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Mar 20 1984 (HC)

Deep Snack Bar and ors. Vs. State of Haryana and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-20-1984

Reported in : AIR1984P& H377

..... india suggested to the states that they should undertake legislation thereon on the lines of part iii of the said act. in pursuance of that suggestion, the punjab state, as it then existed, enacted the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952. after the reorganisation of the punjab state, the act became applicable to the state of haryana. on being adapted by the state of haryana, it is now called as ..... haryana cinemas (regulation) act, 1952. it is thus evident that the haryana act and central act operate into different spheres. the former deals with licensing of cinematograph ..... taking service charges which is an ancillary purpose. the v. c. rs. are licenced under the indian telegraph act, 1885.3. the district magistrate, sonepat, respondent 2, exercising powers alleged to be conferred on him under the haryana cinemas regulation act, 1952 (hereinafter referred to as the haryana act) issued a general order dated 3rd october, 1983 (copy annexure p. 1). prohibiting exhibition of cinematograph by .....

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Nov 30 1984 (HC)

Niemla Textile Finishing Mills P. Ltd. Vs. Income-tax Officer and Anot ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-30-1984

Reported in : (1985)45CTR(P& H)263; [1985]152ITR429(P& H)

..... , singeing or otherwise finishing or processing or fabrics amount to 'manufacture or production of textile' within the meaning of entry 23 of the first schedule to the industries (development and regulation) act, 1951 - is the solitary significant question necessitating this reference to the division bench.m/s. niemal textile finishing mills (private) limited, amritsar, is a private limited company engaged in ..... the assessee is engaged in the manufacturing of textiles (including those dyed, printed or otherwise processed). the word 'textile' has not been defined either in the industries (development and regulation) act. the dictionary meaning of the word 'textile' has been enlarged in entry 23 of scheduled i by including such textiles as are dyed, printed or otherwise processed. but the basic ..... the extended definitions of ' manufacture' and 'textiles', it was held that the processing of textile goods by dyeing, printing and bleaching came within schedule i of the employees provident fund act, 1952, read with ss. 2(i) and 4 thereof. it is obvious that the meaning therein given to the word 'textiles' was in the context of its specialised definition as ..... two cases of this court in raghbir chand som chand v. excise and taxation officer, bhatinda [1960] 11 stc 149 and patel cotton co. (pvt) limited v. state of punjab, [1964] 15 stc 865.it would thus appear that on the peculiar language and context of the statutory provision which fall for construction herein, on principle, and even on the .....

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Sep 25 1984 (SC)

Krishi Utpadan Mandi Samiti, Kanpur and ors. Vs. Ganga Dall Mill and C ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-25-1984

Reported in : AIR1984SC1870; 1984(2)SCALE518; (1984)4SCC516B; [1985]1SCR787; [1985]58STC23(SC); 1985(17)LC445(SC)

..... and for the establishment, superintendence and control of markets therefor. in the statement of objects and reasons accompanying the act, it is in terms stated that the proposed measure to regulate the market in the state has been designed with a view to achieving the objects therein enumerated, only one of ..... agricultural produce specified in the schedule, and thereupon the schedule shall stand amended accordingly.12. section 5 provides that a declaration of intention to regulate and control sale and purchase of agricultural produce in any area. where the state government is of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient ..... in the public interest to regulate the sale and purchase of any agricultural produce in any area, and for that purpose to declare that area as a market area it may ..... ganesh trading co. karnal etc. etc. v. state of haryana and anr. etc. : air1974sc1362 , babu ram jagdish kumar and co. etc. etc. v. state of punjab and ors. etc. etc. : [1979]3scr952 state of karnataka v. b raghurama shetty etc : [1981]3scr280 and laxmi chand badri narain v. the commissioner of sales tax ..... of the scheme of establishments of markets mainly for the benefit of producers. approving the observation in kewal krishna purl and anr. v. state of punjab and ors. : [1979]3scr1217 the court further observed that the fee realised from the payer has by and large to be spent for his .....

