The Highway Traffic Act

S.M. 1985-86, c. 3

The Highway Traffic Act

Table of Contents

1 Definitions.
APPLICATION OF ACT, ETC.
2 Application of def. "commercial truck".
(2) Exception for certain trucks.
(3) Separate roadways.
(4) Emergency vehicles.
(5) Rendering of services.
(6) Classes of licences.
3 References to Criminal Code.
4 Effect of invalidity.
PART I
REGISTRATIONS, PLATES AND PERMITS
REGISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
5 Registration of motor vehicles, etc.
(2) Registration of semi-trailers.
(3) Exemption of certain trailers.
(4) Vehicle of students.
(5) Vehicles of Department of National Defence.
(6) Registration of certain farm tractors.
(7) Application for registration.
(8) Registration card.
(9) Duplication registration cards etc.
(10) Notice of change of address.
(11) Preservation of registration card.
(12) Registration of motor vehicles registered elsewhere.
(13) Registration of snow vehicles prohibited with exceptions.
(14) Restriction on registration in certein cases.
(15) Delegation of authority to register.
(16) Payment for lost plates, etc.
(17) Proof of age.
(18) Exemption from registration fee.
(19) Proof of ownership.
(20) Refusal to register certain vehicles.
(21) Inspection of vehicles before registration.
(22) Procedure for inspection.
(23) Form of refusal to register.
(24) Appeal against refusal.
(25) Registration of vehicles for use in remote communities.
(26) Change in registration.
(27) Registration of vehicle owned by non-resident prohibited.
(28) Exception.
(29) Must be resident of province.
(30) Operation of a vehicle under transit permit.
(31) Registration of leased truck as farm truck.
(32) Submission of particulars respecting leased truck.
(33) Registration expires on expiry of lease.
(34) Substitution of leased truck.
NUMBER PLATE ON MOTOR VEHICLES
6 Number plates required.
(2) Number plates on motor vehicles.
(3) Validation stickers.
(4) Location of plates on semi-trailer.
(5) Ownership of number plates.
(6) Loss of number plates.
(7) Use of other numbers prohibited.
(8) Visibility of number plates.
(9) Confiscation for fraud.
7 Reservation of number plates.
8 Meaning of "drive-away unit".
(2) Registration of drive-away units.
(3) Form of number plates.
(4) Transferability.
TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP
9 Expiration of registration.
(2) Expiration of registration on death of owner.
(3) Termination of registration on conditional sale.
(4) Termination of registration on repossession.
(5) Refunds.
(6) Where higher fee initially paid.
(7) Limitation on refund.
(8) Assignment of number plate to spouse of deceased owner.
(9) Refund applied to premiums.
(10) Return of plates by dealers.
(11) Limitation not applicable.
(12) Return of plates on seizure.
(13) Refund to nearest dollar.
10 Transfer of plates to similar vehicles.
(2) Transfer of plates to passenger vehicle of greater weight.
(3) Transfer of plates to trailer of greater gross weight.
(4) Transfer of plates to passenger vehicle of lesser weight.
(5) Transfer of plates to smaller trailer.
(6) Fees and refunds to nearest dollar.
(7) Transfer between different kinds of motor vehicles.
(8) Temporary use of plates on newly acquired vehicle.
(9) Application for temporary P.S.V. or taxi plates.
(10) Issue of temporary permit.
(11) Particulars and place of permit.
(12) Evidence of ownership of certain newly acquired vehicle.
(13) Credit against registration fee.
(14) Refunds.
(15) Refunds, etc., to nearest dollar.
CHANGES IN VEHICLES
11 Expiration of registration in certain cases.
12 Reports as to changes in motor vehicles.
MOTOR VEHICLES OF NON-RESIDENTS
13 Operation of motor vehicles by non-residents.
(2) Report as to vehicles of non-residents.
(3) Registration of p.s.v.'s of non-residents.
(4) Business vehicles of non-residents.
(5) Reciprocal agreements.
(6) Suspension of exemption or privileges.
(7) Hearing before suspension or termination.
(8) Right to counsel.
(9) Court's decision final.
(10) Re-assessment of registration fee by registrar.
(11) Suspension or cancellation of registration.
(12) Effect of section.
REGISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES OF DEALERS AND REPAIRERS
14 Use of dealer's number plates.
(2) Use of repairer's plate.
(3) Permits for dealers' plates.
(4) Permits for repairer's plates.
(5) Registration of dealers and repairers motor vehicles.
(6) Restriction on use of dealer's plate.
IN TRANSIT MARKERS
15 "In transit" markers.
(2) Display on vehicle.
(3) Transit permits.
INTERIM REGISTRATION STICKERS
16 Interim registration.
(2) Issue of interim stickers.
(3) Interim registration to be issued to certain persons only.
(4) Form of stickers.
(5) Limitation on issue of interim registration certificates.
(6) Conditions of issue.
17 Temporary registration.
18 Single trip permits.
DEALER'S PERMITS AND OTHER PERMITS
RENTING OF MOTOR VEHICLES
19 Permits for dealers and wreckers.
(2) Permits for salesmen.
(3) Notice of termination of employment.
(4) Conditions attached to permits.
(5) Refusal of permit.
(6) Display of permit.
(7) Investigation of premises.
(8) Form of refusal of permit.
(9) Appeal against refusal.
(10) Offence and penalty.
20 Condition of vehicle delivered.
(2) Certificate of condition.
(3) Offence.
(4) Production of certificate on registration.
(5) Certificate of mechanic.
(6) Certificate to be appended to dealer's certificate.
(7) Certificate under sec. 327.
(8) Wreckers selling whole vehicles.
(9) Regulations.
(10) Offence.
(11) Application of subsections (1) to (7).
RETURNS AND REPORTS BY DEALERS AND WRECKERS
21 Records of dealers and wreckers.
(2) Returns by dealers and wreckers.
(3) Delay in wrecking vehicles.
(4) Report as to defaced identifying marks.
(5) Report on stored vehicles.
(6) Investigation of premises.
(7) Onus of proof.
(8) Limitation not applicable.
RENTING MOTOR VEHICLES
22 Record of motor vehicles rented.
23 Municipal licence for liveries, etc.
(2) Regulation of livery and taxicab business.
(3) Undertakings by insurers.
PART II
LICENSING OF DRIVERS
24 Driver's licence required.
(2) Motorcycle operator's licence.
(3) Licence required to operate moped.
(4) Licence required to operate mobility vehicle.
(5) Inclusion of motorcycle operator's licence.
(6) Restricted licences.
(7) Probationary licences.
(8) Endorsement of restrictions.
