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THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973

Title : THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973

Year : 1973



When an offence is tried by the High Court otherwise than under section 407, it shall, in the trial of the offence, observe the same procedure as a Court of Sessions would observe, if it were trying the case.



(1) The Central Government may make rules consistent with this Code and the Army Act, 1950 (46 of 1950), the Navy Act, 1957 (62 of 1957), and the Air Force Act, 1950 (45 of 1950), and any other law, relating to the Armed Forces of the Union, for the time being in force, as to cases in which persons subject to military, navel or air force law, or such other law, shall be tried by a Court to which this Code applies or by a Court-martial, and when any person is brought before a Magistrate and charged with an offence for which he is liable to be tried either by a Court to which this Code applies or by a Court-martial, such Magistrate shall have regard to such rules, and shall in proper cases deliverhim, together with a statement of the offence of which he is accused, to the commanding officer of the unit to which he belongs, or to the commanding officer of the nearest military, naval or air-force station, as the case may be, for purpose of being tried by a Court-martial.

Explanation.-In this section-

(a) "Unit" includes a regiment, corps, ship, detachment, group, battalion or company.

(b) "Court-martial" includes any tribunal with the powers similar to those of a Court-martial constituted under the relevant law applicable to the Armed Forces of the Union.

(2) Every Magistrate shall, on receiving a written application for that purposes by the commanding officer of any unit or body of soldiers, sailors or airmen stationed or employed at any such place, use his utmost endeavours to apprehend and secure any person accused of such offence.

(3) A High Court may, if it thinks fit, direct that a prisoner detained in any jail situate within the State be brought before a Court-martial for trial or to be examined touching any matter pending before the Court-martial.



Subject to the power conferred by Article 227 of the Constitution, the forms set forth in the Second Schedule, with such variations as the circumstances of each case require, may be used for the respective purposes therein mentioned, and if used shall be sufficient.



(1) Every High Court may, with the previous approval of the State Government, make rules-

(a) As to the persons who may be permitted to act as petition-writers in the Criminal Courts subordinate to it;

(b) Regulating the issue of licenses to such persons, the conduct of business by them, and the scale of fees to be charged by them.

(c) Providing a penalty for a contravention of any of the rules so made and determining the authority by which such contravention may be investigated and the penalties imposed;

(d) Any other matter which is required to be, may be, prescribed.

(2) All rules made under this section shall be published in the Official Gazette.



If the Legislative Assembly of a State by a resolution so permits, the State Government may, after consultation with High Court, by notification, direct that references in sections 108 , 109 , 110 , 145 and 147 to an Executive Magistrate shall be construed as references to a Judicial Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT-

3*[Andaman and Nicobar Islands ; Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Lakshadweep Islands:-

In Section 478, the words "if the State Legislature by a resolution so requires.]

2*[Maharashtra :-

In section 478 for the words "to an Executive Magistrate shall be construed" the words "to an Executive Magistrate in the areas of the State outside Greater Bombay shall be construed" shall be substituted.]

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1. Substituted by Act 63 1980, section 8, for section 478 w.e.f. 23.9.1980.

2. Vide Maharashtra Act 1 of 1978 w.e.f. 15.4.1978.Ed. This amendment has been made prior to the enactment of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1980 (Central Act 63 of 1980, section 8 w.e.f. 23.9.1980.

3. Vide omission Regn. 1 of 1974, w.e.f. 30.3.1974.
 
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No Judge or Magistrate shall, except with the permission of the Court to which an appeal lies from his Court, try or commit for trial any case to or in which he is a party, or personally interested, and no Judge or Magistrate shall hear an appeal from any judgement or order passed or made by himself.

Explanation -A Judge or Magistrate shall not be deemed to be a party to, or personally interested in, any case by reason only that he is concerned therein in a public capacity, or by reason only that he has viewed the place in which an offence is alleged to have been committed or any other place in which any other transaction material to the case is alleged to have occurred and made an inquiry in connection with the case.



No pleader who practices in the Court of any Magistrate shall sit as a Magistrate in that Court or in any Court within the local jurisdiction of that Court.

STATE AMENDMENT
1*[Karnataka :

After section 480, the following section shall be inserted, namely:-

"480A. Other powers of Magistrate.-

Any Judicial Magistrate or Executive Magistrate shall be entitled to attest, verify or authenticate any document brought before him for the purpose of attestation, verification or authentication, as the case may be, and to affix seals thereon, as may be prescribed by any law for the time being in force."]

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1. Vide Karnataka Act 35 of 1984.

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A public servant having any duty to perform in connection with the sale of any property under this Code shall not purchase or bid for the properly.



Nothing in this Code shall be deemed to limit or affect the inherent powers of the High Court to make such orders as may be necessary to give effect to any order this Code, or to prevent abuse of the process of any Court or otherwise to secure the ends of justice.



Every High Court shall so exercise its superintendence over the Courts of Judicial Magistrates subordinate to it as to ensure that there is an expeditious and proper disposal of cases by such Magistrates.



(1) The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 ( 5 of 1898 ), is hereby repealed.

(2) Notwithstanding such repeal,-

(a) If, immediately before the date on which this Code conies into force, there is any appeal, application, trial inquiry or investigation pending, then, such appeal, application, trial, inquiry or investigation shall be disposed of, continued, held or made, as the case may be, in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 ( 5 of 1898 ), as in force immediately before such commencement (hereinafter referred to as the Old Code), as if this Code had not come into force:

Provided
that every inquiry under Chapter XVIII of the Old Code, which is pending at the commencement of this Code, shall be dealt with and disposed of in accordance with the provisions of this Code;

(b) All notifications published, proclamations issued, powers conferred, forms prescribed, local jurisdictions defined, sentences passed and orders, rules and appointments, not being appointments as Special Magistrates, made under the Old Code and which are in force immediately before the commencement of this Code, shall be deemed, respectively to have been published, issued, Conferred, prescribed defined, passed or made under the corresponding provisions of this Code.

(c) Any sanction accorded or consent given under the Old Cod e in pursuance of which no proceeding was commenced under that Code , shall be deemed to have been accorded or given under the corresponding provisions of this Code and proceedings may be commenced under this Code in pursuance of such sanction or consent;

(d) The provisions of the Old Code shall continue to apply in relation to every prosecution against a Ruler within the meaning of Article 363 of the Constitution.

(3) Where the period prescribed for an application or other proceeding under the old Code had expired on or before the commencement of this Code, nothing in this Code shall be construed as enabling any such application to be made or proceeding to be commenced under this Code by reason only of the fact that a longer period therefore is prescribed by this Code or provisions are made in this Code for the extension of time.

STATE AMENDMENT
1*[Uttar Pradesh:

(1) In section 484, in sub-section (2), in clause (a) after the proviso, the following further proviso shall be inserted, namely:-

"Provided further that the provisions of section 326 of this Code as amended by the Code of Criminal Procedure (Uttar Pradesh Amendment) Act, 1976 shall apply also to every trial pending in a Court of Session at the commencement of this Code and also pending at the commencement of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Uttar Pradesh Amendment) Act, 1983".]

1*[(2) In section 484, in sub-section (2), after clause (d), the following clause shall be inserted and be deemed always to have been inserted, namely:-

"(e) The provisions of the United Provinces Borstal Act, 1938 (U.P. Act VIII of 1938) the United Provinces First Offenders Probation Act, 1938 (U.P. Act VI of 1938), and the Uttar Pradesh Children Act, 1951 (U.P. Act 1 of 1951) shall continue in force in the State of Uttar Pradesh until altered or repealed or amended by the competent Legislature or other competent authority, and accordingly, the provisions of section 360 of this case shall not apply to that State, and the provisions of section 361 shall apply with the substitution of references to the Central Act named therein by references to the corresponding Acts in force in the State."]

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1. Vide Uttar Pradesh Act 1 of 1984, Section 11 w.e.f. 1.5.1984 and Uttar Pradesh Act 16 of 1976, Section 10 w.e.f. 1.5.1976.
 
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THE FIRST SCHEDULE
CLASSIFICATION OF OFFENCES

Explanatory Note.-

(1) In regard to offences under the Indian Penal Code, the entries in the second and third columns against a section the number of which is given in the first column are not intended as the definition of, and the punishment prescribed for, the offence in the Indian Penal Code, but merely as indication of the substance of the section.

(2) In this Schedule,

(i) The expression "Magistrate of the first class" and "Any Magistrate" include Metropolitan Magistrates but not Executive Magistrate;

(ii) The word "cognizable" stands for "a police officer may arrest without warrant"; and

(iii) The word "non-cognizable" stands for, "a police officer shall not arrest without warrant".

1.OFFENCES UNDER THE INDIAN PENAL CODE

CHAPTER V-ABETMENT

109    Abetment of any offence, if the act abetted is committed inconsequence, and where no express provision is made for its punishment.    Same as for offence abetted.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non- bailable.    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

110    Abetment of any offence, if the person abetted does the act with a different intention from that of the Abettor.    Same as for offence abetted.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non- bailable.    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

111    Abetment of any offence, when one act is abetted and a different act is done; subject to the proviso.    Same for offence intended to be abetted.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non- bailable.    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

113    Abetment of any offence, when an effect is caused by the act abetted different from that intended by the abettor.    Same as for offence committed.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non- bailable.    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

114    Abetment of any offence, if abettor is present when offence is committed.    Same as for offence committed.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non-bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

115    Abetment of an offence, Punishable with death or imprisonment for life, if the offence be not committed in consequence of the abetment.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine. Imprisonment for 14 years and fine.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    Non-bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.
    If an act which causes harm to be done inconsequence of the abetment.    Imprisonment for 14 years and fine.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    Non-bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

116    Abetment of an offence, Punishable with imprisonment, if the offence be not committed in consequence of the abetment.    Imprisonment extending To a quarter part of the longest term provided for The offence, or fine, or Both. A    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non- bailable.    Court by which offence abetted is triable.
    If the abettor or the person abetted be a public servant whose duty it is to prevent the offence.    Imprisonment extending To half of the longest term provided for the offence, Or fine or both.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non- bailable.    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

117    Abetting the commission of an offence by the public, or by more than ten persons.    Imprisonment for 3 years, Or fine, or both.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non-bailable.    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

118    Concealing a design to commit an offence punishable with death or imprisonment for life, if the offence be committed.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine A    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    Non-bailable Bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.
    If the offence be not committed.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    Bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

119    A public servant
concealing a design to commit an offence which it is his duty to prevent, if The offence be committed.
A    Imprisonment extending To half of the longest term provided for the offence, Or fine, or both.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is bailable or non-bailable. Non-bailable. Bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.
    If the offence be punishable with death or imprisonment for life.    Imprisonment for 10 years.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    Non-bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.
    If the offence be not committed.    Imprisonment extending To a quarter part of the longest term provided for the offence, or fine, or both.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    Bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

120    Concealing a design to commit an offence punishable with imprisonment, if offence be committed.    Imprisonment extending To one-eighth part of the longest term provided for the offence, or fine, or both.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as offence abetted is A bailable or non-bailable. Bailable.    Court by which offence abetted is triable.
    If the offence be not committed    Imprisonment extending to one-eighth part of the longest term provided for the offence, or fine, or both.    According as offence abetted is cognizable or non- cognizable.    Bailable    Court by which offence abetted is triable.

CHAPTER VA-CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

120B    Criminal conspiracy to commit an offence punishable with death, imprisonment for life or rigorous imprisonment for a term of 2 years or upwards. Any other criminal conspiracy.    Same as for abetment of the offence which is the object of the conspiracy. Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    According as the offence which is the object of conspiracy is cognizable or non-cognizable.    According as offence which is object of conspiracy is bailable or non- bailable. Bailable    Court by which abetment of the offence which is the object of conspiracy is triable. Magistrate of the first class.
    Any other criminal conspiracy.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

CHAPTER VI-OFFENCES AGAINST THE STATE

121    Waging or attempting to wage war, or abetting the waging of war, against the Government of India.    Death, or imprisonment for life and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

121A    Conspiring to commit
certain offences against the State.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

122    Collecting arms, etc., with The intention of waging War against the Government of India.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

123    Concealing with intent to facilitate a design to wage War.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

124    Assaulting President,
Governor, etc., with intent to compel or restrain the exercise of any lawful power.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

124A    Sedition.    Imprisonment for life and fine, or imprisonment for 3 years and fine, or fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

125    Waging war against any Asiatic power in alliance or at peace with the Government of India, or abetting the waging of such war.    Imprisonment for life and fine, or imprisonment for 7 years and fine, or fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

126    Committing depredation On the territories of any power in alliance or at peace with the Government of India.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine, and forfeiture of certain property.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

127    Receiving property taken by war or depredation mentioned in sections 125 And 126.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine, and forfeiture of certain property.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

128    Public servant voluntarily allowing prisoner of State or war in his custody to
escape.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

129    Public servant negligently suffering prisoner of State or war in his custody to escape.    Simple imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

130    Aiding escape of, rescuing or harbouring, such prisoner, or offering Any resistance to the recapture of such prisoner.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

CHAPTER VII -OFFENCES RELATING TO THE ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE

131    Abetting mutiny, or attempting to seduce an officer, soldier sailor or airman from his allegiance or duty.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

132    Abetment of mutiny, if mutiny is committed in consequence thereof.    Death, or imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

133    Abetment of an assault by An officer, soldier, sailor Or airman on his superior officer, when in the execution of his office.    Imprisonment for 3 years
and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

134    Abetment of such assault, if the assault is committed.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

135    Abetment of the desertion of an officer, soldier, sailor or airman    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

136    Harbouring such an officer, soldier, sailor or airman who has deserted.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

137    Deserter concealed on board merchant vessel, through negligence of master or person in charge thereof.    Fine of 500 rupees    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

138    Abetment of act of insubordination by an officer, soldier, sailor or airman, if the offence be committed in consequence.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

140    Wearing the dress or carrying any token used by a soldier, sailor or airman with intent that it may be believed that he is such a soldier, sailor or airman.    Imprisonment for 3 months or fine of 500 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

CHAPTER VIII - OFFENCES AGAINST THE PUBLIC TRANQUILLITY

143    Being member of an unlawful assembly.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

144    Joining an unlawful assembly armed with any deadly weapon.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

145    Joining or continuing in an unlawful assembly, Knowing that it has been commanded to disperse.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

147    Rioting.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

148    Rioting armed with deadly Weapon.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

149    If an offence be committed by any member of an unlawful assembly, every other member of such assembly shall be guilty of the offence.    The same as for the offence.    According as offence is cognizable or non-Cognizable    According as offence is bailable or non-bailable.    Court by which the offence is triable.

150    Hiring, engaging or employing persons to Take part in an unlawful assembly.    The same as for a member of such assembly and for any offence committed by any member of such assembly.    Cognizable    According as offence is bailable or non-bailable    Court by which the offence is triable.

