First report of the Civil Service Commission with appendices: Z1-1880/4-1E-PDF
"The Committee have had before them a Report dated 14th June, 1880, from the Sub-Committee of the Privy Council who were charged with the duty of reporting upon the expediency of a renewed enquiry into the organization of the Civil Service." -- p. 9.
|Department/Agency||Privy Council Office. Royal Commission to Inquire into the Organization of the Civil Service Commission.|
|Title||First report of the Civil Service Commission with appendices|
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|Note||Historical publication digitized by the Privy Council Office of Canada. Chairman: Donald McInnes; commissioners: Edmond J. Barbeau, Alfred Brunel, William White, John Tilton and William R. Mingaye. "44 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 113.) A. 1881." "Presented to both House of Parliament by Command of His Excellency."|
|Number of Pages||554 p.|
|Subject Terms||Commissions of inquiry, Public service, Work organization|
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