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AMENDMENT OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES. Special Indian Rule No. 1 is hereby amended by adding to the places excepted from examination therein the following: Kindergarten teachers, to be employed as such, not exceeding twenty in number. Approved, June 21, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENT OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES. Special Customs Rule No. 1 is hereby amended by adding to the places excepted from examination therein the following:

In the customs district of Boston, office of the collector: One superintendent of warehouses.

In the customs district of Philadelphia, office of the collector: Five chiefs of division. Approved, June 21, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENTS OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 9, 1894.

DEPARTMENTAL RULE II. Departmental Rule II, clause 3 (), is hereby amended by adding at the end thereof the following words:

Except in the Department of Agriculture the chiefs of the following divisions: Entomology and economic ornithology and mammalogy.

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTAL RULE NO. 1. Special Departmental Rule No. 1 is hereby amended by dropping from among the places therein excepted from examination the following:

In the Department of Agriculture, office of the Secretary, the assistant chiefs of the following divisions: Of entomology and of economic ornithology and mammalogy. Approved:

GROVER CLEVELAND.

CIVIL SERVICE.—AMENDMENT OF CLASSIFICATION OF THE DEPARTMENT

OF THE INTERIOR.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 25, 1894. In the exercise of the power vested in the President by the third paiagraph of section 6 of the act entitled "An act to regulate and improve the civil service of the United States," approved January 16, 1883, I hereby direct the Secretary of the Interior to revise the classification of the Department of the Interior so as to include therein the chief clerk and the assistant chief clerk at the Indian warehouse at New York. Approved:

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENT OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES. Special Departmental Rule No. 1 is hereby amended by adding to the places therein excepted from examination in the Department of the Treasury the following:

In the Bureau of Statistics: One expert in mechanical designs and in diagramming commercial and financial facts. Approved, November 2, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

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DEPARTMENTAL RULE II. Departmental Rule II, clause 3 (S), is hereby amended by adding at the end thereof the following words: "and of pomology;" so that as amended the paragraph will read:

(f) Chiefs of divisions, except in the Department of Agriculture the chiefs of the following divisions: Entomology, economic ornithology and mammalogy, and of pomology.

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTAL RULE NO. 1. Special Departmental Rule No. 1 is hereby amended by dropping from among the places therein excepted from examination the following:

In the Department of Agriculture, office of the Secretary: The assistant chief of the division of pomology. Approved, November 2, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENTS OF Civil-Service RULES.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, November 2, 1894.

INDIAN RULE IV

Section 6 of Indian Rule IV is hereby amended by inserting the following proviso at the end of the first sentence:

Provided, That the certificates of graduation of the Indian graduates of the normal classes at Santa Fe, N. Mex.; Salem, Oreg.; Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.; Carlisle, Pa., and Hampton, Va., may be accepted by the Commission as the basis of certification in lieu of the examination herein provided.

As amended the section will read: 6. Upon the nomination by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, through the Secretary of the Interior, of an Indian for appointment as assistant teacher, the Commission shall give such Indian noncompetitive examination, under General Rule III, section 2, clause (h), upon passing which at the required grade he shall be certi. fied and appointed for the probationary period provided for in section 3 of this rule, at the end of which period he shall be absolutely appointed or discharged from the service in accordance with the provisions of said section: Provided, That the cer. tificates of graduation of the Indian graduates of the normal classes at Santa Fe, N. Mex.; Salem, Oreg.; Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.; Carlisle, Pa., and Hampcon, Va., may be accepted by the Commission as the basis of certification in lieu of the examination herein provided for. Any Indian appointed assistant teacher as herein provided may at any time after absolute appointment be appointed teacher upon the certification of the Commission that he has passed the teacher examination.

SPECIAL, INDIAN RULE NO. I. Special Indian Rule No. 1 is hereby amended by inserting after the words “New Mexico” in line 3 the words “also one normal teacher each at the Salem (Oreg.) school and the Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.” As amended the rule will read:

Exceptions from examination are hereby made as follows: One superintendent and the necessary teachers, not exceeding four in number, for the organization and equipment of one normal school to be established at Santa Fe, N. Mex.; also one normal teacher each at the Salem (Oreg.) school and the Haskell Institute, Law. rence, Kans.; this rule to expire by limitation six months after the date of its approval. Approved:

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENTS OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES.

Postal Rule II is hereby amended by striking out all of section 5 and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

5. Exceptions from examination in the classified postal service are hereby made as follows:

(a) Assistant postmaster or the chief assistant to the postmaster, by whatever designation known.

