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$ 146.04–5 List of explosives and other dangerous articles and combustible liquids.

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Acetaldehyde (ethyl aldehyde).

Inf. L.
Acetic acid (aqueous solution).

Comb. L..
Acetic acid, glacial..

Comb. L.
Acetic anhydride...

Comb. L.
Acetone..

Inf. L.
A cetone cyanhydrin.

Pois. B.
*Acetone Oils.

Comb. L..
* Acetone oils.

Inf. L.--.
Acetonitrile (see: Acetone).

Inf. L.
Acetyl benzoyl peroxide, solid

Not permitted.
Acetyl benzoyl peroxide, solution.

Oxy. M.
A cetyl chloride

Cor. L.
Acetyl peroxide, solid.

Not permitted.
Acetyl peroxide, solution.

Oxy. M.
Acetylene..

Inf. G.
Acid carboys, empty (see: "Carboys, empty').

Haz.
Acid, picric. (see: “Picric acid.")
* Acid, sludge. (see: "*Sludge acid.").

Cor. L...
Acids, liquid, N.O.S.

Cor. L.
Acrolein (inhibited).

Inf. L..
Acrylonitrile..

Inf. L.
Actuating cartridges, explosive, fire extinguisher or valve..

Expl. O
Aeroplane flares. (see: "Fireworks, special").
Aircraft rocket engines (commercial).

Inf. s
Aircraft rocket engine igniters (commercial).

Inf. s.
Air, compressed..

Noninf. G.
Alcohol, allyl..

Pois. B
Alcohol, amyl (see: Alcohol, N. 0. S.)...

Comb. L..
*Alcohol, N. 0. s.

Comb, L.... *Alcohol, N. 0. s.

Inf. L.-----
*Aldrin, cast solid (see: "Aldrin mixtures, dry, with more than 65

percent aldrin").
Aldrin mixtures, dry, with more than 65 percent aldrin.

Pois. B
* Aldrin mixtures, dry, with 65 percent or less aldrin (see: "Aldrin

mixtures, dry, with more than 65 percent aldrin"). Aldrin mixtures, liquid, with more than 60 percent aldrin..

Pois. B. *Aldrin mixtures, liquid, with 60 percent or less aldrin (see: "Aldrin

mixtures, liquid, with more than 60 percent aldrin"). Alkaline battery fluid..

Cor. L...
*Alkaline caustic liquids, N. 0. S.

Cor. L..
Alkaline corrosive battery fiuid.

Cor. L.
Alkaline corrosive liquids, N. 0. S.

Cor. L.
Allyl alcohol (see: “Alcohol, allyl').

Pois. B
Allyl bromide.

Inf. L...
Allyl chlorocarbonate.

Cor. L.
Allyl chloroformate.

Cor. L.
Allyl trichlorosilane.

Cor. L.
*Aluminum dross.

Inf. S.. *Aluminum liquid (or paint) (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Comb. L.
*Aluminum liquid (or paint) (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L..
Aluminum nitrate (see: "Nitrates).

Oxy. M.
Aluminum powder, uncoated..

Haz
Aluminum Triethyl...

Inf. L.
Aluminum trimethyl...

Inf. L.
Amatol (see: "High explosives").
Ammonia, anhydrous..

Noninf. G
Ammonium arsenate, solid..

Pois. B.
Ammonium bichromate (ammonium dichromate)

Inf. S.
Ammonium nitrate (organic coated) (see: "Nitrates").

Oxy. M.
Ammonium nitrate (no organic coating) (see: "Nitrates").

Oxy. M.
Ammonium nitrate-Carbonate mixtures (see: “Nitrates").

Oxy. M.
*Ammonium nitrate mixed fertilizer (containing over 1$ percent by Oxy. M.

weight of ammonium nitrate) (see: Nitrates").
Ammonium nitrate phosphate (see: "Nitrates"').

Oxy. M.
Ammonium perchlorate see: "Perchlorates').

