The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Appendix I

APPENDIX I
Warrant of Precedence for India

[Government of India, Home Department Notification, No. 328, dated Calcutta, the 10th February, 1899.]

In supersession of Home Department Notification, No. 2023, dated the 1st November 1877, the following new Warrant of Precedence for India, which has been approved by Her Majesty the Queen-Empress of India, and which has received Her Royal Sign Manual, as also the revised graded list of civil offices not reserved for members of the Indian Civil Service, supplementary to the Warrant of Precedence, which has been prepared under the orders of the Governor-General in Council, are published for general information:—

I.—Warrant of Precedence approved by the Queen-Empress of India.

Victoria, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India,—

To all to whom these presents shall come:

Whereas it hath been represented unto Us that it is advisable that the rank and precedence of persons holding appointments in the East Indies, as regulated by Our Royal Warrant, dated the 18th day of October 1870, should be altered. We do therefore hereby declare that it is Our Will and Pleasure, that in lieu of the table laid down in Our said recited Warrant, the following table be henceforth observed with respect to the rank and precedence of the persons hereinafter named, namely,—

1. Governor-General and Viceroy of India.

2. Governors of Madras and Bombay.

3. President of the Council of the Governor-General.

4. Lieutenant-Governor when in his own territories.

5. Commander-in-Chief in India.

6. Lieutenant-Governor.

7. Chief Justice of Bengal.

8. Bishop of Calcutta, Metropolitan of India.

9. Ordinary Members of the Council of the Governor-General.

10. Commander-in-Chief of Her Majesty's Naval Forces in the East Indies.

11. Chief Justice of a High Court other than that of Bengal.

12. Bishops of Madras and Bombay.

13. Ordinary Members of Council of Madras and Bombay.

14. Lieutenant-Generals Commanding the Forces, Punjab, Bengal, Madras and Bombay.

15. Chief Commissioners of the Central Provinces and Assam ; Residents at Hyderabad and in Mysore; and Agents to the Governor-General in Rajputana, Central India and Baluchistan.

The Agent to the Governor-General and Chief Commissioner of the North-West Frontier Province ranks in Article 15 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 5923, dated the 1st April 1901). The Chairman of the Railway Board ranks in Article 19 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 699, dated the 13th March 1905).

The Governor of Bengal ranks in Article 2 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Ordinary Members of the Council of the Governor of Bengal rank in Article 13 of the table (Home Department Notihcation No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Members of the Executive Council of the Lieutenant-Governor of Bihar and Orissa, when within their own jurisdiction, rank immediately above the officers included in Article 14, and when without their jurisdiction, in Article 15 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Bishop of Nagpur ranks in Article 20 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2191, dated the 27th May 1903).

The Joint Secretary to the Government of India in the Public Works Department and the Members of the Railway Board rank in Article 21 of the table (Home Department Notifications No. 1259, dated the 15th June 1S99 and No. 699, dated the 13th March 1905).

The Joint Secretaries to the Government of India rank in Article 21 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

For the purposes of the Warrant of Precedence for India, the service of the Members of the Indian Civil Ser^rice is calculated from the date of commencement of their service as shown in the Civil List (Home Department letter No. 2325, dated the 27th October 1904).

16. Puisne Judges of a High Court.

17. Chief Judge of a Chief Court.

18. Military Officers above the rank of Major-General.

19. Additional Members of the Council of the Governor-General for making Laws and Regulations.

20. Bishops of Lahore, Rangoon and Lucknow,

21. Secretaries to the Government of India.

22. Commissioner in Sind.

23. Judges of a Chief Court, Recorder of Rangoon, and Judicial Commissioners, Burma.

24. Chief Secretaries to the Governments of Madras and Bombay.

25. Major-Generals: Members of a Board of Revenue: Commissioners of Revenue and Customs, Bombay: and Financial Commissioners, Punjab and Burma.

26. Judicial Commissioners, including additional Judicial Commissioners of Oudh, the Central Provinces and Sind.

27. Additional Members of the Councils of the Governors of Madras and Bombay for making Laws and Regulations, and Members of the Legislative Council of a Lieutenant-Governor, Vice-Chancellors of Indian Universities.

