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Feb 11 1931 (PC)

Ramendra Chandra Ray Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Feb-11-1931

Reported in : AIR1931Cal410

..... impartiality and justice.5. turning to the facts of the present, case: on 24th january the commissioner of police made an order under section 62-a, sub-section 4, calcutta, police act, 1866, and.. section 93-a, calcutta suburban police act;.. 1866, prohibiting within the town and? suburbs of calcutta any procession or public assembly in any way connected with what is termed independence day,, namely on 26th january ..... 11. it has been argued on behalf of the petitioner that inasmuch as the common object charged was the commission of an offence under section 62-a (6) (ii), calcutta police act, which is a local law within the definition given in section 42, i p.c. and as that offence is not punishable with imprisonment for a term of six months ..... the common object of such assembly, namely committing the said offence, to wit, the breach of the lawful order issued by the commissioner of police, calcutta, dated 24th january 1931, under section 62-a, clause (1), calcutta police act, force and violence was used by members thereof and the offence of rioting was commibted, and thereby you the said subhas chandra bose committed ..... assembly, the common object of which was to commit an offence, viz. to commit a breach of the lawful order issued by the commissioner of police, calcutta, dated 24th january 1931, under section 62-a, clause (1), calcutta police act, an offence under section 62-a (6) (ii), and thereby you, the said subhas chandra bose, committed an offence punishable under section 143, .....

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Aug 04 1931 (PC)

Ganesh Chandra Khan and Sons Vs. the Corporation of Calcutta

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-04-1931

Reported in : AIR1933Cal117

..... me, that it is addressed to ganesh chandra khan and sons, no. 73-b bagbazar street, to answer a charge made against the firm under section 386(1)(a), calcutta municipal act of 1923, in respect of premises 'aforesaid.' the learned magistrates in his explanation says that by mistake in the office the place of occurrence was not specifically mentioned in the ..... , a summons was left at the residential house of ganesh chandra khan. in that summons the petitioner firm was required to answer a charge made under section 386(1)(a), calcutta municipal act of 1923, for using or attempting to use the premises no. 73-b, baghbazar street, for storing lime without license. the date of the offence was given as 2nd ..... the firm one ganesh chandra khan, resides at 75-b, baghbazar street, but nothing is stored there. on 2nd june 1931 the firm applied to the license officer of the calcutta corporation for a license in respect of dealing in and storing of lime at no. 11 neogi ghat street, and again applied on 5th june 1931 to the health officer .....

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May 22 1931 (PC)

Sashadhar Acharjya Vs. Sir Charles Tegart

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-22-1931

Reported in : AIR1932Cal229

..... unnamed opposite parties whose names the petitioners have not yet discovered are to be included. the petitioners complain against certain officers of the calcutta police in respect of certain acts done by them at chandanagore in the territory of france where to put the matter shortly, a raid was conducted upon a house ..... ordinary course to the jurisdiction of some other officer. we are not concerned with any question of transfer of a case from the mofussil to calcutta or vice versa, nor is any case made out before us why we should transfer this case from any officer whose duty it would be ..... there been any question of his evading the jurisdiction of the court by going away. on the night of 5th march, it seems sir charles left calcutta for england and, on the afternoon of the 6th, the application of the petitioners was altogether dismissed. in these circumstances, in may, a petition was ..... in the petition are numerous; but the first matter is this, it is alleged that the first opposite party sir charles tegart, the commissioner of police, who had been unsuccessfully prosecuted by the petitioners before the chief presidency magistrate gave an undertaking to this high court when dealing with an application in ..... contempt of court for him to leave calcutta on the evening of the 5th. it seems to me that this mere statement is sufficient to show that this court cannot possibly think it a fit case in which to take any proceeding in contempt against the police commissioner.3. the next matter is .....