151    Knowingly joining or continuing in any assembly of five or more Persons after it has been commanded to disperse.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

152    Assaulting or obstructing public servant when suppressing riot, etc.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

153    Wantonly giving provocation with intent to cause riot, if rioting be committed.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    If not committed.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

153A    Promoting enmity between classes.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    Promoting enmity between classes in place of worship, etc.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

5*[153AA
Knowingly carrying arms in any procession or organising or holding or taking part in any mass drill or mass training with arms.    imprisonment for 6 months and fine of 2,000 rupees    Ditto.    Ditto.    Any Magistrate.]
                         
153B    Imputations, assertions prejudicial to national integration.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    6[Magistrate of the first-class.]
    If committed in a place of public worship etc.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

154    Owner or occupier of land non giving information of riot, etc.    Fine of 1,000 rupees.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

155    Person for whose benefit or on whose behalf a riot takes place not using all lawful means to prevent it.    Fine of 1,000 rupees.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

156    Agent of owner or occupier for whose benefit a riot is committed not using all lawful means to prevent it.    Fine of 1,000 rupees.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

157    Harbouring persons hired for an unlawful assembly.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

158    Being hired to take part in an unlawful assembly or riot.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate
    Or to go armed.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

160    Committing affray.    Imprisonment for one month, or fine of 100 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

CHAPTER IX- OFFENCES BY OR RELATING TO PUBLIC SERVANTS

1*[161
Being or expecting to be a public servant, and taking A gratification other than Legal remuneration in respect of an official act.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

1*[162
Taking a gratification in order, by corrupt or illegal means, to influence a public servant.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

1*[163
Taking a gratification for the exercise of personal influence with a public servant.    Simple imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

1*[164
Abetment by public servant of the offences defined in the last two preceding clauses with reference to himself.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

1*[165
Public servant obtaining any valuable thing, without consideration, From a person concerned in any proceeding or business transacted by Such public servant.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

1*[165A
Punishment for abetment of offences punishable under section 161 or section 165.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

166    Public servant disobeying a direction of the law with intent to cause injury to any person.    Simple imprisonment for 1 year or fine, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

10*[166A
Public servant disobeying direction under law.    Imprisonment for minimum 6 months which may extend to 2 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

166B    Non-treatment of victim by hospital.    Imprisonment for 1 year or fine or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.]

167    Public servant framing an incorrect document with intent to cause injury.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

168    Public servant unlawfully engaging in trade.    Simple imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

169    Public servant unlawfully buying or bidding for property.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both and confiscation of property, if purchased.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

170    Personating a Public servant.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Any Magistrate.

171    Wearing grab or carrying token used by public servant with fraudulent intent.    Imprisonment for 3 months or fine or 200 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

CHAPTER IX A-OFFENCES RELATING TO ELECTIONS

171E    Bribery.    Imprisonment for 1 year, of fine, or both, or if only, fine only.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the First class.

171F    Undue influence at an election.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the First class.
    Personation at an election.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the First class.

171G    False statement in connection with an election.    Fine.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the First class.

171H    Illegal payments in connection with elections.    Fine of 500 rupees.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the First class.

171I    Failure to keep election accounts.    Fine of 500 rupees.  
Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the First class.

CHAPTER X- CONTEMPTS OF THE LAWFUL AUTHORITY OF PUBLIC SERVANTS

172    Absconding to avoid service of summons or other proceeding from a public servant.    Simple imprisonment for 1 month, or fine of 500 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    If summons or notice require attendance in person, etc., in a court of Justice.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

173    Preventing the service or The affixing of any summons of notice, or the removal of it when it has been affixed, or preventing a reclamation,    Simple imprisonment for 1 month, or fine of 500 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate
    If summons etc., require attendance in person, etc. in a court of Justice.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

174    Not obeying a legal order to attend at a certain place in person or by agent, or departing therefrom without authority.    Simple imprisonment for 1 month, or fine of 500 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate
    If the order requires personal attendance, etc., in court of Justice.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

5[174A
Failure to appear at specified place and specified time as required by a proclamation published under sub-section (1) of section 82 of this Code.    Imprisonment for 3 years or with fine or with both    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
     In a case where declaration has been made under sub-section (4) of section 82 of this Code pronouncing a person as proclaimed offender.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine    Ditto    Ditto    Ditto]

175    Intentionally omitting to produce a document to a public servant by a person legally bound to produce deliver such document.    Simple imprisonment for 1 month, or fine of 500 rupees, or both    6[Non-cognizable]    6[Bailable]
     The court in which the offence is committed, subject to the provisions of Chapter XXVI; or, if not committed in a court, any Magistrate.
    If the document is required to be produced in or delivered to a court of Justice.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    7[Non-cognizable]
     8[Bailable]
     The court in which the offence is committed, subject to the provisions of Chapter XXVI; or, if not committed in a court, any Magistrate.

176    Intentionally omitting to Give notice or information to a public servant by a person legally bound to Give such notice or information    Simple imprisonment for 1 month, or fine of 500 rupees, or both    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    If the notice or information required respects the commission of an offence, Etc.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate
    If the notice or information is required by an order passed under sub-section (1) of section 356 of this Code.    Imprisonment for 6 month, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

177    Knowingly furnishing false information to a public servant.    Imprisonment for 6 month, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate
    If the information required respects the commission of an offence, etc,    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

178    Refusing oath when duly required to take oath by a public servant.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    The court in which the offence is committed, subject to the provisions of Chapter XXVI; or, if not committed in a court, any Magistrate.

179    Being legally bound to state truth, and refusing to answer questions.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    The court in which the offence is committed, subject to the provision of Chapter XXVI; or, if not committed in a court, any Magistrate.

180    Refusing to sign statement made to a public servant when legally required to do so.    Simple imprisonment for 3 month, or fine of 500 rupees, or both    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    The court in which the offence is committed, subject to the provision of Chapter XXVI; or, if not committed in a court, any Magistrate.

181    Knowingly stating to a public servant, on oath as True that which is false.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

182    Giving false information to a public servant in order to cause him to use his lawful power to the injury or annoyance of any person.    Imprisonment for 6 months or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

183    Resistance to the taking of property by the lawful authority of a public servant.    Imprisonment for 6 months or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

184    Obstructing sale of property offered for sale by authority of a public servant.    Imprisonment for 1 month, or fine of 500 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

185    Bidding, by a person under a legal incapacity to purchase it, for property at a lawfully authorized Sale, or bidding without intending to perform the obligations incurred thereby.    Imprisonment for 1 month, or fine of 200 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

186    Obstructing public servant in discharge of his public functions.    Imprisonment for 3 months of fine 500 rupees, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENT
2*[Andhra Pradesh

Offence under Section 186 is cognizable.
9*[Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh

Offence under Section 186 is cognizable.

187    Omission to assist public servant when bound by law to give such assistance.    Simple imprisonment for 1 months, or fine of 200 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    Willfully neglecting to aid a public servant who demands aid in the execution of process, the prevention of offences, Etc.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 500 rupees, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

188    Disobedience to an order lawfully promulgated by a public servant, it such disobedience causes obstruction, annoyance or injury to persons lawfully employed.    Simple imprisonment for one months, or fine of 200 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    If such disobedience causes danger to human life, health or safety, etc.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENT
9*[Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh

The offence under Section 188 is Non-bailable

189    Threatening a public servant with injury to him or one in whom he is interested, to induce him to do or forbear to do any official act.    Imprisonment for 2 years or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENT
3*[Andhra Pradesh

Offence under section 189 is cognizable.
9*[Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh

Offence under Section 189 is cognizable.

190    Threatening any person to induce him to refrain From making a legal application for protection From injury.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENT
3*[ Andhra Pradesh

Offence under section 190 is cognizable.
9*[ Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh

Offence under section 190 is cognizable.

CHAPTER XI-FALSE EVIDENCE AND OFFENCE AGAINST PUBLIC JUSTICE

193    Giving or fabricating false evidence in a judicial proceeding.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    Giving or fabricating false evidence in any other case.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

194    Giving or fabricating false evidence with intent to cause any person to be convicted of a capital offence.    Imprisonment for life, or rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Non-Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Court of Session
    If innocent person be thereby convicted and executed.    Death, or as above.    Non-Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Court of Session

195    Giving or fabricating false evidence with intent to procure conviction of an offence punishable with imprisonment for life or with imprisonment for 7 years or upwards.    The same as for the offence.    Non-Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Court of Session 7 [195A Threatening any person to give false evidence.    Imprisonment for 7 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable.    Court by which offence of giving false evidence is triable.
            If innocent person is convicted and sentenced in consequence of false evidence with death, or imprisonment for more than seven years.    The same as for the offence.    Ditto    Ditto    Ditto]

196    Using in a judicial proceeding evidence known to be false or fabricated.    The same as for giving or fabricating false evidence.    8[Non-Cognizable]    According as offence of giving such evidence is bailable or non-bailable.    Court by which offence of giving or fabricating false evidence is triable.

197    Knowingly issuing or signing a false certificate relating to any fact of which such certificate is by law admissible in evidence.    The same as for giving or fabricating false evidence    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Court by which offence of giving or fabricating false evidence is triable.

198    Using as a true certificate one known to be false in a material point.    The same as for giving or fabricating false evidence    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Court by which offence of giving or fabricating false evidence is triable.

199    False statement made in any declaration which by law receivable as evidence.    The same as for giving or fabricating false evidence    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Court by which offence of giving or fabricating false evidence is triable.

200    Using as true any such declaration known to be false.    The same as for giving or fabricating false evidence.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court by which offence of giving false evidence is triable.

201    Causing disappearance of evidence of an offence committed, or giving false information touching it to screen the offender, if a capital offence.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court of Session.
    If punishable with imprisonment for life or imprisonment for 10 years.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If punishable with less than 10 years' imprisonment.    Imprisonment for a quarter of the longest term provided for the offence, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court by which the offence is triable.

202    Intentional omission to give information of an offence by a person legally bound to inform.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

203    Giving false information respecting an offence committed.    Imprisonment for 2 years or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

204    Secreting or destroying any document to prevent its production as evidence.    Imprisonment for 2 years or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

205    False personation for the purpose of any act or proceeding in a suit or criminal prosecution, or for becoming bail or security.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

206    Fraudulent removal or concealment, etc., of property to prevent its seizure as a forfeiture, or in satisfaction of a fine under sentence, or in execution of a decree.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

207    Claiming property without right, or practicing deception touching any right to it, to prevent its being taken as a forfeiture or in satisfaction of a fine under sentence, or in execution of a decree.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

208    Fraudulently suffering a decree to pass for a sum not due, or suffering decree to be executed after it has been satisfied.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

209    False claim in a court of Justice.    Imprisonment for 2 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

210    Fraudulently obtaining a decree for a sum not due, or causing a decree to be executed after it has been satisfied.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

211    False charge of offence made with intent to injure.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If offence charged be punishable with imprisonment for 7 years or upwards.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If offence charged be capital or punishable with imprisonment for life.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court of Session.

212    Harbouring an offender, if the offence be capital.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If punishable with imprisonment for life or with imprisonment for 10 years.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If punishable with imprisonment for 1 year and not for 10 years.    Imprisonment for a quarter of the longest term, and of the description, provided for the offence, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class

213    Taking gift, etc., to screen an offender from punishment if the offence be capital.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class
    If punishable with imprisonment for life or with imprisonment for 10 years.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class
    If punishable with imprisonment for less then 10 years.    Imprisonment for a quarter of the longest term provided for the offence, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class

214    Offering gift or restoration of property in consideration of screening offender if the offence be capital.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class
    If punishable with imprisonment for life or with imprisonment for 10 years.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class
    If punishable with imprisonment for less then 10 years.    Imprisonment for a quarter of the longest term provided for the offence, or fine, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class

215    Taking gift to help to recover movable property of which a person has been deprived by an offence without causing apprehension of offender.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

216    Harbouring an offender who has escaped from custody, or whose apprehension has been ordered, if the offence be capital.    Imprisonment of 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If punishable with imprisonment for life or with imprisonment for 10 years.    Imprisonment for 3 years, with or without fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class
    If punishable with imprisonment for 1 year and not for 10 years.    Imprisonment for a quarter of the longest term provided for the offence, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class

216A    Harbouring robbers or dacoits.    Rigorous imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class

217    Public servant disobeying a direction of law with intent to save person from punishment, or property from forfeiture.    Imprisonment of 2 years, or fine or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

218    Public servant framing an incorrect record or writing with intent to save person from punishment, or property from forfeiture.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

219    Public servant in a judicial proceeding corruptly Making and pronouncing an order, report, Verdict, or decision which he knows to be contrary to law.    Imprisonment for 7 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

220    Commitment for trial or confinement by a person Having authority, who Knows that he is Acting contrary to law.    Imprisonment for 7 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

221    Intentional omission to apprehend on the part of a public servant bound by law to apprehend an offender, if the offence be Capital.    Imprisonment for 7 years, with or without fine.    According as the offence in relation to which such omission has made is cognizable or non-cognizable.    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If punishable with imprisonment for life or imprisonment for 10 years.    Imprisonment for 3 years. with or without fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If punishable with imprisonment for less than 10 years.    Imprisonment for 2 years, with or without fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

222    Intentional omission to apprehend on the part of A public servant bound by law to apprehend person under sentence of a court of Justice if under sentence of death.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 14 years, with or without fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.
    If under sentence of imprisonment for life or imprisonment for 10 years, or upwards    Imprisonment for 7 years, with or without fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If under sentence of imprisonment for less than 10 years of lawfully committed to custody.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class

223    Escape from confinement negligently suffered by a public servant.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

224    Resistance or obstruction by a person to his lawful apprehension.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

225    Resistance or obstruction to the lawful apprehension of any person, or, rescuing him from lawful custody.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    If charged with an offence punishable with imprisonment for life or, imprisonment for 10 years.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If charged with a capital offence.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If the person is sentenced to imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years, or upwards.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If under sentence of death.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-Bailable    Court of Session.
225A    Omission to apprehend, or sufferance of escape on part of public servant, in cases not otherwise provided for: A-
                  
    (a) In case of intentional omission or sufferance.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

    (b) In case of negligent omission or sufferance.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

225B    Resistance or obstruction to lawful apprehension, or escape or rescue in cases not otherwise provided for.    Imprisonment for 6 months, of fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

227    Violation of condition of remission of punishment.    Punishment of original sentence, or if part of the punishment has been undergone, the residue.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    The court by which the original offence was triable.

228    Intentional insult or interruption to a public servant sitting in any stage of a judicial proceeding.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine or 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    The court in which the offence is committed subject to the provisions of Chapter XXVI.

STATE AMENDMENT

3*[Andhra Pradesh:
Offence under section 228 is cognizable.

9*[Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh:-

Offence under section 228 is cognizable.

4*[228A
Disclosure of identity of the victim of certain offences, etc.    Imprisonment for two years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    Printing or publication of a proceeding without prior permission of court    Imprisonment for two years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

229    Personation of a juror or assessor.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

5*[229A
Failure by person released on bail or bond to appear in Court.    Imprisonment for 1 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.]
 
