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CALIFORNIA STATS ARCHIVES 
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state 
California 

"^ OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



I, MARCH PONG EU, Secretary of State of the State of 
California, hereby certify: 

That each of the microphotographic copies of any paper 
document or record following in this roll of film is a full 
and correct copy of the original filed in my office, and that 
each said copies was microphotographed under my direction and 
control this IQ^ day of /^<i, ^ I^S'^ 

Authority for this microfilm reproduction is Section 1551 
of the Evidence Code. 



Filmed by: 











J. R. Wainscott 
Microfilm Tech. II 
State Archives 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I execute 
this certificate and affix the Great 
Seal of the State of Califomia this 

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DEPiiETMBNT OF AGRICULTURE 

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QUARANTINE ORDER NO. 32 
(With Regulations) 
PERTAINING TO MEXICAN COTTON BOLL WEEVIL 
AND PIM BOLL.VORti OF COTTON. 

Whereas, The fact has been determined by the Director 
of Agriculture that Injurious Insects known ^s^^^e^?®?^^°^,^°r; 
ton B^ll weevil ( Anthonomus grandls E^^^- ^^^^^^^.^^g.^^iij^"" 
(?ectlnophora gossyplella Saunders), nen J° ?^^„?°^^^^^^J^5:° 
known to exist within and throughout the State of California, 
exist In several states of the United States; 

Now. Therefore, It Is declared necessary In order to 
nrevent the Introduction of the Mexican Cotton Boll -eevll or 
Se Pink Bollworm Into the State of California ^^f v,%^f ^^S 
ISjar^a^Stine be and the ^a^e is hereby established in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Section 2319b of the ^jli^J^^-^ 
r^«/ii» r^r +h^ ^tate of California against cotton lint, iintv^rs, 
Satte sweepings! sLples of cottSn, seed cotton, cotton seed, 
^oftoA seed hufls, cotton ginning and -^^^i-f machinery, cotton 

Stffilf Is^tSat^Sirbfaf si; 'irconTectfoi ^ll^ ^oll'nX- 

S?nSe Zdll'tUlf, ZTe,runlTl.Tt'.iUlr.o thi following 
regulations: ' 

RWiULATION 1. Seed cotton or cotton seed grown in 
, «t..t« o^lotality of the United States known to be infested 

option annxpense of the owner, consignee or agent. 

SSIvir.? iL^?JnS"ro!?.l™ "e"!;?r^o»n to e.-.ist smaX first 



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make application to the Director of Agriculture for a . 
do so, stating In the application the name and address CgT tShe 
exporter, the locality where the seed cotton or cotton i^ed was 
or own. the amount of the importation and the name and address of 
the Importer in the State of California to whom the permit should 
be sent. Accompanying the application must be a cer-tificate, in 
duplicate, signed by the State ^tomologlst of the state wbe^-e 
the seed cotton or cotton seed was 0?own, and setting for^h the 
locality of origin of the seed cotton or cotton seed comprising 
the shipment. / / 

REGULATION 3. Seed cotton or cotton seed Ijiiported or 
brought into the State of California under permit i^aued by the 
Director of Agriculture shall have each package or/container in 
the shipment plainly and correctly marked to ^how^the number of 
the permit, the quantity of the contents, the state and locality 
whoro growA, the name and address of U>^ exporter and the name 
and address of the consignee. y^ y 

REGULATION 4. Persons contemplating the impiS'ting or 
bri>3#^nc into the State of California >6tton lint, Ifnters, ^^- 

wls^: keepings, sar.ples, or any f^.fof unmanufactured-^^otton - 
from other states of the Unit^rd St/^fes, except the State of 
JrSona, shall first r.ake application to the director of A^i- 
culture for a permit to do s^, stating in the application the 
S^e^d address of the e^ter, the locality from v^hich the 
shlpmSt is to be mad5,>?re amount of the importation the 
terminal point of d-^Hvery, and the name and address of the 
Sr?S in the State of California to whom the permit should 
be sent. 

REGULATION 5. Cotton bagging that has been used as 

?^ oSton and expense of the cimer, ccneignee or agent. 
T^f^oJ-^Ieffot^n "cotton ie. or c^ton see. .y-pro^^ 



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the importing or bringing into the State of California of any 
such machinery as heretofore enumerated in this regulation, 
shall first make application to the Director of Agriculture 
for a p.3rmit to do so, stating in the application the name and 
address of the exporter, the location frcan nhioh ^he shipment 
is to be made, the nature and amount of the importation, the 
terminal point of delivery, and the name and address of the 
topor?tr in the State of California to whom the P^^* ^^ould 
be sent. Any and all shipments of such mad-mery as heretofore 
enu^eraled ?n this regulation imported or ^^°^g^^^S ° ^^^^ 
rtntfl Of California under authority of permit issued by the 
Director o? Ag^CuUure, shall have attached to each fhli^ent 
« oflr* If Icate signed by the official entomolO£ist of the state 

JrSSllhf ch s^cS s^??meJt was :nade, -lJO-i"^/VL?""u"the co?ton 
oeSnit to import and setting forth the fact that all the cotton 
piling or cotton milling machinery included in the shipment 
had been cleaned and fumigated with hydrocyanic acid gas be- 
fore beLglSded for shi^ent, the date and place of fumiga- 
Uon, and^he amount of cyanide used in the J"^|f ^f?" °^,f * 
ahiment covered by the certificate. Any and all shipments 
of cS??on gWng br cotton milling machinery not acccr.panied 
?v a certificate as provided for in this regulation shall be 
rIfSsed a^i?tance iSto the State o^ California and upon the 
arrival of any such machinery without the certifi^r.e as pro- 
?ISed for, thi same shaU be immediately sent ^rc of the state^,. , 
at the expense of the owner, consignee or ^dnt. 

RTOULATICN 7. Cotton pick^-Xg-bags that have been used 
for plckinf o^harvesUng cottoS In aSy state or territory where 
tSe Kxfc^ Sott^ Boll Weevil or the Pink Bollworm are kno^ 
t o exiit ^ any cotton picking-bags that have cotton lint or 
To.lfn'leeT.Tlr upon o? adhering to the sa^ea^e hereby ^^^ 

S??ill^f. f^rsuSr^o^fo^n'^ic^tn^fagr^ 

Bn^^ iHhf Sli^o^ ^t^^ olVe-owferfcon. 

•»J<^ee or agent. 

REGULATiai 8. Railrbad cars that have t)een used for 
the transpo??aiton of seed cotton cotton lint o.cottn^seed 

must immediately u, on arrival f ^p^^^^^^JJ^^ seed shall be burned 
cleaned of all cotton seed, and such cotton seed |^^^^ ° ^.g^^ed 
upon removal fr^^'the car, o^.^^f^ °^J da^^^er of infestation of 
or sterilized as to remove all P°%^J;^^^i?5"|oii°orm. Any and all 
the Mexican Cotton Boll ^-eevil or the Pink Bollworm^ ^J^^^ ^^^^ 

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irJ?i^e^?or°^f^i;^iru??^-erhird^'..^t? S^dr^tle?; or .uarantme 



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guardians, until said cotton seed is destroyed and the oar 
disinfected or. sterilized to the satisfaction of the quarantine 
officer making the inspection. 

REtfULATICN 9# Upon arrival at any courmon carrier sta- 
tion in the State of California of any car lot shipment of agri- 
cultural emigrant moveables, farming implements, or other field 
appliances, from the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, 
Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Netv Mexico, North Carolina, 
Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas, or any other 
states in which the Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil or the Pink Boll- 
worm may become established, shall be held intact and not de- 
livered to consignee until notice has been given to and certifi- 
cate of release received from the Director of Agricultvire, his 
deputy or deputies, or quarantine guardian of the district or 
covmty in nhich such car lot shipment of agricultural emigrant 
moveables is received. 

REGULATION 10. That no shipmant of household goods, 
agricultural emigrant moveables, farming Impl^nents, or other 
field appliances, to points within the State of California frort 
the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisla"- 
Mississippi, Hew Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South C 
Tennessee and Texas, or any other states in which the Mexl 
Boll r.eevil or the Pink Bollworm may become established - 
delivered by comr-ion carrier agents to consignees until 
been presented an affidavit executed by the shipp'^- "^ 
blanks provided by the state to the effect that t 
includes no seed cotton or cotton seed. 




REOULATICN 11. Agricultural 
implements, or other field appliances, 

the State of California by other than c< „, — / „ -. 

tion. from the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, 
Louisiana, Mississippi, Ner.- Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, 
South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas, shall be placed in quarantine 
by the Director of Agriculture, his dejxaty or deputies, or 
quarantine guardian of the district or county into which such 
agricultural emigrant moveables are imported or brought, ^n^il 
it has bee.- detemined by inspection that the same are free from 
the Mexican Cotton Boll Y/eevll and the Pink Bollworm of cotton. 

All deputies of the Director of Agriculture and all 
state quarantine guardians are hereby empowered to carry out all 
the provisions of this order. 

The forepoing regulations do not apply to the experi- 
ments of the united States Department of Agriculture in the Stats 
of California, 



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This order supersedes Quarantine Order No. 26 is- 
sued Jsmuary 4, 1915, and Amendments Nos. 1, 2 aad 3 to Quaran- 
tine Order No. 26, and shall take effect immediately. 



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Approved: 




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Governor of ttte State of California. 



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WH^.2AS, the destruction of life and property by fire in 
the Unit'^SIj^tates amoants annually to an enormous total 
and iV*is oF^ utmost importance that everything possible 
should be done to safef»uard life and property throuphout 
the I^ation frs^ji the rava^s of fire, and, 

WHiiPuSAS, statistics compiled by the Fire Prevention 
Bureau of the Pacific and national authorities on the 
subject show that the majority of fires are caused by 
carelessness and nef^ligence and are preventable, and, 

WHEREAS, Fire P event ion Day will be observed throughout 
the country in the prosecution of a national campaign to 
reduce fire losses, 

K)*«, THiiSEFORS, I. tiu.. D. ST^HENS, Governor of 
California, in conformity with a request of the Fire 
Prevention Bureau of the Pacific, do hereby designate 
Saturday. October 9. 1920, as FIRE PR.JEI^TIOi: DAY, in the 
State of Califcmia. and do most earnestly appeal to all 
state, municipal and fire insurance bodies to cooperate 
in the observance of that day to the end that fire losses 
in this state may be appreciably reduced during the caning 
year. 




Govern or. 





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^lao If «!uwir»^nff »*'i*47 'w^deraiw. «^*!nitloa of t)ia 
dutit* of cltlstnifcip li MMntUl If frao w^riajiit ihaU 

of Vus iifcUtldaal tot^r W r^r»lU#d *«l fatWal&r ai^ 
lot«Ul«»atly i- b. r«©d. 

1 t-oat E itete^ldi «ov»« at en b« natblish^d for a 
yaerly pat-lotio aba^nraasa day i^ '»»« TOt^^ra' "rtU b« 
Moortad lata th -ody af • ctlf» altlawwhl- ^t^ v oli aarcwoaf 
•a alll a1«i«*^''y a^r'"' *^ 'ii^^ity aad iir.po'-ta'Wt of tba 

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PROGLAMilTION. 

I hereb; proclaim THUISMY, the 11th day of November, 
1920, a leral holiday, in commemoration of the Armistice that 
ended the conflict of arms in the Great liorlds H&t, 

On this day tribute should be paid to the memory of 
the young American manhood that was sacrificed. We must not 
forget the mothers, fathers, wives and other loved ones who 
suffered the heartbreaking loss of those dearest to them. 

There should also b: emression on this day of rejoicing 

over the rreservation of our civilization. The institutions 

of free government, the eternal principles of justice and 

right, and the doctrine of meruy and brotherhood ware arain 

triumphant in the greatest onslaught upon them that history has 

known. A significance will, therefore, in the years to come, 

be attached to Armistice Jay that will mark it as one of the 

rreatest events in human affairs. I shall su^rest to the 

legislature of California at its next session that November 11th 

be set aside as a permanent holiday. 

IN ..ITKjiSw .iHjiHEOF, I have 
her unto set my hand 
and caused the G-reat 
Seal of the atate of 
California itojBe af- 
fixed thia/f^aj of 
October, 1920. 




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PROCL'^" TIOK. 

I hereby proclaim THUISIIAT, the 11 th day of Loveaber, 
1920, a leral holiday, in connnemo ration of the Armistice that 
ended the conflict of arms in the Great norlda Wat. 

On this day tribute should be paid to the memory of 
the young /jnerican manhood that was sacrificed. We must not 
forget the mothers, fathers, wires and other loTed ones who 
suffered the heartbreaking loss of those dearest to them. 

There should also br expression on this day of rejoicing 
oyer the reaenration of our ciyiliaation. The institutions 
of free roTernment, the eternal principles of justice and 
ri^t, ant^ the ioctrine of mercy and brotherhood -.wre a^in 
triumphant in the greatest onslaught upon them that history has 
known. A significance will, therefore, in the years to come, 
be attached to Armistice Jay that will mark it as one of the 
Teatest events in human affairs. I shall su -est to the 
legislature of Oalifornia at its next session that Ifovember 11th 

be set 84^40 as a permanent )ioliday« 

IN ..ITiSS.. hESl-EOF, I hare 
her unto set ray hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the titate of 
Oalifornia ^.H^ af- 
fixed thia/^^tay of 
October, l9:X). 




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IIOV IS 1920 





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$tat« cf California 

PROCUMATIOW 
The Preeidont :>f tli« United States has proclaimed Thureday, 
tbe S&th Day of lfoT»Bber,1920, aa ThanksgiTin« Day. 

It deTolTes alao upcn me as Goremor of California, to 
declare that day a legal holiday, and to call upon the people of 
this state to unite in rendering thanks to Al«ighty God for the 
bounteous blessings showered upon the state and the nation during 
the present year. 

California has aade wondrous strides icrecorering froa the effects 
of the late war, its industries hare flourished, its people Ijaye 
been proeperous, and law and order have been maintained, and the 
citisens of this sUte hare displayed in peace the saae unbounded 
patriotisB and energy that characterized fcfceir efforts in war. The 
people haTe rallied to aeet the needs of a world under reconstruction. 

With a still greater year in prospect, due to early and copiaos 
rains, Califoania has good reason for thanksgiTing. 

low, therefore, I, Willian D. Ste^iens, Ggremor of the State of 
California, do proclaim Thursday, Noveiaber,26th, to be a legal holiday 
and urge all citizens to gather in their hoi»s, or respectiye places 
of worship, for thanksgiTing and prayer. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set ay hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
15 th day of ioreaber , 1920. 







§tttt» of California 

TO ALL. TO .,HOM TH^SE ?xRiSi:^S 3Hi.LL OOLS. GPiSTIIG: 

I, .<M. u, 6l!^FiL.m, Governor of the btate of Oalifornia 
do hereby certify that it duly appears frora the statement of the 
vote made by the Secretary of State of the State of California 
filed in his office, a copy of which has been t -ansmitted to 
this office as required by law, that at the General Election 
held on Tuesday, the second day of November, A. J., 1920, in said 
State of Oalifornia, the foUowinpr named persons, to wit: 



Lawrence .. Flaherty. 
Georr^ r{, Davis, 

krs. ijiiwar-i F. Glaser, 
5d. Fletcher, 
iurs-. J. ^« oteohens, 
i..rs. Charles G. Teap^e , 



John H. Rosseter, 
?i. I. Hollinp^worth, 
A. H. Hewitt, 
A. J. Lathews, 
Georpre I". Francis, 
G. G'. Jtoan^, 
.lylie III. Giffen. 

respectively received the hi-hest number of votes cast for the 
office of Elector, for the State of Galifornia, of rresiient 
and Vice-Presiient of the United states of America, am that 
they are duly ar^T^ointed by said el-:.ctioii resrectively to the 
said office of Elector; 

HOW, THiPEPO..-., I, A. D. S7EPHE?B, as Governor afore- 
said, and in pursuance of law, do hereby commission the said 



John H. Rosseter, 
Y'l. I. Hollingaworth, 
A. H. Hewitt. 
A. J« i.:a thews, 
Georere k. Francis , 
C. G. o^ngi 



Lav.-rence J. Flaherty, 

Georfre -.i. Davis^ 

Lrs. idward F. Glaser, 

Ed. Fletcher 

krs. -« V. Stenhens , 

Lrs. Charles D. Peag-ue 



Yiylie u. Gif;en, 

respectively an Elector, for the State of California , of 



$iat« of «alifamia 

TO ALL, TO mHOM THESE PRiiSiJffS SHALL CCAIE. GRKETIIG: 



I, m. J. bTi,fliiNS, Governor of the State of Californiaj. 
do hereby certify that it duly appears from the statement of the 
vote made by the Secretary of State of the State of California 
filed in his office, a copy of which has Been transmitted to 
this office as required by law. that at the General Election 
held on Tuesday, the secoiii day of November, A.D.. 1920, in said 
State of California, the followinfc named persons, to wit; 



Lawrence J. Flaherty, 

Georpre 3. Davis, 

Mrs. iSaward F. alaser, 

fid. Fletcher, 

krs. D. vj. Stephens, 

Lrs. Charles G. Teague, 



John H. Rosseter, 
T?. I. Hollinfrsworth, 
A. H. Hewitt, 
A. J. Mathews, 
Georfre «. Framjis, 
G. CV ioan^, 
iVylie M. Giffen, 

respectively received the highest number of votes cast for the 
office of Elector, for the State of California, of President 
and Vice-Presiaent of the United states of America, anl that 
they are duly aDpointed by said election respectively to the 
said office of Elector; 

row, THjil-SPO.-i:, I, m, D. STEHENS, as Governor afore- 
said, and in pursuance of law, do hereby commission the said 



John H. Rosseter, 
1. I. Hollingswrth, 
A. H. Hewitt. 
A« J< Mathews, 
George ii. Francis , 
C. C. loangt 
l?ylie k. Giffen, 



Lawrence J. Flaherty, 

George d. Davis, 

Mrs. Edward F. Glaser, 

Bd. Fletcher 

Mrs. j*w« Stephens, 

Mrs. Charles G. Teag-ue . 



respectively an Elector, for the State of CaUfornia ,of 



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Preaident and Vice-President of the United States of America. 

IN TSSTIMONI WHiitiOP, I haTe 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State to be affixed 
at the City of Sacramento, 
this 14th day of December, 
I.D.. 1920. 



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Bv the Governor: 
^ Attest 




Governor>*^ c;aiirornit 




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ecretary of otate 



President and Vice-President of th United States of America. 

IN TS3TIM0NY '«Hi--.-OP, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the areat Seal of 
the State to be affixed 
at the City of Sacramento, 
this 14th day of December, 
A.D.. 1920. 



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icy the vjovernor: 
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Secretary of otate 



C?xccittixic Pepavtment 



state of Calif «3r«tia 

SPi^IA- EL"CTIDH ?RO:LA:.'iATlO!I. 

I. V . 0. ^: ?H'<2IS, Govern r c ;' \ r. St-te of 3t.li- 
foraia, do hp -eby proclai:r. and order th&t a sr eial election 
shall be held on the fifteenth lay of February, 1921, in the 
Ninth 30 i^ressional District of this State to fill the vacancy 
iA f^N^."iJy|#B|re3en^ative to the ^onj-ress of tht^ United 
Sta-^ fro- soid^Mth Zor^e3i%onfil District caused cy the 
death of- Cfes. ?. V^n fm Vater. r" 

Aw6 1 DO k:?Z3Y 'offer a reward •: On-o Hundr-d (IOC) 
Doll-rs for the arrest and conviction of any ani every person 
violating any of the provisions of Title IV, Part 1, of the 
Penal Code; such '-ewards to be paid until the total aT.ount 
hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the su-n of Ten 
Thous-nd (10,000) Doll.-irs. 

IN TJITFiSS VHi: •.'-:0?, I have 
hereunto set ny hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
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Sr THE STATE OF OALlTOftHA 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRIOULTURE 



O. H HECKB. OIRBCrrOR 
aACRAMSNTO 



AlffiHDlffiNT NO. 3 TO QUARAlfPINE ORDER NO. 31. 
Pirtaining to Alfalfa Woaril. 



The followiiig facts hare be«B dsterained by tb« 
Director of Agriculture, to-wit: 

.«^^^fif*K* '^•^H iHSSEl P08tica )ha« dov been fouad 
and omcially recorded-trexiSrarTn the County of Site 

Jf^O^eli;!* '' ^''*' '"^ '" thelounty of i^SuJ, Siu 

NOW, THEREFORE. It it declared neceosary. in order te 

Sl^^'triTJSi'* ^»*r?^r^i»» into tilTltaU oTlhifor^ 
ft! ^J*.»l'»l'» •••Til ( qypera poitiea ). that all^ 

?St! li i5!^ t«rfitorT known as the County of Malheur 
State of Oregon, in adSition to and incluSnJ the StSw 
and counties set forth in Quarantine Order 5?. U.' 

Quarantine Order No. 31 is amended accordingly. 



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GoTemor of -Calif omia. 

Issued January 3, 1921. 



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do here!).-/ proclaim and order that 



a srecial election, shall b^ 



held on the fifteenth da- 



?ebrii-. :-y. 1921 



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fourth .issernbly District of this State to fill the vacancy in 
the oJ"fice of AssemblTnan from said Twenty-fourth Asse-ably 
District civased by the death of Assenblyman V/illian M. Collins 



Am I ->: H^-.-:BY offer 



'.•ard of One Hundred (100) 



Del 



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the arrest and conviction of any -and every verson 



violating any of the provisions of Title IV. fart 1, o: the 
Penal T-ode; such rewards to be paid until the total a":Dunt 



h-.reafter expended for the pu-po; 
Th^u-^nd (10. COO) Dollars. 



16 re.-cnc-s the sum of Ten 









Hi rN"-;S3 V/Hl-rr.-.O?, I have 
hereunto set ir:y hand 
ani c used the Great 
Seal Df thr- State of 
California to be af- 



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^■R0CUM«T10M. 
The San Francisco County Counoil of the ««crloj.n Legion hs* 
requested that I proolai* Sun*, y, JitDU ry 50tQ aS S^.iJII ;«'Un^B » 
DAI" in Ctili fornix for tn« purpose of rtsogniLir^' ippropri tely^ 
the sertiaee in tne iorld i.r ol tae «my Burse Corps. 

The T!iri6ui St\tee ol the Union h^vc joiner", in ocscrTing 
thia oo:aBion, -Jid 1 beMeve it to re one in »hlca tie iit t^ of 
California ehoul 1 purtlcip te 

R0f,THFHEKOhE, i.iiM.IAll D. SiFrHESS, Sovcrnor of the St-.te 
of Califcrni., do projTa.i« SUND,.Y, January Sf|h •• "-RMY NOr.bB 
DAY" in the Stute ol Cilitornit, -ad ^►ill upon the citirene ol 
this stnte to obserre the oo::^«ion by proper senri^es in the chur^hef 
and el*e«her»f and by «e:>.riag the rose vhloh tiixs been recognized u» 
the syabol ot the Aray nirte, in order th^.t the heroic .nd unselrish 
••rrioe* of the voaen oob prising the Army Nurse Corps during the 
eWorld lar should be •uita.bly reneBbfred. 

■ilii.'iB D. Stephens 
Governor. 
Sacrasento, Culifomia. 

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^tatr of ©rtlifornirt 



--procla::ation 
by 

Wm. T). Stephens, Governor of California. 



The people of Gali 'omia are no- called upon publicly tcr 
support in a financial v/ay a movement which the misinformed are 
prone to refer to as the "California issue". I refer to the 
Japanese problem and the ca Tiaign being launched to raise an 
emergency educational fund -vith which to convince America that 

this is not a "California issue", but a serious problem for all 
America. 

Concerning Oalifornia, this problem strikes at her socia^, 
econo-nic and political development. 

Concerning our sister States and America in general, the 
menace grows - it has to do with the "race plans for a century 
to come" of an aggressive people. 7e are seen ent ring Into an 
economic competition that will drive white farmers from the land 
destroy social, religious and political barriers and give to an 
unassi'^ilable people t ;e control of certain essentials of our 
Civilization. 

California was sure of "he justness of her position in 
the recent enactment o the Alien Land Law, which stopped the 
loopholes in the 1913 lavj. Unfortunately. Las-torn discussion 
fails to reveal a cler-r understanding of the problem, and to 
protect all our p'^ople ALL AM'^RICA must have a full appreciation 
of v.hat a part of the ?iastern press refer to as the "California 
issue". 



§Uxte of Californirt 



projla:.iatiok. 



;rtL.-v:AS, there exists in this Stute an ABSoci^tion of 
JoTuTiercial 3ecre*-aries, representing two hunired :;sli.*omia 
cities and to\'<-ns, and orgj^nincd for the pm'posn of promoting 
the interests not alone of their respective coirrtunities "ba* 
of the State in general. 

AND VVIiE:-.r;A3 , this Association has requested that a 
dute be set on v;hich residents of Djaifornia be --rged to -ATite 
letters to relatives, friends an- acquaintances livii.^ else- 
wl-ere, inviting the-n to vi?it California and obtain first hand 
kno -ledge of otir attractions tc the settler. 

^IFD Hilir.AS, this rreat State, '.7ith an area of 155,297 
square rdles, anil enaov:ed b:* ::ature v.-i*:":- ev-ry blessing, htis a 
presei.t pop^alation of 3,426,526, and is well able to pix)vide 
hapriiiesE ana prosperity for millions more. 

NOW, TTr.REFC.-..., ., ..I-.-I.„. 3. rT'I'inNS, Governor of 
the State of if^lifomia, dc h.ereby approve the idea and motive 
of a "OALi:C?.KIA Iir/ITATION DAY" and dc set Llonday. Pebn:ary 
14th, 1921, as th- day for loyal and patriotic Californians to 
express in Iftters to others tht^ hospitality of the region in 
-hich c- live and the many natural advantages which re desire 
to she re with fellov: .imericans. 

And I do hpreby vv^p that vc enter upon the spirit of 
the occasio:. v;ith u :;-i.... :-^t, and -:. ^ -half of the co--nunit 

in -.vhicli we r side, take the time on iPebruury 14th to •.v.-lte 
relatives, friervis and acquaintsjices living ortsiic of Cali- 
.-,^,-,. ,. •' • 1 TO r- unities that are open and extending 



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a hearty invitation to "Come to California". 

And I further urge all of the splendid, State serving, 
Go-imunity developing newspapers of California not only to 
foster and encourage t;-- letter writing carapaign herein pro- 
posed, but in addition thereto each to publish an editorial 
letter setting- forth the attractivenef-s and charm of Cali- 
fornia, the sweetheart of the world. 

Ill V/ITNESS .m^-RKOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused to be affixed the Sreat Seel of the State of California, 
this //-day of Janu-ry, 19?1, and of the ad^-nission of the 
State of California the 71st. 




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In the effice of tke Socretery of Stats 
or THE 8TATL Ol' OlLIFOMJA 

APR B - 1D21 




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i ^UA.-U.\i'I2IS (HDSR NO. 33 

(With xiagulatloas) 
BoRlAUlUt^ TO araiWB^iiLiY KOOr WiiSVlL IN OALIjf'OiL.U. 



Tha fact has oe«a determlQsd oy taa vlraccor of Ajrlsultura that 
aa injurious iaaact kaowa aa taa otrawbarry xloot Waavil (Braobyralaua 
(OtioruyDoaus) i^i*^froas, Jyli.), aaw to and uot aitharto jcdowq to axist 
within and tnroue^out tne Stata of Jaiii^^raia, azlsta in a portion of 
Alainada Jouoty, Oalifomia* 

It is daclarad aaoassary in ordar to prarant tna further spraad 
of said Strawuarry .ioot neavil tnat a horticultural quarantine oa and 
tha sare is naraoy astaolianad in accordanoa witn the provisiona of 
Saction 2^19b of the x'olitical Oode of tna ^tata of Jaiifornia, againat 
atrawoarry plants, strawbarrias, atrawoarry chests, oasksts, traya, ooxas 
and siiias, and all other articles used in growing or oarvesting straw- 
oarrias from toat portion of Alanada County, Oaliiornia, hereinafter 
dasorioad as infested tarritory, and no suoh material so quarantined 
ajainst anall oe moved from aaid infastad tarritory axoapt under and 
suojeot to thd following ret^ulationst 

Eii^'IjttJIOM 1. Infastad tarritoryi 111 ti.at portion of 
Alasadit County, Jaliforaia, la«;Blly described aa followst 

Firstt Beginning at a stake in the canter of the Oounty 
doad setwean Ilayward and .iuasall itatioa known aa County .toad 
Ho. 1003, distant taeraon South 69 de^aes 27« West 13,37 
O-iuins from the oonter of County itoal oetwean i-t. jidao and 
Jian Lorenzo and running tnence alon^ aaid line of County 
doad iiO/ 1009 aouth 69 de^-reas 27* ..est 4.34 ohaina to a stake; 
tnence South 26 degrees 33' j;a3t 12.576 chains to a stake; 
tnence oouth 63 aegraaa 27' ..est 10.785 chains to a atane in 
the line dividing taa land of Herman Uohr from the ianl of 
Jne Estate of Anna J. .«rada, deceased; tnenoa alont, said 
dividing line Jouth 26 degrees id' Sast 8.234 ohaina to a 
8ta<ce; thence iiOrta 62. degrees 52' jiast 1-«.»1 coains to a 
scakB; thence i\ortn 27 degrees 8' neat 18.76 onains to tha 
place of oaginaing. 

Containing 18.76 acres. 

Second: Ba^'inning at a point on toe Center Line of 
tne County lioad from Hayward to .iuasell otation knoAn as 
County -\oad l>o. 1009 , distant taaraoo South 89 degrees 




STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



O H. HBCKB. DIRBCTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



EdCUTIVI OFnOI 



^JAiUlii'IIIS (mDSR NO. 33 
(With .iagulatioas) 
PriiaiAlNIuJ TO 6J?riAWB:iti.vY A002 WiiSVIL IS OALIrOiL.U. 



.The fact has oeen detarmiaed oy tna director of A^-riaulture that 
aa injurioua inaeot kaown aa toe strawberry doot Weevil ( Braohyral nua 
(Otioriiyncii>i8) ru^frooa, Jyll.), new to and uot aitnerto icnowa to exist 
within and tnroue^out tne Statd of Oaili-^raia, exists in a portion of 
Alameda Jounty, Oalifornia* 

It ia declared aecassary ia order to prevent tna further spread 
of said atrawuerry --ioot ..eevil taat a horticultural quarantine oa and 
tne sane is nareoy estaolisned in accordaaoe witn the provisions of 
Sactioa 2Jl9b of the x'olitical Oode of tne State of Jaliforaia, aj^inst 
atrawoerry plants, strawberries, strawoerry chests, oasists, trays, ooxes 
and siiiea, and all otner articles used in growing or oarvesting straw- 
oerriea from tnat portion of Alaneda County, Oali-ornia, hereinafter 
desorio as infested territory, and no such material so quarantined 
a^-ainst snail oe moved from said infested territory except under and 
subject to the following regulationst 

£jiiUli«JION 1. lafastad territory! Ail ti.at portion of 
Alaneda County, California, ie^lly dasorioed as followst 

Flrstt Beginnin=i at a stake in toe oactar of the County 
iload oetwaea liayward and .iuasell Station known as County noad 
Ko. 1009, distant taereon South 69 degrees 27* West 13,37 
caains from toe Center of County xioad oetwaen -it. ileo and 
San Lorenzo and running tnence along said iiue of County 
xioad xio» 1009 south 6^ de^jreaa 27' -est 4.34 chains to a stake; 
taenca South 26 degrees 33* iast 12.576 chains to a stake; 
tnence South 63 aagreea 27* ..eat 10.765 chains to a 8ta.ce ia 
the line dividing tae land of Herman Uohr from the iani of 
^'ne instate of Anna J. ..rede, deceased; tnence aionj, aaid 
dividing line South 26 degrees 33' Bast 8.234 chains to a 
BtaKB; ihence i-orta 62 degrees 52' iiast U.^l onains to a 
stake; thence ivortn 27 degrees o' ..eat 18.76 chains to the 
place of oegiaaiag. 

Containing 18.78 acres. 

Soooodt Beginning at a point on tna Center Line of 
tae County lioad from Hayward to .iussell otation known as 
County .^ad Jto. 1009 , distant taereon South 89 degrees 



27* moaJf 17.71 obaias from tbs Intersaotion of said iiae of 
Road and .ha osatar iiae of the wounty .ioad laadla^ from Ut* 
rdsn to San Lorenso known as ^'ala^raph iioad and running thanca 
from aald plaoa of oeginning along aaid Una of Oounty Road So* 
1009 South 89 dagraea 27' Weat 12.00 ohalna to a stone monument 
at t^ ^ortbaast corner of toa land belonging to tha Eatata 
of i'aui Uohr, deceased; thacca along the iiasterly boundary line 
of said axonr's land South 26 degrees 33' iiast 17.836 ohains to 
a post; toenoe North 63 degrees 27' i^st 10.765 ohaina to a 
post, thenca north 26 degrees 33' »est 12.576 ohaina to place 
of oe^inning. 

Containing 16.40 acrea and oeing a portion of Plot 
"5" of tha South portion of the Soto xiancho. 

.tBGULA*iOiil 2. Strawberry plants or other plants or soil shall not 
ba moTed from said infested territory for any purpose whatsoever, and all 
loose plaata aol rubaiaa ahall be collected and destroyed uy burning within 
aaid infested territory 

AiSiiiULA^'lOli 3. Strawberriea anall not oe moved from said infeated 
territory except upon compliance witn the following ra<iuirement8i 

(a) iitrawoarry cneats must oa placed on stilts, and stilts 
kept covered with tanglefoot of a consistency to prevent weevila 
crawling up stilts. 

(b) Picking traya shall not be allowed to come in contact 
at any time with chests, and oaakets snail oe traaafarrad from 
plCKing trays to onasts without permitting such contact. > 

(c) 1*0 cheat, oasi^st, tray, oox, aiide, or other article 
used in growing, harvesting or marketing of strawoorriea soall 
oe moved from said infeated territory until the same oas ueen 
Inspected oy an authorixed State vi,uarantine Jruardian or autnor- 
ised agent of the director of Agriculture and passed as clean. 

(d) Strawberry ohesca used in transporting strawberriea from 
infested territory must oe plainly and legibly marked with 
grower's name and numoared serially, and all auch cnests shall oe 
registered in the ofiice of the State quarantine (iuardian of 
Alameda Jounty. 

(a) Ho chest, tray, oaskat, oox or slide, used in infested 
territory shall oe used in any strawoarry field outside of aaid 
infested territory. 



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Director of Agricultura. 



Approved: --^ 

governor of ^e State of California. 
1 asuad i April 7. 1»21. 




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PKOCLALIATIOK 

,IEMM2» by Act of Oongress, the second Sunday of Uay 
has been designated as "liOTHiiRS* DAI', and it has been ordered 
that the United States flag shall be displayed on all government 
buildings on that day, and 

(/HjffliiAS, the Senate and the Assembly of the State of 
California has authorized and requested the Governor of California 
to issue a proclamation calling upon State, County and local 
officials to display the flag upon their homes and other suitable 

places, and 

VrHiJHIiAS, bearing in mind the heroic sacrifices of the 
pioneer mothers liho braved untold hardships and peril to aid in 
founding our ^eat state and having in mind the sacrifices and 
loyalty of California 'Jothers during the iorlds .7ar and other 
</ars, it is fitting that the people of California should join 
in honoring the mothers of the nation, and the glorification of 
the home, upon which the nation is built, 

Na;, TILSiiPORE, I, .Via. D. Stephens, Sovernor of California, 
do hereby proclaim Sunday, Llay 8, "mOTHuBS" DAI" in California, 
and request that the national emblem be displayed on all state, 
county and municipal buildings and grounds, and upon the homes 
of the people on that day. 



M. D. SEPH21IS, 
Governor of California 



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^}I , -^otor trenapo-tat Ion >*p b«cone n 

indispenabla factor Ln agriculture. oo',«-oe -^nd industry; and 

¥H;^a.;.S, The antOTJOoile ha greatly enriched the 
recre-tional 11 e of our «tato ^JOA n.-.tioa -.nd is an larport-mt 
ele-TKJnt in the devfilopnont of th. eooial sollrl :rity or the 

people; tind 

.<Hi -V, I'hr uato^ojilo industry ie said to De the 

aeoond largest indufltry In the oouniry And la doeerrlnf, of 

speoial rooot-nition; 

HO , T^:. ,, I, ".'II^LI ». ^■ra'K*'. Got rnor 
of the Sti.tc of call^omin, do roclBia AiUKOAY. tho 14th 
day of :ay, 19"1, to bn observed as aatoiobile dry in 
recognition or thii' >Te>>.t induutry. 



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CoTfirnoi • 



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.H..KAS. The forest, of ^all^ornia ^^iJ^J/^f^-J/.-J ?f, 

prdBotion from fire. ''^iJ "^Jji^^^jja^^fir tlS^r of all of our 
generation after generation the neeaa Bor xi— 

oltlzans; and 

hay. and grain fires J^^J^^^^J^tiJ^fJ^a^t I9SS.662; killlig 
oaieing a direct "wa^^jy^^?" ?ift^ Jears henoe, oannot be 
young trees the yalue of «^«^» 5"!^Sd have fei hundreds of 
Jstiiated; destroying P^»*^« * Jt^^ i^SJshJI arJas of growth 
oattl.. Sheep, and ^"!«J Jf ^^^^^torS for sonmer Irrigation 
needsd to oonaerTs water 'ro\*i;j®^ b*rrS waste in plaoe of 
and eleotrlo power purposes; IsaTlng barren was^e 

BylTan beauty; and, 

and pafture conserved. 

-T TT«" -n p«r'?-^r''NS Governor of the State of 
THEP.--ORB. I./I^^IJ^ !:.f ^y 23 to 29. 1921. fOR-^ST 
California ^o proclaim the week May 23^^° ^^^» ^1 of the 

iS'e? t;.STJ;.: !SJ?Sf.'tSat''Sar/.°4la:°r,S .0 tKe present a . 
future welfare of our 'Hate. 

Let teachers observe the .eek by impressing upon our boys 
and glrla this duty. 

let mlniater. Instruct their ooogregatloM. 

Let a.B,ol.it.ns such as t^ B.y .=?»;i;;;;„:»",^S;?r!iX!''^*° 

T^ j!r°Jr.\r;ii^'°c^s;r?o"p™«n;ire;«r„n. our p.it.ru,. 

Let rallro.48 taie all step, needful t - prevent or extinguish 
llres alonf their rights of nay. 

Let l»mbor.Mi le.Te no fir. traps rfter logging. 

L.t fishermen and all -ho f" «5^,*/rir%%"r."Ct'J^'. '" 

wealth of our beloTed State. 

«m. D. Stepheas 
Oorernor. 



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\vh«r«i8, it Is Tiroposoa to oboorr* Hatlonal 

Dleabled Soldl«rB» o* b-eHmlng May W. ^^^ ^^* «atlonol 

i)isaU.«d Soiai«»» loMtt* »»8 arraiif«« a rrogrta ior that 

vMk, to Le obeoTTod throu^^out tho aatloa, wJiloh tea for 

its ■logon: "iii^irt^or tHo UsablO'i soldiaflfB," oa* 

,.lioro»a. thl. IB aa OTP-ikl ^ **^<»J» *^»« ^^^^'^^ •' 

Oallionaa will ctuiokon . in gmtltuAo £»» tlw eaorlfioo. 

and h«»l«t of th» Bonrloo am wiio »»▼• thalr Utoo and 

tholr bodloe for tho Iwaor luid Uborty of iMxloe. 

low thoroioro, I wiUioa ^* stoph«a», foromor 

of (tellfonita, 40 koroby proolala tho wook of toy S9 to 

Jcmo 4 u8 Moabloa 'Joldlow -•<*, in California, and I 

nrgo all loyal oitiaoao to obnorro tho woak in rooosnition 

of tho oBtoua in Jhioh tHoao whd »»• snlf oring f«« «i«»^ 

iliUoB iaoarro.1 In tho .^rld .ox are hold in this stato. 

I forthor vgo that Bpooial oorriooB bo hold for tho dicab- 

lo<3 BOldiore snnday. %.7 ' »l that tho imbUo oooporato in find- 

lacj Mployaont for thOBO iho osa workj that dioablod DOldiora 

la tho honritolB bo rioitod durlag tho wook, and that 

toixMwtB bo arx&ngod' for thoir boaofit* 
XaXxmmM oo .xianis j^ -J ^^^ ^^ stophMB 

OoTozaer of Oelix oznia* 



§trtts of Crtllfornirt 



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A great disaster has fallen upon irueblo, Colorado. 
Hundreds have been drowned. Thousands are homeless and 
hungry. Help is needed. 

The Governor of Colorado has oalleo assistance. 

The response should be made quiokly and in mone;-. All who 
oan should give liberally. Let each co-rrr.unity contribute 
at once. 

California must not -orget the response made to 
her needs in 1906» 

■.7t.. D. Stephens 

CJovemor 



Dated: Sacramento, California, Jime 6, 1921. 



Proolamation. 



Whereas, California rloe is one of the finest 

oereal foods pro<iuoed for human oonsTunption, and 

Whereas, the more widespread use of rioe us food 

would oonduoe to the benefit of the oonauroer as 

a health measure, and would enoouruge one of 

California's greatest Industries, and 

Whereas, a serious oondition oonfronts the rice 

growers of California, due to the failure of the 

rice maricet, and 

Whereas, it will be of great benefit to the entire 

state to relieve the oondition thus existing, and 

to release the wealth tied up in the idle rioe crop 

of 1920, 

now therefore, I, ?'m. E. '^tephens. Governor of the 

State of California, having the welfare of the 

rioe industry at heart, do hereby proclaim Saturday, 

June 11, as California Rice Day, and appeal to the 

people of California to buy California rioe early 

and often* 

Wn* D. Stephens, 
Qovoruor* 



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Proclamation 






./liereas, June 14, 19:il, is the 144th anniversary 
of the creation of the national flag of the United 
States of ^erica, and 

.iTiereas, California stands second to no other state 
in reverencing the national emblem, which today occupies 
a more glorious position in the history of the world than 
ever before, due to America's unselfish sacrifices and 
mighty efforts for the preservation of liberty throughout 
the world, and 

.-Tiereas, the inculcation of love and respect for 
the flag is requisite to the building of good citizenship 

Kow therefore, I, M. D, Stephens, governor of the 
State of California, desiring to emphasize these prin- 
ciples, urge upon all citizens of California the observance 
of National Jilag Day, June 14th. 



".»'m, D. Stephens, 



'j-overnor. 



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PHOaL.';:ATioii, 



WIlRTtlA», th« Hew Voters !>«y Jav-. ttM Of th« Am rl«A« 
Lofioa hA5» propoMd that the oT«ning •! Jwly 4 b« dadiot;it«A la 
Oall ornia to t'>« holding o eonriooo la reoogaltloa 0/ th« 
attalnaont o oltl^^onahip by th« joiag aoa oad womb of tho t«to, 
Who J»Te Juat roaohod tholr aajority. aad by aatiirallsod Totoro 
of foreign birth, uil 

*H ■ AS, the nood of O'-.phaolKiag the iiaportftaae aad tho 
dignity of oltisoaohlp ia our r public war aoror noro Tital, 
¥00 aeB of the iaaidlotis propaganda or those ruAloal aKoaeloo, 
«il«li would braai. do«n and doatroy the fomi of fotp -aiieat vn^^^r 
•hloh this mtion hfvs att aiaod ito present wijeatio I portaaoo. aad 

^JP'-^Art it la pecall rly fitting t uat the blrt day of 
the natioa •) ouU be obr^anrod by the dodlontlon of new TOtero to 
tivo aerrioo of tha Country, 

I0-, T" --^.x^lS, I, W.U ->. sr r^,jir, Corcrnor of OallrY)rnl* 
hnnng at hoart tho onoour ^e^eat of patrlotle oltisonahlp aad 
loraty to the Tteltad ?t too of Aa rloa, do hereby aaJc that aU 
good oltl^oaa oaoour««o the hol^inj opoolal oorrlooe oa the 
•Tonlag of July 4th, 1921, to t.» ead that our ao» to torn »y 
reallro their full obi Vat Ion to this our o*a boloroA Republlo. 



OoTP nor. 



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r=iLED 

in the etficB of the Secretary of State 
Of Tfl£ STATE Of CALIfOSHIA 

JL'- - - 1921 



rRi'^^rcrjUFDANr 



By.:: 





•^TIULUITIITK OHDS?. IIC. 34 
( V/ith ?.egula tions ) 

FiJHiAnin:(j to .u:j!\iij!M v/eeyh 



The fact has been deterninGd by the Director of 
Agriculture tl:iat an insect injurious to alfalfa and otiier 
forage and cover crops, known as Alfalfa './eevil (Phytononus 
posticus, jyll.), nev; to and not heretofore prevalent or 
distributed in the State of California, e:iists in the states 
of Utali, Idaho and .7.7or.in-, aiid in certain counties in tho 
State of Colorado, to-v;it: Delta, (Juiinison and Ilontrose, 
and in certain counties in tiie State of i:evada, to-v;it: 
■.7i;ite Pino siid '/ashoo, aiid in a certain comity n tho State 
of Oregon, to-v;it: I'alheur, all of v.i.ich being hereinafter 
designated as infested territory, and that alfalfa hay and 
other j.ay and cereal strav;, alfalfa r.ieal, alfalfa seed, salt 
grass paCi:ing, baggage 
household ir..ple: 
live stoc];, potat( 
ing r.iaci:inery, and all riiciiinery, ir.plements, bags and other 
containers, thiat have been used in the milling, baling, }iar- 
vecting or threshing of alfalfa, railroad cars, autouobiles, 
automobile trailers, truchs and other veiiicles are liable to 
be carriers of said alfalfa v/eevil into territories othorv;ise 
free iro!. this pest; 

"C./, TirrLTi'C'g.g; , It is declared necessary, in order 
to prevent the introduction of said alfalfa weevil into the 
State of California, that a nviarantino be and tJie saue is 
hereby establisiied at the boraidaries of tiie State of Califor- 
nia, in accordance with the provisions of Section EGlCb of 
t:-e Political Code of the State of California, against said 
alfalfa weevil, all alfalfa l^y snd other liay and cereal 
straw, alfalfa neal, alfalfa seed, salt grass paching, bag- 
gage, emigrant uovaoles, hoi;sehold effects, household iriple- 
nents, cauping effects, capping i. plei.cnts, live 3toc>, 
potatoes, nursery stoc^:, used alfalfa ueal uilling machinery, 
and all nachinery, i::'.plei->ent3, bags and other containers, 
tiiat have bo3n used in the milling, baling, harvesting or 
threshing of alfalfa, railroad cars, autonobiles, a'ltoixbile 
trailers, truclis and other venicles frc said infestea ter- 
ritory except as hereinafter larovided. 

IGaUT..VfICII 1. Alfalfa hay and other hay and cereal 
straw and alfalfa neal that lias been grown, r.anufactured 
or stored in the said infested territory is hereby 



proliibited from enter in;7 the State oi California for any 
■Dur-Dose whatsoever, and u-oon the arrival of any such liay 
or strav; or aeal as quarantined against in this order, the 
saue Siiall be iir.i.Tediacely sent out of the 3tate or destroyed 
at the option and exijense of the owner or owners, nis or 
thoe ir resi^onsible aprents. 

■'']GUT. ITICi; 2. The naterial Imown locally in the State of 
Utah" as "salt .-rass pachinfr" simll be admitted into the State 
of Calif omia,~-nrovided tmt each shipnent of salt {rxasQ 
t5acl:in.- is accorn^ar.ied by an oi'ficial certificate sir-ned by 
the Crop Pest Insiiector of the State of UtaJi, settinjr forth 
that all ox the following reoulrei-^nts hare been coLiplied 
wit'i to-wit: ?liat the rmterial in the shipiaont was cut be- 
tween the dates of October 1 a:id .ipril 1; that the rahin^, 
shochin.7, stachini?, balinrr or shippin- of this material was 
not allowed until tlie !na:':i:.:u:^ daily tei.iperature o: Zi\q sea- 
son hiad fallen below si:cty de.vrees Fahrenheit, and that 
none of the material in tiie shipnent h^d been held^in the 
field fron one season to another. All Ehipr.ents of salt 
grass pa chin?!; from the State of Utah not accorapanied by 
certif leaves^ as iierewith ^ovided for, s;.all be refused 
admittance into the State of California, and the sar.ie sh^ll 
be ira:r.edlately sent out of the State or destroyed at the 
OT)tion and expense of the owner or owners, his or their 
responsible a^'ents. 

The use of such salt prass as a pacJilng naterial 
in shi-nments of fruits, croc.cery and other materials sr.all 
be T)orr.i-:ted orovided it Jais been cut and rei.ioved from the 
field between October 1 and .l'?ril 1, as above specified, and 
stored in warehouses ro:-ote frou alfalfa fields, alfalfa nay 
or other sueioectea ntiterials. 

..:;iLr. '.-.lo:: ^. An oificial certificate sij.med by the 
state inspection officer of the state in which potatoes 
oriiTinate' shall acconoany each shJ.rjr.ent of potatoes grown 
in or shJ-oxied froi.i the said infested territory into the 
State of California. Such, certificates smll establish the 
fact tiiat all potatoes in the s:.iTr:ent have been :».ssed over 
a screen intiediately prior to loading into car, placed in 
fresh clean sachs anu paciied in cars that are free froi.; al- 
falfa i-^y or other hay or cereal straw. All shi:t:.ents^ of 
r>otatoes froi:. saia infested territory not acco:.ipanied by 
certificates as herewith provided for siiall be reiusea ad- 
rJLttance into the State of California, and the 8ai:.e si:all 
be iiiuediately sent out of the State or destroyed at the 
option and Qxjenae of the ovmer or owners, his or their 
ros]30iisible agents. 



H3GUT. I'JiOi; 4. All nursory and ornanen^-al stoc: and othei' 
T5lants ir.ported or brou^^ht into the ;-itate of Calixomia .roc 
tre said invested territor;: nust be packed in fresi: Exiavin-s. 
e-cel£io- or other suitable pachiix^ (crccept tule, nay or _ 
str-^v) and oac}: shirrjent nust be accompanied o'j an o-^iicial 
certiilcate establishin,-- the lact t>-at - ■' oacha-e in tr.e^ 
shi-i^nont r^s been lurarated -or a per-! one nour -or al- 

falfa weevil in an airtight enclosure > -uent to oeinr 

boxed baled or -oaohed I'or shipnont, v; . cyanide oi potassiuL: 
or' •'odiui; at the rate of one ounce to each one hundrea cudic 



Ceet of s"oaco. 



All 



shi-x.ents of nui'sery and omanental stocl: 
o-nd other plants as enumerated in this refculation, not accoin- 
mnied by certificates as herev.ith irrovided for snaxi oe re- 
fused admittance into the :-:tate of California, and^all sucn 
sriT^r:ents shall be ii-ii.iediately sonx out of tne Gta.e or de_- ^ 
Etroyed at the option and ex^^enso of t:.e owner or ovmers. r.is 
or their resoonsiblo a -enter. 

"•~''sV'i.''lC". 5. -0 si.i );.iQii i* 0- i.u.L..e..o-L.. e__eGXj, . .' ■j.^.x- 
arrant novables. oriKinatinr in said infested territory shall 
be brou.-ht inti the State of Jalifornia o" any coLTi..on carrier 
person or r>ersons unless such shix^'.ent be accor-vuniea oy a 
svorn stater^nt ijide in d-vplioate oy the o';mer or slupper in 
accordance v.ith tne follavin- fon.-.s, on blan.:s -.vricn will oe 
-■'r.rnished to at>piicants by the inspection o--:icial oi -ne 
stats i-i ■.;rich's"ni'.xi8nt originates, one of such duplicates 
desirnated as Jop:/'i;o. 1 to bo railed to the Chief ;.uarantine 
Officer Je^>artr.:ent of A-ricult-oxo, Sacranento, Ca^i-ornia, 



and the other oi 



said duplicates desi:;nated as Copy llo.^ 2 to 
be delivered to the con::on carrier agent, '•■ith a specxal cer- 
tificate aooended, to attach to the way oiil: 



State of 
Count" of 



I hereby solennly svjear tj-^t I was present during 
the preparation for s?.i-x:ent of the household effects or 
emigrant movables which tiiis affidavit accor.oanies ; t:;at tne 
foods "..ere delivered to the 



(::onth, day, year) 



, at on 

i?.ailroad) (Station; 

constitutin.^ (less tMn) a carload .... 



(If carload write initials ajid car niuaber hero) 
.... to be shipped to 

(:;ane of consi.-'3iee) 



at 



(Destination) 



RSGUlA-IOi; 4. All nursory and ornanental stocl: and other 
plants imported or brourjht into the State of Calif onaia -rror: 
the said inies-jed territor:: nust be pached in freeJi shavings, 
excelsior or other suitable pacliiup: (crrceiot tule, hay or 
straw), and eaoi: shirnent nust be acconpanied by an official 
certificate establishin.T the fact t]^t each ■>acha£-e in the 
shitxient has been fumirated for a period of one hour for al- 
falfa weevil in an airtirh^ enclosure, subseruent to beinr 
boxed, baled or pached for shipment, with cyanide of potassiiiL: 
or sodiuxa at tlie rate of one ounce to each one hundred cubic 
foot of space. -.11 shipr..ents of nui't:ery and omanental stoch 
and other plants as enunerated in this reirulation, not accor.- 
pajiied by certificates as herev.ith 'provided for siiail be re- 
fused adr.iittance into the >;tate of California, and all such 
shipriients shall be iu;-jediately sent out of the 3tate or de- 
stroyed at the option and exijenso of tiie ov/nor or owners, his 
or tr.eir responsible a.-Tents. 



?3OTJIA'fI0i: 5. IIo shipjnent of household effects, cr eni- 
grant movables, ori.-jiiiatinp- in said iixfes'ied territory shall 
be brought into the State of California by any conn.on carrier, 
j)erson or persons unless such 



shipment be accor.::KXiied oy a 



sworn statenent mde in duplicate oy 
accordai:ce v.ith tiie follavin^ fon:.s, 
furnished to arjplicants b: 



the ovmer or shipper in 
on blanhs which will be 
;he inspection official of the 
state in -..'hich siiipuent ori^-inates, one of such duplicates 
designated as Jop^r ho. 1 to be railed to the Chief '.uarantine 
Officer, Je-^artnent of A^rriculture, Sacrauento, California, 
and tr^ other of said duplicates desi^iated as Copy yo. 2 to 
be delivered to the cocnon carrier ager^t , v.ith a special cer- 
tificate appended, to attach to ohe way bill: 



State of ) 

Coicity of ) 



I hereby solerjaly s'.7ear ti:at I was present during 
the preparation for shipnent of the household effects or 
er.i.7rant movables W:.ich tliis affidavit accoi.-oaiiies; tliat the 

foods '..ere delivered to the at on 

i?.ailroad) (Station) 

constituting (less tlian) a carload .... 

(::onth, day, year) 



(If carload write initials aiiu. car niuuber here) 
.... to be siiip:3ed to 

{ "•XL-.Q of consi "3ioe ' 



( Jostir.ation) 



'^' ' (-^ive* initials* of other linos) _^ . 

that no alfalfa seed, mirsory stoclc, ve-otaoles or fruio is 
included in the s^himont and ttot no nay, stra^v or -ain i. 
incl dod for -Dac-ing mteriiL or any ourooso crccop^ as ^ood 
noc^s^ry for* live^toc::.in ^-^^^"^ J<^ J^^ .1^^^]^ ^'""' 
line; tr.at tho shiT^.ent is r.::ae uo ox tne .ollowm, . 

1-ousehold a-oods, far:.: i:.iplonent3. tools, harness, 
fani v;a-ons, automobile ( dran a line ti;rou-h items no o m- 

cl-aaed), staiids of bees, live stoc: [^p^cif^) 

feed for aninals in transit 

( "TD'^ci^" -cinds and anorjit of each) 



(Shipper or ovmer) 



Subscribed and S":;om to before ne 
a notary Public, in ana for the 3tate of .... 



County of 



this day of 



( Hot ary publ ic ) 



:.'^' corxiiission oxim-es 



1'. 



The social certificate frou t}i8 owner or shipper 
to be appended to Copy ::o. 2 3}:all be in accordance v.ith one 
following forn: 

T rer-by arree to observe o^rplicitly the re .uire- 
rents of tro California uarantine Order lio. 54 v;ith regard 
to* ha- strav or Train ( incH'^ed as stoci: feed for use oexore 
reaching the California state line), ho-osohold and a^-Tricul- 
tural eriip-i^nt uovai^les and other L^terials, a:id hereby 
cert if V that I have nail©^ this d:Ly one copy of the forej-oing 



affidnrit to 



;he Ohiex uaran-tine Oificor, 'jo-^artnefnt of 



Afrricultui'2, aacranento, Calif ornia. 



(Sisnature) 



Ut)0Z1 tlB arrival at any comuon carrier station ox 
"Tiv shixiont'oi tho articles eniu.-.erated in tiais ro^iaation 
such shi^aent shall be held intact ur.til the Director oi _ 
lA'riculture his deriuty or deputies or the 3tate .uaras'tine 
C^Tiardian ol ' -ho district or coun-^y in which sf.ch shipment 
is received, iias been notified and a certificate of release 
issued. 

■^fiJ^l^ 'i"IOi: 6. It sh^ll be f.B duty of all cor-::.-:on carriers 
to clean and" free of alfalfa hay and other hay and cereal 
cf.'ov, all c^-^s tjiat Jiave been used for the transi-:orta::ion or 
iive"stoc::, or alfalfa hay and other hay and ceroal_ straw in 
or throu/^h aiiy 
sane enter the 



oart of the said infested territory 0G_cre 



3tate o:! 



California, 



ir^GlTAflOi: 7, 



Used alfalfa :^oal r.illin. 



other maciiinery and i;..pleuents tliat r^ve 



- :::achinery and 
sen used in the 



jalin-^-. nillinf- }--arvestinr or thres 



in~ of alfalfa will be 



adnitted into 



:tate oj 



alifornia fror. the said infected 



territorv only ui:)on comliance v.it:: the follovjinff re.^uire- 



nents: Persons conter:p 
-.e 3tate of California any of 



latinr the ir.iportin- or brini^inr into 



:e articles enumerated in 



tj-is rerulation shall first riiiie application to the Director 
~ V~riculture for a perir.it to do so, statin;: in the applies- 



01 

tion 



the name and address of the exporter 



which the shlixnent is to be nade , a description oi the 



scri": 



he locality from 



uicles for whlc;. a por:.ii 



is re 



;9a, 



■.e terr.iinal -ooint 



delivery ind the nai30 and address of the person in Cali- 

mia to v;hon the perr.it should be sent, .'jiy and all snip- 

^ts of such mchiner;- and ir.n:)lei:ients jieretofore enuricrated 



-ht into the 3tate of 



in this regulation in sorted or orour-n 
California under authority of permit i^-sued by the director 
of -•..•ric-alfai'e sliall have attached to each Siiiptient a cer- 
tificate 
."ron: v.i-.ich such shiaT.en 



si-med by the official entouolorist of the sta 



was i."._ae, 



^^ _ sjior/iric.- the nvunber of the 

pernit'to'inport and establishing-' the fact that all niachinery 
and i...-Dler.ents included in the shittiont j^re been cleaned and 



fa'^isated witl 



rdrocyanic acid r:as before beinj 



shiirlent. the date and place of funiration, and t 



loade 
acoun 



or 



« 


• • 




cjTinidQ used in the fumicaiion of the shi]xienx covered by the 
certificate. .'Jiy and all shi^ments of r.nchinery and/ or iij- 






plononts not acconioaniod o-j a certificate as provided for in 




this rec-iiilation shall be refused adnittance into the State of 




California, and upon the arrival of any such machinery and/ 




or inplenents without a certificate as "provided for, the sane 




sj-all bo ir.iiaediately sent out of the state at the e:cpense of 




the ov.'nor. consi-noe or aront. 



ICCrlT I'flO:: 8. -lutorr.obilas, autor/.obile trailers, trucks and 
other vehicles from the said infested territory arrivin.7 in 
Oalifor.iia shiall be placed in quarantine by the Director of 
Agriculture, his deputy or deputies, or oviarantine guardian 
of the district or county into v;hich such vehicle arrives 
until it lias been deterr.iined by inspection that the sane is 
free frou alfalfa weevil. 



]GUT._1:I0; 



3a.^£;a.r.e , ei.iif-rant novables, household ef- 



fects, household i...pler.ents , catipinj^ effects, canpin;" ir.ple- 
raents, used faming icplenents and other field appliaiices 
inporteu. or brought into tiio .'Jtate of California by other 
thiCn connon carrier transportation fron the said infested 
territory shall be placea in quarantine by the Director of 
Agric'.ilture , his deputy or deputies, or quarantine £-uardian 
of the district or ooivnty into which such articles are im- 
ported or brought until it has been determined by inspection 
that the same are free from alfalfa weevil. 



P^GLT.A'flClI 10. Alfalfa seed will be adr.-iitted into Cali- 
fornia from the said infested territory only when contained 
in bars or containers w..ich r^vo not bean previously used in 
tj;e carryin;^ of alfalfa products other than recleaned alfalfa 
seed. 



All deputies of the Director of A:;riculturo and all 
state quarantine guardians are hereby empov;ered to carry out 
all the Provisions of this order. 



This order supersedes Quarantine Order IIo, 31 issued 
November 14, 1918, and amendments ::umbers 1, Z and 5 to Quaran- 
tine Order ::o. 51 and shall tahe effect ijnrr.odiately. 



Approved: 




A r-ri culture. 



-<^ 



"Governor of tho^t^to 01 Cal ifornia. 



Issued: 



.6tlU-19Sl^ 



PFOCLAJUTIOI BY GOT^ilFHOF WM, 1). SIBPHSira 



Califtmla potato growers are ia n*«d of h«lp. 
Freight rates to the east shoiad be reduced and srexy effort 
is being made in that direction* 

Another way to help will be for Califbmla people 
to eat more potatoes. I therefore urge that reatfitixanta and 
hote3 8 increase the consnnption of potatoes b7 featuring them 
on their bills of fare, 

I also urge that everj faoilj hvj a sack of 
potatoes and continue to purchase them by the saok until the 
oxiating sitTaation iaproTes. 

It would be heltful if aerchants selling potatoes 
under present conditions would do 30 on Tery cloje margins. 

In order to seouie interest and cooperation of 
the people of this State I hereby designate Thursday, July Eatk, 
as POTATO DAT in California. Don»t forget to buy a aacJc of 
potatoes* 



Tilj-.o "iS 



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515 







y. 



??IKHBAS. by the passage of the 3weet act, approved 
.iuguat 8th. 1921, tne President ar.u Congress have provided 
meane for the speedy settlerr.eat of the hundreds of thous- 
ands of clair.i3 of our rit^tion's disabled ex-sert'ioe men and 
women who -were injured in defense of ..-n^rica in the ^reat 

War, and 

vytTPpEAS, the Veterans 3ureau comprising the United 
Stales Public -aKlth ervioe, the ?ederal i-Jourd for Voca- 
tional Oduaation and the bureau of V.^r -is4 InBi^rance, is 
now engaged in an effort to make amends for the Celay v.h.ioh 
has attended the settlement of the disability clRims of our 
ait 12 en defenders for over two and one half years since the 
signing of the r-iistice, and 

\l, the Veterans Bureeu tinder jireotor in chief, 
Jol. aharles .".. ^orbes and 1,1a jor Louis T. Grant, district 
manager of the 12th district, hns inaugurated a Cleanup 3am- 
pai%n in which tv-o groups of officers of the 3ureau are now 
touririg the :^.tate of California, Arizone a ^d Nevada as 
published in bulletins displayed in every nost office of 
this district, and 

^ TT^^^AS, These grouos have oeen given authority to 
act i-nneciat.ly upon the cases vhich may be prese-.ted in 
person to them by the disabled veterans; and, 

";?E3RILiS, a speci 1 effort -.vill ue made at the State 
aapitol on September 4th to 8th and at the Itate ?air, to 
render si^eedy justice to all disabled veterans who may 
present the-nselves -/rith honorable discharfos and such other 
affidavits as they may be able to procure, at that time be- 
fore the examining board; and 

"r"^""'iT, all ?ood citizens respect our government 
and honor o-or citizen defenders for the si^-nal service which 
they hp.ve rendered in the nation's hour of gravest peril; 
now, therefore 



y 



Pa£ 



I, Villism D. Step'.-.ens, "overnor of Oalifomia, do 
hereby call uoon the loyal and gratefiil citizens and upon 
all patriotic and v/elfare organi.iations of this -tate, to 
eoooerate to the fullest extout .i''-: t"-.8 Vet-^rans bureau 
even at the cost of ti'..e and oers^.nal sacrifice to seek 
out and bring before the officials of the ^uaeau no v; touring 
the State, all disabled ex-service men and v/omon who have 
not yet received the well deserved assistance ":;hich has been 
provided for their benefit 'v: t" -n.-jople of e rreatfiil nc-.tion. 

T'le press is specially tirged to give fullest possible 
•neasure of publicity to the efiorts of the federal 'Govern- 
ment thro\z,£rh the Vpterans 'iureuu. to speedily bind uri the 
wounds of those brave men and women vmose bodies were 
broken in the triximphant defense of o:ir beloved .-erica. 



MILOI DAT 

Throiighout th« length and breadth of 3«llfon&lA th« wmrj 
fin«it watornMlons and oantaloup** ar« grom* This jaar 
an untiBually l<irg« orop ha« been frown and now la ordor 
that all of thorn nay bo sold and •njoyod, I urgo orory 
lofr of the «utem«lon and oanteloapo of California to 
bdigr ooTcral of thorn both for poroonal onjoynont and to 
holp tho produoer* 

Lot 'a go baok to our ohUdhood for oao daj and oat laolonfl 
on Tadneadiij, Auguet IT, 1921, whloh I now proolala 
Ifelon }>a7« 

^» D« stophons, GoTomor. 



llH^lt AEAIi2i 



flrst anniTsraary of th« ateisaloa of tfa« *t*ta of Jalif orala 
lato th« '*BiOR, oni 

v^i '■ :', A4alosloa '>h7 tea been Aoclarod to bo a 
locnl hollAay la oMMoaoratloa of thla oMMUitaas eTont la t^o 
klotorjr of tho UoXAott %«to« anA 

ifT-^R^iAS. tbo gratofnl InlMUitantB of tkl« otato 
traoo all tbo blooolnira ani aohlefTonontB of onr »oi— onaoilth 
froai tho dato of hor aAaiooion Lato tko anion of Xhm statoo 

loo, theroforo, I« t D. tonhoaa, fOTomor of 
3flllfor«ia, ¥oli«Tia« it to bo a aaat praiao-wertliy owtoa 
to oboervo Ateitiaioa '^y, do ho.-ouy uitro all rosldoata of 
Oaliforaia to joia la ool«bratlae this hiotorio day. I 
borob/ oall mpoa all atato dopartvieata to obaanro tbia 
iMlUay, %M ta flj tlio flag of tho Uaitod Ptotaa on 
pablio b« lid tug a* 



<*OT«riior 



Proclamation, 



Vaiereaa, Saturday. September, 17, 1921, is the 134th anni- 
versary of the signing of the Goustitutioa of the United States, 

and 

./hereas, the deveiopment of the greatest republic in all 
history, the United States of Anerica, owes its inception to 
the adoption of a constitutional government assuring to all its 
citizens justice and liberty under the law, and 

Whereas, the people of America through their heroic sac- 
rifices iSd vllo?f reicSdicated themselves to the principles laid 
do-.vn by the i^thers of the .^public in the Constitution , and 

.Thereas, the nations of the world that do not enjoy the 
blessings of a cons ti tit ional governnent are torn by unrest and 

violence , 

Novi therefore, I , ,:m. D. Stephens, governor of California, 
believing that the agencies of unrest and violence can best be 
combatted oy a nation-wide emphasis of the great grnt blessings that 
are guaranteed to all citizens of the United States toct by the 
Constitution, do hereby proclaim Saturday , September 17, 1921, 
as Constitution Day in California, and appeal to all citizens 
to observe the occasion by public meetings, instroctions in the 
schools, churches and other gathering places , aniTydisseminatLon in 
the public press of information in regard to the Constitution. 



