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Appointment of Certain Officers At Certain Ports For The Purposes of Section 253 of the Act

Appointment of Certain Officers At Certain Ports For The Purposes of Section 253 of the Act

Published vide Notification Gazette of India 1930 Part 1,Page 1101. Deemed to be in force by virtue of Section 253 read with Section 461(3) of the Merchand Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958). Reproduced here as amended from time to time.

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No. 56-M.I. (4)/30, dated 1st November, 1930. – In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 170 of the Indian Merchant Shipping Act, 1923 (21of 1923), and in supersession of all previous orders on the subject, the Governor General in Council is pleased to [appoint] the officers specified in the second column of Schedule “A” annexed hereto for the purposes of sub-sections (1) and (2), and the officers specified in the second column of Schedule “B” annexed hereto for the purposes of sub-section (2), of the said section, at the ports specified in the corresponding entry in the first column of the said Schedules, respectively:-

Schedule “A”

[Officers appointed under sub-sections (1) and (2) of section 170]
Ports Officers
Bombay The Principal Officer, Mercantile Marine Department, Bombay District, Bombay.
Madras The Principal Officer, Mercantile Marine Department, Madras District Madras.
Calingapatam The Conservator of the Port.
Baruva The Conservator of the Port.
Bimlipatam The Conservator of the Port.
Vizagapatam The Ship Sruveyor, Mercantile Marine Department, Visakhapatnam.
Cocanada The Port Officer.
Cuddalore The Port Officer.
Porto Nova The Conservator of the Port.
Negapatam The Port Officer.
Pamban The Conservator of the Port.
Dhanushkodi The Conservator of the Port.
Tuticorin The Port Officer.
Cochin The Engineer and Ship Surveyor, Mercantile Marine Department.
Calicut The Port Officer.
Tellicherry The Conservator of the Port.
Badagara The Conservator of the Port.
Cannanore The Conservator of the Port.
Kasargad The Conservator of the Port.
Mangalore The Post officer
Malpe The Conservator of the Port.
Coondapoor The Conservator of the Port.
Calcutta The Conservator of the Port.
Port Blair The Conservator of the Port.
Chandbali The Post Officer, Orissa Port.
Gopalpur The Conservator of the Port.

 

Schedule “B”

[Officers appointed under sub-section (2) of Section 170]
Ports Officers
Bombay 1. The Nautical Surveyor, Mercantile Marine Department, Bombay.
2. The Principal Second, Third, and Fourth Engineer and Ship Surveyors, Bombay.
3. The Ship Surveyors, Bombay.
Madras The Engineer and Ship Surveyor, Madras.
Calcutta 1. The Nautical Surveyor, Mercantile Marine Department, Calcutta.
2. The Principal Second, Third, and Fourth Engineer and Ship Surveyors, Calcutta.
3. The Ship Surveyors, Calcutta.

 

[Department of Commerce.] [S.O. 1526, dated 30th April, 1965. ] – In exercise of the powers conferred by subsection (1) of Section 253 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958), read with the order of the Government of India i n the late Ministry of Transport and [Communications] No. S.O. 3144, dated the 17th December, 1960, the Director-General of Shipping, hereby appoints the Surveyor-in-Charge, Mercantile Marine Department, Port of Bedi Bunder, Jamnagar as an officer at the said port for the purposes of the said section.

[Min. of Transport, No. 139-SH(65)/62.]

 

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