ORDINANCE NO. 19, PROMULGATED ON OCTOBER 18TH, 1917)
Article 1. The examinations for admisson to the bar and for entry to the judiciary may be given together.
Article 2. The examination for admission to the bar onsists of a preliminary examination and a final examination.
No person shall take the final examination unless be has passed the preliminary examination.
Article 3. The chairman of the Commission for the Examination for Entry to the Judiciary and the examining, assistant examining and supervising commissioners shall also act in the same capacity in the examination for admission to the bar. The provisions governing the Commission for the Examination for Entry to the Judiciary shall also apply.
Article 4. Articles 2, 4, 9, 11, 30, 32, 33 and 34 of the Ordinance for the Examination for Entry to the Judiciary shall apply to the examination for admission to the bar.
Article 5. The first part of the first paragraph of Article 7 and the first and third paragraphs of article 10 of the Ordinance of the Examination for Entry to