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Cor. L. Small-arms ammunition..

Expl. c. Small-arms ammunition, tear gas cartridges..

Expl. c Small-arms primers (see: “ Primer:").

Expl. C
Smoke candles (see: “ Flare and signalling derices"').

Expi. C.
Smoke generators (see: “ Chemical ammunition, class B or C").
Smoke grenades (see: “Flares and signalling devices"').

Expl. C.
Smoke pots (sce: “ Flares and signalling devices")..

Expi. C...
Smoke projectiles with bursting charges (see: "Explosive projectiles").
Smoke projectiles with cipelling charge but without bursting charge (see:

"Fireworks, special").
Smoke signals (see" Flares and signalling deoices").

Expl. C...
Smokeless powder for cannon or small arms (see: "Propellant explcsives,

Class A" or “Propellant explosives, Class B").
Soda amatol (see: "High explosives containing no liquid erplosive in.

gredient nor any chlorate").
Boda, caustic solution (see: "Caustic soda, liquid").

Cor. L.. Sodium aluminate, liquid...

Cor. L.. Sodium aluminum hydride.

Inl.s. Sodium amide...

Inf. s. Sodium arsenate, solid (see:''Potassium arsenate, solld").

Pols. B. Sodium arsenite (solution) liquid.

Pois. B. Sodium azide...

Pois. B. sodium bromate..

Oxy. M. Sodium cacodylate, solid (sodium dimethyl arsenate).

Pois. B. Bodium chlorate (soda chlorate) (see: Chlorates"').

Oxy. M. Sodium chlorite...

Oxy. M. Sodium chlorite solution (not exceeding 42 percent sodium chlorite).. Cor. L.. Sodium cyanide (see: “Cyanides, etc.").

Pois. B Sodium dichloroisocyanurate, dry, containing more than 39% available

Oxy. M. chlorine (see: "Potassium dichloroisocyanurate, dry, containing

more than 39% available chlorine"). Sodium dimethylarsenate (see: "Sodium cacodylate, solld"). Sodium hydride

Inf. s. Sodium hydrosulfite.

Inf. s. Bodium hydroxide (see: "Caustic soda. solld").

Haz.. Sodium hydroxide solution (see:“Caustic soda, liquid").

Cor. L. Sodium, metallic.

Inl. 8. Sodium, metallic, dispersed in organic solvent.

Inf. S. Sodium, metallici iquid alloy (see: “Potassium, metallic liquid alloy"). Inf.$ *Bodium methylate, alcohol mixture..

omb, L. Bodlum methylate, alcoho! mixture.

Inf. L. Sodium methylate, dry..

Inf, s Sodium nitrate (see: "Nitrates"').

Oxy. M. Sodium nitrite.

Oxy. M Sodium nitrite mixed usea, with potassium nitrate (see: "Potassium

nitrate mixed (fused) with sodium nitrite"). Sodlum nitrite mixtures (sodtum nitrate, sodium nurtle, and potasstum nittrae).

Ory. M Bodiuin permanganate (see: "Permonganntes").

Oxy. M. Sodium peroxide..

Ory. M. Sodium picramate, wet with 20 percent water.

Inf. s. Sodium potassium alloys....

Inf. s. Sodium sulfide (fused or concentrated when ground)

Inf. s. sodium sulfide (sused or concentrated but nol ground-may be chipped, Inf. S. flaked, or broken) (see: “Potassium sulfide, etc."). Sóleent, mineral spirits (see: “Compounds, lacquer, etc."). *Solvents, N. 0. S.

Comb. L. *Solvents, N. 0. 8.

Inl. L... *Sparklers (see: “Fireworks, common"). Special fireworks (see: “Fireworks, special").

Expl. B. Spent iron mass (see: “Iron mass spent").

Inf. 8.. Spent iron sponge (see: “Iron sponge. spent").

Ins. s. Spent mixed acid.

Cor. L. Spent oxide (see: Iron mass, spent").

Inf. 8..
Spent sulfuric acid.

Cor. L.
Spent sulfuric acid in bulk (see: $146.23-35).
Spirits of nitroglycerin (when consisting of not more than 1 percent Inf. L...

by weight of nitroglycerin in ethyl alcohol).
Spirits of nitroglycerin (when consisting of not more than 10 percent Ini. L...

by weight of nitroglycerin in ethyl alcohol or acetone).
Sporting powder (see: “Black powder").
Spray starting fluid (see: "Engine starting fluid").
Spreader cartridges (see: "Fireworks, special" or "Low esplosives").
Squibs, elestric or safet) (see: Ignitets").
*Stain (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.”).

