The Press Laws of Foreign Countries with an Appendix Containing the Press Laws of India

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Printed & pub. by H. M. Stationery Office, 1926 - Freedom of the press - 328 pages
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Page 325 - The printer of every newspaper in British India shall deliver at such place and to such officer as the Local Government may, by notification in the local official Gazette, direct, and free of expense to the Government, two copies of each issue of such newspaper as soon as it is published.
Page 317 - I, AB, declare that I have a press for printing at " And this last blank shall be filled up with a true and precise description of the place where such press may be situate.
Page 318 - The copy delivered to the trustees of the British Museum shall be a copy of the whole book with all maps and illustrations belonging thereto, finished and coloured in the same manner as the best copies of the book are published, and shall be bound, sewed, or stitched together, and on the best paper on which the book is printed.
Page 320 - Whoever being legally bound by an oath or by an express provision of law to state the truth, or being bound by law to make a declaration upon any subject, makes any statement which is false, and which he either knows or believes to be false or does not believe to be true, is said to give false evidence.
Page 318 - In all trials in which a copy, attested as is aforesaid, of the former declaration shall have been put in evidence, it shall be lawful to put in evidence a copy, attested as is aforesaid, of the latter declaration, and the former declaration shall not be taken to be evidence that the declarant was, at any period subsequent to the date of the latter declaration, printer or publisher of the newspaper therein mentioned.
Page 174 - D'ASSISES. Art. 47. — La poursuite des crimes et délits commis par la voie de la presse ou par tout autre moyen de publication...
Page 319 - ... be sold, published, or offered for sale within the bills of mortality, or within three calendar months if the...
Page 321 - Government under the last foregoing section may be recovered, under the warrant of the Magistrate determining the sum, or of his successor in office, in the manner authorised by the Code of Criminal Procedure for the time being in force, and within the period prescribed by the Indian Penal Code, for the levy of a fine.
Page 321 - English language; (2) the language in which the book is written; (3) the name of the author, translator or editor of the book or any part thereof; (4) the...
Page 315 - ... too long and too mountainous to admit of its being defended by the military alone, much depended upon the political management of the tribes. At first there was no special agency for dealing with the tribal tracts, and relations with the tribesmen were conducted by the deputy-commissioners of the six districts of Hazara, Peshawar, Kohat, Bannu, Dera Ismail Khan, and Dera Ghazi Khan. In 1876 the three northern districts formed the commissionership of Peshawar, the three southern ones that of the...

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