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Cinematograph Film Rules, 1948

13. Transport by railway

(1) Film while in custody of the railway administration for dispatch or delivery or while in transit shall not be stored except in a cool and shaded place away from other articles where it is not exposed to direct rays of the sun.

(2) Where film is conveyed by rail, it shall be subject to all the regulations which may, from time to time, be prescribed generally or specially in that behalf by the railway administration over whose line it is conveyed.

(3) All fires, lights and other means of ignition capable of igniting film shall be kept away from film stored as provided in sub-rule (1).

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