2 edition of British transport docks act, 1966, Chapter XXXI. found in the catalog.
British transport docks act, 1966, Chapter XXXI.
|LC Classifications||KD1072.A317 A3 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||77375657|
Under this category are laws like the Building and Construction Workers Act , the Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act , The Interstate Migrant Workers Act , The Dock Workers Act , The Plantation Labour Act , The Transport Workers Act, The Beedi and Cigar Workers Act , The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act. The Transport Act was an Act of Parliament in the United t other items it introduced the compulsory wearing of seat belts for front seat passengers for a trial period of three year.. The major part of the act was for re-organising the British Transport Docks Board which led to its eventual privatisation.. The Act received Royal Assent 31 July
John Hatcher, Plague, Population and the British Economy, – (London: Macmillan, ) p. 69; E. A. Wrigley and R. S. Schofield, The Population History of England, – (London: Edward Arnold, ) p. For the most comprehensive international study of urban populations, see Paul Bairoch, De Jéricho à Mexico: villes et économie dans l’histoire (Paris: Editions. Woodham Brothers Ltd is a trading business, based mainly around activities and premises located within Barry Docks, in Barry, South is noted globally for its s activity as a scrapyard (hence its colloquial name of Barry Scrapyard), where withdrawn British Railways steam locomotives were sent, from which were rescued for the developing railway preservation movement.
One of the major benefits of containerization was to remove the bottleneck in freight transport in the crucial land–sea interface. The construction of purpose-designed container terminals increased the productivity of dock labor from to 30 t per hour ().Improvement in the efficiency and speed of cargo handling allowed shipping companies to take advantage of economies of scale by . One was the British consul at Suez, who, despite the prophecies of the English Government, and the unfavourable predictions of Stephenson, was in the habit of seeing, from his office window, English ships daily passing to and fro on the great canal, by which the old roundabout route from England to India by the Cape of Good Hope was abridged by.
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An Act make further provision for regulating the employment of dock workers, including provision for compensating persons prohibited from employing, or working on their own account as, dock workers and for raising sums required for paying such compensation; to make provision for welfare amenities in ports; to confer additional powers on harbour authorities; to provide for the assumption by.
Docks and Harbours Act CHAPTER An Act make further provision for regulating the employment of dock workers, including provision for compensating persons prohibited from employing, or working on their own account as, dock workers and for raising sums required for paying such compensation; to make provision for welfare amenities in ports; to confer additional powers on harbour.
Docks and Harbours Act CH. 28 1 ELIZABETH II CHAPTER 28 An Act to make further provision for regulating the employment of dock workers, including provision for compensating persons. The best single source for the institutional history of the British transport system is, D. Aldcroft, British Transport Since (David & Charles, Newton Abbot, ).
For details of recent legislative, institutional, operational and technological developments the following journals are useful Coaching Journal Commercial Motor Containerisation International Dock & Harbour Authority Author: D.
Maltby, H. White. Everyone is going his own way separately. The British Transport Docks Board has put forward this Bill. At Newport, quite apart from the proposition put forward for this jetty, the British Transport Docks Board is proposing to spend £30, on a dredging scheme as an alternative to the Newport jetty.
My right hon. and learned Friend the Member. An Act to provide for the re-organisation of the nationalised transport undertakings now carried on under the Transport Actand for that purpose to provide for the establishment of public authorities as successors to the British Transport Commission, and for the transfer to them of undertakings, parts of undertakings, property, rights, obligations and liabilities; to repeal certain.
THE TRANSPORT ACT 1. THE NINE PARTS OF THE ACT THE Transport Bill was published late in November and received the Royal Assent on August 6, Part I sets up the bodies-Transport Commission and Execu-tives-which are to administer the new organisation, lays down their powers and duties, and establishes a machinery of consulta.
List of mentions of the Transport Act in Parliament in the period to British Transport Docks Board (Powers of Construction, Manufacture and Production) 2: New Clause.—(TRANSPORT ACT OF LOCAL APPLICATION IN CERTAIN RESPECTS.) 6: Commons:.