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QUAR.-UfTIIJS 0HD3B NO. £7 

There being no further need for the main- 
tenance of Quarantine Order No. 27 the same is 
hereby revoked. 



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Aii3ira:.:iir? no. i to QUAP.ANTirra otdsr no. 34 

Pertaining to Alfalfa Weevil 



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th^ -n^,. +'^^® following facte have been determined by 
the Director of Agrioulture, to-wit: 

The County of Storey, State of Nevada beine 

NL?.^°'%r°f^^^^y ^° ^^« °°^^y °^ Washoe. State of^ 
Nevada, the importation of possible carriers of the 
al.alfa weevil (Phytonomus posticus. Gyll.) from the 
County of Storey. State of Nevada, int? the Sta?e o? 
California may result in the introduction of said al- 

nia ' Sr'thif^'r^"^' posticus. Gyll.) intolalfior- 
nia, And. that, the m.ovement of alfalfa hay and oth«r 

Gvll')''?.^ t?' ^^^J^^ ^^^^^^ (Phytonomus^oJ?icSs 
Gyll.) from the County of -.Vashoe. State of Nevada into 
the Co-onty of Ormsby. State of Nevada renderlthe 
importation of possible carriers of the alf Ilia Seevil 
(Phytonomus posticus. Gyll.) from the CoSntv o? Smlbv 

gerouB? ''^^' '^'° '^" ''"'^ °' California eqSSiy^dan- 

ord«r to /°'k ^^2-^"^^-^^. it ia declared necessary in 
order to further prevent the introduction of the aifJi%« 

cL'Ifornfa^Vrir^'/^.v^^' ^^^^'^ into'the s^atf oT'" 
bS fSr?h in S ^1-°^ o^^ provisions and reauirements 
JJnTv !^ ° Quarantine Order No. 54 be hereby made to 

?AfLt^Lt^^^^-^f "^^^^'^ ^^^^-^^ °^^-^«. to ^11 parts 
0. that territory known as the County of Storev Stat^ nf 

CoSt?'o?"n *\^^^P^^ts Of that territory Sow. lltL 
County of Ormsby. State of Nevada, in addition to and in- 
arderio! §4!'^''' ^^^ counties set forth in ^ul^aSine 



Quarantine Order No. 34 is amended accordingly. 



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Approved; AJ .it 30' 1^2 ( 



!)irector or Agriculture 



iiovornor of>he State of flaliforni 



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1921 




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QUAHAIJTINS OHDEH NO. 36 
Pertaining to White Pine Blister Hust 



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The fact 
Agricj-.ilture that a 
white pine hlister 
and not heretofore 
California, exists 
and tha.t five-leafed pine trees 
plants (Hibes and Grossularia) , 
this disease. 



has been det9rmined by the Director of 
dangerous plant diseise knovm as the 
rust (Periderraium strobi Kleb.), nev; to 
orevalent or distributed in the State of 
in several states of the United States, 
and currant and gooseberry 
are kr.own to be carriers of 



HOW, TEi3HS?0H3 , it is declared necessary, in order 
to prevent the introduction of the white pine blister rust 
(Peridormiun strobi Illeb.) into Giliforr.ia, that a quarantine 
be and the sa-se is hereby established at the boundaries of 
the State of California, in accordance with the provisions 
of Section cZlSt of the Political Code of the State of 
California, against all five-leafed pine trees, and all 
species and varieties of currant and gooseberry plants and 
cuttings imported or brought from any and all states and 
districts e ast of and including the states of :!innesota, 
Iowa, '.!iS£ouri, Arka-nsas and Louisiana, and r.o five-leafed 
pine tree, or currant or gooseberry pi mt or cutting shall 
be permitted to piss over the said quarantine lines so 
hereby established and proclai-ned. 

Any and all five-leafed pine trees and currant 
and gooseb^rry plants an-, cuttings arriving in ■California 
from any state or district east of and including the states 
of :.!inr.esota, Iowa, "issouri, Arkansas and Louisiina shall 
be refused ad.-!iittance into the State of California and shall 
be iinediately sent out of the State or destroyed at the 
option and expense of the owner or owners, his or their re- 
sponsible agents. All deouties of the Chief Qu^r-intine 
Officer, State Department of .Igrioulture and all State 
Quarantine Suardians are hereby empowered to enforce all the 
provisions of this order. 



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Order No. 30, 
*°ct immeii -tely. 



This order supersedes Quarantine 
U9d February 1, 1917, and shall taie/ef 

Director of Agriculture 
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Governor of thr' State of California 



QUAHAIJTINE 0HD3H NO. 36 
Pertaining to Whjte Pine Blister Rust 



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The fact has been determined hy the Director of 
Agriculture that a dangerous plj,nt disease known as the 
white pine blister rust (Periderrnium strobi Kleb,), new to 
and not heretofore crevalent or distributed in the State of 
California, exists in several states of the United States, 
and that five-leafed pine trees, and currant and gooseberry- 
plants (3^ibes and Grossularia) , are kr.own to be carriers of 
this disease. 

HOW, THi:HS?OHE, it is declared necessary, in order 
to prevent the introduction of the white pine blister rust 
(Peridermiun strobi Illeb.) into Ciliforr.ia, that a quarantine 
be and the sa-tie is hereby established at the boundaries of 
the State of Oalifornia, in accordance with the crovisions 
of Section £.'!19b of the Political Code of the State of 
California, against all five-leafed pine trees, and all 
species and varieties of currant and gooseberry plants and 
cuttings i-Tiported or brought from any and all states and 
districts e ast of and including the states of "innesota, 
Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana, and r.o five-leafed 
pine tree, or currant or gooseberry pi int or cutting shall 
be permitted to pise over the said quarantine lines so 
hereby established and proclai-ned. 

Any and all five-leafed pine trees and currant 
and goot;ebprry plants an: cuttings arriving in California 
from any state or district east of and including the states 
of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Ariinnsas and Louisi ma shall 
be refused adniittance into the State of California and shall 
be inneiiately sent out of the State or destroyed at the 
option and expense of the owner or owners, his or their re- 
sponsible agents. All decuties of the Chief Quarantine 
Officer, State Departnient of Agriculture and all State 
Quarantine Suardians are hereby empowered to enforce all the 
crovisions of this order. 



issued 



This order supersedes Quarantine Order No. 30, 
February 1, 1917, and shall tatke/ effect im-.eii ^tely. 



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/effect im-eii^tely. 
Director of Agric;:lture 



Approved 



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QUA3-UJTIK3 0HT>3!? NO. 35 
(With Regulations) 

P3HTAi:;i!'G TO S\T3ET POTATO '.V33VIL 



The fact has iDeen determined hy the Director of 
ACTiculture 'that an insect in;;uri;us to sweet potato tubers 
and sweet potato plants known is the sweet potato weevil 
(bylas formicirius, :'ah.) . new to and not heretofore preva- 
lent or distributed in the State of CJ-.lifornia exists in_ 
the states of Florida, Texas and Louisiana, and in cert.m 
counties in the State of Mississippi . to-wit; Jackson, 
Farrison, Hancock, Pearl River, Pike and Amite, and in a 
certain county in the State of Georgia, to-wit; Oharlton. 
ail of which being hereinafter referred to as infested 
teri-ito-y and that sweet rotato tubers (Iponoea batatas), 
and oarts'thereof and sweet potato plants, vines cuttings 
d-aws and elites, and norning glories (Ipo-ioea and Convo^vjl- 
vus 3pp.) and^yaras (Dioscorea 3p?.) are liable to be car- 
riers of said sweet potato weevil into districts otnerwise 
free from said weevil. 

IIO'.V '^- 2^3''"' ORE , it iB .declared necesfary, in 
order to orevenrthe introduction of said sweet potato wee- 
vil into *0 :ifornia, that a quarantine be and the sar.e is 
hereby establiPhed at the bour-..ries of the 3ta .e of^ali.or- 
ria in accordance with the provir-ions of Section 2315b of 
the Politic ,1 Code of the State of California against the 
said sweet potato weevil (Cylas fornicirius, ?ab.), sweet 
potato tubers (Iponoea br.tatas) and c irts thereof, sweet 
DOt&to t)l..nts, vines, cuttings, draws, and slips, and 
^or'-ing* glories (Ipomoea and Convolvu" vus, Spp.) and yar.s 
(Dioscorea Spr.) from all states and diftricts of the Uni- 
ted States except as hereinafter provided: 

?. iG.lATICi: 1. Sweet potato tubers (Ipomoea 
batatas) and rarts thereof, sweet potato plants, 
vines, cuttings, draws, and slips, und corning 
lories (Ipor.oea and Convolvulvus , Spp.) and yams 
Dicsccrea Spp.) that have been grov.x, oacked or 
stored in the said infested territory are hereby 
nrohibited entry into C-lifornia for anj- purpose 
whatsoever and anj- such articles as prohibited entry 
in t:.i8 regulation arriving in California from the 
said infested territory enall be iTtrediately sent 
out of the state or destroyed at the option and ax- 
cense of the ov.xer or owners, his or their respon- 
sible agents. 



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33GUIATI0K 2. Sweet potato tuters, (Iponoea 
batatas) and parte thereof, and sweet potato plants, 
vinee, cuttinge, draws and slips, and yams (Dioseoree 
Spp.) that h ive not heen grov.'n, packed or stored in 
the said infested territory will be admitted into 
California only ucon corapli-nce v.ith the following 
conditions : 



3ach and every shipment of material admissahle 
under this regail<.tion shall "bear an of^ioi'il certifi- 
cate signed by the duly authorized int-pection official 
of the state in v/h'ch shipment originates establishing 
the fact thjit all the material contained in the ship- 
ment was grov/n, uacked and stored in a district free 
from sv.-eot potato weevil. Such certificate shall state 
the number of pack-iges in the shiiment, 7/here grovm, 
the name and address of the grower, the narre and ad- 
dresE of the shipper, the point of shipm.ent, the 
terminal point of delivery and the name and address 
of consignee. A copy of such certificate sha.ll be 
mailed by shipper, in advance of shipment, to the 
Chief Quarantine Officer, State Depirtm.ent of Agricul- 
ture, Sacramento, California. Any and all shlpm.ents 
of the articles enumerated in this regn:lation arriving 
in California v^lthout the certificate as provided for 
shall be im- ediately sent out of the state or destroyed 
at the option and expense of the ov/ner or owners, his 
or their resroneible ag-^nts. 

All deputies of the Chief Quarantine Officer, 
State Department of Agriculture, and all State Quaran- 
tine Gujrdians are he.-eby eni.. o; ered to enforce all the 
provisions of this order. 



This order is effective immediately. 



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Approved :_J\>J^_2-2r. "^ ^' ^ 



Director of Agriculture 



Governor of Jbfie State of Calif 



orraa 



Issued 



Proolamation. 



'Vhereas, the loss of life and prooerty due to fire 
throughout the country eaoh year amounts to staggering fi 
figures, and in 1920 alon^ resulted in the loss of 15,000 
lives and the destruction of "•EOO, 000.00 in nroperty, 
and 

Whereas, a nation-wide campaign is being made by the 
National board of Fire Underwriters and the International 
Association of Fire ISngineers to reduce this enottmous 
drain upon the life and resources of the nationa, and 
'"hereas, ;the governors of nil states have been 
requested to cooperate in this campaign of conservation 
against fire loss, by setting aside one d ly in October 
as National Fire Prevention Day, to the and that the 
public may bo educated to prevent fires, and to eliminate 
fire hazards in the home and in their places of business. 

Now therefore, I iVm. D. Stephens, governor of 
California, believing that California should joint most 
heartily in such a praiseworthy enterprise, do hereby 
ie: ignate Monday, October 10, 1921, as National Fire 

r-vention Day in California, and I uiige all citizens of 
G lifornia to take an active interest in maJcing that da^ 
effective by a general clean-up of all fire hazards and 
"-.-^ ' - , and I urge all owners of property, employers 

ua so?.L/c»l officials to join in observing the day. 



§trttf Of CrtUfarnlrt 

iiTL^i,iiiuJ. , the aasjcitition -^f cooaarciai secret -rie- ^i 
Califura..^, i*ojprc3euti.U5' t..^ huaarea Gaiiiorni.. Ci.ti.e?., h .9 
^jrjp.aed that a duy jc set aaiue t, be i<ujwn v,^ California 
Invitut Ljii uay v;hea aii xoy i Uiuif jr^.ians :ji.y join In iriv^t- 
iQfi resi...c..its of uther st>.tc.; tj o.ae tj Or^lifoi.'ii- ui..; en^' .»y 
the .. jn-erfiiU. acivaot .^3 jf cii3L.te .-aa iroductiju of thi.3 
fayjred stv^te, ^au 

T.Ilii\2.'.3, t'l Ln£;ug'..r,,wi.oa 01 t'ii': day _- st ye^i" result- 
ed in gre -t jvaeiit t ■ the ..t-tt of Oaiifo.ai .; 

MJh, TtUm^j^aL, I, alLLIAU U. 3i'£ H-^Nd, G:)veni3r of 
the ^t tc of G-li.r:j nla, beUcvin; tli->t ^re \ j-d oaa be -c- 
conipiishcd 6 a oenxi i i.-itattoa t. t.c citizens dl other 
st .tes to cj.ie t.; Caliij.wla, d^ hereoy nroclai/n .ednenaay, 
Octouer U, hj'd.:. tx- CA.,ii!^jr>.:iA U'lfLTiXi DAY, a:; I hereoy 
ur^e aix GaiLi ji.ia.;.r. t. ..lU t, rei.ti»e3, friends, auu ac- 
ijuaiatauoes ii^fias Juts.ae jf Lie ^t tc, a aei^oripiioa of the 
opp-u'tunities ana ady^atages of r'-stue .ce lu Oaiiforaia and to 
jxtea.. t^ tnr.jii . cjrd^.., , i..i. it-tton L^ ..i .^.t, v,..cii' ..j.ne^ m the 
joldei ^t-te. I uisj appe.d tj nil as..spa^^6rs m Caxi.. j^jExua to 
la.jjit tilt cai-ap..i{;a of letter .ric.n^, -utl tj puci-sh editor ai 
..Gtser- sottta; f.jth the .:tti':.ct .j-s jf Ja.i.^.ax^, a. a st^ui- 
iiiua tj t.i .. j.'^.u^a"o t. vj.o^jt.x' t^. in t .^s ^ r.. ^ .c. -/tny raove- 
iient. 



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Proclaoation. 



In grateful remembrance of the extraordinary service 
rendered to our country by t1nrtTrsnrirti^ A B»iit i «riH X» 

Theodore Hooseveltr I desire to remind the people of 
California that Thursday, October ^7, 1921, will 
be the 63rd anniversary of the birth of that great 
American.^ therefore urge that in the schools and 



day the.„ lesson tauf^ , 

fT i [ ■ lIlz» Tl5^ip be em-l ' 



by Theodore Roosevelt's t^ 

phasized to the end that the citii-^nship of America 

may be inspired by the ideals that guided his career. 



In oomraeraorat Ion O 
In the crv.iti orld nr, 
yrldry, -JOVe-nber 11, 19 
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p:^ouxjai\'.'iO!i« 



" the temln-tlon of hoBtllttloe 
I he»"et)y prooluin 'I'T"" I."'. "'.Y, 
1, to be ft leg»»l holWny In 



\oa I nak 'ill people ■7lthln the otate on that dft.y« 
to Join our soldiers, Hilore myj ra- rlnna In thflr v.'i,riou8 
proprn^iH for oelei»r' t Ln^t the aloplng of the most destruo- 
ttTG ar the world haa over ijiov.n. 

A nation's trl>>ute to O'lr anJcnovTi soldier doad will be 
Da Id In the oere-aonifls rttenfllnj. the burinl nt nBhlm?'. on, 

"". '.. on :rTl8tloe ") y of an unidont I "lo . ^1Qnrlaan ^oro 

who on ft biittlftfiold In FrKnoo, e-'iTe all he h' d for hla fla£ 

lind oom*ry» 

^y renueat of tho «rei^4A«nt of th« Jnlted tstos eTory 
pornon should stand unoovored and rovo^-ently fron ll:i»d to 
I?, o'o? jol: noon on r'liatioe '^txy in honor of those rrho p'.ve 
tholr llT«a th't liberty mlKht live. 

In our observnnoo of this dr.y I trust th/it nil .'111 
rG^(*^'bor the c^aorifiocs -aaao '.jy our own hero sonn fin5 nny to 
then thc! honor thtit In aua. Let uf filao Rooord Tull -ne; aure 
of roapcot to the .ur yothors onti thc fithers '-ti'l other loTod 
ones or soldiers rrho fell In the War for theirs in h «on- 
tlnulnf saorlfloc. 

let us Join In the ?7orld->7lde p^^yer of w r b'.irden*d 
bwafoiity, th.t those pntherlnp In the "nsRrmanient :on.'erenoe 
Hhnll be .cjtu.tfld anl puldod in -11 their deliber'tlons 
und uonolUBions, by the rlshes nd hopes of 11 inrvn>:ind 
that wnr sh- 11 up oanlahed snd tho t.: nuf'icture o" imple^nnt* 
and raunitlonn o^ war sh 11 oem^e. Let uh prr.y uf~ nrvor 
bofora thnt the .-ow6'*b of the orlJ eh .11 set out in fa n«w 
stride of penoe and of hUTinlzed oItIIIsr* ion. 



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hereunto sot my hend and 
OHiiPefl thfi "r«^H* e^' o ;' 
the ot&te of Jftlifornia 
to be Qf iTfd this Slat 
iajr of Ootober, 1921* 



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.7 our o-.vn hero sons 
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11 their delioerat ions 



ana .iiunitioriS oi .;ar ' 
before th t the x0v;er. 



- --.3 oi all 

.-ifaaturc; 
juet us pray 
shall set o-x 



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stride o..' peace and 01 humanized civilicsition. 



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lat&e offlcBof the f ecrettry of 8t»t* 

Of THi: BTATi or i\'LiroMIA 
i'.c V : t) 1921 




Br .CrSi 



PBCOIAUATIOH THAT TBS )AUFCBnA ISDr.THIAI 
,iBM FOR «ES I- BEill'f TOS THS AlWbSIOB 
OF 'TO1.EH TIEH3T0. 

raSBEAS. th. Director of th. Kepart^nt 
,, XnstU.Uons o. t.e .t.te of .aXifcn^ia .as o.rtUl.* 
»o «e t^t th. California Xn.u.trlal .ar. for .o^en 
IB now ready for th. ad.uelon of -o..n th.r.to. 
p,„.a.t to th. provisions of Chapter on. h.n.r.d 
si.ty-flv.. .tat^tee of California nln.t..n h^idr.d 

and nineteen; and 

WHEREAS, said Chapter one hundred elxty- 
nve requires the aoverncr to proclaim t^ fact of 
the readiness of said inst^tion for l^e admission 
of women thereto, upon receipt of the certificate 

* ^ .^ tfe Department of Institxitions 
of the Director of tte uepar 

to that effect; 

WOW. THERSFCHS, I. William D. btephene. 

* .h. :.tate of Jalifornla. by virtiie of 
Governor of the ota^e oi 

A «.thority in me vested hy law do here- 
the power and atsthorixy lu 

,, proclaim t.at th, California Industrial rar« for 
woman. looat.d In .ono-a County. California. 1. 
„ady for th. admission of -~n th.r.to. s.h3«t 
to ..ch prop.r rcl.s as have or may h. adopt.d hy 
th. ulr.otor of th. D.part»nt of Instltutlone of 
tb. .tat. of California »id th. .tat.t.s of th. 
:itat, of California applloable th.reto, 



Jovernoroi 
California, 



t i»e ijtati 

Dated at iiacran»ento„ ^y^^/e^^ 4-^"^ 
California this Z^^ 



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In I dooltrnd *rT»li»tloo tiy • noTt -nbi.r llth, I-'' I, 



to bn '1 lor 1 holld>^7 In Ji'.llfomlR, » i*nln» to onll 



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11 piibj lo find uhtirob boiiii 'oi* <*lito«n 



nlnutoB nnd nlpo lor tro nlniitor o rllf-rit thf«niL8« 

The treBldwnte Buffoetlon i«c:'rric th^t thee«* 
••re^onlos Bh 11 thk« pIoo« «t thn iin-nw it»om«*nt, H iv r 



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Prool'iiB :tion 



ir» RR , t'>e olflo UTl.'lon of th« moriOMi ied 
Oroas will hoia ItP fifth nnnu 1 Hed Jroim ^oU C .11 La 
ll^oml d iririf th« period from iove-nber luth to 
Borenbnr 4th, nd 

WW :a'^ , "11 true ', llTo tii n.^ romeibnr -^Ith 
ndmlr tlon tho pr« t ork dona by tho r-i To. e during 
%h6 orld nr and t i od of re-oonptruotlon folio Irv , 

and de^^iro t o oontinu; noo of t; « otlTltlo: of thi - 
•plvndld oil nl'^ tion d<rrinf t Iimb of pe* o«, 

H'j T' r:K.)H«, I ., 0, T !•; iL , ^oromor of 
llfornl'. , h vln^ in ralnd tho brill I nt reoord of Xhm 
Aaorlo n ^ad Jron* • nd bollaviri, th t every oltlzen 
■honlt^ loin In t> « ^oric, do horoby prool im und y, 
Bore^ber U, 19' 1, t' o op^nln^ 4* y of the HoU Oj.11, «■ 
Rod Croup and- y In C 11 ornln, nnd I ttt>-e ^ faner^.! 
obi'OrT'noe theraof* 

« D* ''terihanit 

novirnor of G lifomln 



i&trttf of Crtltfornta 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEHEAS, H01I0RA3L2 WAHREW G. HARDniG, President of the 
United States, has proolaimed I'hursday the r_4th day of 
Eoveaber, 19k;l, as Thanksgiving Day, and 

WHEREAS, it devolves upon me as Governor of the State of 
California to proolaim that day a legal holiday and to urge 
the people of California to join in the nation-w^^.e observance 
of a day of thanksgiving for the great benefits conferred 
during the present year upon the State and the Nation^ and 

WHEREAS, the citizens of California have good reason 
for thanksgiving because of the prosperity and peace that 
have been given to this State as the reward of the industry 
and patriotism of our people; and because the ^uture holas 
promise ot uninterrupted growth and prosperity, 

NOW TEERSPORE, I, Win. D. STSPffiiNS, Governor of the State 
of California, in deep gratitude to Almighty God, do proclaim 
Thursday, Noveirber t;4th, to be a legal holiday and urge all 
citizens to observe the day in a befitting manner. 



US WITNESS WH3RS0P I HAVE 
HERSUNTC SET MY HAND AND 
CAUSED THE GREAT SEAL Or THE 
STATE OP CALIFORNIA TO BE 
AFFIXED THIS 8th BAY OF 
NOVELBER, 1921. 







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jecratfe^y of State 



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[DA-S^J 



PROCLAMATIOH 
WHEREAS, HONORABLE WIRR'.N G. HARDING, President of the 
United States has proolAlmed Thureday the 24th day of 
November, 1921, as Thanksgiving Day, and 
WHEREAS, it ji^i^iiiA^'as Governor of the State of 
California to proolaim that day a legal holiday and 
to urge the people of California to join in the nation- 
wide observance of a day of thanksgiving for the great 
benefits conferred during the present year upon the 
State and the Nation, and, 

WHEREAS, the citizens of California have good reason 
for thanksgiving because of the prosperity and peace 
that have been given to this State as the reward of the 
industry and patriotism of our people; and because the 
future holds promise of uninterrupted growth and 

prosperity, 

NOW THEREFORE, I. Wm. D. STEPHENS, Governor of the State 
of California, in deep gratitude to Almighty God. do 
proclaim Thursday, November 24th, t o be a legal holiday 
and urge all citizens to observe the day in a befitting 

manner* 

IN WITNESS, etc. 



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P R G L A IJ A T I N. 



./HirLii'ii), the federal Bureau of ilducatioa in 
cooperation with the Ajaerican Le^^ion and the National 
jiducation Association is planning for the Nation-wide 
observance for AliiiilQAIi jiilJOATlON ,fjL£K, Decemoer 3rd to 
9th iaCi-usive, ana the Honorable ..'arren G. Harding, Presi- 
dent of the United States has ■ i i Q ii i fi ml l<iH iii tt ftt i on t i 
issu^a proclamation urging /syarious dtates and TemtorLes 
to join in the general observance of this ./eek, and 

.■/liAiLiAS, it is of the utmost importance to the 
welfare of California and the Nation at large that those 
phases of education relating to Americanism, citizenship, 
patriotism, the nee^of teachers and schools, the problem 
of illiteracy, equality of educational opportunity, hygiene 
and physical education be especially emphasized at this 
time, and 

.ffliR^S, the observance of Aliii^ICill^' EIAJGATION 
u^ijL'A in California in 19idl was conducive of excellent re- 
sults in the quickening of the public interest in education- 
al matters and particularly matters affecting education in 
Americanism and citizenship, 

NO./ THi.-iM?X).%jJl, I, .<Li. D. STiPHiiUS, Governor of 
California, desiring to emphasize the public responsibility 
toward matters of education and the teaching of Americanism, 
do hereby proclaim December 3rd to 9th inclusive, ALLcii^ICAlI 
EDUGAnOlJ .ftSK in California, and I do hereby urge all edu- 
cational agencies, all civic and business organizations, the 
PresB and the Pulpit in California to ooserve ALliiBICAlI iiUJGA- 
TIOU .EiiK by proper exercises, publication, and public addresses. 



Cjovernor of California. 



PROCLAI-iATION 



.VHSREAS, the national organization of the 
Disabled .American Veterans of the .t'orld >.ar, is 
planning a oountry-wide canvass for fxinds to assist 
its members, and to place the national and looal 
chapters of the association on a sound basis, and 

WHEREAS, the need of many of the wounded and 
disabled veterans of the World War warrants the most 
generous response of a people grateful for the 
sacrifices and sufferings of these worthy men, and 

HSREAS, Saturday, December 17, 1921, has been 
designated as ror-Get-l«ie-Kot Day by the Disabled 
Veterans of the '.Vorld War, and funds will be collected 
for relief on that day, 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, m. D. STKPHi^NS, Governor of 
the otate of California, in gratefiJ. appreciation of 
the heroism of the disabled veterans, do hereby pro- 
claim Saturday, December 17th, 1S21, as itor-iiet-I.'.e-Not 
Day in California. 



Kot« - To be releoijcd when President iiarding'e Proolamstion 
l8 released. -F. 

PBOCLAMAllOfl. 

Whereas, the ]3ation»ii Eduoation At'eoointion and the 
Amerioan Legion, hfive Joined in a nation-wide request that 
December 4th to 10th be observed as "Amerioan Eduoation Week' 
and. 

Whereas, it is proporpd ti. devote this period to 
emphaeizing tnt greHt value of eduofitlon in building good 
oitizenehip, and inculorxting eturdy Amf;rioanism among the 
children of the ct antry, and 

Wherenr, epocial attenticn i;- to Lo . iven to the 
teaching of what ni&J'ef a froo5 -^merioan to the native-bom 
recently attained to citizenship, aiA the immigrante who 
have recently been admitted to cit isene^hi. , but who are 
comparatively ttrangere to Americ^.n ideals and American 
patrlotiBEa, and 

Wnereae, oar dletinpr-iished lender, Warren C. Harding, 
Preside: t of tr.e Jnited State, , his indorsed the objects 
of America; Sdacation .'.eek, ana hat urged Its n'itional 
observance, 

liow, therefore, I, Wn. D. Stepherr, Governor of 
California, desiring to encourage education in American 
citizenship end patriotism, do hereby proolaia I/econber 4th _. 
to 10th as American Eduoation Wee^ in California, and urge 
Its general observance in confonnity r.ith the plans of the 
Amerioaxi Eduoation Association ,and the American Legion. 






P -^ G L A M A T I N, 



WKSRSAS, the Kear Sast Relief, a semi -public or- 
ganization incorporated by Aot of Congress, formerly known 
as the Araerioan Clommittee for Armenian and Syrian Relief 
is attempting to ameliorate the conditions of the survivors 
of the destruction of Smyrna, and 

"/HSHSAS, >he heart of California has been stirred 
to its depths by this regrettable tragedy which has shocked 
the 'Vorld, and rill respond generously to the appeal for 
funds to alleviate the suffering of the victims of this dis- 
aster, 

NOW TTreREP0R!5, T, WI.I. D. STSPTT'iTS, Governor of 
California, do hereby appeal to all citizens of California 
to responi according to their means, to the appeal for aid for 
these stricken people and 1 do hereby urge that all aitizens 
forward their donations to the Hear 3ast Relief, 333 Llills 
Building, San Francisco. Let it be the sacred duty of every 
citizen without regard to race, creed, or color, to aid in 
the fullest extent possible in salvaging these suffering men, 
women and children from the perils of famine, disease, and 
privation^ 




Governor of California 



ClBaeecittttie 5cvartnieut 

^ttttc of QLalifornia 



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iilIciHu^, a :;atioa--.viae cai-apaioQ is oeiag \7a{jed 
to reduce the aortalit^/ iroa tuoercalosis and this 
oarapaign was mstriuaeatal last year in saving thou- 
sands of lives, and 

■.ilLuijJuj, the organizations oehind this Ilation- 
wide aove.-.ient have raised the funds necessary to carry 
on this aost praiseworthy work of huaanity, naaely, the 
caring for ana curing tuberculosis patients, and con- 
ducting educational '.vork to prevent the spread of this 
disease, through the sale of Ghristaas ieals, 

NO. 7 THDHU^OHIl, I do :iost heartily endorse this 
great aoveaent and urge all loyal Galifomians to ouy 
and to use the Ghristmas oeals, thereoy perforaing a 
patriotic ana charitaole auty. 



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PROGLAUATION — 



iTH^HiiAi, the wee I: of Januai-y 17th to Janaa.-y E4th,19^, 
has beeu design. ted as l.atunai ihriit .('eek under t e aus:nGes 
of the louaj _.en's JhrLstian Association, and 

I'ftLiiliiuS, t'.is ajst helpful and ti.ieiy ajveaent in the 
interest oi the restoration of njx'.aal iadnstry throughout the 
United otates ha^j rece^vca the support of t:ie united itates 
i'reasary ana all lea-^mg business, civic and educational or£jan- 
izatijns throughout the united states, and 

iVK^L:lAo, the indication of a spirit of thrift ana economy 
in the jinds oi t.ie people of our liation ana especially the 
young people, is an effort deservm,; the whole hearted coopera- 
tion of all agencies havinj at heart the :ielUre and the pros- 
perity of our country, ir. the promotion of norv.al proda::tion, 
steaay employment ana the combating of unrest among the people 
of ijaerica, and 

'SHiRclAS, the program of National I'hrift .ieek ha^ been 
esoecially devised t) foster all ther.e econo.rac benefits, 

NJ.7, rH^uj'j-ui, I. .LI. D. 3TiPH^:;3, Governor of 11^ ik ili 
M California t^ hereby appeal to all officiais of tie atate 
ana of the various counties and -ities ana the educational au- 
t.iorities oi t .e Jt^te us well as all ci.ic, commercial and re- 
ligious organuations to cjoper--e heart .ly in the ooservu.ice 
of i'hrift .,eek and to give ail the assistance possible to the 
ioua-^en«3 v;u istiau ..ssoc^at-.n i- cj::c;uctiag the ca .paign. 



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BUREAU or PLAKT ODARAMTIHl 
LIS A STRONG. CmibF 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

H HBCKB, DIRBOTOR 
SACRAMBNTO 



ttnRIDi!2HT KO. 1 TO CU.i:5AI77IH-* }3T)»'? HO. 56 
Pert&iaing to Sweet Pot<ito -7»eTll 



The foot has been determined b; the Dlreotor of 
.\grlonl tnre that the eweot ootato weerll (Cylae fortalo;trlue, 
?ab.) exists in the County of !'oblle. State of Alabaaa: 

no't, TFS^-rJ'OHB, it is declared neoessary.in order 
to further prerent the irtroduotion of the said sweet po- 
tato weeril into the State of California, th^t all of the 
prorlsions and roculrer^ents eet forth in Caarantlno Order 
Ho. 36 be hereby -.ssde to apply and do apply until further 
ord rs, to all parte of t> at territory Vnown as the Oounty 
of !'abile. State of Uabaaa, in addition to and Irujludlng 
the states and oounties snt forth in Quarantine Order So. 
66* 



Quarantine Order 3o. S6 is amended aeoordln^j* 




Direetor of \|qriouiture 



Approred : 




GoToraor of 



I s B^led January ir^, 1922 



Orxccutiuc Pcyavtutcitt 

§tatt of (Califovniit 



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non( 



.Ited 



a£^-reef. " i 



in I-.; 21. and 



jeeiieecere of C alif ornia eddei ';4.00C.O00- 



to 



oalth of this 



irourh tl 



e carve i 



iai;t hone;; crop, and have uuilt up ci. 



e.:i:lo. 



livelihood to lar£,e niuiiuer.; o von.ers, and 



the industry is ;;et in its infanc;- as re;^_ar-;E the possicility 



or 



eveloD-riCfit . and 



to. J 



iosterea 



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reet: 



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en, 



Industry iron a sniall beginning 
^1". . jld its tJ:irty-third annual 
-. February cth. .'th. and 10th, 



D. ?..£rH]iIIS, Dovernor o: 



Jali: 



ornii 



desirin^ 



industries, and to 



.ro-;ote the '.velftre of all California 
;nooura. e the honey industry to still 



;er rrodu 



.10. 



.ere 



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designate jT'eoruar: 



■ th - 11th 



• ax ifornia. '-One: 



;eyj 



il'f- ri 



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of this 



3tate to patronize the products of thg ieexL-- eperg_ 
ornia during- that period. 



illf- 



At 3aora e 

tanuary 



nto, :ui.. 
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HJLED 

lE the offic?! «l th? Secretary of State 
Of THE STATF OF OALIIOBHIA 



MA/. , 3 1222 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

G H HECKE DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 

QUARAKTIMii ORDiSB HO. 38 
Pertaining to Eastern Filbert Bli^t 



tSi alT^n^^^f.^ ^° several states of the United otatea. and 

?CrJ^tr ?? introduction of the eastern fllK^t bllrht 
(|£y£to|£oreUE anomnla (Pk.) daoo.) Into the Jtate of CaT l Y- 

Titi i'o^iAT.iriii 'LTs\?uptr^ ^eXMLi^dl:, 

-1th the provlalom. of !ecUon °319b'o*i°Sj''joUt?oS""?o^r 
outt?n.:*^*° of California, .fainat all treoa? pli^S prafta 

»rrflf^h,X^°?eT.?fte^r^^^^T"a.o-Tj S^ 
States of Montana, ./yoaing. Colorado 'and IJe^fiex^co ^Sd no 

fsSi:^ -«-^^^^^ - SJ -1a=f'- 



Approved : 



■in, 

lilreotor or Agriotature" 




L/" y^ 



Temor o^he itate of California 



Issued : 



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610 







It tao otllce of the gwrfltarj of gtat© 
Of THE 8T*''i ••' ••'.•irOBNIA 



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bURlAU OF PLANT OUARANTINl 
LIE A STRONiJ, Chibf 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

G H HECK;;;. DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



msmm^ar? ho. i to cuAT?*jrpiiT3 otosr rro.se 

Pertalnlzig to ^Ite Pine Blleter Rust 



The faot has been determined by the Director 
of .\grloaltare that vhite pine blister mat (Perldermim 
Btrobi. Eleb.) exists in oertaln portions of that part of 
the State of "Washington lying T?eBt of the Oasoode HuxmtalnS; 

HOW, 7r3^3?0?3, it Is declared neoeseary, in 
order to further prerent the introduction of the said 
i*lte pine blister rust (Perldermiuro strobi, rieb.) in- 
to the State of California, that all of the prorlsions 
and requirenentB sot forth in Cuaiantlne Order Ho. 36 
be hereby nade to apply and do apply until further or- 
ders, to all ports of that territory lying west of and 
including the oounties of ffhatoom. Skagit, Snohoml^, 
ring. Pierce, Lewis and Skamania in the State of Washing- 
ton in adrUtion to the states set forth in Quarantine Or- 
der No. 36. 

Quarantine Order Ho* 36 is amended accordingly* 




Director of Agriculture 



i^>proTed : 




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cremor of tbe Stite of California 



Issu«d: 



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Dated Llay 1, 1922. 



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.ED 



In tie office o'' the Secretary of Stet« 
or TH£ STATE OF OALirOBBIA 

MAY .2- 1S22 , 
-eHQKDA, 




STATE Oi' CA:i?ORriA 
Il'lP.ARTl^NT OF AiJRICULTIFZ 



PROCLAMATION 



lllxecutive Lepartnent, 
State of California, 

lia-y 1, 192L. 



Y/HER2AS, The Ldrector of Ai:ricult\are of the State of California 
has ascertained that cattle located in a certain area in the County of 
vono, Stute of California, hereinafter descrihed, and the Counties of 
DoviglaE and Lyon, St .te of ZTevada, are liable to conimunicate xn infec- 
tiou:- disease known ac scaties in cattle or cuttle scat, to cattle not 
so affected locted elsewhere in the State of California, should said 
cattle located in the areas hereinafter described and nar.ed he shipped, 
moved, transported, driven, or gra;^ed over -.ny lands situated in any 
other part of the St te of Calif orr.i-»; and 

■rflCKSAi.", Under and by virtue of an act of the legislature of the 
State of California entitled, "An act to protect domestic live stock 
from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of 
officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to provide 
for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled 'An 
act to protect domestic live stock from contatjiouB and infectious dis- 
eases, to provide for the appointment and duties of officials to carry 
into effect the provisions of this act, and to provide an appropriation 
therefor,' approved liarch IS, 1899, as amended," approved June 3, 1921, 
the Director of Agriculture of the State of California, with the 
approval of the Jovernor, in order to prevent the spreadin.. or comir.uni- 
cation of said disease of scabies or scab in cattle, h.iS, on this 1st 
day of :.'^y, lt'2i:. quarantined the Counties of i3ou£lc.s and Lyon in the 



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STATE OF ca:i7gr:'ia 

li'':r.\RTKHMT OF AJRICriTlRE 



P R C I. A y. A T I M 



"xecutive Department, 
St^te of CaliforniiA, 
llcty 1, 192L. 



vniERSAS, The I'irector of A^:riculttire of the State of California 
has ascertained that cattle locked in a certain c.rea in the County of 
Kono, Stcte of California, hereinafter det-orihed, and the Counties of 
Douqlas and Lyon, St.te of !Tevad:j., are liable to conmunicate .n infec- 
tious disease known as scaties in cattle or cattle scah, to cattle not 
so affected loc-.teQ elsewhere in the St^te of California., should raid 
cattle located in the areas hereinafter described and nair.ed he shipped, 
moved, transported, driven, or grazed over ^.ny lanes situated in any 
other part of the St te of Calif orr.i:.; and 

'.flC-^A;-, Under and by virtue of an act of the legislature of the 
State of California entitled, "An act to protect domestic live ctock 
from cont-.giouE and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of 
officials to carry into effect the proviLUons of this act, to provide 
for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled 'An 
act to protect domestic live stoc:-: from contagious and infectious dis- 
eases, to provide for the appointment and duties of officials to carry 
into effect the provisionL of this act, and to provide an aprropriation 
therefor,' api-roved Inarch IS, ISec, as amended," approved June 3, 1921, 
the Director of Agriculture of the State of California, with the 
api-roval of the Governor, in orcer to prevent the spreadin,, or comir.uni- 
cation of said disease of scabies or scab in cattle, hcs , on this 1st 
day of '.•^y, 1^2:^, quarantined the Counties of Dou£lc-s and Lyon in the 



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state of Nevada, and all of thoce portions of the follo7/in.. townships 
located in the County of Hono . State of California: 

\ownship 3 north Ran^sef 22 and 23 east, L. D. 1'. 

9 " "21, 22 and 23 " " 

10 " "22 n m 

■.VHERSAT. The Director of A^^riculture has, on this Ist day of 
Kay, 1^22, made and establit.hed the followini: rules ^nd rejiulctions 
governing the niover.:entc of cattle from said quarantine are^.s of the tate 
of California and St.*Le of I'evada: 

From and after this let day of Vay. 1922, everj- pereou, co..peny, corpora- 
tic", tVeir ager.te. and eervar.te. are herety proUVited frou drivi-, grazing. 
• movir.£. traneportint, or shipping, or from cauair^ or penrlttir.g to te driven, 
Srared. xoved. transportec. shipped, or drifted into any j^rt of the State of 
Cali<-ornia, any cattle oricinati.;g or teir^ in aforesaid quarantined areas i. 
:.^no County. Caliror..ia, and Douclac v.r.i I.yon Counties. Meva-. unle.s such 
cattle have first been inspected ty the Director of /^ri=ulture,or his duly 
authorized a^cnt. o. ty a duly authorized age.t of the U. S. Bureau of Anir«.l 
industry, ar.d are acccrrpar.ied by a certificaxe issued by such officer, stating 
thet 6..id cattle arc free fro-n contagious and infectious dise...cs and cattle 
.cab or scabie.. and exposure thereto: prcvidecl. how^.r. that .hen cattle ex- 
posed to scabies that are not a part of a diseased herd, ar.d which h.ve been 
dipped once in a dip recognized and per.dtted by the U. S. Bureau of Ar.ir^ 
Industry, under the supervision of an agent of the California Department of 
Agriculture or Pureau of Anir.al Industry inspector ar.^ so certified by such 
insrectcr. .ay be n»ved into Califorr.ia: provided, that if sue', cattle are 
exposed to sarcoptic scabies, two dippir.s, six to seven days apa:t, rill be 
required, and all such dipped cattle shall be shipped or noved ir-cediately. 
without exposure to irfacticn, folloiring such dipping. 

cattle or herdE of the quarantine area in :!ono Count,.. California, 
ar.d Douglas and Lyon Counties, Nevada, which are not diseased with scahies 
and not exposed thereto, may be shipped or transported elsewhere in or into 
Califorria upon insFection by a Bureau of Aninal Industrj- inspector, *hen 



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accor.per.ied by a certificate from Buch inapectcr ehotrirc tl.e cattle to be free 
froE dieeuee, or expoaure thereto, paid inopcctior. and certif ice.tior. ahall J-Ave 
been mede imnediately prior to »;;ipment or T.overent. 

All cattle in any herd or ohipaont ir. which the dieease cf scabies ie 
present ehe.ll be classed as dieeased cattle and none of thoE ahall be offered 
for ir.ove«i.t or el ipiLcnt eleewhere in or into California. The renioval from 
BUch herd or ekipnent of P-ny cattle wliich are visibly dieeaeed end thereafter 
offeri:-.£ any portion of tie rer^ining cattle of such herd or s'ripment for nove- 
nent or shipnent el6e'.vhe:c in or into California is directly and positively 

prohibited. 

rOV/. TIEIOSPOIS. I. V/IILIJ.: B. ST31IC:1TL;, as Governor of the Stcte 
of California, "by virtue of the authority vested in ne ty lav:, do here- 
by proclaim the areac described in this proclamation quarantined v/ithin 
and \>y the Ctite of Calif orni-.; ^nd further hereby proclaiir the fore- 
going rules and regulations prescribed by the Director of .-Agriculture 
for the maintenance and enforcement of ^uch quarantine to be le-al and 
binding rules and regul tions v.ithin the - tate of California, and I do 
further proclaim th^t Daid rules .nd regulations sh .11 be m.-.intained 
and enforced within the State of California., and that a violation 
thereof sh..ll subject all persons so violatinc any of said rules and 
regulations to the penalties provided for in section sir. of the said 
act of the leeisl.ture of the State of California entitled "An act to 
protect domestic live stock from contajiouG and infectious diseases, 
to prescribe the duties of officials to carry into effect the provi- 
sions of thic act, to provide for the appointment of a veterin rian. 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect domestic live stock 
from cont.Giour and infectious diseases, to provide for the appointment 
and duties of offici^.ls to c.rry into effect the provisions of this 
act. and to provide an aprropriation therefor.' ap- roved L-r-rch 18, ISfg. 



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li 



as amended," approved June 3, 1C'21. 

IN V/IT!TnS3 'ifiLirJZOF , I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
rjreat Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed, the 1st day of Itay, . 
A. E. K22. 



Attest 




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Governor of the S^te of California 




^U\U of Crtllfornirt 

WELPGlA", National Eoepltal Dey will be observed throuci:- 
out United StQtes on May 12, 1922, tie One Eu-dred Second 
^^nnlvere^ry of the blrtl of Ploren e Nightingfile, snd the 
observance of tlmt day has been en iorsed by Honorable ».«rren 
^, Eardinsr, Presidert of the United States, and the Goverrcrs 
of many states, nnd 

KKERH'S, the generel observance of Kstional Eoa ital 
Day, which was Inaugurated In 1921, resulted In a great stim- 
ulation of the niovement for improved hospital facilities 
throu(7hout the Nation, en" the encouragement of the develop- 
ment of modern hospital facilities, la me of the -rest human© 
projects of our clvl' lEstion, 

R07i TELRLFOKE, I, Wm. D. Stephens, Ooverror cf Calif- 
ornia, deairinff to cooper*? te In this movement as a most praise- 
worthy effort for human welfare do hereby designate May 12, 
1922, as National Eospltal T^y In Callfcrnia, sni urc* Its 
gener-il observance so that public Interest may ^e stimulated 
in the movement for better hospitals. 



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Stttt« of Calif .iruirt ^ 

PROCLAMATION. 

WHSREAS, the second Sunday in Llay has been designated 
by aot of Congress as "Mothers' Day", and it has been 
ordered that the United States Flag shall be displayed on 
all government buildings on that day, and 

WHEREAS, the Senate and Assembly of the State of 
California is on record requesting the Governor of 
California to issue a proclamation calling upon the State, 
County and municipal authorities to recognize the spirit 
of that day by displaying the national flag upon public 
buildings and the homes of the people, and 

^-HERSAS, California is proud to do honor to the spirit 
of motherhood and to recognise the self-sacrifice and con- 
structive part born by the mothers of California in the 
upbuilding of this State, 

NOW, THER2P0RS, I, WLI. D. STBPHENS, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim Sunday, May 14th, "Ifothers' 
Day" in California, and do hereby appeal to the churches 
to observe the day by appropriate programs, and request 
that the National Emblem be displayed on all state, county 
and municipal buildings and groiinds, and upon the homes of 
oar citizens upon that day* 




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WHSREAS, th« Optwi«trl«ts Of Oallfornla and Xhm •stern 
St«t«t mr9 about to aoMmbl* in oonrontlon in tho Cltj of Loa 

Angoloo, and 

WHKRBAS, tho ■oabera of th« profeotlon of Optomotrloto, 
ao a wholo, h«T« dono muoh to add to the ooirfort and uoafulnooo 
of oitisons by tho alTanoo-nont of thlo 3oionoo, 

TIBRB?ORB, I, W«. D. Stophoaa, do horoby proolaim tho waok 
of aay 89th to Jun« 3rd Bottor Tlolon 'ook" throughout th» 
3tato of California* 



Saoraaonto. Hay 26th. 198E 



3U.^.a. i4ia>rUi iiaj, Uay 30th, »»t apart by m grot«fkil 
auXioa i> b mwr th» ma^xt of tlioa* h«ro«9 of tbt ClVii ajr, 
who di»d, "that this 3lati>a ni^ht llw," ban «ohle¥#4 a nta taX- 
•jmlty and ai^piifio^^Aot to tht ;jren«at ij^tttrfvtl .ft by ro^soA of th« 
tot tkit aaoy thuS'^ada of brafa ^aorioun •oidion- laid ten thaix 
iiv«8 oa thv fialdB it f'rafloo, uad eXaashen duriog; tha orid ifer, aJhd 

>4Luw^^. aa lonj a» th« iiapubJLitt aliuU eadui^e it ahull ba tha 
a ored outy -ii oil Io/aI Oitisaaa to rotaraooa the Mmtry of thocMi 
8«lf-C£»<urifiOi.%' 8 {ia if i;u Mat ion who hava vid* the aUi>reaa offering 
tt^i a the altar of oatiia/U duty, a a iac flald ^£ bs-ttia, on the aaa, 
or la iha ooa^a jf jut araias, uod 

.^Uw-w, It i3 fittintJ that not aidy ahall tha •aaiiy of tin 
l^oaorcd de^d jf otUr uura b* 4ft yt ^<jcq aj r rcrcnt raaaiibr ^co txaA 
iande; aanrioea di tho .ipr^ea >i tita hard dai.id, out ^lac that thoaa 
whd 00 rooaotly a d^^. tl « saprciaa sizorLfioa ia the >oriv. <iur ahall iM 
hrcHi. ht fiviuly tt> aitjji, t.x.it thair da da aliail <ot ba allow«d to 
iada tr<i& the siiooa df fatvira [!a{»v^A'ijm. and 

m&.iiAj, it is pr9])Oocd ty the Vater^na ^f ^or^ii,!! »ara ia 
•Mparati^^a sith tha ••*Aar loaA .^r iaotliars, uoa v>thar lika ^rciaoiabatloaa, 
to att.;oh a;-aeijd aignif^amoa i* Maavrlal iM.y, Iby 3Cth, ay requeuing 
•vary na to we -r i /laadero* p^a.'^y as a reaiada^ af v>ur b^ya w> ^ata 
ii4> thair livaa m rlAcdara* fialds* 

Ej»., 'frl^.u/0it6, I, 4ii^. D. iXi^ikjy, Oovara.r of C«>itiVroia« bo* 
liaviac Ihia ^ ba a ajst worthy objaot. 4) ^laraby ap,<aal tj ulX Cal- 
if >raiada ts vo^r "jlaadars* ^"op.iaa" m aea rial Ihy. 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

G H HECKE DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



AiCiKDMEKT 110.2 TO ^UAHAKTINE ORDER NO. 34. 



Pertaining to Alfalfa Weeril. 



The fact has been determined by the Director 
of Agriculture that the alfalfa weeril (Phytonomua 
posticus (Jyll.) exists in the County of Pershing, State 
of Nevada; now, therefore. 

It is declared necessary, in order to further 
prevent the introduction of said alfalfa weevil into 
the State of California, that all of the provisions 
and requirements set forth in Quarantine Order Ho* 34 
be hereby made to apply and do apply until further 
orders, to all parts of that territory Jcnown as the 
County of Pershing, State of Kevada, in addition to 
and including the states and cotinties set forth in - 
Quarantine Order Ho* 34* 

Quarantine Order Ho* 34 is amended accordingly* 



Approved : 



Signed: 





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(iovemor of ^re state of 
California. 



Director of Agriculture 



iSSUgP; August 8. 1922. 



|ttat< of ®alif0irnia 



P H C L A 11 A T I N. 



The poaltry industry ol the 
United States is a tremendous one* and 
in California alone is valued at more 
than fifty million dollars. 

In Petaluna eaoh year« the 
people of Sonoma County join in a great 
celebration known as E^ Ifay . It is well 
worth ^in^ any distance to see, and I 
am pleased to suggest to all who can to 
Tiait retaluma on 

3GG JM, AOOOST 19, 1922. 

And that the industry may re- 
ceive further and proper encouragement, 
I name Saturday, August 19, 1922 as 
Sgg Hay in California and request all 
loyal Calif or nians to ea^ more eggs. 



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.i',^x-;_^.o, ruesday, ^a-iist lid, 19'^^:. is the 
day appointed oj law for holain,-; a Priasry iliection 
thron.Miout the itate of Galiiorriia ; and 

., t'e ^erraanence of -^vr de..iocratic in- 
stitutions jjia 10-'.. - -■ ;ovorn::i'3n'i, J.epend on "Aie exer- 
cise rij^lit 01 franchise oj ever/ voter, and 
lively interest in all luatters pertaining to govern- 
nent; 

liU.i, X— >»"^jv^-iii, I ,.1-. ^, ^r^^hH'^, G-jvernor of 
the Jtate of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority in ae vested and in conformity to the pro- 
vi^, ions of sectior. three of the priaar- election lav., 
aj ^.erebv .ro;_ai.:.i fuesauy, ^lUijiist L.5, ^r^^ij, to oe 
a puolic holiday, in order t}iat all ^'.iti^iens ruay iiave 
an ooportunity to partici'jate in this election, 

III .:IZ:E33 ,V;:.1^0?, I have 
hereunto set uv hand and 
caused the Great 5eal of 
the 3tate of California to 
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G H HECKE DIRECTOR 

SACHAMIiNTJ 



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(with reguiatlcsttB. ) 

Pertalninp to Llezican cotton boil .veevil, and ▼arla- 
tles thereof, and plnic bollwom of cotton. 



WHSRSAS. the fact hna been determined »»y^^^«^,?^f;°*" 
or of Agriculture that injurious inBect^ fcnown a t^« ^^^^^ 
Cot?on Boll AeeTil (Anthonomus ^randis Boh.). «^4 ^f^l^^^" 
♦^^^-«-f «nri the Pint 3oll.-onn (Pectinophora gost^ypiella 
la^def 8 ) new ?o Si not hitherto kno n to exist wi^^Jn ^^ . 
th^ughout ?he State of Ca-vfornia. exist in several states of 
the United dtates; 

HOW THER2i'0-i3. it is declared necessary in order to 

JSlt; cotton "iMlng aid mUlln.^ n.ohlnery. cotton ""frlnf. - 

♦ Wo* vo-»A hmftn II ed in connection with growing, firres^ing, 
ij^i^r baltn? or manuLcturing cotton lint, seed cotton or 
f ouiS'seed frL any other ^tate territory or ^^«-Ji^^/^^3^! 
United States, except ander and subject to the roiiowing ragu 
lations: 

, Seed cotton or cotton seed grown in, 
of tha unite otateo -xherein the caitl- 
to be infeateJ with the ^^e-^iean 

varieties thereof, or the Pink Bollworm. 
rem entering the State of California for 

and u on the arrival of any such seed 
as auarantined against in this order, 
diatoiy sent out of the state or de- 
and expense of the oimer, consignee or 



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any state or locality 
ycited* cotton is icno'.vn 
Cotton Boll eovil, or 
is hereby prohibited f 
any purpose whatsoeTer 
cotton or cotton seed 
the aame shall be imme 
st-oyed at the option 
agent* 

Hejmlation 2. Seed cotton or cotton »••* K^own la 
any state oJ^ifun^teJ State .hero the Mexican Cotton Boll 



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^•eTil. or varieties thereof, or the Pink BoJi'O™,"^ "^^^ ^°'™ 
to exist in the cultivated cotton may be admitted into 
the It te of Callforniu subject to th.e foilowiBg re^uiremente: 
Persons contemplating the importing or bringing l'^^^ *^-%;^:J* 
of California seed cotton or cotton seed from any st te 1^ tr.« 
Suited 3?'?e; where the Mexican Cotton Boll •««!iht°In'?he*Jil- 
thereof . or the Pini Bollworm are not toown to ^J^^^ J^^^« «^^- 
tiv^ted cotton shall first make application to the direct- 
or of %gri culture for a permit to do so «^ ^^i^« }« ^^^JPf^^"^- 
tlon thS o^rp.se for which the seed cotton or cotton seed is 
intended the name and address of the exporter, the locality 
J^lrTthe seed cotton or cotton eeed ^as grown the a^iount of the 
Importation, the terminal point of delivery, and the nane and 
aSdresa of the importer in the State of California to .ho« the 
cemit should be sent. Accorupanylng the application must be a 
st^ement signed by the Stnte'^^tomologi^t of the 8t«te ^r«a -hieh 
tie seed colfon or%otton seed is to be imported to the eftect 
that the seed cotton or cotton seed will be l^^P«^^f ^^^J°^".,^.^ 
shipment and that a certificate of inspection "iffj by tho^tate 
Intoruologist will rccooipnny the shipment or ^^ ^J^'^^J^f^h'^^^' ^^^^ 
wo^^iio conductors manifests, memoranda or bills of lading coyer 
Sfaich'sh^pmenU %^S certificate shaU set forth the locality 
S orilin of the seed cotvon or cotton seed comprising ^Jj «^^P; 
ment Shall establish the fact that the ^xioan Cotton Boll Jeevll. 

3';a?ieties thereof, and the i^i^,^°H»r,^r:Hrch fSe seeS 
IT«o* 4n thft p itlvated cotton in the stnte In which the seeo 
ciuon^^ cottoi aled or^mates, and shall gire the initials ^d 
car nSmSer of the cnr inthich shipped if carlot «^iP"««*I Jf , ^^^ 
thin oarlot shipTient marlciags of container or containers sbail be 
Ki?Sn! t cooy Sf the cortlficate shall be mailed i^ «^vance of 
rJpSwt to ihe Chief of the 3ureau of li^"!^^^,^'''^*^'^*- ""*^'' 
Depart-nent of ^gricaltare, Sacramento, Calif oroia. 

^gulatlon 3. Seed cotton or cotton seed imported or 
broa«ht into the State of California under permit issued by the 
clr^f tor of Agriculture shall have each package or cent Iner in 
thls^iP'o^t plainly and cor-.ctly marked to show the number of 
III pemi?? the quitlty of the contents, the f «t«„f .^i^^*' 
.^•T.«%rowA the name and addroas of the exporter and the nam* 
InridCe'lS-of thHonsignea. /ermits issued ^y JJe^f -,°^%Sf 
T^-4«„i*„ip.« ahull jnaclfv the treatment which snail oe given fcnw 
cl^oditrorloitalL'r'o'r 'vehicle by consignee as a condition of 
entry of material for which permit Is requested. 

Regulation 4. Persons contemplating the i^PO^tlng or 



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and address of the importer in the atate of California to whom 
the permit should be sent. Permits issued by the Director of 
iVgriculture shall specify treatment which shall be glTen com- 
modity or container or vehicle by conaignee as a condition of 
entry of material for which permit is requested. 

Regulation 5. Cotton bagging that has been used as a 
container for seed cotton or cotton seed, or in the baling of 
cotton, cotton lint, or cotton waste, or in the manufacture or 
handling of cotton seed by-products in any other state of the 
United States le hereby prohibited from entering the State of 
California, and upon the arrival of any such cotton bagging as 
quarantined against in this order, the same shall be immediately 
sent out of the st^te or destroyed at the option and expense of 
the owner, consignee or agent. 

tegulatlon 6. Cotton ginning or cotton milling 
machinery that has previously been used in the ginning or mill- 
ing of seed cotton, cotton soed or cotton seed by-products, in 
any stite of the United States will be admitted into the itate 
of California subject to and only under the following require- 
ments: Persons contemplating the importing or bringing into the 
State of California of any such machinery "-a heretofore enumerated 
In this regulation, shall first make aplioation to the Director 
of Agricaltu-e for a pernlt to do so, stating In the application 
the name and address of the exporter, the location from which the 
shipment is to be made, the nature and amount of the importation, 
the terminal point of delivery, and the name and aiidress of the 
importer In the State of California to whom the permit should be 
sent. Any and all shipments of such machinery as heretofore 
enumerated In this regulation im, orted or brought Into the State 
of Cslifornla un(ier authority of permit issued by the Director 
f Agriculture shall have attached to aa h shipment a certificate 
signed by the olficial entomologist of the state from which such 
shipment was made, showing the number of the permit to import 
and setting forth the fact that all the cotton ginning or cotton 
milling machinery Included in the shipment had been cleaned and 
fumigated with hydrocyanic acid gas before being loaded for ship- 
ment, the date and place of fumigation, and the amount of cyanide 
used in the lumigation of the shipment covered by the certificate. 
Any and all shipments of cotton ginning or cotton milling machinery 
not accompanied by a cortiilcate as provided for In this regula- 
tion shall bo refused admittance Into the State of California, 
and upon the arrival of any such machinery without a certificate 
as provided for, the same shall be immediately sent out of the 
state at the expense of the owner, consignee or agent. 

Regulation 7. Cotton picking-bags that have been used 



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for ploklng or harrestlng cotton in any state or territory of th« 
United States or any cotton plakia;r-b*tK3 tV'it hnro cotton lint or 
cotton seod in or unon or adhering to the swne, are hereby pro- 
hibited from entering the iit<jt!? of Calif ornia, and upon tha r^rrWaJ. 
of any such cot^on picfcing-ba/?8 as quarantined against in this 
order, the s^irne ahill se imaedistoly sent out of th« state or de- 
stroyed at the option and expense of the owner, eonelgnee or agent. 

Regulation a, .iaiiroe oars that hare oeen used for 1 
tr^nsportrition of ased ootton. cotton lint or cotton seed nuBt 
Iraniedlately upon arrival st Ciiifomia points be thorougMy 
clermod of all cotton nsed, ana s-ioh ootton ...•♦.xl s-b.all be V- uri - 
upon remoTal from the oar, or euoh care shall be so disinfected 
or 3tdrjliz'd fir. to rerooTe all oossib Le .lai^er of inxeytxtlon of 
the iies lean Cotton BoJ 1 "i^eeril, and Tarieties thereof, or the 

inJc BollTom. »ny end all such oarn found at sny nolnt in Cnli- 
fomia contalnine cotton aeed in or upon nny of the parts thereof 
-hall he amenable to nil the regulations of thir order, and .;hall 
he claoed in quarantine by the Mroctor of Agriai ture. his deputy 
or deputies, or luarentine gu-rdlins, until s aid ootton seed ia 
destroyed and the or disinfected or at-srillsed to the satisfac- 
tion of the quarantine officer -na^iinc- the inepeotion. 

Regulation 9. Upon arriral h% any oouaaon carrier sta- 
tion in the ;tate of California of any shipment of emigrant 
movables, farmln.r Vapleraent^■, or other field compliances, or of 
used household gooda, from the states of Alabama, Arlsona, 
\rfcan8a5, Florida, Jeorgia, Kertuckj, LouaSinna, i.iHSlssi pi, .'-iss- 
ouri, «ew Mexico. Morth Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tenn- 
essee and Texas, or any .Jthor at te In which .he kexiean 
Cotton Boll Veovil, or varieties thereof, or the Pink Bollwortn may 
oecome er.tablished, the same shall be held intBct by the common 




of 

there has been 

shipper, o-ner, «. -o . -- * - ^* ;i 

effect thfit -he shipaent inoludea no aeed cotton or cotton seed 
or other articles luarantined ag^inat in this order. 



presented an affidavit executed by the consignee, 
or sgent. on blanks provided by the Jt>'te, to the 



Rer^'lation 10. amigrant novabl^a, faring implements, 
or other field appliances, imported or brought into the State of 
California by other tnan coicmon carrier tra..8pori«iti.;n, iroa t^.e 
states of Alabama, Ariaona. Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, 
!>oui8iana, ilsalsaipoi, ilasouri. He- .exico, ^o'*;, ^^rolina. 
Oklahoma, iouth Carolin^^, .ennessee and Texas, shall be placed in 
quarantine by the Director of ngricuiture, his deputy or deputies, 
or quarantine guardian of the district or county 



into which suoh 



o^i?rIAt raovable/are imported or brought, until it i".^««''„:^^*;r 
mined by inspection that the same are free fron the Mexican Cotton 



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Boll Weeril, and rariatles thereof, and the Pizik Bollwom 
of ootton, and other articles quarantined against in this 
order. 

