Administrative instructions designating control-areas under provisions of the white-pine blister rust quarantine

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Administrative instructions designating control-areas under provisions of the white-pine blister rust quarantine
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Annand, P. N ( Percy Nicol ), 1898-1950
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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!ATE PLANT BARD
B.E.PQ. 56 Efectie July 10, 1946


UNIIT STATS DEPA NT OF AGRICULT(M



A INSTUCTIONS I)ESIGNATING CONTROL-AREAS UMM

PROISINSOF THE WHITE-PIKE BLISE RUST QUAIRA1TI~IE

Introductory Note

Tie instructions designate the States or parts of
iinterstate movement of gooseberry and currant plants
t or into which, with the exception of European black currants,
t may be moved only when accompanied by control-area permits. These areas in which five-leaved pine is protected from infection with
h b r rust disease, which is spread by gooseberry and
c t plants, by removal of such plants in the vicinities of pine


3163 Adiitrative instructions designating the control-area
Saeorprsteefinto which themvmn of gooseberry and currant
-lnsireuaeorpoiie.-- Pursts to the authority conferred
u h ef o he Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine by 301.63-3
o twice of Qrtine No. 63, on account of the white-pine blister rust
active Jfily l, 1946., the States of California,
onn i elaware, Georgia.,, Idaho, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
M, Minnesota, Monn, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North
CO, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Vermont,
Va, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin are hereby designated
t n their entirety as control areas, and effective July 10,
1the interstate movement to such control areas of gooseberry plants, cuttings, and seeds is prohibited or regulated as proiter for each such State or part thereof.

O .--European black currant plants mV not be moved interstate to
aion in California.

G b and currant plants, other than European black currants, may
interstate without restriction into California, except that
ttate movement is prohibited to the following shipping


SHIPPING POINTS IN CALFORNIA TO WHICH MOVEMENT OF ALL
O0SIERRY AIMD CUBRANT PLANTS 1S PROHIBITED

Alta (,orgetown
Arnold Hayfork
Challenge McCloud
Chester Quincy
Downieville Stirling City
Feather Falls Westwood
Foresthill







CONNTECTICUT. --Europenan bla-ck currant plants may not bo movred -interstate to any deatination in Cocz,-t.cut.

Gooseberry rand currant plant, othur thanz European bla-ck currants, ma not be moved interstate to any destination in Connect-cut unoaaby control-area permits secure,.' from the State Entomologist, Box 13.06, New4 K ven 4. Conn, Control-r-rea permits will not be Issued for planting2 wi'thln infective distances, of protected pine.

DKlAWAE -European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to rany deotinntion in Delaware,

Goosoberry and currant plants, other than European black currants, -my not be moved interstate to any destination in Delaware unless acconm~inied by control-areai permits secured from the Plant Pathologist) S t,:-a Bo0ard( of A'.,riculture, Newark, Del. Control-area permits will not be issued for planting within infective distances of protected pine.

CEORGIA%. -Europe an black- currant plants may not be moved interstate to any destina-tion in Georgia.

Gooseberry and currant plh-nto other than European black- currantG, may be
1.oveL interstate without restricetion into.Georga exY tta hi n terstate movement is prohibited to the following shipping points:

SHI'PING POINTS III GEORGIA TO WHICH M4OVEMENT OF ALL
GOOSEBERRY AND CURAN PLANTS IS PROIMhI D

Af ton Dillard lew ner Sa-ute.
'101-: East lElli jay Lov' ig Suches
,Ayeraville Ella Gap Marblehill Ta lkina Rock
Baxter Ellijay Ma7rgr et TallulJh ralls.
Blrdrsville Enm=a Marion Ta llulrih Lodge
Blue Ridge Eton Morgainton Talons.
Carte cay Gnddistown Mounts in City Tennga
Chbtsworth Habersham Na.coochee Tiger
ChI 'rrylof; Harvest Newport T itu s
C1lcoo Helen Oak Hill Toccoa
Clllrkoville Hemap P Ike Toccoa Falls
C I-y toria~oe Piogaih Tournapiil
Cleve lrn]1 H14dons Store Preiley (R. Sta-. Toeco-a)
C ome l1I. Hollywood Q11 ll1 Ttig-lo
Cran d- 1ll Hurst Rnabun G--p Tur-e ri-* ie
Dahlonegai jasper Robertstown Whiitestone
Dawsonville *Johntown Rolston Wiley
De-aorest Junio R1oy younca"ne
Di al Lakemont Saraih Young H ~rr.'3
D1 %mond Leuft Sa.tolalh

*No Post Office









IDAHO.,- -European bllaok currant plants may not be moved. interstate to any destination ini Idaho.

