|Nom:||Cotton Ginning and Pressing Factories Act, 1925 (Act XII of 1925).|
|Pays:||Pakistan - Punjab|
|Type de loi:||Loi|
|Entry into force:|
|Bibliographie:||Unofficial English Translation Faolex, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations PDF (consulté le 2010-09-01)
|Résumé/Citation:||The purpose of this Act is to regulate cotton ginning and cotton pressing factories. The Act consists of 15 sections.
Owners of cotton ginning factories and of cotton pressing factories shall keep registers containing records of all cotton ginned, number of bales pressed, serial numbers, etc. (sect. 3). These registers, upon request, shall be presented to the Pakistan Central Cotton Committee. Every bale pressed in the factory shall be marked with a serial number and with the mark prescribed for the factory (sect. 4). The owner of every cotton ginning and pressing factory shall submit to the prescribed authority weekly reports specifying the total number of bales of cotton pressed or the quantity of cotton ginned during the preceding week and from the commencement of the season to the end of that week, and the approximate average net weight of the bales pressed in that week (sect. 5). Sections 7 and 8 deal with matters related to liabilities of lessees as owners and liability on the transfer of ownership. Section 9 provides for structural requirements for factories. The remaining sections deal with penal provisions and with the rule-making power of the Provincial Government.