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and supplies of a dangerous nature

Required conditions for transportation-Continued

Passenger vessel

Ferry vessel, passenger or vehicle

R. R. car lerry, passenger or vehicle

Method of stowage: Carbon dioxide, Method of stowago: Carbon dioxide, / Method of stowage: Carbon dioxido,

solid (dry ice) when used as a re- solid (dry ice) when used as a re- solid (dry ice) when used as a refrigerant shall be kept in a well- trigerant shall be kept in & well- frigerant shall be kept in a wellventilated place where gas cannot ventilated place where gas cannot ventilated place where gas cannot accumulate and shall be kept away accumulate and shall be kept away accumulate and shall be kept away from open ventilation and direct from open ventilation and direct from open ventilation and direct openings. Appropriate warning openings. Appropriate warning opening Appropriate warning sign at the entrances to the spaces Rign at the entrances to the spaces sign at the entrances to the spaces in which stowed shall be used. in which stowed shall be used.

in which stowed shall be used.

Stowage: Within the bus containing

the line throwing appliance and its equipment, and stowed at the discretion of the master,

Not carried as emergency equip.

ment on ferry vessels

Not carried as emergency equipment

on car forries.

Stowage: Vossel's portable magazine Not carried as emergency oquip- Not carried as emergency equipment chest. 1 menton ferry vessels.

on car ferries. Stowage: In place in the emergency

Not carried as emergency equip- Not carried as emergency equipand motor lifeboats. Additional ment on ferry vessels.

ment on ferry vessels. flares may be stowed in a location

discretionary with the master. Stowage: Vessel's portable magazine Not carried as emergency equipment Not carried as emergency equipment chest. on ferry vessels.

on car ferries. Container: Metal cans having water

tight top closing means. Stowage: Vossel's portable magazine Not carried as emergency equipment Not carried as emergency equipment chest."

on ferry vessels.

on car ferries. Stowage: In place within the lifeboat Not carried as emergency equipment Stowage: In place within the lifeor lile raft or buoyant apparatus. on ferry vessels.

boat, life raft and pilothouse. Additional lights may be stowed

Container: The container shall be in the pilothouse or navigating

constructed in accordance with bridge.

specification requirements of the Container: The container shall be

Commandant of the Coast Guard. constructed in accordance with specification requirements of the

Commandant of the Coast Guard.
Stowage: In place attached to ring Stowage: In place attached to ring Stowage: In place attached to ring

buoys, life rafts, and buoyant ap- buoys, life rafts, as required by buoys, life rafts, as required by paratus as required by Oomman- Commandant of the Coast Guard. Commandant of the Coast Guard. dant of the Coast Guard. Spares Spares shall be stowed in vessel's Spares shall be stowed in vessel's shall be stowed in vessel's portable portable magazine chest.

portable magazine chest. magazine chest. Oontainers: Cylinders built to spec- Oontainers: Cylinders built to spec- Containers: Cylinders built to spec

ifications of, and approved by ifications of, and approved by ifications of, and approved by

Commandant of the Coast Guard. Oommandant of the Coast Guard. Commandant of the Coast Guard Stowage: In metal locker selected Stowage: In metal locker selected Stowage: In metal locker selected

and supervised by the chief engi. and supervised by the chief engi- and supervised by the chief engi. neer, with the knowledge and ap- neer, with the knowledge and ap- neer, with the knowledge and approval of the master. proval of the master.

proval of the master.

* Containers: The container shall be constructed on 18-ounce, or No. 22 B. W. G. copper, or equal noncor. rodible metal, lock-jointed and soldered, the bottom to be rolled in and soldered. The cover or top of cast brass not less than 26-inch in thickness and 5 inches in diameter shall be so constructed as to be easily removed, and made watertight by a fitted rubber gasket. (Order 74, 6 F.R. 516, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended by Order 103, 6 FR. 1897, Apr. 11, 1941; CGFR 47–35, 12 F.R. 4184, June 27, 1947; 12 F.R. 4389, July 3, 1947; CGFR 52–8, 17 F.R. 6549, July 17, 1952; CGFR 52–16, 19 F.R. 4935, Aug. 6, 1954; CGFR 57–33, 22 F.R. 8721, Oct. 29, 1957; CGFR 58-9, 23 F.R. 4989, June 28, 1959; CGFR 59–14, 24 F.R. 5277, June 30, 1959; CGFR 59-46, 24 F.R. 9392, Nov. 21, 1959; CGFR 62–11, 27 F.R. 5325, June 5, 1962)

ARMING OF U.S. MERCHANT CARGO VESSELS

NOTE: Order 167, Nov. 17, 1940, 6 F.R. 5881, reads as follows: Armed merchant passengercarrying vessels of the United States shall be exempt from the application of the provisions of subsection (4) of R.S. 4472, as amended; to the extent that such vessels may accept, transport, carry, convey, store, stow, or use on board such high explosives as are necessary for such armament when said high explosives are accepted, transported, carried, conveyed, stored, stowed, or used in accordance with the provisions of $$ 147.06-2 to 147.06-5, inclusive, of the regulations governIng explosives or other dangerous articles on board vessels. $ 147.06-1 Authorization.

Armed cargo vessels of the United States may accept, transport, carry, convey, store, stow or use such high explosives as are necessary for such armament when said high explosives are accepted, transported, carried, conveyed, stored, stowed or used in accordance with the provisions of $$ 147.06–2 to 147.06–5. (Order 168, 6 F.R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941) $ 147.06-2 Storage of high explosives.

