THE CANTONMENTS ACT, (ACT NO. II OF ). [16th February, ]. 2. An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the administration of. Act 53 of Although, armed force of the Union are stationed in cantonments within Part B States, the Cantonments Act, amdthe Camtonments (House. (1) This Act may be called the Cantonments Act, . (xiii) “Executive Officer” means the person appointed under this act to be the Executive Officer of a.
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BREAKING INTO PREMISES – It shall be lawful for any person, authorised by or canyonments this Act to make any entry zct any place, to open or cause to be opened any door, gate or other barrier – a if he considers the opening thereof necessary for the purpose of such entry; and b if the owner or occupier is absent, or being oresent refuses to open such door, gate or barrier. Provided that, where the sum written-off in favour of any one person exceed fifty Taka, the sanction of the Officer Commanding-in-Chief, the Command, shall be first obtained.
Cantonments Act, (Act No. II of ).
The other amendment is for changing the reference tothe Indian Factories Act. The effect of including area in cantonment. Provided that, where in the opinion of the Officer Commanding-in-Chief, the Command immediate measures are necessary, he may take action without such sanction as aforesaid and, if he does so, shall forthwith report such action to the Government.
Control over sources of public water-supply. Public latrines, urinals and conservancy establishments.
Ab[Board] may make provision for educational objects outside the cantonment if it is cantonmejts that the interests of the residents of the cantonment will be served thereby. Obligation to disclose liability.
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Provided that an appeal may be admitted after the expiration of the cantonmnts prescribed therefor by this section if the appellant satisfies thea[District Court] before whom the appeal is preferred that he had sufficient cause for not preferring it within that period. Permission for use of new burial or burning ground. Where it is certified to the Executive Officer by the Health Officer that it is desirable, with a view to prevent the spread of any infectious or contagious disease in the cantonment, that the Health Officer should be furnished with a list of the customers of any washerman, the Executive Officer may, by notice in writing, require the washerman, within a time to be specified in the notice, to furnish the Health Officer with a full and complete list of the names and addresses of all owners within the cantonment of clothes and other articles which the washerman washes or has washed cantomments the six weeks immediately preceding the date cat the notice.
Cant B; the names of incumbents on less than Rs. Provided that thea[Board] shall not cantonmrnts any expenditure for acquiring or renting land beyond the limits of the cantonment or canntonments constructing any work beyond such limits except.
Every meeting of a Board shall be open to the public unless in any case thea[person presiding over the meeting], for reasons to be recorded in the minutes, otherwise directs.
Columns shall be filled in after the estimate has been sanctioned by lhc competent sanctioning authority. Examination of milk of washed cloths. Acquisition of immovable property.
Adjustment by bill shall not be made unless such bill has been accepted and passed. Conditions of grant cantohments licence for private cantlnments or slaughter-house. Time and manner of payment of taxes. In this letter should be set out- i the present cost, either of the “section” or “sections” affected, or of the total establishment, as the circumstances of the case may indicate to be necessary; ii the cost of the revision; iii details of the number and pay of the appointments which it is proposed to add or modify; iv the ability of the Cantonment Board to meet the additional expenditure from its normal income; and v the date or cantonmeents from which the proposed changes are to take effect.
Distraint not to be in valid by reason of immaterial defect. Term of office of Vice-President.
Rules and bye-laws to be available for inspection and purchase. A Board may fix the charges to be made for the establishment by them or through their agency of communications from, and connections with, mains, or pipes for the supply of water, or gas, or for meters or other appliances for testing the quantity or quality thereof supplied, and may levy such charges accordingly.
It is therefore essential to replace the-Ordinance by an Act in the next session of Parliament. Disinfection of building or articles therein. Special power of the Executive Officer.
Provided that where the Board is of opinion that such transfer of the aforesaid rights by public auction is not considered desirable or expedient, it may with the previous sanction of the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief. Octroi, terminal tax and toll. The Government may authorise the Board to impose the tax either in the original form or, if any objection has been submitted, in that form or any such modified form as it thinks fit.
Recovery from a person about to leave cantonment.
Amendments to the Act were made from time to time and the last such amendment was made in Cantonment servant to be deemed a public servant. When the matter has been fully inquired into by the Committee of Inquiry, a report shall be submitted to the Accountant-General and the Central Government showing the total sum of money lost, the circumstances in which the loss took place and the cantinments taken or recommended to recover the money and to punish the offenders, if any.
Power of Board to lay wires, connections, etc.