▲11 articles adaissible under the foregoing regula- 
tions mast he held by oonown oarrier agents and not 
delirered to consignee or agent tmtil inspected and passed by 
the Director of Agrioulture, his deputy or deputies, or by 
a duly authorised state quarantine guardian* 

All deputies of the Director of Agriculture and 
all state quarantine guardians are hereby eapowered to carry 
out all the provisions of this order* 

The foregoing regulations do not apply to tha 
experiiaents of the United states Departnent of Agrioultura 
in the state of California* 

This order supersedes Quarantine Order Ho. 3S, 
issued October 1, 1920, and shall take effect iBMecLiately* 




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G H HECKE. DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



QUARANTINE ORDER NO. 40 
('.7ith Regulations) 
Pertaining to Helix pisana 



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WHiSREAS ; the fact has "been determined hy the 
Director of Agriculture that a enail (Eelix pieana) in- 
jurious to agriculture and horticulture new to and not 
heretofore known to exist v/ithin and through ut the State 
of California exists in that • irt of the City f San Diego, 
State of C'ilifornia described as follows: 

"Beginninp at the ij terseotion of the abore line 
of the Pacific Ocean and the westerly line of Puehlo 
Lot 1285, according to -n .p of the Pueblo Lands of San 
Diego made by Ja-.es Pasooe in 1670 and filed in the office 
of the Recorder of said County, and running thence souther- 
ly and northeasterly along the westerly and southeasterly 
boundaries of said Pueblo Lot to an intersection with the 
easterly bouzidary of Pueblo Lot 1264; thanoa aontherly 
along e«iia eaeterly boxindary -to an Intereeotlon with the 
southerly boundary of a Re-subdivis on of a portion of Villa 
Tract, La Jolla Park, according to County Recorder's Map 
thereof No. 1535; thenoe westerly alonp said southerly 
boundary line to t}ie westerly boundary of said Pueblo lot 
1284; thence southerly along said westerly boundary to the 
southeast corner of Pueblo Lot 1262; thenoe westerly along 
the northerly boundary of said Pueblo Lot 1262 to the north- 
west corner thereof; t> enoe southerly along the westerly 
boundary of said Pueblo Lot 1262; and the westerly boundary 
of Pueblo Lot 1267 to an intersection with the easterly pro- 
longation of the center line of Bonair Street, in Starkey's 
Prospect Park, according to Map thereof filed in the said 
County Recorder's office and numbered 1729; thenoe westerly 
along said center line and its wasterly prolongation to an 
intersection with the westerly boundary of Pueblo Lot 1269; 
thenoe northerly along said boundary to an Intersection with 
the southerly line of Bonair Street in South La Jolla, ac- 
cording to Map thereof filed in the said County Record r's 
Of:ioe and numbered 887, being also the southeast corner of 
Pueblo Lot 1260; thenoe easterly along the southerly boundary 
of eaid Pueblo Lot 1260 to an intersection with the shore lin« 



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of the P'ioiflo Ocean; thenoe northerly sind eaetcrly fol- 
lowing eaid c*:jr^ line to tt.e pl'ioe of bepinrlnp. Meo all 
of Pueblo Lot 1E96." All of v»; 'oh io hereinafter referred 
to ae infoeted aroa* 

RO"', T'-^^.i^OlS, It le declared neoeeenry in order 
to preTent tte further eproi^d of cild en-iil, (Felix oleana) 
tl at a quarantine be and the rfine ie hereby eet-ibliehed at 
the boundfirlos of e-ild infofted area in locordar.oe with tho 
proviBlone of beotion 2319b of tie . olitioal ^ode of the 
State of 3alifornia against B»tlu enail (Felix nieana) , all 
plants, plant nrodncte, (incliidirf hay, straTz, grass and 
weeds), foreiit plant productB (inclt;ding l;i?aber, loge, opts, 

olee, rallro v2 tioe, and oordwood) , bul dinge, building -ind 
construction naaterlal, new and used, earth, soil, sand, stone, 
rubbish, gaibage and all other articlos and things Infested 
irtth said snail iVolix nieana), or liable to be Infested with 
said si;ail (Felix olsana) or liablo to trai enort sold enail 
(Hollx plsana) and no euoh artiolos so quor'tntlned against 
shall be nored from said infested are^ except undf-r and sub- 
ject to tjio following regulations* 



lt*eiia4A«loa X* B«r» m%rmm^ gprmmm, w»4»da. •■jr*k, 

soil, sand, stone and natire and outdoor plants shall not 

be moTed out of the said irfested area for any j^urpoee hatso- 

eror» 

Regulation 2. ^bblsh and garbage eh all not he 
nored from th.e sold infested area except by authorlBe<) city 
collectors In corered, tiPht wagons and U en on^y for the 
purpose of burning at a nlaoe to be designated b; the "^i rec- 
tor of \pTlouiture or his deputy or deputies or a duly aut.hor- 
ised state quarantine guardian of 3an Diego County, State of 
Cal 1 fornia* 

Regulation 2* Ho article quarantined against In 
this order not -".entioned In regulations 1 and £ shall be 
!BOTed out of the said infested ara unlets a^-d until it shall 
hare been inspected by a deputy of the T^irector of \prl culture 
or by a dul^ auth.orlied etite quarantlre fn;ardian of San T>iepo 
County and found to be free fron sold snail (Felix olsana) 
and a permit iecued for the itOTe-'ient out of the said Infested 
area of such article* 

Regulation 4. Persons i tending to -note froin said 
infested area any article or art io lee for wt.ioh permit la re- 



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quired by these regulations shall make applloatlon to the 
Director of Agriculture, Saoranianto. California, or to the 
County Eortloulttiral ConnlsBioner , court House, San Diego 
for a permit. Articles to "be inspected must "be free from 
earth, sand and soil and permits will issue only for arti- 
cles w" ich are not Infested or liable to be infested with 
said snail (Helix plsana). 

This order shall take effect immediately. 



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CT/.T ■ CaiPORlTIA. 



'zvEciXL :^u:':TIo^^ ■ rocl/J'ation. 



I, '/ILLIAM D.CTLrH;:MS, "overnor of the State of riqi ifornia, 
do hereby -Troolain and order that a special election shall be 
held on ^he seventh day of IToveinber, 1922, in the SIX'T'H 



C0>T.^-RE5S ZONAL DIG'"RICT of this 



,e to fill the vacaniiy in 



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•rom saijd SIX"H CCFr7REtiSI0F/i DIS'"RICT ciused by the 



death of J .A.J:LST0N. 

A?C^ I ^0 ^TIREBY offer a reward of One Hundred (lOO) 
Dollars for the arrest and conviction of any und every person 



violatin.'* any of the provi?ions of Title 17, P.-ir t 1, of the 
Penal Code; such rewards to be paid until the total a.'-iount 



hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sun of Ten 
Thousand (10,000) Dollars. 







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..'.. i.^, .-e_ destruction of life and property by fire 

:..rC'U._^:iw.. - W..6 u-ited Jt-tes lias jsen increasl:. " "ally 

until tLe total loss of material wealth now a^;-! .>.. ies t'. 

trerjiendous sun of .iJ4<35,00C,0GC e^ery year, or a daily loss 
of yl,o70,C0j in _tJroperty, a:id forty-sijht lives daily, anu 

-ii, t-ie fire loss iu :!.'3 State of California dur- 

j... .... .^/e ye^rs ended \.itli Id'Jd rea/' : ". .:i ar;;;rejate of 

vo4,<-lo,o71, ^ 3 -.1 ^Sufficient to buila _. , ™ aones costia^ 
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re.j-'.rces of tnis country, . '. 

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iiLSCTION PB3CLAMATI0N. 



State of California 



I, ./ILLIAiJ D. oT^PMiS, Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim that a general election will be held 
throughout saia State on i^iSDAI, TM 3WAim DAY Oil' NOVSLljiJE. 19^, 
at which the following offices are to be filled: 

LI2UT3i;IlIT GO/IiHiOR: 
SiiCroiTAIiI Oj}' S'lATJi; 
COKT.^LLiE; 
T.-iiASuRIiR: 
ATTOiliiiY aiiNi^xiAL; 
SUxiVjiYOR Oii.iiHAL: 

iaMS£.^ 0£' THii STATi) iiOARD OF iiQUALISATIOK. from each 
of the ij^our Equalization Districts in the State; 

UNIT-iD STATjIS SiliATOR; 

hit^R^ 0^' THi HOUSii Oj?^ xiiiPiiiSMTATIYKS, from each of 
the eleven Congressional Districts in the State; 

STAT^ SiilNATOH from each of the following twenty sena- 
torial Districts in the State: Second, Pourth, Sixth, iiighth. Tenth, 
Twelfth, Pourteenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-second, 
Twenty- fourth, Twenty-sixth, Tweaty-ei^th, Thirtieth, Thirty-second, 
Thirty-fourth, Thirty-sixth, Thirty-ei^th, and Fortieth Districts. 

Ueaber of the Assembly from each of the Eighty Assem- 
bly Districts in the State; 

SUPilRmTilNDjS^T OP PUBLIC INST.iJCTION; 
OHIiP JUSTICji OP mA SUPHrili; COUHT 
(Unexpired term, ending January 3, 1927) 

xVO ASSOCIATE JUSTIGiiS OP THE SUPx-ffi^ui COURT (Pull Term) 

ASSOGIATj; justice op the SUPRELIE COURT 
(Unexpired term, ending Jannary 3, 1927) 

ASSOGIAIE justice op TM supreme COURT 
(Unexpired term, ending Januaiy 8, 1923) 

PRckilDIKa justice op the district COURT 0? APPEAL 
PIi^T APPELLATE DISTRICT, Division 0-e, (Pull Term) 

PRESIDING JUSTICE OP THE DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL 
THIRD APPELUTE DISTRICT (Unexpired term.Ending 

January 5, 1931) 

ASSOCIATii JUSTICE OP THE DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL 
SECOND APPELLATj:. DISTRICT, Division One, (Pull Term) 

ASSOGIATii JUSTICE OP THE DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, 
THIRD APPELLATE DISTRICT (Pull Term) 

JUDGE OP THE SUPERIOR COURT in each of the respective 
counties of ALAMEDA, PRES^iO. GLENN, KERII, LOS AI^GELES, UADEi^, RITER- 
SIIE, SAII 3Ex^iA.iDrW0, SAl-I DIEGO. SAli PitAHCISCO, SAIITA CLARA, SHASTA, 
STAKISIAUS and TULARE, the number to be elected to such office in each 
of said counties in which such election is to be held, both for the 
regular term thereof and for the unexpired term thereof, being such 
as is prescrioed by the Constitution and laws of this State; 



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JUSTIGil Oil' BiE P2A0S ia each of the counties and town- 
ships in the State, the nuaber to be elected to each office in 
each of said count les and townships being such as is prescribed 
by the laws of this State; 



ALdU sucn kitate uoanty, townsnip. district and 
offices as are provided by law lo be filled at such elect 



district and other 
ion. 



I further proclaim that at said election there will also 
be submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed Constitu- 
tional ameadments, bond acts, questions, propositions, initiative 
measures and acts suspended o; referendum, as are required to be 
so submitted by the Constitution and laws of this State; 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars 
for the arrest and conviction of any and every persoa violating 
any of the provisions of Title IV, Part I, of the Penal Code of 
the State of California; such rewards to oe paid until the total 
amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sum of Ten 
Thousand Dollars. 

IN TESTIMONY rffiEHEOP, I, Wm. 
D. Stephens, as Governor of 
the State of California, have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
said State to be affixed at 
the City of Sacramento this 
eighth day of October, 1922. 




Secr^t^ry of State. 




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I. WILLIAM 1). STKPIIKNS. Governor of th.- State of California. .1<> her-liy proi-laiin that a general 
.lection will he held throusrhoiit said State on TIP^SDAY. THK SHVKNTH DAY OF NOVEMUKR, 1922, 

at wlii'-h the follnwiin; offi.es nr<- to In- filled : 

GOVERNOR; 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR; 

SECRETARY OF STATE; 

CONTROLLER; 

TREASURER; 

ATTORNEY GENERAL; 

SURVEYOR GENERAL; 

MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, from ea.h of the Four E(inalization 
Districts in the StiHi' : 

UNITED STATES SENATOR; 

MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, from .a.h of the Elev-n Congressional 
Districts ill the St.it.'; 

STATE SENATOR from . aeli of the followiiii: Tw.nty Sinatorial Distrii-ts in the State: Second, 
Foiirtli. Sixth. KiL'hih. Tenth. Twelfth. Foiirteenlh. Sixtcntli, Ki-rht.'.iith. Tw.nti.-th. Twenty-second, 
Twenty-fourth. Twenty-sixth. Tweiity-eijilith, Thirtieth. Tiiirty-sei-oinl, Thirty-fourth, Thirty-sixth. Thirty- 
eighth, and Fortieth Districts. 

MEMBER OF THE ASSEMBLY trom ea -h ot tiie Kitihty Assemhly Districts in th.' State: 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION; 

CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT Inexpircd Term, cndint: January :}. 1927 i ; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT iFuU Term i : 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT Inexpind Term, ending' January S, l!).':}' ; 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT Unexpired Term, ending January i. 1927): 

PRESIDING JUSTICE OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
Division One Full Term • : 

PRESIDING JUSTICE OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD APPELLATE DISTRICT 
' I'iiexi>ired Terni. ending January .">. 19-il ; 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL. SECOND APPELLATE DIS- 
TRICT, Division One Full Term i ; 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD APPELLATE DISTRICT 
(Full Term I ; 

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT in each «f the respective counties of ALAMEDA. FRESNO. 
(iLKNN. KKK.V. LOS ANciELES. MADERA. RIVERSIDE. SAN BERNARDINO. SAX DIEtiO. SAN 
FR.\.\< ISCO, SANTA (LARA. SH.VSTA. STANISLAIS and TI'LARF:. the numher to he elected to stich 
ofHce in eaeh of said counties in which such election U to he held, hoth for the rcirular tenn thereof and for 
the unexpired term thereof, heinir sueh as is prescribed liy the Constitution and laws of this State: 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE in each of the counties and townshii>s in the State, the numher to he elected 
to eaih ot!ice in eaeh of said i-ounties and townships heing such as is prescribed hy the laws of this State: 

ALSO sueh state, county, township, district and other offices as are provided hy law to be filled at 
such eleetion. 

1 further proclaim that at said election there will also be submitted to the vote of the electors .such 
proposed Constitutional amendments, bond aets. .piestions. propositions, initiative measures and acts suspended 
by referendum, as are required to be so submitted by the Cimstitution and laws of this State: 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars for the arrest and conviction of any and every 
person violating any of the provisions of Title IV. Part I. of the Penal I'odc of the State of laliforuia: such 
rewards to be paid until the total amount her.-after exi>en<led for the purpose reaches the sum of Ten 
Thousand Dollars. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I. William 
I). Stephens, as (iovernor of the State 
of California, have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the (Jreat Seal of 
the saiil State to be affixed at the 
City of Sacramento this 8th day of 
October, 1922. 





Governor. 



Attest : 



/^ / Secretary of Sute. 



PBQC]LA MATTQN . 



Be it Known that ^iday, October 27, 19^ will 
be NAVY DAY, and will be observed as such throu^out the 
United States. All loyal citizens are proud of the 
achievements and the personnel of the American Navy, which 
constitutes the first line of defense of the Nation. It 
has been foremost in defense of the peace of the Nation 
and is a pioneer in carrying out the policy of world dis- 
armament. 

I deem it proper, therefore, to appeal to all 
loyal citizens of California to join in the observance of 
NAVY MY, i?riday, October 27. 1922. aod to cooperate in 
the effort to maintain the United States Navy as an effi- 
cient and dependent arm of defense and to emphasize the 
mutual dependence of the Navy and the people of America. 



(ioveraor of Udiifornla. 



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P R C L A U A TI r. 

'flHSHSAS, the sixth annual roll oall of the Araerodn 
Hed Cross will be started November 11 throuehout the 
United States for the enrollnient o members and the 
revivin£ of interest in the aims and aohievements of the 
Ameriosn -"^ed ^ross during peace and rar, and 

WHHIRSAS, Hovember l£th is to be observed as ^ed 
'^ross Sunday, v.'hen it is proposed to hold suitable Hed Gross 
exercises in all churches and places of worship in 
furtherance of the National movement to maintain the ^^ed 
i^ross as a great, efficient organization to relieve and 
prevent suffering at heme and abroad, and 

WH2HSA3, the citizens of California recall rith 
grateful remerr.be ranee the heroic work of this benefictent 
organization during the -orld '..ar, and the loyal service it hat 
rendered since that great conflict , in bringing comfort and 
care to disabled veterans in hospitals and safeguarding the 
families of these men from worry and privation, as vrell as the 
yeoman service it is performing in the preservation of the 
public health and extending relief to victims of disaster at 

home and abroad, 

SOW Ta3?jiF0R3, I , Wm. D. STEPHSITS, aovernor of 
California, having a sincere appreciation of the msny-sided 
service of the American ^ed Cross and desiring to place 
California in the front rank of the States in its loyal 
support of the American "ed Cross, do hereby urge all 
citizens of California to enroll themselves as Red Cross 
members ahd to cooperate heartily to the end that its en- 



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rollment may be greater and more efficient than ever. 
I DO HER33Y TURTHEH PR03LAIM, Sunday, ITovember 
12, 1922, as ^e* Cross Sunday in California and urge all 
ohurohes and religious organizations to devote that day 
to the advancement of the American Red Cross by suitable 
exercises and addresses in connection with the regular 
religious services. 




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if'Hiil^LiAS, oatarday, the 11th day of r.ove.ioer, 19L2, 
will be the fourth anniversary of the sip-ning of the 
i^rmistice which terminated the ^reat i/orld ./ar and marked 
the triamph of dejiocracy over autocracy, and 

imiiHiiAi, the American iixpeditionary j'orces by t:ieir 
splendid offensive delivered at a .aost critical tiae, con- 1 
triouted in a lar^-e .-.leasure to the victory and thus saved 
the institution of free 'aovernaent, justice and huiaanity 
from the .;iost aeadly peril known in the history of civil- 
ization, and 

./liiHi^Ai, the People of California in full apprecia- 
tion of the tremendous significance this day oears to the 
^erican llation have decreed that Armistice Day shall be 
a legal holiday, 

IIOJ i'Eill^^OHii, I, '.ul. D. 3r.:?H^I3, governor of Calif- 
ornia, believing it to be of the utmost importance that 
the people of this commonwealth shojld keep alive the 
memory of this aioaentous event in human history, and by so 
doing further emphasize the principles upon which this 
oovernaent is founaed, as well as in grateful recognition 
cf the valor and unselfish heroism displayed oy those who 
served to maintain those principles, I do hereby urge upon 
all citii^eas of California to oosex-ve Armistice Day as a 
legal holiday in a manner befitting the solemnity of the 



occasion. 



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.I'-LLnL^^D, Z\e Hofiorujle .i'arren 0. ll^rdlnt'. President of 
tlie Uai-ted Jtates lias a.)00Lnted riiursda; , . ->ve .jer 30th, "as 
a day of thaa^-sjlvLfij, su^-lLcat Ion, and Qevjtlou," and 

.j'iilLAJ. It devolves upon ue as :k)vei'njr of the Jt_:te of 
California to prjolai-a that day as rhan.cs^jLvi.nf; Day through- 
oat thi.s otate, ar.d 

.r.IEHEAo, t'le .00 le of Oaliforr.ia liave orofj.nd reason 
to rejoice uun oe jratefiil for a coiittit i.OL of prosoerity which 
is unparalleiea in ever; departjieut of auaan life, and which 
has .aaae :his otate one of the .lost favoreu of rrovidence aaong 
the coauionv/ealths of this ^reat .;at ion, 

i.u.i I'l, ■i-i,.r''^) I.., I, J.a. D. oteyhens, ajvern^r af tae Jtate 

of Galiforni.a do appoint anu set apart fhursday.l'ove.-ioer 30th, 

as Thanr.3{iivin{i Day and earnestly urge all citiaens to ooserve 

this day oy i^iviag thanks to ti:e ■yuer of all ^ood things for 

the oountifj.l jlessings he '..as oestov/ed upon us during the past 

year. 

I.; ,JITh-:-S3 :i:i:^^/, I have 

iiereunto set :iy hana and 

caused tiie Great 3eal of the 

State of California to ae 

affixea ti:is l..t:i day of 

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$tate 0f QTalifornia 

BE IT nTO"rN, that the Nation-wide oampaign to 
raise fiinds for the relief of the victims of the Smyrna 
disaster and other unfortunates in the Near East will 
be oonoluded on Sunday, December 3rd, 1922, by the Near 
East Emergency Jhmd Committee and affiliated organiza- 
tions, with the especial approval of the Honorable '.barren 
5. Harding, President of the United States. 

NOW THEREFORE, I desire to supplement my previous 
proclamation appealing to the oitiaens of California to 
join heartily in the relief of suffering humanity in 
this stricken area, by urgently calling upon all loyal 
Calif ornians to exert themselves to make this State's 
contribution worthy of the great heart of California. 




Sacramento 

November 2£th, 1922. 



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PHOGLAUATION. 

.TiIiiitiiAo. the Federal i3ureau of Sducation In coopera- 
tloa with the iaerican Legion ana the 'National Education 
Association is planning for the Nation-wide observance foij 
AkiHIGAlI iiDUGATIOi. ,a^^, December 3 to 9 inclusive, and j 
the Honorable ./arren G. Harding, president of the United ! 
otates has signified his intention to issue a proclaiaatioa 
urging the various States and Territories to join in the 
general ooservance of this Week, ana 

iTi:iR.Li3, it is Oi the utmost importance to the wel- 
fare of California and the Nation at large that those 
phases of education relating to Americanism, citizenship, 
patriotism, the needs of teac;hers and schools, the proolem 
of illiteracy, equality of educational opportunity, hy- i 
giene and physical education be especially emphasized at 
this time, and 

.iHiiiiWj, the ooservance of ALuiHICAN ilL'OATIOii i/EiiK 
in California in 1921 was conducive of excellent results 
in the quickening of the public interest in educational 
matters and particularly matters affecting education in 
Americanism and citizenship, 

N0.7 THiiiiif^Oiti, I, iLu, D. STjiHljiliiS, Governor of 
California, desiring to emphasize the puolic responsibi- 
lity toward matters of education and the teaching of 
Americanism, do hereby proclaim Decemoer 3 to 9 inclusive, 
ALiljiHIGAN filXJCATION .GiK in California, and I do hereby 



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urge all educational agencies, all civic and business 
organizations, the Press and the Pulpit in California to 
observe aUa^ THAK iiDuGATIO.; ^rjiSK by proper exercises, 
publication, and public addresses. 




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I. nLLlAM D. 87-PH^:Uf!, COTernor of tho i^taf of Callfo^nij, 
ao hereby prool»>lm nr^ order that a aprolHl elootlon ahull be 
held on the 9th day of January. 1923. In the vip^h COHG^^-S.ION- 
AL ^l:rTRi:T Of this Btnte to fill the Teoonoy In the offlo of 
Ilepreeentatlve to the :om-re.B of th4 United : tatea fro« said 
?lfth ConpreBBlonal ;l8trlot oauaed by the denth of John I. 
Ilolun. for the unexpired tern, oxolrlng the 4th of 'inroh. 1923, 
and Blso a epeclal elootlon to be held on tho Bnno dnte of 
January 9th. 19r.3. to fill the Taoanoy In tho aeld offloe of 
Hecreeentetwe from th« shI^ /Ifth -,on..re8 8lon.'il :)lotrlot. 
OHuaed by the death of th. eal ; John !. rol«n. for the full 
ter-, of tro year-?, be? Inning :.'» roh 4th. 1923. 

„;b I ^0 ff7.^;;jY offer a re- urd of Jno -iunired (100) DOLL.ar 
for the arrest and oonvlotlon of any and ov^ry neroon Tlolatlnj 
any of the prorlalons of Vltle iV. i'.rt I. of the : cnal :ode; 
9U0h revmrd to be paid until the tot^l %^.ount horenfter ex- 
pended for the purpose renohra the «uTi of Ten Thousand 

(10,000) T^ollars. 

in ^ITn^^Tj •1T'"^''0F, I hare 
hereunto sot my hand and 
o^ueed th -^reat oal of 
the State of Jallfornla V> 
be affixed this uth day of 
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ilUZHEAS, I, ifia. D. Stephens, Governor of the State 
of California, did heretofore and on the 6th day of 
Dooo.-nber, A. D. 19^2, ciake and issue a certaia nroolaoa- 
tion and order that a special election shall be held on 
the 9th day of January, 19i^, in the jUfth Con^-reasion^ 
jiatrlct of this State to fill the vacancy in the office 
of iiepresentative i.. tlio Cop[:re3s of tlie United States 
from said j'ifth Congressional District caused by the 
aeath of Jolin !• Ilolan, for the unexpired tera, expiring 
on the 4th of l^rhh, 19^; and also a special election 
to be held on the sane date of January 9th, 19:::3, to 
fill the vacancy in the said office of iiepresentative from 
the said Jj'ifth Con^jressioaal District, caused by the death 
of the said John I. liolan, for the full tera of two years, 
beijinniQ{; Uurch 4, 19U3; and 

i/lLHiiiiii, it now appears that the public interest 
will oe promoted by deferring the time of said elections; 

NOu TIEffi:ifX).£, I, ..U. D. STEPFuillS, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby rescind , vacate, and set 
aside 30 nuich of said proclaniation and order as fixes and 
appoints January 9th, 19^, as the date upon which said 
ipccial election shall be held, and do hereby proclaim aod 
order that a special election sliall be held on the UJrd 



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day of January, 19ii3, in the Fifth Congressional Dis- 
trict of this State to fill the vacancy in the office of 
Representative to the Congress of the United States from 
said Fifth Cjngressional District caused by the death 
of John I. Nolan, for the unexpired term, expiring the 
4th of March, 19<^; and also a special election to be 
held on the same date of January <i3rd, 19<^, to fill the 
vacancy in the said office of Representative from the 
said Fifth Congressional District, caused by the death 
of said John I. Nolan, for the full term of two years, 
beginning liarch 4, 19ii3. 

AND I DO HKRRiff offer a reward of One Hundred (100) 
D0LL-<iK3 for the arrest and ©on^iction of any and every 
person violating any of the provisions of Title lY, Part 
I, of the Penal Code; such reward to be paid until the 
total aaount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches 
the sum of Ten Thousand (10,000) Dollars. 

IH .VITNiiSS .THEREOF. I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 13th day of 
December, 192ii. 



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I w:i. D. 3ri:?UilKn, Governor of ti.e otate of 
California, do hereby proclaim and order that a s.^ooial 
election shall be held oi the Thirtieth day of Jur.uar;- 

13L^. m the 3r:vi:i.Ti::c:,rH siiUnTGHUL li-tmc: of this 

itate to fill the vacancy in the office of :5enator from 
said SvyvuTKKIITU f,EIJATORIA^. UlSTHlCr oaobed hj the death 

of Senator ii. -'. Flgdon. 

A::r I lO HBHSB^ offer a reward of One Hundred 1133) 

D0LLA?.3 for the arrest and conviction of any and every 
person violatinp any of tne ^rovi8ionB of Title IV, fart 
I, of the i'onal Ooee; euch rewards to V>e pr.io until the 
total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches 
the sum of Ten Thousand 113,003) L'Ollare. 









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hereunto set m^- hand and 
caused the -reat foel of the 
i;tate of Cclifomia to be 
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Proolaination by the Goremor, proclaimlrg the due adoption 
and ratification by the People of the State of California 

of that certain Act ei.titled: 

"An Act to authorize the creation of a debt or debts, 
liability or liabilities, ti.rcugh the issuance 
and sala of state bonds, for the single ob;ect of 
creating a flind to carry on the operations of the 
•veterans' welfare board in accordance vd.th ti:e 
previsions of the Calif crnia veterans' welfare 
act enacted at the forty-fourth session of the 
legislature of the State of Califcrnia, and also 
in accordarioe with the provisions of the veterans' 
faxE ar.d hone purchase act exacted at the forty- 
fourth session of the legislature of the State of 
California, or either of theia enacted at the 
forty- fourth session of the le^slature of the 
State of California, and of any and all acts 
aniendatory or supplemental to said acts, or either 
of them; to provide ways and means, exclusive of 
loai». for the payment of ti-S interest of siich 
debt or debts, liability or liabilities, as such 
interest fiillB due. and also for the payraeLt and 
discharge of the principal of such debt or debts, 
liability or liabilities, as such principal matures; 
to create a veterans' welfare finance cormittee 
tha members of which are to serve without ooa- 
penaation; to define tha powers and duties of 
•aid veterans' welfara finance oommlttes and of 
olher state oifloers in relation to this aot; to 



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appro priat. money for tii. •xperea of preparing 
and of advertising ti* eala of the bonds herein 
authorized to be issued; and to provide for the 
BubniBBion of thiB aot to a vcte of the people 
at me geiBral election to be held in the month 
of Hovember, 192£," 
approTed June 1. 1921; and proclaiming the eaid Aot. and 
each and all the proviaiona tb.ereof. to be in full force 
ar:d effect and irrepealable until ti^ principal and 
interest of the liabilities therein created shall be paid 
and discharged. 



State of California 



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Bx»outlT« Department.) 

liiERBiS, tka l.glBlature ol the State of 
CaUfomia at it. regular eeealom ooDMnolr^ on tl.e 3r4 
day of Jan^ry. 1921. did duly ar.d resularly paaa a 
certain aot er.tltl.d: -in iLot tc authorize tn. oreatlo. 
Of ade^t or deMa. liability or liabiliti.a, ti-.rcugh the 
isauano. ard aal. of state bond., icr tl.. .i>«l. objeot 
of creating . land to carry on the operation, of tb. 
Teteran.' welfare l.oard in acoordar.o. with the pron.lon. 
of the OaUfomia Teteran.' welfare act er.aot.d at th. 
rorty-fcurth ae^aion of the legialature of the S'^t. of 
CaUfornla. and alao in .cocrd«=ce ,1th *.e provision. 
of the Teteran.' farm and hone puroha.. ~>t enacted at 
th. forty-fourth ae.aion of the laglalat^e of the Stat. 
Of California, or aither of t>«m er.acted at th. forty- 
fburtt ....ion of th. Lglalatur. of th. Stat, of 




California. aiA of any and all act. amendatory or .upple- 
mental to aaid aota, or either of them; to provide ways 
and mean., exoluaive of loan., for the payment of tfca 
interest of suoh debt or debts, liabililgr or liabilitlea. 
M .uoh interest falls due. and also far the payn.nt arid 
discharge of the principal of suoh debt or debts, liabilitj 
or liabilities, as such principal matures; to oreata a 
Teterans« welfare £in«iae oommittee tha numbers of which 
are to serva without compensation; to define the powers and 
duties of said TSterans* welfare fir^ce conmittee and of 
other state officers in relation to this act; to ^propriats 
money for the expense of preparing and of advertising tha 
aale of the bonds hsreixx authorised to be issued; and to 
pro^de for tha submisaion of this act to a vots of the 
people at the general election to be held in the monti. of 
Hovember. 19EE,- #iioh said act was duly approved on June 

1, 1921; anA 

IBBBBIS, Mii "t prc-rtd.. teat th. sam* !>• 

.utmltfd to th. P.0P1. 01 tt. Stat. 01 oalilornl. tor 
tt.lr ratifloation at tti. g«ieral al.otion to t» bli U. 
th. »onth 01 i.o..»b.r. A. ».. W22. -* «-* *»• «"""' 
.hall inolud. th. .ubmla.lon ol .aid *.t to th. P.opl.. 
„ alcr..aid. in hi. prool«.tlon calUng lor said g«.ral 

election; and. 

IHBRSAS. tha Secretary of State did causa ths 
^4 act to be duly publishad for th. U- and in tha 
«.n.r therein provided, sx^ in accordance ^th «^d act 

^4 as provided by section 1 of artial. If I of th. 

constitution of the State of California; and 



1HBRSA.3. pTiTBuano* to th« term* and provisioM 
Of Bald aot aal pureuant to law. Ita QoTsrnor of tha 
State of California did duly inoluda in hi. proolamation 
calling aaid general eleotion aforesaid, the BubmiBSlon 
of aaid aot to liia People of the State of California 
and the aaid aot was duly auhmitted to tha People of 
the State of California in accordance with the term. 
thereof for their ratification at the aaid general 
eleotion held in the month of Bovenber. A, D. . 1922; and 

WHBREAS. pursuant to the tenae and proviBions 
of said aot BxA pursuant to law tha ^tea for aid against 
•aid aot were counted, returned. oanTaesed and declared 
m all respect, a. provided hy sal d act and by law; and 

WHBHEAS. tha said aot did recelre in favor 
thareof a majority of all the votes oaat for «d against 
it at said eleotion aforesaid, and thereupon did become 
and now 1. in fall fcro. and effeot a. tiierein provided. 
and irrepealable until the principal and interest of the 
li.bllitie. in and by .aid aot created shall be i^id and 
discharged; and tha said aot further provided that liia 
Governor .hall make proolanation thareof; 

BOi. 2.ER£F0R:i, I, IILLI^ »• STEPHKNS, Governor 
Of the State of Calif crnla, pursuant to «.d in accordant 
With the term, and provisions of said act. do hereby 

proclaim:- 

,IBSI> a-t in «oord«o. -Ith that obtain ao* 

,„tltl.d: -An A.t t. author!., ti- «"«.» of a 4.».t or 

t,«.. liaklUt, or U->lXltl.., t^"U8»> th. l.«.ano. -.4 

^. Of .tat. l,cni.. for th. .ln«l. -).ot ot or..tln« • 

*^ to »rr, OB 11.. .p.ration. of th. T.t.r»n.- ^lUx» 



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t>oard m aooordmoe with tii« proviaiona of th« Californi* 
T»teran8' welfare aot •naoted at tli« forty-fourth ■•aaion 
of tha legialatura of tha State of California, and alao in 
aooordanoe with tha proidaiona of tha veterana* farm and 
home purohaae act anaoted at the forty-fourth aeeaion of 
tha legialature of the State of California, or either of 
them enacted at the forty-fourth aesBicn of the legislature 
of the State of California, and of any and all acta anand- 
atory or aupplonental to aaid acta, or either of them; to 
provide waya and meana, exclusive of loana, for the payment 
of the intereat of such deht or debta. liability or liabil- 
itiaa, aa aach interest falls due. and alao for tha paynient 
and discharge of the principal of such debt or debta, 
liability or liabilities, aa auoh principal naturea; to 
create a veterana* welfare fl nance committee the meinbera of 
liiioh are to aerve without compensation; to define tha 
powera and dutiea of aaid veterans* welfare fl.nanoe 
committee and of other state officers in relation to this 
act; to appropriate money for the expense of preparing and 
of advertising the sale of the bonds herein authorised to 
ba isauad; and to provide fcr the submisaion of thia aot to 
a vote of tha people at tha general election to be held 
in the month of Hovenber. 1922,- approved June 1, 19a. tha 
secretary of State of t^.e Stat, of California did cause the 
said aot to be duly publishad for the time ar.d in the 
..^ner ttierein provided, and in accordance with aaid aot aa 
provided by aection 1 of article 171 of the Conatitution of 
the State of California; 

SKCOHD: That in accordance with the terns and 




proviaione of said aot hereinbefbre referred to, and herain- 
after set forth, the Governor of the State of California 
did duly include in hifl proolanation oalling said general 
eleotion, to be held and vdiich waa held on the 7th day of 
Hovember, A. D. , 192E. the aubmlBeion of said aot to tha 
People of the State of Caliibiiiia, and the said aot «a8 
duly submitted to the People of the State of California, In 
aooordanoa with the terms thereof, for their ratifioation 
at the said general election .0 held on the 7th day of 

November, A. D«, 19£2; 

ffiIRD; That pursuant to the terms and provis ioni 
of said act, and purs-aant to law. th. votes cast for and 
against said act were oounted, returned, oanvassed and 
declared in all respecte as provided by said act and by law. 

2X)URm: That the said aot did receive in favor 
thereof a majority of all the vote, oast for end against it 
at the election aforesaid, ard thereupon did become and now 
is in full force and effect, as in said aot provided, aid 
irrepealabla until tha principal and interest of the 
liabilities m and by said act created si^ll b. paid and 

discharged; 

PIPTH: That the said aot herein referred to is in 

tha words aid figures following to-wit: 



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Senate Bill No. 592. 



ra.ssfd the St-uate April 21, 1921. 



Secretary of the Senate 



Passed the Assembly April 28. 1921. 



Chief Clerk of the Assembly 



This bill was received by the Governor, this- 



dav of A. D. 1921, at o'elock.-.M. 



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.-1)1 'uf t.' iiiiUin--.:i //• i:;-il ■,,: '■/' (. <!'('' ".■ '/' V.v, t:ii!'ililii 
or liabilitiis. through the issiMwe and ioU of state honcU. 
for the single object of creating a fund to carrii on the 
ofK rations of the vet trans' welfare board in accordance 
inth the provisions of the California veterans' welfare art 
(wicted at the forty-fourth session of the legislature of the 
State of California, and also in accordance u-ith the pro- 
visions of the veterans' farm and home purchase cut 
( narted at the forty-fourth session of the legislature of th, 
State of California, or either of thrm enacted at the forti/- 
fdurth session of the legislature of the State of Califurnie^. 
and of ami and all acts am^ndatorii or suppkmetttal to 
said acts, or either of thtm: to prci-ide uai/s and 
in-ans. exclusive of loans, for the payment of the int/resl 
of sK'h d(bi or debts, liahililii or liabilities, as such interest 
falls due. and also for the ;k7v»i< uf and discharge of the 
princi/ml of such debt or d^bts. liability or liabilities. «- 
s'ich principal matures: to create a veterans' welfari 
finance committee the members of u-hich are to serve with- 
out compensation: to define th-e lyowers and duties of said 
viterans' welfare finance committee and of other stati 
officers in relation to this act: to appropriate money for 
the expense of preparing and of advertising the sale of the 
bonds herein authorized to be issued: and to provide for 
the submissieni of this act to a vote of the people at the 
genereU election to be held in th^ month of Xovembtr. 



The people of tin State of Califoinij do enact as follows: 

S>e<;ti<)N 1. For th.' iiurpii.c <>i I'taiiny; a fuiiil ti) carry 
ou the opi-rations of tlip vctemns' ".velfare lioard in at-iordance 
with the provisions of the Califoruia veterans' welfare act 
enacted at th<> fortj--fourth session of the legislature of the 
folate of ra!if.)riiia. and also in aeoordanee with the provi- 
sions of the veteran^' farm ami home purchase act enacted at 
tlie forty fouith session of tlie lefjislatiire of the State of Cali- 
fornia, or either of them enacted at tile forty-fo^irth session 
of the legislature of the State of ('alifoniia. and of any and 
all acts auieiulatury or suppleuieiital to saiil acts, or either of 
them, till- vrterans* welfare hnanee committee created by this 
act sljall be and it hereby is aiithori;ced and emptiwered to 
crcat" a debt i^r d'lts. liability or Habilitic-. of the Slate of 
California, in tlie uiauiier and to the extent hereinafter pro- 
vided, but not otherwise, nor in exuesct thereof. 




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Sr,- ■' \fter t1u> issuiinco of tho i)roi-lain;itii.n of the '^'ov- 
ernor 'p'rovid.-tl for in soctioii sixt.'.'U of this a.t, and nnine- 
(liatrlv after adoption of any rcsohition liy th.' vitt-rans wel- 
fare iiuanee eoiuniitteo heiel.y ereated. provided for in sec- 
tion eleven .>f tliis a.-t. tiie state treasurer shall i.npare the 
requisite niunber of suitable lH)nds of the denomination ot 
one thoiwind dollars in aeeordaiu-e witli the speeiheations 
contained in such resolution. The a-^nvtrate par value ot all 
bonds issue.l under this act shall not exeeed the sum of ten 
million dollars, and the bonds issued under any sueh res..lu- 
tion shall bear interest from the date of is.sua nee ot said 
Iwiids to the date of nmturity thereof, at a rate to be deter- 
mined bv the said veterans' welfare liranee eomm.tte. and 
. specified" in sueh resolution, but in no case exceedm- six per 
eeni per annum. Uoth priueipal and interest slm 1 be pa> - 
able in -old coin of the Tnited States, of the present suindard 
.,f value, at the office of the state treasurer, or at the ofhce o 
iu dulv auth.orized a-eut of the state treasurer, and shall 
bes^, payable at the times speeilied iu said resolution or reso- 

^""Crbonds issued under this aet shall bear the signature of 
the .'overnor and the facsimile eountersiirnature ot the con- 
troller and sh.iU be endorsed by the state treasurer either by 
orijrinal si^-nature or by sisrnatnre stainp adopted for earh 
nartieula • bond issue under this net. and the said b..nds shall 
be siL-ned. countersigned and endorsed by the offi-ers who 
shall be in office on the date of issuanee thereet •"" "="4' J^^ 
said iK.nds .hall bear an impress of the preat seal -^f ;'"?/^»«t> 
of ralifornia. The said bonds so signed. count.N.gned. 
end - ^'^1 and sealed, when sold, shall be and -'"^ )."^;;.; 
valid and bindin. obligation upon tl.e State ot f t"™ "; 
although the >:de thereof be made at a date or dates upon 
i 1 the offieers bavin-,' sitrncd. countersiszned and endorsed 
-1" 1 bonds or anv or either of said o<^eers. -ha!! have ceased 
^'l.e tile incumbents of the ■ Trices held by thein a the tune 
of si.-ninL'. eountersigninv'. or .ndorsing said bonds hach 
bond issued under this aet shall contain a clause or c lauses 
stating that interest shall cease to «-"'%^';X"t th s ae 
after the date of maturity thereot. an.l referring t . this au 
and to the resolution of the veterans' welfare tinance com- 
mittee hereunder bv virtue of wliieh said bond is isstietl. 

SEC 3 The requisite number of suitable inter.^t coupons 
appropriately numbered, shall W attaehed to each bond is.sued 
under this aet. Said interest coupons shal bear the tu- 
similo signature of the state treasurer who shad !>e in etnce 
on the date of is.suance of the bond to which said cou^wns 

'"''sKC^i A'l bon.ls issued under this aet and sold shall be 
deemed to have been called in at their respective dates of 



maturity and the state treasurer shall, on the respeetive dates 
of maturity of said bonds, or as soon thereafter as said 
matured bonds are surrendered to him. ]>ity the same out of 
the proce -ds of the eontroller's warrants drawn in his favor 
as 



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s provided in section five hereof and perforate the bo;uls so 
,.aid with a suitable device in a manner to indicate such pay- 
ment and the date thereof. He shall also, on the said respec- 
tive dates of maturity, cancel all bonds bearinc said dates of 
maturity and remainini; unsold, by perforation with a suit- 
able device in a manner to indicate such eaneellation and tli>J 
date thereof. The provisions of this section >ha;i be appli- 
cable also to the interest coupcms pertainin<r to the bo-ids 
authorized by this act to be issued, and shall be applicable, 
as far as praetii'able. to any duly authori;-. ed agent of the 
state treasurer. 

Ski-. .^. There is hereby appropriated from the general 
fund in the state treasury such sum annually as will be ne.'cs- 
sary to pay the jirineipal of and the interest on the bonds 
isstied and sold pursuant to the provisions of this aet. as said 
principal jukI interest l-eeoiiies d\ie and payable. 

There .shall be collected annually in the same mann.'r and 
at the same time as other state revenue is collected sueh a 
sum. in ad.lition to the ordinary revenues of the state, as 
shall l)e reipiired to pay the principal and interest on said 
bonds as herein provided, and it is hereby made the duty of 
all officers iharL'ed by law with any duty in retrard to the 
collections of said revenue, to d.i and perform each and ever\- 
act whii'h shall he necessary to eolleet sueh additional sum. 

On the several dates of maturity of .said prin. ipal and 
interest in each fiscal year, th' re shall be returned into tlie 
u'eiieral fund, in the state treasury, all of the moneys in the 
spe.-i;ie fund into wl:i li the pro ee-.is from t'l.- sale id' t"ne 
said bonds have been covered as herein prescribed, not in 
excess of the priiuii)al of and int"re.st on the said bonds 
then due and payable anil, in the event of such moneys so 
returned on .said'<lates of maturity being less than th' said 
principal and interest then due jmd pay.ible. th n the bd- 
anee remaining unpalil shall b' returned into the general 
fund in the state treasury out i>f said si>eeifii' fund as .soon 
thereafter as it shall become availibl.-. tog'-ther with interest 
thereon, from such dates of maturity until so returned, at 
the rate of five per cent per annum, compounded semi- 
annually. 

Both principal and interest of said bonds shall be paid when 
due u!>on warrants duly drawn azaiust said appropriation 
from the genera! fund by the controller of the state in favor 
of the .state treasurer rir iu favor of any duly authi>rized 
agent of the .state treasurer, upon demands audited by the 
.state board of control, and the moneys to be returned into 




the geuenil fund in the stato troasury piirsnant o IIk r 
visioiui of this sootion shall likewise be paid as l>«Ti''n l"""- 
vid«l upnii warrants duly drawn l.y the (•ontrollor of the 



demands duly audit<tl b 



state upon tleuianils duly auinuti vy the state l>o;u-d of 
eontrol. 

Skc. C. The sum of fifteen thousand di^Uars is hereliy 
api)ropriated out of any money in the st.tle treasurj- not 
otherwise aiiju-opiiattd to pay the expenses th.it may l>e 
iiiciirr.d bv the stiite ti-.-a-nirer in liaving said humls pre- 
jiaivd and "in advertising' their sale. Said amount shall be 
nfundid to tlu- geni'ial fund in the state treasury out of 
the ^^petifif funds into which tlie proeeeds from the sale of 
sai.l bcnil.s siiall be respeitively cover, d iu ae ordanee with 
the i)rovisions iif this act on iintniller's warrant d;ily drawn 
for tliat purjiose. 

.^KC. 7. \Vh(!i th.e bonds autimrizeil to l>e i.<sue.l under 
this act shall be duly executed, they shall be by the state 
trciisurcr sold at ;n;i'lic auction to the highest bidder for 
casli. in such parcels and numbers as the .said treasurer 
>hall be directed by the governor of the state, under sral 
tlier.of. lifter a resolution rcincstinf^ such sale shall have 
been adopted by the veterans' welfare l>oard and approved 
liy the "rovcrnor v'i tiie state: lint said treasurer must reject 
aiiy and all bids for .-aiil bonds, or for any of tluiii. which 
shall be b.!ow the par v.iiue nf s;iid bond-; si otTercd idus 
the interest which has accrued thereon between the date of 
sale and the last preceding' intenst maturity dirte; and 
witli the approval of the governor, h.i' may from time to time, 
by public announcement at the place and time fixed for the 
sale, continue .such sate, as to the whole of the bonds offeriil. 
or any part thereof offered, to such time and plai-i> as lie 
may select. Before offeiiii": any of said bonds for sale the 
saiil treasurer shall detach therefrom all eoujions which have 
matured or will mature before the day fixed for such sale. 

Sec. 8. Ilue notice of the time and place nf sale of all bonds 
must be eriveii by said treasurer by pidilicatii.n in one news- 
paper pnblishr.l in the city and county of >^iu Fran is,-o .lul 
also by publicaficn in one iiewsjoaper juiblishrd in the city 
of Oakland and by publii-ation in one newspaper published 
in the city of I,as Aiii:cle-i and by publication in one news- 
paper pulilisiicd in the city of Sacraimnto once a week dur- 
in<; four weeks iirior to such sab-. In addition to the notice 



hist al'.ove provided for. the state trea>ur.T may give 



such 



further notice as he may deem advisable, but the expen.se 
and cost of such additional notice shall not exceed the sum 
of five hundred dollars for each .sale so advertised. The 
proceeds of tiie .sale of sii h b.mds and such amount as may 
have been paid as accrued interest thereon shall be forth- 
with paid over by said trea.surcr into the veteraiLs' welfare 



fund for land sett!-in"nt, or into the veterans' farm and 
home bnildinsr fund, as the ease may he, in aeeordanee with 
the re.wJntion of the veterans' welfare finance eomniittee. 
provided for in section eleven of thi^ act, by virtue of which 
resoluiion the said bonds shnll have b.-^en iv^urd, and must be 
used exelnsively to provide nsiful eniployment and the oppor- 
tunity to ac(|iiire farm hoin -s with profitable livelihood on 
the I.iiid for veterans and to provide for cooperation of the 
stnte with the agencies of the I'nited States engaged in work 
of .simil.ir character, ;;nd to furnish t.> veterans the oppor- 
tunity to purchase fanns, homes and home sites, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of the California veterans' wel- 
fare act and of the veterans' farm and home purehasr- act. 
or either of them, ;,nd of any and all acts amendatory or 
supplciii'iitnl to said tuU. or either of them: providid, that 
the said veterans' welfare board niu.st pay over to the aren- 
eral fund of the .stite from tlie proceeds of the sale of the 
bonds all money which has been heretofore or may be here- 
after appropriated and advanced out of the general fund 
in the state trea.sury fur the u.se of the said veterans' welfare 
Iward on condition that it shall be so paid over; ftrovidid, 
further, that the said veterans' welfare board may, out of the 
proceeds from the sale of said bond.s. pay all or any part of 
any indebtednes.s lnr.tofore by it incurn-d in accordance with 
law and remaining unpai>l. including the interest ac-rued 
thereon, unlesvs the rate of interest apjilung to such indebted- 
ness is less than tlie r;ite of intere.-t applying to the said 
bonds; and providrd, fuither, that tlie proceeds from the 
sale of s;iid lH)nds may be used to pay the debt created by 
the issuance and s^ile thereof. 

Sir. It. The vtcrans* v.eil'are board sliall be and hereby 
Ls authorize<l. with the approval of the state board of control. 
to iiivst an\ surplus mon-ys in any of the funds subject to 
or a|>t)ropriat -(l f -r its us- in lionds of the Tnited State.s, or 
of the State of California, or of the .several counties or munic- 
ipalities or other political subdivisions of the State of Cali- 
fornia, and to sell such Iwnds. or any of them, at the goveni- 
ing market rates, upon approval of the state board of control. 

8ec. 10. There is hereby ercal'd a veterans' welf.ire finance 
cnmniitfee (•ii:ii{>i)-ed oi' iiie governor, siate controller, state 
treasurer, chairman of the stat" hoard of control, and chair- 
man of the veterans' welfare board, all of whom shall serve 
thereon without compensation and a majority of whom shall 
lie empowered to act for said committee. The attorney gen- 
eral of the state shall he the leiral advisor of the veterans' 
welfare finance eomniittee. 

I'pon r'lpKst of the veterans' welfare hoard, supported by 
n stati im nt of the \)\:m.< and projects nf the veterans' welfare 
Iward with re.spect thereto, which statement shall designate 



i 




— 9 — 



_ 8 — 



' , „ot a bond issue luul-r I ... »;\\';^^„tio„. 

Sr:o. n. \^^'*'''*'\^T ' ,t 1 tlmt l.ona is.ue under this 
,„Ht.,. .hall have ^\''':-r, ;;V a.-,v s u-u plans a..,l proje;-ts 

^;nn;S"ti" t;;;.^;"'rnb;;i.^;:«itai,i/ ^..a ..an 

'T'^'lie a....v..,. .n,n.h.-,-. a,.-V...at. par valu. a„a the 
date of issi.anee of the bona, t^ be -«-|-,^^^,^^ ^„ ,„ ..^ed 
..i tl^^uS.; a^ n^^neneSenuenee of the bonds .uatunn, 
"S,:"Tltnv;^ ;:;S"n.;terest which the bona> to be issued 
sha'.i bear. «,,.nuenep amount or amounts, 

.„i S'e- i«:f:f =«".> o"i5;r .;,..... co„po„. ,., be 

maturity, the veteians ""^■"- ,„-,furitv of the revenues 
.niaea by the -":""';\,;:>;: ,; ^^.'t; S^^iard fro„, th.. pro 
c-stiinateil to aeerne to th. ^ '«"•»"; ^ j ^j,^,! fi^ and 

ieet or proj.-t-t. to be ^^^^'^^l^^J^^ n ^'leh nanner that, 
determine said dates and f "^'"' ■^,, " ,r"j;' ^,^^,t pavme-ts 
;o,.,b..r with the ^^ates and nmo . » ^.n.^ r^^.^ ^^^^^ 

on the said bona issue. the> hall o .m.u .^ ^^^,i,^,,ie. with 

,„. aab>. and amounts "^ -' '/^ ^^f , U,.\,,all mature not 
that the bonds first ^'^ '"«'" Vda e of is lanee th.reof: pro- 
later than five .vears tro-n tl e dal. ot .. specified 

•■"'^''- /"[''"■• ^ir Zir;;:Jr":ftima;;!r^^ annual inter- 
numeneal sequenee J «J y;,^ ,5,^ ,,„„ds last to mature .n 
-;Vi!:i SSi«;:'nS.;-"han forty-t^ve years fr.m the 

-S;^«Sr^;t^P'fb---,:^-;:;!;:,i;^^^^ 

„niferu. for all the bculs < Viw \ve fare fn.anee committee 
„,i,,od and fixed by the ^-.'""/.^^Vke'e- editions, but sball 
„.cordin.r to th ■ then i;:';''''^;,/ [;,,,, and the determina- 
in no ease exceed 'i'^,. 'Tsto the rate of interest .sball b-- eon- 
tion of said eomtiiittee as to iiu 



elusive as to the then prevailiiii; iiiark<-t euiiditions. The 
interest eoupous to be attii>-heil to the said bonds shall be pay- 
able at semiannual int.TVals from the dale of issuance of said 
b(iud>; j)iui-iil>il, that the interest eoupon first payable ma\-, 
if the veterans' welfare tinance emumittee shall so determine 
atid -peiify, be payabl- nne y^'ar after tlie date of issuance 
III «i)id bunds. 

Ski'. 12. All actual ainl neet-s'-ary e.\pen.ses of the veterans' 
weifarp tinanee committee and nf the membv-rs thi-reof shall be 
paid ('Ut I'f the fund into wiii<-h the prt'c-ds from the .sale 
of s.iid Ixinds shall be cov-red. upon approval of the state 
!n>aid of contrfd and on controller's warrant duly drawn for 
tiiat pun>os.-. and shall eoastitute e.xpen.s.>8 of the veterans' 
\ieli'iire biiard. 

Sec. 13. The state lont roller, the state trea-surer, and the 
veterans' welfare fiiianei' .ommittee shall kcp full and particu- 
lar a'count and record of all tli-ir proceedinsrs uridi>r this act. 
and they shall transmit to the governor au aiistraet of all such 
]iriie'edinus tliereiituier. with an annual report, to be by the 
governor laid before the legislature biennially; and all books 
aiiii papi-rs perraiuiistr to the matt'T pDvided for in this act 
shall at all tiin-s be tipen tii th. iii^p. ition of any party inter- 
e-t'-il. Hi- the governor, or th- attorney general, or a committee 
of cit'tier bran.-U of the 1 ••.'islature. or a joint eoinmittee of 
both, er any citizen of the state. 

SKf. 14. This act, if adopted by the p<*opb', shall take effect 
on the fifteenth day of November. l'.i:;2, as to all it> provisions 
e.xcept those rehsting to :uid necessary for its submission to 
the people, and for returning, cauva>»intr. and proclaiming the 
vctcs, a!id as to siiid except-d provisions this act shall take 
effect iiamediately. 

Si;c. 15. This act shall i.'C .submitted to the people of the 
Stat" of r'aliftirnia for th -ir raiifieation at the next general 
clectitn. to l>e h.-!d in the month of November. 1!'22. and all 
ballots at said election >hal! have printed therci'ii and in a 
squai'- theieof. th ^ v/ords: "For the vet'rans' welfare bond 
!)'•♦ of 1!'21." and in the same square undi-r said words th-' fol- 
i.e.vin;; in brevier type: '"This a<-t )'rovid'>s for a bond issue of 
ten niilli'.i; a"llnni to b" userl by the veterans' wi-lfar.- bnard 
ill .i->i>ting (.'aliior;;ia war veterans to acquire farms nr homes." 
Ill the sijuare immediately belmv the square containing such 
words, there -liall b.' i>riiited on said ballot the words : '' Aeainst 
the vi'teians' welfare bond act of iri21." and in th-' sain > square 
iii.ini(liat !y below said words ■"Asain^^t the veterans' welfare 
bond act of l'>21" in brevier type shall be printed "This act 
prnvjibs f r a bond issue of ten million dollars to be used by 
the veterans' welfare board in a-SNistinsr f'alifornia war veterans 
to ai-qnire farms or hum-'-." Opposite the words '"F'er th^ 

2— ^B 592 



— 10 — 

vot.-raus- w,.lfave bond a.t of 1021- and 'j/y^'I^ •^;!;J'^ 

•,ns' welfare »)ond act of 1!»-21." there shall be left spaus in 

i..hVh: voters n.ay plaee a eross in the manner re^mred 

l,v law to indieate whether they vote for or again>t said act 

a'nd those votinu for said aet shall do so by plaemu' a cross 

opposite the words -Kor the veterans" welfare bond act of 

Vm" and tht.se votini; asraiiist the said aet shall do so bj 

placing a cross opposite tlie words -Apainst the Y/erans 

welfan- bond act of 1921." The governor ot this state shall 

include the submission of thi-. act to the p-opb-. as aforesaid, 

in his jMoelamation eallin.: for said general election, 

Sfc Hi The votes cast for or asrainst this act shall be 
counted, returned and .'anvassed and deehired in the same 
manner and subject to the same rules as votes cast for state 
ofli.-ers: and if it appear that said act .shall have received a 
luaioritv of rll the votes <-ast for and au'ainst it at said ela- 
tion as" aforesaid, then the same shall have cfT.'ct as herein- 
before provided, and shall be irrep^alable until the pnii. ipa 
and interest of tb.e liabilities h.rein created shall be paid and 
dischar-ed. and the trovernor shall m.ike proclamation thereof : 
but if a majority of the votes east as aforesaid are against this 
act then the same shall be and beeoine void. 

Sec. 17. It shall be tlie duty of the secretary of state in 
accordance vdth law to have thi-- act publislied in at least one 
newspaper in each county, or city an^i • ounty. if one be pub- 
lished therein, throuu'h.int this state, for three rmnths next 
preecdiuff t!ie general election to be hold.'n in the month of 
November. 1922: the costs of publication sha'l be paid(>ut of 
the general fund, on controller's warrants duly drawn for that 
purpost^ and shall be refunded to the general f>ind cut of the 
veterans' welfare fund for laud settlement and the veterans' 
fann and home buildiinr fund jointly, ea-h of said funds 
sharing one-half of .said costs. Said refund shall be made 
upon coutn>!ler'.s warrants duly drawn against said funds for 
Siiid piirpase upo!i demands audited by the state board of 
control. 

Sec. 18. This act may be known and eited as the "vet- 
erans' welfare bond aet of 1921." 

Sec. 19. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with the 
provisions of this act are hereby repealed. 



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President of ihr Stnate 



Speaker of the Aatembly 



■^PP"""^*^ A. D. 1921. 



Governor 



U IITHESS «ESREC», I hare hereunto set my haxA 
and oaaeed to be affi-xed the Great Seal of Uie State of 
CaUfomia, at my offLoe in the State Capitol, 14ii« '^' 
day of Leoember, in the year of our Lord, On* Thouaand 



Bine Huidred and Twanty-t«J» 



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Governor o 
Calif or;Bla 



ATTSST: 




Secretary ox State 



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^tciU 0f QTalifornia 



P ?. C L ^ L A -' I i: 



■arliHiii.^, the toll taken in life and danage to 
pro port;/ triro;'^h traffic accidents is r-aching appall- 
ing proportions, and calls for the taost sober Gon3iu.er- 
ation of goverraental authorities and the public genirally 
in an effort to reduce this lojs to a nininuiii, and 

"3?IiHi-ii, the California A.^aociation of Highv;ay 
Patrolmen, composed of traffic officers en^-aged in the 
\70rlc of malcing the streets and highways safe for "traffic 
and pedestrians has selected the week of jecenaber Icsth 
to December 25th aa "jafety ij'irst aeek" in Jiaifori-ia 
for the purpose of emphasizing uhe need of grea'u«r pre- 
oauuions in H'r.e regulation traffic aiiC. the observa-nce of 
existing traffic laws, 

IIOU 2HJ:-JJ?0Ili, I, Vito. 1>. itephens, Governor of 
Oalifornia, believing iu to be highly essential t::at 
the lamentable ^'7aste of life and pro ^erty through traffic 
accidents, r/:.ich is a olat upon o-js civilization, be 
eliminated, I do hereby u.c3ignato December 13th to 35th 
a "jafety ?irst V/eek" in California an- I a peal to all 
omiers ana drivers of vehicles of all kinds to observe 
this week, and to make every effort to reduce the num- 
ber of traffic accidents by awakening the spirit of law 
observance on the ro-d, 

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CfBaeentttue g^Prt^^tntent 



§trtt« of California 



''.?2Zlf•^L '-VL^.C^lOU PROCLAIJATION 



I, WILLIAM T). ST':P!r.lIS, COTernor of the rtate of aalifornl^, 
do hereby proclaim and order that a spocial elootion shall he 
held on the 9th day of J-mnary, 1923. in the s-IPVH C0UGH:3SI0N- 
AL !)I?7RICT of this state to fill the veoonoy in the offlo of 
Ileprescntatlvo to the Gonfress of Xh* United Ltstea from said 
Fifth Jongreeslonal Jlatrlot oeused by the death of John I. 
Holan, for the unexoired tern, excirlng the 4th of rinroh, 1923j 
and also a special election to be held on the same date of 
Janunry 9th, 1923, to fill the raoanoy in the said offloo of 
RepreeentatlTe from the sali ?lfth ^onrresslonnl District, 
caused by the death of the sal: John !. ."Jolnn, for the full 
tern of two ye&rs, bejjlnnln^ L'uroh 4th, 1983. 

AND I DO Jl./r: Y offer a re'-ard of One Hundred (100) DOLL \RJ5 
for the arrest and oonvlotion of any and every person vlolatlni 
any of the proTlslons of Title IV, i'lrt I, of the l-enal 3ode; 
such revard to be paid until the tot»il amount hereafter ex- 
pended for the purpose reaches the sun of Ton Thousand 

(10,000) Dollars. 

in "T^'^^Tv ■■•n~H':':Oi\ I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
cauEPd th Oreat ieal of 
the State of California '^ 
be Ajfflxed this oth day of 
December, 19rr. 



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^<^ ^ '•t'^xAX^^yc'y-^^^'^iyC^^^ 



^■'-^'r^-^^-y 



state of (Crtllfornla 



SPECIAL i:'.ZC?I02: PEOCLAIiATIOH, 



I, '.v:^. D. STHPHK1I3, Governor of the otate of 
California, do hereby proclaim and order that a special 
election shall be held on the .hirtieth day of January 
1923, in the SrIVEllTEHIJTH SEIIATOHIAL DISTRICT of this 
State to fill the vacancy in the office of Senator from 
said SEV^INTIIKIITH SEEATORIAL PISTRIOT caused ty the death 
of Senator E. 3. P.ipdon. 

A.::V I TO HSP.SBTf offer a reward of One Hundred (133) 
DOLLARS for the arrest and conviction of any and every 
person violating any of the provisions of Title IV, i?art 
I, of the iPenal Code; such rewards to be p»\id until the 
total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaciies 
the sum of Ten thousand ilO.OOD) Dollars. 

Ill VVITSKPS WHZREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Jreat Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this / ^ '( «ay of 
December, 1922. 





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Seoretor5' of State 



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bXBCl r.Vi JFFICt 



G H HECKE DIRECTOR 
SACRAMKNTO 



QUARAIJTINS OHnKH HO. 41 
(with "jepuTutlone) 
Pertaininp to Citrue fhito Fllea 



vTESHi;\3, the fact hae been determined by the 
Director of Vfrrioulture that ar Irseot Irjurloue to oltrus 
a: d othor treee and olarte, kn^wn ae Dialeurodee o ltrifolii . 
V rpan, exiete in the Stitp of "lorlda, snd t^iat an Ineeot in- 
JurlouF to oitri-8 ol -intB and ot^ei treee and plinte Vnown ae 
oitruB w ite fly, ( PiaTeurodee oltri . Ashni.) le widely 
aiBtributed in and throuphout the Stit<=8 of North Carolina, 
iouth Caiolln**, Ceorrla, ^lorlda, \labvna, ?fleM elopl, loui- 
eiann >ind Toxua, all of whioh ar^* Inol Tided in and herelniftcr 
referred to ae the i- f'^etec! territory, und that the follo^^lnfr 
plantB, trooB, and orn anenlal mirPf^ri etook oro known hoetB or 
food ol ante of the ahoTO Tientloned irecote, to wit: 

Sitrxia (oranpe, lemon, oitron, frrapefn:! t, 

Icumq at, tanfwrine, and all other eoe- 
oiee oultiT'ited in \morloa) 

China tree {?Telia aiedorooh) 



Itabrelln China 
lifera) 
Capo 



'tree TTolia asedtraoh unbraon- 



Jecsamine ( ^'irdeniu J aaminoidee ) 
I'rivete (I lpuetr un sp.) 
Japan ?eriI^on T yioepyroe kaki ) 
T.llao ( 3y r 1 nga Bp.) 
Coffee ( Coffeu arabioa ) 
Priokly \Bh ('^lo nthoxyltm ol aro-heroulie ) 
7?lld PBrsimmon ( ■^iopp ' yroe Tirpiniana'l 
aiamanda { .VI a~. \rd i perTi 1*011 a } 
Ciiitirated ^'ear C^'^Jrur e'p.) 
Banan i eh rob fM' irno^l ■- fusoatun ) 
'OflMpranate f?un!oa granatiai ) 
Sallax ( Smllax »p.) 
Cherry Laurel ( V riaime laurooeraBuB ) 
^lld 01 Ire or d-'Yllwojd rogn'intV.ur an^ rioanue ) 
Viburnum (Vlburmrn nudtrn) 
Oreen veh ( ^raximue Vjyyeolat a) 

HOW, T! :?-i5F0":-:, it le declared neoeeear: In ordor to 
prerent the introduotion Into ilifornla of Dialeurodee oltri and 



pialearod es oltrlfolil that a quar-iTtlno be and the same l8 
hereby esTTblisfced at the bonndarlee of the :;tato of C ilif- 
ornia. In aooordanoe with the provisions of iieotion i.3iyb of 
the Political Code of the State of California, apainst all t3ie 
uboye named trees, plants, and orn^Jciertal nursery etook, or 
parte t} ereof , from the said lr.f<^'8ted territory, e xoept *und p 
and snbjeot to the followinp regulations. 

^eprulitlon !• Dormant nursery etook of the rerslmmon 
and pear Tirieties -ay be Importod into the Stat'j of California 
only upon oomolianoe with the following oo^ditlon8: Peraone 
oontemplatlng the importing or brinrln^ into the St-iln of 
Calif rnla of dorm-int nursery stock of the perslai-non or pear 
Torieties ftro^ the eoid infested territory dhal^ fl.st make 
'ipplloation to the 'director of Igrioiiltare for a p«r«lt to : o eo, 
stating In the applioition thp niao and ad^reee of the oxcorter,* 
t> e local it #hore the nursriry etoak vras rrown, the wjount of 
the Importation, the terminal point of d-llrery ar.d the name and 
■•-decrees of the i-troorter in the otnte of CiMfornla to whom the 
permit ehjuld be sent* 



:?egulation 2. 41 "« shipments of nureer; 
Bible undr the foregoing regul-ition -nust bo } eld 



stook admis- 

. -^ ,- by ooirmon 

csurrler agents a;, point of destination and not drlirered to 
consignee or agent until inspected and r':>leased by the 'director 
of Igrioulturo, hir do'utj or d-putios, or by a duly authorized 
state quor iT.tine guardlin. 



•-regulation Z, 
Simmon or pear rarletloe 
California froT the eaid 



411 donsant nurter;. etook of the per- 
Importert or brought into the 3tit<» of 
infested territory not ooT*-red b; a per- 



mit to iraport, ae provided in ''epulation 1, shall bo l-n edlately 



sent out of the Stai.*-' or 
of the owner, or owners. 



a-istvoyed , it the c "wlon 
hiF or tJ-.oir rosji oneible 



and exoerse 
■igonte. 



T^egtiT'itlon 4. \ny and all eJ'prnente of the host plants, 

trees, and orn-snorit-i"! nursory ftock, or ports thereof, qu-irintined 
against in t* is order, exoept hf provided for in ?egulation 1, 

arriving in CiMfornia ftrom the said infesto;^ territory shall 

be itnraed lately sent out of the 3t 't or destroyed at the option 

ar;d expense of the owner, or owners, his or their resoonrible 
age ntc • 

All deputies of the T^ireotor of 4grloulture and «11 
St ite quaror tl' c ruardians ar" > eroby empowered to carry .">ut all 
the provlsiont of this order* 



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The forep'oinp order does not apply to the experl- 
mente of the United States Departnent of Agriculture in the 
State of California. 

?hi8 order supersedee Quarantine Order No. 15 
issued AurJBt 30, ISlJi, Cuarantine Order No. 18, iseuc 
^ece■nher 17, 1912, «md Quarmtine Order No. 21, iasue' 
March 4, 1913, as amended NoveTiber 14, 1918, and eVa. Jce 

effect im-ned i ately . 



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DEPARTMENT' OF AGRICULTURE 

a H HECKE DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



AUKODUHKT BO. 3 TO QnAli/aiTZNit OHDiSl 2i0.34 
i>arttiinlng to Alfalfa Weeril 






The faot has h«on detarminad by tha i;iraotor of 
Agriotiltura that tha alfalfa waaril ( ^hy tononoa poatioixa (^11.) 
azldta m tha County of Bokar, otata of Oragon; no*, tharafor*. 



