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(b) The regulations of this part shall not apply to any vessel subject to the provisions of R.S. 4417a, as amended, which is constructed or converted for the principal purpose of carrying inflammable or combustible liquid cargo in bulk in its own tanks, except such vessel shall be subject to the provisions of R.S. 4472, as amended, with respect to explosives prohibited to be transported, stored, or stowed on board any vessel.

(c) Regulations with respect to explosives prohibited by subsection 3, of R.8. 4472, as amended, apply to all vessels.

(d) Regulations with respect to the transportation, storage, or stowage of high explosives on board passenger vessels apply to all vessels defined as "Passenger Vessels" in 146.03–36.

(e) Regulations with respect to the transportation, storage or stowage of high explosives on board vessels, other than passenger-carrying vessels, apply to all vessels defined as “Barges" or "Cargo Vessels" in $ 146.03-36.

(f) Regulations with respect to the transportation, storage or stowage of explosives (other than high explosives) or other dangerous articles or substances apply to all vessels, except vessels speciocally exempted from such regulations by the provisions of R.S. 4472, as amended, or vessels that are, or may be, specifically exempted by the regulations in this part. Vessels specifically exempted by R.S. 4472, as amended, are:

(1) Vessels not exceeding fifteen (15) gross tons when not engaged in carrying passengers for hire;

(2) Vessels used exclusively for pleasure;

(3) Vessels, not exceeding five hundred (500) gross tons while engaged in the fisheries;

(4) Tugs or towing vessels, except as to fire prevention and extinguishing requirements provided for by subsection 6 (b) (4) of R.S. 4472, as amended;

(5) Cable vessels, dredges, elevator vessels, fireboats, ice-breakers, pile drivers, pilot boats, welding vessels, salvage and wrecking vessels.

(g) Iniammable or combustible liquid cargo in bulk is also exempt from the regulations in this part: Provided, howeder, That the handling and stowage of such liquid cargo in bulk, on board vessels to which the regulations in this part may apply, shall be subjected to the provisions of section 4417a of the Revised Statutes, as amended.

(h) Regulations with respect to the transportation, storage, or stowage of combustible liquids packed in barrels, drums, or other packages apply only to passenger vessels.

(1) In addition to complying with the requirements of this part, foreign vessels of novel design or construction or whose operation involves potential unusual risks shall be subject to inspection to the extent necessary to safeguard life and property in United States' ports. For details concerning inspection see g 2.0113 of Subchapter A (Procedures Applicable to the Public), § 30.01-5 of Subchapter D (Tank Vessels), $ 70.05–3 of Subchapter H (Passenger Vessels), and $ 90.05–1 of Subchapter I (Cargo and Miscellaneous Vessels) of this chapter. [Order 74, 6 F.R. 256, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended, CGFR 62–17, 27 F.R. 9043, Sept. 11, 1962, CGFR 64–20, 29 F.R. 6788, May 23, 1964) & 146.02–3 Application to shippers.

Regulations with respect to definitions, descriptive name, shipping name, packing, marking, authorized containers, labeling and certification of shipments of explosives or other dangerous articles or substances, and combustible liquids, apply to all shippers offering such articles or substances for transportation or storage on board vessels to which the regulations in this part apply. (Order 74, 6 F.R. 256, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended. CGFR 47-36, 12 FR. 4184, June 27, 1947) $ 146.02 4 Application to others.

The provisions of the regulations in this part, insofar as applicable to them respectively, are binding upon owners, charterers, agents, masters, or persons in charge of vessels subject to the regulations in this part and upon all other persons transporting, carrying, conveying, handling, storing or stowing on board such vessels any explosives or other dangerous articles or substances, and combustible liquids. (Order 74, 6 F.R. 256, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended, CGFR 47-35, 12 FR. 4184, June 27, 1947) § 146.02–5 Compliance.

