Bengal police regulation 1943 [Index]

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Contents  Chapters
Police Regulations Bengal 1943
Chapter I. Organization
Chapter II. Relations with Other Departments
Chapter III. Direction and Control
Chapter IV. Privileges and General Instructions
Chapter V. Circle Inspectors
Chapter VI. The Police-Station
Chapter VII. Court Police
Chapter VIII. Railway Police
Chapter IX. Criminal Investigation Department
Chapter X. Establishments
Chapter XI. Special Armed Force
Chapter XII. Appointment, Recruitment and Promotion
Chapter XIII. Pay, Increments and Allowances
Chapter XIV. Training and Examination
Chapter XV. Leave, Postings and Transfers
Chapter XVI. Resignation, Retirement, Pension and Gratuity
Chapter XVII. Punishments and Appeals
Chapter XVIII. Reserve Office
Chapter XIX. Uniform and Clothing
Chapter XX. Arms, Ammunition and Stores
Chapter XXI. Medical Attendance and Police Hospitals
Chapter XXII. Honours, Decorations and Rewards
Chapter XXIII. Superintendent’s Office
Chapter XXIV. Accounts
Chapter XXV. Buildings and Housing
Chapter XXVI. Furniture, Forms, Stationery and Stamps

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CHAPTER I-Organisation                            [Regulations]

Interpretations ` 1
Organization 2-12

CHAPTER II-Relations with other Departments.

Relations with Commissioners and District and other Magistrates 13-23
Allegations against police officers and comments’ by courts 24 -29
Relations with courts and public prosecutors and’ Government pleaders 30 -31
Relations with panchayats and union boards and the public. 32-33 .
Relations with retired police officers 34

CHAPTER III-Direction and Control

Powers and duties 35-46
Inspections. . 47-52
Supervision of cases 53-56
Touring .. 57-64
Prosecutions. 65-67
Case diaries. 68.Police Regulations Bengal 1943
Gazettes. . 69-74
Confidential Reports 75-81

CHAPTER IV-Privileges and General Instructions.

Privileges,etc 82-98.
Defence of police officers in criminal and civil suits 99-104
Government servants.conduct rules and other general instructions 105 -120
Co-operation, conferences and meetings. 121-130
Assemblies and processions. 131-144
Employment of armed parties and use of firearms by the police during riots and disturbances 145-158
Miscellaneous instructions 159-168
General instructions relating to attendance in office, records and correspondence 169 -188

CHAPTER V-Circle Inspectors.

General duties of Circle Inspectors.
Registers and records, reports and returns.  189-200

CHAPTER VI-Police-station.[Regulation 201 t0 210 ] 

General duties of the staff. 201-242
Information. … 243-254
Investigation. 255-298
Unnatural deaths and injuries 299-314
Arrests, custody and escort.. 315-333
Inspection. … 334-335
Surveillance 336-354
Outposts and patrols. . 355-361
Rural police 362-372
Registers and records, Reports and returns 373-408
Cash Account 409-410

CHAPTER VIl-Court police

Prosecuting staff and general duties of Court Officers 411-425
Institution, preparation and prosecution of cases. 426-467
Warrants, processes and bail and recognizance bonds 468-477
Under-trial prisoners. 478-489
Registration of criminals
Fingerprints and P. R. system. … 490-521
Chemical examination of exhibits. 522-524
Court malkhana and custody of property. .. 525-529
Registers and records, reports and returns. . 530-547
Cash Account 548

CHAPTER VIlI-Railway Police.

General duties of the staff and Jurisdiction. . 549-564Police Regulations Bengal 1943
Relations with Railway officials 565-567
Co-operation with District Police 568-585
Railway police station and investigation and prosecution of cases 586-601
Accidents.. 602-603
Registers and records, reports and returns 604-610

CHAPTER IX - Criminal Investigation Departments

Functions of the department. 611-615
Control and assistance in enquiries and investigations ,and detective warrants 616-631
Criminal Intelligence Bureau. 632-634
Photographic Bureau. 635-639
Handwriting expert. 640
Foot print expert. 641
Forged notes experts 642
Finger print Bureau. 643-657


CHAPTER X-Establishments.
Police cadres 658
District Police establishments and casualty reserve and disposition of force 659-662
Mobilization contingents, 663
powers to withdraw force. 664-665
Guards for Government .Departments and private parties; Additional and Special
Police 666-676
Special Constabulary Reserve 677
Reduction arid renewal of establishment. 678-680
Detailed list of establishment 681


CHAPTER XI – Special Armed Force.
Special Armed Force and its composition 682-683
Drill and exercises 684
Emergency force 685
Duties of officers in regard to the efficiency of Special Armed Force 686
Discipline of unarmed police temporarily at headquarters 687
Rank of Sergeants for the purpose of certain Act 688
Guards and escorts 689-726
Guards of honour 727
Salute and compliments 728
Protection of His Excellency the Viceroy and His Excellency the Governor 729
Public and Private arrivals of His Excellency the Viceroy and His Excellency the
Governor and the Hon, ble Ministers 730-731
Ceremonial parades 732


CHAPTER XII-Appointment, Recruitment and Promotion.
Appointment of Assistant Superintendents 733
Registers of retired members of the Indian Police 734
Appointment of Deputy Superintendents and honorary Deputy Superintendents 735-736
Appointment and promotion of subordinate police officers and compounders 737-764
Private employment and employment in other departments or under other
Governments 765
Clerical appointments 766-769
Periodical returns of appointments in subordinate services and posts 770
Enrolment of boatmen and crews 771


CHAPTER XIII-Pay, Increments and Allowances.
General conditions of service 772-774
Pay, special pay and increments. 775-783
Passage pay and concessions 784-785
Grants for purchase and maintenance of uniform, horse and saddlery 786
Conveyance and compensatory allowances. … 787-788


CHAPTER XIV-Training and Examination.
Training at the Police Training College and in districts . 789-792
Training of Drill Instructors. 793
Training of buglers. 794
Training of mobilization contingents. 795
Musketry and revolver courses and award of prizes. 796-797
Training in “First Aid
to the Injured” and in Nursing.. 798-799
Athletic Club. 800
Departmental examination of probationary Assistant and Deputy
Superintendents 801
Acquisition and maintenance of knowledge of the vernacular. 802
Examination in oriental and tribal languages 803-804
Examination of Sub-Inspectors and Sergeants in the vernacular and of
Sub Inspectors in law and procedure and criminology 805-806
Examination of clerks in accounts and office procedure. … 807


CHAPTER XV-Leave, Postings and Transfers.
Leave how regulated 808
Limit of absentees 809
Powers to grant leave and leave procedure 810-817
Casual leave 818-819
Hospital and other leave 820-823
Leave of officers enrolled in the Auxiliary Force 824
Leave of hospital subordinates 825Police Regulations Bengal 1943
Leave of clerks 826
Miscellaneous leave rules 827-833
Authority competent to make transfers and general instructions 834-835
Periodical transfers 836-837
Joining time 838
Transfer of charge 439


CHAPTER XVI-Resignation, Retirement, Pension, and Gratuity.
Resignation and retirement- 840-844
Pension and gratuity 845-855
CHAPTER XVII-Punishments and Appeals.
General instructions and powers of punishments 856-859
Punishments of hospital staff 860
Proceedings 861
Miscellaneous rules regarding punishments and black marks 862-877
Punishment drill and confinement to quarters 878
Discipline, punishments and appeals of clerks 879
Suspension 880-881
Appellate authority and appeals 882-887
Petitions. 888-891


CHAPTER XVIlI-Reserve Office.
Reserve office. 892
Orderly room. 893
Reserve to reside in the lines. 894
Orderlies. 895
Duties of Armed Inspectors and Sergeants .. 896-898
Miscellaneous rules. 899-904
Registers and records, reports and returns 905-926
Motor vehicles for the conveyance of the police on duty 926A


CHAPTER XIX-Uniform and Clothing
Uniform of officers of the Indian Police. 927-928
Wearing of medals and decorations. 929
Officers employed on same duty, how to be dressed. 930
Wearing of uniform at fancy dress balls. 931
Public mourning-wearing of bands at memorial services. … 932
Uniform of officers of the Bengal Police Service 933
Wearing of uniform by retired officers 934
Uniform of subordinate police officers and others 935-953
Supply and maintenance of kits. 954-968
Appointment of contractors, indents for clothing, clothing accounts and kit
inspections, etc. 969-982


CHAPTER XX-Arms, Ammunition, and Stores.
Definition of ordance stores and scale of arms and and ammunition and responsibility of
Superintendents. 983-986
General instructions regarding indents for ordance stores-987-994
Custody and care of arms and ammunition. . 995-998
Account or arms and ammunition 999-1000
Inspection and cleaning of arms 1001-1002
Armourers 1003-1004
Miscellaneous instructions 1005-1011
Revolver and revolvar ammunition. 1012-1014
Deposit or small arms and ammunition by officers proceeding on leave in police
armoury 1015
Accoutrements. 1016-1019
Camp equipage 1020-1022
Padlocks 1023
Statement showing strength and armament of the force 1024
Return of expenditure on stores purchased in India 1025


CHAPTER XXI-Medical Attendance and Police Hospitals.
Medical aid and physical fitness of police officers 1026-1027
Admission into Police and Railway Hospital. … 1028-1032
Diet and diet sarkar 1033-1034
Preventive measures against malaria. 1035


CHAPTER XXII-Honours, Decorations and Rewards.
Honours and decorations 1036-1045
Replacement of lost medals 1046
Rewards and good service marks. 1047-1063
Honoraria. 1064


CHAPTER XXIII-Superintendent’s Office.
Office staff, office hours and holidays. 1065-1068
Office procedure and routine; registers and records; reports and returns 1069-1103
Office work connected with crime and other matters. … 1104-1131


CHAPTER XXIV-Accounts.
Authoritative rules for keeping accounts .. 1132
Cash and cash accounts 1133-1144
Security deposits. 1145
Budget estimate and budget control 1146-1149
Contigencies and contigent registers and bills 1150-1181
Pay bills, acquittance rolls and distribution of Pay 1182-1213
Travelling allowance and travelling allowance bills 1214-1238
Advances and recoveries 1239-1246


CHAPTER XXV-Buildings and Housing.
General instructions. 1247-1251
Communications and Works Departments buildings 1252-1258
Departmental buildings. 1259-1270
Miscellaneous 1271-1278

CHAPTER XXVI-Furniture, Forms, Stationery and Stamps.

