Bulletin ..., Volume 15

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Page 13 - The People of the State of New fork, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: Section 1. Chapter thirty-five of the laws of nineteen hundred nine, entitled "An act in relation to the administration of justice, constituting chapter thirty of the consolidated laws...
Page 14 - There is hereby created a state board of education to consist of seven members, who shall be appointed by the governor and shall hold office for a term of four years; provided, that those members first appointed hereunder shall be appointed within thirty days after the taking effect of this...
Page 14 - ... 7. Authority to eradicate and compensation. Agents or employees of the conservation commission may enter upon any land, in order to carry out the provisions of this section, if proper precautionary measures are taken by them to prevent the spread of this disease and no action for trespass shall lie therefor. Fair compensation shall be allowed for all trees or plants destroyed.
Page 14 - ... district within the state, or from any diseased area or locality in which the disease exists outside of the state to any point within the state. Such prohibitions shall be effective on and after the tenth day from the date of the order made with respect thereto. On the making of such an order the commission shall cause a certified copy of the same to be filed in the office of the clerk of each county affected by such quarantine and shall give such other notice thereof as it may deem necessary....
Page 8 - However, a method has been announced by the Bureau of Plant Industry of the US Department of Agriculture...
Page 13 - ... 57-a. Control of white pine blister rust and currant rust. For the purpose of suppressing and controlling white pine blister rust and currant rust, the following provisions shall apply: 1. Black currant declared a public nuisance. Planting, growing, propagating, cultivating or selling plants, roots or cuttings of any species of cultivated black currants (ribes nigrum...
Page 13 - ACT to amend the conservation law, in relation to control and suppression of white pine blister rust and currant rust.
Page 13 - ... by chapter seven hundred and five of the laws of nineteen hundred and seventeen, is hereby amended by adding...
Page 14 - Grossularia (currants and gooseberries) or so much thereof as is deemed necessary. It may also prohibit the transportation of any plants, roots or cuttings of the genus Ribes or Grossularia (currants and gooseberries) from or to any quarantine district within the state, or from any diseased area or locality in which the disease exists outside of the state to any point within the state. Such prohibitions shall be effective on and after the tenth day from the date of the order made with respect thereto....
Page 10 - ... gooseberries can be easily eradicated. Whether this can be done successfully on the many thousand acres of wild and mountainous pine lands is still problematic. It is not possible to control the blister rust by spraying. The most practical means of control, which is known at the present time, is the removal of all currant and gooseberry bushes from the vicinity of white pine trees. No definite distances for the eradication of these plants around white pine forests for protection from this disease...

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