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Oct 18 1963 (HC)

Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals (Travancore) Private Ltd., Trivandrum an ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Oct-18-1963

Reported in : AIR1965Ker135

..... be used for or in the treatment, mitigation or prevention of disease in human beings or animals.'it is not necessary for me to refer to the definition of the expression 'toilet preparation' under section 2 (k) because that is not relevant for the present purpose, as the main contention of the petitioners is that they are all engaged in the manufacture ..... duty of excise, have been the subject of consideration by the supreme court in several decisions. the expression 'dutiable goods' under section 2 (c) takes in medicinal and toilet preparations, specified in the schedule to the act. clause (g) of section 2 defines the expression 'medicinal preparation' as:''medicinal preparation' includes all drugs which are a remedy or prescription prepared for internal use ..... shall be levied duties of excise, at the rates specified in the schedule, on all dutiable goods manufactured in india'.section 19 empowers the central government to make rules to carry out the purposes of the act; and sub-section (2) of section 19 refers to the various matters in respect of which rules may be framed, without prejudice to the generality of the ..... the company's industry was carried on, have changed since the passing by parliament of the medical and toilet preparations (excise duties) act, 1955, central act xvi of 1955, which came into force with effect from 1-4-1957.according to the petitioner, the said act provides for the levy and collection of duties of excise on medicinal and toilet preparations containing .....

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May 04 1963 (HC)

Faiju Mahadeo Chandekar and ors. Vs. Civil Judge, Junior Division, Hin ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : May-04-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Bom160; (1963)65BOMLR755; ILR1964Bom210; 1964MhLJ25

..... of voters for the panchayat elections. rule 3 provides a follows:'3. maintenance and custody of lists of voters. - (1) the officer designated by the collector under sub section (2) of section 12 of the act shall maintain a list of voters of each ward of the village which shall contain that names of all persons who are enrolled as voters in the electoral ..... kept open for public inspection. such notice shall be affixed at the village chavdi and at the village panchayat office.' the provisions of sub-rule (2) indicate that tha officer appointed under sub-section. (2) of section 12 of the act (in the instant casa ha was mr. rupade) has from time to time to carry out in the authentic copy of each list of ..... respondents nos. 7 and 8 had stilt less votes, namely, 133 and 127. therefore, whether vithoba govinda sakode was rightly or wrongly allowed to vote will not in the slightest degree affect the election of the three petitioners for one vote will not affect the result of the election. in that view, we do not think that the question whether this ..... such ward or village, and we shall presently voters that this date was fixed with some definite object. the object is to be culled from the provisions of the rules made under the bombay village panchayats act read with the provisions of the representation of the people act and the registration of electors rules, 1960, upon some provisions of which mr. junankar on .....

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Oct 23 1963 (SC)

The Mahalaxmi Mills Ltd. Vs. the Commissioner of Income-tax, Bombay

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-23-1963

Reported in : [1964]5SCR216

..... into account in computing the aggregate depreciation allowance referred to in sub-clause (c) of the proviso to clause (iv) of sub-section 2, and the written down value under clause (b) of sub-section 5, of section 10, of the said act.' 18. these words require 'all depreciation actually allowed under any laws or rules of a part b state relating to income-tax ..... . nos. 600 and 602 of 1962. 15. the removal of difficulties order was made by the central government on december 2, 1950, in exercise of the powers conferred by s. 12 of the finance act, 1950, and section 5 of the opium and revenue laws (extension of application) act, 1950. we are concerned in the present case only with s. 12 of the finance ..... expressed thus :- 'whether on the above facts and circumstances of the case and on a correct interpretation of the relevant provisions of section 10(5)(b) of the indian income-tax act, 1922 read with the taxation laws (part b states) (removal of difficulties) order, 1950, paragraph 2 and the notification no. 19 (s.r.o. 477) dated the 9th march 1953 under ..... section 60a the depreciation availed of by the assessees under the bhavnagar war profits act was a deductible amount in computing the written down value of the assets.' 14. it will be noticed .....

