Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1972 - Administrative law

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Page 889 - IV Secret Service, Department of the Treasury V Office of Foreign Assets Control, Department of the Treasury VI Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Department of the Treasury Title 32 — National Defense SUBTITLE A — Department of Defense I Office of the Secretary of Defense V Department of the Army VI Department of the Navy...
Page 10 - RS 4472, as amended, or any of the regulations established thereunder shall be subject to a penalty of not more than $2,000 for each violation. In the case of any such violation on the part of the owner, charterer, agent, master, or person In charge of the vessel, such vessel shall be liable for the penalty and may be seized and proceeded against by way of libel in the district court of the United States in any district in which such vessel may be found.
Page 87 - ... (b) The outside of each package must incorporate a feature such as a seal, which is not readily breakable and which, while intact, will be evidence that the package has not been illicitly opened. (c) The smallest outside dimension of any package must be 4 inches or greater. (d...
Page 176 - A combustible liquid is defined for the purpose of the regulations in this subchapter as any liquid which gives off inflammable (flammable) vapors (as determined by flash point from Tagliabue's open-cup tester as used for test of burning oils) at or below a temperature of 150 P. and above 80 P.
Page 588 - Poisonous gases or liquids of such nature that a very small amount of the gas, or vapor of the liquid, mixed with air is dangerous to life.
Page 588 - C poisons, which are known to be so toxic to man as to afford a hazard to health during transportation; or which, in the absence of adequate data on human toxicity, are presumed to be toxic to man because they fall within any one of the following categories when tested on laboratory animals: (1) Oral toxicity.
Page 148 - Containers must not be entirely filled. Sufficient interior space must be left vacant to prevent leakage or distortion of containers due to the expansion of the contents from Increase of temperature during transit. Each outside container shall be plainly marked "Propellant Explosives (Liquid) Class B.'r No label required. No label required. Stowage— magazine or: "On deck under cover.
Page 556 - Each completed container filled for shipment must have been heated until the pressure In the container Is equivalent to the equilibrium pressure of the content at 130 P.
Page 67 - The senior deck officer shall see that tests of the carbon monoxide content of the atmosphere are made as frequently as conditions require. Such tests shall be made in the area in which persons are working, by persons acquainted with the test equipment and procedure. The concentration of carbon monoxide in the holds and intermediate decks where persons are working shall be maintained at not more than 50 parts per million (0.005%) as a time weighted average, and persons shall be removed from the area...
Page 95 - IV radionuclides, except that for inert gases the limit is 1.000 curies. (2) Test conditions: The conditions which the package must be capable of withstanding must be applied sequentially, to determine their cumulative effect on a package, in the following order: (i) Free drop. A free drop through a distance of 30 feet onto a flat essentially unyielding horizontal target surface, striking the surface in a position for which maximum damage is expected.

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