National Monuments (Amendment) Act, 1954

Inspection of national monuments.

11.—(1) The Commissioners may cause such inspections and reports as they may direct (either generally or particularly) to be made by their officers in regard to national monuments and places where the Commissioners have reason to believe national monuments exist.

(2) An officer of the Commissioners may for the purpose of carrying out an inspection under this section enter on any lands and premises and there do all such things as he may consider necessary for the purpose of the inspection.

(3) Every person who obstructs or otherwise interferes with an officer of the Commissioners in the exercise of any of his powers under this section shall be guilty of an offence under this section and shall be liable on summary conviction thereof to a fine not exceeding five pounds.

(4) Section 20 of the Principal Act is hereby repealed.