It la doularad nooeaatiry, in oraax' to farther pravant 
the introduotlon of aaid alfalfa woavil into tha Jtata of 
Califomiu, that all of tha provlulona and requirataanta set 
forth in suuruntina Order Ho. 34 be hereby nade to apply and 
do apply until itirther orders, to all partu of that territory 
known us tha county of Baker, otata of Oroffon, In addition 
to und inuluding the utatou und ooxmtieu set forth in -uarun- 
tine Order lio* .H. 

Quarantine Order lio. :34 is aaended aooordingly. 



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oPKCIAL iiLtCTION PH;Gyu;lATID:i. 

I, A^IaND .7. HICIL^x^JIi, Governor of the otate of 
California, do hereby proclaia and oraer that 'a special 
election sliall be held on the 1st day of tlay, 19;j3, in 
the T£.:m CJIIGivooIOIJlL DliTrJCT of this itate to fill 
the vacancy in the office of Representative to the 
Coajress of the united otates froa said T:^NTU C3HGHi33I0NAt 
PIorRICT caused by the death of ILJiPJ J. 03i30i^. 

lilid I DO Hii-iil offer a reward of One l-lundred (100) 
Dollars for the arrest and conviction of any and every 
person violatin^j any of the provisions of Title lY, Part 
I, of the Penal Code; such rewards to be paid until the 
total amount hereaf: er expended for the pur;.)03e reaches 
the sod of Ten Thousand (10,000) Dollars. 

IN ilK^'JoS ..•Hii.^OF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Greut 3eal of 
the otate of Caj-ifornia to 
be affixed this 3th day of 
liarch, 19ii3 





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.\Jr31fWKH? NO. 4 TO QUA'^AHTIHg ORDSR NO. 24 



Pertaining to Alfulfa 'eeTll 



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The followine f'lote h-iv© been determined by the 
Director of Agriculture, to wit: 

The rilfrilfa weeril ( Phytonomne poetioue, Oyll.) 



baring been found to be eetabl 1 ehed in close proximity 



foi 
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to the Oounty of Tyon, St'ite of Nevada, the import it ion 
of poeeible oorrlers of the alfilfa weeril (Phytononme 
- oetiouB . Oi'll.) fron the Oounty of lyon, St^te of 

State of Oil ifornia, mu result In 
of eald alf .Ifa weevil ( Phytonomue 
into Oiliforr.la. 



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evoia, into the 
the introduction 
poetioue . (5yll • ) 



tor, ?H2:iZ?0'?3, It is declared neceee.iry, in 
ordor to further prevent the introduction of the alfal- 
fa weevil ( PhytonomuR poetioue . Oyll.) into the Stite 
of Oillfomia, that all of the provieiona and reaulre- 
mente set forth in uarantine Order No. 34 be > ereby 
m'id' to apply and do apply until farther orders, to all 
parte of thit territory known -is the Oounty of lyon, 
Stfito of Nevida, in addition to and including the etatee 
and counties set forth in uarantine Order No. 34. 

Cuarantlno Order No. 34 is a'nended aooordingly. 



Director of \prioulture 



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or THE STATE OF OADFOUilA 

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FRAFK^JORDA 




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G H HECKE. DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



Qn/R.i:TI!}E ORDER HO. 43 

{ .1th regulations.) 

Pertalnln - to Gltxnas Canker. 



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of Agriculture that 
citrus fr-.:lts known 



the fact has beer, determined by the Director 
a dan^^erous disease of citrus plants and 
as citrus canker ( Paeidornonas oltri . Haaae), 
not known to occur In California, exists in several states of 
the United States and that citr-is plants and parts thereof and 
citrus fruits are liable to be carriers of said disease into the 
State of California; 

uU.V, T'-illKKFORE, it la declared necessary, in order to 
prevent the Introduction of said citrus canker Into the State of 
California, that a quarantine be, and the sane Is hereby establish- 
ed at the boundaries of the State of California, in accordance 
with section £319b of the Political Code of the State of California 
a-alnst said citrus canker, all varieties of citrus fnlts, and 
citrus iilants and parts ti.ereof , Includln,* buds and soior.s and 
citrus seeds Ir.portod, shipped or brou ht fron any state or 
territory of the Tinlted r.ta'tes other than the state of Arizona; 
and :,o sucri cltr^is fr^-ilts or citras plants or parts t^hereof or 
cltrjs seeds shall be perr.itted to pass over the said quarantine 
lines hereby established and proclal-:ed except under and sub'ect 
to the folio.. in - reinilations: 



Regulation 1, Citrus seeds nay be imported Into the 
California only when a pemix; has been issued by the 
of Ar.rlculture. Persons contenplatln - 
into the State of California of citrus 
make application to the Director of Arrlculture 
so, statin In the ap:-llcatlon the r.aie and address 
the locality whei^ the citrus seeds were p;rown, the 



State of 
Director 
brlnrln: 



the Importlnp or 
seeds shall first 
for a permit to do 
of the exporter, 
amount of the 



Importotion, the terminal point of delivery, and the na:ne and 
of the Importer in the State of California' to whom the permit 
be sent. Permits Issued by the Dli'ector of Agriculture shall 
the treatment which shall be ^-iven cities seeds as a condition 
entry of seeds for which pernlt Is requested. 



address 
s ho- lid 
specify 
of 



Ket::ulatlon 2. All Siilpraonts of citrus seeds admissible 
under the forecolng regulation must be held by the common carrier 
a»^ents at point of destination and not delivered to conslj'^eo or 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



BXKCUTIVB Ol'riCl 



G H HECKE, DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



QUAR.-.KTITJE ORDER NO. 43 
(With i?©gulatlon8. ) 
rertalnin to Gltrua Canker. 



..HKRE S, the fact haa been detemlned by the Director 
of AfTloulture that a dan^-;erou3 dlseuae of citrus plants and 
citrus fr-lts known as citrus canker ( Pseudomonas oitri , Haaao), 
not krov/n to occur In California, exists in several states of 
the United States and that cltr^as plants and parts thereof and 
citrus fruits are liable to be carriers of said disease Into the 
State of California; 

::o.i, Til. :K; PORE, it is declared 
prevent the Introduction of said cltirus c 
California, that a quarantine be, and t!:e 
ed at the boundaries of the iState of Call 
with fectlon C319b of the Political Code 
a^ralnst said citrus canker, all varieties 
citrus plants and parts thereof, Includln 
citrus seeds 1 .ported, shipped or brou ht 
t^errltory of the fTnited States other than 
and o such citmis fruits or citrus plant 
citrus seeds sliall be peiriltted to pass o 
lines hereby establlsiied and proclal .ed e 
to the folio.. in; re^niiations: 



necessary, in order to 
anker into the State of 

sane Is hereby establish- 
fornlu, in accordance 
of the State of California 

of citrus fnlts, and 
buds and soioiis and 

fron any state or 

the State of ..rlzona; 
s or parts -hereof or 
ver the said quarantine 
xcept under and sub.'ect 






Regulation 1. Citrus seeds -ay be Imported Into the 
State of California only when a pemit has been Issued by the 
Dlrectoi of A -.riculture. Persons contenplatin - the ir.nortinp' or 
brlnrln: into the State of California of citrus seeds shall first 
make application to the Director of .-.rriculture for a perr.it to do 
so, statin in the ap-ilication the r.R-.-.e and address of the exporter, 
the locality where the citrus seeds were frrown, the amount of the 
Importation, the teminal point of delivery, and the na:ne and addiress 
of the Importer in the State of California to whom the pemit should 
be sent, permits Issued by the Director of Agriculture shall specify 
the trc8t:.ient which shall be flven citrus seeds as a condition of 
entry of seeds for which per:;:lt la requested. 

Kepulatlon 2. All siilpraonts of oltms seeds admissible 
under the fore^jolng re^^lation must be held by the common carrier 
a/^ents at point of destination and not dellveired to consignee or 



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a^^ent until released br the Director of • -ri r>i,n-,,«^ i* ^ 

or deputies, or b, a dil, a.t.o^f^e" °Ltf ^u°aia"S:;e't-^a??S! 

seed., except aa prSvlSoflor ITl^A. Nation ?" ^ij?',"'?"" """* 

or parts thereoJ""'' nii^LS^" jJJ °^*^^^1 ^^^^^'^^ ^^^^^ plants 

or destroyed at the option and exnpn^« ^^ f, ^ °^ ^^^® ^^""^^ 
or their responsible are^L^.^S^H? f ?''® ''''"®'' °^ ormers, his 
supervision anS dlrlction of ? f i ^il^^^oi''.^- '". ^".^'^^^ '^^'^^^ ^'^° 
ty or deputies, or a duly a.^thlJ^lz^rs^tJLluaSi^L^^^^^^.Si'fnf^^- 

and other vehfSles^'Sap'-a^^''?^!^"^?' ^^^^^^''^ trailers, trucks, 
household implements; Sa^p?^. ".If ec?s "^d ^^^1^'""?""?"^ effects,' 

itlJ-"3.i^l^S-J- S fr^sS \^^^ i?^iS^^^?ted 

S?:SeJ?3ifr^?^i^r-^S S^ 

that the same is frel frSr all v^JfJf " determined by inspection 

cit^a pxanta =nd^p^^?t^T;e«^irrrilIJSLf .SJr=o[-3"lnr?eed3. 

*. .. "-^^ deputies of the Director of • p-Pir.,n*^„T«> ^ ^ -. •, 

state quarantine f-jardlana aro Ho-nTw 1 -Crlculoure and all 

the provisions of"Sr? orderf ^ empowered to carry out all 

Of the Unlt^^taSs'^'SartSn^or^r?."?' "^^J^ '" '^^^ experlnents 
California. i-epartment of -.-riculture in the State of 

September ^"l^lT^^^^^^^^T^^^-.^o. ra, issued 
28. 191o, and shall take e1?St inmeaiatelyr ' '"''^^ ^-ovenber 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

G H HECKfi, DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 

CUAHAimi,^ 0HD3^ i:0. 42 

f'Vith Regulations) 

Pertaining to the Citrue White Ply 



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plants and 
( Dialeurqd 

CJoimty of 
and Yuta C! 
infested t 
ornamental 
or food Dl 



'.'/J!.^?3.1S , the fact has "been determined ty the 

f Agriculture that an insect in.^urioue to citrus 

other trees and plants, knovm ae citrus white fly 
ee oitri_. Ash-r..) exists in the City of Sacramento. * 
Sacramento, City of TTarysville, County of Yuta 
ity. County of Sutter, hereinafter desc-ited as 
erritory, and that the following plants trees 

nursery stock and parts thereof are known hosts 
ants of the citrus white fly: 



Citrue (orange, lemon, oitron, grapefruit, 
kumquat, tar^gerine, and all" other 
species cultivated in America) 

China tree (ITeli-. ii_sedarach) 
Tree 



Umhrella China 

lifera ) 

Gape jessamine 



(!.Telia 'azedurach umbracu- 



- ( ^arden i: 
Privets ( ligustruii sp 77 



Jasminoides) 



Japan Persimmon ( Diospyros kaki) 

lilac f Syriiiga soT) 

Coffee I Coffea arabioa ) 

Prickly ..sh ( Xa fr5hozy-l-^i clbLVC - hercu'' i s) 

'A'ild Per sir- on ( liospyros virginTSQal 



Allamanda ( Allamandc." neriifojia l 

Cultivated Pear ( PyFus tc.) 

Banana shrut { y.igi.oli ^ fueaatum ) 

Pomegranate ( Punic:, granatum ) 

Smilax ( ST.ilax sp . ) " 

Cherry laurel ( Prunus laurocerasus ) 

'.7ild Olive or devilwood ( 0£m.jr.thus americanus) 

Viburnum (Viburnu- " 

Green As: t'?raxinJ 



nudum ) 
- lanceolata) 



NOW, ?!'3?3P0?.3, it is declared necessary in order 
to prevent the further spread of Dialeurodet; citri ir and 
througi-.out th- State of California fr.at a ciraFTnTTne be and 
the same is i.ereby established at the boundaries of tre 1 ere- 
inafter described infested territory in accordar.ce "ntl- tl-e cro- 
visione of Section i319b of tl.e ?olitica^_ Code of the State o-^ 
Caxifornia, against all the above r.ameci trees, ulants ornamental 
nursery stock and parts trereof. from the areas" hereinafter des- 
cribed as infested territory, and no such trees, plants, ornamen- 



tal nursery stock, or parts thereof, 
this order shall be moved or allowed 



as qua.-antined against in 
to be moved from the in- 



bEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



CONTINUATION NO. 



fosted territor;,-, exoept under and subject to the following 
regulations. 

Regulation 1 - Infested Territory: All that nor- 
tion of the Cit^ of Saoranento, bounded by the Sacramento 
^iver on the west, the north city liniits on the north 31st. 
Street on the eaet, and Y Street on the south; 

All that portion of Yuba bounty included in the in- 
corporate limitr of the Oity of TTari'Bvil- e , and described as 
foTlowe: Conmenclng at a pjint on the south bank of Yuba ^iver 
opposite D Street in said city; thence down the souti ban'/ of 
said river to tie center of ''eather reiver; thence up the center 
of 'e-itr.er ?iver to a point opposite Sixteenth Street i^ said 
city; thence easterly along the north line of said Sixteenth 
Street to 3 Street of said city; thence north erl" al'^r^ tie 
weet line of 2 Street to the northwest corner of" Surburban 
lot 5, ?ar.ee D; thence easterly to the other side of the levee 
as noT 1 icated by sai.l city; thence along the outer eid- o' said 
levee until it intez sects the Brown's Valley road or c-rade- 
thence along the extre-ne southeasterly side of said Brown's 
vajle, road or grade to a point where' said Brown's Tali e- road 
or grade intersects Swezy Street; thence due south to the south 
ban^ 0. the Yuba ^iver; thence along the south bank of ^u^a ^iver 
to the place of beginning; -jver 

.11 that portion of Sutter Ooiirty Included within the 



legal boundaries of'^ the 



rowr of Yuba Oity, and described as 



follows: Beginning at northeast corner of the Uta Subdivision 
as the s<-,n^e is laid down and platted on a map tvereo"^ filf.d in 
the office of the Recorder of Sutter County on the 5th. day of 
July 1906, in Book ITo. 1 of Surveys. Sutter County records at 
page .^9, and running thence along the north lire o -^ said n'ta 
Subdivision, S. 55° 50' '7. nineteen hundred and eixty-nine" 
(1969) feet the center of the County Road leading -^rom Yuba ^ity 
to live Oak, thence S. 1^ 22' T. along the center lire of said 
road, eighty-six and five-tenths (66. P^ feet, to a ooint r>'-- 
the north line produced of the land now or fornierl^'' owned by 
Nellie Ainsley intersects the center line of said road t>-e-^ce 
?A.o? ?®' '^' "twenty-six hundred ninety-one and four-tenths'" 
l<:o91.4) feet to a point vt.ere the center of line of '5ray ^.venue 
as laid dorm and designated on a map entitled "!,'ap o^ tV'^ Sub- 
division of the 3. I of the -Tl-.yler Estate" filed October 'l7th 



1694, ir 

Ho. 1 

intersec 

45' 3. alon- the 



Jounty in Book 



the office of the Recorder of Sutter .^..„«j, .^x r^'^,^ 
f Surveys, Sutter County "Records at page 12, produced 
°}^ ^°i5 '^'^''^ ^tove named line and course thence S. 0* 
_i ^^ ^gj, line of said '^ray Avenue as laid down and 



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."Regulation 4. All dormant nurser^ -tor^i- nr +v« 

pens. Of t.e ow.... o.V;.^!^^I^„'J-.L\^%e°!J!,SMra|J;ts. 
Dlanta t.^fff^*!^™ ^' '^^ ™^ '^^l shlpMr.t8 of th, host 

Regulation 2? Sr"C In L? o??.V ?^^^ .'^ Proylisd for in 
California f;o"thI eSa 1^.JS f locality of the state of 
returnea to ?°a fid "iea?ea terr^tJrv °7 J*"^.^ *' Im-^eaiately 
?.llT..r.L'f^T.:' -^ rjr^f SSer^; >^?roT?.^eir" ''^^ 



All deputies of the 
Bt.-te Quarantine guardians 
all the provisions of this order. 



Director of Aprioulture 
ar- here\>y empowered to 



and all 
carry out 



This order shall f.^:e effect im-ediately. 




dree tor 



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JUL 1 6 1923 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



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O H HECKK. DIRECTOR 
SAORAMENTO 



AiTBHDUSHT HO. 6 TO QUA''A1JTIN3 OHDBR HO. ZA 



Pertaining to Alfalfa Wasrll 



The faot has been determined 



by the Director of 
ytonomaa poetiotn . 
State of Call for nil 



Agrloulture that the alfalfa weeTil f Phytonomaa poetiotiB . 
Gyll.) exists in the County of Sierra, State 

HOW, TEi2!?3T''0?a, it is declared neoeseary, in order 
to prevent the further epread of the alf ilfa weeril 
( Phytonomne poetious . Gyll.) in the St^t^ of Oallfornla, that 
all the provlBlons and reouirementB set forth in Quarantine 
Order Ho. 34 be hereby made to apply and do apply until 
further orders to all parts of th^^t territory known as ths 
County of Sierra, State of California, in addition to 
smd including the states and counties set forth in Quaran- 
tine Order No. 84. 

Quarantine Order Ho. 34 is amended aooordingly. 



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or THE STATF ".r OiLiroasu 
JUL 1 1923 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

0. H. HECKB. DIREOTOR 
SAORAMBNTO 



.i!.IENDr:i;NT NO. 1 TO GUA-'^AITTIN3 O^D^ NO. 41 



Pertaining to Citrue White "o'lies 



The faot has "been detennined "by the Director 
of Agriaulture that the Oitrue '"Thite "^ly, ( Dialeurodes 
citri . Ashn.) exists in the State of Arkansas. 

NOW, TFi:*^3?0H3, it is declared necefsary, in 
order to prevent further the introduction of said 
Citrus Wl.ite "Ply into the State of C'^lifornia, that 
all the provisions and requirements set forth in 
Quarantine Order No. 41 he hereby made to apoly and 
do apply unti:' further orders, to all parts of the 
State of Arkansas, in addition to 'ind including the 
states set forth in Quarantine Order No. 41. 

Quarantine Order No. 41 is amended accordingly. 




Director of Agriculture 



APPH0V3D 





fJovernor of the State of California 



Issued: July 19, 1923. 






ic the office ot the Secreury of Stato 



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PROCLAliATIOK OF GOVERNOR 



Declaring August 10, 1923 a holiday in respect 



to the memory of the late 7»arren G. Harding. 



In order that the people of California 



may have an opportunity of paying their respect to 
the memory of the late Warren G. Harding, president 



of the United States, who sacrificed his life in 



the service of his coTintry, and in order that a day 



of prayer, fasting and mourning may te ohserved in 
honor of his life and service to the nation, I hereby 



declare Friday, August 10, 1923 a holiday throughout 



the state. 



Dated August 7, 1923. 



(>7r C/L^ 7^^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^' -^ 

Governor of the State of California. 



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Vfd9imafa»tTeU9ramunl£*9otherwU*iruiicatfdh9Bignaiafter the number of icorda:--"^Btue^'(D^ t.»rn. 'ft D1>1 | 

STANDARD TIME INDICATED ON THIS MFSSAC f 



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LongBeach Cal Aug 3 1923 



Frank C Jordan 



Secy of State Sacto Cal 



I Freind Wm Hichardson governor of the State of California 
do hereby declare friday the third day of August I923 
a day of mourning at the death of our Eeloved 
President Warren^ Harding and I ask all citizens of 
the Ptate to close their places of business in respect 
to his mamory 

Friend Wm Richardson 

Governor of the State of California. 



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Q H HECKE. DIRECTOR 
SACRAUBNTO 



MlSjnil'.^m NO. 6 TO QU.OANTI»a ORDSR NO. 34 



Pertaining to Mf'ilfa ■^earll 



Until M-iro:- 1, 1924. tJTiat portion of tho County of lyon. 
State of ITeTada, lylnp south of a line drawn east and west 
tha-oufi the tOAn of "abieka, Oounty of Lyon, State of Nevada, 
it exempt froni the orovisione of Quirantine Order No. 24 pro- 
vided thit any 'ind a"! 1 ehipmente of oonmoditiee quarantined 
against by Quarantine Ordpr No. 34 and offered for entry into 
Oalifomia from that portion of the County of li'on. State of 
Nevada, lyinp p oi:th of a Tine drawn east ancl wRst t>roiiPti the 
Town of ^'abuska. County of lyon, Stnte of Nevada, must be 
aocompanled by 'i certlfl'^ate sipned by the 3tat-> '"uarantine 
O'floffr of Nevada or br a drly aivVorl^ed d nuty of the State 
Quinntir.s Q-^fioer of !!!?vrvda eettlnp- forth the exaot looality 
•here the ooTn"'oait7 was prown, u*iere stored, if stored, the 
name and eddreee of tie oroduoer, tha n iT.e nnd ad^^rt^s of the 
8> ipuer and the name and addreee of the person or firm in 
California to whom the oom.'nodlt: is oonsigned. k oopy of eaoh 



osrtifioata 
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ail all b^ -^ ile"! in alvanoe 
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Cuarantine Ordor Uo, 34 is riraerided iocordingly. 



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Dlreotor of Agriculture 



Governor of the State of Oallf-irnla 



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DEPARTME^fT OP AaRlCULTURE 



H. HBCKE, DIRECTOR 
SACRAMBNTO 



mssmssT ho. 6 to quarantinb ordsr ho. 34 



Pertaining to llf^afa "VeaTil 



Until Maroh 1, 1924, that portion of the Oounty of lyon. 
State of ZJeroda, lying south of a line drawn east and west 
througii the town of i^ahuBka, Oounty of lyon. State of Nerada, 
l6 exempt ft-om "tlie orovleions of Quarantine Order Wo. S4 pro- 
vided that any and all ehipmente of oommodities quarantined 
against "by Quarantine Order No. 34 and offered for entry into 
California from that portion of the County of lyon. State of 
Hevada, lying pouth of a line drawn east and west tVroii0i the 
Town of VTabuBka, Oounty of lyon. State of Iferada, must \)e 
aooompanied by a certificate signed by the Stat-^ "luarantine 
Offioer of Nevada or br a drly au*yorlzed d puty of the State 
Quarantine Offioer of 5?vada setting forth the exaot looalit/ 
^vhere the ooi!Jr>odlty was grown, ^ere stored, if stored, the 
name and address of the producer, tJis name and adc^rt«!8 of the 
shipper and the name and addreee of the person ?r firm in 
Oalifornla to whom the oomwodlty is oonsigned. A oopy of eaoh 
oertifioate shall be n filed in advanoe of shipment to the 
Direotor of igrioulture, Saoramento, Oillforiil\, 

Quaraiitine Ordor No. 34 is amended aooordingly. 



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SACRAMENTO 



AMaNDMSHT HO. 2 TO QU\RANTINg ORD .R NO. 36 
Pertaining to Swaet Potato Waerll 



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The faot has been determined by the Director 
Agrioulture that the eweet potito waerll (Cylae 
formioariae ^ab.) exlete In the Countlea of JeT??r8on 
an Stephens in the Stato of Oklahoma. 



NO'". TE3?.3?01i2, it ie declared neoeseary 
in order to l-urtfer prerent the Introduction of the eaid 
sweet potato weeyll Into the State of California that 
all of the provielone and requlrernents set forth 'in 
(u^intlne Order No. 36 bo hereby made to apply and do 
apply until further ordrre, to all parte of thnt territory 
known ae the Oounty of Jefferson, State of Oklahoma and 
to all parts of that territory known as the Coirnty of 
Stephens, Stato of Oklahoma, in addition to and InoludlnK 
the Btites and counties set forth in Quarantine Order 
No* 26* 

fuarantine Ord^^r No, 36 Is amended accordingly. 



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ISi;?ARTi.aKT OF AGRICULiURS 
SACRAi-^lirrO 

HBGULATICN 

PROHISiriKG Ij^ORTAnOlJ OF SCABBY SHBEi? 



Executive Department 
Sacraiaento, California 
uctober -^9, li:*23 



V/HEREA3. the director of agriculture of the 3tbi.i,e of Caj.i- 
fornia after investigation haa deteriiiined that sheep originating 
iii other states may carry a contagious disease -:nov/n as scabies 
siiouxd sucii sheep be shipped, transported, or driven into Gaii- 
fornia; and, 

WHERSAS , under and oy virtue of a.i act of the legislature of 
the otate of Oalifor jia entitled, "i>,n aci, to protect doiaestic ^ive 
stuci; iroiu contagious and infectious disease^, to prescribe tne 
duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of tnis 
act, to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to 
repeuj. an ace eiititled, 'An act to protect doaestio live stock from 
contagious and infectious diseases, to provide for the a.^pointment 
ana cutiea of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this 
act, and to provide an appropriation therefor," approved March 18, 
iti9y , as amended," approved June 3, i92i the Governor of the State 
Ox jaliicrnia upon recoruziiendation of tne director of ac;ri.cui ture 
deems it expedient to prohioit shipnients or aioveJi.ents of sheep into 
Ca-ifornia except as follows: 

REGULATICITS GOVSRIOLG L'.CVBiainirS OF SKffi^ Ilfi'O CALIh^CRl'IA 

Parai^raph I 

Froi.i and aiter tuis fiftet;i-.th day of roverr.ber. 1923, 
NO RAILROAD OR CCLliCN CARRISR shall accept sheep 
for shipi;.ent to California for any purpose until a 
written or teie&ra.^hic perna t to shi^j has been ob- 
tained froi:. the California Department of Afe'ricuiture, 
Division of Animal Industry, anc the inspection cer- 
tificate iSbued as required oy paragraphs II and III 
of this order. 5ucn permit and certificate shall be 
attached to tiie wayoill accorupanyinr the shipnient. 
f Sheep for IiaCBDIArE SLAUGHi'iSR uiay be shipped without 



insueotion ii' acconjanied by a oeri-dt unlesa said 
periViit requires inspection. 

Paragraph II 

jivery person, company, corporation, or their agents 
are proiiioited iroui shipping, transporting,'- or 
ariviut;. any sheep into the State of Galirornia 
unless saiu siieeo are accoi:.panied oy (1) peruit to 
ship issued oy the jaiiforuia Department of Agri- 
culture, Division of Animal Inauatry; (2) certificate 
jf inspection froja inapector of the linitea States 
Bureau of Aiiir.ial Inaustry or regular employee of 
livestock sanitary authority of stHt« of origin 
certifyinjs said sheep are free froui contagious 
uiseasvi including sheep scabies ana exposure thereto. 



INSTR UC nONS TC IXSPECx'ORS 

Paragraph III 

inspectoiS certifying to shipments of sheep destined 
to California shall deteriiiine that all of said sheep 
are and have oeen free from scabies or exposure 
thereto for a perioa not less than L'llvTE kClMTHS 
previous to the tii;.e of shipment or movement. 

Sheep infected with or exposed to scabies shall not 
be Siiipped, transported, or moved into the State of 
California. 



Sheep in an> band or snipment in whicn scaoies is 
present Siiall be clashed as scabby or exposed sheep 
and none of them or any part of the band shall be 
acceptea for shipment or movement into California. 
The re..ioval of any sheep from a scabby or exposed 
band aiid tnereafter offerin- the reiiiaining sheep of 
such banci for move.'.ient or shipment into Caliioriiia 
is positively prohibited. 

In addition co these requiresaents , snippers of budcs 
must also ooserve the provisions of tne California 
statute relatin." to the importation of bucks. 




Governor of the State of California 



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inspection if acooxajanied by a periuit unless said 
^jermit requirea inspection. 

Paragraph II 

ifivery person, conpany, corporation, or their agents 
are prohibited from shipping, transporting, or 
driving;: any sheep into the State of California 
unlesbsaiii sheep are accoiiioanied Dy (1) permit to 
ship issued oy tiie California Department of Agri- 
culture, Division of Animal Inaustry; (2) certificate 
jf inspection from inspector of che United States 
Bureau of Aiiirjial Inaustry or re^jular employee of 
livestock sanitary authority ox" state of origin 
certifyinji said sheep are free from contagious 
disease including sheep scabies and exposure thereto. 



INSTRUCTIONS TO lySPBCiORS 



Paragraph III 

InspectOiS certifying to shipments of sheep destined 
to caiii'ornia shall determine that ail of said sheep 
are lind have oeen free from scabies or exposure 
triereto for a period not less than NIK'B kOhXHS 
previous to the time of shipment or movement. 

Sheep infected with or exposed to scabies shall not 
be shipped, transported, or moved into the State of 
California. 



Sheep in any band or shipment in which scabies is 
present shall be classed as scabby or exposed sheep 
and none of them or aiiy part of the band shall be 
acceptea for shipment or movement into California. 
The re;aoval of any sheep from a scabby or exposed 
band aiid tnereafter offering the reiiiaining sheep of 
such bana for moveiaent or shipment into California 
is positively prohibited. 

In adi.ition to these reciuirements , snippers of bucks 
must also observe the provisions of tne California 
statute relatin;- to the importation of bucks. 




Governor of the State of California 



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In accordance vith custon :^nd tho proclu:.mtion of 
the ProPident of tho United jtatae. I, Friend ... 
.dchardson. Governor of the ^tuto o; ..iifornia, do 
hereby declare Thursday, the '^iu d^y o^ .ovo::iber, 1923, 
a lorral holiday and day of tha;>>^?.-l'?inr^ 'sc th^t the 
people of the state may thank tn. - M . o-.e ..der of the 
Universe for his nany blepsinr^?. uau p;.rticiuarly tho 
f.reat blessinf^ of our rovernnont. -lo fc.-r. .nd ideals of 
which insure poace, order and justico. ar.d -ive every 
person the ri-ht of freedon of speech and ireodoni of 

thowTht to a do^rree unequalled at any time or in any 

country in the hirtory of tho v;orld. 

lii ...ITiihbci ..a:..u:o;, I have hereunto set my 

hand and caused the Great Seal of the State to be 

affixed at Sacraaento, thio T^Oth day of Uovenoer, one 

thousand nino hundred anl Uenty three, 



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G H HECKE. DIRSCTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



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AKENDlfSNT NO. 2 TO QUARANTIN3 CRD3R NO. 36 
Pertaining to 'flhite Pine Blister ?u8t 



The fact has heen determined hy the 
Director of Agriculture that white pine blister rust. 
( Peridermium strohi . Kleb.) . exists in the State of 
Washington. 



NOW, TE3R3 
in order to further prevent 
white pine blister rust, (P 
into the State of CalifornI 
and requirements set forth 
be hereby made to apply and 
to all parts of the State o 
and including the states se 
No. 36. 



?0H3, it is declared necessary, 

the introduction of said 
eridermium strobi , Kleb.), 
a, that all of the provisions 
in Quarantine Order No. 36 
do apply until further orders 
f Washington, in addition to 
t forth in Quarantine Order 



accordingly I 



Quarantine Order No. 36 is amended 



This amendment supercedes Amendment 
No. 1 to Quarantine Order No. 36 issued Yarch E5, 192E, 
and shall take effect immediately. 



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'HEERLkH , The faot has been determined by the Director of 

Agriculture of the otate of California that a contagious, 

communicable disease known as foot and mouth disease exists in 

l.upa 

domestic animals in Alameda. Contra Costa and Solano Counties; and 

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•VHEaEAS, The movements of all classes of domestic animals 
on the public highways or by transportation lines or vehicles 
within or to points outside of said counties will likely result 
in the fui-ther spread or dissemination of said disease to other 
animals not so affected; and 

■/?HilHx.A3, Under and by virtue of an act of the legislature 
of the otate of California^ entitled, "An act to protect 
domestic live stock from contagious and infectious disease ^j, 
to prescribe the duties of officials to carry into effect the 
provivjions of this act, to provide for the appointment of a 
veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled "An act to protect 
domestic live stock from aontajious and infectious diseases, to 
provide for the appointment and duties of officials to carry 
into effect the provisions of this act, and to provide an 
appropriation therefor," approved Llarch 18, 1899, as aiaended; 
and as further amended and approved June 3, 1921, the said 
Director of Agriculture in order to prevent the spreading or communi- 
cation of foot and mouth disease to domestic animals within the 
State of California, not so affected, has on twenty-sixth day of 
February, 1924, established the following quarantine regulations: 
(a) From and after this twenty-sixth day of February, 
1924, every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 



ajents and servants are hereby prohibited from transporting 
or shipping or receiving for transportation or shipment any 

dome at io animal including poultry for the purpose of being 

to nlijo 
transported or shipped frtm ol; oe^ithln, or from the said 

counties of Alemeda, Contra Costa and oolano* 

(b) ivery person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carry- 
ing any domestic animal including poultry in vehicles on or 
across the public higiiways or roads of said counties. 

(c) iivery person, pe^- ., firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants -^ reby prohibited from driving, 
moving or allowing to roam any domestic animal including 
poultry on or across the public highways or roads of said 
counties; provided, however, that nothing in these 
regulations shall apply to horses and mules when actually 
working in harness when such horses and mules do not belong 

TiOt 

or have entered premises where foot and mouth disease 
infection exists. 

(d) iivery person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from trans- 
porting, shipping, or carrying any animal manure on or across 
the public highways or roads or on the transportation lines 
in said counties to points within said counties or to points 
outside same* 

(e) The said Director of Agrioxature of the 3tat« 
of California is hereby authorized to promulgate and out 
into force such further quarantine rules and regulations in 
said counties as he may from time to time deem expedient and 






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advisable m ord.r to protect aomestlo . -.nl.»l..- »f th. 
.tat. of California fro. the further apread and dlsae.lnatlon 
of said foot and mouth dlaeaee. 

It IS hereby ordered that a violation of any or el ther of 
those cuar^ntme regvaatlons shall be an offense and punishable 
as orovlded by the laws of the itate of California. 

NOW, therefore, I, ?rlend ■..>,Rlohard800, as Governor 
of th. .tate of California by virtu, of the authority invested 
m me by law. do hereby proclaim these quarantine regulation, 
prescribed by the 3irsotor of .^rloulture to be legal and bind- 
ing regulations within the said counties cf th. State of 
Oalifornia; and I do further proclaim that said regulations 
ahall b. maintained and enforced within said counties and that 
a violation thereof shall subject any and all persons so 
violating any of said relations to tJ.. penalties provided for 
in section Sloe of that said act cf the legislature of th. it.t. 
Of California, entitled, -^ act to protect domestic live atook 
from contagious and Infectious disease.. to preacrlbe the duties 
of officials to carry Into effect the provisions of this act. 
to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, r^d to repeal 
an act entitled "An act to orotact dcmeatlc live stock from 
contagious and infectious diseases, to provide for the appointment 
and duties Of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
thl. aot. and to provld. en .pproprl.tion therefor." approved 
liaroh 18. 1899. as amended: and as further amended and approved 
June 3. 1921. 






In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the ireat Seal of this .tate -o be hereunto affixed this 
twenty-sixth day of February, A. 2. 1224. 






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Fthe iitate of California. 



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WHi^KiiAS, Th« fact has be«n d*texmlzi«a by th« Diraotor of 
Agrioultur* that domeatlo unimala in ban /rtmoisoo, Harln, bonona, 
laJca, Uendooino, .^uiaboldt, >an Uateo, :junta Clura, ;3un Benito. 
oanta Cruz, Uontsrey, Jan Jouquin, itunlulaoa, ^ierncd, Madora, 
Ifolo, und :3aoruinQnto Countios hur* been ezpoaed to the infection 
of a oontagious, oonxaunioable diaeaae Imown aa foot und mouth 
dideaae; und 

iVHitTlKAa, 3aid foot tmd mouth disease Infection is liable 
to spread or dictaeminute umong domeutio unimuls in said 
counties und In other parts of California if adequate routriot- 
ions are not placed on the aovements of oninola to points 
within and firom said ooimties; and 

\iJi,iuujAi>, Under und b/ 7irtue of an uot of the Laglslutnre 
of the otate of California, entitled, "An aot to proteot 
domeatio lire stock from oonta«^iouu und infectious diseaaes, 
to prescribe the duties of officiula to oarry into effect the 
provisions of this aot, to provide for the appointment of a 
▼eterinariun, and to repeal an aot entitled 'An aot to pro toot 
doaestio live atook from contagious and infectious diaeaaes, to 
provide for the appointment and duties of offioials to oarrjr 
into effeot the prorisions of this aot, and to provide an 
appropriation therefor." approved Maroh 18, lti99, as amended; 
and as further amended and approved June 3, ISal, the Director 
of -V^ioulture in order to prevent the aorendin^ or dloaenination 



of duld foot and »outh dlaoaao vrlthln tho Stato of Calif ornl» 
ha« on this twonty-alxth day of ;*otarttary, IttSi, eatabllahtd th« 
following quaruntino re,?ulation«: 

(a) froa and after this twonty-aixth day of /obruary, 
1984, evory poraon, persona, firm, ooapany, corporation, 
tlMlr aganta and aarranta ara harabj prohibited fro« morlnff or 
tranaportins any domaatio aniaal or raoeirin^p any doaaatio 
aniaal for the purpoae of being tranaported or ahlppad, froa 
plaoe to plaoo. within or froa the aaid oounties, nnlasa aaid 
anlaala ahull hare firat been inapeoted by a raterinurian 
duly authorised by the Director of .igricclture to aake such 
inapeotion: and aaid animala if ao trunaported or chipped 
ahall be aooonpanied by a written perait iaaxiad by aaid 
aathorised reterinarlan. 

(b) Krery peraon, peruona, fira, ooapany, oorporation, 
their agenta and aerrants are hereby prohibited froa carrying 
any doaeatio aniaal on or aoroaa the highways or roads of 
aaid counties unleaa aaid aniaal ia aocoapanied by a perait 
as pro/idad for in subdiTiaion (a) hereof. 

(o) £Tery person, oeraona, fira, company, corporation, 
their agents and aerrants are hereby prohibited froa driring, 
aoTing or allowing to reaa any doaestio animal on or across 
the public hi^ways or roads of aaid ooxmties, unless aaid 
aniaal ia aocoapanied by a perait as proridsd for in 
section (a) hereof: proridsd, howsrer, nothing in these 
regulations shall apply to horses and oules when actually 
working in harness* 

(d) iivery person, persons, fixa, ooapany, corporation, 
their agents and aerrants are hereby prohibited froa 



trunaportlng or oarrylng any aniiwil miinurt on or aorot. th« 
public highway* or roada on or tha tranaportation llaaa in "aU 
eanntiaa fron plao* to plaoa within aaaa or to pointa oataUa 

of uama. 

(a) Th* Diraotor of Agrioultura of tha dtata of Calif- 
ornia la haraby uuthoriiaA to prowulgata uad put Into foro* 
suoh furthar quarantina rulaa and ragulationa in aaid 
oountiea aa ha froa tii a to tina may daa* axpadiant and 
naoasaary in ordar to protaot do«aatio unimala of tha Stata 
of California fro» th* apread and diaaaalnation of aaid 
foot ft»^ mouth diaaaaa* 

It ia haraby ordarad that a riolation of any or eithar 
of thaaa quarantina ragulationa ahall ba an off ana* and 
puniahabl* aa proridad by tha lawa of tha dtata of California. 

Mow, tharefora, I. FTiand W^^Riohardaon, aa Ooromor 
of tha dtate of California by rirtu* of tha authority Inreetad 
in ma by law, do hereby proclaim thoaa quarantine regulatioat 
praaoribad by tha aireotor of ngrioulture to ba legal and 
binding ragulationa within the said oountiea of tha atate of 
California; and I do fyirther proclaim that aaid regulations 
ahall ba maintainafl and enforced '»ithin aaid ooimtiea and that 
a riolation thereof ahall aubjeot uny and all pereons ao 
Tiolating any of aaid ragulationa to the penaltiea prorided for 
la aeotion aix of that aaid aot of the Legialature of the State 
of California, entitled, "An aot to protect doaeatio lire atoolt 
fron oontagious and iafeatioua diaeaaea.to preaoriba the duties 
of offioials to carry into effect the proriaiona of thia aot, 
to prorida for the appointment of a reterinarian, and to repeal 



an aot .ntltt^d "An aot to protect doMttlo llro otook trim 
oontagious and infootiou* dlaoaao*. to prorido for tho appolntiwnt 
and fiutlos of offlolala to carry Into effect the prorleloni of 
thla aot, and to prorlde an appropriation therefor," approred 
Maroh 18, lti99, a» amended; and as fxirther amended and appro ^d 

June 3, 1981* 

In wltneae whereof, I hare hereunto set ny hand anA 
oaueed the Jroat Seal of this dtate to be hereunto affixed thU 
twenty-Bixth day of /obruary, A. 0*, 1924. 




(toremor of the Otate of California 



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PEOCIAMATIOK 



VVESRiiiS, the fact has been datermined by the Director 

of Agriculture of the ottite of California that the contagious, 
communicable disease knov.'n as Foot and Llouth Disease does not 
now exist in Madera and Lake Counties of tha cJtate of Calif- 
ornia; and 

V /FflH'r . A . S , the said Director of Agriculture considers 
it unnecessary to f^orther restrict movements of animals end 
animal products in said counties of Lladera and Lake as pro- 
vided for in ny Proclamation of iPebruary 26, 1924. 

L'OW, TKcIRii?0?.E, I, Friend '*n. P.ichardson. as Goremor 
of the State of California, do hereby remove all restrictions 
as to the movement of animals bind animal products in said 
iladera and Lake Counties as provided for in my Proclamation 
of j'ebruary 26, 1924. 

IS WITNiSoS ,imiSLLOF, I have hereunto set ruy hand and 
caused the •^re&t deal of this 3tate to be hereunto affixed this 
t?/enty-ei^hth day of ?ebruary, A. D. 1924. 



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Grovemor of the ^tate of (ialifomia. 



Attest: 




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MARIS 1924 



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atttte of California 

ijaoramento , Uaroh 12, 1924. 
AMElTDMHIfT 110.2 TO PROCI-JiATIOlI DATiiJ PiJBHUAP.Y 26. 1924. 



WHEREAa, the faot hsiB been determined by the Bireotor of 

Agriculture of the .State of Culifomla that the oontaglous, 

M.., ;.^' ■-'-' .^^ ■ ' therefore 
comnunicable diaeuae known aa ?oot and Uouth Dlseaae^doea not 

=^ exist m Humboldt, Llendooino, Yolo, 3ucramento, Stanislaus, 

Meroed, oun Bonito, llonterey and Junta Cruz Counties of the 

atate of California; and 

•WHERLA3, the said Director of Agriculture oonaidera it 

unneoeaaary to further reatrict moveiaenta of aniaala and 

animal product a in aaid countiea of .iuaboldt, Uondooino, Yolo, 

S&oramento, otunisluua, Merced, ban Benito, Uontere/ wad ounta 

Cruz aa provided for in my Proolaiaation of l^bruary 26, 1924. 

NOW, THiiBilii'QIiii, I, ?rland Wo. Hiohardoon, aa SoTemor of 

the State of Cj.lifomia, do hereby remove all roatriotions as 

to the mo rement of animals und animal produota in aaid HiimDoldt, 

Mendooino, Yolo, .iacramento, atanislaua. He reed, ban Benito, 

Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties aa provided for in my 

Proolanation of ?ebruary 26, iy24. 

HI WITNEbij .VHiiRxiO?, I have hereunto aet my hand and 

oauaed the 3reat Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this 

Twelfth day of March, A. D. 1924. / 



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MAR 1 8 1924 

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btate of Calif omiii 

;iacr£-Eiento, Lluroh IC, 1V:24. 
AiiiiirjIiilfT 110.2 TO PEOCl-JiiiTIOU -J^TiJ J'i.BHUAP. i cC , 1924. 



WiD^Pi^o. the fact has beer determined by the Director of 
Agriculture of the .t.te of C.lifomi.^^thut^the^conta.iouB . ^^^^ ^^^^ 
corjnunicable ciset.3e rjriown uo ?oot una Liouth ^i^eu^e^ ".oes not 
— exist in Hunboldt, I.lenaocino, Jolo, i^xcrunento . -tunialuus, 
Lerced, o^n benito. Ilonterey uHC ountu Cruz Go^iiitiea of the 
estate of Culiforniu; 'Jid 

ft'iDuIu^^. the auid Director of Agriculture conoidera it 
unnecessary to further reatrict uoveiaenta of f-nimala und 
■jjiimul products in aaid counties of Humboldt. Menuocino. lolo. 
oacrumento, ot^isluuj. Ilercod. '^un jenito, Ilontorey tnd Junta 
Cruz us orovided for in my Procl.'-n-.tion of :^euruury '^G, 1924. 

i:0.;, i:ixz3Lh''0.L^, X, J'riend .In. liichardiion, aa Governor of 
the Jt^te of Culi-orniu, cio r.ereby remove ull restrictions ua 
to the noTenent of ;aiirnal^ und uninul ::roducts in auid Humboldt, 
lleniooino, /olo, ^ucramento, ".tiJiiuluus, Uerced, o^n Benito, 
I-Ionterey und ^i^l^ Grua Countiea as ororidec for in my 
Piroclamution of I^ebruiiry 2u» li'24. 

Hi -IT1:-:j^ ..ILilu-Oj', I have nereunto aet my hand and 
cauaed the Jlroat oeal of this Jtute to be here-onto affixed this 
Tv;elfth day of Llarch, A. i). 1^-24. /y/ 

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TIIEHEAS, The fact has been determine* by the Director of 
Agriculture that the contagious, coramvmlcable disease known as 
foot and mouth disease Is not now kiiown to exist In the following 
described area^ of Napa and Solano Counties of the State of 
California, to-wlt; All that area not Included In the boundary 
line beginning at the water front of the City of Benicla, thence 
following the State Highway In a northerly direction to the City 
of Cordelia; thence in a westerly and northerly direction along 
the wagon road to the Napa River; thence following the southerly 
course of Napa River, Napa Bay, Vare Island Strait and the Strait 
of Karquiner to the City of Benicla at the point of origin of this 
boundary line; and 

\ft1lEHEAS, the said Director of Agriculture ha« further 
determined that the movements of live stock and agrle\altural 
product* within and from the area In said Napa and Solano Counties 
not included within this boTindairy line can be safely made when 
properly supervised; and 

7^}!EREAS, Under and by virtue of an act of the Legislature 
of the State of California, entitled "An act to protect domestic 
live stock from contagious and Infectious diseases, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to carry Into effect the provisions of this 
act, to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal 
an act entitled "An act to protect domestic live stock from con- 
tagious and infectioua diseases, to provide for the appointment 
and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this 
act, and to provide an appropriation therefor," approved March 18, 
1899, as aaaaded; and as further amended and approved June 3, 1921," 



the salt Director of Agriculture In order to prevent the epreaAlng 
or dissemination of said foot and mov.tii disease rias on the Eighteenth 
day of March, 1924, established the following quarantine regulations 
to govern the movemerts of live stoolc and agrlculttiral products In 
Napa and Sulauo CounLie&: 

(a) The area In Solano ai^ Napa Counties Included within 
the boundary line as described herein shall continue to be subject 
to the quarantine rviles and regulations as prescribed in my 
Proclamation dated February 26, 1924, covering Alameda, Contra 
Costa , Solano and Napa Ootmt^ies* 

(b) Ti>e area in Solano ana Napa Ooimties outside of thm 
boundary line as described herein shall, from and after tills 
Eighteenth day of March, 1924, be subject zo the qiu^rantlne rules 
and regulations prescribed in ray Proclamation aated Febxniary 26, 
1924, for San Francisco, llarin, Sonoica, San kateo , Santa Clara 
and San Joaquin Counties. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of 
these quarantine refoilations shall be an offense and p'juishable as 
provided by the laws of the State of California. 

Now, Therefore, I, Friend Wtn* Richards en, as Oovemor of the 
State of Calif omia by virtue o" the authority tnvested in lae by law, 
do hereby proclaim these quarantine regulations prescribed by the 
Director of Agriculture to be lesal and binding retaliations within 
the said counties of the State oi' California; and I do further pro- 
claim that said regulations sliall be maintained ana enforced within 
said counties and that a violation thereof shall subject any and all 
persons so violating an^ o? said rei^ations to the penalties provideA 
for in section six of that said act of the Legislature of tho State of 
California entitled, "An act to protect domestic live stock frca 
contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of 
officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to provido 



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for the appointment of a veterinarian, anA to repeal an act 
entitle* "An act to protect domestic live stock from contagious and 
infectious diseases, to provide for the appointment and duties of 
officials to canry into effect the provisions of this act, and to 
provide an appropriation therefor,* approved March 18, 1899, as 
ui«nd«d; and as further amended and approved June 3, 192l« 

IH WITNESS ? HEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Oreat Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this Eighteenth 
day of March, A. D., 1924. 



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iJQiCUT IVE DiiPABTj^aiT 

PROCLAUATIOU 



V/H3RiiAo, The fact has been determined by the Direotor of 

Agriculture of the otate of California that the contagious, oom- 

munioable disease icnown as Foot and ilouth disease exists in 

Mariposa, 
Alameda, Contra Costa^and Leroed Counties, and also in that area 

in oolano and Mapa Counties described as follows: All that area 

included j«- the boundary line beginning on the water front of the 

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City of Benioia; thenoe following the otate Hi^way in a northerly 

direction to the City of Cordelia; thenoe in a westerly and northerly 
direction along the road to the Kapa Hirer; thence following the 
southerly course of Kapa Hirer, Hapa Bay. Liare Island utrait and 
btrait of Karquinei to the City of Benicia at point of origin of 
this boundary line; and 

■/HiMlAS, The fact has been determined by said Director of 
Agriculture that lire stock in oan j'rancisoo, Marin, oonoma, oan 
Mateo, oanta Clara, oan Joaquin, and those parts of Kapa and iolano 
Co^onties located outside of the boundary line as described herein 
hare been exposed to the infection of said foot and mouth disease; 

and 

"rtTDiRiAb, The unrestricted movement of lire stoclc and 

agricultural products within or from said counties and areas will 
likely result in the further spread or dissemination of said disease 
to other animals not so affected; and 

WHiiSJiAS, Under and by rirtue of an act of the Legislature 
of the State of California entitled, "An act to protect domestic 
lire stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the 

duties of officials to carry into effect the prorisions of this act. 



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to provide for tlie appoinlanent of a veterinarian, and to repeal 

an act entitled "An aot to protect domestio lire atoolc from con- 

tagiotis and infectious diseases, to provide for the appointment and 

duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, 

and to provide an appropriation therefor," approved ilarch 18,1899, 

as amended; and as further amended and approved Jtme 3, 1921, the 

said i>ireotor of Agriculture in order to prevent the spreading or 

communication of foot and mouth disease to domestic aniiiials within 

the State of California, not so affected, has on this Iwenty-second 

day of Liarch, 1924, established the following quarantine regulations: 

Uarlposft, 
Alameda, Contra Costa^ and Lleroed Countlea, and that area 

of oolano and llapa Counties located within the boundary line 

described herein shall be Known and deaign&ted as the Closed 

Quarantined Area and shall be subject to the following quarantine 

regulations: 

(a) if'rom and after this twenty-second day of iuarch, 19E4, 
every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their agents and 
servants are hereby prohibited from transporting or shipping or re- 
ceiving for transportation or shipLient any lire stock including 
poultry for the purpose of being transported or shipped from place 
to place within, or from the said Closed Quarantined Area. 

(b) s^erj person, peraons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying any 
domestic animal including poultry in vehicles on or across the 
public highways or roads of said Closed Quarantined Area. 

(o) iiivery person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, 
moving or allowing to roam any live stook including poultry on or 
across the public highways or roads of said Closed Quarantined area; 






proTided, howerer, that nothing in these regulations shall apply 
to horses and mules when aotually working in harness when suoh 
horses and mules do not belong or have not entered premises where 
foot and mouth disease infection exists* 

The Coxmties of oan f^anoisoo, Llarin, oonoma, oan Mateo, 
Santa Clara, ^an Joaquin, and those parts of Napa and oolano not 
inoluded within the boundary line as described herein shall be 
Icnown Gind designated as the Prorlsionally ^arantined Area and 
shall be subject to the following quarantine regulations: 

(a) Pron and after this Twenty-second day of i^aroh, 1924, 
ery person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their agents 

and serrants are hereby prohibited from moving or transporting any 
lire stool: or receiving any live stock for the purpose of being 
transported or shipped, from place to plaoe. within or tram the 
Provisionally Quarantined ^rea xmless a permit shall have first 
been obtained from the Director of Agriculture or his duly 
authorized agent. 

(b) juvery person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying any 
live stook on or across the highways or roads of said Provisionally 
Quarantined Area Tinless said live stock is accompanied by the permit 
as provided for herein. 

(o) iivery person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited frcm driving, moving or 
allowing to roam any live stook on or across the public highways 
or roads of said Provisionally ^arantined Area, unless said live 
stook is accompanied by the permit as provided for herein; provided, 
however, nothing in these regulations shall apply to horses and 
mules when actually working in harness. 



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The said Director of ^igrloxilture le hereby authorised to 
promiilgate and put into force such other rules and regulations 
in said Closed and £rovi8lonELlly Quarantined itxeeB as he may 
from time to time deem expedient and necessary in order to protect 
lire stock of the otate of Calif oznla from the farther spread and 
dissemination of said foot and mouth disease. 

All other Proclamations issued by me on and after th« 
Twenty-sixth day of j'ebruary, 1924, relating to the subject of 
foot and mouth disease, are hereby repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of 
these quarantine regulations shall be an offense and punishable 
as provided by the laws of the otate of Califonala. 

i-OW, TEtiEilPORiJ, I, Friend Vta. Eichardson, as Governor of 
the ^tate of California by virtue of the authority invested in ma 
by law, do hereby proclaim these quarantine regulations prescribed 
by the Director of ^igrlcultore to be legal and binding regulations 
within the said counties of the 6tate of California; and I do 
further proclaim that said regulations shall be maintained and 
enforced within said counties and that a violation thereof shall 
subject any and all persons so violating any of said regulations 
to the penalties provided for in section six of that said act of 
the Legislature of the iitate of California entitled, "An act to 
protect domestic live stock from contagious and infectious 
diseases, to prescribe the duties of officials to carry into effect 
the provisions of this act, to provide for the appointment of a 
veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled, "An act to protect 
domestic live stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to 
provlds for the appointment and duties of officials to carry into 
effect the provisions of this act, and to provide an appropriation 



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therefor," approved .-iarch 18, 1899, as amended; and as further 
amended and approved June 3, 1921* 

IE (iITlIiiSo .HEREOF, I have hereunto set ay hand and 
caused the Grreat Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this 
Twenty-second day of inarch, A. D., 1924* 





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WHroX43, Tho fiaot has boan doUminad by t^a Dlraetor of 
A(?riculUira of tha atata of California that the oontaglouB, eoa- 
mur.loabla dieaasa ioaown as foot and aouth dioaaea axle la in lira ctook 
in ban Pranoieop, Alaaada, Contra Coeta. Mnrlpoaa. Maroad and Loa 
Angelas CounUae, and ale o in that area in iolano and ]»apa CoanUaa 
daeoribad ae folUw: All that area Inoludad aithin the boundary 
line beginning « the water front ot the City of Benloia; thanoe 

llOTing tha ^.tata :iigh*ay in a northarlj direction to the City of 
Cordelia; thenoe in a westerly and northerly direeUon along the 
rood to the Napa Hirer; thenoe follwrlrg the e outherly oourea of 
Kapa River. Bapa Bay. Mare leland .trait and Strait of Karquina. to 
the City of Banicia at point of origin of thia boundary line; and 

WHiJR3AS. the fact hae been ditarair.ed by aaid Dlreo tor of 
Agriculture that lire Etoek in Marin. Sonoaa. 3an Iteteo. -anta Clara. 
San Joaiuin. Stanialaua. Iladera and i-^reaao Coantiea. and thoae part, 
of TTapn and solano Counties located outaide of the boundary line ae 
doeoribed herein hove been axpoaed to the infeotion of eaid foot and 

mouth dieoRte; and 

WH3h3AS. the unreatrlotad movement of live e took and agri- 
cultural product, t^ithin or ii-o» aaid countie. and areas .iU Ukely 
raeult in the further spread or dUeeoinaUon of •^la disease to other 

anlMls not so affected; and 

*H^^A.. under and by virtue of an act of the Legial^ture of 
the State of California entitled. "An act to protect do»eeUc live 
stock from contagious and Infectious dlEeaeee. to prescribe the dutlec 
Of afficials to carr, into efr«.t the provisions of this act. to pro- 
Tide for the appoinfit of a veterinarian, and to repaal an act en- 
tiUed -An act to protect do.esUc Uve etocx fro. contagious an* in- 
feoUous diseases, to provide ior the •ppolntment and duties a£ of- 

««♦» -ff-iit the Drovisions of this act. and to provide 
fioials to oarry Into eiieot wa prw»*»*«— 



•x> •pproprlatlOD ther.for.' approy«d Uawh 18. 1B99,- a. arMDd.d; and aa 
furth.r amenflad and appror.4 Juna 3. 1921. tha said Liractor of Agrioul- 
tara in ordar to prarant tha eprandlng or oonnaiHoatlon of foot and 
moath dlEtaea to domaBtio ani::.el8 within tha Stata of CaUf ornia. cot so 
aff*otad, haa on thia tieanty- fourth day of Uaroh, 1924. aatabUehad 
tha following quaranUni regulatlone: 

Sas ?r«noiBoo. Ala.iiada, Contra Coeta, Uarlpoea, Maread and 
Loa Angelee Coa«tiae. and th^t araa of Solano anl Uapa Countiee looatad 
within tha boandary lina daacribad harain ahall ba ioiown and daaignatad 
ae tha Cloaad ^uarantlnad ,\raa and ehall ba eubjeot to tha following 

quarantine ragulatione: 

(a) ?rom and nftar this Urenty-fourth day of Uaroh. 1924, 
arary person, pareona. firr.. oompany. corporation, their agacta and 
aerranta are haraby prohibit*' from transporting or ehipping or racaiv- 
ing for tranaporv.tion or ahipnwit any lira etook inoluding poultry for 
tha purpoaa of beir* traneported or ehipped from placa to pl^oa *ilMn. 
or from the e^ld Closed :uaraEtinBd Area. 

(b) Brary perton. peraone. flrn. company, corporation, their 
age 18 and eerrante are hereb. prohibited from carrying any domeeUc 
anLal imluding poultry in v.hiclaa « on: acroae the public highway, 
or roada of said Cloaad uarantlned Area. 

(0) 37ery person, persona, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and senrante are hereby prohibited from driring. moring or 
all.*ing to ro« any lire etoolc Including poultry on or across th. public 
hi^v.Hy. or roads of said Cloaa* Quarantined area; provided, howerer, 
that nothing in t^ese ragulatione ehall apply to horses and mules when 
actually wording in harness when such har.es and mules do not belong 
or have not entered preodae. where foot and mouth disease Infection 

Ih. counties of Marin. <^onoma. San !!at«,. Santa Clara. San 
jcaquln. Stanislaua. Uadera and Fresno . and those i^ts of Napa and 

Solano not l«luded .Ithin the bou.d..y line as deacribed herein shaU 



b« kfiowB and dcsignBt^d aa the ProTlsloaally :^ractimd Ar«a nod ehall 
b« cabJ«ot to th« follovlDg laaroctio* r^galAtlooe: 

(a) .'^om and aft«r tMt tw*nV"^oa>'th day of Uaroh, 19E4, 
•▼try pareon, pare on, flr.r., ooapany, eorporetion* their agaete and 
•arrarte ara hereby prohibited from -noring or tracaportlog any lira 
atook or raoalTlce any lire atook for the purpoee off being trarjiportad 
or ahip ad, from plaoa to plaoa, rithln or froa the Profrieionally 
Qttaraotinad Area unleae a paralt ahall hare fire t bean db talced fron 
the Diraator of A^ric altera or bia duly aathorlEad agent. 

(b) ;ivary peraon« peraone , fiz<n, oonpany, oorporntlon, 
their ugante and eerracta ara hereby prohibited fro« oarryinir any 11 Ta 
atook on or aoroea the Mghaaya or ro&ds oi aald Prorialooally )aar*n* 
tlnad Area unleee aald llT* atook ia aooaapanled by tha peroit aa 
prorldad for herein* 

(o) 3rery pereon, peraone, flr-n, ootapany, oorporntlon, tholr 
agenta and aorracta ara hereby nrohiblted from drlTlcg, soring or al« 
loving to roan any lire atook on or aoroea the jubllo highwaya or 
roada of aald Prorleionally :>uarant,inad Area, urleaa aald live atook 
le aooomiyiciad by I2ie i^ermit ae provided for herein; provided, how* 
•Tar, Dothii^ in Iheee regulfitionB ahall apply to horese and eailse 
when Rotaally working in harneea* 

Tim aald riraotor of Agriculture la hareb: uuthorizod to 
pronalgHte and put into foit;e euch other rulae and rsgul'^tloai in 
aald CI «ed and ProTlaionally uarantlnad \raa8 ae ha ney fron time to 
time deem ezpediaiit and oaoeaaary in order to protect live etook of 
the ;:tate of California from the further epraad and diceeminatioo of 
■aid foot and raoath dleeaaa* 

All other ?roclaaatione ieeoed by ne on and after tha taenty- 
•aooM day of Uaroh, 19S4, relating to the aabjeot of foot and mouth 
dlaaaaa, are hereby repaalad* 

It le hereby ordered that a riolatlao of any or either of 
theae qoarantina ragulationa ahall ba an offeme and ponlahabla as 
provided b> tha lama of tha Stata of caUfomla. 



now, TEKRTTORSt I* ^land Wa* Hlohardcon, &a Oo^amor of 
th« 3tat« of Califcrnla by rlrtua of th« authority Inraatad In aa liy 
lav, do haraby proclairD thaaa (lanrfintina ragulatlone prasoribai by 
th« Dlraotor of Agrloaltara to ba lagal and binding ra^ilAtlona vlthln 
tha anld ocantlas of tha itata of California; and I do farthar proolala 
that aaid ragalatiODe shall ba aaintalQad and anforoad within eald 
aouatlaa and that a rlolatioo tharaof ahall aabjaot any and all paraoca 
ao rlolatlag majf ot aald ragtOatloos to tha panaltlas proTld«d for in 
aaotloD alx of that aald aot of tha Larialatara of tha stata of 
California actltlad, "An aot to protaot dooaetlo lira etook from 
oontagloas and InfaotiaoB dlaoneas, to praaorlbe tha dmtiaa of offiolals 
to oorry into affaot tha provleloca of this aot, to proTlda for tha 
appolntraant of a vatarlnarlar, and to rapool an not antltlad, *An aot 
to protaot doaaetlo lira etook from oontagloaa and Infeotlooe dleeacae, 
to proTide for tha apx)Olntmant and datiaa of offlolala to oarry into 
affaot tha prorlalooa of this aot, and to prorlda an appropriation 
tharafor,* approTad Maroh 18, 1899," aa nanded; and ae Aurthar anaodad 
and approvad Juna 3, 1921* 

Iff ffI7V'i.t .v.':i?.30P, I hava haraonto eet ay hand and oaoead 
the xraat ^aal of thla stata to ba horaonto aff izad this tv an ty- fourth 
day of Uaroh, A. :., I924« 




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riifl i\.S, The f-ct hM beon detexnined >»y the Ulrector of 
Agriculture of th« :;t«te of Califorr.la that th« oontairiou.. coi-a-mnic- 
ab3« dleeaee known an foot v,d mouth die^ui, exlets 1,. 11^. „tock in 
3nn i'rancieco. Alai.edn, Contra Coota, I ^rl.>oea, :.ar. Joaiuin, 
Stani93a-8. eroed, K:3it) a/.J loa Angeles rou».tios, v.a -^Jmo i» th^t 
area in Uolano and Hapa Coui.tiee deeoribed as fo31oYr.: All that 

%r<,a Included ..it>.ln t>.e bour,d ry lino ^rI. ,Im« on the .Ht«r fwnt of 
the City of henicia; thence folio ,lu« the State Hlfiftn-xy iri a 
northerly diroctlon to th (Uty of Cordelia; thenee in , «eete.ly 
and northerly direction nlonr tha road to the ;H:.a li^ar; thane, 
folJowi.K the southerly coui.e of th, N .pa MT.r. >l«pa J .y. u.r^ inland 
btr-J .nd Strait of K^rqulne^ to the dty of T^anlcl. nt point of 
ori,^i/t of thig boundary linta; and 

^SFiSAS, the f^ct has been detemlned by the said director of 
A^ricult ra that IIto stock In l.arln. onom. San > ateo. 3ax.ta 
Clara, 'ndera and Vrasno Cou^tlee. and t .oeo :,art8 or ;rHpa and 
"olano rom>ti.8 located outside of the bo ...da^r Uoe as de.cribed 
herein haTo bean exposed to the Infection of eai. f ot a.> I .-outh 
diseaso; -uid 

•^S^^SAiJ, tho unreotrictod R»Te ^nt of llTentock .nd .i«rlc altunU 
products ithin or from .aia counties -n<x areas win iik.ly res.lt 
In th. r.rthar spread or disBanLvition of said disease to other 
anliaals no so infected; and 

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St,t, .f C,llf.„l, «,tltl.d .*„ ».t t. p„».« d.„,.tlo UT..t.«c 
fn- oo„tn«i„u, .„« i„f,.tl„„. .,1,.,.„. ,. p,^,i^. »,. ,„^j,, 
.f orricl,,, to .„,y into ,ff,«t th, pro«»l.„. ,r tM. «t. to ro 
Tl.. for th., app.i„t, .,t or . T..,rl«rt„. «d ,. r..,«a «. .ot 
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officials to carry into effect the proTltione of this act, aiid to 
provide an appropriation therefor,' a piOTed Uarch lu, ]oyy," as 
amended; and as further aiaended and ".KproTeU June 3, 1921, the 
said Director of Agriculture in order to prerent the epreadliig or 
«oini iiunicatioii of f ot and mouth diaease to doiaeatic anliiia] s within 
the State of California, not eo affected, has on this first 
day of April, 1924, established the following quara^itine 
regulations: 

San Fraricisco, Alameda, Contra Hoata, Sai. Joaiiuin, Stanislius, 
Mariposa, Pierced, Kerti and Los Angeles Counties, and that area of 
Solano ajrid liapa Counties located within the boundary line described 
herein shall 1-e known and designated as the Closed iuarantinad Area 
and shall be subject to the following quarantine regulations: 

(a) Prom and after this first day of i^ril, 19:34, every 
person, persons, fim, company, cori;orition, their igants ana 
serv Jits are heroly prohlbltea fron transportiiig or shipping or re- 
ceiYiiif": for tr -nsportntion or shipnent aj y livestock including 
poultry for thj purpose of being transported or shipped fron place 
to place within, or from the said Closed .uarajitined Are; unless 
said livestock is accompanied by a pennit iss .ed by said director of 
Agriculture or >ii8 duly ^.utnorized agent. 

