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Amendment of sections 29

10. In section twenty-nine, first clause, and 30. (Court to act of its

and in section thirty, after the word “Court," own motion.)

the words “on application or of its own motion” shall be inserted.

11. In section forty-four, for the word "e. xvlys Amendment of section 44. (“ Place” substituted for “ talu

“ taluqa” the

word "place" shall

substituted. 2 12. To the same section the following shall be added, namely :-R do

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may

in
any case,

for reasons to
Addition to section 44. (Exten-
sion of period for showing cause.)

be recorded by it in writing, from time to

time extend the period of one month allowed for showing cause under this section.”

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13. In section forty-seven, for the words “such certificate as afore

said in reference thereto" the following shall be Amendment of section 47. substituted, namely:—“acertificate in reference (Conciliator's certificate available thereto obtained by him under section forty-six only for one year.)

within the year immediately preceding."

3 14. In sectiong fifty and fifty-tiro, für the words and figures “ Chap-XV/98529 Amendment of sections 50

ter II. and Chapter IV." the words and figures to 53. (Extension of revision to “Chapter II., Chapter IV. and Chapter VI.proceedings under Chapter VI.)

shall be substituted; and in sections fifty-one and fifty-three, for the words and figures "Chapter II. or Chapter IV.” the words and figures "Chapter II., Chapter IV. or Chapter VI.” shall be substituted.

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Amendment of section 54. (Power to refer to High Court under section 617 of Act XIV. of 1882.)

15. To section fifty-four the following shall be added, namely:

“But the District Judge or Special Judge, or an Assistant or Subordinate Judge or Bench, may refer to the High Court, under section 617 of the Code of Civil Procedure, any question of law, or usage having the force of law, or the construction of a document, arising in any case pending before him or it under this chapter as if that case were a suit or an appeal pending before him or it; and in respect of every reference so made, sections 618 to 621 of the said Code, both inclusive, shall apply :

“Provided that no reference shall be made under this section by any Assistant or Subordinate Judge, or by any Bench of which the District Judge or Special Judge is not a member, without the previous sanction of the District Judge or Special Judge, as the case may be.”

16. In section fifty-seven, after the words “power-of-attorney” the

following shall be inserted, namely :-"exeAmendment of section 57. cuted and authenticated in such manner as the (Powers-of-attorney.)

Local Government may, from time to time, by

rule prescribe.” XTy/919.2.0) (Pleaders, &c., excluded in addi

Repeal of part of section 68. 17. The last thirteen words of the first orchi Pl. tional cases.)

clause of section sixty-eight are repealed. Certain agricultural produce

18. After section seventy-three the folexempted from attachment, &c. lowing section shall be inserted, namely :

« 73A. When the Collector has taken any immoveable property of a judgment-debtor or insolvent into his possession under section twenty-two or section twenty-nine, he may, by an order in writing, direct that any other such property not so taken shall be deemed to be reserved for the support of the judgment-debtor or insolvent and the members of his family dependent on him, and may rescind that order.

While any such order continues in force in respect of any immoveable property, agricultural produce grown on that property shall not be attached or sold in execution of a decree passed whether before or after this Act comes into force, and shall not vest in the receiver appointed in any insol

vency-proceedings. 2 xTqr salu 19. Notwithstanding anything contained in the foregoing sections of todi. Pri

this Act, the period of limitation for any suit Limitation of suits.

instituted within two years from the day on which this Act comes into force, and to which, if this Act had not been passed, section seventy-two of the Dekkhan Agriculturists' Relief Act, 1879, would have applied, shall be the period prescribed by that section.

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Sch I PET.

Bombay Act No. I. of 1882. (Repeals Bombay

Act VII. of 1878.)

Bombay Act No. II. of 1882.
RECEIVED THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL ON THE 17Th March 1882,
AND PUBLISHED BY THE GOVERNOR OF BOMBAY ON THE 29th March 1882.

An Act to amend Bombay Act II. of 1874.
WHEREAS it is expedient to abolish the fund called “The Civil Jail
Fund” and to provide for the disposal of subsistence money remaining in
hand on the death or release of prisoners in the Civil Jail, and for this
purpose to amend Bombay Act II. of 1874 ; It is enacted as follows:-

Act. II. is declared, under S. 3 of Act XIV. of 1874, to be in force in the territory of Peint. G. G. 1887, p. 234.

1. In lieu of the last twenty-eight words of Section fifteen of the said

Act the words "if any be present and willing Amendment of Section 15 of

to take charge of it" shall be substituted; Bombay Act. II. of 1874.

and to the said section the following clause shall be added, viz. : “If no relative or friend of a prisoner who has died in prison is present and willing to receive and dispose of his corpse, it shall be buried, burnt, or otherwise disposed of.”

2. For Section sixteen of the said Act Amendment of Section 16 bf the said Act.

the following section shall be substituted,

namely: “ 16. If at the time of a prisoner’s death or release any of the Disposal of subsistence money

subsistence money furnished by the party at in hand on prisoner's death or whose suit such prisoner was detained, remains release.

unexpended, notice shall be forth with given to the party paying the same, and the balance so remaining unexpended shall be returned to such party or his representatives, provided that he or they claim payment thereof within three months from the date of such notice; failing which such balance shall become the property of Government.