Magazines shall be provided on board the vessel for the storage of high explosive ammunition (either fixed or separate loaded). Magazines may be located in an upper tween deck or a shelter deck cargo space, or in any other compartment below the weather deck, and adjacent to the gun mount, provided such magazines are not located over, under or adjacent to passenger spaces. The maximum separation possible shall be maintained between any magazine and any space allotted to the use of passengers or crew. Magazines shall not be constructed in bearing with the collision bulkhead nor with a bulkhead forming a boiler room, engine room, coal bunker

or galley boundary. If it is necessary to construct such magazines in proximity to these bulkheads, a cofferdam space of at least 4 feet shall be provided between the bulkhead and the magazine side. Consistent with the above restrictions magazines shall be constructed in locations selected by the Navy Department. A “ready" supply of shells may be stowed in “ready boxes” on deck adjacent to the gun mount. These “ready boxes” shall be as provided by, or constructed to a design furnished by, the Bureau of Ships, Navy Department. (Order 168, 6 F.R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941) § 147.06–3 Storage of small-arms am

munition. Small-arms ammunition having all the component parts necessary for one firing, all in one assembly, may be stowed in boxes or lockers in a location adjacent to the gun mounts, such location to be selected by the Navy Department. Boxes or lockers for the stowage of smallarms ammunition shall be as provided by, or constructed to a design furnished by, the Bureau of Ships, Navy Department. [ Order 168, 6 F.R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941) § 147.06-4 Care of ammunition.

The loading, stowage, handling and use of all ammunition intended for the guns mounted on the vessel shall be under the control of the commander of the armed guard or other representative of the Navy Department. (Order 168, 6 F.R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941) § 147.06–5 Construction of magazines.

Magazines shall be constructed in accordance with specifications furnished by or approved by, the Bureau of Ships, Navy Department. (Order 168, 6 F.R. 5882, Nov. 19, 1941)

List of Sections Affected

All sections of Title 46, Parts 146 to 149, of the Code of Federal Regulations which were affected by documents published in the FEDERAL REGISTER during the period 1949–1963 are enumerated in the following list. Hence, the list also includes documents which were revoked, superseded, deleted, or otherwise terminated during the same period. Reference to the list will enable the user to find the precise text which was in force and effect on any given date during the period 1949–1963. Page numbers refer to FEDERAL REGISTER pages. Page numbers of documents affecting sections but not specifically amending the text thereof appear in brackets.

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TITLE 46
Chapter 1:
Part 146

Proposed rules.
146.01–4
146.02-6a
146.02-8
146.02-13
146.02-14
146.02-15--146.02-16
146.05-15
146.05-17
146.08-11
146.20-1--146.20-300

146.20-7
146.20-90
146.20-100

146.20-200
146.22-1-146.22-100
146.23-1-146.23-100
146.24-1-146.24-100

146.24-80

146.24-100 146.25-1-146.25-400

146.25-45

146.25-200
146.28–1–146.28-2
146.28-3
146.28-5
146.2849_146.28-12
146.28-16
146.28-18-146.28-19
146.28-22
146.29-1
146.29-3
146.29-6
146.29-23

146.29-100
Part 147.

Proposed rules..
147.03–3–147.03-4
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Paint and varnish remov. Liquid preparations with solvent No label required.

ing compounds (when properties to soften up paint or possessing a flashpoint varnish, thus permitting ready above 160° F.)

removal. Certification for use as an Article of Ships' Stores and Supplies on board passenger vessels

is required.
Liquefied or non-lique- Inflammable gas.

fied petroleum gas (ex- Components include propane, pro-
cept that which is used pylene, butane, butylene, and bu-
as “fuel for heating, tadiene.
cooking, lighting”). Vapors from most petroleum gases

are heavier than air ana will form
an explosive mixture with air rner
varying ranges.

Red gas

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The service system and refrig

erant permitted for various type vessels is as follows: General refrigeration service:

Direct system.

Indirect system.
Any of the approved refriger-

ants in Groups "A" and "B".

None.

None.

None.

GROUP "B"

Green gas.

Ammonia.

Air conditioning service:

Direct system.

Unit system.
Any of the approved refriger-

ants in Group “A” except

carbon dioxide.
Unit refrigeration service: In-

direct system.
Any of the approved refriger.
ants in Groups "A" and

“B”.
Direct and indirect systems..

Green gas..

Permitted.
Ammonia.
Weakly inflammable crplosive with

about 16% to 25% in air.
Vapors lighter than air.
Poisonous, even in small quantities

less than 1%.
Irritating odor gives warning of

presence.
Pressure about 515 lbs. at 150° F.

Accept in ICC cylinders only.
1 Refrigerating systems are divided into classes, descriptive of the method employed for extracting heat as follows:

Direct system is one in which the evaporator is in direct contact with the material or space refrigerated or is located
In air circulating passages communicating with such spaces.

Indirect system is one in which a liquid, such as brine or water cooled by the refrigerant, is circulated to the material
or space refrigerated or is used to cool air so circulated.

and supplies of a dangerous nature-Continued

Required conditions for transportation-Continued

Passenger vessel

Ferry vessel, passenger or vehicle

R. R. car ferry, passenger or rehiele

Stowage: In vessels' paint room and Storage: In vessels' paint room and Storage: In vessels' paint room and paint lockers. paint lockers.

paint lockers Containers: Metal containers as fur. Containers: Metal containers as fur. Containers: Metal containers as far nished by the trade. All containers nished by the trade. All contain: nished by the trade. All contain. when not in actual use shall be ers when not in actual use shall be ers when not in actual use shall be tightly closed. tightly closed.

tightly closed.

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Unit system is one which has been assembled and tested prior to its installation and which is installed with refrigerant containing parts completely assembled.

2 Reserve supply of refrigerant may be stowed in any cool, isolated location (excepting a cargo hold, or passenger or crew spaces) on board the vessel. Racks shall be provided and the containers secured therein. Valve protection cap shall be in place on cylinders.

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