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14. In section 510 of the same Code, for the word “the” before
the words “Chemical Examiner" where those Amendment of section 510. words first occur, the word "any” shall be
substituted. New section to follow section
15. After section 541 of the same Code 5+1.
the following shall be inserted, namely:“ 541A. (1) If any person liable to be imprisoned or committed to Removal to criminal jail of
. criminal juil of custody under this Code is in confinement in accused or convicted persons who a civil jail, the Court or Magistrate ordering are in confinement in civil jail, the imprisonment or committal may direct that and their return to the civil jail.
the person be removed to a criminal jail. (2) When a person is removed to a criminal jail under sub-section (1), he shall, on being released therefrom, be sent back to the civil jail, unless oither.
“ (a) three years have elapsed since he was removed to the crimi
nal jail, in which case he shall be deemed to have been dis-
Civil Procedure; or
certified to the officer in charge of the criminal jail that he
16. After section 558 of the same Code Addition of new section after
the following section shall be added, section 558.
“ 559. A public servant having any duty Officers concerned in sales not
to perform in connection with the sale of any to purchase or bid for property.
property under this Code shall not purchase or bid for the property."
17. In Schedule II. of the same Code, between the two lines of entries Correction of omission in
against section 211 of the Indian Penal Code Schedule II.
the following shall be inserted, namely:
“If offence charg- Ditto ... Ditto ... Ditto ... Ditto ... Imprisonment
Imprisonment Court of Session, ed be punishable
of either de Presidency with imprison
scription for Magistrate or ment for seren
Magistrate of years.
the first class.
18. In the same Schedule, for section 225A and the line of entries Further amendment of Sche- against that section the following shall be dule II.
“225B Resistance May arrest Warrant Ditto. Ditto. Imprisonment Ditto.” or obstruc without
of either detion to law warrant.
six months, hension, or
or fine, or
19. In the part of Schedule III. of the same Code entitled “IV.
Ordinary Powers of a Sub-divisional MagisCorrection of omission in
trate," the following shall be inserted after the Schedule III.
second article, namely :-
Bombay District Police Act, 1867.
20. The last nine words of section 23 of 17 xw/9,5-20 Amendment of Bombay Dis.
the Bombay District Police Act, 1867, are trict Police Act.
auch. Po hereby repealed!
Indian Penal Code. 21. (1) In the second clause of section 40 of the Indian Penal Code, Amendment of sections 40 and between the figures “66” and “71” the 64 of the Indian Penal Code. figures “ 67” shall be inserted.
(2) In the second clause of section 64 of the same Code, after the, word "punishable" the words with imprisonment or fine, or” shall be inserted. 22. In section 75 of the same Code, for the words or or to double
the amount of punishment” to the end of the Amendment of section 75 of
section, the following shall be substituted, the Indian Penal Code.
namely :“or to imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to ten years.”
23. After the first paragraph of section Addition to section 216 of the
216 of the same Code the following shall be Indian Penal Code.
inserted, namely :"<< Offence'in' this section includes also any act or omission of which a person is alleged to have been guilty out of British India which, if he had been guilty of it in British India, would have been punishable as an offence, and for which he is, under any law relating to extradition, or under the Fugitive Offenders Act, 1881(a), or otherwise, liable to be apprehended or detained in custody in British India ; and every such act or omission shall, for the purposes of this section, be deemed to be punishable as if the accused person had been guilty of it in British India." Substitution of new sections
24. (1) For section 225A of the same for section 225A of the Indian Penal Code, and repeal of section Code the following sections shall be substitut651 of the Code of Civil Proce.
ed, namely :dure.
“ 225A. Whoever, being a public servant legally bound as such public Omission to apprehend, or
servant to apprehend, or to keep in confinesufferance of escape, on part of
ment, any person in any case not provided public servant in cases not other for in section 221, section 222 or section 223, wise provided for.
or in any other law for the time being in force, omits to apprehend that person or suffers him to escape from confinement, shall be punished
" (a) if he does so intentionally, with imprisonment of either de
scription for a term which may extend to three years, or with
fine, or with both ; and 8. 23 (a).- The Act is 44 and 45 Vic., c. 69.
