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3.—(1) Subject to the following provisions of this article, the Act of 1847 (except sections 6 to 13, 16 to 20, 23, 25 to 27, 31, 48 to 50, 67, 79 to 82, 84 to 90, 97 and 98 and so much of the proviso to section 83 as follows the words “the special Act”), so far as the same is applicable for the purposes of, and is not inconsistent with, the provisions of this Order, is hereby incorporated with this Order.
(2) In the Act of 1847 so incorporated –
(a)section 15 of the Act of 1847 shall have effect as if, for the words after “in default thereof” to the end of the section, there were substituted the words “shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 2 on the standard scale”;
(b)section 34 of the Act of 1847 shall have effect as if, after the word “may”, there were inserted the words “(on producing, if so required, a duly authenticated document showing his authority)”;
(c)section 63 of the Act of 1847 shall have effect as if the words “and a further sum of £1 for every hour that such vessel shall remain within the limits aforesaid, after a reasonable time for removing the same has expired after such requisition” were omitted; and
(d)section 69 of the Act of 1847 shall have effect as if for the words after “if he fails so to do” to the end of the section there were substituted the words “shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 4 on the standard scale”.
(3) In the construction of the Act of 1847 so incorporated the expression “the harbour master” means the person appointed as such by the City Council and includes his deputies and assistants appointed by the City Council, the expression “the special Act” means this Order and the expression “vessel” has the meaning assigned to it by article 2(1).
(4) For the purposes of section 83 of the Act of 1847 so incorporated, section 236 to 238 of the Local Government Act 1972(1) shall apply to this Order as if it were such an enactment as is referred to in the said section 236, and:
(a)for the purposes of the said section 236 the confirming authority for bye-laws made under the said section 83 shall be the Secretary of State for Transport; and
(b)the said section 236 shall have effect as if in its subsection (7) after the word “confirm” where it first occurs the words “with or without modification” were inserted.
(5) If the Secretary of State, on considering bye-laws relating to the Mile End Quay undertaking made by the City Council and submitted under the said section 236 as having effect in accordance with paragraph (4), proposes to make a modification which appears to him to be substantial, then –
(a)he shall inform the City Council as appropriate and require it to take any steps he considers necessary for informing persons likely to be concerned with the modification; and
(b)he shall not confirm the bye-laws until such period has elapsed as he thinks reasonable for the City Council and other persons who have been informed of the proposed modification to consider and comment on it.
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