCE ARMISTICE

In Dis- || Outside trict of District of Total Columbia Columbia

June 30, 1916-------------------------------------------------------------- 39,442 398,615 43S, 0.5 Nov. 11, 1918----------- 117, 760 5800,000 , 7 July 31, 1920-- 90, 559 6600, 557 | * 691, 11 July 31, 1921-- 78,865 518, 617 597. 48 June 30, 1922 69,980 490,883 560, S6 June 30, 1923-------------------------------------------------------------- 66, 290 482, 241 548.53

1 Number of women in field branches of post Office Department estimated.

* Includes 13,000 clerks at third-class offices, 200 screen-wagon contractors, 317 carriers for offices havin special supply, 5,043 clerks in charge of contract stations, 10,875 star-route contractors, 296 steamboat con tractors, and 140 clerks in charge of rural stations. Does not include 37,351 clerks at fourth-class office o: not paid by the Government, and 19,327 mail messengers, because not included in previous con putations.

*Includes 145 employees added to Civil Service Commission's roll on July 1, 1923, who had theretofore bee detailed to the commission and paid by other branches of the Government.

* Includes administrative offices of Emergency Fleet Corporation, but not workmen at shipyards or i warehouscs, or employees on vessels.

* Estimated.

* Approximate.

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