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Aug 16 1963 (SC)

State of Orissa Vs. M.A. Tulloch and Co.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-16-1963

Reported in : AIR1964SC1284; [1964]4SCR461

..... used in the act and thus may be omitted. sections 4 to 10 form a ..... the other sections which follow are not relevant and so are omitted. 11. we shall now turn to the central act. the long title of the act specifies that the twin purposes of the act are : (1) the regulation of mines, and (2) the development of minerals, both under the control of the union. section 2 we have already extracted. section 3 contains definitions of terms ..... view of the declaration made by s. 2 of this act the impugned act is ultra vires ........ section 2 of the act contains a declaration as to the expediency and control by the central government. it reads thus : '..............' section 4 of the act provides that no mining lease shall be granted after the commencement of this act otherwise than in accordance with the rules made ..... persons residing or working in the mining areas directed towards :- (i) the improvement of public health and sanitation, the prevention of disease, and the provision and improvement of medical facilities; (ii) the provision and improvement of water-supplies and facilities for washing; (iii) the provision and improvement of educational facilities; (iv) the improvement of standards of living including .....

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Aug 09 1963 (HC)

M. Dodla Malliah and ors. Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh Through Asst ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-09-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP216

..... counsel for appellant claims that this award is not a decree (see u. p. act 3 of 1920, the u. p. town improvement (appeals) act) it follows under the definition in section 2(14), civil procedure code, that the award is an order of a civil court. accordingly therefore section 8 court-fees act, will apply.'26. this decision was followed by wadia, j., in hirjivirji jangbari y ..... order, as defined in section 2(14 ..... govt of bombay,, air 1945 bom 348, and it was held that the word 'order', in section 8, court-fees act,; means an ..... ), 'judgment' means the statement given by the judge of the grounds of a decree or order. section 2(14) defines an 'order' thus:' 'order' means the formal expression of any decision of a civil court which is not a decree.'these three definitions under the civil. procedure code make it manifest that both a decree as well as an order are formal expressions .....

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Mar 28 1963 (HC)

N. Sriramamurthi Vs. N. Sooramma and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-28-1963

Reported in : AIR1963AP492

..... sic) 186: (air 1914 mad 526) could be seen from the (sic) passage:'section 48 is not a rule of limitation and will not in (sic) respect override section 7, limitation act, which definitely (sic) that time will not run. the application of section 7 (sic) course is to the period of time set out in the limitation (sic ..... been allowed from the time prescribed therefore in the third column of the first schedule.'9. we are unconcerned with the provisions of sub-sections 2, 3 and 4 and, so, it is unnecessary to extract them here.10. the principle point that falls to be decided in this appeal is whether ..... with in it. we that this gives an indication that except in reg(sic) matters set out in sub-section (2), it affects the other of decrees.33. on a consideration of the language of (sic) the sections and the decisions of the various high court (sic) we hold that ilr 37 mad 186: (air 1914 ..... at recurring periods, the date of the default in making the payment or delivery in respect of which the application seeks to execute the decree. (2) nothing in this section shall be deemed- (a) to preclude the court from ordering the execution of a decree upon an application presented after the expiration of the ..... continuance of the injunction or order, the day on which it was issued or made and the day on which it was withdrawn, shall be excluded. (2) in computing the period of limitation prescribed for any suit of which notice has been given in accordance with the requirements of any enactment for the time .....

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Jan 09 1963 (HC)

A.K.T.K.M. Sankaran Namboodiripad and ors. Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-09-1963

Reported in : AIR1963Ker278

..... admittedly sold at the enhanced prices, it cannot be said that they have not accepted the condition which is an integral part of the proposal.the interpretation clause, section 2(a), of the indian contract act, 1872, interprets 'proposal' as,'when one person signifies to another his willingness to do or to abstain from doing anything with a view to obtaining the assent ..... andmulla in their commentaries to that clause atpage 13 of the (1957) eighth edition of theirbook on 'the indian contract and specific relief acts' : :'the word 'proposal' is synonymous in english use with 'offer'. but the language of these definitions appears to confine 'proposal' to an offer to be bound by a promise. thus a man who offers to sell and deliver ..... whom he received it' must apply.the appellants have definitely taken advantage by the enhanced prices fixed by exts. a-34 and a-33. they are bound to restore it to the state government.20. the supreme court in air 1962 sc 779 applied the provisions of section 70 of the contract act to give relief to the plaintiff in a suit against ..... , then and there, existing portable goods in his immediate control, such as a book or a jewel, does not offer a promise but an act, and if the other party takes the .....

