CHAPTER 173
FERRIES ACT

[SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION]

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

   DIRECTIONS

      The Distance upon either side of the Mara Bay Ferry

   NOTICES

      The Declaration of Public Ferries

   ORDERS

      The Kikongo-Busisi Ferry Order

      The Ndundu Ferry Order

   REGULATIONS

      The Ifema Ferry Regulations

      The Kigongoni Ferry Regulations

      The Kikongo-Busisi Ferry Regulations

      The Kilindi Ferry Regulations

      The Kilombero Ferry Regulations

      The Kirumi (Mara River) Ferry Regulations

      The Kisauke Ferry Regulations

      The Kome Ferry Regulations

      The Kyaka Ferry Regulations

      The Mafia Ferry Regulations

      The Magogoni Ferry Regulations

      The Malagarasi Ferry Regulations

      The Mara Bay Ferry Regulations

      The Msanga Mkuu Ferry Regulations

      The Mumwendo Ferry Regulations

      The Murongo Ferry Regulations

      The Ndundu Ferry Regulations

      The Nyera Ferry Regulations

      The Pangani Ferry Regulations

      The Rugezi Ferry Regulations

      The Utete Ferry Regulations

      The Uvinza Ferry Regulations

DIRECTIONS

THE DISTANCE UPON EITHER SIDE OF THE MARA BAY FERRY

(Section 12)

G.N. No. 124 of 1934

   It is hereby declared that the distance upon either side of the Mara Bay Ferry within which no person shall establish or maintain a ferry shall be ten miles.

NOTICES

(Section 2)

THE DECLARATION OF PUBLIC FERRIES

   The following have been declared to be public ferries for the purposes of the Ferries Act:

IFEMA

   The passage over the Mnyera River at Ifema on the Malinyi-Utengule Road, to be known as the Ifema Ferry.

KIGONGONI

   The passage over the Ruvu River at Kigongoni on the Bagamoyo-Msata Road, to be known as the Kigongoni Ferry.

KIKONGO-BUSISI

   The passage over Smith Sound on the Biharamulo-Usagara Road, to be known as the Kikongo-Busisi Ferry.

KILINDI

   The passage over the Rufiji River on the main Ndundu-Mohoro Road, to be known as the Kilindi Ferry.

KILOMBERO

   The passage over the Kilombero River on the main Ifakara-Mahenge Road, to be known as the Kilombero Ferry.

KIRUMI (MARA RIVER)

   The passage over the Mara River on the new Musoma-Tarime Road via Kirumi to be known as the Kirumi (Mara River) Ferry.

KISAUKE

   The passage over the Wami River on the Bagamoyo-Pangani Road, to be known as the Kisauke Ferry.

LINDI-KITUNDA

   The passage over the Port of Lindi between the beach adjoining the south side of the Lindi Customs Dhow Shed and the beach at Kikwetu Pier, to be known as the Lindi-Kitunda Ferry.

MAGOGONI

   The passage over the entrance to the Harbour of Dar es Salaam, that is to say from Kivukoni Front to East Ferry Point (commonly known as the "Magogoni Ferry").

MALAGARASI

   The passage over the Malagarasi River on the main Kasulu-Nyakanazi Road, to be known as the Malagarasi Ferry.

MARA BAY

   The passage over the estuary of the Mara River from Musoma to Kinessi to be known as the Mara Bay Ferry.

MUMWENDO

   The passage over the Ruvuvu River on the main Lusahunga-Ngara Road, to be known as the Mumwendo Ferry.

MURONGO

   The passage over the Kagera River near Murongo on the main road from Bugene to Mbarara, to be known as the Murongo Ferry.

NDUNDU

   The passage over the Rufiji River on the Dar es Salaam-Lindi Road, to be known as the Ndundu Ferry.

NYANTUKUZA

   The passage over the southernmost reach of Smith Sound between Ihalele in the Burima Chiefdom of the Mwanza District and Nyantukuza in the Geita District, to be known as Nyantukuza Ferry.

NYERA

   The passage over the Rufiji River on the Rusende-Nyera-Mtanza Road, to be known as the Nyera Ferry.

PANGANI

   The passage over the Pangani River estuary on the main Pangani-Mwera Road, to be known as the Pangani Ferry.

RUGEZI

   The passage over Lake Victoria between the island of Ukerewe Chiefdom and the mainland division of the Ukerewe Chiefdom on the Nansio-Kibara Road, to be known as the Rugezi Ferry.

