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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Washington, D. C.
-June 24, 1941.
B. E. P. q.--404, Revised, Supplement No. 4.
PLANT-QUJARANTINE IPORT RESTRICTIONS
Department of Education, Health and Lands. Notification No. F.
193/40-A, Agriculture, New Delhi, February 3, 1941.
Importation of Live Insects
The following Order is for the purpose of prohibiting, regulat-
ing, and restricting the import of live insects into British India:
1. In this Order "insect" means a living insect, and
includes eggs of an insect.
2. No insect shall be imported into British India
unless it is accompanied by--
(a) A special permit authorizing such importa-.
tion issued by the Central Government or
by an Officer authorized by the Central
Government in this behalf;
(b) A certificate of freedom from disease
granted by an Entomologist of the
Government of the country of origin.
3. The provisions of paragraph 2 of this Order shall
not apply to --
(a) Bees and silkworms;
(b) Parasites and destroyers of injurious
insects or other pests intended for the
control of such insects or pests, when
imported by the authorities of the in-
stitutions named below:
The Imperial Agricultural Research
Institute, New Delhi.
The Imperial Veterinary Research
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
3 1262 09241 7038
The Forest Research Institute and
College, Dehra Dun.
The Public Health Commissioner with
the Government of India.
The Indian Research Fund Association.
The Departments of' Agriculture, Madras,
Bombay, Bengal, United Provinces, Punjab,
Bihar, Central Provinces and Berar,
Assnam, North-West Frontier Province,
Sind, Orissa, and 'sore.
Notification No. F.-43-15 (16)/40-A, Agriculture, New Delhi,
February 4, 1941. Further amends Notification 1o. F.-320/35-A, dated
July 20, 1936.
Importation of Unmanufactured Tobacco
Under the provisions of this Order (1) the words "unmanufactured
tobacco imported from Burma" are to be inserted after "other than" in
Art. 5 on page 6 of B. E. P. Q.--404, Revised. Art. 5 should, there-
fore, now read as follows:
"No plants, other than unmanufactured tobacco
imported from Burma,.fruits and vegetables intended
for consumption, and potatoes, shall be imported into
British India by sea, unless accompanied by an official
certificate in the form prescribed and unless they are
free from injurious insects and diseases."
(2) In paragraph 8 B (See Supplement No. 1, February 16, 1940)
insert the words "by seat' after "British India."
Acting Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.