15. Section 19 of the principal Act is repealed and the following section substituted therefor:
—(1) No person other than the Postal Authority or a public postal licensee may cause postage stamps that bear the word “Singapore” in any language to be provided.
(2) Any person who contravenes subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence.
(3) Any postage stamp provided under subsection (1) may be of such kind and may denote such values as the Postal Authority or public postal licensee may determine.
(4) Any postage stamp provided under this section shall be used for the prepayment of any postage or other sum chargeable under this Act in respect of any postal article to be conveyed and delivered by or through the Postal Authority or the public postal licensee, except where the Postal Authority or public postal licensee determines that prepayment may be made in some other manner.
(5) The design of every postage stamp provided by a public postal licensee under this section shall be approved by the Postal Authority.
(6) All philatelic archival materials produced by a public postal licensee shall belong to the Government, and all philatelic archival materials shall be kept in such custody as the Government directs.
(7) In subsection (6), “philatelic archival materials” includes —
artworks, proofs, progressive sheets, printed sheets and printing plates of philatelic stamps; and
date-stamps, slogan dies and other artifacts used in connection with the production of philatelic stamps.
(8) The Minister may, after consulting the Postal Authority, by order published in the Gazette, delete, vary or add to the items of “philatelic archival materials” specified in subsection (7).”.