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Jun 18 1918 (PC)

Sukhu Kalwar Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jun-18-1918

Reported in : 47Ind.Cas.657

1. the petitioner has been convicted under section 54(a) of the calcutta police act, which provides that a person in possession of anything which there is reason to believe to have been stolen or fraudulently obtained shall be liable to punishment, if he fails ..... the accused was asked to produce the key of the box in which these articles were but he did not, and the box had to be broken open by the police officer; and thirdly, that the accused failed to account for the bar.'2. as regards the first of these reasons, the accused was acquitted of the charge referred to and .....

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Apr 24 1918 (PC)

In Re: the Election of Brojo Gopal Goswami as Commissioner of Ward No. ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-24-1918

Reported in : 46Ind.Cas.729

..... this court is sought on the above allegations. the petition was supported by nine affidavits. the application is under section 56 of the calcutta municipal act, which is a stupendous act consisting of a very large number of sections, schedules, bye-laws; but there is nothing relating to the matter now before me except ..... lahiry. it is untrue that voters supporting tarapada wore white badges, only his canvassers did so. hem chandra is a police officer of position. the election was being held in calcutta in the presence of a very large number of people, an election in which persons of position were taking part and ..... ; but after consideration i did not think that course should be adopted. tarapada ghosh has already instituted a complaint against him before the police authorities and it is under enquiry, and i do not think it would have been right to have him examined here pending the enquiry.5. ..... election. there is nothing in their affidavits about the conduct of hem chandra lahiry. having regard to the nature of the charges made against a police officer of position and pressed during argument, at one stage i thought it might perhaps be necessary to have him examined and cross-examined in court ..... grog-shop owners had been dissuaded and did not vote through fear. they are said to have been dissuaded by hem chandra lahiry, inspector of police, stated to be a relative of brojo gopal goswami and a friend of his. it is said by the applicant that the inspector threatened these people .....

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Jul 31 1918 (PC)

Lakhi NaraIn Das and ors. Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-31-1918

Reported in : AIR1919Cal460,49Ind.Cas.165

..... or some other provision of the code or that there was anything unlawful in the petitioners as being taken after arrest before a magistrate in the 24-pergannahs. if the police acted in any. manner unlawfully, it is open to the petitioners to take such steps to obtain redress as they may be advised to take. but it seems to me difficult ..... : 43 c. 153 : 16 cr.l.j. 618.3. a dacoity was committed within the district of the 24-pergannahs. in the course of the police inquiries into that case the petitioners were arrested in calcutta and taken into the 24-pergannahs. proceedings were thereafter on the 9th february 1918 taken against them under section 110 by a magistrate in the 24 ..... at page 32 page of 28 c.l.j--ed of the report may be referred to.4. as to manmatha, it is said that he is a receiver in calcutta of goods obtained in the 24-pergannahs. like the others he was in the magistrate's jurisdiction when, proceedings were taken against him and, in my opinion, there is nothing ..... in their arrest. he did not cause them to be arrested for the purpose of giving himself jurisdiction. the evidence is that while all the petitioners except sailendra live in calcutta, they all, except manmatha, commit dacoities and other offences in the 24 pergannahs. sailendra's house is in the latter district. the case is not distinguishable from that of monindra .....

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Jul 18 1918 (PC)

Hazarimull Shohanlal Vs. Satish Chandra Ghose

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-18-1918

Reported in : (1919)ILR46Cal331

..... under these circumstances, what is the result? these shares were obtained by fraud from satis chandra ghose by upendra nath mukherjee. he was tried in the calcutta police court and has been convicted. the conviction is on alternative sections, criminal breach of trust, or cheating, but which section really applies, is immaterial. ..... what the plaintiffs are entitled to. their purchase having been bond fide and for value from the defendant firm, under section 109 of the contract act, the plaintiffs are entitled to recover the loss caused to them in consequence of these shares being declared not to belong to them. they ..... the instrument. lord herschell added that the mere delivery of the certificate with the endorsed blank transfer and power-of-attorney signed irrespective of any act or intent of the owner of the share, was not of itself sufficient to pass the title to them. applying the tests suggested in ..... moveable property: see section 67 of the contract act. it was said that inasmuch as upendra nath mukherjee was in possession he could give good title under section 108, exception (i), but that ..... to satish chandra ghose and his clerk and that he fraudulently dealt with these shares. if the transaction is covered by section 108 of the contract act. i hold that the person who purchased these shares from him did not acquire good title. the expression 'goods' in that section includes all .....

