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Bare acts > Explosive Act, 1884 > Section 13


13. Power to arrest without warrant persons committing dangerous offences. -Whoever is found committing any act for which he is punishable under this Act, and which tends to cause explosion or fire in or about any place where an explosive is manufactured or stored, or any railway or port, or any carriage, aircraft or vessel may be apprehended without a warrant by a police officer or by the occupier of, or the agent or servant of, or other person authorised by the occupier of, that place or by any agent or servant of, or other person authorised by the Railway Administration or conservator of the port or officer in charge of the airport and be removed from the place where he is arrested and conveyed as soon as conveniently may be before a Magistrate.





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