Fumigation Methods: A Practical Treatise for Farmers, Fruit Growers, Nurserymen, Gardeners, Florists, Millers, Grain Dealers, Transportation Companies, Colleges and Experiment Station Workers, Etc
Orange Judd, 1902 - 313 páginas
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Página 231 - Inspector and from such formulas as he prescribes for the purpose. 5. The fumigation is to be continued for a period of not less than forty-five minutes. After the expiration of this time, or longer, and when fumigation is complete, the house is to be thoroughly ventilated for fifteen minutes at least. 6. No person is to be allowed to enter the fumigating house until after the ventilation period has expired.
Página 230 - April next, no master or captain of any ship or vessel, or any other person, shall import or bring, or cause to be imported or brought, any negro, mulatto, or other person of color, not being a native, a citizen, or registered seaman of the United States, or seamen, natives of countries beyond the Cape of Good Hope, into any port or place of the United States, which port or place shall be situated in any State which by law has prohibited...