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Jul 18 1918 (PC)

Hazarimul Shohanlal Vs. Satish Chandra Ghosh and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-18-1918

Reported in : AIR1919Cal546,48Ind.Cas.966

..... under these circumstances what is the result? these shares were obtained by fraud from satish chandra ghosh by upendra nath mukerjee. he was tried in the calcutta police court and has been convicted. the conviction is on alternative sections, criminal breach of trust, or cheating, but which section in fact it was, is ..... what the plaintiffs are entitled to, their purchase having been bona fide and for value from the defendant firm. under section 109 of the contract act the plaintiffs are entitled to recover the loss caused to them in consequence of these shares being declared not to belong to them. they claimed ..... the instrument. lord herschell added that the mere delivery of the certificate with the endorsed blank transfer and power-of-attorney, signed irrespective of any act or intent of the owner of the share, was not of itself sufficient to pass the title to them. applying the tests suggested in the ..... property, see section 76 of the contract act. it was said that inasmuch as upendra nath mukerjee was in possession, he could give good title under section 108, exception (1), but that ..... satish chandra ghosh or his clerk and that he fraudulently dealt with these shares. if the transaction is covered by section 108 of the contract act, i hold that the person who purchased these shares from him did not acquire good title. the expression goods' in that section includes all moveable .....

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Mar 18 1918 (PC)

Narendra Nath Mitter Vs. Rai Radha Charan Pal Bahadur

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-18-1918

Reported in : 48Ind.Cas.314

..... now, the rule which relates to this matter is one of the rules relating to the conduct of elections which were made in pursuance of the calcutta municipal act of 1899. this is rule 2, and it runs as follows:every person who is a candidate for election shall send to the chairman, not ..... case mr. narendra nath mitter sent in four documents. the first was a letter signed by himself and addressed to the chairman of the corporation of calcutta in these words:dear sir,'i beg to send you herewith my nomination paper for election as municipal commissioner for ward no. 6 at the ensuing ..... my learned brother mr. justice chaudhri. the matter arose in connection with the candidature of mr. narendra nath mitter for the forthcoming municipal election in calcutta. this gentleman was a candidate for the corporation, and he sent in certain documents to the chairman of the corporation in connection with his nomination. ..... the reputation of his client. it appears that those affidavits had not been used before mr. justice chaudhuri, but that the learned counsel who was then acting for the appellant, (which learned counsel is not before us to-day) decided not to use those affidavits before the learned judge.17. under those ..... a valid nomination.2. the chairman decided in favour of mr. narendra nath mitter. a rule was obtained under section 45 of the specific relief act; and, upon the hearing of that rule the learned judge made it absolute, with the result that he overruled the decision at which the chairman .....

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May 20 1918 (FN)

Hays Vs. Gauley MountaIn Coal Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-20-1918

..... from invested property leads to the inference that that portion of the gross proceeds which represents gain or increase acquired after the taking effect of the act must be regarded as "gross income," and to this end it must be distinguished from that portion which represents a return of the capital value ..... made during the year preceding that in which the assessment was levied and collected. we do not regard the decision as controlling, because the language of the act now under consideration is different in material particulars. as pointed out in doyle v. mitchell brothers co., ante, 247 u. s. 179 , page 247 ..... and was taxed upon this amount as gains, profits, and income for the latter year. this court held that, by the true construction of the act, except as to gains and profits from trade and commerce and sales of real property, the statute only applied to such gains, profits, and income as ..... f. 110), whereupon a writ of certiorari was allowed. the case was submitted together with several other cases decided this day arising under the same act. the agreed facts are in substance as follows: the company is a mining corporation organized under the laws of the state of west virginia. the ..... opinion of the court. suit by the gauley mountain coal company against the collector to recover taxes alleged to have been unlawfully collected under corporation excise tax act of august 5, 1909, c. 6, 36 stat. 11, 112, 38. the district court gave judgment in favor of defendant, which was reversed .....

