Executive Order 1060

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The Executive Order of December 1, 1908, in regard to the admission of deaf-mutes to Civil Service examinations is amended to read as follows:

Deaf-mutes may be admitted to examinations for all places in the classified civil service of the United States whose duties in the opinion of the heads of the several Executive Departments they may be considered capable of performing, and each department will furnish to the Civil Service Commission a list of such positions, which list shall not be changed without previous notice to the Commission and in accordance with which the Commission shall certify or withhold from certification deaf-mutes as they are reached in their order.
Signature of William Howard Taft
Wm. H. Taft.

The White House,

April 7, 1909.


For a list of the positions which all the departments reported, see the 26th Annual Report of the United States Civil Service Commission, page 40.

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