Miscellaneous Series, Issues 90-99

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - United States

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Page 157 - SEC. 235. Every package containing explosives or other dangerous articles when presented to a common carrier for shipment shall have plainly marked on the outside thereof the contents thereof ; and it shall be unlawful for any person to deliver, or cause to be delivered, to any common carrier engaged in interstate or foreign commerce by land or water...
Page 325 - Regulations for the Transportation of Explosives and Other Dangerous Articles by Freight, and Specifications for Shipping Containers...
Page 109 - ... be adjudged, under the regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture, to be infected or to have been exposed to infection so as to be dangerous to other animals, they shall not...
Page 124 - The master shall also deliver a similar notice to the proper officer of customs in the United Kingdom, together with the report required to be made by the customs consolidation act, 1876, on the arrival of the ship in the United Kingdom.
Page 155 - ... friction matches may be carried on such steamers when securely packed in strong tight chests or boxes, the covers of which shall be well secured by locks, screws, or other reliable fastenings, and stowed in a safe part of the vessel at a secure distance from any fire or heat.
Page 157 - State, Territory or District of the United States or place noncontiguous to, but subject to the jurisdiction thereof...
Page 155 - Nothing in the foregoing or following sections of this act shall prohibit the transportation by steam vessels of gasoline or any of the products of petroleum when carried by motor vehicles (commonly known as automobiles) using the same as a source of motive power...
Page 179 - Condemned or leaking dynamite must not be repacked and offered for shipment unless the repacking Is done by a competent person In the presence of. or with the written consent of, an Inspector, or with the written authority of the chief Inspector of the Bureau of Explosives.
Page 168 - Refined petroleum, which will not ignite at a temperature less than one hundred and. ten degrees of Fahrenheit thermometer, may be carried on board such steamers upon routes where there is no other practicable mode of transporting it...
Page 155 - ... under such regulations as shall be prescribed by the board of supervising inspectors with the approval of the Secretary of Commerce...

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