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1844-05-31 Chinese Peace Officers Regulation Ordinance criminal hair

pulling hair of the criminal. This was the first Chinese to Chinese policing law. An Ordinance for the appointment and regulation of Native Chinese Officers (Paouchong and PaouKea) with the Colony of Hong Kong.
Whereas it is expedient to adopt and preserve such Chinese Institutions as tend to the preservation of peace, and good order: Be it therefore enacted, by His Excellency the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice of the Legislative Ordinance No. 13 of 1844. Many top officials came from the police or security department, even appointed as the topest and chief officer, such as Governor May. 1844-05-31 Chinese Peace Officers Regulation Ordinance criminal hair

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