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Chapter 51



Chapter 51, Reduced Fare Transportation Program, was adopted as R.1975 d.113, effective 4/30/1975. See: 7 N.J.R. 63(b), 7 N.J.R. 280(b).Subchapter 1, Introduction, Subchapter 2, Identification and Registration, and Subchapter 3, Agreements with Carriers for Services and Payment, were adopted as R.1977 d.224, effective 6/23/1977. See: 9 N.J.R. 97(a), 9 N.J.R. 349(a).Chapter 51, Reduced Fare Transportation Program, was recodified to N.J.A.C. 16:73 by R.1982 d.40, effective 2/16/1982. See: 13 N.J.R. 881(a), 14 N.J.R. 209(a).Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was adopted as new rules by R.1987 d.148, effective 4/6/1987. See: 19 N.J.R. 182(a), 19 N.J.R. 553(c).Pursuant to Executive Order No. 66(1978), Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.1992 d.116, effective 2/14/1992. See: 24 N.J.R. 78(b), 24 N.J.R. 968(c).Pursuant to Executive Order No. 66(1978), Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.1997 d.115, effective 2/13/1997. See: 29 N.J.R. 100(b), 29 N.J.R. 912(a).Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.2001 d.384, effective 9/21/2001. See: 33 N.J.R. 2271(a), 33 N.J.R. 3665(a).Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.2007 d.105, effective 3/15/2007. As a part of R.2007 d.105, Subchapter 5, Rehearing, Reargument or Reconsideration, was renamed Rehearing or Reconsideration; Subchapter 11, Tariffs, was repealed; Subchapter 12, Notice Regarding Changes in Fares or Operating Schedules, was recodified as Subchapter 11; and Subchapter 13, Compliance with Orders, Decisions and Recommendations, was recodified as Subchapter 12 and renamed Compliance with Orders and Decisions, effective 4/16/2007. See: 38 N.J.R. 4638(a), 39 N.J.R. 1489(b).In accordance with N.J.S.A. 52:14B-5.1b, Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was scheduled to expire on March 15, 2014. See: 43 N.J.R. 1203(a).Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.2014 d.085, effective 4/16/2014. See: Source and Effective Date. See, also, section annotations.In accordance with N.J.S.A. 52:14B-5.1b, Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was scheduled to expire on April 16, 2021. See: 46 N.J.R. 872(a).




Chapter 51



CHAPTER SOURCE AND EFFECTIVE DATE: Effective: February 24, 2021. See: 53 N.J.R. 543(c). CHAPTER HISTORICAL NOTE: Chapter 51, Reduced Fare Transportation Program, was adopted as R.1975 d.113, effective April 30, 1975. See: 7 N.J.R. 63(b), 7 N.J.R. 280(b). Subchapter 1, Introduction, Subchapter 2, Identification and Registration, and Subchapter 3, Agreements with Carriers for Services and Payment, were adopted as R.1977 d.224, effective June 23, 1977. See: 9 N.J.R. 97(a), 9 N.J.R. 349(a). Chapter 51, Reduced Fare Transportation Program, was recodified to N.J.A.C. 16:73 by R.1982 d.40, effective February 16, 1982. See: 13 N.J.R. 881(a), 14 N.J.R. 209(a). Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was adopted as new rules by R.1987 d.148, effective April 6, 1987. See: 19 N.J.R. 182(a), 19 N.J.R. 553(c). Pursuant to Executive Order No. 66(1978), Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.1992 d.116, effective February 14, 1992. See: 24 N.J.R. 78(b), 24 N.J.R. 968(c). Pursuant to Executive Order No. 66(1978), Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.1997 d.115, effective February 13, 1997. See: 29 N.J.R. 100(b), 29 N.J.R. 912(a). Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.2001 d.384, effective September 21, 2001. See: 33 N.J.R. 2271(a), 33 N.J.R. 3665(a). Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures Before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.2007 d.105, effective March 15, 2007. As a part of R.2007 d.105, Subchapter 5, Rehearing, Reargument or Reconsideration, was renamed Rehearing or Reconsideration; Subchapter 11, Tariffs, was repealed; Subchapter 12, Notice Regarding Changes in Fares or Operating Schedules, was recodified as Subchapter 11; and Subchapter 13, Compliance with Orders, Decisions and Recommendations, was recodified as Subchapter 12 and renamed Compliance with Orders and Decisions, effective April 16, 2007. See: 38 N.J.R. 4638(a), 39 N.J.R. 1489(b). In accordance with N.J.S.A. 52:14B-5.1b, Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was scheduled to expire on March 15, 2014. See: 43 N.J.R. 1203(a). Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures Before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted as R.2014 d.085, effective April 16, 2014. As a part of R.2014 d.085, Chapter 51 was renamed Practices and Procedures Before the Division of Inspection Services Bus Unit, effective May 19, 2014. See: 45 N.J.R. 2181(a), 46 N.J.R. 872(a). Chapter 51, Practices and Procedures before the Office of Regulatory Affairs, was readopted effective February 24, 2021. See: Source and Effective Date.


There are a few limited categories of vessels excluded from load line requirements. For example, small passenger vessels (i.e., less than 100 gross tons and inspected under Subchapter T) that only operate on domestic voyages are excluded. Refer to 46 USC 5102 for vessel applicability specifics.


Domestic load line certificates are issued to vessels that meet the requirements of U.S. load line regulations (which are found in 46 CFR Subchapter E). With minor exceptions, the U.S. requirements for an unrestricted domestic load line (suitable for high seas voyages) are the same as the requirements for an international ICLL load line. For this reason, an ICLL certificate is acceptable in lieu of a domestic certificate.


The statutory basis for the regulations comes from chapter 51 of Title 46 of the U.S. Code (46 USC chapter 51). However, some of the CFR regulations have been superseded by the recodification of 46 USC in 1988, which revamped certain load line requirements (particularly vessel applicability and penalties for overloading). Therefore, until the CFR regulations are revised, 46 USC chapter 51 must also be consulted.


This chapter of the Marine Safety Manual presents policies and guidance on various load line issues. However, this chapter has not been updated since 1990; therefore, the "Load Line Policy Notes" below must be consulted for later information. This volume of the MSM is posted here.


This chapter of the Marine Safety Manual presents direction to Coast Guard officials on the investigation of suspected load line violations. This chapter was updated in April, 2008, and supersedes the previous investigation chapter. This volume of the MSM is posted at www.uscg.mil/directives/cim/16000-16999/CIM_16000_10A.pdf. 041b061a72


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