Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1969 - Administrative law

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Page 199 - Parts 171-179 of this chapter are those acids, alkaline caustic liquids and other corrosive liquids which, when In contact with living tissue, will cause severe damage of such tissue, by chemical action; or in case of leakage, will materially damage or destroy other freight by chemical action; or are liable to cause fire when in contact with organic matter or with certain chemicals.
Page 327 - NOTE 1: For this purpose, a private track is a track outside of carrier's right-of-way, yard, and terminals, and of which the carrier does not own either the rails, ties, roadbed or right-of-way; or a track or portion of a track which is devoted to the purpose of its user, either by lease or written agreement; in which case the lease or written agreement will be considered as equivalent to ownership. NOTE 2: Carriers should give permission for the unloading of these containers on carrier tracks only...
Page 46 - It is necessary occasionally to distinguish between consultants and advisers who are special Government employees and persons who are invited to appear at a department or agency in a representative capacity to speak for firms or an industry, or for labor or agriculture, or for any other recognizable group of persons, including, on occasion, the public at large. A consultant or adviser whose advice is obtained by a department or agency from time to time because of his individual qualifications and...
Page 3 - Whoever * * * steals, purloins, or knowingly converts to his use or the use of another, or without authority, sells, conveys or disposes of any record * * * or thing of value of the United States or of any department or agency thereof * * * shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned not more than...
Page 363 - Explosives placards or markings required by 177.823 shall be secured, in the appropriate locations, directly to the equipment transporting the explosives. If the vehicle is provided with placard boards, the placards must be applied to these boards. (c) Explosives on vehicles in combination. Class A explosives may not be loaded into or carried on any vehicle of a combination of vehicles If: (1) More than two cargo carrying vehicles are In the combination ; (2) Any full trailer in the combination...
Page 596 - Test by dropping, filled with water to 98 percent capacity, from height of 4 feet onto solid concrete so as to strike diagonally on chime, or when without chime seam, to strike on other circumferential seam; also additional test on any other parts which might be considered weaker than the chime.
Page 603 - Leakage test. (a) Each container shall be tested, with seams under water or covered with soapsuds or heavy oil, by interior air pressure of at least 7 pounds per square inch for containers over 12 gallons capacity and at least 5 pounds for others. Equally efficient means of testing are authorized upon demonstration and proof of satisfactory tests to representative of Bureau of Explosives. Leakers shall be rejected or repaired and retested.
Page 45 - Is by virtue of his membership thereon an officer or employee of the United States, the requirements of paragraphs (a), (b) , (c ) , and (d) should be carried out to the same extent as If he were serving the sponsoring department or agency separately and Individually. (f ) The 60-day standard affecting a special Government employee's private activities before his department or agency Is a standard of actual past service, as contrasted with the 130-day standard of estimated future service discussed...
Page 265 - One-piece corrugated fiberboard boxes at least 200-pound test with not more than one inside glass bottle or tube in a hermetically sealed metal can. Bottles must contain not over 1 pound of liquid, must be filled to not over 95 percent capacity, must be tightly and securely closed, and must be cushioned in cans with at least ',!• inch of absorbent material.

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