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Sep 09 1997 (HC)

Babu Bhai and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1998CriLJ565

..... word might be used in a scientific experiment. 11. thereafter, it was held that the case falls within the proviso of section 50-a of the calcutta police act, 1866.12. in these circumstances, i am also of the view that the observations and reasonings given in saligram's case (1933 (34) cri lj 168) ..... is saved by section 12 of the above ordinance. in support of this contention, the learned counsel has placed reliance on saligram v. emperor air 1933 calcutta-8 : 1933 (34) cri lj 168.6. on the other hand the learned public prosecutor has supported the impugned actions of the circle inspector in ..... it may be stated here that under section 13 of the above ordinance gaming at public streets place of thoroughfare has been made actionable and the police officer has been authorised to apprehend without warrant to any person found gaming in the above places. section 12 of the above ordinance provides that ..... case (1933 (34) cri lj 168) (cal) (supra). in that case, the petitioner moved an application to the police authorities for grant of permission to carry on the above game at 124, bow bazar street, calcutta for a period of three months. the permission was granted to the petitioner but later on, the ..... police authorities countermanded the sanction regarding arrow dart game on the ground that it did not belong to the classes .....

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Sep 29 1967 (HC)

Jay Engineering Works Ltd. and ors. Vs. State of West Bengal and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1968Cal407,72CWN440

..... powers and duties under cr. p. c. properly understood are in perfect harmony with the duties enjoined by section 23 of the police act, 1861, section 10a of calcutta police act, 1866 and section 4a of calcutta suburban police act. instead of being in conflict, they are complementary to each other. it is the particular fact of each case that determines the manner ..... warrant of entry and inspect any drinking shop gaming-house or other place of resort of loose and disorderly characters'.154. section 10a of calcutta police act 1866 and section 4a of calcutta suburban police act are almost similar though careful comparison will show that there are some differences in particulars which are important in themselves but need not be emphasised ..... . in my view, there is no merit in this contention of the learned advocate general. the duties of the police officers created by the calcutta police act, 1866 and the police act 1861, are by no means duties which a police officer is at liberty to discharge or avoid discharging those duties are mandatory in nature. in discharging those duties, however ..... apart from the manner and method of prevention of offences and apprehension of offenders under the criminal procedure code section 10a(1) of the calcutta police act. 1866. and section 23 of the police act 1861, prescribe duties of the police for the prevention of commission of cognizable offence, public nuisance, detection of offences and apprehension of persons for whose apprehension sufficient grounds .....

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Nov 25 1969 (HC)

Ganapati Sur and anr. Vs. the State and anr.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : 1971CriLJ107

..... to an ancillary submission made by mr. bhattacharya on behalf of the state. the learned advocate has sought to interpret the provisions of the calcutta police act, 1866, on the grounds of public policy and the convenience of the public. he baa urged that the grant of the licences to the hawkers ..... nugatory. i agree with the submissions of mr, biswas and mr. chakraborty and i hold that the present proceedings under section 66 of the calcutta police act, 1866, against the accused are not maintainable in law and a oontinu-anca thereof, in the facts and circumstances of the cases, would be an ..... proper interpretation of the pro. visions of 8. 66 of the calcutta police act, 1866, and the words used therein viz , 'any of the following offences' one will have to depend on the rules relating to the interpretation of ..... have committed no offence and consequently no abetment thereof has been made by the petitioner no. 1. i find'accordingly that 8. 66 of the calcutta police act, 1866, the kingpin whereof is any one of the offences catalogued therein, would have no application to the facts of the present case.7. for a ..... is in conflict with any express reatric tion laid down by the statute, encroaching upon the aforesaid right of the corporation. section 66 of the calcutta police act, 1866, in view of the terms thereof, does not constitute such a restriction and on the basis of the dootrine of incidental powers of the corporation .....

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Jul 01 1960 (HC)

Paschim Banga Malbahi Cycle Mazdoor Union and ors. Vs. Commissioner of ...

