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Fuzes, detonating, class C explosives..

Expl. o. Fuzes, percussion (see: Fuzes").

Expl. C Fuzes, time (see: Fuzes").

Expl. C Fuzes, tracer (see: " Fuzes").

Expl. C Garbage tankage containing 8 percent or more moisture) (see: Tank- Haz.

ages"). Garbage tankage (containing less than 8 percent moisture) (see: "Tank Inf. s.

uges"). 'Gas drips, hydrocarbon.

Comb. L. *Gas drips, hydrocarbon..

Inf. L. Gas identification sets.

Pois. A Gas oil (see: "Fuel oil")

Cornb. L. Gasoline.

Inf. L. Gazolina (export only) (see: “Gasoline").

Inf. L.
Gazoline (export only) (see: "Gasoline"),

Inl. L.
Gelatine dynamite (see: "High explosives").
Gold paint (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").

Comb. L. "Gold paint (see: “Paint, enamel, etc."),

Inf. L..
Grenades, empty, primed (see:· Primaets"),

Expl. c.
Grenades, hand, explosive (see: “Explosive hand grenades").
Grenades, hand or rifle, exploside, with gas, smoke, or incendiary material

(see: "Explosive hand or rifle grenades").
Grenades, hand or rifle, with gas, smoke, or incendiary material but without

bursting charges (see: "Chemical ammunition, class A or B poison" or "Fireworks, special"). Grenades, rifle, ce plosioe (see: "Explosive rifle grenades"). Grenades, tear gas (see: “Tear gas grenades"). Ground bituminous coal (see: “Coal facings").

Inf. s. Guanidine nitrate (see: “Nitrates").

Oxy. M. Guanyl nitrosaraino guanyi tetrazene (see: “ Initiating or priming esplo

siver").
Guanyl nitrosataino quanylidene hydrazine (see: " Initiating or priming

explosives").
Guided missiles with war heads (see: “Explosive projectlles").
Guided missiles without warheads (see "Rocket motors, Class A explo-

sives" or "Rocket motors, Class B explosives").
Guncotton (see: "High explosives").
Hafnium metal, dry (mechanically produced, finer than 270 mesh

Inf. 8 particle size). Hafnium metal, dry (chemically produced, finer than 20 mesh particle | Inf. S.

size).
Hafnium metal, wet (mechanically produced, finer than 270 mesh Ini. s..

particle size).
Hafnium metal, wet (chemically produced, finer than 20 mesh particle Inf. S..

size). Hair, wet.

Inf. 8..
Hand grenades (see: “Ammunition-projectiles, grenades, etc"). Expl. A.
Hand ship distress signals (see: "Fireworks, common").
Hand signal devices (see: * Flares and signalling devices").

Expl. O
Нау..

Haz. Hay or straw (loose, wet or damp).

Not permitted. Helium.

Noninf. G Helium-oxygen mixture.

Nonini. G Hemp (see: "Fibers').

Haz.
Heptane.

Inf. L..
Hessian (see: “Burlap cloth”).
Hexachloroethane.

Haz.
Hexadecyltrichlorosilane..

Cor. L.. Hexaethyl tetraphosphate and compressed gas mixtures.

Pois. A..
Hexaethyl tetraphosphate, liquid (see: “Tetraethyl pyrophosphate, Pols. B.

liquid").
Hexaethyl tetraphosphate, mixture, dry (see: "Tetraethyl pyrophos. Pois. B..

phate, mixture, dry'').
Hexaethyl tetraphosphate, mixture, liquid (see: "Tetraethyl pyro- Pois. B.

phosphate, liguld"). Hexafluoropropylene

Noninf. G. Hexafluorophosphoric acid (see: "Difluorophosphoric acid, anhy. Cor. L...

drous"). Hexaldehyde...

Comb. L. Hexamethylene diamine solution.

Cor. L.. Hexane..

Ins. L. Hexyl trichlorosilane..

Cor. L. High explosives.

