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[75 Stat. 406]
[75 Stat. 406]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961

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PUBLIC LAW 87-167-AUG. 30, 1961

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(iii) Date and place of ballasting, /iv) Date and time of discharge of ballast water. (v) Place or position of ship. (vi) Approximate amount of oil contaminated water transferred to slop t a n k (s). (vii) Identity numbers of slop tank (s). (C) Cleaning of cargo tanks. (i) Identity numbers of tank (s) cleaned, (ii) Type of oil previously contained in t a n k (s). (iii) Identity numbers of slop tank(s) to which washings transferred. (iv) Dates and times of cleaning. (D) Settling in slop tank(s) and discharge of water, (i) Identity numbers of slop tank (s). (ii) Period of settling (in hours). (iii) Date and time of discharge of water. (iv) Place or position of ship. (v) Approximate quantities of residue. (E) Disposal from ship of oily residues from slop tanks and other sources. (i) Date and method of disposal. (ii) Place or position of ship. (iii) Sources and approximate quantities. (F) Signature of Officer or Officers in Charge of the operations concerned and Signature of the Master. (2)

FOR S H I P S OTHER T H A N TANKERS.—

(A) Date of entry. (B) Ballasting, or cleaning during voyage, of bunker fuel tanks. (i) Identity number of tank. (ii) Type of oil previously contained in tank. (iii) Date and place of ballasting. (iv) Date and time of discharge of ballast or washing water. (v) Place or position of ship. (vi) Whether separator used: if so, give period of use. (vii) Disposal of oily residue retained on board. (C) Disposal from ship of oily residues from bunker fuel tanks and other sources, (i) Date and method of disposal. (ii) Place or position of ship. (iii) Sources and approximate quantities. (D) Signature of officer or officers in charge of the operations concerned and signature of the master. (3)

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FOR A L L S H I P S. —

(A) Date of entry. (B) Accidental and other exceptional discharges or escapes of oil. (i) Date and time of occurrence, (ii) Place or position of ship. (iii) Approximate quantity and type of oil. (iv) Circumstances of discharge or escape and general remarks. (C) Signature of office or officers in charge of the operations concerned and signature of the master. (b) The booklet shall be furnished free to all seagoing ships of American registry subject to this Act. The provisions of section 140 ^f ^j^je 5, United States Code shall not apply. The ownership of the