Comb, L... *Stain (see. “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L.. Starter cartridges, jet engine, class B explosives.

Expl. B. Starter cartridges, jet engine, Class Cexplosives (see: "Explosive cable Expl. C.

cutters''). Stoddard solvent.

Comb. L.. Storage batteries, wet (see: “Batteries, electric storage, wet").

Cor. L. *Stove polish, unuld (see: “Polishes, metal, etc.").

Comb. L.. *Stove polisb, liquid (see: “Polishes, metal, etc.").

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

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Green gas.

Straw (see: "Hay").

Haz. Strike-anywhere matches (see: Matches, strike-anywhere")

Inf. s.

Yellow. Strike-on-box matches (see: “Matches, strike-on-box").

Inl. s

Yellow. Strontium arsenite, solid.

Pois. B..

Poison. Strontium chlorate (see: "Chlorater").

Oxy. M.

Yellow. Strontium chlorate, wet (see: "Chlorates, wet'').

Oxy. M.

Yellow. Strontium nitrate (see: Nitrates").

Oxy. M.

Yellow. Strontium peroxide...

Oxy. M.

Yellow,
Strychnine and salts thereof, solid (see: "Potassium arsenate, solid").. Pois. B.

Poison.
Styphnate of lead (see: "Initialing or priming esplosives").
Styrene (styrene monomer).

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Succinic acid peroxide, dry (see "Organic perorides")

Oxy. M.

Yellow. Succinic acid peroxide, wet (with not less than 50% water) (see "Organic Oxy. M.

Yellow. perorides). Sulfide of potassium (see: "Potassium sulfide").

Inf. S

Yellow. Sulfide of sodium (see "Potassium sulfide'').

Inf. s.

Yellow, Sulfur...

Haz. Sulfur chloride (mono and di).

Cor. L.

White. Sulfur dioxide.

Nonini. G. Sulfur flower (see: “Sulfur")...

Haz. Sulfur-hexafluoride.

Nonini. O

Green gas. Sulfur trioxide (stabilized).

Cor. L.

White. Sulfuric acid, fuming (oleum) (Nordhausen).

Cor. L.

White.
Sulfuric acid in bulk (see $ 146.23–35).
Sulfuric acid (oil of vitriol)..

Cor. L...

White.
Sulfuric acid, spent, in bulk (see: $ 146.23–35).
Sulfuryl chloride.

Cor. L..

White. Sulfuryl fluoride.

Nonini. G.

Green gas. Supplementary charges (explosive) (see: “Boosters").

Expl. A. *Tank cars, empty

Haz. •Tank trucks, empty

Haz.
Tankage fertilizers (containing 8 percent of more of moisture) (see: Haz..

"Tankages"').
Tankage fertilizers (containing less than 8 percent moisture) (see: "Tank. Inf. S.

Yellow.
age8"').
Tankage, rough ammoniate (containing less than 7 percent moisture) Inf. s.

Yellow, (see: "Tankages"). * Tankages..

Inf. s

Yellow * Tankages..

Haz. *Tanks, portable, empty

Haz. *Tax,liquid (see: Rond asphalt or tar, liquid").

Comb. L. *Tar, liquid (see: "Road asphalt or tar, liquid").

Inf. L..

Red. Tear gas candles..

Pois. C

Tear gas.
Tear gas cartridges (see:“Small-arms ammunition, tear gas cartridges").
Tear gas grenades.

Pois. C
Tear gas material, liquid or solid, N. 0. S.

Pois. C *Tertiary alcohol (see: Alcohol, N. 0. S.).

Coinb. L. *Tertiary alcohol (see: Alcohol, N. 0. S.).

Inf. L.

Red.
Tertiary butylisopropyl benzene hydroperoxide (see "Organic Oxy. M.

Yellow.
perorides").
Tetrachloride (see: Silicon chloride").
Tetrachloroethane.

Haz..
Tetraethyl dithio pyrophosphate and compressed gas mixture.

Pois. A Tetraethyl dithio pyrophosphate, liquid (see: Tetraethyl pyrophos. Pois. B.

