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Cinematograph Film Rules, 1948

[Notification No. P.108, dated 23-3-1948 ]

Contents
Sections Particulars
Chapter I Preliminary
1 Short title and extent
2 Saving
3 Definitions
4 Handling of film
5 Power to exempt
Chapter II Transport Of Film
6 Prevention of accidents
7 Prohibition of fires and smoking
8 Receptacles for film
9 Transport of film contained in prescribed containers
10 Transport of film in vehicles
11 Transport of film in vehicles carrying passengers
12 Prohibition to transport film in vehicles fitted with producer-gas generators
13 Transport by railway
14 Transport by mixed or passenger train
15 Transport by water
16 Restriction on delivery and dispatch of film
17 Exemption
Chapter III Storage Of Film
18 License for storage
19 Precautions against fire
20 Exclusion of unauthorized persons
21 Supervision of operations within storage place and /or examination room
22 Spacing of workers
23 Tables and racks
24 Restriction on storage of loose film
25 Exits and aisle space
26 Film cement
27 Night working
28 Electrical installation
29 Children
30 Posting up of rules and conditions
31 Exemption
Chapter IV Licences
32 Application for license
33 Grant of license
34 Particulars of license
35 Power of licensing authority to alter conditions
36 Amendment of license
37 Renewal of license
38 Refusal of license
39 Cancellation of license
40 Appeals
41 Supply of rules
42 Transfer of license
43 Procedure on death or disability of licensee
44 Loss of license
45 Payment of fees
46 Power to exempt from payment of fees
47 Production of license on demand
48 Procedure on reports of infringements
49 Executive control over authorities
Schedule
Schedule I Specification For A Partition
Form B Applications For The Grant/ Renewal Of A Licence To Store Films
Form C License To Store Film In Quantity Not Exceeding 200 Pounds
Form D Licence To Store Film In Quantity Exceeding 200 Pounds But Not Exceeding 1,000 Pounds
Form E Licence To Store Film In Quantity Exceeding 1,000 Pounds But Not Exceeding 6,000 Pounds

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 4 and sub-section (1) of section 29 of the Petroleum Act, 1934 (30 of 1934), as applied to the storage and transport of cinematograph films having a nitro-cellulose base by the notification of the Government of India in the late Department of Labor, No. Ex. 108, dated the 14-1-1946, the Central Government is pleased to make the following rules, the same having been previously published as required by sub-section (2) of section 29 of the said Act, namely :-



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