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Maelf) or decompose so as to cause di werous evolution of heat or gas is p hibited. Such materials may be offe for transportation when properly 5 bilined or inhibited.

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charged and shipped for export wh compliance with regulations governs such charging and shipping as promul. gated by the Interstate Commerce Commission. Bill of lading or other shipping paper shall, when possible, identify the cylinder and shall carry the following certification:

These cylinders have been retested and realled in accordance with the Interstate Com. merce Commission requirements for export.

(f) Where the regulations require ICC-37A and 37B single trip metal drums, ICC-37D, 37E, 37F, 37G and 37H single trip metal drums may be continued in use for commodities and gross weights for which they were previously authorized until further order of the Interstate Commerce Commission.

(g) Where the regulations limit the capacity of ICC-IX STC carboys to not over 6 gallons, these export carboys of capacity not over 6%2 gallons may be used.

(h) Where the regulations limit the gross weight of I.C.C. specification portable tanks to 8,000 pounds, these portable tanks of gross weight not over 20,000 pounds may be used provided the lifting gear used to load and discharge the tank is of suficient capacity to safely handle the weight. In addition to other markings required, the portable tanks shall be marked with the gross weight and the legend "Use heavy lift.”

(i) Where the regulations require specification ICC-22C or ICC-15P wooden or plywood boxes or drums, specifications ICC-1F or IG polyethylene carboys in wooden or plywood boxes or drums respectively, may be continued in use for the commodities and capacities for which they were previously authorized until further order of the Interstate Commerce Commission.

(j) Where the regulations require specification ICC-21C fiber drums, specifications 21A or 21B fiber drums manufactured prior to 27 June 1962 may be used for commodities and weights for which they were previously authorized until further order of the Interstate Commerce Commission. (Order 74, 6 F. R. 268, Jan. 11, 1941, as amended by Order 129, 6 F.R. 3182, July 1, 1941; CGFR 53–26, 18 F.R. 5216, Sept. 1, 1953; CGFR 56–29, 21 F.R. 7055, Sept. 20,

(c) For compressed gases when tank cars marked ICC-105A300 are authorized, tank cars marked ICC-105A400, 105A500, and 105A600 may also be accepted; when ICC-104A tank cars are authorized, tank cars marked ICC105A300, 105A400, 105A500, and 105A600 may also be accepted; and when ICC106A500 tank cars are authorized, tank cars marked ICC-106A800 may also be accepted.

(d) Tank cars. The regulations of the Interstate Commerce Commission governing the transportation of explosives and other dangerous articles, effective January 7, 1941, authorize the use of fusion welded tanks on tank cars. The fusion welded tank cars corresponding to the specification shown in the tables herein as an acceptable container are also authorized for acceptance on board vessels. These cars will be marked by a "W" added to the specification marking; For Example, "ICC-103A" will carry the marking "ICC-103A-W”, etc.

(e) Cylinders of foreign manufacture received from foreign countries for charging with compressed gas may be

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Mercuric oxide (red), solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid”).

Pois. B.. Mercuric oxide (yellow), solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid). Pois. B. Mercuric oxycyanide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B. Mercuric-potassium cyanide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).- Pois. B. Mercuric-potassium iodide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid"). Pois. B. Mercuric salicylate, solid (see: “Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B. Mercuric subsulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid"').

Pois. B.. Mercuric sulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B.
Mercuric sulfo cyanate, solid (mercuric thiocyanate) (see: "Mercury Pois. B.

compounds, solid”).
Mercurol (mercury nucleate), solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid”). Pois. B.
Mercurous bromide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid"').

Pois. B
Mercurous gluconate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solidó").

Pois. B. Mercurous iodide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid)

Pois. B. Mercurous nitrate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B. Mercurous oxide, black, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid"). Pois. B. Mercurous sulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid)..

Pois. B. Mercury acetate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B.
Mercury bichloride, solid (mercuric chloride) (see: "Mercury com- Pois, B.

pounds, solid).
Mercury bisulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid)...

Pois. B.
Mercury compounds, N. 0. S. (solid) (see: "Mercury compounds, Pois. B.

solid''). Mercury compounds, solid..

Pois. B.
Mercury cyanide, solid (see: "Cyanides, etc.").-

Pois. B..
Mercury fulminate (see: "Initiating or priming explosives").
Mercury nucleate, solid (see: “Mercurol, solid”).
Mesityl oxide..

Comb. L. *Metal borings, shavings, turnings, cuttings..

