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TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER I—CARGO AND MISCELLANEOUS VESSELS

PART 97—OPERATIONS

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Subpart 97.01—APPLICATION

§97.01-1
General; preemptive effect.
§97.01-2
Incorporation by reference.
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Subpart 97.05—NOTICE TO MARINERS AND AIDS TO NAVIGATION

§97.05-1
Duty of officers.
§97.05-5
Charts and nautical publications.
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Subpart 97.07—NOTICE AND REPORTING OF CASUALTY AND VOYAGE RECORDS

§97.07-1
Notice and reporting of casualty and voyage records.
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Subpart 97.10—PERSONS ALLOWED IN PILOTHOUSE AND ON NAVIGATION BRIDGE

§97.10-1
Application.
§97.10-5
Persons excluded.
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Subpart 97.11—STABILITY LETTER

§97.11-1
Posting.
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Subpart 97.12—BULK SOLID CARGOES

§97.12-1
Definition of a bulk solid cargo.
§97.12-3
Guidance for the master.
§97.12-5
Bulk solid cargoes that may liquefy.
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Subpart 97.13—STATION BILLS

§97.13-1
Muster lists, emergency signals, and manning.
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Subpart 97.15—TESTS, DRILLS, AND INSPECTIONS

§97.15-1
Application.
§97.15-3
Steering gear, whistle, and means of communication.
§97.15-5
Drafts and load line markings.
§97.15-7
Verification of vessel compliance with applicable stability requirements.
§97.15-10
Sanitation.
§97.15-15
Examination of boilers and machinery.
§97.15-17
Loading doors.
§97.15-20
Hatches and other openings.
§97.15-30
Emergency lighting and power systems.
§97.15-35
Emergency training, musters, and drills.
§97.15-55
Requirements for fuel oil.
§97.15-60
Firefighting equipment, general.
§97.15-75
Test of inflatable hopper gate seals on Great Lakes bulk dry cargo vessels.
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Subpart 97.16—AUTO PILOT

§97.16-1
Use of auto pilot.
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Subpart 97.19—MANEUVERING CHARACTERISTICS

§97.19-1
Data required.
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Subpart 97.20—WHISTLING

§97.20-1
Unnecessary whistling prohibited.
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Subpart 97.25—SEARCHLIGHTS

§97.25-1
Improper use prohibited.
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Subpart 97.27—LOOKOUTS

§97.27-5
Master's and officer's responsibility.
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Subpart 97.30—REPORTS OF ACCIDENTS, REPAIRS, AND UNSAFE EQUIPMENT

§97.30-1
Repairs to boilers and pressure vessels.
§97.30-5
Accidents to machinery.
§97.30-10
Notice required before repair.
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Subpart 97.33—COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DECKHOUSES

§97.33-1
When required.
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Subpart 97.34—WORK VESTS

§97.34-1
Application.
§97.34-5
Approved types of work vests.
§97.34-10
Use.
§97.34-15
Shipboard stowage.
§97.34-20
Shipboard inspections.
§97.34-25
Additional requirements for hybrid work vests.
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Subpart 97.35—LOGBOOK ENTRIES

§97.35-1
Application.
§97.35-3
Logbooks and records.
§97.35-5
Actions required to be logged.
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Subpart 97.36—DISPLAY OF PLANS

§97.36-1
When required.
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Subpart 97.37—MARKINGS FOR FIRE AND EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT, ETC.

§97.37-1
Application.
§97.37-3
General.
§97.37-5
General alarm bell contact maker.
§97.37-7
General alarm bells.
§97.37-9
Carbon dioxide and clean agent alarms.
§97.37-10
Fire extinguishing system branch lines.
§97.37-11
Carbon dioxide warning signs.
§97.37-13
Fire extinguishing system controls.
§97.37-15
Fire hose stations.
§97.37-20
Self-contained breathing apparatus.
§97.37-23
Hand portable fire extinguishers.
§97.37-25
Emergency lights.
§97.37-33
Instructions for changing steering gear.
§97.37-35
Rudder orders.
§97.37-42
Markings for lifesaving appliances, instructions to passengers, and stowage locations.
§97.37-47
Portable magazine chests.
§97.37-50
Ventilation alarm failure.
§97.37-60
Watertight doors.
§97.37-90
Vessels contracted for prior to November 19, 1952.
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Subpart 97.40—MARKINGS ON VESSELS

§97.40-1
Application.
§97.40-5
Hull markings.
§97.40-10
Draft marks and draft indicating systems.
§97.40-15
Load line marks.
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Subpart 97.45—CARRYING OF EXCESS STEAM

§97.45-1
Master and chief engineer responsible.
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Subpart 97.47—ROUTING INSTRUCTIONS

§97.47-1
All persons must comply.
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Subpart 97.50—COMPLIANCE WITH PROVISIONS OF CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION

§97.50-1
Master or person in charge responsible.
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Subpart 97.53—EXHIBITION OF MERCHANT MARINER CREDENTIAL

§97.53-1
Officers.
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Subpart 97.55—DE-ENERGIZING OF CARGO HOLD LIGHTING CIRCUITS WHEN GRAIN OR OTHER COMBUSTIBLE BULK CARGO IS CARRIED

§97.55-1
Master's responsibility.
§97.55-5
Warning notice posted.
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Subpart 97.80—OPERATION OF VEHICLES IN ENCLOSED LOCATIONS

§97.80-1
Special operating conditions.
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Subpart 97.90—PILOT BOARDING OPERATIONS

§97.90-1
Pilot boarding operation.
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Subpart 97.95—PERSON IN CHARGE OF TRANSFER OF LIQUID CARGO IN BULK

§97.95-1
General.


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