The Institution Of Rangers

Original Language Title: La Istituzione Di Guardie Forestali

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N. 24.
Law for the establishment of Rangers.

We the Captains Regent of the Republic of San Marino
promulgate and publish the following law approved by the Great and General Council in its
Returning delli September 16, 1924:
1. From the Corps of Gendarmes are detached two forest guards with the special assignment:
1). to oversee that they are not committed theft or damage on plants, sown things,
on crops pendants and deposited on the fields;
2). like watching that does not happen usurpation of land or borders to the detriment of the public
tax authorities;
3). to enforce those laws to be enacted and the defense of forests and in particular
for hydrogeological purposes, to combat pests and plant them on an m planting, to encourage
reforestation, for the consolidation of the ground by inerbamento,
to limit or regulate the exercise of the pasture etc.
Art. 2.
The Rangers are militarized and considered, for all intents and purposes, public officials: Consequently
1). They may be employed in any service p lice:
2). must denounce all crimes of public action:
3). Regulations are subject to the body of Gendarmes from which will be especially regulated and
as applicable to the Regulations for Militia and the military discipline regulations:
4). must, before taking the service, lend the oath indicated by art. 5 of the Regulations on the body of Gendarmes
The Rangers depend - both for the discipline that for service - directly from
Political Inspectorate.
The Congress will establish the military uniform that must be worn by the Rangers.
3. The appointment of the Rangers will be made by the State Congress in via annual assignment renewable
confirming the Congress itself.
The guards will have a reward equal to that of the Gendarmes.
They will be able to appoint both the San Marino that foreign long as they are, and by age and health,
fit for service, and as long as they have clean records and good conduct.
Given at Our Residence September 16 1924.
Angelo Manzoni Borghesi - Francesco Mularoni
Giuliano Gozi