The Bengal Vaccination (Amendment) Act, 1911
Bengal Act 2 of 1911
(a) Calcutta, as defined in clause (7) of Section 3 of the [Calcutta Municipal Act, 1899] (Bengal Act 3 of 1899),
(b) the port of Calcutta, and
(c) The Cossipore-Chitpur, Garden Reach, Howrah, Manikotla, South Suburban and Tollyganj Municipalities.]2. Power to extend Act. - (1)The [State] Government may, by [notification,] published in the [Official Gazette], declare its intention to extend this Act or any portion thereof to any town or selected area not mentioned in Section 1, sub-section (2). (2) Any inhabitant of any such town or area, who objects to such extension may, within a period of six weeks from such publication, send his objection in writing to a Secretary to the Government of Bengal and the [State] Government shall consider all objections so sent. (3) After the expiration of the said period, the [State] Government if no objections have been so sent, or if it considers that the objections so sent are insufficient may, by a like notification, effect the proposed extension. (4)The substance of every notification under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) shall be proclaimed and notified in the vernacular, within the town or area effected, by such means and in such manner as the [State] Government may direct. 3. Power to suspend Act. - The [State] Government may, by notification in the [Official Gazette] suspend the operation of this Act in any place. 4 to 20. - [Amendments incorporated in Bengal Act 5 of 1880].