RUVU

   The passage over the Ruvu River on the main Dar es Salaam-Morogoro Road, to be known as the Ruvu Public Ferry.

UTETE

   The passage over the Rufiji River on the main Dar es Salaam-Utete Road, to be known as the Utete Ferry.

UVINZA

   The passage over the Malagarasi River on the main Kasulu-Mpanda Road near Uvinza to be known as the Uvinza Ferry.

ORDERS

THE KIKONGO-BUSISI FERRY ORDER

(Section 15)

G.N. No. 228 of 1959

   1. This Order may be cited as the Kikongo-Busisi Ferry Order.

   2. The Kikongo-Busisi Ferry Regulations shall apply to the conveyance of passengers or cargo of any description over the Kikongo-Busisi Ferry by the service maintained by the Government.

THE NDUNDU FERRY ORDER

G.N. No. 341 of 1959

   1. This Order may be cited as the Ndundu Ferry Order.

   2. The Ndundu Ferry Regulations * shall apply to the conveyance of passengers or cargo of any description over the Ndundu Ferry by the service maintained by the Government.

REGULATIONS

THE IFEMA FERRY REGULATIONS

(Sections 11 and 15)

G.N. No. 459 of 1955

   1. These Regulations may be cited as the Ifema Ferry Regulations.

   2. In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires–

   "administration" means the District Commissioner of Mahenge, or the officer acting on his behalf;

   "collector" means the member of the crew of the pontoon appointed by the administration to collect toll fees;

   "toll fees" means the fees set out in the Schedule to these Regulations.

   3. The ferry services shall be operated by the administration by means of canoe pontoons propelled by hand.

   4. The ferry services shall be operated daily throughout the year except when in the opinion of the administration it would be unsafe to do so and shall make crossings of the Mnyera River as and when required, beginning at 6.30 a.m. and ending at 6.30 p.m.:

   Provided that the collector may make additional crossings outside these hours as and when directed by the administration.

   5. (1) The pontoons while under way shall at all times be under the charge and control of the collector or, if present, the administration.

   (2) All passengers and all animals, vehicles and other cargo shall be taken on or landed at the ramps provided for that purpose.

   6. The maximum load which each pontoon may carry shall be seven tons total weight inclusive of motor vehicle, loads, animals and passengers and for the purpose of these Regulations each passenger shall be the equivalent of one hundred and fifty pounds of load.

   7. If a passenger, with intent to defraud the administration–

   (a)   refuses to pay the prescribed toll fee; or

   (b)   leaves or attempts to leave the ferry without paying the prescribed toll fee,

he commits an offence under these Regulations and upon conviction is liable to pay a fine of one hundred shillings.

   8. Any person who–

   (a)   wilfully obstructs the collector or other person employed to work the pontoon in the execution of his duties; or

   (b)   behaves, while on the pontoon, in the opinion of the collector, in an insulting or indecent manner towards any member of the crew or any passenger, or commits any nuisance or uses obscene or abusive language; or

   (c)   boards the pontoon after being warned by the collector that it already contains its maximum load; or

   (d)   boards the pontoon in an unsafe or dangerous manner or causes damage to pontoon or attachments,

commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable upon conviction to a fine of one hundred shillings, and, it shall be lawful for the collector of the administration or a Police Officer forcibly to remove such person from the pontoon.

   9. Any person who uses or attempts to use the pontoon or ancillary canoe without the permission of the collector or in the absence of the collector or during the hours of darkness commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable upon conviction to a fine of one thousand shillings.

   10. The collector may refuse to allow to board the pontoon any vehicle, animal or person which, in his opinion, may endanger safety during the act of boarding or disembarking or during carriage.

   11. The prescribed toll fees shall be payable on demand to the collectors, and it shall be lawful for the collectors to refuse to carry on the pontoons any person or animal, vehicle or other property of any person unless such person shall have paid the appropriate toll fee before embarking his animal, vehicle or other property on the pontoons.

   12. Except in cases mentioned in regulations 8, 10 and 11, the collector may not refuse to accept any passenger or cargo of the kind specified in the Schedule.

   13. The collector shall be responsible for the regularity of the service and the control of traffic embarking therein or disembarking therefrom, and every passenger on the pontoons shall obey all such reasonable directions as the collectors may think fit to give.

   14. The administration may at any time suspend the service of the ferry for any reason which may appear to render this course necessary or desirable.