Expl. A. High explosives (containing no liquid explosive ingredient)..

Expl. A. High explosives (containing no liquid erplosive ingredient nor any Expl. A.

chlorate). High explosives (fireworks that can be exploded en masse).

Expl. A. High explosives (in dry condition)..

Expl. A. High explosives, liquid (see: “High explosives"').

Not permitted.
High explosives (nitrocellulose-guncotton and negative cotton- when Expl. A.

shipped in dry condition).
High explosives (nitrostarch when shipped in dry condition)...

Expl. A.
High explosives (propellant explosives, class A explosives) (see: "Pro- Expl. A.
pellant explosives, class A explosives").
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High explosives (wet with not less than 10 pounds of water to each 90 Expl. A.

pounds of dry material)
High explosives (when containing more than 75 percent liquid erplosive Expl. A.

ingredient, except blasting gelatin and gelatin dynamite).
High explosives (when containing not more than 76 perceni liquid erplo- Expl. A..

sive ingredient).
High explosives (when containing 10 percent or less of a liquid esplosive Expl. A..

ingredient).
*High wines (see: "Alcobol or alcohol, N. O.S.").
Highway lusees.

Expl. c Hydraulic accumulators (pressurized with noninflammable, nonlique- Nonini, G.

fied compressed qas). Hydrazine, anhydrous.

Cor. L. Hydrazine solution containing 50 percent or less of water.

Cor. L. Lydriodic acid..

Cor. L. Hydrobromic acid.

Cor. L. Hydrobromic acid, anhydrous (see: "Hydrogen bromide").

Noninf. G Hydrocarbon gas, liquefied..

Int G.
Hydrocarbon gus, nonliquefied

Inf. G..
Hydrochloric acid, anhydrous (see: “Hydrogen chloride").
Hydrochloric acid, in bulk (see: $ 146.23-50).
Hydrochloric acid mixtures..

Cor. L..
Hydrochloric acid solution, inhibited

Cor. L. Hydrochloric (muriatic) acid..

Cor. L. Hydrocyanic acid, liquefied..

Pois. A.. Hydrocyanic acid (prussic), liquid..

Pois. A Hydrocyanic acid (prussic), unstabilized.

Not permitted Hydrocyanic acid solutions.

Pois. B. Hydrofluorir acid.

Cor. L. Hydrofluoric acid, anhydrous.

Cor. L.. Hydrofluoric and sulfuric acids, mixtures.

Cor. L. Hydrofluosilicic acid.

Cor. L. Hydrogen..

Ini. G. Hydrogen bromide.

Nonini, G. Hydrogen chloride.

Noninf. G Hydrogen, liquefied.

Not permitted. Hydrogen peroxide (hydrogen dioxide) solulion in water containing Cor. L.

orer 8 percent hydrogen peroxide by weight). Hydrogen sulfide.

Ins. G. Hypochlorite solutions containing more than 7 percent available Cor. L.

chlorine by weight. Igniter cord.

Expl. o. Igniter fuse-metal clad (see: Igniters).

Expl, C Igniters.

Expl. C
Igniters, jet tbrust (jato) class A explosives (see: "Jet thrust unit Expl. A

(jato), class A explosives").
Igniters, jet thrust (Jato) class B explosives (see: "Jet thrust unit Expl. B.

(Jato), class B explosives").
Igniters, rocket motor, Class A explosives..

Expl. A Igniters, rocket motor, Class B explosives..

Expl. B.
Tluminating projectiles, uzed or not suzed, with erpelling charge (see:

Fireworks, special"').
Illuminating torches (see: "Fireworks, common").
Inflammable iiquids, N. 0. S..

Ini. L..
Inflammable solids, N. 0. S.

Inf. s. Initiating explosives (see: Initiating or priming er plosives").