Scale of furniture and stores. 1279
Stock book 1280
Forms 1281-1285
Stationery, typewriters and duplicators. 1286-1288
Service stamps. 1289
Issue of forms, stationery and service stamps. … 1290

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Police Regulation for criminal Investigation[ extract from PRB]

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Read Police Regulations, Bengal – 1943 [Full]

  1. Interpretations. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    1A.
  2. General Police District.
  3. Limitation of application.
  4. Administrative areas. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  5. Subordinate posts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  6. Branches of the Bengal Police.
  7. Administration. Gazetted Officers.
  8. Rank of police officers.
  9. Criminal Investigation Department, Police Training College and Inspector-General’s staff. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  10. Alterations in areas. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  11. Establishment of subordinate posts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  12. Organisation of District Police Force.
  13. Position of Commissioners.
  14. Relations between Range Deputy Inspectors-General and Commissioners and District Magistrates. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  15. Relations between Superintendent and District Magistrate.
  16. Superintendent to be in close touch with District Magistrate.
  17. Correspondence between Superintendent and District Magistrate.
  18. Magistrate’s orders to pass through Superintendent.
  19. Inspection by District. Magistrate.
  20. District Magistrate and transfers of police officers.
  21. Relations between subordinate Magistrate and the police.
  22. Relations between Sub-divisional Magistrate and the police.
  23. Relations between Sub-divisional Police Officer and Sub-divisional Magistrate. §. 12, Act V, 1861.
  24. Procedure when an allegation is made against a police officer in a complaint or first information.
  25. Allegations against police made otherwise than in complaints, first informations or comments by Courts.
  26. Comments by Magistrates trying cases.
  27. Comments by Courts and Magistrates to be communicated to Superintendent.
  28. Action to be taken on comments in judgments of Courts.
  29. Magisterial Inquiries into allegations against police officers.
  30. Police to treat Courts and Magistrates with respect. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    30A.
  31. Relations with Public Prosecutors or Government Pleaders.
  32. Co-operation with Panchayats and Union Boards.
  33. Behaviour towards the public. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  34. Relations with retired police officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  35. Power of Inspector-General.
  36. Powers and duties of Deputy Inspector-General of Range. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  37. Powers and duties of Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  38. General control by Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  39. Duties which may be delegated to Additional Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  40. Restrictions on delegations to Additional Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  41. Matters with which Superintendents should deal personally. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  42. Cases to be investigated by Superintendent. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  43. Investigation and trial of cases after riot.
  44. Powers and functions of Assistant and Deputy Superintendents, § 12, Act V, 1861.
  45. Method of employment of Assistant and Deputy Superintendents at headquarters. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  46. Method of employment of Assistant or Deputy Superintendent as Sub-divisional Police Officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  47. Number of inspections to be made. § 12, Act V, 1881.
  48. Inspections not to follow closely. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  49. Duration of inspections. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  50. Use of statistics. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  51. Matters to be examined at inspections. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  52. Inspection notes to be brief and to the point.
  53. Important cases.
  54. Supervision of criminal investigations. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  55. Supervision by Superintendents and other officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  56. Supervising officers to give evidence; and to keep diaries. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  57. Definition of touring. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  58. Minimum number of days to be spent on tour. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  59. Horse or pony or bicycle to be kept; touring by bullock-cart. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  60. General instructions regarding tours. § 12, Act V 1861.
  61. Attendance at chaukidari parades. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  62. Tour Diary.
  63. Officer-in-charge during Superintendent’s absence. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  64. Tour programmes. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  65. Duty of Superintendents in prosecution of cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  66. Withdrawal of cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    66A.
  67. Applications for revision and appeals.
  68. Custody of case diaries. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  69. Gazettes.
  70. Contents of Police Gazette.
  71. Instructions for compiling Notices for the Police Gazette.
  72. Contents of the “Criminal Intelligence Gazette”.
  73. Instructions for compiling notices for the Criminal Intelligence Gazette.
  74. Instructions for filing Gazette.
  75. Confidential reports on superior officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    75A. Confidential reports of Superior officers.
  76. Confidential reports of subordinate police officers and character rolls of clerks. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  77. Entries in confidential report books of subordinate police officers and in character rolls of clerks. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  78. Loss of confidential report books of subordinate police officers or character rolls of clerks. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  79. Submission to Inspector-General of confidential reports on Inspectors.
  80. Confidential reports and character rolls to state whether defects already brought to notice. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  81. Communication of unfavourable remarks made in confidential reports or character rolls. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    81A.
  82. Presentation at Viceregal levees.
  83. Auxiliary Force, India, and Indian Territorial Force. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  84. Privileges of Inspectors. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  85. Privileges of Sub-Inspectors. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  86. Participation in beneficent public activities. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  87. Collection of subscriptions and invitations to pujas. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  88. Exemption from the operation of the Indian Arms Act (Act XI of 1878). § 12, Act V, 1861.
  89. Carrying of canes or sticks and use of private firearms, while on duty, prohibited. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  90. Exemption from municipal taxation on horse.
  91. Exemption from bridge, ferry and road tolls.
  92. Vessels exempted from tolls.
  93. General Provident Fund.
  94. Railway, Steamer and omnibus service warrants and passes for journeys on duty.
  95. Railway and steamer warrants for journeys on leave.
  96. Railway and steamer warrants on discharge on medical grounds.
  97. Extra departmental influence not to be solicited. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    97A.
  98. Civil suits by police officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  99. General principle to be observed. § 3, Act V, 1861.
  100. Superintendent or corresponding superior officer to be informed of criminal and civil suits. § 3, Act V, 1861.
  101. Civil suits or criminal prosecutions by or against police officers. § 3, Act V, 1861.
  102. Employment of Public Prosecutor for defence in cases brought by private parties. § 3, Act V, 1861.
  103. Acquittal or dismissal of case, when Government does not appear. § 3, Act V, 1861.
  104. Charges must be moderate. § 3, Act V, 1861.
  105. Interviews with the Deputy Inspector-General or Inspector-General. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    105A.
  106. Government Servants’ Conduct Rules.
  107. Connection with publicity agencies. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  108. Criticisms of Government policy forbidden. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  109. Borrowing and lending money. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  110. Purchase at Government auctions. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    110A. Drinking by Police Officers § 12, Act V, 1961.
  111. Holding or acquiring shares in any company.
  112. Immovable property held or acquired by police officers and clerks.
  113. Using subordinates for private purposes. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  114. Loss to Crown property.
  115. Officers not to leave district or place of posting without permission. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  116. Subordinate officers visiting district headquarters. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  117. All ranks subject to superior authority. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  118. Prevention of crime and maintenance of law and order. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  119. Standard by which officers will be judged. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  120. The reporting of crime. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  121. Police officers to assist one another. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  122. Co-operation, conferences and meetings. §12, Act V, 1861.
  123. Annual Ranges conferences. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  124. Quarterly district and circle conferences. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  125. Special co-operation meetings. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  126. Minutes of conferences and meetings. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  127. Co-operation meetings with Magistrates. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  128. Co-operation with the Calcutta Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    128A. Co-operation with bordering States.
  129. Co-operation with Excise officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  130. Inspection of poison shops.
  131. General powers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  132. Officers empowered as Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  133. Prior Information to be given of assemblies and processions. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  134. Prohibition of assembly or procession. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  135. Issue of notices under section 30(2) of the Police Act. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  136. Form of license. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  137. Directions under section 30(1) of the Police Act. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  138. Matters to be included in licenses and directions. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  139. License and directions to be in triplicate.
  140. Disobedience of notice to apply for license. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  141. Action under sections 31 and 32, Police Act. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  142. Effect of disobedience of orders under section 30A(1), Police Act. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  143. Dispersal of assembly or procession. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  144. Prosecutions. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  145. Employment of armed parties. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  146. Employment of Special Armed Forces. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  147. Employment of armed police in other emergencies for work proper to unarmed police. §12, Act V, 1861.
  148. Requisition for assistance of Eastern Frontier Rifles.
  149. Powers of officers of the Eastern Frontier Rifles for the purpose of dealing with unlawful assemblies.
  150. Ammunition served out to an armed party and use of privately owned guns. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  151. Duties of a Magistrate present with an armed party.
  152. Control of armed parties by the police officers in command. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  153. Use of firearms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  154. General rules relating to the use of firearms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  155. Orders to fire and control of firing. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  156. Action to be taken after the Police have used firearms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  157. Executive enquiry regarding use of firearms by police.
  158. Requisitioning of military aid.
  159. Directions to be followed in obtaining arrest of an absconder who has escaped to the United Kingdom, a colony or other British possession.
  160. Counterfeit coins.
  161. Movements of troops.
    161A. Movements of troops. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  162. Treatment and handling of explosive substances and objects.
  163. Command certificates. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  164. Fatigues. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  165. Fire alarms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  166. Whistle calls. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  167. Miscellaneous duties. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  168. Powers under miscellaneous Acts and Rules.
  169. Officers to attend office daily. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  170. Receipt of mail.
    170A. Pending list.
  171. Proper names to be in capitals. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  172. Spelling of proper names.
