The Standing Orders of the Board of Revenue from 1820 to 1865

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The custody of unoccupied buildings and the disposal of old materials 3G 5G Repairs to Irrigation Works or other outlay not to be undertaken witho...
36
Encroachments on Tank Bunds prohibited and course to be followed when prescriptive
37
Forms of Address between the Revenue and Public Works Departments
38
Public Works Department to plant avenues under certain circumstances
41
Imperial Works carried out by the Revenue Department
42
Soldiers sheds to be repaired from Public Works allotment 69 Collectors may execute through their own Department new works or repairs connecte...
43
Local Funds how to be expended
44
Outlay from Local Funds to be proportionate to receipts V
45
Grass Rents to be credited to Local Funds 4i? 76a Prickly Pear to be removed by grants from Local Funds 77 Temporary Establishments may be ent...
47
Proceeds of the sale of discontinued Bungalows to be credited to Local Funds
48
W Rules for the management of Local Funds 81 Fish Rents to be credited to Local Funds
57
Rule regarding the District Road Fund So Rules for the control and management of Public Bungalows
58
Rules for the preservation of Jungles and Jungle Conservancy Fund
61
Endowment Fund
64
PART SECOND
65
Procedure under Regulation IX of 1822 06
66
Powers and duties of Collectors under Regulation VI of 1881 in regard to hereditary Village Offices
69
Scope of Regulation VI of 1831
70
Procedure nnder Regulation VI of 1831
71
Provisions of the Boundary Act are applicable to Europeans and may be enforced by Revenue Officers
72
9C Age of Minors to be reported 7S 97 Ryotwar system to be adopted in Estates under management
73
The Education of Minors
74
10? Civil Court on application from Collectors to appoint guardians to such disqualified proprietors as may not be taken under control
75
Rules for the endowment of Choultries or Rest Houses for Native Travellers
76
106 Endowments to be appropriated to their original purpose
78
Hospitals or Lungerkhanas to be established when practicable 110 All Choultries which have been endowed by the state are under the control of Go...
79
PART THIRD
81
Collectors liable for unauthorised alienations
82
Quit Rent on building sites
83
Objects of and mode of conducting the annual settlement
84
Rules for the assessment of lands taken up for planting public or private topes
86
The assessment of lands in excess of the registered extent or deficient
88
The assessment of lands irrigated by wells constructed by private individuals 124 The grant of advances for cultivation to Ryots
89
The assessment of lands irrigated by means of private outlay in the construc tion or repair of tanks
90
The assessment of lands irrigated by jungle streams or natural pools
93
Principles on which assessments should be made and revisions of assess ment recommended
94
Collection of Cattle Trespass or other fines by proprietors of Estates pro hibited and the assessments on their Estates modified
96
Additional Tax as Road Fund to be imposed in newly assessed Districts and to be retained when reductions of assessment are made
99
The assessment of lands rendered unfit for cultivation by excavation 133 No assessment chargeable on Coal Mines
100
The assessment of subdivisions of enfranchised Inams
107
Separate Puttahs to be granted for lands when desired but fresh Puttahs not to be issued annually
109
Registration of Titles to Estates
110
Lands required for public purposes such as Roads Canals Railways c Ill 142 Rentfree grants to Missionaries prohibited
114
Lands in the vicinity of Railway stations
115
Rules under which land should be taken up for Railways n 147 The relinquishment of lands by Ryots
120
The right of a Ryot to lands once entered in his Puttah
121
Transfers of Puttahs 150 Rules for the disposal of assessed lands
122
Rules for the sale of unassessed waste lands
125
The disposal of assessed waste lands required for building sites
143
Inam or Rent Free Lands
145
Succession to Shotriums
146
Shotriums to be resumed on failure to pay quit rent 157 Repair of Irrigation works in Inam and Shotrium Villages
147
Duswundum system not to be extended
148
Certain Inamdars entitled to compensation when general reductions of assess ment take place
149
Opportunity of renewing the service to be given to Religious Service Inam dars before recommending resumption for lack of service
150
Inam lands in permanently settled Estates liable to the jurisdiction of the Courts unless specially reserved in the Sunnud
151
164 Inams of Pagodas abandoned for twelve years to be resumed
152
All fresh Grants of Inam land to be conferred during good behaviour of the Grantees
153
Waterrate when chargeable on Inam lands
164
Yeomiahs State Pensions c
166
Subdivision of Ycomiab payments 176 Rules relating to Yeomiahs
167
Rewards to be given for information regarding casualties among Government Pensioners
168
Instructions regarding the payment of Allowances fallen into arrear
169
Transfer of Allowances from one District to another 182 Description Rolls of Pensioners to be kept by the paying Officer
170
The commutation of Pensionary Allowances 185 The gradual extinction of Political Pensions
172
Rules regarding the appearance of Female Pensioners for identification
174
Local Government authorised to continue portion of lapsed Political Pension for support of Pensioners Widow
176
Rules regarding the Abkarry
178
Sale of liquor below the minimum rates prohibited
179
Sale of liquor to European Troops on the march prohibited
180
Instructions regarding the sale of the Abkarry Contract
181
Rules for removal of Spirits from a Distillery without payment of duty
184
Rules for the Methylation of Spirits
188
Registration of Abkarry Contracts and Engagements
202
Rules of the Salt Department
203
Freetrade in Salt between one District and another to be encouraged
206
The manufactureof Salt for export J03 Salt to be paid for as received into store 204 424 Mercals measurement or 120 Indian Maunds weight to repr...