Expl. A.
Initiating explosives (diazodinitrophenol wet with noi less than 10 percent Expl. A.

by weight of water) (see: "Initiating of priming erplosives").
Initiating explosives (guanyl nitrosamino quanylidene hydrazine wet Expl. A..

with not less than 50 percent by weight of water) (see: "Initiating or

priming erplosives"). Initiating explosives (in bulk in dry condition)

Prohibited. Initialing explosives (lead azide, dertrinated type only, wet with not less Expl. A.

than 20 percent by weight of water) (see: "Initiating or priming ez plo

sites''). Initiating explosives (lead mononitroresorcinate, wet with not less than Expl. A.

40 percent by weight of water). Initiating explosives (lead styphnate, lead trinitroresorcinate-wet with Expl. A..

not less than 20 percent by weight of water) (see: “Initiating or priming

er plosires"). Initiating explosives (nitromannite wet with not less than 40 percent Expl. A.

by weight of water (see: Initiating or priming er plosives"). Initiating explosives (nitrosoguanidine wet with not less than 10 percent Expl. A

by weight of water) (see: Initiating or priming erplosives"), Initiating explosives (pentaerythrite tetranitrate wet with not less than Expl. A..

40 percent by weight of water) (see: Initiating or priming erplosives"). Initlating explosives (letrazene (puanyi nitrosamino guanyl tetrazene) Expl. A..

wet with not less than 50 percent by weight of water) (see: "Initiating

or priming erplosives"); Initiating or priming er plosives.

Expl. A "Ink.

Comb. L. Ink

Inf. L *Insecticide. dry....

Pots, B.. 1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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Insecticide, liquefied gas..

Nonini. G 'Insecticide, liquid.,

Pois. B 'Insecticide, liquid (vertain exterminator).

Comb. L.. *Insecticide, liquid (vermin ezterminator).

Inf. L.. Instantaneous fuse.

Expl. C. Lasulation tape (varnished cloth type) (see: "Olled textiles").

Haz. lodine monochloride.

Cor. L.
Iron arsenale, solid (see: "Ferrous or ferric arsenate, solid").
Iron mass, spent.

Ini, S..
Iron mass, wet..

Haz.. Iron oxide, wet.

Haz. Iron sponge, not properly oridized.

Inf. s. Iron sponge, spent..

Inf. S..
Iron sponge, wet.

Haz.
Isobutane (see: "Liquefied petroleum gas"):
Isobutylene (see: “Liquefied petroleum gas").
Lsooctane.

Inf. L.
Isooctene.

Inf. L. Isopentane.

Ini. L. Isoprene

Inf. L.. 'Isopropanol (see: Alcohol, N. 0. S.)..

Comb. L.. "Isopropanol (see: Alcohol, N. 0.8.).

Inf. L. Isopropyl acetate

Inf. L. Isopropyl mercaptan (see: “Mercaptan:").

Ini. L. Isopropyl percarbonate, stabilized

Not permitted.
Isopropyl percarbonate, unstabilized.

Not permitted.
Jet tbrust igniters (see: "Igniters, jet thrust").
Jet thrust unit (jato) class A explosives.

Expl. A.
Jet chrust unit (Jato) class B explosives.

Expl. B.
Jute (see: "Fibers").
Jute, wet (see: “Rags, wet").
Kapok (see: "Fibers").
Kerosene (coal oil)

Comb. L...
Kerozene (export shipment only-see “Kerosene").

Comb. L. •Lacquer (see: "Paint, enamel, etc."

Comb. L. "Lacquer (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L. •Lacquer base, liquid (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.")

Comb. L. 'Lacquer base, liquid (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.'

Inf. L. Lacquer base, or lacquer chips, dry, nitrocellulose base.

Inf. S.
'Lacquer base or lacquer chips, plastic (wet with alcohol or solvent). Comb. L..
*Lacquer base or lacquer chips, plastic (wet with alcohol or solvent). Inf. L..
•Lacquer removing, reducing and thinning compounds (see: "Com- Comb. L.

pounds, lacquer, etc., removing, reducing or thinning, liquid").
'Lacquer removing, reducing and thinning compounds (sce: “Com- Inf. L.

pounds, lacquer, etc., removing, reducing or thinning, liquid"). Lauroy! peroxide, dry (see: “Organic perorides")..

