STORAGE OF DANGEROUS PETROLEUM IN QUANTITIES EXCEEDING 90 LITRES BUT NOT EXCEEDING 227 LITRES
35. Before the Director grants a licence for the storage of dangerous petroleum in quantities exceeding 90 litres, but not exceeding 227 litres, the applicant shall provide within his premises in such a position as may be approved by him one or more storage bins constructed of brickwork of a thickness of not less than 11 centimetres rendered inside with cement of a thickness of not less than 1.3 centimetres and shall be in measurement 0.9 metre, by 0.9 metre, by 0.7 metre, fitted with an hinged iron lid on the top of not less than 3 millimetres thick.
36. The dangerous petroleum shall be stored in the approved positions or receptacles only and in no other part of the premises.
37. In premises licensed for the storage of 90 litres or more, no fire or cooking-place or artificial light shall be used within 4.5 metres of the storage receptacle.
38. No drum or tin containing dangerous petroleum shall be broached or opened nor shall any dangerous petroleum be drawn off or changed from one receptacle to another at any time under circumstances where the use of artificial light is necessary.