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Dramatic Performances Act, 1876

8. Power to grant warrant to Police to enter and arrest and seize

If any Magistrate has reason to believe that any house, room or place is used, or is about to be used, for any performance prohibited under this Act, he may, by his warrant, authorize any officer of Police to enter with such assistance as may be requisite, by night or by day, and by force, if necessary, any such house, room or place, and to take into custody all persons whom he finds therein, and to seize all scenery, dresses and or to articles found therein and reasonably suspected to have been used, to be intended to be used, for the purpose of such performance.

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