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plan approvals, initial tests and procedures consistent with other testing practices and procedures followed in merchant marine safety activities. These portable tanks will be subjected to initial tests, including a demonstration of a prototype tank in order to assure that such a tank when loaded will have a satisfactory behavior when lifted which is stable and controllable. These portable tanks will be subjected to tests and inspection by Coast Guard marine inspectors every four years. However, if such portable tank is damaged during the four-year period, then such tank shall be tested and examined during and at the completion of the repairs and prior to the portable tank being placed again in use.

k. Combustible liquids in Interstate Commerce Commission's approved tank cars and tank trucks (for inflammable liquids) and specification ICC-51 portable tanks (complying with ICC requirements) are considered acceptable for stowage on the open weather deck; however, such containers may be stowed below the weather deck only if the Commandant is satisfied that the minimum requirements in these regulations are met and such containers have required venting and outage.

Federal Register of February 1, 1963.

KNOX PYRENONE B INDUSTRIAL AND MILL SPRAY CON

CENTRATE. Sea-Air Chemical Corp., 32-00

Borden Avenue, Long Island City 1, N.Y.: Certificate No. 203, dated 8 Feb

ruary 1963, BOSUN'S MATE. Certificate No. 214, dated 8 Feb

ruary 1963, SYN-CLEANER. Certificate No. 298, dated 8 Feb

ruary 1963, STEAM-CLEAN

#405. Certificate No. 332, dated 8 Feb

ruary 1963, STEAM-CLEAN

404. Certificate No. 335, dated 8 Feb

ruary 1963, ELECTRO-CLEAN. Certificate No. 344, dated 18 Feb

ruary 1963, DISOLVOL. Certificate No. 380, dated 18 Feb

ruary 1963, FOILZOIL. The Penetone Co., Tenafly, N.J.: Certificate No. 554, dated 19 Feb

ruary 1963, NAVITONE. Certificate No. 555, dated 19 Feb

ruary 1963, SOLUTE.

Certificate No. 352, dated 1 Feb

ruary 1963, MAGNUS FUEL

OIL TREATMENT SPECIAL. American Lubricants Co., 1227 Deeds

Avenue, Dayton 1, Ohio, Certificate No. 349, dated 1 February

1963, BIXON #1800. The Tiffany Co., 1227 Deeds Ave

nue, Dayton 1, Ohio, Certificate No. 371, dated 1 February 1963,

T-A-P. Plunkett Chemical Co., 3500 South

Morgan Street, Chicago 9, Ill., Certificate No. 381, dated 1 February 1963, PC-400 LIQUID

BOWL CLEANER. United Chemetrics, 600 South

Fourth Street, Richmond,

Calif.:
Certificate No. 455, dated 1 Feb-

ruary 1963, UNITED DUAL

PURPOSE OIL ADDITIVE. Certificate No. 456, dated 1 Feb

ruary 1963, DESCALER. Certificate No. 457, dated 1 Feb

ruary 1963, ‘UNDERWAY'

TANK CLEANER.
Certificate No. 458, dated 1 Feb-

ruary 1963, OIL SPILL EMUL

SIFIER.
Certificate No. 459, dated 1 Feb-

ruary 1963, 'OILSIDE'

CLEANER.
Certificate No. 460, dated 1 Feb-

ruary 1963, BURNER TIP

CLEANER.
Dunham Chemical Co., 840 North

Michigan Avenue, Chicago 11,
Ill., Certificate No. 478, dated 1

February 1963, DUNHAM C-289. DuBois Chemicals, Inc., Broadway

at Seventh, Cincinnati 2, Ohio: Certificate No. 511, dated 1 Febru

ary 1963, M-302 OIL EMUL

SIFIER.
Certificate No. 513, dated 1 Febru-

ary 1963, M-300 DEGREASER. Certificate No. 514, dated 1 Febru

ary 1963, M-900 EMULSION

BREAKER.
Certificate No. 517, dated 1 Febru-

ary 1963, M-301 DEGREASER.

CANCELED

EQUIPMENT APPROVED BY THE COMMANDANT

(EDITOR'S NOTE.—Due to space limitations, it is not possible to publish the documents regarding approvals and terminations of approvals of equipment published in the Federal Register dated February 7, 1963 (CGFR 63–3) and Federal Register dated February 27, 1963 (CGFR 63-5). Copies of these documents may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C.)

