CANTONMENT ACT 1924 PDF
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, (2) It extends to the whole of India 2*** 3***. (3) The Central Government may, by notification in the Official. Cantonments Act, DEFINITION AND DELIMITATION OF CANTONMENTS of cantonment fund when area ceases to be included in a cantonment.
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Power of Officer Commanding–in-Chief, the Command, on reference under section 51 or otherwise. They hold very strongly that the ultimate control of cantonment administration under the reformed system should be exercised cantobment the Government of India in the Army Department, and not by any executive military authority.
Procedure for convening Committee of Arbitration. Acquisition of immovable property.
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It shall be the duty of the Vice-President of every Board- a in the absence of the President and unless prevented by reasonable cause, to preside at meetings of the Board and when so presiding to exercise the authority of the President under sub-section 1 of section 22; b during the incapacity or temporary absence of the President or pending his appointment or succession, to perform any other duty and exercise any other power of the President; and c to exercise any power and perform any duty of the President which may be delegated to him under sub-section 2 of section Power to require repair or alteration of building.
Application of funds and property transferred under sections 6 and 7. Thea[Central Government or the Officer Commanding-in-Chief, the Command],d[or the Director or such other officer or authority canntonment may cantonmenh authorised by the Central Government in this behalf] may depute any person in the service of thec[Government] to inspect or examine any department of the office of, or any service or work undertaken by or thing belonging to, ab[Board], and to report thereon, and theb[Board] arid its officers and servants shall be.
Any cantonment fund or portion of a cantonment fund or other property of aa[Board] vesting inb [Government] under the provisions ofsection 6orsection 7shall be applied in the first place to satisfy any liabilities of thea[Board] transferred under such provisions to thec[Central Government] and in the second place for the benefit of the inhabitants of the local area which has ceased to be a cantonment or, as the case may be, part Of a cantonment.
Clause xia renumbered as clause xic by Act 15 ofsection 2 w. When, by a notification under section 4, any local area is included in a cantonment, such area shall thereupon become subject to this Act and to all other enactments for the time being in force throughout the cantonment and to all notifications, rules, regulations, bye-laws, orders and directions issued or made there under.
XV of to Ordinance No. A Board may, by public notice, prohibit in any case where such prohibition appears to it to be necessary for the prevention of danger to life or property, the stacking or collecting of wood, cantonmenf grass, straw or other inflammable materials, or the placing of mats czntonment thatched huts or the lighting of fires in any place in the cantonment, or within any limits therein, which may be specified in the notice.
Constitution of Cantonment Boards. If the amount is subsequently claimed, the fact of payment shall be noted against the entry in each account-book to avoid a double payment.
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Power to restrict or prohibit sale of food or drink. PENALTY FOR BREACH OF BYE LAWS – b[ 1 Any bye-law made by aa[Board] under this Act may provide that a contravention thereof shall be punishable- a with fine which may extend tocFive hundred rupees]; or cantknment with fine which may extend toc[five hundred rupees] and, in the case of a continuing contravention, with an additional fine which may extend toc[fifty rupees] for every day cantoment which such contravention continues after conviction for the first such contraven tion; or c with fine which may extend toc[fifteen rupees] for every day during which the contravention continues after the receipt of a notice from, thea[Board] by the person contravening the bye-law requiring such person to discontinue such contravention.
Examination of milk of washed cloths. Removal of lewd persons from cantonment. Provided that where it is proposed to modify a decision or order of the Board, cantinment opportunity shall be given to the Board to show cause why the decision or order in question should not be modified. Business to be transacted Subject to any regulation made by the Board under this Chapter, any business may be transacted at any meeting: Provision 124 registration of dogs in military units is being made applicable to such establishments or detachments.
Arrest of persons and seizure and confiscation of things for offences against the two last foregoing sections. Finality of appellate orders The order of a 1 [District Court] confirming, setting aside or modifying an order in respect of any valuation or assessment or liability to assessment or taxation shall be final: Disposal of cantonment fund when area ceases to be included in a cantonment. Thea[Central Government] may make rules consistent with this Act to provide for all or any of the following matters, namely: Provided that, in the case of well, such person as aforesaid may, instead of complying with the notice, signify in writing his desire to be relieved of all responsibility for the proper maintenance of the well and his readiness to place it under the control and supervision of the Board for the use of the public, and, if he does so, he shall not be bound to carry out the requisition, and the Board shall undertake the control and supervision of the well.
Description Balance in Number or Number or Estimated Remarks of stores hand on quantity quantity to cost date required be purchased This estimate shall be accompanied by a statement showing how the estimated requirements have been arrived at. Provided that the Board may empower any of its members or officers to exercise or perform in the absence of the Executive Officer from the cantonment all or any of such powers or duties of an Executive Officer under this Act us the Central Government may.
Acquittance rolls may be filed separately in the cantonment office. The other amendment is consequential. LII of to Ordinance No.
Thec[Central Government] may, by notification in thec[Official Gazette], exempt, either wholly or in part from the payment of any tax imposed under this Act, cantonmejt person or class of persons or any property or goods or class-of property or goodsb[x x xx x]. VII of Act No. B the receipt of, or agreement to receive, any gratification, whether as a motive or a reward Suspension of action pending appeal.
Driver of conveyance not bound to carry person suffering from infectious or contagious disease. Member not to vote on matter in which he cantojment interested Provided that in the case of revision of establishment, or of expenditure camtonment original works, no expenditure shall be sanctioned unless detailedproposals or estimates have been prepared and sanctioned by competent authority.
If, on receipt of any information or report obtained 1 [under section 46 or section 47] or section 48, the 2 [Central Government or the Officer Commanding-in-chief, the Command,] is of opinion.
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Conditions of universal application. The words “with the previous sanction of the G. Provided that no business relating to the imposition, abolition or modification of any tax shall be transacted at a meeting unless notice of the same and of the date fixed therefore has been sent to each member not less than seven days before that date.
The words “after consultation with the L. In the latter case the bill having been stamped “paid in cash” shall be retained in the custody of the holder of the permanent advance and the requisite entry shall be made by him in his permanent advance account. The establishment of each section shall be grouped, marked off by a line and totalled separately in red ink.