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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-497

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CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES 495 mmarried but they can marry after six months' service The organisation is as follows 824 Assistants of Excise ο £50 £1 10s to £65 actually employed 3f 28 per day in Divisions and 3s per day in Eides averaging £30 per year 315 Collectors' Clerks £100 rising by £15 £ £ Examiners £ £100-£125 990 Officers 2nd Class £11 £140 368 Officers 1st Class £155-£ 20 399 Supervisors in classes £2 tors and Collectors in classes £380-£ Chief Inspector £ 000 Offi £40 £ spectively Promotion up to the rank of Officer 1st Class inclusive is by seniority beyond that by examination and seniority combined Collectors' clerks are appointed on ap- plication from Assistants The Laboratory competitive examination is held annually among the Assistants for about eight Scholarships tenable for two years in the Chemical Laboratory Somerset House During the two years the selected officers receive their full pay and grant of £10 for the purchase of books the best have prospect of future appointment in the Laboratory as permanent Analysts of whom receive £130 rising by £15 annually to £300 £350-£20-£500 £550-£650 £1 000 Lower Division Clerkships -The Lower Division Clerkships of the Inland Revenue Department nearly all £95-£250 are now filled by Examinations open to Assistants and other Officers of Excise of over two years' service and it is provided that there shall be no loss of salary on transfer to one of these Clerkships This arrangement may be modified by the changes in the Lower Division now in progress yorships of Taxes -These Appointments are made Division Cle Lower
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