(a) Test shipments shall be made only in connection with a container research project, or projects, being conducted by or in cooperation with the Washington Apricot Marketing Committee.
(b) The handler shall first make application to, and receive a permit from, the Washington Apricot Marketing Committee on a form of the committee to handle each experimental container proposed to be used by the handler for test shipments. Such application shall contain the following information:
(1) Name and address of the applicant and date of application;
(2) Description of the container, including size, weight, inside dimensions, and type of pack;
(3) Quantity of such containers proposed to be shipped.
(c) Approval of the application shall be evidenced by the issuance to the applicant by the committee of a permit which shall authorize the handling of apricots in such quantity of experimental containers as the committee may approve.
(d) With respect to each test shipment of apricots handled in experimental containers, the handler shall, prior to such handling, advise the committee as to (1) the number and type of the container or containers in the test shipment, (2) identification of the carrier, (3) name and address of the receiver, and (4) expected time of arrival at destination.
(e) Terms used in this section shall have the same meaning as when used in said marketing agreement and order (§§ 922.1 to 922.71).
[23 FR 4781, June 28, 1958. Redesignated at 26 FR 12751, Dec. 30, 1961]
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