Rules and Regulations Governing Anchorage Grounds in Hampton Roads and the Harbors of Norfolk and Newport News, Virginia: Including Regulations to Govern the Use and Navigation of Said Waters by Vessels, Other Than Common Carriers, Carrying Explosives. March 27, 1935
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1935 - Hampton Roads (Norfolk, Va.) - 13 pages
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Page 1 - A vessel upon being notified to move into the anchorage limits or to shift its position on anchorage grounds, must get under way at once or signal for a tug, and must change position as directed with reasonable promptness.
Page 1 - ... work, but only in quantities considered by him safe and necessary. The district engineer shall prescribe the conditions under which this explosive shall be stored and handled, and shall in each case furnish the captain of the port with a copy of the written permit to anchor explosives on the work and a copy of the rules and regulations for the storage and handling.
Page 2 - States of explosives and other dangerous articles, including inflammable liquids, inflammable solids, oxidizing materials, corrosive liquids, compressed gases, and poisonous substances, which shall be binding upon all common carriers engaged in interstate or foreign commerce which transport explosives or other dangerous articles by land or water...