Dublin United Tramways (Lucan Electric Railways) Act, 1927

Maximum price.

24.—(1) The maximum price which the Company may charge consumers of electric light or energy shall be tenpence halfpenny per unit, provided the minimum charge to any consumer may not be less than twenty shillings for any quarter of a year ending on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December respectively.

(2) Where electricity supplied by the Company to any person (other than an authorised undertaker or a public utility undertaker) is used partly for lighting purposes and partly for purposes other than lighting the Company may require that the electricity supplied for lighting purposes shall be measured by a separate meter and paid for at the price for the time being charged by the Company for electricity supplied for lighting purposes within the district in which the consumer's premises are situate.