Oxy. M. Lauroyl peroxide, wet (when wet with not less than 30 percent by weight | Oxy. M.

of water). (see: “Organic peroxides") Lead arsenate, solid..

Pois. B.
Lead arsenite, solid.

Pois. B.
Lead azide (see: "Initiating or priming er plosives").
Lead cyanide (see: Cyanide of Lead).

No restrictions.
Lead dross...

Haz..
Lead mononitroresorcinate (see: "Initiating or priming er plosides").
Lead nitrate (see: "Nitrates")

Oxy. M.
Lead scrap..

Haz. Lead styphnate (lead trinitroresorcinate) (see: "Initiating or priming

aplosives"). Leather bleach.

Comb. L... *Leather bleach (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L.-*Leather dressing.

Comb. L. • Leather dressing (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L... Lewisite.

Pois. A.
Lighter fluid (see: Cigar and cigarette lighter fuld).

Inf. L.
Lime-nitrogen (see: "Calcium cyanamide, not bydrated”).
Lime, unslaked..

Haz.
Liquefied carbon dioxide gas (miping device) (see: “Carbon dioxide Noninf. G.

gas, liquefied (mining device)"). Liquefied hydrocarbon gas (see: "Hydrocarbon gas, liquefied"). Inf. G. Liquefied noninflammable (nonflammable) gases charged with Nonini. G.

nitrogen, carbon dioxide or air. Liquefied petroleum gas..

Ini. G. Liquids other than those classified as inflammable, corrosire of poisonous,

charged with nitrogen, carbon dioride or air (see: “Compressed gases,

N, Ở. 8.”).
Lithium aluminum bydride...

Inf. S.
Lithium aluminum hydride, ethereal.

Inf. L. Lithium amide, powdered..

Inf. s. Lithium ferro silicon....

Ini. s. Lithium hydride..

Inl, S. Lithium hydride in solld forms.

Ini. s. Lithium hypochlorite compounds, dry, containing more than 39 per. Oxy. M. cent available chloride (see: "Calcium hypochlorite compounds, dry, etc."). 1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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White.

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Lithium metal.

Inf. S. Lithium metal in cartridges (see: “Lithium metal").

Inf. S. Lithium peroxide..

Oxy. M. Lithium silicon (see: "Lithium bydride").

Ipi. S.. London purple, solid.

Pois. B. Long time burning oil (export shipment only-see: "Kerosene"). Comb. Low blasting explosives (see: "Black powder").

Expl. A..
Low explosives (see: "Black powder")...

Expl. A.
Lye (sce: “Caustic soda, solid").
* Machines or apparatus (see: “Refrigerating machines").
Machines or apparatus (assembled for shipment containing not over 15 Nonins. G.

pounds weight of gas or liquid for their operations). Magnesium arsenate, solid

Pois. B. Magnesiuin dross.

Inf. S. Magnesium, metallic, powdered, pellets, turnings or ribbon...

Inf. s. Magnesium nitrate (see: “Nitrates")

Oxy. M. Magnesium perchlorate (see: Perchlorates").

Oxy. M. Magnesium peroxide, solid..

Oxy. M. Magnesium scrap (oorings, clippings, shavings, sheets, turnings of Inf. s..

scalpings). Manganese ethyleneb isdithiocarbamate (soo: Pesticides, water re

active"). Matches, block (see: "Matches, striko-anywhere"). Matches, book.

Ipl. 8. Matches, book, card or strike-on-box, with other articles (see: “Matches,

book"). Matches, card.

Inf. s. Matches, strike-anywhere..

Inf. s. Matches, strike-on-box..

Inf. S.. *Medicines, N.O.S. (see: “Drugs, chemicals, medicines, or cosmetics,

N. D. 8.”).
Memtetrahydro phthalle anhydride.

Cor. L. •Mercaptan mixtures, aliphatic

Comb. L.. •Mercaptan mixtures, aliphatic (see: “Mercaptans").

