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SUGAR (CONTROL) ACT.

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.

   Section

   1.   Interpretation.

   2.   Fixing the amount of sugar that may be exported; providing for sugar export licences.

   3.   Restriction on amount of sugar to be held in stock.

   4.   Minister may require returns.

   5.   Financial statement.

   6.   Power of entry and inspection.

   7.   Offences and penalties.

   8.   Liability for acts of agent or servant.

   9.   Saving of customs laws.

   10.   Rules.

   11.   Export of sugar by parcel post.

CHAPTER 34
SUGAR (CONTROL) ACT.

Commencement: 16 April, 1938.

   An Act to control the export and production of sugar.

1.   Interpretation.

   In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—

   (a)   "commissioner" means the commissioner for agriculture and includes the deputy commissioner for agriculture;

   (b)   "East African territories" means Kenya and Tanzania;

   (c)   "quota year" means the period from the 1st"> September to the 31st"> August next ensuing;

   (d)   "sugar" means sugar in any of its commercial forms, including jaggery, except the product sold as final molasses;

   (e)   "ton" means the long ton of 2,240 pounds;

   (f)   "total stocks of sugar in Uganda" means all sugar in Uganda, whether in factories, refineries, warehouses or elsewhere or in course of transit, but does not include foreign bonded sugar or sugar intended to be used solely for distribution for consumption in Uganda or the East African territories.

2.   Fixing the amount of sugar that may be exported; providing for sugar export licences.

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