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Nov 19 1984 (SC)

Amar Nath Om Prakash and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-19-1984

Reported in : AIR1985SC218; 1984(2)SCALE769; (1985)1SCC345; [1985]2SCR72; [1986]62STC130(SC)

..... respect of agricultural produce :provided that nothing in sub-sections (3) and (4) shall apply to a person carrying on the business of warehouseman who is licensed under the punjab warehouses act, 1957 (punjab act no. 2 of 1958).section 25 provides for the creation of a. marketing development fund out of which the board has to defray its expenditure. section 27 provides for ..... 28 cover a vast range of topics and are so wide as to take in a multitude of direct and indirect ways of achieving the principal object of the act, namely, the better regulation of the purchase, sale, storage and processing of agricultural produce and the establishment of markets for agricultural produce. some of the purposes for which the funds may be ..... persons visiting it in connection with the purchase, sale, storage, weighment and processing of agricultural produce concerned as the board may from time to time direct:(b) to control and regulate the admission to the market, 'to determine 'the conditions for the use of the market and to prosecute or confiscate the agricultural produce belonging to person trading without a valid ..... haryana in kewal krishan v. slate of punjab : [1979]3scr1217 . a constitution bench of this court, after referring to the principles laid down in the leading cases of shirur matt : [1954]1scr1005 , hingir rampur coal co. ltd. v. state of orissa : [1961]2scr537 , corporation of calcutta v. liberties cinema (1965) : [1965]2scr477 etc, thought that in all the circumstances of the case .....

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Sep 11 1984 (HC)

C.D. Kamdar and ors. Vs. State of Orissa, Represented Through the Secr ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Sep-11-1984

Reported in : 1985(I)OLR291; (1985)TaxL.R.2497

..... ) a. i. r. 1980 s. c. 1008 ( kewal krishna puri and anr. v, state of punjab and sitters ) relates to the levy under the punjab agricultural produce markets act. the object of the act is to regulate markets to eliminate middleman and bring the producer direct to the purchaser. in that case, no right of the ..... the direct expenditure which was possible to be indicated. the proportionate expenditures in relation to the higher officers who have substantial role to play in regulating the trade in mohua flower is said to be not possible to be indicated. in any view, it cannot be said that there is no ..... , import, sale and possession. in all their manifestations, these rights are vested in the state and indeed without such vesting there can be no affective regulation of various forms of activities in relation to intoxicants ...'in paragraph 55 at page-1133, it has been held :' since rights in regard to intoxicants belong ..... flower, possession, sale, import and export there of are parts of the trade in mohua flower. the act envisages regulation of trade in mohua flower. section 5 of the act empowers the board to regulate the maximum or minimum quantity of any intoxicant which may be sold by retail sale. in exercise of this ..... mining areas which is a levy for service rendered. (iii) a. i. r. 1965 s. c. 1107 (the corporation of calcutta and anr. v. liberty cinema) relates to a licence fee imposed by a localbody. (iv) a. i. r. 1968 s. c 1119 (nagar mahapalika varanasi v. durga das bhattacharya and ors .....

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May 17 1984 (SC)

Punjab University Vs. Subash Chander and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-17-1984

Reported in : AIR1984SC1415; 1984(1)SCALE925; (1984)3SCC603; [1984]3SCR822; 1984(16)LC772(SC)

..... dated 6.12.1969.10. the learned chief justice opined that there is nothing in section 31 of the punjab university act which would clothe the senate, explicitly or impliedly, with the power to frame regulations retrospectively and held that the regulation, as amended in 1970, has retrospectively altered the condition of subash chander, respondent 1, taking the examination to ..... are of the opinion that this appeal has to succeed. section 31(1) of the punjab university act extracted above enables the senate of the punjab university, with the sanctions of the government, to make from time to time, 'regulations, consistent with the provisions of that act to provide for all matters relating to the university. section 31(2)(n) provides that ..... authority vested with the power of making subordinate legislation has to act within the limit of its power and cannot transgress the same. 8. and he proceeded to consider whether section 31 of the punjab university act under which the regulations in question have been framed empowers the senate to frame regulation with retrospective effect. section 31 reads thus :-section 31(1 ..... ) the senate, with the sanction of the government, may from time to time make regulations consistent with this act to provide for all matters relating to .....

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Apr 27 1984 (HC)

Jodh Singh and ors. Vs. Jullundur Improvement Trust, Jullundur and ors ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-27-1984

Reported in : AIR1984P& H398

..... it could not be held that the court could not strike down the same. mittal, j. also observed that section 42(2) of the punjab town improvement act could not override the constitutional safeguard contained in article 226 of the constitution.55. r. n. mittal, j. in sarup chand v. state ..... the guidance of those-upon whom the duty is imposed. where, however, a power or authority is conferred with a direction that certain regulation or formality shall be complied with, it seems neither unjust nor incorrect to exact a rigorous observance of it as essential to the acquisition ..... ((1980) 2 serv lr 309) (supra) the question posed for the consideration of the bench was as to whether regulation 6 of indian administrative service (appointment by promotion) regulations 1955 as amended by notification of june 3, 1977 was mandatory or directory in character. kang, j., who delivered the ..... intention of the legislature by carefully attending to the whole scope of the statute to be construed.'29. in dattartraya moreshwar's case (air 1952 sc 181 at p. 185) (supra) their lordships held:--'....it is well settled that generally speaking the provisions of statute creating public duties ..... opinion for the bench besides adverting to the following passages from the maxwell and craies on statute law referred to the supreme court decisions in dattatraya moreshwar v. state of bombay, air 1952 .....

