1 Short Title [Repealed]
2 Interpretation [Repealed]
Constitution of Board.
3 Board constituted [Repealed]
4 Elective members [Repealed]
5 Appointed members [Repealed]
6 Election of Board [Repealed]
7 Vacancies [Repealed]
8 How filled up [Repealed]
9 In default of members being elected, Governor may appoint persons to fill vacancies [Repealed]
10 Election of Chairman [Repealed]
11 Annual meetings to be held [Repealed]
Incorporation of Board.
12 Board incorporated under the name of The Timaru Harbour Board [Repealed]
13 Board may appoint Secretary and other officers [Repealed]
14 Board may make by-laws [Repealed]
15 Disallowance of by-laws [Repealed]
16 Moneys comprising Harbour Fund [Repealed]
17 Disposal of moneys comprising Harbour Fund [Repealed]
Harbour improvement rate—exemptions.
18 Board may make regulations respecting tonnage dues, etc [Repealed]
19 Goods not to be removed until dues thereon are paid [Repealed]
20 Vessels and goods the property of the Crown or Government exempt from tolls and dues [Repealed]
21 Steamers carrying mails exempt from certain dues [Repealed]
Powers of Board.
22 Board may enter into contracts for certain works [Repealed]
23 Contract exceeding twenty pounds to be made only after public tender [Repealed]
24 Power to compound for breach of contracts [Repealed]
(2) Letting lands.
25 Board may lease lands [Repealed]
(3) Harbour works.
26 Reclamation works [Repealed]
27 Breakwaters, docks, etc [Repealed]
28 No contract for construction of breakwater to be undertaken until plans approved by commission [Repealed]
29 Powers of Superintendent under sections 30, 31, and 32 of Marine Act 1867, vested in Board [Repealed]
30 Certain provisions of Marine Act 1867, and Harbour Works Act 1874, to apply [Repealed]
Accounts and audit.
31 Board to keep books of account [Repealed]
32 Accounts to be balanced, and statement of accounts to be prepared [Repealed]
33 Such statement to be laid before Auditors [Repealed]
34 Statement to be printed and left open for inspection [Repealed]
35 Accounts to be finally settled at annual meeting [Repealed]
36 Governor may appoint Auditors [Repealed]
37 Lands in Schedule to be vested in Board [Repealed]
38 Existing appropriations made by Provincial Government, and Timaru and Gladstone Board of Works Act 1867, to be disposed of as Board may determine [Repealed]
39 Penalties, etc, how recovered [Repealed]
40 Board to be deemed a Harbour Board under Harbour Boards Act 1870. [Repealed]
41 Production of Gazette to be prima facie evidence of validity of by-laws or regulations [Repealed]
An Act to constitute a Harbour Board for the Port of Timaru.
BE IT ENACTED by the General Assembly of New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—
Sections 1 to 27 were repealed, as from 1 January 1879, by section 3 Harbours Act 1878 (1878 No 35).
Section 6 was repealed, as from 1 January 1879, by section 3 Harbours Act 1878 (1878 No 35).
Section 28 was repealed, as from 31 October 1936, by section 44 Local Legislation Act 1936 (1936 No 54).
Sections 28 to 37 were repealed, as from 1 January 1879, by section 3 Harbours Act 1878 (1878 No 35).
The expressions “two hundred thousand dollars”, “twelve thousand and forty one dollars and thirty one and two thirds cents” and “sixteen thousand dollars” were substituted, as from 10 July 1967, for the expressions “one hundred thousand pounds”, “six thousand and twenty pounds thirteen shillings and two pence” and “eight thousand pounds” pursuant to section 7(1) Decimal Currency Act 1964 (1964 No 27).
“two hundred thousand dollars”
“twelve thousand and forty one dollars and thirty one and two thirds cents”
“sixteen thousand dollars”
“one hundred thousand pounds”
“six thousand and twenty pounds thirteen shillings and two pence”
“eight thousand pounds”
Section 38 was repealed, as from 1 July 2003, by section 266 Local Government Act 2002 (2002 No 84).
Sections 39 to 41 were repealed, as from 1 January 1879, by section 3 Harbours Act 1878 (1878 No 35).
The Schedule was repealed, as from 1 January 1879, by section 3 Harbours Act 1878 (1878 No 35).