SEC. 7-214.  USE OF INFLAMMABLES ON MOORED VESSEL.
   No person shall:
   (A)   Use a spray gun for any purpose except spraying water, or use a torch for welding or burning, upon a float or aboard a vessel moored thereto in the inland waterway;
   (B)   Store any cloth subjected to solvent, oil or paint, or store any highly flammable substance, upon a float or aboard a vessel moored thereto in the inland waterway; provided, however, paint products and motor fuel may be stored in closed, airtight metal containers or in tanks produced commercially for the specific purpose; or
   (C)   Burn paint, or use or permit an open fire for any purpose, upon a float or aboard a vessel moored thereto in the inland waterway; provided, however, a hibachi may be used on the open deck of a vessel or float under safe conditions.
(`64 Code, Sec. 18.1-12)  (Ord. No. 2484)