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EXTRAORDINARY 
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PART II—Section 3—Sub-Section (i) 

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NEW DELHI, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1967 /PHALGUNA 16 , 1888 

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Separate pacing is given to this Part In order that it may be filed 
as a separate compilation. 

MINISTRY OF FINANCE 
(Department of Revenue & Insurance) 

NOTIFICATION 
Central Excise 
New Delhi, the 7th March 1967 

G.S.R. 343. —In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section' 
3 of the Mineral Products (Additional Duties of Excise and Customs) Act, 1958 
(27 of 1958), the Central Government hereby makes the following amendment in 
the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Finance (Depart¬ 
ment of Revenue and Insurance), No- 199/66-Central Excises, dated the lGth 
December, 1966, namely:— 

In the said notification, for the Table the following Table shall be substituted 
namely:— / 

“Table 

Serial Description of goods Rates of additional duty 

No. 

(I) (2) (3) 

I. Motor Spirit — 

(a) Special Boiling Point Spirits . Rs. 78 ■ 90 per kilolitre at Jfifteen degrees 

of Centigrade thermometer. 

(b) Other than Special Boiling Point Spirits . Rs. 88‘i5 per kilolitre at fifteen degrees 

of Centigrade thermometer. 


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THE GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRAORDINARY 


[Past II-Sec, 8 (1)] 


(i) 


( 2 ) 


(3) 


2, Kerosene Superior 


3. Kerosene Inferior 


4. Riesel Diesel Oils — 

(a)(i) BCC Lub. 40 and BOC Lub. 50, pro¬ 
duced wholly from indigenous 
crude oil or its derivatives. 

(if) BOC Lub. 40 and BOC Lub. 50 
produced wholly from imported crude 
oil or its derivatives, 

(in) Jute Batching Oil, Flushin g Oil, 
Household Oil and Bauxite Sohent 
Oil. 

(ft) Other than Jute Batching Oil, BOC Lub. 

40, BOC Lub. 50, Flushing Oil, 
Household Oil and Bauxite 
Solvent OIL 


Rs. 51-95 per kilolitre at fifteen degrees of 
Centigrade thermometer. 

Rs. 106-10 per kilolitre at fifteen degrees of 
Centigrade thermometer. 


Rs. 188-90 per kilolitre at fifteen degrees 
of Centigrade thermometer. 


Rs. 78-90 per kilolitre at fifteen degrees 
of Centigrade thermometer. 


Rs. 78-90 per kilolitre at fifteen defrtes of 
Centigrade thermometer. 


Rj. 38-70 per kilolitre at fifteen degrees 
of Centigrade thermometer 


5. Vaporising Oil 


6. Diesel Oil, not otherwise specified . 

7. Furnace Oil .... 

8 . Bitumen Straight Grade .... 

9. Bitumen Cut-back .... 

10. ALL Products as described in item No. 11A 
of the First Schedule to the Central Excises 
and Salt Act, 1944 (/ of 1944 )> except 
refinery Gases, coke and Mineral Colza oil. 

(a) Base mineral oils produced wholly from 
Indigenous crude oil or its derivatives and 
intended for use in the manufacture of 
Lubricating oils and Lubricating greases. 

(ft) Lubricating oils and Lubricating 
greases produced wholly from indigenous 
crude oil or its derivatives. 

(c) Lubricating oils and Lubricating greases 
produced wholly or partly from imported 
urde oil or its derivatives. 


Rs. 48-30 per kilolitre at fifteen degrees 
of Centigrade thermometer. 

Rs. 109-10 per metric tonne. 

Rs. 37-30 per metric tonne. 

Rs. 44-70 per metric tonne. 

Rs. 46-45 per metric tonne. 

Rs. 208 - 85 per metric tonne. 

Rs. 208 • 85 per metric tonne. 

Rs. 92-75 per metric tonne. 


(d) All other products . . . Rs. 92-75 per metric tonne.” 


[No. 40/67-C.E.—F. No. 8/12/67-CX.III.] 
T. C. SETH, Jt. Secy. 


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