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and also the oath contained in form A in the schedule hereto in addition to any other oath which may be provided by any other Act in that behalf.
16. In the case of the clerk of the Executive Council and Clerk of all clerks, stenographers and employees under him and in council to the case of any officer, clerk, stenographer or employee of oath of whom the Lieutenant Governor requires the same there shall secrecy be added to the oath at the asterisks in the form of the oath in said form A of the schedule hereto the words contained in form B in the said schedule.
to be taken
17. The clerk of the Executive Council shall take and Persons beforesubscribe the said oaths before the Lieutenant Governor or oaths are some one appointed by him to administer the same; in the case of persons residing or coming to reside at the seat of government in the province the oath shall be taken and subscribed before the clerk of the Executive Council; in other cases the oaths may be taken and subscribed before any person duly authorised to administer oaths in the province, who shall forward same to the clerk of the Executive Council.
18. All appointments to the civil service shall be made by Civil service the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the application and how made report of the commissioner; all such appointments shall be during pleasure save as is herein otherwise provided.
19. It shall be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor in Council Powers of acting to appoint any acting officer or servant of any kind who shall have all the power and authority of the person for whom he is acting.
(2) Such acting officer or servant shall act only in the absence when to have from the post of duty or during illness or other physical dis-effect ability of the person for whom he acts or in case of a vacancy of office.
20. Beyond any automatic gradations of salary which Rewards for may be fixed by regulations under this Act the Lieutenant services Governor in Council may encourage efficiency by granting for past services such advance in classification or special gratuity or increases of salary as the merits of the case call for, when exceptional ability, zeal or invention has been proved by exemplary service to the province; subject always to confirmation by the annual voting in the estimates by the Legislative Assembly.
21. Members of the civil service shall perform such duties Dutiesand exercise such authority as may be assigned and delegated
Salaries to be voted
Temporary salaries how paid
Suspension from duty
Leave of absence
by any Act of the Legislative Assembly or by the Lieutenant Governor in Council or by any head of department.
22. Every member of the civil service shall receive such salary as may be fixed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council and included in the estimates voted by the Legislature.
23. In case of the employment of officers, clerks, stenographers or employees, temporarily or on probation, their salaries shall be paid out of the Legislative appropriation made for the administration of any Act of the Legislature to which such salaries should be charged; or out of the general expense of the department to which they are attached.
24. Unless otherwise ordered by the Lieutenant Governor in Council upon the recommendation of the commissioner no allowance or compensation shall be made for any extra services whatsoever which any member of the civil service may be required to perform.
25. The head of a department may suspend from the performance of duty or from the receipt of salary any member of the civil service guilty of improper conduct or negligence in the performance of duty and may subsequently remove such suspension; but no person shall receive any salary or pay for the time during which he was under suspension unless the same is authorised by Order in Council.
26. Any application for increase of salary made by any member of the civil service or by any other person on his behalf with such member's consent and knowledge shall be considered as a tendering of the resignation of such member.
27. The deputy head of any department may at such times as may be convenient grant to each member of the service in his department leave of absence for recreation with full pay for any period not exceeding three weeks in any year; and the head of the department may upon the recommendation of the commissioner in the case of illness or other pressing necessity grant such extended leave not exceeding twelve months and on such terms as the Lieutenant Governor in Council may think fit.
Every provincial officer to deliver
certain property to his successor
28. Every police magistrate, justice of the peace, and every deputy head of department, officer, clerk, stenographer or employee of the province whether temporarily or permanently employed having the possession, custody or control of any books, records, documents, accounts, vouchers, reports, or
anything belonging to or relating to his office and not being private property shall, as part of the duties of his office, give up possession and deliver the same to his successor in office or to any person appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council to demand and receive the same; and every such person refusing or neglecting to deliver up the same shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars, to be recovered before a justice of the peace in a summary manner, and in default of payment by distress or imprisonment for any term not exceeding twelve months.
29. The Lieutenant Governor in Council may from time Lieutenant to time make such rules and regulations not inconsistent with may make this Act as may be deemed advisable for all or any of the following purposes:
(a) For prescribing the duties of the civil service com-
(b) For defining and establishing of offices or branches
(c) For prescribing the hours of service, the duties and
(d) For prescribing and fixing the status, authority
(e) For prescribing the conditions of employment of
(f) For fixing and prescribing vacations for members of
(g) For prescribing and completing any other arrangement that may be found necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Act.
30. The Public Service Act is hereby repealed.
OATH OF OFFICE.
I, A. B., do solemnly and sincerely swear that I will faithfully and honestly fulfil the duties which devolve upon me as and that I will not ask or receive any sum of money, services, recompense or matter or thing whatsoever, directly or indirectly, in return for what I have done or may do in the discharge of any of the duties of my said office, except my salary or what may be allowed me by law or by an order of the Lieutenant Governor in Council. *** So help me God.
ADDITION TO OATH FOR CLERK OF EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
And that I will not without due authority in that behalf disclose or make known any matter or thing which comes to my knowledge by reason of my employment or (as the case may be).
An Act to amend The Public Health Act.
[Assented to December 19, 1913.]
HIS Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan enacts as follows:
1. Section 16 of The Public Health Act is hereby amended Section 16by adding thereto the following subsection:
"(2) The commissioner, board of health or officer who has New subso taken possession of the building shall before restoring it Disinfection to the owner cleanse, disinfect and put it in the same state of repair as it was in when possession was taken and shall give notice to the owner that this has been done; a reasonable sum for the use of the premises shall be paid to the owner and the expenses thus incurred together with the cost of cleansing, disinfection and repair shall be paid by the municipality."
2. The said Act is further amended by inserting between sections 20 and 21 the following subheading:
“WATERWORKS, SEWERAGE AND SEWAGE DISPOSAL."
3. Section 21 of the said Act is amended by striking out the Section 21. word "and" in the eighth line and by striking out the word "of" where it first occurs in the ninth line and substituting therefor the words "engineer's reports and estimates and all information and data in connection with."
4. The first subsection of section 22 is repealed and the Section 22: following substituted therefor:
"22. When the construction, alteration or extension of New seca common sewer or system of public sewerage or sewage disposal is contemplated by the municipal council of any municipality or by any person or body corporate, such council, person or body corporate shall submit to the commissioner all plans, specifications, engineer's reports and estimates, and all information and data in connection with the construction, alteration or extension of such common sewer or system of sewerage and in connection with the purification and disposal of the sewage, verified by affidavit stating that the plans and specifi