(9) Restrictions on issue of licence.
(10) Form of refusal of licence.
(11) Appeal against refusal.
(12) Temporary validity of licence from outside province.
(13) Cancellation of probationary licence.
25 Issuance of learner's licence to person under 16.
(2) Designation of areas by L.G. in C.
(3) Learner to be accompanied by instructor, parent or guardian.
INSTRUCTION PERMITS
26 Issue of instruction permit.
(2) Renewal of motorcycle, mobility vehicle or moped instruction permit.
(3) Condition of learner's licence and instruction permit.
(4) Further restrictions.
(5) Compliance with conditions.
APPLICATION - REQUIREMENTS
27 Form of application for licence.
(2) Particulars of licence.
(3) Proof of age.
(4) Documents as proof of identity.
(5) Change of name or address.
(6) Declaration by applicant.
(7) Where medical report required.
(8) Refusal of licence to incompetent.
(9) Test for rejected applicant.
(10) Issuance of duplicate licence.
(11) Return of duplicate licence.
(12) Production of licence.
28 Requirement of medical report.
(2) Temporary suspension or refusal.
(3) Appeal of suspension to medical review committee.
(4) Statement of reason for temporary suspension or refusal.
(5) Cancellation of licence.
(6) Limitation on further application.
29 Fees for examination.
(2) Consent to further attempts.
(3) Restriction on issue of licences to minors.
(4) Authorized examiners.
30 Cancellation of licence issued to minor.
31 Application of subsec. (2).
(2) Examination before issue of licence.
(3) Exemption from exam.
(4) Registrar may issue licence.
(5) Refusal to issue without examination.
(6) Further examination.
(7) Temporary licence.
(8) Particulars of examination.
(9) Defensive or performance driving courses.
(10) Exemption from driving test for chauffeurs.
(11) Exemption from driving test for special employees.
(12) Issue of lower class of licences.
LICENCE PERIOD
32 Licence period.
(2) Extension of licence period.
NON-RESIDENT DRIVERS AND CHAUFFEURS
33 Driving by non-residents without licence.
(2) Delivery of licences issued outside Manitoba.
(3) Driving by students with licences from outside Manitoba.
SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION
34 Permit for driving school.
(2) Instructors to have permit.
(3) Permit required for instructors.
(4) Offence and penalty.
PART III
EQUIPMENT DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT OF VEHICLES
MINIMUM LIGHTING EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
35 Lighting equipment of vehicles.
(2) Strength of lamps.
(3) Strength of headlamps.
(4) Headlamps to comply with regulations, etc.
(5) Strength of certain rear lamps.
(6) Strength of "stop" lamps.
(7) Lamp equipment on tractors, implements of husbandry and special mobile machines.
(8) Lamps and reflectors on other vehicles.
(9) Size of reflectors.
(10) Application of clause (1)(c).
(11) When lamps required to be lighted.
(12) Lamps to be lighted during operation.
(13) Responsibility of owners.
(14) Lamps on towed equipment.
(15) Lamps on repair vehicles.
(16) Lamps on special mobile vehicles.
(17) Lamps on special government or municipal vehicles.
(18) Warning lights on farm tractors etc.
36 Lighting equipment on newer type of vehicles.
(2) Beam indicator.
(3) Intensity of headlamp of moped or mobility vehicle.
MAXIMUM LIGHTING EQUIPMENT PERMITTED
37 Parking lamps.
(2) Alternative lamps.
(3) Strength of lamps under subsec. (2).
(4) Ditch lamp.
(5) Turning signal lamps.
(6) Special permits.
(7) Special lighting for construction and repair vehicles.
(8) School bus lighting systems.
(9) When school bus lamp should not be lighted.
(10) "Back-up" lamps.
(11) Fog lamps.
(12) Use of fog lamps.
(13) Flashing emergency lamps.
(14) When emergency lamps may be operated.
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT PROHIBITED
38 Prohibited lamps.
(2) White lights on rear.
(3) Certain restrictions not applicable.
(4) Non-application of cl. (1)(d).
(5) Light on vehicles owned.
OTHER PROVISIONS RESPECTING LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
39 Compliance with conditions on permits.
(2) Saving cl. re sec. 36.
(3) Offence.
40 Procedure where lamps defective.
(2) Position of flares, etc.
(3) Flares, etc., to be carried by p.s.v.'s and trucks.
BRAKING EQUIPMENT
41 Brakes on motor vehicles.
(2) Brakes on trailers.
(3) Exemption for certain mounted sheds.
(4) Exemption for certain farm trailers.
(5) Application of brakes.
(6) Separate application of brakes.
(7) Front and rear brakes required.
(8) Power of brakes.
(9) Air brake system to be in accordance with regulations.
(10) Exception for older vehicles.
MIRROR EQUIPMENT
42 Mirror equipment.
(2) Rear view mirrors on trolley buses.
TIRE EQUIPMENT
43 Tires.
(2) Solid rubber tires.
(3) Restrictions on protuberances on tires.
(4) Regulations as to safety studs on tires.
(5) Authority to use safety studs.
WARNING DEVICE
44 Horn, and use thereof.
(2) Where sirens permitted.
45 Mufflers required.
(2) Cut-out not permitted.
SPEEDOMETER
46 Speedometers required.
(2) Odometer required.
(3) Tampering with odometer.
47 Speedometer testers.
(2) Effective tester's certificate.
(3) Testing speedometer by other means.
(4) Effect of certificate by peace officer.
SPLASHGUARDS OR FENDERS
48 Splash-guards required.
BUMPERS
49 Bumpers required.
(2) Standards of bumpers.
(3) Offence and penalty.
(4) Definitions.
PROPELLOR GUARDS ON SNOWMOBILES
50 Propellor guards required.
51 Motorcycle handlebars.
(2) Front fork.
(3) Frame.
GLASS IN WINDOWS
52 Application and definitions.
(2) Requirement for safety glass.
(3) Requirement as to new glass.
53 Windshields.
54 Spray tints on windshields prohibited.
(2) Exception.
NAME ON MOTOR VEHICLES
55 Names required on truck.
(2) Application of subsection (1).
PARTITIONS IN LIVESTOCK TRUCKS
56 Transportation of livestock.
OBSTRUCTION OF VIEW
57 Windshield wipers required.
(2) Frost shields required.
(3) Clear view for driver required.
(4) Windshield washers.
58 Permit for certain obstructions of view.
EQUIPMENT, GENERAL PROVISIONS
59 Standards required for equipment.
(2) Changing suspension system.
(3) Exception to subsection (2).
