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Consecu. tive No.
Name of property.
Heretofore in charge of :
28 Life-boat, 27, feet
Port Engineer, Karáchi.
Do. 31 Boat, cutter, 25 feet 3 inches
Do. 32 Jolly-boat, 18 feet
Do. 33 Do. 22 feet 5 inches
Do, 34 Do. 16 feet 8 inches
to carry 200 tons.
III.--All other lands, buildings, harbour works, railway-lines, machinery, plant, tools, furniture, vessels and boats, and other property whatsoever not hereinbefore particularly described, heretofore in the charge of the Port Officer of Karachi, the Port Engineer of Karachi, or of the Karáchi Harbour Board.
(See Section 28.) (1). Loans raised by the Karachi Harbour Board from the public with the sanction of
the Governor General in Council and not yet discharged.
(2). Loans promised by the Governor General of India in Council to the Karáchä
Harbour Board and which are in course of being taken up.
Amounts of Loans.
Rate of interest pay
(1) Rs. 7,11,500 (being ten lákhs, minus the amount of the 4, per cent.
loan of 1883-84 raised by the Board from the public). (2) Rs. 15,50,000 ...
(See Section 37.)
Receipl for Goods by the Port Trust, Koráchi.
by the Port Trust, Karáchi, the
noted in the margin ; contents and state of the contents unknown.
Note.-If there be any apparent injury, this is to be stated.
For the Board,
(eu culin 69€). of Bruels aclothes from Kunniti Pout Trust Second to ne of Iran
of 13 latches to Kurrachi Port Trust Funds
Notification by the Government of Bombay, Political Department, dated the
6th May, 1884, Bombay Government Gazette, 1884, Part I., page 369. No. 3308.— The following Notification by the Government of India is republished :
Simla, the 23rd April, 1884. No. 12.—Whereas by Resolution(a) passed by the Secretary for India in Council on the 3rd day of October, 1872, the provisions of the 33rd of Victoria, Chapter 3, Section 1, were declared applicable to the Districts of Kohistan, Johi, Nasirabad, Sujawal, Sehwanı, Kakkar, Kambar, Jacobabad, Thul and Kasmor, bordering on the Frontier of Sind from Mithi on the Indus to the sea west of Karachi.
And whereas the Governor of Bombay in Council has proposed to the Governor General in Council a draft of the following Regulation, together with the reasons for proposing the same ; and whereas the Governor General in Council has taken such draft and reasons into consideration and has approved of such draft, and the same has received the Governor General's assent;
In pursuance of the direction contained in the said Section, the said Regulation is now published in the Gazette of India :-
REGULATION No. II. OF 1884.
Whereas it is expedient to empower District Officers on the Sind Frontier to punish persons convicted of certain offences by Courts of Elders with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, in default of payment of fine, and to dispose in inanner hereinafter provided of sums realized on account of fines; It is hereby enacted as follows :
1. (1) This Regulation may be called the Short title.
Sind Frontier Regulation, 1883; and
(2) It shall come into force at once.
2. For the last thirty-three words of Section 6 Amendment of Section 6 of Siud
of the Sind Frontier Regulation, 1872, the following Frontier Regulation, 1872.
shall be substituted, namely :• The Collector and Magistrate shall cause the decision of the Elders, in so far only as it extends to the punishment of the offender with fine, to be carried into effect as if it were a sentence of a Court, and may direct that, in default of payment of the fine, the offender shall suffer imprisonment of either description as defined in the Indian Penal Code for a term which may extend to two years.
• Provided that such imprisonment shall terminate whenever the full amount of the fine is either paid or levied by process of law.
App. (a).-See App. at p. 528 of Vol. V. of this series.
“The Collector and Magistrate may also, when causing the decision of the Elders to be carried into effect, order the whole or any part of the fine recovered to be applied
'(a) in defraying expenses properly incurred in the prosecution; and
in the opinion of the Collector and Magistrate such injury can be
compensated by money. 'At the time of awarding compensation in any subsequent Civil Suit relating to the same matter the Court shall take into account any sum paid or recovered as compensation under the last foregoing paragraph.'
(Signed) D. FITZPATRICK,
Secretary to the Government of India.
By order of His Excellency the Right Honourable the Governor in Council,
Abetment of offences under Ex-
plosives Act and at-
18841 IV. 12
boards publication of,
" By. I.
» XXII. 6(15 D)
" By.VII. 10
1886 II. 12
1883 V. 25
no time for their coming
1884 III. 12
with statement of terms
1883 XXI. 36
1886 XI. 13
exempted from attach:
1882 XXII. 18
1882 By.IV. 1
preparation of, of income
and expenditure 1884 By. I. 54
1882 XV. 88
passer for any error in