Oxy. M.
Ammonium permanganate (see: "Permanganates").
Ammonium picrate (see: "High explosives").
Ammonium picrate, wet (when wet with not less than 10 percent water Inf. s.

and in a quantity not exceeding 16 ounces in one outside package).
Ammonium sulfate nitrate.

Haz.----
Ammunition, chemical (containing class A poisons, liquids, or gases).

(See: "Chemical ammunition.
Ammunition, chemical (containing class B poisons, liquid, or gases).

(See: Chemical ammunition.").
Ammunition, chemical (containing class C poisons, liquids, gases or

solids). (See: "Chemical ammunition.")
Ammunition, chemical, explosive.

Expl. A.
Ammunition for cannon, nonexplosive...

No restrictions.
Ammunition for cannon with empty projectiles..

Expl. B..
Ammunition for cannon with explosive projectiles..

Expl. A.
Ammunition for cannon with gas projectiles..

Expl. A.
Ammunition for cannon with illuminating projectiles..

Expl. A.
· Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detalled regulations.

to carry more than 16 persons in addition to the crew.

(2) Any passenger vessel that is not designed and built to receive railroad vehicles shall be considered a passenger ferry if it is engaged in a ferry operation.

(3) Any passenger vessel that is designed and built to receive railroad vehicles shall be considered a railroad car ferry.

(b) Barge. Any non self-propelled vessel having no passengers on board, shall be considered a barge.

(c) Cargo vessel. (1) Any vessel other than a passenger vessel or a barge shall be considered a cargo vessel.

(2) Any passenger ferry or railroad car ferry during any period it is being operated under authority of a change of character certificate issued by an Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection. (Order 74, 6 F.R. 259, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended by CGFR 50–16, 15 F.R. 4503, July 15, 1950; CGFR 53-26, 18 F.R. 5205, Sept. 1, 1953) $ 146.03–37 Volatility.

The term “volatility” is used to indicate the tendency of a liquid to assume the vapor state. The tendency of a liquid to evaporate is influenced by other factors than the vapor pressure. Increased volatility will result from the influence of a rise in temperature. $ 146.03–38 W.T.

The abbreviation "W.T.” means watertight. § 146.03–39 W or W/0.

The abbreviation “W” or w/o" mean “With” or “Without” (i.e. Ammunition for cannon w/o projectiles). [CGFR 56–29, 21 F.R. 7054, Sept. 20, 1956] Subpart 146.04—List of Explosives or

Other Dangerous Articles Containing the Shipping Name or Description of Articles Subject to the Regulations in this Subchapter SOURCE: $$ 146.04-1 to 146.04–5 contained in Order 74, 6 F.R. 261, Jan. 11, 1941, except as otherwise noted. § 146.04–1 Proper shipping name.

The proper shipping name which shall be used and shown on bill of lading or other shipping paper and on outside of shipping containers where required by the regulations in this subchapter, appears in this list in roman type (not italics).

§ 146.04–2 Dangerous articles not

named. Any article not properly described by a name shown in this commodity list when such article classifies under the definitions contained herein as a dangerous article shall be prepared and offered for shipment in compliance with the regulations in this part. § 146.04–3 Classification.

This list shows the classification of each permitted article or substance. It also shows the articles or substances that are prohibited by the provisions of R. S. 4472, as amended, or that are not permitted by the regulations in this part, for transportation or storage on board vessels. $ 146.04–4 Signs and abbreviations.

The meaning of the signs and abbreviations used in § 146.04–5 are as follows:

(*) Asterisk indicates the article may or may not come within the classification shown. If, in accordance with the definitions contained herein, the article does come within the classification it is subject to the regulations in this part. Inf. L----- Inflammable Liquid. Inf. S..

Inflammable Solid. Oxy. M.-. Oxidizing Material. Cor.

Corrosive Liquid. Inf. G... Inflammable Compressed

Gas. Noninf. G.--- Noninflammable Com

pressed Gas. Pois. A----- Poison Gas or Liquid, Class

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A.

