This legislation has been repealed.
(1) In the case of an
outbreak of fire in, or on board, any vessel in the Port, it is the duty of
any person, being an officer or member of the crew or an officer or person
employed by the Port Authority and discovering the outbreak, to give an alarm
by means of the nearest electrical signal provided for that purpose and that
person shall forthwith give notice of the outbreak to the Harbour Master and
to the Wharf Manager.
(2) Any person, being
an officer or member of the crew of a vessel in, or on board of, which there
is an outbreak of fire or being an officer or other person employed by the
Port Authority, shall give such assistance in extinguishing the fire as
the Harbour Master may direct.
(3) A person shall not
break, sound or in any manner operate or interfere with any electrical or
other fire alarm on the premises of the Port Authority except in the case of
an outbreak of fire.