Martial Arts Societies Act 1976

Original Language Title: Martial Arts Societies Act 1976

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WM laws of MALAYSIA Act 170 REPRINTING MARTIAL ARTS SOCIETIES ACT 1976 Contains all amendments to 1 January 2006 PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 in COLLABORATION with PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006 2 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 MARTIAL ARTS SOCIETIES ACT, 1976 date of Assent............ March 18, 1976, the date of publication in the Gazette.......... 25 March 1976 REPRINT BEFORE Reprinting the first............ 1998 Second Reprinting............ 2001 martial arts Organizations 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 170 MARTIAL ARTS SOCIETIES ACT 1976 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title, commencement and application 2. Interpretation 3. Ros Martial Arts PART II SUPERVISORY COUNCIL MARTIAL ARTS 4. Establishment Of The Supervisory Council Of Martial Arts 5. Duration and conditions of the appointment, revocation and resignation of 6. Posts deemed cleared 7. Remuneration and allowances 8. Meeting 9. The Council may invite others to meetings 10. Minutes of 11. Validity of acts and proceedings PART III REGISTRATION 12. The national control body 13. Registration of Association of martial arts 4 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 section 14. New Member, new instructor and keberhentian of teaching or a member 15. Restrictions on learning 16. Instructor registration 17. Cancellation or suspension of registration 18 instructors. Restrictions on learning the martial arts 19. Use of weapons 20. Prohibition 21. Application of the Societies Act 1966 for this Act 22. Effect of cancellation under the Societies Act and the Act on the establishment and organization of martial arts 23. Restrictions on registration and licensing organizations, businesses, etc.
PART IV MISCELLANEOUS 24. Criminal liability of 25. Search and inspection without warrant 26. The arrest of 27. Regulations FIRST SCHEDULE SECOND SCHEDULE martial arts Organization 5 laws of MALAYSIA Act 170 MARTIAL ARTS SOCIETIES ACT 1976 an act to provide for the establishment of Supervisory Council, for martial arts martial arts organization registration and matters connected therewith.
[] BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part I preliminary short title, commencement and application 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the martial arts societies Act 1976 and shall come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette.
(2) this Act shall apply throughout Malaysia.
Interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "learn" means learn any martial arts style either on someone teaching or otherwise and includes practice any exercise for any martial arts style that;
6 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 "Minister" means the Minister responsible for sport;
"martial arts" or "any martial arts style" means any martial arts mentioned in the first schedule or any combination thereof and any other physical training style by learning or practicing it will allow the perpetrator got skills to defend himself in person against physical attack armed or unarmed: provided that notwithstanding the definition of "martial arts" that the Minister may by order published in the Gazette amend the first schedule;
"study" means a study that is registered under section 13 that any martial arts style are learned by a body of martial arts;
"public teaching" means places teach registered under section 16 in addition to a place of learning, which any martial art style taught to members of the Association of the martial arts by a qualified instructor registered.
Ros Martial Arts 3. Registrar of societies shall be the Registrar of societies of martial arts and Deputy Registrar of societies and Assistant Registrar of societies shall simultaneously be a Deputy Registrar of societies of martial arts and Assistant Registrar of societies of martial arts.
PART II SUPERVISORY COUNCIL Majlis MARTIAL ARTS Martial Arts Supervision 4. (1) a body called the Council of supervision of martial arts established that its function is — (a) to advise the Minister generally on matters relating to martial arts; and the martial arts 7 (b) to advise the Minister on any matter referred to the Council by the Minister.
(2) the Council shall consist of the following members who shall be appointed by the Minister: (a) a Chairman;
(b) a Deputy Chairman;
(c) not less than eight but not more than fifteen members elected from among the persons nominated by the various bodies concerned with martial arts or if no nomination is made within three months from the start date to run the currency of this Act, of the person who the Minister thinks fit;
(d) not less than five but not more than eight members from the Ministry of which in the opinion of the Minister is necessary represented.
(3) the Minister may, in respect of each member appointed under paragraph (2) (c), appoint a became an alternate member to attend in lieu of the Member at meetings of the Council could not be attended by the Member for any reason.
(4) when attending the Council meeting, an alternate member shall for all purposes be deemed to be a member of the Council. Alternate of a member shall, unless he sooner resigns or his appointment is sooner revoked, cease to be an alternate member when a member of the respect he became alternate member ceases to be a member of the Council.
