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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1976
SWIMMING POOL
(PERBADANAN PUTRAJAYA)
BY-LAWS 2000

ARRANGEMENT OF BY-LAWS

BY-LAWS

1. Citation, application and commencement
2. Interpretation
3. Admission fee
4. Children
5. Appropriate costumes
6. Prohibition when using the swimming pool
7. Prohibition against interruptions, disturbances and boisterous play
8. Prohibition against alcoholic drink
9. Prohibition against indecent manner
10. Prohibition of animals
11. Use and care of bathrooms etc
12. Loss or damage to the property
13. Timetable
14. Closing of Pool
15. Closing of Pool for exclusive use
16. Obedience to orders
17. Powers of authorised officer to regulate swimming
18. No refund of admission fee or alternative admission date
19. Removal from the Pool
20. Penalty

SWIMMING POOL(PERBADANAN PUTRAJAYA) BY-LAWS 2000

IN exercise of the powers conferred by section 102 of the Local Government Act 1976[Act 171], the Perbadanan Putrajaya makes and pursuant to section 103 of the said Act, the State Authority confirms, the following by-laws:

Citation, application and commencement

1.

(1) These by-laws may be cited as the Swimming Pool (Perbadanan Putrajaya) By-laws 2000.

(2) These by-laws shall apply only to Kawasan Perbadanan Putrajaya.

Interpretation

2. In these By-laws unless the context otherwise requires-

"admission fee" means the fee payable to the authorised officer or any method of admittance as determined by the Perbadanan;

"authorised officer" means any officer authorised by the Perbadanan;

"Kawasan Perbadanan Putrajaya" means the area as described under section 10 of the Perbadanan Putrajaya Act 1995[Act 536];

"Perbadanan" means the Perbadanan Putrajaya established under section 3 of the Perbadanan Putrajaya Act 1995[Act 536]; and

"Pool" means any swimming pool maintained by the Perbadanan and any enclosure, dressing room, bathroom, toilet, closet, box or compartment or any part thereof, and any land, premises, building or structure forming part thereof or appurtenant thereto.

Admission fee

3. No person shall be admitted to the Pool without an admission fee.

Children

4. No child below the age of six years shall be admitted to the swimming pool unless accompanied by an adult who is able to be responsible for and to exercise control over such child.

Appropriate costumes

5. An appropriate swimming costumes shall be worn by all bathers.

Prohibition when using the swimming pool

6. No person shall -

(a) enter the swimming pool without first having a shower and use the foot baths at the Pool;

(b) enter the swimming pool while in a verminous condition or while suffering or suspected of suffering from any cutaneous, infectious or contagious disease;

(c) at any time use any soap or any substance or preparation whereby the water in the swimming pool may be rendered turbid or unfit for the proper use of bathers, or otherwise wilfully foul or pollute the swimming pool;

(d) throw any articles into the swimming pool; and

(e) bring anything into the swimming pool other than such articles as may be determined by the Perbadanan.

Prohibition against interruptions, disturbances and boisterous play

7. No person entering the Pool shall -

(a) wilfully and improperly soil or defile any bathroom, dressing room, closet, box or compartment, or any furniture or article therein;

(b) enter or use any dressing room, closet, box or compartment appointed for the use of a person of the opposite sex, provided that this by-law shall not apply in the case of any small children below the age of six years who is accompanied by an adult; and

(c) push or indulge in boisterous play which may cause injury to themselves or to others.

Prohibition against alcoholic drink

8. No person shall bring any intoxicating liquors or remain in the Pool while in a state of intoxication.

Prohibition against indecent manner

9. No person entering the Pool shall at any time behave in an indecent manner.

Prohibition of animals

10. No animals are allowed to be taken inside the Pool.

Use and care of bathrooms etc.

11. All persons entering the Pool shall at all times exercise reasonable care in the use of any bathroom, dressing room, closet, box or compartment or any apparatus or property therein, and shall not break or damage any plant or machinery or any part thereof.

Loss or damage to the property

12. The Perbadanan shall at no time be liable for any loss or damage of the property of any person who enters the Pool.

Timetable

13. Perbadanan shall provide a timetable showing the periods for the use of the Pool.

Closing of Pool

14. The Perbadanan may at any time as it thinks fit close the Pool without notice.

Closing of Pool for exclusive use

15. The Perbadanan may at any time close the Pool temporarily to the public or any section of the public and/or grant exclusive use to a school, club, association or organisation for contests, either gratuitously or for payment and make or authorise the making of charges for admission to or use thereof when so closed to the public.

Obedience to orders

16. The orders of the authorised officer shall be promptly obeyed at all times by all persons entering the Pool.

Powers of authorised officer to regulate swimming

17. The authorised officer may at any time-

(a) suspend swimming and order all bathers out of the water if, in his opinion, the condition of the water is unsatisfactory or the swimming pool is overcrowded; and

(b) close the Pool and/or suspend swimming and order all bathers out of the water in the event of the breakdown of swimming pool flood?lights and/or general lighting, plant and equipment, or in any emergency which may arise detrimental to the safety of bathers.

No refund of admission fee or alternative admission date

18. In any case of suspension of swimming or closing of the Pool under by-law 17, no refund of admission fee shall be made nor an alternative admission date offered, unless the Perbadanan shall otherwise decide, and the decision of the Perbadanan shall be final.

Removal from the Pool

19.

(1) Any person who contravenes these By-laws for the control and management of the Pool may be removed therefrom by the authorised officer or by any police officer.

(2) In case of removal from the Pool under paragraph (1) above, no refund of admission fee shall be made and such person may be refused admittance subsequently.

(3) Without prejudice to paragraph (1) any person who contravenes this By-laws shall be liable to prosecution.

Penalty

20. Any person who is guilty of an offence under these By-laws shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year or to both such fine and imprisonment.

MMade by the Perbadanan Putrajaya in the meeting on the 25 February 1999

TAN SRI DATUK SERI AZIZAN BIN ZAINUL ABIDIN

President Perbadanan Putrajaya

Confirmed by the State Authority in the meeting on the 1999
[PPJ/URUS/PENT(s) JLD ( ); PU.Sel AM/0160/U]

ASMAWAR BIN SAMAT

Secretary State Executive Council Selangor

 
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