There is one final point which, although not specifically raised in the appeal application or in thecourse of oral submissions, this Court feels that is should raise ex officio. This refers to the forfeiture of appellant's entire immovable and movable property, as ordered by the first Court. Theforfeitures provided for in sub-section (3A) of Section 22 of Cap. 101 do not apply in the case of simple possession. The order of forfeiture, as far as appellant is concerned, was clearly an oversight on the part of the Criminal Court.