Duration and conditions of the appointment, revocation and resignation of 5. (1) a Council Member shall hold office for such period and subject to such conditions as may be specified by the Minister in his instrument of appointment.
(2) the appointment of any Member may at any time be revoked by the Minister without assigning any reason therefor.
8 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 (3) a member may at any time resign his Office by letter addressed to the Minister.
Posts deemed cleared 6. (1) the Office of a member of the Council shall be deemed to be cleared — (a) if he dies;
(b) if it has been proved against him, or he has been convicted of, a charge in respect of — (i) an offence involving fraud, dishonesty or moral turpitude;
(ii) an offence under any law relating to corruption;
(iii) any other offence punishable with imprisonment (whether imprisonment only, or in addition to a penalty or in lieu of a fine) for more than two years;
(c) if he becomes bankrupt;
(d) if he is of unsound mind or otherwise unable to perform his duties;
(e) if he fails to attend three consecutive time-also without the permission of the Council;
(f) if his resignation is accepted by the Minister; or (g) if his appointment is cancelled.
(2) if any member ceases to be a member by virtue of any provision of this Act, a person shall be appointed to replace it in accordance with the provisions of the case.
Remuneration and allowances 7. Shall be paid to the members of the Council or any other person any salary, remuneration or allowance as the Minister may determine.
Martial arts organization Meeting 9 8. (1) the Council shall meet at least once in about every six months.
(2) a quorum of the Council shall consist of the Chairman or Deputy Chairman and seven other members.
(3) At all meetings of the Council, the Chairman or if he is absent, the Deputy Chairman shall be the Chairman.
(4) where on any question to be determined by the Council there is a number of votes equal, the Chairman or Deputy Chairman shall have a casting vote in addition to the votes normally.
(5) subject to the provisions of this Act, the Council shall determine its own procedure.
The Council may invite others to meetings 9. The Council may request any person (who is not a member of the Council) to attend any meeting or deliberation of the Council for the purpose of advising it on any matter under dibincangkannya, but any person present that does not have the right to vote at the meeting or deliberation.
Minutes of 10. (1) the Chairman or Deputy Chairman, as the case may be, shall cause minutes of all meetings of the Council maintained and stored in a proper form.

(2) any minutes made of meetings of the Council shall, if duly signed, admissible in evidence in all legal proceedings without further proof and every meeting of the Council with respect to the ride that minitnya has been so made shall be deemed to have been duly convened and held and all members present at the meeting has been duly qualified to act.
10 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 validity of acts and proceedings 11. No act done or proceeding taken under this Act may be questioned on the ground — (a) any vacancy in the membership of, or any defect in the formation of the Council; or (b) violation by any member of the Council relating to the disclosure of interest by the Member; or (c) any omission, defect or ketidakteraturan that notwithstanding the merits of the case.
PART III REGISTRATION of the national control Bodies 12. (1) shall be established, in respect of each style of martial arts, a national control body.
(2) the name and the establishment of the national control bodies and procedures to be followed in selecting or appointing a person to be a member of the national control bodies shall be decided by a voice more martial arts organisations that learn the martial arts style, each organisation send a representative only.
(3) If on the date this Act comes into power, already there is, with respect to any style of martial arts, a national control body, that body shall be deemed to have been established and shall function as if established under this Act.
(4) If on the date this Act comes into power, there is, with respect to any style of martial arts, more than one national control body, the Registrar may, within three months from that date by notice delivered to the body, require that they set up a national control body.
(5) If on the date this Act comes into power, there were, with respect to any style of martial arts, the national control body or there is more than one organization of martial arts the national control bodies and 11 body that does not establish a national control body within three months of that, the Minister may establish a national control body shall be deemed to be a national control body concerned with the martial arts styles.
(6) a national control body established by the Minister shall consist of — (a) seven members who shall be appointed by the Minister from members of various martial arts organizations that learn the martial arts style;
(b) three members who shall be appointed by the Minister of the Ministry of which in the opinion of the Minister is necessary represented.
(7) it shall be the function and duties of the national control body — (a) to hold and control the things holding shows and examinations;
(b) to classify and control the grade classification and conduct of examinations;
(c) to determine the code of conduct and discipline every student of the martial arts styles and may for that purpose establish a disciplinary body may deem fit;
(d) to specify the people who can participate in the ceremony or competition organised at international level but when making such determination shall consult with the Ministry responsible for sport;
(e) to encourage and co-ordinate the activities of all martial arts organization that studied the martial arts style; and (f) to carry out all activities commissioning found is necessary or beneficial for the development of the martial arts styles.