The applicable provisions of the regulations in this part shall be observed by:

(a) All vessels, domestic or foreign, subject to the regulations in this part, and the owners, charterers, agents, masters or persons in charge of such vessels;

(b) Railway or highway carriers and their operators, owners, agents or representatives when vehicles operated by

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such carriers and loaded with explosives or other dangerous articles or substances, and combustible liquids are of. fered for transportation or enter on board a vessel;

(c) All shippers, their agents or other persons offering explosives or other dangerous articles or substances, and combustible liquids for transportation on board vessels;

(d) All persons engaged in the acceptance, handling, stowage, storage or transportation of explosives or other dangerous articles or substances, and combustible liquids on board vessels;

(e) All shippers or carriers of explosives or other dangerous articles or substances, and combustible liquids shall instruct their employees relative to the provisions of the regulations in this part. [Order 74, 6 F.R. 256, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended, CGFR 47-35, 12 FR. 4184, June 27, 1947) & 146.02-6 Enforcement.

(a) The provisions of R.S. 4472, as amended, and the regulations in this subchapter shall be enforced by the U.S. Coast Guard of the Department of Transportation. Enforcement officers may at any time and at any place within the jurisdiction of the United States board any vessel for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of the regulations in this subchapter.

(b) Any collector of customs may, when possessing knowledge that a vessel is violating any provisions of the statute or regulations established thereunder, by written order served on the master, person in charge of such vessel, or the owner or charterer thereof, or the agent of the owner or charterer, detain such vessel until such time as the provisions of the statute and the regulations in this subchapter have been complied with. The master, person in charge or owner or charterer or the agent of the owner or charterer of a vessel so detained may, within 5 days, appeal to the Commandant of the Coast Guard who may, after investigation, affirm, set aside, or modify the order of the collector. (CGFR 47–35, 12 F.R. 4184, June 27, 1947) § 146.02-6a Assignment and certifica

tion.

(4) Issuance of certificates of loading setting forth that the stowage of dangerous cargo is in accordance with the regulations in this subchapter.

(b) Certificates of loading of the National Cargo Bureau, Inc., may be accepted as prima facie evidence of compliance with the Dangerous Cargo Act (R.8. 4472, as amended, 46 U.S.C. 170) and the regulations in this subchapter. (CGFR 52-50, 17 FR. 9188, Oct. 17, 1962) 8 146.02-7 Military or naval forces.

The provisions of the regulations in this part shall not be construed to prevent the transportation of military or naval forces with their accompanying munitions of war and stores. (Order 74, 6 F.R. 257, Jan. 11, 1941) $ 146.02–8 U.S. Government shipments.

(a) Shipments of explosives or other dangerous articles or substances offered by or consigned to the Departments of the Army, Navy, or Air Force of the United States Government shall be packed, including limitations of weight, in accordance with the Interstate Commerce Commission regulations for the transportation of explosives or other dangerous articles in effect at the time of shipment, or in containers of equal or greater strength and efficiency as required by the regulations of these Departments.

(b) Shipments of radioactive materials, made by the Atomic Energy Commission, or under its direction or supervision, which are escorted by personnel specially designated by the Atomic Energy Commission, are exempt from the regulations in this part. (CGFR 52-8, 17 F.R. 6461, July 17, 1952) $ 146.02-9 Canadian shipments.

Shipments of explosives (except commercial Class A explosives) or other dangerous articles or combustible liquids as defined in this subchapter, which are packed, marked, and labeled in conformity with the regulations of the Canadian

(a) The National Cargo Bureau, Inc., is authorized to assist the United States Coast Guard in administering the provisions of the Dangerous Cargo Act (R.S.

Transport Commission may be accepted and transported on board vessels within the navigable waters of the United States: Provided, That their acceptance and stowage on board the vessel is in accordance with the regulations in this part for the substances involved: And provided further, That the bill of lading or other shipping paper carries the certifying statement of the shipper that the goods are packed, marked, and labeled in accordance with the regulation of the Canadian Transport Commission. (CGFR 68–142, 34 F.R. 2084, Feb. 12, 1969) & 146.02-10 Export shipments.