First Class

29. Members of the Indian Civil Service of 30 years’ standing.

30. Advocate-General, Calcutta.

31. Comptrollor and Auditor-General.

32. Commissioners of Divisions: the Superintendent of Port Blair: and Residents, Political Agents, and Superintendents drawing Rs. 2,000 a month and upwards (not being Collectors or Deputy Commissioners of British districts) within their respective charges.

33. Chief Secretaries to Local Governments, other than those of Madras and Bombay.

34. Surveyor-General of India: Directors-General of the Post Office, of Telegraphs of India and of Railways: Chief Engineers, first class; Accountants-General, Military and Public Works Departments; Director, Royal Indian Marine; and Manager, North-Western Railway.

The Director-General, Indian Medical Service, ranks in Article 25 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2297, dated the 18th May 1909).

The Financial Commissioner, Central Provinces, ranks in Article 26 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Additional Members of the Legislative Council of the Governor of Bengal rank in Article 27 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 19131.

The Advocates-General, Madras and Bombay, rank immediately below Article 30 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Directors of Railway Construction and Railway Traffic rank in Article 34 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 1259, dated the 15th June 1899).

Consuls-General rank as No. 37 (a) below Brigadier-Generals. Consular Officers de Carriere in their respective grades take precedence of Consular Officers who are not de Carriere.

The Revenue and Judicial Commissioner in Baluchistan ranks in Article 8S of the table when in Kalat or Las Bela or elsewhere outside the limits of his charge (Foreign Department letter No. 1284-G., dated the 1st August 1901). In British Baluchistan and the Agency territories he ranks in Article 32 (Foreign Deparment letter No. 613-G., dated the 11th April 1901).

The Director, Criminal Intelligence, ranks in Article 39 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 1230, dated the 10th June 1904).

The Members of the Legislative Council of a Chief Commissioner rank in Article 40 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

Consuls rank as No. 41(a) below Members of the Indian Civil Service of 23 years’ standing and Colonels (Foreign Department Circular letter No. 257-G., dated the 22nd February 1899). Consular Officers de Carriere in their respective grades take precedence of Consular Officers who are not de Carriere.

The Director-General of Education in India ranks in Article 44 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 1988, dated the 27th June 1902).

The Director of the Indian Institute of Science ranks in Article 46 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Secretary to the Railway Board ranks in Article 49 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 699, dated the 13th March 1905).

Officers in charge of the Zhob, Quetta-Pishin, and Thal-Chotiali districts rank in Article 50 of the table throughout their respective charges, whether British or Agency territory (Foreign Department letter No. 613-G., dated the 11th April 1901).

35. Bishops (not territorial) under license from the Crown.

36. Archdeacons of Calcutta, Madras and Bombay.

37. Brigadier-Generals.

38. Commissioners of Divisions.

39. Commissioner of Northern India, Salt Revenue and Opium Agents, Benares and Bihar.

40. Secretaries and Joint Secretaries to Local Governments and Private Secretary to the Viceroy.

Second Class

41. Members of the Indian Civil Service of 23 years’ standing and Colonels.

42. Military Secretary to the Viceroy

The Judicial Commissioner, Chota Nagpur, the Chairman of the Boards of Trustees for the improvement of the cities of Bombay and Calcutta, and the President, Rangoon Municipal Committee, within their respective charges, rank in Article 50 of the table ( Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Archdeacon of Nagpore ranks in Article 51 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 3839, dated the 29th Decemcer 1903).

The Director-General of Commercial Intelligence ranks in Artcle 52 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 699, dated the 13th March 1905).

Chief Conservators of Forests rank in Article 54 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2771, dated the 21st October 1907.

The President, Forest Research Institute and College, Dehra Dun, ranks in Article 54 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2034, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Political Agent in Kalat ranks in Article 60 of the table (Foreign Department letter No. 613-G., dated the 11th April 1901).