“(b) if he does so negligently, with simple imprisonment for a term
which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both. " 2253. Whoever, in any case not provided for in section 224 or
section 225 or in any other law for the time Resistance or obstruction to lawful apprehension, or escape or
being in force, intentionally offers any resisrescue, in cases not otherwise tance or illegal obstruction to the lawful appreprovided for.
hension of himself or of any other person, or escapes or attempts to escape from any custody in which he is lawfully detained, or rescues or attempts to rescue any other person from any custody in which that person is lawfully detained, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to six months, or
with fine, or with both.” XiT (9152034 (2) Section 651 of the Code of Civil Procedure is hereby repealed. och r. Pati
Prisoners Act, 1871. 2 R. Coco Substitution of new sections
25. for sections 30, 31 and 32 of the for sections 30, 31 and 32 of the Prisoners Act, 1871, the following shall be S. 93 rucha Prisoners Act.
substituted, namely :“30. When any person is, or has been, sentenced to imprisonment by
any Court, or, in default of giving security Removal from one jail to ano for keeping the peace or maintaining good ther in territories under same Local Governinent.
behaviour, has been committed to, or is detain
ed in, prison under section 123 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1882, the Local Government, or (subject to its orders and under its control) the Inspector General of Prisons, may order bis removal during the period for which he has been sentenced to imprisonment or the security has been ordered to be given, as the case may be, from the jail or place in which he is confined to any other jail or place of imprisonment within the territories subject to the same Local Government.
“31. (1) Whenever it appears to the Local Government that any Removal of lunatic prisoners.
person detained or imprisoned under any order
or sentence of any Magistrate or Court is of unsound mind, that Government, by a warrant setting forth the grounds of belief that the person is of unsound mind, may order his removal to a lunatic asylum or other place of safe custody within the territories subject to the same Local Government, there to be kept and treated as the Local Government directs during the remainder of the term for wbich he has been ordered or sentenced to be detained or imprisoned, or, if on the expiration of that term it is certified by a medical officer that it is necessary for the safety of the prisoner or others that he should be further detained under medical care or treatment then until he is discharged according to law.
“(2) When it appears to the Local Government that the prisoner has become of sound mind, that Government, by a warrant directed to the person having charge of the prisoner, shall, if the prisoner is still liable to
be kept in custody, remand him to the prison from which he was removed or to another prison within the territories subject to the same Local Government, or if the prisoner is no longer liable to be kept in custody, order him to be discharged.
“(3) The provisions of section 9 of Act XXXVI. of 1858 (relating to Lunatic Asylumas) shall apply to every person confined in a lunatic asylum under sab-section (1) after the expiration of the term for which he was ordered or sentenced to be detained or imprisoned; and the time during which a prisoner is confined in a lunatic asylum under that sub-section shall be reckoned as part of the term of detention or imprisonment which he may have been ordered or sentenced by the Magistrate or Court to undergo.
"(4) In any case in which a Local Government is competent under sub-section (1) to order the removal of a prisoner to a lunatic asylum or other place of safe custody within the territories subject to the same Local Government, the Governor General in Council may order his removal to any lunatic asylum or other place of safe custody in any part of British India ; and the provisions of this section respecting the custody, detention, remand and discharge of a prisoner removed by order of a Local Government shall, so far as they can be made applicable, apply to a prisoner removed by order of the Governor General in Council. “32. When any person is, or has been, sentenced to imprisonment by
any Court, or, in default of giving security for Removal of prisoners from ter- maintaining good behaviour, has been commitritores under one Local Government to territories under another.
ted to, or is detained in, prison under section
123 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1882, the Governor General in Council may order his removal during the period for which he has been sentenced to imprisonment or the security has been ordered to be given, as the case may be, from the jail or place in which he is confined to any other jail or place of imprisonment in British India.”
Act No. XI. of 1886. RECEIVED THE ASSENT OF THE GOVEĽNOR GENERAL ON THE 12th March, 1886.
THE INDIAN TRAMWAYS ACT, 1886.