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The New Campaign Finance Sourcebook - Page 9
by Anthony Corrado, Thomas E. Mann, Daniel R. Ortiz, Trevor Potter - 2006 - 292 pages
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The Defeat of the Republicans in 1882

Annalee Shortridge - 1923 - 154 pages
...Economy ажГТУГ^ОГе History of the united States. (Ill Vole. Chicago 1881,1883, "рр. 154. from requesting, giving to or receiving from any other...employee of the government any money or property or thing of value for political purposes« Any such officer or employee who shall offend against the provision...
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 16

Law - 1883
...employees of the United States not appointed by the president, with the advice and consent of the senate, from requesting, giving to, or receiving from any...or property or other thing of value for political purposes," is a valid exercise of the power of Congress to promote efficiency and integrity in the...
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Annual Report of the United States Civil Service Commission

United States Civil Service Commission - Civil service - 1910
...officers and employees not appointed by the President, with the approval of the Senate, from "giving or receiving from any other officer or employee of...or property, or other thing of value, for political purposes." Penalty — dismissal from the public service and fine of $500. See also section 11 of the...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of the ..., Book 27

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1885
...6. That all executive officers or employes of the United States not appointed by the President, with R`ΗBMs '蔲p #2 x Z O 3 $5 s M '0 "Ջܺ^ 人 0lx$? Yy l a ω IՍ s $ L̫ rg 8? 8 2 s Ǧ f employe of the Government, any money or property or other thing of value, for political purposes; and...
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Politics and Administration: Woodrow Wilson and American Public Administration

Rabin - Political Science - 1984 - 344 pages
...that all executive officers or employees of the United States not appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate, are prohibited...officer or employee of the government, any money, property, or other thing of value for political purposes (Ex Parte Curtis, 1 882). The act was challenged...
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Handbook of Bureaucracy

Ali Farazmand - Political Science - 1994 - 720 pages
...an 1876 act that prohibited all members of the executive branch who had received Senate confirmation from "requesting, giving to, or receiving from, any...or property or other thing of value for political purposes." Punishment was a misdemeanor and a fine not to exceed $500. Curtis was a federal employee...
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The Waite Court: Justices, Rulings, and Legacy

D. Grier Stephenson - Law - 2003 - 349 pages
...federal employees (except those appointed by the president with the advice and consent of the Senate) from "requesting, giving to or receiving from" any...or property or other thing of value, for political purposes." Enacted in the twilight of the era of the spoils system, before creation of the protections...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1923
..."that all executive officers or employees of the United States not appointed by the President * * * are prohibited from requesting, giving to, or receiving...or property or other thing of value for political purposes," held constitutional. Ex parte Curtis, 106 US 371. Section 9.— POWERS DENIED TO CONGRESS....
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1901
...appointed by the President, with the advice n" and consent of the Senate, are prohibited from requesting. 1 giving to, or receiving from, any other officer or...or property or other thing of value for political purposes: and any such officer or employee, who .shall offend against the provisions of this section...
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New York State Service, Volume 6

New York (State). Dept. of Civil Service - Civil service - 1889
..."that all executive officers or employes of the United States not appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate, are prohibited...giving to, or receiving from, any other officer or employe of the government, any money or property, or other thing of value for political purposes; and...
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