(a) Export shipments of commercial Class A explosives and radioactive materials regardless of whether in interstate transportation prior to delivery to the vessel, shall be packed, marked, labeled, or otherwise in conformity with the Department of Transportation requirements for the transportation of explosives or other dangerous articles in effect at the time of shipment.

(b) Export shipments of explosives or other dangerous articles or combustible liquids (except commercial Class A explosives and radioactive materials) may be accepted for transportation when packed, marked, labeled, and described in accordance with the regulations of the country of destination. If the regulations of the foreign country are used, the bill of lading or other shipping paper shall identify such shipments by the shipping name shown in the regulations in this part for the particular substance, and also shall certify that the packing, marking, and labeling is in accordance with the foreign regulations and identify by title or otherwise such foreign regulations. Markings on export packages may be in the language of the country of destination. Labels shall be affixed or printed or stamped upon such export packages when offered for transportation in lots of one hundred (100) or less packages. Stowage on board a vessel shall be in accordance with the regulations in this part as applicable to the particular character of vessel. (CGFR 68–142, 34 F.R. 2084, Feb. 12, 1969) & 146.02-11 Import shipments.

(a) Import shipments of commercial Class A explosives and radioactive materials regardless of whether destined upon arrival at domestic ports for further transportation or not shall be packaged, marked, labeled, or otherwise in con

formity with the Department of Transportation requirements for the transportation of explosives or other dangerous articles in effect at the time of shipment.

(b) Import shipments of explosives or other dangerous articles (except commercial Class A explosives and radioactive materials) destined upon arrival at domestic ports for further transportation outside the port area in original packaging, by common, contract, or private carrier must comply with the Department of Transportation regulations for the transportation of explosives or other dangerous articles in effect at the time of shipment. The importer shall furnish with the order to the foreign shipper, and also to the forwarding agent at the port of entry, full and complete information as to packaging, marking, labeling, and other requirements as prescribed by the Department of Transportation regulations (see $ 146.05–14).

(c) Import shipments of explosives or other dangerous articles or combustible liquids (except commercial Class A explosives and radioactive materials) accepted for transportation in a foreign port in outside metal or wooden barrels or drums not exceeding 110 gallons capacity, wooden boxes not exceeding 300 pounds weight of box and contents, or fiberboard boxes not exceeding 65 pounds weight of box and contents, which upon arrival at domestic ports are not destined for transportation outside the port area in their original import packaging by common, contract, or private carrier may be carried on board vessels provided the shipper certified upon the bill of lading or other shipping paper that the packaging, marking, and labeling are in conformity with the regulations of the country of origin. If the country of origin has no regulations governing the transportation by vessel of the explosives and dangerous substances involved packages of the type described above in this paragraph may be carried on board vessels: Provided, That the shipper shall certify that the container is so constructed as to maintain its complete integrity under all conditions likely to be encountered in transportation. The master of the vessel, before accepting such import shipments, shall satisfy himself that the packaging is sufficiently strong to stand, without rupture or leakage of contents, all risks ordinarily incident to transportation. Stowage of import shipments on Sec. 146.20-61 Lamp box on magazine vessels. 146.20-63 Storage of other dangerous arti

cles. 146.20-65 Magazine vessels' stores. 146.20-67 Matches. 146.20-69 Firearms. 146.20-71 Fire extinguishing equipment. 146.20–73 Supervision of magazine vessels. 146.20-75 Unauthorized persons on mage

zine vessels. 146.20-77 Repacking of explosives on board

magazine vessels. 146.20–79 Work boat. 146.20-81 Life preservers. 146.20-83 Fenders. 146.20-85 Authorization to load or dis

charge explosives. 146.20-87 Permit for Class A explosives. 146.20-90 Stowage and storage chart of ex

plosives. 146.20-100 Table A-Classification: Class A:

dangerous explosives. 146.20-200 Table B-Classification: Class B:

less dangerous explosives. 146.20-300 Table C-Classification: Class C:

relatively safe explosives.