Gseberry an currant plants, other than Euro~pean black currants, may be ve~d interstate without restriction into I~.a1o, except that their interstate moeent is prhbie to the t'oliowing shipping points:

SHlIPPING POINT IN IDAHO TO WHICH MOJVEMENT OF ALL GOOSFBERR AND Ct1PRAI.1T PLANTS IS PROHIBITED)

Avery Greer Orofino
BvlHarvard Pierce
CadrHayden Lake *Pri chard
Clr okHeadquarters Priest River
Clarl-ri *Hemer*Pur~due
Cerd'Alene Hope flathdrum,
Coln*Jaypeer, *Saint Joe
DayKellogg Sain Maries
DetKingston Saruels
EkRvr*Linfor Sandpoint
Elia*MacArthur Santa
Mumrad llan Spirit Lahe
EiaMurray *Twi.n Lakes
*nvil Naples Wallace
Fenod*Neva Weippe
Grange-ont ordman



MAIE .-Euopen..a2ck currant plants may not be-~moved interstate to any


Gooebaryand. curraLnt plants, other than.European. black currants, a.y
be~~ nvdnt-te without restriction to the shipping points lista-t below. Inestate moveument to all other shipping points in the State is prohibited.

SHIPINGPOIT IN MAIA 'TO WHICH GOOSEBERRY ;OM CnRAIT PLANS,
OTIEN THI B1UROPEAN~ BLACK CUPRR=~S MAY BE
MOVED WITHOUT RESTRICTION

Bowerbank Crawford Forest Station
Air Foc Bs rideewater. Crousoville Fort Fairfiel11d
(Sta. Houlton) Brookton Cutler Fort Kent
AVAiFil. Bucits 'Harbor Danforth Fort K~ent Mills
(Id r fCalais De'blois Frenc-hvi Llle
Preoque Ihle) *Oapens Derinyville Gerard
Yhln!Caribou Eagle Lake Grand Isle
AesCL-rroll East Machias Grand L.ale Stream
BacotCenterv ille East Mllinocke-t Greenville
BaigCherryf ield Easton Greenville Jct.
BasChesuncook Eastport Grindstone
BndtaClayton Lake Eaton Grove
BlieColumbia Falls Flagstaff Harrington
Blachrr *ooerForest City Haynesville





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SHIPPING POINTS IN 14AIlTE T<) VIBJCH GOOSEBF2RY ;M CLMRANT PL;JTTS.,
OTHER TL _N EUROPE;,N BLCK CU1UZ;uTi'--Y WY BE
MGM I-UTHOUT RESTRICTION-OGnti.rmed

Me dybe-_Vs *Phair Soldier Pond
Holeb Medway Plaisted South B--ncroft
Houlton Millbridge Portage *Spe--;er
Howland Millinochet Prentiss Stecy-Tille
Island Falls Milltown (Ind. Presque Isle Starbo._ rCJ C'alan Sta. Calais) Princeton Steuben
Jac_ -_ .q Station Monarda Quinby S",-,ockho1r.-i
J7ck_-oX'rille MonEon Quod ,y (Sta. Tr-rr-.tine
Joneeboro Monticello 'Elast-oort) *The Birches
Jcnesport Moosehead Red Baach Topcoffield
Keei-2,ar- Moose River Robbinston Upper Frenchville
New Limerick Bobinsons Van Buren
n.-- sbury New Sweden Rockwood Vr nceboro
Ko! djo Norcross Roque Bluffs W' _ite
Gr-.n ,e North Ardty Saint Agatha Washburn
Laxrr-,b-_e North Bancroft Saint David Wesley
Lille North East Carry Saint Francis Weatfiel -.
Limestone North Lubec Sebec Laka West Jonesport
Lin-,eus Oakfield Seboeis West Lubec
Icne Pond Ogontz Selden Weston
Lube c k Onaw a Sherd= *West Outlet
*Ludlow Orient Sherman I-lest Peribroke
Mac*-_i:_,c Oxbow Sher-_,n Mills West Seboois
M,,,_c!-)i,,,Port Patten Sher-ian Station Whiting
?).C1-wriuk-i Pem.brol:o Shin ?ond Whitneyville
11' _T)Ieton Per.1nam. Shirley Mills Wi-nterville
Hill jerkinss
I,- Slaclair Woodland
-Las,;rdis Perry Si-, yrna Mills Wytopitloc"'

*1710 Post Office

t-gi.BYI.LiD.--European black currant plants w-,y 22t be moved interstate to
-1-Iiy 0-estination in 14-_ry1,_--,n.1L,

Gocoeleri-j nnd currrint plants, other than EurDpean black currants, n?",r Oe intjr.;tnte without re-trict-*on into la: d
4azn -I except that thay
terstr,,te to the --h-1-pp'n- points listed below only ".-hen
n',od by control --Xe--i pennIts secured fron tha St -,ta Plnt
11, university of ColleGe Park, Md. Control -nre-. Per.1-to
11 not be issued fnr planting within Inofoctive diotrinces of protect .