  173. Expressing time.
  174. Personal descriptions. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  175. Signatures.
  176. The usual channel of communication.
  177. Correspondence-Orders and replies to be written neatly in proper sequence.
  178. Departmental correspondence-half-margin memorandum.
  179. Language to be used in official communications.
  180. Correspondence with officials in the United Kingdom and colonies.
  181. Official and private correspondence and use of official stationery or service stamps.
  182. Parcels and book packets.
  183. “Bearing”letters and packets.
  184. Telegrams.
  185. Brevity of telegrams.
  186. Relaying telegrams.
  187. Telegrams to authorities outside India.
  188. Mode of addressing Indian gentlemen.
  189. General duties of Circle Inspectors. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  190. Circle Inspectors to be allowed an Assistant Sub-Inspector and an orderly. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  191. Circle Inspectors and diaries. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  192. Circle Inspectors daily report. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  193. Circle Inspector’s note book. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  194. Circle Inspector’s index of crime. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  195. Progress reports of Circle Inspectors. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  196. Circle Inspector to scrutinise final reports. §12, Act V, 1861.
  197. Circle Inspector’s personal diary. §12, Act V, 1861.
  198. Periodical reports and returns.
  199. Registers and records.
  200. Inspection, supervision and touring.
  201. Officer-in charge of a police-station. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  202. Transfer of charge of police-station or outpost. §12, Act V, 1861.
  203. Station house to be kept neat and clean. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  204. Occupation of inspection rooms and bungalows attached to police stations by gazetted touring officers of other departments. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  205. The station officer. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  206. Second and third officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  207. Duties of Assistant Sub-Inspectors. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  208. Duties of constables. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  209. Mufassil diary. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  210. Keeping of pony or bicycle. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  211. Verification rolls. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  212. Responsibility of the station officer for instructing subordinates and rural police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  213. Institution of cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  214. Attendance at large hats and melas. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    214A. Pocket Books.
  215. Deputation of constables to adjoining districts to learn bad characters. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  216. Deputation of Assistant Sub-Inspectors or constables to important railway or steamer stations. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  217. Persons to be specially watched. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  218. Co-operation with Railway Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  219. Officers-in-charge of district police-station to be acquainted with certain regulations concerning Railway Police. § 12, Act V,. 1861.
  220. Police officers in plain clothes to carry credentials. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  221. Station masters to receive messages to be telegraphed and to issue tickets for train journeys without prepayment of fare.
  222. Overloading of ferryboats. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  223. Registration at presses.
  224. Duties of police in respect of wandering or dangerous lunatics. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  225. Inspection of arms and ammunition shops by Sub-Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  226. Inspection, search for and seizure of stores for explosives. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  227. Wrecks. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  228. Treasure trove.
  229. Archaeology.
  230. Pillars of the Great Trigonometrical Survey.
  231. Duties under the Cattle Trespass Act.
  232. Registration of sales of cattle.
  233. Reports of epidemic diseases.
  234. Registration of births and deaths.
  235. Police to assist touring officers.
  236. Station boats. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  237. Instructions about arms and ammunition issued to police-station. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  238. Revolvers issued to police-station. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  239. Keys of the malkhana and lock-up. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  240. Custody of weapons deposited in the malkhana. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  241. Cash chests of the postal and other departments kept under the charge of station-house sentry.
  242. Instructions for the issue of telegrams by station officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  243. Recording of information under section 154, Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  244. First information to be recorded in all but certain cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  245. Cognizable offence referred by Magistrate.
  246. Despatch of First Information Report. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  247. List of stolen property to be obtained from the complainant. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  248. Heinous cases occurring outside jurisdiction. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  249. Information of an offence committed within and outside railway limits. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  250. Issue of hue-and-cry notices. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  251. Action to be taken on receipt of information regarding intestate property. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  252. Warning to owners and occupiers of land when a breach of the peace is apprehended. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  253. Forgery of currency notes. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  254. Cases in which first information not submitted. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  255. Responsibility of station officer. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  256. Investigating officer to consult connected registers before proceeding to investigate. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  257. Abstention from investigation. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  258. Investigation on the spot. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  259. Investigation outside jurisdiction. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  260. Harassment of the public to be avoided. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  261. Duration of investigation. § 12, Act V, 1861).
  262. Complaints of ill-treatment against the police by arrested persons. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  263. Case diary. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  264. Instructions for writing case diary. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  265. Recording of statements under section 161, Criminal Procedure Code.
  266. Dying declaration. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  267. Police may not decide question of lunacy. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  268. Investigation of non-cognizable cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  269. Binding down of witnesses. §12, Act V, 1861.
  270. Number of witnesses to be sent up. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  271. Information from post or telegraph office records.
  272. Chargesheets. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  273. Map or plan to accompany chargesheet in certain cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  274. Memo of evidence. §12, Act V of 1861.
  275. Final report forms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  276. Magisterial orders on final reports.
    276A. Discharge report.
  277. Revival of investigation. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  278. Communication of action taken to informant on completion of investigation.
  279. Procedure in false cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  280. Searches. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  281. Searches by State Police in British India and Police in Indian British Indian States. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  282. Identification of suspects. § 12 Act V, 1861.
  283. Verification to confession.
  284. Procedure to be followed to secure transfer of confessing prisoner from one jail to another.
  285. Interview with convicts in jails. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  286. Remission of sentence.
  287. Proceedings under sections 107 and 145, Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  288. Proceedings under section 109, Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  289. Proceedings under section 110, Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  290. Evidence in Proceedings under section 110, Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  291. Investigation of cases of collision between inland steam-vessels and between inland steam-vessels and country boats. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  292. Investigation of cases in which British soldiers are concerned.
  293. Expenses of witnesses and investigating officers incurred in the investigation of cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  294. Despatch of papers to the Examiner of Questioned Documents.
  295. Utilization of Criminal Intelligence Bureau. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  296. Utilization of Photographic Bureau and intensification of finger prints. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  297. Requisition for expert opinion and despatch of exhibit to the Chemical Examiner and other experts.
  298. Direct correspondence with the police of Orissa, Cooch Behar, Tripura and Jaipur States.
  299. Inquiries into unnatural and suspicious deaths. First information to be submitted. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  300. Powers of Assistant Sub-Inspectors and Junior Sub-Inspectors under section 174(1), Criminal Procedure Code, and duties of constables left in charge.
  301. Inquiries into unnatural or suspicious deaths by presidents or selected members of panchayats or by presidents or members of union boards and Forest Officers.
  302. Death of European Officer or soldier.
  303. Directions for investigation in cases of suspicious and unnatural deaths. §12, Act V, 1861.
  304. Corpses sent for post-mortem examination. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  305. Duties of constable in charge. §12, Act V, 1861.
  306. Post-mortem examination and report.
  307. Presence of police officer at post-mortem examination. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  308. Expenses of forwarding corpses.
  309. Carriage of dead bodies by railway to post-mortem centres without prepayment of fees.
  310. Disposal of dead bodies.
  311. Post-mortem and clinical examinations on animals. §12, Act V, 1861.
  312. Medical Examination of wounded persons. §12, Act V, 1861.
  313. Submission of finger prints of unidentified dead bodies for search. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  314. Photographing unidentified corpses. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  315. Service of warrants. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  316. Arrest without warrant. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  317. Unnecessary arrest to be avoided and bail to be allowed freely. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  318. Arrest of persons employed in public utility services.
  319. Arrest of soldier. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  320. Arrest or surrender of Army deserter. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  321. Illness of person arrested. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  322. Property of arrested persons taken charge of by police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  323. Action in cases of failure to arrest. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    323A. Register of persons arrested.
  324. Accused to be forwarded to Magistrate and application for detention in police custody.
  325. Pursuit, arrest and extradition of offenders in Indian States and Foreign Territory.
  326. Procedure to be followed to procure the attendance of persons accused of non-extraditable offences who have taken refuge in an Indian State of the Eastern States Agency.
  327. Accommodation and segregation of prisoners in lock-ups. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  328. Examination of prisoners before admission to lock-ups. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  329. Guards for lock-ups. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  330. Use of handcuffs. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  331. Guarding and escorting of persons arrested. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  332. Escort of prisoners to and from police posts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  333. Bills for prisoners’ diet and travelling expenses and cost of conveyance of stolen property, etc., sent to the Court.
  334. Memorandum of points for inspection of police-stations and out-posts.
  335. Inspection of police-stations by Civil Surgeons.
  336. Persons to be placed under surveillance. §12, Act V, 1861.
  337. Superintendent to order surveillance. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  338. Removal or addition of names for surveillance. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  339. Surveillance over unconvicted persons. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  340. Surveillance by village headman, union board, Panchayat and watchmen. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  341. Duty of police in regard to surveillance. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  342. Rules for reporting movements of bad characters.
  343. Bad Character Roll A. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  344. Bad character roll B.
