THE PROVISIONAL REGULATIONS OF THE
REWARD AND PUNISHMENT OF OFFICERS
OF PRISONS AND DETENTION HOUSES(APPROVED BY PRESIDENTIAL ORDER, DATED APRIL
2ND, 1919, UPON PETITION OF THE
MINISTRY OF JUSTICE)Article 1. Reward of officers of prisons and detention
houses shall be made in conformity with the provisions
of this article unless it is otherwise regulated by law or
ordinance.The following persons shall, according to the nature
of the case, be rewarded by recording a merit in his
favour or marking down his name for promotion; provided
that a better reward may be petitioned for in favour of a
person who has an unusually good record:
|(a) A person who has always performed his func
tions speedily and without fault.|
|(b) A person who has never neglected to see
the prison or detention house well guarded.|
|(c) A person who manages the sale of prison
|(d) A person who manages the sanitation of the
prison or detention house satisfactorily so
that the number of deaths is the smallest.|
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Book title: Laws, Ordinances, Regulations and Rules Relating to the Judicial Administration of the Republic of China.
Contributors: Joseph En-Pao Wang - Editor.
Publisher: University Publications of America.
Place of publication: Arlington, VA.
Publication year: 1976.
Page number: 232.
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