The first Assistant to the Agent to the Governor-General in Baluchistan ranks in Article 61 of the table (Foreign Department letter No. 613-G., dated the 11th April 1901). This order has also been extended to the First Assistant to the Resident at Hyderabad and Mysore and to the Agents to the Governor-General in Rajputana and Central India (Foreign Department letter No. 1389-G, dated the 2nd September 1903).

The Chief Inspector of Explosives in India ranks in Article 61 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 1988, dated the 27th June 1902).

The Collectors of Customs at Calcutta, Bombay, Madras, Rangoon and Karachi rank in Article 66 of the table (Home Department Notifi cation No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Deputy Director-General, Intelligence, ranks in Article 67 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 1230, dated the 10th June 1904).

The Chairman of the Port Trust, Rangoon, ranks in Article 68 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 5006, dated the 29th August 1901).

The Chairman of the Port Trust, Madras, ranks in Article 68 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Electrical Engineer-in-Chief, Telegraph Department, ranks in Article 69 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

Directors of Land Records, Directors of Agriculture and Excise Commissioners under Local Governments rank in Article 70 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2771, dated the 21st October 1907).

The Registrars of Co-operative Credit Societies under Local Governments and the Comptroller of Patents, rank in Article 70 ot the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Political Agents and Superintendents in Baluchistan drawing less than Rs. 2,000 when outside their respective charges rank in Article 73, unless their army rank or standing in the Civil Service gives them a higher place (Foreign Department letter No. 1284-G., dated the 1st August 1901). The same rule is applicable to the Political Agent in Haraoti and Tonk (Foreign Department letter No. 908-G., dated the 21st May 1903).

The Principals of Government Collges, Officers of the Indian Agricultural Service, or of the General List of the Indian Finance Department, or of the Public Works Engineer Establishment, or of the Superior Revenue establishment of State Railways, or of the Civil Veterinary, Forest, Survey, Mines, Postal, Telegraph, Customs, or Scientific Departments, or Officers of the Indian Institute of Science, or Sanitary Engineer, not being Superintending Engineers or Consulting Archtects to Local Governments drawing Rs. 1,250 a month and upwards, officers of the Police Department drawing Rs. 1,200 a month and upwards, Deputy Controllers of Military Accounts, Director of Survey, Madras, Electrical Adviser to the Government of India, Judicial Commissioner, Chota Nagpur and Secretary to the Bengal Legislative Council and Assistant Secretary to the Government of Bengal in the Legislative Department, rank in Article 73 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

43. Judicial Commissioners of the Hyderabad Assigned Districts and Baluchistan: the Superintendent of Port Blair; and Residents, Political Agents, and Superintendents drawing Rs. 2,000 a month and upwards (not being Collectors or Deputy Commissioners of British districts).

44. Inspector-General of Forests in India and Director of the Geological Survey.

45. Standing Counsel to the Government of India.

46. Directors of Public Instruction and Inspectors-General of Police and Prisons under Local Governments and Accountants-General.

47. Survey Commissioner and Director of Land Records and Agriculture, Bombay: Commissioners of Settlements and Controllers of Military Accounts.

48. Chief or Senior Civil Secretary to a Local Administration.

49. Chief Engineers, second and third classes; Deputy Surveyor-General; Deputy Director-General of Telegraphs in India, and Director-in-Chief, Indo-European Telegraph Department.

50. Divisional and District and Sessions Judges; Collectors and Magistrates of Districts: Deputy Commissioners of Districts; Deputy Superintendent of Port Blair; and the Chief Officer of each Presidency Municipality within their respective charges.

51. Archdeacons of Lahore, Lucknow and Rangoon.

52. Deputy Secretaries to the Government of India.

53. The Senior Chaplains of the Church of Scotland in Bengal, Madras and Bombay.

54. Remembrancer of Legal Affairs and Government Advocates under Local Governments.

55. Officers in the First Class Graded List of Civil Officers not reserved for Members of the Indian Civil Service.

Third Class

56. Members of the Indian Civil Service of 18 years’ standing and Lieutenant-Colonels.

57. The Deputy Director, Royal Indian Marine.

58. The Assistant Director, Royal Indian Marine.

59. Commanders and Inspectors of Machinery, Royal Indian Marine.

60. Political Agents and Superintendents drawing less than Rs. 2,000 a month (not being Collectors or Deputy Commissioners of British districts) within their own charges.

