Clause 50. — (Power to open roads, etc.)

Private Business. – in the House of Commons on 12th December 1922.

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Provided that nothing in this Section shall extend to or authorise any interference with any telegraphic line (as defined by the Telegraph Act, 1878) or other property of His Majesty's Postmaster-General; Provided also that nothing in this Section shall extend to or authorise any interference with any works of any undertakers within the meaning of the Electricity (Supply) Acts, 1882 to 1919, to which the provisions of Section 15 of the Electric Lighting Act, 1882, apply except in accordance with and subject to the provisions of that Section.

Amendment made: Leave out "1919" ["Electricity(Supply) Acts, 1832 to 1919"], and insert instead thereof "1922."—[Sir J. Baird.)