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(i) with fine which may extend to Rupees 50/- and in case of a Continuing breach which may extend to Rupees. 5/- for every day during which the breach continues after conviction for the first breach, or

(ii) with fine which may extend to Rupees 10/- for every day during which the breach continues after receipt of notice from the executive authority or the Health Officer to discontinue such breach.

RULES REGARDING THE APPORTIONMENT OF COST OF ALTERATION OR RECONSTRUCTION OF DRAINS

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of Section 28 and Section 128 of the Madras Public Health Act, 1939 (Madras Act III of 1939), His Excellency the Governor of Madras is hereby pleased to make the following rule:-

Where by reason of a local authority changing its system or drainage or undertaking a new system of drainage in lieu of an old system, it becomes necessary for the owner of any premises to reconstruct or alter any drain, the cost of the reconstruction or alteration of that portion of the drain which is situated inside the premises shall be borne wholly by the owner and the cost of the reconstruction or alteration of that portion of the drain which is situated outside the premises shall be borne wholly by the local authority.


THE MADRAS FAIRS AND FESTIVALS LICENSING OF HOUSES FOR RECEPTION OF VISITORS RULES, 1939

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 125 and Sub-section (1) and Clause (a) of sub-section (2) of Section 128 of the Madras Public Health Act, 1939 (Madras Act III of 1939), His Excellency the Governor of Madras is hereby pleased to make the following rules:-

1. These rules may be called The Madras Fairs and Festivals Licensing of Houses for Reception of Visitors Rules, 1939.

2. (1) The owner or occupier of a house applying for a licence under Section 125 of the Madras Public Health Act, 1939 shall specify in the application the following particulars:-

(a) His full name and place of residence;

(b) the situation of the premises to be used for the accommodation of visitors for gain;

(c) the total number of rooms in the house, the dimensions of each room and the purpose or purposes for which each room is proposed to be used; and

(d) the other space such as verandahs, open spaces and yards available in the house.

(2) He shall remit with his application a fee of Rupees 2/- for every fifteen days or fraction thereof for which the license is applied for.

(3) The license granted shall be in the form appended to these rules.

3. No license shall be granted unless the house is certified by an officer of the Public Health Department of the local authority not below the rank of Health or Sanitary Inspector as fit for the purpose of accommodating visitors.

4. The license shall not permit any room wholly or partly used for habitation to be occupied at any one time by a greater number of persons than will allow 30 Square feet of floor space and 300 cubic feet for each person exceeding ten years of age and 20 square feet of floor space and 200 cubic feet for each person not exceeding ten years of age.

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