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The Ninth Schedule
[See Section 327(1)]
Purposes for Which Premises May Not Be Used Without A Licence

Carrying out any of the following trades or operations connected with trades:

1. Baking

2. Cinematograph films, Shooting of

3. Cinematograph films by any process whatsoever. Treating of

4. Chillies or masala or corn or seeds. Grinding of by mechanical means

5. Cloth, yarn or leather in indigo or in other colours. Dyeing or printing of

6. Cloth or yarn Bleaching

7. Eating house or a catering establishment. Keeping of an

8. Grain. Parching

9. Ground-nut-seeds, tamarind seeds or any other seeds. Parching

10. Hair dressing saloon or a barber's shop. Keeping of a

11. Hides or skins, whether raw or dried. Tanning, pressing or packing

12. Laundry shop. Keeping a

13. Leather goods. Manufacturing of by mechanical means

14. Litho press. Keeping a

15. Lodging house. Keeping of a

16. Metal. Casting

17. Precious metals. Refining of or recovering of them from embroideries

18. Printing press. Keeping a

19. Sweetmeat shop except in premises already licensed as an eating house. Keeping

20. Carrying on the trade or business of or any operation connected with the trade of

(i) Autocar or autocycle servicing or repairing.

(ii) Blacksmithy.

(iii) Coppersmithy.

(iv) Electroplating.

(v) Glass beveling.

(vi) Glass cutting.

(vii) Glass polishing.

(viii) Goldsmithy.

(ix) Marble cutting, grinding, dressing or polishing.

(x) Metal (ferrous or non-ferrous or antimony but excluding previous metal) cutting or treating metal by hammering, drilling, pressing, filling, polishing, heating or by any other process whatever or assembling parts of metal.

(xi) Photography-studio.

(xii) Radio (wireless receiving set) selling, repairing, servicing or manufacturing.

(xiii) Silversmithy.

(xiv) Spinning or weaving cotton, silk, art silk, or jute or wool with the aid of power.

(xv) Stone grinding, cutting, dressing or polishing.

(xvi) Timber or wood sawing or cutting by mechanical or electrical power.

(xvii) Tinsmithy.

(xviii) Washerman's trade.

(xix) Welding or metal by electric, gas or any process whatsoever.

21. Manufacturing, parching, packing, pressing, cleaning, cleansing, boiling, melting, grinding or preparing by any process whatever any of the following articles

(i) Aerated waters.

(ii) Bakelite goods.

(iii) Bidis (indigenous cigarettes), snuff, cigars or cigarettes.

(iv) Bitumen.

(v) Blasting powder.

(vi) Bones.

(vii) Bricks or tiles by hand power.

(viii) Bricks or tiles by mechanical power.

(ix) Brushes.

(x) Candles.

(xi) Catgut.

(xii) Celluloid or celluloid goods.

(xiii) Cement concrete designs or models.

(xiv) Charcoal.

(xv) Chemicals.

(xvi) Cinematograph films stripping in connection with any trade.

(xvii) Cosmetics or toilet goods.

(xviii) Cotton, cotton refuse, cotton waste, cotton yarn, silk, silk yarn, silk inclusive of waste yarn, art silk, art silk waste, art silk yarn, wool or woollen refuse or waste.

(xix) Cotton seeds.

(xx) Dammar.

(xxi) Dynamite.

(xxii) Fat.

(xxiii) Fireworks.

(xxiv) Flax.

(xxv) Ink for printing, writing, stamping, etc.

(xxvi) Gas.

(xxvii) Ghee.

(xxviii) Glass or glass articles.

(xxix) Gunpowder.

(xxx) Hemp.

(xxxi) Ice (including dry ice).

(xxxii) Insecticide or disinfectants.

(xxxiii) Leather cloth or rexine cloth or water proof cloth.

(xxxiv) Lime.

(xxxv) Linseed oil.

(xxxvi) Matches for lighting (including Bengal matches).

(xxxvii) Mattresses and pillows.

(xxxviii) Offal.

(xxxix) Oil-cloth.

(xl) Oil other than petroleum (either by mechanical power or by hand power or ghani driven by bullock or any other animal).

