(b) the amount Collected by the responsible authority under the provisions of Part III less the cost of collection;
(c) the amount for which the right to collect the pilgrim tax is farmed out under Rule 21.
25. Whoever Contravenes the provisions of Rule 20 or otherwise evades the payment of the pilgrim tax shall be punishable with fine which may extend to Rupees 100/-
Statement of Pilgrim tax collected from persons leaving a fair or festival centre by inland Waterways
|Name of fair or festival Centre|
|District and taluk|
|Date||Name or Number of vessel||Place of departure in the fairor festival||Number of outgoing tickets sold and number of persons leaving the fair or festival centre||Pilgrim tax collected||Total|
|Rs. P||Rs. P||Rs. P|
|Total number of persons transported from fair or festival centre|
|Cost of collection|
|Cost of printing tickets|
|Net amount of pilgrim tax payable to local authority|
|Station:||Signature of owner or person in charge of vessel|
Note:- For the purpose of this Annexure, a person who has not attained the age of twelve years shall be deemed to be a "child" and any other person an adult.
PUBLIC SANITARY CONVENIENCE (PROVISION AND MAINTENANCE) RULES, 1940
In exercise of the powers conferred by Sections 37 and 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 Public Sanitary Convenience (Provision and Maintenance) Rules, 1940.
2. Every public sanitary convenience constituted or provided by a local authority shall be of a design, or conform to one of the type design approved by the Superintending Engineer (Public Health).
The provision of this rule shall not apply in the case of city of Madras.
3. (1) If a public sanitary convenience is intended for the use of both sexes, the portion intended for one sex shall be completely screened from that intended for the other by a partition Wall not less than 7 feet in height and have separate means of entrance.
(2) Every seat in a public Sanitary convenience shall be effectively screened so as to secure adequate privacy to the user thereof.
4. No public sanitary convenience shall be situated as to cause risk of contamination of any Source of water-Supply used for drinking or domestic purposes. All public sanitary Convenience in existence on the date of the coming into force of these rules which do not comply with the provisions of this rule shall be closed and new ones shall be provided at suitable places within one year of the said date.