6l. Secretaries to Local Administrations other than those already specified.

62. Consulting Engineers to the Government of India for Railways. 63. Private Secretaries to Governors.

64. Military Secretaries to Governors.

65. Administrators-General.

66. Sanitary Commissioners under Local Governments; Postmasters-General: the Comptroller, Post Office; and Conservators of Forests, first grade.

67. Directors of Public Instruction, Inspectors-General of Police and Prisons under Local Administrations, and Comptrollers and Deputy Auditors-General.

Vice-Consuls rank as No. 74 (a) below Members of the Indian Civil Service of 12 years standing and Majors (Foreign Department Circular letter No. 257-G., dated the 22nd February, 1893).

The Registrars of Co-operative Credit Societies and Excise Commissioners under Local Administrations, rank in Article 77 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

The Principals of Government Colleges, officers of the Indian Educational Service and the graded Educational Service, or of the Indian Agricultural Service, or Sanitary Engineers, or Consulting Architects, or Electrical Inspectors, drawing Rs. 1,000 a month and upwards; and officers of the General List of the Indian Finance Department, or officers of the higher branch of the Military Accounts Department, or of the Public Works Engineer establishment, or of the Superior Revenue establishment of State Railways, or of the Civil Veterinary, Forest, Survey, Police, Mines, Postal, Telegraph, Customs, or Scientific Departments, drawing Rs. 900 a month and upwards, Assistant Commissioners, Northern India Salt Revenue, drawing Rs. 800 a month and upwards. Chemical Examiner for Customs and Excise, Collector of Income-Tax, Calcutta, Director, Vaccme Institute, Belgaum, First Assistant Superintendent, Port Blair, Legal Assistant in the Legislative Department of the Government of India, officers of the Archaeological Department drawing Rs. 800 a month and upwards, officers of the Excise and Salt Departments drawing Rs. 800 a month and upwards, officers of the Provincial services of not less than 18 years’ standing drawing Rs. 600 a month and upwards. Registrar to the Chief Court, Lower Burma, and Secretary to the Board of Revenue in the Department of Revenue Settlement, Survey, Land Records and Agriculture, Madras, when a member of the Provincial Civil Service, rank in Article 78 of the table (Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1913).

Consular Officers de Carriere in their respective grades take precedence of Consular Officers who are not de Carriere.

68. Managers of State Railways other than the North-Western Railway; Chairman of the Port Trust, Bombay; and Chairman of the Port Trust, Calcutta.

69. Vice-Chairman of the Port Trust, Calcutta; Directors of Traffic and Construction, Indian Telegraph Department: Examiners of Accounts, Public Works Department, first class; Officers of the Superior Revenue Establishment of State Railways, first class, first grade; Superintending Engineers, Public Works Department, first class; and Superintendents of the Survey of India Department, first grade Fourth Class

74. Members of the Indian Civil Service of 12 years’ standing and Majors.

70. Lieutenants of over 8 years’ standing and Chief Engineers of the Royal Indian Marine.

76. Government Solicitors.

77. Inspectors-General of Registration, Sanitary Commissioners and Directors of Land Records and Agriculture under Local Administrations.

78. Officers in the Third Class Graded List of Civil Officers not Reserved for Members of the Indian Civil Service.

The entries in the above table apply exclusively to the persons entered therein, and while regulating their relative precedence with each other, do not apply to the non-official community resident in India, the members of which shall take their place according to usage.

Officers in the above table will take precedence in order of the numbers of the entries. Those included in one number will take precedence inter se according to the date of entry into that number.

When an officer holds more than one position in the table he will be entitled to the highest position accorded to him.

Officers who are temporarily officiating in any number in the table will rank in that number below permanent incumbents.

