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The Oriental Gas Company Act No. 1857


Whereas a  Joint Stock  Company has been lately formed  for the  purpose of  introducing Gas-works  into India,  which Company  having  been  completely  registered  in  England  under  the  Act  of  Parliament of  the eighth  year of  the reign  of Her present Majesty,  Cap. 110,  has since been registered in England under "The Joint Stock  Companies' Act, 1856", with limited liability, and has duly obtained a  certificate of  Incorporation under  the  name  of  the  Oriental  Gas  Company, Limited;  and whereas  the said Company has erected Gas-works  on land  granted for that purpose by Government in the vicinity of the  Town of  Calcutta, and  is engaged in the preparation of apparatus and  materials for  the manufacture and supply of Gas for lighting the said  Town; and whereas it is expedient that powers and facilities should be  given  to  the  said  Company  to  enable  them  to  carry  out  their  undertaking of  lighting with  Gas the  said Town  of Calcutta,  which  powers and  facilities may  hereafter be extended to the operations of  the said Company in other towns and places; It is enacted as follows:-

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