UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE LIBRARY
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarant'.r-STATE PLAK'NT )Ar
Washington, D. C.
January 26, 1939.
B. 2. P. Q.--478, Supplement Io. 1.
PLANT-QUAPRA1TIiE IMPORT RESTP ICTI01TS
Plant Importation by Air Restricted
The Plant Importation (Amendmrent) Rules, 1938, revoke
the rule under the caption "Plant Importation by Air Prohibited"
on page 1 of B. E. P. Q,.--478, and substitute the following:
"The importation into the Colony by aircraft of
any plant is prohibited with the exception of cut flowers
from the Netherlands Indies: Provided. that such cut
flowers are not portions of any plant mentioned in
Schedule A (See the list on page 3 of B. F. P. Q.--478)
and that they are imported only through the ports or
aerodromes of Singapore and Penang; the following
fresh fruits, namely, pears, peaches, nectarines,
strawberries, plums, raspberries, red and black cur-
rants, and gooseberries; Provided that the same are
imported only through the civil airport, Singapore.
"Provided further, that the written permission of the
Director of Agriculture be first had and obtained and
that the said permission be produced by the importer
or his agent at the civil airport, Singapore, and that
each consignment be accompanied by a certificate in
the form shown in Schedule B (see page 4 of B. E. P. Q.--
478), and such additional certificates, if any, as the
Director of Agriculture may ferTTe to time require."
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