All officers not mentioned in the above table, whose rank is regulated by comparison with rank in the Army, to have the same rank with reference to Civil Servants as is enjoyed by Military Officers of equal grades.

All other persons who may not be mentioned in this table to take rank according to general usage, which is to be explained and determined by the Governor-General in Council in case any question shall arise.

Nothing in the foregoing rules to disturb the existing practice relating to precedence at Native Courts, or on occasions of intercourse with Natives, and the Governor-General in Council to be empowered to make rules for such occasions in case any dispute shall arise.

All ladies to take place according to the rank herein assigned to their respective husbands, with the exception of wives of Peers, and of ladies having precedence in England independently of their husbands, and who are not in rank below the daughters of Barons, such ladies to take place according to their several ranks, with reference to such precedence in England, immediately after the wives of Members of the Council of the Governor-General.

Given at Our Court at Windsor, this tenth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and ninety eight and in the Sixty-second Year of Our Reign.

II. — Supplementary Graded List of Civil Officers not reserved for Members of the Indian Civil Service prepared under the orders of the Governor-General in Council.

First Class — (Number 55 of the Warrant)[1]

Assay Master of the Mint, Calcutta and Bombay.

Chief Judges of the Presidency Courts, Small Causes.

Commissioners of Police, Calcutta, Madras, Bombay and Rangoon.[2]

Deputy Comptroller-General.

Director-General of Archaeology.[3]

Director-General of Statistics.

Director of the Botanical Survey of India.

Inspector-General of Agriculture in India. [4]

Master of the Mint, Calcutta and Bombay.

Meteorological Reporter to the Government of India.

Superintendent of Revenue Survey, Madras.

Superintendents, Trigonometrical Surveys.

Second Class — (Number 73 of the Warrant)

Adviser on Chinese Affairs in Burma.

Agent-General in India for the British Protectorates in Africa under the Administration of the Foreign Office.[5]

Chief Collector of Customs, Burma.

Chief Inspector of Mines in India.[4]

Chief Presidency Magistrates.

Chief Superintendents of the Telegraph Department.

Collector of Customs and Salt Revenue, Sind.

Collectors and Magistrates of Districts; and Deputy Commissioners of Districts and of Settlements.

Conservators of Forests, 2nd and 3rd grades.

Deputy Accountants-General under Local Governments.

Deputy Inspectors-General of Police.

Deputy Superintendent of Port Blair.

Directors of the Persian Gulf Section, and of the Persian Section of the Indo-European Telegraph Department.

Divisional and District and Sessions Judges.

Examiners of Accounts, Public Works Department, 2nd and 3rd classes.

Government Astronomer, Madras.

Imperial Bacteriologist.

Inspector of Mines to the Government of India.

Librarian, Imperial Library.[6]

Officer in charge of the Records of the Government of India.

Officers of the Customs Department drawing Rs. 1,250 a month and upwards.

Officers of the Indian Educational Service, and of the graded Educational Service drawing Rs. 1,250 a month and upwards. Officers of the Superior Revenue Establishment of State Railways 1st class, 2nd and 3rd grades.

Principal, Mayo College, Ajmere.

Principal, Rajkumar College, Rajkot.

Reporter on Economic Products.

Superintendent, Royal Botanical Gardens, Calcutta.

Superintendents, Geological Survey of India.

Superintendents of Revenue Survey and Assessment, Bombay.

Superintendents of the Survey of India Department, 2nd grade. Superintending Engineers, Public Works Department, 2nd and 3rd classes.

Under Secretaries to the Government of India.

Third Class — (Number 78 of the Warrant)

Agricultural Chemists.

Assistant Directors of Dairy Farms.

Assistant Inspector-General of Forests.

Assistant Secretaries to the Government of India.

Collector of Stamp Revenue, Superintendent of Excise Revenue, and Deputy Collector of Land Revenue, Calcutta.

Commander of the Steamer employed in the Persian Gulf Section of the Indo-European Telegraph Department.

Deputy Collector of Salt Revenue, Bombay.

Deputy Commissioners of Northern India Salt Revenue.

Deputy Commissioners of Police, Calcutta and Bombay.

