CHAPTER 118 - HARBOR MASTER--PORT OP LEWES
AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF A HARBOR MASTER FOR THE PORT OF LEWES AND THE LEWES AND REHOBOTH CANAL, DELAWARE.
WHEREAS, There is no Harbor Master at the Port of Lewes and for the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal, Delaware, which is an old custom at other ports for qualified and reliable persons to be appointed and act as Harbor Masters in order to protect the interest of the ports and to give assistance and advice to the Masters, Owners and Agents of all vessels who may desire same; and
WHEREAS, There are residents of Lewes, Delaware, who are well qualified to hold such a position as Harbor Master for the Port of Lewes and the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal, Delaware; now therefore
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. That a qualified resident of Lewes, Delaware, be appointed by the Governor of the State of Delaware, as Harbor Master for the Port of Lewes and the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal, Delaware, without pay or any cost whatever to the State of Delaware, for the term of six years.
Section 2. Whenever the advice or services of the said Harbor Master may be required or requested by the Master, Owner or Agent of any boat or vessel that may enter the Port of Lewes and the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal, the fee for such advice or services as the said Harbor Master may be able to give or render shall not exceed Ten Dollars ($10.00).
Approved March 29, 1935.