(6) One secretary to the postmaster, when authorized by law and allowed by the Post-Office Department.

(c) Cashier, when authorized by law and employed under that roster title.

(d) Assistant cashier, when authorized by law and employed under that roster title.

(e) Superintendents of station or branch post-offices at which letter carriers are employed.

(5) Printers and pressmen, when authorized by law and allowed by the Post-Office Department and employed as such.

6. No person appointed to a place under any exception made by any postal rule shall be transferred to any other place not also excepted from examination.

Postal Rule IV is hereby amended by inserting after the word "manner,'' in section 1, line 3, the following:

Provided, That superintendents of mail shall be selected from among the employees of the railway mail service or of the mailing division of the post-office at which they are respectively to serve.

Postal Rule VIII is hereby amended as follows:

In clause (a), line 2, after the word "by," insert the word "any," and in the sanie line strike out “II, clause 5." Approved, November 2, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENT OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, November 2, 1894. Departmental Rule VII, clause 1, is hereby amended by inserting at the end of line 6 the following:

Vacancies in places authorized to be filled by noncompetitive examination may be filled without examination for a period not exceeding thirty days, until a regular appointment can be made upon certification made by the Commission.

Every such appointment and the reasons therefor shall be at once reported to the Commission. Approved:

GROVER CLEVELAND.

CIVIL SERVICE.—AMENDMENT OF CLASSIFICATION. In pursuance of the authority contained in the third paragraph of section 6 of the act entitled "An act to regulate and improve the civil service of the United States," approved January 16, 1883, the heads of the several Executive Departments are hereby directed to amend their several classifications so as to include among the employees classified thereunder messengers, assistant messengers, and watchmen. Approved, November 2, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

CIVIL SERVICE.-_AMENDMENT OF CLASSIFICATION. In pursuance of the authority contained in the third paragraph of section 6 of the act entitled “An act to regulate and improve the civil service of the United States," approved January 16, 1883, the Postmaster-General is hereby directed to amend the classification of the PostOffice Department so as to include among the classes covered thereby clerks to post-office inspectors. Approved, November 2, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENTS OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES.

GENERAL RULE III. General Rule III is hereby amended by striking out clause (6) of section 2 and relettering the remaining clauses of the section accordingly.

DEPARTMENTAL RULES. Departmental Rule II is hereby amended as follows:

In section 4, line 1, strike out the word "hereby," and insert after the word “made," at the end of the line, the words “by any departmental rule;” in line 2, after the word “shall,” strike out the words "within one year after appointment;" substitute a period for the semicolon in

line 3 and strike out the remainder of the section. As amended the section will read:

4. No person appointed to a place under the exceptions to examination made by any departmental rule shall be transferred from such place to a place not also excepted from examination.

Departmental Rule XI is hereby amended as follows:

In clause (a), line 2, insert the word “any” before the word “departmental,” and strike out in line 3 all after the word "rule.

RAILWAY MAIL RULES. Railway Mail Rule II is hereby amended as follows:

In section 6, line 2, after the word “shall,'' strike out the words "within one year after appointment;" substitute a period for the semicolon in line 3 and strike out the remainder of the section. As amended the section will read:

6. No person appointed to a place under any exception to examination hereby made shall be transferred to another place not also excepted from examination. Approved, November 2, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENTS OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES. Customs Rule I is hereby amended as follows:

In section 2, line 2, strike out the word “fifty" and insert in lieu thereof the word “twenty.”

Customs Rule II is hereby amended as follows:

In section 6, line 1, strike out the word “hereby," and after the word “made," at the end of the line, insert the words “by any customs rule;" in line 2, after the word “shall," strike out the words “within one year after appointment;' substitute a period for the semicolon in line 3 and strike out the remainder of the section. As amended the clause will read:

No person appointed to a place under any exception to examination made by any customs rule shall be transferred from such place to another place not also excepted from examination.

Customs Rule VIII is hereby amended as follows:

In clause (a), line 2, after the word “by," insert the word "any," and in the same line strike out“ II, clause 5.". Approved, November 2, 1894.

GROVER CLEVELAND.

AMENDMENTS OF CIVIL-SERVICE RULES.

DEPARTMENTAL RULE VII. Departmental Rule VII is hereby amended by adding to the first paragraph of section i the following proviso:

Provided further, That sea post clerks in the Post-Office Department shall be appointed by transfer from the classified railway mail service or the classified postal

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