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115 Schedule IV
(See Section 314)
Cases In Which Police May Arrest Without Warrant
Part A

Section Subject
174 Making or selling of food, etc., or washing of clothes, by infected person.
289(1)(a)(i) Drunkenness, etc.
PART B
183(1) Remaining in, or re-entering, cantonment after notice of expulsion for failure to attend hospital or dispensary.
259 Destroying, etc., name of street or number affixed to building.
282 Feeding animal on faith, etc.
289(1)(a)(ii) Using threatening or abusive words, etc.
289(1)(a)(iii) Indecent exposure of person, etc.
289(1)(a)(iv) Begging.
289(1)(a)(v) Exposing deformity, etc.
289(1)(a)(vii) Gaming.
289(1)(a)(xii) Destroying notice, etc.
289(1)(a)(xiii) Displaces, damages, alters, pavements, gutter, storm water drain.
289(1)(f) Keeping common gaming-house, etc.
289(1)(g) Beating drum, etc.
289(1)(h) Singing, etc., so as to disturb public peace or order.
290(6) Setting loose, or setting on, ferocious dog.
296 Discharging fire-arms, etc., so as to cause danger.
300 Loitering or importuning for sexual immorality.
304(a) Remaining in, or returning to, a cantonment after notice of expulsion.


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