SPPING POINTS IN MARYLAND FOR WHICH ONTROL-AREA PERMITS AR REQUIRED

Accident Deer Park Kitzmiller Phoenix
Avilton Derwood Little Orleans Pikesville
Baltimore Ellicott City Look Raven Rockville
Barton Flint Stone Lonaconing Sang Run
Beryn Fork Long Green Shallmar
Bigpool Frostburg Lutherville Smithaburg
Bi g Spring Fullerton McDonogh Steyer
Bittinger Garrett Park McBHenry Swanton
Bloomington Glenarm Mountain Lake Park Timonium
Butler Granteville Myersville Towson (Br. Baltimore)
Clear Spring Hancock Oakland Upperco
Cockeyville Hutton Oella Vindex
College Park Jennings Oldtown White' Hall
Crellin Kingsville Parkton

MASSACUETTS'.--European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to any destination in Massachusetts.

Goosebery and currant plants, other than European black currants, may not be moved interstate to any destination in Massachusetts unless accpanied by control-area permits secured from the Director, Division of Plant Pest Control and Fairs State House, Boston 33, Mass. Controlarea permits will not be issued for planting within inefective distances of protected pine.

CEIGAN.--European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to ay destination in Michigan.

Gooseberry and currant plants, other than European black currants, may be moved interstate without restriction into Michigan, except that they
may be moved interstate to shipping points in the counties listed below l when accompanied by control-area permits secured from the Director, Bureau of Plant Industry, State Department of Agriculture, Lansing 13, Mich. Control-area permits will not be issued for planting within inftive distances of protected pine.

COUNTIES IN MICHIGAN FOR WHICH CONTROL-AREA PERMITS ARE REQUIRED'

Alcona Dickinson Luce Newaygo
Alger Emmet Mackinac Oceana
Allean Gogebic Manistee Ogeaw
penaGrand Traverse Marquette Ontonagon
Antria Houghton Mason Oscoda
Baraa losco Macosta Otsego
Benzie Iron Menominee Ottawa
Charlevoix Kalkaska Missaukee Presque Isle
Cheboyg Kent Montcaln Roscommon
ippea Keeenw Montnorency Schoolcraft
Crawfor Lake Muskegon Wexford
Delta Leelanau




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14M1 SOTA'. -Europe an black currant plants Liay not be moved interstate t') any _destinatizm in Milnnesota.

Gooseberry and currant plants, other than European black curranrts, nay be moved interstate without restriction into Minnesota, oxcept that they
niybe nov.-d interstate to shipping points in the counties listed below onclyr when aco neib otrlarp ~rt secured frou,; the Coam itsioner of Conaervation, Sta7te Office Building, St. Paul, Minn. Controlarea permtot will not be issued for planting within infective distances of protected pine.

COUNTIES IN MINN~ESOTA FOR WHICH CONTROL-AREA PERMITS AIS BZEQUTRED

Aitkin Clearwater Ka-nabec
Becker Cook Koochiching
Beltrar-i Crow Wing Lake
Carlton Hubbatrz Mahnormen
Cass Isaniti Pine
Chisago Itasca St. Louis

MONTAj-NA. -European black currant plants may niot be moved interstate to any &e-.ri Lation in Montana.

Gooseberry and currant plants, other then E-uropean blacks curranits, mV b moved interstate without restriction into Montana, except tha-t their interstate rnoveuent is prohibited to the following shipping points.

SHIPPING POINTS IN1 MONTXWA TO WHICH MOVEMENT OF -JL GOOSEBERRY A.ND CURRANqT PLANTS IS P1ROHIBITED

Belton S-Atese
Deborgia *Smemd
*'171Ut3"__.-_*Taft, Heron Troy
Noxon IN'a rIa nd


*110 Pos t Office

.710 LHA.J S1 _.--Europenn black curra-nt pla-nts na1y not be noved interstate .0 (1o detina~tion in Now Hapshire.

Gooseberr-y .ndi currant pla-nts, other than Europe-a black currants, r., be '..oved interotate without res-triction to t.ie shiippin1g pointe listed below Intc.rstate 7ive,_iet to ,,ll ot her shippinC, points in the Strite i3




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SHIPPING POINTS IN EW BAMPSBIE TO WHICH GOOSEBERRY AND
CURRANT PLANTS, OTBER THAN EUROPEAN BLACK CURPANTS, MY BE MOVED WITHOUT RESTRICTION

Colebrook Pittsburg
Dixville Notch Stratford
Errol Wentworth Location
North Stratford West Stewartstown

NEW JERSEY.--European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to any destination in New Jersey,

Gooseberry and currant plants, other than European black currants, may be noved interstate without restriction into New Jersey, except that -their interstate movement is prohibited to the following shipping points:

SIPPING POINTS IN NEW JERSEY TO WHICH MOVEMENT OF ALL GOOSEBERRY
AND CURRANT PLANTS IS PROHIBITED

Beans Lake Hopatcong Ringwood
East Balles *Lake Lookover Vernon
Flatrookville Layton Wallpack Center
Glonvood McAfee Wanaque
Green Pond Mount Arlington West Milford
Hall 1Newfoundland
Hewitt Oak Ridge

*No Post Office

NEW YORK.--European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to any destination in New York.

