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    PORT AUTHORITY 1

    THE PORT AUTHORITY ACT

    ORDER (under section 3)

    The Port Authority (Declaration of Ports) Order, 1974

    VESTING ORDER (under section 5)

    L.N. 1 6 2 l 4

    DlRECrlONS (under sections 7 (1) (a))

    The Port Authority (Compulsory Towage) (Harbour of Kingston) L . N . 701~194 Directions, 1994

    BY-LAWS (under section I I)

    The Port Authority (Regulation of Cruise Ship Premises) By-Laws, 2001 L.N. 1 1 4 r n 1

    The Port Authority (Port Management and Security) By-Laws, 2009 L.N. ISlK12009

    REGULATIONS (under section 19)

    The Port Authority (Superannuation) Regulations, 2004 L.N. 94AtZCW

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  • PORT AUTHORITY

    THE POi€T AUTHORITY ACT

    ORDER (under section 3)

    (Made by the Minister on the 29th day of March, 1974) L.N. 162174

    1. This Order may be cited as the Port Authority (Declaration of Ports) Order, 1974.

    2 The harbours specified in the Schedule are hereby declared to be scbeduk. ports for the purposes of the Act.

    SCHEDULE Kingston Falmouth Port Antonio Port Morant Portland Bight Savanna-la-Mar Morant Bay Alligator Pond Black River Lucea Montego Bay Rio Bueno Discovery Bay St. Ann's Bay Ocho Rios Oracabessa Port Maria Annotto Bay Manchioneal

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  • PORT AUTHORITY

    THE PORT AUTHORITY ACT

    DIRECTIONS (under section 7 (1) (a))

    THE PORT AUTHORITY (COMPULSORY TOWAGE) (HARBOUR OF KINGSTON) DIRECTIONS, 1994

    (Made by the Authority on the 2nd day of September, 1994) L.N. 7 0 ~ ~ 1 9 4

    1. These Directions may be cited as the Port Authority (Compulsory Towage) (Harbour of Kingston) Directions, 1994.

    2.--(I) For the purposes of safe navigation, movement and berthing of vessels in the Harbour of Kingston, every person who navigztes a vessel (other than an excepted ship) in the Harbour of Kingston shall-

    (a) during such navigation use the towage services provided by the Authority; and

    (b) pay such towage fees as the Authority may determine (which fees are payable even if the services provided have not been used).

    (2) In paragraph (I) "excepted ship" has the same meaning as under the Pilotage Act.

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  • PORT AUTHORITY

    THE PORT AUTHORITY ACT

    BY-LAWS (under section I I )

    THE PORT AUTHORITY (REGULATIONS OF CRUISE SHIP PREMISES) BY-LAWS, 2001

    (Made by the Authority on the 14th day of September, 2001) L.N 134/2001

    1. These By-Laws may be cited as the Port Authority (Regulation of citation Cruise Ship Premises) By-Laws, 2001.

    2. In these By-Laws- Interpraation.

    "Port Authority premises" means all cruise ship premises vested in, owned or controlled by the Port Authority;

    "Tourist Board" means the Tourist Board established under the Tourist Board Act.

    3.-41) No person shall operate or maintain any business on Port ::-;;;;; Authority premises unless such person is the holder of a licence issued by the Pon Authority Authority for the purpose. prernixs

    (2) The Authority may in its discretion refbe to grant or renew a licence to operate any business under these By-Laws.

    4 . 4 1 ) The Authority may-

    (a) give notice in writing to a licensee suspending his licence for such period as the Authority may consider necessary or desirable; or

    (b) revoke the licence with effect from such date as the Authority specifies in the notice.

    (2) All rights and privileges enjoyed under any licence which is revoked or suspended hereunder shall cease to have effect from the date specified in the notice of revocation or suspension as the case may be, but such revocation or suspension shall not in any way affect the liability of the licensee or other person in respect of contravention of these By-Laws or breach of the terms of the licence that may have occurred prior to that revocation or suspension.

    Suspension and revocation of licences.

