(a) Search for a single entry in the first year for which the search is made - rs 2.00
(b) for every additional year for which the search is continued- rs 2.OO
(c) for granting extract relating to each birth or death - rs5.00
(d) for granting non-availability certificate of birth or death - rs 2.00

(2) Any such extract in regard to a birth or death shall be issued by the Registrar or the officer authorised by the State Government in this behalf in Form No. 5 or, as the case may be, in Form No. 6 and shall be certified in the manner provided for in Section 76 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (1 of 1872).

(3) If any particular event of birth or death is not found registered the Registrar shall issue a non-availability certificate in Form No. 10.

(4) Any such extracts or non-availability certificate may be furnished to the person asking for it or sent to him by post on payment of the postal charges therefor

14. Interval and forms of periodical returns under Section 19 (1)

-(1) Every Registrar shall after completing the process of registration send all the Statistical Parts of the reporting forms relating to each month along with a Summary Monthly Report in Form No. 11 for births, Form No. 12 for deaths and Form No. 13 for still births to the Chief Registrar or the officer specified by him on or before the 5th of the following month. (2) The officer so specified shall forward all such statistical parts of the reporting forms received by him to the Chief Registrar not later than the 10th of the month.

15. Statistical report under Section 19 (2)

-The statistical report under sub-section (2) of Section 19 shall contain the tables in the prescribed formats appended to these rules and shall be compiled for each year before the 31st July of the year immediately following and shall be published as soon as may be thereafter but in any case not later than five months from that date.

16. Conditions for compounding offences

-( 1)Any offence punishable under Section 23 may, either before or after the institution of criminal proceedings under this Act, be compounded by an officer authorised by the Chief Registrar by a general or special order in this behalf, if the officer so authorised is satisfied that the offence was committed through inadvertence or oversight or for the first time. (2) Any such offence may be compounded on payment of such sum, not exceeding rupees fifty for offences under sub-sections (1), (2) and (3) and rupees ten for offences under sub-section (4) of Section 23 as the said officer may think fit.

17. Registers and other records under Section 30 (2) (k)-

-(1) The birth register, death register and still birth register shall be records of permanent importance and shall not be destroyed. (2) The Court orders and orders of the specified authorities granting permission for delayed registration received under Section 13 by the Registrar, shall form an integral part of the birth register, death register and still birth register and shall not be destroyed. (3) The certificate as to the cause of death furnished under sub-section (3) of the Section 10 shall be retained for a period of at least 5 years by the Chief Registrar or the officer specified by him in this behalf. (4) Every birth register, death register and still birth register shall be retained by the Registrar in his office permanently.