60 Equipment in good order.
PROJECTIONS FROM VEHICLES
61 Warning flag or lights for projections.
(2) Securing of loads on motor vehicles and trailers.
(3) Where load not required to be covered.
(4) Regulations for securing loads.
(5) Loading of cordwood.
(6) Cordwood loads to be properly secured.
(7) Fastening of tail-gate.
TRAILER CONNECTIONS
62 Requirements as to towing.
(2) Connections and equipment of second trailer.
(3) Where cl. (1)(c) not applicable.
TOWING AND PUSHING
63 Towing of motor vehicles.
(2) Distance between vehicle towed and towing vehicle.
64 Pushing of motor vehicles in urban areas.
(2) Exception for vehicle with disabled engine.
INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT
65 Inspection by peace officer.
(2) Co-operation by driver.
66 Removal of unsafe vehicle on order of peace officer.
(2) Removal by peace officer of unsafe vehicle.
DIMENSIONS OF VEHICLES
67 Height and weight requirements of vehicles.
(2) Allowance for rear vision mirrors.
(3) Allowance for load securing devices.
(4) Exceptions.
(5) Width of passenger cars.
(6) Loads of loose fodder.
(7) Maximum length of vehicles.
(8) Maximum length of semi-trailer trucks.
(9) Maximum length of combinations of vehicles.
(10) Exception to subsec. (9).
(11) Projections at front of vehicles.
(12) Projections from passenger vehicles.
(13) Where subsecs. (7), (8) and (9) not applicable.
WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS
68 Definitions.
(2) Vicarious responsibility.
(3) Regulations respecting maximum gross weight and dimensions.
(4) Vehicle in excess of maximum gross weight or dimensions.
(5) Non-application of certain restrictions.
(6) Restriction on the operation of certain trailers.
(7) Classification by municipality.
(8) Classification by Lieutenant Governor in Council.
(9) Municipal by-laws increasing or decreasing weight.
(10) Where section not applicable.
(11) Signs.
(12) Former class B highways reclassified.
(13) Penalty for excess weight.
(14) Calculation of overweight.
69 Tractors on bridges and culverts.
(2) Surface of bridge to be protected when tractors crossing.
70 Liability for damage by overweight motor vehicles.
71 Prohibition of certain classes of vehicles.
(2) Offence and penalty.
72 Weighing of vehicles on order of peace officer.
(2) Evidence of weight ascertained by portable scale.
(3) Alternative weighing.
(4) Limitation on certificate under subsec. (2).
(5) Prohibition against dumping in transit.
(6) Orders to unload vehicle.
(7) Removal of goods unloaded.
(8) Sale of goods unloaded.
(9) Detention of vehicle temporarily.
(10) Compliance with orders of peace officer.
(11) Actions for damages prohibited.
(12) Offence under subsec. (10).
73 Effect of certificates of inspectors.
PART IV
CONTROL OF TRAFFIC, SPEED, RULES OF THE ROAD, BICYCLES
74 Application of Part.
(2) Situs of maintenance vehicles.
75 Duty of caution.
BY PEACE OFFICER
76 Authority of peace officer to control traffic.
(2) Compliance with orders of peace officer.
BY TRAFFIC AUTHORITIES
77 Erection of traffic control devices.
(2) Restricted speed area sign for Winnipeg.
(3) Signs on designated highways.
(4) Signs in restricted speed areas.
(5) Signs affecting speed in back lanes.
(6) Fixing of lower rate of speed by traffic authority.
(7) Signs where construction work in progress.
(8) Erection of signs by contractor.
(9) Removal of signs.
(10) Definition of "flagman".
(11) Observance of flagman's directions.
78 Designation of pedestrian corridors.
79 Erection of "stop" or "arrêt" signs.
(2) Illumination of "stop" or "arrêt" signs.
(3) Traffic control devices to prohibit standing, etc.
(4) Erection of traffic control signals.
(5) Erection of other traffic control devices.
(6) Temporary traffic control devices.
(7) Four way stops.
PRESUMPTIONS
80 Presumption of proper erection of traffic control devices.
TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES
81 Approval of traffic control devices.
82 Imitative devices prohibited.
(2) Appeal against removal.
(3) Effect of order.
83 Advertising prohibited.
84 No passing zones.
(2) One-way roadways.
85 Compliance with traffic control devices.
RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF HIGHWAY
86 Restrictions on use of highways.
(2) Penalty.
(3) Penalty for exceeding weight restrictions.
(4) Signs indicating restrictions.
(5) Regulations Act not to apply.
(6) Highway traffic inspection stations.
(7) Trucks required to stop.
(8) Trucks to stop after passing sign.
(9) Co-operation by driver.
(10) Vicarious responsibility.
VEHICLES UNDER PERMIT
87 Permits to move certain vehicles and objects on highway.
(2) Imposition of conditions.
(3) Production of permit or permit number.
(4) Detention and removal of vehicles and objects.
(5) Actions Tor damages prohibited.
(6) Limited permits.
(7) Fees for permits.
(8) Offence and penalty.
TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS
88 Compliance with traffic control signals.
(2) Crossing in crosswalks.
(3) Green traffic control light at intersections.
(4) Green traffic control light not at intersections.
(5) Yellow traffic control light at intersection.
(6) Yellow traffic control light not at a controlled intersection.
(7) Red traffic control light at intersection.
(8) Red traffic control light not at intersection.
(9) Green arrow or green arrow with red light.
(10) Red flashing traffic control light at intersection.
(11) Red flashing traffic control light not at intersection.
(12) Yellow flashing traffic control light at an intersection.
(13) Yellow flashing traffic control light not at intersection.
(14) Action of pedestrian when "walk" or "traversez" is shown.
(15) "Wait" or "attendez", etc., pedestrian control signal.
(16) Right turn on red light.
(17) Flashing green arrow.
(18) Entering or crossing intersections with traffic control lights.
(19) Left turn on red light.
BY MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY
89 Certain municipal by-laws respecting motor vehicles prohibited.
90 Making of certain rules and by-laws by traffic authorities.
(2) Penalty to be imposed by by-law.
(3) Rules affecting provincial highways.
(4) Withdrawal or approval.
(5) Notice of rules.
(6) Nature of traffic control device.
(7) Compliance with rules.
(8) Supplementary rules.
(9) Powers of Minister of Highways.
(10) Application of Regulations Act.
(11) Permit to hold parades, motorcades etc., on provincial highways.
(12) Permit may be subject to terms and conditions.
91 Safety zones.
92 Closing unsafe bridges, etc.
(2) Notice of closing or restrictions.
(3) Restriction of weight on bridges.
(4) Approval of by-laws.
