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5[22A. Licences.-

(1) The State Government may also, 2[if it thinks fit], grant-

(a) to a person who is in possession of a second-class master's certificate granted under section 21 or section 22, and has, by virtue of such certificate, acted as master of an inland 4[mechanically propelled vessel] having engines of forty or more nominal horse-power for a period of not less than five years, or

(b) to a person who is in possession of a first-class engine-driver's certificate granted under section 21 or section 22, or an engine-driver's 6[certificate granted or deemed to be granted under the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958)] and has, by virtue of such certificate, served as an engine-driver of an inland 1[mechanically propelled vessel] having engines of not less than seventy nominal horse-power for five years, for not less than two and a half years of which period he has been the engine-driver of such vessel within the meaning of section 26, a licence authorising such person to act as master or engineer, as the case may be, of any inland 1[mechanically propelled vessel] having engines of one hundred and seventy nominal horsepower or of such less nominal horse-power 2[as such Government] may deem fit.

(2) Any such licence shall. remain in force only for such time as the person holding the same is in possession of and entitled to a master 's or an engine-driver's certificate, as the case may be, of the nature referred to in sub-section (1): Provided that the State Government may, 3[if it thinks fit], suspend, cancel or vary the conditions of any such licence.]



Inland Vessels Act, 1917 Back




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