Gooseberry and currant plants, other than European black currants, may be moved interstate without restriction into New York, except that their interstate movement is prohibited to the following shipping points:

SHIPPING POINTS IN NEW YORK TO WHICH MOVEMENT OF ALL GOOSEBERRY AND CURRANT PLANTS IS PROHIBITED

Accord Bangor Blue Ridge
Adirondack Barnes Corners Boiceville
Alder Creek Barneveld Bolton
Alligerville Barryville Bolton Landing
Altona Bearsville Bombay
Arle Beaver Falls Boonville
Ashokan Beaver River Brainardsville
Athol Bethel Brandreth
Atwell Big Moose Brantingham
Ausab Chas Binnewater Brant Lake
Au Sable Forks Blooy.iingburg Brasher Falls
Av Blooingdale Broadalbin
Bkers Mills Bloomington Brushton
Ballton Lake Blossvale Burke
Ballston Spa Blue Mountain Lake Burlingha

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SPRING POINTS !N NPW YORIC TO WU7C11 MOVEMENT OF X'ILL GOOSEBTI RY ;dM CURRi,-NT PlaDITI73 1S PB0=171-Continued

B',',rrt Hills Dres -eil, Station H-jZue
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B, l 1V i I le Duane Llar..-pton
Eagle Bay 'Haamawa Fvl.A-s
C -e E 1 e Nest Hrirri s
C 4 -'- Greenwich Harrisville
Fddyville 1---ir tf ord
11 ice EO.inburg Hartwood
C-1storlana Edw--irds
Eldred Ee le n,-Elizabethtown Ri6cinsD-Y
Z1- 'Ellanburg High F lis
C.,e -- 1 e rtown Ellenburg Center 1.ic.hl,--nC
C 1, -- 0 lo- Ellenburg Depot Eishv, ew
c. 10 o --I Ellenville Einckley
C.' --,-i r b a -3 c o Elnora HoLfnieister
C1 3 7oeansbur2-C 1 s T,
Frust P-.tent
T
Fine k.opkinton
*C-'L Florence Hotel Ch-,..Tlai-Ti
Clintonville Forast EuC'Ison F ills
C(,c:i(-,-,-ton ForestDort T-11,11etts L -.nC-ing
C (- ,, (-, -on Center Fort A n Hunter L !--e
G 1,-1 Brook Fort Covington ,-urle,;
Fort Edwar! Tndit,,n L7 1.e
cc k Fort Jackson Inlet'
'er Fort Miller n
-.. -11 :-,"
-lle Fort Ticoneleroj- rona
(7, o r t, Fosterd,, kle Jay
G briels J,- msburg
C ,h G-, -7 /
lw "I' lu 01111stown
0-,ns,3!vo,- rt (S arn, tog-, Jones7ille County) Katts':ill R-,,
Girnet Lriki Kauneong: Die
Keene

Glen
G -( ror e 1, 1, 0 I n
Glen Ti-,l,,.nl La 'Ce
C;1"11 L 11 e i ni: iv i lle
(7lr;nrj P:11,18 11,: 0 0 r; -e
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1 -e, Cle r
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SHlIPPING POINTS IN NEW YORK TOV WIUTCH MOVE?4EN,2 OF ALL GfOSJEBZPRY
AW)C(RANT PLANTS IS PROHBIED-Continued

