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Mar 10 1953 (HC)

Dr. D.N. Kesarbani Vs. U.P. Medical Council, Through the Registrar, Lu ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-10-1953

Reported in : AIR1953All580

..... in modern systems of medicine is also imparted. whether the standard reached by the gurukul kangri university is equivalent to that of indian universities conferring medical degrees is a question which is not relevant for our purposes. the bearing of these remarks will be evident later. we may also quote from ..... that he was registered as a medical practitioner by the medical council under section 13, u. p. medical act, 1917. on 19-12-1947 he was entitled to be so registered as he had a degree of the university of rome which was within the meaning of the indian medical act a royal university of ..... and surgery on presentation of the following documents:1. high school certificate from the residential university of gurukul at hardwar dated the 24th april 1924. 2. diploma certificate with examinations and marks obtained at the faculty of medicine at the same university, signed by vigishwar, secretary and vishwanath, vice-chancellor. ..... conduct in a professional respect:'the master of the rolls has adopted a definition which, with his assistance and that of my brother davey, i prepared. i will read it again: 'if it is shown that a medical man in the pursuit of his profession has done something with regard to ..... study at gurukul medical faculty as purely or even mainly confined to indigenous methods.we have referred on this point to the eminent authority of dr. chopra. we may say that mr. ramsay macdonald who was at one time the prime minister of england wrote in 1916 about gurukul in .....

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Dec 08 1953 (HC)

S.K. Dutt Vs. Law Book Co. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-08-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All570

..... or in certain of the details, but whether keeping in view the idea and general effect created by the original, there is such a degree of similarity as would lead one to say that the alleged infringement is a copy or reproduction of the original'.14. it was in ..... the implied consent of the first publisher, others interested in advancing the same art of science may commence where the prior author stopped. this includes medical and legal publications, in which the entire community has an interest, and which the authors are supposed to give forth, not only for their ..... practising in this court, has filed this suit purporting to be one under section 13, copyright act, 1914. the plaintiff alleges that he is the author and sole owner of the copyright in the work entitled 'the indian partnership act by mukerji and dutt'. this work, the plaintiff alleges, he published in ..... argument counsel for the defendants classified the alleged infringements into seven groups, (1) consisted of passages which had been taken verbatim from lindley on partnership, (2) passages which had been taken from other standard authors, (3) passages which had been taken from judgments reported in law reports, (4) passages which ..... it has had sales in the united states of america, in england and practically throughout this country. the plaintiff's case further is that defendant no. 2, namely, j.n. bagga, published a work entitled 'law book company's commentaries of law & practice of partnership & private companies in india' in .....

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Jan 30 1953 (HC)

Malhoo Mian Abdul Ghani Vs. State Through Municipal Board, Bahraich

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-30-1953

Reported in : AIR1953All548

..... ) the only question which fell for determination in the case was whether the chabutra in dispute could come within the definition of 'a building' or 'a part of a building' within the meaning of these words in the municipalities act. section 2(2) of the act defines 'building' in these words:' 'building' means a house, hut, shed or other roofed structure, for whatsoever purpose and of ..... what i have taken of the chabutra in question in the case of -- 'brijnandan prosad v. emperor : air1945all232 . eennett j. pointed out that a chabutra does not comewithin the definition of section 2(2) unless it could be considered as a part of the house. he doubted whether a chabutra could ever be considered a part of a house.(5) in my judgment the ..... whatsoever material constructed) and every part thereof, but shall not include a tent or other such portable temporary shelter'.'part of a building' has been defined by section 2(14) and the definition is in these words ..... ghani was prosecuted by the municipal board of bahraich under sections 185, 186 and 265/306, municipalities act lor having made a kachcha chabutra in front of his shop. as a result of this prosecution the trial court awarded a sentence of fine to the extent of rs. 10/- only on the applicant.(2) it appears that on 6-6-1951, the municipal .....