    344A. Bad character roll B. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  345. Surveillance of criminals belonging to gangs. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  346. Surveillance of juvenile offenders. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  347. Report of criminal charges against ex-reformatory school boys.
  348. Surveillance over conditionally discharged or released persons and persons restrained under section 565, Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  349. Working of the rules made under section 565, Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  350. Surveillance of persons convicted under the Opium and Excise Acts.
  351. Classes of gangs to be watched. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  352. Wandering gangs.
  353. Foreign Asiatic vagrants. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  354. Action to be taken against bad characters and suspicious strangers under Sarais and Puraos Act (XXII of 1867).
  355. Outposts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  356. Town patrols. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  357. Abstract of particulars in case of accidents in streets, etc., to be supplied to parties concerned on application. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  358. Officers to go the rounds. §12, Act V, 1861.
  359. Officers going out on patrol to inspect the watch at post offices at night. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  360. Floating outposts and patrol launches. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  361. Station patrol boats. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  362. Status of the rural police.
  363. General duties of dafadars and chaukidars.
  364. Prompt reporting of crime to be insisted on.
  365. Use of the telegraph by the rural police.
  366. Payment of charges for telegrams sent by rural police.
  367. Employment of rural police outside their beats.
  368. Rural police not to be employed on menial duties. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  369. Method of holding chaukidari parades. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  370. Information to be obtained at chaukidari parades. §12, Act V, 1861.
  371. Attendance of circle and excise officers at chaukidari parades.
  372. Neglectful chaukidars to be reported for punishment.
  373. Registers and Files.
  374. General rules as to registers. §12, Act V, 1861.
  375. Record of lands and buildings.
  376. Registers of letters received and despatched.
  377. The general diary. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  378. Register of absconded offenders and escaped convicts living or having connections in the station circle. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  379. Register of property stolen and of all property and articles taken charge of by the police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  380. Khatian inspection register.
  381. List of convicts and suspects of adjoining police-stations. §12, Act V, 1861.
  382. Fine warrant register.
  383. Enquiries to be made when executing fine warrant issued under the Railways Act, 1890. §12, Act V, 1861.
  384. List of persons exempted or licensed under Arms Act.
  385. List of conditionally released convicts. §12, Act V, 1861.
  386. List approvers. §12, Act V, 1861.
  387. Minute Book.
  388. Gang record. §12, Act V, 1861.
  389. Enquiry slips. §12, Act V, 1861.
  390. Crime map. §12, Act V, 1861.
  391. Village Crime Note-Book. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  392. Village Crime Note-Book, how to be bound. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  393. Crime Register, Part I. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  394. Conviction register, Part II § 12, Act V, 1861.
  395. Information of convicts made P.R. to be sent to station police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  396. Despatch of conviction or other rolls. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  397. Action on receipt of P.R. slip. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  398. Elimination of names from conviction register. § 12, Act, V, 1861.
  399. Special Criminal Intelligence Bureau elimination list. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  400. Village History, Part III. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  401. History sheets, Part IV. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  402. Instructions for writing up history sheet. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  403. History sheets of men placed under surveillance. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  404. Enquiry note-sheet, Part IVA. § 12, Act V. 1861.
  405. Index, Part V. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  406. Responsibility of gazetted officers for Village Crime Note-Book. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  407. Periodical reports and returns.
  408. Police-station cash account.
  409. Procedure for the disposal of money realized by the police under order of Magistrate.
  410. Public Prosecutors and Court officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  411. Public Prosecutor in important cases.
  412. Statutory powers of Court Inspectors and Sub-Inspectors.
  413. Appointment of Deputy Superintendents and Court Inspectors as Public Prosecutors.
  414. Assistance of legal practitioners or other police officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  415. Duties of Court Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  416. Duties of Court Sub-Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  417. Services of a Court officer not to be requisitioned for more than one Court at one time.
  418. Employment of Sub-Inspectors holding certificates as finger print experts. § 12, Act V, 1661.
  419. Duties of Court Assistant Sub-Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  420. Court constable. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  421. Assistance to be given to Public Prosecutor. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  422. Police officer to attend Sessions Courts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  423. Court officers’ duties in connection with escorts of prisoners and treasure, etc. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  424. Assumption of charge by Court officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  425. Institution of cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  426. Prosecutions instituted by public officers.
  427. Prosecution under European Vagrancy Act.
  428. Institution of excise and opium cases.
  429. Prosecution of gang cases.
  430. Prosecution of cases under section 109 Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  431. Prosecution of cases under section 110, Criminal Procedure Code. §12, Act V, 1861.
  432. Sureties in bad-livelihood cases. §12, Act V, 1861.
  433. Complaint against and prosecution of police officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  434. Procedure in false cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  435. Procedure when base insinuations or false allegations are made against police officers in the witness box. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  436. Prosecution of railway cases.
  437. Military offenders.
  438. Charge-sheets and First Information Reports.
  439. First Information Reports and case diaries for District Magistrate.
  440. First Information Report by whom kept. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  441. Production of case diaries. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  442. Case diaries to be returned to the police-station concerned. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  443. Brief of cases § 12, Act V, 1861.
  444. Final memorandum. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  445. Procedure to be followed when a servant of the Crown is summoned by a Court to produce official documents for the purpose of giving evidence. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  446. Statement of witnesses under section 161, Criminal Procedure Code. §12, Act V, 1861.
  447. Court officers’s responsibility in connection with records. §12, Act V, 1861.
  448. Court officer responsible for orders under section 106, Code of Criminal Procedure. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  449. Court officer responsible for orders under section 565, Criminal Procedure Code. § 12, Act V, 1861J.
  450. Method of proving previous convictions in traced cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  451. Method of proving identity of accused. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  452. Criminal charges against ex-reformatory school boys. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  453. Despatch of verification rolls. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  454. Action to be taken by Court officer on receipt of verification roll. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  455. Written application to be submitted for committing cases to Sessions. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  456. Instruction to be given to Public Prosecutor in Sessions cases.
  457. Previous offence suspected. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  458. Tender of pardon to the approver. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  459. Procedure for bringing any trial to the notice of the District Magistrate. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    460A.
  460. Appeals by Government.
  461. Appeals to High Court and to Sessions.
  462. Attendance of witnesses.
  463. Certificate of attendance for servant of the Crown.
  464. Witnesses to house-search. § 12, Act V, 1861
  465. Examination of medical officers.
  466. Recording of confessions.
  467. Warrants against absconders. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  468. Instructions regarding issue of warrants.
    469A. Instructions regarding issue of warrants. §12, Act V, 1861.
  469. Return of warrant against absconder.
  470. Service of warrants and other processes.
  471. Proclamation. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  472. Form of attachment order. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  473. Confiscation of property of proclaimed offenders. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  474. Evidence under section 512, Code of Criminal Procedure. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  475. Monthly return of unexecuted processes.
  476. Bail and recognizance bonds. §12, Act V,1861.
  477. Classification of undertrial prisoners and their treatment. § 12, Act V 1861.
    478A. Segregation of female and juvenile prisoners in Court lock-ups (under section 12, Act V, of 1861.
  478. Court Police responsible for escorting undertrial prisoners from jail and guarding them in Court. § 12, Act V. 1861.
  479. Instruction for escorting undertrial prisoners to and from the Court. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  480. Production of prisoners before the Sessions Judge. § 12, Act V 1861.
  481. Search of prisoners on arrival in Court office. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  482. Jailor to be informed of the despatch of desperate characters. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  483. Search of prisoners before despatch to the jail from Court lock-up at the close of the day. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  484. Transfer of undertrial prisoners from one jail to another. §12, Act V, 1861.
  485. Segregation of approvers, confessing prisoners and others. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  486. Drinking water and food for prisoners. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  487. Removal of prisoners from lock-up. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  488. Interview with undertrial prisoners in Court.
  489. Finger Prints. – Definitions.
  490. Method of taking finger-prints.
  491. Convicts whose finger-prints are to be taken for record. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  492. Persons whose finger-prints are to be taken for search. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  493. Bureaux to which slips to be sent for search. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  494. Search slip to.be attached to finger-print slip. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  495. Finger-prints and photographs of approvers. §12, Act V, 1861.
  496. Finger-print slips of non-P.R. prisoners admitted to a lunatic asylum. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  497. Evidence of finger-print experts in districts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  498. Definition and object of the P.R. system. §12, Act V, 1861.
  499. Classification of P.R. prisoners. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  500. P.R. Slips. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  501. Finger impressions when to be taken. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  502. Finger-print slips of P.R. prisoners in railway police cases. §12, Act V, 1861.
  503. Responsibility of officer taking finger-prints. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  504. Instructions regarding finger-print slips. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  505. Number of slips required for record. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  506. Files of finger-print slips awaiting test. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  507. Testing of slips by an expert § 12, Act V, 1861.
  508. Procedure when the services of an expert are not available. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  509. Procedure regarding slips persons passing quickly out of custody. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  510. Slips to be sent to the Finger Print Bureau after period allowed for appeal. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  511. Escapes to be immediately reported to the Bureau. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  512. Jail authorities to check P. R. system.
  513. Reports of death of P.R. prisoners in jail.
  514. Jail parades. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  515. Cases traced by the Finger Print Bureau. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  516. P.R. slip as release notice. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  517. Finger-prints and photographs of non-Asiatic convicts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  518. Finger-prints of European ex-military prisoners enlisted outside India. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  519. P.R. slips from other districts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  520. Juvenile prisoner to be escorted to their homes. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  521. Chemical examination.