Lake Pleasant Worth Granville Ruby
Law.,renceville North THdson Russell
Lee Center North Lawrence Sabaei
North River Sabattis
Lonte Lake North Stockholm Sabbat1h Day Point
Loon Lake Northville Sacandaga,
LoWvvill North Western Saint Huberts
Lyon Mountain Ohid Saint Josephs
ILyonz Falls Old Fo~rge Saint Regis Falls
McKeever Olivebridg6 Salem
14le n Hudson Olmstedville Salisbury
MaoeOnchiotL Salisbury Center
MrisugOs ceola Sans onville,
YMayfield Oswegatchie Santa Clara
Mchanieville, Otter Lake Saranac
Meriewold Owls Head Sarazac Inn
Mrrill Palmer Sarana c LakeMiddle Falls Paradox Saratoga Sprin.-s
Middle Granaville Parishville Saugerties
Middcle Grove Paul Smiths Schroon Lake
M~iayPeasleeville Schuyler Falls
(Br. of Plattsburg) Peru Schuylerville
MnraPhilli-osport Severance
MnvleP 1,ercef ie ld Shady,
Mffis'lePiLlot Knob Shok-an'
Ioo ake Pis"-co Shushan
Mira Plattsburg Silver -Bay
Mn ,uValyPoland Smnallwood
*otlaPond Edd Smiths Basin
MotcloPorter Corners South Colton
Moody Port Henry South Hartford
*lor 1Port Kent South Sobroon
M1'ooers Forks Port Leyden Speculator
Moriah Pottersville Spring Glen
Moriah Center Prospect Standish
Morrif-onville Putnam Station Starlake
Mountain View Rainbow Lake Stillwater
Moun Arab aqteLkeStone Ridge
Mount MoGretor Ray Brook Stony, Creek
Mount MariLon Raymnondvi lie Stratf'ord
NapDanoch Re df ord Suinmitville
Narrowsburg enenSunmioult
NeaaeRexford Swastika
Ne rmnRiparius Taberg
NewobRiverview Tahawus
Ne uoaRock City Falls Tan Mi1le River
NetnFalPock Hill The Glen
Roosa Gap Tedr
NrokRosendle' Thompsonville
Not agrRound Lake ~Thoimp s on
North Creek Rouses Point Tuma




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SHIPPING polM5 i1i NEW YORK TO WTEM MOV1;,MENT OF ALL CZO =HRFY AND CLTRANT PLIhTS 13 ZROH-MITED-GOT-tiliued

Ticondero;V& Wuwarsing Whipplaville
Tillaon wells 'Arrite GreoiTrudeau West Bangor Wh i te f a e
rIMthVille, West Branch Whiteh- 11
Tupper Lake Westbrookville Thite Tjii',:e
Turin West Camp W.11 I ow
Taste West Chazy Willsboro
Upper Jay Westdale Wiliain,;Ivan
Upper St. Regis Westernrille Wilton
Uebers West Granville Corners Winterton
Valour West Hurley Winthrop
Vermontville West Leyden Witherbee
Victory MillB Westport Wittenberg
Wadhams West Shokan Wood_ ite
Wanakena West Stockholm Woo Lst_-ck
Warrensburg Wevertown Wu,-A-1.-1oboroWr.terford Whallonsburg Yulin

*No Post Office

NORTH CAROLINA.--Europea-za black currant plants may not be moved 2.nterotate to any destination in North Carolina.

Gooseberry and curr-.nt plants, other than European black curr uits, _ir y be moved interstate without restriction 'nto North Carolina., e.-cept ,iay be moved interstate to ahippiag pointe in the countic s 1-isted balow only when accompanied by control-area permits secured from "k,he Stt--+.-Entomologist, Department of tgr-Lculture, Raleigh, N. C, Control-2_ra permits will not be issued for planting within izefe--tive dist-ancea of protected pine.

CaMTIES IN NORTH CAROLINA FOR 4BICH CONTROL4=11 PERMITS ARE MQTjIR-,M,

Alex,--nder Cherokoe McDow.ill S,,,ra-L n
Alleghany Clay I Lacon Irano, lvani!I" U he Cleveland Nla d -' s on wat'I'lea
jvery Gr ah am Mit L
-chell w1lkac
Buncombe Hnyvood Polk Y--dkin
Burke Ilendercon Rutherford Y-,ncey
Crildvell Jr!c"Son Surry

OHIO.--European bl,-.,ck currant plants mr-.y not bo moved lnterst-.tte to any destinrition In Ohio.

rlooeeberry und currant pinto, othor 4. ,x;,-.-i blLlck curr-.nts, mzV be moved Intersto.to wltho if. reotrictlon 'nto Ohio, except th-A they Tv, be mowid interstate to tho cWnpin, .,. po.ntfj IIE3-(jd 'relow only when accompzinied by control-area 2ormltu .1ocured froir the Ch:ef, Div.1 i'on of Pl-,.nt Ind-.tatry, Dept. .',ex.cultitra, coluuj.),,,,j 1.,,, c.-11o. conti-ol-aret.. per-.,Its w-111 not be
.U0110d for plt.nttn# within 1,ifoctve dlot. nceal n1' protected p ne.



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SHIPPING POINTS IN OHIO FOR WHICH CONTROL-AREA PERMITS
APE RQUIlE)

Adelphi Clark Germano Loudonville
Breckaville Danville Glenmont Marietta
Burton Fresno Greer Nashville
Ohagrin Falls Gambler Keene New Marshfield
Chillicothe Gates Mills Kent Winona

OREGON.--European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to any destination in Oregon.