93 Municipal by-laws prohibiting standing, etc.
REWARDS
94 Rewards for apprehending persons stealing motor vehicles.
(2) Amount of reward.
GENERAL PROVISIONS
95 Speed limit in particular cases.
(2) Where passing other vehicles prohibited.
(3) Reasonable and prudent speed.
96 Speed on service road.
(2) Meaning of "service road".
RESTRICTED OR INCREASED SPEED AREAS
97 Designation of restricted speed areas.
(2) Limitation to parts of year.
(3) Exclusion of certain areas.
(4) Existing restricted speed areas continued.
(5) Copies of orders to traffic authorities.
98 Order permitting higher speed limit.
(2) Lower rate of speed.
(3) Expiration of order.
(4) Copies of orders to traffic authorities.
(5) Compliance with orders.
(6) Modified speed zones.
(7) Speed limit in modified speed zones.
(8) Copies of orders to traffic authorities.
99 Determination of speed on guilty pleas.
100 Orders fixing minimum speed.
(2) Copies of orders to traffic authorities.
(3) Erection of traffic control devices.
(4) Order of peace officer directing increased speed.
101 Regulations to decrease maximum speed.
102 Compliance with orders.
MUNICIPAL JURISDICTION AS TO SPEED
103 Speed fixed by by-law.
(2) Limitation on speed fixed.
(3) Approval of traffic board.
(4) By-law to be approved by traffic board.
(5) Jurisdiction of traffic board where no municipality.
(6) Speed to be expressed in kilometres per hour.
104 Speed limit in parks.
(2) Copies of orders to ministers.
(3) Effect of subsec. (1).
105 Limitation of speed on bridges.
(2) By-laws by two municipalities.
(3) Approval of traffic board.
(4) Notices respecting speed limits.
(5) Posting of other speed limits.
(6) Size of notices.
(7) Regulations by Minister of Highways.
EMERGENCY VEHICLES
106 Operation of emergency vehicles.
(2) Requirements respecting emergency vehicles.
(3) Application of subsec. (2).
(4) Safety requirements.
(5) Certain emergencies defined.
(6) Commencement of emergency.
(7) Prohibition on use of sirens, horns, etc.
107 Testing speedometers.
108 Compliance with traffic control devices.
(2) Change in position of dividing lines.
109 Prohibition as to driving left of dividing line, and exceptions.
(2) Slow vehicles to keep to right.
(3) Application of subsec. (2).
(4) Driving around rotary traffic island.
110 Rules re. driving on laned roadways.
111 Rules for riding a moped or mobility vehicle.
112 Keeping to right when meeting.
(2) Yielding half of roadway.
(3) Passing on very narrow roadways.
(4) Slow driver to proceed in right hand lane.
(5) Non-application of subsection (4).
113 Use of lights.
(2) Low beam when following close.
114 Rules when overtaking.
(2) Rules when being overtaken.
115 Overtaking on right prohibited with exceptions.
(2) Where no exceptions.
116 No driving to left unless clear view.
(2) Safety requirements.
(3) Driving to left absolutely prohibited.
(4) Where clause (3)(c) not applicable.
117 Following too closely prohibited.
(2) Distance required between certain vehicles.
(3) Space between vehicles in motorcade.
(4) Vehicles in funeral processions.
(5) Funeral processions.
118 Following fire apparatus too closely.
119 Driving over fire hoses.
120 Certain exceptions for trolley buses.
TURNING, STARTING, AND SIGNALS
121 Turning at intersections.
(2) Turning right.
(3) Turning left.
(4) Certain left turns from one-way roadway.
(5) Turning left from two-way roadway.
(6) Left turn from one-way roadway to another one-way roadway.
(7) Turning required by traffic control device.
(8) Safety requirement.
STOPPING, STANDING, OR PARKING
122 Where stopping, standing, parking prohibited.
(2) Parking other vehicles.
123 Parking on right required.
(2) Parking on one-way roadways.
(3) Parking on divided highways.
124 Moving parked vehicles.
(2) Duty before moving, turning, etc.
SIGNALS
125 Giving of signals generally.
(2) Giving of signals where hand signals not visible.
126 Manner of giving hand signals.
127 Signals required for sudden stops.
(2) Giving of appropriate signal for safe movement.
(3) Continuous signals.
RIGHT-OF-WAY
128 General right-of-way rule.
129 Right-of-way on left turn.
130 Right-of-way after a required stop.
131 Right-of-way in restricted speed areas.
(2) Right-of-way when entering highway.
(3) Stopping or entering provincial highways.
(4) Proceeding when safe.
132 Right-of-way to emergency vehicles.
133 Right-of-way at "Yield" or "Cédez Ie passage" signs.
(2) Stopping at "Yield" or "Cédez Ie passage" signs.
SPECIAL STOPS
134 Railway crossings.
(2) Definition of "flagman".
135 Stops by certain vehicles at railways.
(2) Crossing railway without changing gear.
(3) Where subsection (1) does not apply.
(4) Where subsections (1) and (2) not applicable.
(5) Use of turning lamps or emergency lamps on stopped vehicles.
136 Stopping when required by traffic control device.
(2) Stops at divided highway.
SCHOOL BUSES
137 Lamps on school bus.
(2) Signs on school buses.
(3) Limitation on operation of school bus.
(4) Bus signals where school bus is stopped.
(5) Motor vehicles approaching stopped school bus displaying signals.
(6) School buses on divided highways.
PEDESTRIANS' RIGHTS AND DUTIES
138 Compliance by pedestrians with signals.
139 Right-of-way of pedestrian.
(2) Pedestrian to observe safety measures.
(3) Passing vehicle stopped for pedestrian prohibited.
(4) Offence.
140 Where pedestrians yield right-of-way.
(2) Duty not to obstruct traffic.
141 Pedestrian corridor, duties of driver.
(2) When vehicle stopped at pedestrian corridor.
(3) Passing vehicles in vicinity of pedestrian corridor.
(4) Duties of pedestrian.
(5) Parking prohibited.
(6) Offence.
(7) By-laws revoked.
(8) Where road markings not visible.
142 Driver to exercise care.
143 Use of sidewalks required.
(2) Keeping left and walking two abreast.
144 Enforcement of compliance with by-laws by pedestrians.
145 General rules for bicycles.
(2) Special rules as to bicycles.
(3) Use of bicycle paths.
(4) Attachment of bicycles, etc., to moving vehicles prohibited.
(5) Attachment of persons to moving vehicles prohibited.
(6) Illegal towing by vehicles.
146 Riding improperly on vehicles.
(2) Where subsec. (1) not applicable.
147 Prohibition as to carrying too many persons on bicycles.
(2) Carrying large objects, etc., forbidden.