(Failed to renew in accordance with

46 CFR 147.03-9) West Chemical Products, Inc., 42–16

West Street, Long Island City 1,
N.Y., Certificate No. 147, dated

1 February 1963, WESTOFUME. The Clarkson Laboratories, Inc.,

1450 Ferry Avenue, Camden 4, N.J., Certificate No. 160, dated 1

February 1963, MULSIFOR. Nocon Products Corp., 62 William

Street, New York 5, N.Y., Certificate No. 176, dated 1 February

1963, NOCO-MET. Malter Supply Co., Inc., 545 Maga

zine Street, New Orleans 12,

La.:
Certificate No. 232, dated 1 Feb-

ruary 1963, MALCO MS-1025

SOLV.
Certificate No. 237, dated 1 Feb-

ruary 1963, MALCO XL CAR

BURETOR CLEANER. Magnus Chemical Co., Inc., Gar

wood, N.J.: Certificate No. 324, dated 1 Febru

ary 1963, MAGNUS AUTO

MATIC TANK WASH. Certificate No. 326, dated 1 Febru

ary 1963, MAGKLEEN #1. Certificate No. 329, dated 1 February

1963, MAGNUS DEGREASER 7-11. Certificate No. 330, dated 1 Febru

ary 1963, MAGNUS FUEL OIL

TREATMENT.
Certificate No. 331, dated 1 Feb-

ruary 1963, MAGNUS LUBRI

FIN.
Certificate No. 333, dated 1 Feb-

ruary 1963, MAGNUS SUPER
SCALE SOLVE.

ARTICLES OF SHIPS' STORES AND SUPPLIES

AFFIDAVIT

Articles of ships' stores and supplies certificated from 1 February to 28 February 1963, inclusive, for use on board vessels in accordance with the provisions of part 147 of the regulations governing “Explosives or Other Dangerous Articles on Board Vessels" are as follows:

The following affidavit was accepted during the period from 14 January 1963 to 15 February 1963:

The Lunkenheimer Co., Box 360, Annex Station, Cincinnati 14, Ohio, Heats No. 665, 666, 667 & 668.

CERTIFIED

NOTE: Hoke Incorporated, One Tenakill Park, Cresskill, N.J., will be deleted in the Formerly Approved Affidavit Section and will be added to the Currently Acceptable Affidavit Section in the revised edition of CG190 for the following item --VALVES.

Knox Chemical Co., 18 East Kinzie

Street, Chicago 11, Ill., Certificate No. 174 dated 4 February 1963,

MERCHANT MARINE SAFETY PUBLICATIONS

The following publications that are directly applicable to the Merchant Marine are available and may be obtained upon request from the nearest Marine Inspection Office of the United States Coast Guard. The date of each publication is indicated in parentheses following its title. The dates of the Federal Registers affecting each publication are noted after the date of each edition.

CG No.

TITLE OF PUBLICATION 101 Specimen Examination for Merchant Marine Deck Officers (7-1-58). 108 Rules and Regulations for Military Explosives and Hazardous Munitions (8-1-62). 115 Marine Engineering Regulations and Material Specifications (2-1-61). F.R. 9–30–61, 9-11-62, 12-28-62. 123 Rules and Regulations for Tank Vessels (1-2–62). F.R. 5-2-62, 9-11-62, 2-6-63. 129 Proceedings of the Merchant Marine Council (Monthly). 169 Rules of the Road International Inland (6-1-62), 1-18-63. 172 Rules of the Road-Great Lakes (6-1-62). F.R. 8-31-62. 174 A Manual for the Safe Handling of Inflammable and Combustible Liquids (7-2-51). 175 Manual for Lifeboatmen, Able Seamen, and Qualified Members of Engine Department 19-1-60). 176 Load Line Regulation (9-1-61). F.R. 7-27-62, 11-14-62, 2-2-63. 182 Specimen Examinations for Merchant Marine Engineer Licenses (12-1-59). 184 Rules of the RoadWestern Rivers (6-1-62). 190 Equipment Lists (4–2–62). F.R. 5–17–62, 5–25–62, 7-24–62, 8-4-62, 8-11-62, 9-11-62, 10-4-62, 10–30–62,

11-22-62, 11-24-62, 12-29-62, 1-4-63, 1-8-63, 2–7–63, 2-27-63. 191 Rules and Regulations for Licensing and Certificating of Merchant Marine Personnel (6-1-62). F.R. 10-4-62, 12