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  • THE PORTAUTHORITY (REGULATION O F CRUISE SHIP PREMISES) BY-LA WS. 2001

    : Tourin Board , permits to taxi and 5. No person shall on any Port Authority premises engage in activities as 1 contrsct,car a taxi operator or contract carriage operator unless- ; opaators

    (a) he is the holder of a valid permit issued by the Tourist Board or by such other body as may be approved by, the Port Authority; and

    (b) such activities are carried out in accordance with the terms and

    ! Inspectors.

    conditions of the permit,

    6.-41) The Authority may fiom time to time appoint such persons as it a'

    . . I considers suitable to be inspectors for the purposes of these B ~ - L ~ W S .

    (2) An inspector appointed under paragraph (I) may at all reason-

    I able times inspect any business being conducted on the Port Authority

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    premises to ensure that the provisions of these By-Laws are, being complied ! with.

    : Conduct and anire , _ 7. Every person entering or using the Port Authority's premises shall-

    (a) have a valid identification which is acceptable to the Authority and exhibit such 1D at the request of the ~uthority or its agents;

    (b) conduct himself in an orderly manner and shall be' decently attired.

    Entrames and exits

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    Entering Pod Authority premises.

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    ~iiections for the rotking of motor vei$+s through premlxs.

    Rules o f conduct rvhile on premixs.

    8. No person shall enter or leave any Port Authority premises otherwise than through the gates, passages or openings appointed for the purpose by the Authority.

    - 9. No person shall be on any Port Authority premises. except with the permission of an authorized officer of the Authority.

    10. Every person shall obey all directions' issued by the Authority to regulate the routing of motor vehicles or other vehicles' through the Port Authority premises.

    11. No person shall, while on Port Authority premises-

    (a) sell or distribute or expose for sale, any goods, wares, a merchandise or animal;

    (b) make, dress or paint any article or material;

    (c) use any threatening or abusive language;

    (4 conduct himself in an unseemly or disorderly manner o r in such a way as to provoke a breach of the peace;

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  • THE PORT A UTHORlTY (REGULA TlON OF CRUISE SHIP PREMISES) BY-LA WS, 2001

    (e) insult, abuse, threaten, assault or molest any employee, manager or other person lawfully on the Port Authority premises;

    u> wantonly discharge any firearm, throw or set any fireworks or throw any stone or other missile.

    12.-41) Any person who contravenes these By-Laws shall be guilty of ORe- a an offence and shall be liable on summary conviction in a Resident Magistrate's Court to a fine not exceeding Two Hundred Dollars or in default of payment thereof to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twelve months or to both such fine and imprisonment.

    (2) The Authority may exclude from the Port Authority premises for such period as it may determine, any person who breaches these By-Laws.

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  • PORT AUTHORITY

    THE PORT AUTHORITY ACT

    BY-LAWS (under section 11)

    THE PORT AUTHORITY (PORT MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY) BY-LAWS, 2009

    (Made by the Authority on the 1 71h day of December 2009) L.N. 153W2009

    Preliminary

    1. These By-Laws may be cited as the Port Authority (Port Management citation. and Security) By-Laws, 2009.

    2. These By-Laws shall apply in relation to the operations of berths, Applicationof stations and port facilities in all ports. BY-LUWS.

    3. In these By-Laws, unless the context otherwise requires- Interpraalion.

    "approved exporter" means an exporter who is designated as an approved exporter under by-law 5;

    "approved trucker" means a trucker who transports goods or equipment to or from port facilities and who is designated as an approved trucker under by-law 5;

    "cargo integrity form" means a cargo integrity form approved by the Authority for the purposes of these By-Laws;

    "ISPS Code" means the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code adopted under Chapter XI -2 of the lnternational Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), 1974, as amended from time to time and in force in Jamaica, the text of Part A thereof relating to port facility security, and extract from Part B are set out Fint Schedule, in the First Schedule;

    "container" means a large standardized, seagoing receptacle for the transportation of cargo, which receptacle can be handled as a unit;

    "equipment" includes containers and any chassis or other apparatus used therewith;

    "exporter" means any person who-

    (a) exports goods or equipment from Jamaica using port facilities; and

    (b) notifies the Authority that he intends to export goods or equipment from Jamaica using any other facilities;

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    "freight forwarder" means a freight forwarder for the export of goods or equipment from Jamaica;

    "functions" in