46 CFR 148.02-3 - Dangerous cargo manifest.

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§ 148.02-3 Dangerous cargo manifest.
(a) Each vessel, except for unmanned barges, transporting solid hazardous materials in bulk under the terms of this part must have on board a dangerous cargo manifest, kept in a conspicuous place on or near the bridge house, on which the following information is entered:
(1) Name of vessel and official number. (If the vessel has no official number, the international radio call sign must be substituted.)
(2) Nationality of vessel.
(3) The name of the hazardous material as listed in § 148.01-7(a) of this part.
(4) The hold(s) in which the material is being transported.
(5) The quantity of the material loaded in each hold.
(6) Date and signature of Master of the vessel's owner or his authorized representative to acknowledge correctness of the dangerous cargo manifest.
(b) [Reserved]
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    1. 80 FR 57305 - Amendments to Rules of Practice and Procedure Governing Time and Service in Adjudicatory Proceedings
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      Direct final rule; request for comments.
      This rule is effective November 30, 2015, without further action, unless significant adverse comments are filed prior to October 30, 2015. If significant adverse comment is received the Federal Maritime Commission will publish a timely withdrawal in the Federal Register .
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