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Jan 29 1913 (PC)

Leakat HusaIn Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-29-1913

Reported in : 18Ind.Cas.685

..... within the scope of clause (4) of section 62 a. of the calcutta police act (act iv b.c. of 1866) and clause (4) of section 39a of the calcutta suburban police act (act ii b.c. of 1866). the two sections are in identical terms and were inserted in the acts referred to by the calcutta and suburban police (amendment) act (act iii b.c. of 1910).2. clause (4) runs as follows: 'the ..... commissioner of police may also, by order in writing, prohibit any procession of public assembly whenever and for ..... or may have any concern whatsoever on the 7th august 1912, within the town and suburbs of calcutta, the commissioner of police, in pursuance of the provisions of section 62a clause (4) of act iv of 1866 b.c. and section 39a clause (4) of act ii of 1866 b.c. as modified up to the 1st june 1910, hereby prohibits you, the said leakat husain ..... , from having any concern whatsoever with any procession or any public assembly on the 7th day of august 1912, within the limits of the town and suburbs of calcutta.4. on the same day, i.e., 4th august 1912, the commissioner of police .....

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Jan 29 1913 (PC)

Leakat HosseIn Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-29-1913

Reported in : (1913)ILR40Cal470

..... acts referred to by the calcutta and suburban police (amendment) act (beng. iii of 1910).2. clause (4) runs as follows: 'the commissioner ..... not be set aside, on the ground that the order of the commissioner of police, dated the 4th august, 1912, does not come within the scope of clause (4) of section 62a of the calcutta police act (beng. iv of 1866), and. clause (4) of section 39a of the calcutta suburban police act (beng. ii of 1866). the two sections are in identical terms, and were inserted in the ..... of police may also, by order in writing, prohibit any procession or public assembly, whenever and for so ..... may have any concern whatsoever, on the 7th of august, 1912, within the town and suburbs of calcutta, the commissioner of police, in pursuance of the provisions of section 62a, clause (4), of act iv of 1866 (b.c.), and section 39a, clause (4), of act ii of 1866 (b.c.), as modified up to the 1st june 1910, hereby prohibits you, the said leakat .....

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Jun 10 1913 (FN)

Macleod Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-10-1913

..... are to be used for the purpose of paying the expenses of government under the military occupation, such as the salaries of the judges and the police, and for the payment of the expenses of the army. " page 229 u. s. 427 to the same effect, executive order of the ..... , imposed by the authorities of the united states and of the provisional government of the islands prior to march 8, 1902 (the date of the act of congress temporarily providing revenue for the philippine islands, 32 stat. 54, c. 140), and there is no expression of purpose in the statute ..... in the enemy's country, and to penalize violations of orders in that respect. but whatever the authority of the commander at manila, or those acting under his direction, to control shipments by persons trading at manila, and in vessels sailing from there of american registration, such authority did not ..... were in possession of the de facto government of insurgents were an illegal and unwarranted exaction covered neither by the order of the president nor the ratifying acts of congress. 45 ct.cl. 339 reversed. the appellant, william stewart macleod, surviving partner of macleod & company, brought suit in the court ..... distinguished. statutes relating to territory occupied by the military forces of the government should be construed in the light of the purpose of the government to act within the principles of international law, the observance of which is essential to the peace and harmony of nations. duties collected by the united states on .....

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Jan 31 1913 (PC)

Pusuluri Varahaswami Vs. Mantena Ramachandra Raju

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-31-1913

Reported in : (1913)24MLJ298

..... ,' the court of appeal point out that the claim of the plaintiff was not in the nature of damages for a wrong (p. 275). the claim there arose from an act which was not unlawful but was done lawfully in the exercise of statutory powers. it is pointed out that the compensation might be regarded as the price payable for the ..... it to the plaintiff) was nothing more than a right to recover damages, a mere right to sue within the meaning of section 6(e) of the transfer of property act and could' not be transferred. if krishna boyamma's claim was founded on tort it is well settled that the claim is not assignable. see the judgment of the court ..... by the court of appeal reversing wright, j. that 'a claim under section 68 of the land's clauses consoidation act 1845, compensation in respect of an interest in lands, hijuriously affected was not a claim to damages for a wrongful act, but a claim to compensation for damages done in the lawful exercise of statutory powers and that such a claim .....

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Jan 31 1913 (PC)

Pansulari Vencatasawmi Vs. Mentana Ramachandra Raju

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-31-1913

Reported in : 18Ind.Cas.520

..... out that the claim of the plaintiff was not in the nature of damages for a wrong (page 275). the claim there arose from an act which was not unlawful, but was done lawfully in the exercise of statutory powers.15. it is pointed out that the compensation might be regarded as the price payable for ..... it to the plaintiff), was nothing more than a right to recover damages, a mere right to sue within the meaning of section 6(e) of the transfer of property act, and could not be transferred. if krishnaboyamma's claim was founded on tort, it is well settled that the claim is not assignable. see the judgment of the court of ..... . but, i think, the case is clearly distinguishable. there, it was held by the court of appeal, reversing wright, j., that a claim under section 68of the lands clauses consolidation act,1845, to a compensation in respect of an interest in lands injuriously affected, is not a claim to damages for a wrongful ..... act, but a claim to compensation for damages done in the lawful exercise of statutory powers, and that such a claim was capable of assignment.'14. the court of appeal points .....