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1961Cal125,65CWN213

..... the calcutta police act, 1866 and section 38-a of the calcutta suburban police act 1866 which were incorporated in the two acts, in 1948 by ss. 2 and 3 of the calcutta and suburban police (amendment) act 1948 (west bengal act xxxv of 1948), and also of a notification issued by the commissioner of police, calcutta on 12-3-1959 in exercise of his powers under the said two sections of the calcutta police act and calcutta suburban police act ..... .n. mookerjee, j.56. in these two rules, certain common points of law arise, touching the validity of section 61a of the calcutta police act, 1866, and section 38a of the calcutta suburban police act, 1866, and also of the notifications, issued thereunder by the commissioner of police, calcutta, on 13-3-1959, prohibiting, in short, the plying or use of 'tricycles with platform bodies, attached at the back, for ..... one judgment.3. the impugned notification dated 12-3-1959 under section 61a(1) of the calcutta police act 1866 reads as follows:'in exercise of the powers conferred on me by sub-section (1) of section 61a of the calcutta police act 1866 (bengal act iv of 1866), i, slid u. mukharji, commissioner of police, calcutta, do hereby prescribe, with die previous consent of the state government, the type of vehicles .....

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Apr 04 1988 (HC)

Bengal Club Ltd. Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Police and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : 1989CriLJ535

..... section 3 of the calcutta police act, 1866/calcutta suburban police act, 1866, as amended by west bengal act xlviii of 1978, comes within the purview of police licence to be issued by the commissioner of police in terms of section 39 of the calcutta police act 22 of the suburban police act, read with section 41 of the calcutta police act/24 of the suburban police act. the petitioner was ..... /s. 24 of the suburban police act, 1866. it was further stated that the club ..... calcutta police act, 1866, or of the calcutta suburban police act 1866, as mentioned by the west bengal act, xlviii of 1978. according to the case of the petitioner the club does not come within the purview of the police licences required to be issued by the commissioner of police in terms of either section 39 of the calcutta police act, 1866 .or of section 22 of the suburban police act read with section 41 of the calcutta police act 1866 ..... the nature of certiorari be issued requiring the respondents to certify and transmit the records of the case against the petitioner under the calcutta police act 1866, as amended by west bengal act xlviii of 1978 as also the memo bearing no. 1611/p.s. -----------------------------p.s./110/fees/non-payment/84dated 6th feb., .....

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Apr 21 1943 (PC)

Benoari Lal Sarma and ors. Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1943Cal285

..... the presidency area (emergency) security act, 1926 (bengal act 3 of 1926); (m) any ..... sections 19, 20 and 25, european vagrancy act, 1874 (9 of 1874); (i) any offence under section 34, calcutta suburban police act, 1866 (bengal act 2 of 1866) and section 57, calcutta police act, 1866 (bengal act 4 of 1866); (j) any offence under sections 6 and 7, eastern frontier bifles (bengal battalion) act, 1920 (bengal act 2 of 1920); (k) any offence under the goondas act, 1923 (bengal act 1 of 1923); (1) any offence under ..... ) any offence under section 34, calcutta suburban police act, 1866 (bengal act 2 of 1866) and section 57, calcutta police act, 1866 (bengal act 4 of 1866); (j) any offence under sections 6 and 7, eastern frontier bifles (bengal battalion act) 1920 (bengal act 2 of 1920); (k) any offence under the goondas act, 1923 (bengal act 1 of 1923); (1) any offence under the presidency area (emergenoy) security act, 1926 (bengal act 3 of 1926); (m) any .....

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Mar 29 1935 (PC)

M.A. Adams and anr. Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1935Cal466

..... in the card room of the premises can rightly be described as instruments of gaming within the meaning of the definition contained in section 3, calcutta police act, 1866.15. we have given our very careful attention and consideration to that point. a large number of authorities were cited to us upon this point ..... keeping and using that place as a common gambling house on the night of 25th january 1935 and so committed an offence under section 44, calcutta police act, 1866. in order to make plain what the position was, it is necessary that i should recapitulate the facts which were given in evidence before the ..... and rightly satisfied that gaming within the meaning of the definition given in section 3 of the act was going on in those premises on the night of 25th january because in section 3, calcutta police act, 1866, gaming is defined as including wagering or betting except wagering or betting upon a horse race, ..... the authority of a warrant signed by the deputy commissioner of police under the provisions of section 46, calcutta police act, 1866, sub-inspector syed hossain of the detective department raided certain premises consisting of two rooms situated on the first floor of ..... that none of those authorities were really of any assistance to the court, because they had all come into existence before the definition in the calcutta police act of 1866 assumed its present shape. both sides overlooked the fact that the definition of 'instruments of gaming' as it now stands as well as the .....

