In a time charter, what dry cargo commodity restrictions are often imposed on time charterers?

Generally, certain commodities which may be injurious to the ship, such as bulk asphalt, pitch or tar, livestock, logs, acids, scrap, sulphur, petroleum coke, explosives, fishmeal and nuclear materials are expressly prohibited as cargo. Otherwise, the vessel may load any lawful merchandise.

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Does lawful merchandise include dangerous goods?

In respect of trading limits, what other document should a time charter not conflict with?