  522. Period of preservation of viscera.
  523. Stock and materials for preservation of viscera.
  524. Malkhana or property room.
  525. Malkhana register. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  526. Disposal of property of accused. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  527. Disposal of Counterfoil coins and exhibits in note forgery cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  528. Weapons deposit in malkhanas. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  529. Periodical reports and returns.
  530. Registers and record.
  531. Register of papers received and despatched.
  532. Daily undertrial case report. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  533. Register of unidentified persons. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  534. Appeal register. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  535. Magistrate’s general register of cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  536. Non-general register. § 12, Act V 1861.
  537. Hajat register. §12, Act V, 1861.
  538. Register of Sessions cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  539. Bail-Bond register. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  540. Conviction register. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  541. Conviction of foreign criminals in coining or note forgery cases to be reported to the Director, Intelligence Bureau.
  542. Index to conviction register.
  543. Elimination of names of deceased persons and of persons acquitted on appeal.
  544. Court khatian register (Crime return compilation sheets and instructions for filling up the different columns).
  545. Statement of serious crime.
  546. Monthly reports of the officers responsible for the upkeep of registers in the Court office.
  547. Court office cash accounts.
  548. District Police rules applicable to Railway Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  549. Railway Police jurisdiction. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  550. Crime and order Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  551. Assistance to the public and railway staff. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  552. Railway Police to watch illicit traffic and movements of suspicious characters. § 12, Act V, 1881.
  553. Persons dying within railway limits. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  554. Tickets and excess fares. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  555. Not to guard railway property or inquire into more cases of missing goods. §12, Act V, 1861.
  556. Duties of Railway Police Circle Inspectors. §12, Act V, 1861.
  557. Duties of Platform Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  558. Duties of Platform Sergeant. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  559. Train guards. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  560. Train guards to know notorious railway criminals by sight. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  561. Instructions to be observed by the Railway Police on occasions of tours of the Hon’ble Ministers of the Provincial Government and the Hon’ble Members of the Governor-General’s Executive Council. §12, Act V, 1861.
  562. Police arrangements when His Excellency the Commander in-Chief travels by railway. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  563. Complaints against Railway Police. §12, Act V, 1861.
  564. Railway Police to deter to railway officials. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  565. Interference with or by the railway staff and settlement of personal dispute between police and railway servants. §12, Act V,1861.
  566. Reports of serious offences to railway authorities.
  567. Railway Police Superintendents to be in touch with Magistrates and Superintendents of District Police. §12, Act V, 1861.
  568. Railway Police Inspector to call on Deputy Inspector-General, Magistrate, etc. §12, Act V, 1861.
  569. Railway Police Sub-Inspectors to be in touch with Sub-Inspectors of district police-stations. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  570. Inspection of railway police-stations by District Magistrates.
  571. Inspection of district police-stations by Superintendent of Railway Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  572. Mutual help to be given by Railway and District Police. § 12, Act V, 1881.
  573. District Police within railway limits. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  574. Information to be exchanged freely. §12, Act V, 1861.
  575. Cases in which aid of District Police is always to be invoked. §12, Act V, 1861.
  576. Following up of crime outside jurisdiction. §12, Act V, 1861.
  577. Arrest or recovery of property by District Police in railway cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  578. Absconders in railway cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  579. Arrangements between Railway and District Police about surveillance. §12, Act V, 1861.
  580. Domiciliary visits. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  581. List of criminals. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  582. History sheets. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  583. Exchange of constables. §12, Act V, 1861.
  584. Minute books.
  585. Railway police-station. §12, Act V, 1861.
  586. Circle Inspector and station Sub-Inspector of the Special Police district to exercise the powers of an officer-in-charge of a district police-station.
  587. All cognizable crime to be investigated. §12, Act V, 1861.
  588. Cognizable cases.
  589. Cases under section 101, Indian Railways Act.
  590. Procedure for dealing with persons arrested under section 113-132 of the Indian Railways Act.
  591. Non-cognizable cases.
  592. Arrest of railway servants. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  593. Arrest of offenders under section 101, Indian Railways Act. § 12, Act, V, 1861.
  594. Missing goods cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  595. Cattle trespass. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  596. Railway passengers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  597. Bills for prisoners’ diet.
  598. Magistrates having jurisdiction.
  599. Railway Police cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  600. Arms, ammunition, etc., conveyed by railway or steamer.
  601. Duties of District Police in connection with enquiries into railway accidents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  602. Persons killed or injured. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  603. First Information Reports. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  604. Special reports. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  605. Telegraphic intimation of crime on railways. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  606. Special reports of accidents and collisions. §12, Act V, 1861.
  607. Village Crime Note-Book for the Railway Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  608. Periodical reports and returns.
  609. Registers.
  610. Controlling Officer.
  611. Functions of the department. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  612. Definition of “enquiry”and “investigation”.
  613. Collection and distribution of information.
  614. Distribution of information – Criminal Intelligence Gazette.
  615. Deputy Inspector-General may assume control or only assist. §12, Act V, 1861.
  616. Responsibility of Deputy Inspectors-General of Criminal Investigation Department and of Ranges. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  617. Method of assuming control. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  618. Rewards in controlled cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  619. Assistance-Intimation of
  620. Enquiries or investigations of a special nature under the immediate control of the Deputy Inspector-General, Criminal Investigation Department. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  621. Subordination of Criminal Investigation Department officers to Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  622. Personal diaries. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  623. Progress reports. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  624. Submission of diaries, enclosures and progress reports in cases taken under Control. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  625. Powers and functions of Criminal Investigation Department, Inspectors deputed to districts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  626. Powers and functions of Criminal investigation Department, Sub-Inspectors deputed to districts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  627. Procedure in cases under sections 400 and 401, Indian Penal Code.
  628. Records of enquiries and investigations kept in the Criminal Investigation Department.
  629. Letters of introduction. §12, Act V, 1861.
  630. Detective warrants. §12, Act V, 1861.
  631. Information on record in the bureau. §12, Act V, 1861.
  632. References to the Bureau, when to be made. §12, Act V, 1861.
  633. Annual elimination of useless information.
  634. Duties of the Photographic Bureau. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  635. Classes of criminals whose photographs are on record.
  636. Employment of local photographers and deputation of Bureau Photographers. §12, Act V, 1861.
  637. Photographs how to be taken. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  638. Photographing of accused persons, § 12, Act V, 1861.
  639. Procedure for requisitioning the services of the handwriting expert.
  640. Foot print expert.
  641. Forged notes expert.
  642. Duties of the Bureau. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  643. Special Increments of pay of experts and grant of honorary rank of Inspector. § 241 (1)(b), Government of India Act, 1935 and § 2, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  644. Finger-print slips. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  645. Periodical elimination of slips. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  646. Illustrated release notices of prisoners convicted of dacoity, etc.
  647. Action regarding absconder.
  648. Duplicate P.R. slips of non-Asiatic prisoners to be sent to the Deputy Inspector-General, Criminal Investigation Department.
  649. Prompt intimation to be sent whenever a member of a registered criminal tribe or a convict admitted to a lunatic asylum is traced.
  650. Training of Sub-Inspectors deputed from districts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  651. Granting of “experts”certificates. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  652. Tours of experts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  653. Duties of experts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  654. Experts’ diaries.
  655. Citation of experts as witnesses. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  656. Addresses of different bureaux.
  657. Police cadres. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  658. District Police establishments. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  659. Casualty Reserve. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  660. Disposition of the force not to be altered. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  661. Excess in sanctioned scale.
  662. Mobilization contingents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  663. Superintendent’s power to send Armed Force outside the district. §12, Act V, 1861.
  664. Inspector-General’s power to withdraw officers from an£ district. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  665. Permanent police guards. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  666. Additional Police under section 15, Police Act, 1861. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  667. Date of deputation and withdrawal of guard to be reported. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  668. Additional police for private parties under section 13, Police Act, 1861. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  669. Withdrawal of additional police supplied under section 13, Police Act, 1861. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  670. Cost of additional police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  671. Cost of guards supplied to Government Departments.
  672. Cost of guards supplied for extraordinary duties to private bodies in Darjeeling. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  673. Appointment of special police under section 17, Police Act, 1861. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  674. Selection of special police.
  675. Duties and discipline of special police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  676. Special Constabulary Reserve. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  677. Absorption of temporary constables. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  678. Reduction of establishment.
  679. Renewal of temporary establishment.
  680. Detailed list of establishment.
  681. District Armed Police and its reserve.
  682. Composition of the District Armed Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  683. Daily drill at headquarters. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    684A. Long hair and beard not permitted.
  684. Emergency force. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  685. Duties of officers in regard to the efficiency of District Armed Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  686. Members of Unarmed Police temporarily at headquarters to remain under Armed Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  687. Rank of Sergeants for the purpose of certain Acts.
  688. Officers competent to indent for guards or escorts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  689. Special escort for postal money.
  690. Magistrates’ and Commissioners’ guards. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  691. Guards for the Communications and Works Department. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  692. Guards for railways. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  693. Guards to remain in their own districts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  694. Treasury and magazine guards-Standing orders. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  695. An officer to be detailed for night rounds. Register of visiting guards. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  696. Police guards for jails. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  697. Outbreaks in jails.