Poison. phate, liquid"). Tetraethyl dithio pyrophosphate mixture, dry (see: "Tetraethyl Pois. B.

Poison, pyrophosphate, mixture, dry'). Tetraethyl dithio pyrophospbate, mixture, liquid (sce: “Tetraethyl Pois. B.

Poison. pyrophosphate, liquid"). Tetraethyl lead, liquid..

Pois. B

Poison. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate and compressed gas mixture.

Pois. A

Poison gas. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate, liquid.

Pois. B.

Poison. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate, mixture, dry.

Pois. B

Poison. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate, mixture, liquid (see: "Tetraethyl pyro- Pois. B.

Poison. phosphate, liquid"). Tetrafluoroethylene, inbibited.

Inf. G. Tetranitromethane..

Yellow Tetrazene (ouanyl nitrosamino guanyltetrazene) (see: Initiating or

priming er plosires"). Tetryl (see: “High explosives"). Textile waste (see: "Cotton waste").

Ilaz. Textile waste, wet (see: "Rags, wet")

Inf. s.

Yellow. Thallium salts, solid

Pois. B.

Poison. Thallium sulfate, solid.

Pois. B.

Poison. • Thinners for rust preventive coating (see: "Rust preventive coating''). Comb. L. *Thinning compounds, paint, varnish, lacquer, etc. (see: "Com- Coinb. L...

pounds, lacquer, etc., removing, reducing or thinning"). * Thinning coinpounds, paint, varnish, lacquer, etc. (see: Compounds,

lacquer, etc., removing, reducing, or thinning"). Thiocarbonyl-chloride (see: “Thiophosgene").

White. Thionyl chloride...

Cor. L. Thiophosgene (thiocarbonyl-chloride)

Pois. B.

Poison,

White. Thiophosphoryl chloride..

Cor. L. Thorium metal, powdered.

Inf. S.

Yellow. Thorium nitrate, solid..

Radioactive, Oxy. M. Radioactive and

Yellow. 1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

Tear gas.
Tear gas.

Poison gas.

Red gas.

Oxy. M.

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Red gas.

Time fuzes (see: "Fuzes"')..

Expl. C. Tin tetrachloride, anhydrous.

Cor. L.

White. Titanium metal powder, dry.

Inf. s.

Yellow Titanium metal powder, wet, with not less than 20 percent water. Inf. s.

Yellow. Titanium sulfate solution containing not more than 45% sulfuric acid. Cor. L.

White. Titanium tetrachloride..

Cor. L.

White. Toluol (toluene).

Ini. L.

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Torches (see: "Fireworks, common").
Torpedocs, cap (sce: "Fireworks, special"
Torpedoes, empty (see: "Ammunition for cannon, nonerplosive").
Torpedoes, erplosive (see: "Explosive torpedoes'').
Torpedoes, railway or track (see: “Railway torpedoes").
Toy caps.

Expl. c.
Toy propellant devices.

Expl. C
Toy smoke devices.

Expl. C.
Toy torpedoes (see: "Fireworks, special").
Tracer luzes (see: “Fuzes")..

Expl. C.
Tracers (see: “ Fuzes")..

Expl. c. Tractors (see: “Automobiles, motorcycles, tractors, etc.")....

Haz.. Treated paper (manufactured articles properly dried to prevent spon. Haz..

taneous heating) (see: “Oiled clothing"). Treated textiles (manufactured articles properly dried to prevent spon- Haz..

taneous heating) (see: '“Olled clothing''). Trichlorosilane..

Inf. L.

Red. Trichloroisocyanuric acid, dry, containing more than 39% avallable Oxy. M.

Yellow. chlorine (see: “Dichloroisocyanuric acid, dry, containing more than 39% available chlorine"). Trick matches (see: "Explosive auto alarms, etc.").

Expl. c.
Trick noise makers, explosive (see: “Explosive auto alarms"). Expl. o.
Trifluorochloroethylene.....

Inf. G...
Triisobutyl aluminum (see "Pyroforic liquids N.0.8.").
Trimethylamine, anhydrous..

Int. G

Red gas. Trimethylamine, aqueous solution (see: "Dimethylamine, aqueous Inf. L.

Red. solution"). Trimethylchlorosilane (see: "Ethyl trichlorosilane").

Inf. L.