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Apr 18 1984 (HC)

C.V. Raman and ors. Vs. Bank of India and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-18-1984

Reported in : [1985]57CompCas126(Mad); (1984)IILLJ34Mad

..... 40. all these directors are appointed only by the central government. in this connection, it is worth while to note part x-a of the banking regulation act, 1949. 41. section 20 talks of the term of office of the chairman. that is to be fixed by the central government. sub-section (1a ..... of the society. the composition of the society is dominated by the representatives appointed by the central government and the government of jammu and kashmir, punjab, rajasthan and uttar pradesh with the approval of the central government. the money required and the government of jammu and kashmir and even if any ..... in sukhdev rati lal v. chairman, bank of baroda, : (1977)iillj409guj , and that of learned single judge of this court in chaman lal gupta v. punjab national bank (r.s.a. no. 1797 of 1973). sri d. s. nehra, learned counsel for the bank, argued that the bank continued to be ..... instead of itself carrying on the business of banking, as it certainly is entitled to, has chosen to carry on the business through the instrumentality of the punjab national bank and other 'corresponding new banks', created by the statute and wholly owned by the government. it is 'state action' through bodies corporate, owned ..... a bank would fall within the meaning of 'authority' under article 12. 68. it may be stated at this stage that in lachhman dass aggarwal v. punjab national bank (supra), the following observations are found (at p. 314 of 52 fjr) : 'applying the principles laid down in sukhdev singh v. bhagatram sardar .....

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Apr 18 1984 (HC)

C.V. Raman Vs. the Management of Bank of India, Regional Office, South ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-18-1984

Reported in : (1985)2MLJ439

..... director from various sources. all these. directors are appointed only by central government. in this connection, it is worthwhile to note part xa of the banking regulation act, 1949.section 20 talks of the term of office of the chairman. that is to be fixed by the central government. sub-section (1-a) ..... of association and the rules of the society. they dominated by the representatives appointed by the central government and the governments of jammu and kashmir, punjab, rajasthan and uttar pradesh with the approval of the central government. the monies required for running the college are provided entirely by the central government ..... v. chairman, bank of baroda (1976) 2 s.l.r. 144, and that of a learned single judge of this court in chamanlal gupta v. punjab national bank. (r.s.a. no. 1797 of 1973).19. shri d.s. mehra, learned counsel for the bank argued that the bank continued ..... , instead of itself carrying on the business of banking as it certainly is entitled to, has chosen to carry on the business through the instrumentality of punjab national bank and other 'corresponding new banks' created by the statute and wholly owned by the government. it is, 'state action' through bodies corporate, ..... conclusion that such a bank would fall under the meaning of 'authority' under article 12.51. it may be stated at this stage in lachhman dass v. punjab national bank (1978) l.i.c. 423 : 52 f.j.r. 306, the following observations are found:applying the principles laid down in sukhdev singh .....

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Jul 16 1984 (HC)

Pyare Lal Saldi and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-16-1984

Reported in : AIR1985P& H37

..... by a fiscal statute and consequently upheld the provisions of the punjab general sales tax act which left it to the government to fix the rates of sales tax on various commodities between 1 pice and and 2 pice in a ..... fix the rate of tax. reference in this behalf was also made to the following observations of sarkar, j, in corporation of calcutta v. liberty cinema, air 1965 sc 1107:--'it seems to us that there are various decisions of this court which support the proposition that for a statutory provision for ..... be charged in respect of different classes of goods and the like.12. counsel also cited m/s. devi das gopal krishna v. state of punjab, air 1967 sc 1895 where it was observed that the court had in more than one decision, approved the conferment of a reasonable area of discretion ..... necessary guidance to the state government both with regard to the taxes which can be levied as also the rates thereof. s. 62-a of the act cannot, therefore, be considered as conferring unguided and unfettered power upon the state government rendering it unconstitutional on the ground of excessive delegation.15. further, ..... is sufficient guidance in the matter of delegation'.11. in the same strain, dealing with the charge of excessive delegation under the u. p. sales tax act, 1948, the supreme court in hira lal ratan lal v. sales tax officer, section iii, kanpur ait 1973 sc 1034, while reiterating that the legislature .....

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