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Nov 17 1953 (HC)

Sagir Ahmad and ors. Vs. the Govt. of the State of Uttar Pradesh and o ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-17-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All257

..... is necessary at this stage to have a picture, in outline, of the impugned act. section 1 of the act lays down the extent and the date on which it is to come into effect -- it may be stated that the act came into effect from february 10, 1951. section 2 contains definitions.section 3 confers power on the state government to run transport services. this was the ..... on the trade, commerce and intercourse directly or indirectly. attempt was made in this case to advance the argument on behalf of the petitioners by giving the matter a higher degree of definition than it admitted. 73. sri pathak relied on the observations of dixon j. in the case of -- 'o. gilpin ltd. v. commr for road transport and tramways (new south ..... on its own facts and in its own setting of time and circumstance ......' the conception of 'freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse in a community regulated by law presupposes some degree of restriction upon the individual, i andtheir lordships observed that two general propositions arose out of this conception :'(1) that regulation of trade, commerce andintercourse among the states was compatible ..... justified. though differing procedures might involve disparity in treatment of persons tried under them, such disparity is not in itself sufficient to outweigh this presumption and establish discrimination unless the degree of disparity goes beyond what the reason for its existence demands, e.g., when it amounts to a denial of a fair and impartial trial.'in that case fazl ali .....

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Apr 30 1953 (HC)

Shiv Dayal Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-30-1953

Reported in : AIR1953All664

..... district magistrate had been transferred, and both in fact and in law sri c. m. l. bhatnagar was for this period the district magistrate. the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 87a of the act were therefore, in my opinion, complied with.7. it was argued that sri c. m. l. bhatnagar was an officer who had temporarily succeeded to a vacancy in ..... of these offices to sri s. r. d. saxena.6. the petitioner contends that sri c. m. l. bhatnagar was not a 'district magistrate' within the meaning of section 87a(2) of the act. his argument, as i understand it, is that the expression 'district magistrate' cannot include an officer who is designated as an officiating district magistrate. i do not think this ..... , sri bhatnagar was a 'district magistrate' within the meaning of the criminal procedure code and thus also within the meaning of the u.p. municipalities act.15. the municipalities act, of course, does not define the term 'district magistrate.' if the definition contained in the criminal procedure code be not accepted, then clearly the meaning which must be given to the words 'district magistrate' under the municipalities ..... and seeks relief on the ground that his removal from office was in contravention of the provisions of the u. p. municipalities act, 1916, as amended by the u. p. municipalities (supplementary and validation act, 1951) hereinafter referred to as 'the act'--and is consequently of no legal effect.3. the argument on his behalf is a twofold one. it is said, first that .....

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Oct 23 1953 (HC)

Prabhakar Yajnik Vs. Dist. Magistrate, Bulandshahr and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-23-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All415

..... which have been addressed to us in this case it is convenient to read the relevant parts of three sections of the u. p. municipalities act, 1916, (as amended by act vii of 1953) and of two clauses of the uttar pradesh municipalities (preparation and revision of electoral rolls ..... ) order, 1953, an order which it is convenient to refer to as the 1953 order. these are sections 12-b, sub-sections (1) and (2), section 12-c and section 12-d, sub-section ..... of the foregoing provision, it may, if the petition is found to be frivolous, direct that the deposit mentioned in sub-section (2) shall be transferred to the state government.' now, it has been pointed to us that the powers which the tribunal will ..... (1), and sub-clause (c) of clauses 8 and 9 of the 1953 order. they read as follows:'12-b. 'electoral roll for every ward'. -- (1) there shall be an electoral roll for every ward which shall be prepared in accordance with the provisions of this act ..... under the supervision of the director of elections (local bodies). (2 .....