(b) lively person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents an.; servants nre hereby prohibited from carrying any doc.estic 
animal including poultry in vehicles on or across the public hig'i- 
ways or roads of said Closed .uaraiitined Area, unless «aid asimal or jpltry 
!• accompanied by the peimit as provided <«r B«rein. 

(e) jivery person, persons, firm, company, cor])orntion, their 
agents and serr nts are hereby prohibited from dii ing, moving or 
alio Ing to roam any livestock including poultry on or across the 
public highvmys or joads of sai.i Closed .uara/.tined Ar»i without the 
penult as provided for herain; provided, however, that nothing in these 
regulations shill apply to horses -uid mules when actually workij.g in 
h^m«.« when such horses vid itules do not belong or h^v. not eiitered 
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The CouxitieB of Uarln, Honoma, S<ui Uateo, Santa Clarft, 
Uadera and Fresno, and those p xrts of Uapa and Solano not Included 
within the bouiidary line aa de8crl1>ed heroin shall tie known and 
deslp^nated ae the FroTisional ly '>iuarantined Area and shall be subject 
to the folio ill g Tui^raiitined regulations: 

(a) Prom and after this firat day of April, 1924, erery 
pereon, persons, finn, compaiiy, cor oration, their agents and 
serviiita are herel>y prohibited from moTing or transxK) rating any lire- 
stock or receiving any liTestock for the purpose of being trans- 
ported or shipped from the Provisionally -iuara^ntinad Area unless said 
livestock is accompanied by a pemit i*isued by Aaid Director of 
Agriculture or his duly authorised agent. 

The said Director of Agrici Itire is hereby authorized to 
promulgate and put into force such other iiiles -uid regulations in 
said Closed nd FrovisiooaJ ly iuarantined Arens as le miy from time 
to time deem escpedient and necessary in order to protect livestock 
of the State of California from th j further apre vd and dissemination 
of said foot anci mouth dis ;ase. 

All other proclaraations is8ue<i by ne prior to this date, 
relating to the subject of f.^ot and nouth disease are hereby repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of 
these 'iuarantine regulations shall be an offense and p\inishable as 
provided by the laws of the State of Callforriia. 
NOW, THJSFJaPOEi!, I, Friend Win, Rich-^rdson, as Governor of the 
State of CalifomiH by virtu* of the authority invested in me by law, 
do hereby prool lim these quaisntino regulations prescribed by the 
Director of Agriculture to be legal rmd binding regulations within 
the said counties of the State of California; ajid I do further 
proclaim tiat said regulations shall be maintained and enforced 
within said counties and that a violation thareof shall s bject any 
and all persons so violating any of s id regulations to the penalties 
•provided for in ssction six of that said act of the Legislt.re of 
the State of Califoxiila antltled. -An act to protect domestio 
livestock from contagious and Infoctious diseases, to prescribe 



ULk Aulles of oWloial. io oaxry inio •fioci th» prorlBions of im« 

act, tp proTlde for tho appointr ant of a veterinarian, and to repeal 
an act entitled, *An act to protect domestic liTeato<:dc froB 
contagious and Infectious diseasea, to proTide for the appoints ant 
and duties of officlaDs to carry Into effoct the piOTlBions of this 
act, and to proTide am appropriation therefor,' approved iiarch 18, 
1890,* as amended; and as further amended and pproved June 3, 19^1. 

Hi WITilJS^S \/HiaJSOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of this State to bo hereunto iffixed this filrst day 
of April, A. D., 1924. 





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AJ^airaKENT HO. 1 TO CUARAUTIKS OHDBH NO. Z9 



Pertaining to Mexioan ootton boll weeril, and v'iri«tl«8 
thereof, and pink bollworm of ootton. 



It haying been determined by the Direotor 
of Aftrioulture that full proteotion from the introd' otion 
into the Stute of Oalifornla of the ootton boll weeril and 
rarietiee U.ereof and the pink bollworm of ootton in oon- 
neotion with the importation of ueed ootton picking bags 
will be afforded by the eterlMaation of 8uoh picking bags 
and the enforoement of certain protective -neaeureB, T?egula- 
tion 7 of fuarantine Order No. 39 is hereby amended to read 
ae foil owe : 



^eg-jlitlon 7. Ootton picking bags that have 
been ueed for picking or haryeBtinp ootton in any state or 
territory of the '^itod States or any ootton picking bags that 
haye ootton lint or cotton seed In or upon or ad}:ering to 
the sane are hereby prohibited from entering the State of 
California, and upon the arriyal of any such cotton picking 
bags as quarantined against in thiP order, the same shall bo 
immediately sent out of the state or destroyed at the option 
and expense of the owner, consignee or agent; 

Provided . that, used ootton picking bags 
carried or otherwise broug3-t Into the State of Oalifornia 
throu^i a border quarantine st^ition maintained by the State of 
California, where facilities are ayiilable for sterilization, 
may be admittsd provided the said picking bags are immersed 
for not lees than ten minutes in boiling water, said steriliia- 
tion to be plyen at such border quarantine station and under 
the immediate and direct supervision of the quarantine in- 
spsotor at such station. 

hll expense and labor connected with the 
steriliaation of such cotton picking bags shall be borne by 
the owner or owners or person or persons in charge of same. 
Any failure or refusal by the owner or nerson in pospeesion 
of suc> flicking bags arriving ^t such border quarantine station 
to steriliie suoh bags to the satisfaction of the cuarintins 
inspsotor at such st ition, shall res It in sueh picking bags 



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^•inp refused admlttanoe Into th© State of Oallfornla, and 
either immediately sent out of the state or destroyed, at 
the option and ex-jense of the owner or party in possession 
of saae* 

Hepulatlon 7 of 'Quarantine Order No. 89 
is amended aooordingly* 




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^XIll■tS^£i, 'i'he fnct has \>mm detemlnad by the .'-»iroctor of /^rloxilturo 
of the :^Jtat3 of CaJifomla that tho oonta/>:ioun, conrninicalilo diaonse 
k»owB aa foot aid nouth alseaaa oxlnta in llv>j stock In linja ITanciBco, 
AJanoda, ^^outra ("oata, J ariposi, r.rvn Joa uln, 7itania] -wia, rer««»<i, Kern 
md Los Anf^elea rountlen, f\n6 alno ir th it irea in r;rl?uio uid :apa 
CmintloB daacrilied ua follovje: All th-t nira-x inr^JudoU it-iin t" e 
boundary Hum baBlnnlf.*'; on the \ff%tex front of tho rity of Tonlcia; 
thenco folio in^ tha State ; Ir^^^way In a northorly (iljoction to the City 
of CordaJia; theice in a we^rterly jid nort erly <;iX3Ctlon a3on<': t e 
road t' the Jmpa : iror; thfince follo^np: t*io aouthorly couMfj of the 
i<apa IlTer, Kai^ lay, iaro Island : trait and :, trait of iviriulnoz to the 
Oity of Ltinicia Kt point of orir,in of thie bo indary line; and iji that 
ara-i in San lieiAardino Covmty doBcjilijti na follo/a; Vsat ortlon of 
Lian henmrdino fouiity "*. jRiJi iup, -xt the wefit >>our.t!nry line; -t pcint of 
intsrao -tion of t>io ^caoocbasncxsK 'on ^nrialea ajio :.aJk h&k i lailrop.d; 
folio viij^^ railxovd ri«ht-of- y easterly to it« inters ictior ith the 
nouth boiandary of iian Jiemardiiio Couiity ;follo iiv county lii e oarjterJy 
to tha point of ijiteraeotioji by Oia :>anta '• ) ailro ad ;fo31ov/in|T :;ant»» '^e 
LailXi ad northerly to city lirlta of i'.mi Be mardinc ;fo3 lo Inr: the --m 
Lamardiiio sity liiiits nort* to the point here tho ">anta ^'e Inilroid 
leaTo': t^ city ;fol Jowi)i^ the railr id rin'it-of-t/ y nort-Teily to 
VardflBio -t and tliinoo fol ]o.-dn<c5 a stralfj'it line due wjnt to the went 
V>oiuJdixy of !>an };9rnar<liiic) County; and 

sfil^ JAS, thi fact h-iB bo n detextdtied by tho said Director f rric Itvire 
that ll"»e atoak^ji i sarin, i^nena. Uan U«t«a, S»ntn Clara, "adera and 
>Teai-io CountioB, ^nd those i>artp of Mapa and .>elano Coujitias located 
outsid J of t)ie boundaxy line in described herein have bean expoaod to 
the infection of saiu foot niui t lOuth dia^iae; and 

mj&^.iAii, tho unrontricted inovT eiit of liventcok ana nitrieultinJ ro- 
Uucts wit/iin oi froi.! said countieo ana are-f? ill likely re'- t in the 



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WHiSRSAS, under and by rirtue of an act of V\a Legislature of the 
State of California entitled "An act to protect domestic lire-^tock 
from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of 
officials to cany Into effect tha proviRiono o^ this act» to pro- 
ride f<kr the apj^ointm-jnt of a reterinirian, and to repeal an act 
entitled 'An act to protect domestic liTestook from contagious and 
infections diseases, to provide for the ap^olntngnt and duties of 
officials to carjy into effect the proTisions of thin act, and to 
provide an appropriation therefor, 'approved llardi lu, 1U99," as 
amended; and as further -'inende i and approved Jvuie 3, 19ni, the said 
jJirector of Agriculture in ordsr to prevent the spreading or 
communication of f ot and mouth disense to dome-^tic aniiaals within 
the State of California, not so affected, has on this 'Ist day of 
April, 19 ;4, established the follovring quarajitine Regulations; 

San Francisco, Mameda, Contra Costa, Ban Joaquin, Stanlsl^ius, 
Marip sa, erced, Kern and Los Angeles Comities, and those areas 
Solano and San Bernardino Counties losated \7ithin the botindary 



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lines dencriliefJ herein shall be knovm nnd designated as the Closed 
iuarantlnod Area and shall be subject^ the folloning quarantine 
regulations: 

(a) From and after this ^Ist day of April, 19''4, every person 
parsons, firm, company, corporation, their agents -"nd seivants are 
heteby prohibiten] from transi.orting or shipping or receiving for 
traiisportation or ohipnent any livestock including poultry for the 
pur ooe of being transported or shipped from place to place within, 
or from th 3 said Closed ,.;arantined, Area unless said livestock is 
aocoinpanled by a permit issued by said Director of Asrieulture or 
hie duly authorized agent. 

(b) iSvery person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and seivants are hereby prohibited from c^irying any dome'?tic 
animal Including poultry in vehicles on or across the public highways 
or roads of said Closed .i,\iaraiitined Area, unless said aiiimal or 
pouitiy is accumpanled by the p;nnlt as provided for herein. 



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>SilllSAi>, The f'xct has l»^(!n datonined by the ^Iroctor of ''^rlexilturo 
of the state of Calif oiiiia that tho conta/<:ioun, conrnirjlcnl'lo (iisoise 
knoum as foot uid mouth aisoiBO orintB iri llvi? stoc'r In fJan Vraneisco, 
Alainoda, 'Contra ('osta. ■ arlyoBi, :.nn .ron. uin, nttDiisJ-nm, ; erce'.', Keni 

nd Los /vnro3e8 I'oiuitie'., ^^f^ a}no in th-\t area in Holruio -(Jid ' Apa 
Covintios doacriljed %• follov/e: All thit are'i included itiin t « 
houttidary liio heuinni. j^ on t>iG mtar front of tho fity of } anicia; 
thenno folio .Inp. the iHate ir*>w^y in a northerly (ilioction to the nity 
of Cordjlia; theice in a woitorly -jjd nort erly .iiraction aloni^ t e 
road to the iiapa : lYor; thance following the Bout>iarly coumo of the 

apa liTer, !.hv« lay. 1-aro Island strait and : trait of :v\riuinaz to the 
City of Lanicia at i)oint of orir.in of thie ho ndary line; and in that 
are-i in San J^einardino County doTciibad ■\b folio -n; that ortlon of 
oan haruariiino f'ouiity V. ^pjln I.m^ -^t the went l>o.3niinT7- lin-? -^t point of 
intereaction of Uxa toauomanx ooc on \nfreles ana Jial* lak ; i ail road; 
follo^i;^; railio-.d ri^ht-of- \y eaetarly to its intersection ith the 
south boundary of :>an 3^e2nardiMO Coujity ; folio ii^ county li) e oavtarly 
to tho point of intersootiou hy the .aiitn e ' ailro d ;follo\/inK : anta v» 
lailrad northerly to city lir^its of .oji }!e mardinc ;fol lo Inr: the ''.an 
lemardiiio eity liiiits nort * to the point tiore thj "anta ^e lailroad 
leave to city ;fol Jowin^ the railr ad rift'it-of-w y nort^oily to 
VexxloBio<.t and tiianco follo-dnr. a straif; t lii>e due wont to the west 
Vioundaxy of Jian liamardino County; and 

Wliia.e8AS, the faot has be n detexriined hy tho said Biroirtor f "^<!;rlc Iture 
that liTo stoRk^n i^irln, i^noroa, LJan !.'atee» Hanta Clara, ''adexci and 
>'reai)o Couiitiof«. and those party of lanpa and .-olano Countien located 
outsiU ) of the bounoaxy liiie as dSBcribec heieln have been exposed to 
the infectiv>n of saia foot %nd iiouth .:is<=>aso; and 

^^ .iAii, the unreatrieted movoje/it of liventcdc and a/^ricultural ro- 
ducts wit>tija or froru said coutitiaa and areas 4.11 likely ren Jt lii the 



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further spread or diBaamlnation of said disease to other animals not 
•o Infected; and 

W}{:3KaAS. under and by Tlrtue of an act of fie La^lBlature of the 
State of Callfonili entitled -An act to protect domefitic llTe-^tock 
from contaKious and Infectious diseases, to prescribo the duties of 
officials to cany into affect the proTiBiono of this act, to pro- 
Tide for the appointment of a Teterinirian, and to repeal an act 
entitled 'An act to protect domestic liTestocl: from contagious and 
infections diseases, to provide for the ap ointn^nt and duties of 
officials to cariy into effect the prorisions of this act, and to 
provide ail appropriation therefor, 'approve -irch lii, 1099," as 
amended; and as further -jnende i and approv one 2, 19P,1, fia said 

j:>lrector of Agriculture in ordar to prevent th^ spreading or 
coru.'iunlcation of f ot and mouth disease to dome-tic animals within 
the State of CaUfomla, not so affected, has on this Ist day of 
April, 19 4, estalJishad the folio. dng quaraiitine tefnilationsj 

San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin. Stanialaus. 
karlp. sa. - erced, Kern and Los Angeles Counties, and those areas of ITapa . 
Solano and Sai) Bemardlno Counties loaated 'Tithin the boundary 
lines de-^crihed herein shall be knovm and designate-i as the Closed 
iunraxitined Area and shall be subjecl^the foll.v.lng quarantine 
regulations: 

(a) From and after this Slst day of April, 19^4, every pereon 
persons, firm, compan,/, corporation, their agents nd servants are 
hereby prohibit ei from transporting or shipping or receiving for 
transportation or ahipmsnt any livestock Including poultry for the 
pur ose of being transported or shipped from place to place within, 
or from tho said Closed quarantined Area unless said livestock is 
accompanied by a pemlt issued by said Director of A«ric.;lturo or 
his duly authorize i agent. 

(b) iiveiy person, persons, fiirj, company, corporation, their 
agents and seivants are hereby prohibited from ciirylng any domestic 
animal including poultry in v-hicles on or across the public highways 
or roads of said Closed .Quarantined Area, unless said animal or 
pouitiy is accompanied by the p-iunit as provided for herein. 



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(c) jJrery person, persons, flxm. co.7.pariy, corporation, their 
agoots aiid servants are hereby prohibited from driving, moring or 
allowing to roam any Urastock including poultry on or across the 
public hif^hways or rodds of said Closed iuarantined Area without the 
peiTiit as provided for h..rein; provided. >iow9Ter. that nothing in 
thes;. regulations shall apply to horses and mulsB ^ « actually 
worki.ig ir. harxieas whan such horses and nules do not belong or have 
not entered praiaiaes vvhere foot and mouth disease infection exists. 

Tha Countioa of llarin. iionoiia, Ga^ja Kateo. Santa Clara, Uadera. 
and Fresno and those parts of Ifapa and Solano not included within 
tha bou-.dary line as described herein shall be knov« and designated 
as tha Provisiojially i*uar jitined Area and ah .11 be subj .3ct to the 
following quarantine regulations: 

(a) Prom and ^ftar this twenty-first day of April. 19::4. eroiy 
person, persons, fixm. oonpsny. corporation, their agents and servants 
ar« hereby prohibited from moving or transporting any livestock, or 
receiving any livestock for the purpose of being transported or 
Shipped from the Irxovisionall. 4uaia.tined Area u^Uaso said livostock 
is accorupawied by a pai,nit isBu.d by said i^iractor of .^grtculture 
or his duly authorised agent, 

Tho .aid Jiractor of Agriculture is hereby authorized to 
promulgate and put into forca .uch other r*les and ragulatlon. in said 
Closed and Provisionally :iuarantined Area, as ha may from time t time 
doam e.xpediant and nec...«.,y i,, order to prota-.t liva.took €t the 
State of Califon:ia fro., the further spread and dissemin tion of said 
foot qjid mouth dia^aoa. 

All otl,,.r piooJmationa lasuad ),y no prior to t lis data, 
rol-ti„« to the .uhj ,ct of foot a«d mouth oleoao, ar, her,>,y rlpealM. 

It IB „o. .,v orae..<l ttiat a TloJatlo,, of a„y or oithor .f the., 
*».ra,.tl»e ro«,., ,tlo„. «.an ho 3. off on., «,. p^i.,^,,. .. ,„,i„^ 
hy th» law. Of th, state of OalifoiDta. 

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do hereby pxoolain these -iuarantine regulations presoribed by the 
Director of Agrieylture to be l^gal and binding regulations within 
the said counties of the State of California; and I do further 
proclaim that said regulations ehall be maintained njid enforced 
witnin said couiitles and that a Tiolation thereof shall subject any 
and all persons so Tiolating any of said regulations to the penalties 
proTlded for in section six of t^at said act of the Legislatur ■■ of 
the Stat i of Califoxnia entitled, "An act ts protect domestic 
lirestock from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the 
duties of officials to carry into effect the proTisionsjbf this act, 
to proTide for thj appointm nt of a Yeterlnarian , and to repeal an 
act tetitled »An act to protect dona^tic livestock from contagious 
and infectious uismses , to proTide for the appointi^ont aJad duties 
of officials to cany into effect the proTisions of this act, and 
to proYide an auproprin^tion therefor*, approved Kerch 18, lti99,* as 
sunended; and as further amended and approvcHi June 3, 1921. 



IM WITIJJSS VKKl-ScP, I hare hereunto sey my Hand and caused the 
Graat Seal of this State to ba hereui.to affixed this "-li^. day of 
April, A. D. 1924, 

GoTsmor of the State of Califoxnia 




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.VHEKEAS. The fact has oeen determined by the Director of Asri- 
culture of t.ie state of California that the contagious, coimnuni cable 
disease kiiown as foot-and-raou t>i disease exists in live stock in 
:ian ^'ra-ncisco, Alameda, Jontra Costa, Larinoaa 'Jan Joaquin, dtania- 
xaus, kerceG, kadera. Kern, and L,08 Angeles Counties, and also in 
that area in dolano and l.apa counties described as foliov;a: Ail that 
area incj-uded witiiin the boundary line bet^inning on the water front 
of tne City of Benicia thence following the State Highway in a 
northerly direction to t;ie City of Cordelia; tnence in a westerly 
and northerly direction along the road to the l.apa ^iver; thence 
following the southerxy course of the ::apa River, liapa Bay, L'.are 
Island atrait and strait of Karquinez to the City of Benicia at point 
of origin of tJiis boundary line; and in tliat area in San Bernardino 
County aescrioed as follows: that portion of San Bernardino County 
bea:inning at the west boundary line at point of intersection of the 
LOS .^.njeles and salt Lake Railroad; following railroad right-of-way 
eastsrxy to its intersection with the south boundary of San jernarlino 
County; following county line easteny to tiie point of intersection by 
tne yanta ^'e Railroad; following Santa jPe Railroad northerly to city 
limics of can Bernardino, following tne San Bernardino city limits 
north to the point where the santa j;e Railroad leaves the city; 
lolj-owing t.-ie railroaa right-of-way northerly to /erdemont ana tiaence 
following a straijht line due west to the west ooundary of San Bernar- 
dino county, and 

v/HEKSAS, The fact has been determined by tiie said Director of 
Agriculture that live stocic in Liarin Sonoma, San L'.ateo, Santa ':lara, 
and vresno Counties, and those parts of Kapa and Solano Counties 
located outside of the boundary line as described herein have been 
exposed to the infection of said foot-and-iaouth disease, and 

•VHEHEAS . The unrestricted movement of live stoc^: and sigricultural 
orouucts within or from said counties and areas will lively result in 



the further spread or aisaemination of said disease to other animals 
no I 30 infected; ana 

..TiEREAS, under and oy virtue of an act of the Legislature of the 
State of caxifornia enti txed , "An act to protect domestic live stock 
frofii contaiTious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of 
officials to cuttj into effect the provisions of tlii a act, to provide 
for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled, 
'Aii act to protect domestic live stocii from contagious and infectious 
aiseases, to provide for the a>pointnient and auties of officials to 
carry into effect the provisions of tjiis act, and to provide an appro- 
priation cheref or, ' approved larch Id, 1899,'' as amended; and as further 
amended and approved June 3. 1921. the said Director of Agriculture in 
order to prevent the spreading or communication of f oc t-and-moutri 
uisease to domestic animals within the btate of California, not so 
affectea, nas on uiis twejity- sixth aay of April, 1924, established the 
foliowint^ quarantine regulations: 

ban j-rancisco, A-i-ameda, jontra Josta, san Joaquin. Stanislaus, 
L.ariposa. kerced, liu.dera, Kern, and Los .-jriseles bounties, and those 
areas of Napa, solano, and 3an Bernardino Counties located within the 
Doundary lines descrioed herein shall be known and designated as the 
Gxosed .^,uarantiae Area and sha^l oe su;;ject to the follov/inc quarantine 
regulations ; 

(a) jiToi:. and after this twenty-sixth da^^- of April, 1924, every 
person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their agents and servants 
are hereby prohibited from transporting or shipping or receiving for 
transportation or shipment any live stock including poultry for the 
p>^rpose of oeint trani^ported or shipped from place to place within, or 
from the said closed quarantined Area unless said live stock is 
accom.janiea oy a per.:.it is;.ued oy said Director of Agriculture or his 
auly autnorized agent. 

(o) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their amenta 
and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying any domestic sinimal 
inca.udin_ poultry in vehicles on or across the public highways or roads 
oi saia closed .^quarantined Area, unless said animal or poultry is 



acconpanied by the jermit ^b provided for herein. 

[c) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants a.re hereby prohibited from drivint^, moving or 
allov/iHii; to roac. any live atocl: inciudint: poultry on or across the 
puDlic hi^-hways or roads ox said jlosed quarantined Area v.ithout the 
permit as provided for herein; provided, Vxcwever, that nothing in 
these regulations shaxl apply to horses and mules when actually 
v/ori£in^ in harness when such horses and mules do not oelont^: or have 
not entered preir.ises wnere foot-and-mouth disease infection exists. 

The Counties of karin, Sonoma, San Mateo, Santa Qiara, -ind Fresno, 
and those parts of Kapa and Solano not included within the boundary 
line as descrioed herein shall be knov/n and desijnated as the Pro- 
visionally uarantined Area and sha.l be suoject to the fol .ov/ing 
quarantine regulations: 

^a) j'rou. ana after tnis twenty-sixth day of April, 1924, every 
person, jersons, firm, company, corporation, their a-ents and servants 
are hereby prohioited from r.ovin;- or transp. rtLi,;? any live stock, or 
receiving: any xive stoci for the purpose of oeintr transported or shipped 
from the i-^r ovisionally .quarantined Area unless said live stock is 
acconpanied cy a permit issued by said Director of Agriculture or his 
duly autnorized a-ent. 

Jhe said Director of Agriculture is hereby authorized to promulgate 
and put into force such other rules ana regulations in said Jlosed and 
provisionally _uarantined Areas as he may from time to time deem ex- 
pedient and necessary in order to protect live stock of the State of 
'Jaiifornia from the further spread and die semi nation of said foot-and- 
mouth disease. 

Ail other proclamations issued oy me prior to this date relating 
to the suoject of foot-and-mouth disease are hereby repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of these 
quarantine regulations sliall be an offense and punishable as providea 
oy t.ie laws of the state of California. 

'^■C'J, .'}IERE:^"OR£. I, Friend .7m. Hichardaon, as -rover.-.or of the 
State of ja^ifornia oy virtue of tne authority invested in me by law, 






do hereby proclaiin these quarantine re-julationa prescribed by the 
Director oi Agriculture to oe lejjiax and binding reciulations within 



the said counties of ti.e otate of Caii: 



ornia; a 



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do I'urther oro- 



cxaia that said re,;Ulati 



ona shall be maintained and enforce 



d v; i th i n 



said counties and that a violation thereof 



shaLl subject any and all 



jeraons so violatin_ any of said ref-ulations to the penalties provided 



for in section six of uiat said 



act of the Legislature of the State of 



Caiifwrnia entitxe' 



tagious ai.d infectiou 



in act to protect domesti 



c live stock from con- 



s diseases, to prescribe the duties of officials 



to carry int; effect the provisions of this act tc jr 



appointment of a veterinarian 



ovide for the 



and to repeal an act entitled, 'An 



to protect domestic live stock frc 



>m contagious and infectious diseases 



to 



provide for the appointment and duties of officials to carry i 



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iie provisions of tnis act, and to provide an apo 



therefor,' approved liarch 18, 18y9," as am 
and approved June 3, 1921. 



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ended; and further amended 



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EXECUTIVE DEPAr.T:.!EJ:T. 

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l^OCIALIATION 
WHEl-lEAS, The fact has been determined by the Director of 
Agriculture of the State of California that the cor.taglous disease, 
known as foot and mouth disease, has been found to exist among 
live stock in the following counties and areas in California, 
hereafter known and designated as the CLOSED QUAEAITTIRED AP.EA : 
SAIf FF.AirCISCO COUIITY . ORAIJGS CuUNTY . 

co::tp.a cost a gqiiity . 

ALALIEDA COaiTY: All that area in Alameda County located 
west of following boundary line: Beginning at the intersection 
of the dirt road with the Cortra Costa County boundary, thence 
following said road in a southerly direction through the cities 
of Santa Eita, Pleasanton and Sunol, thence following said road 
in easterly and southeasterly directions to its intersection 
with the State Highway, thence alon? State Highway in a souther- 
ly direction through Mission San Jose to its intersection with 
the Santa Clara boundary, 

NAPA AIID SULAJfO CQUKTIES; All th^t area in Ilapa and Solano 
counties included within the following boundary Mne: Beginning 
at the w'ter front of the City of Benicia, thence follovlng 
the State Highway to Cordelia, thence in a westerly and norther- 
ly direction along the road to ITapa F.lver, thence following 
southerly course of Ilapa r.iver. I^apa Bay, Ilare Island Strait 
and Strait of Zarkinez to the beglnxilng. 

SAi: JOA^UIIJ CuriJTY: All th^t area in San Joaquin County 
located south of the boundary line beginning where the San 
Joaquin F.iver intersects the Contra Costa-Svi Joaquin Counties 
boundary, thence followlne: southeasterly aloni' said river to 
its junction with Calaveras F.iver. thence following north- 
e«et«rly alor:. "^l^-or-p Mver to its intersection with the 



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Calaveras County boundary, except the following modified quaran- 
tined area in San Joaquin County: all that area included within 
the "boundary formed by the right-of-way of the "Port Costa to 
Tracy line" of the Southern Pacific Eailroad as it enters San 
Joaquin County, thence alonp' said right-of-way in a SDUtheaster- 
ly direction to Tracy, thence in a southerly direction along 
the right-of-way of the "West Side line" of the Southern Pacific 
Railroad to the Stanislaus County boundary. 

STAITISLAUS COHTTY ; All that area in Stanislaus County 
located east of the San Joaquin Elver, 

IZI-.CED GOITTY ; All Vnat ar^ Lleroed County located 
east of the San Joaquin r.iver, 

lli^F.IPQSA COUITTY : All that area in Llariposa County located 
west of the- western boundary of the Sierra and Stanislaus Nation- 
al Forests, 

:.'JkDSr.A CQLTTY : All that area in Lladera County located west 
of the western boundary of the Sierra national Forest. 

ISF.:: aori:TY ; ah that area in ITern County within a radius 
cf fifteen miles fron infected preniees. 

LOS AITGELES COUIIIY ; All of Los Angeles County located south 
of the southern boundary of the Santa Barbara and Angeles !Tational 
Forests. 

SAi: BEI'.x:aIu/I:.c CtUi:TY ; ah that area in San Beii-ardino 
County located south of Angeles ITational Forest and west of 
right-of-way of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa ?e I.allroad 
running from Verdenent southwesterly to the western boundary 
of San Bernardino City lirnits, thence southerly to Elver side 
County boundary; and 

WEEEilAS, live stocl: located in the following counties 
and areas, herafter knorm and desi,.fnated as the LIQ:;I?Ii:J) 
^UJiT-AIT TJZJ Al-l^ . have been exposed to said foot and mouth 
disease: 

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ALAI.IEDA CulTTTY ; All that area ir. Alaseda County located 
east of a boundary line befrinning at the intersection of the dirt 
road with the Contra Costa County boundary line, thence follow- 
ing said road in a southerly direction through the cities of 
Santa F.ita, Pleasanton and Sunol , thence following said road in 
ajp. easterly and southwesterly direction to its intersection with 
the State Highway, thence along the State Kighv/ay in a southerly 
direction through Mission San Jose to the Santa Clara County 
boundary line, 

SAi: J0A;^UII: COUrTY ; ah that area in San Joaquin County 
included witl-.in the boundary forned by the right -of -v.'ay of the 
"Port Costa to Tracy line" of the Southern Pacific F.ailroad 
as it enters San Joaquin County, thence following said right-of- 
way in a southeasterly direction to Tracy, thence in a southerly 
direction along the right-of-way of the "West Side line" of 
the Southern Pacific Eailroad to the Stanislaus County boundary. 

STAI'ISLAUS GOUirTY ; All that area in Stanislaus County 
located west of the San Joaquin iliver. 

IILi-.CEI; GJUI.'TY ; All that area in Merced County located west 
of the San Joaquin Fiver, 

I-IARIPUSA CX::i:Y : ah that area in Llariposa County located 
east of the western boundary of the Sierra and Stanislaus I^ation- 
al Forests. 

luiI>'z.lJi CC;U1:TY; All that area in Iladera County located east 
of the western boundary of the Sierra Ilational Forest. 

ISlEi: COrilTY ; All th^t area in Eern County located outside 
of a radius of fifteen miles from infected premises. 

IPS A::7i^lZ3 CUUITTY i All of that part of l08 Angelea County 
located north of the southern boundary of the Santa Barbara and 
Angeles ITational Forests; and 

V/Pjil-ilAS, The unrestricted movements of live stock and 
agricultural products from said CLOSED and LIODIFIED QUAF.A1TTI!IED 
AKEAS will likely result in the further spread of said disease 
to llT« stock not so affeotcrd: and 



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WHEr£AS. under and by virtue of en act of the legislature of 
the State of California entitled "An act to protect domestic lire- 
stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the 
duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of thia act, 
to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an 
act entitled 'An act to protect domestic live stock from contagious 
and infectious diseases, to provide for the appointment and duties 
of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, and 
to provide an appropriation therefor', approved Llarch 18, 1699," 
as amended; and as further amended and approved June 2, 1921, the 
said Director of Agriculture in order to prevent the spreading 
or communication of foot and mouth disease to domestic animals 
within the State of California, not so affected, has, on this second 
day of :.Iay, 1924, established the follov;ing quarantine regulations: 

CLOSED M.VA:..^:Tiin:::D ai:sa. 

(a) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from transporting or 
shipping or receiving for transportation or shipment any livestock 
including poultry for the purpose of being transported or shipped 
from place to place within, or from the said ClOSED ^UAEAirTII^ED 
AEEIA unless said livestock is accompanied by a perrdt issued by 
said Director of Agriculture or his duly authorized arent, 

(b) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying any domestic an- 
imal including poultry in vehicles on or across the public high- 
ways or reads of said ClOSED WUAP.AlITIirED AP.EA, unless said animal 

or poultry is accompanied by the permit as provided for herein, 

(c) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, moving 

or allowing to roam, any livestock including poultry on 
or across the public highways or reads of said ClOSED ;.UAE- 
AITTIHED AP.EA without the permit as provided for herein; provided, 
however, that nothing in these regulations shall apply to horses 

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and mules wiien actually working in harness when such horses and 
mules do not belong or have not entered premises where foot 
and mouth disease infection exists. 

(a) Every person, persons, firm, ccmpany, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited fi-on. moving or trans- 
porting any livestock, or receiving any livestock for the purpose 
of being transported or shipped from the L'ODIFIED QUAEAITTIirED 
AlOiA unless said livestock is accompanied by a permit issued by 
said Director of Agriculture or his duly authorized agent. 

The said l^irector of Agriculture is hereby authorized to 
promulgate and put into force such other rales and regulations 
in said GIOSSD and MC&irim) i.VAI:A17Ii:mD AEEA3 as he may from 
time to time deem expedient and necessary in order to protect 
livestock of the State of California from the further spread 
and dissemination of said foot and mcuth disease. 

All other proclamations issued by me prior to this date 
relating to the subject of foot and mouth disease are hereby 
repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either 
of these .Quarantine regulations shall be an offense and pun- 
ishable as provided by the lav/s of the State of California. 

HOW, TIEI-JiFCF^. I, Friend Wm. F.ichardson, as Governor 
of the State of California by virtue of the authority in- 
vested in me by law. do hereby proclaim these :.uarantine regu- 
lations prescribed by the Director of Agriculture to be leg- 
al and binding regulations within the said counties of the State 
of California; and I do further proclaim that said regulations 
shall be maintained and enforced within said counties and that 
a violation thereof shUl subject any and all T)ersons so vio- 
lating any of said regulations to the penalties provided for in 

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Section Six of that said act of the Legislature of the State 
of California entitled, "An act to protect domestic livestock 
from contafcious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties 
of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, 
to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal 
an act entitled 'An act to protect domestic livestock from con- 
tagious and infectious diseases, to provide for the appointnient 
and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
this act and to provide an appropriation therefor', approved 
IJarch 18, 1699," e.e amended; and furt}:er araended and approved 
June S, 19£1. 

Ii: V.'ITIXSS Y/IIEriO?, I have hereunto set coy hand and caused 
the Great Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this second 
day of :.:ay, A."^., 1924. 




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EXECUTIVE DEP/if.TUEirr 

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Z£.£CLAMATION^ 

WHEIJiAS, [The fact has been deterniined by the Director 
of Agriculture of the State of California that the contagious 
disease, known as foot and mouth dlsea e, has been found to 
exist among livestock in the following counties and areas in 
California, hereafter knov;n and designated as the CLOSES 






COItTTJ. Cv.'S2-. CCUIIIY : 
OF. AlTGrL COUKTY: 



ALAI.TKDA COUIITY: 



ill that area in Alameda County located 



west of following boundary line: Beginning at the intersection 
of the dirt road v;ith the Contra Costa County boundary, thence 
following said road in a southerly direction through the cities 
of Santa }.ite-, , Plensanton s.n5. Sunol, thence fo31ov/infr said road 
in easterly and southeasterly directions to its intersection 
with the State Highv.'ay, therce alonf State "Ighway in a southerly 
direction through llisslon San Jose to its intersection with the 
Santa Clara boundary. 

ITAPA AI:D SQIAIIO COUITTIES: All that area in Napa and Solano 
counties included within the following boundary line: Beginning 
at the water front of the City of Benicia, thence following the 
State Eighv.'ay to Cordelia, thence in a westerly and northerly 
direction along the road to Hnpa Fiver, thence following souther- 
ly course of I'Jipa Fiver, Napa 3ay, Mare Island Strait and Strait 
of Karklnez to the beginning. 

S AIi JOA.JJIIT COUNTY : All that area in San Joaquin County 
located south of the boundary line beginning where the San Joaquin 



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BlTer Intersects the Contra Costa -San Joaquin CountieG boundary, 
thence followlnr southeasterly alonr said Flrer to Its junction 
with Calaveras Kiver, thence following northeasterly along 
Calaveras Fiver to its intersection with the Calaveras County 
"boundary, except the following area: All that area included 
within the boundary formed by the right-of-way of the "Port Costa 
to Tracy Line" of the Southern Pacific l.ailroad as it enters 
San Joaquin County, thence alonp said right-of-way in a south- 
easterly direction to Tracy, thence in a southerly direction 
along the right-of-way of the "west §ide line" of the Southern 
Pacific Eailroad to the Stanislaus County boundary. 

STi'JJIDLAUS COPlirTY: All that area in Stanislaus County lo- 
cated east of the San Joaquin Fiver. 

MEF>CE3) COUHTY : All that area in Merced Bounty located east 
of the San Joaquin Fiver. 

MAFIIPOSA COUNTY : All that area in Mariposa County located 
west of the western boundary of the Sierra and Stanislaus national 
Forests. 

MADETA COUITgY : All that area in Madera County located west of 
the western boundary of the Sierra National Porest. 

EEF.N COUIfTY : All that area in Sern County within a radius 
of fifteen miles from infected prenises, 

LOS AIIGELES COUNTY : All of Los Angeles County located south 
of the Southern boundary of the Santa Barbara and /jigeles rational 
Forests. 

SAi; BEIJIAPJ^IIiO COUUTY ; All that area in San Bernardino County 
located south of Angeles National Forest and west of right-of-way 
of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Eailroad running from 
Yerdement southwesterly to the western boundary of San Baaa.- 
ardino City Limits, thence southerly to Riverside County Boundary: 
and. 



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WHEEEAS. livestock located in the following area in 
3A11 yKANCISCO CJUNTY, hereaftsr known and deelpnated ae the 
MCtPiynj) gTAlw-JmiTED Id.lj, . have been exrosed to said foot 
and mouth disease: 3eplnninfr at the intersection of Islais 
Creek Channel with San Franci oco Bay, thence weateily along 
Islais Creek Channel to loomis Avenue, thence aZonp Joomio 
Avenue to San iBruno Av-nue to its intersection with Rail- 
road Avenue, thence along i.ailroad Avenue to its intersection 
with Wallace Avenue, thence alon^ V.allaoe Avenue to Sooth 
Basin Canal and South Basin to San Francisco 3ay: and 

VVffilBKAS, The unreptricted movernents of live stock and 
agricultural products from -aid CLOSED and MOPiriED >.UAI.'J.:TINED 
/\F.LAS v/ill likely result in the further srread of said disease 
to live stock not so affected; and 

VHEr-EAS, under and by virtue of an act of the legirlature 
of the State of California entitled "An act to protect domestic 
live stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to pre- 
scribe the duties of officials to tfarry into effect the provlsiona 
of this act, to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect doraestic live 
stock from contatrious and infectious diseases, to provide for the 
appointment and duties of officials to carry i to effect the pro- 
visions of this act, end to provide an appropriation therefor', 
approved Uaroh 18, 1899." as amended; and as further amended and 
approved June 3, 1921, the said ' r«lrtor of Agriculture in order 
to prevent the spreading or comnunication of foot and mouth 
disease to domestic animals within the State of California, not 
so affected, has, on this seventh day of ?iay, 1924, established 
the following quarantine r egulatl one; 






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CLOSELi ^V.uJdilll^L Al-EA 



(a) Kvery person, persons, firm, oommny, oorporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from trans- 
porting or shiprlnfir or receiving for transportation or shlp- 
nent any liventock including poultry for the purpose of being 
transported or shipped fron place to place within, or from the 
said CLOSED QUAPJ\aITIHED ATJiA unless said livestock ia accompanied 
by a permit issued by said Director of Agriculture or his duly 
authorized agent, 

(b) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited fron carrying 
any donjestic animal including poultry in vehicles on or across 
the public highways or roads of said CLOSED QU/JvAITTIHKD AP."-A., 
unless said animal or poultry is accompanied by the permit as 
provided herein, 

(o) Every person, persons, firri, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, 
moving or allowing to roara, any livestock including rioultry 
on or across the public highways or roads of said OLOSED 
QUAEAFi!IlJED AEEA without permit as provided for herelii; pro- 
vided, however, that nothing in these regulations shall apply 
to horses and mules when actually v/orking in harness when 
such horses and mules do not belonr or have not entered 
premises where foot and mouth disease infection exists. 

MODIFIED v;UAEAITTIirSD AP.EA 

(a) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited fron moving 
or transporting any livestock, or receiving any livestock 
for the purpose of being transported or shipped from the 
MODIFIiiD t<.UAFJtIJTIHED AI.KA unless Bald livestock is accom- 
panied by a permit issued by said Director of Agricultux* 
or his duly authorized agent* 

The said Director of Agriculture is hereby authorized 



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to pronulrr-te and rut Into force such other rnles nnd rcpala- 
tlona in said Ziosyj) and no;'i:i:3> ;U;J.AKTinED AI.KAS as he nay 
fron tlrae to tine deen ex^^edlent and nedeosary in order to 
protect I'veptook of the State of California fron the further 
spread and diaaernlnation of oalc^ foot and mouth dlseape. 

All other proclamationa loened by me prior to this dnte 
relatln^T to the nabject of foot and mouth disease are hereby 
sepealed. 

It ic hereby ordered that a violation of any or either 
of those Quarantine I epnlatlono shall be an offense and pin- 
lohable aa provided by the laws of the State of California. 

nor.'. TTTEliFOrf,, I, Friend "n. richardoon, an norernor of 
the State of California by rirtue of the authority inverted 
in oe by law, do hereby proclnln theae quarantine !:egrulations 
prescribed by the Director of \grloi:ltare to be lepal and 
bindinjT regiilationo within the said counties of the State of 
California; and I do further proclaim that paid rfi -r.latlona 
sh^ll be naln^ained and enf creed v-ithin cnid counties and that 
a violation thereof shall subject any and all persons so vlo- 
latin'^ any of said repulationp to the T>enalties i^rovlded for 
in section oix of that said act of the Legislature of the 
State of California entitled, "An act to protect donestlc live 
stock from contapioas and 1 fectlous diaeaoes, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
this act, to provide for tl.e appointment of a veterinarian, 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect donentio 
livestock from contagioas anc infectious diaeases, to provide 
for the appointment and dntiea of officials to carry into 



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effeot the prorlsions of this aot and to i-roride an appropri- 
ation therefor', apvroved March 18, 1899," as amended; and 
further anended and arproved Jane 3, 1921* 

IN MTHESS WHEKEOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Sreat Seal of this State to be hereunto affix«d 
this Seventh day of I-Iay, A.D., 1924. 




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WAY 1 4 1921 




DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE 



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G H HEOKE. DIRBCTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



.\Ji31fDM3irr RO. 3 TO QUARASTIKB ORDER HO. 26 
Pertaining to Sweet Potato •'•eril 



Direotor ol 



?h=i fact hayinp been determined by the 
\Frloultare ttiat the eweet potato weeril . 



{Gvlas for'nioarjue, ^-ib.) does not exist in that portion 
r th'a" 3'^t ' ' oin j u i b i an a north of the k> uth bonndariea 
of the parieiies of 7ernon, lipldee, Woyellee and Con- 
oordla, Cuarantine Ord.T No. 35 is hereby amended to per- 
mit the entry into tho State of Culifornia of all sweet 
tubers ( Ipjmo ea h it3tac_) ind parte f ereof , 8T»eet 
7ineJ 



potato 

pot ito 



plints, vines, c^ittirp-s, draws ani slips, and 



morninp glorias (Igomoea an2 Oonvolya lao ap.) md yams 



groa-n, pao'ced 
loaisl mi nor' 



( "Pi 80 ore a bo.) 

of the .5ta..e of 

the -larlshes of Vernon, '':iy:;id8B_ 

subject to the provisione of legulation £ of quarantine 

Order 30. 35. 



T stored in that portion 
of thf Fouth boundaries of 
ivoyelles and '^onoordla. 



Tuarantins Ord-r T'o. 35 ie a-nendad 



acoordir.gly. 




Direotor jf Agrioulture 



ApproTed: 




Oorernor of the State of California 



T,.„^. /^-l^^^ 'y. /^^// 



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k^ mhmo 






MAY 1 4 1924 



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1 
I 



state of California 

EXE"rTI"'.'2 DEPA'.?; Si:? 



l\ *J J I 



'i 1 ^ -n 



ul^EP^EAS, The 
Agriculture of the 



fact has beer: deter-iined. by the l/irector of 
State of California that the ccr.ta^-ious 
disease, icr.ov.-n as foot and nouth disease, has beer: found to 
exist air.onr- livestock ir. t}ie follov.inr counties and ai-eaa in 
California, hereafter l:nov;n and desi^r^ted as the JIObLlJ 



UU^.i».j». OV^Ox 






TULATJ: CCUIITY. 



C*.**-!.- wT-l- "wij^. 



uU^t^i^t-J^^---'^ ^^ > 



.>.i^^^^-^ ^.^Jli^Y: All that area in Alaraeda County located 
west of f ol 1 ovd r^ b o unda ry line: Befiming at the intersection 
of the dirt read v.lth the Contra Costa County boundary, thence 
following said road in a 8 outherl." direction throufvh tlie cities 
of aanta I.ita, Ileasanton and oimol, thence following said 
road in easterly andsoutheasterly directions to its inter- 
section v;lth the State 'li^hvvay, thence alont State "ifhway 
in a southerly direction throuph I.lission :ian Jose to its inter- 
section with the Santa Clara boundary. 



counties included v.lthin 
at the water front of the 



Ui.. ^ X£^>J • 



All th-at area in L'apa 
the follov.ing boundary line; 



Cit: 



Beniciv 



:e:.ce fol! 



and Solano 
Beginning 
.ov;inr the 



o: 

State Highway to Cordelia, thence in a westerly and northerly 
direction along- the road tc i:apa l\iver, thence following southerly 



course o: 



:ppa hiver, llapa Bay, Llare Island Strait and otrait 



of IZarquine:. to the begirjiing. 



JOi 



located south 



"Ii; 



JlI"1:1"Y : All th^at area ii\ San Joaquin County 
the boundary line beginning where the San 
sects the Contra Costa-San Joaquin Counties 



o: 
Joaquin Eiver intei 
boundary, thenoe follov.ing southeasterly alon^ said I.iver to 
its Junction v.it]-. Calaveras I.iver, thence following north- 
easterly along Calaveras i.iver to its intersection v;ith the 
Calaveras County boundary, except the follov/ing area; All 
that area included v.itiiin the boundary formed by the right-of- 
way of the "Port Costa to Tracy Line" of the Southern Pacific 
Eailroad as it enters San Joaquin County, thence along said 
right-of-way ii. a sout'. easterly direction to Tracy, thence in 
a southerly direction along the right-of-v/ay of the "West Side 



Line" of the Southern Pacific P.ailroad to 
County boundary. 



the Stnnislaus 



M 



37:^.1:^1..^ 6 C^UITTY: All tl'.at area it. Stanislaus County ^ooat-d 
ecst of t'y.e Stin Joao.uln Tiver. 






All that area in !:erced Oour.ty located east cf 



the Sei: Joaciuir- liver. 

"•f l^OS^ G-"''^Y: All that area ii: "ariposa County located v:est 
of t he'testern b^Imda ry of the Sierra and Stanislaus rational vcrests. 

"■ADE rA GOn:TY : All that area in I.'^dera County located west of 
the weDttirn bouxidary of the Sierra ratior.al r'orest. 

^^oTiO C0n:2Y: All that area in Fresno County located east of 
the mi:- line il .h t-cf-way of the Sc.thern Tacific P.ailroad r'-;nning 
tlroue-h Ilerndon. Fresno and Selma, except tne portion t..ereof tnat 
is iutluded v/ithin the corporate lirnito of the City of x^resno. 

ISr.i: CulTTY : All tiiat area in ITern County within a radius of 
fifteen* laile 3 fro::, infected rrei^ises. 

TQS ^IGl^IL.. J^-r-: All of Los Ant-eles county located south 
0- t he souil,ern booiadary of Santa ^aruara and \ngexes .atior.ax r. rests, 



t^iX^i -'- — 



.^.^ ^^ o 



r rifht-of-way 



■.ri'lY : All tl^t area in San Bernardino 
locater south" of Angeles I'aticnal forest and west " ^- " ' , - - ^ 
if thf Atchison. Tope^a and Santa ^'e Fail road running fro..J/crae:.ent 
southwesterly to the western boundary of San Bernaraino Ox o^ li...x-, 
thence southerly to r.ivexside Count- Boui.dary; ana, 

^HZ^JUlo, livestoch located i:. the following descrroed axea. 
i-ereafter hnown and designated as the ".CDlSii^ H.l--^^^.-^I-_-i-^ .-^.ui.A. 
have Iseen exposed tc said infection of foot ana aoutn aisease: 

S'j: ?F^:C ISCO CuL'::IY ; A11 tljit area included within tiie ^ _ 
-olloTTZ~T7i:n::ui:irTr~rr Be^im^in, at the l.-.tersection^of ~s.ij.x3 
Creex: ''haniiel v;ith Sai. rrancisco Bay, thence westerly, axon- T.^ais 
Creeic '^hannel to Icoais Avenue, tV.ence along Iconis ^venue tc Sail 
Bruno ^venue to its intersection with r.ailroad ..venue thence a.ong 
■^ailrcad ^venue to its ir.tersection with V.allaGe ..venue, tiience a.ong 
7;allace ..vii.ue to iiouth Basin Canal and South Basin to San .ran- 
Cisco Bay; and 

V.'BiirJiAS, The unrestricted aoverients of live stock fror. said 

cio..ia Airj :.:L'Di7ii:i :.i\j.^:ti:3:.' a:x-.s will likely result i'-.tne 

further spread of snid disease to live stock not so aifectea; L-na 

vr3''J£AS, Vnder and by virtue cf an Act of the legislature 
0^ the Stats of California entitled. "An Act to protect dor..estic 
live stock froi;. contagious and infectious diseases, to prescr^ae 
tre duties of officials to carry into effect the piovisiJi.s of_ 
t" is Act, t.' provide for the appointrjent of a veterinarian, ana 
to repeal a.. I^ct entitled 'An Act to ■ xctect do:_ectic live=:tocK 
frc-. contagious anu ixifectious diseases, to provide loi tne ap- 
p:^int:Lent and duties of officials to ct^xxj ^x^tu etiect ti.e pro- 
viiiioaa of this Act, and to j rovide an nrrrcrriation tnere^or , 
ai^proved Ilarch IC. 1699," as amended; 



^ 



and as further a;aer.ded ar.a arproved Jur:e 
ector of Agriculture in order to prevent 



r-unioation o: 
the State of 
day of I.lay, 
lations: 



3, 1921, the said Dir- 
the spreading or con- 
' foot and aouth disease to domestic aniii^als v.ltliin. 
California, not so affected, rAs, on this twelfth 
1924, established the following quarantine regu- 



Cj-USi^.» -(.La 



J\^ ..i^i.\ ^ 



lulj J^ .£>ix 



■ , company, 
rrohlbited 



corporation, 

fron tians- 
transportaticn or ship- 
for th£ vur^:ose of being 



(a) Kvery person, persons, fin:; 
their agents and servants are i.ereby 
porting or shipping or receiving for 
ment any livestock including poultry 
transported or shipj.ed from place to 
ClOSED !,.UAl.A:rri:;iID AliA unless said livestock is accompanied 
by a permit issued by said director of Agriculture or his duly 
authori2C-d agent. 



Lace v.'ithin, or from said 



rm, company, corporation, 
oy prohibited from carrying 

or across 



on 



(b) Every person, persons, f 
their agents and servants are herej,>' ,_ 
any domestic animal ir.cluding poultry in vehicles 
the public highv.'aya or roads of said CLlSEL s,0'J-.Al^TIIJEiJ AI-LA, 
unless said animal or poultry is accompanied by the permit as 
provided herein, 

(c) Lvei-v person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
tlieir agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, 
moving or allowing to roan, e.n-j livestock including poultry on 

or across the public highways or roads of said OJ.OH'iu.Lj i^^U;J.AIIxII^iD 
A]-. HA without permit as provided for herein; provided, hov/ever, 
that nothing in these regulations si:all appl;' to horses and 
mules v.'hen actually working in harness when such horses and 
mules do net be-long or have not entered premises where foot 
and mouth disease infection exists. 

L:0DI?I£I> QUAT-Al^TIirED ATEA 

(a) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from moving 
or transporting any livestock, or receiving any livestock 
for the purpose of being transported or shipped from the 
lIuIiiriE^ ^UAr^^hllLi;^ APJiu unlesi^ said livestock is accompanied 
by a permit issued b- said Director of Agriculture or his duly 
authorized agent. 



The said Director o 



Agriculture 

3UCh 



is 



hereby authorized to 
promulgate and put intj force such other rules and regu!:ations 
in said GLO^slHi nad :.:uDiriiiD k^UAI.A::riI3D AI.EAS as he may irod 
time to time deem expedient and necessary in order to protect 
livestock of the otate of California from the further spread 
and dissemination of foot anS mouth disease. 



All other proclamations issued by me 
relating to the* subject of foot and mouth 
repealed. 



Trior to this date 
disease are hereby 



It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either 
of these »*uarantine i.egulationa shJill be an offense ar.d punish- 
able as provided o^j the laws of the iitate of California, 



r.lcliardscn. aa acvemor c^ t^.e jtale 
.^ -nM-orrAa oy'virtu» of the authority vested in ne >y ^aw. 
l; Sjtby Soo^il th^e .uaxantine I^ee.lati.ns prescr.cea V 



NOW TKiixii!'oi-Jit_ J-t 






ulture to be legal and binaing re^rulawions 



Stl^^tSr^if cSuiu^roi tt,;sta«^of =aU:o..J.; 

ret-ulatio^s to «i%r"-el"tiJSro5 tie Statfof California 
*'^tt Jf-A^l"? to 'rolfof So" tlo lilestocl. f roa .o..;tael ouB 

■i?. ait " ;;rotcot donestlo livestock fror. coflta£.oa| and ir- 

c n^-^ieials to carry into e-^ecx xne i)nj\ xaj-vj-^^o w - -i o tcqq" 

aid to pJovUe aS apiropriatic:. t'r.erefor' ^'^^^^^i^^^ ^^^^ 
tf arindeS: ai.d further ar.e::ded and ar.-roved June c, 19^1. 



the Great jieal of tl.iB jti^te to 
twelfth day of Lay, A.->., 12L4. 



hereunto set ai' 
be hereunto 



affixed 



hand and 
ti.is 



caused. 




Governor 



of the Sttte of California. 



Attest: 



/<^ 




/^ 



^jLAxy 



^ecretar^^of itate. 



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(asLLL) 









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'»UY 8 6 1924 



»'-'si^^jT« 




3TA.TE OF CAXIFOEIIIA 

EXECUTIVE DEPAETl«iEHT 

IJay :.l, 1924. 

PROCLAMATION 



WEEEEAS, The fact has been determined by the Director of 
Agriculture of the State of California that the contagious, com- 
municable disease, known as foot and mouth disease, has been 
found to exist among livestock in the following counties and 
areas in California, hereafter Icnown and designated as the 
CLOSED QUARAUi'IlIED AREA: 

TUOlUIvINE COUITTY ; All of Tuolumne County. 

COKTRA COSTA COUNTY ; All that area in Contra Costa County 
located west of the right-of-way of the "Port Costa to Tracy" 
branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad beginning at Antioch 
and following said right-of-way to the Alameda County border. 

3AIT JOAQUIN C OUNTY : All that area in San Joaquin County 
included within the following boundary: Beginning where the 
San Joaquin River crosses the San Joaquin County-Stanislaus 
County border, thence following along said River in a north- 
erly direction to its Junction with Calaveras River, thence 
following northeasterly along Calaveras hiver to its inter- 
section with the Calaveras County border. 

STAIIISLAUS COLIITY; All that area in Stanislaus County located 
east of the right-of-way of the "Xathrop to Fresno Line" of the 
Southern Pacific Railroad running through Salida, liodesto and 
Turlock, 

IISRCED COUIiTY : All that area in Ueroed County located east 
of the San Joaquin r.iver, 

MARIPOSA COUITTY; All that area in Iferiposa County located 
west of the western boundary of the Sierra and Stanislaus Nation- 
al forests. 

MADERA COpiTY : All that area in Madera County located west 
of the western boundary of the Sierra National Forest. 

gRciSNO COUNTY : All that area in Fresno County located be- 
tween the western boundary of the National Forest and the main 
line right-of-way of the Southern Pacific Railroad running 
thxoagh Eerndon, Fresno and Selma, except the portion thereof that 
i8 included within the corporate limits of the city of Fresno. 

TULARE COp^TY : All that area in Tulare County located 
west of the western boundary of the National Forest. 

KEEN COUNTY ; All that area in Kern County within a radius 
of fifteen miles from infected premises. 

LOS ANSJIIES COUNTY ; All of Los Angeles County located south 
of the southern boundary of Santa Barbara and Angeles National 
Forests. 



SAi: 3Er.i:AP.DIN0 COITTY ; All that area in San Bernardino County 
located south ol" Angeles National Forest and west of right-of-way 
of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe P.ailroad rurjnir^- from Verde- 
mont southwesterly to the western boundary of San Bernardino City 
limits, thence southerly to Riverside County boundary. 



3TA.TE Or CAlIi^OKHIA 

EXECUTIVE DEPAF.TLiEHT 

Way :-l, 19E4. 

PBOCIAMAT lOU 






WHEPEAS, The fact has been determined by the Director of 
Agriculture of the State of California that the contagious, com- 
munioable disease, known as foot and mouth disease, has been 
found to exist among livestock in the following counties and 
areas in California, hereafter known and designated as the 
CLOSED ^tUAKAlIilllED AKEA: 

TUOLUI^JTE COUI^TY i All of Tuolumne County. 

COKTRA COSTA COUITTY ; All that area in Contra Costa County 
located west of the right-of-way of the "Port Costa to Tracy" 

ranch of the Southern Pacific Railroad beginning at Antioch 
and following said right-of-way to the Alameda County border, 

SAlf JOAQ.UIII COUITTY ; All that area in San Joaquin County 
included within the following boundary: Beginning where the 
San Joaquin P.iver crosses the San Joaquin County-Stanislaus 
County border, thence following along said River in a north- 
erly direction to its Junction with Calaveras River, thence 
following northeasterly along Calaveras hiver to its inter- 
section with the Calaveras County border. 

STANISLAUS COfflTY: All that area in Stanislaus County located 
east of the right-of-way of the "lathrop to Fresno line" of the 
Southern Pacific Railroad running through Salida, liodesto and 
Turlock, 

UEHCED COUIjTY ; All that area in IJerced County located oast 
of the San Joaquin River. 

MARIPOSA CQUI:tY: All that area in Llariposa County located 
west of the western boundary of the Sierra and Stanislaus Nation- 
al Forests. 

MADERA CopTTY : All that area in Madera County located west 
of the western boundary of the Sierra National Forest. 

FRESNO COUNTY ; All that area in Fresno County located be- 
tween the western boundary of the National Forest and the main 
line right-of-way of the Southern Pacific Railroad running 
through Herndon, Fresno and Selma, except the portion thereof that 
is inolud6d within the corporate limits of the city of Fresno. 

TULARE COUNTY ; All that area in Tulare County located 
west of the western boundary of the National Forest. 

KERN COUNTY : All that area in Kern County within a radius 
of fifteen miles from Infected prenises. 

LOS ANS3IES COUNTY : All of Los Angeles Countv located south 
0^ the southern boundary of Santa Barbara and Angeles National 
Forests. 

SAi: BERrAFJINO COUNTY ; All that area in San Bernardino County 
located south 0:1" Anpeles National Forest and west of right-of-way 
of the Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad runnin.: fron Verde- 
Eont southwesterly to the western boundary' of San Bernerdlno City 
Limits , thence southerly to Riverside County boundary. 



I 

a 



OF.A!TSE COn^TY ; All that area included within the following 
boundary line: Beginning where the rlfht-of-way of the Southern 
Pacific Eailroad enters Orange Coanty, t/.ence continuinfr along 
said right-o-way through Buena Park, Brookhurst and West Ana- 
heim, to its ir.tersection with Santa Ana Eiver, thence following 
along the westerly and southerly course of said river to the 
Pacific Ocean, 

WHEEEA3, livestock located in the following described area, 
hereafter known and designated as the MODIFIED QUAEAIIT HIED APEA, 
have been exposed to said infection of foot and mouth disease: 

SAIT FPX-CISCO CcnriY : All that area included within the 
following boundary line: ^Begirming at the intersection of Islais 
Creek Chanr.el with San Francisco Bay, thence westerly along 
Islais Creek Channel to Loonis Avenue, thence along loomis 
Avenue to San Bruno Avenue to its intersects •-- with Eailroad 
Avenue, thence along Eailroad Avenue to its intersection with 
Wallace Avenue, thence along Wallace Avenue to South Basin 
Canal and South Basin to San Francisco Bay. 

ALALSDA COUIJTY : All that area in Alameda County located 
west of the following boundary line: Beginning at the inter- 
section of the dirt road v.ith the Contra Costa County boundary, 
thence following said road in a southerly d irection through the 
cities of Santa Lita, Pleasanton and Sunal, thence following 
said road in an easterly, then in a southwesterly direction 
to its intersection with the State Highway, thence along State 
Highway in a southerly direction through Mission San Jose to 
its intersection with the Santa Clara boundary, 

ITAPA AIJD SOLANC COUIiIIES ; All that area in Napa and Solano 
Counties included within the following boundary line: Beginning 
at the water front of the City of Benioia thence following the 
State Highway to Cordelia, thence in a westerly and northerly 
direction along the road to ITapa Biver, thence following southerly 
course or ICapa Eiver, i:apa Bay, Mare Island Strait and Strait of 
Karqulnea to the beginning. 

WEEFJEAS, The unrestricted laovecent of livestock from said 
CIOSED MID MODIFIED ;iUA?^::Ti::ED A?£A3 will likely result in the 
furtner spread of said disease to livestock not so affected; and 

WEEEEAS, Under and by virtue of an act of the legislature 
of the State of California entitled "An act to T^rotect domestic 
livestock from contagious and infectious disease, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
this act, to provide fcr tJ e appointment of a Veterinarian, and 
to repeal an act entitled ' An act to protect domestic livestock 
from contagious and infectious diseases, to Tjrovide for the ap- 
pointment and duties of officials to carry into effect the vzc- 
visions of this act, and to provide an appropriation therefor' 
approved March 16, 1899", as amended; and as further amended ' 
and approved June 5, 1921, the said Director of Agriculture in 
order to prevent the spreading or communication of foot and 
mouth disease to domestic animals within the State of California 
not sc affected, h^s, on this twenty-first day of May, 1924, 
established the following quarantine regulations: 



-2- 



CLOSED QUAIJ^^TII^J AF.EA 

(a) Every pereon, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are herebv prohibited from transporting 
or shipring or receiving for transportation or shipment any live- 
stock, including rioultry for the pi:r^pse of being trans^^orted or 
shipned from place to place rlthin, or from said CLOSED QUAEAKTIIIED 
AKSA unless said livestock is accompanied b;' a permit issued by 
said Director of Agriculture or his duly authorieed agent. 

(b) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying 
any domestic animal, including poultry, in vehicles on or across 
the public highways or roads of said CLOSED QUAP.AITTIITED AF.EA, 
unless said animal or poultry is accompanied by the permit as 
provided herein. 

(c) Every person, persons, firm, comr^any, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, 
moving or allowing to roam, any livestock including poultry 
on or across the public highways or roads of said CLOSED 
QU.'iP^ITIlIED AREA without permit as prrvided for herein; pro- 
vided, however, that notjiing in these regulations shall apply 
to horses and mules when actually working in harness when such 
horses and mules do not belong or have not entered premises 
where foot and mouth disease infection exists, 

MODIFIED aUARANTIITED AREA 

Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from moving or trans- 
porting any livestock, except for immediate slaughter and except 
also horses and mules, from, into, or from place to place within 
the MODIr'IED QUARAlTTIIuID AF.EA unless said livestock is ac- 
compsded by a permit Issued by the Director of Agriculture or 
his duly authorized agent. 

The said Director of Agriculture is hereby authorized 
to promulgate and ^ut into force such other rules and regulations 
in said CLt'SED AIJD LIODIFIED QUAFJ^KTIUED AF.EAS as he may from 
time to time deem expedient and necessary In order to protect 
livestock of the State of California from the further spread 
and dissemination of foot and mouth disease. 

All other Proclamations issued by me prior to this date 
relating to the subject of foot and mouth disease are hereby 
repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of 
these Quarantine Regulations shall be an offense and punishable 
as provided by the laws of the State of California, 






-3- 



wr« Tmi'TJFPnRE I T?riend Wn. F.lchardson. as Governor of 
NOT. THEBEPORE I, .rien ^^^^ authority vested in me 

the State of California oyvirwu Kesulations pres- 

by law do herety proclaim ^^Jf^,.f^J""^;"Je iWl andblndin.- 
cribed by the Director oi ^6'i°^i*'^^®„J°^J^ oSe of California; 
regulations within i^-f^^^tr^rs^irregulati^nB shall be maintained 
and I do further proclaim ^-^^J, f^^^^J^fJat a violation thereof 
and enforced within said °0"^*^^^„^J, ^^j!,n/any of said regu- 
shall subject any andall P^"°5^,^° ^^J^^sJetion Sli of that""- 
lations to the P«««l%i^%J!°^i^the State ^IcaJ^fornla entitled 

Ir.to effect the proTlslons of ^"f ""• " V- lU entitled 'An 
pomtment of a J^*"i"fl?S' ?°* *?,J^^c?tttglo°s eni Infectious 

and as further amended and approved June 3, 1921. 

..e..StTei?^of'^irsia^te'ir.f=trif7i.r?Mft:x! 

first day of Llay, A J)., 1924. 



Attest: 




Governor of the State of California, 




Secretary of' State 




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i» tu ««o* rf the a«**«y •tSJ?^ 




STATii OF CA.LI?0PJ7IA 

EXECUTIVE DEPAI-.TI.SNT 
May 26, 1924 

PEOCIAMATIOH 



WHEF^AS, The fact has been determined by the Director of Agri- 
culture of the State of California that the contagious and communi- 
cable disease, known as foot and mouth disease, has been found to 
exist among livestook in the following counties and areas in Cali- 
fornia, hereafter known and designated as the CXOSED QUAP.ANTIRED 
AEEA: 

COITTRA C03TA COUITTY ; All that part of Contra Costa County lo- 
cate d~wesir~of~The~ToTlowing boundary line: Beginning at the in- 
tersection of Tassajara F.oad with the Alameda County line, thence 
north along Tassajara Eoad over the mountain to Morgan Canyon 
Eoad, thence northwesterly along L'organ Canyon F.oad to Marsh 
Creek Eoad, thence northwesterly along Marsh Creek Koad through 
city of Clayton to Kirker Pass Eoad, thence along Kirker Pass 
Eoad to Black Diamond Way Eoad, thence along Black Diamond V/ay 
F.oad through city of Pittsburg to !Iev? Yor): Slough. 