Pois. B.-----

Poisonous Liquid or Solid,

Class B. Tear Gas, Class C. Radioactive Material, Class

Pois.
Pois. D------

D.

Expl. A.--- Class A Explosives.
Expl. B.-------- Class B Explosives.
Expl. C---------

Class C Explosives.
Comb. L--------

Combustible Liquid. Haz.--

Hazardous Article. Prohibited ---- Means prohibited by R. S

4472, as amended. Not permitted.. Means not permitted by

the regulations in this

subchapter. No restrictions. Means this item is shown

in the regulations only to distinguish it from arti. cles under similar name that are classed as dan.

gerous. (Order 74, 6 F.R. 261, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended by Order 103, 6 F.R. 1893, Apr. 11, 1941; CGFR 53-26, 18 F.R. 5205, Sept. 1. 1953)

List of explosives and other dangerous articles and combustible liquids.

§ 146.04–5

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Acetaldehyde (ethyl aldehyde)...

Inf. L... Acetic acid (aqueous solution)...

Comb. L. Acetic acid, glacial.

Comb. L Acetic anhydride....

Comb. L. Acetone.-----

Inf. L Acetone cyanhydrin......

Pois. B. Acetone oils..

Comb. L. *Acetone oils....

Inf. L.--Acetonitrile (see: Acetone)...

Inf. L.--Acetyl benzoyl peroxide, solid..

Not permitted Acetyl benzoyl peroxide, solution.

Oxy. M.. Acetyl chloride...

Cor. L.. Acetyl peroxide, solid..

Not permitted. Acetyl peroxide, solution

Oxy. M.. Acetylene......

Inf. G... Acid carboys, empty (see: "Carboys, empty')....

Haz.----Acid, picric. (see: "Picric acid.") * Acid, sludge. (see: "*Sludge acid.").

Cor. L.-Acids, liquid, N. 0. S...

Cor. L. Acrolein (inhibited)..

Inf. L. Acrylonitrile...

Inf. L.
Actuating cartridges, explosive, fire extinguisherfor valvo..

Expl. O
Aeroplane flares. (see: "Fireworks, special").
Aircraft rocket engines (commercial).

Inf. S...
Aircraft rocket engine igniters (commercial).-..-----------
Air, compressed..

Noninf. G.
Alcohol, allyl....

Pois. B.. Alcohol, amyl (se

Comb. L. * Alcohol, N. 0. s

Comb. L. *Alcohol, N.O.S.

Inf. L. * Aldrin, cast solid (see: "Aldrin mixtures, dry, with more than 65

percent aldrin"). Aldrin mixtures, dry, with more than 65 percent aldrin.-.-.

Pois. B.-------• Aldrin mixtures, dry, with 65 percent or less aldrin (see: "Aldrin

mixtures, dry, with more than 65 percent aldrin"). Aldrin mixtures, liquid, with more than 60 percent aldrin.

Pois. B. * Aldrin mixtures, liquid, with 60 percent or less aldrin (see:

mixtures, liquid, with more than 60 percent aldrin"). Alkaline battery fluid.....

Cor. L. *Alkaline caustic liquids, N. 0. S..

Cor. L... Alkaline corrosive battery fiuid..

Cor. L. Alkaline corrosive liquids, N. 0.8

Cor. L. Allyl alcohol (see: "Alcohol, allyl")..

Pois. B Allyl bromide...

Inf. L. Allyl chlorocarbonate...

Cor. L. Allyl chloroformate.

Cor. L Allyl trichlorosilane....

Cor. L.. * Aluminum dross.....

Inf. s. *Aluminum liquid (or paint) (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.")

Comb. L. *Aluminum liquid (or paint) (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L. Aluminum nitrate (see: “Nitrates"')...

Oxy. M. Aluminum powder, uncoated..----

Haz...Aluminum triethyl

Inf. L..
Aluminum trimethyl...

