The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1957
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 259 - ... 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 211 - 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...
Page 58 - С explosives. (h) Type 8. Any solid or liquid compound, mixture or device which is not specifically included in any of the above types, and which under special conditions may be so designated and approved by the Bureau of Explosives. Example: Shaped charges, commercial. (1) A shaped charge, commercial, consists of a plastic, paper, or other suitable container comprising a charge of not to exceed 8 ounces of a high explosive containing no liquid explosive ingredient and with a hollowed-out portion...
Page 196 - The package must contain not more than 0.1 millicuries of radium, or polonium, or that amount of strontium 89, strontium 90. or barium 140 which disintegrates at a rate of more than 5 million atoms per second...
Page 451 - The type tests are as follows : (1) 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 drop test on any other parts which might be considered weaker than the chime.
Page 263 - Care shall be exercised in the loading and unloading of "arsenical dust", "arsenic trioxide". and "sodium arsenate", allowable to be loaded Into siftproof, steel hopper-type or dump-type motor-vehicle bodies equipped with water-proof, dust-proof covers well secured in place on all openings, to accomplish such loading with the minimum spread of such compounds into the atmosphere by all means that are practicable; and no such loading or unloading shall be done near or adjacent to any place where there...
Page 159 - All liquefied petroleum gas in a tank motor vehicle shall be effectively odorized by an approved agent of such character as to indicate positively, by a distinctive odor, the presence of gas down to a concentration in air of not over one-fifth the lower limit of combustibility: Provided, however, That odorization is not required if harmful in the use or further processing of the liquefied petroleum gas, or if odorization will serve no useful purpose as a warning agent in such use or further processing.
Page 297 - Test for imperviousness shall consist of folding material into cones, loosely to avoid breakage at creases. Cones tested for nitroglycerin shall be filled to 1" depth; those for water to 2". No leakage of liquid shall occur during 24 hours
Page 458 - He inch diameter are allowed. Plug, or cap, must have sufficient length of thread to engage 3 threads when screwed home with gasket in place: Provided, That for containers having a capacity of 12 gallons and less the seat (flange, etc.) for plug, or cap, must have two or more complete threads and plug, or cap, must have sufficient length of thread to engage two threads when screwed home with gasket in place.
Page 397 - Heat treatment must be accomplished after all forming and welding operations, except that when brazed joints are used, heat treatment must follow any forming and weldIng operations, but may be done before, during or after the brazing operations.

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