Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 378
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Classification CS. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION-Continued
Treasury Department. Report of Board of Civil Service Examiners for
Treasury Department to Advisory Board, on operation of "Rules
and regulations for improvement of civil service" in Treasury
Department. 1873. [Also reprinted in CS1.2:T713.]
Treasury Department. Questions used in 28 civil service examinations
in Treasury Department, June 5, 1872-Jan. 31, 1873. 1873. *
[Also reprinted in CS1.2:T713.]
Treasury Department. Civil-service reform in Treasury Department,
embracing: 1, Rules and regulations for improvement of civil
service; 2, Report of Board of Examiners to Advisory Board; 3,
Questions used in examinations. 1873.
Veteran preference [in appointment to civil offices under United States
Government]. June, 1908. (Form 1481.)
Bulletins [giving information in regard to examinations]
[No numbered series issued.]
Circular letters (miscellaneous, unnumbered)
[Many Circular letters and unnumbered circulars have been issued, but none of sufficient
importance to be entered here.]
Instructions and information for applicants: and
for boards of examiners
See also, for Instructions to applicants, lst-13th districts, CS1.9:CS1.21:
Census, 13th. Announcement of examination [Oct. 23, 1909], and information
concerning appointments in 13th decennial census.
[1909.] [Issued jointly with Commerce and Labor Department.]
Customs service. Instructions to applicants for classified customs service.
Mar. 1895. f (Form 67.)
Same. July, 1895. f (Form 117.)
Customs service. Instructions to applicants for custom-house branch of
classified service. July, 1902. (Form 117.)
Same, except at New York, N. Y. May, 1903. (Form 117.)
Same, except for 1st, 2d, and 3d civil service districts, headquarters
Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, respectively. Jan. 1904.
Engineer Department at Large. [Information and instruction of local
boards of examiners and applicants for appointment in Engineer
Department at Large.] [June 4, 1902, amended 1905.] 12
[First print accompanied Engineer Department Circular 14, 1902,
which is not listed in this Checklist but is classed in Public Documents
Library as W7.4:90214.]
Examiners. Instructions to nominating and appointing officers and
local boards of examiners at classified post-offices, classified
custom-houses, and classified internal revenue offices. July,
1895. (Form 131.)
Examiners. Instructions to local boards of examiners, and information
for nominating and appointing officers. Mar. 1900. (Form 131.)
Same. Aug. 1903. (Form 131.)
Examiners. Instructions to boards of examiners and information for
nominating and appointing officers. Jan. 1905. (Form 131.)
Examiners. Information for boards of examiners concerning applications,
examinations, and appointments. June 1, 1909. (Form
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