CFR46 Volume 8 Parts 200 to 499 Shipping 2017

Article number: 46-8

CFR 46 Code of Federal Regulations -- Shipping
Volume 8 of 9 Parts 200 to 499
Title 46 is the portion of the Code of Federal Regulations that governs shipping within the United States for the United States Coast Guard, the United States Maritime Administration, and the United States Maritime Commission. Title 46 and Title 33 of the Code of Federal Regulations are usually consulted by Classification societies, engineering firms, deck officers on oceangoing vessels, and marine engineers
CHAPTER II—MARITIME ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER A—POLICY, PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

200 [reserved]
201 rules of practice and procedure
202 procedures relating to review by secretary of transportation of actions by maritime subsidy board
203 procedures relating to conduct of certain hearings under the merchant marine act, 1936, as amended
204 claims against the maritime administration under the federal tort claims act
205 audit appeals; policy and procedure

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS AFFECTING MARITIME CARRIERS AND RELATED ACTIVITIES

221 regulated transactions involving documented vessels and other maritime interests
232 uniform financial reporting requirements

SUBCHAPTER C—REGULATIONS AFFECTING SUBSIDIZED VESSELS AND OPERATORS

249 approval of underwriters for marine hull insurance
251-252 [reserved]
272 requirements and procedures for conducting condition surveys and administering maintenance and repair subsidy
276 [reserved]
277 domestic and foreign trade; interpretations
280-283 [reserved]
287 establishment of construction reserve funds
289 insurance of construction-differential subsidy vessels, operating-differential subsidy vessels and of vessels sold or adjusted under the merchant ship sales act 1946
295 maritime security program (msp)
296 maritime security program (msp)

SUBCHAPTER D—VESSEL FINANCING ASSISTANCE

298 obligation guarantees

SUBCHAPTER E [RESERVED]

SUBCHAPTER F—POSITION REPORTING SYSTEM

307 establishment of mandatory position reporting system for vessels

SUBCHAPTER G—EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

308 war risk insurance
309 values for war risk insurance

SUBCHAPTER H—TRAINING

310 merchant marine training

SUBCHAPTER I-A—NATIONAL SHIPPING AUTHORITY

315 agency agreements and apppointment of agents
317 bonding of ship's personnel
324 procedural rules for financial transactions under agency agreements
325 procedure to be followed by general agents in preparation of invoices and payment of compensation pursuant to provisions of nsa order no. 47
326 marine protection and indemnity insurance under agreements with agents
327 seamen's claims; administrative action and litigation
328 slop chests
329 voyage data
330 launch services
332 repatriation of seamen
335 authority and responsibility of general agents to undertake emergency repairs in foreign ports
336 authority and responsibility of general agents to undertake in continental united states ports voyage repairs and service equipment of vessels operated for the account of the national shipping authority under general agency agreement
337 general agent's responsibility in connection with foreign repair custom's entries
338 procedure for accomplishment of vessel repairs under national shipping authority master lump sum repair contract—nsa-lumpsumrep
339 procedure for accomplishment of ship repairs under national shipping authority individual contract for minor repairs—nsa-worksmalrep
340 priority use and allocation of shipping services, containers and chassis, and port facilities and services for national security and national defense related operations

SUBCHAPTER I-B—CONTROL AND UTILIZATION OF PORTS

345 restrictions upon the transfer or change in use or in terms governing utilization of port facilities
346 federal port controllers
347 operating contract
349 reemployment rights of certain merchant seamen

SUBCHAPTER J—MISCELLANEOUS

350 seamen's service awards
351 depositories
355 requirements for establishing united states citizenship
356 requirements for vessels of 100 feet or greater in registered length to obtain a fishery endorsement to the vessel's documentation
370 claims
380 procedures
381 cargo preference—u.s.-flag vessels
382 determination of fair and reasonable rates for the carriage of bulk and packaged preference cargoes on u.s.-flag commercial vessels
383 reserved]
385 research and development grant and cooperative agreements regulations
386 regulations governing public buildings and grounds at the united states merchant marine academy
387 utilization and disposal of surplus federal real property for development or operation of a port facility
388 administrative waivers of the coastwise trade laws
389 determination of availability of coastwise-qualified vessels for transportation OF platform jackets

SUBCHAPTER K—REGULATIONS UNDER PUBLIC LAW 91-469

390 capital construction fund
391 federal income tax aspects of the capital construction fund
392 reserved]
393 america's marine highway program
394-399 [reserved]

CHAPTER III—COAST GUARD (GREAT LAKES PILOTAGE), DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

400 [reserved]
401 great lakes pilotage regulations
402 great lakes pilotage rules and orders
403 great lakes pilotage uniform accounting system
404 great lakes pilotage ratemaking
405-499 [reserved]