Court : Madhya Pradesh
Reported in : AIR1976MP50
..... , were made under the act, rule 2 (ee) of these rules contains the definition of registered medical practitioner. this rule, as amended by notification dated 5th june 1972 and in so far as relevant, reads as follows:'2(ee) registered medical practitioner means a person- (i) holding a qualification granted by an authority specified or notified under section 3 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916 (7 of 1916), or specified in ..... council act, 1956 (102 ..... the schedules to the indian medical .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Himachal Pradesh
Reported in : 2007CriLJ4103,2007(3)ShimLC189
..... ) of the rules framed under the act reads as follows:2. definitions.-- in these rules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context-(a) to (dd) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (e) to (ea) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx(ee) 'registered medical practitioner' means a person-(i) holding a qualification granted by an authority specified or notified under section 3 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916 (7 of 1916), or specified in the schedules to ..... the indian medical council act, 1956 (102 of 1956 ..... ); or(ii) registered or eligible for registration in a medical register of a state meant for the registration of persons practicing the modern scientific system of medicine excluding .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : 1998VIIAD(SC)457; AIR1999SC468; JT1998(7)SC78; 1998(5)SCALE501; (1998)7SCC579; Supp2SCR143
..... means a person-(i) holding a qualification granted by an authority specified or notified under section 3 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916 (7 of 1916), or specified in the schedules to the indian medical council act, 1956 (102 of 1956); or(ii) registered or eligible for registration in a medical register of a state meant for the registration of persons practising the modern scientific system of medicine (excluding ..... government framed the drugs rules. rule 2 contains the definition of the terms and expressions used in the rules. rule 2(ee), which was inserted by so 1196 dated april 9, 1960 with effect from 14.05.1960, defines the expression 'registered medical practitioner'.25. for purposes of the pharmacy act, 1948, the expression medical practitioner is defined by substituting section 2(f) therein with effect from 01 ..... claim of those who have been notified by state governments under clause (iii) of rule 2(ee) of the drugs rules and those who possess degrees in integrated courses to practise allopathic medicine is sought to be supported from the definition of the indian medicine in section 2(e) of 1970 act, referred to above, meaning the system of indian medicine commonly known as ashtang ayurveda .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Gujarat
Reported in : AIR2002Guj1; (2001)2GLR1521
..... the council of alternative systems of medicine & anr. v. state of west bengal & ors., reported in 1991 (2) clj 173. the said decision, after having considered the scope and effect of indian medical council act, 1956 and indian medical degrees act, 1916, particularly considers the scope and effect and application of the system of therapy popularly known as 'naturopathy'. in this context ..... a cure by controlling diet, the senses and breathing, does not contravene any statute. however, as already noted hereinabove, the definition 'to practice any system of medicine' as found in section 2 of the gujarat medical practitioners act, 1963, defines that the practice of naturopathy ipso facto shall not be deemed on that account only, to be a practice ..... where professional degrees would be awarded. 4. so far as the first concept is concerned, viz., 'practice of naturopathy', it would appear that the same would not require any professional qualification under any law for the time-being in force. 5. in this context, it is relevant to consider section 2 of the gujarat medical practitioners' act, 1963, ..... 12. in the context of prayer (c) it merely requires to be noted that the gujarat ayurved university act, 1965 establishes 'the gujarat ayurved university'. section 2, sub-section (4) defines 'ayurvedic system of medicine' which includes the nisargopachar system. section 27 deals with affiliation, recognition and approval of colleges applying for affiliation to the university (for the broader purpose .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
Reported in : 2002CriLJ1218
..... have to be looked into are as under :u. p. acts (1) the united provinces medical act, 1917 ( u. p. act no. iii of 1917) (2) the united provinces indian medicine act, 1939 (u. p. act x of 1939) central acts (1) indian medical degrees act. 1916 (act no. vii of 1916) (2) indian medicine council act. 1956 (act no. 102 of 1956) (3) indian medicine central council act, 1970 (act no. 48 of 1970) (4) homoeopathy central council ..... of degree or diploma or certificate in ashtang, ayurveda, siddha or unani tibb is not included in the schedule and he cannot get his name entered in the register of medical practitioner which is maintained under this act as the schedule refers to only allopathic qualification.14. now we come to most important enactment namely, the indian medical council act, 1956. section 2 of the act gives that definition ..... act, 1973 (act no. 59 of 1973) (5) drugs and cosmetics act. 1940 (act no. 23 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : US Supreme Court
..... against the complainants, shirras and others, alleging secret transactions between them and e. gairdner and praying a discovery. they charge that the execution of the bond and mortgage was an act of hurry and despair, in the confusion and embarrassment of entangled circumstances and at the eve of one of the greatest and most distressing bankruptcies. that the deeds were not ..... , caig & mitchel, and of e. gairdner & co. -- and neither co-partner is at liberty to alienate his share until the debts of those concerns are discharged and their balances adjusted." "2. because the amounts claimed by the several mortgagees were for loans and assumptions not existing at the time of the mortgage, but incurred afterwards, with a small exception." "3. because ..... , 1801, and purports to be a conveyance from edwin gairdner and john caig by edwin gairdner his attorney in fact. edwin gairdner not appearing to have possessed any power to act for john caig, the conveyance as to him is void, and could only pass that interest which was possessed by gairdner himself. the court will proceed to inquire what that .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : US Supreme Court
