Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the Union of South Africa

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Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the Union of South Africa
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B.E.P.Q. ;
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2 p. : ; 27 cm.
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English
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Hoyt, Avery S
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- South Africa   ( lcsh )
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LIBRARY
STATE PLANT BOARD

E2/Union of South Africa

UNITED STATES DEPART"TT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Research Administrati on
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Washington 25, D. C.

July 4, 1944

B. E. P. Q.--471, Supplement No. 4


PLANT-QUARANTII'lIE L'tORT RZSTRICTIO'Ss

OF T1;E

UNION 0F-SOU'TI AFRICA


Restrictions on the Importation of Citrus Fruits

By Proclamation No. 26 of 1940, the third paragraph under thie
heading "FRUITS", on page 4 of B. 3. P. Q. 471, is amended to read
as follows:
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Citrus fruits from southwest Africa are admitted with-
out restriction, and under certain conditions from a
portion of the territory admninistered by t-e Companhia
de Trocambique (Proc. 201 of 1937 and 202 of 1937) and
from the territory knorm as Provincia do Sul do Save
comprising the districts of-Lourenco Varques and Inham-
bane in PIrtuguese East Africa. (Proc. 26, of 1940).


Restrictions on the Importation of Potatoes

By Proclamation No. 48 of 1940, Proclamation No. 155 of 1939
(which is contained in Supplement No. 2 of B. E. P. Q. 471) is re-
pealed. However, the restrictions shown on pace 8 of B. E. P. Q.
471 under the heading "POTATOES" are still in force.

Note: According to information received from South
African authorities a rebate of Customs duty in South
Africa is made, however, if a certificate similar to
the one required by Proc. 155 is produced.

Page 7, B. E. B. Q. 471, Second Pararraph: Portuguese East
Africa may be added to the countries from which a certificate of
absence of Synchtrium endobioticumn (Schilb.) is not required.






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Restrictions on the Importation of Timber-Extract
from Government Notice 1292, 1942

Control of Diseases and Pests

66. From and after the date of publication of these regula-
tions, no person shall introduce into the Union any timber or wood
of any description--

(a) IThich has any bark adhering to it, unless the
introduction thereof has been specially authorized
in writing by the Secretary of Agriculture and
Forestry, and except under such conditions as may
be determined by him; or

(b) -'hich is infested with insects or infected by fungi.

67. whenever there is introduced into the Union any timber
or wood of any description which at the time of its introduction is
infested with insects or infected by fungi, or suspected of being so
infested or infected, then whether or not a permit for the introduc-
tion thereof has been obtained--

(a) Such timber or wood may be seized and detained by
an officer designated by the Minister, pending
inquiry;

(b) The person by whom or on whose behalf that timber
or wood was introduced into the Union, may be re-
quired by the Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry
to destroy that timber or vwood or to treat it in
such manner as the Secretary of Aqriculture and
Forestry may deem necessary for tie destruction of
the insects or fungi or for preventing the introduc-
tion into the Union or the spread within the Union
of such insects or fungi;

(c) Such timber or wood may be treated in any manner
or destroyed, without compensation, by order of
the Minister at the expense of the person having
the possession thereof.

AVERY S. HOYT,
Acting Chief, Bureau of Entomology and
Plant quarantine.