Red.
Trinitrobenzene (see: High explosives").
Trinitrobenzene, wet (when wel with not less than 10 percent water and Ini. 8..

Yellow.
in a quantity not exceeding 16 ounces in one outside package).
Trinitrobenzoic acid, dry (see: “High explosives in dry condition")..
Trinitrobenzoic acid, wet, not erceeding 16 ounces.

Ini, s,

Yellow. Trinitrobenzoic acid, wet, over 25 pounds (see: High erplosires (wet

with not less than 10 pounds of water to each 90 pounds of dry material"). Trinitrobenzoic acid, wet with not less than 10 percent water, in ercess Inf. s.

Yellow.
Oj 16 ounces but not esceeding 25 pounds.
Trinitroresorcinol (see: “High explosives").
Trinitrotoluene (see: “High explosives"').
Trinitrotoluene, wet (when wel with not less than 10 percent of water and Inf. S...

Yellow.
in a quantity not exceedino 16 ounces in one outside package).
Tris-(1-Aziridinyl) phosphine oxide..

Cor. L..

White. Turpentine...

Comb. L.. *Turpentine substitutes.

Comb. L. *Turpentino substitutes.

Inf. L..

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Twisted jute packing (rope) (treated or untreated) (see: “Oakum") Haz.
Unstable er plosives.

Prohibited.
Uranyl nitrate, solid.

Radioactive, Oxy. M. Radioactive and

yellow. Urea nitrate, dry (see. “High explosives"). Urea nitrate, wet with not less than 10 percent water in cice88 of 16 Ini. S..

Yellow. ounces but not erceeding 25 pounds. Urea nitrate, wet with not less than 10 percent water, not erceeding 16 Inf. s.

ouncu.

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Urea nitrate, wet with not less than 10 percent of water, over 25 pounds

(see: “High explosives"). •Urea peroxide (see "Organie perorider").

Oxy. M. Van or truck body with refrigerating or heating equipment on board oessels

(see $ 146.07-5(d) and ( 146.08–55). •Varnish (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

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

Inf. L. •Varnish driers (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Comb. L.. •Varnish driers (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").

Ini. L...
"Varnish remover or reducer (see: Compounds, lacquer, etc., remov- Comb. L.

ing, reducing, or thinning liquid").
*Varnish remover or reducer (see: “Compounds, lacquer, etc., remov. Inf. L.

ing, reducing or thinning, liquid").
*Varnish thinning compounds (see: "Compounds, lacquer, etc., re- Comb. L....

moving, reducing or thinning, liquid").
Varnish thinning compounds (see: "Compounds, lacquer, etc., re- Inf. L.
moving, reducing or thinning, liquid").
Very signal cartridges (see: Flares and signalling devices").

Expl. c.
Vinyi acetate.

Ini. L Vinyl chloride..

Inf. G. Vinyl fluoride, inhibited.

Ini. G Vinyl methyl ether, inbibited.

Inf. G. Vinyl trichlorosilane (see: “Ethyl trichlorosilane").

Ini. L. Vinylidene chloride, inhibited.

Inf. L. War heads (see: "Explosive projectiles"). 1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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Red gas.
Red gas.
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White.

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Yellow.
Red.

Red.

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Waste paper, wet (see: "Paper stock, wet").

Inf. 8. Waste textile, wet (see: “Rags, wet").

Inf.s. Waste wool, wet (see: “Rags, wet").

ini. s. *Water treatment compound, liquid..

Cor. L. Water white (export shipment only) (see: “Kerosene").

Comb. L. *Waxes, liquid.

Comb. L. •Weed killing compounds, liquid (see: "Compounds, tree or weed

killing, liquid"). Wet hair (see: “Hair, wet")...

Inf. s. Wet nitrocellulose---30 percent alcohol or solvent..

Inf. L Wet nitrocellulose-20 percent water..

Inf. s. Wet nitrocellulose, colloided, granular or flake-20% alcohol or solvent; Inf. L.

or block--25% alcohol. Wet nitrocellulose, colloided, granular or flake-20 percent water Inf. 8. Wet nitrocellulose nakes--20 percent alcohol or solvent (see: "Wet Inf. L.

nitrocellulose, colloided, granular or Rake-20 percent alcohol or

solvent"). Wet nitroguanidine-20 percent water.

Inf. S. Wet nitrostarch-30 percent alcohol or solvent.

