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The Railways Act, 1890

( ACT NO. IX Of 1890 )

Chapter VI

WORKING OF RAILWAYS

Carriage of Passengers

Prohibition against travelling without pass or ticket
68. (1) No person shall, without the permission of the railway servant, enter or remain in any carriage on the railway for the purpose of travelling therein as a passenger unless he has with him a proper pass or ticket.
 
 
(2) The railway servant when granting the permission referred to in sub-section (1) shall ordinarily, if empowered in this behalf by the railway administration, grant to the passenger a certificate that the passenger has been permitted to travel in such carriage upon condition that he subsequently pays the fare payable for the distance to be travelled.

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