Inf. L.
Amatol (see: “High explosives").
Ammonia, anhydrous..

Noninf. G.
Ammonium arsenate, solid...---

Pois. B. Ammonium bichromate (ammonium dichromate)

Inf. S. Ammonium nitrate (organic coated) (see: “Nitrates").

Oxy. M. Ammonium nitrate (no organic coating) (see: “Nitrates")....

Oxy. M.. Ammonium nitrate-Carbonate mixtures (see: "Nitrates")....

Oxy. M.. *Ammonium nitrate mixed fertilizer (containing over 15 percent by Oxy. M.

weight of ammonium nitrate) (see: “Nitrates"). Ammonium nitrate phosphate (see: "Nitrates").

Oxy. M.
Ammonium perchlorate (see: “Perchlorates").

Oxy. M.
Ammonium permanganate (see: “Permanganates'
Ammonium picrate (see: “High explosives").
Ammonium picrate, wet (when wet with not less than 10 percent water Inf. S....

and in a quantity not exceeding 16 ounces in one outside package). Ammonium sulfate nitrate....

Haz.. Ammunition, chemical (containing class A poisons, liquids, or gases).

(See: Chemical ammunition.") Ammunition, chemical (containing class B poisons, liquid, or gases).

(See: Chemical ammunition.") Ammunition, chemical (containing class C poisons, liquids, gases or

solids). (See: Chemical ammunition.") Ammunition, chemical, explosive...

Expl. A... Ammunition for cannon, nonexplosive....

No restrictions. Ammunition for cannon with empty projectiles

Expl. B. Ammunition for cannon with explosive projectiles

Expl. A. Ammunition for cannon with gas projectiles..

Expl. A Ammunition for cannon with illuminating projectiles..

Expl. A. * Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detalled regulations.

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Ammunition for cannon with incendiary projectiles...

Expl. A. Ammunition for cannon with inert-loaded projectiles.

Expl. B. Ammunition for cannon with smoke projectiles..

Expl. A. Ammunition for cannon with solid projestiles...

Expl. B. Ammunition for cannon without projectiles..

Expl, B. Ammunition for small arms with explosive bullets.

Expl. A. Ammunition for small arms with explosive projectiles.

Expl. A. Ammunition material...

No restrictions.
Ammunition-projectiles, grenades, bombs, mines, torpedoes -

Expl. A.
Ammunition, rocket (see: "Rocket ammunition").
Ammunition, small arms (see: “Small-arms ammunition").

Expl. c. *Amyl acetate (see: Allyl bromide).

Comb. L. *Amyl acetate (see: Allyl bromide)

Inf. L. Amyl chloride (see: Allyl bromide)

Inf. L.--Amyl mercaptan (see: "Mercaptans).

Inf. L. Amyl nitrite.

Inf. L. Amyl trichlorosilane..

Cor. L...
Anhydrous ammonia

Noninf. G.
Anhydrous ammonia in bulk (see: $146.24-85).
Anhydrous hydrazine (see: "Hydrazine, anhydrous").

Cor. L.
Anhydrous hydrofluoric acid (see: "Hydrofluoric acid, anhydrous").- Cor. L..
Aniline oil drums empty..

Haz. Aniline oil, liquid.

Pois. B. Anisoyl chloride

Cor. L.. *Anti-freeze compounds, liquid..

Comb. L*Anti-freeze compounds, liquid.

Inf. L. *Anti-freeze preparations, proprietary, liquid.

Comb. L.. *Anti-freeze preparations, proprietary, liquid.

Inf. L... Antimony pentachloride

Cor. L.. Antimony pentachloride, solution.

Cor. L..
Antimony pentafluoride..--

Cor. L.
Apparatus (see: “Machines or apparatus"),
A qua ammonia solutions containing anhydrous ammonia.

Noinf. G.
Argon..

Noninf. G. Argon, pressurized liquid...

Noninf. G. Arsenate of lead (see: "Lead arsenate").

