Reference > Media law & regulation > UK media laws > Cinema and film > Celluloid and Cinematograph Film Act 1922
12&13 Geo.5 c.35
An Act to make better provision for the prevention of fires in premises where raw celluloid or cinematograph film is stored or used.
1.General safety provisions. User must notify the local authority, provide fire escapes, etc.
2.Amended by the Licensing Act 2003.
5.Power of entry.
6.Power to take samples.
11.Act applies in Scotland but not in 'the city and royal burgh of Glasgow' nor in the city of Liverpool, which had its own law in Liverpool Corporation Act 1921.
1922/1076 Order Prescribing Fees to be Paid to Local Authorities
1924/363 Cinematograph Films, Use of Apparatus, Safety Provisions (Scotland) Order.
1924/403 Cinematograph Films, Use of Apparatus, Safety Provisions Order.
1924/1054 Order Prescribing Fees to be Paid to Local Authorities (Scotland)
1928/82 Manufacture of Cinematograph Film Regs
1939/571 Cinematograph Film Stripping Regs
1974/1841 Celluloid and Cinematograph Film Act 1922 (Repeals and Modifications) Regs
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