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Dec 04 1963 (HC)

Keki Ardeshir Master Vs. Kotwal A.G.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Dec-04-1963

Reported in : 1963MhLJ382

..... in part an application made under sub-section (2) of s. 15, or a direction made under sub-section (3) or sub-section (4) of that section shall be final. (3) the provisions of s. 5 of the indian limitation act, 1908, shall be applicable to appeals under this section.' 22. section 17(1) deals with power to ..... judicial tribunal is that it is charged with a duty to decide disputes in a judicial manner and declare the rights of parties in a definitive judgment. to decide in a judicial manner involves that the parties are entitled as a matter of right to be heard in support of their ..... court' has not been defined in the contempt of courts act. it would, therefore, be useful, to refer to the definitions of 'court' mentioned elsewhere. coke on littleton and stroud defined the 'court' an a place where justice is judicially administered. section 3 of the indian evidence act defines 'court' an follows : ''court' includes all judges ..... already shown that the decision given by the authority appointed under the payment of wages act is a definitive judgment. 32. the next contention raised by irani is that even assuming that the authority under the payment of wages act is a court, it is not a court subordinate to this court, and therefore ..... out that for an authority to be a court an essential condition is that it must have power to give a decision or a definitive judgment which has finality or authoritativeness, whether subject to appeal or not. this characteristic, however, to not by itself enough to .....

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May 08 1963 (HC)

Nagar Mahapalika of Kanpur Vs. Sri Ram and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-08-1963

Reported in : AIR1964All270; 1964CriLJ626

..... the result of analysis, namely, data from which it can be inferred whether the article of food was or was not adulterated as defined in section 2(1) of the act. we find no reason to depart from that view. in fact, we are in respectful agreement with the law as laid down in the ..... s. d. kapoor. this was sufficient to prove that the complaint was made by the medical officer of health of the nagar mahapalika of kanpur, a person duly authorised by the state government under section 20(1) of the act, and the magistrate rightly took cognizance thereof. but if the learned sessions judge felt hesitant ..... be entertained by the magistrates of kanpur. however, as already mentioned above, the designation was wrongly noted, and the complainant was referred to as the 'medical officer of health of the municipal board, kanpur'. the matter in controversy is thus a simple one; are the courts of law competent to take cognizance of ..... was of opinion that on the day the complaint was submitted to the magistrate there was no municipal board of kanpur and there, could be no medical officer of health of a nonexistent body like the municipal board of kanpur. reliance was placed upon the form of the complaint without reading it as ..... in full at a later stage while considering whether such a report is admissible in evidence.3. on receipt of the public analyst's report the medical officer of health submitted the complaint (ex. ka-5) to the magistrate ist class, kanpur, on the basis of which the respondent was tried .....

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Dec 02 1963 (HC)

Sohan Lal Kirpa Ramnad ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-02-1963

Reported in : AIR1965P& H212

..... point referred may briefly he stated as follows:under the punjab development of damaged areas act 1951, which replaced the punjab development of damaged areas act 1951 which replaced the punjab development of damaged areas ordinance (16 of 1950), 'damaged area', as defined in sub-clause (d) of section 2 means 'an area which the state government may be notification declare to be a ..... issued which was later on replaced by the punj development of damaged areas (validation) act, 1963, which received the assent of the president of india on 29th of march, 1963, and was published in the punjab gazette extraordinary on 31st of march, 1963. the main operating section is section 2 which is to the following effect:'notwithstanding any judgment, decree or order of any ..... with approval. m. p. v. sundararamier and co. v. state of andhar pradesh, air 1958 sc 468 and j. k. jute mills co ltd v. state of uttar pradesh air 1916 sc 1534 were cases where legislations passed to validate retrospectively taxing statutes were held to be valid. reference was also made to jadab singh's case, air 1960 sc 1008 ..... there was no subsisting notification after 11th of may, 1951, declaring the areas concerned as damaged areas under the aforesaid act and, consequently, the areas in question could not be treated as damaged areas within the definition of that term under the act, this contention was upheld by the supreme court in t. m. l. s. bradari v. amritsar improvement trust. air 1963 .....

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