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TABLE 12.-Summary of preceding tables, showing, for all grades of competitors in all branches of the classified, civil service, the number examined,
the number that passed and that failed, the average age and education, and the per cent of those examined that passed during the year ended Juno
Superintendent of station
Civil engineer and architect..
Pressman (plate printer)
*The candidates examined for transfer from one Department to another under the provisions of Rule VIII, section 1, clause (a), and for promotion under Rule IX, section 1, clause (b), are not required to file applications, and do not, therefore, furnish statistics in regard to education and age. Such statistics were furnished by the candidates with the applications filed by them when they took their examinations for original entry to the service, and have, therefore, been heretofore reported.
TABLE 12.--Summary of preceeding tables, showing, for all grades of competitors in all branches of the classified civil service, etc.—Continued.
NOTE.-Attention is called to the fact that there was a very considerable falling off in the number of persons examined during the year for the departmental and the railway mail service and a corresponding increase in the number examined for the customs and the postal service (in the 53 offices classified under the old rules prior to January 1, 1893).
The aggregate of persons examined for the year shows an increase of 5,378, which is more than made up in the examinations held at the 557 newly classified post-offices. The aggregate of persons examined in all branches of the service, exclusive of the newly classified post-offices, shows a falling off of 403. The falling off in the dopartmental and the railway mail service is, doubtless, mainly due to the cancellation of a large number of examinations of the spring routes.
TABLE 13.-Showing, by States and Territories, the names of those appointed in the classified departmental service, charged to the general apportionment,
during the year ended June 30, 1893.
(Explanation: Where the name is in italics it indicates that the person was appointed as a substitute. The date given in the footnote is the date when the person was
advanced to a regular place.)