Executive Order 94

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Amendment to Rule V.

Amend Rule V, section 4, prescribing age limitations for the classified service, by striking out the table after the tenth line and substituting therefor the following:

Minimum. Maximum.
Departmental Service:
Page, messenger boy, apprentice, or student
14 20
Printer's assistant and messenger
18 No limit.
Positions in Railway Mail Service
18 35
Internes and hospital stewards in the Marine-Hospital Service, and acting second assistant engineer in the Revenue-Cutter Service
21 30
Cadet in the Revenue-Cutter Service, and aid in the Coast and Geodetic Survey
18 25
Surfmen in the Life-Saving Service
18 45
Superintendent, physician, supervisor, day-school inspector, and disciplinarian in the Indian Service; inspector and assistant inspector of hulls, and inspector and assistant inspector of boilers in the Steamboat-Inspection Service
25 55
All other positions
20 No limit.
(The age limitation shall not apply in the case of the wife of the superintendent of an Indian school who applies for examination for the position of teacher or matron.)
Custom-House Service:
All positions
20 No limit.
Post-Office Service:
Letter carrier
21 40
All other positions
18 No limit.
Government Printing Service:
All positions (male)
21 No limit.
All positions (female)
18 No limit.
Internal-Revenue Service:
All positions
21 No limit.


Signature of Grover Cleveland
Grover Cleveland.

Executive Mansion,

January 2, 1897.

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