Regulations for the Transportation of Explosives and Other Dangerous Articles by Freight and Express, and Specifications for Shipping Containers: Prescribed Under the Act of March 4, 1909, and Section 15 of the Act to Regulate Commerce as Amended June 18, 1910. Effective October 1, 1914, Except as Noted Herein ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1904 - Explosives - 196 pages
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25 pounds acid Ammunition for cannon barrel or drum black powder blasting caps boxes not cleated Bureau of Explosives car containing explosives carboys carrier cent charcoal charging pressure Common fireworks COMPLIES WITH I. C. C. complying with Specification cushioned cylinders dangerous articles ends exceed exceeding fire flash point freight fuzes gauge high explosives hoops hydrostatic test I. C. C. Regulations I. C. C. SPEC'N ignite inch in thickness inch thick inflammable liquids inside inspection Interstate Commerce Commission kegs leakage leaking less-than-carload loaded Lock or dovetail manufactured Marking.—Each Mullen test Nailed boxes nitrocellulose nitroglycerin offered for shipment package containing packed in strong percussion caps picric acid placards placed plainly marked POUNDS GROSS WEIGHT pounds per square powder for cannon properly Safety fuse shipper SHIPPING CONTAINER SPECIFICATION sides Small-arms Small-arms ammunition Smokeless powder solid-fiber millboard special fireworks square inch tank cars Top and bottom transportation valve waybill wooden barrels