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319.3.4 Lumber and Other Combustible Material Storage
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Lumber and other combustible materials shall be stored in accordance with FC Chapter 19, at a location separate from the area in which marine vessel construction or repair, marine vessel or watercraft fueling, or other work involving the handling or use of flammable or combustible liquids or open flames is conducted.
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