(8) every Member of a national control body must be a citizen of the Federation and if 12 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 a person who is not a citizen was elected or appointed, election or appointment shall be deemed to be invalid.
Martial arts organization registration 13. (1) subject to subsection (2), no organization registered under the Societies Act 1966 [Act 335] or group of persons other than a company, business, partnership or firm can have as one of the purposes or activities, learning by its members any martial arts style unless the organization or group of persons is registered as a martial arts organization under this Act.
(2) if at the start date of the currency of this Act any organization registered under the Societies Act 1966 have as one of the purposes or activities, pembelajaraan by its members any martial arts style, the establishment shall, within three months from that date, make an application for registration as a martial arts organization under this Act.
(3) an application for registered as a body of martial arts shall be — (a) signed by the Chairman or President and Secretary of the organizations or groups of such persons;
(b) specifying the style of martial arts that will be learned by its members;
(c) accompanied by a list of members who will learn and instructors who will teach the martial arts style, giving their full names, their identity card numbers, their citizenship, address them and their career and such other information as may be required by the Registrar;
(d) state the place martial arts mentioned in paragraph (b) is to be learned by its members; and the martial arts 13 (e) in the case of a group person other than a body that is registered under the Societies Act 1966, accompanied by — (i) the minutes of the inaugural meeting of the Group;
(ii) its Constitution; and (iii) a list of people who attended the inaugural meeting.
(4) the Registrar may approve or reject the application without assigning any reason therefor.
(5) where the Registrar approves the application, he shall register the organizations or groups of such persons as a martial arts organization and shall issue a certificate of registration in the prescribed form.
(6) a place set out in the application for registered as a place of martial arts are learned shall be registered as a place of learning.
(7) any organization registered under the Societies Act 1966, or group of person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence under this Act and may be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit.
New Member, new instructor and keberhentian of teaching or a Member State 14. (1) every martial arts organisations should notify the Registrar about the details of the following within two weeks from the date of the event: (a) the full name, identity card number, citizenship, address and vokasion career of every new Member who made application to learn or practise martial arts style learned or practiced by other member organizations of the martial arts;
(b) the name of every person who ceases to be a Member;
(c) the name, identification number, citizenship, address and details of the registration of the instructor and the instructor of any new or additional;
14 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 (d) name of the person cease to be an instructor and the termination date.
(2) an organization of martial arts may not, except with the prior approval of the Registrar, change or add to the style of martial arts to be learned by its members.
(3) any body of martial arts that do not comply with the requirements of subsection (1) or (2) commits an offence under this Act and may be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit.
Restrictions on learning 15. No organization of martial arts can change place admitted without the prior approval of the Registrar and without the Exchange be endorsed on the certificate of registration.
Instructor registration 16. (1) No person shall teach any martial arts style to others unless — (a) he is registered as an instructor under this Act;
(b) the place of teaching were a place to teach martial arts or is a place of learning for a body of martial arts; and (c) those who taught it was a member of a body of martial arts.
(2) an application for registered as an instructor shall — (a) contain the name, identity card number, address and, if he wasn't a full-time instructor, vokasion to the applicants;
Martial arts organization 15 (b) stating the martial arts style which the applicant proposes to teach;
(c) specify the period of learning phase by the applicant, the grade earned and award examination authorities grednya; and (d) state the place where he intends to teach the martial arts style.
(3) the Registrar may, if he is satisfied that the applicant has the necessary qualifications and is a fit and proper person to be an instructor, mendaftarkannya as an instructor and shall issue a certificate of registration in the prescribed form.

(4) a place set out in the application for registered as places the instructor intends to teach martial arts style should be registered as a place of teaching and the place cannot be changed without the prior written permission of the Registrar.
(5) a registered instructor shall from time to time notify the Registrar in writing of — (a) the establishment or organization to which the martial arts he is a qualified instructor;
(b) if his students, during any session taught at places teach him registered, is a group formed from the person who is a member of more than one martial arts organisation, the name of the student, their identity card number, address and vokasion them and the name of the martial arts organizations each of its members; and (c) the name of the person who, having listed under paragraph (b), cease to be students, the date of the termination and grade earned by that person.