   15. The toll fees specified in the Schedule shall be exhibited in a conspicuous place on the ferry landing.

SCHEDULE
TOLL FEES

Shs.

Cts.

   1.   Passengers ..........................................................................

0

05

   2.   Loads over 50 lb. ..................................................................

0

05

   3.   Cattle and donkeys, each ......................................................

0

50

   4.   Sheep and goats, each .........................................................

0

05

   5.   Bicycles ..............................................................................

0

05

   6.   Motor bicycles and hand-carts, each ......................................

0

50

   7.   Motor car and driver ..............................................................

1

00

   8.   Motor omnibuses, other vehicles not included in 6 and 7 above, motor lorries with a carrying capacity not exceeding 5 tons, each vehicle ................................................................................

2

00

   9.   Motor lorries with a carrying capacity exceeding 5 tons, each vehicle ................................................................................


3


00

THE KIGONGONI FERRY REGULATIONS

G.Ns. Nos.
37 of 1955
322 of 1956

   1. These Regulations may be cited as the Kigongoni Ferry Regulations.

   2. In these Regulations, unless the context requires otherwise–

   "administration" means the District Commissioner of Bagamoyo, or the officer acting on his behalf;

   "collector" means the member of the crew of the pontoon appointed by the administration to collect toll fees;

   "toll fees" means the fees set out in the Schedule to these Regulations.

   3. The ferry services shall be operated by the administration by means of pontoons attached by pulley to cables stretching from bank to bank.

   4. The ferry services shall be operated daily throughout the year except when in the opinion of the administration it would be unsafe to do so and shall make crossings of the Ruvu as and when required beginning at sunrise and ending at sunset:

   Provided that the collectors may make additional crossings outside these hours as and when directed by the administration.

   5. (1) The pontoons while under way shall at all times be under the charge and control of collectors or, if present, the administration.

   (2) All passengers and all animals, vehicles and other cargo shall be taken on or landed at the ramps provided for that purpose.

   6. The maximum load which each pontoon may carry shall be ten tons total weight inclusive of motor vehicle, loads, animals and passengers and for the purpose of these Regulations each passenger shall be the equivalent of one hundred and fifty pounds of load.

   7. If a passenger, with intent to defraud the administration–

   (a)   refuses to pay the prescribed toll fee; or

   (b)   leaves or attempts to leave the ferry without paying the prescribed toll fee,

he commits an offence under these Regulations and upon conviction is liable to pay a fine of one hundred shillings.

   8. Any person who–

   (a)   wilfully obstructs the collector or other person employed to work the pontoon in the execution of his duties; or

   (b)   behaves, while on the pontoon, in the opinion of the collector, in an insulting or indecent manner towards any member of the crew or any passenger, or commits any nuisance or uses obscene or abusive language; or

   (c)   boards the pontoon after being warned by the collector that it already contains its maximum load; or

   (d)   boards the pontoon in an unsafe or dangerous manner or causes damage to the pontoon or attachments,

commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable upon conviction to a fine of one hundred shillings, and it shall be lawful for the collector or the administration or a Police Officer forcibly to remove such person from the pontoon.

   9. Any person who uses or attempts to use the pontoon or ancillary canoe without the permission of the collector or in the absence of the collector or during the hours of darkness commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable upon conviction to a fine of one thousand shillings.

   10. The collector may refuse to allow to board the pontoon any vehicle, animal or person which, in his opinion, may endanger safety during the act of boarding or disembarking or during carriage.

   11. The prescribed toll fees shall be payable on demand to the collectors, and it shall be lawful for the collectors to refuse to carry on the pontoons any person or animal, vehicle or other property of any person unless such person shall have paid the appropriate toll fee before embarking his animal, vehicle or other property on the pontoons.

   12. Except in the cases mentioned in regulations 8, 10 and 11, the collectors may not refuse to accept any passenger or cargo of the kind specified in the Schedule.

   13. The collectors shall be responsible for the regularity of the service and the control of traffic embarking therein or disembarking therefrom, and every passenger on the pontoons shall obey all such reasonable directions as the collectors may think fit to give.

   14. The administration may at any time suspend the service of the ferry for any reason which may appear to render this course necessary or desirable.

   15. The toll fees specified in the Schedule shall be exhibited in a conspicuous place on the ferry landing.

SCHEDULE
TOLL FEES

Shs.

Cts.

