Public Safety (Powers of Arrest and Detention) Temporary Act, 1924

Executive Minister may make regulations.

7.—(1) An Executive Minister may make regulations—

(a) prescribing the prisons, internment camps and other places in which persons detained in custody under this Act may be detained;

(b) providing for the efficient management, sanitation, control and guarding of such prisons, camps and other places;

(c) providing for the enforcement and preservation of discipline amongst the persons so detained;

(d) providing for the medical, surgical, and nursing care of the persons so detained;

(e) providing for the inspection of such prisons, camps and other places and the visiting of persons detained therein by responsible persons to be appointed by the Minister who shall discharge the functions aforesaid without remuneration;

(f) providing for the prevention of the escape of any such persons and authorizing the making of all searches and inquiries reasonably necessary for that purpose;

(g) prescribing or providing for any other matter or thing relating to the efficient detention of such persons under this Act.

(2) All existing regulations made under section 13 of the Public Safety (Emergency Powers) Act, 1923 (No. 28 of 1923), shall, in so far as they are not inconsistent with the powers conferred by the foregoing sub-section, continue in force to the same extent and with the same effect as if they had been made under this Act.