16 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 cancellation or suspension of registration instructors 17. (1) the Registrar may cancel or suspend the registration of a person instructor — (a) if he is satisfied that the instructor — (i) has stopped giving lessons in any style of martial arts in relation to the registration;
(ii) had not obtained certificate pengajarnya inconsistent with the provisions of this Act or any regulations thereunder;
(iii) no longer a fit and proper person to be registered as an instructor; or (iv) any violation or breach of any provision of this Act or regulations made thereunder; or (b) if he is of the opinion it is in the public interest to do so.
(2) the Registrar shall, prior to cancel or suspend the registration of an instructor under subsection (1), provide the instructor concerned a notice in writing of his intention to do so, specify a date, not less than fourteen days after the date of the notice, when cancellation or suspension shall be made and ask the instructor to show cause why the Registrar of the registration should not be revoked or suspended.
(3) If before the date referred to in subsection (2), the instructor does not show cause to the Registrar as to why its registration should not be revoked or suspended, its registration should be cancelled or suspended but if instructors show cause, the Registrar shall decide and should notify the instructor in writing of its decision.
(4) where an instructor, after show cause, aggrieved by the decision of the Registrar, he may within fourteen days after receiving the decision of the Registrar, appeal in writing to the Minister who is responsible for the registration of associations and the decision of the Minister shall be final.
Martial arts organizations 17 (5) even if an appeal has been made, the decision of the Registrar shall be in force until the decision was diakas or varied by the Minister.
Restrictions on learning the martial arts 18. (1) there are any two or more people can gather to learn any martial arts style unless they are registered instructor or member of a body or group of persons registered as a body of martial arts.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Registrar may exempt from the provisions of this Act, any organization or society in respect of which, there is for the time being in force, a certificate (which may be granted, denied or revoked at the sole discretion) by a person or an authority appointed under the provisions of written law for the time being in force relating to the registration of schools that organizations or associations that form part of the curriculum of a school.
(3) any person within any of the classes of person referred to in the Second Schedule shall not be — (a) check-in as a member of a group of persons registered as a body of martial arts; or (b) if he is a member of a body that is registered as a body of martial arts, studying any martial arts style, unless the prior written approval of the Registrar.
(4) the Minister in charge of the Registrar of societies may by order published in the Gazette amend the second schedule as he may deem fit.
(5) any person who contravenes subsection (1) or (3) commits an offence and shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to imprisonment not exceeding five years or both.
18 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 of weapon use 19. Martial arts instructor and member of Association of martial arts can be in the time to learn any martial arts style in any study or teaching use, for the purpose of studying martial arts style that's all, weapons specified in its registration or permitted in writing by the Registrar.
Prohibition 20. (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Act, the Minister may by order published in the Gazette prohibit the practice or teaching of any style of physical training that includes in the definition of "martial arts".
(2) any person who contravenes any order made under subsection (1) commits an offence and shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment not exceeding one year or to both.
Application of the Societies Act 1966 for this Act 21. (1) the provisions of the Societies Act 1966 and regulations made thereunder and this Act shall be read as a single; and any other body of persons other than a body that is registered under the Societies Act 1966 which — (a) makes application for registered as a body of martial arts; or (b) after its application, is registered as a martial arts organization under this Act, shall comply with, in addition to this Act, the provisions of the Societies Act 1966: provided that no separate application is required to be registered for a group of people as a body under the Societies Act 1966 and when registered group that the person as a martial arts organization under this Act the group, that person shall be deemed to have been registered also as a body under the Societies Act 1966.
Martial arts organization 19 (2) the expression "establishment" in the Societies Act 1966 shall unless the context of the Act require that the meaning of the other, be deemed to include a body of martial arts that is registered under this Act and the power of the Minister in charge of the Registrar of societies to make regulations under section 67 of the Societies Act 1966 shall be deemed to include and include martial arts organization registered under this Act.
Effect of cancellation under the Societies Act and the Act on the establishment and organization of martial arts 22. (1) if in the exercise of any of the provisions of the Societies Act 1966, registration of any organisation registered under the Act has been cancelled, the Registrar of societies that as a martial arts organization under this Act shall be deemed to have been cancelled as well.
(2) if the registration is a martial arts organization under this Act has been cancelled, cancellation is not possible, if it is a body that is registered under the Societies Act 1966 and after registration is registered as a martial arts organization under this Act, touching its registration as a body under the Act.
Restrictions on registration and licensing organizations, businesses, etc.
