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1,962; the Selective Service System, 1,786; and the Office of Censorship, 1,077. Seasonal employees were mainly responsible for large increases in the Departments of Agriculture and Commerce. In the Maritime Commission, a decentralization of operations from the central office to several regional offices near shipyards, caused a considerable increase for that agency. There was a significant decrease of almost 600 employees in the Work Projects Administration which was reflected in the Federal Works Agency total. The pa v roll for June 1942 was $308,077,742.

Employees shown in the following table are included in table 4 and table 5 totals.

Departmental employees outside Washington, D. C., metropolitan area June 1942

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All employment data in the following tables refer to employees on the pay roll with pay during the last pay-roll period of the month. The figures are necessarily subject to revision when changes from the original figures are reported by any Government establishment.

TABLE 1.-Civilian employment in the executive branch of the U.S. Government by

funds and character of employinent

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Table 2.- Civilian employment and pay roll in the executive branch of the U. S.

Government

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agencies: Treasury, War, Navy, Agriculture, Commerce, Federal Security, and Federal Works. cenince July 1941, the last pay-roll period in the District of Columbia ends on the 23d for the following

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Table 3.--Civilian employment in the executive branch of the U. S. Government by

departments and independent establishments in Washington, D. C., metropolitan area, June 1942

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Executive Office of the President:
Executive staff.

1,412 1,001

72 317 22 Maintenance force

99
63

36 War establishments:

Office for Emergency Manage-
ment:
Alien Property Custodian,

211

68
14

129
War Production Board

11, 428 3, 946 4, 414 3,011 57
War Shipping Administration

182
97

2

83
All other Office for Emergency
Management

6, 221 2, 231

4
3,951

35 Office of Censorship

631
151

14
453

13 Office of Price Administration

4, 795

78 4, 717 Board of Economic Warfare

1,830

704

68 1,037 21 Coordinator of Information

881
347

514

20 Selective Service System

699
366 103 224

6
Executive departments:
State.

2, 434 1, 933

4 496

1 Treasury 24, 434 18, 695 1, 197 4,029 49

464 War.

54, 450 28, 823 1, 104 23, 504 247 772 Justice

7, 265 6,792

36
434

3 Post Office

6, 173 5, 328 733 112 Navy.

45, 796 21, 218

2 10, 280 1, 198 Interior 3

13, 098
5, 401
4, 172

65 1, 109 49 Agriculture 36.

11, 146 9, 421

579 867

274 Commerce 15, 268 10, 253 670

246

2 Labor..

54 2, 242 1,519 215 497

11 Independent establishments: Alley Dwelling Authority.

219
158

2

59 American Battle Monuments Commission

7

7
Bituminous Coal Consumers'
Counsel

45
40
2

3
Board of Governors, Federal Re-
serve System

441
413
7

21
Board of Investigation and Re-
search

136
62

73 1 Included under Regular Funds are all civilian employees paid from appropriations other than emer. gency relief appropriations. Under emergency relief appropriation funds are only administrative employ. ees whose compensation is provided for in the Emergency Relief Appropriation Acts of 1939 and prior years.

: Full-time employees are those who are normally expected to work the full number of hours as specified in the regulations of each department or agency. Permanent employees include all those having probational permanent or probational indefinite appointments. Temporary employees are those appointed for periods of limited duration. War service employees are those appointed in accordance with Executive Orders 8257, 8564, 8458, 9063, and 9067. Force-account employees are those engaged for a specific construction, repair, or maintenance job.

Includes employees paid from Civilian Conservation Corps funds as follows:

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• Substitute employment is converted to a full-time basis and included as a part of the full-time employment.

6 Includes employees in the Washington, D. C., metropolitan area, appointed under special letters of authorization, as follows: 242 temporary employees, and 1 part-time employee paid from regular funds.

* Records not complete.

Auf TABLE 3.-Civilian employment in the executive branch of the U. S. Government by

departments and independent establishments in Washington, D. C., metropolitan area, June 1942–Continued

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Independent establishments-Con.

