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THE EVACUEE INTEREST (SEPARATION) ACT, 1951

Title : THE EVACUEE INTEREST (SEPARATION) ACT, 1951

Year : 1951



CHAPTER II

THE CENTRAL ADVISORY COUNCIL AND DEVELOPMENT COUNCILS


5.Establishment and constitution of Central Advisory Council and itsfunctions.


5. Establishment and constitution of Central Advisory Council and its functions. (1) For the purpose of advising it on matters concerning the development and regulation of scheduled industries, the
Central Government may, by notified order, establish a Council to be called the Central Advisory Council.

(2) The Advisory Council shall consist of a Chairman and such other members, not exceeding thirty in number, all of whom shall be appointed by the Central Government from among persons who are in its opinion capable of representing the interests of--

(a) owners of industrial undertakings in scheduled industries;

(b) persons employed in industrial undertakings in scheduled industries;

(c) consumers of goods manufactured or produced by scheduled industries;

(d) such other class of persons including primary producers, as in the opinion of the Central Government, ought to be represented on the Advisory Council.

(3) The term of office of, the procedure to be followed in the discharge of their functions by, and the manner of filling casual vacancies among members of the Advisory Council, shall be such as may be prescribed.

(4) The Central Government shall consult the Advisory Council in regard to--

(a) the making of any rules, other than the first rules to be made under sub-section (3)

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and may consult the Advisory Council in regard to any other matter connected with the administration of this Act in respect of which the
Central Government may consider it necessary to obtain the advice of the Advisory Council.


6.Establishment and constitution of Development Councils and theirfunctions.


6. Establishment and constitution of Development Councils and their functions. (1) The Central Government may, by notified order, establish for any scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries, a body of persons to be called a Development Council which shall consist of members who in the opinion of the Central Government are--

(a) persons capable of representing the interest of owners of industrial undertakings in the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries;
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1. Cl. (b) omitted by Act 26 of 1953, s. 4.96A

(b) persons having special knowledge of matters relating to the technical or other aspects of the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries;

(c) persons capable of representing the interests of persons employed in industrial undertakings in the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries;

(d) persons not belonging to any of the aforesaid categories, who are capable of representing the interests of consumers of goods manufactured or produced by the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries.

(2) The number and the term of office of, and the procedure to be followed in the discharge of their functions by, and the manner of filling casual vacancies among members of a Development Council shall be such as may be prescribed.

(3) Every Development Council shall be, by virtue of this Act, a body corporate by such name as may be specified in the notified order establishing it, and may hold and transfer property and shall by the said name sue and be sued.

(4) A Development Council shall perform such functions of a kind specified in the Second Schedule as may be assigned to it by the

97.Central Government and for whose exercise by the Development Council it appears to the Central Government expedient to provide in order to increase the efficiency or productivity in the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries for which the Development Council is established, to improve or develop the service that such industry or group of industries renders or could render to the community, or to enable such industry or group of industries to render such service more economically.

(5) A Development Council shall also perform such other functions as it may be required to perform by or under any other provision of this Act.


7.Reports and accounts of Development Councils.


7. Reports and accounts of Development Councils. (1) A
Development Council shall prepare and transmit to the Central
Government and the Advisory Council, annually, a report setting out what has been done in the discharge of its functions during the financial year last completed.

(2) The report shall include a statement of the accounts of the
Development Council for that year, and shall be transmitted as soon as accounts therefor have been audited, together with a copy of any report made by the auditors on the accounts.

(3) The statement of account shall be in such form as may be prescribed, being a form which shall conform to the best commercial standards, and the statement shall show the total of remuneration and allowances paid during the year to members and officers of the
Council.

(4) A copy of each such report of a Development Council, or made by the auditors on its accounts, shall be laid before Parliament by the Central Government.


8.Dissolution of Development Councils.


8. Dissolution of Development Councils. (1) The Central
Government may, if it is satisfied that a Development Council should cease to continue in being, by notified order, dissolve that
Development Council.

(2) On the dissolution of a Development Council under sub-section
(1), the assets of the Development Council, after its liabilities, if any, are met therefrom, shall vest in the Central Government for the purposes of this Act.


9.Imposition of cess on scheduled industries in certain cases.


9. Imposition of cess on scheduled industries in certain cases.
(1) There may be levied and collected as a cess for the purposes of this Act on all goods manufactured or produced in any such

98.scheduled industry as may be specified in this behalf by the Central
Government by notified order a duty of excise at such rate as may be specified in the notified order, and different rates may be specified for different goods or different classes of goods:

Provided that no such rate shall in any case exceed two annas per cent, of the value of the goods.

Explanation.--In this sub-section, the expression "value" in relation to any goods shall be deemed to be the wholesale cash price for which such goods of the like kind and quality are sold or are capable of being sold for delivery at the place of manufacture and at the time of their removal therefrom, without any abatement or deduction whatever except trade discount and the amount of duty then payable.

(2) The cess shall be payable at such intervals, within such time and in such manner as may be prescribed, and any rules made in this behalf may provide for the grant of a rebate for prompt payment of the cess.

(3) The said cess may be recovered in the same manner as an arrear of land revenue.

(4) The Central Government may hand over the proceeds of the cess collected under this section in respect of the goods manufactured or produced by any scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries to the Development Council established for that industry or group of industries, and where it does so, the Development Council shall utilise the said proceeds--

(a) to promote scientific and industrial research with reference to the scheduled industry or group of scheduled industries in respect of which the
Development Council is established;

(b) to promote improvements in design and quality with reference to the products of such industry or group of industries;

(c) to provide for the training of technicians and labour in such industry or group of industries;

(d) to meet such expenses in the exercise of its functions and its administrative expenses as may be prescribed.
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