  698. Senior officer to take command of guard. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  699. Armed Inspector to see that the force detailed for guard and escort duties is properly equipped. §12, Act V, 1861.
  700. Escort requisitions and general rules regarding escorts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  701. Procedure on receipt of escort requisition. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  702. Duties of escort commanders. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  703. Strength of escorts for prisoners, and treasure and stamps. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  704. Escorts of treasure by railway. §12, Act V, 1861.
  705. Escort of treasure by steamer. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  706. Escort of currency notes by railway. §12, Act V, 1861.
  707. Special Instructions for escorting treasure by railway. §12, Act V, 1861.
  708. Escort for money so and from the treasury or to post office. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  709. Escorts to and from subdivisions.
  710. District remittances and remittances from Munsifs’ Courts.
  711. Escorts for arms and ammunition. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  712. Liquor escorts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  713. Special guards for prisoners. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  714. Use of handcuffs and leg-irons fox convicts under escort. §12, Act V, 1861.
  715. Iron cages for prisoners in railway carriages. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  716. Papers of convict to be given to escort commander by jail authorities. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  717. Papers of convicts to be shown to the Magistrate of halting places. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  718. Diet of prisoners in transit from one jail to another.
  719. Prisoner or convict under escort not to possess prohibited articles. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  720. Carriage of clothing and bedding of prisoners. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  721. Escort of prisoners required to give evidence in Civil and Criminal Courts.
  722. Escort of military prisoners or insanes and soldiers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  723. Escort of lunatics.
  724. No relief for escorts for journey within Bengal and strengthening of escorts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  725. Relief of escorts to or from other Provinces. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  726. Guard of honour. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  727. Salutes and compliments. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  728. Protection of His Excellency the Viceroy and His Excellency the Governor. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  729. Public and private arrivals of His Excellency the Viceroy and His Excellency the Governor. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  730. Tours of the Hon’ble Minister and public and private arrivals. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  731. Ceremonial parades. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  732. Appointment of Assistant Superintendents.
  733. Registers of retired members of the Indian Police.
  734. Appointment of Deputy Superintendents. § 241 (2)(b), Government of India Act, 1935.
  735. Appointment of Honorary Deputy Superintendents § 241(2)(b), Government of India Act, 1935.
  736. Appointment of Inspectors. § 241 (1), Government of India Act, 1935, and § 2, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935,
  737. Selection of Sub-Inspectors and Sergeants for promotion to the rank Inspector for inclusion in Provincial approved list. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  738. Appointment of Sergeants. § 241(1) (b), Government of India Act, 1935, and § 2, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  739. Appointment of British Army reservists.
  740. Appointment of Sub-Inspectors (unarmed Branch) (Article 309 of the Constitution of India read with Articles 313 and 372 thereof and Paragraph 13 of the Adaptation of Laws Order, 1950, and section 2A of Act V of 1861.)
  741. Appointment of Sub-Inspectors (Armed Branch) (Article 309 of the Constitution of India read with Articles 313 and 372 thereof and paragraph 19 of the Adaptation of Laws Order, 1950 and section 2A of Act V of 1861.
  742. Appointment of Assistant Sub-Inspectors. §241(1)(6), Government of India Act, 1835, and §2, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935/
  743. Selection of constables for officiating promotion to the rank of Assistant Sub-Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  744. Appointment of Head Constables. Section 241(1)(b), Government , of India Act, 1935, and section 2, Act V, 1861, read with section 243 of the Government , of India Act, 1935
    745A. Appointment of naiks. § 241 (1)(b), Government of India Act, 1935, and § 2, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  745. Appointment of constables. § 241 (l)(b), Government of India Act, 1935, and §2, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  746. Recruitment of educated men as constables. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  747. Recruitment of constables outside the district.
  748. Agreement to be taken from constables on enlistment. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  749. Verification roll. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  750. Medical certificate of fitness for service.
  751. Medical examination of recruit constables.
  752. Re-vaccination of recruits.
  753. Appointment certificates. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  754. Appointment of reservists of the Indian Army and pensioned or discharged Indian soldiers.
  755. Re-appointments. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  756. Alteration in the declared date of birth of servants of the Crown. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  757. Procedure to be followed in giving acting promotion to Assistant Sub-Inspectors and head constables in leave vacancies of Sub-Inspectors.
  758. Assistant Sub-Inspectors and head constables allowed to act as Sub-Inspectors in the Unarmed Police without extra remuneration.
  759. Havildar-major. § 241(l)(b), Government of India Act, 1935, and §2, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  760. Orders regarding appointments or promotions to indicate vacancies.
  761. Appointment of compounders attached to police hospital.
  762. Recommendation for promotion to be left by officers when transferred. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  763. Recommendations for special promotion. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  764. Private employment, employment in other departments of Government or under other Governments and appearance at examinations for recruitment to other services or posts.
  765. General orders regarding clerical appointments.
  766. Appointments of clerks in the offices of Deputy inspectors-General.
  767. Appointment of clerks in the offices of Superintendents.
  768. Leave vacancies.
  769. Periodical returns in respect of appointments made in different services and posts.
  770. Enrolment of boatmen and crews. § 241 (i)(b), Government of India Act, 1935, and § 2, Act V, 1861 read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  771. General conditions of service of officers of the Indian Police.
  772. General conditions of service of officers of the Bengal Police Service.
  773. General conditions of service of members of the subordinate ranks of the Bengal Police. § 2 of Act V, 1861, read with § 243 Government of India Act, 1935.
  774. Scale of pay and special pay.
  775. Time-scale of pay and Increments.
  776. Efficiency bar.
  777. Pay of directly recruited cadets and of those promoted from the rank of Assistant sub-inspector at the Police Training College. § 2, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  778. Approved service increments of constables. § 2, Act V, 1861.
  779. Counting of (previous service including military police and military service) towards increment of pay. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    780A. Pay and special pay of naiks. § 2, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  780. Pay and special pay of armourers. § 2, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  781. Pay and special pay of buglers and bugler boys. § 2, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  782. Increased rate of pay-how to be drawn.
  783. Passage pay and concessions.
  784. Grant of passages to Sergeants and officers promoted from that rank.
  785. Grants for purchase and maintenance of uniform, horse and saddlery.
    786A. Kit allowance to Inspectors and Sub-Inspectors.
  786. Conveyance allowances.
  787. Compensatory allowances.
  788. Training at the Police Training College. § 12, Act V. 1861.
  789. Practical training of probationary Assistant and Deputy Superintendents in districts and responsibility of Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  790. Practical training of probationary Sub-Inspectors in districts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  791. Practical training of probationary Assistant Sub-Inspectors in districts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  792. Deputation of Constables, Naiks, and head constables to the Police Training College and Eastern Frontier Rifle headquarters for instructions in drill. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  793. Training of buglers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  794. Annual training of the mobilization contingent. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  795. Musketry course and award of prizes. §12, Act V, 1861.
  796. Revolver course and award of prizes. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  797. Training in “First Aid to the Injured. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  798. Training of constables in nursing. §12, Act V, 1861.
  799. Athletic club. §12, Act V, 1861.
  800. Examinations of probationary Assistant and Deputy Superintendents in law, languages, accounts and riding.
  801. Acquisition and maintenance of knowledge of the vernacular. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  802. Examinations in oriental languages.
  803. Examination in tribal languages.
  804. Examination of Sub-Inspectors and Sergeants in the vernacular. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  805. Examination of Sub-Inspectors in Law and procedure and criminology. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  806. Examination of clerks in accounts and office procedure.
  807. Leave, how regulated.
  808. Limit of absentees. § 12, Act V, 1861).
  809. Power of Inspector-General to grant leave. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  810. Leave procedure in the case of officers of and above the rank of Deputy Superintendent. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  811. Leave on medical certificates of officers of and above the rank of Deputy Superintendent. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  812. Medical certificates-from whom to be obtained in Calcutta or elsewhere.
  813. Leave of probationary Assistant and Deputy Superintendents liable to departmental examination. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  814. Powers of Deputy Inspectors-General and Superintendents to grant leave to subordinate police officers and leave procedure. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  815. Medical certificate.
    816A. Leave on medical certificate of officers of and below the rank of Inspector and other subordinate officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  816. Classification of constables for purposes of leave.
  817. Casual leave. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  818. Casual leave register. §12, Act V, 1861.
  819. Hospital leave. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  820. Line leave. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  821. Sick at station leave. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  822. Leave to proceed to Pasteur Institute.
  823. Leave of officers enrolled in the Auxiliary Force. §12, Act V, 1861.
  824. Leave of hospital subordinates.
  825. Leave of clerks.
  826. Lapse of grant of leave. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  827. Leave of officers transferred or under orders of transfer. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  828. Substitutes for officers on leave. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  829. Overstaying leave. §12, Act V, 1861.
  830. Officers to report their addresses when proceeding or returning from leave.
  831. Recall from leave. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  832. Leave not to be granted to officers likely to be dismissed or removed from service. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  833. Authority competent to make transfers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  834. General instructions regarding transfer of subordinate police officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  835. Periodical transfers of subordinate police officers. §12, Act V, 1861.
  836. Periodical transfers of Head clerks, accountants, cashiers and Reader clerks.
  837. Officers transferred to move within ten days. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  838. Transfer of charge. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  839. Resignation § 241 (2)(b), Government of India Act, 1935 and §2, Act V, 1861 read with section 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  840. Leave to be granted before invaliding.
  841. Principle to determine age when date of birth is not known.
  842. Application for extension of service and compulsory retirement.
  843. Return of Officers attaining the age of 55.
  844. Pensions and gratuities.
  845. Power to sanction pension or gratuity.
  846. Amount of pension.
  847. Superannuation or retiring pension.
  848. Invalid pension.
  849. Anticipatory pension.
  850. Counting of previous military service of British and Indian ex-servicemen towards civil pension.
  851. Preparation of pension and gratuity rolls.
  852. Leave counting towards pension.
  853. Thumb and finger impressions and photographs of applicants for pension or gratuity.
  854. Return of pension and gratuity rolls.
  855. General instructions as to punishments. § 7, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  856. Major and minor punishments. § 7, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  857. Powers of punishment. §7, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  858. Duties of a Superintendent in respect of the discipline of detachments detailed for duty within his jurisdiction from another district. § 7, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  859. Punishment of Sub-Assistant Surgeons, compounders and mental staff attached to police hospitals.
