The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 - Administrative law
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 341 - Circuit Breaker: A device designed to open and close a circuit by nonautomatic means, and to open the circuit automatically on a predetermined overload of current, without injury to itself when properly applied within its rating.
Page 73 - Explosive" means any chemical compound, mixture or device, the primary or common purpose of which is to function by explosion, ie, with substantially instantaneous release of gas and heat. This definition does not include blasting devices as defined in Part 17 of this subchapter. (b) "Certificate of approval...
Page 460 - To be a qualified person within the meaning of 75.511, an individual must meet the requirements of 75.153. 75.512 Electric equipment; examination, testing and maintenance. [STATUTORY PROVISION] All electric equipment shall be frequently examined, tested, and properly maintained by a qualified person to assure safe operating conditions. When a potentially dangerous condition is found on electric equipment, such equipment shall be removed from service until such condition is corrected.
Page 674 - The value of production, for the purpose of computing royalty, shall be the estimated reasonable value of the product as determined by the supervisor, due consideration being given to the highest price paid for a part or for a majority of production of like quality in the same field or area, to the price received by the lessee, to posted prices, and to other relevant matters.
Page 281 - Electrical grounding" means to connect with the ground to make the earth part of the circuit. "Employee" means a person who works for wages or salary in the service of an employer. "Employer" means a person or organization which hires one or more persons to work for wages or salary.
Page 518 - State and local laws and regulations. 75.1713 Emergency medical assistance; first-aid. [STATUTORY PROVISIONS] Each operator shall make arrangements in advance for obtaining emergency medical assistance and transportation for injured persons. Emergency communications shall be provided to the nearest point of assistance. Selected agents of the operator shall be trained in first-aid and first-aid training shall be made available to all miners. Each coal mine shall have an adequate supply of first-aid...
Page 672 - Lease production, pipe-line runs. For the convenience of the lessor and lessee, monthly statements of production and royalty shall be based in general on production recorded In pipe-line runs or other shipments. When shipments are Infrequent or do not approximate actual production, the supervisor may require statements of production and royalty to be made on such other basis as he may prescribe, gains, or losses in volume of storage being taken into account when appropriate. Evidence of all shipments...
Page 265 - Official notice. Official notice may be taken of any material fact not appearing in evidence in the record, which is among the traditional matters of judicial notice...
Page 388 - June 30, 1970, each operator shall continuously maintain the average concentration of respirable dust in the mine atmosphere during each shift to which each miner in the active workings of such mine is exposed at or below 3.0 milligrams of respirable dust per cubic meter of air.
Page 428 - Such plan shall be reviewed periodically, at least every six months by the Secretary, taking into consideration any falls of roof or ribs or inadequacy of support of roof or ribs. No person shall proceed beyond the last permanent support unless adequate temporary support is provided or unless such temporary support is not required under the approved roof control plan and the absence of such support will not pose a hazard to the miners.

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