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1. Section 161 to 165A of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860) repealed by the Prevention of Corruption Act,1988 (49 of 1988), section 31, (w.e.f. 9-9-1998).

2. Vide A.P.G.O. Ms. No. 782, dated5th December, 1991.

3. Vide A.P.G.O. Ms. No. 732, dated5th December, 1991.

4. Inserted by Act 43 of 1983, section 5 (w.e.f. 25-12-1983).

5. Inserted by Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2005.

6. Substituted for the word "Ditto"by Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2005.

7. Inserted by The Criminal Law (Amendment), 2005.

8. Substituted for the word "Ditto" by The Criminal Law (Amendment), 2005.

9. Vide Notification No. 33205, F. No. 6-59-74-B-XXI, dated 19.11.1975

10. Inserted by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013) w.e.f. 03.02.2013.

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THE FIRST SCHEDULE
(Chapter XI to XIX)

 
CHAPTER XII- OFFENCES RELATING TO COIN AND GOVERNMENT STAMPS

231    Counterfeiting, or performing any part of the process of counterfeiting coin.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

232    Counterfeiting, or performing any part of the process of counterfeiting
Indian coin.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

233    Making, buying or selling instrument for the purpose of counterfeiting coin.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

234    Making, buying or selling instrument for the purpose of counterfeiting Indian coin.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

235    Possession of instrument or material for the purpose of using the same for counterfeiting coin.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class. Court of Session.

    If Indian coin.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

236    Abetting, in India, the counterfeiting, out of India, of coin.    The punishment provided for abetting the counterfeiting of such coin within India.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class. Court of Session.

237    Import or export of counterfeit coin, knowing the same to be counterfeit.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

238    Import or export of counterfeit of Indian coin, knowing the same to be counterfeit.    Imprisonment for life, or Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

239    Having any counterfeit coin known to be such when it came into possession, and delivering, etc., the same to any person.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

240    Same with respect to Indian coin.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

241    Knowingly delivering to another any counterfeit coin as genuine, which, when first possessed, the deliverer did not know to be counterfeit.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or 10 times the Value of the coin counterfeited, or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate

242    Possession of counterfeit coin by a person who knew it to be counterfeit when he became possessed thereof.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

243    Possession of Indian coin by a person who knew it to be counterfeit when he became possessed thereof.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

244    Person employed in a Mint causing coin to be of a different weight or composition from that fixed by law.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

245    Unlawfully taking from a Mint any coining instrument.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

246    Fraudulently diminishing the weight or altering the composition of any coin.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

247    Fraudulently diminishing the weight or altering the composition of Indian coin.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

248    Altering appearance of any coin with intent that it shall pass as a coin of a different description.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

249    Altering appearance of Indian coin with intent that it shall pass as a coin of a different description.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

250    Delivery to another of coin possessed with the knowledged that it is altered.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

251    Delivery of Indian coin possessed with the knowledge that it is altered.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

252    Possession of altered coin by a person who knew it to be altered when he became possessed thereof.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

253    Possession of Indian coin by a person who knew it to be altered when he became possessed thereof.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

254    Delivery to another of coin as genuine which, when first possessed, the deliverer did not know to be altered.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or 10 times the value of the coin.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

255    Counterfeiting a Government stamp.    Imprisonment for life, or Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

256    Having possession of an instrument or material for the purpose of counterfeiting a Government stamp.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

257    Making, buying or selling instrument for the purpose of counterfeiting a Government stamp.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

258    Sale of counterfeit Government stamp.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

259    Having possession of a counterfeit Government stamp.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

260    Using as genuine a Government stamp known to be counterfeit.    Imprisonment for 7 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

261    Effacing any writing from a substance bearing a Government stamp, or removing from a document a stamp used for it, with intent to cause a loss to Government.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class

262    Using a Government stamp known to have been before used.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

263    Erasure of mark denoting that stamps have been used.    Imprisonment for 3 years or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

263A    Fictitious stamps.    Fine of 200 rupees.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

CHAPTER XIII- OFFENCES RELATING TO WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

264    Fraudulent use of false instrument for weighing.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

265    Fraudulent use of false weight or measure.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

266    Being in possession of false weights or measures for fraudulent use.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

267    Making or selling false weights or measures for fraudulent use.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

CHAPTER XIV- OFFENCES AFFECTING THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, CONVENIENCE, DECENCY AND MORALS

269    Negligently doing any act known to be likely to spread infection of any disease dangerous to life.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

270    Malignantly doing any act known to be likely to spread infection of any disease dangerous to life.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

271    Knowingly disobeying any quarantine rule.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

272    Adulterating food or drink intended for sale, so as to make the same noxious.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

273    Selling any food or drink as food and drink, knowing the same to be noxious.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

274    Adulterating any drug or medical preparation intended for sale so as to lessen its efficacy, or to change its operation, or to make it noxious.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    15 [Non-bailable]    Any Magistrate.

275    Offering for sale or issuing from a dispensary any drug or medical preparation known to have been adulterated.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    15 [Bailable]
     Any Magistrate.

276    Knowingly selling or issuing from a dispensary any drug or medical preparation as a different drug or medical preparation    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENTS
(Sections 272 to 276)

18*[Orissa:- Same as that of Uttar Pradesh except Col 3 which shall be "Imprisonment for life, and fine"

1*[Uttar Pradesh:

For the existing entries against sections 272, 273, 274, 275and 276 in the First Schedule, the following shall be substituted:-

"272    Adulterating food or drink intended for sale, so as to make the same noxious.    Imprisonment for life, with or without fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

273    Selling any food or drink as food and drink, knowing the same to be noxious.    Imprisonment for life, with or without fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

274    Adulterating any drug or medical preparation intended for sale so as to lessen its efficacy, or to change its operation, or to make it noxious.    Imprisonment for life, with or without fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

275    Offering for sale or issuing from a dispensary any drug or medical preparation known to have been adulterated.    Imprisonment for life, with or without fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

276    Knowingly selling or issuing from a dispensary any drug or medical preparation as a different drug or medical preparation    Imprisonment for life, with or without fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

STATE AMENDMENT
2*[West Bengal:

For the existing entries against sections 272, 273, 274, 275 and 276 in the First Schedule, the following shall be substituted:-

"272    Adulterating food or drink intended for sale, so as to make the same noxious.    Imprisonment for life, with or without fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

273    Selling any food or drink, as food and drink, knowing the same to be noxious.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees. or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

274    Adulterating any drug or medical preparation intended for sale so as to lessen its efficacy, or to change its operation, or to make it noxious.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees. or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

275    Offering for sale or issuing from a dispensary any drug or medical preparation known to have been adulterated.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees. or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

276    Knowingly selling or issuing from a dispensary any drug or medical preparation as different drug or medical preparation.    Imprisonment for life, with or without fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

277    Defiling the water of a public spring or reservoir.    Imprisonment for 3 months, or fine of 500 rupees, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

278    Making atmosphere noxious to health.    Fine of 500 rupees    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

279    Driving or riding on a public way so rashly or negligently as to endanger human life, etc.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine or 1,000 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

280    Navigating any vessel so rashly or negligently as to endanger human life, etc.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine or 1,000 rupees, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

281    Exhibition of a false light, mark or buoy.    Imprisonment for 7 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

282    Conveying for hire any person by water, in a vessel in such a state, or so loaded, as to endanger his life.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

283    Causing danger, obstruction or, injury in any public way or line of navigation.    Fine of 200 rupees.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

284    Dealing with any poisonous substance so as to endanger human life, etc.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine 1,000 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

285    Dealing with fire or any combustible matter so as to endanger human life, etc.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine 1,000 rupees, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

286    So dealing with any explosive substance.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine 1,000 rupees, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

287    So dealing with any machinery.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

288    A person omitting to guard against probable danger to human life by the fall of any building over which he has a right entitling him to pull it down or repair it.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine 1,000 rupees, or both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

289    A person omitting to take order with any animal in his possession, so as to guard against danger to human life, or of grievous hurt, from such animal.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine 1,000 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

290    Committing a public nuisance.    Fine of 200 rupees.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

291    Committing a nuisance after injunction to discontinue.    Simple imprisonment for 6 months, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

292    Sale, etc., of obscene books, etc.    On first conviction, with imprisonment for 2 years, and with fine of 2,000 rupees and, in the event of second or subsequent conviction, with imprisonment for five years and with fine of 5,000 rupees    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENTS
3*[Orissa:

Same as in Tamil Nadu.
4*[Tamil Nadu:

In the first Schedule, for the entries relating to sections 292-A and 293, the following entries shall be substitutes, namely:-

"292A    Printing etc. of grossly in- decent or scurrilous matter or matter intended for blackmail.    Imprisonment of either description for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

293    Sale etc., of obscene objects to young persons.    On the first conviction with imprisonment for 3 years, and fine of 2,000 rupees and in the event of second or subsequent conviction, with imprisonment for 7 years, and with fine of 5,000 rupees.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

294    Obsence Songs.    Imprisonment for 3 months, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

294A    Keeping a lottery office.    Imprisonment for 6 months or fine, or both    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    Publishing proposal relating to lotteries.    Fine of 1,000 rupees.    Ditto    Bailable    Ditto

STATE AMENDMENTS
5*[Andhra Pradesh:
Section 294 A has been repealed.

6*[Gujarat:
Same as that of Maharashtra

7*[Maharashtra:
Section 294A has been repealed

8*[Mysore (Karnataka):
In its application to the whole of Mysore except Bellary District, the provisions of section 249A are repealed.

1*[Uttar Pradesh:
Section 294A has been repealed.

CHAPTER XV- OFFENCES RELATING TO RELIGION

295    Destroying, damaging or defiling a place of worship or sacred object with intent to insult the religion of any class of persons.    Imprisonment for 2 years, of fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

295A    Maliciously insulting the religions or the religious beliefs of any class.    Imprisonment for 3 years, of fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
5*[Andhra Pradesh:

Offence under section 295A is cognizable.

296    Causing a disturbance to an assembly engaged in religious worship.    Imprisonment for 1 year, of fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

297    Trespassing in place of worship or sepulchre, disturbing funeral with intention to wound the feeling or to insult the religion of any person, or offering indignity to a human corpse.    Imprisonment for 1 year, of fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

298    Uttering any word or making any sound in the hearing or making any gesture, or placing any object in the sight of any person, with intention to wound his religious feelings.    Imprisonment for 1 year, of fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENT
11*[Andhra Pradesh:

Offence under section 298 is cognizable.

302    Murder.    Death, or imprisonment for life, and fine.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.

303    Murder by a person under Sentence of imprisonment for life.    Death.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.

304    Culpable homicide not amounting to murder, if act by which the death is caused is done with intention of causing death, etc.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.
    If act is done with knowledge that it is likely to cause death, but without any intention to cause death, etc.    Imprisonment for 10 years or fine, or both.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.

304A    Causing death by rash or negligent act.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

9* [304B
Dowry death.    Imprisonment of not less than 7 years but which may extend to imprisonment for life.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.]

305    Abetment of suicide committed by child or insane or delirious person idiot, or a person intoxicated.    Death, or imprisonment of life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.

306    Abetting the Commission of suicide    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.

307    Attempt to murder.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.
    If such act causes hurt to any person.    Imprisonment for life or Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.
    Attempt by life-convict to murder, if hurt is caused    Death or imprisonment for 10 years, and fine,    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.

308    Attempt to commit culpable homicide.    Imprisonment for 3 years or fine, or both.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.
    If such act causes hurt to Any person.    Imprisonment for 3 years or fine, or both.    Cognizable    No-bailable    Court of Session.

309    Attempt to commit suicide.    Simple imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

311    Being a thug.    Imprisonment for life and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of session.

312    Causing miscarriage.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If the woman be quick with child.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

313    Causing miscarriage without woman's consent.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

314    Death caused by an act done with intent to cause miscarriage.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.
    If act done without woman's consent.    Imprisonment for life, or as above.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

315    Act done with intent to prevent a child being born alive, or to cause it to die after its birth.    Imprisonment for 10 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

316    Causing death of a quick unborn child by an act amounting to culpable homicide.    Imprisonment for 10 years, or fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

317    Exposure of a child under 12 years of age by parent or person having care of it with intention of wholly abandoning it.    Imprisonment for 7 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:-

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 317 and 318 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."
318    Concealment of birth by secret disposal of dead body.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:-

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 318 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."
323    Voluntarily causing hurt.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

324    Voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    15 [Non-bailable]

     Any Magistrate.
325    Voluntarily causing grievous hurt.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    15 [Bailable]
     Any Magistrate.

326    Voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons or means.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

19*[326A
Voluntarily causing grievous hurt by use of acid, etc.    Imprisonment for not less than ten years but which may extend to imprisonment for life and fine to be paid to the victim.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.]

19*[326B
Voluntarily throwing or attempting to throw acid.    Imprisonment for 5 years but which may extend to 7 years and with fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.]

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:-

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 326 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

327    Voluntarily causing hurt to extort property or a valuable security, or to constrain to do anything which is illegal or which may facilitate the commission of an offence.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

328    Administering stupefying drug with intent to cause hurt, etc.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

329    Voluntarily causing grievous hurt to extort property or a valuable security, or to constrain to do any thing which is illegal, or which may facilitate the commission of an offence.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

330    Voluntarily causing hurt to extort confession or information of property, etc.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

331    Voluntarily causing grievous hurt to extort confession or information or to compel restoration of property, etc.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

332    Voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty.    Imprisonment for 3 years or fine, or both    Cognizable    14* [Ditto]
     Magistrate of the first class.

333    Voluntarily causing grievous hurt to deter public servant from his duty.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    13 *[Ditto]
     Court of Session.

334    Voluntarily causing hurt on grave and sudden provocation, not intending to hurt any other than the person who gave the provocation.    Imprisonment for 1 month or fine of 500 rupees, of both    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

335    Causing grievous hurt on Grave and sudden provocation, not intending to hurt and other than the person who gave the provocation    Imprisonment for 4 years, or fine of 2,000 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

336    Doing and act which endangers human life or the personal safety of others.    Imprisonment for 3 months or fine of 250 rupees, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

337    Causing grievous hurt by an act which endangers human life, etc.    Imprisonment for 6 months, or fine of 500 rupees, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

338    Causing grievous hurt by an act which endangers human life, etc.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

341    Wrongfully restraining any person.    Simple imprisonment for 1 months, or fine of 500 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

342    Wrongfully confining any person.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

343    Wrongfully confining for 3 more days.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

344    Wrongfully confining for 10 or more days.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

345    Keeping any person in wrongful confinement, knowing that a writ has been issued for his liberation.    Imprisonment for 2 years by addition to imprisonment under any other section.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

346    Wrongful confinement in secret.    Imprisonment for 2 years by addition to imprisonment under any other section.   Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

347    Wrongful confinement for the purpose of extorting property, or constraining to an illegal act, etc.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

348    Wrongful confinement for the purpose of extorting confession or information, or of compelling restoration of property, etc.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

352    Assault or use of criminal force otherwise than on grave provocation.    Imprisonment for 3 months,or fine of 500 rupees, or
both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

353    Assault or use of criminal force to deter a public servant from discharge of his duty.    Imprisonment for 2 years,
or fine, or both.    Cognizable    15*[Non-bailable]
     Any Magistrate.