   1.   Passengers ..........................................................................

0

05

   2.   Loads over 50 lb. ...................................................................

0

05

   3.   Cattle and donkeys, each ......................................................

0

50

   4.   Sheep and goats, each .........................................................

0

05

   5.   Bicycles ..............................................................................

0

05

   6.   Motor bicycles and hand-carts ...............................................

0

50

   7.   Motor car and driver ..............................................................

1

00

   8.   Motor omnibuses, other vehicles not included in 6 and 7 and motor lorries with a carrying capacity not exceeding 5 tons ......


2


00

   9.   Motor lorries with a carrying capacity exceeding 5 tons ............

3

00

THE KIKONGO-BUSISI FERRY REGULATIONS

G.Ns. Nos.
223 of 1959
265 of 1994

   1. These Regulations may be cited as the Kikongo-Busisi Ferry Regulations.

   2. In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires–

   "administration" means the Regional Engineer of Mwanza, or the officer acting on his behalf;

   "collector" means the member of the crew appointed by the administration to collect toll fees;

   "Nahodha" means the person appointed by the administration to be in charge of the ferry;

   "toll fees" means the fees set out in the Schedule to these Regulations.

   3. The ferry services shall be operated by means of a self-propelled steel pontoon, or by a steel pontoon towed by a motor vessel.

   4. The ferry services shall be operated daily throughout the year, except when in the opinion of the administration it would be unsafe to do so, and shall make crossings of Smith Sound between Busisi and Kikongo at the times set out in the timetable drawn up by the administration, beginning at 7 a.m. and terminating at 7 p.m.:

   Provided that the Nahodha shall make additional crossings outside these hours as and when directed by the administration.

   5. (1) Every ferry craft while under way shall at all times be under the charge and control of the Nahodha.

   (2) In addition to the Nahodha each ferry craft shall carry the minimum crew laid down by the administration for that type of craft.

   6. The ferry shall take on and land all passengers, cargo and livestock only at landing places and at landing ramps approved by the administration for that purpose.

   7. (1) The maximum load which the ferry may carry shall be–

   (a)   23½ tons when the self-propelled craft is in operation with a maximum axle load of 8 tons;

   (b)   10 tons when the dumb pontoon is in operation.

   (2) For the purpose of these Regulations a loaded 5-ton motor lorry shall be deemed to be the equivalent of 7.8 tons and each passenger shall be deemed to be equivalent of one hundred and fifty pounds of load.

   8. The ferry craft in use shall be kept clean, seaworthy and in good repair.

   9. (1) The maximum number of passengers and vehicles which each ferry craft is permitted to carry shall be displayed conspicuously in English and Kiswahili at both ferry landings and on board the ferry craft.

   (2) Each ferry craft shall be equipped with such life saving apparatus and fire extinguishing appliances as shall be considered necessary by the administration and such apparatus and appliances shall be kept so as to be at all times fit and ready for use.

   10. Any person who–

   (a)   wilfully obstructs the Nahodha, collector or other person employed to work the pontoon in the execution of his duties; or

   (b)   boards the pontoon after being warned by the Nahodha that it already contains its maximum load; or

   (c)   boards the pontoon in an unsafe or dangerous manner or causes damage to the pontoon or attachments,

commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable upon conviction to a fine not exceeding five hundred shillings, and it shall be lawful for the Nahodha or the collector or the administration or a Police Officer forcibly to remove such person from the pontoon.

   11. The Nahodha may refuse to allow to board the pontoon any vehicle, animal or person which, in his opinion, may endanger safety during the act of boarding or disembarking or during carriage.

   12. The toll fees specified in the Schedule shall be payable on demand to the collector, and it shall be lawful for the collector to refuse to carry on the pontoons any person or animal, vehicle or other property of any person unless such person shall have paid the appropriate toll fee before embarking his animal, vehicle or other property on such pontoon.

   13. Except in the cases mentioned in regulations 10 and 11 the Nahodha may not refuse to accept any passengers or cargo of the kind specified in the Schedule.

   14. The Nahodha shall be responsible for the regularity of the service and the control of traffic embarking thereon or disembarking therefrom, and every passenger on a pontoon shall obey all such reasonable directions as the Nahodha may think fit to give.

   15. The administration may at any time suspend the service of the ferry for any reason which may appear to it to render this course necessary or desirable.

   16. A notice shall be exhibited in a conspicuous place on both ferry landings stating the toll fees specified in the Schedule and that an official printed and numbered fixed fee receipt must be obtained for any ferry fees paid to the collector.