Sec. 146.22-7 Use of power-operated industrial

trucks in spaces containing flammable solids and ordizing

materials. 148.22-10 Stowage of infiammable solids

with explosives and other dan.

gerous articles. 146.22-15 Stowage of oxidizing materials

with explosives and other dan

gerous articles. 146.22-20 Stowage of charcoal. 148.22-25 Kemptions for indammable

solids and oxidizing materials. 148.22-80 Authorization to load or dis

charge ammonium nitrato and

ammonium nitrato fertilizers. 148.22-36 Elemental phosphorus in water

in bulk. 148.22-40 Nitro carbon nitrate. 148.22-100 Table E-Classification: Infiam

mable solids. 146.22-200 Table E-Classification: Oxidiz

ing materials.

Subpart 146.23_Detailed Regulations Govering

Corrosive Liquids 146.28-1 Definitions of corrosive liquids. 146.23--5 Stowage on board vessels. 146.23-10 General stowage requirements. 146.29-18 Use of power-operated industrial

trucks in spaces containing

corrosive liquids. 146.29-16 Stowage of glass carboys. 146.28-20 “On deck" stowage requirements. 146.23-26 Stowage of corrosive liquids with

explosives and other dangerous

articles. 146.28-30 Exemptions for corrosivo liquids. 146.28-86 Sulfuric acid in bulk. 14.6.29-50 Hydrochloric acid in bulk. 146.28-100 Table F-Classification: Corto

Blve liquids.

Subpart 146.21-Detailed Regulations Governing

Inflammable Liquids 148.21-1 Definition of inflammable uq

uids. 146.21-10 Export shipments of inflam

mable liquids. 146.21-15 Stowage on board vessels. 146.21-20 "On deck" stowage. 146.21-25 "Under deck” stowage. 146.21-30 Stowage of inflammable liquids

with explosives and other dan

gerous articles. 146.21-35 Boundary bulkheads. 146.21-40 Hatch closing means. 146.21-45 Ventilation. 146.21-50 Electrical equipment in holds. 146.21-55 Smoking prohibited, warning

signs. 146.21-57 Use of power-operated industrial

trucks in spaces containing

flammable liquids. 146.21-60 Potable spirits. 146.21-65 Limited quantity shipments. 146.21-70 Limited quantity shipments of

paint products. 146.21-75 Limited quantity shipments of

polishes. 146.21-77 Limited quantity shipments of

cements. 146.21-79 Limited quantity shipments of

inks. 148.21-100 Table D-Classification: Inflam

mable liquids.

Subpart 146.24–Detailed Regulations Governing

Compressed Gases 146.24-1 Definitions of compressed gases. 146.24 10 Mixtures of compressed gas and

poisonous materials. 146.24-16 Containers. 148.24 20 Exemptions tor compressed

gases. 146.24-21 Exemptions for foodstuffs, soap,

cosmetics, beverages, biologicals, electronic tubes and

audible fire alarm systems. 146.24-22 Exemptions for fire extinguish

ers and component parts

thereof. 146.24-26 Stowage on board vessels. 146.24-27 Use of power-operated industrial

trucks in spaces containing

compressed gases. 146.2430 "On deck" stowage. 146.24–35 "Under deck” stowage.

Subpart 146.22-Detailed Regulations Governing

Inflammable Solids and Oxidizing Materials 148.22-1 Definition of inflammable solids

and oxidizing materials. 146.22-5 Stowage on board vessels.