“The cost of disposing of the corpses of deceased prisoners under Cost of disposing of corpses

clause two of the last preceding section and of and of other expenses connected procuring comforts for sick prisoners and with Civil Jail to be provided by generally for the maintenance of the Civil Jail Government.

shall be provided by Government, subject to such rules as Government may from time to time prescribe in this behalf.”

3. The balance, if any, at the credit of the Civil Jail Fund on the Balance of Civil Jail Fund to date when this Act comes into force shall be be at disposal of Government.

at the disposal of Government

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Bombay Act No. III. of 1882.
RECEIVED THE ASSENT OF THE Governor GENERAL ON THE 17th March 1882,
AND PUBLISHED BY THE GOVERNOR OF BOMBAY ON THE 29th March 1882.

An Act to amend the Bombay and Karáchi Vaccination Acts.
WHEREAS it is expedient to amend the Bombay and Karáchi Vaccination

Acts of 1877 and 1879, respectively ; It is
Preamble.

hereby enacted as follows :

1. This Act may be cited as Short title.

Vaccination Acts Amendment Act, 1882.” 2. In Section 8 of Bombay Act I. of 1877 and in Section 8 of Amendinent of Section 8 of Bombay Act IV. of 1879, instead of the Bombay Acts I. of 1877 and IV. words “an earlier day” the following words of 1879.

shall be substituted namely:any earlier or later day."

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R 1963.5.4.1chp?. Bombay Act No. IV. of 1882.

RECEIVED THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL ON THE 25TH APRIL 1882,
AND PUBLISHED BY THE GOVERNOR OF BOMBAY ON THE 1514 May 1882.

An Act to amend Act XLVIII. of 1860.
Whereas it is expedient to amend certain provisions of Act XLVIII.
of 1860:
1. The following sections Are substituted for Section 17 enet 18 of

Act XLVIII. of 1860, which we hereby Alterations in Act XLVIII. of repealed, and shall be read and taken as part 1860.

of the said Act XLVIII. of 1860:17. (Repealed by Bombay Act III. of 1888.) Any officer of Police generally or specially deputed to that daty

by the Commissioner of Police may, without a Powers of Police as to inspec- warrant, enter any shop or premises for the tion, search and seizure.

purpose of inspecting or searching for any weights or measures or instruments for weighing or measuring used or kept therein.

“If he finds in such shops or premises any weights, measures or instruments for weighing or measuring which he has reason to believe are false, he may seize the same, and shall forth with give information of such seizure to the Magistrate having jurisdiction; and if such weights, measures or instruments shall be found by the Magistrate to be false, they shall be destroyed.”

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Bombay Act No. V. of 1882.
RECEIVED THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL ON THE 8TH AUGUST 1992,
AND PUBLISHED BY THE Governor of BOMBAY ON THE 18th August 1882.

An Act to amend the Bombay Salt Act of 1873.
Whereas it is expedient to amend the Bombay Salt Act of 1873 and

to make provision for the occasional appointPreamble.

ment of a Commissioner of Salt Revenue to be intermediate between Government and the Collector of Salt Revenue, it is hereby enacted as follows:

1. In section three after the eighth paraAddition to section 3.

graph the following shall be inserted (namely):“But whenever a Commissioner of Salt Revenue shall be appointed under section 4 of this Act, such officer shall exercise under Government the chief control in the said Department, and the Collector of Salt Revenue shall be subordinate to him in all matters connected with the administration of this Act."

2. To section four the following clause Addition to section 4.

shall be added (namely) : “The Governor in Council may also from time to time appoint a person to hold the office of Commissioner of Salt Revenue, and may from time to time cancel such appointment and keep the said office in abeyance and may thereafter revive the same, and may direct that during the continuance of such office any of the powers conferred or duties imposed by this Act on the Collector of Salt Revenue shall be exercised or performed exclusively by the Commissioner of Salt Revenue."

3. To section six the following clause Addition to section 6.

shall be added (namely) “Whenever a Commissioner of Salt Revenue shall have been appointed under section 4 of this Act, an appeal shall lie from all proceedings and orders of the Collector of Salt Revenue to the Commissioner of Salt Revenue, whose proceedings and orders shall likewise be subject to the general control of the Governor in Council." Section 61 repealed.

4. Section sixty-one is hereby repealed. Act to be read with Bombay

5. This Act shall be read and taken as Act VII. of 1873.

part of Bombay Act VII. of 1873.

Bombay Act No. VI. of 1882. (Repealed by

Bombay Act III. of 1888.)

Bombay Act No. VII. of 1882.
RECEIVED THE ASSENT OF THE Governor GENERAL ON THE 4th November 1882,
AND PUBLISHED BY THE GOVERNOR of BOMBAY ON THE 18TH NOVEMBER 1882.
An Act to provide for the levy of fees for the use of Public Landing-places.
Whereas it is expedient to provide for the levy of fees for the use of

public landing-places in certain ports in the
Preamble.

Bombay Presidency; It is hereby enacted as
follows:

1. This Act shall be called “the Bom-
Short title.

bay Landing and Wharfage Fees Act, 1882.” Present local extent and

2. It shall extendpower to extend the Act.

(a) to the Ports of Karachi and Aden;
that to any other ports in the Presidency of Bombay to which the

Governor in Council may from time to time by notification in the
Bombay Government Gazette and other local official Gazette, extend
the Act.

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Act V., 8. 2.-See G. G. 1882, p. 753.

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