(3) Application of subsec. (1).
148 Impoundment of bicycles of juveniles.
149 Lamps and reflectors on bicycles.
(2) Type of lamps and reflectors required.
(3) Limitation on application of subsec. (1).
150 Equipment of bicycles.
(2) Inspection.
(3) Duty of operator.
(4) Bicycles on prohibited highways.
151 Defacing identification marks on bicycles prohibited.
(2) Prohibition of sale of bicycles bearing identification defaced.
(3) Impoundment of bicycles having defaced identification marks.
(4) Confiscation of bicycle.
(5) Order for payment of cost to owner of confiscated bicycle.
(6) Order for payment.
(7) Disposal of other matters.
(8) Sale of confiscated bicycle.
(9) Marking of confiscated bicycle for identification.
(10) Complementary by-laws.
152 Returns by second-hand bicycle dealers.
(2) Form and contents of return.
(3) Application of subsecs. 21(7) and (8).
PART V
ACCIDENTS
153 Onus on owner or driver.
(2) Limitation of subsec. (1).
(3) Certain drivers deemed agents of owner.
DAMAGES
154 Penalties not a bar to damages.
ACCIDENT REPORTS
155 Accident reports by operators of vehicles.
(2) Operator to stop vehicle and provide particulars.
(3) Action where damage caused to unattended vehicle.
(4) Reports of serious accidents.
(5) Reports by passengers.
(6) Later report.
(7) Limitation on prosecution.
(8) Action where animal injured.
(9) Action by peace officer or municipal clerk.
(10) Offence and penalty.
156 Reports by garage owners respecting damaged motor vehicles.
(2) Offence and penalty.
(3) Inspection of records.
157 Reports by doctors and optometrists.
(2) No right of action against doctor.
(3) Appeal of suspension, etc.
(4) Medical review committee.
(5) Chairman.
(6) Powers of medical review committee.
(7) Report privileged.
(8) Payment of fee by appellant.
158 Reports confidential.
(2) Information to be furnished by peace officer.
(3) Copies to registrar.
(4) Copies to interested parties.
159 Supplemental reports.
(2) Confidential.
PROOF OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
160 Giving of proof of financial responsibility.
(2) Maintenance of proof.
(3) Exemption from maintenance of proof of financial responsibility.
(4) Amount of proof required.
(5) Where additional proof required.
(6) Proof by owner of fleet.
161 Form of proof.
(2) Effect of cancellation, etc., of licence of insurer.
(3) Failure to file further proof.
(4) Validity of certificate.
(5) Proof by non-residents.
(6) Certificates of unlicensed insurers.
(7) Service of documents on unlicensed insurers.
(8) Statement furnished to Superintendent of Insurance.
(9) Action by Superintendent of Insurance.
(10) Evidence of undertaking by unlicensed insurer.
(11) Action on default by unlicensed insurer.
SECURITY FOR DAMAGES CAUSED BY ACCIDENT
162 Amount of security for damages.
163 Form of security.
DISPOSITION OF DEPOSITS
164 Proof of financial responsibility as security for payment.
(2) Security with Minister of Finance held as security for payment.
(3) Order for payment from security deposited.
(4) Security not subject to other claims.
(5) Action to recover on bond.
(6) Payment where settlement made.
INSURANCE POLICIES
165 Nature of liability policy.
(2) Delivery of certificate of financial responsibility.
(3) Certificate conclusive.
(4) Notice of cancellation or expiry of policy.
RECIPROCAL ARRANGEMENTS
166 Suspension of driving privileges of non-resident judgment debtor.
(2) Suspension of non-resident for conviction.
(3) Suspension of non-resident involved in accident.
167 Suspension of licence where privileges suspended elsewhere.
PART VI
PROHIBITIONS, OFFENCES, AND PENALTIES
168 Age limit for registration.
(2) Limitation on registration by persons under eighteen.
(3) Cancellation of registration issued to minor.
169 Prohibition of truck registration.
170 Prohibitions respecting registrations, use of licences, cards, etc.
(2) Offence and penalty.
171 Defacing identifying marks.
(2) Alteration or illegal use of number plates, etc.
(3) Offence and penalty.
172 Misrepresenting model year.
(2) Offence and penalty.
173 Driver's licence required.
(2) Compliance with restricted licence.
174 Prohibitions as to age and health.
(2) Non-application of cl. (1)(a).
(3) Age limit for certain vehicles.
(4) Licence of particular class required.
175 Driving of overweight vehicles prohibited.
(2) Offence and penalty.
176 Compliance with restricted registration card.
(2) Offence and penalty.
177 Unduly slow speed prohibited.
(2) Restriction on driving farm tractor.
(3) Maximum speed for certain implements of husbandry.
(4) Restriction on speed of special mobile machines.
(5) Age for driving farm tractor, etc.
178 Warning device on slow vehicles.
(2) Where subsection (1) not applicable.
179 Unnecessary noise or smoke.
(2) Unnecessary noise.
180 Registration of farm truck.
(2) Authorized use of farm truck.
(3) Limitation on use of farm truck.
(4) Farm truck not to be used for hire.
(5) Operation of farm truck for hire.
181 Towing of vehicles transporting hazardous commodities.
182 Moving vehicle not under control prohibited.
(2) Passengers not to block view of driver.
(3) Undue crowding on front seat prohibited.
(4) Obstruction of view.
(5) No plastic, etc. to be applied to windows.
(6) Certain types of glass prohibited.
(7) Driving vehicle with plastic applied to windows prohibited.
(8) Use of frost shields excepted.
(9) Occupancy of "bucket" seats.
(10) Limitation on subsec. (9).
183 Dangerous riding.
(2) Riding in house trailer.
(3) Driver's responsibility for house trailer.
(4) Definition of "house trailer".
184 Driver of motorcycle or moped to be on the seat.
(2) Position of seat on motorcycle or moped.
(3) Limitation on carriage of passengers on motorcycles.
(4) Position of passenger seat, etc.
(5) Responsibility of driver.
(6) Restriction on carrying passengers on a moped.
(7) Transporting objects on moped.
(8) Transportation of infant on mopeds.
185 Mopeds not to operate on certain Provincial Trunk Highways.
(2) Exception.
186 Seat belt assembly.
(2) Condition of seat belt.
(3) Seat belt required by driver.
(4) Seat belt required by passenger.
(5) Wearing seat belts not required.
(6) Age restriction.
(7) Medical or physical restrictions.
(8) Driving while on duty.
(9) Child restraints required.
(10) Requirement for seat belts.
(11) Prohibition of removal of seat belt.
