Kaitangata Railway and Coal Company Limited Empowering Act 1875

13 Governor may make regulations
  • The Governor may, from time to time, by Proclamation to be published in the New Zealand Gazette, make alter and revoke bye-laws

    Fixing rates fares and rent, to be charged by the company for the carriage of goods and passengers, and the storage of goods in any of the company's sheds or warehouses;

    Regulating the number of trains to run each day, the time of their arrival and departure from the terminal and intermediate stations;

    Prescribing the description and quantity of rolling stock which the company shall keep on the line or lines to be specified in such bye-laws, and the state and condition in which the same shall be kept and maintained;

    Generally imposing such restrictions upon the conduct of the business and traffic of the company as may, in the opinion of the Governor, be most conducive to the public interest and welfare; and in and by any such bye-laws the Governor may affix a penalty of not exceeding two hundred dollars to the breach of any of the bye-laws so to be proclaimed as aforesaid.

    The expression two hundred dollars was substituted, as from 10 July 1967, for the expression one hundred pounds pursuant to section 7(1) Decimal Currency Act 1964 (1964 No 27).