207
Duties of manufacturers and price to be paid for Salt
208
Tbo guarding of Salt Pans
209
The purchase and import of Salt on deposit of Government Securities
210
Rules for admission to and exit from the Salt Pans
211
The construction of Platforms and covering of Salt heaps
217
A simple Pass to be substituted for Salt Rowannahs
218
Payment for Salt to be received at the Head Qnarter or Taluk Treasury 218 Servants of the Salt Department to be employed on their proper duties 21
219
Salt Pans how to be assigned
220
Collectors will be held strictly responsible for Stamp defalcations
221
Mode of transmitting Stamps to the Taluks 224 Rules regarding Telegraph Stamps
222
The refund of Stamp duty on Letters of Cover 22C Collectors may increase the number of Stamp Vendors
223
General Rules of the Stamp Department
224
Prosecutions under the Stamp Act may be conducted by Vakeels
232
documents 233 Refund of Judicial Stamp Duty limited to within three months of the date of the Courts Certificate
238
Rules for the sale of Stamp papers under the Discount system 235 Quantity of articles in Custom HouseJBills how to be entered
243
Revenue to be punctually collected
267
Indulgence to be shown to Zemindars under certain circumstances
268
The demand of Government for revenue takes precedence of all other claims against Estates
269
Proclamation to be made when arrears are remitted 265 Certain sales of land to take place in presence of European Officers 266 The gross Revenue ...
270
Directions regarding sales of land for arrears of revenue 270 Payment of revenue to be received in the legal tender only
271
Mode of procedure in collecting arrears of revenue when the ownership of land is doubtful
272
When Ryotwarry lands sold for arrears should be purchased on behalf of Government
273
Procedure under Madras Act II of 1864 for the recovery of arrears of revenue
274
Forms for use under Madras Act II of 1864
279
Disposal of Process fees
287
Rates at which Process fees should be levied 278 District Treasury to be examined monthly
288
Responsibility of Officers Commanding Treasure Escorts
289
Batta to Treasure Guards restricted to occasions when actually travelling
290
Public carriage to be employed in conveying Treasure
291
Cash in Taluk Treasury at Head Quarter station to he reduced in amount as much as possible
292
All Funds in any Treasury to be shown in the accounts
293
District Remittances 290 Treasury Holidays
295
Accountant General to communicate direct with Treasury Deputy Collector 293 The examination of subordinate Treasuries
296
Procedure in defending suits against Government
297
Public servants making incorrect reports liable for sums adjudged by Courts
298
Procedure when Subordinate Officers are included as defendants in suits
299
W3 Suits in the High Court against Government officials
300
Period allowed for putting in defence to Government Suits
301
Precis of the case to be prepared for Government Pleader in Appeal Suits
302
Board of Revenue authorized to sanction the defence of certain Suits
303
Leave to Government Vakeels In District Courts 811 The preparation of written statements 312 Instructions for filing written statements which have ...
304
The defence of Suits under the Waste Lands Act
305
Procedure in regard to Board Petitions
306
No second Petition on the same subject as a former one to be received 316 Appeal Petitions under Regulation IX of 1822
307
Government rules relating to the presentation of Petitions 318 Rules for the delivery of Petitions endorsed by Government
309
General instructions regarding correspondence
311
Preservation of Records
314
Native correspondence to be opened by Collectors
317
Use of Native terms prohibited 324 Copies of official papers not to be sent to Newspapers or to private friends 819
320
Correspondence in the vernacular between European Officers prohibited
321
The despatch of papers Ac n 329 The printing of District Records
322
Particulars to bo given in letters in which sanction for expenditure is re quested
323
Rules for granting copies of official papers to private persons
324
Full names of Government servants to be given in correspondence
328
The orders of the superior authorities to be considered confidential 309
329
Estates under management by order of Civil Courts 340 Communications with Foreign States
330
Marine charges to be submitted for sanction through the Marine Department
339
Security Bonds to be registered 840
340
Rewards to informers
342
Estates which have not been permanently settled cannot be divided
343
Indents on the Ordnance Department S46 355 Public Holidays
346
The District Gazette 848
348
Collectors authorized to purchase books
349
Temporary Establishments not to be entertained without sanction
350
Peons belts how to be supplied 352 Petty charges in the Revenue Department
351
lit The management of Ferries n S5J Control over SubMagistrates vested in the Board of Revenue 851
352
InterDepartmental Cash payments discontlnned
354
Stationery and Saderwared
355
Rice compensation to Sepoys and Pensioners
358
Medical Subordinates of Collectors
360
The relative positions of the Collector and the SubCollector
361
The charges of Head Assistant and Assistant Collectors
363
Collectors to obey the orders of the Board without demur
364
The SabCollectors Range and Residence
365
Cashkeepers not permitted to act as Agents to Collectors 375 Revenue Officers to take the prescribed oaths 376 Civil Servants prohibited from being...