AN ACT TO MAKE FURTHER PROVISION IN RELATION TO TRANSPORT. [19th July, ] BE IT ENACTED BY THE OIREACHTAS AS FOLLOWS:— Definitions. 1.—In this Act— “the Act of ” means the Transport Act, ; “the Board” means Córas Iompair Éireann; “the Company” means the Fishguard and Rosslare Railways and Harbours Company.
Brighton: Streets Act c. 34; British Ships Act c. 26; Coal Loading - Newcastle and Sunderland Act c. 22; Corn Act c. 43; Counterfeiting, etc., of Gold Coin Act c. 71; Cox's Museum Act c. 41; Criminal Law Act c. 31; Customs Act c. 44 - the Tea Act; Devon (Poor Relief) Act c.
18; Devon, Shire Hall Act. The Transport Act is an Act of the Parliament of the United bed as the "most momentous piece of legislation in the field of railway law to have been enacted since the Railway and Canal Traffic Act ", it was passed by Harold Macmillan's Conservative government to dissolve the British Transport Commission (BTC), which had been established by Clement Attlee's Labour.
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"An Act to provide for the re-organisation of the nationalised transport undertakings now carried on under the Transport Actand for that purpose to provide for the establishment of public authorities as successors to the British Transport Commission, and for the transfer to them of undertakings, parts of undertakings, property, rights, obligations and liabilities; to repeal certain.
Act amended to conform with Genoa Convention as to employing children and young persons at sea (10 & 11 Geo. 5) c. 65, ss. 1, 4, 5 (2) PART I (ss. 1 - 91) Registry. Transport Act effects of privatisation of British Transport Docks Board; powers of direction over ports; Ministry of Defence concern over control of ports in times of war or national emergency.
Date: Jan 01 - Dec 31 Held by: The National Archives, Kew: Former reference in its original department: DPE 1//5 PART 1. The Australian Constitution was then passed as part of a British Act of Parliament inand took effect on 1 January A British Act was necessary because before Australia was a collection of six self‑governing British colonies and ultimate power over those colonies rested with the British Parliament.
Following World War One, attempts were made to consolidate transport infrastructure. The Ministry of Transport Act and Railways Act sought to rationalise the sector. Under government control during World War Two through the Railways Executive Committee, nationalisation occurred following the Transport Act's creation of the British Transport Commission (later replaced by the.
Transport Total Textile Steel Agricul— Construe— Persons Wage Wage Ocean Rail— Domestic Total Free Slave ture Fishing Mining tion Engaged Earners Earners Trade Vessels way Teachers Service 1, 1, 2, 1, 1, 5 6 10 11 75 1 10 1 5 40 60 5 12 40 70 3, 2, 2, 14 13 12 5 50 20 4, Transport Act Bill Files and Papers canals and long distance road haulage undertakings and to co-ordinate road passenger transport, docks and harbour undertakings with the national schemes.
The Transport Act Act of set up the British Transport Commission and provided, amongst other things, for the transfer to the Commission of.
The Transport Act (c. 49) is an Act of the Parliament of the United it the railways, long-distance road haulage and various other types of transport were acquired by the state and handed over to a new British Transport Commission for operation. The commission was responsible to the Ministry of Transport for general transport policy, which it exercised principally through.
NB. This is an INDEX- the photographs themselves are not available for viewing here. This is a cumulative index, compiled by Sue Mackay with the consent of the author Stewart Williams, of all 36 volumes of the 'Cardiff Yesterday' series, published between and Each volume contains just over photographs of Cardiff places and people, making some 7, photographs in all.Falmouth Container Terminal Act c.
xxxi; London Transport Act c. xxxii; Pier and Harbour Order (Great Yarmouth Wellington Pier) Confirmation Act c. xxxiii; Dundee Port Authority Order Confirmation Act c. xxxiv; Scottish Widows' Fund and Life Assurance Society Act c.
xxxv; British Transport Docks Act c. xxxvi.the regulation of public transport services; and to make provision for matters connected with the matters aforesaid.
[Assent 18th September, ] [Commencement1] PART I PRELIMINARY 1. This Act may be cited as the Road Traffic Act. 2. (1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — “Assistant Controller” means any Assistant.