..... rules and regulations of the society. page 14 u. s. 284 3d. by substituting a vendee in his place, in conformity with the 8th section of the act of 22 december, 1794. if, then, a subscriber has not become discharged in one of these three ways, what is to prevent the society ..... 14 u.s. (1 wheat.) 279 appeal from the circuit court in the district of columbia for alexandria county syllabus under the 6th and 8th sections of the act of assembly of virginia of 22 december, 1794, property pledged to the mutual assurance society, &c.;, continues liable for assessments, on account of the ..... happened subsequent to the transfer. the points made in the case arise out of the construction of the 6th and 8th sections of the act of virginia passed 22 december, 1794. the 6th section is in these words: "if the funds should not be sufficient, a repartition among the whole of the persons insured ..... would, in the hands of the vendee, remain subject to the lien, they would not expressly have subjected it in such a case. but this section will, with philological correctness, admit of a different construction, and a construction more consistent with legal principles, inasmuch as it will not admit of an ..... the same to be sold, if necessary, for the payment of such quotas." and the 8th section is in these words: "to the end that purchasers or mortgagees of any property insured by virtue of this act may not become losers thereby, the subscriber selling, mortgaging, or otherwise transferring such property shall at .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : US Supreme Court
..... be shipped to boyce and henry of charleston, and the mode of payment was settled definitively. it was to be by remittances to messrs. goodhue & co. of new york, on whom drake & mitchel were to draw at a rate of exchange ..... the bar on this point unquestionably establish this principle. if it were incumbent on drake & mitchel to give notice to mr. edmondston that they had acted on his letter of credit, did the nature of the transaction require a communication of that part of the contract which stipulated for the mode of payment ..... foreign markets might render advisable. the letter of drake & mitchel, giving notice of the contract to edmondston, shows their determination to limit their purchase to 2,000 bags. on the other parts of the contract, if we are to judge from its language, they could exercise no discretion. the coffee was to ..... rise or fall in foreign markets, exercising your better judgment thereon." the last states it to edmondston in the following words: "we have consented to purchase 2,000 bags of coffee, to be consigned to messrs. boyce and henry of your city, the insurance to be effected by messrs. goodhue & co. of ..... virtue of your letter of credit to messrs. castillo & black in favor of messrs. j. and t. robson, and at their request, we have consented to purchase 2,000 bags of coffee, to be consigned to messrs. boyce and henry of your city, the insurance to be effected by messrs. goodhue & co. of new york .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : US Supreme Court
..... courts of law, or in the heads of departments. the appointing page 38 u. s. 258 power here designated in the latter part of the section was no doubt intended to be exercised by the department of the government to which the officer to be appointed most appropriately belonged. the appointment of clerks ..... to vest the appointment of inferior officers as they think proper. the appointing power designated by the constitution in the latter part of the second section of the second article of the constitution was no doubt intended to be exercised by the department of the government to which the officer to be ..... law was passed, louisiana formed no part of the united states, and of course had no district court to which the act of 1789 would apply. but by the act of 26 march, 1804, 2 story's laws 933, providing for the temporary government of louisiana, a district court is established, and the law directs ..... is one of the inferior officers contemplated by this provision in the constitution cannot be questioned. congress, in the exercise of the power here given by the act of 24 september, 1789, establishing the judicial courts of the united states, 1 story's laws u.s. 56, s. 7, declared that the ..... that the judges differed in opinion upon the said question of right, and being unable to concur in opinion, neither of said parties was admitted to act as clerk or recognized by the court as being rightful clerk, and no business was or could be transacted, and the court adjourned. the petitioner claims .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : US Supreme Court
..... 1842 does not speak of interest or damages upon the judgments of this court, nor does it repeal the 23d section of the act of 1789. this section provides that when a judgment or decree is affirmed here, this court is directed to adjudge or decree to the respondent in error just ..... the court decided upon it. this decision, although briefly stated, was in substance a final decree upon the matters in controversy. it might therefore, under the act of congress, be regarded as such and revised accordingly by an appeal to this court. plenary and formal proceedings are not necessary, and never required when the dispute ..... was affirmed in this court on the 24th of december, 1851. the interest from the date of the decree to the time of affirmance in this court is $2,562.37, making together the aggregate sum of $19,058.98. this amount, together with the costs, is all that the appellees were entitled to recover under ..... have been levied under process of execution upon the amount ascertained to be due and decreed to be paid if there had been no appeal; 2 ves. 157, 168, n. 1, sumn. ed.; 2 dan.chan.plead. & prac. 1442, 1437, 1438. nor could any damages or interest have been given on its affirmance here but for ..... the discretionary power vested in this court by the act of 1789. that discretion, as we have already said, extends to page 55 u. s. 333 .....Tag this Judgment!