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Report No. 38

34. Opening of postal articles under Governor General's Warrant.-

(1) The Governor-General may, by Warrant under his hand, direct the Postmaster-General or any officer to detain or open any postal article for any purpose mentioned in the Warrant.

(2) If any postal article opened under this section is found to contain any money or enclosure belonging to the New Zealand Government, the officer opening the article may extract the money or enclosure therefrom and dispose of it in such manner as the Postmaster-General directs.

[Cf. 1928, No. 12, section 31; 1933, No. 23, section 4.]

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