The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978 - Administrative law
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.
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Page 168 - This term means any person from the civilian or military branch of the Coast Guard designated as such by the Commandant and who, under the superintendence and direction of the Coast Guard District Commander, is in charge of an inspection zone for the performance of duties with respect to the...
Page 157 - ... preside at the meetings of the board of supervising inspectors, receive all reports of inspectors, receive and examine all accounts of inspectors, report fully at stated periods to the Secretary of Commerce upon all matters pertaining to his official duties, and produce a correct and uniform administration of the inspection laws, rules, and regulations.
Page 213 - The vessel shall be electrically bonded to the shore piping prior to connecting the cargo hose. This electrical bonding shall be maintained until after the cargo hose has been disconnected and any spillage has been removed.
Page 12 - In this subchapter an explosive is defined as any chemical compound, mixture, or device, the primary or common purpose of which Is to function by explosion. ie. with substantially instantaneous release of gas and heat, unless such compound, mixture, or device is otherwise specifically classified in the regulations in this part.
Page 6 - This Is to certify that the above-named articles are properly classified, described, packaged, marked, and labeled, and are In proper condition for transportation, accordIng to the applicable regulations of the Department of Transportation.
Page 28 - Sea, 1929, means a vessel which carries or is authorized to carry more than twelve passengers. (3) It shall be unlawful knowingly to transport, carry, convey, store, stow, or use on board any vessel fulminates or other detonating compounds in bulk in dry condition, or explosive compositions that ignite spontaneously...
Page 167 - This term means a void or empty space separating two or more compartments for the purpose of isolation or to prevent the contents of one compartment from entering another in the event of the failure of the walls of one to retain their tightness.
Page 184 - All cargo tanks vented at gage pressure of 4 pounds per square inch or less shall be constructed and tested as required by standards established by the American Bureau of Shipping or other recognized classification society.
Page 169 - The waters upon which a vessel may be operated as endorsed upon the certificate of inspection. §151.03-49 Sounding tube. This is an unperforated tube fitted to an ullage hole, secured so as to be vapor tight to the underside of the tank top open at the bottom, and extending to within 18 inches or less of the bottom of the tank.
Page 194 - ... (e) No refrigeration. A system that allows the liquefied gas to warm up and increase in pressure. The insulation and tank design pressure shall be adequate to provide for a suitable margin for the operating time and temperatures involved. (f) Tank heating.