Sec. 146.2440 Stowage clearance. 148.24-50 Stowage securing means. 146.2455 Stowage of compressed gases

with explosives and other dan.

gerous articles. 148.24 60 Stowage of cylinders containing

chlorine. 146.24-65 Instructions regarding lights

and smoking. 148.24-70 Leaking cylinders not accepted. 148.24-75 Report of leaking or damaged

cylinders. 146.2480 Liquid chlorine in bulk. 146.24 85 Anhydrous ammonia in bulk. 148.24-100 Table G-Classification: Com.

pressed gases.

Subpart 146.27—Detailed Regulations Governing

Hazardous Articles Sec. 146.27-1 Deünition of a hazardous article. 146.27-6 Liquids exempt. 146.27-10 Stowage on board vessels. 148.27-15 General stowage requirement. 146.27-20 Protection for "On deck" stow

age. 146.27-25

Requirements and conditions for

loading, stowing and trans

porting baled cotton. 146.27–27 Fishmeal pellets in bulk. 146.27-30 Motor vehicles and mechanized

equipment powered by internal combustion engines and fueled by flammable liquids or flam

mable compressed gases. 146.27–81 Motor vehicles and mechanized

equipment powered by internal combustion engines and fueled

by combustible liquids. 146.27-32 Motor vehicles and mechanized

equipment powered by internal combustion engines and transported on vessels in spaces

specially suitable for vehicles. 146.27-35 Use of power-operated industrial

trucks in spaces containing

hazardous articles. 146.27-50 Phosphoric acid in bulk. 148.27-100 Tablo - Classification: Hasard.

ous articles.

Subpart 146.25-Detailed Regulations Governing

Poisonous Articles

146.25-1 Definition of poisonous articles. 146.25-5 Extremely dangerous poisons,

Class A, poison gas label. 146.26-10 Less dangerous poisons, Class B,

liquids and solids, poison la

bel. 146.26–16 Tear gas or irritating substances,

Class C, tear gas label. 146.25 40 Limitation of "On deck" stowage. 148.26 48 Use of power-operated Industrial

trucks in spaces containing

poisonous articles. 146.25-45 Stowage of poisonous articles with

explosives and other dangerous

articles. 146.25-50 Care following leakage or silting

of poisonous articles. 146.26-65 Exemptions for poisons, Class B. 146.25-60 Cylinder valve protection. 146.25-100 Table - Classification: Class A;

extremely dangerous poisons. 146.26-200 Table Classification: Class B;

less dangerous poisons. 146.26_800 Table H-Classification: Class C;

tear gas or irritating substances.

ubpart 146.284 Temporary Amendments to

Regulations 146.28-1 Scope. 146.28-2 Reused single-trip containers. 146.28-6 Additional containers for rubber

scrap 146.28–7 Additional type tank cars for gaso

line. 146.28-8 Additional containers for gasoline. 146.28–13 Additional type tank cars for in

flammable liquids. 146.28–14 Additional containers for inflam

mable liquids. 146.28–15 Additional containers for rubber

cement. 146.28-17 Additional containers for chromic

acid solution. 146.28–20 Additional containers for methyl

bromide, liquid. 146.28–21 Additional containers for poison

ous liquids. 146.28-22 Increase of weight limitation for

Class B poisonous solids.

Subpart 146.26mDetailed Regulations Governing

Combustible Liquids 148.26-1 Definition of combustible

Uquids. 146.26-5 Application to vessels. 146.26-10 Stowage on board passenger

vessels. 148.26-15 Smoking or open flame problb

ited. 146.26-20 "On deck" stowage. 146.26-25 “Under deck" stowage. 146.26 30 Potable spirits. 146.26-86 Use of power-operated industrial

trucks in spaces containing

combustible liquids. 146.26-100 Table J-Classification: Com

bustible liquids.

Subpart 146.29~-Detailed Regulations Governing

the Transportation of Military Explosives and

Hazardous Munitions on Board Vessels 146.29-1 Eilective date. 146.29-3 Scope. 146.29-5 Regulations not applicable. 146.29-7 Port security regulations. 146.29-9 Import shipments. 146.29-11 Definitions and abbreviations.

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