Gooseberry and. currant plants, other than European black currants, may be moved interstate without restriction into Oregon, except that they may be 'oved interstate to the shipping points listed below only when accompanied by control-area permits secured from the Chief, Division of Plant Industyr, Agricultural Buildingg, Salem, Oregon. Control-area permits will not be issued for planting within infective distances of protected ine.

SHIPPING POINTS IN OREGON FOR WHICH CONTROL-AREA PEP ITS ARE REQUIRED,

Cave Junction Grants Pass Oregon Caves *Union Creek
*Colestin Holland Prospect *Waters Creek
yden Kerby Selma Wilderville
alice Murphy Tiller Wonder

*o Post Office

PENNSYLVANIA.--European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to an destnation in Pennsylvania.

Gooseberry and currant plants, other than European black currants, nayj be moved interstate without restriction into Pennsylvania, except that they may be moved interstate to chipping points in the counties listed below only when accompanied by control-area permits secured from the Chief, Division of Forest Protection, Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters, 410 Educational Building, Harrisburg, Pa. Control-area permits will not be issued for planting within infective distances of protected pine.

COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA FOR WHICH CONTROL-AEA PERMITS ARE REQUIRED

Bradford Clinton Jefferson Potter
Cameron Elk Luzerne Susquehanna
Centre Forest Lycoming Tioga
Clarion Fulton Monroe Warren
Clearfield Huntingdon Pike Wayne

ROODE ISLAND.--European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to any destination in Rhode Island.




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Gooseberry and currc-,nt plants, oth3r tha n Eu-ropea-,n black currtcnts, may not be moved int~retata to ai~ destin-tion in RholI_ Islhnd u-nless accorln _rid. b -ucured from th A intxtor,
Division of Entomoloey and Plant Indlustry, State Hou~se, Prov'.(ence 2, R. I. Control-areia peruilts will not be :Lssut~d for Planting wv..thi*n Ine. 'ective distances of protected pine.

T!]MSSEE -European black, currant lants may not be moved 1nterctate2- to anL- destination in Tennessee.

Gooseberry and currant plants, other then European black currants, m ay be moved interstate without restriction into Tennessee,'xetta their
interstate moven-nt is Drohibited to the following shipp-5n1 points*SHIPPING POINTS IN TENNESSEE TO WHICH MOVEMNINT OF ALL GOOEBPT'7Y AND CURRANT PL~flTS IS PROHIBITED

Allardt Enibreeville Norma
Archville Emory Gap Qaiklile
jArma ithwa ite Epperson Ocoee
Balkowll Erwrin Oldfort
Banner Springs Evensville One ida
Beiltown Farner Ozone
Ben Stockton Flag Pond Peavine
Benton *Fl.-ttop Patros
Big Lick Frankfort Pigeon Forze (R.
Bluff City French Broad Sta. Sevierville)
Bridgeport Gatlinburg Pikeville
Bristol *Gennett Piney FJ.ts
Burr'uille Glenr-~ry Raerxr
Butler Grandv iew Peli anlco
Catdes Cove Grn.ysville Roan Iontn
Ca-lderwood Grim~ley Robbi!ns
*Ca ,too sa WMar-otton Rock Creek
C h.A lh1owee Harri=itn Rockwood
Clarlk'ange Hartford Poslin
Coalfield *Hebbertsburg Rugby
Cokercroek Helenwood S-le Craek
*oeanHendon S, r v _'I ]
ConsagaHolston Valle:y Seviorville
Cou~ Huntsville Sha-dy VT.11, :
Crab) Orcha.,rd rnbrSelCek

D t n r!J,.me -,towrn Shouns
Do; ,n 4KnoLSrings, Smol Junto
Deerr Lodg-e L nc pr; I'- ~t


DoVil L! ttn TolIo b s

Eat JI!neolt own 11 Ti
E igin Muntan Ciy Unco~
I,.iz~bthto Tiv-r Wltid









SIPPING POINTS fIN:EESSET WEIWH MOVEMENT OF ALL GOOST32 hU= ANID CURRANT PIAE7TS IS F2MTD Cotne

Westel Winfield Wolf Creek
Winzesap Winona

*No Post Office

VERON.--European black currant plants may not be moved interstat.-e to Px~ detination in Verm~ont.

Gosberr and currant plants, other than European black currants, rvay
ntbe moved~ interstate to anT destin,,tion --n Vermont unes accM.--n-ed b otrol-areapniiitci secured from the State Forester, Deparxt4ment of
NtrlResotircs, Forest Service, Montpelirt.nrlarea. peito wilnot be issued. for planting wi-'thin infective distances of prote-~ted


VIRINLA- -rpa black currant plants may not be moved I.nterstate to
destination in Virginia.