21*[354
Assault or use of criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty.    Imprisonment of 1 year which may extend to 5 years, and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

354A    Sexual harassment of the nature of unwelcome physical contact and advances or a demand or request for sexual favours, showing pornography.    Imprisonment which may extend to 3 years or with fine or with both.    Cognizable    23*[Bailable]
Any Magistrate.

    Sexual harassment of the nature of making sexually coloured remark.    Imprisonment which may extend to 1 year or with fine or with both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

354B    Assault or use of criminal force to woman with intent to disrobe.    Imprisonment of not less than 3 years but which may extend to 7 years and with fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

354C    Voyeurism.    Imprisonment of not less than 1 year but which may extend to 3 years and with fine for first conviction.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
          Imprisonment of not less than 3 years but which may extend to 7 years and with fine for second or subsequent conviction.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.
354D    Stalking    Imprisonment up to 3 years and with fine for first conviction,    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.]
          Imprisonment up to 5 years and with fine for second or subsequent conviction.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.]

STATE AMENDMENT
3*[Orissa:

Offence under section 354 is Non-bailable.

17*[ Madhya Pradesh:

After the entries relating to Section 354, insert the following entries, namely:-

"354-A    Assault or use of Criminal force to women with intent to disrobe her.    Imprisonment of not less than one year but which may extend to ten years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session"

355    Assault or criminal force with intent to dishonour a person, otherwise than on grave and sudden provocation.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-cognizable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENTS
(Sections 354 and 355)

5*[Andhra Pradesh:

For the existing entries against sections 354 and 355, the following shall be substituted:-

354    Assault or use of criminal force to a woman with intent to outrage her modesty    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

355    Assault or criminal force with intent to dishonour a person, otherwise than on grave and sudden provocation.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate."

356    Assault or criminal force in attempt to commit theft of property worn orcarried by a person.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

357    Assault or use of criminal Force in attempt wrong fully to confine a person.    Imprisonment for 1 year or fine of 1,000 rupees, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

358    Assault or use of criminal Force on grave and sudden
provocation.    Simple imprisonment forone month, or fine of 200
rupees, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

363    Kidnapping.    Imprisonment for 7 years,and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
1*[ Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal :

In the entries relating to section 363 of the column 5 for the word "Bailable" the word "Non-bailable" shall be substituted.

16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 363 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."
363A    Kidnapping or obtaining the custody of a minor in order that such minor may be employed or used for purposes of begging.     Imprisonment for 10 years and fine     Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

Maiming a minor in order that such minor may be employed or used for purposes of begging.    Imprisonment for life and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session. 
 
STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 363-A of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."
364    Kidnapping or abducting in order to murder.    Imprisonment for life, or rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

10*[364A
Kidnapping for ransom, etc.    Death, orimprisonment for life, and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

365    Kidnapping or abducting with intent secretly and wrongfully to confine a person.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 365 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

366    Kidnapping or abducting a woman to compel her marriage or to cause her defilement etc.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

366A    Procuration of minor girl.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

366B    Importation of girl from foreign country.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

367    Kidnapping or abducting in order to subject a person to grievous hurt, slavery, etc.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

368    Concealing or keeping in confinement a kidnapped person.    Punishment for kidnapping or abduction.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court by which the kidnapping or abduction is triable.

369    Kidnapping or abducting a child with intent to take property from the person of such child.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

22*[370
Trafficking of person    Imprisonment of not less than 7 years but which may extend to 10 years and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

    Trafficking of more than one person    Imprisonment of not less than 10 years but which may extend to imprisonment for life and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

    Trafficking of a minor    Imprisonment of not less than 10 years but which may extend to imprisonment for life and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

    Trafficking of more than one minor,    Imprisonment of not less than 14 years but which may extend to imprisonment for life and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

    Person convicted of offence of trafficking of minor on more than one occasion.    Imprisonment for life which shall mean the remainder of that person's natural life and with fine    Cognizable    Non-boilable    Court of Session.

    Public servant or a police officer involved in trafficking of minor.    Imprisonment for life which shall mean the remainder of that person's natural life and with fine    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

370A    Exploitation of a trafficked child    Imprisonment of not less than 5 years but which may extend to 7 years and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

     Exploitation of a trafficked person    Imprisonment of not less than 3 years but which may extend to 5 years and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.]

371    Habitual dealing in slaves.    Imprisonment for life, or Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session

372    Selling or letting to hire a minor for purposes of prostitution, etc.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session

373    Buying or obtaining possession of a minor for the same purposes.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session

374    Unlawful compulsory labour.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

20*[376
Rape.    Rigorous imprisonment of not less than 7 years but which may extend to imprisonment for life and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

    Rape by a police officer or a public servant or member of armed forces or a person being on the management or on the staff of a jail, remand home or other place of custody or women's or children's institution or by a person on the management Or on the staff of a hospital and rape committed by a person in a position of trust or authority towards the person raped or by a near relative of the person raped.    Rigorous imprisonment of not less than 10 years but which may extend to imprisonment for life which shall mean the remainder of that person's natural life and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

376A    Person committing an offence of rape and inflicting injury which causes death or causes the woman to be in a persistent vegetative state,    Rigorous imprisonment of not less than 20 years but which may extend to imprisonment for life which shall mean imprisonment for the remainder of that person's natural life or with death.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

376B    Sexual intercourse by husband upon his wife during separation.    Imprisonment for not less than 2 years but which may extend to 7 years and with fine.    Cognizable (but only on the complaint of the victim)    Bailable    Court of Session.]

376C    Sexual intercourse by a person in authority    Rigorous imprisonment for not less than 5 years but which may extend to 10 years and with fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

376D    Gang rape.    Rigorous imprisonment for not less than 20 years but which may extend to imprisonment for life which shall mean imprisonment for the remainder of that person's natural life and with fine to be paid to the victim.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

376E    Repeat offenders.    Imprisonment for life which shall mean the remainder of that person’s natural life or with death.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.]

12*[377
Unnatural offences.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the First class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 377 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

CHAPTER XVII- OFFENCES AGAINST PROPERTY

379    Theft.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine or both    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

380    Theft in a building, tent or vessel.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

381    Theft by clerk or servant of property in possession of master or employer.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate

382    Theft, after preparation having been made for causing death, or hurt, or restraint or fear of death, or of hurt or of restraint, in order to the committing of such theft, or to retiring after committing it, or to retaining property taken by it.    Rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

384    Extortion.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

385    Putting or attempting to put in fear of injury, in order to commit extortion.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

386    Extortion by putting a person in fear of death or grievous hurt.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

387    Putting or attempting to put a person in fear of death or grievous hurt in order to commit extortion.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

388    Extortion by threat of accusation of an offence punishable with death, imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for to years. If the offence threatened be an unnatural offence.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine. Imprisonment for life.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

389    Putting a person in fear of accusation of an offence punishable with death, imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years in order to commit extortion. If the offence be an unnatural offence.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine. Imprisonment for life.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

392    Robbery.    Rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If committed on the highway between sunset and sunrise.    Rigorous imprisonment for 14 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 392 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

393    Attempt to commit robbery.    Rigorous imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 393 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

394    Person voluntarily causing hurt in committing or attempting to commit robbery, or any other person jointly concerned in such robbery.    Imprisonment for life, or rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 394 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

395    Dacoity.    Imprisonment for life, or rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

396    Murder in Dacoity.    Death, Imprisonment for life, or rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

397    Robber or dacoity, with attempt to cause death or grievous hurt.    Rigorous imprisonment for not less than 7 years.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

398    Attempt to commit robbery or dacoity when armed with deadly weapons.    Rigorous imprisonment for not less than 7 years.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

399    Making preparation to commit dacoity.    Rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session

400    Belonging to a gang of persons associated for the purpose of habitually committing dacoity.    Imprisonment for life or rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session

401    Belonging to a wandering gang of persons associated for the purpose of habitually committing thefts.    Rigorous imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

402    Being one of five or more persons assembled for the purpose of committing dacoity.    Rigorous imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

403    Dishonest misappropriation of movable property, or converting it to one's own use.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

404    Dishonest misappropriation of property, knowing that it was in possession of a deceased person at his death, and that it has not since been in the possession of any person legally entitled to it.    Imprisonment for 3 year and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If by clerk or person employed by deceased.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

406    Criminal breach of trust.    Imprisonment for 3 years or fine, or both    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

407    Criminal breach of trust by a carrier, wharfinger, etc.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

408    Criminal breach of trust by a clerk or servant.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

409    Criminal breach of trust by public servant or by banker, merchant or agent, etc.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 409 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

411    Dishonestly receiving stolen property knowing it to be stolen.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

412    Dishonestly receiving stolen property, knowing that it was obtained by dacoity.    Imprisonment for life, or rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

413    Habitually dealing in stolen property.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session

414    Assisting in concealment or disposal of stolen property, knowing it to be stolen.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or other    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

417    Cheating.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

418    Cheating a person whose interest the offender was bound, either by law or by legal contract, to protect.    Imprisonment for 3 years , or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

419    Cheating by personation.    Imprisonment for 3 years , or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

420    Cheating and there by dishonestly inducing delivery of property, or the making, alteration or destruction of a valuable security.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

421    Fraudulent removal or concealment of property etc., to prevent distribution among creditors.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

422    Fraudulently preventing from being made available for his creditors a debt or due to the offender.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

423    Fraudulent execution of deed of transfer containing a false statement of consideration.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

424    Fraudulent removal or concealment of property of himself or any other person or assisting in the doing thereof, or dishonestly releasing any demand or claim to which he is entitled.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

426    Mischief.    Imprisonment for 3 months, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

427    Mischief, and thereby causing damage to the amount of 50 rupees or upwards.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

428    Mischief by killing, poisoning, maiming or rendering useless any animal of the value of10 rupees or upwards.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

429    Mischief by killing poisoning maiming or rendering useless any elephant, camel, horse, etc., whatever may be its value or any other animal of the value of 50 rupees or upwards.    Imprisonment for 5 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

430    Mischief by causing diminution of supply of water for agricultural purposes, etc.    Imprisonment for 5 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

431    Mischief by injury to public road, bridge, navigable river, or navigable channel and rendering it impassable or less safe for travelling or conveying property.    Imprisonment for 5 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first Class.

432    Mischief by causing inundation or obstruction to public drainage attended with damage.    Imprisonment for 5 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first Class.

433    Mischief by destroying or moving or rendering less useful a lighthouse or sea-mark, or by exhibiting false lights.    Imprisonment for 7 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first Class.

434    Mischief by destroying or moving, etc., a landmark fixed by public authority.    Imprisonment, for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

435    Mischief by fire or explosive substance within tent to cause damage to an amount of 100 rupees or upwards, or, in case of agricultural produce,10 rupees or upwards.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 435 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

436    Mischief by fire or explosive substance within tent to destroy house etc.    Imprisonment for life, or Imprisonment for 10 year sand fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session

437    Mischief with intent to destroy or make unsafe A decked vessel or a vessel of 20 tones burden.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session

438    The mischief described in the last section when committed by fire or any explosive substance.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years, and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

439    Running vessel ashore with intent to commit theft, etc.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

440    Mischief committed after preparation made for causing death, or hurt, etc.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

447    Criminal trespass.    Imprisonment for 3 months, of fine of 500 rupees or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

448    House-trespass.    Imprisonment for one year, or fine of 1000 rupees or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

449    House-trespass in order to the commission of an offence punishable with death.    Imprisonment for life, or rigorous imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

450    House-trespass in order to the commission of an Offence punishable with imprisonment for life.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

451    House-trespass in order to the commission of an Offence punishable with imprisonment.    Imprisonment for 2 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
    If the offence is theft.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

452    House-trespass, having made preparation for causing hurt, assault, etc.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

453    Lurking house trespass or house-breaking.    Imprisonment for 2 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

454    Lurking house-trespass or house-breaking in order to the commission of an offence punishable with imprisonment.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.
    If the offence be theft.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

455    Lurking house-trespass or house-breaking after preparation made for causing hurt, assault, etc.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

456    Lurking house-trespass or house-breaking by night.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any magistrate.

457    Lurking house-trespass or house-breaking by night in order to the commission of an offence punishable with imprisonment.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If the offence is theft.    Imprisonment for 14 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

458    Lurking house-trespass or house-breaking by night, after preparation made for causing hurt, etc.    Imprisonment for 14 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

459    Grievous hurt caused whilst committing lurking house-trespass or house-breaking.    Imprisonment for life or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

460    Death or grievous hurt caused by one of several persons jointly concerned in house-breaking by Night, etc.    Imprisonment for life or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

461    Dishonestly breaking Open or unfastening any closed receptacle containing or supposed to contain property.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

462    Being entrusted with any closed receptacle containing or supposed to contain any property, and fraudulently opening the same.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

CHAPTER XVIII
OFFENCES RELATING TO DOCUMENTS AND TO PROPERTY MARKS

465    Forgery    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

466    Forgery of a record of a court of Justice or of a Registrar of Births, etc., kept by a public servant.    Imprisonment for 7 years, and fine.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 466 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

467    Forgery of a valuable security, will or authority to make or transfer any valuable security, or to receive any money, etc.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    When the valuable security is a promissory note of the Central Government.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 467 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

468    Forgery for the purpose of cheating.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 468 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

469    Forgery for the purpose of harming the reputation of any person of knowing that it is likely to be used for that purpose.    Imprisonment for 3 years.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

471    Using as genuine a forged document which is known to be forged.    Punishment for forgery of such document.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    When the forged document is a promissory note of the Central Government.    Punishment for forgery of such document.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 471 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

472    Making or counterfeiting a seal, plate, etc., with intent to commit a forgery punishable under section 467 of the Indian Penal Code, or possessing with like intent any such seal, plate, etc. knowing the same to be counterfeit.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 472 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

473    Making or counterfeiting a seal, plate, etc., with intent to commit a forgery punishable otherwise than under section 467 of the Indian Penal Code, or possessing with like intent any such seal plate, etc., knowing the same to be counterfeit.    Imprisonment for 7 year and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 473 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

474    Having possession of a document, knowing it to be forged, with intent to use it as genuine; if the document is one of the description mentioned in section 466 of the Indian Penal Code.    Imprisonment for 7 year and fine.    Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

    If the document is one of the description mentioned in section
467 of the Indian Penal Code.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 474 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

475    Counterfeiting a device or mark used for authenticating documents described in section 467of the Indian Penal Code, or possessing counterfeit marked material.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 475 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

476    Counterfeiting a device or mark used for authenticating documents other than those described in section 467of the Indian Penal Code, or possessing counterfeit marked material.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 476 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

477    Fraudulently destroying or defacing, or attempting to destroy or deface, or secreting, a will, etc.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 477 of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

477-A    Falsification of accounts.    Imprisonment for 7 years fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
16*[ Madhya Pradesh:

In this schedule in the entry relating to Section 477-A of Indian Penal Code in Column No. (6) the words "Court of Session " shall be substituted for the words " Magistrate of the first class."

