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Burglar Alarms Regulations (Provisional)

Authoritative Version
SR 1905 No. 25 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations
Gazetted 08 Apr 1905
Date of repeal 01 Apr 2015
Repealed by Sunsetting

 

STATUTORY RULES.

1905. No. 25.

PROVISIONAL REGULATIONS UNDER THE " POST AND TELEGRAPH ACT 1901."

I, THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL in and aver the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, hereby certify that, on account of urgency, the attached Regulations under the Post and Telegraph Act 1901, namely :

BURGLAR ALARMS,

should come into immediate operation, and make the Regulations to come into operation forthwith as Provisional Regulations.

Dated this twenty-ninth day of March, One thousand nine hundred and five.

NORTHCOTE,

Governor-General.

SYDNEY SMITH,

By His Excellency's Command.

REGULATIONS RELATING TO BURGLAR ALARMS.

1. Applications for Burglar Alarm connections between any two or more points named by those desiring the service must be made in writing to the Deputy Postmaster-General, from whom all particulars relating to the system can be obtained. The nature of the service required must be stated by the applicant.

2. All lines and apparatus in connection with the Burglar Alarms will be erected and supplied, as well as maintained, by the Postmaster-General, and will be his property.

3. The rates payable (in advance) for the service shall be as follows:

For each quarter-mile of line or portion thereof up to one mile......................

£1 5s. per annum.

For each half-mile of line or portion thereof over one mile.............................

£1 5s. per annum.

For each set of apparatus at the place protected :

 

Type A................................................................................................................

£1 per annum.

Type B................................................................................................................

£1 per annum.

For each set of apparatus at the protecting point :

 

Type A................................................................................................................

£1 per annum.

Type B................................................................................................................

£$ per annum.

The type of apparatus to be used can be selected by the subscriber.

C3893.Price 3d.


 

4. The lines and apparatus must be rented for a term of not less than three years.

5. In the event of one of the points to be connected being a Police Station, the written consent of the local police authorities must be obtained and furnished to the Deputy Postmaster-General by the applicant.

6. The Postmaster-General does not guarantee the efficiency of any service supplied or maintained under these regulations, and neither the Postmaster-General nor the Commonwealth shall have any liability in respect of any defect or want of efficiency in the line, apparatus, or service.

By Authority : ROBT S. Brain, Government Printer, Melbourne.