(12) Offence and penalty.
(13) Minors not subject to penalty.
(14) Regulations.
187 Helmets required.
(2) Where helmets not required.
(3) Offence and penalty.
(4) Regulations.
188 Definition of "drive carelessly".
(2) Prohibition of careless driving.
(3) Offence and penalty.
189 Racing on highway prohibited.
(2) Offence and penalty.
190 Safety zones.
(2) Driving through railway barrier.
191 Prohibition of certain U-turns.
192 Limitation respecting backing up.
193 Prohibition of driving on sidewalk.
(2) Driving on a dividing section.
194 Entering limited access highways.
(2) Leaving limited access highways.
195 Driving on median and right-of-way prohibited.
(2) Exceptions.
196 Limitation on locking wheels.
(2) Moving dangerous objects prohibited.
197 Definition of "air cushion vehicle".
(2) Restriction of hovercraft on highways.
(3) Responsibility of owner of air cushion vehicle.
198 Cleaning of livestock vehicles.
AS TO USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE BY PERSONS
199 Permitting vehicle to be driven by unauthorized person prohibited.
(2) Hiring vehicle to unauthorized person prohibited.
200 Motor vehicle that cannot be registered.
201 Prohibition as to driving certain motor vehicles.
(2) Definition of "owner".
202 Use of old school buses.
203 Radar detection devices.
(2) Seizure of radar detecting device.
(3) Disposition of seized device.
AS TO EQUIPMENT
204 Driving without required equipment.
(2) Application of subsec. (1) to other vehicles.
(3) Non-application of cls. (1)(a), (c) and (d).
205 Standards of vehicles for manufacturers and distributors.
(2) Compliance by dealer with standards.
(3) Modification re. standards.
(4) Standards of components.
(5) Offence.
206 Retreading and recapping tires.
(2) Sale of retreads, etc.
(3) New tires to comply with safety standards.
(4) Penalty.
207 Operating altered motorcycle.
GENERAL PROVISIONS
208 Precautions on opening doors.
209 Tampering with motor vehicle prohibited.
210 Removal, etc., of traffic control devices forbidden.
(2) Temporary traffic control devices.
(3) Offence and penalty.
211 Requirements as to carrying explosive material, etc.
(2) Prohibition of carriage of certain dangerous things.
(3) Conditions of carriage of certain dangerous things.
(4) Section subject to Explosives Act.
212 Agreements respecting enforcement.
213 Limitation as to carrying liquor.
(2) Offence and penalty.
214 Interdiction de certains récepteurs de radio.
(2) Exception.
(3) T.V. sets in vehicles prohibited.
(4) Operation of T.V. sets in vehicles.
215 Use of radio headphones prohibited.
216 Certain marking prohibited.
(2) Order for change of marking.
(3) Effect of order.
217 No depositing of rubbish or other injurious matter on highways.
(2) Removal of injurious material.
(3) Removal of broken glass from highway.
(4) Warning as to obstructions placed on highway.
218 Prohibition of cattle on highway.
(2) Saving.
(3) No civil liability.
219 Limitation as to towing trailers.
(2) Application of section.
(3) Limitation of towing by tractor.
220 Tow truck equipment.
AS TO PARKING AND LEAVING VEHICLES
221 Requirements on leaving vehicle.
(2) Reasonable justification.
(3) Vehicles standing on a grade.
(4) Where subsec. (1) not applicable.
222 Where parking off roadway required.
(2) Obstruction of traffic prohibited.
223 Parking in alleys.
(2) Approval of by-law.
(3) Terms of approval.
(4) Definition of "alley".
FALSE STATEMENTS
224 False statements an offence.
(2) Offence and penalty.
(3) Limitation not applicable.
DRIVING BY DISQUALIFIED PERSONS, ETC.
225 Driving while licence suspended.
(2) Driving an unregistered vehicle by owner prohibited.
(3) Driving of unregistered vehicle by other persons.
(4) Owner not to permit the driving of an unregistered vehicle.
(5) Penalties.
(6) Limitation on prosecution.
226 Driving without liability insurance card.
(2) Driving without certificate of insurance.
(3) Production of proof of insurance.
(4) Validation stickers required.
(5) Driving while registration cancelled.
(6) Seizure of number plates.
(7) Application of subsections (1) and (2).
(8) Exemption from insurance requirements.
(9) Offence and penalty.
227 Drunken driving of vehicles other than motor vehicles.
(2) Offence and penalty.
CONVICTIONS QUASHED
228 Where conviction quashed.
229 Liability of owner to conviction.
(2) Liability of driver.
(3) Lessee of vehicle as owner.
PROHIBITIONS - GENERAL
230 Standing vehicle contrary to traffic control device an offence.
231 Alteration of interim sticker an offence.
232 Improper use of dealer's vehicle.
(2) Improper driving of dealer's motor vehicle.
(3) "Dealer's motor vehicle" defined.
233 Cruelty to livestock prohibited.
234 Removal of traffic tickets, etc., forbidden.
235 Offence respecting evidence of insurance.
(2) Offences and penalty.
(3) Penalty for corporation.
PARKING LOTS
236 Offences on parking lots.
(2) Offences in "pay" parking lots.
(3) Where section not applicable.
237 Sale of motor vehicle to person under 16 prohibited.
(2) Penalties.
238 Penalties.
(2) Penalty for speeding offences.
(3) Additional suspension.
239 General penalty for miscellaneous offences.
240 Saving.
PART VII
ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS AND SUSPENSION OF REGISTRATION AND LICENCES
ARREST WITHOUT WARRANT
241 Arrest without warrant.
(2) Assistance of peace officer.
DETENTION OF VEHICLE
242 Detention of motor vehicle by a peace officer.
(2) Order for extending period of detention.
(3) Period of extension to be reasonable.
(4) Notification of detention to owner.
(5) Personal property to be returned.
(6) Person arrested brought before a justice.
(7) Disposal of vehicle detained.
(8) Change of place of impoundment.
(9) Notice to garage keeper.
(10) No removal from detention.
(11) Cost of moving and storage.
(12) Meaning of "owner".
UNLAWFULLY PARKED VEHICLES
243 Moving of vehicle unlawfully parked.
(2) Removal of parked vehicle, etc.
(3) Costs of moving and storage.
PROCEDURE
244 Trial by justice of the peace.
245 Limitation on prosecution for offence.
246 Oath not required on information.
247 Admissibility of supplemental report.
(2) Certificate of registrar as proof of facts.
(3) Place of offence when report not made.
248 Application of section 5 of Summary Convictions Act.
(2) Description of offences.
