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Title 46Chapter ISubchapter IPart 90


TITLE 46—Shipping

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER I—CARGO AND MISCELLANEOUS VESSELS

PART 90—GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Subpart 90.01—AUTHORITY AND PURPOSE

§90.01-1
Purpose of regulations.
§90.01-7
Right of appeal.
§90.01-15
OMB control numbers assigned pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act.
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Subpart 90.05—APPLICATION

§90.05-1
Vessels subject to requirements of this subchapter.
§90.05-5
Specific application noted in text.
§90.05-7
Ocean or unlimited coastwise vessels on inland and Great Lakes routes.
§90.05-10
Application to vessels on an international voyage.
§90.05-20
Applicability to offshore supply vessels.
§90.05-25
Seagoing barge.
§90.05-35
Flammable and combustible liquid cargo in bulk.
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Subpart 90.10—DEFINITION OF TERMS USED IN THIS SUBCHAPTER

§90.10-1
Anniversary date.
§90.10-2
Approved.
§90.10-3
Barge.
§90.10-5
Carrying freight for hire.
§90.10-7
Commandant.
§90.10-9
Coast Guard District Commander.
§90.10-11
Coastwise.
§90.10-12
Gas free.
§90.10-13
Great Lakes.
§90.10-14
Headquarters.
§90.10-15
Industrial personnel.
§90.10-16
Industrial vessel.
§90.10-19
Lakes, bays, and sounds.
§90.10-20
Liftboat.
§90.10-21
Marine inspector or inspector.
§90.10-23
Motorboat.
§90.10-25
Ocean.
§90.10-27
Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection (OCMI).
§90.10-29
Passenger.
§90.10-30
Pilot boarding equipment and point of access.
§90.10-33
Rivers.
§90.10-35
Recognized classification society.
§90.10-36
Seagoing barge.
§90.10-37
Vessel.
§90.10-38
Specially suitable for vehicles.
§90.10-40
Offshore supply vessels.
§90.10-42
Tankerman.
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Subpart 90.15—EQUIVALENTS

§90.15-1
Conditions under which equivalents may be used.
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Subpart 90.20—GENERAL MARINE ENGINEERING REQUIREMENTS

§90.20-1
Marine engineering details.
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Subpart 90.25—GENERAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING REQUIREMENTS

§90.25-1
Electrical engineering details.
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Subpart 90.27—LIFESAVING APPLIANCES AND ARRANGEMENTS

§90.27-1
Lifesaving appliances and arrangements.
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Subpart 90.35—AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING'S STANDARDS

§90.35-1
Standards to be used.
§90.35-5
Where obtainable.


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