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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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RUSSIAN MILITARY SERVICE. P. v., Сн. xiv.

has not another son who has reached the age of 16 nor one who
is already in actual military service—either because he has
drawn a lot, or because he is serving as a volunteer—who will
complete his term of military service during the next year.

(ii.) A man who by age follows immediately after a brother
who died during actual military service, or who disappeared
during war.

(г) Exemption of the fourth class refers to :—

(i.) A man whose age follows immediately after a brother
who is already in actual military service—either because he
has drawn a lot, or because he is serving as a volunteer—who
will not complete his term of service during the next year.

(iii.) A man who does not come under the benefit of the
exemption of the preceding classes in consequence of another
member of his family who has reached the age of 16, or who
is already in actual military service—either because he has
drawn a lot, or because he is serving as a volunteer—who will
complete his term of military service during the next year.

When the recruits are called in, the authorities begin by enrolling
those men who are not entitled to any exemption, and if these do not
afford the number required annually in each province, then those men
are taken who are entitled to the fourth class of exemption—then,
those of the third class, then those of the second class if the military
strength is still insufficient. Those men who belong to the first class
of exemption can only be called upon for actual service by special
authorisation from His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor.

4. Exemption is granted on account of circumstances of an
economic nature.—A postponement of military service of not more
than 2 years, is granted to men who are managing their real property,
or commercial, or industrial firms. A postponement of from 3 to
6 years is granted to persons who change their abode to the province
of Transbaikalia, Kamtchatka, Turkestan of the Amur, Tobolsk,
Tomsk, Eniseisk and Irkutsk.

5. Exemption is granted in accordance with the standard of
education.—Men who receive their education at a " Middle" school may
postpone their actual military service until after the completion of
their 24th year.

Men who receive their education at a "High" school, which
requires a training of 4 years, may postpone their military service
until they complete their 27th year.

Men who receive their education at a "High" school, which
requires a training of 5 years, may postpone their military service
until they complete their 28th year ; or they may have studied
in Greek Orthodox Seminaries, or at the Roman Catholic academies,
or at the Armenian Gregorian Ecclesiastical Academy at Etchmiadsin,
or in the " High" school of the Imperial Academy of Arts.

Men who are sent abroad to complete their education at the
expense of the Government in order to enter upon an academic career,

§1157.

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