SAI? JQA;,rir COI'ITTY: A11 premises on which foot and mouth 
disease infection exists, 

STAiasLAUS COUHTY ; All that part of Stanislaus County 
located within the following boundary: Beginning where the right- 
of-way of the "Lathrop to ?resno Line" of the Southern Pacific Eail- 
road crosses the Stanislaus Eiver, thence followinc said right-of-way 
through Salida, Modesto and Turlock to its intersection with the 
Merced County border, thence following said border in an easterly 
direction to the Tuolumne County border, thence following the 
Tuolumne County border in a northerly direction to its intersection 
with Stanislaus Eiver, thence following the course of said river 
in a westerly directior. tc the point of beginning. 

TUGIULINE COrilTY : All that part of Tuolumne County included 
within the following boundary: Starting at the west boundary 
line of the Stanislaus national Forest where it crosses the Middle 
?ork of the Stanislaus Eiver, following a southerly direction from 
this point along the National Forest Line to the South Fork of 
the Stanislaus Eiver, thence in a northeasterly direction along 
the South Fori: of the Stanislaus Eiver to Strawberry lake; thence 
in a southeasterly direction to the Yosemite Park followins: the 

Eiver to the west boundary of Stanislaus national Forest, then 
south to the Tuolumne -Mariposa County line, thence along the 
Tuolumne County line in a westerly direction, then In a northerly 
direction to point of beginning. 

MEECED COUIITY : All that area in Merced County located east 
of the San Joaquili r.iver, 

I^AEIPOSA GOTOTY ; All that area in Mariposa County located 
west of the western boundary of the Sierra and Stanislaus national 
Forests. 

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LLU)ERA COITTTY ; All that area In lladera County located west 
of the western boundary of the Sierra National Forest. 

FF.ESNO COUKTY: All that area in Fresno County located betv/een 
the western boundary of the National Forest and the main line 
ri?ht-of-way of the Southern Pacific F.ailroad running- through Hern- 
don, Fresno and Selna, except the portion thereof that is included 
within the corporate limits of the City of ?resno. 

TULABE CQUNTY t All that part of Tulare County Included within 
the following "boundary line: Beginning at Tulare then following 
the highway to Lindsay, then following right-of-way of Southern 
Pacific Eailroai from lindsay through Terra Bella, then south along 
said railroad right-of-way to its intersection with the high-'ay, 
thence along the hie-hway to .'ixley, thence along right-of-way 
of Southern Pacific Railroad from Pixley to point of beginning, 

TTV-PJI COl'NTY ; All Tjremlses on which foot and mouth disease in- 
fection exists. 

LOS Al^Gr^U^S CullTTY ; All of los Angeles County located south 
of the southern boundary of Santa Barbara and Ar.geles National 
Forests. 



ri 



SA N BEF.K AKDINO 
•outh 



.^ ...... COUNTY: All that area in San Bernardino County 

of Angeles National Forest and west of right-ol-way 
Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad running from Verder.ont 
the western boundary of San Bernardino City limits. 



located 

of the Atchison, 

southwesterly to 

thence southerly to Riverside County boundary. 



OHANGL COUITTY : All that area included within the following 
boundary line: Beginning where the right-of-way of the Southern 
Pacific Railroad enters Oranre County, thence continuing- along 
said rie-ht-of-way through Buena Par>:, 3rool:hurst and 7/est Anaheim, 
to its intersection with Santa Ana i.iver, thence follov.lng along 
the westerly and southerly course of said river to the Pacific 
Ocean, 



T/EETJfiAo, Livestock located in the following described area, 
her-after known and designated as the l.IODI?IED ;iU.\P.-'Li:TTlIED AP^A, 
have been exposed to said infection of foot and mouth disease: 

S^ilT JHAi: CISCO Ca^NTY : All that area i-cluded within'- he 
following boundar:,' line: Beginning at the intersection of Islais 
Creek Channel with San i'rancisco Bay, thence westerly along Islais 
Creek Channel to Lcomis Avenue, thence along Loomis Avenue to 
San Bruno Avenue to its intersection with Railroad Avenue, thence 
along Railroad Avenue to its intersection with 7/allace Avenue, 
thence along Wallace Avenue to South Basin Canal and South Basin 
to San yrancisco Bay. 

ALALIEDA COUNTY : All that area in Alameda County located v;est 
of the following boundary line: Beginning at the intersection 
of the dirt ro&d with the Contra Costa County boundary, thence 
following said road in a southerly direction throurh tiie cities of 
Santa P.ita, Pleasonton and Sunol, thence follovring said road in 
an easterly, then in a southwesterly direction to its intersection 
with the State highway, thence along Stnte Highway in a southerly 
direction through Mission San Jose to its intersection with the 
Santa Clara boundary. 



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'TA-p- •'-) <^OT'"0 C0UIITIE3: All that area in Ilapa and Solano 
Counti rincl derwith?n t nriollowing l^oundary line: Beginning 
aHhe water front ot the City of Benicia thence following the 
iLte ■iPhway to Cordelia, thence in a westerly and northerly 
tirectiof along the road to Napa Elver, thence following souther- 
ly course of Tpa Elver, llapa Bay. Llare Island Strait and Strait 
of Karqainez to thebeginning, 

vrilPiiAS, The unrestricted movement of livestock from said 

further spread of said disease to livestock not so affected, and 

WEEKEAS, Und^r and by virtue of an act of J^^^^^^fi^^^JlJ'^ °f 
the State of 'California entitled "An act to protect doinestlc live- 



s 



rom 



:?ocrfrom cortng ous anrrnfrctio^s disease', to prescribe the 
Iu??es of officials to carry into effect the Pf ^ifi°^\°^,J^i 
act to provide for the appointment of a Veterinarian, andto 
t^^Ini an act entitled 'An act to protect domestic livestock f 
cStlgioSs and'?nfect?ou:^drseaBes! to provide for the ^.POi^tment 
and dfties of cfficials to carry into effect the previsions of this 
act. and to provide an appropriation therefor' approved arch 18. 
1699", as amended; and as further amended ana approved J^^^e 3 
1921 the said Director of Agriculture in order to prevent the 
spreading or communication of foot and mouth disease to domestic 
anirals within the State of Ualiforr.ia, not so affected has. 
oS this tienty-sixth day of Llay. 1924. established the following 
quarantine regulations: 

nTOSRS CUAr^i: /PITIED .^TSA: 



(a) vvrrv -Derson, persons, firm, company, corr oration, their 
apents and eerVants are hereby prohibited from transporting or 
IhiSrinp or receiving for transportation or shipment any l^:^estock. 
?nclud?n.^ roultry for the .ur^ose of ^fing transported or shipped 
from -lace to rlace withir. or from said ClOSLL ^V..: .-^.±1-^^ -W 
unless said livestock is acconrcmled by a permit issued by said 
Director of Agriculture or his duly authorized agent. 

(b) Kverv rerson, rersonp.firm, company, corporation, their 
arents and serVants are hereby rrohibited fron carrying any domestic 
arimal, including poultry, in vehicles on or across the pud..c r.ig..- 
waSB or roads of laid CLOSE:: iUAr:A"Ti:niL AiOiA. unless said animal 

or poultry is accompanied by the permit as provided herein. 



(c) Every person, 
agents and servants are 
allow inj? to roam, any 1 
public highways or road 
permit as provided for 
these regulations shall 
v.-orlzing in harness when 
have not entered premis 
exists. 



persons, firm, company, c orporation. their 
'-ereby rrohibited from driving, moving or 
ive-tock' includin- noultry on or across the 
s of said CI03ED ;r:^^'TI!TED APilA without 
herein; provided, however, that nothing in 
"aprly to horses and mules when actually 

such horses and mules do not belong or 
es where foot and mouth disease Infection 



MODI? IE JJ 



■■■TT- V. ^ 7' 



:ii:ed ap£A 



Every person, -nersons. firm, company, corporation, their 
aeents and servants" are hereby t>rohibited from moving or transporting 
any livestock, except for immediate slaughter and except also 
horses and mules, from, into, or from place lo place within the 
I^ODIFI^D ;,UAI^U:TI:.'EJ AT.EA unless said livestock is accompanied by 
a per nit issued by the Director of Agriculture or his duly authorized 
agent . 

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The said Director of Af-ri culture 
muls-ate and put into force such other 
ClOSKJ kl'J) LIODIFILD .VJAE.^irTI'.TED AP.EAS 
deen expedient and necersarj in order 
State of California frora the further spread and 
foot and mouth disease. 



is hereb;- authorized to pro- 
rules and rep-ulations in said 
as he may from time to time 
to protect livestoo}- of the 
dissemination of 



All other Proclamations issued hy me prior to this date relating 
to the subject of foot and mouth disease are hereby repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of these 
Quarantine F.egulations shall be an offense and punishable as -oro- 
vided by the laws of the State of California. 

IWTi, THEKE?OrJJ, I, Friend Wm. Richardson, as governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the authority vested in me by 
law do hereby proclaim these Quarantine P.eeulations prescribed by 
the Director of Agriculture to be legal and binding regulations 
within the said counties of the State of California; and I do 
further r>roclaim that said regulations shjill be maintained and en- 
forced within said counties and th^t a violation thereof shall 
subject any and all persons so violating any of said regulations 
to the penalties provided for in Section Six of that said act of 
the Legislature of the State of California entitled "An act to 
protect domestic livestock from contagious and infectious diseases, 
to prescribe the duties of officials to carry into effect the pro- 
visions of this act, to provide for the appointment of a Veterinarian 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect domestic livestock 
from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide for the appointmen. 
and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this 
act and to tirovide an appronriation therefor' approved Llarch 18, 
1899", as amended; and as further amended and approved June 3, 1921. 

Ill WITirass V/EEriOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this twenty-sixth 
day of May, A.D., 1924, 




Governor of the State of California, 



Attest 




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I 



1» tke oftioe of toe awaatwy •? SUto 
01 THE s'iAD. iji. ruvL'^^flK* 

JUN 8 - 1924 







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STATE 0? CAii?or.::iA 
EXECUTIVE dep:.:.t:eiit 

Jure £, 1924 



P F. C I A 



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'.VHEEEAS, The fact has beer, determined by the Director 
of Agriculture of the State of California that the ccntapiouB 
ar.'' corjnunicable disease, Irr.own as foot end nouth disease, 
has been found to exist ar.onp livestock in the follov;inp 
counties and areas ir. California, hereafter knowr. and desip- 
nated as the CLOSED Q,UAPu'i!:Ti::ED APHA: 






ne 



COijTF.A COSTA COn^TY ; All that part of C 
located west of the follov.'inp' boundary/ line: 
intersection of Tassajara Load with the Alac 
thence ncrth along Tassajara F.oad over the v 
Canyon I'.oad, thence northwesterly alone* IIo: 
to Ilarch Cree> P.oad, thence northv^esterly 
r.oad tjiroufh city of Clayton tc Illrker Pa. 
Ilirker Pp.ss F.oad to Black Diar.ond Way F:Oc - , , 
Diamond Way Eoad throurh city of Pittsburg to 



ontra Costa County 
Bepinninf at the 

da Coimty line, 

untain to I.rorg'an 

■ Canyon F.oad 
!.!arsh Creek 

jad, thence a 1 eng- 
ine e along Black 
:iev; York Slough. 



ALAI.SDA ITAPA ._^ SOLl^'O. IIEF.i: an d SA!T JOAC^rilT COUI'TISSt All 
premises or which foot and mouth disease infection exists. 

ST-'j: 1 3IAUS COITTY : All that area in Stanislaus County 
located v/ithin the following boundary: Bepinning where the 
range line between Kange 11 East and Eange 12 East, ::ount 
Diablo Base and Meridian crosses the Merced-Stanislaus 
Counties boundar.v; thence following- said range line to the 
Stanislaus Miver; thence follov/inr said Fiver to the eastern 
boundary of Stanislaus County; thence following the eastern 
boundary of Stanislaus County to the southeast corner thereof; 
thence following southern boundary of Stanislaus County to 
point of beginjiing. 

TUQXr:."S COIMITY : Al] that part of Tuolumne Cou-nty included 
within the following boundary: Starting at the west boundar:; 
line of the Stanislaus national Forest where It crosses the 
Middle Fork of the Stanislp.us hiver, follov/ins- a southerly 
direction from this point alonp: the National i^'orest line to 
the South Fork of the Stanislaus Fiver, thence in a north- 
easterly direction along the South .'ork of the Stanislaus 
Fiver tc Strawberry Lake; thence in a southeasterly direction 
to the Yosemite Park followin?- the drift fences which form 
tiie southv/est boundary of the Str-^.v-'berry Fange and the north- 
east boundary line of the upper Hull, Clavy, Fosasco and Park 
Fanges; thence in a southerly direction alon- the v.'est boundary 
of the yosemite national Park to the main xuolunne Fiver, 
thence in a sout.hv/esterly direction alon~ the main 'Juolumne 
Fiver to the west boundary of Stanislaus national Forest, 
then south to the vuolumne-I&iriposa County line, thence along 
the '..'uolunne County line in a westerly direction, then in a 
northerly direction to point of beginning, 

lEFCFL GC1'F".^Y : All that area in Merced County located 
east of the San Joaquin Fiver. 



I 



IlaliroS A GOI'I^TY; :.ll that area in llcriposa County located 
west cf the western boundary of the Sierra er.d Stenislaua Rational 
Porests. 

I.IADEP.A OOriTTY ; All that area in I.Iadera County located vd.th- 
in the following "boundary: Be^'irjiln.-r where the ncrtherr. boun- 
dary of Iladera County intersects the western boundary of the 
national Forest, thence following the western boundary of the 
national ?orest to where it intersects the southern boundary 
of I.Iadera County; thence followinF" the southern boundary of 
Iladera County to its intersection with the right-of-way of 
the Atchison', Topeka and Santa Be F.ailroid; thence following 
said right-of-way in a northerly direction to the los 3r.no3 
p.oad which intersects snid right-of-way Just south of Sharon; 
thence following said Los Bancs F.oad in a v;esterly direction 
to v/here it intersects the Iladera County boundary; thence 
following the Iladera County boundary in a northerly and an 
easterly direction to point of "beginnin-. 



?ri:3!T0 GOUITTY : All that area in Fresno 
within the f ollov;ing boundary: Beginning at 
Counties border v/here the Southern Pacific Fa 
way enters Fresno County; thence following sa 
through "erndon to Fresno; thence following t 
in a southeasterly, then in a southerly direc 
tlience following the authorized hi;^hway in a 
direction to its intersection v;ith Iling F.iver 
lov/ing said F.iver to the western boundary of 
Forest; thence following the western boundary 
Forest in a northerly direction to the northe 
Fresno County; thence following said northern 
point of berinning. 



County located 
the Lladera-Fresno 
ilroad right-of- 
id right-of-way 
he paved highway 
tlon to Sanger; 
northeasterly 
; thence fol- 
the national 

of the ?TRtional 
rn boundary of 

boundary to 



TUL'J^J^ CQITTTY : All that part of Tulare County included 
v/ithin the following boundary line: Beglnninp; at Tulare tLen 
following the highway to Lindsay, then following right-of-way 
of the Southern Pacific F.ailroad fror; Lindssy through Terra 
Bella, tiien south along said railroad right-of-way to its 
intersection v;ith the highv/ay, thence along the highway to 
Pixley, thence along right-cf-v/ay of Southern Pacific Bail- 
road from Plxley to point of beginning, 

LOS AIXtBLES COUnTY : All of Los .ingeles County located 
south of the scuthern o'oundary of Santa Barbara and Angeles 
national Forests. 



SAIJ 



BEF-FAPDinO 



COniTY: All that area 



County located south of Angeles llrtior-al 
ri ht-of-way of the Atchison, Topeka and 
ning fron Verder.ont 
San Bernardino City 
County boundary. 



in San Bernardino 
Forest and west of 
Santa ^e F.ailroaa run- 
southwesterly to the western boundary of 
liniits, thence southerly to Fiverside 



OT.Aipz CQUnTY : All that area included v/ithin the follow- 
ing boundary line: Beginning where the rirht-of-v;ay of the 
Southern Pacific F.ailroad enters Orange County, thence con- 
tinuing along said rirht-of-way through Buena Park, Brook- 
hurst and n'est Anaheir^, to its intersection with Santa Ana 
Fl ■, thence followin- along the v/esterly and southerly 
cour^ f said river to the Pacific Ocean*. 



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1 



i m IPuSA COl'IwY; All that area in llariposa County located 
west 0^ the westefrTooundary of the Sierra and Stanislaus national 
Forests. 



I'JOEl-L COU:ttY ; All that area in I.ladera County located v/i th- 
in the following boundary: Besrinnin.-: where the northern boun- 



dary "of Iladera County intersects the western ooundary of the 
ITntional Forest, thence followinp the western boundary of the 
national Forest to where it intersects the southern boundary 
of Madera County; thence followinp the southern boundary of 
Iladera County to its intersection with the rip-ht-of-way of 
the Atchison', Topeka and Santa Fe F.allrord; tiience follov.'inp 
said rifht-of-way in a northerly direction to the los Bancs 
p.oad which intersects snid right-of-way just south of Sharon; 
thence followins- said los Banos P.oad in a v;esterly direction 
tc where it intersects the Iladera County boundary; thence 
following the Iladera County boundary in a northerly and an 
easterly direction to point of beginning. 



FTJIjITO COUITTY : All that area in Fresno Co 
v.-ithin the follov;inf bourdary: Beginning at th 
Counties border where the Southern Pacific Rail 
way enters Fresno County; thence follov.-ing said 
throup-h Herndon to Fresno; thence followin- the 
in a Gouthe-isterly , then in a southerly directi 
thence following the authorized hip-hway in a no 
direction to its intersection v;ith Iling P.iver; 
lowing said I.iver to the western boundary of th 
Forest; thence following the v/estern boundary o 
Forest in a nortiierly direction to the northern 
Fresno County; thence following said northern b 
point of beginning. 



unty located 

e Lladera-FresGO 

roed right-of- 
right-of-way 
paved highway 

on to Sanger; 

rtheasterly 

thence fol- 

e national 

f the !Tf-tional 
boundary of 

oundary to 



TVl "J".!: COniTY : All that part of Tulare County included 
within the following boundary line: Beginning at Tulare then 
following the highway to lindsay, then following right-of-way 
of the Southern Pacific F.ailroad fror. lindsay through Terra 
Bella, t'len south along said railroad right-of-way to its 
intersection v;ith the highT;ay, thence along the -lighv/ay to 
Pixley, thence along right-of-v/ay of Southern Pacific F.ail- 
road from Pixley to point of begirj'.ing. 



IPS AI'GEIES 
south of the southern 
national Forests. 



COLirTY ; All of los Angeles County located 
~' o'oundary of Santa Barbara and Angeles 



Bernardino 




run- 



San Bernardino City li.T.its, 
County boundary. 



thence southerly 



P.iverside 



OP^JSE COUIJTY; 
Ing boundarv 



__^___ All that area included within the follow- 
line: Beginning where the ri'ht-of-v;ay of the 
Southern Pacific Railroad enters Orange County, thence con- 
tinuing along said ri£-ht-of-v;ay through Buena Perl-:, Brook- 
hurst and T.'est Anahein, to its intersection with Santa .Ina 
Rirer, thence following along the v;esterly and southerly 
course of said river to the Pacific Ocean. 



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TIErJLi.S , livestock located in the 



area, hereafter known and desirnated as the !!ODI?IED iUAP./J'T: 



follovvinr descrllied 



:ed 



AEEA, have 
di seaae: 



been exposed to said infection of foot and mouth 



SAI? FF..i::CISCO CQUIITY ; All that area included within the 
follov.'ing boundary: BeH'nning at the intersection of Islais 
Creek Channel with San Francisco 3a,v, thence westerly along 
Islais Creek Channel to loonis Avenue, thence alonp- loonis 
Avenue to San Bruno Avenue to its ir.ternectlon v;lth F.ailroad 
Avenue, thence alon?- I. ailroad Avenue to its intersaction 



Wallace Avenue, thence along Wallace Avenue to 
Canal and South Basin to San Francisco Bay, 



with 
South Basin 



WEE?£AS, The unrestricted movement of livestock from said 
CLOSED xrD IIODIFIED Z.l\M.A:''2rJE'D /JSAS will likely result in 
the further spread of said disease to livestock not so affected; 
and 



V.TEF.EAS, Under and by virtue of an act of the lef-islature 
of the State of California entitled "An act to protect domestic 
livestock from contagious and infectious disease, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions 
of this act, to provide for the appointment of a Veterinarian, 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to r-rotect domestic live- 
stock from ccntarious end infectious diseases, to provide for 
the appointment and duties of officials to carry into effect 
the rrovisions of this act, and to provide an appropriation 
therefor* approved Llarch 18, 1899", as amended;' and" as further 
amended and approved June 5, 1921, the said Director of AF-ri- 
culture, in order to prevent the spreadin?- or communication of 
foot and mouth disease to domestic animals v/ithin tl:e state 
of California, not so affected, has, on this fifth day of 
June, 19£4, established the follov/ing quarantine regulations: 

CLOSED ;u.\f.:jtti!:ed aeea 



(a) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from transport- 
ing or shipcing or receivin for transportation or shipment 
any livestock including poultry, for the purrose of being 
transported or shipped from rlace to nlace r.lthin, or from s aid 
CIOSED QlViF^rTIirED AI-.EA unless said livestock is accompanied 

by a permit issued by said Director of Agriculture or his 
duly authorized agent, 

(b) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying 
any domestic animals, including poultry, in vehicles on or 
across the public highway or roads of said CIOSED iUArJki:!ri:"ED 
.^.EA, unless said animal or poultry is accompanied by the 
permit as provided herein. 



(c) Every person, per 
their agents and servants 
m.ovlng or allowing to roam 
on or across the public hi 
^.r.ULAirXIIiED AriLl without p 
provided, however, that no 
apply to horses end mules 
when such horses and mules 
premises where foot and no 



sons, firm, 
are hereby 
, any lives 
ghways or r 
ermlt as pr 
thing in th 
when actual 
do not bel 
uth disease 



company, corporation, 
rrohibit"d from driving, 
took, inclualng poultry, 
oads of .aid CIOSED 
ovided for herein; 
ese regulations shall 
ly v/orklng In harness 
ong or Vave not entered 

infection exists. 



MODIFIED ^UAEAITTIITEP A?.£A 

Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are he.etiY rrohibited from moving or 
transporting any livestock, except for immediate slP-Ughter 
and exce-f^t f.Iso horses and mules, from, into, or from place 
to place' within the -MODIFIED QUAr-AllTIlTEiJ AI-EA imless said 
livestock is accomimnied by a permit issued by the ;,'lrector 
of Agriculture or his duly authorized agent. 



The snid Director of Agriculture is hereby authorir^ed to 
nromulgGte and nut into force such other rules and regulutione 
in said CLOSED 1:3 !.:oDI:TEJ iUAF-ilTTIISD ATEAS as he may from 
time to time deem ejrr-edient and r.ecessary in order to protect 
livestock of the State of California from the further spread 
and dissemination of foot and mouth disease. 

All other Proclamations issued by me prior to this de.te 
relating to the subject of foot and mouth disease are hereby 
repealed. 



either of 
funishable 



It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or 
these ^^uarantine regulations shall be an offense and 
as provided by the laws of the State of California, 

NOW, THErJiFOEE, I, Eriend Wn. r.ichardson, as Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue cf the authority vested in 
me b.- lav;, do r.ereby proclaim these ^.uarantine "egulations 
prescribed by the Director of Agriculture to be legal and bind- 
ing regulations within the said counties of the Stnte of Cali- 
fornia; and I do further proclaim that said regulations shall 
be mair.tr.ined and enforced v;it:-.in said counties and that a 
violation tliereof shall sub;?ect any and all ^er?ons so 
vlolatlnK any of said regulations to the -penalties provided 
for Ir. Secticr. Six of that said act of the legislature cf the 
Stnto cf California ertitled "An act tc protect domestic live- 
stock froa contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe 
V\r dut'.es cf officinls to carry into effect the provlcione 
cf tl.l? act and tc provide for the aprointiient of a Veterln'i.riaj 
and tc repeal nr, act entitled 'An act tc protect dcmentle llv*:- 
s^tcok frcr. contagious and infectious diseases, tc rrcviie fcr 
t'-.e firrclntment and duties cf officials tc carry into effect 
'\e vrorisio:-.^ of fr.is act and tc provide an aTprcrriaticr 



'. -.frpfcr' srrroved I'arch 18, 1?9 



T CQO" 



L*d and ay proved 



areniei, ar.d 



■I.- „. 






[ 11' WIIISSS TiEiJSCJ, I have hereurtc set r-y rind e.r-4 

I c:\.:sec the Sreat Seal cf this State tc be :',ereacto tffixtft ti:.J« 



/ ^ 



"-ever: : 



the State c" C-;:!'" rrla. 



Attest: ''y 



LIODI?IED SUAr.AITTIITED AF.EA 



f 



Every person, persons, fira, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are he.eby prohibited from movinp or 
transporting: any livestock, except for irrmediate sl-.Ufhter 
and excent also horses end nules, from, into, or from place 
to T^lace\;ith-in the HODIPIED QUAilAITTIl^EIJ ATilA unless said 
livestock is accomoenied by a perrnit issued by the director 
of Agriculture or his duly authorized apent. 

The SGid Director of Agriculture is hereby authorized to 
promulgate and -nut into force such other rules and repulat5on8 
in said CLOSED l:'^ 'XDTSIEJ '^V I^Ar.lllTrll) AT-SAS as he may frura 
time to time deem ejrr.edient and r.ecessary in order to protect 
livestock of the State of California from the further spread 
and dissemination of foot and mouth disease. 

All other Proclamations issued by me prior to this date 
relating to the sub;5ect of foot and mouth disease are hereby 
repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of 
these -quarantine F.errulations shjill be an offense and punishable 
as provided by the laws of the State of California. 



f 



the State 

me b:/ law . . . 
prescribed by the Director 



N'OW, TKEFJiFUEE, I, Friend Wm. Eichardson, as Governor of 
of California, by virtue cf the i.uthority vested in 
do hereby proclaim these Quarantine Regulations 

of Agriculture to be legal and biixo.- 
within the said countiee of the ot-.te cf Cr.li- 
iurther proclaim that said regulations sh^ll 
fcrced wit'.in said counties and that a 
ill subject PM-j and all i-erpons so 
' re^i-'-^tions to the penalties provided 
^",t s:.id act of the legislsture of the 
.tied "An act to protect domestic live- 
:fectious diseases, to prescribe 

carry into effect the provisions 
e for the appointment of a Veterinarian 
'tied 'An act to protect domestid live- 

ir.fectious diseases, to provide for 
of officials to carry into effect 
and to provide an cppropriation 
16, 1899"*, as amended, and as further 
1921. 

1 have hereunto set my hand and 
this State to be hereunto sffixed this 
1924. 




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AMaUDMSHT 50. 1 TO QU-CIANTIH2 ORDSR 10. 40 
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'^.' fact haa been determined \tj the Blreotop 
of Agiiaultuib thifw the e.M'iil ( Helix pleana ) exieta in that 
part Oi' t.;-.e "lit. of jan Diego, State of Oalifornia. deeoribed 
ae followB: 

"beginning at the interaeotion of 'rinoia 
Street Hnu Imperi'i" Are., and running thenoe aoutherly and 
easterly along- the northerly and easterly boundary of Imperial 
Ave., to an intereectiun \r;lth tlo oaeterl.; bound:ar7 of the 
Pueblo Lmde of i^n bloi--Xi icooxdin.-. tu iL- map of Pr.eblo Lsixde 
of San ...fjpv^ 1 .de b: Jiroots : iccoe in 1870 
of thd : aoo2 vier ox aaiA o:>\iD-cy, t].rjr.oe 
easterly- QO\i£i(ir>:rj ui ;u3blo Lauds o: .5 1;; ^'leso 
with uho omci.erly b'uiicl ir; of Pueblo T.ct 7?1M7 



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map jo6S> iiled In th.-. Dffioa of the "ec order of 
Co'inty. Thence waaterl/ ilonp th.e south^rlv boundary of 
Tompkins 3t., to ar Inte.-aaoti on wi U. 'rariois St"., thenoe 
southerly alonr the easterly boundary of ^^rtinsis St., to the 
plaoe of beginning." All of wr :oV is hereinafter referred to 
as Infested area* 



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H0!7, TE?HS?0HH:, It 18 declared necessary. 
In order to prerent the further stjread of the snail ("Cellx 
£l8M[a) In thp State of California, th--.t ill the provi sions 
reouTreaieate set f.->rth in Qu'irantlne Order To. 40 b<=. v<,reby 
made to ^pply an.^ ^.o apply until further orders to all papta of 
the aald infeatad area in svUltion to ani including the area 
eat forth In *"uirantlne Order No. 40. 



Quarantine Order no. 40 Is a-rended aooordirgly. 



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AMaHD?!afT NO. 7 TO ^C\'»VN'"IN^ ORD^? NO. 34 
P'^rtainlnp to Ufalfa Teevll 



The faot hae been dtermined by the Director 
of Aprioulture that the alf.lfa weerll f Phytonomue T>o.t?an, 
Gyll.) exlBte in the County of Ohorohill . Stnte of SeTada, ' 

* ^ ^°^' '^3H3»013. It 18 deolsred neoeesary 
In order to further prerent thf> introduction of the alfalfa 
weevil into the State of Oalifornla. that all of the oro- 
wi c;?\*"v ^•^^ire-nents set forth in r^uarantlne Order 
so, 34 be hereby made to apply and do apply unti"' further 
^f 'r ^L'-^V VJ^^ °^ *^*^^ territory knSw? as the Sun ?y 
tL^^7fli^^'.^^''^\'^^ ^*^'^*' ^" addition to and including 
the Btitee and countlee set forth in Cuarantlne Order No. S4. 

Quarantine Order No. 34 is amended aooordingrly. 



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Pflrtainlnp to \lfalfa ^••t11 



The faot has h«en deteznainod by the Director 
of Agriculture that the alfalfa weerll ( Phvtononme poatiooa, 
Gyll.) exists in the County of Ohorohill, State of nerada. 

HOW, THSR3»0Ha, it l8 deolved neoeeaary. 
In order to further prerent the introduotlon of the alfalfa 
weerll into the State o^ "^llfornla, that all of the pro- 
visions and requiremen* t forth In Quarantine Order 
No. 84 he herehj madr ly «nd do apply until further 
orders to all parts Ox < territory known as the County 
of Churohlll, State of berada, in addition to and Including 
the states and oountles set forth in Cuarantine Order Ho. 54. 

Quarantine Order No. 34 is amended aooordlngly. 



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V/HSHPAS, The fact has been detennlued by the Director of Igrioulture 
of the State of California that the contagious and conimunicable disease, 
:-3iown as foot and. mouth disease, has been found to exist among live- 
stocic in the following counties and areas in California, nereafter 
known and designated as the CLOGMD QUAH/JITIIIKD AREA: 

COIITIU COST A C OUIIT Y; .J.1 that area in Contra Costa County bounded 
uj follows: Boundeci on the east and south by a line beginning.; at Suisun 
Bay directly norti: of Won ; ti.ence following in a southerly direction 
to Avon; thence folxowing right-of-wa^ of tne San .iamon branch ox the 
Southern '-ac-iic l^ailroad throu-rh Concord to V.'alnut Creekjj' thence fol- 
lowing the tower povrer line of the Great ./estern - ower Company from 

Creek: to the county boundary, thence along tne county boundary 
"^ablo Avenue. Bounded on the north and west b;. a line beginning 
water front of Cit;; of :,".art irn. 2 ; thence Tollowing the ?raniJ.in 
P.oad to its intersection '.vith the iState .iighv/ay; thence follow- 



'falnut 

to San 

at the 

Canyon 

in.: State rlighway in a southwesterly direction through the City of 

x'inole to '^Ivarado Street lit. City of San iablo; thence along A.lvarado 

Street to San Pablo "venue; thence in a southeasterly direction along 

San "'able '.venue to the county bovaidary, includinj all premses in 

Contra Costa Comity where foot and mouth disease i:ifection has been found 

to exist. 



• Z:'-'^ . soLA^ro. r^T-'insL'us. ^r,:: jO'T^p "--^ 3::::7i: c:^j:y:i:^s; ah 

preoises on which foot and mouth disease infection exists. 

TTO'UIJTE C^UirrY ; *.li tiiat part of T irau^nno County included within 
the follov/ing boundary: starting at the west boundary line of the 
Stanislaus national forest where it crosses the I'iddle -?'ork of the 
Stanislaus \iver, following a southerly direction from this point along 
the Ilaoional ?orest line to the South i'ork of the Stanislaus \iver, thence 
in a northeasterly direction along the South ?ork of the Stanislaus .\ivcr 
to Strawberry Lake; thence in a southeasterly direction to the Yose:uite 
Park following the drift fences viiich form the southwest bovuidary of 
the Strawberry Range and the northeast boundary line of the Upper Hull, 
Clavy, Posasco and rark Panges ; thence in a southerly direction along 
the west boundary of the Yoseraite national Park to the main Tuolumne 
Piver; thence in a southwesterly direction alon^ the main Tuol-orane P.iver 
to the west boundary of Stanislaus ITatiOi^al Porest, then south to the 
Tuollmne-Mariposa County line, thence alon>, the Tuoluione County line in 
a westerly direction, then in a northerly direction to point of beginning. 

?r?,PCgD ComiTY: All that area in Ilerced County located north 
and east of the f ollov.lnj; boundary line, including premises on which 
foot and mouth disease infection exists: Beginnino where the right- 
of-way of the -i-tciiison, Topeka and Santa ?e l^Jailroad enters the 
northern boundary of L^erced County; thence following said right-of- 
way in a southeasterly direction to its i:itersection with I.'erced 
Piver; thence follov/ing Merced Piver in a soutnwesterly direcrion 
to its intersection with the right-of-way ox" the Southern Pacific 
Railroad; thence following along right-of-way of the Southern Pacific 
Railroad to ita intersection with the Ilerced and Los 3ano3 Itoad in 
City of "ercad; thence following Merced and Los '^anos road to its 
intersection with the Athlone and Sandy "ush Poad; thence following 
in an easterly then in a southerly direction along the Sajidy Pus'n Poad 
and the western boundaries of Sections 3,10,li ,22, 27 and 84 of T 9S 
P llE to the County boundsury. 



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MAKIP03A COUITTY : All that area in Mariposa County located 
west of the western bocmdary of the Sierra and Stanislaus National 
Forests. 

U4T)ERA COViTTY: All that area in !iadera County, located within 
the following "boundary: Beginning where the northern boundary of 
Madera County intersects the western "boundary of the National 
Forest, thenoe following the western boundary of the National 
Forest to where it intersects the southern boundary of Madera 
County; thence following the southern boundary of Madera County 
to its intersection with the right-Mf-way of the Atohison, Topeka 
and Santa Pe Eailroad; thenoo following said right-of-way in a 
northerly direction to the loo Banoe Road which intersects said 
right-of-way just south of Sharon; thenoe following a aid Los Bancs 
Road in a westerly direction to where it intersects the Madera 
County boundary; thence following the Madera County boundary In 
a northerly and an easterly direction to point of beginning, 

FRESNO COUNTY ; All that area in Fresno County located within 
the follov/lng boundary: Beginning at the Madera-Fresno Counties 
border where the Southern Pacific Railroad right-of-way enters 
Fresno County; thence following said right-of-way through Herndon 
to Fresno; thence following the paved highway in a southeasterly, 
then in a southerly direction to Sanger; thence following the 
authorized highway in a northeasterly direction to its intersection 
with King River; thence following Bald River to the western boundary 
of the National Forest; thence following the western boundary of 
the National Forest in a northerly direction to the northern boun- 
dary of Fresno County; thence following said northern boundary 
to point of beginning* 

TUIiARE COUNTY : All that part of Tulare County included within 
the following boundary line: Beginning at Tulare then following 
the highway to lindsay, then following right-of-way of the Southern 
Pacific Railroad from lindsay through Terra Bella, then south 
along said Railroad right-of-way to its intersection with the 
highway, thence along the highway to Plxley, thence along right- 
of-way of Southern Pacific Hailroad from Plxley to point of begin- 
ning, 

LOS AI.^jSIES COUITTY ; All th^t area in Los Angeles County included 
within the following boundaries; Bounded on the north by the South- 
ern boundary of the National Forest beginning where It Intersects 
Lexington Wash; thenoe following said southern boundary of the 
Natiozial Forest in a westerly direction to the State Highway; thenoe 
following the State Highway to San Fernando; thence following Brand 
Street, Chatsworth Street, Zelza Avenue and Devonshire Street to 
Intersection with Reseda Avenue, Bounded on the west by the fol- 
lowing boundary line; beginning Where Reseda Avenue Intersects 
Devonshire Street; thenoe following Reseda Avenue to Its Inter- 
section with Ventura Boulevard; thenoe following "Ventura Boulevard 
to its intersection with Benedict Canyon; thence following through 
Benedict Canyon to Santa Monica Boulevard; thence following Santa 
Monica Boulevard in an easterly direction to its intersection with 
Yermont Avenue; thenoe following Vermont Avenue to its intersection 
with Slawson 4venue; thenoe following Slawson Avenue in an easter- 
ly direction to Main Street; thenoe following Main Street and. 
Harbor Boulevard in a southerly direction to the Paolfio Ocean. 
Bounded on the aouth by'the Pacific Ocean and the Or«nee County 
boundary. Bounded on the east by the following boundary llne» 
Beginning where the Whlttler Boulevard intersects the Orange County 
Boundary; thenoe following said Boulevard in a northwesterly dir- 
ection to its intersection with Rio Hondo; thence following Rio 
Hondo and Lexington Wash In a northeasterly direction to the 



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Boathern boundary of the National Forest, 
located at El Segvmdo and Hawthorne. 



Also Infected premises 



8AN BERg;JU)IKO COUNTY t All that area in San Bernardino County 
in which is located the following described portion of Pontana 
Farms, or what is otherwise known as the Deolez Hanch; Beginning 
where Mulberry Avenue intersects the right-of-way of the Southern 
Pacific Bailroad, thence following said right-of-way to Citrus 
Avenue; thence following Citrus Avenue to Jurupa Avenue; thence 
following Jurupa Avenue to Mulberry Avenue; thence following 
Mulberry Avenue to point of beginning, 

ORAl^GE COUUTY: All that area in Orange County located north 
and west of the rollowing boundary line: Beginning at watex-fron't 
of the City of Seal Beach; thence following Santa Ana Highway in 
an easterly direction to a point east of Westminster where highway 
turns In a northerly direction; thence following aald highway 
to a line running due north to a point where It intersects the 
right-of-way of the Southern Pacific Railroad midway between Al- 
mond and Buena Park; thenoe in a northwesterly direction along 
said railroad right-of-way to the county line, 

WHEREAS, Under and by virtue of an act of the Legislature 
of the State of California entitled "An act to protect domestic 
livestock from contagious and infectious disease, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
this act, to proTide for the appointment of a veterinarlEui, 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect domestic live- 
etock from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide for 
the appointment and duties of officials to carry Into effect the 
provisions of this act, and to provide an appropriation there- 
for' approved March 18, 1899", as amended; and as further amended 
and approved June 3, 1921, the said Director of Agriculture, 
in order to prevent the spreading or communication of foot and 
mouth disease to domestic aniraals within the State of California, 
not so affected, has, on this '^hird Day of ■''^slr, lv24. 
established the following quarantine regulations: 

CLOSED QUAFAITTIKED AREA . 

(a) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from transporting or 
shipping or receiving for transportation or shipment, any livestock 
including poultry, for the purpose of being transported or shiptjed 
from place to place within, or from said CLOSED QUAFJUITIITED AREA 
tmlesB said livestock is accompanied by a permit issued by said 
Director of Agriculture or his* duly authorized agent. 

(b) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying any domes- 
tic animals. Including poultry, in vehicles on or across the 
public highway or roads of said CLOSED Q,UAP.ANTIHED AREA, unless 
said animal or poultry Is accompanied by the permit as provided 
herein, 

(o) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, moving 
or allowing to roam, any livestock, including poultry, on or 
across the public highways or roads of said CLOSED QiARAirTIirED 
AREA without permit as provided herein; provided, however, that 
nothing in these regulations shall apply to horses and nules 
when actually worklnp in harness when such horses and mules do 
not belonr or have net entered premises where foot and mouth 
disease infection exists. 






The said Direotor of Agriculture is hereby authorized to rro> 
mul^ate and put into force suoh other rules and rep-uletions in' 
saldCLOSED iUAEAl^TIKED AREA as he may fron time to time deem ex- 
pedient and necessary in order to protect livestock of the State 
of California from the further spread and dissemination of foot 
and mouth disease* 

All other Proclamations issued by me rrior to this date re- 
lating to the subject of foot and mouth disease are hereby re- 
pealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of 
these Quarantine Regulations shall be an offense and punishable 
as proveded by the laws of the State of California. 

NOW, THEEEPOEE, I, Friend Wm. P.lohardson, as Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the authority vested in 
me by law, do hereby proclaim these Quarantine Regulations 
prescribed by the Director of Agriculture to be legal and 
binding regulations within the said counties of the State of 
California; and I do further proclaim that said regulations 
shall be maintained and enforced within said counties and 
that a violation thereof shall subject any and all persons 
so violating ar*y of said regulations to the penalties provided 
for in Section Six of that said act of the legislature of the 
State of California entitled "An act to protect domestic live- 
stock from contagious and Infectious diseases, to prescribe the 
duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this 
act and to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, and 
to repeal an act entitled'An act to protect domestic livestock 
from contagious and Infectious diseases, to provide for the ap- 
pointment and duties of officials to carry into effect the pro- 
visions of this act and to provide an appropriation therefor* 
approved March It, lesg", as amended, and as further amended 
and approved June 2, 1921, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this ""nird 
Day of July, A.D., 1924, 




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".■.'H3H:j:''S, The fact has "been deterraiued by the Director of 
■ griculture of the State of Galixoinia that the ooiitagious and 
coiiinunicable disease, known as foot and nouth disease, has 
been found to exist araon'T iivostock in the following coiaities 
and areas in California, hereafter known and designated as the 
CLOSED •7UAR"jrTi:::5D A:":iA.: 

C0JI7RA CO ST \ COUIIT Y ; Ml that area in Contra Costa County 
b. vended as follows: Bounded on the east and south by a line 
begimiing at Suisun Bay directly north of Avon; thence follow- 
ing in a southerly direction to Avon; thence following right- 
of-way Ox the San I'lanon branch of theSouthem raci^ic .^.ailroad 
throa2:h Concord to ./alnut Creek; thence following the tower 
power "line of the 3reat ..estaru Tow^r Conoany from ./alnut 
Greek to the county boundary, thence along the county ooxuidary 
to San ?ablo ".venuo. bounded on the north and west by a line 
beginning at the water xront of City of "lartinez; thence fol- 
lowing the J'ranlclin Gaiiyon Road to its intersection with the 
State Highway; thence follo.ving State Higlaway in a south- 
westerly direction through the City of -inole to Alvarado Street 
in City of San rablo ; thence along Alvarado Street to San 
Pablo \venue; thence in a southeasterly direction along San 
"^ablo '.venue to the county boundary, including all preiaises 
in Contra Costa County where foot and mouth disease iaxection 
has been found to exist, 

' ■L-J3DA. soL-u:o. s?.u:i3LAUS. SAii jo^ quii:_ ^Jp iiir^r ccuimgs ; 

All premises on which foot and mouth disease infection exists. 

T'-r".T'II3 G'/'JITTY ; .AJ.1 oJ Tuol-'X'.uia Joi^ity axcept the area 
in the Stanislaus ITational ?orest located south of the main 
branch of ths Tuoluians lliver, and except also all the area in- 
cluded within the Yoseniite national lark. 

: ':'^RGE3 COUirTY ; All that area in I'erced County located 
north and east of the followiag boundary line, including 
premises on which foot and nouth disease i.^fection exists; 
Beginning where the right-ox-way of the Atchison, Topeka and 
Santa r'a Railroad enters the northern boundary of Merced 
County; thence following said right-of-way in a southeasterly 
direction to its intersection with I'erced ?dver; thence fol- 
lowing luerced -aver in a southwesterly direction to its inter- 
section with the right-of-way of the Southern Pacific Railroad; 
thence following alon;; right-of-way of tne Southern Pacific 
Railroad to its intersection with the Merced and los 3anos Road 
in City of Merced; thence following Merced and Los Bancs Road 
to its intersection with the Athlone and Sandy ;:ush Road; thence 
following in an easterly then in a southerly direction along 
the Sandy Mush Road and the western boundaries of Sections 
5,10,15,22,27 and 54 of T 93 R l-iS to the County boundary. 

?!'-RI?03A G0UIT7Y; All that area in Mariposa County located 
west of the western boundary of the Sierra and Stanislaus 
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TIM)B?A COUITTY ; Ul that area in radera County located 
within the following "boundary; Beginning vAiere the northern bound- 
ary Oi !!adera Coimty intersects the western boundary of the 
!rational Forest, thence following the western boundary of the 
National ?orest to where it intersects the southern boundary 
of Madera Coujity; thence following the southern boundary of 
!!adera County to its intersection with the right-of-way of 
the Atchison, ropeica and Santa ''9 .Railroad; thence folio.ving 
said right-of-way in a northerly direction to the Los Bancs 
Road which intersects said rigiit-of-way just south of Sharon; 
thence follow inrt said los 3a:ios Road in a westerly direction 
.0 'jvhere it intersects the Madera County boundary; thence fol- 
lowing the ".adera County boundary in a northerly and an easterly 
dirootion to point of beginning. 

ITHZgSiyO COUIJTY ; All that area in Presno County looatel within 
the following buimdary; Beginning at the Madera-i'resnc Counties 
border where the Southern Pacific Haiiroad right-of-way enters 
Fresno County; thence following said right-of-way through Herndon 
to Fresno; thence following the paved highway in a southeasterly, 
then in a southerly direction to o anger; thence following the 
i'.uthorized highway ^n a northeasterly direction to its inter- 
section with King Hiver; thence following aaid ..iver to the 
western boundary of the national Forest; thence following the 
western boundary of the national Forest in a northerly direction 
to the northern boundary of Fresno County; thence following 
said northern boundary to point ox" beginning* 

TItt.APJj: COIIIITY ; All that part ox Tulare County included 
within the following boundary line: Beginning at Tulare then 
following the highway to Lindsay, then foxlowing right-of-way 
of the Southern Pacific Railroad from Lindsay through Terra 
Bella, then south along said Railroad right-of-way to its intersec- 
tion with the highway, thence along the highway to Pixley, thence 
along right-of-way of Southern Pacific Railroad from 'ixLey to 
point of beginning. 

LO S .AlTailLES COTOTTY ; All that area in Los Angeles County 
included within the following boundaries; Bounded on the north 
by the Southern boundary of the national Forest beginning 
where it intersects Lexington ./ash; thence following said 
southern boundary of the national Forest in a westerly direction 
to the State Highway; thence following the State Highway to San 
Fernando; thence following; Brand Street, Chatsworth Street, Zeiza 
'venue and Devonshire Street to intersection with Reseda Avenue. 
Bounded on the west by the following boundary line; Be^cinning 
where Reseda *venue intersects Devonshire Street; thence follow- 
ing Reseda \venue to its intersection witn Ventura Boulevard; 
thence following Ventura Boulevard to its intersection with 
Benedict Canyon; thence following through Benedict Canyon to 
Santa Monica Boulevard; thence following Santa Monica Boule- 
vard in an easterly direction to its intersection with Vermont 
\venue; thence followinp: .'emont Avenue to its intersection 
with Slawson Avenue; thence following Slawson Avenue in an 
easterly direction to Main Street; thence following Main 
Street and Harbor Bouleviird in a southerly direction to the 
Pacific Ccean. Bounded on the south by the Pacific Ocean and 
the Oran^re County boundary. Bounded on the east by the follow- 
ing boundary line. Beginning \'shere the //hittier Boulevard inter- 
sects the Orange County Boundary; thence follow inj said Boule- 
vard in a northwesterly direction to its intersection with Rio 
''ondo; thence follo\7ing Rio Mondo and Lexington .Vash in a 
northeasterly direction to the southern bomidary of the national 
Forest. Aiso infected premises located at 21 Segcaido and How- 
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S.y! Bi-]H:i;.HDTi;o CCUITTY: A11 that area in San Bernardino 
Cotmty In wbich is located the followine described portion of 
Montana 'arms, or what is otherwise .-aiovm as the Deolez Ranch; 
Beginning where -ulberry Avenue intersects the right-of-way 
of the Southern Pacific Railroad, thence following eaid 
right-or-way to Citrus Avenue; thence following Citrus Avenue 
to Jur^T'oa Avenue; thence following Jurupa Avenue to ' [ulberry 
Avenuo; thence following ::ulberry Avenue to point of beginning, 

0.1\Iia :i: COUITTY ; ah that area in Orange County located 
north aiid west of the following boundary line: Begirming at 
the water-front of the City of 3eal Beach; thence following 
Santa Ana Highway in an easterly direction to a point east of 
V/estminster where highway turns in a northerly direction; thence 
followinK- said highway to a line running due north to a point 
where it intersects the right-of-way of the Southern Pacific 
Railroad midway between Alir.ond and Buena Pari:; thence in a 
northwesterly direction along s aid railroad right-of-way 
to the county line. 

V/HE:^a\S, Under and by virtue of an act of the Legislature 
of the State of California entitled ".\n act to protect donestio 
livestock from contagious and infectious disease, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to carry into effect tne orovisione 
of this act, to orovide for the appoint . ent of a veterinarian, 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An act xo protect domestic 
livestock fran contagious and infectious dieeases, to nrovide 
for the sppoint!!ient and duties of officials to carry into 
effect the provisions of this act, and to provide an at)T)ropri- 
ation therefor' approved Llarch 16, 16 J9", as amended; and as 
further amended and approved June 3, IvZl, the said Director of 
Agriculture, in order to prevent the spreading or communication 
of foot and mouth disease to domestic aniaals within the State 
of California, not so affected, has, on this Eighth day of Jiily, 
1924, established the following quarantine regulations: 

CL0S33 QUMixUITIITSD f^^EA 

(a) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from transaoortinK or 
ship ing or receivin.:f for transportation or snipment, any 
livestock including poultry, for the purpose of being trans- 
ported or snipped from place to -olace witnin, or from said 
0T,OS3D '^UA:i^J:TTI:E') U^l ^jnless said livestock is accomcanied 

by a permit issued by said Director of Agriculture or his duly 
authorized agent. 

(b) Every person, persons, firui, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying 
any domestic animals, including poultry, in vehicles on or 
across the public highway or roads of said CLOSED QU'HAIITIirED 
*"^iil'., . unless said animal or poultry is accompanied by the per- 
mit us provided herein. 

fc) Hvery person, persoxis, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, 
moving or allowing to roam, any livestock, including poultry, 
on or across the public highways or roads of said CLOSED 
QUARAl'TTNED \:i]il\ without permit as provided herein; provided, 
however, that nothing in these regulations shall apply to 
horses and mules when actually \iOT£.xng in harness vdien such 
horses and mules do not belong or have not entered premises 
where foot and mouth disease ir^eotion exists. 



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The said Director of Agriculture is hereby authorized to 
promulgate and put into force such other rules and regulations 
in said CLOSIID :^U •*.''. "JIT I ir]D A.-.m as he may frou time to tiue deem 
expedient and necessary in order to protect livestoclc of the 
State of GaBLfornia from the ftirther spread and dissemination 
of foot and mouth disease. 

All other 'roclamations issued by me prior to this date 
relating to the 8 abject of foot and mouth disease are uereby 
repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either 
of these Quarantine liegulations shall be an offense and i iin- 
ishable as provided by the laws ox the State of California. 

NC'7, TH3R3?0-;3, I, Friend V/m. ".-{ichardsoii, as 'jovemor 
of the State of California, by virtue of the authority 
vested in me by law, do hereby proclaim these 'marantine 
Regulations prescribed by the Director of Agriculture to 
legal and binding regulations within the said counties 
State of California, "and I do fvirther proclaim that said regu- 
lations shali be maintained and enforced within said counties 
and that a violation thereof shajLL suoject any and all persona 
80 violating any ox said regulations to the penalties provided 
for in Section Six of that said act ox the Jjegislatui-e of the 
State of California entitled "'si act to proteci domestic 
livestock from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
this act and to orovide for the api-ointment o^ a veterinarian, 
and to repeal an' act entitled ' «ji act to orotect do.aesv,ic li v'e- 
stock xron contagious and infectious diseases, to provide for 
the ap-DOintment and duties of officials to carry into effect 
the provisions of this act and to provide an appropriation 
therefor' approved "arch 10, ley^J". as amended, and as further 
amended and approved June 3, 1921. 

IIT ..ITNESS :rri?:?30s\ I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed tnis .:;ighth 
Day of July, A.D. , 1924. 



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STATE OP CAIIFOBITIA 
EEECUTIVE DEPAP.TLQSIIT 
July 17^1924 

PEOCIAUATIOU 






WHEEEAS, Tlie faot has been determined by the Director 

^fl fni°,'ti?'^^°^.]^^^ ^*^*® °^ California that the contagioue 
and oommunioable disease, Icnoim as foot and mouth disease, 
has been found to exist among livestock in the following 
counties and areas in California, hereafter known and de- 
Sigimted a s the CI03KD kiUARANTINED AEEA: 

SOLANO. O QNTRA CQ3TA , AT.AMBT^ ^ , STANISLAUS SAW toaotttw 

^°* mouxn aisease infection has been found to exist. 

TUOg^ECOUHTY: All of Tuolumne County except the area 
in the axanislaus National Forest located south of the main 
branch of the Tuolumne Eiver, and except also all the area 
included within the Yosemlte National Park. 

MERCED COUNTY; All that area In Merced County located 
north and east of the following boundary line: Beginning 
where the right-of-way of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa 
ie Railroad enters the northern boundary of Merced County 
tn ??; following Said right-of-way in a southeasterly di^ctlon 
R?vir %n «*'r?i^°V^*^¥*"®*^^^"' ^^«°o« following Merced 
tilr Jht o? ^^''^f !v^^/^"°*^°^ *° ^^^ intersection With 
in?Tf f *"°?"^^ °^ *^® Southern Pacific Railroad; thence 
following along right-of-way of the Southern Pacific Eanroad 
c?ti n/S*"'!°*i2'' ""^^^ *^^ """^"^ ^d 1-08 Bancs Road in 
?J ?to /J"'^'.?^'°°® following Merced and Los Bancs Road 

tLnll ^01*?^?°"^^?° """^ *^" ^*^^°°« ^^^ sandy Mush Road? 
thence following in an easterly then in a southerly direction 
along the Sandy Mush Road and the western boundaries of 
Sections 3 10.15,22,27 and 34 of T 93 R 14E to the Co^tv 
boundary; including all premises in Merced Co mty on SSich 
foot and mouth disease infection has been found to exist! 

MARIPOSA COUNTY; All that area in Mariposa County loc£.ted 
Ja%\'o^l"?^r::?s!" '""^""'^ '' '"^^ "'"'" ^"^ StanlsLua"*'' 

^SNOOOpTY; All that area in Fresno County located 
cinnJ^^o""? following boundary; Beginning at thrSdera!Fresno 
nV^t 1°'^^^ "^^""^ *^® Southern Pacific Railroad right! 
nJ"™J enters Fresno County; thence following said right - 

M^JSv Jn^'^^^^v'^^^f *° ^'*«'°' *^«°°« following thf paved 
highway in a southeasterly, then In a southerly direction 
to Sanger; thenoe following the authorized highway in a north 
?hfi"^ direction to its Intersection with KlnHlver^ 
J«J?S^ following aald River to the western boundary o?* the 



TUIABE COUirrY t All that part of Tulare County included 
within the following boundary line: Beginning at Tulare then 
following the highway to Lindsay, then following right-of- 
way of the Southern Pacific Railroad from lindsay through 
Terra Bella, then south along said Railroad right-of-way to 
its intersection with the highway, thence along the highway 
to Pixley, thence along right-of-way of Southern Pacific 
Railroad from Pixley to point of beginninj.-, 

LOS AIIQELES COUKTY : All that area in Los Angeles County 
incluAea within the following boundary: Beginning at inter- 
section of Main and Seventh Streets in City of Los Angeles; 
thence following Seventh Street, Stephenson Avenue and Tel- 
egraph Road in a southeasterly direction; thence following 
in a southerly direction along Old Telegraph Road and con- 
tinuing in a southerly direction to the County line; thence 
In a southwesterly direction along the county line to Spring 
Street in City of Long Beach; thence following Spring Street 
in a westerly direction to east bank of Flood Control Channel; 
thence following east bank of Flood Control Channel in a 
northerly direction to Wilmlngion Street; thence following 
Wilmington Street in a westerly direction to Harbor Boulevard; 
thence following Harbor Boulevard and Main Street in a nor- 
therly direction to point of beginning; including all 
premises in Los Angeles County where foot and month disease 
infection has been found to exist. 

SAII BERNARDINO COUNTY ; All that area in San Bernardino 
County in which is located the following described portion 
of Fontana Farms, or whAt is otherwise known as the Declee 
Ranch; Beginning where Mulberry Avenue intersects the right- 
of-way of the Southern Pacific Railroad, thence following 
said right-of-way to Citrus Avenue; thence following Citrus 
Avenue to Jurupa Avenue; thence following Jurupa Avenue to 
Mulberry Avenue; thence following Mulberry Avenue to point 
of beginning, 

WHEREAS, Under and by virtue of an act of the Legislature 
of the State of California entitled "An act to protect domestic 
livestock from contagious and infectious diseases, to pres- 
cribe the duties of officials to carry into effect the 
provisions of this act, to provide for the a^jpolntment 
of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled 'An act 
to protect domestic livestock from contagious and infectious 
diseases, to provide for the appointment and duties of of- 
ficials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, 
and to provide an appropriation therefor ' approved March 
18, 1899*', as amended; and as further amended and approved 
June 2, 1921, the said Director of Agriculture, in order to 
prevent the spreading or communication of foot and mouth 
disease to domestic animals within the State of California, 
not so affected, ha«, on this Seventeenth Day of July, 
1924, established the following quarantine regulations. 

CLOSED QUAP^r'i'INED AP.EA 

(a) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from trans- 
porting or shipping or receiving for transportation or 
shipment, any livestock including poultry, for the pur- 
pose of being transported or whipped from place to place 
within, or from said CLOSED JDAKAUTIIiED At:EA unless said 



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livestock Is acoompanled ty a permit issued by said Director 
of Agriculture or his duly authorized agent. 

(b) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carry- 
ing any domestic animals, including poultry, in vehicles 

on or across the public highway or roads of said 3I0SKD 
QUiiBAlITIHED AREA, unless said animal cr poultry is ac- 
companied by the permit as provided herein, 

(c) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, 
moving or allowing to roam, any livestock, including poultry, 
on or across the public highways or roads of said CLOSED 
QUAKANTI]!ffiD AEEA without permit as provided heroin; pro- 
vided, however, that nothing in these regulations shall 
apply to horses and mules when actually working in har- 
ness when such horses and mules do not belong or have not 
entered premises where foot and mouth disease infection ex- 
ists. 

The said Director of Agriculture is hereby authorized 
to promulgate and put into force such other rules and 
regulations in said CLOSED ftUAHANTIlIED APEA as he may from 
time to time deem expeilent anc. necessary in order to 
protect livestock of the State of California from the fur- 
ther spread and dissemination of foot and mouth disease. 

All other Proclamations issued by me prior to this date re- 
lating to the subject of foot and mouth disease are hereby 
repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either 
of these Quarantine F.egulations shall be an offense and 
punlsh-able as provided by the laws of the State of Cali- 
fornia. 

NOft, THEKEi^OEE, I Friend Wm. Richardson, as Governor 
of the State of Calif ornia, by virtue of the authority vest- 
ed in me by law, do hereby proclaim these Quarantine P.egu- 
latione prescribed by the Director of Agriculture to be 
legal and binding regulations within the said counties 
of the State of Oallfornia, and I do further proclaim 
that said regulations shall be maintained and enforeed 
v/ithin ssid counties end that a violation thereof shall 
subject any and all persons so violating any of said regu- 
lations to the penalties provided for In Section Six of 
that said act of the legislature of the State of Cali- 
fornia entitled "An act to protect domestic livestock from 
contagious and infectious diseasoa, to prescribe the duties 
of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this 
act and to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect domestle 
livestock from contagious and infectious diseases, to pro- 
vide for the appointTient and duties of officials to carry 
into effect the provisions of this act and to provide 
an appropriation therefor* approved March 18, 1899" as 



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amended, and as further amended and approved June 3, 1921. 

IN WITNESS WHEKBOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of this State to "be hereunto af- 
fixed this Seventeenth Day of July, A.D., 1924, 





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G H HECKE, DIRBCTOR 
SACRAMENTO 

AMBNDUEHT ITO. 8 TO QUABANTIBX OHDXR RO. 54 



Pertaining to Alfalfa Wearil 



Until Uaroh 1, 1926, that portion of the County of Ijon, 
State of NoTada, lying south of a line drawn east and «eet 
through the town of Wabuslca, County of lyon, State of ITerada, 
ia exeapt from the prorieiona of Quarantine Order Ho. 54 
proTided that any and all shi^naents of oommodities qoarantineA 
againat by Quarantine Order Bo, 34 and offered for entry into 
California from that portion of the County of I.yon, State of 
Heyada, lying south of a line dravn east and weat through the 
town of Wabuslca, County of Z<yon, State of NeTada, must be 
aooompanled by a oertifioate signed by the State Quarantine 
Offioer of Herada or by a duly author lied deputy of the State 
Quarantine Offioer of Herada setting forth the ezaot locality 
where the oonnodity was grown, where stored, if stored, the 
name and address of the producer, the naiM and address of 
the shipper and the ziame and address of the person or fira in 
California to whom the oooraodlty is consigned. A copy of each 
certificate shall be mailed in adrance of shipment to the 
Director of Agriculture. Sacramento, California. 

Quarantine Order Ko. 34 is amended accordingly. 




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Ooremor of the State of California 



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vVKSKKAS , The fact has been determined by the Director of Agricul- 
ture of cne state of CJ^iifornia that the contagious and comnmnicable 
disease, known as foot and mouth cisei^se, has been found to exist 
amofiij livestock in the following counties and areas in California, 
hereafter known ana designated as the CLCS2D .iUAPLfkliTIlTED APJSA: 



SCLjUX, OCl-.'TRA COSTA , ALAI-JIDA , STAiriSLAUS . oA:: JCA^li:s 



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:.a.dsaa. 

All preiriises where foot and 
mouth alsease infection has been found to exist until such a time as 
the occupant thereof shall have received written notice from an in- 
spector of the State Department of Agriculture or the U. S. Bureau of 



found 



A-riiraai maustry 
been completed. 



that the required ninety day test of such preu-ises has 



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A_l of Tuolunne county. 



ST.U.ISLAUS HATIONA Ii FOREST: A-lI that area included within tiie 
Stanislaus Kationax Forest. 



l-T'tRg .^TP CCUlViY : All that aret- in Lerced Oounty located north and 
east ot a'^Tine De.inninjj; where the rioht-of-way of the 1 erced-Cakdale 
oranch of tne joutnern pacific Railroad enters the county; thence 
foilc/infej said rio'ht-of -way i.'i a southeasterly direction to its inter- 
sectioti with ijear creek; thence follov/irij: Jear Jreek in an easterly 
direction to the kariposa Co-inty boundary. Also all pra.'iises where 
foot and mouth disease infection has been found to exist untix sucn a 
time as the occupant tnereof shall have received written notice from 
an inspector of the btate Department of A^sriculture or tiie U . 3. :?ureau 

of Animal Inaustry that tne requirea ninety day test of such premises 
iias oeen coii.pleted. 



1.:ARI?0SA CCl7I/ri : A^:. that a 
area included within the sierra l» 
of a ooLindary line be^inni-'ig v/her 
ii:aripo3a county; thence follov;inei 
western ooundary of the sierra :;a 
txience in a southerly airection a 
county boundary line. Also all p 
infection nas been found to exist 
thereof shaxl have received v/ritt 
State Department of Agriculture o 
that the required ninety day test 



ea in I.ariposa Co 
ationci.1 "forest, lo 
e tlie i;erced-:.arip 

said hi^rhway thro 
tional Forest near 
long the Dorder cf 
remises where foot 

until such a tiine 
en notice from an 
r the L. 3. Bureau 

of such oremises 



unty, except the 
catea uortn and east 
osa i.i-rnway enters 
ugh Bootjack to the 
Lliami Post Office; 
said Forest to the 
and mou tn disease 
as the occupant 
inspector of the 
of Animal Industry 
has been completed. 



LCS Ai:GET>'Ki^ COUITTy -. All that area in Los Angeles County included 
within tiie following boundary: Beginning at the intersection of ."weedy 
.joulevard ana the ri^jht-of -way of the Southern pacific P.ailroad; thence 
following .."weedy Boulevard, Tweedy Lane, College rivenue and First Street 
in an easterly direction to San Gabriel River; thence follov/ing said 
-Uver in a southerly direction to Bixby station Road; thence fcllowinp' 
Bixby station Road and axont; section line in a westerly direction to 
the ri-jht-of-way of the Long Beach branch of the pacific jllectric Railway; 
thence follow inej: ri-^ht-of-way of pacific 3lectric Railway in a northerly 
airec* on to its intersection with ri jht-of-way of the Southern Pacific 
Kaiiroa-d; tnence following said Southern pacific Railroad r i:;h t-of--.vay 
in a nortiierly direction to point of bejinnin<;. Also all premises where 
foot and mouth aisease infection has been found to exist until sucn a 
time as the occupant tnereof shall nave received v.ritten notice from an 



inspector of the State Department of ikcriculture or the I . S. Bureau 
of Aniu*a.i inoustry that the required ninety day test of such x^remises 
has been con., ie ted. 

bAl. 3EP.::aRDIIX CCULTY: All that area in San Bernardino County in 
Which ia locatea tne following descrioed portion of n'ontana yarias , cr 
what is otherwise iiiiown as the Declez Ranch: iieginning where I'uloerry 
revenue inters'jcla liie ri^-;ht-of-v/ay of the Sou then, pacific Railroad, 
thence following said ri£nt-cf-»vay to Citrus Avenue; tnence following 
Citrus Avenue to jurupa Avenue; thence following Jurupa Avenue to 
kuioerry Avenue; thence following L.uloerry Avenue to point of beginning, 

JrlBPtEAS , Uiider and oy virtue of an act of the Lefjislature of the 
State of California entitled "An act to protect Qome.3tic livestock 
from contaeioua and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of 
officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to provide 
for the appointraent of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled 
•An act to protect domestic livestcci: fror cc.r.ti^icus and in-f'ecticus 
diseases, to provide for the appointment and duties of officials to 
carry into effect the ..rovisioriB of this act, and to i;rovide an appro- 
priation therefor' approved 1,'arch 18, 18S9," as amended; and as further 
aaended -na approved June 3, 1921, the said Eirector of floriculture, 
in order tc prevert the spreading or conmunication of foot and mouth 
disease to domestic animals within the State of Ca...ifornia , :iot so 
affected, has, on this rinth day of August, 19ii4 . established the 
following Liuarantire regulations. 