  860. Proceedings in cases of major punishment (section 7, Act V, 1861).
    861A. Register of proceedings.
  861. Effect of departmental punishment on prosecutions. § 7, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  862. Discharge or acquittal not a bar to departmental punishment. §7, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935,
  863. Retention in service of police officers sentenced by Criminal Courts. §7, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  864. Proceedings based on a conviction. §7, Act V, 1861, read §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935).
  865. Cases in which criminal prosecution inexpedient. §12, Act V, 1861.
  866. Debt. §12, Act 1861.
  867. Insolvency and habitual indebtedness §12, Act V, 1861.
  868. Effect of dismissal or removal. §7, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  869. Notification of dismissal in the Gazette.
  870. Withholding of increment. §7, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  871. Order of Reduction. §7. Act V 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  872. Orders of degradation to be reported to the Deputy Inspector-General and the Inspector-General.
  873. Black marks. §7, Act V 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  874. Absence without leave. §7, Act V, 1861, read with §243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  875. Prosecution for absence without leave. §12, Act V, 1861.
  876. Transfers not to be ordered as punishment. § 7, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    877A.
  877. Punishment drill and confinement to quarters. § 7, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  878. Discipline, punishments and appeal of clerks.
  879. Suspension. § 7, Act V, 1361, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  880. Discipline of suspended police officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  881. Appellate authorities and appeals. § 7, Act V, 1861, read § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  882. Period of appeal and procedure. § 7, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  883. Right to call for records. § 7, Act V, 1861, read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  884. Petitions to the King, the Secretary of State and the Governor-General.
  885. Complaints and appeals by officers of the Indian Police.
  886. Complaints and appeals by officers of the Bengal Police Service.
  887. Petitions by police officers, § 12, Act V, 1861.
  888. Joint petitions forbidden.
  889. Petitions on behalf of others.
  890. Petitions by clerks.
  891. Reserve office.
  892. Holding of orderly room by Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  893. Reserve to reside in the lines. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  894. Orderlies. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  895. Duties of Armed Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
    896A. Duties of Reserve Office Inspectors.
  896. Duties of Sergeant of the Special Armed Force. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  897. Inspection of subdivisional guards by Armed Inspector. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  898. Despatch of recruits to the Police Training College. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  899. District numbers for head constables, naiks and constables. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  900. Appointment certificates of officers on leave and those discharged, dismissed or removed from service. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  901. Discharge. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  902. Discharge slip. Notice of dismissal or discharge to be sent to native district. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  903. Committee. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  904. Registers.
  905. Stock book. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  906. Morning report. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  907. Roster of duties.§ 12, Act V, 1861.
  908. Command certificates.
  909. Register of disposition of force. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  910. District Order Book. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  911. Muster roll. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  912. Gradation list. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  913. Register of casualties. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  914. Register of punishments. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  915. Register of receipt and issue of clothing. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  916. Leave register. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  917. Leave certificate.
  918. Leave account.
  919. Service books and rolls. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  920. Entries in service books or rolls. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  921. Disposal of service books and rolls. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  922. Forward Diary.
  923. Periodical reports and returns.
  924. Monthly return of force.
  925. Reports of death of, and accidents to, police officers.
    926A. Motor vehicles for the conveyance of the police on duty.
  926. Review Order – cold weather.
  927. Informal working dress.
  928. Review Order.
  929. Wearing of medals and decorations.
    930A. Police officers employed on same duty, how to be dressed.
  930. Wearing of uniform at fancy dress balls.
  931. Deputy Superintendents.
  932. Grant of permission for wearing uniform by officers on retirement. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  933. Inspectors. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  934. Inspectors – wearing of Review Order. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  935. Sub-Inspectors and Sergeants. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  936. Sub-Inspectors and Sergeants-Review Order. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  937. Watches to form part of Sub-Inspectors’ equipment. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  938. Head constable of the Special Armed Force. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  939. Havildar-major. § 12, Act, V, 1861.
  940. Constables of the Special Armed Forces. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  941. Assistant Sub-Inspectors and head constables of the Unarmed Police. § 12, Act, V 1861.
  942. Constables of the Unarmed Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  943. Darjeeling Police. § 12 Act V, 1861.
  944. Railway Police. § 12 Act V, 1861.
  945. Personal orderly staff of gazetted police officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  946. Serangs, Drivers and Crews. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  947. Manjhis and dandies of boats. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  948. Uniform of Inspectors and Sub-Inspectors-how obtained.§ 12. Act V, 1861.
  949. Uniform to be worn whenever on duty. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  950. Prohibition to wear uniform in social or public functions.§ 12, Act V, 1861.
  951. Responsibility of officers for the dress of their subordinates. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  952. First kit and maintenance grants. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  953. Complete kit for sergeants, Assistant Sub-Inspectors, head constables, naiks, constables, launch crews and boatmen. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  954. Clothing on transfer. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  955. Kits for Assistant Sub-Inspectors under training at the Police Training College. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  956. Kits for recruits under training at the Police Training College. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  957. Equipment for Traffic Police. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  958. Hospital kit. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  959. Whistles and lanyard. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  960. Period for which clothing should last. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  961. Issue and care of greatcoats. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  962. Issue and care of waterproofs. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  963. Brass number for head constables, naiks and constables. § 12 Act V, 1861.
  964. Markman’s badge. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  965. Employment of dhobi for washing clothing. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  966. Employment of durzi constables. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  967. Appointment of contractors for the supply of uniform. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  968. Indents for clothing. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  969. Taking delivery at clothing packages. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  970. Uniform Committee. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  971. Committee Report Book.
  972. Storage of clothing.
  973. Marking of clothing. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  974. Clothing hand-book.
  975. Monthly and quarterly cheek of clothing stock.
  976. Kit inspection-when and by whom held.
  977. Method of kit inspections.
  978. Defect lists how to be dealt with.
  979. Clothing and hand book of officers leaving the force. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  980. Responsibility of officers regarding the upkeep of clothing.§ 12, Act V, 1861.
  981. Definitions of ordnance stores. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  982. Scale of arms. § 12, Art V, 1861.
  983. Scale of ammunition. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  984. Arms – responsibility of Superintendents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  985. General instructions regarding indents for ordnance stores. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  986. Indents for ammunition. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  987. Component parts of muskets. § 12, Act V, 1881.
  988. Indent for component parts. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  989. Taking delivery of stores. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  990. Receipts for ordnance stores to be returned immediately. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  991. Boxes containing ordnance stores, how to be opened. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  992. Committee on ordnance and other stores.
  993. Stock book. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  994. Marking of arms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  995. Armoury and magazine and custody and care of arms and ammunition. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  996. Storage, classification, examination and test and issue of ammunition. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  997. Distribution account of arms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  998. Ammunition account. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  999. Inspection of arms by the Assistant Inspector Armourer.
  1000. Cleaning and examination of arms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1001. Armourers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1002. Qualification of constables selected for deputation to Arsenal. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1003. Return of unserviceable or not repairable arms and ordnance stores. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1004. Fired and empty cartridge cases. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1005. Defective cartridges. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1006. Exploded and misfire cartridges to be packed separately. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1007. Preparation of vouchers when returning ordnance stores. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1008. Despatch of ordnance stores. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1009. Facsimile of seals to be sent. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1010. Revolvers and revolver ammunition. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1011. Custody of revolvers and revolver ammunition. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1012. Repairs of defective revolvers and disposal of condemned revolvers.
  1013. Deposit of small arms and ammunition in the police armoury.
  1014. List of accoutrements. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1015. Scale of accoutrements. § 12, Act V , 1861.
  1016. Marking of accoutrements. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1017. Cleaning of accoutrements. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1018. Camp equipage. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1019. Power to sanction purchase of camp equipage. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1020. Care and marking of tents. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1021. Padlocks.
  1022. Annual statement showing the strength and armament of the force.
  1023. Return of expenditure on stores purchased in India.
  1024. Medical aid to servants of the crown.
  1025. Physical fitness of police officers.
    1027A. Periodical Medical Examination.
  1026. Police hospital. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1027. Sub-Assistant Surgeon.
  1028. Admission into police hospital.
  1029. Admission of Railway Police head constables and constables into District Police Hospital. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1030. Admission of Railway Police constables into Railway Hospital. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1031. Scale of diet of patients of the Police Hospitals.
  1032. Duties of Diet Sarkar.
  1033. Preventive measures against malaria. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1034. Honours and decorations which may be recommended by Superintendents.
  1035. Procedure for the submission of recommendations for the grant of the King’s Police and Fire Services Medal.
  1036. Grant of a Bar to the King’s Police and Fire Services Medal.
  1037. Monetary allowances admissible to recipients of the King’s Police and Fire Services Medal and of the Bar to the Medal.
  1038. Forfeiture of the King’s Police and Fire Services Medal.
  1039. Procedure for the submission of recommendations for the grant of the Indian Police Medal.
