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Wednesday, 12 October 1910

/ n Committee(Consideration resumed from nth October,(vide page. 4339) :

Clause 202 -

The Minister may, if he is satisfied that the immediate resurvey of a steam-ship will occasion unreasonable or unnecessary expense or inconvenience, and that no danger to the ship or her crew passengers or cargo will arise from the extension, extend the time for her next resurvey, and the currency of her certificate of survey, for any period not exceeding one month.

Upon which Senator Givens had moved by way of amendment -

That the following words be added to the clause : - " Provided that no extension of the currency of the certificate shall be granted to enable the vessel to proceed to another port for the purpose of docking or repairs if proper facilities are available for such docking or repairs at any of the ports to which the vessel is usually trading.

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