(xli) Pharmaceutical or medical products.

(xlii) Rubbers or rubber goods.

(xliii) Paints.

(xliv) Paper or cardboard.

(xlv) Pickers from hides.

(xlvi) Pitch.

(xlvii) Plastic goods.

(xlviii) Pottery by hand power.

(xlix) Pottery by mechanical or any power other than hand power.

(l) Sanitary-ware or china-ware.

(li) Soap.

(lii) Sugar.

(liii) Sweetmeat and confectionery goods.

(liv) Tallow.

(lv) Tar.

(lvi) Varnishes.

(lvii) Wooden furniture, boxes, barrels, khokas, or other articles of wood or of plywood or sandalwood.

Part II
Articles Which May Not Be Stored In Any Premises Without A Licence

1. Asafoetida.

2. Ashses.

3. Bamboos.

4. Bidi leaves.

5. Blasting powder.

6. Blood.

7. Bones, bone meal or bone powder.

8. Champhor.

9. Carbide of calcium.

10. Cardboard.

11. Celluloid or celluloid goods.

12. Charcoal.

13. Chemicals, liquid.

14. Chemicals, non-liquid.

15. Chillies.

16. Chlorate mixture.

17. Cinematograph films-non-inflammable or accetate or safety base.

18. Cloth in pressed bales or boras.

19. Cloth or clothes of cotton, wool silk, art silk, etc.

20. Coal.

21. Coconut fibre.

22. Coke.

23. Compound gas, such as oxygen gas, hydrogen gas, nitrogen gas, carbon dioxide gas, sulphur dioxide gas, chlorine gas, acetylene gas, etc.

24. Copra.

25. Cotton including Kahok, surgical cotton and silky cotton.

26. Cotton refuse or waste or cotton yarn refuse or waste.

27. Cotton seed.

28. Detonators.

29. Dry leaves.

30. Dynamite.

31. Explosive paint such as nitro-cellulose paint, lacquer paint, enamel paint, etc.

32. Fat.

33. Felt.

34. Fines.

35. Firewood.

36. Fireworks.

37. Fish (dried).

38. Flax.

39. Fulminate.

40. Fulminate of mercury.

41. Fulminate of silver.

42. Gelatine.

43. Gelignite.

44. Grass.

45. Gun-cotton.

46. Gunpowder.

47. Gunny Bags.

48. Hair.

49. Hay or fodder.

50. Hemp.

51. Hessain cloth (gunny-bag cloth).

52. Hides (dried).

53. Hides (raw)

54. Hoofs.

55. Horns.

56. Incense or esas.

57. Jute.

58. Khokas, boxes barrels, furniture or any other article of wood.

59. Lacquer.

60. Lether.

61. Matches for lighting (including Bengal matches).

62. Methylated spirit, denatured spirit or French polish.

63. Netro-cellulose.

64. Netro-compound.

65. Netro-glycerine.

66. Netro-mixture.

67. Offal.

68. Oil, other than petroleum.

69. Oilseeds including almonds, but excluding cotton seeds.

70. Old paper or waste paper including old newspaper, periodicals, magazines, etc.

71. Packing stuff (paper cuttings, husk, saw dust, etc.).

72. Paints.

73. Paper other than old paper in pressed bales or loose or in reams.

74. Petroleum, other than dangerous petroleum, as defined in the Petroleum Act, 1934.

75. Phosphorus.

76. Plastic or plastic goods.

77. Plywood.

78. Rags, including small pieces or cuttings of cloth, hessian cloth, gunny-bag cloth, silk, art silk or woollen cloth.

79. Rosin or dammar Battar otherwise known as Ral.

80. Safety fuses, fog signals, cartridges, etc.

81. Saltpetre.

82. Sandalwood.

83. Silk waste, or silk yarn waste, art silk waste, or art silk yarn waste.

84. Sisal fibre.

85. Skins (raw or dried).

86. Straw.

87. Sulphur.

88. Tallow.

89. Tar, pitch, dammar or bitumen.

90. Tarpauline.

91. Thinner.

92. Timber.

93. Turpentine.

94. Varnish.

95. Wool (raw).

96. Yarn other than waste yarn.



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