  1040. Grant of a bar to the Indian Police Medal.
  1041. Monetary allowances admissible to recipients of the Indian Police Medal and of the bar to the Medal.
  1042. Forfeiture of the Indian Police Medal.
  1043. Recommendations for honours and decorations to be completed and treated as confidential.
  1044. Replacement of lost medals. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1045. General conditions regarding grant of rewards.
  1046. Grant of certificates to subordinates. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1047. Good service marks. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1048. Grant of parchment certificates to police officers. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1049. Grant of parchment certificates to members of the public. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1050. Rewards for the arrest of dacoits.
  1051. Grant of rewards when previously offered. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1052. Grant of rewards when not previously offered. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1053. Distribution of rewards. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1054. Rewards offered by private persons. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1055. General police rewards. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1056. Payment or refund of reward offered by the public. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1057. Rewards under Opium, Excise and other Acts.
  1058. Rewards in Arms Act cases.
  1059. Recommendations for the grant of rewards to members of chaukidari panchayats.
  1060. Rewards to chaukidars.
  1061. Rewards to clerks.
  1062. Honoraria to clerks.
  1063. Clerical establishment.
  1064. Office hours.
  1065. Illness of Superintendent and Assistant or Deputy Superintendent. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1066. Gazetted holidays.
  1067. Assumption of charge by Superintendent and Additional Superintendent. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1068. Assumption of charge by head clerk and accountant.
  1069. Registers and files.
  1070. Periodical reports and returns.
  1071. Covers containing letters, etc. how to be opened.
  1072. Letters on receipt to be registered and submitted for orders.
  1073. Register of English letters received.
  1074. Register of English letters issued.
  1075. Typing and numbering letters, endorsements, etc.
  1076. Registers of papers received in and issued from the head mohurir’s section.
  1077. Peon book.
  1078. Treatment of secret and confidential papers.
  1079. Confidential letters to be dealt with by a selected clerk.
  1080. Classification and custody of confidential papers.
  1081. Service books of clerks.
  1082. Library catalogue.
  1083. Correction slips.
  1084. Indent for maps.
  1085. Town beat maps.
  1086. Maintenance of crime maps. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1087. Channel of correspondence.
  1088. No formal correspondence with subordinate officers at headquarters.
  1089. Applications or proposals requiring sanction of Inspector-General or higher authority.
  1090. Cases for opinion of Legal Remembrancer and Advocate-General.
  1091. Drafting and fair copying of letters.
  1092. Demi-official correspondence.
  1093. No forwarding letter in certain cases.
  1094. Original documents not to be sent in correspondence.
  1095. Weekly pending lists.
  1096. Arrangement of correspondence (collections and files.)
  1097. File index.
  1098. Classification of letters.
  1099. Preservation of records and registers.
  1100. Destruction of records.
  1101. Arrangement of records of cases.
  1102. Superintendent’s Note Book.§ 12, Act V, 1861.
  1103. Correction of inaccurate reports in the press. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1104. Reporting of misconduct of police officers.
  1105. Annual administration report.
  1106. Verification of sales of arms and ammunition.
  1107. Report regarding defalcation or loss of public money, etc.
  1108. Return of Trigonometrical Survey pillars.
  1109. Inspection forms.
  1110. Inspection register. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1111. Daily Crime reports to be filed in monthly bundles.
  1112. Personal diaries of Inspectors.
  1113. Index of crime. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1114. Special reports of crime. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1115. Reports of serious riots, outrages and calamities.
  1116. Register of absconding offenders.
  1117. Arrest of deserters from the Indian Army. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1118. Conditions of a remission of sentence under section 401, Cr. P. C., to be explained to the convict concerned.
  1119. Nominal roll of convicts deported to Port Blair. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1120. Brief histories of dacoity cases.
  1121. Criminal histories.
  1122. Records of enquiries or investigations controlled by the Criminal Investigation Department to be kept in the District.
  1123. Institution and prosecution of conspiracy cases.
  1124. Gang cases.
  1125. Naming of gang cases.
  1126. Gang register files and index.
  1127. Inspection and copying of Sessions Court’s records.
  1128. Judgments in civil suits against police officers-how obtained.
  1129. Superintendents and their subordinates to study the index to information on record in Criminal Intelligence Bureau.
  1130. Authoritative rules for keeping accounts.
  1131. Charge of accounts.
  1132. Charge of Cash Chest.
  1133. No deviation of rules regarding charge of cash and accounts to be allowed without Inspector-Generals orders.
  1134. All moneys to be paid into Government treasuries. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1135. Pay and receipt cheques.
  1136. Cash book.
  1137. Treasury Pass Book.
  1138. Police-station and Court office cash accounts to be compared with the Superintendent’s office accounts.
  1139. Erasures and corrections in account registers and records.
  1140. Certificate regarding cash book.
  1141. Audit of police accounts.
  1142. Accounts objection.
  1143. Officers required to give security.
  1144. Preparation and submission of budget estimates.
  1145. Detailed instructions for preparing budget estimates.
  1146. Charges incurred to be drawn at once and not thrown on the grant of another year.
  1147. Accounting of expenditure. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1148. Control of contingent expenditure. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1149. Permanent advance.
  1150. Contract contingencies.
  1151. Regular contingencies.
  1152. Special contingencies.
  1153. Mistakes in classification- how rectified.
  1154. Classification of incidental charges.
  1155. Contingent registers.
  1156. Contingent bills.
  1157. Power to issue recurring contingent charges.
  1158. Encashment of contingent bills at treasures of other districts.
  1159. Escort charges, how to be drawn. § 12 Act V, 1861.
  1160. Recovery of escort charges from Reserve Bank. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1161. Payment of contingent charges.
  1162. Clothing bills – method of payment.
  1163. Payment of expenses of dafadars and chaukidars on public duty.
  1164. Payment of charges to police officers when despatched as special messengers or summoned to or despatched from office on urgent business, etc. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1165. Grant for athletic clubs.
  1166. Grant for police rest houses.
  1167. Rent register.
  1168. Rents on land and buildings in police occupation.
  1169. Rent – Recovery of.
  1170. Reward register.
  1171. Reward bills. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1172. General Police Rewards – how to be drawn and power of Superintendents to sanction the refund of rewards when not earned. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1173. Charges for additions or alterations to launches or boats.
  1174. Check of hired boat establishment. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1175. Charges on account of boat hire-how to be drawn.
  1176. Bearing charges.
  1177. Pay of sweepers.
  1178. Recovery of cost of hospital diet.
  1179. Bills for prisoners’ diet and travelling expenses and cost of conveyance of stolen property, etc. sent to the Court.
  1180. Pay bill of officers of and above the rank of Deputy Superintendent.
  1181. Pay bill of Inspectors.
  1182. Monthly statement of officers actually in the force.
  1183. Consolidated absentee statements.
  1184. Acquittance rolls.
  1185. Abstract of acquittance roll.
  1186. Acquittance roll for hospital patients and diet bill.
  1187. Hospital patients’ pay bill.
  1188. Preparation of Establishment bills.
  1189. Duplicate copies of bills.
  1190. Signing of bills.
  1191. Encashment of bills at sadar.
  1192. Distribution of pay.
  1193. Undisbursed and arrear pay and allowances.
  1194. Escort of pay.
  1195. Officers-in-charge of escort to give a receipt for the total amount made over to him.
  1196. Thumb impressions to be taken on acquittance rolls.
  1197. Remittance transfer receipt.
  1198. File of acquittance rolls.
  1199. Register of pay and allowances held over.
  1200. Arrear and supplementary pay bill.
  1201. Investigation of claims to arrears of pay and allowances.
  1202. Supplementary bills for officers discharged, dismissed, deceased and for those who retire or resign.
  1203. Pay of officers on temporary deputation to another district.
  1204. Pay of temporary establishment.
  1205. Pay and subsistence allowance of subordinate officers under suspension.
  1206. Pay of subordinate officers for periods of absence without leave.
  1207. Pay of medical officers attached to police hospital.
  1208. Last pay certificate.
  1209. Retrenchment.
  1210. Refund of subsistence allowance received by police officers from Civil Courts for giving evidence.
  1211. Monthly statement of pay.
  1212. Travelling allowance – Fundamental and Subsidiary Rules to be followed.
  1213. Controlling officers for countersigning travelling allowance bills and classification of police officers.
  1214. Jurisdiction of subordinate officers defined.
  1215. Place at which journey begins and ends.
  1216. Mileage rates and daily allowances.
  1217. Travelling allowances for journey to join first appointment.
  1218. Travelling allowance for journeys on tour.
  1219. Travelling allowance for journeys on escort duty.
  1220. Travelling allowance for journeys on transfer.
  1221. Conveyance of horses, camp equipment etc.
  1222. Travelling allowance of sick or wounded policemen.
  1223. Travelling allowance for journeys to attend an examination.
  1224. Travelling allowance for journeys to undergo training.
  1225. Daily and conveyance allowances of Sub-Inspectors deputed for training in Finger Print Bureau. § 2, Act V, 1861 read with § 243 of the Government of India Act, 1935.
  1226. Travelling allowance for journeys to give evidence.
  1227. Travelling allowance when travelling by the Viceroy’s or Governor’s special train.
  1228. Travelling allowance when means of locomotion are provided at the expenses of the Provincial Government.
  1229. Charges for use of Government elephants.
  1230. Travelling allowance of clerks and menial servants.
  1231. Travelling allowance of Sub-Assistant Surgeons.
  1232. Travelling allowance of non-officials attending the annual police parade to receive rewards.
  1233. Halts to be treated as continuous when made in two places the distance between which does not exceed 5 miles.
  1234. Daily allowance of officers brought into headquarters for mobilization training.
  1235. Special rates of daily allowances for boat journeys.
  1236. Travelling allowance bills.
  1237. Advances on transfer. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1238. Advances otherwise than on transfer. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1239. Advances of travelling allowance from permanent advance.
  1240. Advances from General Provident Fund. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1241. Advances to probationary Sub-Inspectors for purchase of uniform, etc. § 12 Act V, 1861.
  1242. House building advances.
  1243. Register of recoveries.
  1244. Charges on account of additional police how to be drawn and receipts and recoveries how to be classified.
  1245. Standard designs of buildings and by what agency to be constructed.
  1246. Kutcha buildings not to be erected near permanent ones.
  1247. Instructions regarding preparation and submission of building projects.
  1248. Transfer of buildings to the Communications and Works Department.
  1249. Register of lands and buildings and plan of lands.
  1250. Major and minor works.
  1251. Initiation of major works projects and administrative approval.
  1252. Initiation of minor works projects and administrative approval.
  1253. Selection of sites.
  1254. Completion reports of original works executed by the Communications and Works Department.
  1255. Repairs to buildings borne on the books of the Communications and Works Department.
  1256. Occupation and vacating of Government buildings used as residences and payment of rent.
  1257. Departmental buildings.
  1258. Annual Repairs.
  1259. Lapse of allotted funds for construction and repairs.
  1260. Construction under District Engineer’s supervision.
  1261. Acquisition of land.
  1262. Procedure regarding the construction of departmental buildings on land in charge of the Communications and Works Department.
  1263. Gifts of land.
  1264. Maintenance of Muster roll for works executed departmentally.
  1265. Employment of contractors.
  1266. Progress and completion reports on departmental buildings.
  1267. Register of new buildings.
  1268. Disposals of old buildings.
  1269. Rent-free quarters.
  1270. Remission of charges on account of electric current.
  1271. Deposit of religious relics or symbols, or erection of shrines places of worship on Government land.
  1272. Accidents to buildings.
  1273. Protection of buildings from fire.
  1274. Outbreak of fire due to electrical causes.
  1275. Payment of municipal rates and taxes.
  1276. Payment of union board taxes.
  1277. Scale of furniture and stores for different offices. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1278. Stock book. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1279. Classification for forms.
  1280. Introduction of new forms and alterations of existing forms. § 12, Act V, 1861.
  1281. Indents for forms and storage and custody.
  1282. Account of receipt and issue of forms.
  1283. Pages of registers and books to be numbered and certificate to be recorded.
  1284. Indent for stationery.
  1285. Typewriters and duplicators.
  1286. Account of receipt and issue of stationery.