—(1) Except as hereinafter provided for storage in bulk, dangerous petroleum shall not be kept or stored except in iron or steel drums or tins of a pattern approved by the Director:
Provided that nothing herein contained shall apply to dangerous petroleum contained in the supply tanks of motorcars, motor-lorries or any other vehicles, the impelling power of which is obtained from dangerous petroleum.
(2) Such drums or tins shall not contain more than 295 litres.
(3) A sample of each pattern of drum or tin intended to contain dangerous petroleum shall, before being brought into use, be deposited with the Director and shall be approved by him.
(4) Every drum or tin, with the exception of tins painted entirely red or blue, shall have a band 5 centimetres wide painted with white paint and/or paint of any other colour approved by the Director round the centre, and there shall also be painted or stamped on the drum or tin in conspicuous characters in the English language the words “HIGHLY INFLAMMABLE”, and there shall also be painted or stamped on the drum or tin the trade name of the dangerous petroleum.
(5) If an outer package or case is used for drums or tins, such outer package or case shall be marked as laid down in paragraph (4) for drums or tins, except that the band shall be painted with black paint.