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The Oriental Gas Company Act No. 1857

8. Power  to enter  buildings for  ascertaining quantity  of  gas consumed.-

The Clerk,  Engineer, or  other officer  duly appointed for the purpose  by the  said Company, may, at all reasonable times, enter any buildings  or place lighted with Gas supplied by the said Company, in order to inspect the meters, fittings, and works for regulating the supply of Gas, and for the purpose of ascertaining the quantity of Gas consumed or  supplied; and  if  any  person  hinder  such  officer  as aforesaid from entering and making such inspection as aforesaid at any reasonable time, he shall, for every such offence, forfeit to the said Company a sum not exceeding fifty rupees.

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