The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Stuart, Sir Harold Arthur
Stuart, Sir Harold Arthur, K.C.S.I., (1912); K.C.V.O., (1906); C.S.I., (1903); I.C.S.; Member of Council, Madras, since 4th July, 1913; s. of late Peter Stuart, C.E.; b. 1860; educ: Bishop’s Stortford, and King’s College, Cambridge; joined service in Madras, 1881; Under Secretary to Government, 1885-90: Superintendent, Census Operations, Madras, 1891; Private Secretary to Governor of Madras, 1896; Collector, 1897; Inspector-General of Police, Madras, 1898; Dy. Secy., Govt, of India; Secretary, Indian Police Commission, 1902; Director, Criminal Intelligence Department, 1904; Secretary to Government of India (Home Department), 1908; Member, Imperial Legislative Council, 1908; Secretary, Police Commission, 1902-03; accompanied the German Crown Prince in his Indian tour as Chief of Staff, 1910-11; reverted as Chief Secretary to Govt. of Madras, 1911; became Temporary Member of Council, Madras, 1912. Publications; Madras Census Report, 1891: Edited the North Arcot District Manual originally prepared (1880) by Mr. A. F. Cox, C.S.I. Address: “The Grange”, Adyar, Madras; Ootacamund. Club: East India United Service.