482    Using a false property mark with intent to deceive or injure any person.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

483    Counterfeiting a property mark used by another, with intent to cause damage or injury.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

484    Counterfeiting a property mark used by a public servant, or any mark used by him to denote the manufacture, quality, etc., of any property.    Imprisonment for 3 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

485    Fraudulently marking or having possession of any die, plate or other instrument for counterfeiting any public or private property mark.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

486    Knowingly selling goods marked with a counterfeit property mark.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

487    Fraudulently marking a false mark upon any package or receptacle containing goods, with intent to cause it to be believed that it contains goods which it does not contain, etc.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

488    Making use of any such false mark.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

489    Removing destroying or defacing property mark with intent to cause injury.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

489A    Counterfeiting currency-notes or bank-notes.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

489B    Using as genuine forged or counterfeit currency-notes or bank-notes.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

489C    Possession of forged or counterfeit currency-notes or bank-notes.    Imprisonment for 7 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Bailable    Court of Session.

489D    Making or possessing machinery, instrument or material for forging or counterfeiting currency-notes or bank-notes.    Imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.

489E    Making or using documents resembling currency-notes or bank-notes.    Fine of 100 rupees.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

490    On refusal to disclose the name and address of the printer.    Fine of 200 rupees.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

CHAPTER XIX
CRIMINAL BREACH OF CONTRACTS OF SERVICE

491    Being bound to attend on or supply the wants of a person who is help less from youth, unsoundness of mind or disease, and voluntarily omitting to do so.    Imprisonment for 3months, or fine of 200rupees or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
 
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1. Vide  Act 47 of 1975, section 4 w.e.f. 15.9.1975 (UP) and Vide W.B. Act 34 of 1974. Sec. 5, w.e.f. 16.7.1974 (W.B).

2. Vide West Bengal Act 34 of 1974, section 5 w.e.f. 16.7.1974.

3. Vide Orissa Act 13 of 1962.

4. Vide Tamil Nadu Act 30 of 1984.

5. Vide Andhra Pradesh Act 16 of 1968, section 27.

6. Same as that of Maharashtra.

7. Vide Bombay Act 82 of 1958.

8. Vide Mysore Act 27 of 1951.

9. Inserted by Act 43 of 1986, section 11 w.e.f. 19.11.1986.

10. Inserted by Act 42 of 1993, section 4 w.e.f. 22.5.1993.

11. Substituted by Act 43 of 1983, section 5, for the entries relating to section 376 w.e.f. 25.12.1983.

12. Substituted by Act 30 of 2001, section 3 and Second Schedule w.e.f.3.9.2001.

13. Substituted for the word "Non-bailable" by Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2005.

14. Substituted for the word "Bailable" by Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2005.

15. Substituted for the word "Ditto" by Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2005.

16. Vide Code of Criminal Procedure (M. P. Amendment) Act, 2007, Section 4

17. Vide Madhya Pradesh Act 15 of 2004, Section 5.

18. Vide Orissa Act 6 of 2004.

19. Inserted by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013) w.e.f. 03.02.2013.

20. Substituted by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013) w.e.f. 03.02.2013 for the following:-

11*[376
Rape.    Imprisonment for life or Imprisonment for ten years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session
    Intercourse by a man with his wife not being under twelve years of age    Imprisonment for two years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court of Session

376A    Intercourse by a man with his wife during separation.    Imprisonment for two years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court of Session

376B    Intercourse by public servant with woman in his custody.    Imprisonment for five years and fine.    Cognizable (but no
arrest shall be made without a warrant or without an order of a Magistrate).    Bailable    Court of Session

376C    Intercourse by super intendent of jail, remand home, etc.    Imprisonment for five years and fine.    Cognizable (but no
arrest shall be made without a warrant or without an order of a Magistrate).    Bailable    Court of Session

376D    Intercourse by manager, etc., of a hospital with any woman in that hospital.    Imprisonment for five years and fine.    Cognizable (but no arrest shall be made without a warrant or without an order of a Magistrate).    Bailable    Court of Session

21. Substituted by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013) w.e.f. 03.02.2013 for the following:-
354    Assault or use of criminal force to a woman with
intent to outrage her modesty.    Imprisonment for 2 years,
or fine, or both.    Cognizable    15 [Bailable] Any Magistrate.

22. Substituted by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013) w.e.f. 03.02.2013 for the following:-
370    Buying or disposing of any person as slave.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

23. Substituted by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013) w.e.f. 03.02.2013 for the following : - "Non-bailable"
 
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THE FIRST SCHEDULE (Chapter XX to XXIII)

CHAPTER XX
OFFENCES RELATING TO MARRIAGE

493    A man by deceit causing a woman not lawfully married to him to believe that she is lawfully married to him and to cohabit with him in that belief.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

494    Marrying again during the life-time of a husband or wife.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

495    Same offence with concealment of the former marriage from the person with whom subsequent marriage is contracted.    Imprisonment for 10 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

496    A person with fraudulent intention going through the ceremony of being married knowing that he is not thereby lawfully married.    Imprisonment for 7 years and fine.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENTS
1*[Andhra Pradesh:

In Andhra Pradesh the offences under sections 494, 495 and 496 shall be cognizable, non bailable and triable by the by the Magistrate of the first class.

497    Adultery.    Imprisonment for 5 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class

498    Enticing or taking away or detaining with a criminal intent a married woman.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

2*[CHAPTER XXA
OF CRUELTY BY HUSBAND OR RELATIVES OF HUSBAND

498A    Punishment for subjecting A married woman to Cruelty.    Imprisonment for three years and fine.    Cognizable if information relating to the commission of the offence is given to an officer in charge of a police station by the person aggrieved by the offence or by any person related to her by blood, marriage or adoption or if there in no such relative, by any public servant belonging to such class or category as may be notified by the State Government in this behalf.    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.]

CHAPTER XXI
DEFAMATION

500    Defamation against the President or the Vice- president or the Governor of a State or Administrator of a Union territory or a Minister in respect of his conduct in the discharge of his public functions when instituted upon a complaint made by the Public Prosecutor.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court of Session.
    Defamation in any other case.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

501    (a) Printing or engraving matter knowing it to be defamatory against the President or the Vice- President or the Governor of a State or Administrator of a Union Territory or a Minister in respect of his conduct in the discharge of his public functions when instituted upon a complaint made by the Public Prosecutor.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court of Session.

        (b) Printing or engraving matter knowing it to be defamatory, in any other case.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

502   
         (a) Sale of printed or engraved substance containing defamatory matter, knowing it to contain such matter against the President or the Vice-President or the Governor of a State or Administrator of a Union territory or a Minister in respect of his conduct in the discharge of his public functions when instituted upon a complaint made by the Public Prosecutor.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Court of Session.

    (b) Sale of printed or engraved substance containing defamatory matter, knowing it to contain such matter in any other case.    Simple imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

CHAPTER XXII
CRIMINAL INTIMIDATION, INSULT AND ANNOYANCE

504    Insult intended to provoke breach of the peace.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

505    False statement, rumour, etc., circulated with intent to cause mutiny or offence against the public peace.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

    False statement, rumour, etc., with intent to create Enmity, hatred or ill-will between different classes.    Imprisonment for 3 years, or fine, or both.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

    False statement, rumour, etc, made in place of worship etc., with intent to create enmity hatred or ill-will.    Imprisonment for 5 years and fine.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Any Magistrate.

STATE AMENDMENT

5*[Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh:

The offence under Section 505 is cognizable.

506    Criminal intimidation.    Imprisonment for 2 years, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.

    If threat be to cause death or grievous hurt, Etc.    Imprisonment for 7 years or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT

3*[Andhra Pradesh:
In Andhra Pradesh the offences under section 506 is Non-bailable.

5*[ Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh:
The offence under Section 506 is cognizable.

6*[ Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh:
The offence under Section 506 is Non-bailable

4*[Uttar Pradesh:
Any offence punishable under section 506, I.P.C., when committed in any district of Uttar Pradesh, shall be notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, cognizable and non-bailable.

507    Criminal intimidation by Anonymous communication or having taken precaution to conceal whence the threat comes.    Imprisonment for 2 years, in addition to the punishment under above section.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Magistrate of the first class.

STATE AMENDMENT
3*[Andhra Pradesh:

In Andhra Pradesh the offence under section 507 is cognizable.
5*[ Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh:-

The offence under Section 507 is cognizable.

508    Act caused by inducing a person to believe that he will be rendered an object of Divine displeasure.    Imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

509    Uttering any word or making any gesture intended to insult the modesty of a woman, etc.    7*[Simple imprisonment for 3 years and with fine]    Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

510    Appearing in a public Place,etc., in a State of intoxication, and causing annoyance to any person.    Simple imprisonment for 24 hours, or fine of 10 rupees, or both.    Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

CHAPTER XXIII

ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT OFFENCES

511    Attempting to commit offences punishable with imprisonment for life or imprisonment, and in such attempt doing any act towards the commission of the offence.    Imprisonment for life or imprisonment not exceeding half of the longest term provided for the offence, or fine, or both.    According as the offence is cognizable or non- cognizable.    According as the offence attempted by the offender is bailable or not.    The court by which the offence attempted is triable.
    If punishable with death, imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for more than 7 years,        Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session.
    If punishable with imprisonment for 3 years, and upwards but not more than 7 years.        Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class.
    If punishable with imprisonment for less than 3 years or with fine only.        Non-cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate.
 
II. CLASSIFICATION OF OFFENCES AGAINST OTHER LAWS

Offence    Cognizable or non-cognizable    Bailable or non-bailable    by What Court triable
If punishable with death, imprisonment for life, or imprisonment for more than 7 years.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Court of Session
If punishable with imprisonment for 3 years and upwards but not more than 7 years.    Cognizable    Non-bailable    Magistrate of the first class
If punishable with imprisonment for less than 3 years or with fine only.    Non-Cognizable    Bailable    Any Magistrate

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1. Vide Andhra Pradesh Act 3 of 1992, Section 2 w.e.f. 15.2.1992.

2. Inserted by Act 46 of 1983, section 6 w.e.f. 25.12.1983.

3. Vide A.P.G.O. Ms. No. 732, dated 5th December, 1991.

4. Vide Notification. No. 777/VIII 9-4(2)-87, dated 31st July, 1989, published in U.P. Gazette, Extra, Part-A, Section (Kha), dated 2nd August, 1989.

5. Vide Notification No. 33205, F. No. 6-59-74-B-XXI, dated 19.11.1975

6. Vide Notification No. 33207, F. No. 6-59-74-B-XXI, dated 19.11.1975

7. Substituted by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013) w.e.f. 03.02.2013 for the following:- "Simple imprisonment for 1 year, or fine, or both."
 
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THE SECOND SCHEDULE
(See section 476)

FORM NO.1*

Summons to an Accused Person
(See section61)

To...................................... (name of accused) of .........................(address)WHEREAS your attendance is necessary to answer to a charge of ..................... (state shortly the offence charged), you are hereby required to appear in person (or by pleader, as the case may be) before the (Magistrate) of............................... on the ........................day of .................... Herein fail not.
Dated, this ............... day of ......,20 .....(Seal of Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 2*

Warrant of Arrest
(See section70)
To................................................. (name and designation of the person of persons who is or are to execute the warrant).
WHEREAS (name and accused) of (address) stands charged with the offence of ................................(state the offence),you are hereby directed to arrest the said ............................ and to produce him before me. Herein fail not.
Dated, this............................. day of ..............., 20......
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

(See section71)

This warrant may be endorsed as follows:-

If the said .........................shall give bail himself in the sum of rupees ....................with one surety in the sum of rupees .................. (or two sureties each in the sum of rupees ..................) to attend before me on the ..................... day of ...................... and to continue so to attend until otherwise directed by me, he may be released.
Dated, this ...............................day of ...............,20.......
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 3*

Bond and Bail-Bond after Arrest under a Warrant
(See section81)

I,................................................(name), of .......................... being brought before the District Magistrate of ........................(or as the case may be) under a warrant issued to compel my appearance to answer to the charge of .....................,do hereby bind myself to attend in the Court of ..................... on the day of ....................... next, to answer to the said charge, and to continue so to attend until otherwise directed by the Court, and in case of my making default herein, I bind myself to forfeit, to Government, the sum of rupees.
Dated, this ....................day of ...............,20......(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

I do hereby declare myself surety for the above-named ............................ of..............,that he shall attend before .................. in the Court of .......................... on the day of ................. next, to answer to the charge on which he has been arrested, and shall continue so to attend until otherwise directed by the Court; and in case of his making default therein, I bind myself to forfeit, to Government, the sum of rupees.
Dated, this....................day of ............,20.....(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 4

Proclamation requiring the appearance of a Person Accused
(See section 82)

WHEREAS complaint has been made before me that ........................................ (name, description and address)has committed (or is suspected to have committed) the offence of...................,punishable under section .............. of the Indian Penal Code, and it has been returned to a warrant of arrest thereupon issued that the said.................................... (name) cannot be found, and whereas it has been shown to my satisfaction that the said ............................... (name) has absconded (or is concealing himself to avoid the service of the said warrant);
Proclamation is hereby made that the said ...................... of ...................is required to appear at.......................(place)before this Court (or before me ) to answer the said complaint in the ......................day of ...................... ,
Dated, this..........................day of ....................,20 .....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 5

Proclamation requiring the attendance of a Witness
(See sections82, 87, and90)

WHEREAS complaint has been made before me that....... ...................................... (name, description and address) has committed (or is suspected to have committed) the offence of.................................... (mention the offence concisely) and a warrant has been issued to compel the attendance of ..........................(name, description and address of the witness) before this Court to be examined touching the matter of the said complaint; and whereas it has been returned to the said warrant that the said ...............................(name of witness) cannot be served, and it has been shown to my satisfaction that he has absconded (or is concealing himself to avoid the service of the said warrant);

Proclamation is hereby made that the said ..................................... (name) is required to appear at .........................(Place) before the Court of ...................................... on the ............................ Day of.....................next at............................O'clock to be examined touching ........................ the offence complained of
Dated, this .....................day of ..................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 6

Order of attachment to compel the attendance of a Witness
(See section 83)

To the Officer in charge of the Police station at ..........................
WHEREAS a warrant has been duly issued to compel the attendance of ..............................................(name, description and address) to testify concerning a complaint pending before this Court, and it has been returned to the said warrant that it cannot be served; and whereas it has been shown to my satisfaction that he has absconded (or is concealing himself the avoid the service of the said warrant);and thereupon a proclamation has been or is being duly issued and published requiring the said ......................to appear and give evidence at the time and place mentioned therein;
This is to authorize and require you to attach by seizure the movable property belonging to the said...................... to the value of rupees ..................which you may find within the District of....................... and to hold the said property under attachment pending the further order of his Court, and to return this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this.........................day of ............., 20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 7

Order of attachment to compel the appearance of a Person Accused
(See section83)

