Coast Guard, DHS
Illness, alcohol, drugs—TB/
(a) No person, known by the individual in charge of a tank vessel to be
under the influence of liquor or other
stimulant, or to be ill to such an extent as to unfit him for any particular
service on the tank vessel, shall be allowed to perform such service while in
(b) When a member of the crew of a
tank vessel which is loading bulk cargo
of Grade A, B, or C arrives at the gangway and is observed to be in an intoxicated condition, he shall not be permitted to board the vessel without escort.
Subpart 35.07—Logbook Entries
(a) Except as specifically noted, the
provisions of this subpart shall apply
to all tank vessels.
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§ 35.07–5 Logbooks
(a) The master or person in charge of
a vessel that is required by 46 U.S.C.
11301 to have an official logbook shall
maintain the logbook on form CG-706.
The official logbook is available free to
masters of U.S.-flag vessels from the
officer in Charge, Marine Inspection, as
form CG-706B or CG-706C, depending on
the number of persons employed in the
crew. When the voyage is completed,
the master or person in charge shall
file the logbook with the Officer in
Charge, Marine Inspection.
(b) The master or person in charge of
a vessel that is not required by 46
U.S.C. 11301 to have an official logbook,
shall maintain, on board, an unofficial
logbook or record in any form desired
for the purposes of making entries
therein as required by law or regulations in this subchapter. Such logs or
records are not filed with the Officer in
Charge, Marine Inspection, but must be
kept available for review by a marine
inspector for a period of 1 year after
the date to which the records refer.
Separate records of tests and inspections of fire fighting equipment must
be maintained with the vessel’s logs for
the period of validity of the vessel’s
certificate of inspection.
[CGD 95–027, 61 FR 25999, May 23, 1996]
§ 35.07–10 Actions required to be
(a) General—TB/ALL. The actions and
observations noted in this section shall
be entered in the Official Logbook or in
logs or records considered to take place
of the Official Logbooks. This section
contains no requirements which are
not made in specific laws or in other
regulations in this subchapter, the
items being merely grouped together
(b) Entries—T/ALL. Entries shall be
made in the logs of tankships with respect to the following:
(1) Onboard training, musters, and
drills: held in accordance with subchapter W (Lifesaving Appliances or
Arrangements) of this chapter.
(2) Draft and load line marks. For
tankships of 150 gross tons and over,
prior to leaving port for ocean, coastwise, and Great Lakes voyages only.
See § 35.20–5.
(3) Verification of vessel compliance
with applicable stability requirements.
After loading and prior to departure
and at all other times necessary to assure the safety of the vessel. See
(4) Steering gear tests. Prior to departure, or for tank ships on voyages of
less than 48 hours duration or tankships operating on lakes, bays, sounds
and rivers, once every week. See § 35.20–
(5) Fuel oil data. Upon receipt of fuel
oil on board to be used as fuel. See
(6) Inspections and tests of firefighting equipment. Once every year.
See § 31.10–18 of this subchapter.
(7) Operation and inspection of the
emergency lighting and power systems.
Once in each week that the vessel is
navigated. See § 35.10–15.
(8) Cargo gear inspections: At least
once a month. See § 31.37–70 of this subchapter.
(c) Entries—B/ALL. Entries shall be
made in the records for tank barges
with respect to the following:
(1) Inspections and tests of firefighting equipment. Once every year.
See § 31.10–18 of this subchapter.
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