Inf. L..
Mercaptans (see: $146.21-100).
Mercurial liquid, N.O.S. (see: "Poisonous Liquids, N.0.8.").. Pois. B
Mercuric acetate (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B
Mercuric-ammonium chloride, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid"). Pois. B.
Mercuric benzoate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B Mercuric bromide, solid (see: “Mercury compounds, solid"').

Pois. B Mercuric chloride, solid (see: “Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B Mercuric cyanide, solid (see: “Cyanides, etc.").

Pois. B. Mercuric iodide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid”).

Pois. B. Mercuric iodide, solution..

Pois. B. Mercuric oleate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B. Mercuric oxide (red), solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B Mercuric oxide (yellow), solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid"). Pois. B Mercuric oxycyanide, solid (see: “Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B Mercuric-potassium cyanide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").- Pois. B. Mercuric-potassium lodide, solid (see: “Mercury compounds, solid"). Pois. B Mercuric salicylate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B Mercuric subsulfate, solid (see: “Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B. Mercuric sulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B.
Mercuric sulfocyanate, solid (mercuric thiocyanate) (see: “Mercury Pois. B.

compounds, solid”).
Mercurol (mercury nucleate), solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid). Pois. B.
Mercurous bromide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B
Mercurous gluconate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B. Mercurous iodide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B. Mercurous nitrate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B. Mercurous oxide, black, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid). Pois. B. Mercurous sulfate, solid (sce: Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B Mercury acetate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B. Mercury bichloride, solid (mercuric chloride) (see: "Mercury com- Pois. B.

pounds, solid). Mercury bisulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B Mercury compounds, N. 0. S. (solid) (see: "Mercury compounds, Pois. B.

solid''). Mercury compounds, solid.

Pols. B.
Mercury cyanide, solid (see: "Cyanides, etc.").

Pois. B.
Mercury fulminate (see: Initiating or priming erplosives").
Mercury nucleate, solid (see: “Mercurol, solid").
Mesityl oxide..

Comb. L...
Metal borings, shavings, turnings, cuttings.

Haz.. •Metal polish, iiquid (see: “Polishes, metal, etc.").

Comb. L. Metal polish, liquid (see: “Polishes, metal, etc.").

Inf. L Metallic so tium or potassium (see: "Sodium, metallic or potassium. Inf. S.

metallic"'). Methane.

Ini. G Methanol (methyl alcohol) (see: Alcohol, N.O.S.).

Inf. L. Methyl acetate.

Inf. L.. Methyl acetone..

Inf. L. Methylacetylene-15 to 20 percent propadiene mixture......

Inf. G...... 1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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Methyl alcohol (methanol) (see: Alcohol, N.O.S.).

Inf. L...
Methyl aluminum sesquibromide (see "Pyroforic liquids, N.0.8.").
Methyl aluminum sesquichloride (see "Pyroforic liquids, N.0.8.").
Methyl amyl acetate...

Comb. L..
Methyl amyl ketone.

Comb. L. Methyl bromide, liquid (bromo methane).

Pois. B. Methyl bromide and chlorpierin mixture, liquid (see: “Methyl Pois. B..

bromide, liquid (bromomethane)"). Methyl bromide and ethylene dibromide mixture, liquid...

Pois. B.. Methyl bromide and nonflammable, nonliquefied compressed gas Pois. B.

mixture, liquid. Methyl "Cellosolre" (see: "Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether"). Methyl "Cellosolve" acetate (see: "Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether

acetate"). Methyl chloride.

Int. o. Methyl chloride-methylene chloride mixture.

Inf. G. Methyl chloroformate

Cor. L. Methylchloromethyl ether, anhydrous.

Inf. L. Methyldichlorarsine.

Pois. A. Methyldichlorosilane.

Inf. L. Methyl ethyl ketone.

Inf. L. Methyl formate.

Inf. L. Methylhydrazine..

