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and supplies of a dangerous nature-Continued

Required conditions for transportation-Continued

Passenger vessel

Ferry vessel, passenger or vehicle

R. R. car ferty, passenger or vehicle

Stowage; Within ship's medicine Stowage: Within ship's medicine Stowage: Within ship's medicine

chest in sick bay or other location chest in sick bay or other location chest in sick bay or other location designated by the master.

designated by the master.

designated by the master.

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: Installation shall conform to the following provisions:

(1) Where wet priming is used, a catch pan not less than 44" deep shall be secured inside the frame of the stove or metal protection under the stove flanged up %" to form a pan.

(ii) An inflammable liquid shall not be used for priming.

(iii) Fuel tanks for fixed stoves shall be separate thereírom, mounted in a location open to the atmosphere or mounted inside a compartment such tanks shall be fitted with outside ill and vent.

(iv) Pressure or gravity jet feed is permissible. Bubble feed or any system which may be affected by list or roll of the vessel shall not be used. On gravity or siphon tanks an easily accessible shut-off valve

shall be fitted in the fuel line at the tank, and if the tank is outside the compartment, a shut-off valve shall also be fitted at the stovo.

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Fuel for heating, cooking,

lighting-Continued. Alcohol, solid or fluid

Continued. Liquefied or nonliq. Systems using a liquefied or a nonuefied gas.

liquefied gas, including regulat-
ing and safety equipment, exclu.
sive of the cylinder or container,
shall be of a design approved by
the Commandant of the Coast

Guard for such lise.
Vapors from petroleum gases are

heavier than air and with air forin
explosive mirtures over wide
ranges. Acetylene, methane and
coal gas are lighter than air.

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Red gas label re- Permitted

quired on cyl. Cylinders and drums shall be inders and red ICC specification containinflammable lig. ers. The cylinders shall uid label

bear a test date marking quired on drums. indicating test within the

preceding 5 years. Cylinders or drums shall be

located in a metal locker or housing on or above the weather deck in such posi. tion that any escaping vapor cannot reach living quarters or enclosed compartments on board the vessel. Lock. ers or housings shall be vented to the open air near the bottom for gases evolv. ing vapors heavier than air and near the top of the en. closure for gases evolving vapors lighter than air. Cyl. inders or drums shall be protected from climatic ex.

tremes. No label required.. Stowage:

Vessel's lamp locker amount

limited to 55 gallons.
Containers:
For quantities in excess of 10

gallons:
Metal barrels or drums.
Metal tanks:
Not more than 55 gals. ca-

pacity (plus 2 percent out-
age). Tank to be not less
than No. 14 U.S. S. gauge
steel. Seams may be
welded or riveted oil tight.
Reinforcing bosses shall be
fitted in way of filling and
draw-off opening. Clo-
sure for illing opening
shall be of screw-thread
type having at least 3 com-
plete threads and gasket.
Liquid level indicator
gauges shall not be per-

mitted. Quantities up to 10 gallons may be carried in the metal containers as fur. nished by the trade, provided no single container

exceeds 5 gallons capacity. Green gas.

Stowage, in a cool, ventilated

location.

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Stowage:
Vessel's lamp locker amount lim-

ited to 55 gallons. Containers: For quantities in excess of 10 gal.

lons. Metal barrels or drums. Metal tanks: Not more than 65 gals. capacity

(plus 2 percent outage). _ Tank to be not less than No. 14 U.S.S. gauge steel. Seams may be welded or riveted oil tight. Reinforcing bosses shall be fitted in way of Alling and draw-off open. ing. Closure for filling opening shall be of screw-thread type having at least 3 complete threads and gasket. Liquid level indi. cator guages shall not be per

mitted. Quantities up to 10 gallons may be carried in the metal containers as furnished by the trade, provided no single container exceeds 6 gal. lons capacity.

Stowage, in a cool, ventilated location. Stowage, in a cool, ventilated loca

tion.

Stowage, in a cool, ventilated loca

tion.

Not permitted...

Not permitted.

Oylinders shall conform to ICO re

quirements and shall be fitted with

a valve protection cap. Stowage: "On deck”, protected from

damage and the direct rays of the sun by a strong well-ventilated cage. Not more than 3 cylinders of hydrogen shall be carried as ships' stores and supplies.

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Motion picture film

No label required

Oxygen.

Green gas.