Haz. *Metal polish, iiquid (see: "Polishes, metal, etc.")

Comb. L. *Metal polish, liquid (see: "Polishes, metal, etc.

Inf. L.. Metallic sodium or potassium (see: "Sodium, metallic or potassium. Inf. S.

metallic"). Methane.

Int. G. Methanol (methyl alcohol) (see: Alcohol, N.O.S.).

Inf. L. Methyl acetate

Int. L. Methyl acetone.

Inf. L. Methylacetylene-15 to 20 percent propadiene mixture.

Inf. G. Methyl alcohol (methanol) (see: Alcohol, N.O.S.).

Inf. L. Methyl aluminum sesquibromide (see: Aluminum triethyl)

Inf. L. Methyl aluminum sesquichloride (see: Aluminum triethyl).

Inf. L. Methyl amyl acetate.

Comb. L. Methyl amyl ketone..

Comb. L. Methyl bromide, liquid (bromomethane).

Pois. B.
Methyl bromide and chlorpicrin mixture, liquid (see: "Methyl Pois. B.

bromide, liquid (bromomethane)").
Methyl bromide and ethylene dibromide mixture, liquid..

Pois. B.
Methyl bromide and nonflammable, nonliquefied compressed gas Pois. B.

mixture, liquid. Methyl " Cellosolve" (see: "Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether"). Methyl Cellosolve" acetate (see "Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether

acetate”). Methyl chloride.

Int. G Methyl chloride-methylene chloride mixture.

Inf. G.. Methyl chloroformate

Cor. L. Methylchloromethyl ether, anhydrous.

Inf. L. Methyldichlorarsine.

Pois. A. Methyldichlorosilane.

Inf. L. Methyl ethyl ketone.

Inf. L. Methyl formate.

Inf. L. Methylhydrazine..

Inf. L. Methyl iso-propenyl ketone, inhibited.

Inf. L. Methyl magnesium bromide in ethyl ether in concentrations not over Infla. L..

40% (see: Aluminum triethyl). Methyl mercaptan..-

Inf. G. Methyl methacrylate monomer.

Inf. L. Methyl parathion, liquid (see: "Parathion, liquid”).

Pois. B
Methyl parathion mixture, dry (see: “Parathion mixture, dry'). Pois. B
Methyl parathion mixture, liquid (see: “Parathion mixture, liquid'). Pois. B..
Methyl trichlorosilane (see: "Ethyl trichlorosilane").

Inf. L.
Methyl vinyl ketone, inhibited (see: "Ethyl metbyl ketone").
Mild detonating fuse, metal clad (see:"Cordeau detonant fuse''). Expl. C.
Mines, empty (see: "Ammunition for cannon, nonexplosive").

No restrictions.
Mines, explosive (see: "Explosive mines").
Mixed acid (see: Nitrating (mixed) acid").

Cor. L..
Mixture of hydrofluoric and sulfuric acids (see: "Hydrofluoric and sul- Cor. L.

furic acids, mixtures"). Mixtures of solutions of liquefied noninflammable gases and liquids other

than those classified as inflammable, corrosive, or poisonous, charged wilh nitrogen, carbon dioxide or air (see" Compressed gases, N. O.S."). Monobromobenzene (see: “Bromobenzene"). Monobromotrifluoromethane...

Noninf. G.. Monochloracetone stabilized..

Pois. C.... * Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

Green gas.
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Monochloracetone (unstabilized).

Not permitted.. Monochlorbenzol (see: "Chlorobenzol").

Comb. L... Monochloroacetic acid, liquid..

Cor. L....... Monochlorobenzene (see: "Chlorobenzol").

Comb L....... Monochlorobenzol (see: "Chlorobenzol").

Comb. L. Monochlorodifluoromethane.

16 Noninf. G. Monochloroethylene (see: "Vinyl chloride, inhibited”). Monochloropentafluoroethane..

Noninf. G Monochlorotetrafluoroethane.

Noninf. G. Monochlorotrifluoromethane

Noninf. G. Monoethylamine (ethylamine)

Inf. L... Monofluorophosphoric acid, anhydrous (see: "Difluorophosphoric Cor. L........

acid, anhydrous"). Monomethylamine, anhydrous..

Inf. G Monomethylamine, aqueous solution (see "Dimethylamine, aqueous Inf. L.

solutions"). *Mortar stain, liquid (see: "Paint, enamel, etc.").

Comb. L.. *Mortar stain, liquid (see: “Paint, enamel, etc."').