Board of Tax Appeals.
Civil Service Commission...
Employees' Compensation Com-

mission.
Federal Communications Commis-

910n.
Federal Deposit Insurance Cor-

poration,
Federal Power Commission
Federal Security Agency!
Federal Trade Commission
Federal Works Agency.
General Accounting Office.
Government Printing Office
Interstate Commerce Commission..
Maritime Commission.
National Advisory Committee for

Aeronautics.
National Archives.
National Capital Parks and Plan-

bing Commission.
National Housing Agency

National Labor Relations Board.
National Mediation Board.
Panama Canal..
Railroad Retirement Board.
Securities and Exchange Commis

sion
Smithsonian Institution..
Tarifl Commission...
Tennessee Valley Authority.
Veterans' Administration..

15.085
7, 401
7, 717
1, 812
2, 304

24 31 59

464 397 825 121 839

1, 406

132 511

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TABLE 4.-Civilian employment in the executive branch of the U. S. Government by

departments and independent establishments outside Washington, D, C., metro* politan area, June 1942 1

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Executive office of the President:
Executive Stati

380

197
Maintenance Force,
War establishments:
Once for Emergency Management:
Alien Property Custodian

2
War Production Board

5, 639

371 War Shipping Administration

56

3
All other Office for Emergency
Management

6, 107

400 Office of Censorship

8, 377

797 Office of Price Administration

11, 744

770 Board of Economic Warfare.

29

24 Coordinator of Information.

679

103 Selective Service System.

8, 540 Footnotes 1 and 2 on table 3 are also applicable to this table. Records not complete.

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25, 415

3, 445

3,983

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TABLE 4.-Civilian employment in the executive branch of the U. $. Government by

departments and independent establishments outside Washington, D. C., metro politan area, June 1942–Continued

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Executive departments:
State.

4, 170 3, 770 326

15 Treasury

43, 563 37, 103 1, 775 2, 919 War?

770, 248 458, 069 92, 864 169, 409 Justice

20, 864 17, 399 435 2, 631 Post Office 3

313, 590 294, 524 19, 066 Navy.

404, 030 170, 254 4, 551 94, 922 Interior ?

41, 954 23, 770 5, 507 2, 510 Agriculture 14

81, 721 55, 408 14,983 2, 325 Commerce.

14,

11, 366 86 1, 387 Labor.

2, 703
2,033 113

361 Independent establishments:

Alley Dwelling Authority.
American Battle Monuments
Bituminous Coal Consumers'

Counsel
Board of Governors. Federal Re-
serve Sistem

20

20 Board of Investigation and Re

search Board of Tax Appeals Civil Service Commission

3, 346 2, 250

32

1,064
Employees' Compensation Com.
mission

498
342

125
Federal Communications Commis-
sion

999
829

68 102
Federal Deposit Insurance Cor-
poration

2, 074 1, 223

8

76 Federal Power Commission

296
267

9

20 Federal Security Agency ?

22, 965
16,772

539 4. 902 Federal Trade Commission

81
80

1 Federal Works Agency

20, 968

5, 106 317 1, 429
Genral Accounting Office
Government Printing Office
Interstate Comm rce Commission..

832
785

6 Maritine Commission

3,010 1,854 51

1,105 National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics

2, 471 1, 512

117 830 Nati nal Archives

14
13

1 National Capital Park and Plan

ning Commission National Housing Agency

9, 909
8, 779

55

913 National Labor Rulations Board..

56
366
25

66 National Mediation Board...

49
47

2
• Includes employees paid from Civilian Conservation Corps funds as follows:

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This report excludes 56,521 enrolled personnel. 3 Substitute employment is converted to a full-time basis and included as a part of the full-time emplog. ment.

* Includes employees outside the Washington, D. C., metropolitan area, appointed under spcial letters of authorization, as follows: 958 permanent, 10,089 temporary, 41 war service, and 5,402 part-time employees paid from regular funds.

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