Sec. 352.9 administrative instructions : citrus fruit from Mexico in transit to foreign countries via the United States


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Sec. 352.9 administrative instructions : citrus fruit from Mexico in transit to foreign countries via the United States
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B.E.P.Q. ;
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Citrus fruit from Mexico in transit to foreign countries via the United States
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3 p. : map ; 27 cm.
Strong, Lee A
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Washington, D.C
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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Mexican fruit-fly -- Control -- United States   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruits -- Mexico   ( lcsh )


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"January 24, 1940."
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"Supersedes P.Q.C.A. 305, Revised."
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"Lee A. Strong, Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine"--P. 3.

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University of Florida
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U-1TITEED STATES, DEFARTj.,"_",,JI OF AG., ICVLTU! E Bureau of 51'ntomolo-y F)nd Flant Quarentine WasL-Iir-ton, D.

January Pl j 19

B. E- P- Q- 507
(Snpersedes P. Q. C. A- 305, Revised)

Sec- 352.9 Ad-iinistrative instructions; Citrus
ruit t rom lie,-Aoo in Transit to Forei-,n Countries vie. t1le United tates

Citrus fri2it as referred t herein is defii,- d as all citrus fruit
other than lemons and sour limes.

To prevent the entry in 4-(, thp United States of an injurious insect kne wn as thl- fruitlfl (An, stre-ohc luders Loew) the iTkpcrtation
from Mexico of citrus fruit, lemoris and sour 'Lilies, for consumption in the United States i-.! nnt autI- cried under quarantine 1,10. 1--6 (Sec- 319-56-1, its grver-ning quv. rant ir e,, unless so treated as to eliminate post risk.

However, in accor6ance -i -ith the Plant Safe -,uard Regulations (Secs- 352.2 to 35'.8), which pr Dvide fnr the entry of Drohibited ronnindities for i-miied-Lato tran3norta'4-icn, and exportation in bond or fe r immediate e-.cprrt wh4en such mrlvoment 3vil be rade without risk to. the plant cultureet of the Un _ted States, I'lexican (,,itrVs fruit -.;s authorized to enter fnr either of thes-,- purposes as follows;

A Borde_p! rts. on th,).. '.

1, Tlerrats: PerTnits shall be procvr,:!d in advance of shipment
froii tao Buroru of T mtomoic ,- and Plart
1i I,-,ton D. C. 'Y 'he '=,rirdino- ace,.t or oth, renre4- 4 LTn t e,
sen... tive of the c(,nsignt, o e-r (-cnsignor A. Lj
Applic-ticn fe-r peri,,its slh, -11 in iaate tho. prn:, csod routIng
of the shi-om---nt.

Sop7 -rate ncrmits chall "De I r,)cur-d fbr each -ort (- f entry
and for oach coumbry of destination bl..:-b pe_-IlJ._'U2 .9.3 izsuad will be Pentin-oir.,, f,, r ehipmants t%,3 c.;,p ov,-rd r ut s
dosignc ted,

P Crigir c f citrus fruit: Entry ts li.-Atod to e-itriis fruit profrom tho iStat, of Sonora, koxico.


3. Authorized-portsi-o enry ENrles and l1,acc, Ariz.

4. eeid Lfnt : Entry is authorized throughout the entire year.

3. otice of arrival1: Prior to entryi, a notice of arrival shall be
Cub -itted to t-h3 Collector of Custoris at th-- Dort of e.nt4ry in
dupl-,icate on a -form provided for that ,)ur-,-se giving the
initials and nu:-aber of the railroa-;d car, and the authorized
routi rF,.

6. Inspecti on: E~ach sh-ment, shall be subject to inspection at the
port of entLry to deternn. the nature of the contents and
freedo:-i from p-.ests.

7. Disinfection: Each car shall be subject to such disinfection at
the port of entry as the plant quarantine inspector shall

8. Authorized bonde-d rail1- .7ovcnrent: All shrm.tss~ll move in
iofrir-rator cars fromn Scnora. through Yorgcles or Nraco, Ariz.,
by direct authorized rail routing in bond under customs seal without divz,,rsion from the port of atry to the- port of exit
as follows:

To Cam ,da: Movem1ent is limited to direct eastward rail
routine to E! Paso thence to Cpanada- by any direct rail route which does not -pass w-est of 'the direct rail routes through Salt L;rkc City, Utah~, and Portland, Ores., or southeast of" the direct ra"il routes through Sn Anto-nio, Tex., PerA St. Louis, Mo. (See caccomir.v.nyin g a)

To Mexio: Move-ment for return to MLexico in limitod to dIir2.ct eastward rail routing- for eynort throughI border rnrts betwiuen "and including- Io!..los anrd El Paso.

9. CLea ning- of cnrs prrior to re tuirn to the. -nitrd. statee- C(-rs
conveying Moxic'-n-citru.- fx-olt tlirough th Uni'A stat;ea 10
C-nada or Mexico shall be car&..fully wv and freesd o-f na11 frui t, a-s noll as boxes an-d other rubsby theo rail ro_,d
c'mnnyinvolved prior to remitry into tho Unite d. 21C't-_e.

B trv vina lo-th Atlirtic Pcrts

Crnditiorns as in A 1 (Pris,5 (N otice of r;rrivral), 6 (Inspoction),
9 (Claning: of ca-rs prior to return to the United Status), and in
addition .-s follows:

1. Origr.n of citrus fruit: Citrus fruit produced in any part of

2. Authorized Drtrs-of en ,: -ow Yorkc snd iocton and such other
northern ports as ma~y later be approved.

3, Period of .ntrL: Entry is authorized only (luring the period
October 15 to 1turch 15.

4.Authorized routi : All shipments sh,-.11 move by w'ate-r direct toNew York. or Boston or to Sualh other northern ports a.,s
riay later be approved for immLiediate direct export or for
immediate tr-ansportation and exportation ini bond by direct
approved rail route to Cctnada,

(Issued under-? Seo-s. 352.2 352.8) [B E. P. Q. 507, Jan. 24 19401

L.iE' A. STRO 11GS
Chief,_Bureau of~ Etomoolyn ---lnt Qua~rantine.


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