CLCsiiZ) ;;jap..^:ti::ld arza 

(a) svery person, perscns, fire, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby proliibited fron. transporting or shipping 
or receivi;ig for transportation or shipr.ent, any livestock including 
poultry, for the purpose of oeing transported or shipped from plac to 
place within, or from said CLOSED ,1 AH Ai: ri] .:SD APJJIA unlesB said iivt- 
BtocK is accon.pajiied by a pern.i t issued by said Director of Agriculture 
or his culy authorized agent. 

(b; Every person, persons, fin;., company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited fron. carrying any domestic 
aniL.ais , inclvdinj poultry, in ver.icxes on or across the puc._ic hijhv/ay 
or roads of said CLCSSD ..UARAir.'IMED AF.3A, ur.les.s said aniiial cr ..'Oultry 
is accompaniea oy the permit as provided herein. 

[c) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their agents 
ana servants are hereby prohioited from driving, moving, or allowing to 
roam, any livestock, including poultry, on or across the public highways 
or roads of said CLOSED ,iUAP.iUrril liD APJEA v/ithout permit as provided 
nereir; provided, however, that nothing in these regulations shall apply 
to horses and mules when actually working in harness when such horses 
and mules uo not belong or have not entered premises v/here foot and mouth 
disease infection exists. 



The said Director of Agricv«lture is hereby authorized to promulgate 
and put into force such ether rules and regulations in said CLCSZD s.^AR- 
Al'TIT-'ED AEEA as l;e may from time to time deem expedient and necessary 
m order to protect livestock of the State of California from uie furtiier 
spread ana dissemination of foot and mouth disease. 

All other Proclamations issued by me prior to this aate relating 
to tne suoject of loot and mouth disease are hereby repealed. 



it IS hereby ordered that a violation of any or either 
quarantine Regulations shall be an offense and punishable as 
the laws of the State of Ca-ifcrnia. 



of these 
provided bv 



KOW, THEREj-'ORE , I, Friend V/n.. Richardson, as '3overnor at the State 
or Caliicrria, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law, do here- 
by prociaijr. theae quarantine Regulations prescribed by the Director of 
Afiricuxture tc be l^al and bindin_: retul-ticus .vithiri t/.e saia counties 
of the state of Ca^ifcrnia, aiid I uo furtlier proclaim tliat said regu- 
lations shaxl be maintained and enforced within said counties and that 
a violation thereof shall subject any and all persons so violating any 
of said regulations to the penuj^ties provided for in Sectio:. Six of 
that said act of the Legislature of the State of California entitlec 
"An act to i:rotect domestic livestock from contagious and infectious 
diseases, tc prescribe the duties of officials to carry into effect the 
provisions of this act and to jrovioe for the appointnient of a veterin- 
arian, arid to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect domestic live- 
EtocK frcrr. contaj^ious and infectious diseases, to provide for the 
i-^ppoin tment and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions 
of this act and to provide an appropriation therefor' approved karch 18, 
iti;y» as aL.ended, and as further amended and approved June 3, 1921. 

Ii; V/I'n:EGS V/HERECP, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great 
seal 01 this state to be hereunto affixed this Kinth day of Au-ust, A. D. 
1924 




'governor of the State of California 



Attest: 




Secre^jry of State 




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Augruat 1,1924 

PflOC L4UATI0H 



',H3RKA3, The fact haa been detr»nnined by the Director 
of y^grioulture of the Estate of California that the oontagloua 
8Uid commmlonble ^laense, known ae foot and mouth disease, 
haa been found to exist a long llYestoolc in the following 
counties and areas in California, hereafter loaown and designated 
as the O^oRD U\HAN7INii1> hASki 



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ONTRA COiT\. ALmEJA. cilMIlJlAU^, 



on which 
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A.11 premises 



foot and mouth diseaae infection has been found to 



TUOLUMMS CQUMTY ; All of Tuolumne County. 

jTAKIoL\Uo H.VTIONU PORaoT ; 411 that area incded with- 
in the cjtanial iU8 Hatlonal I'orest. 



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All that area in Uercod Oounty located 
north and east of a line beginning where the ri^t-of-way 
of the Alerced-Oalcdale branch of the jouthem j?acific Railroad 
enters the county; thence following said right-of-way in a 
southeasterly direction to ita intersection T-ith Bear Creek; 
thence following Bear Groek in an easterly direction to the 
Mariposa County boundary. ^Iso all preaises where foot and 
month disense infection has been found to exiat. 

::aHI?0£A CO JNTY: All that area in liariposa County located 
west of the vesfern boundary of the oierr*i tind Stanislaus 
National .'orestB. 

LP J AIT'^-^L^o CQUg?/ ; All that area in Lo8 Angeles County 
include'^ within the following boundary: Beginning at the 
intereeoilon of Tweedy ^oulevHrd and the right-of-way of 
the 33uthorn -^olfic Railroad; thenoe follo»flng Tweedy 3oulo- 
▼ird. Tweedy Lane, Jollego Avonue anfl l^irst Street In an 
easterly direction to ian ^/Rbrlel r.lver; thenoe following 
said Rirer in a southerly direction to aixby Station .-.oad; 
thence following Bixby Jtatlon aoad and along section line 
in a westerly direction to the richt-of-way of the Long 
deaoh branch of the j?aoif io cileotrio Hallway; thenoe follow- 
ing right-of-way of pHcifio !::ieotrlo liailway in a northerly 
direotlo to ita inlerseo tlon ♦lith right-of-way of the doathern 
Pacific Railroad; thenoe f jllowing said iiouthern Paclfio Rail- 
road right-of-way in a northerly direction to point of beginning. Also 
all preniaes where foot ana. mjuth disease ir-feciion haa been found. 

SAif JKHHARIjIBO COUgTY ; All that area in 3an Bernardino 
County In lAiloli is looaten the following described portion 
of .Montana Farms, or what is otherwise known as the Decle« 
riinch; iaglnning where tulberry wvonue intersects the right- 
of-way of the "Southern Atoi io .{allroaa, thenoe follwlng said 
rl^t-of-way to Jltrua Avenue; thenoe following Jitrus Avpnue 
to Jurupa Wenue; Jience followin*? Jurupa Avenue to -ulberry 
Avf'nue; thenoe following -uiberty Avenue to point of beginning. 



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WHBR'-Aij, Und«r and by virtue of an act of the Legislature 
of the State of California entitled "An aot to protect domeatio 
llTestook from oontaglous and infectious diseases, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to oarry into effect the proTlsions of 
this aot, to provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, 
and to repeal an aot entitled *kn aot to protect domestic lire- 
stook fran oontagioua and infeotiotiB diseases, lo provide for 
tho ajpointMnt and duties of offiolals to carry into «ffect 
the urovislona of this aot, and to provide an approoriation 
therefor' approvt^d ilaroh 18, 1899", as autended; and as further 
aiiifinded and approved June 3, 1*21, the said Director of igrl- 
oulture, in order to prevont the spra-idlng or ooiantunica wian 
of foot and mouth disaade to domeatio ani lala within the State 
of California, not so affected, has, on this ?lr8t day of 
August, 1924, •st.i.blished toe following luarantine regulations. 

(a) Svery parson, parsons, firm, oo;apn.ny, aorpor-ition, 
their agenta and servan'^a are hereby prohibited from transport- 
ing or ariipping or raoeiving for transportatina or shipment, 
any livestocl: inoluding poultry, for the purpose of oelng 
transportei or shipooi froa plaoe to plaoe -vithin, or from 
aaid Z-'.06?.J '4UAHAjrriNil. .\S...X 'onlese said Iive3t03k ia ac- 
oompaniei by a perruit issued by said Director of Agriculture 

or hia duly authorized agent. 

(b) Svery person, persons, firm, company, corporation, 
their agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying 
any douiestio animals, iaoluding poultry, in vehicles on or 
across the public higlway or roada of said :'^0;j2D ^UARAHTiaEK 
ARSA, unless said aai:aal or poultry la accompanied by the 
per.iit as provided herein. 

(c) Svery person, persons, firm, cooipsoiy, corporation, 
their agenta and servants -I'-e iiereby prohibited froa driving, 
moving or allowing to roam, any livestock, including poultry, 
on or across the public hi^j-hwaya or roads of aaid C03ED 

JliiAima:-::) A.v:;n. *ithou'u per nit as pi'ovlded herein; proviaed, 
hovMVer, that nothing in these regulatlDns shall apply to 
horses and -nulae when actually wor icing in harness when such 
horses ana aiulea do not belong or have not entered ore nisei 
where foot ana aiouth disease infection exists. 

Che said Direo-tor of Agriculture is hereby authorized to 
pr(»iulgate and put into force such other rules and regulations 
in said C-^OSED ..J^RAiTPIirilD fLV:.k as he may f ro .i time to tine 
deem expedimt and necessary in order to protest livestook 
of the State of California from tho further spread and dis- 
semination of foot and moutii disease. 



All other Proolamatlona issued by me prior to this date 
relating to tho suhject of foot ^.nd iiouth disease are hereby 
repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either 
of these iuartntiae Regulations shall be an offense and 
pixnishable as provided by the law» of the State of California. 



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lOK 7H3H:/0Hr. , I, ?rlead wm, r.lchardeon, aa OoTernor 
of th« State of California, by Tlrtu* of the anthorlty Tested 
in m by law, lo haroby prool^ia theae .ivirbntine ..eg-ilationa 
preaorlbed by tha Director of Agriculture to be legal and 
binding regulationo within the said oonntiea of the i;tate of 
California, and I do further proclaim that said regulations 
shall be riBintalned and enforced within aald counties and 
that a violation thereof shall eubjoct 9ny and all persona so 
violating any of said regulations to the penalties provided 
for in Section Jix of that said act of the iieglalalure of 
the ^tate of California entitled " \n act to protect donestio 
livestock from oontagioua and infectious diseases, to prescribe 
the duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
this act and to provide for the appointniont of a veterinarian, 
and to repeal an act entitled 'An aot to protect doaestio 
livestock from contagious and Infectious digs'^sea, to provide 
for the appoiax .*ni "^nd duties of officials to onrry into ef- 
fect the provisioiie of this act and to provide an appropriation 
therefor' approved karch 18, 1899" as amended, and as further 
aa»nded and approved June 3, 1921. 

II WlTMi36 fcEir.iao?, I have hereunto set ay hand and 
oaused the Great Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this 
i»lr8t Day of '^ugust , A.D. , 1924, 




Goremor of the ntate of California, 



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'.THliJ'.S, The fact has b-3 3n determined by the Jinctor of A»?ric-ultiire 
of the otate of California that the contiTlous and conL-iunic-ble disease, 
laiown cs foot and month disease, 'ci^s, been found to exiat among livestocl; 
in the follo-rin^c coTr^ties and areas in Caliiomia, hereafter ioiov/n cmd 
designated ie the CLOSED qTTA?.Ui'niN3D X3S^K: 

S0T.'Jio . 01;?^- ccSTi. _j^-^^2^, c •.11 ^:a;:jiii . o? ::ijlajo . :.l:.^GjID . 
!j\ :T:RTr T^:iIu7 "K7ir.T? .~ ^--iT. -Ut!> O. LUIG.3 CO±ITI:i}o ; mi premls es •'here 
f oot cA I niouth disease infection' has boen found to e::ist until such a 
tin 3 as the occupant thereof shall have received -./ritten notice from an 
inspector of the State Department of '. -^riculture or the TJ. s. Bureau of 
'.ninial Industry that the required ninety day test of such premises has 
been ccnT)leted. 



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ill that area ircluded .Ithin the 



''::'^j:.Z .^~.': : ah that area tn Llariposa County Iccuted north of 
the ?!erced /".iver; also all prooises vihere foot and mouth disease infec- 
tion has been fottnd to e:^ist until such a time as the occu"ant thereof 
shall have received v/ritten notice from an inspector of the it^-te Depart- 
ment of .l^ricaltur c or the U. 3, 3^areau of Ajiimal Ir.d'LiEtry that the re- 
quired ninety day test of such premises has b?en completed. 



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IT1-':L5£ CCUIITY; 'ai that area in los /airelas County included 



within the f ollcTino: boundary: Beginning at the intersection of the right 
of •ay of the Southern Pacific Railroad with Tweedy anCi Abbott --.oal; thence 
folloring said road in an easterly direction to its intersection •//ith 
'.Vri:]iit road; thence follo^.vin,^ ./ri jht Head in a southerly direction to 
Downey - Florence Hoad; thence fcllo^.ving Dcv.mey - Florence ?.oad in an east- 
erlv direction to College .venue; tho'nce follo'.^ing' Cclle£:e venue in a 
llort'ierlj- direction to Alameda Street; thence folio\'.lng Alameda Street snd 
'.Yashington Crossing ?.oad in an easterly direction to the San Gabriel Aiver; 
thence follo-.Tin':* said Hiver in a southerly direc":ion "to 3i::by Station P.oad; 
thence fcllowins' Bixby Station ?.oad and along' section line in a ./esterly 
direction to the ri^^it-of-way of the Long Beach br'aich of the Pacific 
Electric Railway; thence follo'.'.ln^ rif^t-of-.vay of Pacific T^lectric Pail- 
wa:'' in a northerly direction to its intersection v.lth rif^t-of-way of the 
Southern Pacific ".ailroad; thence follov/inj: said Southern Pacific ?.ail- 
road ri£:ht-of-way in a norfcerly direction to point of bejinninf:. Also all 
premises ""'here foot-and-mouth disease infection has been found to ezist 
until such a tl'^.e as the occupant thereof shall have received v/ritten notice 
frcn an inspector of tiie State Department of '-siriculture or the U. C. 3'areau 
of Animal Industry that the required ninety day test of such premises has 
been completed. 



SAN 3j::^:;a:DIII0 CCUTTY: .Ul that ai-ea in San Bernardino County in v/hich 
is located the following described portion of Pontana Parms, or v/hat is 
other vise known as the Deolez ^vjich; Beginning .vhere lAilberry '- venue inter- 
sects the ri^t-of-ws.y of the Southern Pacific ^^ailroad, tiaence follov/ing' 
said ri ght-Ox'-way to Citrus .venue; thence follov/ing Citrus 
Avenue; thence following Ji'jrupa venue to Ilulberry .".venue; 
Mulberry Avenue to Point of beginning. 



'.venue to Jurupa 
thence following 



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V/H2-SA.O, Under and by virt-j.e of an act of the Le-^isluture of tho 
State of California entitled ".'.n act to nrctect domestic livestock from 
contcii]"ious and infectlov.£; diseases, to prescribe the duties of officials 
to carr','' into e-fect the provisions of tiiis act, to provide for the 
appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal un act entitled 'An act to 
protect dosnestic livestock from ccnta;^ious and infectioiic dise;;.S93, to 
pro^rt.de for the a; :oint:.-3it aiad duties of offici:J.e to carry into effect 
the provicions of tl^is act, and to provide an ap prop ri :;t ion trBrefor' 
approved i::-.rch 18, le'i'S," as amended; ...nd '-.s further amended L-nd approved 
June S, 1921, the said Director of ■-?rictLlture, in order to prevent" the 
sp re -dins: or comrounio tion of foot a:id ncuth disease to domsstic aninals 
•.7ithin the £:tate of Caltfornia, not so affected, has, on this T-.7enty-fifth 
day of '-uiiist, 19r:4, established the folic''-- iOi-iriintine regulations. 



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(a; Every person, lor&ciii, fl_';:., company, corporaticn, their aTonts 
and servants are hereby prohibited from transporting or shi -oping or' 
r?ceivins for transport -ti en or shipnent, any'livestocl: inciulin^ noultry, 
for the purpose of beins: transported or shi-o-oed from place to "Dlace '.vitrin 
or from said CLC3ID /JA;-.;f:Ti;:i;L' .3:11 unless S-dJ livestock is acocni--„iii-3d * 
by a permit issued by said Director of Agriculture or his duly authori::od 
agent. 




(3) 3very person, persons, firm, jom.a-ny, corporation, their agents 
and servants are hereby prohibited from dri'/inj, T.oving, or allov/ins to 
roam, c2iy livestock, including poultry, on cr across the -Dublic highways 
or roads of scdd CI0S3D UAIffTallLflD -.P^EA v.lthout permit .s provided herein; 
prcviled, ho\7ever, that nothing in these regulations siiall apnly to horses' 
and nules v/hen act-Ea.lly vc rkin^T in harness .vhen such horses and mules do 
not belong or have not entered premises v;here foot -nd mouth disease infec- 
tion exists. 

The said Director of Agriculxi-jre is hereby authorised to promiagate 
and put into force such other rules and regulations in said CL033D 
"UA?.M'?T"Z:D :.JJl\ as he nay from tine to time deem e:>rpedient and necessary 
in order to protect livestoc.-: of the State of C.lifomia from the further 
spread and dissemination of foot and mouth disease. 

All other Proclamations issued by me prior to this date relating to 
the subject of foot and mouth disease ..re hereby repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of these 
"Quarantine f.eculations shaxl be an offense and punishable as provided by 
the la-.7S of the State of daifornia. 

ITOr/, TIIERS:ir:a, I friend .In, :^ichardson, us acvernor of the ^tate of 
Caltfornia, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law, do hereby 
proclaim these uarantine -^efoila .ions prescribed by the Director of 
Agriculture to be legal and binding regulations .?ithin the said counties 
of the State of Calif oriiia, and I do further iDroclaim that said re^mlations 
shall be maintained and enforced -.vithin said counties and that a violation 
thereof shall subject any and c2.1 persons so violating any of said retalia- 
tions tc the penalties provided for in Section ^ix of that said act 0^ T.he 
Le^lslctxxre of the State of California entitled "An act to -Drotoot domestic 
livestock from contagious and infectious diseases, to larescribe' the duties 
of offici:fLs to carry into effect the provisions of this act and to provide 
for the appoint .ent of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled 'An 
act to protect donsstic livestock from contagious and infectious dise^-ses 

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'7H3?Jl\.C, Unier and b;; virt-ae of an act of the Lejislafire of the 
State of California entitled ".'.n act to protect domestic livestock from 
contagious and infectioi^s diseases, to prescribe the iuties of officials 
to carrj'- into effect the provisions of tiiis act, to provide for the 
a-n-nointnent oi' a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled '-Xn act to 
protect domestic livestock from contai^ious and infectious diseases, to 
provide for the a:\-^o intra snt and duties of officicJ-c to c^rry into oi'fect 
the provieions of this act, and to provide an appropri :.tion tre refer' 
approved r.rch 18, 16^9," ay anended; iuid ^s further amended and approved 
June 5, 1921, the said Director of Igricxilture, in carder to prevent the 
spre-dinj: or communic tion of foot and nouth disease to domastic animals 
within the ^tate a? California, net so i^'fected, has, on this I^.7enty-f i f th 
day of '.u.^o.st, 1924, established the follo-.7ing ^u. -' -tine regulations. 



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(a; Svery rei'sor-, i-rcc:..., :?1_-;.., ocrpany, corporat icn, their arrents 
and servants are hereby prohibited from transporting or shipping or' 
receiving for transport .ti en or shipment, any'livestocl: tnciudins poultry, 
for the purpose of beiri?: transported or shirit)ed from place to -place '.vitvin 
or from said CLCSI13 .U/.:.;i:Ti:::iD •.?.^-. unless S-i.l livestock is aece::. ^iiiad 
by a permit issued by said Diroctcr of 
a^ent. 



.Triculture or his duly authorised 



fb) 3very person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their agents 
and serv .nts are hereby prohibited from crrying any domestic animals, 
including poultry/, in vehicles on or across the "miblic hi.^hway cr -"oads 
cf said CLCc^D Q,Tl-i.R^JTTIiI5D .•-?^-, unless .?aid .jiimal or poultry is accom- 
panied by the permit as provided herein. 



(2) jJvery person, persons, firm, comr^Luay, coipor-tion, their agents 
and servjnts are hereby prohibited from dri-/ing, moving, or allo.ving to 
roam, cxi^ livestcck, including poultrj^, on cr across the -public hi -:hv7ays 
0:- roads of said CI033D UAI.-yriirz:!) \73A -..Ithout permit .s pro\1ded herein; 
provided, however, that nothing in these re,5Ulations siiall aprily to horses 
and mules when act^ially ;ti rkin^j in h. mess .vhen such horses and mules do 
not belong or have not entered premises -.vhere foot and mouth disease inJec- 
ti on exists. 

The said Director of -.griculture is hereby authorized to promulgate 
and put into force such otioer rules and regulations in said GICSIilD 
'^UA?. •.::?! "ZD '.I'Jll as he ."-lay from ti ne to time deem e:-:pedient and necessary 
in order to protect livestoc; of the iitate of C...lifomia from the further 
spread aiid dissemination of foot and mouth disease. 



All other Proclamations issued by me prior 
the subject of foot and ncuth disease j.re hereb' 



;o this date 
repealed. 



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It is hereby ordered that a -violation of ■::xiy or either of these 
Quarantine -'.emulations siiaxl be an offense and niinishable as -orovided by 
the laws of the State of California. 

N07, THS-IE^CHS, I ?riend V/m. ?.ichardson, as acvernor of the State of 
Ccltfomia, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law, do hereby 
proclaLm these uarantine .^.eiiulations prescribed by the Director of 
Agriculture to be legal and binding regulations within the said counties 
of the State of California, and I do further -oroclain that said re^rulations 
shall be maintained and enforced within said counties and that a violation 
thereof shall sub;iect any and all persons so violating any of se id re-^ula- 
tions to the penalties provided for in Section ^ix of that said act of the 
Legislatro-e of the State of California entitled "..n act to -orozoct domestic 
livestock from contagioxis and infectiots diseases, to prescribe' the duti-^s 
of offici;J.s to cai-ry into effect tiie provisions of this act and to provide 
for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled '-'oi 
act to protect dorTestic livestock from contagious and infectic\3s disec-ses 




approved June 3, 19::i. 



here- 



III .ITI.'CdS ,'H.:]?^0?, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of this State to be rjjrounto affixed this Tv.'entv-"^ifth dav 
of lu^iTuet, •. ?., 1924. 



Grovernor of the State of California. 



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Attest: 




Secretary "of State. 



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EXSCUTIVE DiiPAl-^TLlJNT 
September 20, 19E4 

PHOCLALIATIOM 



WHSRSAS, The fact hcis been determined by the Direotor of 
Agriculture of the State of California that the contagious and 
communicable disease, knovm as foot and mouth disease, has been 
found to exist among livestock in the following counties and areas 
In California, hereafter known and designated as the CLOSED JUAHilM- 
TINSD A:^3A: 

SOLANO . COIiTlJA COSTA . AIAILEDA. S&ll JOA.^UIIi . ST.'Jf lSLAUS. lEl-iCED 

MADERA7"F^If07 Ttn:jJ^g r Tg:a{ . amd Ck l'SE ^OtM tHS ; All prem is^ 

where foot and mouth disease infection has been found to exist until 
such a time as the occupant thereof shall have received written notice 
from an inspector of the State Department of Agriculture or the U. S. 
Bureau of Animal Industry that the required ninety day test of such 
premises has been completed. 



TUOLUIvIUii: COUNTY: 
National Park." 



All of Tuolumne County, except Yosemite 



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STANISL..US I.'ATIOIIAIi JOHEST ; 
Stanislaus National Forest . 



All that area included within the 



i^IPC'SA COmJTY: All that area in Mariposa County located north 
of the Merced Hiver; also all premises where foot and mouth disease 
infection has been found to exist xintil such a time as the occupant 
thereof shall have received written notice from an inspector of the 
State Department of Agricxature or the U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry 
that the required ninety day test of such premises has been completed. 

LOS ANGjILSS COUNTY ; All that area in Los /jigeles County included 
within the following bovindary: Beginning at intersection Los Angeles 
River and State Street; thence east along State Street to Santa Ana 
line of Pacific iilectric -Railway; thence southeast along railway to 
Somerset Avenue; thence south on Somerset Avenue to Township line be- 
tween Townships three and four south; thence west along Township line 
to Los Angeles Hiver; thence north along east bank of river to point of 
beginning. Also all premises where foot and mouth disease infection has 
been found to exist until such a tia-e as the occupant thereof shall have 
received written notice from an inspector of the State Department of 
Agriculture or the U. £. Bureau of Animal Industry that the required 
ninety day test of such premises has been completed, 

SAN BiJHNAHDING CCUIITY ; All that area in San Bernardino County 
in which is located the following described portion of Montana Parms, 
or what is otherwise known as the Decles Ranch; Beginning where 
Mulberry Avenue intersects the ri^t-of-way of the Southern Pacific 
Railroad, thence following said right-of-way to Citrus Avenue; thence 
following Citrus Avenue to Jurupa Avenue; thence following Jurupa 
Avenue to Llulberry Avenue; thence following Mulberry Avenue to point 
of beginning. 

V?H3R8AS, Under and by virtue of an act of the legislature of the 
State of California entitled "An act to protect domestic livestock 
from contagious and infectious disease, to prescribe the duties of 
officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to provide 
for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled 
•An act to protect domestic livestock from contagious and infectioxis 
diseases, to provide for the appointment and duties of officials to 
Cixrry into effect the provisions of this act, and to urovide an 
appropriation therefor' approved l.Iarch 18, 1899," as amended; and as 



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further amended and approved June 3, 1921, tho said Director of Agri- 
culture, in order to prevent the spreading or comnuni cation of foot 
and mouth disease to domestic animals within the State of Colii'ornia, 
not so affected, has, on this Twentieth day of September, 1924, 
established the following quarantine regulations. 

CLOSED QUARAl^TINED ARlik 

fa) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and Servants are hereby prohibited from transporting or ship- 
ping or receiving for transportation or ahip::.ent, any livestock 
including poultry, for the purpose of being transported or shipped 
from place to place within, or x'rom said CLOSED •)UA:LiiiTIliED AiiiiA 
unless said livestock is accompanied by a permit issued by said 
Director of Agriculture or his dxily authorized agent. 

(b) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from carrying any domestic 
animals, including poultry, in vehicles on or across the public high- 
way or roads of said CLOSED .^UA.i.^'TIl.'^D A?JiA, unless said animal or 
poultry is accompanied by the permit as provided herein. 

(c) Every person, persons, firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohibited from driving, moving, or 
allowing to roam, any livestock, including poultry, on or across the 
public highways or roads of said CLOSED <:UA-i.j;TIL"ED AiiEA without permit 
as provided herein; provided, however, that nothing in these regu- 
lations shall apply to horses and mules when actually working in 
harness when such horses aid mules do not belong or have not entered 
premises where foot and mouth disease Infection exists. 

The said Director of Agriculture is hereby authorized to promul- 
gate and put into force such other rules and regulations in said 
CLOSED ":UAil-.I.'TIl.'SD AliEA as he may from time to time deem expedient and 
necessary in order to protect livestock of the State of California 
from the further spread and dissemination of foot and mouth disease. 

All other Proclamations issued by me prior to this date relating 
to the subject of foot and mouth diseete are hereby repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of these 
Qtiarantine P.egulations shall be an offense and punishable as provided 
by the laws of the State of California. 

NOw, THE-^EFCiLB, I, i'riend \fni, Richardson, as Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law, 
do hereby proclaim these Quarantine liegulations prescribed by the 
Director of Agriculture to be legal and binding regulations within 
the said counties of the State of California, and I do ftirther pro- 
claim that said regulations shall be maintained aM enforced within 
said counties and that a violation thereof shall subject any and all 
persons so violating any of said regulations to the penalties provided 
for in Section Six of that said act of the Legislature of the State of 
California entitled "An act to protect domestic livestock from contag- 
ious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of officials to 
carry into effect the provisions of this act and to provide for the 
appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled 'An 
act to protect domestic livestock from contagious and infectious dis- 
eases, to provide for the appointment and duties of officials to 
carry into effect the provisions of this act and to provide an appro- 
priation therefor' approved Ilarch 18, 1899" as amended, end as 
further amended and approved Jvme 3, 1921. 



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IN wTTlfSSS \TtL^R'£0:!\ I have hereunto sat my hand and caused 
the Jreat Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this Twentieth 
day of Eepteaher, A. D. , 1924, 





Governor of the State of California. 



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STATB OF CALIFORNIA 
EXECUTIVE EKPARTWEKT 

September 30,1924 



PROCLAVATION 



WHEREAS , The fact has been determined by the Director of Agri- 
culture of the State of California that the infectious, contagicw 8 , 
conjiiuni cable disease known as foot-and-Ecuth disease has been found 
to exist among live stock in certain counties in the State of Texas; 
and 

'.VHERBAS, The unrestricted EiOven.ent into this state froci the 
State of Texas of cattle, sheep, goats, other runiinants, swine, and 
horses, dretised carcasses of anirr.als and unsterilized parts thereof, 
hides, skins, and hoofs of animals, hay, straw, and similar fodder, 
and animal manure might result in the introduction of said disease 
among animals in the State of Californiai and 

7/HEREAS, Under and by virtue of an act if the Legislature of 
the State of Califoriiia entitled, "An act to protect domestic iivt 
stock from contagious and infectious disease:,, tc prescribe the duties 
of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to 
provide for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an a ct 
entitled, 'An act to protect domestic live stock from contagious and 
infectious diseases, tc provide for the appointmient and duties of 
officials tc carry into effect the provisions of this act, and to 
provide an appropriation therefor,' approved March 16, 1899," as 
amended; and as further amended and approved June 3, 1921, the said 
Lirector of Agriculture, in order to prevent the spreading or com- 
munication of foot-and-mouth disease to domestic animals witi-jin the 
State of California, not so affected, has on this thirtieth day of 
September, 1924, established the following quarantine regulations. 

During the existence of this quarantine the transportation, 
movement or trailing; or drivintj of cattle, sheep g,oats, other 
rum.inanzs , sv.ine and horses, dressed carcasses of aniiials and un- 
sterilized parts thereof, hides, skins and hoofs of animals, hay, 
straw, and simalar fodder, and animal manure from Harris and 
Galveston Counties and those portions of Brazoria and Fort Bend 
Counties located east of the Brazos River in the State of Texas 
into the State of California is hereby prohibited. 

It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of these 
quarantine regulations shall be an offense and punishable as pro- 
vided by the laws of the State of California. 



NOW, THEREFCRE, I Friend 'to. Richardson, as Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law 
do hereby proclaim these .quarantine Regulations prescribed by the 
Director of Agriculture to be legal and binding regulations within 
the said counties of the State of California, and I do further pro- 
claim tr-a t said regulations shall be maintained and enforced within 
said counties and tliat u vio:-:itio'i thereof s'-.^tll subject a.-ty ji.nd 
all persono so violating any of said regulations to the penalties 
provided for in Section Six of that said act of the Legislature of 



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the State of :;ali :\-)j: nla entitled, "An act to 
live stock froia contagioua and infectious dis 
the duties of officials to carry into effect 
this act and to provide for the appointment o 
and to repeal an act entitled, 'An act to pro 
stock from contagious and infectious diseases 
the appointment and duties of officials to ca 
provisions of this act and to provide an appr 
approved Liarch 18, 1899," as acieided, and as 
c;.pproved June 3, 1921. 



protect domestic 
eases, to pret^oribe 
the provisions of 
f a veterinarian, 
tect domestic live 
, to provide for 
rry into effect the 
opriation therefor,' 
further amended and 



IN WITNESS '.VHBREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this thirtieth 
day of.S^^mper. A. D. . 1924. 





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I. FiaZIO V;i.I. .:IC:^^'.Xl;N, Oc^omcr cf the 



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throurhcut suid 3t: te 

1924, at Thich the follf.7inpr 

THIHTSZi; KL^CTC-S OF Fl-ZSlD-iirr 



offices t:re tc oe filled; 



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rr.iriVii:, frc-n each cf the ale- 



\en Centres sicr.ul Districts in the 3ti.te 

frcr: each cf thy folic ?,• iet T 



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tricts in tho Stata 



•irst 



ird. Fifth, 3o'?enth, luntn 



:io^onth. Thirteen 



th. Fifteonth, Se-vonteenth, nina 



teenth, 



Twentv-furst, T-vonty-rliird, r-.varity-fif 



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t7-third. 7hirtY-fifth, Tiiirty- 



so^eath, i.nd T.i irty-ninth Districts 

Iffl:!B:i^5 OF THE ASSE.:btLT frc:n eacii c 
tricts ir. the State: 



f tho Kirhty Assenbly Dis- 



7'.-:£, 3lJP.ai:^ Cv^Ui^T (Si^crt T 



ar-!. Sndinfl; January 



CiilE? JUSTICE OF 
3. 1927) 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF TilE SUP.miE ColLff (Sicrt Tern, endinf^ Jan- 



uary 0, 



1931) 



ASSCCIATE JUSTICE C; 
uary 7. 19S5] 

AS3CCIATE JUSTICE, 
district Di^i?icn une [o 



if.-: 3'JPX-:i:E CCU-aT (Short Tern, endinr lan- 
niST.-.ICT COU.^r ^F AIP7.AL, ?ii'"^^^'^'^^'^iiv^® 



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;rt torn, endinr Janiwry 



3. 1927) 



JUSTICE. -lISTIdCT C^UT CF AFPE.L, First A'pellato 



ill. 0>-v. i'-l ". 

district, Di"«isicn cne v^-^^ 

ASSC'CIATE JUSnCE. D13T-UCT C.U..T c 

Diftrict, i)i"»i?icn Tx ^Fuil lermj 



rt torn, ar.dinp Januc-ry o, 



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JTEAL. First AfioH^'ta 



iSSOCIATE JUSTICE 



OISnUGT CURT '-F APFEAl, Saccnd Aprellate 



District, livisicn one ; 



Short to r-i, endinr* January 



i9a) 



3S0CL.TE JUSTICE, 213TviCT Cc;".^^cF al 



Dis 



trict, Di^isicn T^c (Full rerm) 



TEAL, Second Apr alia te 



OBae ecu tine Ilepartment 

;&trtte of ©aliforniit 



KI,-.C7I'^t; p:-^ct^matio7T. 



EXiicuTivE DEP/xPT.:::;?; 
37 at:-: of califOiUIA [ 

I. FKIZIO 7^.1. ?lC:i:^.D3CN. ac^orncr c f the 3Utecf Calif- 
ornia, do hereby rrocl^im that a ^e^ral^^oljcticn ti11^,9 he^^ 
throurhcut said st: ta en ^^.31^7, ?H- Fw.r.rh DhT v^? ..tVi-.D.-., 
1924. at -rhich the follfffinff offices t^re tc oe fillol: 

THIHTESII SL-:CTC.-S uF FI-rSSlDKNT AI.D ViCh Pi€3D::;.T OF THK UiiiriiD 
STATES; 

■TIKSRS 0? THE HuUSE 0? riTIiSSEl'iTATIVE::, frca each cf the Sle- 
^en Ccnfrressicnal District? in the Sti-te; 




irty- 



I.!E::B:i^^ of r:^E ASSE.:":5LY frcm each cf tho Eirhty Assembly Dis- 
tricts ir. the State; 

C^IIEF JTSTICE OF 7'.^^ SUI-.ilLS C^'Ji:T (Si,crt Tern, Ending January 
3. 1927) 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUF.miE CuJ.ff (S-icrt Tern, ending Jan- 
uary 5, 1931) 

ASSCCUTE JUSTICE CF THE S'JF.iEIffi CCU.^ (Short Tenr. andinr Jan- 
uary 7. 1935) 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. DIST.JCT CGU.^ jJ F^^''^TuL'r^S^'l927f ' 
nistrict Division One (S^-crt tern, endinp Jainwry 3, DiST] 

AS30CI/JE JUSTICE. DISTRICT CcUi^T 0? /iPPEAL. Fir^t Arpellato 
District, Di^iFioA One [Short tern, endinf: January o. .del) 

ASSOCIATE JUSnCE. DISTRICT G:U..T cr .Jlii^. First AnoUate 
District, Di^isicn ?« [F'all Term) 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISnUGT CURT '-F APFEAl, Sec cnd^ Appellate 
District;; Di^isicA One (Short term, oudinr Jamiary u. 19^1) 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. DISTRICT C0^L:T OF APPEAL. Second AFrallate 
District, Division Tvrc (Full iariaj 



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CBaeecittiue J^epartmcnt 



^tixU of iHalifovttia. 



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CCIATi JUSTICi. T)iST3iCT CcU.^T Oi? API£AL. Third Arpellato 
tor-n, ondiuPT January 7, 19o5] 



District, (Shcrt 



JUDaZ OF T:-n: SlTIilJ-;. C0'J::T II: the r3spactiT?o countias of 
AUIffiDA. COIITPJ. CCSTA. /R2SN0. .G.IN, .anGS, LOS ;J'IG:L2S. -.ADKHAl 
'lO'ITEPilT, 0.i4i:GE, i<I7^.iSIDE, SACR.':iliTC, sL BEIJwuOKO, SJCV 
DIEGC. Si^JI 7?A::CI3C0, SAli JOA.iUII'I, Siil.TA CRUZ, SiilSTA^ §OHOM. 
IIJLAPJ:. and TlT0LU!,2C;, tho number to be oloctad tc aich office 
in each of said count ios in which such elacticn is to be hel-d, 
both for the ree^ular toria thereof an.1 for the unaxrired term 
thoreof, bainfr such as is prescribed by the Cons ti tut ion and 
laws of this Estate; 



ALSO such state, county, 
as are provided by law to 



tc^rnshir, district or cthir offices 
be filled at such election. 



1 further rroclain th^t at said election there '.vill also be subf- 
••nitted tc the vote of the electors j^uch rrcrcsad Ucnstituticnal 
anandm .ts, quostiou?., prcrcsiticns and iniciativo Uaapurer, as 
are ro:!uired tc be so submitted by the Ucnstituticn and lav/s cf 
t.i is <^ t<a Z9 ', 



And 



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do further 



ire by cffor u re-vard cf One 'iunired Dollars 
:cr the arrest ^nd ccn^icti^n of ^rr; anJ ovory r3rJ!cn viclatinr 
any cf th3 prcvisicns cf Title iV, Tart I, cf' the Fonal Coda; 
such re-vards t: oe paid until tlie total a;TKunt hereafter expan- 
ded for tho purpose reaches the sun cf Tan Thousand Doll.^rs1 



IN ,V1T:.E33 .tiEr^uF, I, ?..ii;:.D lu, 
^.ICiiuJDdvli, as Gc^ornor cf the 



3> to cf California, ha^ve ho re -into 



set ay hand and caused Uie Groat 
Seal cf the Si-id otate-yCc be affixed 
c-t the City cf SacraA^tc, this CSrd 
day cf^ Sopte.Tioer, ^y^D. 15)34. 

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::ovenber It 1924 

phocla::aticii 



./HSI^EASt The fact ha^- been determined by the Director cf Agri- 
culture of the State of California tl:at the contagious and coinnuni- 
cable disease, inown as foot and rr.cuth disease, r^s been found to ex- 
ist ar.on£. livestocl: in the follov.'ln,^ counties and areas in California. 
hereafter Icnown and desif^nated as the CLOSED v^UAPA-'TILiiD AI^EA: 



SOLAL'O 



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All rrecises v.'here -ooT and mouth disease infection has 



been found to exist until such a tine as tho occupant thereof shall 
have received v/ritten notice from an inspector of the State. Depart- 
ment of Aeiiculture or the U.S. ijureau of Animal Industry that the 
reouired nlnetL" day test of such premises hjis bee.i ccr.pleted. 



TUCLUIIIE COUIJ?Y : All of Tuolumne County, except YOBemite rational 
Park. 

3TAi:i3LAUS IIATICrAl rC?:SST : All that area included V7ithin the 
3 tanislaus Bational rorest. 



IIAPirCSA COUL'TY ; All that area in Tariposa County located north 
of the I.:erced r:iver; also all premises v/here foot and mouth disease 
ir.fecticn has been found to exist until such a time as the occupant 
thereof chall Jo^ve received \\ritten notice f^cm an inspector of the 
State Departnent of Agriculture or the U.S. Bureau oi Animal Industry 
that the required ninet;., day test oi such premises has been coDpleted. 

'..HERSAS. Under and by virtue of an act of the Legislature of 
the State of California entitled "An Act to protect domestic livestock 
from contagious and infectious disease, tc yrescribe tiie duties of 
officials to carry into effect tiie provisions of this act, to pro- 
vide for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act 
entitled * xn act to protect domestic livestoc':! iic;:- ccnta^ious and 
infectious diseases, to provide for tho api.ointuent and duties of 
officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, aiid to 
provide an appropriation therefor' approved Ijirch 18. IbJdi" as 
ariended; and as further amended and approved June S» 1921. the 
said Director of Agriculture, in order to prevent the spxeadiiig or 
ccmjnui:ication of foot and mouth disease to dcr.estic a^-imals v.ithin 
the State of California* not so affected, has, on this first day of 
November, 1924, established the following quarantine regulations. 

GLCSED j:ai^.u. ti::e3 a.':^a 

(a) Every person, peiBons. firm, company, corporation, their 
agents and servants are hereby prohicited from transporting or 
shipping or receiving for transportation or siiLpnent, any live- 
stock including poultry, for the pur cse of being transported or 
shipped from place to place within, or from said CLOSED ^UAr.ALTi::SD 
AUSA unless said livestocl: is accompanied by a permit issued by 
said Director of Agriculture or his duly authorized agent. 

f o) Every person, persons, firm, compan: , corporation, their 
agents and servants are nereby prohibited from carrying an^. domestic 
animals, including poultry, in vehicles on or across the r^ublic 
higiivay or roads of said CLC3ED ^UAr.i.iTIliED a:'EA. ui.less 'said 
anir^l, or poultry, is accompanied o„ the permit as provided 
herein. 



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(c) ''verv person, persons, lirn, conpany, cor. oration, their 
arents and servants a.re hereby prohibited fror.. driving, coving, or 
a.lowin, to roan, any livestoc.:, i::cludin£^ poultry, on or across 
the public highways or roads of said CLCSIilD 4UA?ji:;TIi;ED ArilA without 
permit as provided herein; provided, however, that nothing in these 
regulations shall apply to horses and nules when actually v.orking 
in'harness when such horses and nules do not oelong or have not 
entered prer::ises where foot and mouth disease infection exists. 




froa the fur the 



to 



All other Proclamations issued by me prior to this date relating 
the subject of foot and nouth disease are hereby repealed. 



It is hereby ordered that a violation of any or either of these 
Quarantine Regulations shall be an o:."fense and punishable as pro- 
vided by the laws of the State of California. 



IIOV;. TEEPiJFOPE 
State of California 
do hereby proclaim 
Director of A£,ric:l 
the said counties o 
proclaim that said 
within said countie 
aiOi' and all persons 
penalties provided 
lature oi the State 
tic livestocl: fro 
the duties of offic 
act and to provide 
repeal an act entit 
contagious and infe 
and duties ^oi. of 
this 




. I. Priend »m. r:ichardson, as Governor oi the 
, by virtue of the authority vested in me by law, 
these quarantine r?ogulations proscribed by the 
ture to be legal and biudin£; re£:uiations within 
f the State of California, and I do further 
r3i:ulations shall be nair.tained and enforced 
s and that a violation thereof shall subject 

so violatin; any of said regulations to the 
for in Section Six of that said act o_ the Legis- 

of California entitled "An act to protect dcr..es- 
m contagious and ixifectious diseases, to prescribe 
ials to carr;; into efiect the provisions of this 
icr the appointment of a veterinarian, and to 
led 'An act to protect domestic livestock from 
ctious diseases, to provide for the appointment 
ials to carry into effect the provisicnc of 
^.e an appropriation therefor' approved !jarch 
and as further amended and approved June 5, 1921. 

'na.ve hereunto set m;;,' hand and caused 
to be hereunto affixed this first day 








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In accordpnce v; ith custom end the proclfcni£ticn of 
the President cf the United States, I, Friend .'.'. 
Richardson, Governor of the State of California, do hereby 
declare Thursday, the 27th day of Iiove;aber, 1524, a legal 
holidav and day of thanksgiving, sc that the people of 
the state may thank the Supreme Huler of the Universe for 
his many "blessings, end particul^^rly the greet blessing 
of our government, the form and ideals cf which insure 
peace, order and justice, ana give every person the right 
of ireedcn. of speech and freedoir. of thought to a degree 
unequalled at any time cr in any country in the history 
of the world. 

IK "ill TliESS nhiiBECF, I have hereunto set my hend and 
caused the C-reat Seel cf the State to be affixed at 
Secramento, this 16th day of licvember, one thcusand nine 
hundred end twenty-four. 
^ By the Governor: 



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PROGLALIATIOU 



.liLISiiAi, I'he fact has bean datarnined by the Director 
of Ac2"icuJ."i''-"'^9 0'± the Stato of California tiiat the contagious, 
co:jiiiunicable disease, presumed to be ilaropaan Gliicicen Plague, 
exists in chickens in many states hereinafter uantionad; and 

.VHiJPJiAS, the importation o- chiclrans, toriiays, 
pheasants, dacks, geese, pea fowls and pigeons from said states 
will likely result in the spread or disser^ination of said disease 
to poultry in the State ox California; and 

WEIlPJiAS, under and by virtue of an act of the legis- 
lature of the Jtate of California entitled, "'.*n act to protect 
domestic livestock from contagious and infectious diseases, to 
prescribe the duties of officials to carry into affect the pro- 
vision. 01 this act, to rovide for the appointment of a voteri- 
narian, and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect domestic 
livestock from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide 
for the appointment and duties of officials to carry into effect 
the provisions of this act, and to provide an appropriation 
therefor,' approved liirch 18, 18^j9," as amended; and as further 
amended and approved June 5, 19E1, the said Director of Ajriculture 
in order to pravent the spreading or communication of said disease 
to poultry within the State of California, has on this thirteenth 
day Ox December, 1^24, established the following Quarantine 
regulations: 

FROIi and after this thirteenth day of December, 1924, 
every person, persons, fir^i, company or corporation, their anants 

and servants, are hereby prohibited from brinpin^ into the 3tat( 

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California any livo c":.ic>ans, turlroys, phaasants, d'acics, 
g-eese, poa fowls or pigeons fro-i any of the folloviing 
states: I.'orth Dakota, South Jaiiota, I^Ansas, Illinois, 
Indiana, Iowa, ..'abraslia and LJLssouri, provided, howevor, 
th^t sh-ipruents of said poultry tliat are now in transit to 
Oalifornia fron any of said States nay be admitted into 
California but shall not ba uiiloaded iron the oars until 
they Jiave been inspected by a duly authorized in3_:ector 
of the Department of Ar-riculture and found to ba not 
affected witji tliis disease. 

It is hereby ordered tiiat a violation of any or 
either ox these quarantine re^julations shall ba an offonse 
and punishable as provided by tho laws of the State of 
California. 

::0.i, f 1-i.Lij'OiL^ , I, inland .fci. .iichaxdson, as 
Governor of tha State of California, by virtue of the 
authority invested in ne by lav;, do hereby proclaim these 
quarantine roj.-ulations prescribed by ti.e Director of .-£;ri- 
culture to be le£-al and binding reg-ulations within the 
State of California: and I do further proclain that said 
rerulations sliall jo rjaintained and enforced within said 
State and th^t a violation thereof shall subject any and 
all parsons so violatinr- any of said re^rulations to th.8 
penalties ^rovided for in section six of that said act of 
the Le islatura of the State of California entitled, "An 
act to protect doaestic livostocl: froLi contagious and in- 
fectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of officials 
to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to pro- 



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vide for the appointment oi' a veterir.arlan, and to repeal 
an act entitled, 'An act to protect doaestic livestoclc from 
contacious and infectioos diseases, to provide for the ap- 
polntnont and duties o:J officials to carry into effect the 
provisions of this act, ai-.d to provide an appropriation 
therefor,' approved Llarch 18, 18S9," as ar:ended; and «3 
further amended and approved June i3, 19£1. 

Ill .ilJiiJoS ..iURJOi', I have hereunto set ny hand 
and caused the ^reat ieal of th-is State to be hereunto 
affixed this thirteenth da:,^ of December, .^,'J,, 1924. 




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I, 7i:lii2 ..'. RiCii/.iiDCCti, Governtr of the Stfte of 
Cfiifomlr, do hereby nroclcim end order Us^ t t eieciEl 
election bIifII be held on the 17th ricy cf -Von-.r.ry, iU.5, 
in the "wiurth Ccnfreesic" strict cC this -Htte to 

fill ti.e vrcrncy cfiieeci e derth oi Juiiup Yrhn in 

the office ci "iepret entetive to the ConpresB of the 
nitecl tf-trs from srid Fourth CcnrreBeiv-nci J istrict 
for the term coinaencinp .-arch 4, ii?26. 

AilT I 'Jj iiLii-iii offer .• reward cf ue r.undred (lOOj 
-o^ers for Uie crre^ t rnd c nvicticn cf rny tnd every 
person vicietinp rny of the orovicions cf Title IV, .rrt 
I, oi the t^enrl Cede; euch revvnrds to be T>rid until the 
totei Eifcunt hereeftcr ex^e cied for the ourT5ose repcl.es 
fCn ThcuEcnd (iO,0.vO) lollEn:, 

IK .ITirr.:S .iHr^iC^CF, I have 
hereunto Bet my hrnd rnd 
crnrod tJ*e Crect Ler 1 cf the 

tfte of CPxifomifc tc be 
cf fixed this -36* ^ey cf 
DM^mber. l»U. ./ 




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to thB office ot thfc BeP^ftdTj •''**{^ 
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STATii Oj' CALI.-'O-'a.'IA 
Ki2Q'j:i /li DJ?;.:?TI.L-<2IT 

December 26, 19 E4 

P H C I A ..: A T I N 



WIE-liilS, The fact has been d9ter:nined by the Director of 
Agriculture of the State of California that the contagious, comnuni- 
cable disease of poultry, known as ?owl Pest, exists in chicicens in 
some st'.;tes and may exist elsev.'here in the United States; and 

.ViiJIlIiLlS, the unrestricted importation of live chickens, 
turkeys, ducks and geese from the area hereinafter mentioned v/ill 
likely result in the spread or disseminc-tion of said disease to poul- 
try in the State of California; and 

VfiiaHcllS, under and by virtue of an act of the legislature 
of the State of California entitled, "An act to protect domestic live- 
stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties 
of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to pro- 
vide for the appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act en- 
titled ^Ajo. act to protect domestic livestock from contagious and in- 
fectious diseases, to provide for the appointment and duties of 
officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, and to 
provide an appropriation therefor,' approved Llarch 18, 1899," as 
amended; and as further amended and approved Jujne 3, 19E1, the said 
Director of Agricultiire in order to prevent the sproadine or communi- 
cation of said disease to povLLtry .vithin the State of California, 
has on 'lis twenty-sixth day of December, 1924, established the folloiw- 
ing qua^-^itine regulations: 

Prom and after this twenty-sixth day of Dece.aber, 1924, 
every person, persons, firm, company or corporation, their agents and 
servants, are hereby prohibited from bringing into the State of Cal- 
ifornia any live chickens, turkeys, ducks or geese from any state in 
the United States located east of states through vvhioh the i^ooky 
Mountains range, except under the following conditions; 

(a) Live chickens, turkeys, ducks or jeese imported into 
California from the area mentioned herein shall be inspected by a 



duly authorised inspector of th© State Depart, .ent of A^ric-ulture 
before delivery to the consignee. 

(b) -Railroad cars used to transport said birds from ths 
area herein mentioned shall be cleaiied and disinfected under the 
supervision of a duly authorized inspector of the State of California 
before they are again used to transport chickens, tur.zeys, ducks or 
e-eose within this state; and coops, crates or other containers and 
vehicles used to transfer said birds from r.dlroad cars when shipped 
from said area shall likewise be cleaned and disinfected under super- 
vision of said inspector. 

The Proclamation of Jece:iber 13, 1924 prohibiting the ship- 
ment of poultry into California from certain states is hereby repealed. 

It is hereby ordered that violation of any or either of 
these quarantine regulations shall be an offense and punishable as 
provided by the laws of the State of California, 

110,7, TliEl^Lij'Orffl, I, ffriend Vta. rJichardson, as Governor of the 
State of Calif oi-nia, by virtue of the authority invested in me by 
law, do hereby proclaim those quarantine refutations prescribed by 
the Director of Agriculture to be legal and binding regulations 
within the St-to of California; aiid I do fvirther proclaim that said 
regulations shall be maintained and enforced within said State and 
that a violation thereof shall subject any and all persons so violat- 
ing any of said regulations to the penalties provided for in Section 
Six of that said act of the Legislature of the State of California 
entitled, ".^n act to protect domestic livestocl: from contagious and 
infectious diseases, to prescribe tho duties oJ officials to carry 
into effect the provisions of this act, to provide for the appointment 
of a veterinarian, and tc repeal an act entitled. '.\n act to protect 
domestic livestock from contagious and infectious diseases, to pro- 
vide for the appointment and duties of officials to carry into effect 
the provisions oi this act, and tc provide an appropriation therefor,* 
approved Llarch 16, 1899," as amended; and as fxirther a:..ended and 
approved June 3, 1921. 



IN ".TITiraSS .VKa.iEO?, I have hereunto set may hand and 
caused the groat Seal of this State to be hereunto affixed this 
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G H HECKE. DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



.uV Slim'. 3 NT 50. 9 TO UA.^Ai;?i:i2 ORDilR HO. 34 
Pertaining to tha A.lfalfa weevil 



It harinp teen determined by the Director 
of Agriculture that fi)ll protection fro-n the introduction 
into the 8tite of CaMfornia of the alfalfa weevil in con- 
nection vtith the importation of alfalfa Tieal will he af- 
forded bj the enforccTsent of certain proteotire -leasnres, 
Regulation 1 of u-irantlne Order IJo. 24 ie hereby amended 
to read ae follows: 



and cereal 
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im-ed lately 
option and 
responeible 



Regulation 1. \]falfa hay and other hay 
etraw and alfalfa -leal, except ae herein pro- 
hat been grown, -'anufaotnred or stored in 
fested territory is hereby prohibited from 
e state of C?^!! fornix for any purpose whateoerer, 
e arrlva'' of an^/ e^ioh hay or etraw or Tieal ae 
aralnst Ir. tYlB order, the same shall be 
eent out of the etate or destroyed at the 
exoense of the owr^er or owners, hie or their 
aper.te. 



Alfalfa mea"^ or Tilxed -neal which contains 
alfalfa Tieal will be admitted Irto the etnt«j of Oalfornia 
fro-n the saia infested territory from mills which are 
approved in "rltlnp by th? "^Irector of 4.gricr.lture ae being 
80 oonstructed and o>9rated as to oonfoim to adeouate safe- 
guard requirements for the prevention of alfalfa weevil 
infestution or contamination of the alfalfa -^eal, provided 
th it all such alfalfa -n.eal le sacked and shi-^ped immediately 
after it is milled, such millinf, s^iolcinr and shi ping to 
be done dnrinr the period l?ovember 1 to Haroh SI; provided 
further, that such ilfalfa -^.eal ie shipped ir new or re- 
cleaned burlac bags ani loaded In tirht railrosui oars which 
are free from alfalfa hay, other hay and cereal etraw and 
which have not been used in oarryinp- alfslf-: hay to "the mill, 
■3inn crovided further that each shipment o " alfalfa meal, as 
above, is accompanied by a certificate signed by a state 
inspection olflcial jf the state in lihloh the alfalfa meal 
originates, estrbliehing the fact that all the alf^'ffa -leal 
in the s"r i ment y as been millec! , sacked and shipoed in 
accordance with the above re"uirementB. Such certificate 
must also state the name and location o^ the mill which 
manr.faotured the product, the name and ad.iress of the im- 
porter in California, the amount of the importation, the 
number and initials of the car containing the shipment and the 
date on which the alfal-^a meal was milled, sacked and shlr>ped. 



CONTINUATION NO P 



k oop7 of th« o«rtlfloat« must b«) mail«d at time of 
shipment to the Direotor of Agrionlture, Saoramento, 
Oallfornla. Any approral granted by the Bireotor 
of Igrloultxire to any mill oovering the shipment of 
alfalfa meal from that mill, as provided abOTS. may 
be reroked by him at any time he is oonrinoed that 
suoh mill ie not meeting adequate safeguard measures* 



Regulation 1 of uarantine Order Ho. 
is atTiended aooordingly. 



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Ij::j 26, 1925 



V/HcJIEiLS, The frot h?-s been determined by the Director of Agriculture 
of the Sf^^te of Gclifomia thrt the destructive infectious diser;.se kncvm 
as foot end r.outh disease nov; exists amcng animr-ls in the 3t:nislru3 
ITrtionrl 5'orost, ^r.d said disersa hrs existed in thr^t -prrt of Tuolarme 
Qou:it:' not locrted v/ithin s-^id r'orest, nnd 'Isc in thrt prrt of Llr-rir.osa 
Ccu--.ty Iccrt^^d north of the lierced River f.nd outside of sr.id i?or©st: r.nd 

'.'<:-: ;:!au.S , The unrestricted novenents of rnimels, rnirvl and oertcin 
other products froa or into s-.id arecs, cr rrom :-lrce to .droo therein, 
will li!.<Dly result in the farther siprer.d of ssid diserso to other rnimr-ls 
not so n'feoted; and 

"LiZlo-S , 'Tnder !\vA by virtue of m -^ot of the Legislrture of the 
ot'te of Oalifomiv, entitled ".an r.ot to fJTend ssction six of rji ret 
entitled "^n not to nrotect doaestic live stock frcn oontrfjious •:'.nd in- 
fectious diserses, tc prescribe the duties of offici-^ls to c; rry into ef- 
fect the ivrovisions of this act, to provide for the a-rrointaent of a 
votGrinr.rlrn, nnd to rer«al an act entitled '-.n act to protect dorKStic 
live stock fron oontr^ious r.nd Infectious diso-sos, tc provide for tiie 
rppointnent rna duties of offioirls to cr rry into effect the provisions 
of* this act, 'nd to provide r.n approprirtion t.erefor, ' aijproved Li-rch 18, 
1899, as aaanded," anproved June ..-■, 1921, rnd to rdd two new sections to 
be nunbered four a rnd seven respectively, relrtin^ to the control and 
er-dic^t-^r' f^:' o"-"*:- in -".astruotive infectious diseises of rnlnrls »4ianever 
discovered in this atcte; providing for the p-vTaent for ^nimrls -nd property 
destroyed in order to suppress certrin destraotive infectious diserses; pro- 
viding- for i)enrlties for vlolrtlon of the : revisions of this rot, rnd de- 
clc.ring the urgency of s: id act, r proved ll-y .'-2, 1925," I, G.H. HeolK, 
Director of .<i^,-ricuiture of the itrte of J.-liiomi', iu order tc suppress 
srid diserse fJid to prevent tiie sr-rerd thereof, do on this l^renty-Jix*-"-. Day 
of llry, 19::£, fix rnd proclr in the ofnisleus iv-.tlonal r'orest, thi t prrt of 
?uolur3ie Cou-ity not loo- ted within svid r'orest, rnd thr.t prrt of Lr rlpoaa 
County loo'ted north of the Lierced Hivsr ;na outside of srid Forest rs 
rurr'^ntined areas: r^nd I do further rrescribe the follo'.ving regulrtions 
in order to regul'te, restrict or restrr in tiie novenents of aninr Is nd 
their products, cs v;ell "s other m: terirls iron: or into srid rrers, or 
from pl^ce tc plPoe therein: 

1. O'rorsses of animrls or pr rts thereof, including 
hides, skins, :.olts, h'-ir, v.xol or bones, or hry, strfw 
or r;ir.nt litter shrll not be brought out of the ot-rlsl'us 
H'tionrl Forest unless r. written i/emit hrs first been ob- 
tained from a dulj; p.uthorised ins^^ector rnd in fccordrnce 
T/ith the provisions thereof. 

2. Ihe driving or trrns^ortin»; of aninrls, cr allowing 
arjTe to drift fron or into s-id it nisi: us Ilation^-l Forest, 
or froc pl-^ce to plroe therein, is hereby prohibited: pro- 
vided, hoTTOver, thrt horses, nules or r sses tc be actu-lly 
used for work, ijack or srddle ur; oses mry be allowed to 



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enter ^nd enfirce from, or nove from plrce to a ce vlthin 
said atrnislrus Iletlon- 1 Porost If vrrittan -emit h- s 
first bee:: ottrined fron - dulr -v.thorlzod Insrector rnd 
in acocrdrnoe with the • revisions thereof • nd Issued in 
rccordrnoe with these re^-ul'tions -nd herebv mrde a r;:rt 
thereof. 

Z O'ttla, shoe-., other nmin-nts and svine sh'll not 
be '-oved or tr-ns-orted fron thrt y^-rt cf -uoluCTie County 
notlocrted vdthin the .t^.-ilsl^us 17: tion^l Forest nor fron 
th^t n^rt of Ll-ri-osa Gount-j loc- ted north of the -^"^d 
Elver%.nd outside of srid .'orest, unless a remit hrs first 
been obtrlned fron r duly ruthori^ed insi^otcr end only in 
acoord-noe vith the irorisions t:-ereof. 

-0- -F'K-iX:-'. I, G.h. :ieoke. s director of .-^-risulture ci the St'te 
n*' -ilf^r^i" V' virtu^ of the authority ♦estad in ne by Irw. do hereby r.ro- 
Siai/ si: ;u^r.nilne re^l^ticns to be " ;nci binding -J^^^^J^-/^^^ 

the s.id ourr-ntined arers of the it.te '^ornia; :nd I do further rro 

fil!i- th-^t s^id ref-ul'-tions sh'll be im - - ^nd enxorcea '^thin . id 

'i^^J Ind thct n^Icl-tion thereof shrll .....act ._ny and r-ll -arsons so 
i!tw Sv 0? s'id rer-al^tions to the nenr.lties provided for in section 

fct t^/rotect dcrrBstic live 3took fror. acnfciou. and infectious ^ise'ses 
to .rcviSfor the arpointn«nt :nd dutie. of -^^^^^.^l^; ^l^ V"^ 
the r.rovi. ions of this act. ^nd to provide ;^^^PP'?^-^^.^;:5|°'*\^^f,^°J^ t,,^ 
'a r-^y.^-^ iq iqoQ -s tnended" t.yj roved June ^, IS^l, .".nd to c^a tv,c 
LTsecUons 'bn-!;ba red four l ..d seve^- res:.ctively, .-^^^ ^^^•;°.;^- .^ 

To^tro? nd er.dioation of certain ^-^-^^^^f f,f rri^^^^^for m'^Is^^^ 
v^.enever discovered in this 3tr.te: providing for 5^%; .'^-^J,;°^/^^^^',.^ 
-nd ^^ro^^rt" destro^'ed L- order to su-press certain aestructiye -'^'^ect.cas 
dise'^s^sT'rovidinc for penalties for viol^tio. of the^rroyisio.s of this 
?.ct, -nd daclrrin^- the urgency of srid ret. approved — ., -^. J.--0. 

..Tm,r.--s vr«-2It:oy, I hrive hereunto set ny lujid rnd cfused the Serl 
of this D;t;rti:.r;t to b; hereunto : f fixed this T^-enty Sixth Dry of L.'y. -t.., 
1925. 




Director of A:.riculture. 



Attest: 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



G H HECKE. DIRECTOR 
aACRA.MENTO 



iySinWIFT 10. 4 TO QUAT?A.NTIHB 0^D5R NO. 86 
Pertaining to Sweet Potato w««t11 



The faot has been determined by the 
Director of Agrioulture that the sweet potato weeril 
(Oylae formioarius . »ab.) exists in the Oounty of 
Baldwin, State of A. 1 ab am a . 

KO*^, ?F3?3'0^'?, it ie deolared 
neoeBsary, in ord-^r to further prerent the introduction 
of the said sweet potato weevil into the State of 
California, that all of the provisions and requirements 
set forth in Quarantine Order Vo, 26 be hereby made 
to apply ano do apply until further orders to all 
parts of that territory: known as the bounty of Baldwin, 
State of Uabama, I-: addition to and including- the 
states and oountiee set forth in Quarantine Order 
Ho. 26. 



aooordingly. 



Quarantine Order No. S6 Is amended 




Director of Agxioulture 



APPHOVSD : 





TJovernor of the State of CalifornH 



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VBSBSiS, The faot has teen datamlned ty the Director of j^grlculture 
of the State of California that the destroctlre infeotlooft diseaaa Imcvn 
aa foot and month dlaeasa now exists among anioals in the 3tanlslaas Kational 
Forest, and said disease has existed in that part of TnolUBine County not 
looated within said Forest, and also in that part of Uarlposa County looated 
north of the llerced Hivar and outaide of said Forest; and 

^VHHH&AS, The unrestricted BtOTesients of aninals, anioal and oertain 
other produota from or into said areas, or from plaoe to plaoe therein, will 
likely result in the ftirther spread of said disease to other aniaals aot so 
affneted; and 

lEslBSAS, Under and by rirtua of tax act of the Legialatnre of the State 
of California, entitlad "An aot to saend seotlon six of an aot entitled "Xa 
act to proteot doaastla lira stook froa oontagloos and infeotioos diseases, 
to presorihe the duties of officials to oarry iato effeot the prorisioaa of 
this aot, to proTide for the appointaent of a Teteriuariaa« and to repeal 
an aot entitled 'An aot to proteot dotsestlo lirestoolc froa ooota(ioaa aal 
iafeotiooa diaesses, to provide for the sppointasnt sad daties of omoials 
to oarry into effect the prorisioaa of this aot, sad to provide aa appropriation 
therefor,* approved Maroh 16, 1899, aa aaended," approred Jane 3, 1921, sad to 
add two new sections to he noabered four a and aeTon respeotively, relating 
to the eoatrol aad eradieatian of certain dastroetlTe infeotioos disoases of 
aniaals idianever diseoTered in this state; proridiag for the payasnt for 
aniaals aad property destroyed in order to suppress oertain destructive in- 
fectious diseases; proridiag for peaalties for Tiolatloa of the prorisioM 
of this aot, aad deelariag the urgeaoy of aaid act, approTed May 22, 1925," 
I, a.H. Eecke, Director of A£;ricultux« of the dtate of Callfoxnla, in order 
to suppress said disease and to proTant the aprsad thereof, do on this fifth 
day of June, 1925, fix aad proclaia the Stanislaus National Forest, that part 
of Taoluane County not looated within said forest, and that part of lUriposa 
County located north of the Ueroed Hirer and outside of said forest aa 
g[uarantined areas; and I do further prasorlhe the following regnlationa in 
order to regulate, restrict or restrain the aoveaents of saiials sad their 
prodncts, as well as other materials froa or into said areas, or froa plaoe 
to plaoe therein: 

1. Carcasses of aniaals or parts thereof, including 
hides, sid.as, pelts, hair, wool or bones, or hay, straw 
or plant litter shall not be brought out of the Stanlslsns 
Hatioaal Voreat unless a written pexalt has first beea ob- 
taiaad froa a duly author iaed inspector and ia aooordaaoa 
with the proTiaioad thereof. 

