Inspection [and detention] to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Ordinance
81. (1) The Government may, for the purpose of seeing that the provisions of this Ordinance and the rules made thereunder have been complied with, appoint such officers as it may deem fit and any officer so appointed may-
(a) go on board any inland ship at all reasonable times and inspect the same and any part thereof, or any of the machinery, equipments [, cargo and passenger] on board thereof;
(b) require and enforce the production of the certificate of registry, certificate of survey, certificate of competency, route permit, fare-table, freight-table, time-table and such other documents as he considers necessary;
(c) examine the owner or master of the ship or any other person engaged on board thereof and obtain from him statement in writing;
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[(e) inspect and examine an inland ship which is overloaded or improperly loaded.]
(2) Where any officer, after inspection and examination [under sub-section (1), section 81A or 81B,] is of opinion that an offence under this Ordinance has been committed, he may make a complaint in writing to the court competent to try such offence; and upon such complaint the Court shall take cognizance of the offence.