Pois. B. Arsenic acid, liquid.

Pois. B. Arsenic acid, solid.

Pois. B. Arsenic bromide, solid.

Pois. B. Arsenic chloride (arsenous) liquid.

Pois. B. Arsenic iodide, solid

Pois. B. Arsenic pentoxide, solid.

Pois. B. Arsenic, solid...

Pois. B. Arsenic sulfide (powder), solid.

Pois. B. Arsenic trichloride, liquid (see: "Arsenic chloride (arsenous) liquid"). Pois. B. Arsenic trioxide, solid

Pois. B. Arsenic, white, solid.

Pois. B. Arsenical compounds or mixtures, N. 0. S., liquid.

Pois. B. Arsenical compounds or mixtures, N. 0. 8., solid.

Pois. B. Arsenical dip, liquid (sheep dip).

Pois. B. Arsenical dust (see: "Insecticide, dry').

Pois. B. Arsenical flue dust (see: "Insecticide, dry").

Pois. B. Arsenous acid, solid (see: “Arsenic trioxide, solid”).

Pois. B. Arsenous and mercuric iodide solution, liquid...

Pois. B. *Asphalt...

Haz.. * Asphalt, cut-back (see: "Road asphalt or tar, liquid"). *Asphaltic surfacing material (see: "Road asphalt or tar, liquid"). Comb. L. Automobiles, motorcycles, tractors, or other self-propelled vehicles, Haz..

new or used, when offered for transportation without boxing of crating

and containing gasoline, or other motor fuel, within the fuel tank. Automobiles, motorcycles, tractors, or other self-propelled vehicles, new or

used, with or without boring or crating and containing no gasoline or
other motor fuel within the motor or fuel tank. (See: "Automobiles,

motorcycles, tractors, or other self-propelled vehicles, etc."). Bags, nitrate of soda, empty or unwashed.

Inf. S.. Bags, nitrate of soda, empty and washed (see: "Burlap bags, used and Inf. S.

washed”). Barium azide—50 percent or more water, wet.

Inf. s. Barium chlorate (see: "Chlorates").

Oxy. M. Barium chlorate, wet (see: “Chlorates, wet'').

Oxy. M. Barium cyanide, solid (see: "Cyanides, etc.).

Pois. B.. Barium nitrate (see: “Nitrates"').

Oxy. M. Barium perchlorate (see: “Perchlorates")

Oxy. M. Barium permanganate (see: “Permanganates").

Oxy. M. Barium peroxide (binoxide, dioxide).

Oxy. M. Barrels, empty (see: “Drums, empty').

Haz.. Batteries, dry -

No restrictions. Batteries, electric storage, wet..

Cor. L. Batteries, electric storage, wet, with automobiles or auto parts (see: Cor. L.

“Batteries, electric storage, wet" or "Automobiles, etc.").
Batteries, electric storage, wet, with containers of corrosive battery Cor. L..

fluid (see: "Electrolyte (acid) or alkaline corrosive battery fluid
packed with storage batteries”).
1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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Battery charger with electrolyte (acid) or batteryfluid (see: "Electro- Cor. L. ....

lyte (acid) or alkaline corrosive battery fluid packed with battery charger, radio current supply device, or electronic equipment and actuating devices). Battery fluid (see: "Electrolyte (acid) battery fluid” or “Alkaline Cor. L....

corrosive battery fluid”). Battery parts (plates, grids, etc., unwashed, exhausted)----

Haz... Benzaldehyde. -----

Comb. Benzene (benzol).

Inf. L.

Red *Benzine...

Comb. L *Benzine...

Inf. L...

Red. Benzine (export only) (see: "Gasoline").

Inf. L...

Red.

saya Benzol (benzene).

Inf. L.

Red. Benzoyl chloride.

Cor L.

White Benzoyl peroxide, dry (granular form).

Oxy. M.

Yellow Benzoyl peroxide, wet (with not less than 30 percent water)

Oxy. M.

