Code of Federal Regulations: Containing a Codification of Documents of General Applicability and Future Effect as of December 31, 1948, with Ancillaries and Index

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1969 - Administrative law
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Page 499 - Government National Mortgage Association Great Lakes Pilotage Hazardous Materials Regulations Board Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of Children's Bureau, Social and Rehabilitation Service Education, Office of Federal Credit Unions, Bureau of Federal Procurement Regulations System Food and Drug Administration Public Health Service Rehabilitation Service St. Elizabeths Hospital Social Security Administration Highway Administration, Federal Highway Safety Bureau, National...
Page 494 - SUBTITLE A — Office of the Secretary of the Interior SUBTITLE B — Regulations Relating to Public Lands I Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior II Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior Title 44— Public Property and Works III Department of State IV Business and Defense Services Administration, Department of Commerce V Library of Congress VII Department of Housing and Urban Development (Community Facilities) VIII Economic Development Administration, Department of Commerce...
Page 175 - ... appliances, fire-fighting or other equipment, or whenever any important repairs or renewals are made. The survey shall be such as to insure that the necessary repairs or renewals have been effectively made, that the material and the workmanship of such repairs or renewals are in all respects...
Page 372 - Class I Locations. Class I locations are those in which flammable gases or vapors are or may be present in the air in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitible mixtures.
Page 305 - explosion-proof" as used in this section shall mean enclosed in a case which Is capable of withstanding an explosion of a specified gas or vapor which may occur within it, and of preventing the ignition of a specified gas or vapor surrounding the enclosure by sparks, flashes, or explosion of the gas or vapor within, and which operates at such an external temperature that a surrounding flammable atmosphere will not be Ignited thereby.
Page 55 - In determining the floodable length, a uniform average permeability shall be used throughout the whole length of each of the following portions of the vessel below the margin line: (1) The machinery space.
Page 8 - passenger" means every person carried on board a vessel other than: (1) The owner or his representative; (2) The master and the bona fide members of the crew engaged in the business of the vessel who have contributed no consideration for their carriage and who are paid for their services ; (3) Any employee of the owner of the vessel engaged in the business of the owner, except when the vessel is operating under a bareboat charter; (4) Any employee of the bareboat charterer...
Page 163 - Notwithstanding the exception previously noted in paragraph (a)(l) of this section, foreign vessels of novel design or construction or whose operation involves potential unusual risks shall be subject to inspection to the extent necessary to safeguard life and property in United States...
Page 310 - Isolating switch. An isolating switch is a switch intended for isolating an electric circuit from the source of power. It has no interrupting rating and is intended to be operated only after the circuit has been opened by some other means.
Page 67 - Table 74.10-15 (c) (3). Higher surface permeabilities are to be assumed in respect of spaces which, in the vicinity of the damage waterplane, contain no substantial quantity of accommodation or machinery and spaces which are not generally occupied by any substantial quantity of cargo or stores.

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