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Jul 08 1953 (HC)

Rafiq Khan and anr. Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-08-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All3

..... by rafiq ar.d shafiq for a writ of certiorari quashing the order of the sub-divisional magistrate on the ground that it was against the provisions of section 85, panchayat raj act. this section provides that a sub-divisional magistrate may fcr reasons to be recorded in writing either cancel the jurisdiction of the panchayati adalat with regard to any suit, case ..... order passed by a panchayati adalat could not be interfered with in any other manner except as provided in section 85.3. in this case the panchayati adalat had convicted the applicants and two other persons for offences under section 24, cattle trespass act and section 323, penal code and had fined each of them rs. 20/- for both the offences. a revision was ..... , 447 and 426, i. p. c. they all were convicted under each of these sections and were sentenced to fine. against this order a revision was filed before the sub-divisional magistrateof puranpur under section 85, panchayat raj act. the learned sub-divisional magistrate quashed the conviction of one of them, namely, abdul hafiz khan and in respect of the other two accused ..... or proceeding, or quash any decree or order passed by the panchayati adalat at any stage.2. it has been argued on behalf of the applicants that the learned sub .....

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Feb 13 1953 (HC)

Salaried Employees Co-operative Housing Society Ltd. Vs. Registrar, Co ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-13-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All31

..... 115 of the rules is 'ultra vires' as it is not covered by section 43, sub-section (2), clause (1), co-operative societies act, 1912. we are not satisfied that the second contention has any force. section 43, sub-section (1) gives the state government right to make rules to carry out the ..... the generality of the foregoing power such rules may'. no doubt clause (l) of section 43, sub-section (2) does no deal with cases ..... purposes of the act for any registered society or class of such societies. sub-section (2) starts with the words 'in particular and without prejudice to ..... of disputes between two independent societies and is confined to cases of disputes between a society and its members or past members. but sub-section (1) is wide enough to include a dispute ..... salaried employees cooperative housing society ltd., mainpuri against the registrar, co-operative societies, uttar pradesh and the mainpuri co-operative housing society ltd., mainpuri.2. a piece of land was being acquired at the instance of the petitioner, the salaried employees co-operative housing society ltd. this land was .....

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Jul 14 1953 (HC)

Ziaul Haq and ors. Vs. Lala Shankar Lal and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-14-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All32

..... . 188 of 1942, d/-3-4-1944 (a). this second appeal has been filed under section 45(2-a), u. p. encumbered estates act. sub-section (5) of section 45 of the act provides :'45(5) subject to the provisions of sub-section (2-a) the decision on an appeal under this section shall be final and in deciding the appeal the appellate court may modify or alter or ..... act does not cast the duty of making the application for apportionment on ..... no application whatsoever to an order under section 9(5) of the act.section 9(5), u. p. encumbered estates ..... counsel had to admit that there is no section in the encumbered estates act which requires in so many words that after decrees are passed under section 14 of the act, no application for apportionment shall be entertained. reliance was placed at one stage on section 20-a, clause (ii), u. p. encumbered estates act. a reference, however, to that clause makes it clear that it has .....

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Apr 22 1953 (HC)

Sunni Central Board of Waqf, U.P. Vs. Sirajul Haq Khan and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-22-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All88

..... essence, their objection was that the waqf in this case was excluded from the operation of the muslim waqfs act under the provisions of section 2. it was not definitely mentioned as to which of the several clauses of section 2 was applicable to the plaintiffs' case but in arguments it has been conceded that the plaintiffs claimed that the waqf in dispute was excluded under ..... the provisions of section 2 (2) (ii) (a) and (c).the stand taken up in the plaint seems to have been modified by the ..... be seen if the property could be excluded from the purview of the muslim waqfs act in view of the provisions of section 2 relied upon by the respondents. exemption is claimed by the respondents under clauses (2) (ii) (a) and (2) (ii) (c). clause (2) (ii) (a) excludes waqfs from the purview of the act if the same is for the maintenance and support of any person other than ..... of 1936. it was also alleged that the dargah waqf was of such a nature as made it safe from the purview of the said act in view of the provisions of section 2 thereof. the plaintiffs, therefore, claimed that(a) it be declared that the shrine (dargah sharif) and village singha parasi and the property in suit noted in list (a) annexed .....

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