(Amendment 1 to B. A. I. Order 885.) / I
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United States Departmen o ,..ul
BUREAU OF ANIMAL',S I"WO R UTORY
AMENDMENT 1 TO B. A. I. ORDER 335.-REtLAONS
GOVERNING THE SANITARY HANDLING AND CONTROL
OF HIDES, FLESHINGS, HIDE CUTTINGS, PARINGS, AND
GLUE STOCK, SHEEPSKINS AND GOATSKINS AND PARTS
THEREOF, HAIR, WOOL, AND OTHER ANIMAL BY-
PRODUCTS, HAY, STRAW, FORAGE, OR SIMILAR MATE-
RIAL OFFERED FOR ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES
Effective December 1, 1932
WASHINGTON, D. 0., October 21, 1932.
Under authority conferred upon the Secretary of Agriculture by the act of
Congress approved February 2, 1903 (32 Stat. 791), it is ordered that the
regulations governing the sanitary handling and control of hides, fleshings,
I- thereof, hair, wool, and other animal by-products, hay, straw, forage, or
":i..;, similar material offered for entry into the United States, issued under date
"" 't ,of May 3, 1932, and effective on October 1, 1932 (B. A. I. Order 335), be
amended by striking out all of regulation 15 and substituting the following
in lieu thereof:
Regulation 15.-Previously Used Bags and Bagging
SEaroN 1. Previously used bags, whether empty or as containers, made
from burlap or similar material, and bagging, patches, or scraps consisting of
or made from previously used burlap or like material which do not meet the
conditions or requirements specified in any one of paragraphs (a) to (o)
following, shall not be imported into the United States except subject to
handling and treatment in accordance with section 2 of this regulation after
their arrival at the port of entry.
(a) Such bags, bagging, patches, and scraps may be imported without other
restriction if it is found at time of entry that they have never been in a
country declared by the Secretary of Agriculture to be infected with foot-and-
mouth disease or rinderpest.
(b) Previously used empty bags, bagging, patches, and scraps may be im-
ported without other restriction, if shown by the certificate of a consular
officer, or in some other manner satisfactory to an inspector at the port of
entry, to consist of covers which have been used for wool, or for cotton
which originated in the United States, or to be sugar bags which have been
: properly washed at a refinery in a foreign country and shipped directly from
said refinery to the United States.
() Previously used bags containing products that are not restricted under
,.i.":: the provisions of this order may be permitted entry without other restriction
,. if shown by a consular certificate to have been obtained from a disinfecting
Station methods of disinfection at which have been approved by the department.
H... ., SrToN 2. Previously used bags, whether empty or as containers, made
S from burlap or similar material, and bagging, patches, or scraps consisting
of or made from previously used burlap or like material, offered for importa-
tion into the United States without having met the conditions or requirements
of section 1 of this regulation, shall be handled and treated in the following
4 mame after arrival at the port of entry:
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SPrevlously sed mpty bags, bagging, patches, and scraMps shall.bLiq:: i.
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factifledft papqr or \other products they may be forwarded iItbt disin-t :d i.i..
fection Tito 'the rt entry to an establishment approved: bty' X1.hef:",A,:,:,:
bureau, wltk) Ob t-'$a* to be manufactured, in cars or other vehicles ealed,:i
With the seals, ,t.hj department, and such cars or other vehicles shall be '
S'elaned and isK d in accordance with the provisions of regulation 21 of :::::!!
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_i() e.ousy, 'used bags containing products that are not restricted under
'thpugrf this order may be emptied at the port of entry -and. d.nlet .:..ij
in a mdaner approved by the chief of bureau, or destroyed; or they ba 6 be :
otherwise handled as the chief of bureau may direct.
This amendment shall become effective on December 1, 1982..
Done at Washington this 21st day of October, 1982.
Witness my hand and the seal of the Department of Agriculture. ; :
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