Mexican fruitfly permit requirements partially waived for lot shipments of citrus fruits

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Title:
Mexican fruitfly permit requirements partially waived for lot shipments of citrus fruits
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English
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Annand, P. N ( Percy Nicol ), 1898-1950
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine ( Washington, D.C. )
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x EP Effective March 6, 1948



PLAN',
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION
BUREATJ OF ENTOMOCLOGY A"ND PL'INT ,QUARANTINE

SSITFLY PERMIT REQUIREMENTS PARTILLY WIVED FOR
10fT SHIPMENTS OF CITRUS FRUITS


Introduebory Note

latns supplemental to Notice of Quqrantine Io. 64 on account
of/ theMex n ft (7 OFR, 1945 SPPs 30164 to 301.64-7, incl.),
Samong otber requirements., states that grapefruits, oranges,
Ad fruit, except lemons and sour limes, shall not be moved
oma regulated area unless every crate, box, or other container
otits has attached valid shipping permit. In addition to emit every shipment of six or more crates, boxes, or other
a trus fruits moved interstate shall be aceanpanied by a
.p t Provision is made in the quarantine for the issuance
1e instructions by the Chief of the Bureau of Entemology and
ra to modify the restrictions of the regulations when such
taen without risk of spread of the Mexican fruitfly.

und that the number of individual containers to be shipped
sted area this year requires a reconsideration of the permit for each such container. For the purpose of keeping the certfiremts withn reasonable limits, it is necessary to modify,
east of the present dipping season, the requirement that
r in shipments of six or more containers shall have attached
ng permit. During this period such a lot shipment will be
quately covered by permit if accompanied only by the master
al conditions are such that this limited modification of
ments will not be attended by risk of spreading infestation.

of maximum benefit in conserving certificates, it is necesmodification be effected at once. For this reason it is
d cause, pursuant to the provisions of section 4 of the
Procedure Act (60 Strt. 238), that notice and public proe instructions are unnecessary, impracticable, and contrary interest. Inasmuch as these instructions relieve restricre imposed, they are within the exception in section 4 (c)
trative Procedure Act and may properly bu made effective
ays after their publication in the Federal Registere

Ainistrative instructionspartially modifying permit requireforintrstate movement of lot chipments of citrus fruit from the
rg&Qted reagHaving determined, pursuant to the second provision in, the
-quraninein7 CPR 1945 Annn. 301,64. that such action may be taken without





UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 09313 6801
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risk of spread of the Mexican fruitfly, the Chief of the Bureau of Ent mology and Plant Quarantine hereby modifies by waiving, until further notice, but not beyond the end of the 1948 citrus fruit shipping seaso the requirement contained in 301-6-3 (a) of the regulations supplemental to said quarantine, that a shipping permit shall accompany each container in shipments of six or more containers, such waiverto be effective March 6, 1948. A master permit accompanying each h tsp
will be deemed adequate.

(Sec. 8, 37 Stat. 318, 39 Stat. 1165, 4 stat. 250; 7 U. S C 161;
7 OFR, 1945 Supp., 301.64-3 (a),)

Done at Washington, D. C.; this 26th day of February 1948.




P. N, ANNIND
Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine