PART I PRELIMINARY
1.Citation and commencement
3.Incorporation of Harbours, Docks, and Piers Clauses Act 1847
PART II HARBOUR REGULATION
Management and control of the harbour
5.General functions in respect of the harbour
6.Power to dredge
7.Reclamation of land
8.Tidal works not to be executed without approval by the Scottish Ministers
9.Declaration of draught, etc. of vessel
10.Provisions as to damage
11.Obstruction of officers, etc.
12.Boarding of vessels
14.Licensing of tugs
15.Power to appropriate parts of the harbour, etc.
16.Power to lay down moorings
17.Licensing of moorings
18.Offences as to moorings, etc.
Directions to vessels
19.General directions to vessels
20.Publication of general directions
21.Special directions to vessels
22.Failure to comply with directions
23.Enforcement of special directions
24.Master’s responsibility in relation to directions
25.Removal of obstructions other than vessels, vehicles or wreck
26.Removal of vehicles
27.Power to remove goods
28.Powers to make byelaws, etc.
PART III CONTROL OF WORKS, DREDGING, ETC.
29.Restriction of works and dredging
30.Licensing of works
31.Licensing of dredging
32.Appeals in respect of works or dredging licences
33.Repair of structures, etc.
PART IV FACILITIES AND SERVICES, ETC.
34.Power to provide warehouses and other facilities
35.Power to provide parking places
36.Provision of vessels
37.Power to hire out plant, etc.
38.Provision of supplies
PART V CHARGES
39.Charges other than ship, passenger and goods dues
40.Liability for charges
41.Power to grant exemptions, rebates, etc., in respect of charges
42.Account of goods
43.Recovery of charges by seizure, etc.
44.Security for charges
45.Liens for charges
46.Refusal of customs clearance
47.Refusal to pay charges for landing place, etc.
48.Exemptions from charges
49.Conditions as to payment of charges
PART VI MISCELLANEOUS
52.Power to lease harbour land and enter into agreements
53.Saving for certain enactments, etc.
54.Saving for town and country planning
55.Saving for Commissioners of Northern Lighthouses
PURPOSES FOR WHICH BYELAWS MAY BE MADE