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RELEVANCY OF MARKING OF HIKKALS, FOOT-PATHS, ETC., IN SURVEY MAPS,

202. (i) All streams, main channels, important branch channels, large trees, houses, wells, kuntes, tanks and main channels issuing from the sluice of tanks are shown in village maps. Tanks, roads, railways, etc., formed since the original settlements are shown not only in the village maps but also in the copies of old maps kept in taluk and village offices. (R. 12672-81—L.S. 44-19-5, dated 4th May 1920).

(ii) Old foot-paths and cattle tracts and new ones subsequently formed are also shown in the maps only after obtaining an agreement from the owners, or when the area covered by such tracts are duly acquired by Government.

(iii) Cases calling for special treatment during resurvey may be brought to the notice of the Survey authorities for their consideration and disposal.

(iv) No general orders are necessary authorising the correction of village maps and records, in consequence of the formation of new village roads- under the Village Improvement Scheme. There is no objection to correc¬tions being made in cases in which the roads formed are important and maintained as permanent roads. (R. 10822-902—L.S. 48-16-2, dated 7th May 1917).

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