Yellow. Benzyl bromide (bromotoluene, alpha)

Cor. L.

White.

Bolos Benzyl chloride..-

Cor. L.

White. Benzyl chlorocarbonate..

Cor. L.

White. Benzyl chloroformate

Cor. L. Beryllium metal powder...

Pois. B. Black blasting powder (see: "Black powder")..

Expl. A Black pellet powder (see: “Black powder”).

Expi. A Black powder...

Expl. A Black powder igniters with empty cartridge bags (see: "Igniters”). Expl. C. Black rifle powder (see: "Black powder').

Expl. A Blasting caps, electric-more than 1,000 (see: "Initiating or priming Expl. A

explosives"). Blasting caps, electric-1,000 or less (see: “Blasting caps'')---------- Expl. C. Blasting caps-more than 1,000 (see: Initiating or priming explo Expl, A.

sives"'). Blasting caps-1,000 or less...

Expl. C.Blasting caps with metal clad mild detonating fuse-1,000 or less

Expl. O Blasting caps with metal clad mild detonating fuse-more than 1,000 Expl. A.. (see: Initiating or priming explosives).

to sol Blasting caps with safety fuse-more than 1,000 (see: "Initiating or Expl. A.

883) priming explosives").

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DOMES Blasting caps with safety fuse-1,000 or less.

------------ Expl. c.

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Blasting gelatin (see: "High explosives'').
Blasting powder (see: "Black powder").
Bleaching powder..

Haz. *Boiler compound, liquid...

Cor. L

White
Bombs, explosive (see: "Explosive bombs”).
Bombs, explosive, gas, smoke or incendiary (see: "Ammunition, chemical,

explosive").
Bombs, explosive, incendiary (see: "Explosive bombs").
Bombs, fireworks (see: "Fireworks, special").
Bombs, gas, smoke, or incendiary, nonexplosive (see: "Chemical am-

munition").
Bombs, incendiary or smoke without bursting charges (see: "Fireworks,

Dil Tod

bethod

STOLT moc special”). Bombs, practice with electric primers or electric squibs.------------------ No restrictions.......

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Bombs, sand-loaded or empty (see: "Ammunition for cannon, nonexplosive").

borada Boosters (explosive) (see: "Initiating or priming explosives").

Expl. A. Bordeaux arsenites, liquid (see: “Arsenical compounds or mixtures, Pois. B

N. O. S., liquid"). Bordeaux arsenites, solid.

Pois. B..

Poison Boron trichloride...

Cor. L.

White.

od Boron trifluoride...

Noninf. G.

Green gas. Bottles, acid or other corrosive liquid, empty. *Box toe board (nitrocellulose base)...

Haz... *Box toe gum

Comb. L *Box toe gum..

Inf. L..

Red Brimstone (see: "Sulfur')..

Haz. Bromacetone, liquid..

Pois. A

Poison gas. Brombenzyl cyanide, liquid

Pois. C

Tear gas. Bromine....--

Cor. L.

White. Bromine pentafluoride...

White. Bromine trifluoride..--.

Cor. L.

White.
Bromobenzene...

Comb. L.
Bromobenzol (see: “Bromobenzene”).
Bromomethane, liquid (see: "Methyl bromide, liquid”).
Bromotoluene, alpha...------

Cor. L.

White. *Bronze liquid (or paint) (see: “Paint, enamel, etc.").

Comb. L. *Bronze liquid (or paint) (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").

Inf. L Brucine, solid (dimethoxy strychnine)...

Pois. B..

Poison Burlap bags, new (see: “Burlap cloth").

Haz.

- ---------Burlap bags, used and unwashed or uncleaned....

Haz..
Burlap bags, used and washed (see: "Burlap cloth")...
Burlap bags, vacuum cleaned, wheel cleaned or otherwise mechani. Haz....

cally brushed (see: “Burlap cloth"). Burlap cloth (hessian)..----

-------------- Haz ---------1 Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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