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Jun 30 1913 (PC)

Legal Remembrancer Vs. Matilal Ghose and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jun-30-1913

Reported in : (1914)ILR41Cal173

..... withheld. i do not mean to say that this indicates the limits of our jurisdiction; but in this case the acts complained, of, namely printing and publishing, were committed in calcutta and on the facts of the case i do not think that the contempt alleged need be considered from any point ..... of this high court are specified in section 8, namely, the supreme court and the courts named sadder dewani adawlut and sadder nizamut adawlut at calcutta. consequently, the fundamental question which requires examination is,--whether, in a matter of the description now before us, any of the abolished courts had jurisdiction ..... been guilty of contempt?95. on the first point, the facts are of the simplest, and not in dispute. the respondent printed and published in calcutta comments on events connected with a charge that had been made against a number of persons of an offence under section 121a of the penal code. ..... justifies the initiation and continuance of the proceedings. in the eighth place, these articles do undoubtedly insinuate in places that the preliminary investigation by the police has been carried on in an objectionable manner. an insinuation of this description may merit strong disapprobation, and it is unfair to the investigating officers, ..... pure.' see also charlton's case (1837) 2 my. & cr. 316; 40 e.r. 661, macgill's case (1748) 2 fowl. 404, in re wallace (1866) l.r. 1 p.c. 283, people v. oyer and terminer court (1886) 101 n.y. 245; 54 am. rep. 691 state v. knight (1893) 3 .....

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Sep 18 1913 (PC)

Emperor Vs. Gangapa Kardepa

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-18-1913

Reported in : (1913)15BOMLR975

..... of so peculiar a character that to found a conviction on that class of evidence alone is illegal, and for this proposition there is the authority of the calcutta case already referred to. but to this proposition also i must respectfully demur. there is, i believe, no law whatever prescribing the credibility of evidence. ..... view that the decisions of this court and of all the other high courts m india, at least madras and calcutta high courts, have put an erroneous interpretation upon section 30 of the evidence act. i feel clear that the confessions of co-accused may be taken into consideration under section 30 of the indian ..... 4. against this is the circumstance that the confessing accused were in each instance for three or four days in the custody of . the police before they confessed and that whilst in such custody they produced property alleged to be stolen. how it came about that they were so long in ..... police custody does not appear. accused 3, 6, 7 and 8 were all defended by three pleaders but no cross-examination of witnesses was directed ..... by the sessions judge to offend against any of the provisions of the indian evidence act, and i do not think they do so offend. i think also that they are. substantially true statements and are not the result of police or other tutoring. a careful parusal of the statements themselves convinces me of this. .....

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Sep 01 1913 (PC)

Kali Charan Mukherjee Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Sep-01-1913

Reported in : (1914)ILR41Cal537

..... in a carriage from place to place for about two hours in the streets of calcutta, but was not able to point out either rasu prasad or his place of residence. he was then made over to the police and prosecuted with the result already stated. the chief presidency magistrate has held that ..... pass through the custom house. consequently, he is liable to be convicted of the offence of attempting to import cocaine in contravention of the bengal excise act, and to be punished under section 61 read with section 46 clause (a) and section 2 clause (12). we convict him accordingly and set aside ..... be deemed to be in possession of the cocaine. in this view, the conviction of the petitioner under sections 46 and 52 of the bengal excise act cannot be supported. we are clearly of opinion, however, that this is a case to which the provisions of sections 236 and 237 of the criminal procedure code ..... cannot hold that every person who might have possession of the bill of lading was in possession of the cocaine within the meaning of the bengal excise act, irrespective of all other circumstances; if this view were not maintained, cox & co., and all their assistants who had handled the bill of lading, ..... the consignee might have obtained delivery and physical possession of the consignment, was 'possession' within the meaning of section 9 clause (c) of the opium act, 1878. it was pointed out by the learned judges that by the possession of the railway receipt, the consignee had dominion or control over the parcel .....

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Sep 01 1913 (PC)

In Re: Mahomed Ali

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Sep-01-1913

Reported in : (1914)ILR41Cal466

..... -'englishmen and christians into hatred, the fact that it was likely to bring them into hatred. the result of this notification was that the police in calcutta confiscated the pamphlet, and mr. mahomed ali now applies before us to have the confiscation set aside on the ground that the pamphlet is ..... it has discharged the almost hopeless task of establishing that his pamphlet does not contain words which fall within the all comprehensive provision of the act. i describe it as an almost hopeless task, because the terms of section 4 are so wide that it is scarcely conceivable that any ..... assassination and anarchical outrage. comprehensive words were designedly used to catch crime and the incitement to crime posing in the guise of innocence.35. the act was directed against crime and aimed at its prevention. i doubt whether publications with an authorship, a source, and purpose like those of the present ..... notification does not comply with the provisions of the act, still we are, in my opinion, barred from questioning the legality of the forfeiture it purports to declare.17. this brings me to the ..... oar duty top hold that there had been no legal forfeiture.16. that section, however, provides that every declaration purporting to be made under the act shall, as against all persons, be conclusive evidence that the forfeiture therein referred to has taken place. the result is that though i hold the .....

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Dec 06 1913 (PC)

Emperor Vs. Ram Lochan and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-06-1913

Reported in : (1914)ILR36All143

..... section. there is a market in the town of kopaganj in the district of azamgarh on land which belongs to musammat dhan debi, a lady who resides in benares. the police reported to the sub-divisional magistrate that a breach of the peace was likely to-take place between some of the servants of musammat dhan debi and one rameshwar, who ..... market at kopaganj.' having these two parties before him, the magistrate took their evidence and found 'that rameshwar had been appointed by the banias and other dealers in kopaganj to act as chaudhri and that these persons agreed to pay him at the the rate of two pice per head of cattle brought to the market laden with articles for sale ..... of the section, as to the third objection, it seems to me that if there was truth in the statement of these servants of musammat dhan debi that they were acting in the interests and for the benefit of musammat dhan debi, then she must be deemed 'a party concerned in the dispute' and as such was a necessary party to .....

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