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Tankages, rough ammoniate, as described.
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Textile waste, wet, as described.
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(Secs. 232-236, 41 Stat. 1444, 1445; 18 U.S.C. 382-386) [Dangerous articles list, express, p. 191, Part II, Regulations for the transportation of explosives and other dangerous articles by express, ICC, revised May 12, 1930, effective Oct. 1, 1930, as amended]
81.1 Purpose and application. (a) To promote the uniform enforcement of law and to minimize the dangers to life and property incident to the transportation of explosives and other dangerous articles, by carriers engaged in interstate or foreign commerce by rail, the following regulations are prescribed to define these articles for express transportation purposes, to state the precautions that must be observed by the shipper in preparing them for shipment, and by the carrier in handling them while in transit. It is the duty of each such carrier and shipper to make the prescribed regulations effective and to thoroughly instruct employees in relation thereto.
(b) The regulations in Parts 72, 74, 80, and this part apply to all shipments of explosives and other dangerous articles as defined herein, including carriers' material and supplies.
(c) Section 235 of the Act of March 4, 1921 (41 Stat. 1445; 18 U.S.C. 385) requires the shipper of explosives and other dangerous articles to describe, pack, and mark his packages properly, and to inform the agent of the carrier of the true character of their contents. Heavy penalties are provided for the shipper who knowingly solicits the transportation of any explosive or other dangerous article without complying with these requirements, as well as for the carrier that knowingly accepts and transports them.
(d) The regulations in Parts 72, 74, 80, and this part make all proper and necessary provisions for the transportation of explosives and other dangerous articles. No person or carrier may under any circumstances ship or carry any explosive on any passenger car or vehicle in violation of section 232 of the Act of March 4, 1921 (41 Stat. 1444; 18 U.S.C. 382). No person or carrier may ship or carry any explosive or other dangerous article, as defined herein pursuant to section 233 of the Act (41 Stat. 1445; 18 U.S.C. 383), on any such car or vehicle before written notice of the true character of the article is given the carrier, without being subject to the penalties of the Act.
(e) Explosives and other dangerous articles, except such as are forbidden (see §§ 81.20 (a), 81.50 (a)), may be offered for transportation to express carriers engaged in interstate or foreign commerce by rail and transported, provided the regulations in Parts 72, 74, 80, and this part are complied with, and provided their method of manufacture, packing, and storage, so far as they affect safe transportation, are open to inspection by a duly authorized representative of the initial carrier or of the Bureau of Explosives. Shipments that do not comply with the regulations in Parts 72, 74, 80, and this part must not be delivered for transportation or transported.
(f) Under the Explosives Act, the services of the bureau for the safe transportation of explosives and other dangerous articles, hereinafter called Bureau of Explosives, may be utilized by the Commission in the execution of its provisions. This Bureau will make inspections and conduct investigations and will confer with manufacturers and shippers with a view to determining what regulations will within reasonable limits afford the highest degree of safety in packing and preparing explosives and other dangerous articles for shipment and in transporting the same. The Commission will give due weight to expert opinions thus obtained. Reports of these investigations should be made to the Commission with recommendations.
Specifications for shipping containers, methods of packing for shipment, and other regulations, will be considered and prescribed from time to time by orders effective as conditions may appear to warrant.* [Pars. 1-6]
*88 81.1 to 81.114, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in secs. 232-236, 41 Stat. 1444, 1445; 18 U.S.C. 382–386.
†The source of §§ 81.1 to 81.114, inclusive, (except for amendments noted in the text,) is Part II, Regulations for the transportation of explosives and other dangerous articles in freight, express and baggage services, including specifications for shipping containers, Interstate Commerce Commission, May 12, 1930, effective Oct. 1, 1930.
81.2 Canadian shipments. Explosives and other dangerous articles as defined herein, which are packed, marked, labeled, and loaded, in conformity with Regulations of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, may be accepted and carried by carriers from point of entry in the United States to their destination in the United States or through the United States en route to a point in Canada.*t [Par. 7]
CROSS REFERENCE: For regulations of the Bureau of Customs relating to quotas on articles included under the Canadian Trade Agreement, see 19 CFR 14.21. 81.3 Import shipments. Whenever an order is placed in a foreign country for the importation of any explosive or other dangerous article, to be forwarded in original package from port of entry by carrier subject to the regulations in Parts 72, 74, 80, and this part, the importer must furnish with the order to the foreign shipper, and also to the forwarding agent at the port of entry, full and complete information as to the packing, marking, and labeling required by the regulations in Parts 72, 74, 80, and this part. The forwarding agent must see that the packages are properly packed, marked, and labeled as prescribed herein.*+ [Par. 8]
**For statutory and source citations, see note to § 81.1.