THE RULES OF THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE
GOVERNING THE EXAMINATION FOR ENTRY
TO THE WARDER SERVICE IN PRISONS(ORDER OF THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE NO. 11,
DATED DECEMBER 7, 1912)Article 1. No person shall be appointed as a warder
unless he has passed the examination; provided that this
provision shall not apply to the following persons if they
are within the provisions of sub-divisions 1 and 3 of Article
Article 2. No person shall take the examination
unless he has all the following qualifications;
|(1) a person who has been an official appointed by
the chief supervising official.|
|(2) a person who proves that he was a warder for
three years or more.|
|(3) a graduate from a school for prison study or
a school for the study of prisons and police.|
|(1) a person who is not less than twenty-five
years of age nor more than forty.|
|(2) a graduate from a primary or a higher school.|
|(3) a person who is not less than four feet five
inches in height, is physically complete and
sound and is suffering from no infectious
Article 3. The following persons shall be debarred
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Book title: Laws, Ordinances, Regulations and Rules Relating to the Judicial Administration of the Republic of China.
Contributors: Joseph En-Pao Wang - Editor.
Publisher: University Publications of America.
Place of publication: Arlington, VA.
Publication year: 1976.
Page number: 84.
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