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The Coffee Act,1942

The Coffee Act,1942




1 Short title, extent and duration.
2 Declaration as to expediency of Union Control.
3 Definitions.
4 Constitution of the Board.
5 Incorporation of the Board.
6 Vesting of property in the Board.
6A Consultation with the Board.
7 Chairman, committees, staff and agents
8 Salary and allowances of Chairman.
8A Vice-Chairman.
9 Chief Coffee Marketing Officer, Secretary and other staff.
10 Dissolution of the Board.
11 Duty of customs.
12 Duty of excise.
13 Payment of proceeds of duties to the Board and manner of realisation by the Board.
14 Registration of owners of coffee estates.
15 Power of State Government to make rules.
16 Fixation of prices for sale of coffee.
17 Sale of coffee in excess of internal sale quota.
18 Sale of coffee, how made.
19 Storage of sale of coffee on or from unregistered estate.
20 Export of coffee.
21 Re-import of coffee exported from India.
22 Internal sale quota.
23 Returns to be made by registered owners.
24 Licences for sale of uncured coffee.
25 Surplus coffee and surplus pool.
26 Sales of coffee by the Board.
27 Coffee to be cured in licensed curing establishments.
28 Licensing of curing establishments.
29 Information to be supplied to the Board in connection with curing.
30 Separate funds to be maintained by the Board.
31 General fund.
32 Pool fund.
32A Power of the Board to make donation to the Gandhi National Memorial Fund
33 Power to borrow.
34 Payments to registered owners.
35 Failure to register.
36 Contraventions of sections 16,17 and 18.
37 Unlicensed curing establishment.
37A Contravention of section 23(1).
38 False returns.
38A Contravention of section 25.
38B Powers to seize coffee withheld from inclusion in surplus pool.
39 Obstruction.
39A Offences by companies.
40 Cognizance of offence.
41 Power of Board to determine amount of coffee sold by an estate.
42 Control by the Central Government.
43 Appeals to the Central Government.
44 Inspection of records.
45 Accounts of the Board.
46 Inspection of records of the Board and obtaining of copies.
47 Contracts.
48 Power of the Central Government to make rules.
49 Repeal of Act XIV of 1935.
50 Repeals and Savings.

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