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The Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986

[Act No. 63 of 1986]

[23rd December, 1986.]

Sections Particulars
Title The Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986
Chapter I Preliminary
1. Short title, extent and commencement
2. Definitions
Chapter II The Spices Board
3. Establishment and incorporation of Bureau of Indian Standards
4. Constitution of Executive Committee
5. Constitution of the Advisory Committees and other committees
6. Vacancies, etc., not to invalidate proceedings of Bureau, Executive Committee, etc
7. Director-General of the Bureau
8. Officers and employees of the Bureau
Chapter III Transfer of Assests, Liabilities, Etc., of The Indian Standards Institution to The Bureau
9. Transfer of assets, liabilities and employees of Indian Standards Institution
Chapter IV Powers and Functions of The Bureau
10. Functions of the Bureau
11. Prohibition of improper use of Standard Mark
12. Prohibition of use of certain names, etc
13. Prohibition of registration in certain cases
14. Compulsory use of Standard Mark for articles and processes to certain scheduled industries
Chapter V Licence
15. Grant of licence
16. Appeal
Chapter VI Finance, Accounts and Audit
17. Grants and loans by the Central Government
18. Fund
19. Borrowing powers of the Bureau
20. Budget
21. Annual report
22. Accounts and audit
23. Annual report to be laid before Parliament
Chapter VII Miscellaneous
24. Power of Central Government to issue directions
25. Inspecting officer
26. Power to search and seizure
27. Delegation
28. Power to obtain information
29. Savings
30. Certain matters to be kept confidential
31. Members, officers and employees of the Bureau to be public servants
32. Protection of action taken in good faith
33. Penalty for improper use of Standard Mark, etc
34. Cognizance of offenses by courts
35. Offences by companies
36. Authentication of orders and other instruments of the Bureau
37. Power to make rules
38. Power to make regulations
39. Rules and regulations to be laid before Parliament
40. Act not to affect operation of certain Acts
41. Power to remove difficulties
42. Repeal and saving

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