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Jun 18 1912 (PC)

Ram Pratap Nemani Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1912)ILR39Cal968

..... instruments of gaming, or of the house, room or place or otherwise' (section 3, act iv of 1866). by act iii (b.c.) of 1897 the following was added to the definition of 'common gaming house' in section 3 of the calcutta police act, 1866: 'or in which rain-gambling, that is to say, wagering on the occurrence or ..... high court had held in the case of queen-empress v. narottamdas motiram (1889) i.l.r. 13 bom. 681 that bombay act iv of 1887 a similar act to the calcutta police act, did not apply to betting, and that there was no law in india which made betting illegal. there is a distinction between betting ..... opinion is, a most pernicious form of gambling, and yet may not be rendered penal by the act under which these convictions have been held.3. the offence which is created by section 44 of the calcutta police act is that of owning or keeping of being employed in a common gaming house, or advancing or ..... in placing stakes publicly upon instruments of gaming for the pecuniary benefit of those who keep the racing establishment.,11. the offence as created by the calcutta act is a purely technical one and nothing has ever been done on this side of india to include any form of betting or wagering without instruments ..... which this rule was issued is whether a certain form of gambling which has become well-known in calcutta as cotton-gambling comes within the provisions of section 44 of act iv of 1866 as amended by act iii of 1897 (b.c.).2. we may say at the outset that this is a pure question .....

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Jun 18 1912 (PC)

Ram Pratap Nemani and ors. Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : 16Ind.Cas.171

..... instruments of gaming, or of the house, room or place or otherwise.' (section 3, act iv of 1866). by act iii (b. c.) of 1897, the following was added to the definition of 'common gaming house,' in section 3 of the calcutta police act, 1866 : 'or in which rain-gambling, that is to say, wagering on, the occurrence ..... year 1889, the bombay high court had held in the case of queen-empress v. narottamdas motiram 13 b. 681 that bombay act iv of 1887, a similar act to the calcutta police act, did not apply to betting and that there was no law in india which made betting illegal. there is a distinction between betting ..... opinion, is., a most pernicious form of gambling, and yet may not be rendered penal by the act under which these convictions have been held.3. the offence which is created by section 44 of the calcutta police act is that of owning or keeping, or being employed in, a common gaming house, or advancing ..... placing stakes publicly upon instruments of gaming for the pecuniary benefit of those who keep the racing establishment.10. the offence as created by the calcutta act is a purely technical one and nothing has ever been done on this side of india to include any form of betting or wagering without instruments ..... which this rule was issued is whether a certain form of gambling, which has become well known in calcutta as cotton gambling, comes within the provisions of section 44 of act iv of 1866, as amended by act iii of 1897 (b.c).2. we may safely say at the outset that this is a pure .....

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Apr 08 1993 (HC)

Dr. Anindya Mitra and anr. Vs. the State of West Bengal and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1993)1CALLT436(HC)

..... that the statutory powers of granting such permission upon consideration of the said application under relevant provisions of the police act (act v of 1961) and the calcutta police act, 1866 (act iv of 1866) and all other act and statutory orders or notifications in force, rests with the commissioner of police, calcutta and he has not applied his mind by not admitting the said application nor by rejecting it and communicating ..... also met the calcutta police authoirties, the home secretary and the chief secretary to the government of west bengal on different dates ..... on this occasion, a public meeting at brigade parade ground, calcutta on april 11, 1993. the petitioner no. 1 being the secretary on behalf of the petitioner no. 2 being the said party applied accordingly to the commissioner of police, calcutta on march 1, 1993 for usual permissions under the police act and calcutta police act, 1866 and all other act in force. the representations of the petitioner no. 2 .....

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