Refusal of collection permits in respect of certain collections.
9.—A Chief Superintendent shall not grant a collection permit for any collection in respect of which he is of opinion that—
(a) the holding of the collection would be prejudicial to the maintenance of public order,
(b) the proceeds of the collection or any portion thereof would be for the benefit of an object which is unlawful or contrary to public morality or for the benefit of an organisation membership of which is unlawful,
(c) the proceeds of the collection or any portion thereof would be used in such a manner as to encourage, either directly or indirectly, the commission of an unlawful act,
(d) the proceeds of the collection would not be used for or devoted to the purported object or objects thereof,
(e) the applicant for the permit, or, where the applicant is the nominee of a body (whether a body corporate or an unincorporated body of persons), the members of the body, would derive personal profit from the proceeds of the collection, or
(f) the collectors would derive personal profit, other than the payment of a reasonable commission for their services, from the proceeds of the collection.