249 Benefit of fines.
250 Description of offence under 95(3) and 188(2).
(2) Description of speeding offence.
(3) Description of offence under subsec. 95(3).
251 Endorsement on conviction.
(2) Judge to endorse conviction.
(3) Information where injury caused.
252 Successive offences.
253 Proceedings where previous convictions.
254 Reduction or penalty.
(2) Acquittal where accused not at fault.
EVIDENCE FROM MACHINES
255 Evidence from speed-timing devices.
(2) Evidence of particulars of registration.
(3) Approval of speed-timing devices.
(4) Appointment of testers.
(5) Searches and extracts.
(6) Definition of "speed-timing device".
256 Photographic copies.
257 Certificate as to timing lines on highway.
258 Impounding of licence.
REPORTS OF CONVICTIONS AND JUDGMENTS
259 Certificate of conviction or order sent to registrar.
(2) Certificate of orders sent to registrar.
(3) Fee for certificate.
(4) Certificate as evidence.
(5) Certificates respecting non-residents.
(6) Notice to other jurisdictions of suspensions, etc., in Manitoba.
260 Registration of motor vehicles of persons under suspension, etc.
CONVICTIONS CERTIFIED TO REGISTRAR
261 Certificate of conviction to registrar.
(2) Cancellation of registration or licence in certain cases.
(3) Fee for certificate added.
(4) Certificate as evidence.
262 Payment of storage charges where conviction quashed.
DISQUALIFICATION TO HOLD LICENCE
263 Disqualification on conviction while without a licence.
(2) Certificate to registrar.
264 Automatic suspension for certain offences.
(2) Definition of second or subsequent offence.
(3) Further suspension of licence.
(4) Consecutive suspensions.
(5) Determination of subsequent offences.
(6) Certificate of registrar as evidence.
(7) Impoundment of driver's licence.
(8) Stay of suspension.
(9) Notice of stay to registrar.
(10) Where appeal not allowed.
(11) Temporary licence.
(12) Further temporary licence.
(13) Limitation on temporary licences.
(14) Beginning of suspension after stay.
(15) Suspension.
(16) Reinstatement of licence of person suspended for life.
265 Request for surrender of driver's licence at roadside.
(2) Request for surrender of driver's licence after breathalyzer test.
(3) Calibration of roadside screening device.
(4) Presumption respecting roadside screening device.
(5) Surrender of licence.
(6) Suspension of licence ipso facto.
(7) Duties of peace officer.
(8) Early termination of suspension.
(9) Return of licence.
(10) Removal of vehicle.
(11) Costs of moving and storage.
(12) Use of written record.
266 Young offenders
267 Suspension for liquor offences.
268 Temporary permit on suspension of licence.
(2) Effect Of temporary permit.
269 Cancellation of licences, etc., where cheque dishonoured.
(2) Effect of indebtedness to corporation.
(3) Payment of indebtedness.
SUSPENSION FOR FAILURE TO SATISFY A JUDGMENT
270 Suspension for judgments in Canada or U.S.A.
(2) Where suspension not required.
(3) Subsequent suspension.
(4) When suspension made.
(5) Period of suspension.
(6) Payment of judgment in instalments.
(7) Restoration of licence.
SUSPENSION IN CASE OF ACCIDENT
271 Suspension for serious accidents.
(2) Revocation of suspension.
(3) Suspension for serious accident.
(4) Period of suspension.
(5) Termination of suspension, etc., after six months.
(6) No suspension re parked vehicle.
SUSPENSION BY MINISTER
272 Suspension of non-resident's privileges.
(2) Removal of vehicle from province.
(3) Notice and hearing.
(4) Submission of reasons in writing and by mail.
SUSPENSION BY REGISTRAR
273 Cancellation, etc., for cause.
(2) Contents of notice.
274 Suspension and cancellation of certain permits.
(2) Contents of notice.
275 Suspension of registration of unfit motor vehicle on report from police.
(2) Condition of revocation of suspension.
276 Notification of suspension or cancellation.
(2) Manner of giving notice.
(3) Registered or certified mailing of notice deemed conclusive service.
SURRENDER OF REGISTRATION AND LICENCES
277 Return of registration card, etc., on suspension.
(2) Recovery of licence, etc., by peace officer.
LICENCE SUSPENSION APPEAL BOARD
278 Establishment of appeal board.
(2) Membership of board.
(3) Chairman.
(4) Vice-chairman, etc.
(5) Quorum.
(6) Rules of procedure.
(7) Remuneration of members.
(8) Powers and duties.
(9) Inquiries by single members.
(10) Hearing of applications, etc., by one or more members.
279 Restoration of licence, etc., by appeal board.
(2) Terms and conditions.
(3) Temporary licence from appeal board.
(4) Removal of conditions, etc.
(5) Time within which appeals may be heard.
(6) Limitation on orders.
(7) Remission of permanent cancellation.
(8) Further application for revocation.
(9) Failure of applicant to appear at hearing.
(10) Further hearings.
(11) Revocation of suspension or cancellation.
(12) Variation of order by appeal board.
(13) Submission of appeal by mail.
PUBLIC SERVICE AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
280 Definitions.
281 Supervision of transport board over motor carriers.
(2) Single trip certificate for non-residents.
(3) Single trip certificate for residents.
282 Tariff of fees not otherwise prescribed.
(2) Registration for quarter of year.
(3) Late registration.
(4) Meaning of "one-quarter of year".
(5) Quarterly payments not refundable.
(6) Application of subsection (5).
(7) Separate number plates or validation stickers for each quarter.
(8) Separate plates or validation stickers for commercial trucks.
(9) Deposit or cost or inquiry.
(10) Payment of insurance premium.
(11) Audit of accounts.
283 Appeal.
284 No p.s.v. to be operated without certificate.
(2) Operator deemed owner.
285 Leasing of certain drive-yourself trucks.
(2) Compliance with conditions of permit.
(3) Production of permit to peace officer.
(4) Delegation of authority to issue permits.
(5) Applicant to furnish information.
(6) Transport board may refuse to grant permit.
(7) Offence and penalty.
286 Registration of commercial trucks and p.s.v. trucks.
287 Suspension of permit or certificate etc., of registration.
288 Exemption from holding certificate on conditions.
(2) Revocation, etc., of exemption.
(3) Non-resident motor carrier licences, etc.
(4) Requirements for validity of certificate or licence.
(5) Definition of "province or state".
289 Designating commodities.
(2) Certificates for designated commodities.
290 Applications for certificates.
(2) Issue of certificates for operation of p.s.v.'s.
(3) Conditions attached to certificates.
(4) Details of certificate as to passengers and weight.
(5) Period for which certificate valid.
