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Oudh Laws Act, 1876 Chapter V - Bare Act

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Section TitleSubsidiary Rules
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The State Government may, from time to time, {The words "with the previous sanction of the G.G.in C." rep.by Act 14 of 1878, s.5.} make rules consistent with this Act as to-

(a) the discipline and remuneration of the village and roadpolice and the regulation of their number, location anti duties;

(b) the disposal of unclaimed property under Act No.5 of 1861 (for the regulation of police), sections 25, 26 and 27;

(c) public health and conservancy at fairs and other large public assemblies, and the maintenance of a proper watch and ward at such fairs and assemblies;

(d) imposing {The words "with the previous sanction of the G.G.in C." rep, by the A.O.1937.} taxes for those purposes only;

{Subs., ibid., for the original cl.(e).} [(e) the keeping and custody of civil, criminal and revenue records.]

{Cl.(f) was omitted by the A.O.1937, cl.(g) relating to s.25 of this Act was omitted by the Oudh Rent Act, 1886, Amendment Act, 1901 (U.P.4 of 1901).The proviso was omitted by the A.O.1937.}


Section 40 - Publication of rules

1[40(1)].Publication of rules

All rules made by the State Government under section 39, and all rules made by the {Subs.by the A.O.1950 for "Chief Court".} [High Court] under section 27, shall be published in the Official Gazette, and shall thereupon have the force of law.

2[(2) Every rule made by the State Government under section 39 shall be laid, as soon as may be after it is made, before the State Legislature.]

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1. Substituted by The Delegated Legislations Provisions (Amendment) Act, 2004

2. Inserted by The Delegated Legislations Provisions (Amendment) Act, 2004


Section 41 - Continuance of prior rules as to matters for which rules may be made under the Act [Repealed]

Rep.by the Repealing and Amending Act, 1891 (12 of 1891).


Section 42 - Penalty for breach of rules

Whoever breaks any rule made or continued under this Act, not being a rule made by the {Subs.by the A.O.1950 for "Chief Court".} [High Court], shall, on conviction before a Magistrate; be punishable with fine which may extend to fifty rupees, or with imprisonment for a term which may extend to six months, or with both.





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