The Tea Act,1953
Section 50. Power of Board to make by-laws
(1) The Board may make by laws consistent with this Act and the rules made thereunder, to provide for –
(a) The dates, time and place of its meetings and of the meetings of the Executive and other Committees and quorum for such meetings, and the procedure thereat;
(b) The delegation of powers and duties to the Executive or any other committee, or to its Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary or any other of its officers;
(c) The travelling allowances of members and of members of Committees;
(d) The appointment, promotion and dismissal of its officers and other employees other than those appointed by the Central Government and the creation and abolition of their posts;
(e) The conditions of service of its officers and other employees other than those appointed by the Central Government, including their pay, leave, leave allowances, pensions, gratuities, compassionate allowances and travelling allowances and the establishment and maintenance of a provident fund for them;
(f) The maintenance of its accounts;
(g) The persons by whom, and the manner in which payment deposits and investments may be made on its behalf
(h) The custody of moneys required for its current expenditure and the investment of moneys not so required;
(i) The preparation of statements showing the sums allotted to Departments of the Central and State Governments and other institutions.
(2) No by-law shall take effect until it has been confirmed by the Central Government and published in the Official Gazette, and the Central Government, in confirming a by-law may charge therein which appears to be necessary.
(3) The Central Government may, by notification in the Official, Gazette, cancel any by-law which it has confirmed and thereupon the by-law shall cease to have effect.