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June 16, 1938     Golden Valley News
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THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS (Continued from Preceding Page) suspended without pay or reduced in rank and compensation for religious or political reasons. (2) No suspension or suspensions shall be made for a period of over thirty days in any one calendar year. In every such case, the appointing au- thority shall furnish the employee and the Director of Civil Service In wrlti,.g, kis reasons for same. Any suspension which would have the effect of making the total time during which the em- ployee is suspended without pay dur- ing any calendar year, greater than $~ days, shall be deemed a dismissal and shall be subject to the provisions concerning dismissals as provided In this Act. (3) In every case of layoff of a permanent offiCer or employee, the appointing authority shall, fifteen days before the effective date thereof, give written notice to the employee and the Director of Civil Service. Any person who has been appointed to ~t position in the classified service under the provisions of this Act, other than a temporary appointee, and who has been laid off for the reasons specified in Section XII, subsection 4 of this Act, shall be laid off according to seni- ority and shall have his name placed at the head of the appropriate register. In any case where the appointing au- thority refuses or fails to certify, before the effective date thereof, that the layoff was for reasons not reflect* ing discredit on the employee, it shall be deemed a dismissal and shall be subject to the provisions concerning dismissals, as provided in ~his Act. (4) In all cases of dismissal, sus- pension, reduction in pay or position, the appointing officer shall at the time of such action, furnish the em- ployee and the Director of Civil Serv- *ee, a statement in writing setting forth the reasons for same and the effective date of such action. This statement shall be served on the em- ployee in person or by registered mail. Within fifteen days after receipt of such notice and reasons from the ap- pointing officer, the employee may request in writing a hearing before the Civil Service Commission. Within thirty days after the date of such *e- quest, the Commission shall hold a full public hearing thereon. After the full public hearing before the Civil Service Commission, the Commission shall either sustain the action of the appointing officer or shall reinstate the employee fully or upon such con- ditions as the Civil Service Commis- sion shall determine. The employee may appeal the decision of the Com- mission to the District Court where the charge or charges against him shall be heard de hove and determined in the same manner as a court If the Civil Service Coramission or the court finds that the dismissal suspension, reduction in pay or po- sition was for religious or political reasons, then the employee shall be forthwith re-instated in his position and reimbursed for any loss of pay occasioned by such action of suspension, reduction in pay or posi. tion (5) Provisional employees as de- fined in subsection (1), and temporrtr.v employees as defined in subsection (4) of section XVIH may be dismissed at any time at the discretion of the appointing officer. SECTION XXII. Personnel Reports to the Director. Each appointing of- ficer shall report to the Director forthwith in writing upon any al~ pointment or employment in the serv- ice, the name of the appointee, or em- ployee, the title and character of his office or employment, the date of commencement of service by virtue thereof, and the salary or compensa- tion thereof, and shall report from time to time, and, upon the date of the official action in, or knowledge of each case, any separation of a per- son from the service or any promotion. reduction, transfer, reinstatement or other change therein, the efficiency of his subordinates and employees. and other information, in such manner as may be prescribed by the Director. !People and Spots ;n ,he Late Newsi I LINDBERGH'S LONELY REF- UGE... Far, far from echoes of his fame are castle and island of Illiex, on north coast of by Col. new home. MODERN EVE. . With giant' apple as background in N. Y. Grand Central terminal, Edith Jersey gives away fruit, stim- ulating food chains' drive to banish state's apple surplus by placing mass buying and distribtftion methods at dis- posal of producers and agri- cultural officials. : DI MAG IN BAG... Joe Di Maggie, slugging .young out- fielder, at last was lured into New York Yankee 'fold on original $25:000 contract of- fered, desp, te demands for $40,000. He's shown perspir. mg after rigors of belated training workout furnished any persofi with any special and the rules and regulations adopted or secret information for the purpose by the Commission. of either improving or injuring the SECTION XXIII. Salary Warrants.. prospects or chances of any person so and Payments. examined, registered or certified, be. (1) Neither the auditor of State nor ing appointed, employed or promoted, other fiscal officer of this State, shah or draw, sign or Issue, or authorize the (6) Who pereonates~any other per- drawing, signing or issuing of any son, or permits or aids in any man- warrant on the treasurer or other ner any other person to personate hird or her in connection with any examina- tion or registration, or application or request to be examined or registered, or (6) ~Vhoev~r wilfully or corruptly shall appoint to a position in the classified service or dismisses, sus- pends, reduces in rank or pay any offi- cer or employee from any position in the classified service otherwise than in compliance with and in conformity to the provision of this ACt and the rules of the Civil Service Commission adopted pursuant thereto, or (7) Whoever wilfully or corruptly refuses or neglects otherwise to .com- ply with or conform to the prowmons of this Act'and the rules and regina- lions made pursuant thereto, or vio- lates any of such provisions, shall for each offense be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Any person convicted this section shall for each of- fense be punished by a fine not to ex- ceed one thou88~d dollars and any ~ublic office which such person may old, shall hy for~ of SUC]h 00nvic- tion be rendered ya~mt, and euc.~ disbursing officer of the State. nor shall the treasurer or other disbursing of- ficer of the State pay any salary or compensation to any person in the classified or unclassified service of the State, unless an estimate payroll or account for such salary or compensa- tion containing the name of every per- son to be paid shall bear the certificate of the Director of the Civil Service tkat the persons named in such esti- mate, payroll or account have been ap- pointed, employed~ reinstated or pro. meted and are i)etforming service as required by law and~the rules estab- lished hereunder and that the salary or compensation 4s wit~hin the salary or wage sehedUlSL flxe~ pursuant to law. (2) Any m~m wilfu~iy paid contrary to the provtsh~nJ of this section may .be r6eov0red t~-0m any officer or of- rdeera making ~uch appointments in contra~ntion 0t~the provisions of law ,~" of the ruled n~ade In pursuance of ~aw, or fron~ aria officer signing or ~unterei~i~ o~ auther~ing the S/gnlng or ~ com'4tersignlng of any warrant for t~eA~ayrnent of same, or Zrom the suretiso on the official bond shall be incapable of holding office for the period of five from the date of such convie- any of ~ld offlcelW, in an action in tiae district court of any county with- tton. m the State, maintained by the Di- SI~3CTION XXVIL_ Solicitation of rector of the Civil Service Commission Subscriptions, etc., by State OffJ_cers, any member thereof, or by a reel- and Employees, Prohibited. No o~ncer. meat taxpayer therein. All moneys agent, clerk or employee of this State ~r~.Overed in any action bronght'under shall, directly or mdlrectiy solicit or thm section wh~ collected shall be receive, or be in any manner\con- Paid into the State Treasury. corned in soliciting or receiving,' any ~CTION X:~l~. Actions to lqe- assessment, subscription or ..eontribu- Strain Payment, of Salaries. Any eitl- tion, or political service whether voi- aen shall have~ the right to br~ ac- [ u~tory or involuntary for any_ I~lilflc~rl tion to'restm/~ the payment ef sal~o~n I purpose whatever, .n'om. &n.~ ~z~_r, other compensation to al~__.Peroo /a~nt, clerk or employee, m tne._c.ta~.sl~~ De, pointed to Or holding an~ office or ~ fled servie4 of the State. ~very ~.,,, P ace of employment in vio~tton of the | officer, agent clerk or employee WhO ~rovisions of ~is Act and such right |has char~ O1: control in any building, hall not be limited or denied by rea- |office or room occupied for any p..urpo.se ~n of the fact that sal