Deputy Commissioners of Salt, Abkari and Customs Department, Madras.

Deputy Conservators of Forests, drawing Rs. 800 a month and upwards.

Deputy Director of Land Records and Agriculture, Madras.

Deputy Director of the Imperial Forest School, Dehra Dun.

Deputy Directors of Revenue Settlements and Deputy Superintendents of Revenue Surveys, Madras.

Deputy Postmasters-General of the 1st, 2nd[7] and 3rd[8] grades.

Deputy Superintendents, Geological Survey of India.

Deputy Superintendents, Survey of India Department.

District Superintendents of Police drawing Rs. 800 a month and upwards.

Engineer and Electrician of the Persian Gulf Section of the Indo-European Telegraph Department. Examiners of Accounts, Public Works Department, 4th class, 1st and 2nd grades.

Executive Engineers, Public Works Department, 1st and 2nd grades.

Inspectors-General of Railway Mail Service.

Judge of the City Civil Court, Madras.

Judges of the Presidency Courts of Small Causes, and First Judge of the Small Cause Court, Rangoon.

Officers of the Customs Department drawing Rs. 900 and upwards.[9]

Officers of the Indian Educational Service and of the graded Educational Service drawing less than Rs. 1,250 a month but more than Rs. 1,000 a month.

Officers of the Superior Revenue Establishments of the State Railways, 2nd class, 1st and 2nd grades.

Palaeontologists, Geological Survey of India.

Presidency Magistrates.

Protector of Emigrants and Superintendents of Emigration, Calcutta.

Public Prosecutor in Sind.

Registrars to the High Courts and to the Chief Court, Punjab.

Sub-Deputy Opium Agents drawing Rs. 800 a month and upwards.

Superintendent of Land Records and Agriculture in Sind.

Superintendent of the Indian Museum.

Superintendent of Stamps and Stationery.

Superintendents, Telegraph Department, 1st and 2nd grades.

Table showing the relative rank of officers in the Army, Royal Navy, and Royal Indian Marine published with Home Department Notification No. 1236, dated the 26th May 1911:—

Lieutenant-Colonels

Captains under three years and officers of corresponding rank. Royal Navy.

Deputy Director, Royal Indian Marine. But junior to all
Lieutenant-Colonels.
Assistant Director, Royal Indian Marine.
Commanders, Royal Navy.
Commanders, Royal Indian Marine.
Staff Commanders and officers of corresponding rank, Royal Navy
Inspectors of Machinery, Royal Indian Marine.
Chief Engineers, Royal Indian Marine.

Majors

Lieutenants of eight years’ seniority and officers of corresponding rank, Royal Navy. But junior to all Majors.
Lieutenants, Royal Indian Marine, over eight years’ seniority.
Engineers, Royal Indian Marine, of and over nine years’ seniority.

Captains

Lieutenants under eight years, and officers of correspending rank, Royal Navy. But junior to all Army Captains.
Lieutenants, Royal Indian Marine, under nine years’ seniority.
Engineers, Royal Indian Marine.

Lieutenants

Sub-Lieutenants and officers of corresponding rank, Royal Navy. But junior to all Lieutenants.
Sub-Lieutenants, Royal Indian Marine.
Assistant Engineers, Royal Indian Marine.


  1. The entries in each class are arranged in alphabetical order.
  2. Notification No. 2002, dated the 8th September, 1899.
  3. Home Department Notification No. 1988, dated the 27th June, 1902.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Home Department Notification No. 1988, dated the 27th June 1905.
  5. Home Department Notification No. 3119, dated the 11th September 1903.
  6. Home Department Notifications Nos. 327 and 149, dated the 26th Januarv 1900, and 24th January 1903, No. 551, dated the 10th March 1904, No. 1485, dated the 6th Julv 1904 and No. 715, dated the 14th March 1905.
  7. Home Department Notification No. 2292, dated the 24th July 1902.
  8. Home Department Notification No. 2013, dated the 1st October 1911
  9. Home Department Notification No. 2013 dated the 1st October 1913