SCHEDULE
TOLL FEES

Shs.

Cts.

   1.   Passengers:

      (a)   Children ........................................................................

20

00

      (b)   Adults ...........................................................................

50

00

   2.   Bicycles, motor cycles ............................................................

70

00

   3.   Cattle/carts ...........................................................................

150

00

   4.   Saloon car ............................................................................

1,000

00

   5.   Pick ups not exceeding 2 tons, micro-bus up 15 passengers .....

2,000

00

   6.   Lorries exceeding 7 tons, Bus up to 45 passengers,
tractor, trailer ........................................................................

2
2,000

00
00

   7.   Lorries not less than 8 tons and not exceeding 15 tons, Bus
exceeding 45 passengers ..............................................................

2,500

00

   8.   Lorries exceeding 15 tons ......................................................

3,500

00

   9.   Truck or trailer .......................................................................

7,000

00

   10.   Heavy Duty Plant/Machinery .................................................

7,000

00

   11.   Loads up to 50 kilograms .......................................................

50

00

THE KILINDI FERRY REGULATIONS

G.Ns. Nos.
207 of 1955
10 of 1956

   1. These Regulations may be cited as the Kilindi Ferry Regulations.

   2. In these Regulations unless the context otherwise requires–

   "administration" means the Divisional Engineer, Dar es Salaam, or the officer acting on his behalf;

   "collector" means the member of the crew of the pontoon appointed by the administration to collect toll fees;

   "toll fees" means the fees set out in the Schedule hereto.

   3. The ferry services shall be operated by the administration by means of pontoons attached by pulley to cables stretching from bank to bank.

   4. The ferry services shall be operated daily throughout the year except when in the opinion of the administration it would be unsafe to do so and shall make crossings of the Rufiji as and when required, beginning at 6.30 a.m. and ending at sunset:

   Provided that the collectors may make additional crossings outside these hours as and when directed by the administration.

   5. (1) The pontoons while under way shall at all times be under the charge and control of collectors or, if present, the administration.

   (2) All passengers and all animals, vehicles and other cargo shall be taken on or landed at the ramps provided for that purpose.

   6. The maximum load which each pontoon may carry shall be five tons total weight inclusive of motor vehicles, loads, animals and passengers. For the purpose of these Regulations each passenger shall be the equivalent of one hundred and fifty pounds of load.

   7. If a person in charge of a motor vehicle, with intent to defraud the administration–

   (a)   refuses to pay the prescribed toll fee; or

   (b)   leaves or attempts to leave the ferry without paying the prescribed toll fee,

he commits an offence under these Regulations and upon conviction is liable to pay a fine of one hundred shillings.

   8. Any person who–

   (a)   wilfully obstructs the collector or other person employed to work the pontoon in the execution of his duties; or

   (b)   behaves, while on the pontoon, in the opinion of the collector, in an insulting or indecent manner towards any member of the crew or any passenger or commits any nuisance or uses obscene or abusive language; or

   (c)   boards the pontoon after being warned by the collector that it already contains its maximum load; or

   (d)   boards the pontoon in an unsafe or dangerous manner or causes damage to the pontoon or attachments,

commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable on conviction to a fine of one hundred shillings, and it shall be lawful for the collector, the administration or a Police Officer forcibly to remove such person from the pontoon.

   9. Any person who uses or attempts to use the pontoon or ancillary canoe without the permission of the collector or in the absence of the collector or during the hours of darkness commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable upon conviction to a fine of one thousand shillings.

   10. The collector may refuse to allow to board the pontoon any vehicle, animal or person which, in his opinion, may endanger safety during the act of boarding or disembarking or during carriage.

   11. The prescribed toll fee shall be payable on demand to the collectors, and it shall be lawful for the collectors to refuse to carry on the pontoons any motor vehicle unless the person in charge of the said vehicle shall have paid the appropriate toll fee before embarking his vehicle on the pontoons.

   12. Except in the cases mentioned in regulations 8, 10 and 11, the collectors may not refuse to accept any passenger or cargo.

   13. The collectors shall be responsible for the regularity of the service and the control of traffic embarking therein or disembarking therefrom, and every passenger on the pontoons shall obey all such reasonable directions as the collectors may think fit to give.

   14. The administration may at any time suspend the service of the ferry for any reason which may appear to render this course necessary or desirable.

