Tourist Traffic Act, 1939

Applications for registration.

26.—(1) The proprietor of any premises may apply to the Board for the registration of those premises in such register as he thinks proper and specifies in his application.

(2) Every application under this section for the registration of any premises shall—

(a) be made in writing in the prescribed form and manner,

(b) contain the prescribed particulars,

(c) be accompanied by such fee not exceeding two pounds as shall be prescribed, and

(d) be also accompanied by a statement (in this Act referred to as a scale of charges) in the prescribed form of the charges which the applicant proposes to make for rooms, meals, and services provided in such premises during the period between such registration (if granted) and the then next following 31st day of December.