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Jan 09 1902 (PC)

Major C. Bell, R.A., Superintendent Gun Carriage Factory Vs. the Munic ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-09-1902

Reported in : (1902)12MLJ208

..... crown is expressly included, i.e., section 17 of the inventions and designs act, 1888, which is substantially a reproduction of section 27 of the english patents etc. act, 1883.46. by way of illustration, i may mention the following instances in which government has been specially exempted:indian contract act, section ..... , and adol. 507 also cited in support of the petition, the question turned upon 3 geo. ii ch. p. 36, which confirmed a patent formerly granted by the crown for taking tolls in respect of a light-house. there was a proviso that nothing in the act should extend to ..... crown in its real sense. similarly the privilege of the crown to use an invention without compensation to the patentee, notwithstanding the grant of a patent for the exclusive right to the use of the invention and the implied exemption of the crown from payment of tolls, notwithstanding a grant, by ..... bound by the statute, and whenever it is intended to bind the crown, it is expressly named, e.g. the arbitration act, 1889, section 23; the patents etc., act, 1883, section 27; the bankruptcy act, 1883, section 150. the interpretation act, 1889, section 30., the stamp act, 1891, section 119.32 ..... the powers of the provincial legislatures, for section 43 contemplates provincial legislation, with the previous sanction of the governor-general, for regulating coins and patents or affecting the relations of government with foreign princes or states. a reference to sections 19 and 38 will show that both in the governor- .....

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Jan 09 1902 (PC)

Bell Vs. the Municipal Commissioners for the City of Madras

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-09-1902

Reported in : (1902)ILR25Mad457

..... is expressly included, i.e., section 17 of the inventions and designs act, 1888, which is substantially a reproduction of section 27 of the english patents, &c.;, act, 1883.46. by way of illustration i may mention the following instances in which government has been specially exempted:indian contract act, ..... smithett v. blythel b. & ad. 509 also cited in support of the petition, the question turned upon 3 geo. 36 which confirmed a patent formerly granted by the crown for taking tolls in respect of a light-house. there was a proviso that nothing in the act should extend to ..... crown in its real sense. similarly the privilege of the crown to use an invention without compensation to the patentee, notwithstanding the grant of a patent for the exclusive right to the use of the invention and the implied exemption of the crown from payment of tolls, notwithstanding a grant, by ..... bound by the statute, and whenever it is intended to bind the crown, it is expressly named, e.g., the arbitration act, 1889, section 23; the patents, etc., act, 1883, section 27; the bankruptcy act, 1883, section 150; the interpretation act, 1889, section 30; the stamp act, 1891, section 119. ..... the powers of the provincial legislatures, for section 43 contemplates provincial legislation, with the previous sanction of the governor-general, for regulating coins and patents or affecting the relations of government with foreign princes or states. a reference to sections 19 and 33 will show that both in the governor- .....

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Feb 10 1902 (PC)

Mallikarjunadu Setti and Narayanamurti Ayyar Vs. Lingamurti Pantulu an ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-10-1902

Reported in : (1902)ILR25Mad244

..... act, no doubt, subjects all powers and authority for and in relation to the administration of justice, which may be conferred upon the high courts by her majesty's letters patent, to the control of the legislative authority of the governor-general of india in council. but the power to make rules for regulating the practice and proceedings of the subordinate ..... courts is not conferred upon the high court by letters patent, but by section 15 of the charter act itself, and such power therefore can in no way be affected by the indian legislature, on this point i may refer to ..... in council. but i am of opinion that the words 'provisions in the act' do not apply to what is not in the act itself, but only in the letters patent which the act authorises to be issued, and which can only be said to be a provision of the act' by relation--by what is rather a forced construction, namely ..... , that as the section says that the courts shall have all the jurisdiction which shall be given by the letters patent, whatever is given by them becomes fixed, and is in the same state as if the words in the letters patent had been in the act itself. i think that was not the intention of the legislature and what has occurred .....

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Sep 02 1902 (PC)

In Re: Arumuga Sengundan and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-02-1902

Reported in : (1902)12MLJ391

order1. we have no doubt of our power to transfer this case under both section 526 of the code of criminal procedure and clause 29 of the letters patent. if a case under section 145 of the code of criminal procedure is not a 'criminal case,' it is difficult to conceive what it is. with all respect we are unable to agree with the decision of the bombay high court in in re pandurang govind i.l.r. 25 b. 179. upon the merits we think, upon the fact stated by the acting district magistrate, that he ought to have made the transfer. we accordingly direct that the case be transferred from the file of the 1st class sub-divisional magistrate of tanjore division to the file of the district magistrate or to that of such other 'magistrate as the district magistrate may transfer it.

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Apr 23 1902 (PC)

Chakrapani Aiyangar Vs. the King Emperor

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-23-1902

Reported in : (1902)12MLJ408

order1. we consider that this appeal lies under section 15 of the letters patent, as it is impossible to hold that an order passed under section 195 of the code of criminal procedure with a view to a subsequent prosecution and trial for an offence is a sentence or order passed 'in a criminal trial.' we, therefore, proceed to hear the appeal.2. on the merits we consider that the sanction granted 'by the sessions judge ought to be revoked, as there is no evidence to prove the falsity of the appellant's statements except that of srinivasaraghavachari, whose evidence was treated as untrustworthy by the bench which heard the referred trial no. 72 of 1901, the members of which are also on this bench. the sessions judge is in error in supposing that the evidence of the village magistrate contradicts that of the appellant. the appellant's statement is made with reference to a different occasion from that to which the village magistrate speaks, and, therefore; they are not contradictory of each other. srinivasaraghavachari may have made different statements to these persons on the two different occasions. there is, therefore, no probability of securing the appellant's conviction even if sanction is granted, and we, therefore, set aside the sanction accorded by the sessions judge.

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Feb 24 1902 (PC)

Beauchamp Vs. Sir George Moore

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-24-1902

Reported in : (1902)12MLJ413

1. this is an appeal from a conviction of the editor of the madras mail on a charge of defamation. the complainant is the president of the madras municipality. the charge alleges that the defendant published certain untrue and defamatory statements concerning the acting health officer of the municipality and the subordinate officers of the municipal health department, for whose efficient working the complainant is directly responsible, intending, thereby, or knowing, or having reason to believe, the publication of such untrue and defamatory imputations would, injure the reputation of the complainant.2. the charge then proceeds to set out the alleged untrue and; defamatory imputations. they are as follower--' that on friday night (meaning the night of friday, august 23, 1901) there were three attacks in two native houses in chintadripet in singanna chetty street. in one of the houses both the cases proved fatal. * * * there was one more attack in that very house and a eurasian resident reported the case to the police who, in turn, brought the sanitary overseer to the houses, but, strange to say, absolutely nothing was done in the way of disinfection, cleaning the clothes, &c.; naturally, the contagion spread to the neighbouring eurasian houses and the medical attendant at once reported the cases to the health officer; but, would you believe it, that only at 10 o'clock at night did the same overseer come to disinfect the houses * * *. it was pointed out to the health officer .....

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