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District Officers are required to show (1)—The total number of cases under each heading disposed of during the Quarter; (2)—The total number of cases under each heading pending at the close of the Quarter; (3)—Number of cases under each heading in which convictions were obtained during the Quarter; (4)—Number of cases under each heading in which defendants were acquitted during the Quarter; (5)—Quantity of salt confiscated and quantity released during the Quarter under each heading
District Officers are requested to submit a memo., as soon as possible, giving the information above required for the two past Quarters of the current year.
In Rule 4, for the words “the Court of Wards,” in lines 2 and 3, substitute the words “the manager of the Ward's property," and cancel the rest of the rule.
For Rule 5, substitute“In regard to any suit which may have been instituted against or on the part of any ward of the Court, before the “ estate of the ward whom it concerns was brought under the “ Court's control, and which has, consequently, been instituted
against or in the name of some manager, naib, or gomashta, “ other than the manager appointed by the Court, the Collector “shall cause an application to be made to the Court in which “ the suit is pending, to cause the name of the manager appointed “ by the Court of Wards, or that of some other person, as pro“ vided in Section 69 of Act IV (B. C.) of 1870, to be substitut“ed for that of such manager, naib or gomashta, as next friend or guardian of the ward in the suit."
ADD to Rule 3, page 342, Board's Rules-
“ing eight years as the minimum age for admission, applies to
boys, other than wards of the Court, whom it may be proposed “to admit to the benefits of the institution."
The following words are added at the end of para. 6 of Form No. 12, pages 88 and 89 of Board's Rules“of spirits manufactured in the English method, or one seer of “ spirits manufactured according to the native system."
In continuation of Circular Order, No. 11 of July last, it is notified, for the information and guidance of all officers subordinate to the Board, that under the orders of the Government of Bengal, in the General Department, dated 3rd November 1870, the subjoined form should be adopted in reporting the deaths of European Uncovenanted Officers. This form properly filled in, should be submitted immediately upon the death of any uncovenanted European Officer, for transmission to Government:
Return of the Death of a European Uncovenanted Officer of Gor
ernment in the District of
UNDER the provisions of Section 24, Act XVIII of 1869, when an improperly stamped document is impounded by a Registering
Officer and sent to the Collector, the Collector is required either to prosecute the parties to the instrument, when it appears that Rev. Cir. there was an intention to evade payment of the proper stamp duty; or in other cases, to levy a penalty under Section 20, when the parties appear before him to claim their document.
It has, however, been brought to the notice of the Board that, in these last mentioned cases, when the Collector sees no sufficient grounds for instituting a prosecution, parties very seldom appear to claim their documents, and that this omission is probably owing to the fear that a severe penalty or punishment will be the result. As any undue severity in carrying out the provisions of Section 20 of the Stamp Act is calculated to lead to the ev asion of both the Stamp and Registration Laws, the Board are of opinion that Collectors would do well to exercise the discretion vested in them of remitting the penalty (vide Clause b, Section 24), and in no case inflict a penalty exceeding of the
) amount prescribed by Section 20, when the error has arisen from ig norance of the law.
A copy of this Circular Order will be forwarded to the Registrar General, with a request that he will inform all Sub-Registrars and parties who may produce insufficiently stamped documents before them, of the course which will be, in future, adopted.
See SALE OF Goods.
See Co-RESPONDENT's RighT TO BE HEARD IN APPEAL.
See MUTUAL DEALINGS.
See SALE OF Goods.
See DILUVIATION OF LAND.
See SALE OF Goods.
See Act I of 1845, s. 21.
TUNDAN SING v. BABOO Pukh NARAYAN SING
See MAHOMEDAN LAW.