(6) Termination of validity for non-user.
(7) Certificate not to create monopoly rights.
(8) Offence and penalty.
291 Tolls and charges in respect of p.s.v.'s.
(2) Idem
(3) Standard tariffs to govern.
292 False statements to obtain lower charges.
(2) False statements by motor carrier prohibited.
(3) Opening of packages.
293 Capitalization or sale of rights prohibited.
(2) Revision of tariffs.
(3) Through services after consolidation.
294 Application for renewal of motor carrier certificate.
(2) Refusal of renewal.
295 Insurance required for motor carrier.
(2) Insurance for residents.
(3) Liability of insurer or obligor.
(4) Where insurance or bond in another jurisdiction acceptable.
(5) Where evidence not provided.
296 Notice of cancellation of policy required.
297 Duties of inspectors.
(2) Inspection by inspector or peace officer.
(3) Authority to order out of use unsafe vehicles.
(4) Inspection on highway.
298 Certificate, licence, cab card, or permit carried by driver.
299 Abandonment of service prohibited.
(2) Termination of certificate on abandonment of a service.
300 Suspension or revocation of certificate.
(2) Failure to comply with conditions.
(3) Suspension of right to use highway.
(4) Revocation of certificate for failure to provide service.
(5) Removal of number plates on revocation of certificate.
(6) Storage of motor vehicle.
301 Fees for certificates.
(2) Annual statement of motor carriers.
(3) Failure to comply with subsec. (2).
302 Designation of p.s.v. routes in municipalities.
(2) Effect of subsec. (1).
(3) No municipal fees.
(4) Indication of truck routes.
303 Markings, etc., required by board to be displayed.
(2) Board remains owner of markings, etc.
304 Condition of p.s.v.'s.
305 Fire extinguishers on passenger p.s.v.'s.
306 Requirements for p.s.v. drivers.
307 Obligation of passenger p.s.v.'s to carry passengers.
308 Carriage of passengers in trucks.
(2) Definition of "employees of the owner of the truck".
309 Passengers allowed on seats only.
(2) Restriction as to front seat passengers.
(3) Sitting on left of driver in left-hand drive prohibited.
(4) Limit on number of persons in front seat of p.s.v.'s.
(5) Emergency exit.
310 Attachment of trailers to passenger p.s.v.'s prohibited.
(2) Towing of passenger p.s.v.'s.
311 Restriction re carriage of baggage.
312 Permit for solicitation of passenger traffic.
(2) Sale of tickets, etc., by holders of certificates only.
313 Bill of lading, etc.
(2) Contents of bill of lading re cattle.
314 Number of p.s.v. certificate or permit to be shown.
(2) Signs on p.s.v.'s and c.t.'s.
(3) Size and colour of lettering.
(4) Semi-trailer trucks.
315 Action for unpaid charges.
(2) Seizure of goods for unpaid charges.
(3) Sale of goods seized.
(4) Disposal of surplus from sale.
316 Offence and penalty.
317 Violation of Act or certificate by holder or employee an offence.
318 Licence from transport board for commercial truck.
(2) Form of licence and application.
(3) Fees and insurance premium.
(4) Licence to specify gross weight.
(5) Driver to carry licence.
(6) No operation without licence.
(7) Exemption.
(8) Temporary commercial truck permit.
(9) Information to be furnished.
(10) Period of validity of permit.
(11) Where no insurance payable.
(12) Suspension and cancellation of licence.
(13) Detention of motor vehicle.
(14) Permit to drive dealer's commercial truck or p.s.v.
(15) Offence and penalty.
PART IX
REGULATIONS AND ORDERS
319 Regulations.
(2) Standards.
320 Extension of registration year.
(2) Effective date of regulation.
(3) Validity of licences etc., continued.
(4) Beginning of year following extended year.
(5) Approval of equipment by registrar.
PART X
APPOINTMENTS AND MISCELLANEOUS
321 Order extending powers of local government district.
(2) Exercise of powers conferred.
RECORDS
322 Records of accidents and convictions.
(2) Search of records.
(3) Limitation on furnishing information.
(4) Registrar may disclose medical information on appeal.
(5) Application to Rate Appeal Board.
APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS
323 Appointment of staff.
(2) Duties of secretary of traffic board.
(3) Duties of registrar.
(4) Delegation of authority or duty.
(5) Discharge of departmental duties.
(6) Supervision of officials.
(7) Personal liability of officials limited.
324 Certificate of registrar as proof.
325 Authority to act for minister.
TRANSPORT BOARD
326 Establishment of transport board.
(2) Composition of transport board.
(3) Chairman.
(4) Vice-chairman, etc.
(5) Members to devote time as directed.
(6) Quorum.
(7) Completion of meeting where member dies, etc.
(8) Divisions of board.
(9) Powers of divisions.
(10) Majority decisions.
(11) Holding of joint meetings.
(12) Additional powers of transport board.
(13) Exemption from personal liability.
(14) Inquiries by single members.
(15) Hearing of applications, etc., by single members.
(16) Coming into force of orders.
(17) Rules of procedure.
(18) Payment of expenses.
(19) Salaries and remuneration.
(20) Experts.
(21) Assistance from government departments.
(22) Payment of experts, etc.
327 Vehicle inspection required.
(2) Penalty for failure to comply with notice.
(3) Procedure on inspection.
(4) Re-inspection after rejection.
(5) Re-examination after rejection.
(6) Suspension of registration on inspection.
(7) Establishment of inspection stations.
(8) Inspection of dealers vehicles.
(9) Nature of unfitness of vehicle.
(10) Suspension of dealer's permit.
(11) Inspection of unsafe vehicles and trailers.
(12) Cancellation of registration for failure to comply with notice.
(13) Cancellation of registration following inspection report.
328 Grants for driver education.
(2) Payment of general administrative expenses, etc.
(3) Conditions as to grants.
(4) Maximum grant.
DECLARATIONS AND AFFIDAVITS
329 Taking of declarations or affidavits.
330 Method of giving notice.
FEES
331 Fees.
INTERNATIONAL DRIVING PERMIT
332 International driving permit.
(2) Terms of authority to issue.
333 Registration of antique cars, trucks or motorcycles.
(2) Transfer of registration.
(3) Use of antique car, truck or motorcycle.
334 Merit marks.
(2) Merit marks after demerit points.
(3) No merit marks where licence suspended, etc.
(4) Non-application of subsection (3).
(5) Certificate of merit.
(6) Removal of merit marks.
(7) Removal of demerit points.
(8) Definition of "demerit point".
335 Reference in Continuing Consolidation.
336 Repeal.
337 Commencement of Act.