Gooberzr and curra-nt plants, other than European black currants,2 nay be mvdinterstate without restr-iction into Virginla, except that the-y m-ay be ovd interstate to shipping pointL in the- counties listed below only whnaccopaied by control-area peraf.ts secured from the State Entomol6gi. 111J2 Stx-te Office Building, Ricbmohid 19), Va. Control-area -oerrats vil not be issued for planting witlh..n infective distances of protected


COUNTIES fl11 VIRGINIA FM WHICH CONTROL-AREA PFJUAITL
APJAM RIQTR~fl

AbmreFranklin Patrick
llgayFrederick Pulaski
Ames iles Rappahannock
.,%gut rV s on Roa~noke
Bah reene Rockbridge
Befr e ny Rockinghamn
Bland Hlighland Shenandoah
Botetourt Madison Sm~yth
Carroll Montgoery Wrre n
Craig Nelson Washington
FodPage Wythe

WASHItGTO.~-European black currant plants may not be moved interstate to azpy destination in 'Washingtonv.

Gooseberry and currant plants, other than European black currants, tiLa be moved interstate without restriction into W,-.Chington, except that they may be moved interstate to the shipping points listed below only when comaie by control-area permits secured from the Supervisor of Hlor-t-.
culur epatmet. f lk~rculture, Oly-upia, Wash. Control-area ''ermits will not be-iszsued for pLanting within infective d-istances of protected pine.






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ISE'[PPENG POINTS IN ', .ASHIJG OTK FOR ,1BICH C01NTTROL-ARE" PER14ITS


*Blueslide
Colbert Falls
Cusick
Ione TiGer
*Lost Creek Usk

*110 Post Office

,,'p3T VIRGZTA.--h uropeazi blnxk currant plants ri-),y not be moved i.-ntor!rtate to any de.3t"-nation In West VirCinia.

Goo!!e1herry f-aid curraat plants, other thrna Europe n blach curr,,-ntE3, be knoved interstate without restriction into West Virgini,-, R-_,_,0e-0t t,,, t t_ '
thei:: fnterotate movement is proh _Yted. to the follow-lng shi-r-ping

SHIPPING POINTS IN liEST VIRGIULA TO 7HICH MOVEMENT OF iJL GOOSEBERRY JUND CURRAMP M',171S IS PROHIBIM

Abral'i-uri Cashmere Gle ng!--- ry Lost Clt
Alvon Cal So Glen Mor.San Lost River
x-M C:ive
theory Glen Whi-ta Lovern
rbovale Cherry Creelk Grandview *Mc:Creery
I- al ank Wbccott
-aliford Gener, Cherzy Run Graen BHospitp-1 Clover Lie!: Greanville MacArthur
) ,,,-,ince Cool Ridge ha!!fole Mandoville
.'.'hens Crab Orchard E-r-oer tLn r'. e
___Ut0 Cranborry rad,,Zes, ,Ille Maxl-1inton
V 1 S Crm,- Eendxicks Mathias
E, _'_,rer CruL-pa Bottot! Eigh View 11,-Lxweltcn
B l1ard Danials 1:111sboro, Milam
'? -.llengee Deer Run Hinton Mill Poin't
Brx'I017 Denraar Hollywood I,,innahQha Sni-*4gs
-Y,'B Droop Hoo, s Mills Mooref le-101: Dunmore Huntersville, ,-1ountV_,eW
lie "Vol* runne -1dian :,Iilla Moyeri
E )st Bec! .ley In!fe=.= 1ozer
CCIG intex--lont Needmore
pellenoint EGer 7 T oneo .9-crines lleol-l
New
Keenan *North Ca!L vell
North No int- in
Kirb.,-t Hill n7)'_1 Fore K11, 3 Oakland
T w n c: Fort li'm 0akv,.1e
Fort Se. 0 i 8 t Old Flelds
Fr,,_n'ff,)rd Lo,,ut 1\11ne 07, Ipo Fr-n.:1!n L ehow Orch: rd
Frost I -,o r o n-,, Orr-in 0 n o
Creok G-1p M111", Lowloburg 0.
G11011t Ll ck Croil P:,.rlons
ka 1, 1 nd 0 1 d v, F0,71urton









S~jFP .POI=134MSIN TO WTACH INOVE MENT OF AL
A-10CU~k tUMS IS PROHLBITED--Contirnied.

Rok Cap. Stanaford Wghite Sulphur
PeatonRcka StotloredCross Roads 3-nrin~s
PetyRncverte Streeter *Wickhian
P1cBaa oxalia Sugar Grove W -!ke 1
Piny ie Rddle Surveyor Willow Bend
PiokSaint George Sweetsprings Yellow Spring
PietmSeconderoek True ZeiIth
PuoSeebert Ungers Store
Price il ShdySpring Union
PrnetnSkelton Upper Tract
PropertySleepy Creek Vago
RaeihSmoke Hole Waitevil3.e
Red ulpurprigs panishburg Wardensville
Renick~y Warf ard
RdeSpr&giie Watoga
RioSpring Creek Ways1de



W1=SIX--E~rqeanblack currant plants may n~ot be moved interstate to anydesintion in Wisconsin.

