Western Australian Repealed Regulations

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This legislation has been repealed.


222 .         Stock vessels to clean up

        (1)         Every vessel that has discharged its consignment of live stock, in accordance with regulation 221, shall thereupon be removed to the ballast ground and there be cleaned.

        (2)         Refuse of any kind shall not be put overboard into the waters of the Harbour, except within the limits of the ballast ground.

        (3)         Notwithstanding any other provision of this regulation, the Wharf Manager may permit a vessel to clean her cattle decks at a wharf or jetty, if: — 

            (a)         that work is commenced immediately the livestock is landed and is carried on rapidly and continuously, until completed;

            (b)         all refuse is put into barges, in such manner that none is permitted to find its way into the waters of the Harbour; and

            (c)         every barge containing refuse is, when filled, forthwith taken to a situation outside the Harbour indicated by the Harbour Master and there unloaded and cleaned.

        (4)         Where a vessel is permitted to be cleaned under the provisions of subregulation (3), the master or other person in charge of that work shall comply with every condition imposed by that subregulation; and nothing in the subregulation relieves a person of the requirement of complying with the provisions of the Health Act 1911 and any regulations made thereunder.

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