28–62, 1-22–63. 200 Marine Investigation Regulations and Suspension and Revocation Proceedings (7-1-58). F.R. 3–30–60, 5-6-60,

12-8-60, 7-4-61, 5-2-62, 10–5–62. 220 Specimen Examination Questions for Licenses as Master, Mate, and Pilot of Central Western Rivers Vessels (4-1-57). 227 Laws Governing Marine Inspection (7—3—50). 239 Security of Vessels and Waterfront Facilities (8-1-61). F.R. 12-12-61, 8–8–62, 8-31-62, 11-15-62, 1-30–1963. 249 Merchant Marine Council Public Hearing Agenda (Annually). 256 Rules and Regulations for Passenger Vessels (1-2-62). F.R. 5-2-62, 9-11-62, 12-28-62. 257 Rules and Regulations for Cargo and Miscellaneous Vessels (3-2-59). F.R. 4-25–59, 6–18–59, 6-20–59, 7-9-59,

7-21-59, 9-5-59, 5-6-60, 5-12-60, 10-25-60, 11-5-60, 11-17-60, 12-8-60, 12-24-60, 7-4-61, 9-30-61,

10-25–61, 12–13–61, 5–2–62, 9-11-62, 2-1-63, 2–6–63. 258 Rules and Regulations for Uninspected Vessels (9-1-61). F.R. 1-20–62, 4-24-62, 5-2–62, 9-11-62. 259 Electrical Engineering Regulations (12-1-60). F.R. 9–30–61, 9–23–61, 5-2-62, 9-11-62. 266 Rules and Regulations for Bulk Grain Cargoes (5-1-62). F.R. 9-11-62. 268 Rules and Regulations for Manning of Vessels (9–1-60). F.R. 5-5-61, 6-28-61, 12-16–61. 269 Rules and Regulations for Nautical Schools (3-1-60). F.R. 3–30–60, 8–18–60, 11–5–60, 7–4–61, 9–30–61,

12-13–61, 5-2-62, 9-11-62. 270 Rules and Regulations for Marine Engineering Installations Contracted for Prior to July 1, 1935 (11-19-52), F.R.

12-5-53, 12-28–55, 6–20–59, 3-17-60. 293 Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment List (6-1-62). 320 Rules and Regulations for Artificial Islands and Fixed Structures on the Outer Continental Shelf (10-1-59). F.R.

10-25-60, 11–3–61, 4-10–62, 8–31-62. 323 Rules and Regulations for Small Passenger Vessels (Not More Than 65 Feet in Length) (6-1-61). F.R. 9-11-62,

10–5–62, 12-28-62, 1-22-63. 329 Fire Fighting Manual for Tank Vessels (4-1-58).

Official changes in rules and regulations are published in the Federal Register, which is printed daily except Sunday, Monday, and days following holidays. The Federal Register is a sales publication and may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C. It is furnished by mail to subscribers for $1.50 per month or $15 per year, payable in advance. Individual copies desired may be purchased as long as they are available. The charge for individual copies of the Federal Register varies in proportion to the size of the issue and will be 15 cents unless otherwise noted in the table of changes below.

CHANGES PUBLISHED DURING FEBRUARY 1963

The following have been modified by Federal Registers:
CG-257, Federal Register, February 1, 1963.
CG-176, Federal Register, February 2, 1963.
CG-123 and CG-257, Federal Register, February 6, 1963.
CG-190, Federal Register, February 7, and February 27, 1963,

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1963

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Captain A. H. McComb, Jr., USCG

Chief, International Maritime Safety Coordinating
Staft, Member

Commander W. F. Rea III, USCG

Chief, Merchant Vessel Inspection Division,
Member

A PROJECT IS being instituted on the Great Lakes for conversion of elderly bulk ships into unmanned barges propelled by tugs. The first ship to undergo conversion will be the Wilson Marine Institute Company vessel, Horace S. Wilkinson. The 600-foot ship, built in 1917, will have its superstructure and powerplant removed by the Nelson Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., and a special "notched" stern will be installed. All deck machinery, including mooring wrenches will be modified to run on air supplied by diesel power compressors.

Captain William R. Sayer, USCG

Executivo Secretary and Member

Mr. K. S. Harrison

Chief Counsel

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LCDR N. B. Binns, USCG, Editor
LT C. T. Lusk, USCG, Assistant Editor
T. A. DeNardo, Publication Manager

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