Tag: Governor-General

Indian Civil Service (Bengal Loans Prohibition) Regulation 1823

Whereas by the existing Regulations all covenanted civil servants employed in the judicial and revenue departments of the service, are prohibited from lending money, directly or indirectly, to any proprietor or farmer of land, dependent taluqdar, under-farmer or raiyat or their sureties; and whereas it is equally necessary to prohibit the public officers from borrowing money from persons subject to their official authority and influence; the following rules have been enacted by the Governor-General in-Council, and are to be in force from the date of their promulgation throughout the Provinces immediately subject to this Presidency.

Bengal Police-Powers of Tahsildar Regulation 1831

Whereas with a view to improve the efficiency of the police, it is expedient that, in districts of the Ceded and Conquered Provinces in which tahsildari establishments are maintained subject to the authority of the Collectors, the State Government be empowered, by orders to vest the tahsildars with the powers at present exercised by daroghas of police the following rules have accordingly been enacted, to be in force from the date of their promulgation throughout the Provinces aforesaid.