(i) restrictions regarding distance shall not apply to cinemas existing on the date of coming into force of these rules;
(ii) temporary cinema can be licensed for a short period near a permanent cinema under construction, the period being restricted to the period of the permission for construction of the permanent cinema. Such temporary licence shall be issued for 6 months or till the date of completion of the permanent cinema whichever is less in the first instance and renewed subject to Rule 17 for periods not exceeding 3 months till the date of completion of the construction of the permanent cinema;
(iii) the distance between a permanent cinema and a temporary cinema or between two temporary cinemas, for the purpose of restricting and regulating the number of permanent cinemas and temporary cinemas in any place or in adjacent places shall be reckoned by the shortest distance between the nearest edges of the compounds where the theatres are constructed.
29. (1) Any appeal under sub-section (7) of Section 5 of the Act against the decision taken or order passed by a Licensing Authority under the Act shall be preferred within thirty days of the date of receipt of the communication conveying the decision or order appealed against. Where the Licensing Authority is the Executive Authority or Local Authority, such an appeal may be preferred to that local authority provided that the District Collector may revise any order passed in appeal on the application of any aggrieved party.
(2) In other cases, any person aggrieved by the decision taken or order passed under the provisions of these rules by the competent authority may prefer an appeal as prescribed below, within 30 days of receipt of the communication conveying the decision taken or order passed-
(a) on the decision of the Executive Engineer, an appeal may be preferred to the Chief Engineer, Buildings;
(b) On the decision of the Health Officer an appeal may be preferred to the Director of Health Services;
(c) On decisions of the Town Planner an appeal may be preferred to the Chief Town Planner.
30. A fee of Rupees one hundred) shall be paid in respect of each appeal and the memorandum of appeal shall be accompanied by receipt for the amount of the fee due on the appeal.
31. Every enclosure, cinematograph apparatus and plant and electrical installation and airconditioning plant shall be inspected
(i) when first erected and thereafter at least once in every year by the Licensing Authority or an officer authorised by the Licensing Authority.
(ii) when first erected and thereafter at every renewal of the certificate in Form 'D' annexed to these rules by the Chief Electrical Inspector or his nominee,
(iii) when first erected and thereafter at every renewal of the certificate in Form 'C' annexed to these rules by the Executive Engineer.
Provided that the Chief Electrical Inspector or his nominee shall have power to inspect the apparatus, plant and electrical installation and air conditioning equipment of any premises at any time within the currency of the 'D' certificate issued in respect of the particular premises and to direct the licensee to rectify any defect noticed during such inspection. The licensee shall be