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Authorisation of Certain Officers To Exercise The Powers Conferred By Section 248(2) At Certain Specified Ports

Authorisation of Certain Officers To Exercise The Powers Conferred By Section 248(2) At Certain Specified Ports

Published vide Notification Gazette of India 19630 Part 1,Page 959. Deemed to be in force by virtue of section 248(2) read with section 461(3) of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958). Reproduced here as amended from time to time.

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  1. No. 56-M.I. (3)/30, dated 30th August, 1930. – In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of Section 167 of the Indian Merchant Shipping Act, 1923 (21 of 1923) and in supersession of all previous orders on the subject, the Governor-General in Council is pleased to[authorise], the officers specified in the second column of the annexed Schedule at the ports specified in the corresponding entry in the first column thereof:-

Schedule

Ports Officers
Bombay 1. The Principal Officer, Mercantile Marine Department, Bombay District, Bombay.

2. The Nautical Surveyor, Mercantile Marine Department, Bombay.

3. The Preventive Officer, at the time being on duty on board

the native passenger or pilgrim ship concerned.

Port in the Bombay Presidency except The Officer in charge of the Custom
Bombay House Coast Guard Inspectors within their respective ranges.
Cochin The Engineer and Ship Surveyor, Mercantile Marine Department.
Madras The Principal Officer, Mercantile Marine Department, Madras District, Madras.
Ganjam District-
Calingapatam The Conservator of the Port.
Baruva The Conservator of the Port.
Vizagapatam District-
Bimlipatam The Conservator of the Port.
Vizagapatam The Ship Sruveyor, Mercantile Marine Department, Visakhapatnam.
Godavari District –
Cocanada The Port Officer. Cocanada.
Kistna District –
Masulipatam The Port Officer, Masulipatam.
South Arcot District –
Cuddalore The Port Officer, Cuddalore.
Porto Nova The Conservator of the Port.
Tanjore District –
Negapatam The Port Officer, Negapatam.
Tranquebar The Conservator of the Port.
Topputturai The Conservator of the Port.
Adirampatnam The Conservator of the Port.
Tirumulavasal The Conservator of the Port.
Ammapatnam The Conservator of the Port.
Tinnevelly District –
Tuticorin The Port Officer, Tuticorin
Kayalpatnam The Conservator of the Port.
Kulasekharapatnam The Conservator of the Port.
Malabar District –
Calicut The Port Officer, Calicut.
Tellicherry The Conservator of the Port.
Badagara The Conservator of the Port.
Cannanore The Conservator of the Port.
South Canara District –
Kasargad The Conservator of the Port.
Mangalore The Port Officer, Mangolore.
Baindur The Conservator of the Port.
Coondapoor The Conservator of the Port.
Hangarakotta The Conservator of the Port.
Malpe The Conservator of the Port.
Mulki The Conservator of the Port.
Ramnad District –
Dhanushkodi The Conservator of the Port.
Pamban The Conservator of the Port.
Kilakarai The Conservator of the Port.
Tondi The Conservator of the Port.
Devipatnam The Conservator of the Port.
Calcutta 1. The Principal Officer, Mercantile Marine Department, Calcutta District, Calcutta.
2. The Nautical Survayor, Mercantile Marine Department, Calcutta. Chandbali
Chandbali The Port Officer, Orissa Port.
Gopalpur The Conservator of the Port.
Port Blair The Engineer and Harbour Master,Port Blair.

 

[Department of Commerce] [S.O. 1525, dated the 30th April, 1965. ] – In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of Section 248 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958), read with the order of the Government of India in the late Ministry of Transport and Communications 2No. S.O. 3144, dated the 17th December, 1960, the Director-General of Shipping, hereby authorises the Surveyor-in-Charge, Mercantile Marine Department, Bedi Bunder, Jamnagar, to exercise the powers conferred by the said section at the port of Bedi Bunder, Jamnagar.

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

 

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