UITETD STATES DEPARZT1T OP WAtCLTURTPE Bureau of Intotology and Plant Quiarantine Washiiigton, D.Cj AI L~
3. E. P. Q.--444, Suoplemr-nt Nto. 3. March 8,* 1938
PLANTT- QJARkTT IJ', IPORT IQSTRI CT I 0ITS OF T HI
FRENCH ZOYE OF MOROCCO
Importation and Transit Unrestrictod
The list of plant products namne? in the decree of the Director-General of February 19, 1931 (Sec p.,l4, D..~.-4) has been supplemented by the decree of May 5, 1937.
The following items are added to the paragralhs correspondingly numbered on pages 13 and T5 of 3. E. P. q.--44:
1. Sorghum (Sorghum: v'Jlare Pers.).
2. Ohick~ea or garbanzo (Panicum miliaco-,m L.).
3. Cacao bean (Thnobror~a cacao L.).
5. Refuse (drop-Angs) of roses (thec flowers).
The followiing new paragraphs are added:
11. Sesam~e seeds (Sesamum idiu L.), and black cumin
(Nigella sativo L.).
Pistachio seeds (Pistachio vera L.), seeds of stone
pine (Pinus pinea .), shelled chestnuts (Castanea sativa
Mill.), ana shelle? peanuts (Arachis hyr gaea L.)
12. Plants an? PnA2t of rants, dried, so-called "seilzd
by heat o~r che-2ical3.
Paragraph 9 is a2.enaed. to read as follows:
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9. Li(1,uztri.- ll:r arie' fnd- s ,,nd ve,':,-Ft--.bl" s; flours, food
-r)astes 1 rars, oil cakes, otraw,1.ah&ha- 1*; e XCF'-rt*-1-'gt
ho we ve r fruits as ex-edrice straw, and such C. r i ed
phLns, gra-pes, apricots, a o- les, pears, a-qC- -cacIles.
LKE A. STRC77G, 01'def. Bl.ireau of Entomoloz-r and. Plant lQuarantine.