To.............................................. (name and designation of the person or persons who is or are to execute the warrant).
WHEREAS complaint has been made before me that ........................................(name, description and address) has committed (or is suspected to have committed) the offence of..................... punishable under section................... of the Indian Penal Code, and it has been returned to a warrant of arrest thereupon issued that the said .................................. (name) cannot be found; and whereas it has been shown to my satisfaction that the said .................................(name) has absconded (or is concealing himself to avoid the service of the said warrant) and thereupon a Proclamation has been or is being duly issued and published requiring the said........................ to appear to answer the said charge within .................. days; and whereas the said ................ is possessed of the following property, other than land paying revenue to Government, in village (or town), of ................................ in the District of...................., viz ..................,...............and an order has been made for the attachment thereof;

You are hereby required to attach the said property in the manner specified in clause (a), or clause (c), or both1 , of sub-section (2) of section 83, and to hold the same under attachment pending further order of this Court, and to return this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this.........................day of ...................., 20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 8

Order authorizing an attachment by the District Magistrate or Collector

(See section 83)

To the District Magistrate/Collector of the District of .................
WHEREAS complaint has been made before me that.............................................(name, description and address) has committed (or is suspected to have committed) the offence of ....................... punishable under section................ of the Indian Penal Code, and it has been returned to a warrant of arrest thereupon issued that the said .......................................... (name) cannot be found; and whereas it has been shown to my satisfaction that the said ....................................(name) has absconded (or is concealing himself to avoid the service of the said warrant) and there upon a Proclamation has been or is being duly issued and published requiring the said .................................. (name) to appear to answer the said charge within .............. days; and whereas the said ...................... is possessed of certain land paying revenue to Government in the village (or town) of .......................in the District of .....................,
You are here by authorized and requested to cause the said land to be attached, in the manner specified in clause (a), or clause (c), or both2 , of sub-section (4) of section83, and to be held under attachment pending the further order of this Court, and to certify without delay what you may have done in pursuance of this order.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 9

Warrant in the first instance to Bring up a Witness
(See section87)

To.........................................(name and designation of the Police Officer or other person or persons who is or are to execute the warrant).
WHEREAS complaint has been made before me that..............................(name and description of accused) of..............................(address) has (or is suspected to have) committed the offence of .......................(mention the offence concisely), and it appears likely that ............................ (name and description of witness) can give evidence concerning the said complaint and whereas I have good and sufficient reason to believe that he will not attend as a witness on the hearing of the said complaint unless compelled to do so;
This is to authorize and require you to arrest the said ............................. (name of witness) and on the......................day of.................. to bring him before this Court, to be examined touching the offence complained of.
Dated, this.................. day of......................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 10

Warrant to search after information of a particular Offence
(See section 93)

To................................... (name and designation of the Police Officer or other person or persons who is or are to execute to warrant).
WHEREAS complaint has been laid (or complaint has been made) before me of the commission (or suspected commission) of the offence of ...................(mention the offence concisely), and it has been made to appear to me that the production of............................... (specify the thing clearly) is essential to the inquiry now being made(or about to be made) into the said offence (or suspected offence);

This is to authorize and require you to search for the said ............................(the thingspecified)in the(describe the house or place or part thereof to which the search is to be confined),and, if found, to produce the same forthwith before this Court, returning this warrant, with an endorsement certifying what you done under it, immediately upon its execution.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 11

Warrant to search suspected place of Deposit
(See section 94)

To..................................... (name and designation of the Police Officer above the rank of a constable).
WHEREAS information has been laid before me, and do inquiry thereupon had, I have been led to believe that the ............................. (describe the house or other place)is used as a place for the deposit (or sale) of stolen property (or is for either of the other purpose expressed in the section, state the purpose in the words of the section);

This is to authorize and require you to enter the said house (or other place) with such assistance as shall be required, and to use, if necessary, reasonable force for that purpose, and to search every part of the said house (or other place, or of the search is to be confined to a part, specify the part clearly), and to seize and take possession of any property (or documents, or stamps, or seals, or coins, or obscene objects, as the case may be) (add, when the case requires it) and also of any instrument and materials which you may reasonable believe to be kept for the manufacture of forged documents, or counterfeit stamps, or false seals or counterfeit coins or counterfeit currency notes (as the case may be),and forthwith to bring before this Court such of the said things as may betaken possession of, returning this warrant, with an endorsement certifying what you have done under it, immediately upon its execution.

Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 12

Bond to keep the peace
(See sections 106 and107)

WHEREAS I, ............................ (name) inhabitant of......................... (Place), have been called upon to enter into a bond to keep the peace for the term of ............... or until the completion of the inquiry in the matter of ........................ now pending in the Court of............................., I hereby bind myself not to commit a breach of the peace, or do any act that may probably occasion a breach of the peace, during the said term or until the completion of the said inquiry and, in case of my making default therein, I hereby hind myself to forfeit to Government the sum of rupees.................
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....

(Signature)

FORM NO. 13

Bond for good behaviour
(See sections 108, 109 and110)

WHEREAS I, ................................(name) inhabitant of (Place)......................, have been called upon to enter into a bond to be of good behaviour to Government and all the citizen of India for the term of ....................... (state the period) or until the completion of the inquiry in the matter of ..................... now pending in the Court of.........................., I hereby bind myself to be of good behaviour to Government and all the citizens of India during the said term or until the completion of the said inquiry; and, in case of my making default therein, I hereby myself to forfeit to Government the sum of rupees ......................
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

(Where a bond with sureties is to be executed, add...)

We do hereby declare ourselves sureties for the above-named ..................... that he will be of good behaviour to Government and all the citizens of India during the said term or until the completion of the said inquiry; and, in case of his making default therein, we bind ourselves, jointly and severally, to forfeit to Government the sum of rupees .......................
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)
FORM NO. 14

Summons of information of a probably breach of the peace
(Seesection113)

To......................... of.....................
WHEREAS is has made to appear to me by credible information that ....................... (state the substance of the information), and that you are likely to commit a breach of the peace (or by which act a breach of the peace will probably be occasioned),you are hereby required to attend in person (or by a duly authorized agent) at the office of the Magistrate of ......................... on the.....................day of 20 ............... at teno'clock in the forenoon, to show cause why you should not be required to enter into a bond for rupees ........................ [when sureties are required, add, and also to give security by the bond of one (or two, as the case may be)surety (orsureties)in the sum of rupees ...............(each if more than one)] that you will keep the peace for the term of ................
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 15

Warrant of commitment on failure to find security to keep the peace
(See section 122)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at ..........................
WHEREAS................................................(name and address)appeared before me in person (or by his authorized agent) on the .......................day of ...................in obedience to a summons calling upon him to show cause why he should not enter into a bond for rupees ......................with one surety (or a bond with two sureties each in rupees...) that be, the said .................................(name), would keep the peace for the period of....................... months; and whereas an order was then made requiring the said .................................. (name) to enter into and find such securities (state the security ordered when if differs from that mentioned in the summons), and he has failed to comply with the said order;

This is to authorize and require you to receive the said .............................(name) into your custody, together with this warrant, and him safely to keep in the said jail for the said period of ............................ (term of imprisonment) unless he shall in the meantime be lawfully ordered to be released, and to return this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this.......................day of ............, 20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)
FORM NO. 16

Warrant of commitment on failure to find security for good behaviour

(Seesection122)

To the Officer in charge of the jail at .................WHEREAS it has been made to appear to me that ............................(name and description) has been concealing his presence within the district of .................. and that there is reason to believe that he is doing so with a view to committing a cognizable offence.
or

WHEREAS evidence of the general character of .........................................(name and description) has been adduced before me and recorded, from which it appears that he is an habitual robber (or house-breaker, etc., as the case may be);
And whereas an order has been recorded station the same and requiring the said ......................................(name) to furnish security for his good behaviour for the term of ...............................(state the period) by entering into a bend with one surety (or two or more sureties, as the case may be), himself for rupees ...............,and the said surety (or each of the said sureties) or rupees ......................... and the said.................................. (name) has failed to comply with the said order and for such default has been adjudged imprisonment for ............................(state the term) unless the said security by sooner furnished;
This is to authorized and require you to receive the said ........................... (name)into your custody, together with this warrant and him safely to keep in the Jail, or if he already in prison, be detained therein, for the aid period of ................... (term of imprisonment) unless he shall in the meantime be lawfully ordered to be released, and to return this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 17

Warrant to discharge a person imprisoned on failure to give security
(See sections 122 and123)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at .................................... (or other officer in whose custody the person is).
WHEREAS .................................(name and description of prisoner) was committed to your custody under warrant of the Court, dated the ...................day of ...............20....;and has since duly given security under section ................... of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 2073.
or
WHEREAS...............................(name and description of prisoner) was committed to your custody under warrant of the Court, dated the ...............day of.......... 20....and there have appeared to me sufficient grounds for the opinion that he can be released without hazard to the community;
This is to authorize and require you forthwith to discharge the said ........................ (name) from your custody unless he is liable to be detained for some other cause.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)
FORM NO. 18

Warrant of imprisonment of failure to pay maintenance
(See section 125)

To the Officer in charge of the jail at ............................
WHEREAS................................................(name and description and address) has been proved before me to be possessed of sufficient means to maintain his wife ..................................(name) [or his child .................................... (name) or his father of mother...........................(name), who is by reason of..............................(state the reasons) unable to maintain here self (or himself)] and to have neglected (or refused) to do so, and an order has been duly made requiring the said ............................ (name) to allow to his said wife (or child or father or mother) for maintenance the monthly sum of rupees...................and whereas it has been further proved that the said..........................(name)in willful disregard of the said order has failed to pay rupees ....................., being the amount of the allowance for the month (or months) of ................
And thereupon an order was made adjudging him to undergo imprisonment un the said Jail for the period of ....................;
This is to authorize and require you to receive the said ..............................(name) into your custody in the said Jail, together with this warrant, and there carry said order into execution according to law, returning this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 19
Warrant to enforce the payment of maintenance by Attachment and Sale
(Seesection125)

To........................................... (name and designation of the Police Officer or other person to execute the warrant).
WHEREAS an order has been duly made requiring ................................... (name) to allow to his said wife(or child or father or mother) for maintenance the monthly sum of rupees...................... and whereas the said ............................(name) in willful disregard of the said order has failed to pay rupees ..................., being the amount of the allowance for the month (or months) of .................
This is to authorize and require you to attach any movable property belonging to the said...........................(name) which may be found within the district of................... and of within.........................(state the number of days or hours allowed)next after such attachment the said sum shall not be paid (or forthwith), to sell the movable property attached, or so much thereof what you have done under it, immediately upon its execution.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 20

Order for the removal of nuisances
(See section 133)

To................................................................ (name, description and address)
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to me that you have caused an obstruction (or nuisance)to person using the public roadway (or other public place) Which, etc.........................(describe the road or public)by, etc. .................., (state what it is that cause the obstruction or nuisance), and that such obstruction (or nuisance) still exits;
or
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to me that you are carrying on, as owner, or manager, the trade or occupation of ............................... (state the particular trade or occupation and the place where it is carried on), and that the same is injurious to the public health (or comfort) by reason .................................. (state briefly) in what manner the injurious effects are caused),and should be suppressed or removed to a different place.
or
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to me that you are the owner (or are in possession of or have the control over) a certain and(or well or excavation) adjacent to the public way ..................... (describe the thoroughfare), and that the safety of the public is endangered by reason of the said tank (or well or excavation) being without a fence (or insecurely fenced);
or
WHEREAS, etc.,etc., (as the case may be);
I do hereby direct and require you within .................(state the time allowed)................................(state what is required to be done to abate the nuisance)or to appear at ...................... in Court of.............. on the .....................day of .............. next, and to show cause why this order should not be enforced;
or
I do hereby direct and require you within .....................(state the time allowed)to cease carrying on the said trade or occupation at the said place, and not again to carry on the same, or to remove the said trade from the place where it is now carried on, or to appear, etc.;
or
I do hereby direct and require you within .......................(state the time allowed) to put up a sufficient fence .....................(state the kind of fence and the part to be fenced); or to appear,etc.;
I do hereby direct and require you, etc., etc., (as the case may be).
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 21
Magistrate's Notice and Preemptory Order
(Seesection141)

To........................................................(name, description and address)
I HEREBY give you notice that it has been found that the order issued on the ......................... day of....................... requiring you............................... (state substantially the requisition in the order) is reasonable and proper. Such order has been made absolute, and I hereby direct and require you to obey the said order within ............................(state the time allowed),on peril of the penalty provided by the Indian Penal Code for disobedience thereto.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 22
Injunction to provide against imminent danger pending inquiry
(See section 142)

To...........................................(name, description and address)
WHEREAS the inquiry into the conditional order issued by me on the ................day of .................. 20....,is pending, and it has been made to appear to me that the nuisance mentioned in the said order is attended with such imminent danger or injury of a serious kind to the public as to render necessary immediate measures to prevent such danger or injury, I do hereby, under the provisions of section 142 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 2073, direct and enjoy you forthwith to .................................(state plainly what is required to be dine as a temporary safeguard), pending the result of the inquiry.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 23
Magistrate's Order prohibiting the repetition, etc., of a nuisance
(Seesection143)

To........................................................(name, description and address)
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to me that, etc.,........................ (state the properrecital,guided by Form No. 20 or Form No. 24, as the case may be);
I do hereby strictly order and enjoin you not to repeat or continue, the said nuisance.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)
FORM NO. 24
Magistrate's Order to prevent obstruction, Riot,etc.
(See section 144)

To........................................................(name, description and address)
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to me that you are in possession (or have the management) of ............................ (describe clearly the property), and that, in digging a drain on the said land, you are about to throw or place a portion of the earth and stone dug-up upon the adjoining public road, so as to occasion risk of obstruction to persons using the road.
or
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to me that you and a number of other persons...................................(mention the class of persons) are about to meet and proceed in a procession along the public street, etc., (as the case may be)and that such procession is likely to lead to a riot or an affray;
or
WHEREAS, etc.,etc., (as the case may be);
I do hereby order you not to place or permit to be placed any of the earth or stones dug from 1 and on any part of the said road;
or
I do hereby prohibit the passing along the said street, and strictly warn and enjoin you not to take any part in such procession (or as the case recited may require)
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 25
Magistrate's Order declaring party entitled to retain possession of Land, etc., in dispute
(See section145)

It appear to me, on the grounds duly recorded, that a dispute, likely to induce a breach of the peace, existed between ........................................................ (describe the parties by name and residence, or residence only if the dispute be between bodies of villagers)certain ................................... (state concisely the subject of dispute), situate within my local jurisdiction, all the said parties were called upon to give in a written statement of their respective claims as to the fact of actual possession of the said ...................................(the subject of dispute), and being satisfied by due inquiry had thereupon, without reference to the merits of the claim of either of the said parties to the legal right of possession, that the claim of actual possession by the said .......................... (name or names or description)is true, I so decide and declare that he is (or they are)in possession of the said............................. (the subject of dispute)and entitled to retain such possession until ousted by due course of law, and do strictly forbid any disturbance of his (or their)possession in the meantime.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 26
Warrant of attachment in the case of a dispute as to the possession of Land, etc.
(See section 146)

