CINEMATOGRAPH FILM RULES

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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