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Film used in providing enter

tainment for the passengers and
crew. Only slow burning (ce).

lulose acetate) film is permitted.
Cylinders shali conform to ICC

requirements and shall be fitted

with a valve protection cap.
Orygen is a strong supporter of com-

bustion and greatly accelerates fire.
Orygen under

pressure may cause
grease, oil and other readily com-
bustible and finely divided sub-

stances to ignite.
Colorless, odorless and tasteless.
Slightly heavier than air.
Oil or other lubricants shall not be

used on a value of other fitting con-
necting to cylinders.

Permitted.
Stowage:

(See footnote 1.)
Stowage:
In a cool ventilated location

selected and supervised
by the chief engineer
with the knowledge and
approval of the master.
(Protected from temper&
tures exceeding 100° F.)
Stow upright, secured in a

rack, with valveprotection

cap in place on cylinder. Cylinders shall be stowed in rack at all times, except

when actually in use. Quantity limitations: Cargo vessels shall not have on board as ships' stores more than 3,000 cu. ft. of oxygen at any time.

Paint and paint produda:
Paint.

(See footnote 2.)
Varnish.
Lacquers.
Enamel.
When possessing a
flashpoint at or be-

low 80° F. Paint reducing or thin

(See footnote 3.)
ning compounds.
Paint mixing oils and

driers.
Bronzing liquids.
Liquid shellac.
Solvents for paint or

shellac.
When possessing a
Nashpoint at of be-

low 80° F. Paint and varnish remov.

No label required. (See footnote 4.) ing compounds (when possessing a flashpoint at or below 160° F.) Paint and paint products Ready mixed paints...

No label required. Paint(when possessing a

flash point above 80° F.) Paint mixing oils (when Vehicle oils: Turpentine, linseed No label required.

possessing a flashpoint oil, soya bean oil, tung oil, fish above 80° F.)

oil, turpentine substitute, flat

ting oil. Driers (when possessing Compounds used to accelerate the No label required.

a flash point above 800 drying of paint. Reducing or thinning Solvents and dilutonts used for the No label required. compounds (when purpose of reducing the viscosity possessing

aflash point or consistency of finishes. above 80° F.) Stains (when possessing Used to intensify or produce grain No label required, a flashpoint above 800 effect or to produce imitation F.)

wood-grain effects. 1 " All Alms on board shall at all times be kept within the operating booths. They shall be contained in individual metal boxes, except for the film in the machine and the film immediately before it is placed in or immediately after removal from the inachine. Where not over five 5-pound reels are present in the booth they may be placed on incom. bustible shelves, suitably secured against displacement by the motions of the boat. Where more than five reels but not more than 10 reels are present, they shall be kept in closed shelves or cabinets similar in construction to that of the walls of the booth. Where more than ten 5-pound reels are present, they are to be stored in an insulated film cabinet.

2 Ready mixed paints, varnish, or enamel possessing a flashpoint at or below 80° F. shall not be permitted as articles of ships' stores on board vessels subject to these regulations.

Compounds of nitrocellulose with or without plasticizer, pigment, solvent or thinners; known as “lacquer”, possessing a flashpoint at or below 80° F., shall not be permitted for use on board vessels subject to these regulations.

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Not permitted....

Stowage:
In a cool ventilated location selected

and supervised by the chief engi-
neer witb the knowledge and
approval of the master. (Pro-
tected from temperatures exceed-

ing 100° F.) Stow upright, secured in a rack,

with valve protection cap in place on cylinder. Cylinders shall be stowed in rack

at all times, except when actually

in use. Quantity limitations: Passenger vessels navigating inland

or coastwise waters shall not have on board as ships' stores more than

1,500 cu. ft. of oxygen at any time. Passenger vessels going foreign or

intercoastal shall not have on board more than 3,000 cu. ft. of

oxygen at any time. (See footnote 2.)

Stowage:
In a cool ventilated location selected

and supervised by the chief
engineer with the knowledge
and approval of the master.
(Protected from temperatures ex.
ceeding 100° F.)
Stow upright, secured in a rack,

with valve protection cap in

place on cylinder. Quantity limitations: R. R. car fer

ri hall not have on board as ships' stores more than 1,500 cu. ft. of oxygen at any time.

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3. These compounds, and compounds possessing similar characteristics, used in mixing, illing, thinning, or applying paints when possessing a flashpoint at or below 80° F., shall not be permitted as articles of ships' stores on board vessels subject to these regulations.

* These compounds, when possessing a flashpoint at or below 150° F., shall not be permitted as articles of ships' stores on board passenger vessels subject to these regulations.

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