Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the colony of Dominica, British West Indies

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Title:
Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the colony of Dominica, British West Indies
Series Title:
B.E.P.Q.
Physical Description:
6 p. : 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Annand, P. N ( Percy Nicol ), 1898-1950
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Publisher:
United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
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Rev.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- Dominica   ( lcsh )
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federal government publication   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

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General Note:
Caption title.
General Note:
"November 15, 1945."
General Note:
"P.N. Annand, Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine."

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University of Florida
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aleph - 030432139
oclc - 786002068
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Washington 25, D. C.

1, Revised Novenber 15, 1945

SPLAXT- UAATINE IMPORT RESTRICT ONS

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COLONY OF, DOMINICA, BRITISH WEST INDIES


BASIC LGISLATION

tection Ordinance, 1941, ainroved July 2h, 1941.

es an& riders 'To- 37 of 1942 (Plant Protection
Regu nations, 1942), as amended by Statutory Rules and
of 1944w canceling Proclamations of August 5,,1932,
1934, and June 1, 1937, were made.by the Governor in
authority of above ordinance.

ITTRODCUTIIT

no of the Colony of Dominica govern the entry of plants
-ts capable of propagation, including seeds, and fruits
s (except cereals and pulses), their containers,
pacing material, raw cotton products, soil, dung-, and
:etable organisms.


SUMMALRY

General Vntry Requirements
tany certificates are not required as a condition of
ortations from the United States. Vntry- requirements

permits are required only for sppial importations
wanting materiali" which are conditionally prohibited.
ust be obtai'ned from the Governor in advance of
action. (see par. 21, p. 5.)
rt of Roseau is designated as the only port of entry,
for unrestricted items cited in paragraph 5 which may
at Pny port. (See par. g,,p. 3-)


Importation Prohibited.

,o the following -roducts is orohibited:

s fruits from the United States and
,n >eountries. (See par. 20, p. 5.)


































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s o the following shall not be object to the
ar hs 9 and 12: Seeds of vegetable or
ts rom commercial seedsmen in the United States,
Eir'e, and Canada; dry-hulled rice, nuts, commercial
cof dried or canned., candied or other processed
tables, and plant products having been cooked,
then~ise processed to be free fro any animal or

Gi7EA E TIONS


Definitions



est Indies" means the British Islands in the
n0_ Lesser kntilles, but does not include the
Bermuda, British Guiana, and British Honduras.

. Vegetables" mean any un-or~cessed plant or part
bhich is used for h%Lnan food, but does not in-
eals and pulses.

erial'" means any tree, shrub, herb, vegetable,
oss or any part thereof, and includes -olanting


aterial" means plants and parts thereof, in-
eeds, which are capable of propagation, but does
de cereals and pulses.

Inspection on Arrival

r vegetable organism or other agent, not known to
stributed in the Colony, which is or is believed
to the growth of plants, shall be imported into
,no plant or other article or thing which is or is
ested or infected with any organism or other
aid shall, when inroorte., be delivered to or taken
y the owner or consignee thereof until it has been
rom such infection by a Plant Protection Officer.


Authorized Port of Entry

soil, eung, living insects, nonnarine invertebrate
n)a g containers or wrapping material brought
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12. NTo plant material, excetn th''atclssei edi aarph ....
5, shall be brought to theC
tran'ssbhipment.


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to the Colony of all hnarts of the coconut -nalm
pobied except under rnermit issued in ad-
covide&- that nerninated oco6oits; copra,
iber may be imported frormthe 3ritish West
ria.


ton and Cotton Products .

cottons'eed, seed~cotton, cotton lint, cotton
L and cake, and any accompanying containers
inrohibite. from all countries on account of
Dmus grandis Boh.), except from Trinidad and
ritish Colonies inthe Windward and Leeward
ermit and conditions prescribed in advance of
rnor: Provid.ed, th"t cottoaseed meal and cake
:ind Canada may be imnortOe without prior
Governor.

any other part of. the cotton plant not speci-
nd 'any acconnanyn containers, is prohibited
,essed. or manufacthire4 articles of lint and
ny source.

pillows or bedding material, unless factory
ags, or baling material which were used, or
have been used to contain any part of the
Lted from the United States, Cuba, Haiti,
io, Honduras, Nitaragua, Gutemala, Salvador,
Honduras.


:uit- and Vegetables

Les (except polantains, onions anO. potatoes,
aich may be imported from any source) shall
.rom the United States, British Isles, -Canada,
,t Indies, British Guiana, Bermuda, and the
Aited. States.

be'imnorted only from the British West Indies
Pobago, ane the British Virgin Islands.


Planting Material

;o the Colony of the following products and
is prohibited, except that plantingg




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a. Banana, iolantain, and any othe member oM

(see par. 19.);

b. Cacao (Theobroma cacao L.);

c. Citrus (Citrus app.) or any other mber of the tribe

d. Coconut (Co.cos nucifera L.);

e. Coffee '(Coffea qpp.);

f. Cotton (Gossypium spp.);

g. Gramineous plarits and Parts thereof including see x t
straw used as a picking material;

h. Planting material growing in or accompanied by soil;

i. Su',arcane (Saccharum officinaiwi L.) and parts thereof,-
including fuzz.


Soil and Dung

22. Soil ond dung shall not be imported 'into the CQlony, exept
through the Plant Quarantine Station under Ternit of the Gover
with the concurrence of the Plant quarantine Committee..