Wireless Telegraphy Act, 1926

Regulations in regard to licences.

6.—(1) The Minister may by order make regulations prescribing in relation to all licences granted under this Act or any particular class or classes of such licences all or any of the matters following, that is to say:—

(a) the form of such licences,

(b) the period during which such licences continue in force,

(c) the manner in which, the terms on which, and the period or periods for which such licences may be renewed,

(d) the circumstances and manner in which such licences may be suspended or revoked by the Minister,

(e) the terms and conditions to be observed by the holders of such licences and subject to which such licences are deemed to be granted,

(f) the fees to be paid on the grant or renewal of such licences and the time and manner at and in which such fees are to be paid,

(g) any other matter relating to such licences in respect of which it shall appear to the Minister to be necessary or desirable to make provision by regulations made under this section.

(2) Regulations made under this section may authorise and provide for the granting of a licence under this Act subject to special terms, conditions, and restrictions to any person who satisfies the Minister that he requires the licence solely for the purpose of conducting experiments in wireless telegraphy.

(3) No regulation shall be made under this section in relation to fees without the previous consent of the Minister for Finance.

(4) Every regulation made under this section shall be laid before each House of the Oireachtas as soon as may be after it is made and if either such House shall, within twenty-one days on which either such House has sat next after the regulation was laid before such Houses, pass a resolution annulling such regulation, such regulation shall be annulled accordingly but without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under such regulation.