39 Amendments of Acts consequential on sections 26 to 37.E+W+S
(1)In the definition of “inland waterway undertaking” in section 13(1) of the Transport Charges &c. (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1954, after the word “navigation” there shall be inserted the words “not navigated by sea-going ships” and after the word “water” there shall be added the words “not so navigated”.
(2)In section 12(7) of the Milford Haven Conservancy Act 1958, for the words “charges under section seven of the Transport Charges &c. (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1954” there shall be substituted the words “charges in respect of the aircraft”.
(3)For paragraph 5 of Schedule 9 to the Transport Act 1962 there shall be substituted the following paragraph :—
“5(1)The charges made by any of the Boards for the use of services or facilities provided in, or in connection with, a harbour specifed in this Schedule (other than ship, passenger and goods dues, charges for the carriage of goods or passengers on any railway, charges for the use of a railway or charges in respect of railway wagons) shall be such as may be reasonable.
(2)In this paragraph the expression “ship, passenger and goods dues” has the same meaning assigned to it by section 57(1) of the Harbours Act 1964” ;
and in paragraph 6(2) of that Schedule for the words “for which the charges are regulated by” there shall be substituted the words “specified in”.
(4)An order under section 21(8) of the M1Sea Fish Industry Act 1951 declaring that a harbour has become or has ceased to be a fishery harbour may make such provision with respect to proceedings under the provisions of this Act relating to charges at the harbour which are uncompleted when the order is made and to the effect of any order or scheme made under those provisions with respect to any such charges as [F1the Secretary of State thinks] requisite or expedient in view of the change of status of the harbour.
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