Manufacturing Outside Bond (Non-bonded Manufactory)

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Chapter: Forensic Pharmacy : Medicinal and Toilet Preprations (Excise Duties) Act, 1955 and Rules, 1956

The manufacturing and sale operations are restricted only between sunrise and sunset and days and hours as fixed by the Excise Commissioner.


Manufacturing Outside Bond (Non-bonded Manufactory)

The manufacturing and sale operations are restricted only between sunrise and sunset and days and hours as fixed by the Excise Commissioner.

Essential requirements of Manufactory are:

·           Separate laboratory spirit store and finished store.

·           Only one entrance to non-bonded manufactory and one door each to laboratory, spirit store and finished store.

·           The iron bars in windows should be not less than 19 mm in thickness, set not more than 102 mm apart and fixed in brick construction to the depth of not less than 51 mm. The aperture of wire netting to the window should not exceed 25 mm in diameter.

·           A separate spirit store for rectified spirit purchased at the specified duty.

·           All pipes from wash oasins and sinks are connected to closed drainage fonning part of general drainage system.

·           All electric and gas connections should be well secured with one cut off switch.

The State Government may relax conditions of requirements of infrastructure if alcohol consumption is less. Alcohol is procured by the manufacturer after payment of excise duty. The form for payment of duty is filled up in triplicate, one copy is to be given to spirit warehouse keeper, second to officer in charge and third to be retained by the licensee.

The duty for alcohol purchased is to be paid to Government treasury and challan enclosed. Thereafter, the treasury officer sends an advice to officer incharge. Sealed containers are required to be used for procurement and storage of alcohol. The alcohol purchased cannot be resold.

Manufacturing, storage and sale of preparations should be carried out only in licensed premises. Batch number should be given and separate finished store is provided for alcoholic products. All necessary entries of operations carried out are maintained in stock register and the same should be made available for inspection by the excise officer and drug control authority. Excise officer may take upto 10% of the preparation for analysis and the same is sent to the chemical examiner. If the chemical examiner of government gives the report that alcohol content is more than what is claimed, the penalty charged is 10 times or maximum of Rs. 2000/- per batch. If this is frequently done by manufacturer, licence may be withdrawn.

 

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