To the Officer in charge of the Police Station at ....................
(or, To the Collector of .....................)
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to me that a dispute likely to induce a breach of the peace existed between ..................................(describe the parties concerned by name and residence, or residence only of the dispute be between bodies of villagers)concerning certain .......................(state concisely the subject of dispute)situatewithin the limits of my jurisdiction, and the said parties were thereupon duly called upon to state in writing their respective claims as to the fact of actual possession of the said........................... (the subject of dispute),and whereas, upon due inquiry into the said claims, I have decided that neither of the said parties was in possession of the said ................................. (the subject of dispute) (or I am unable to satisfy myself as to which of the said parties was in possession as aforesaid);
This is to authorized and require you to attach the said .............................. (the subject of dispute)by taking and keeping possession thereof, and to hold the some under attachment until the decree or order of a competent Court determining the rights of the parties, or the claim to possession, shall have been obtains, and to return this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)
(Signature)

FORM NO. 27
Magistrate's Order prohibiting the doing of anything on Land or Water

(See section147)

A DISPUTE having arisen concerning the right of use of ............................... (state concisely the subject of dispute) situate within my local jurisdiction, the possession of which land (or water) is claimed exclusively by ................................ (describe the person or persons), and it appears to me, on due inquiry into the same, that the said land (or water) has been open to the enjoyment of such use by the public (or if by individual or a class of persons, describe him or them) and (if the use can be enjoyed throughout the year) that the said use has been enjoyed within three months of the institution of the said inquiry (or if the use is enjoyable only at a particular season say, "during the last of the seasons at which the same is capable of being enjoyed");
I do order that the said ............................. (the claimant or claimant of possession)or any one in their interest, shall not take (or retain) possession of the said land (or water) to the exclusion of the enjoyment of the right of use aforesaid, until he (or they) shall obtain the decree or order of a competent Court adjudging him (or them) to be entitled to exclusive possession.
Dated, this.......................day of ............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 28

Bond and Bail-Bond on a preliminary inquiry before a Police Officer
(See section 169)

I,...........................................(name),of ........................, being charged with the offence of..................................and after inquiry required to appear before the Magistrate of..........................
or
and after inquiry called upon to enter into my own recognizance to appear when required, do hereby bind myself to appear at......................... in the Court of........................, on the.....................day of ....................... next (or on such day as I may hereafter be required to attend) to answer further to the said charge, and in case of my making default therein, I bind myself to forfeit to Government, the sum of rupees.....................
Dated, this...........................day of......................,20......
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

I hereby declare myself (or we jointly and severally declare ourselves and each of us) surety(or sureties) for the above said ........................(name) that he shall attend at........................in the Court of ..........................., on the.....................day of .................. next (or on such day as he may hereafter be required to attend), further to answer to the charge pending against him, and, in case of his making default therein, I hereby bind myself (or we hereby bind ourselves) to forfeit to Government, the sum of rupees.....................
Dated, this........................day of ......................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 29

Bond to prosecute or give Evidence
(See section170)

I,..........................................(name), of ..............................., (place) do hereby bind myself to attend at ...................... in the Court of ................... at................o'clock on the....................day of.....................next and then and there to prosecute (or to prosecute and give evidence)(or to give evidence) in the matter of a charge of ............. against oneA.B. and,in case of making default herein. I bind myself to forfeit to Government the sum of rupees ......................
Dated, this........................day of ...................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 30

Special summons to a person accused of a Petty Offence
(See section 206)

To.....................................................(Name of the accused)
of.........................................................................(address)
WHEREAS your attendance is necessary to answer a charge of a petty offence .................................. (state shortly the offence charged), you are hereby required to appear in person (or by pleader) before ......................... (Magistrate)of.....................on the ....................... day of.......................20....., or if you desire to plead guilty to the charge without appearing before the Magistrate, to transmit before the aforesaid date the plea of guilty in writing and the sum of ................ rupees as fine, or if you desire to appear by pleader and to plead guilty through such pleader, to authorize such pleader. Herein fail not.
Dated, this............................day of ......................,20......
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

(Note.-The amount of fine specified in this summons shall not exceed one hundred rupees.)

FORM NO. 31

Notice of commitment by Magistrate to Public Prosecutor
(See section209)

The Magistrate of ................................. hereby gives notice that he has committed one................................. for trial at the next Sessions; and the Magistrate hereby instructs the Public Prosecutor to conduct the prosecution of the said case.
The charge against the accused is that, ........................... etc. (state the offence as in the charge).
Dated, this ............................day of ......................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 32

Charges
(See section 211,212 and 213)

I. CHARGES WITH ONE-HEAD

(1)(a) I, .................................................... (name and office of Magistrate,etc.), hereby charge you...................................... (name of accused person)as follows:-

(b) On section 121.-

That you, on or about the................... day of.........., at ............................... waged war against the Government of India and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 121 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(c)And I hereby direct that you be tried by this Court on the said charge.

(Signature and Seal of the Magistrate)
[To be substituted for(b)]-

(2) On section 124.--That you, on or about the.................. day of ................, at................................., with the intention of inducing the President of India [or, as the case may be, the Governor of ..........................(name of State) to refrain from exercising a lawful power as such President (or, as the case may be, the Governor), assaulted President (or, as the case may be, Governor), and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 124 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(3) On section 161.-

That you being a public servant in the................................. Department, directly accepted from .......................... (state the name)for another party...................... (state thename)gratification other than legal remuneration, as a motive for forbearing to do an official act, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section161 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(4) On section 166.-

That you, on or about the ................day of ................, at.. ...................... did (or omitted to do, as the case may be),such conduct being contrary to the provisions of....................Act .............., section ............., and known by you to be prejudicial to....................,and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 166 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(5) On section 193.-

That you, on or about the........................day of ................, at.................. in the course of the trail of ............. Before ............., started in evidence that".........................."which statement you either knew or believed to be false, or did not believe to be true, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 203 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(6) On section 304.-That you, on or about the................day of ..................,at ..................... , committed culpable homicide not amounting to murder, causing the death of ........................, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 304 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(7) On section 306.-

That you, on or about the....................day of ..............,at ....................,abetted the commission of suicide by A.B., a person in a state of intoxication, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 306 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(8) On section 325.-

That you, on or about the.................... day of ................,at ...................,voluntarily caused grievous hurt to .................... and thereby committed and offence punishable under section 325 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(9) On section 392.-

That you, on or about the.................day of ...............,at ...................., robbed (state the name),and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 392 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

(10) On section 395.-

That you, on or about the................day of...............,at ...................,committed dacoity, an offence punishable under section 395 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of this Court.

II. CHARGES WITH TWO OR MORE HEADS

(1)(a) I, .............................(name and office of Magistrate, etc.),hereby charge you....................................(name of accused person)as follows:-

(b) On section 241 First-

That you, on or about the...............day of .........., at....... ............. knowing a count to be counterfeit, delivered the same to another person, by name, A.B. as genuine, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 241 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of Session.
Secondly-

That you, on or about the ............... day of ............., at ............... knowing a coin to be counterfeit attempted to induce another person, by name, A.B. to receive it as genuine, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 241 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of Session.

(c) And I hereby direct that you be tried by this Court on the said charge.

(Signature and Seal of the Magistrate)
[To be substituted for(b)]:-

(2) On section 302 and304 First.--That you, on or about the..................day of ................, at ....................committed murder by causing the death of .............and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of Session.

Secondly-

That you, on or about the .................. day of ............., at ..............., by causing the death of...................committed culpable homicide not amounting to murder, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 304 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of session.

(3) On section 379 and382 First--That you, on or about the...............day of .............., at...................,committed theft, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 379 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of session.

Secondly-

That you, on or about the ........................ day of .........................., at .........................., committed theft, having made preparation for causing death to a person in order to committing of such theft, and there by committed an offence punishable under section 382 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of Session.

Thirdly-

That you, on or about the ....................... day of .........., at ...............,committed theft, having made preparation for causing restraint to a person in order to the effecting of your escape after the committing of such theft, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 382 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of Session.

Fourthly-

That you, on or about the .................. day of ................, at................., committed theft, having made preparation for causing fear of hurt to a person in order to the retaining of property taken by such theft and thereby committed an offence punishable under section382 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of Session.

(4) Alternative charge on section 193.-

That you, on or about the................. day of.............., at....... ............, in the course of the inquiry into ..................., before ..........................., stated in evidence that"...................." and that you, on or about the.................day of....................at ........................,in the course of the trail of.........................,before .........................,stated in the evidence that "...................." One of which statements you either knew or believed to be false, or did not believe to be true, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 203 of the Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of Session.
(In cases tried by Magistrates substitute "within my cognizance", for "within the cognizance of the Court of Session").

III. CHARGES FOR THEFT AFTER PREVIOUS CONVICTION

I,........................................................... (name and office of Magistrate,etc.), hereby charge you........................................ (name of accused person)as follows:-

That you, on or about the ...................day of ..............., at ..............., committed theft, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 379 of Indian Penal Code, and within the cognizance of the Court of Session (or Magistrate, as the case may be.)And you, the said .................................. (name of accused), stand further charged that you, before the committing of the said offence, that is to say, on the ...................day of.................., had been convicted by the ......................(state Court by which conviction was had)at........................ of an offence punishable under Chapter XVII of the Indian Penal Code with imprisonment or a them of three years, that is to say, the offence of house-breaking by night ........................... (describe the offence in the words used in the section under which the accused was convicted), which conviction is still in full force and effect, and that you are thereby liable to enhanced punishment under section 75 of the Indian Penal Code.
And I hereby direct that you be tried, etc.

FORM NO. 33

Summons to witness
(See section 61 and244)

To .............................. of .........................WHEREAS complaint has been made before me that ................................. (name of the accused) of............................(address) has (or is suspected to have) committees the offence of .......................)state the offence concisely with time and place), and it appears to me that you are likely to give material evidence or to produce any document or other thing for the prosecution;
You are hereby summoned to appear before this Court on the .....................day of..................... next at teno'clock in the forenoon, to produce such document or thing or to testify what you know concerning the matter of the said complaint, and not to depart thence without leave of the Court; and you are hereby warned that, if you shall without just excuse neglect or refuse to appear on the said date, a warrant will be issued to compel your attendance.
Dated, this ............................day of ......................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 34

Warrant of commitment on a sentence of imprisonment or fine if passed by a3*[Court]

4 (See section 235,248 and 255)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at ................................
WHEREAS on the .......................day of ..................,..................(name of prisoner),the (1st, 2nd,3rd, as the case may be)prisoner in case No......................... of the Calendar for 20 ............, was convicted before me..........................(name and official designation)of the offence of ........................(mention the offence or offencesconcisely)under section .......................(or sections)of the Indian Penal Code (or of........................Act.......), and was sentenced to ....................(state the punishment fully and distinctly);
This is to authorize and require you to receive the said ........................ (prisoner's name)into your custody in the said Jail, together with this warrant, and thereby carry the aforesaid sentence into execution according to law.
Dated, this....................day of ................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 35

Warrant of imprisonment on failure to pay compensation
(See section250)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at ....................................
WHEREAS ..............................................(name and description) has brought against.................................................. (name and description ofht accused person) the complaint that ...............................(mention it concisely)and the same has been dismissed on the ground that there was no reasonable ground for making the accusation against the said ............................. (name)and the order of dismissal awards payment by the said ..................................(name of complainant)of the sum of rupees...................... as compensation; and whereas the said sum gas not been paid and an order has been made for his simple imprisonment in Jail for the period of.................. days, unless the aforesaid sum be sooner paid.
This is to authorize and require you to receive the said ...........................(name) into your custody, together this warrant, and him safely to keep in the said Jail for the said period of.......................(term of imprisonment), subject to the provisions of section 69 of the Indian Penal Code, unless the said sum be sooner paid, and on the receipt thereof, forthwith to set him at liberty, returning this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this .....................day of .............,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)
FORM NO. 36

Order requiring production in Court of Person in Prison for answering to charge of offence
(See section267)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at .............................
WHEREAS the attendance of ................................................... (name of prisoner) at present confined/detained in the above-mentioned prison, is required in this Court to answer to a charge of ...............................(state shortly the offence charged)or for the purpose of a proceeding (state shortly the particulars of the proceeding);
You are hereby required to produce the said ................................ under safe and sure conduct before this Court ............ on the ..................... day of............., 20....., by ..........A.M. there to answer to the said charge, or for the purpose of the said proceeding, and after this Court has dispensed with his further attendance, cause him to be conveyed under safe and sure conduct back to the said prison.
And you are further required to inform the said ........................... of the contents of this order and deliver to him the attached copy thereof.
Dated, this ....................day of ..............,20......
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)
Countersigned.
(Signature)
(Seal)

FORM NO. 37

Order requiring production in Court of Person in Prison for giving evidence
(See section 267)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at .........................
WHEREAS complaint has been made before this Court that .................................... (name of the accused) of................................... has committed to offence of ........................ (state offence concisely with tim and place)and it appears that.......................................(name of prisoner)at present confined/ detained in the above-mentioned prison, is likely to give material evidence for the prosecution/ defence;
You are hereby required to produce the said ............................ under safe and sure conduct before this Court at ........................ on the..............day of ..........., 20..... by .........A.M. there to give evidence in the matter now pending before this Court, and after this Court has dispensed with his further attendance, cause him to be conveyed under safe and sure conduct back to the said prison.
And you are further required to inform the said ........................... of the contents of this order and deliver to him the attached copy thereof.
Dated, this ............................ day of .......... 20....
(Seal of the Court)
(Signature)
Countersigned.
(Signature)
(Seal)

FORM NO. 38

Warrant of commitment in certain cases of contempt when a fine is imposed
(See section345)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at ...............................
WHEREAS at a Court held before me on this day ......................................... (name and description of the offender) in the presence (or view)of the Court committed willful contempt;
And whereas for such contempt the said ............................... (name of the offender) has been adjudged by the Court to pay a fine of rupees .................., or in default to suffer simple imprisonment for the period of .........................(state the number of months or days);
This is to authorize and require you to receive the said .................................(name of offender) into your custody, together with this warrant, and him safely to keep in the said Jail for the said period of ......................(term of imprisonment),unless the said fine be sooner paid; and, on the receipt thereof, forthwith to set him atliberty, returning this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this ......................day of .................,20....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 39

Magistrate's or Judge's Warrant of Commitment of Witness refusing to answer or to produce Document
(See section 349)
To ................................................. (name and designation of officer of Court).
WHEREAS .....................................(name and description), being summoned (or brought before this Court) as a witness and this day required to give evidence on an inquiry into an alleged offence, refused to answer a certain question (or certain questions) put to him touching the said alleged offence, and duly recorded, or having been called upon to produce any document has refused to produce such document, without alleging any just excuse for such refusal, and for his refusal has been ordered to be detained in custody for .......................(term of detention adjudged);
This is to authorize and require you to take the said ...................................(name) into custody, and him safely to keep in your custody for the period of .................. days, unless in the meantime he shall consent to be examined and to answer the questions asked of him, or to produce the document called for from him, and on the last of the said days, or forthwith on such consent being known, to bring him before this Court to be dealt with according to law, returning this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this ....................day of .........,20....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 40