Inf. L. Methyl iso-propengl ketone, inhibited.

Inf. L. Methyl magnesium bromide in ethyl ether in concentrations not over Inf. L.. Methyl mercaptan.

Inf. G. Methyl methacrylate monomer.

Inf. L. Methyl parathion, liquid (see: “ Parathion, liquid”).

Pois. B.
Methyl parathion mixture, dry (see: “Parathion mixture, dry'). Pois. B.
Methyl parathion mixture, liquid (see: “Parathion mixture, liquid"). Pois. B.
Methyl trichlorosilane (see: "Ethyl trichlorosilane").

Inf. L..
Methyl vinyl ketone, inhibited (see: “Ethyl metbyl ketone").
Mild detonating fuse, metal clad (see: “Cordeau detonant fuse").

Expl. c.
Mines, empty (see: “Ammunition for cannon, nonerplosive")..

No restrictions.
Mines, explosire (see: “Explosive mines").
Mixed acid (see: “Nitrating (mixed) acid").

Cor. L.
Mirture of hydrofluoric and sulfuric acids (see: “Hydrofluoric and sul. Cor. L..

furic acids, mixtures''). Mirtures or solutions of liquefied noninflammable gases and liquids other

than those classified as inflummable, corrosive, or poisonous, charged with nitrogen, carbon dioride or air (see "Compressed gases, N.0.8."). Monobromobenzene (see: “Bromobenzene"). Monobromotrifluoromethane..

Nonini, G.. Monochloracetone, stabilized,

Pois. O Monochloracetone (unstabilized).

Not permitted. Monochlorbenzol (see: "Chlorobenzol")

Comb. L. Monochloroacetic acid, liquid...

Cor. L... Monochlorobenzene (see: "Chlorobenzol").

Comb. L Monochlorobenzol (see: "Chlorobenzol").

Comb. L Monochlorodifluoromethane.

Noninf. G. Monochloroethylene (see: "Vinyl chloride, inbibited"). Monochloropentafluoroethane.

Noninf. Monochlorotetrafluoroethane..

Noninf. G. Monochlorotrifluoromethane

Noninf. G Monoethylamine (ethylamine).

Inf. L.. Monofluorophosphoric acid, anhydrous (sce: “Difluorophosphoric Cor. L..

acid, anhydrous"). Monomethylamine, anhydrous.

Inf. G. Monomethylamine, aqueous solution (see :"Dimethylamine, aqueous Inf. L.

solutions"'). Mortar stain, liquid (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.")...

Comb. L. *Mortar stain, liquid (see. “Paint, enamel, etc."').

Inf. L.-
Moth balls (see: "Naphthalene").
Motion-picture film (nitrocellulose base) including mixed shipments with Inf. s.

noninflammable film).
Motion-picture film, old and worn out (nitrocellulose base).

Inf. S.
Motion-picture film, old and worn out (slowburning).

No restrictions.
Motion-picture film (processed, positive or negutive, nitrocellulose) Inf. S.
Motion-picture film (processed, positive or negative, slow-burning)

No restrictions.
Motion-picture film scrap (nitrocellulose base) other than samples. Inf. s.
Motion-picture film scrap (nitrocellulose base), samples of...

Inf. S.
Motion-picture film, scrap (slow burning).

No restrictions.. Motion-picture film, toy (nitrocellulose base).

Inf. S.. Motion-picture film, toy pieces (nitrocellulose base).

No restrictions Motion-picture film, toy i slow-burning).

No restrictions. Motion-picture film, unexposed (nitrocellulose base).

Inf. S. Motion-picture film, unexposed (slow-burning).

No restrictions. Motion-picture outfits, toy.

No restrictions. Motor-fuel antiknock compound,

Pois. B. Motor suel (export only) (see: "Gasoline").

Inf. L. *Motor fuel, N. 0. S.

Comb. L.. *Motor fuel, N. 0. S...

Inf. L. Motor spirit (export only) (see: "Gasoline").

Inf. L.-1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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