366
Rales for drawing fixed and extra tent allowance 380 General responsibility of Collectors
369
The Collector to make the Annual Settlement of Taluks nnder Officers in separate charge once every five years
370
Collectors responsible for the correctness of the accounts 384 Collectors not to make over charge of their offices on grounds of sickness
371
All temporary arrangements in regard to Officers ranges to be reported
376
Whenever Officers in separate charge quit their ranges a report to be made to the Board 877
388
Instructions respecting the employment of Assistants on first appointment 390 Instructions regarding the employment of Deputy Collectors
389
The infliction of Fines
392
Claims of Subordinates to special remuneration to be submitted at once 898
393
The reemployment of dismissed servants 894
395
Security to be given by Public Servants
397
Native Servants charged with cruelty to be committed
407
Rules regarding the grant of Pensions and Gratuities to Uncovenanted Ser vants
408
WO Instructions respecting the entertainment of Public Servants
412
to the assessment of lands
436
Definition of a Britishborn subject
439
Observations regarding the liabilities of Contractors
441
Old form of Permanent Sunnud
443
The impolicy of any interference with the natural price of grain
447
The cultivation of American Cotton
448
The cultivation of Indigo
449
The system of irrigation in Egypt
452
New system for the destruction of Prickly Pear
457
The cultivation of Tea
458
Papers relating to the establishment of District Exhibitions
462
Observations on the Census of 185051
470
Temple Committee Rules
475
Rules for the Examination of Covenanted Assistants
477
Special Test Examination Rules
481
Covenanted Civil Service Furlough and Absentee Rules
489
Uncovenanted Service Leave Rules
496
XVITI Uncovenanted Service Pension Rules
501
Local Funds
543

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134 페이지 - And lastly, it is hereby declared and agreed by and between the said parties to these presents, that...
135 페이지 - ... it shall be lawful for the said lessor at any time thereafter into and upon the said demised premises or any part thereof in the name of the whole to re-enter and the same to have again re-possess and enjoy as of his or their former estate anything hereinafter contained to the contrary notwithstanding.
134 페이지 - ... and receive and take the rents, issues, and profits thereof, to and for his and their own use and benefit, without any lawful let, suit...
396 페이지 - States, at the time and on the days each sum shall respectively become due or payable, then the above obligation to be void and of no effect; otherwise to be and remain in full force and virtue.
185 페이지 - ... society, together with, the proper and legal receipts or vouchers for such payments, then the above-written bond shall be void, otherwise shall remain in full force.
395 페이지 - Now, the condition of the above written obligation is such, that if the above bounden...
129 페이지 - Collector shall postpone the sale of the land until such claim shall be disposed of in due course of law. XVIII. Reserves of grazing and forest land, of land for the growth of firewood, for building sites, parks, recreation grounds, and the like, and of land required for other special purposes, are not to be sold under these rules without the express sanction of the Government. A...
457 페이지 - North Latitude,) and that as we recede from the Equator, the lower latitude compensates for the difference of altitude. The Chinese cultivate on the lower slopes of the Hills, whilst in the North West Provinces, the culture is carried on between 2,000 and 6,000 feet. 9. This valuable plant has been found wild in Upper Assam and Cachar, whilst its congeners abound on the Nilgiri and other mountain ranges of this Presidency. Its cultivation, therefore, might be attempted with good * "'' ^infforth BB...
125 페이지 - ... these rules, shall be addressed to the Superintendent of Coorg, and shall comprise the following particulars: — a) The estimated area of the lot applied for. b) The situation of the lot and its boundaries as accurately as can be stated. III. No lot shall exceed 500 acres. Within the limits of towns, the maximum extent of a lot shall be 10 acres. But any person may apply for several contiguous lots, each not exceeding the above limits. IV. Every lot shall be compact and shall include no more...
211 페이지 - President have hereunto set their respective hands the day and year first above written. *Signed by the said in the presence of...

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