Inf. L. Wet nitrostarch-20 percent water

Inf. s. Wet paper stock (see: "Paper stock, wet").

Inf. 8. Wet rags (see: “Rags, wet")..

Inf. S. Wet textile waste (see: "Rags, wet”).

Inf. S. Wet waste paper (see: "Paper stock, wet").

Inf. s. Wet waste wool (see: "Rags, wet")..

Inf. s. Wood alcohol (methanol, methyl alcohol) (see: Alcohol, N. 0. 8.) Inf. L. *Wood filler (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Comb. L. *Wood filler (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L. *Wood polish, liquid (see: "Polishes, metal, etc.").

Comb. L. *Wood polish, liquid (see: "Polishes, metal, etc."').

Inf. L. Wood shavings (when dry, clean, and free from oil) (see: “Sawdust"). Haz.. *Wood stain, liquid (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Comb. L. *Wood stain, liquid (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L.. Wool waste (see: "Cotton waste").

Haz. Wool waste, wet (see: “Rags, wet").

Ini. s. X-ray film (nitrocellulose base) (see: "Motion-picture film (nitrocelle- Inf, s.

lose base)"). X-ray film (slow-burning) (see: "Motion-picture film (slow-burning)"). No restrictions X-ray film scrap (nitrocellulose base) (see: "Motion-picture film scrap Ini. S.

(nitrocellulose base)").
X-ray Alin scrap (slow-burning) (see: "Motion-picture film (slow No restrictions.

burning)").
X-ray Alm, unexposed (nitrocellulose base) (see: "Motion-picture fm, Inf. S.

unexposed (nitrocellulose base)"). *Xylol (xylene).

Comb. L. *Xylol (aylene).

Inf. L. Xylyl bromide..

Pois. C Zinc ammonium nitrite.

Oxy. M. Zinc arsenate

Pois. B Zinc arsenite, solid.

Pois. B. Zinc chlorate (see: "Chlorates").

Oxy. M.
Zinc cyanide (see: Cyanide of Zinc).

No restrictions
Zinc ethyl (see "Pyroforic liquids, N.O.S.").
Zinc nitrate (see: Nitrates, V.O.S.)..

Oxy. M
Zinc permanganate (see: “Peripanganates"').

Oxy. M. Zinc peroxide.

Oxy. M. Zirconium metal, dry (mechanically produced, finer than 870 mesh Inf. s.

particle size). Zirconium metal, dry (chemically produced, finer than 20 mesh particle Ini. s.

size). Zirconium metal, wet (mechanically produced, finer than 270 mesh Inf. s..

particle size) Zirconium metal, wet (chemically produced, finer than 20 mesh particle Inf. 8..

size). Zirconium, metallic, solutions or mixtures thereof, liquid.

Inf. L. Zirconium nitrate (see: Nitrates, N.O.S.)..

Oxy. M Zirconium picramate, wet with 20 percent water

Oxy. M. Zirconium scrap (borings, clippings, shavings, sheets, or turnings) (see: Inl. s.

Magnesium scrap, etc.).

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Poison.
Poison.
Yellow.

Yellow
Yellow.
Yellow.
Yellow.

Yellow,

Yellow

Yellow.

Red.
Yellow
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Yellow.

1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations. ICGFR 57–33, 22 F.R. 8560, Oct. 29, 1957; CGPR 57-49, 22 F.R. 10059, Dec. 14, 1957; CGFR 58–1, 23 F.R. 481, Jan. 24, 1958; CGFR 58–9, 23 P.R. 4839, June 28, 1958; CGFR 58-48, 23 F.R 9835. Dec. 12, 1958; CGFR 59-14, 24 F.R. 6268, June 30, 1959; CGFR 59-46, 24 F.R. 9390, Nov. 21, 1959; CGFR 60-33, 25 F.R. 5236, June 11, 1960; CGFR 60–70, 25 F.R. 11210, Nov. 26, 1960; CGFR 61–11, 26 F.R. 3923, May 6, 1961; CGFR 61-44, 26 F.R. 11017, Nov. 23, 1961; CGFR 62-11, 27 F.R. 5281, June 5, 1962; CGFR 62-48, 27 F.R. 12133, Dec. 7. 1962; CGFR 63–19, 28 FR. 5380, May 30, 1963; CGFR 64--20, 29 F.R. 6789, May 23, 1964; CGFR 64-83, 29 F.R. 18163, Dec. 22, 1964; CGFR 65–17, 30 F.R. 7438, June 5, 1965; CGFR 65-52, 30 F.R. 15216, Dec. 9, 1965; CGFR 66-28, 31 F.R. 8297, June 14, 1966; CG FR 66–65, 31 F.R. 15574, Dec. 10, 1966; CGFR 67-23, 32 F.R. 8149, June 7, 1967; CGFR 68–66, 33 F.R. 8451, June 7, 1968; CGFR 68–142, 34 F.R. 2086, Feb. 12, 1969; CGFR 69–72, 34 F.R. 17486, Oct 29, 1969)

