9 licence be obtained from the excise department if

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9. Licence be obtained from the Excise Department if alcoholic drinks are to be served in parties. 10. The use of loud speakers/D.J. would not be allowed outside the Barat Ghars, Parks and Gardens. 11. The party may apply for temporary electric connection separately. Security shall be forfeited in case of pilferage of electricity. 12. Generators would be allowed only if they are soundless/non-polluting. 13. Illumination on the trees and hedges shall not be allowed. 14. The party should inform about damage to the municipal property if any before departure/check out. 15. The party shall not be allowed to keep their articles in the premises before check in. 16. Pasting of bills or posters on boundary walls is strictly prohibited. 17. The stage properties should be fire proof. No open fire will be allowed in the building (except out door kitchen). 18. No fire arms/weapons and Crackers will be allowed within the premises of the building. 19. Entry should be made in the service book of the employees for availing 50% concession which should be ensured by the employee himself/herself. - 94 -
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ITEM NO. 3 (xiv) (G - 10) DECLARATION OF AUTHORISED OFFICERS UNDER SECTIONS 135 AND 152 OF ELECTRICITY ACT, 2003. This is a proposal regarding declaration of authorized officers under sections 135 for empowering them to inspection, search and seizure of premises and under section 152 for accepting from any consumer or person who committed or who is reasonably suspected of having committed an offence of theft of electricity punishable under this Act, a sum of money by way of compounding of the offence. The abstracts of Section 135 and 152 are annexed at Annexure (See pages 97 - 100). The following officers proposed to be declared as authorized officer and details of these are given as under :- 1. Under Section 135. Following Officers may be declared as authorized officers under Section 135 of Electricity Act, 2003. i) Sub Divisional Magistrate’s of subdivision falling in NDMC area i.e. Connaught Place, Parliament Street and Chanakya Puri. ii) Executive Engineer (Commercial) and Assistant Engineer (Commercial). iii) Executive Engineer (Distribution North) and Assistant Engineer (Distribution North). iv) Executive Engineer (Distribution South) and Assistant Engineer (Distribution South). 2. Under Section 152. Secretary, Chief Engineer (Elect.) and Director (Commercial) may be notified as authorized officers under section 152 of Electricity Act, 2003. The aforesaid matter regarding appointing authorized officers under sections 135 and 152 of Electricity Act, 2003, was discussed in the meeting held on 18.7.2003 at 8-00 P.M. The meeting was attended by Secretary, L.A., Director (Finance) and S.E. (Electric). For implementing the provisions of the Electricity Act with regard to theft and compounding offences on account of theft, the aforesaid officers are to be notified by - 95 - TABLE ITEM FOR THE COUNCIL MEETING TABLE ITEM FOR THE COUNCIL MEETING NO. 04/2003-04 DATED 25.7.2003 NO. 04/2003-04 DATED 25.7.2003
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State Government. Therefore, before sending proposal to State Government, we may request to NDMC to declare aforesaid officers by adopting a resolution to this effect. L.A. has seen the proposal and remarked that “I do not see any anomaly in the proposal” vide Dy. No. PsR – 1038/LA/03 dated 22.7.2003. Chairperson has seen and approved the proposal vide Dy. No. 4124/Secy./Ch’man/03 dated 21.7.2003.
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