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Dec 16 1931 (PC)

Chand Khan Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-16-1931

Reported in : AIR1932Cal489

1. there were seven accused tried for en offence under section 54-a, calcutta police act. the other accused who were dandis of a boat were acquitted. the present applicant has been convicted as being the majhi of the boat and sentenced to six weeks' rigorous .....

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Apr 07 1931 (PC)

Emperor Vs. G.V. Vaishampayan

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Apr-07-1931

Reported in : AIR1932Bom56; (1931)33BOMLR1159

..... under section 10 to prove what that propaganda was to be; and if the pamphlet was to contain an account of the attack on the lamington road police-station, the prosecution must be entitled to prove what that version was, not as a mere narrative of past events but as a statement which swami ..... learned counsel for the defence object. it is not the case for the crown that the object of the conspiracy was achieved by the attack on the police-station. that, it is said, was merely an incident. i find the following passage in the record of the committing magistrate:-bapat told swami to ..... to have been a co-conspirator but is not an accused before this court. the statements had reference to the alleged attack on the lamington road police station and were alleged to have been made after the return of the attacking party to the approver at his residence. the objection is that such ..... statements made after the completion of the attack do not come within section 10 of the indian evidence act, inasmuch as they were not made in reference to the common intention of the con-spitators. for the crown mr. velinker argues that any statement ..... act intended is in the future and the section makes relevant statements made by a conspirator with reference to the future. 1 interpret the words 'in reference to their common intention' to mean in reference to what at the time of statement was intended in the future. this appears to me the ratio decidendi of the calcutta .....

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Feb 09 1931 (PC)

U.K. Mitra Vs. Corporation of Calcutta

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Feb-09-1931

Reported in : AIR1932Cal63,136Ind.Cas.465

..... a license he cannot be ordered to pay any fee for the license. section 391 is silent about fees. see no foe can be charged.7. section 498 (2), calcutta municipal act, makes it quite clear that the corporation may charge a fee. then it has been argued that it is illegal to impose any sentence of imprisonment in default of payment ..... .1. in these four cases one u. k. mitra who is the lessee of the building known as the minerva theatre has been prosecuted and convicted under section 391, calcutta municipal act, for keeping open a theatre without a license.2. the first point which has been argued by the petitioner is that it is the owner of the theatre and not ..... of fine. section 64 i. p. c, read with section 26, general clauses act, make it quite clear that such imprisonment in default is legal. the next point urged is that the corporation cannot levy an annual license fee. they can only levy a ..... of the expression certain english decisions have been cited to me. they are of no assistance whatever. in the first place the wording of the english act is different for the expression in the english act is 'keep' and obviously 'keep' and ' keep open' are entirely different things. secondly, they are in no way binding on me and so have no more .....

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Mar 19 1931 (PC)

Corporation of Calcutta Vs. Sm. Sumeria Bewx

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-19-1931

Reported in : AIR1932Cal269

..... have been argued by the respondent before us are these: it is contended first of all that on a true construction of sections 386 and 387, calcutta municipal act, the corporation was not empowered to refuse license.7. section 386, sub-section (1) runs thus:no person shall use or permit to be used ..... . it appears that the chief executive officer of the corporation had refused her a license for which she applied under the terms of section 386, calcutta municipal act, 1923. from his decision an appeal was preferred to the corporation which was considered and disposed of by the health committee who supported the decision ..... for fiscal purposes in respect of professions, trades and callings and taxes to be paid thereon: see the case of bepin behari ghose v. corporation of calcutta [1907] 34 cal. 913.12. there is no reason why the mere fact that she is called upon to take out such a license as ..... in any way precluded from exercising a discretion which is vested in it as guardian of the public health under an entirely different part of the act in issuing or refusing other licenses based upon totally different considerations.13. the result is that we think the judgment of the lower appellate court ..... concerned.9. the second point argued by the learned advocate for the respondent was that assuming that the true construction of section 386 of the act was that the corporation had a discretion in the matter of granting license, the procedure adopted by the authorities was such that from its arbitrary .....

