The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974 - Administrative law
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

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Page 348 - В explosive shall be transferred from one container to another, or from one motor vehicle to another vehicle, or from another vehicle to a motor vehicle, on any public highway, street, or road, except In case of emergency. In such cases red electric lanterns, red emergency reflectors or red flags shall be set out in the manner prescribed for disabled or stopped motor vehicles. (See Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Part...
Page 9 - Transportation pursuant to section 834 of this chapter, under any false or deceptive marking, description, invoice, shipping order, or other declaration, or any person who so delivers any such article without informing such carrier in writing of the true character thereof, at the time such delivery is made, or without plainly marking on the outside of every package containing explosives or other dangerous articles the contents thereof, if such marking is required by regulations prescribed by the...
Page 353 - ... to any package containing undeveloped film (if so marked) . If more than one of these packages is present, the distance shall be computed from the following table on the basis of the total transport index number (determined by adding together the transport index numbers on the labels of the individual packages) of packages in the vehicle or storeroom.
Page 279 - There would be no mixture of gases or vapors in the package which could, through any credible increase of pressure or an explosion, significantly reduce the effectiveness of the package. (2) Environmental conditions: (i) Heat. Direct sunlight at an ambient temperature of 130 F. in still air. (ii) Cold. An ambient temperature of -40
Page 109 - Cone fountains total pyrotechnic composition not to exceed fifty grams each in weight. (6) Wheels, total pyrotechnic composition not to exceed sixty grams for each driver unit or two hundred and forty grams for each complete wheel. The inside tube diameter of driver units shall not exceed % inch.
Page 360 - In case of emergency. In such cases red electric lanterns, red emergency reflectors, or red flags shall be set out in the manner prescribed for disabled or stopped motor vehicles. (See Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Part 392 of this chapter).
Page 196 - Each bottle must be placed in a tightly closed metal container, and well cushioned therein on all sides with incombustible mineral packing material, such as whiting, mineral wool, infusorial earth (kieselguhr) , asbestos, sifted ashes, or powdered china clay, etc. The metal container must be packed in outside containers, and well cushioned by incombustible mineral packing material as described In this section.

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