Laboratory Procedures for the Diagnosis of Intestinal Parasites
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, Laboratory Improvement Program Office, Laboratory Training and Consultation Division, 1982 - 233 páginas
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Página 23 - Part 127 of this chapter. (c) Penalties for violation. Severe penalties, by fine or imprisonment, or both, are provided for persons who knowingly mail or cause to be mailed, any matter which has been declared nonmailable under law. (d) Nonconformity with postal regulations. Regardless of its nature, matter may not be mailed in any form if done in violation of postal regulations for such reasons as failure to pay postage, improper size or weight, improper permits, improper addresses, etc. (e) Responsibility...
Página 24 - General provisions of law. Any articles, compositions, or materials, which may kill or injure another, or injure the mail or other property, are nonmailable. This includes but is not limited to: (1) All kinds of poison or matter containing poison. (2) All poisonous animals, except scorpions (see § 125.3(e) of this chapter), all poisonous insects, all poisonous reptiles, and all kinds of snakes.
Página 23 - Applicability. The harmful or objectionable items identified in this part are some of the matter which may not be sent through the mail, as a matter of absolute prohibition. See Part 124 for matter mailable only under special rules or conditions. Notwithstanding any statement contained in Part 123, the burden rests with the mailer to assure that he has complied with the law. In addition to the nonmailable items mentioned in this part, certain other articles are prohibited in the mail to military...
Página 24 - ... mail handling and transportation. (3) Products, materials and devices are created or modified with such frequency that the Post Office Department is unable to issue general rulings in advance to govern adequate preparation and packaging. Any mailer may, however, request the Post Office Department, in advance, for a specific ruling as to mailability of his item. The request should be addressed to the local postmaster, who will forward it to the Bureau of Operations, Classification and Special...
Página 223 - DB AND BEAVER, PC 1945. Studies on Schistosome Dermatitis. IX. The Life Cycles of Three Dermatitis-Producing Schistosomes from Birds and a Discussion of The Subfamily Bilharziellinae (Trematoda: Schistosomatidae).
Página 23 - Unmailable matter includes all matter which is by law, regulation, or treaty stipulation prohibited from being transmitted in the mails, or which by reason of illegible, incorrect, or insufficient address it is found impossible to forward to destination.
Página 23 - ... matter includes all matter which Is by law, regulation, or treaty stipulation prohibited from being sent in the mail or which cannot be forwarded to its destination because of illegible, incorrect, or Insufficient address. (b) Applicability. The harmful or objectionable things identified or described in this part are some of the matter which may not be sent through the mail, as a matter of absolute prohibition. See Part 125 of this chapter for matter mailable only under special rules or conditions.
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