23. (1) after the start the currency of this Act, shall not be registered or licensed — (a) any body that has as one of the purposes or activities of teaching or learning any martial arts style under the Societies Act 1966;
(b) any business, partnership, proprietorship or firm under * registration of businesses Act 1956 [Act 197] for Peninsular Malaysia, Trade Licensing Ordinance [Sabah Cap. 144] for Sabah, or Business Licensing Ordinance, professions and Trade [Sarawak Cap. 33] for Sarawak, each of the goal is to teach or learn any martial arts style; or * ENTRY — 197 Act applies only in Peninsular Malaysia.
20 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 (c) any company under the companies Act 1965 [Act 125] which has as one of its purpose to teach or learn any martial arts style, without the approval in writing of the Registrar and the applicant shall submit the approval with sam with his application.
(2) registration or licensing societies, business, partnership, proprietorship, firm or Corporation without the approval shall be deemed to be invalid.
(3) if at the start date of the currency of this Act — (a) any business, partnership, proprietorship or firm is registered or licensed as the case may be, under the registration of businesses Act 1956 for Peninsular Malaysia, Trade Licensing Ordinance or Ordinances for Licensing businesses, professions and Trade for Sarawak and running as one of its business activities to teach any martial arts style; or

(b) any company registered under the companies Act 1965 and has as one of its purpose in the memorandum to teach any martial arts style, business, partnership, proprietorship or firm or the company shall, within six months from the start date of the currency that, make an application for permission of the Registrar to carry out as one of its activities or its purpose to teach any martial arts style and if written permission given , shall be deemed to have been registered under subsection (1) with the approval of the Registrar.
(4) No person or a company may, unless business, partnership, proprietorship or firm or company is registered in accordance with subsection (1) or if the person or company that existed at the start date of the currency of this Act, unless the written permission obtained from the Registrar within the period specified in subsection (3), running as one of its activities or as one of its purpose to teach any martial arts style.
Martial arts organization 21 (5) any person who contravenes subsection (4) commits an offence and shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to imprisonment not exceeding two years or to both.
PART IV MISCELLANEOUS Criminal Liability 24. (1) if the person who commits an offence under this Act is — (a) a company, every person who at the time of the offence committed is a Director, General Manager, Manager, Secretary or other officer of the company with respect to the management of the company in Malaysia or alleged acts as the holder of any such position; or (b) an organization, every person who at the time of the offence committed was an office bearer or a person who manages or assists in the management of the establishment, shall be deemed to commit the offence and can be taken step trial against him and punished accordingly: provided that it shall be a defence for that person, if he proves that the offence was committed without the consent or pembiarannya and he has undertaken every effort to prevent the offence from occurring as he should have been it undertook taking into account the types of functions and all other circumstances.
(2) for the purposes of this section — (a) "company" includes — (i) any company incorporated under the companies Act 1965;
(ii) a firm or other Association of individuals; and 22 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 (iii) an ordinary and individuals that is registered or licensed under any law in force in Malaysia relating to the registration or licensing of businesses;
(b) "Office" means any person who is the President or Vice President, or Secretary or Treasurer of an organisation or any branch of that organization or who is a member of the Committee or governing body of the establishment or any branch of that organization or holding in the establishment of a branch or the establishment of any Office or position analogous to the same position referred to above.
(3) if the agent or servants someone (that person is hereinafter in this section referred to as "the principal") make any or leave from making any (which if made or left out made by the principal will be an offence under this Act) the principal shall, even if he is not aware of such offence is deemed to have committed such offence and shall be liable to punishment for the offence : provided that it shall be a defence for the principal, if he proves — (a) that the Act or omission complained of are not in the purview of the common employment of the servants or agents; and (b) that the principal did not allow or confirm the Act or omission that later.
(4) if the agent or servants for the principal make any or leave from making any (which if made or left from made by the principal may be an offence under this Act) the servants or agents committed such offence as well.
(5) the provisions of this section shall be in addition to and not in derogation from any provisions of this Act.
Martial arts organizations 23 Search and inspection without warrant 25. (1) the Registrar, any Deputy Registrar or Assistant Registrar or any police officer of the rank of inspector or higher of the Inspector or any public officer authorized in writing by the Registrar may at any reasonable time enter and search any place to learn or a place to teach or any dwelling house, shops, business premises or any other premises which he has reason to believe to be kept or used by any association , business, partnership, firm or corporation if he has reason to believe that any offence under this Act or any regulations made thereunder to do, and he may — (a) examine any person found therein provided that a female can only be searched by a woman other;
(b) detain any person found to be in it until the search and examination is completed;
(c) inspect or make extracts from or take possession of any books, accounts, writings, lists of members, banner, emblem, coat of arms, and any other items.