Subpart 146.05-Shipper's Require

ments Regarding Packing, Marking,

Labeling and Shipping Papers f 146.05-1 Shipments in violation of

the regulations in this part. No permitted explosives or other dangerous articles or substances and combustible liquids shall be tendered for shipments on board vessels except when in compliance with the provisions of the regulations in this part. (Order 74, 6 FR. 268, Jan, 11, 1941) & 146.05-2 Acceptable shipments.

(a) Permitted explosives or other dangerous articles or substances may be of fered to vessels for transportation and storage provided they are in proper condition for transportation or storage and are as defined and are packed, marked, labeled, described, certified and otherwise acceptable as provided for herein. Methods of preparation, packing, testing and records, insofar as they effect safety in transportation shall be open to inspection by a duly authorized representative of the U.S. Coast Guard.

(b) When quantity limitations are specified in the regulations in this part by U. S. liquid measure or by avoirdupois weight, it is authorized that quantities measured by the metric system may be substituted, up to but not exceeding 1 gallon for liquids and 10 pounds for solids, on the basis of 1 liter per quart specified and 500 grams per pound specified. (Order 74, 6 F.R. 268, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended by Order 129, 6 FR. 3182, July 1, 1941; CGFR 47-35, 12 F.R. 4184, June 27, 1947) & 146.05–3 Prohibited packing.

(a) Outside containers having interior packages containing substances possessing different dangerous characteristics, the mixture of which is liable to cause evolution of heat or gas or produce & corrosive acting substance, shall not be offered for transportation or storage on board vessels to which the regulations in this part apply unless so packed as to prevent admixture.

(b) The offering for transportation of any package or container of any liquid, solid or gaseous material which under conditions incident to transportation may polymerize (combine or react with itself) or decompose so as to cause dangerous evolution of heat or gas is pro

hibited. Such materials may be offered for transportation when properly stabilized or inhibited.

(c) The offering for transportation of any package or container of any material which will cause a dangerous evolution of heat or gas under conditions normally incident to transportation is prohibited.

(d) The offering for transportation of any package containing a cigarette lighter charged with fuel and equipped with an ignition element, or any similar heating, lighting, or ignition device, or any self-lighting cigarette, is prohibited unless the design and method of packaging are such that functioning of the device is not possible incident to transportation. (CGFR 53-54, 18 F.R. 8230, Dec. 16, 1953, as amended by CGFR 55-20, 20 F.R. 4063, June 10, 1955; CGFR 57-33, 22 F.R. 8571, Oct. 29. 1957; CGFR 57–49, 22 F.R. 10060, Dec. 14, 1957) $ 146.05-4 Prescribed packaging.

(a) The regulations in this subchapter prescribe four groups of outside packaging for use in shipping permitted explosives or other dangerous articles or substances as follows:

(1) DOT and ICC specification packaging.

(2) M.I.N. specification packaging. (See $ 146.05-7.)

(3) C.F.C. specification packaging. (See $ 146.05–7.)

(4) Nonspecification packaging.

(b) In the interest of national defense or at such times as it shall be determined that the interest of safety would not be impaired, the use of packagings other than those specified in this part, for the transportation of permitted explosives and other dangerous articles or substances may be authorized in the discretion of and upon special permit to be issued by the Commandant of the Coast Guard. CROSS REFERENCE: For Canadian shipments, see $ 146.02-9. (CGFR 68--142, 34 F.R. 2086, Feb. 12, 1969) 146.05-5 DOT and ICC specification

packaging. (a) Department of Transportation and Interstate Commerce Commission packaging authorized herein for use in the transportation of permitted explosives or other dangerous articles or substances must have been made and

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