Post Office Savings Bank Act, 1861

Postmaster-General, with consent of Treasury, to make regulations.

Copies of regulations to be laid before Parliament.

11. The Postmaster General with the consent of the Treasury, may make, and from time to time, as he shall see occasion, alter regulations for superintending, inspecting, and regulating the mode of keeping and examining the accounts of depositors, and with respect to the making of deposits and to the withdrawal of deposits and interest, and all other matters incidental to the carrying this Act into execution in his department; and all regulations so made shall be binding on the parties interested in the subject matter thereof to the same extent as if such regulations formed part of this Act; and copies of all regulations issued under the authority of this Act shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament within fourteen days from the date thereof, if Parliament shall be then sitting, and if not then within fourteen days from the next re-assembling of Parliament.

[S. 12 rep. 37 & 38 Vict. c. 73. s. 3.]