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Mar 18 1918 (PC)

Narendra Nath Mitter Vs. Radha Charan Pal

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-18-1918

Reported in : AIR1919Cal637,(1919)ILR46Cal119

..... , the rule which relates to this matter is one of the rules relating to the conduct of elections which were made in pursuance of the calcutta municipal act of 1899. this is rule 2 and it runs as follows:every person who is a candidate for election shall send to the chairman, not ..... case, mr. narendra nath mitter, sent in four documents, the first was a letter signed by himself and addressed to the chairman of the corporation of calcutta in these words: ' dear sir,5. i beg to send you herewith my nomination-paper for election as municipal commissioner for ward no. 6 at the ..... my learned brother mr. justice chaudhuri. the matter arose in connection with the candidature of mr. narendra nath mitter for the forthcoming municipal election in calcutta. this gentleman was a candidate for the corporation, and he sent in certain documents to the chairman of the corporation in connection with his nomination. ..... reputation of his client. it appears that those affidavits had not been used before mr. justice chaudhuri, but that the learned counsel who was then acting for the appellant (which learned counsel is not before us to day) decided not to use these affidavits before the learned judge.19. under those ..... a valid nomination.2. the chairman decided in favour of mr. narendra nath mitter. a rule was obtained under section 45 of the specific relief act and, upon the hearing of, that rule the learned judge made it absolute with the result that he overruled the decision at which the chairman .....

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May 28 1918 (PC)

Musammat Shabban Bibi Vs. Babu Khaliq Shah and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-28-1918

Reported in : AIR1919All112(2); 51Ind.Cas.624

..... have been effective before a jury, but which certainly did no good under the circumstances. the learned gentleman who represented the plaintiff before the commissioner in calcutta is not subject to the disciplinary jurisdiction of this court. i cannot call upon him for an explanation of his conduct and i, therefore, refrain from ..... come forward to bolster up a false claim, we are obliged to consider precisely what this argument is worth. izharuddin ahmad is an ex-sub inspector of police, who somehow found it expedient to resign his post, after seventeen years' service, without pension or gratuity. nawab shujayat ali khan is a needy soion ..... may have taken place as early as 1861-2 a.d., the date given by the plaintiff for her marriage at patna; but it was probably about 1866 8 a.d. according to tbe statement of the first defendant, who puts it 'ten or twelve years' after the commencement of the illicit connection.11 ..... for any lesser dowry; or point out that, according to his admissions on page 34a, he either knows nothing about the three gentlemen named as having acted as 'kazi' and formal witnesses to the plaintiff's marriage with raja muhammad salamat khan, or else really believes them to be still alive and residing ..... the plaintiff. i would almost go so far' as to say that, if there were nothing else in the case, i should be prepared unhesitatingly to act on my firm belief that 'nanhe khan' is an impossible name for any legitimate son of 'saiyid abad husain.' the name, on the face of it .....

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Jan 15 1918 (PC)

Kherode Behari Gossami Vs. Raja Narendra Lal Khan

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-15-1918

Reported in : 55Ind.Cas.310

..... january 1911.8. it appears from the raja's letter of the 22nd january 1911 to his attorney h. n dutt that purna babu was going to calcutta and the raja requested his attorney to act in consultation with him; that was with reference to the transaction which materialised in the deed dated the 23rd january 1911.9. there is no evidence ..... would undertake the liability to repay it, even if any such representation was in fact made.10. the suit is not brought under section 130 of the transfer of property act, 1882, but the cause of action is based upon the ground that under the circumstances of this case the 1st defendant became a trustee for the plaintiff in respect of .....

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