G008berr an currant plants, other than European black curraiits,, may be move intrstate 'without rest11riction into Wis cons in, except that they -aay be mvedinterstate to shipping points in tha counties listed below on4 vhen ccS~aied_ bcontroJ.-ar3a voermits secured. from the State 1 n.toriologist, sige pito") Ma-_-ie 2 Wis. Control-area permits will not be -.sored. for plning within infective distance of protected pine.

COUNTES IN WISCONSIN FOR WEIC COOTROL-AREA PERMI [S ARE REQUIRED

AasForast* Portage
AhadIron Price
Barron Jackson Rusk
Bayfield Juneau Saint Crois
Burnett ILanglade, Sawyer
Obppawa Lincoln Shawano
Clark Marathon Taylor
Door Marinette VilaB
Douglas Monroe Washburn
Dunn Oconto Waupaca
Ea- 'Claire One ida Waushara.
Florence Polk Wood

RGLTED ARTICLES NOT AFFECTED BY THRESE INSTRUCTIONS

(1)Movmen of five-leaved pinas.-..As provided in 301.63-5 (a) of QuarntinJNo 63, revised July 1, 1.946, five-leaved pines may be moved intertat wihot restriction between the noninfected States of Arizona., Colorad. Gerga, Kentucky, Nevada, New Mexico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, andthenonnfeted poart of California compised of the counties of Calveras,







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Contra Costa, Mono, San Francisco, San Joaquin, TUolumne and all those
south thereof. Five-leaved pines may not be moved interstate into these areas from any other part of the United States except when intended for
reforestation purposes and when they have been groNn in a nursery protected
from blister rust infection and when accompanied by a white-pine certificate issued for such movement by the Bureau of Entomology and Plant
Quarantine.

There are no restrictions on the interstate movement of five-leaved
pines and parts thereof into or within that part of the continenta- United
States outside of the areas described in the above paragraph, except that
five-leaved pines and parts thereof when visibly infected with blister rust may not be moved interstate anywhere within the continental Ukited
States except in accordance with 301.63-9 of the quarantine regulations.

(2) Movement of European black currants.--As provided in 301.63-5
(b) of Quarantine No. 63, revised July 1, 19V6, European black currant
may be moved interstate without restriction between the States of Alabamq
Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska,
North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Texas. Interstate movement of such plants into or between any other States or the District of Columbila
is prohibited except in accordance with 301.63-9 of the quarantine regulations.

These instructions shall be effective on and after July 10,
1946, and shall remain in effect until further modified or revokad

(Section 8, 37 Stat. 318, 39 Stat. 1165, 44 Stat. 250; 7(1.S.0.
1940 ed. 161; 7 CFR 301.63-3, 11 F. R. 6960.)

Done at Washington, D. C. this lst day of July 1946.



SChief, Bureau of Entomlo and
Plant iuaiantine











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Bo EP* Q 546Effective July 10, 1946

UNIM STATE, S DEPARTMENT OF An. TGnTURE



ADUIISTAT'IVE INSTMUCIONS DESIGNATI11M CQNTROL-AREAS UNDER
PRVIIOSOF MEIMT-PlNE BLISTER RUSTQ~UARAT=h




Pleae mke the following corrections on the B. E. P. Q.546, effective Jul 10 1946, which was recently mailed to your address:,

Pae4, Yaryland, change the t,-ord "neI'ective"l to inf'ective
Pae5, Massachusetts, change the word "inefective"l to inf'ective
Pae10, North Carolina, change the word "inefective"l to infective
Pae 1,2, Rhode Island, change the w.,ord "inefective" to infective
Pag 3 Idaho, change the word "Clarikia"l to Clarkia
Pae3, Idaho, change the w-,ord "Sain MI.aes"l to Saint Manies
Pae4,$ baine, change the word "Sherdan" to Sheridan
Pae8, New York, change the viord "Cossayune" to Cossaywia
Pae9, New York, change the word "Thompson" to Tlaonson
Pae10, New York, change the vijord "Wjoodstack" to Woodstock
Pae11) change "Rohode island" to Rhode Island
Pe 14 '.'est Virginia, change the word "Bushy Run" to Brushy Run
Page 15, West Virginia, change the w.ord "Prince Hill" to Price Hill Pae15, West Virginia, change the word ItStotlersdCross Roads" to
$totlers Cross Roads
Page 15J. Wisconsin, change the word "Saint Crois" to Saint Croix Page 151, NJisos chan-e the w~ord "Calveras" to Calaveras




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