Modification of dutch elm disease quarantine regulations

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B. E. P. Q.-Q. Ti. Ri-kl-ion of R.gilations 3 and B
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE


MODIFICATION OF DUTCH ELM DISEASE QUARANTINE
REGULATIONS


INTRODUCTORY NOTE

This modification of the Dutch elmn disease quarantine regulations brings
under regulation for the first time area in Litclhield and New Haven Counties,
Conn., Columbia and Ulster Counties, N. Y.. and the entire county of Dutchess
in New York. Extensions have been made to area formerly utinder regulation
in one county in 'Connectticut. two In New York, and five in New Jersey, placing
the entire counties of ILintetrdon and Mercer, N. J., and Pitnam, N. Y., within
regulated area.
The embargo with reference to tlhe interstate nioveinentt of elm material from
the regulated areas is continued and restrictions have been added to limit
the movement of sucbh material from nonregulated area through regulated
areas to the winter niiths and then only on a through bill of lading. This
action is taken in order to control the movement of elim material during ihe
annual flight period of the elm bark beetle.
The Dutch elm disease has been discovered In a number of townships. in
Bucks anid Northampton Counties. Pa. The State has placed an embargo
on thet movement of elm material therefrom and Federal quarantine action
is withheld, thereby continuing the embargo on the movement of sources of
infection from heavily infected sections of New Jersey into Pennsylvania.
A.VRY S. HOYT.
Actingf Chlif, Bureau of En trimoloqil and Plant Quarantinc.


AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS SUPPLEMENTAL
TO NOTICE OF QUARANTINE NO. 71
(Approved September it. 19:19; effective September 11. 10:139)

Under authority conferred by the Plant Quarantine Act of August 20, 1912
(37 Stat. 315), as amended by the act of Congress approved Mairch 4. 1917 (39
Stat. 1134. 1165), it is ordered that regulations 3 and 5 (sees. 3'1.71-3 and 5)
of the rules and regulations supplemental to Notice of Quarantine No. 71 (sec.
301.71), on account of the Dutch elm disease, which were promulgated on
February 20, 1935, are hereby amended to read as follows:

Regulation 3

SF.O. 301.71-3. Regulated area*.-In accordance with the provisos to Nortice
of Quarantine No. 71. the Secretary of Agricutlture designates as regulated areas
for the purpose of these regulations the count ies, townships, town.s, ieti.s. and
boroughs listed below, including all cities, towns., boroughs, or oilihr political
sublivlsions within their limits:
Crmnecticut.-All of Fairfield Counti except the towns of Brooklfield, Ne\w
Fairfield, and Sherman; town of Southbury. in Nre- Haven ('ounty; and the
town of Woodbury, in Litrh firld County.
NV-iv Jersey.-Counties of Bergen, Essex, ,iids,. llunterdoin, M rr'r. iMNorris.
Pasaic, Somerset, and Union: all of Middlatm (' ountyp except the townships
of (Cranbury and Monroe, and the boroughs of HIlmetta, Jamesburg, and
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Spol.woodd; all of Monmolilh County except the townships of Freehold, Mill-
stolle, Ne 'ptine, andl Wall, the city of Long Branch, and the boroughs of
Avon-by-il.e-S ia. Bililar, Bradley Bec;h, BrieIIle, Freehold. Manasquan, Nep-
tune 'ity, st-: Girt, Suth Belmar. Spring Lake, and Spring Lake Heights;
all of .S','..,.. Countil except the, township ijf Walpack; and :ill of Wurren
CountK cxclpi tlhe townshipl of P;ilmi(iarry.
XcV-i Yor,.- ('Co1n1ies o(f if'Bronx. )iitchess, Kings, Nassau. New York, Putnam.
Quelt'lls. RihiiJlIid. R,,eklind, andANd Westchester; town of Ancram, in Columbia
Coiut"y; *all If Oiii #11/ County (xce(elt the towns. of Crawfurd, Dlerpark, and
WalIkilI. :ind (lit. cilics of Middletown and Port Jervis: town of Huntington,
in Sul'f'oll,- County; aznd the towns of Esopnis, Lloyd, Marlborough, New Paltz,
Plattekill. and Saugerties, and the city of Kingston, in 'lxte'r County.

Regulation 5
SEC. 301.71-5. Control of mnoremcnt of restricted plants and plant products.-
Elm plants or parts thereof of all species of the genus Ulmu8, irrespective of
whether nursery, forest, or privately grown, including (1) trees, plants, leaves,
twigs, branc-hes, bark, roots, trunk, cuttings, and scions of such plants; (2)
logs or cordwood of such plants; and (3) lumber, crates, boxes, barrels, pack-
ing cases, and other containers manufactured in whole or in part from such
plants, if the wood is not free from bark, shall not be moved Interstate from
any regulated area to or through any point outside thereof.
Plants and plant products enumerated in this regulation may be moved inter-
state from an area not under regulation through a regulated area to a non-
regulated area only when such movement is on through billing: Provided, That
such movement by truck or other road vehicle may not be made during the
period from April 1 to October 31, inclusive, of any 12-month period unless
the restricted products contained therein while passing through any regulated
area are covered or otherwise protected, to the satisfaction of an inspector,
from contamination by insect vectors of the Dutch elm disease.'
This amendment shall be effective on and after September
11, 1939, and shall on that date supersede amendment No. 3.
) which became effective on November 9, 1937.
Done at the city of Washington this 6th day of September
1939.
Witness my hand and the seal of the United States
Department of Agriculture.
tH. A. WALLAcE,
--- Secretary of Agriculture.

Secs. ::01.71-3 and 5 Issued under authority of sec. 8, 87 Stat. 318; 39 Stat. 1165; 44
Stat. 25o; 7 U. S. C. 161.


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