UNTED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGLICULTUFE
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine Washinjton, D. C.
October 3, 1938.
B. E. P. Q.--476, Supplement No. 1
PLANT-QUARATTINE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS
C01 ONWrEALTH OF AUST.ALIA
Restrictions on the Importation of Hice and Rice Plants
Statutory Rules No. 36 of March 25, 1936, amend the Quarantine (Plants) Regulations (See p. 4 et seq., B. E. P. Q.--476) by adding the following as Regulation 23A:
"Reg. 23A. No person shall imp-ort rice plants (Oryza sativa)
or rice seed or any rough or unmilled rice or rice cap-able
of germinating, except for food numrposes, for milling in preparation of food, or for other manufacturing purposes
(a) An application for permission to import has been
made to the Minister stating the nature and quantity to be imported, the country of origin, the
reasons for the importation, and the precautions to
be taken to procure plants or seed free from disease;
(b) A permit to import is obtained from the Minister,
subject to any conditions which he may think fit to
(c) The application is madb for )or on behalf of a State
Department of Agrculture. 2
EE A.' STRONG .
Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Int Quarantine.
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