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passed and that failed, and the legal residence, during the year ended June 30, 1893.
Pass- Fail. ed. ed.
Fail. Pass. Fail. Pass. Fail. Pass. Fail.
No examinations for promotion were held in the War Department, the only Department to which the rules of the Civil Service Commission for such examinations apply, during the year.
Note.—The promotion regulations in the War Department were revoked December 11, 1893.
TABLE 9.—Showing the number examined for the classified customs service, the number
that passed and that failed, the average age, and education, during the year ended June 30, 1893.
* Two eligibles and one ineligible were females.
| Seven competitors took supplementary examination in stenography and typewriting, of whom one passed and six failed.
* One competitor for promotion under Rulo V., paragraph 1, clause (e) passed.
TABLE 10.-Showing the number examined for promotion in the New York custom-house,
the grade for which examinations were held, the number that passed and that failed, during the year ended June 30, 1893.
Passed. Failed. Passed. Failed. Passed. Failed. Passed. Failed.