Inf. L...
Moth balls (see: "Naphthalene").
Motion-picture film (nitrocellulose base) including mited shipments with Inf. S.

noninflammable film).
Motion-picture film, old and worn out (nitrocellulose base).

Inf S....
Motion-picture film, old and worn out (slowburning)--

No restrictions
Motion-picture film (processed, positive or negative, nitrocellulose). Inf. S.
Motion-picture film (processed, positive or negative, slow-burning) No restrictions
Motion-picture film scrap (nitrocellulose base) other than samples. Inf. S.
Motion-picture film scrap (nitrocellulose base), samples of...

Inf. S..
Motion-picture film, scrap (slow burning).

No restrictions. Motion-picture film, toy (nitrocellulose base).

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Inf. S. Motion-picture film, toy pieces (nitrocellulose base)

No restrictions. Motion-picture film, toy ( slow-burning).

No restrictions. Motion-picture film, unexposed (nitrocellulose base)

Inf. S. Motion-picture film, unexposed (slow-burning).

No restrictions. Motion-picture outfits, toy..

No restrictions.. Motor-fuel antiknook compound.

Pois. B. Motor fuel (export only) (see: "Gasoline").

Inf. L. *Motor fuel, N. O.S.

Comb. L... *Motor fuel, N. 0. S..

Inf. L. Motor spirit (export only) (see: "Gasoline").

Inf. L.. Motorcycles (see: “Automobiles, motorcycles, etc.").

Haz. Muriatic acid (see: "Hydrochloric acid")

Cor. L. Mustard gas.

Pois. A.. Nafta (export only) (see: "Gasoline").

Inf. L.. SUMONT *Naphtha (see: "Benzine").

Comb. L... *Naphtha (see: “Benzine").

Inf. L.. *Naphtha distillate (see: "Benzine").

Comb. L.. *Naphtha distillate (see: "Petroleum distillate”).

Inf. L. *Naphtha, petroleum (see: "Benzine”). *Naphtha, solvent (see: "Coal tar naphtha").

Comb. L. *Naphtha, solvent (see: "Coal tar naphtha”).

Inf. L... Naphthalene.

Haz..
Naphthalin.......

Haz.
Natural gasoline (see: "Gasoline").
Neohexane.

Inf. L..
Neon gas.

Noninf. G New explosives or explosive devices (see: $ 146.20-3 (a)). 7

the Nickel carbonyl...

Inf. L. *Nickel catalyst, finely divided, activated or spent..

Inf. S.. Nickel cyanide, solid (see: "Cyanides, etc.").

Pois. B. Nicotine hydrochloride

Pois. B. Nicotine, liquid..

Pois. B. Nicotine salicylate..

Pois. B. Nicotine sulfate, liquid..

Pois. B. Nicotine sulfate, solid.

Pois. B. Nicotine tartrate..

Pois. B. Nitrate of aluminum (see: "Nitrates).

Oxy. M.
Nitrate of ammonia (see: “Nitrates").........

Oxy. M.
Nitrate of ammonia explosives (see: "High explosives").
Nitrate of barium (see: “Nitrates").

Oxy. M.
Nitrate of lead (see: "Nitrates").

Oxy. M. Nitrate of potash (Potassium nitrate) (see: “Nitrates").

Oxy. M. Nitrate of soda (Sodium nitrate) (see: "Nitrates")..

Oxy. M. Nitrate of soda and potash (see: "Nitrates").

Oxy. M.
Nitrate of soda, bags, empty, unwashed (see "Bags, nitrate of soda, Oxy. M.

empty and unwashed").
Nitrate of strontium (strontium nitrate) (see: "Nitrates").

Oxy. M.
Nitrates....

Oxy. M. Nitrates, N. 0. S. (see: “Nitrates").

Oxy. M. Nitrating (mixed) acid.

Cor. L.
Nitric acid

Cor. L.......
Nitric ether (see: "Ethyl nitrate”).
Nitrite of soda (see: "Šodium nitrite").

Oxy. M.......
Nitrobenzol, liquid (oil of mirbane)..

Pois. B. * Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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Mercuric oxide (red), solid (see: “Mercury compounds, solid”).

Pois. B. Mercuric oxide (yellow), solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid”). Pois. B. Mercuric oxycyanide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid").

Pois. B. Mercuric-potassium cyanide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).- Pois. B.. Mercuric-potassium iodide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid”) Pois, B. Mercuric salicylate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B. Mercuric subsulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid'').

