104. (1) The operator of a licensed magazine shall ensure that the exterior of every package containing explosives other than fireworks, propellants and safety cartridges is plainly and permanently marked with any one of the following numbers:
(a) the federal factory licence number,
(b) the federal magazine licence number,
(c) the federal temporary magazine licence number,
(d) the provincial or territorial magazine licence or permit number, or
(e) the Purchase and Possession Permit number
of the purchaser or consignee of the explosive.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to packages that are
(a) plastic or kraft paper bags; or
(b) shipping containers known as flexible intermediate bulk containers.
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105. Every person who is required by the Minister under this Part to do or abstain from doing anything, shall do or abstain from doing such thing as may be required of him.
MAGAZINES FOR FIREWORKS
106. (1) The terms of a licence for a magazine for fireworks shall be strictly observed, and the keeping, or any work connected with the keeping, of fireworks shall not be carried on except in accordance with those terms.
(2) A magazine for fireworks shall be used exclusively for the keeping of such fireworks as may be specified in the licence, and of receptacles for such tools or implements required for work connected with the keeping of such fireworks.
(3) Every magazine used for the keeping of fireworks shall be kept locked except when required to be open for the receipt or issue of fireworks or other necessary purpose.
107. The operator of a licensed magazine for fireworks may store and have in his possession authorized fireworks to which his licence applies.
108. Where a magazine for fireworks forms part of a building, the other parts of which are used for any other purpose, it shall be separated therefrom by suitable fireproof partitions and the floor, roof and doors shall also be of a fireproof character; it shall be equipped with an efficient system of sprinklers, and such other measures as may, in the opinion of an inspector, be deemed necessary in the interests of the prevention or localization of fire, shall be taken by the licensee, whether or not these are set forth in the terms of the licence.
109. Where a detached building is used as a magazine for fireworks, the provision of sprinklers and fireproof walls, floor, roof and doors shall, unless specially required by the terms of licence, be optional, but such other measures as may, in the opinion of an inspector, be deemed necessary in the interests of the prevention and localization of fire, shall be taken by the licensee, whether or not these are set forth in the terms of the licence.
110. The interior of a magazine for fireworks, and the benches, shelves and fittings in the magazine, shall be so constructed or so lined or covered as to prevent the exposure of any iron or steel and the detachment of any grit, iron, steel or similar substance in such manner as to come in contact with the fireworks in such magazine; and such interior, benches, shelves and fittings shall, so far as is reasonably practicable, be kept clean and free from grit.
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