2006 New York Code - Fires And Lights On Vessels Transporting Petroleum.



 
    *  §  27-4280  Fires  and lights on vessels transporting petroleum. It
  shall be unlawful for the owner or for any of the  officers,  employees,
  or  crew  of any ship, vessel, canal boat, barge, lighter, boat or other
  craft lying at or within one hundred fifty feet of any warehouse,  yard,
  shed,  dock,  pier,  bulkhead, wharf or other place within the city, at,
  in, or on which petroleum oil, or any of its  products,  is  stored,  or
  kept  for  export,  or in quantities exceeding ten thousand gallons; or,
  for any other person or persons, to bring, keep, have or use, or  suffer
  or  permit  to  be brought, kept, had or used on board of any such ship,
  vessel, canal boat, barge, lighter, boat or other craft, or at,  in,  or
  on any such warehouse, shed, yard, dock, pier, bulkhead, wharf, or other
  place,  any  lighted  match, or lighted cigar, cigarette or pipe, or any
  fire or  light  of  any  kind,  without  or  otherwise  than  in  strict
  conformity   with   written   permission   of   the   owner,  lessee  or
  superintendent of such warehouse,  shed,  yard,  dock,  pier,  bulkhead,
  wharf,  or other place, specifying the fire or light to be kept, had, or
  used, the particular purpose for, and the place or  spot  at  which  the
  same may be so kept, had, or used, and the particular manner of keeping,
  having,  or  using  the same. This section shall not apply to steam tugs
  while transacting their ordinary business, nor  to  steam  fire  engines
  engaged in extinguishing fires.
 
  * NB Amended L.L. 80/85 § 15, language juxtaposed per Ch. 907/85 § 14

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