Warrant of commitment under sentence of death

(See section366)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at ............................
WHEREAS at the Session held before me on the ................day of..........., 20....., (name of prisoner)the (1st,2nd,3rd,as the case may be)prisoner in case No..................... of the Calendar for20....... at the said Session,was duly convicted of the offence of culpable homicide amounting to murder under section .....................of the Indian Penal Code, and sentenced to death. subject to the confirmation of the said sentence by the ....................Court of .......................;
This is to authorize and require you to receive the said ..................(prisoner's name)into your custody in the said Jail, together with this warrant, and him there safely to keep until you shall receive the further warrant of order of this Court, carrying into effect the order of the said ...............Court.
Dated, this .................... day of ..........., 20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 41

Warrant after a commutation of a sentence
5*[See section 386, 413 and 416]

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at ...........................
WHEREAS at a Session held on the ..........................., day of ...................,20....,....................................... (name of prisoner) the (1st,2nd,3rd,as the case may be)prisoner in case No. .................., of the Calendar for20........., at said Session, was convicted of the offence of ................. punishable under section................of the Indian Penal Code, and sentenced to ....................., and was thereupon committees to your custody; and whereas by the order of the ..............Court of .....................(a duplicate of which is hereunto annexed) the punishment adjudged by the said sentence has been commuted to the punishment of imprisonment for life;
This is to authorize and require you safely to keep the said ................................. (prisoner's name) in your custody in the said jail, as by law is required, until he shall be delivered over by you to the proper authority and custody for the purpose of his undergoing the punishment of imprisonment for under the said order,
or
if the mitigated sentence is one of imprisonment, say, after the words "custody in the said jail", and there to carry into execution the punishment of imprisonment under the said order according to law",
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.......
(Seal of the Court)
(Signature)

FORM NO. 42

Warrant of execution of a sentence of death
6*[See section 413 and 414]

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at .............................
WHEREAS....................................... (name of prisoner) the (1st,2nd,3rd,as the case may be)prisoner in case No .................., of the Calendar for20........., at said Session, held before me on the .................day of ...............20....has been by a warrant of the Court, dated the day ................of................. committed to your custody under sentence of death; .....................and whereas the order of the High Court at ............................confirming the said sentence has been received by this Court;
This is to authorize and require you to carry the said sentence into execution by causing the said...................... to be hanged by the neck until he be dead, at........................(time and place of execution) and to return this warrant to the Court with an endorsement certifying that the sentence has been executed.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 43

Warrant to levy a fine by Attachment and Sale
(Seesection421)

To.........................................(name and designation of the police officer or other person or persons who is or are to execute the warrant).
WHEREAS ..........................................(name and description of the offender) was on the ..................day of ............,20....,convicted before me of the offence of ................................(mention the offence concisely), and sentenced to pay a fine of rupees .................., and whereas the said............................(name), although required to pay the said fine, has not paid the same or any part thereof;
This is to authorize and require you to attach any movable property belonging to the said .................................(name) which may be found within the district of .....................; and, if within..............................(state the number of days or hours allowed)next after such attachment the said sum shall not be paid or (forthwith) to sell the movable property attached, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the said fine, returning this warrant, with an endorsement certifying what you have done under it, immediately upon its execution.
Dated, this...................day of ......................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 44

Warrant for recovery of fine
(See section 421)

To the Collector of the district of ...........................
WHEREAS ..........................................................(name, address and description of the offender)was on the ...............day of...........,20.....convicted before me of the offence of ........................ (mention the offence concisely), and sentence to pay a fine of rupees ...........; and
WHEREAS the said .......................................(name), although required to pay the said fine, has not paid the same or any part thereof;
You are hereby authorized and requested to realize the amount of the said fine as arrears of land revenue from the movable or immovable property, or both, of the said........................................(name)and to certify without delay what you may have done in pursuance of this order.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)
(Signature)

7*[FORM NO. 44A]

Bond for appearance of offender released pending realization of fine

[See section 424(1)(b)]
WHEREAS I.....................................(name), inhabitant of......................(Place) have been sentenced to pay a fine of rupees ................. and in default of payment thereof to undergo imprisonment for ...................., and whereas the Court has been pleased to order my release on condition of my execution a bond for my appearance in the following date (or dates), namely:-
I hereby bind myself to appear before the Court of ................. at .............O'clock on the following date (or dates) namely:-
and in case of making default therein, I bind myself to forfeit to Government the sum of rupees.........................
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

WHERE A BOND WITH SURETIES IS TO BE EXECUTED, ADD-
We do hereby declare ourselves sureties for the above-named that he will appear before the Court of........................ on the following date(or dates) namely:-
and, in case of making default therein, we bind ourselves jointly and severally to forefeit to Government the sum of rupees.............
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

FORM NO. 45

Bond and bail-bond for attendance before officer in charge of police station or Court

[See section 436, 8[436A,]437,9[437A], 438(3) and 441]
I..........................................(name),of .........................................(Place) having been arrested or detained without warrant by the officer in charge of .................... police station (or having been brought before the Court of ........................) charged with the offence of ...................., and required to give security for my attendance before such officer of Court on condition that I shall attend such officer or Court on every day on which any investigation or trial is held with regard to such charge, and in case of making default herein, I bind myself to forfeit to Government the sum of rupees.....................
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

I hereby declare myself (or we jointly and severally declare ourselves and each of us) surety(or sureties) for the above said ..............................................(name) that he shall attend the officer in charge of ....................... police station or the Court of ........................ on every day on which ay investigation into the charge is made or any trial (on such charge is held that he shall be, and appear, before such Officer or Court for the purpose of such investigation or to answer the charge against him (as the case may be), and, in case if his making default herein, I hereby bind myself (or we hereby bind ourselves) to forfeit to Government the sum of rupees...............
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.......
(Seal of the Court)
(Signature)

FORM NO. 46

Warrant to discharge a person imprisoned on failure to give security
(Seesection442)

To the Officer in charge of the Jail at ............................
(or other officer in whose custody the person is)
WHEREAS ....................................................................(name and description of prisoner) was committed to your custody under warrant of this Court, dated, the .............,day of ................. and has since with his surety (or sureties) duly executed a bond under section 441 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
This is to authorize and require you forthwith to discharge the said ..................................... (name) from your custody, unless he is liable to be detained for some other matter.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.....
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM NO. 47

Warrant of attachment to enforce a bond
(Seesection446)

To the Police officering charge of the police station at ........................WHEREAS ........................... ..........................................(name, description and address of person)has failed to appear on............................(mention theoccasion)pursuant to his recognizance, and has by default forfeited to Government the sum of rupees ........................... (the penalty in the bond); and whereas the said .............................................. (name of person) has, on sue notice to him, failed to pay the said sum or show any sufficient cause why payment should not be enforced against him.
This is to authorize and require you to attach any movable property of the said..........................................(name)that you may find within the district of ........................, by seizure and detention, and, so much of it as may be sufficient to realize the amount aforesaid, and to make return of what you have done under this warrant immediately upon its execution.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.......
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM NO. 48

Notice to surety in breach of a bond
(Seesection446)

To.............................., of .......................WHEREAS on the .......................day of ..................,20..., you became surety for ........................................... (name) of..........................(Place) that he should appear before this Court on the .............. day of............, and bound yourself in default thereof to forfeit the sum of rupees......................................... Government; and whereas the said ....................................... (name) has failed to appear before this Court and by reason of such ................. default you have forfeited the aforesaid sum of rupees .................
You are hereby required to pay the said penalty or show cause, within ............. days from this date, why payment of the said sum should not be enforced against you.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.......
(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM NO. 49

Notice to surety of forfeiture of bond for good behaviour
(Seesection446)

To..........................., of...................WHEREAS on the .....................day of ...............20....., by became surety by a bond for.................................................................................(name) of....................(Place) that he would be of good behaviour for the period of ......... and bound yourself in default thereof forfeit the sum of rupees ...............to Government; and whereas the said.......................................(name) has been convicted of the offence of.................................(mention the offence concisely)committed since you became such surety, whereby your security bond has become forfeited;

You are hereby required to pay the said penalty of rupees .................. or to show cause within................. days why it should not be paid.
Dated, this ..................day of ..................,20.......(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM No. 50

Warrant of attachment against a surety
(Seesection446)

To........................,of.....................WHEREAS .............. ....................................................(name, description and address) has bound himself as surety for the appearance of................................(mention the condition of the bond)and the said ..................................(name) has made default, and thereby forfeited to Government the sum of rupees ................(the penalty in the bond.)This is to authorize and require you to attach any movable property of the said ............................. (name)which you may find within the district of ...................,less by seizure and detention; and, if the said amount be not paid within .............days, to sell the property so attached, or so much of it as may be sufficient to realize the amount aforesaid, and make return of what you have done under this warrant immediately upon its execution.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.......(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM NO. 51
Warrant of commitment of the surety of an accused person admitted to bail

(Seesection446)

To the Superintendent(or keeper) of the Jail at ...........................
WHEREAS .......................................................... (name and description of surety) has bound himself as a surety for the appearance of.............................(state the condition of the bond) and the said.....................................................(name) has therein made default whereby the penalty mentioned in the said bond has been forfeited to Government; and whereas the said ..................................(name of surety)ha, on sue notice to hi, failed to pay the sum or show any sufficient cause why payment should not be enforced against him,and the same cannot be recovered by attachment and sale of his movable property, and an order has been made for his imprisonment in the Civil Jail for(specify the period); This is to authorize and require you, the said Superintendent (or Keeper) to receive the said............... .........................................(name) into your custody with this warrant and to keep him safely in the said certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this ..................day of ..................,20.......(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM NO. 52

Notice to the principal of forfeiture of bond to keep the peace
(Seesection446)

To..................................................................(name, description and address)
WHEREAS on the ..................day of .........,20....., you entered into a bond not to commit, etc. (as in the bond), and proof of the forfeiture of the same has been given before me and duly recorded;

You are hereby called upon to pay the said penalty of rupees.... ........ or to show cause before me within.............. days why payment of the same should not be enforced against you.
Dated, this ..................day of ..................,20.......(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM No. 53

Warrant to attach the property of the principal on breach of a bond to keep the peace
(See section446)

To.............................................................................(name and designation of the police officer) at the police station of .........................WHEREAS .................................................... (name and description) did, on the .................. day of.............., 20..... enter into a bond for the sum of rupees ................... ............. binding himself not to commit a breach of the peace, etc. (as in the bond),and proof of the forfeiture of the said bond has been given before me and duly recorded; and whereas notice has been given to the said ..............................................(name) calling upon him to show cause why the said sum should not be paid, and he has failed to do so or to pay the said sum;

This is to authorize and require you to attach by seizure movable property belonging to the said...................................(name) to the value of rupees..................., which you may find within the district of ..................,and, if the said sum be not paid within ............ to sell the property so attached, or so much of it as may be sufficient to realize the same; and to make return of what you have done under this warrant immediately upon its execution.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.....(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM NO. 54

Warrant of imprisonment on breach of a bond to keep the peace
(Seesection446)

To the Superintendent(or Keeper) of the civil jail at .......................
WHEREAS proof has been given before me and duly recorded that ....................................................................... (name and description).has committed a breach of the bond entered into by him to keep the peace, whereby he has forfeited to Government the sum of rupees ........................ and whereas the said...... ...........................................(name) has failed to pay the said sum or to show cause why the said sum should not be paid, although duly called upon to do so, and payment thereof cannot be enforced by attachment of his movable property, and an order has been made for the imprisonment of the said .............................................................(name) in the civil Jail for the period of .................................(term of imprisonment);
This is to authorize and require you, the said Superintendent (or Keeper) of the said Civil Jail to receive the said ....................... ....................(name) into your custody, together with this warrant, and to keep him safely in the said jail for the said period of........................... (term of imprisonment)and to return this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.......(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7*[FORM NO. 55
Warrant of attachment and sale on forfeiture of bond for good behaviour

(Seesection446)

To the Police Officering charge of the police station at .........................WHEREAS ........................................................(name, description and address) did, on the ............... day of............20 .... give security by bond in the sum of rupees ................. for the good behaviour of..........................................(name etc., of the principal), and proof has been given before me and duly recorded of the commission by the said ............................... (name) of the offence of ..............whereby the said bond has been forfeited; and whereas notice has been given to the said .................................. (name) calling upon him to show cause why the aid sum should not be paid, and he has failed to do so or to pay the said sum;
This is to authorize and requiring you to attach by seizure movable property belonging to the said................................(name) to the value of rupees .......... which you may find within the district of ................., and if the said sum be not paid within ........., to sell the property so attached, or so much of it as may be sufficient to realise the same, and to make return of what you have done under this warrant immediately upon its execution.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20........(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

7* [FORM NO. 56

Warrant of imprisonment on forfeiture of bond for good behaviour
(Seesection446)

To the Superintendent(or Keeper) of the civil jail at .................
WHEREAS ....................................................................(name, description and address) did, on the.................. day of........., 20 ....., give security by bond in the sum of rupees ................. for the good behaviour of ...................... .........................(name, etc., of the principal) and proof of the breach of the said bond has been given before me and duly recorded, whereby the said................... .....................(name) has forfeited to Government the sum of rupees ................., and whereas he has foiled to pay the said sum or to show cause why the said sum should not be paid although duly called upon to do so, and payment thereof cannot be enforced by attachment of has movable property and an order had been made for the imprisonment of the said ...................... ........................ (name) in the civil jail for the period of ............... ...(term of imprisonment)

This is to authorize and require you, the Superintendent (or Keeper) to receive the said...........................................(name) into your custody, together with this warrant, and to keep him safely in the said Jail for the period of ................................(term of imprisonment), returning this warrant with an endorsement certifying the manner of its execution.
Dated, this..................day of ..................,20.....(Seal of the Court)

(Signature)

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1. Strike out the one which is not applicable, depending on the nature of the property to be attached.

2. Strike out which is not desired.

3. Substituted by Act 45 of 1978, section 35, for "Magistrate" (w.e.f.18-12-1978).

4. Substituted Act 45 of 1978, section 35, for "(See section 248 and255)" (w.e.f. 18-12-1978).

5. Substituted by Act 45 1978, section 35, for "(See section 386)" (w.e.f.18-12-1978).

6. Substituted by Act 45 of 1978, section 35, for "(See section 414)" (w.e.f.18-12-1978).

7. Inserted by Act 45 of 1978, section 35 (w.e.f. 18-12-1978).

8. Inserted by Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2005.

9. Inserted by Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act 2008 to be effective from 31.12.2009 vide Notification No. S.O. 3313(E) dated 30.12.2009.

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Last updated on September, 2016

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