(2) If an officer exercising the power of a search pursuant to subsection (1), he shall prepare a list (signed by him) on all goods seized in time to carry out search and examination and shall without unnecessary delay should not be sending personally or by post a copy of that list to the owner or occupier of the premises or to his representative.
(3) the officer shall allow the occupants of the premises or his attorney saw the General search.
The arrest of 26. If it turns out at the Magistrate, on information given in writing by the Registrar, Deputy Registrar or Assistant Registrar, or any other officer authorized in writing by the Registrar that there is reasonable cause to suspect that a person has committed an offence in 24 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 under this Act or any regulations made thereunder, he may issue a warrant of arrest which authorizes the officer to arrest that person.
Regulations 27. (1) the Minister may, after consultation with the Minister responsible for the registration of societies, make regulations to — (a) prescribing the manner of training and standards shall be achieved by a person before he or she can achieve any grade in any martial arts or before he can be registered as an instructor;
(b) prescribing examinations of such persons are required to pass before he can achieve any grade in any martial arts or qualify him as an instructor;
(c) state the qualifications found in or overseas that can be recognised;
(d) establish and regulate the Center for study, practice and teach any martial arts;
(e) prescribing the fees and exempt any person or class of persons from the payment of fees; and (f) prescribing offences and provide for her sentence, the sentence should not exceed a fine of one thousand dollars or imprisonment not exceeding six months or to both.
(2) the Minister responsible for the Registrar of societies may, after consultation with the Minister, make regulations for — (a) prescribing the manner of registration and form shall be used;
(b) prohibit, restrict or regulate the use of the flag, emblem, symbol, badge and any emblem by the Organization, company, or any other group of people and the instructor that is registered under this Act; and the martial arts 25 (c) prescribing offences and provide for her sentence, the sentence should not exceed a fine of one thousand dollars or imprisonment not exceeding six months or to both.
The FIRST SCHEDULE [section 2] TYPES of MARTIAL ARTS 1. Wu Shu Chinese (martial arts) — (i) hsing-i (ii) pa-kua (iii) pai-shaolin hao (iv) (v) tang lang (vi) tai chi chiuan pok khik (vii) (viii) (ix) wu chu kungfu 2. The Japanese — (i) karate-do (ii) judo jujutsu (iii) (iv) (v) kendo iai-do (vi) aiki-do (vii) jodo 3. Koreans — (i) taekwan-do (ii) tangsu-do 4. The Malays — all types of silat 5. Indonesian Pentjak-silat — 26 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 6. Thai people — Toi muay-7. Indians — Selambam SECOND SCHEDULE [Subsection 18 (3)] the person has — (a) is found to be guilty of any offence involving life, errors hurt by any reason, extortion or robbery or robbery group under any of the Penal Code [Act 574] or the offence of attempting to commit any offence referred to earlier;
(b) subject to an order by the Chief Police officer under section 13 of the Act public order (preservation) 1958 [Act 296] and the order is not dikenselkan;
(c) registered under section 12 Crime Prevention Act 1959 [Act 297];
(d) be placed under the supervision of the police under section 295 criminal procedure code [Act 593], section 12 criminal procedure [N.S. Chapter 21], or section 247 English Sabah or Sarawak [Sabah 4/59; Sarawak Chapter 58];

(e) be detained under an order under section 8 of the Internal Security Act 1960 [Act 82] and the order is not dikenselkan or cancelled;
(f) subject to restricted residence under section 2 or placed under police surveillance under section 2A of the Act Limited Residential 1933 [Act 377].
Martial arts organization 27 laws of MALAYSIA Act 170 SOCIETIES ACT 1976 MARTIAL ARTS LIST AMENDMENT law short title force amend from P.U. (A) 281/2002 Order Revision 12-07-2002 law (correction of martial arts societies Act 1976) 2002 P.U. (A) 225/2003 Order of revision 27-06-2003 law (Corrections Societies Act 1976 martial arts) 2003 28 laws of Malaysia ACT 170 laws of MALAYSIA Act 170 SOCIETIES ACT 1976 MARTIAL ARTS LIST SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend (S) power from – THERE are –