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Two extracts from A Regulation for providing more effectually against the
illicit manufacture, importation, transportation, and sale of salt, 1801

[First extract, page 10]
lands liable to a fine, on proof that kallaries or salt works there exists, or that there shall have been established subsequent to the date abovementioned, on the estate of any proprietor of land paying revenue to government (such proprietor being in the management of his own lands), any kallaries or salt pans or works of any description whatever established for the manufacture of salt, excepting on the exclusive account of government, the proprietor of such estate shall, on proof of the fact, in the dewanny adawlut*, be adjudged to pay a fine fine of five thousand sicca rupees of government. The said fine shall be levied in the following manner. The village or other local division of landing which the said salt works shall have been established, or so much thereof as may appear to the court sufficient for realizing the said fine shall be disposed of at public sale. If such village, or local division of land, shall not be considered to be equal in value to the amount of the fine, such further proportion of the landed property of the said proprietor, as maybe deemed requisite for realizing the amount of the fine shall be so disposed of. If the whole of the landed property of such proprietor shall not be sufficient for realizing the fine, a portion of his personal property shall be disposed of to make good the amount. If the amount of the fine cannot be recovered from the real and personal property of the proprietor, the court executing the decree adjudging the payment of the fine shall proceed against the person of such proprietor, under the regulation prescribed for enforcing decrees. to transport within the limits specified in the preceding section, by land or by water, stated in the rowannah or char chitty, liable to confiscation under a rowannah* or Char Chitty*, a greater quantity of Salt than shall be specified in the rowannah or Char Chitty, the excess so attempted to be transported as well as the quantity specified in the rowannah or Char Chitty, shall be liable to seizure and confiscation. Second. All persons in charge of Salt are required to keep their rowannahs or Char Chitties with the Salt and it is accordingly hereby declared, that if the Owners or persons in charge of Salt which shall have been attached, shall assent that he he is in possession of a proper rowannah or Char Chitty which he cannot immediately other Cattle, and the carriages on which manufactured, imported or transported shall be laden liable to Salt manufactured, transported or imported, in disobedience to the rules contained in attachment of the salt in the same proportions and under the same rules and restrictions, as the rewards to which the said parties shall have respectively become entitled on account of the Salt confiscated.

salt pan, deriving from kallar meaning saline sadr diwani adalat : high court of civil and revenue jurisdiction of the Presidency of Bengal correctly char citthi : pass to salt dealer (char meaning saline, and citthi meaning a letter)


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