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Mar 19 1931 (PC)

Corporation of Calcutta Vs. Srimati Sumeria Bewa

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-19-1931

Reported in : 136Ind.Cas.638

..... have been argued by the respondent before us are these: it is contended first of all that on a true construction of sections 388 and 387, calcutta municipal act, the corporation was not empowered to refuse license.7. section 386, sub-section (1) runs thus:no person shall use or permit to be ..... . it appears that the chief executive officer of the corporation had refused her a license for which she applied under the terms of section 386, calcutta municipal act, 1923. from his decision an appeal was preferred to the corporation which was considered and disposed of by the health committee who supported the decision ..... fiscal purposes in respect of professions, trades and callings and taxes to be paid thereon: see the case of bepin behari ghose v. corporation of calcutta 34 c. 913.12. there is no reason why the mere fact that she is called upon to take out such a license as is contemplated ..... in any way precluded from exercising a discretion which is vested in it as guardian of the public health under an entirely different part of the act in issuing or refusing other licenses based upon totally different considerations.13. the result is that we think the judgment of the lower appellate court ..... concerned.9. the second point argued by the learned advocate for the respondent was that assuming that the true construction of section 386 of the act was that the corporation had a discretion in the matter of granting license, the procedure adopted by the authorities was such that from its arbitrary .....

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May 25 1931 (FN)

Indian Motocycle Co. Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-25-1931

..... page 283 u. s. 571 4. where a motorcycle is sold by its manufacturer to a municipal corporation of a state for use by such corporation in its police service, the transaction cannot constitutionally be taxed by the united states under 600 of the revenue ac of 1924. pp. 283 u. s. 572 , 283 u. ..... to a municipal page 283 u. s. 573 corporation of a state for use by such corporation in its police service, can the transaction be taxed under 600 of the revenue act of 1924 consistently with the constitutional immunity of the state and her governmental agencies from federal taxation? our jurisdiction to ..... in business for gain, it is well settled that the principle does not extend to their private property or private business, but only to their operations or acts as such agencies; [ footnote 2 ] and, in harmony with this view, it also has been held where a state departs from her usual governmental ..... agreed statement accepted below, a decision of the question, either way, will be decisive of the case. p. 573. 2. the tax laid by 600 of the revenue act of 1924 upon certain specified articles, including motorcycles, "sold . . . by the manufacturer . . . " equivalent to 5% of the price for which they are so ..... city of westfield, a municipal corporation of that commonwealth, for use by the city in its police service. a tax in respect of the sale was assessed and collected from the plaintiff under 600 of the revenue act of 1924, c. 234, 43 stat. 322. after due but unsuccessful effort to have the .....

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Jul 27 1931 (PC)

Ambica Charan Roy and ors. Vs. Emperor

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-27-1931

Reported in : AIR1931Cal696

..... of the calibre '320 of belgian make and having certain marks. they also at that time and place seized plans of various power stations in calcutta. the fourth item is that on 10th september at 12-30 p. m. the accused rohini kanta adhikari was arrested as he was entering no ..... see whether the find of this document is independent evidence of this particular conspiracy - conspiracy to manufacture explosive substances to kill europeans and officers of police and conspiracy which is limited in time between december 1929 and october 1930. the mere fact that there is no way of putting a data ..... in these two tubes, that the proper inference is that the traces of fulminate of mercury and gun cotton powder have really been 'planted' by the police. there is, of course, no evidence of anything of the sort; but, in order to examine into this question, which is of some importance ..... accused narain who had been arrested on 25th august, and whose laboratory and house had been searched on that day without any important consequences, took certain police officers to his house, no. 7 kai-lash bose street and, there produced two test-tubes, certain bundles of glass tubes shaped in the ..... make and possess explosive substance, to collect arms and ammunition, and to kill europeans and police officers; in other words, it was a charge of conspiracy which embraced offences under the explosive substances act, the arms act and the indian penal code, section 302. the time during which the conspiracy wag alleged .....

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