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THE THIRD SCHEDULE.

FORMS.

A.
[See section 53.]
In the Small Cause Court for
A. B.

(Plaintiff),

versus

of

C. D.

(Defendant). A. B. of

,in the town of oath (or affirms] and saith that C.D. indebted to

in the sum of Rs. rent of the house and premises No.

, situated at the town of

due for

months, to wit from the rate of Rs.

per mensem. Sworn (or affirmed] before me the

, maketh

, is justly for arrears of

in to

day of

18

Judge or Registrar]

B.

[See section 54.]
In the Small Cause Court for

FORM OF WARRANT. I hereby direct you to distrain the moveable property of C. D., on the house and premises situate at No.

, in the town of

for the sum of Rs. and the costs of the distress, according to the provisions of Chapter VIII. of the Presidency Small Cause Courts Act, 1892. Dated day of

18

(Signed and sealed.)

To E. F., Bailiff and Appraiser.

C.

[See section 59.]
In the Small Cause Court for
FORM OF INVENTORY AND Notice.

(State particulars of property seized.) Take notice that I have this day seized the moveable property contained in the above inventory for tbe sum of

Rs., being the amount of

months' rent due to A. B. at

last, and that unless you pay the amount thereof, together with the costs of this distress, within five days from the date hereof, or obtain an order from one of the Judges or the Registrar of the Small Cause Court to the contrary, the same will be appraised and sold pursuant to the provisions of Chapter VIII. of the Presidency Small Cause Courts Act, 1882. Dated the day of

(Signed) E. F.

Bailiff and Appraiser,
To C. D.

188

D.

[See section 64.]

In the Small Cause Court for

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Take notice that we have appraised the moveable property seized on the day of

under the provisions of Chapter VIII. of the Presidency Small Cause Courts Act, 1882, of which seizure and property a notice and inventory were duly served upon you (or upon

on your behalf, as the case may be] under date the and that the said property will be sold on the

[two clear days at least after the date of the notice] at

pursuant to the provisions of the said Act. Dated this day of

188

(Signed) E. F.

G. H.,

Bailiff's and Appraisers.

To C. D.

E.

[See section 66.]

In the Small Cause Court for

SCALE OF FEES TO BE LEVIED IN DISTRAINTS FOR HOUSE-RENT.

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The above scale includes all expenses, except in suits where the tenant disputes the landlord's claim, and witnesses have to be subpænaed, in which case each subpæna for sums under Rs. 40 must be paid for at four annas each, and twelve annas above that amount; and also where peons are kept in charge of property distrained, four annas per day must be paid per man.

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Act No. XVI. of 1882. (N. W. Provinces.)

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RECEIVED TAE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL ON THE 7TH

JUNE 1882.

An Act to amend the Indian Ports Act, 1875.

WHEREAS it is enacted by the Indian Ports Act, 1875, section thirtyeight, that no vessel of the burden of two hundred tons or upwards shall be moved in any port to which that section has been specially extended without

having a Pilot, Harbour-master, or Assistant of the Master Attendant or Harbour-master on board; and that no vessel of any burden less than two hundred tons and exceeding one burdred tons shall be moved in any such port without having on board a Pilot, Harbour-master, or Assistant of the Master Attendant or Harbour-master, unless authority in writing so to do has been obtained from the Conservator or some officer empowered by him to give such authority;

And whereas it is expedient to exempt Native vessels when moved in the Port of Bombay from the provisions of the recited section;

And whereas it is also expedient to exempt pleasure-yachts throughout British India from the levy of port-dues ;

It is hereby enacted as follows:

Short title. Cominencement.

1. This Act may be called the Indian Ports Act, 1882; and it shall come into force at once.

Amendment of section 38 of 2. To the recited section the following Act. XII. of 1875 metr, Native vessels in Port of Bombay.

words shall be added :Nothing in this section shall apply to Native vessels when they are moved in the Port of Bombay.

« If any question arises as to whether any vessel is a Native vessel within the meaning of this section, the decision thereon of such authority as the Governor of Bombay in Council may, from time to time, appoint in this behalf shall be conclusive.”

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Act No. XX. of 1882.

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RECEIVED THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL ON THE

26TH OCTOBER, 1882.
THE INDIAN PAPER CURRENCY ACT, 1882.

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An Act to amend the law relating to the Government Paper Currency.
WHEREAS it is expedient to amend the law relating to the Government

Paper Currency; It is hereby enacted as
Preamble.

follows:

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