   15. The toll fees specified in the Schedule shall be exhibited in a conspicuous place on the ferry landing.

SCHEDULE
TOLL FEES

Shs.

Cts.

Motor vehicles ....................................................................................

5

00

THE KILOMBERO FERRY REGULATIONS

G.Ns. Nos.
105 of 1955
245 of 1955
271 of 1955
228 of 1994

   1. These Regulations may be cited as the Kilombero Ferry Regulations.

   2. In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires–

   "administration" means the Regional Engineer, Morogoro, or the officer acting on his behalf;

   "collector" means the member of the crew of the pontoon appointed by the administration to collect toll fees;

   "toll fees" means the fees set out in the Schedule hereto.

   3. The ferry services shall be operated by the administration by means of pontoons attached by pulley to cables stretching from bank to bank.

   4. The ferry services shall be operated daily throughout the year except when in the opinion of the administration it would be unsafe to do so and shall make crossings of the Kilombero as and when required beginning at 6.30 a.m. and ending at 6.30 p.m.:

   Provided that the collectors may make additional crossings outside these hours as and when directed by the administration.

   5. (1) The pontoons while under way shall at all times be under the charge and control of collectors or, if present, the administration.

   (2) All passengers and all animals, vehicles and other cargo shall be taken on or landed at the ramps provided for that purpose.

   6. The maximum load which each pontoon may carry shall be ten tons total weight inclusive of motor vehicle, loads, animals and passengers. For the purpose of these Regulations each passenger shall be the equivalent of one hundred and fifty pounds of load.

   7. If a passenger, with intent to defraud the administration–

   (a)   refuses to pay the prescribed toll fee; or

   (b)   leaves or attempts to leave the ferry without paying the prescribed toll fee,

he commits an offence under these Regulations and upon conviction shall be liable to pay a fine of one hundred shillings.

   8. Any person who–

   (a)   wilfully obstructs the collector or other person employed to work the pontoon in the execution of his duties; or

   (b)   behaves, while on the pontoon, in the opinion of the collector, in an insulting or indecent manner towards any member of the crew or any passenger, or commits any nuisance or uses obscene or abusive language; or

   (c)   boards the pontoon after being warned by the collector that it already contains its maximum load; or

   (d)   boards the pontoon in an unsafe or dangerous manner or causes damage to the pontoon or attachments,

commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable upon conviction to a fine of one hundred shillings, and it shall be lawful for the collector or the administration or a Police Officer forcibly to remove such person from the pontoon.

   9. Any person who uses or attempts to use the pontoon or ancillary canoe without the permission of the collector or in the absence of the collector or during the hours of darkness commits an offence under these Regulations and is liable on conviction to a fine of one thousand shillings.

   10. The collector may refuse to allow to board the pontoon any vehicle, animal or person which, in his opinion, may endanger safety during the act of boarding or disembarking or during carriage.

   11. The prescribed toll fees shall be payable on demand to the collectors, and it shall be lawful for the collectors to refuse to carry on the pontoons any person or animal, vehicle or other property of any person unless such person shall have paid the appropriate toll fee before embarking his animal, vehicle or other property on the pontoons.

   12. Except in the cases mentioned in regulations 8, 10 and 11, the collectors may not refuse to accept any passenger or cargo of the kind specified in the Schedule.

   13. The collectors shall be responsible for the regularity of the service and the control of traffic embarking therein or disembarking therefrom, and every passenger on the pontoons shall obey all such reasonable directions as the collectors may think fit to give.

   14. The administration may at any time suspend the service of the ferry for any reason which may appear to render this course necessary or desirable.

   15. The toll fees specified in the Schedule shall be exhibited in a conspicuous place on the ferry landing.

SCHEDULE
TOLL FEES

Shs.

Cts.

   1.   Passengers:

      (a)   Children ......................................................................

20

00

      (b)   Adults .........................................................................

50

00

   2.   Bicycles, Motorcycles ..........................................................

70

00

   3.   Cattle/carts .........................................................................

150

00

   4.   Saloon car ...........................................................................

200

00

   5.   Pick ups not exceeding 2 tons, micro-bus up to 15 passengers

400

00

   6.   Lorries exceeding 7 tons, bus up to 45 passengers, Agricultural and tractor, trailer ..........................................................


1,000


00

   7.   Lorries not less than 8 tons and not exceeding 15 tons,
Bus up to 45 passengers .....................................................

1,500
1,500

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