Pois. B.. Mercuric sulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B.
Mercuric sulfo cyanate, solid (mercuric thiocyanate) (see: "Mercury Pois. B.

compounds, solid”).
Mercurol (mercury nucleate), solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid"). Pois. B..
Mercurous bromide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B
Mercurous gluconate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid'').

Pois. B. Mercurous iodide, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B. Mercurous nitrate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid'').

Pois. B. Mercurous oxide, black, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid"). Pois. B. Mercurous sulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B. Mercury acetate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid).

Pois. B.
Mercury bichloride, solid (mercuric chloride) (see: "Mercury com- Pois, B.

pounds, solid).
Mercury bisulfate, solid (see: "Mercury compounds, solid")...

Pois. B..
Mercury compounds, N. 0. S. (solid) (see: "Mercury compounds, Pois. B.

solid''). Mercury compounds, solid.

Pois. B.
Mercury cyanide, solid (see: "Cyanides, etc.")...

Pois. B.
Mercury fulminate (see: Initiating or priming explosives").
Mercury nucleate, solid (see: "Mercurol, solid”).
Mesityl oxide...

Comb. L.. *Metal borings, shavings, turnings, cuttings.

Haz.. *Metal polish, iiquid (see: "Polishes, metal, etc.")

Comb. L. *Metal polish, liquid (see: "Polishes, metal, etc."').

Inf. L. Metallic sodium or potassium (see: "Sodium, metallic or potassium. Inf. S.

metallic"). Methane.

Int. G. Methanol (methyl alcohol) (see: Alcohol, N.O.S.).

Inf. L Methyl acetate.

Int. L. Methyl acetone.

Inf. L.. Methylacetylene-15 to 20 percent propadiene mixture.

Inf. G. Methyl alcohol (methanol) (see: Alcohol, N.O.S.).

Inf. L. Methyl aluminum sesquibromide (see: Aluminum triethyl).

Inf. L. Methyl aluminum sesquichloride (see: Aluminum triethyl)

Inf. L.. Methyl amyl acetate..

Comb. L. Methyl amyl ketone.

Comb. L.
Methyl bromide, liquid (bromomethane).

Pois. B.
Methyl bromide and chlorpicrin mixture, liquid (see: “Methyl Pois. B.
bromide, liquid (bromomethane)").
Methyl bromide and ethylene dibromide mixture, liquid..

Pois. B
Methyl bromide and nonflammable, nonliquefied compressed gas Pois. B.

mixture, liquid. Methyl Cellosolve" (see: "Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether"). Methyl Cellosolve" acetate (see: "Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether

acetate"). Methyl chloride.

Int. G Methyl chloride-methylene chloride mixture.

Inf. G. Methyl chloroformate

Cor. L. Methylchloromethyl ether, anhydrous.

Inf. L. Methyldichlorarsine.

Pois. A Methyldichlorosilane.

Inf. L. Methyl ethyl ketone.

Inf. L. Methyl formate..

Inf. L. Methylhydrazine.

Inf. L. Methyl iso-propenyl ketone, inhibited.

Inf. L.. Methyl magnesium bromide in ethyl ether in concentrations not over Infla. L.

40% (see: Aluminum triethyl). Methyl mercaptan.

Inf. G. Methyl methacrylate monomer,

Inf. L. Methyl parathion, liquid (see: "Parathion, liquid”).

Pois. B
Methyl parathion mixture, dry (see: "Parathion mixture, dry'). Pois. B
Methyl parathion mixture, liquid (see: “Parathion mixture, liquid”). Pois. B..
Methyl trichlorosilane (see: "Ethyl trichlorosilane").

Inf. L..
Methyl vinyl ketone, inhibited (see: "Ethyl methyl ketone").
Mild detonating fuse, metal clad (see:"Cordeau detonant fuse").

Expl. c.
Mines, empty (see: “Ammunition for cannon, nonexplosive").

No restrictions.
Mines, explosive (see: "Explosive mines").
Mixed acid (see: "Nitrating (mixed) acid").

Cor. L.
Mixture of hydrofluoric and sulfuric acids (see: "Hydrofluoric and sul- Cor. L..

furic acids, mixtures"). Mixtures or solutions of liquefied noninflammable gases and liquids other than those classified as inflammable, corrosive, or poisonous, charged

wilh nitrogen, carbon dioxide or air (see" Compressed gases, N. O.S."). Monobromobenzene (see: “Bromobenzene"). Monobromotrifluoromethane...

Noninf. G... Monochloracetone stabilized.

Pois. C...... * Unless otherwise exempt by the provisions of the detailed regulations.

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