2. The drlTing or transport ine of anlaala, or allowing 
amao to drift froa or into ssld Stanislaas Hatioaal forest, 
or froa plaoe to plaoe therein, ia hereby prohibited; pro- 
Tided, howoTsr, that horses, aulas or asses to be actually 
uaed for work, pack or saddle pnrpoaes aay be allowed to 
enter and easzigo froa, or more froa plaoe to plaoe within 
ssld Stanislaas Sational forsat if written penilt has first 
buen obtained froa a duly authorised inapootor and ia 
accordance with the prorisions thereof sad issued ia 
aooordaaoe with these regulations and hezwby aade a part 
thereof. 

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WBSaSiS, Tha fact bM been determined by the Director of agriculture 
of the State of Gallfomi* that the destructive infeotioua dieeaaa Imown 
aa foot aixd mouth diaease now exiata anong anioala in the otaalalaua National 
Poreat, asd aaid diaeaae haa exiated in that part of TnolUBina Oounty not 
located within aaid Joreat, and alao in that part of Uariposa Sounty located 
north of the llerced River and outaida of said Poreat; and 

\mimL3, The unrestricted BOTeasats of aalnals, animal and certain 
other produota from or Into aaid areas, or from place to plaoa therein, will 
likely result in the farther spraad of aaid diaaaae to other ani^a aot so 
affHoted; and 

lESasAS, Under and by rirtua of aa act of the Legialature of tha State 
of 3aliforala, entitled "An act to aaend section aix of an act entitled "An 
sot to protect dooeatis liTe stock fron contagioos and lafeotioos diseases, 
to prescribe the daties of officials to carry into effaot the prvriaioaa of 
this aot, to proTida for the appoiatassnt of a Teterinarlsa* sad to repaal 
an aot entitled 'An aot to protect doMStio liTestook trm coatsgious aad 
infect ioua diaeasea, to prerlde for the appoiatMat aad toties of effiolala 
to carry lato effect the prorlaioas of this act, taaA to prorlAe aa MmroprUtloa 
therefor,' approirad March 18, 1899, aa sMnded," approred Joae 3, I9a, sad to 
add two new seotioas to he namberecl four a and seTea respeotively, relating 
to the control aad eradication of oertala dostractiTe infectioaa diseases of 
anlaala itieneTer diacoTered in this atate; proridiag for the paymsat for 
aalnalB aad property destroywd in order to suppress certain destructive in- 
fections disesaes; proridiag for penalties for vlolatloa of the prorisioi* 
of this aot, aad daolariag the urgency of said act, approved May ZZ, 1925, •• 
I, a.H. Heoke, Director of Agricultujw of the State of Jalifomia, in order 
to suppress said disease and to prevent the apread thereof, do on this fifth 
day of June, 1926, fix and proclaim the Stanislaaa Hatlonal forest, that part 
of Tnoluiaia County not looated within said foreat, aad that part of Maripoaa 
Oounty looated north of the Meroed Hirer aad outside of said forest aa 
qaarantiaed areas; and I do further preacribe the following regulatloaa la 
order to regulate, restrict or restraia the BCTeneata of aalMda aad their 
products, aa well aa other materials froa or into said areas, or from plaoe 
to plaoe therein: 

1. Caroasaes of anioala or parts thereof, Inoludlag 
hides, sklas, pelts, hair, wool or boaes, or hay, strav 
or plant litter shall not be brought out of the Stanislana 
Hatxoaal Vereat unlese a written pemit has flret beea ob- 
tained from a duly authorised inspeotor and la aooordaaoe 
with the prerieioaa thereof. 

2. The drlTlag or transport in^ of anioala, or allowing 
same to drift fron or into said Staaislaas Natioaal foreet, 
or from plaoe to plaoe therein, is hereby prohibited; pro- 
vided, however, that horses, males or ssaes to be aotaally 
uaed for woxic, pack or saddle purpoaes may be allo«ed to 
enter aad MCrgs from, or move from plaoe to plaoe withia 
said Staaislaaa Satioaal foreat if written pemit haa first 
b«ea obtaiaed from a duly authorised inapcotor and la 
accordance with the provisions thereof aad issued ia 
aooordaaoe with these rsgalatioas aad hex«by made a part 
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S. Oattle, ttMep, otbar ramlnants and swina shall not 
ba moTed or traosported from, into, or from plao* to 
plae* within that part of Taolmme Coonty looatad oataida 
of tha Stanislaaa Sational forest, or that part of liiariposa 
Ooonty looatad north of tha Meroad Blrar and oataida of 
aaid ?oreat nnlaaa a penait haa firat 'baan ototainad from 
a duly anthorlzad inspeotor and only in aeoordanoa with 
tha proTiaiona theraof. 

irr FROCLJLIU.TZ0V of Hay 26, 1925, with the regalationa contained therein, 
ia hereby repealed. 

NOV, TEBBEFOHS, I, O.H. Heoka, aa Diraotor of ▲({riealture of the State 
of California, by rirtoe of the authority veatad in ne by law, do hereby 
proclaim theaa quarantine ragulations to be legal and binding regulationa 
within the aaid quarantined areas of the State of California; and I do far- 
ther proclaim that aaid regulations shall be maintained and enforoed within 
aaid araaa and that a Tiolation thereof shall subjeot any and all persons 
so Tiolating any of aaid regulationa to the penaltiea proridad for in seotioa 
aiz of that aaid aot of the Legislature of the Stata of California entitlad, 
"Jji aot to amend aection aiz of an aot entitled "in aot to protect domaatic 
liTestock from contagions and infeotiona diaeasea, to preaoribe tha duties 
of officiala to carry into effect the proTlaions of thia act, to proTida for 
the appointmant of a Taterlnarian, and to repeal an aot entitled 'iji act to 
protect domeatic livestock from contagioas and infeotious diaeaaea, to proTide 
for the appointment and duties of officials to carry into effect the pro- 
TisioiM of this aot, and to proride an appropriation therefor,' approred U&roh 
18, 1899, aa amended,** approved Jane 3, 1921, and to add two new aeotiona to 
be numbered four a and aeTen respect irely, relating to the control and eradi- 
cation of oertain daatruotlTa infeotioua diaeaaea of animala irtieneTer dia- 
eoTered in ttia atate; proriding for the payment for animala and property 
destroyed in order to suppre-^s certain destraetlTe infections diseases; pro- 
viding for penalties for violation of tha provisions of this aot, and declaring 
the urgency of said act, approved l^ay 22, 1925." 

IK WIT!QSS WHb^BBOi!', I have hereunto aet my hand and caasad tha Seal of 
this Department to be hereunto affixed this fifth day of June, A*D., 1^25. 




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G H HECKE DIRECTOH 
SACRAMENTO 



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The fiot Y-M- beer determined "by tlie 
Direotor of \Frl3u1ture th-it ar ireect in^urloue to il f h1 f a 
(i other forsige ind oovei- orope, known as the 



of 'tF-^TT'ito of lu^ '. fcr-.ia, tj 



weevil (rh>'tono"-:ue poctloae. Oyll.) exietK 

pjitione 

of Sierra, 

oourt;; of 

towne'r Ipe 

the '^'I'^'i f 



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-ilf-ilfa 
o?rtain 
it: 7) © oounty 
that portion of the 

line betvesR 
I ?Z N':;rt'h, V. !?. •' • , run'' in ^' *»eet froT. 
ctitfl I'.na to the '-"Bt b:. ind iry line of 
»>i5h beinr Vorolr.'iftar deBien«tted ae 
ind t>- 



fouth of the ■bjundv-rj 



al"! "ach'rery, 
been ueed in 



lats.eri .oiiTit;', all ;f __ 

repul^^ttd t'^rritory; 'ind th*t i1falfi>.%y and other h&y ^.nd 

ooreai ftr«j». -ilf.ir. -eil, il" .1 '" eeofl . >iFrip-e, ansiprant 

•norablef, houeehoM effeste, hjueehold itplemorte. oamplng 

effects, oasplnp IrapleT.cr.tr , lire stock, pctatoee, nureery 

etook, eed -ilfalfn real rcillinP -ac: iner^ , ard 

imple-nente. 'btfre and other cor tainerc that i.are 

the milling. b-vUnf, h irvet'tlnp or threehlnf of alfalfa, 

railroud Oire, ^i-.tDTOhnee . '.utorrohile tr-iilers, tr oVe and 

other vehl3'er ure liable to bi ourriere jf eair alfa:'fa 

veevl"- into territorlet' otherTiee free from thlt peet. 

KDT,."T -^aS'D" ?, It le declaref* retjeep^ry 
in order to nr^vont the furt> *»r Ppread of the a^l f •».: f '^ weevil 
in -ail ty.r^-.>.-hau - the ct ito of ^aliforuia th»*t u qu'ir%ntine 
be 'ind t>.e rano le T areb., e f t ibl 1 t?h ed at th" boundaries of the 
rertlnbefore deporlber. rer^l ited territory in loeordanoe with 
th« provleijne of feotlon £n9b of the oMtioa^ 'Joda of the 
Btate of fJiMfornla Ajralrst th'? eaH alfalfa wA©Til , all 
alfalfa ha^ -ind -.thor > ly "ir^. oero-i^ etra-*. a"" f a"i f a '^•^1. 
alfj''fT seed, bappaf»"e, amirrant Torabiee. h lueehold effeotP, 
ho'TSehol-^. i-anlerents, aa-npnr ef'oote. od'^nlng i-cple-nents, 
lire etook, -^ot'toer, nurt^ry stoak, need •ilfal^'i -^eal rrminr 
-TMhlnery. and all -lolinery. l-^ol e-'onts' . bigs an! other con- 
tainer? thlt h ive beer, used In the Tillinr, baling, h rvostlng 
or threihlnr of alfalfa, railroad oare, ai-tomobllee, automobile 
trallert, '.ruokB ir.i other ret. iolee i'ni)urted. broupt-.t, eh loped 
or otherwise Torel fro-r eaid rerj''"'ted territory into any 
other portion of th*« etate of 5%Mforiia, and no euoh artiolee 
or Taterialf ae quarartined nralret shall be pemltted to oaes 
OTer the eali quarantine linee hereby eetabliehed and prool^l^lea, 
exoept a» hereinafter orOTided. 



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legul-ition 1. Wo reetrlotlone ire placed by 
thlB quvrantin* on the ttOTereant of the oommodltiee and artiolee 
enumerated therein between points within the said reflated 
territory, except that euo^ oonTOditiee and artiolee originating 
in that portion of the rerulited territor;. bounded ae follows: 
Beginning at the intereeoiion of the south boundary line of Sierra 
County and the Cal i fornia-NoTada state line, thence north along 
said Oallfornia-KeTada etate line to the north line of 
Township 26 3orth, V, D. y., thence we«t along the boundary line 
between Townships 26 Horth and 27 Ho.th. y. D. V., to the northwest 
corner of Townel Ip i.6 North, ?ange 15 Sast. V. D. y., thence 
south alonf the Hanre line betweer "Ganges 14 Sast and 15 aast 
to the south, bound'ir:, Mr© of 3ierra County, thenoe east along said 
.south boundary line of aierra ^Jount,; to the point of beginning- 
and hereinafter designated as infeeted territory are hereby pro- 
hibited from noTinp from the said infetted territory into any 
portion of the state of CiMfornla outside of said infested terri- 
tory, exospt as hereinafter prorlded, 

Regulation 2. Ufa fa hay and other hay and 
cereal straw and alfilfi -neal , except ae herein prorlded. that 
has beer, grown, manufactured or etored ir. the said reg-lated 
territory is hereby pror ibited tro^ moving froa the said regulated 
territory into an^^ other portion of the state of CaMfornia for 
any purpjse whateoerer, and upon the arriral of any such hay or 
V ,*T w*" '"•*^ "^ quarartlr.ed against in this jrder. the same 
Shan be i-n-^ediately returned to the said repulated territory 
or destro-ed ai tho option and experse of the owner or owners 
his or their responsible apente. 

„,- - . , .,, ^ vlf.ilf.. -lea^ or 'nixe meal whloh contains 

,^\ ?."•'' "1-^ ^* adTsitted into other portions of the st .te 
of California fron the said regul ted territory fj-ora -nills which 
are appr Ted ir »rltlr,f by the Director of \PTlc-.-»ture as being 
so oor.Btruoted -ir.d operated as to or, form to adequate safeguard 
requi regents for the prerertion of alf.lf weevU infestation 

°f*°?-^'""^'"''^^^^" °^ ^*'* ^^f-i^'a '«»^'. oroTlded that all such 
alfalfa meal is sacked and shipped innediatel after it is 
Billled, 8!.ch millinr. sacking and shinping to be done during 
the period Kore-nber 1 to V ^oh 21; provided further, that s^ch 
alfilfi •T«a-' is sh 1 ped in new or resleaned bnrlao bags and 
loaded in tight ral Iroa oars w loh ^re free fronj alfalfa hay 
other hay anc^ eerea^ straw and w Ich hire not been osed in carrying 
alfalfa hv to the -ill, unc! prorlded further that each shipment 
of iljijf • •-•*]. -^P above, is aoooT.parled h^ a certificate Bier.ed 
bi a duly qualified inspection official of the county of origin 
establishing the fact that all the alfalfa -ea^ in the shioment 
hae been milled, socked and s; ipped in aooordanoe with the abore 
requlremente. Suci. oertifioate -uet also etate U.e name and loca- 
tion or the mill whlah -anufaotured the product . the name and 



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address of the importer, the amount of the importation, the 
nuraher and initials of the oar oontainlnp the shipment and 
the date on whioh the alfalfa meal was milled, saoked and 
shipped. A oopy of the oertifioate nuet be mailed at time of 
shipment to the Director of Agriculture, SaoraTiento, California, 
Any approral granted by the "nireetor of Agriculture to an:,' mill 
covering the Sf Ipraent of alfalfa -^ea! from that mill, as pro- 
Tided above, may be revolced by him at any time he is oonTiroed 
that such "nill is not Tieetinp- adequate safeguard measures. 

Heg^alation 3. An official certificate 
signed by a duly nualified insoection official of the county 
of origin shall accompany each shipment of potatoes grown in or 
shipped froTi the said regulated territory into an^f other portion 
of the state of California. Such certificates shall establish 
the fact that all potatoes in the shipment hare been passed over 
a screen imrrediately prior to loading into oar, placed in fresh 
clean sacks and packed in oars that are free from alfalfa hay 
or other hay or cerea"" straw. All shipments of potatoes from 
said reg.lated territory not acoompanied by oertificatep as 
herewith provided for tihall be refused admittance into any 
other portion of the state of California, and the same shall be 
iairaediately returned to the said regulated territory or destroyed 
at the option smd expense of the owrer or owners, his or their 
responsible agents. 

Regulation 4. All nursery and ornamental stock 
and other plants imported or brought Into any other portion of 
the st'ite of California from the said regulated territory must 
be packed in fresh shavings, excelsior or oth.er suitable packing 
(except tule, hay or straw), an^ eac* sVi'Tierit -"ust be accon<~anied 
by an official certificate establishing the fact that each paokags 
in the ship-TLent hac beer, fumigated for a period of one hour for 
alfalfa weevil in an airtif^t enclosure, subsequent to being boxed, 
baled or pack*d for shipment, wilii cyanide of potassium or sodium 
at the rate of one ounce to each one hundred cubic feet of space. 
All shipments of nursery and ornamental stoc'' and other plants as 
enumerated in this regulation not accompanied by certificates 
as herewiti provided for shall be refused admittance into any other 
portion of the stats of California, and all such Aiipments shail 1 be 
Im'^ediately returned to the said regulated territory or destroyed 
at the option and expense of the owner or owners, his or their 
responsible agents. 

Regulation 6. Ho shipment of household effeots, 
or eBigrant movables, originating in said regulated territory, sball 
be brought into an^- other portion of the state of California by any 
eoomon carrier , person or persons unless such shipnsnt be accompanied 
by a sworn statement made in duplicate by the owner or Shipper In 
aooordanoe with, the following fonae, on blanks Which will be 
furnished to applicants by the Director of Agriculture, one of such 



duplloatea (deelgrnted ae copy No. 1) to \>q Tailed to the 
Dirootor of .\rr-:cintur«, Saora-nento. Salifbrnla, and the other 
of eaid duplio-itee (designated ae oopy No. 2) to be delivered 
to the oomraon carrier agent, wit> a special certificate 
appended, to attach to the way bill: 



State of 



Oounty of 



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I hereby eolemnly eweeur that I was present duri np the 
preparation for shipment of the household effects or onigrant 
morablee hich this affidavit swjoomnaniee ; that the froods were 
delivered to the at 

(Station) 



on 

(Month, i 
carload 



(Railroad) 
year) 



oonstitnting (loss than) a 

to be 



oad write initials and ear number hero) 

at 

I Desti nation) 



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Shi oped to 

TN;, ie of consignee] 

▼^* — ________^_____,__,,^ ; that no alfalfa seed, 

(OItc initials of other linos) 
nursery stock, vepetables or fruit is included in the shipment 
and that no hay. straw or grain is included for packing material 
or any purpose; that the shipment le Tiade up of the following: 

Household poods, farm imple'nentB, tools, harness, £&r^. wapons , 
automobile (draw a Mne throui* ite'^e not included), stands of bees 
lirestook ^^^ * 

Isoeolfyj ' 

(Specific any itoTis not included in prori ms olaseifieation) 



(Shipper or owner) 



Subscribed and sworn to before mo 
a notary oubllc in and for the state of" 



oounty of 
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My oomleslon ozplroo 



(Votary public) 
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?he special oerti float© from the owner or shipper to be 
appended to copy No. £ shall be in aooordanoe with the 
following form: 

I hereby agree to oher-rrp explloltl>' ttie renuirements of 
the California "uarantine Order No. 45 with regard to hay, 
straw or grain, h.usehold and agrloul tiir al emiforant movablee 
and ot^ier T^ateriale, and 1 ereby certify that I hare Tiailed 
this day une cop^ f the forepoinp affldaylt to thp i^ireotor 
of Agriculture, Sacra ento, California. 



(Signature) 

Upon the arr ral at any conanon carrier et^ition 
of any ehiorcent of the article f enumerated ir thie regulation 
sue}, shipment shall he held intact until the Director of Agriculture, 
his d-jputy or depi-.tie6, or the state o-.irantine pnardiari of the 
district or county in wJ.ioh such Blipment is received, has been 
notified and a oerti ficite of release irtued. 



P.egul: 
cleai. 
care 



tion 6. lo shall be the duty of all 
oonmon carriers to cleai. and free of alf^^ilfa hay and other hay 
«md oerea> straw, all care that have been used for the transporta- 
tion of lire etoolc, or alfalfa hay and other hay and cereal straw 
in 



or tiirough any part of the said regul-ited territory he fore 
some eiiter any otl er portion of the state of California. 



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Herulation 7. Used alfalfa meal milling 
machinery and oty er naohlnery an^^ implemente th<it have been used 
in the baling, milling, harvesting or threshing of alfalfa will be 
admitted into any other portion of the state '.' California from 
the said regulated territory only upon compliance wit], the 
following requirements: Persons contemplating the importing 
or bringing into anj- other portion of the state of California any 
of the articles enumerated in this regu'' itlon Shall first make 
application to the rirector of A.grioulture for a permit to do so, 
stating in the application the name and •iddress of thfi exporter, 
the locality frc^ which the syirment is vo be "lade , a description 
of the articles for which a permit is reo.uested, the terminal point 
of delivery and the name and addrese of the person to whom the 
permit ah0'.:ld be sent. Any and all shipments of such Tiaobinery and 
implements heretofore enumerated In this regulation imported or 
brou^it from tne said regulated territory into any other portion 
o -' the state of California onder authority of permit issued hj 
the Director of Agriculture shall have attached t3 each shipment 
a certificate signed by a duly qualified inspection official of 
the county or origin, showing the number of the permit to import 
and establishing the fact that all mao^.lnery and implements 
included in the ehipaent have bee cleaned and fumigated with 
hydrocyanic acid gas before belnr loaded for shipment, the date and 



place of fumigation, and the amount of oyanlde used In the fumigation 
of the shipment ooverad by the oertlfioata. Any and all shipments 
of machinery and/or Implements not accompanied by a certificate as 
proTided for ir thle regulation shall be refused admittance Into any 
other portion of the state of California, and upon the arrlral of 
any such machinery and/or Implements without a certificate as pro- 
Tidod for. the same shall be immediately returned to the regulated 
territory at the expense of the owner, consignee or agent. 

l?egulatioE 8. Automobiles, automobile trailers, 
trucks and other rehioles from the said regulated territory arriring 
in any other oortion of the state of California shall be placed in 
quarantine by the Director of \griCilture, hie deputy or deouties. 
or ouirantine guardian of the district or county into which such 
▼ehicle arrives until it . :.s beer) determined by inspection that th* 
same is free fro-r. alfalfa weerll* 

T»egulatlon 9, Baggage, emigrant moTables, 
household effects, household implements, camping effects, camping 
Implements, used farming implements and other field appliances, im- 
ported or brourht into any other portion of the state of California 
by other than common carrier transportation from the said regnlated 
territory shall be placed in quarantine by the •director of Vprlc-I ture, 
his deputy or deouties, or Quarantine griardian of the district or 
county into whioh such artiolet' are imported or broueht until it has 
been determined by inspection that the same are ffae from alfalfa 
weevil. 

Regulation 10. Alfalfa seed will be admitted 
into any other portion of California ftrom the said reflated territory 
onlv when contained in bags or oontalnere w^.ich have not been previous- 
ly used in the carrying of alfalfa products other thar, reoleaned 
alfalfa seed. 

All deputies of the director of Agriculture and all 
state quarantine fnjordians are hereby empowered to carry out all the 
provisions of this order. 

This order supersedes Amendment No. 5 to 
Ctjirantine Ord'-r lo. 34 and shall' ta)re effect Imrediately 






APP50VSD 




Director of Agriculture 
Oovemor of the State of Oallfornia 



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O H. HECKE. DIRBCTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



AMETEKKHf HO. 10 TO QUAHAUTINS OHDEB KG. »4 
Pertaining to Alfalfa Wetril 



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Until March 1, 19£6, that portion of the County of Lyon, 
State of Nerada, lyinf eouth of a lin« drawn eaet and wast 
throogji th« town of WatuBka, County of lyon. State of Verada, 
18 •xampt from the prorleione of Quarantine Order Ho, 54, 
prorided that any and al". shipTPente of oommoditiee quarantined 
against hy Quarantine Crdar No. 84 and offered for entry into 
California ftor^ that portion of the County of lyon. State of 
Herada, lying south of a "line drawn east and west througji the 
town of '"^ahuslca. County of lyor. State of 3e7"ida, must he 
aooompanied hy a certificate signed ty the State Quarantine 
Officer of irevada or hy a duly authorized deputy of the State 
Quarantine Officer of Wevada setting forth the exact looalitj 
where the comrrodity was grown, where stored if stored, the 
name and address of the oroduoer, the rame and address of 
the shipper an.1 the name and addrecp of the person or flr» In 
California to whor the ooTmodlty ie consigned. A copy of eaoh 
certificate shall he mailed in adrance of shipment to the 
Director of Agriculture, Sacramento, Call for ia. 

Quarantine Order Ho. Z4 is amended accordingly. 



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Director of Agrio Iture 



APPR0V8D 




OoTernor of the State of Calif aarnia 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

G H HECKE. DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



Ai!Bifm?sir ffo. £ TO crARAiriNs ohdrh ho. 41 

Pertainine to Cltrr<e "^lit© ^Ue« 



The faot hae b«er dttarmlned by th« 
pir«otor of AgrlO! Iture that th« Citrus "hit* "ly 
( Pial«urod«e oitri . Aeho.) cxlete in the 2tat« 
or TennsBtits. 

HO'^, w'^iT'Cr'!!. it i8 d«olv«d 
n«o«esary. in order to further prorent the introduotion 
of eaid Citrus rhlta riy into the ?tate of CiMfornia 
that all the prorieione anci requlre-nents set forth * 
in CU'Arartln© Order No, 41 he hereby ^ ade to aoply and 
do applj until further orders to i"l pnrte of the 
State ^f "enneesee, in addition to an<? including the 
•tatee set forth in '^u or a: tine Order Vo, 41. 



aooordine-l7. 



Qnarantine Order ro. 41 le a-nended 




Director or '.frreu'Tture 



APPHOYSD 




overnor o-; tht> *-■*. -te of ^.diforni-i 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRIUULTUKu; 

G H HECKE. DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 

QU-UAKTIK3 0RD3R 50. 44 
Pertaining to Ohestnut B-^rlt Pleeae© 



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?he f^iot hate bean ceteniir.ed by the Direotor 
of Agriculture that i dHnperoue plan^ dlBes,ee known ae the 
oheetnut b irk diseiee ( 3ndo thia pira f itioa ) not known to ooour in 
the et.ite of Oaiifurnia exists "in Barer ^l 'state 6 of the United 
StitoB, ajiA that all V'irletioB ^nd epecies of oheetnut snd 
ohinquct^iii t:co? (J ■ .- I'.r.qa ep. and Cv^etanDpeie 6p.) are liable 
to be Of-.rrlerj' of ?^1f di'beiMe. 

h05, ?H r-:3i='0''.d. It is deol-ired neoeeaary, in 
order tu proven^ Uie introduotl on ni the o/ «Btnut "h>3.rk dipeaee 
( 3n5 t l. i V p ■ r ^ z\_ tio^x ) into tie stite of Tail fnrnla, tl-iat a qu^ran- 
tine bo , anar'TTi?* ssino ia, hereb.- o: tiV,i > ahe: it the boundaries of 
tho etuto of '.'•illfornia, in iccordar.oe ^with the c^rDTf-isj 0^)' O"^ 
Section liiJl^n of th- i-olltioaT Vjd«» ..f tj-:-? f^t ;.1;e" of n-ilifornia, 
against oil wre«?8 -xd pl'it'ite -ird "-vrte t'-.^rf^of, i'^o^-ijding pr-ifte, 
cuttlngG cr eoinc, of %1^ speoiPR orl r^rieties of oheetnut and* 
chinquapin ly%ET.arte . r.p. -in^. " -if t ^n; .j; 3 r = sp , ) imn.-,rted or br M:f*t 
from any and "aTi" st~t«r and dretrTotB of the ^'nlted '^tatee enet of 
and ncludi-; th- Pti'.es vP ^•■^.--lt•^n^. ■'•.■-j''i' ?, Col Tido and New 
Uexico. j-.i no trees or olv.te :^r p-iite tr ereof, iric'v.iing 
prafta, cuttirre or eci ^ns, of tjpy foecjes or variety of ohentnut 
or chlTici.iptn ( >,t;V.ne^ sp . >'r,<i C^.g tan.-'rBie re .) from the afore- 
Tientioned are-. eTiTTT?" .i-ernittQ3~rc pa^B over the said quar«»ntine 
llnee ro hereby setabli shed nn*? nroolaimed. 

'.ny and ull treep, plnnte, er^ftp, outtlnpa 
or eoione of any speolee jr viriet;- of O' estn'jt or ohlnouapln 
( gart.Hnei cp. -mc "! a lu^.peie sp.) ^ rivin? i- 0-,liforrla from 
any Bt te or distrioi €•■ r', of n-ndlnr?-! uAlrr the st-.ter of "ontina 
'■VyoVxi. , Color ido .-vi "ev^ "erlco eh'ill br ref .pe^ i-lTslttanoe into 
th-^ state of lalifornia nr.d sh a"" 1 be lT.T9di >3tel: soit )nt of the 
Btite or deetro.ed 1* f' e option ar.rl exnerse of the owner or 
owners, hi*- jr t" elr re?p~nelble agents*. 

All deputieF of the T-lreotor of \pricnlture 
and all et^te ouirar'tine piiTrdi'Tc »ir9 ) creb,, e-?. :;'.v"red \,:. enforce 
all the proTiEicnr of th If order. 

?hie order euo rsedec rn^iartine Regulation No. 6 
iBPued Dece-nbor \, 1916. ~ 



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UJUrAKTMENT OF AGRlUUL'i'UKili 

G H HECKE. DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 

A?!.^iiD?';-:ir so. i to cu\t^:itihb o?DiR ho. 46 

Pertaining to Alfalfa Taeril In California 



It hivlnf been deterwlned by th« nireotor 
of Afrloulture that better oroteotion from the alfalfa 
weeril will be ^ifforded by enl irping th ^t rortion of tha 
ragul'ited territorj' d-eorlbed ae infested territory, 
Hepulation 1 of c.u ir^iritino Order **o. 46 i« hereby arrarded 
to read ae foil owe: 



reBtrlotionB are plaoed 

and 

and 



!>egul ition It 3o 

by thiB quiri.tlne on the •^ove'^ent of the oomnoditiee 

artiolee enuTierated V erein between points within the 

said reguluted territory, except that euo) ootrr.odi tiee 

artiolee orifrtnatinp in th^it rortion of th.e repulnted 

territory bounded ae folliwt: B'^glnrin^- nt the iriteraeotion 

of tho aouUi boundary line of ciorra Co.mty ar-d the Oalifjrria- 

lidTuda etite line, thenoe north alonp e-iid 3a1 ifornla-K9T'\da 

etite line to the north line jf '"ovmehip 26 North, r. D. W., 

thenoe weei al ^nt^ tie ^-t'""d'.ry lino "oetvfeir '0'.rn8).iDe 26 

Korth uTii. 27 i.'ort>- , '/ . " . !'., *o the nort}*e8t oorner of 

Townehip 26 florth, ^ange 1? Z\zl, :: , 7., I',, thenoe louth 

alouf ^i <> '^*in»e line bet-.*qer. Tlnnges 12 visX and 13 Sset to 

the eouthwect oorrflr of "^ovr.ehlp Ll iiorth, ."•anp'e 13 -i'let, 

M. D. }.'., ti enoe eiet nlo'^r tv • bcar.d'.r^ line between ""ownev ipe 21 

North and 20 Sorth, V. D. •'•, to the northe-^et oorner of 

"ownehip 20 North, ' .'-^ 1? Jiet, :'. ". i:., thenoe eojth 

alone the ?.inre ine bet.'.^en T-u.gee 13 -iast ar.d 14 ^'ist to the 

south bound AT^ \ '■ ne of Sierra loTinty, thenoe 'Sist 'ilor.?- »aid 

south boundary lin«» :f 'r^lerri bounty to the colt:t -f ha-'lnr.ing; 

and hareinftfver deelgnatea -iv infer ted territory are htroby 

prohibited fro-- -^orinr fro-^ tt'i said Inleeted t«rr<tory 5nto 

any pvjrtion of the ^titp of O^ill "oriiiQ outside of said infested 

territory, exoent ar horeirafter provided. 



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aUABAHTIHE PHOCLAMATIOH BY 
THE GOVEHNOH OP THE STATE 
OP CAlIPORHIi. iUASANTINIMS 
THE IIIPOHTATION OP SHEEP » 
HOGS, OOATS AUD CATTLE PROM 
THE STATE OP TEXAS. 



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vt THZ STATE OF CALIFOaHIA 

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PROCLAMATIOH BY THE OOYEHNOR OP THE STATE OP CALIPOHNU BSTIB- 
LISHIHO QUABMTIHB AOAIHST THE DIPOBTATIOH, THAHSP02IATI0H AHD 
MOTEMSNT OP CBETAIN LIVESTOCK IHTO OH THHOUOH THE STATE OP 
CALIPOBNIA FBOM THE STATE 0? TEXAS* 



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SxeoutlTe Department » 
Sacramento, Callforaia* 
September 18, 1925* 

WHEHEAS, the DireotOi. of Agrioulture of the State of California 
after Investigation haa determined that an infeotioua and oonmmnic- 
able disease, known as foot and month disease, exists among dCKaestlo 
animals in the State of Texas, and that the importation of domestic 
animals from said State of Texas into the State of California may 
spread such disease among domestic animals within the State of Cali- 
fornia; and 

WHEHEAS, the Director of Agriculture of the State of California 
haa notified the Sovemor of the State of California of said afore- 
mentioned state of facts; . 

HOW, THEHEPOBB, I, Pi'^'iiirj' "filCHAfiDSOH, Oovemor of the State of 
California, deeming it e3q>edient to do so, by this proclamation here- 
by proclaim that an infectious and ooamunioable disease, known as 
foot and mouth disease, exists among domestic animals in the Stats 
of Texas, and that the importation of domestic animals from said 
State of Texas into or throu^ the State of California may spread 
said foot and mouth disease among domestic animals within the Stats 
of California, and accordingly the importation, shipment, or more- 
aent of sheep, hogs, goats and cattle from the State of Texas to the 
State of California is hereby quarantined and prohibited, and vnder 
no condition shall said animals be brought into the State of Call* 



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fomia from the State of Texas. 

This proclamation ahall take effect and be in foroe on and after 
the 18th day of September, 1925. ]^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOP. I. Pi^'^Wi) RICHAiJDSOH, as Governor of the State 
of California, have herexinto set my hand and oaused the great seal of 
the State of California to be affixed this /V day of September, 
1925» 



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TBBEBblAS, It haa been determined by the Director of agriculture of toe 
State of California through information received from the Chief of the United 
States Bureau of ijiimal Industry that a marked inprovement now exists in the 
foot and mouth disease aitiiation in the itate of Texas, and that under existing 
conditions a modification of the quarantine regulations of the State of Cali- 
fornia now existing against the State of Texas is advisable; and 

V.IiclIliAS, the said Director of Agriculture has notified the Governor of 
the State of California of the aforesaid fact*; 

TTCrar, Z'SXifOHii, I, ?*.V/Tliohard3on, Gcvemcr of the State of California, 
deeming it expedient tc do so, by this Proclamation hereby proclaim that the 
regulations contained in ay Proolanations of September 30, 1924 and Septenber 
13, 1925, are hereby repealed, and in lieu thereof the following regulations 
shall be In force and effect on and after ti.is ISienty-.<inth dav of September, 
1925: 

(1) The transportation or movenant Into California of cattle, sheep, 
other ruminants and swine, from the area in Texas quarantined for foot and 
mouth disease by the Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture 
is prohibited. 

(2) The transportation or novaiaent into California of cattle, sheep, 
other ruminants and swine from any area in Texas not under Federal qxiarantine 
for foot and mouth disease may be made only in accordance with the following 
conditions: 

(a) Permit to transport said animals into the State of California must 
first be obtained from the California Department of agriculture. 

(b) Said animals shall be accor;i>anied by said permit and also by a certi- 
ficate of inspection Issued by a Veterinary inspector of the U.S. Bureau of 
Animal Industry or by a Veterinarian whrae certificate has been endorsed and 
counters ignad by the U.S. Bureau of -c-nimal Industry Inspector in charge of 
fcot and moutM disease eradication In the -tate of Texas, certifying that said 
animals are free from symptoms of foot and mouth dlseaAe and have net been 
exposed thereto. 

(c) Copy of said certificate showing names of consignor, consignee, origin 
and destination, number and species of animals in shipoent shall be mailed 

to the California Departzaent of ^-ijriculture, Sacramento, California, on day 
shipBient is made. 

(d) Dressed carcasses of calves, she«p, and other ruminants, hides, skins 
and hoofs thereof, and hay, straw or similar fcduer originating in the area 
juarentined in Texas by the Secrjt^ry of the U.J. Dei^artment cf *-j^ric-^lture 
»*y be shipped into Oalifomia only in acoordanoe with the regulations of 
said Seoretary of Agriculture. 



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in WITKi^S yE2IE0?, I, Flwi^Biohardaon, as GoTerncr of the State of 
California, hare hereunto set my uand and caused the Great aeal of the state 
of California to te hereunto affixed this Twenty-Ninth Day of :>eptember, 
1926. 




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In aooord&noc with custom and the 
proolaaation of the President of the United 
States, and by authority given me by Section 
10 of the Political Code of California, I, 
FRIEirD TO. RICHA.RDSON, Governor of the State 
of California, do hereby declare Thursday, the 
26th day of Horember, 1926, a legal holiday and 
lay of thanksgiving and prayer. 

Witness ay hand and the Crreat Seal of 
the State this Fourth day of November, 1925. 






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PROCLAKATIOH 

WHEREAS. The Revised Ifeiry I^ws of the State 
Of California, pa.sed hy the legislature in 1923. require 
the issuance of regulations by the Departn^ent of Arricul- 
ture pertaining to certain of their provisions, and. 

WHPRSAn. At subsequent hearings attended by in- 
terested official, and by representatives of all branches 
of the industry, it was found that certain other regula- 
tions were necessary, setting forth methods of pro^ lure 
and interpretations of certain requirements of tl -^s in 
order to accomplish the purposes thereof | and. 

'*lF.RruAS, Certain advances have been made in dairy 
control work during the two years just passed and certain 
portion? f the dairy laws were amended by acts of the 
Legislature in 192?. snaking revision of dairy regulations 
heretofore promulgated by me necessary, now. 

TIC-JtF.F' RK . By virtue of the authority vested in 
the Director of Agriculture under section 21 (a) of the 
General Dairy I**b of California. Approved June 15. 1923 
(Chapter 392. Statutes of 1923). »nd Section 22 of the 
-Pure Milk Law". Approved June 15. 1923 (Chapter 390. 
Statutes of 1923). I ^^-^^V P'^^^"^^"^ ^^* following Dairy 
Regulations, numbered one to fifteen, to be in force and 
effect in the State of California on and after this second 
day of November. 1925. A. D. and that all previous dairy 
regulations promulgated by me axe hereby annulled. 

Blreclor of Agrlculiuri 



KBGULATIOH X» 

1. The phras. "Properly fed and kepf is construed to 
„ean that milk, within the meaninp of thi. act. Hmet he pro- 
duced from animals fed only such feeds as will not impart 
strong di8a€reeahle flarors or odors to the milk or products 
thereof. (Mustard, turnips, rape, onions, etc.. when fed in 
such manner or quantity that the quality of milk from cows 
8o fed is injured thereby, (tainted), are not proper feeds 
for milk cows and the feeding of them does not constitute 
proper feedingi whereas, most natural grasses, alfalfa, clover, 
retch, peas, ensilage, beets, carrots, cocoanut meal, grains, 
etc.. which are not moldy or decayed are entirely suitable 
for feeding animals producing milk.) All feeds must be 
wholesome and fed in such quantities as will nourish and not 
impair the health of the animals. Mlk producing animals 
must be kept reasonably clean and must not be subjected to 
undue exposure so that their health is Injured thereby. 

2, Kilk for manufacturing purposes may be graded Into 
three classes as follows i 

FIRST GRADE ?^ILK Is milk showing low dirt content, is 
well cool'^d. will pass the alcohol test, contains no undesir- 
able flarors or odors, is below serenteen hundredths per cent 
acidity and contains not more than one million bacteria as 
Indicated by direct microscopic examination. 

SBCOITD GRAIE lillZ Is milk showing some dirt content, may 
hare some undesirable flarors. Is uncooled, shows a questionable 
reaction to the alcohol test, or contains more than one million 



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and not «or. than fire lallUon bacfrla M InAlcat.d by 
dir«ot mlcrosooplo •xamination. 

THIRD ORAia UIJK (R«Ject«d milk) U -ilk that is yrj 
dirty, .trong .our. contain. nu«.rou. fli.. or oth.r in..ct.. 
gir.. a di.tinct yllow curd by th. alortiol f.t. or contain. 
■or. than fir. million ba«f ria a. indiwt.d by diract aicr.- 
.copi. «»»iBation .r i. oth.r-i.. unfit f b. .»nufa.tur.d 

into a food product* 

«.t« . R.quir«i»ent. for grading aark.t milk und.r th. 
Juri.diction of approT.d milk in.p.cting d.parti-nt. «ay b. 
found in the Pur. Kilk Law. 3.. pag. 41. 



1. CVBM b«lng d«fin«d »• • portion of milk (Soc. 4 
of th. Oonoral Dairy I*w« of California. Approrod June I?. 1923) 
infer., and is oon.truod to moan that the milk from which it 
i. Boparatod muat conform to tho eatabliohod doflnition. and 

•tandards for milk* 

2. Cream for manufacturing purpoaee may be graded into 

three olaesee aa follow* t 

riRGT ORADS CREAM ia oreaa that io oleaa. amooth, free 
from undesirable flarore or odore, eweet or only elightly 
acid, and containa at least thirty percent of butterfat. 

SECCND GR EB CREAM io cream that haa a high acidity, 
contains some undesirable flaror or odor, ie slightly foamy, 
or is too old to paas as first grfide cream. 

THIRD GRAIE CKKAi' (Rejected cream) is cream that is rery 
strong, old, rancid, moldy, dirty, curdy, in an adranced state 
of fermentation, contains numerous flies or other insects, 
or is otherwise unwholesome, 

3. In accordance with Section 4, of the General Dairy 
Laws of California, Approred June 15, 1923. the ratio of fat 
and solids not fat in cream shall be in the following propor- 
tions t 

fat, per cent. 



Solids not fat, percent 
lot more than 



18.0 to 30.0 

30.1 to 35»o 
35.1 to 40.0 
40.1 and above 



8.0 

7.5 
7.0 
6.5 



4, Whipping Cream (Pastry Cream) is cream which con- 
tains not less than thirty percent of milk fat (See. 3. Chapter 
181, Statutee 1907). Aet mpproTed Mareh 11. 1907 - V. 8. 

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1, In acoordanoe vith the r«qulrem«nta of Section 
10, of the General Hatiry Laws of California, Approred 
June 15. 1923. the follovlnr alkaline xoaterlals are 
approved for use In neutralisation of aeldlty In creaa 
for maklnir butter t 



Calcium hydroxide 
Calcium Oxlee 
Calcium Carbonate 
Magnesium Oxide 
Sodium Bicarbonate 
Sodium Carbonate 



I Lime water, milk of lime) 

Quick lime; 

Chalk) 

(Hagnesia lime) 
lEaklng Soda) 
[Soda Ash) 



Others may be used on special written permit from 
the State Department of Agriculture. 

Hote •> See Appendix Paragraph 1 for standard 
weiphtB of butter packages* 



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X. mvT Tanexies or onwvv urm ttwignaxw try twcw, ■" 

i.e. Cheddar, Granular, Monterey and Cottage. The establiehiMnt 
of other varieties is •pecifioally authorized (Section 7 of 
the General Iblry Laws of California, Approred June 15, 1923)* 
A fifth rariety is herehy established to be known as "Ion- 
standard Jack". This rariety includes all cheese made in resem« 
blanoe of the ordinary Xonterey (or Jack) cheese as to form 
and else, but Biay contain uirward of forty^two (42) percent 
Bolsture. It shall be labeled on two flat surfaces, to indi- 
cate the naaei the grade, i.e. whether full crean, half skim 
or skimi eund with the date of manufccture. This fmriety of 
cheese may not be sold to the conauner more than three weeks 
after the d^te of manufacture. 

2. Special rarieties and fancy cheeses niay be zoade 
tinder written permit from the Department of Agriculture of 
the State of California to be sold under labels approred in 
writinc by said Department (Section 7 of the General Ifeiry 
laws. Approved Jvme 15, I923). These permits do not expire 
unless revoked fcr cause by the Department of Agriculture of 
the 3tate of California. 

3* Cottage cheese may be made fren skim milk pasteur- 
ized by the system described fcr manufacturing milk or crean 
(Section 15(a), of the General Daiiry Iaws of California, 
ipproTcd June 15, I923), 

4. factory numbers required by the law to be assigned 
annaally (Section 7, of the General I3Kiry Lawe of California, 
Approved June 15, I923) will be reassigned each year to eaeli 
eheese factory upon application for renewal of factory license 



(Section 16(*) of tho Goncral Dairy Laws of California, 
ApproYOd June 15. 1923). "^e lieenae and factory nuabar 
iaaued to each cheese factory will be the aame in each 

inatuice. 

5, All labeling of cheese required by the law 
(Section 7. of the General Dairy Laws of California, Arprorad 
June 15. 1923) and this regulation, except as otherwise 
proTided herein, shall be in plain block letters or numerals 
at least one-half inch in height, with stencils, stamps or 
labels approred by the Department of Agriculture of the State 

of Calif cmia. 

Sote - Se« Section 12, Paragraph (j) for prcrlsion 

relating to effacing labels. 



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1, Chocolate ic« cr«am !• construed to be a nut 
ioe cream and ir.ust, therefore, contain at least eight 
percent of milk fat and one percent by weight of ground 
ohecolate or coooa* 

2, Application for permit to use butter in the 
BBinufacture of ice cream shall be made annually at 
the time application fer renewal of factory license is 
■ade, within thirty days prior to the expiration of each 
calendar year (Section l6(a) of the Oeneral fttiry Taws of 
California, Approved June 15, 1923). 3>*o*i pemits will 
be issued for one year at a time only. 

3, Bggs or products of egga, under the legal 
definition of iee cream (Section 8, Paragraph (a) of 

the General Hairy Laws of California, Approred J\me 15, I923) 
nay not be used in the manufacture of plain ioe cream. 
Pure and wholesome eggs or egg products may, however, be 
used in the manufacture of special or fancy ice cream te 
be sold as such, under designations which declare its 
character, such as "Custard Ice Cream", "French Ice Cream", 
"Weopolltan Ice Cream", etc. 



1, The use of the phrase -manufacture and sale of 
soft drinks under a trade ncuae" us uaed In Section 9 (d) 
of the General I^ir>- Iaw of California, approved June 15. 
1923, is construed to mean the preparation and distribution 
of soft drinks haring milk or skim milk as a base, in a 
plant especially devoted to the purpose and does not apply 
to the mixing of milk sliakes, etc.. at scda fountains. 

2. Fure unadulterated buttermilk may be treated with 
lactic acid organisms to improve its quality and sold under 
the designation and label, "Cultured Buttermilk." 



1. The u«« of the phra.« •■anufactur* and tale of 
•oft drink, under a trade name- as used in Section 9 (d) 
of the General Dairy I*w of California, approred June 15. 
1923, 18 construed to mean the preparation and distribution 
of soft drink, baring milk or .kla milk as a ba.e, in a 
plant especially deroted to the purpose and does not appU 
to the mixin« of milk shakes, etc.. at soda fountains. 

2, Fure unadulterated huttermilk may be treated with 
laotio acid organisms to improTs its quality and sold under 
the designation and label. "Cultured Buttermilk." 



1, fholtsale d«al«r« rtquirtd "by th* prorlsions of 
section 12 of the General 35alry Iaw of California, approred 
JTune 15, 1923, to keep a record of aalea of oleeniarparlne. 
shall once each month prepare and alphabetically arrange 
a list of all customere of the month Just precedlnf:, ehowing 
the total amount sold to each cuetomar for the aaonth, and 
^uOl forward a copy of eaid list to the office of the 
Separtnent of Aerloulture of the State f fomla at 

Saoranento* 



1. Iholtsale dtalers required by the prorieione of 

Beotlon 12 of the General Palry Law of California, approred 
June 15* 1923* to keep a record of sales of oleomargarine 
shcill once each month prepare and alphabetically arran^a 
a llat of all customers of the month Just preeedlnfr. showing 
the total amount sold to e^^ch customer for the month, and 
shall forward a copy of said list to the office of the 
Department of Agriculture of the State of California at 
Saoraiaento. 



•10. 



1. Two or Kore cowb in full lactation or fre»h«nlnc 
within four months of tach other, and producing milk or cr«a« 
Bold to the public, constitute a eoiBBieroial dairy. A milk 
houofe iBuet y>9 proTided, and other requirement* of the dairy 
law obeerred. The sale of small quantities of milk from one 
cow producing more than enough milk to supply domestic need, 
■ay be actuated by a desire to aroid warn** and not to oom- 
psU with ooBcneroial dairier*. Therefore a milk house may net 
be required, prorided the milk sold is wholesome and handled 
in a sanitary manner. 

2. The word •sterilised" as used in Section I3 (a) 
of the general dairy law of California, approred June 15, I923, 
is construed to mean that the process of destroying all micro- 
orpanlsme 9h«\l be carried to a point equiralent to that 
accomplished by subjection to water or water Taper at a tem- 
perature of 170*>?ahrenhelt for fifteen minutes as required 
by said act. iMsersion in boiling watar (water at 212© lah- 
renheit:^ or subjection to superheated etean or steam under 
pressure for less than fifteen sanutes must accomplish the 
same degree of effieieaoy reached in fifteen minutes by 
water or water Tapor at 170^ Fahrenheit. Scalding as used 
in the ordinary ecnse and which consists of rapidly pouring 
hot water orer utensils is insufficient in that some of the 
surfaces, especially of tubular equipment, are frequently 
entirely missed and always some parts of the utensils are 
inadequately heated* 

3, The practice of emptying and holding milk ia oaac 



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in l>arnB. corrals, etc.. where milking is done is construed 
to te in violation of Section I3 (a) (6) of the peneral 
dairy law of Califcrnia. arproved June 1?. 1923. aa amended, 
wherein it is required that milk must not he canned or kept 
in a place occupied hy cows cr other animals. 

4. In accordance with the requirements of Section 
13 (b) of the general dairy law of California, approved 
June 15, 1923, the following form is adopted ae the official 
dairy farm score card in the State of California. 



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1. In accordano. with the requlre-ents of Section 
U (h) of th. general dairy law of California, approred Jun. 
1$. 1923. the following form is adopted a. the official 
.core card for creamerie. (hutter plant.) and cheese factorie. 
In the State of California. 



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2, In aceordano* with th« nqulrnMnts of Seotlon 
14 ("b) of the general dairy law of California, approred 
June 15, 1923, the following for* le adopted a« the 
official Bcore card for »llk plants In the State of 
California* 



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3. In »ccordane« with the x«qulrement« of Section 
14 it) of the general dairy law of California, approred 
June 15, 1923, the following form is adopted as the official 
card for reporting condition of miscellaneous milk product 
plants in the State of California. 



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1. Any person makinc application for a factory 
lloenee as required \>y Section l6 (a) of the general dairy 
law of California, approved June 15, 1923. »« amended, or 
the renewal thereof, shall file a properly executed 
affidavit in connection therewith, setting forth therein 
such facts as may be Indicated in an appropriate form. 
•upplied for the purpose, by the Department of Agriculture 
of the State of California. 

2. Any person desiring to secure a milk and cream 
teBter»8 license as required by Section l6 (b) of the 
general dairy law of Califcrnia, approved June 15, 1923. 
as acended, shall file with the IJepartment of Agriculture 
of the State of California an application in writing on an 
appropriate form prorided for the purpose, by the said 
department. F-ach applicant shall specify the oet-hod intended 
to be used and for which the license is desired. Before 
any such "Tester's License' is issued, the applicant shall 
be required to pass a written examination and an oral lab- 
oratory exaninatlon and demonstration of technique, sufficiently 
thorough to indicate the ability of the applicant in conduct- 
Ing tests on milk and cream and in each of these exar.lnations 
secure a grade of at least 70!^. The examination shall be 
adapted to the particular method of testing specified In the 
application. The license, if issued, ehall specify the 
Mthod to be used by the licensee and shall not be construed 
to permit tests to be mde l)y the applicant using any other 
■ethod than that specified In the license. 



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3. Any x>ereon desiring to secure a license to veigh 
or sample milk or cream or both, for testing, as required 
\y the f^eneral dairy law of California, approved June I5i 
1923, as ELmended, shall make application in writing • on 
an appropriate form supplied by the Department of Agriculture 
of the State of California. Before any such license is 
issued, the applicant shall h&re satisfactorily demonstrated 
his ability to take correctly, indlridual and composite 
sainples which are truly representatire of the lot from vhioh 
the sample was taken. He shall also prore himself capable 
of answering intelllgontly any questions pertaininf: to his 
work as a saapler or weigher of milk or cream. 



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1. (a) lUlk or orean to to sample^ shall be Btlrmd 
or nixed until unifor». Samples ahall be representatlre 
and in case of composite samples shall be proportionate. 

(b) Samples shall be marked for Identity and In 
case an identification number If discontinued in any case, 
the same number may not be reapplied to another patron for 
a period of at least two months* 

2. (a) Cream samples for testing shall be held in 
wide-mouth bottles of at least two»ounoe capacity, filled 
to the top and closed with a tight-fitting rubber stopper 
or otherwise hermetically sealed In a manner approved in 
writing by an authorized repreaentatire of the Department of 
Agriculture of the 3tate of Cnllfornia, 

(b) lUlk samples for testing may be held in the 
same style container specified for cream, or in milk bottles 
with a well-fitted paraffined milk bottle cap. 

3. (a) For preserring ai4k samples for milk fat deter- 
mination, solid preserTative may be added in sufficient amount 
to preserre the milk but must not exceed one percent of the 
total weight of the samplei or liquid preserratire may be 
added In sufficient amount to preserre the sample but mast 
not exceed two drops of preservatire per ounce of milk* 

(b) For preserring cream samples for milk fat deter- 
mination, solid preserrative may be added if necessary but 
must not exceed three* tenths percent of the total wei^rht of 
the sample t or liquid preserratire nay be added not to exceed 



tvo drope of preserratire per ounee •t ere< 

(•) 0M9««i*e •mmpXmm auet alware %• a«ite^< «ke»- 

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^"^■■~" will T. SMipToB ^^■■■■■■i 

1. (a) Itllk or oreajn to be samplei^ shall be etlrasd 
or nixed until uniform. Samples shall be representatire 
and in case of composite samples shall be proportionate. 

(b) Samples shall be marked for identity and in 
case an identification number 1p discontinued in any case, 
the same number may not be reapplied to another patron for 
a period of at least two months* 

2. (a) Cream samples for testing shall be held in 
wide-mouth bottles of at least two>ounoe capacity, filled 
to the top and closed with a ti^'ht-fitting rubber stopper 
or otherwise hermetically sealed in a manner approved in 
writing by an authorized repreaentative of the Department of 
Agriculture of the State of Cnlifornia, 

(b) yillc sicnples for testing may be held In the 
same style container specified for cream, or in milk bottles 
with a well-fitted paraffined milk bottle cap. 

3. (a) For preaerring aMJc samples for milk fat deter- 
mination, solid prcserratlYe may be added in sufficient amount 
to preserre the milk but must not exceed one percent of the 
total weight of the samplei or liquid preserratlre may be 
added in sufficient amount to preserre the sample but mast 
not exceed two drops of preservatire per ounce of milk. 

(b) For preserrlng cream samples for milk fat deter* 
alnatlon, solid preserrative may be added if necessary but 
must not exceed three* tenths percent of the total weight of 
the samplei or liquid preserTatlTS may be added not to exceed 
tvo drops of preserratlre per ounoe ef eream* 

(e) Oeaposite aamples must alvaye be agitated wImm- 

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9r9r an addition is made to any such sample in order to 
diffuse the preserratiTe throughout the sample. 

4. (a) The licensed tester shall retain in his custody 
samples of all milk and cream tested by him for a period of 
at least forty-eight hours after the test has been completed 
and shall be personally responsible for their safe keeping, 
(b) The management of any concern purchasing milk 
or cream on th basis of its milk fat content must proride 
a cool place nioh all samples may be kept for forty*>eight 
hours by tht, xiw ised tester and in which they may be looked 
if such is deemed necessary by the licensed tester or &n 
authorized representatlre of the Department of Agriculture of 
the State of California. 

Rule 2. Babcock Testing 
1. t»st room equipnentt 

(a) All glassware shall be in conforaity with the 
specifications set forth in Section 17 (c) of the general 
dairy law of California, approved June 15, 1923, as amended, 
and shall bear a legible and indelible distinguishing mark 
indicating official approTal. 

(b) Test bottles must be reasonably well cleaned 
after each using and rendered entirely free from fat. 

(c) The scales or balances used in weighing the 
charge into cream sample bottles must be accurate and shall 
bare a sensibility of not more than thirty milligrams. 

(d) The scales or balances must be fixed in posi- 
tion or set on an eren and leTsl support while in use. 



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9r0r an addition is made to any suoh sample in order to 
diffuse the preserratlTe throxighcut the sample, 

4. (a) The licensed tester shall retain in his custody 
samples of all milk and cream tested by him for a period of 
at least forty-eight hours after the test has been completed 
and shall be personally responsible for their safe keeping, 
(b) The management of any concern purchasing milk 
or cream on the basis of its milk fat content must proride 
a cool place in which all samples may be kept for forty*>eight 
hours by the licensed tester and in which they may be looked 
if auch is deemed necessary by the licensed tester or an 
authorized representatire of the Department of Agriculture of 
the State of California. 

Rule 2. Babeoek Testing 
X. 5^»t room equipment i 

(a) All glassware shall be in conformity with the 
specifications set forth in Section 17 (c) of the general 
dairy law of California, approved June 15, 1923, as amended, 
and shall bear a legible and indelible distinguishing mark 
indicating official approral. 

(b) Test bottles must be reasonably well cleaned 
after each using and rendered entirely free from fat* 

(c) The scales or balances used in weighing the 
eharpe into cream sample bottles must be accurate and shall 
hare a sensibility of not more than thirty milligrams. 

(d) The scales or balances must be fixed in posi- 
tion or set on an even and lewvl sHPFort while la use. 



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(a) The scales or Ijalances must be f»«« from 
Titration and draughts of air while heing used. 

(f) Weights for weighing cream samples must be 
correct within a tolerance of 10 milligrams for the nlne-graia 
weight and 20 mllligraws for the eighteen-gram weight. 

(g) The pipette used for measuring milk samples 
shall be whole and must not hare a broken tip or any portion 
of the delivery end remored. 

(h) The centrifiige must be lerel, secured on a 
solid foundation and when in operation, free from Tlbration 
due to loose bearings or other cause. 

(i) The arms of calipers or diriders. if used, 
must work smoothly and must be tight enough to prerent slipping 
at any part of the angle described by them. 
2. Accuracy in weighing cream tests i 

(a) Empty test bottles must be accurately balanced 
before receiring the charges of cream. 

(b) Cream samples must be thoroughly mixed to an 
even consistency before being weighed into the test bottle. 

(c) Cream samples when thick or lumpy must be care- 
fully hf.ated to a temperature that will allow thorough mixing 
before the charge is weighed into the test bottle and all 
samples must be weighed into bottles at a unifor« tcraperature. 

(4) the pipette used for filling the charge into 
the test bottle nust be rinsed out with water at about 110© 
Pahrenhelt between weighings. The water must be shr.ken or 
blown from the pipette. The pipette snist then be rinsed with 



the next aumple to be weighed hy drawing a portion of the 
sample into the pipette and discharging it before any por- 
tion of the eample is put into the test bottle. 

(e) The weight of the charge of ereaai in the test 
bottle must "be accurately balanced. 

3. Accuracy in measuring milk testa 1 

(a) The sample muat be thoroughly mixed before "being^ 
measured into the teat bottle. 

("b) The samples must all be pipetted into the test 
bottle at a uniform temperature. 

4. nixing samples and acidt 

(a) Temperatures of samples and acid shall be 
approximately 70° Fahrenheit when mixed, 

(b) Samples and acid must be thoroughly raixed 
inawdlately after nixing is begiin. 

(c) Samples should be a deep chocolate color 
after being nixed with the proper amount of acid. 

5. Operation of Centrifuge* 

(a) Bottles must be properly balanced in carrier. 

(b) Samples must be centrifuged three times, with 
addition of hot water (temperature 140° Fahrenheit or above) 
to the bottom of the neck after the first, and to near the 
top of the neck after the second centriftiging, and the length 
of time for whirling shall not be less than five, two and one 
minutes in order named abore. 

(e) In all testing of milk or cream when the same is 
received or purchased upon the basis of the amount of butter 
fat oontaiM* therein, the Babcook teeter .hall be operated 



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the next BBinple to be weighed by drawing a portion of the 
aample into the pipette and discharging it before any por- 
tion of the aample is put into the teat bottle. 

(e) The weight of the charge of cream in the test 
bottle must be accurately balanced, 

3« Accuracy in measuring milk tests i 

(a) The sample must be thoro i<:hly mixed before being^ 
measured into the test bottle, 

(b) The samples must all be pipetted into the teat 
bottle at a uniform temperature, 

A» mxing sainples and acids 

(a) Temperatures of samples and acid shall be 
approximately 70° Fahrenheit when mixed. 

(b) Samples and acid must be thoroufhly nixed 
immediately after mixing is begxm, 

(c) Samples should be a deep chocolate color 
after being nixed with the proper amount of acid, 

5, Operation of Centrifuge 1 

(a) Bottles must be properly balanced in carrier, 

(b) Samples must be centrifuged three times, with 
addition of hot water (temperature lAO" Fahrenheit or abore) 
to the bottom of the neck after the first, and to near the 
top of the neck after the second centrifuging, and the length 
of time for whirling shall not be less than five, two and one 
minutes in order named abore, 

(o) In all testing of milk or cream when the same is 
received or purchased upon the basis of the amount of butter 
fat contained therein, the Babcook tester ahall be operated 



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at the ] roper speed, which 1b as follovst 

(1) For tester with carrier cups extended, with 
diameter cf fourteen inches, the ^peed shall te between eight 
hundred seTtnty-five and nine hundred twenty-fire revolutions 
per minute, 

(2) For centrifuge wi tli carrier cups extended, with 
diameter cf sixteen inches, the speed shall be between eight 
hundred twenty-fire and eight hundred serenty-fire rerolutions 
per minute. 

(3) For centrifuge with carrier cups extended, with 
diameter cf «lchteen inches, the speed shall be between seren 
hundred serenty-fire and eight hundred twenty-fire rerclutions 
per minute, 

(4) For centrifuge with carrier caps extended, with 
diameter of twenty inches, the speed shall be between seren 
hundred twenty-five and seren hundred ocrenty-fire rerolution* 

per minute, 

(5) Tor centrifuge with carrier cups extended, with 
diameter of twenty- two inches, the speed shall be between 
seren hundred and seren hxmdred fifty rerolutions per minute, 

(6) For centrifuge with carrier cups extended, with 
diameter of twenty-four Inches, the speed shall be between 
six hundred serenty-fire and seren hun^'red twenty-fire rerolu- 
tions per minute, 

(d) The arerage temperature of the centrifuge 
chamber when in operation shall not be bclc 130© Fahrenheit, 
$, Reading cream testst 

(a) The ooier of fat oeluBna ahould be a clear, 

S«X4«ii yellow. 

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t^7 ▼**• •oltrtlon ««3oinltxe tTw *©tto« ei^ t»» fat *■ 

coluinn mufit be ole(.r. 

(c) The fat columne must be practically free from 

precipitation, or foreign matter. 

(d) Test bottles must be held in a hot water bi^th 
at least ten minutes before readinf^s are commenced, 

(e) Test bottles must be held perpendicula-* when 
the fat cclumns are measured, 

(f) The meniscus at the top of the milk fat column 
shall be destroyed by the us* of an overlying foreign oil 
approved by the ^Department of Agriculture of the State of 
Califcrnla, 8u:d the milk fat coliimn shall be read from the 
extreme bottom of the fat column to the plane of stparatlon 
between the fct column and the overlying foreign oil. The 
reading of the test shall be made when the temperature of the 
milk fat is between I30 and 140 degrees 2Wirenheit. 

7. Heading milk tests t 

ill laws, rules and regulations governing the reading 
of cream tests shall also apply to reading milk tests excert 
that the neniscus on the fat cclumn of milk tests shall not 
be destroyed and the fat column of tests on milk in nllk test 
bottles shall be read from the extreme bottoa of the fat coluam 
to the top of the top meniscus. 

8, Keeping records of testst 

(a) All persons holding a state license to conduct 
tests of milk or oreaa shall make duplicate records of the 
result of such test, the original to be made with indelible 
pencil or India ink and the duplic-to to ^e nade by the use of 
earbon paper* 

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W Th. f°r» on "nU" *"t record, ar. v.pt -^hiir 
.e ootal.ea W U>. »an«*.:nent of ^y concern wm. .iX>= •» 
e..«„ ,a t.e ba.la of It. fat cont.nt fro« th, I.epart.«t of 
Aerloultur. of the .tat. of California at Sacr^^ento, or th. 
.aid :^«en.nt ^ adopt a form on «ti.factory paper stock 
., .uitr-tl. .i.« and proTldinf .pac. for n.c.ary information. 
„a .u^it in. ^ to th. «ld Dfpart-ent of Arriculture. 
.ho.e approval in «-itin« uu.t b. ..cur.d b.for. .aid form, may 

be used. 

(c) r^ch sheet eiiall oe authenticated by the slpna- 

tore or th*. te.ter and u«.rked .ith the date on which the te.t. 

were tn&de* 

(d) l-henever a ciiange In the records, while still 

in the poaaeesion of the tester, is neceaeary by reaeon of 
accident cr failure to properly record the test, or when a 
reteat is i.mde , the original entry on the records shaU be 
market out uith a .ingle stroke of the pencil or pen T.ithout 
c?efacing the figure and the correction noted immediately 
adjacent to the original entry. The change shall be identified 
by the initials of the teater which are to be written on the 
record immediately adjacent to the correction. v.'heneTer for 
any such cause, a change ix. the records is necee.ary after the 
duplicate test Sheet y^e been placed in the sealed box main- 
tained for thi. purpose, a record of such chan«. shall be made. 
„^Pl:ed uith the date, and auU.entic.ted by the signature of 
the tester and ineerted in the test record box. 

(e) The original te.t record sheets shall be delirered 
to X^. «u^.«eat of th. ooncrn for whom th. te.t. ar. -d. 



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iBmedihtely upon completion of the tests. 

(f) The duplicf te test record sheets 8hs.ll be de- 
posited iBunediately In an official box supplied for the purpose 
by the Department of Agriculture of the State of California at 
Sacramento or made in accordance with blue print specifications 
obtained from said Department of Agriculture, such official 
test record box to be kept in the test room at all tines, 

9, Character of ^vorki 

A licensed tester shall not trcrk faster ttian will 
penait thoroughness and accuracy. 

10. Observation of laws, rules and repulationsi 

A licensed tester shall at all times understand and 
comply witJi all laws, rules and regulations covernin^^ the 
testiaf; of milk or cream bought or receired on the basis of the 
amcunt of milk fat contained therein, by any method or process. 

Rule 3« Gerber Testing- (Fucomc T^quipoient) 

1, The Ger'^er test usinp Pucomr. equipment may be used 
for tests on milk only (not creaa) , when the results cltained 
are to be jaed as a basis rf pajTnent for nilk frt ccnti.ined 
therein. 

2. Licensed testers uainf Fuccnn equipment for tests on 
milk must follor explicitly the instructions reccnnended by 
the manufacturer for conducting this test, unless othprvvise 
instructed in writing by an authrrl'-ed rejrcocntEtive of the 
Departrnent of Africulture of the State of CallfornlaJ^ 

3» All equipment shall be accurate and kert in food work- 
ing condition tc the setisfrctlon of an authrrli-ed representatlT* 
9S tlie Department of Agriculture ot ttoe State of Caliroml*. 



Rule A. Majonnier Testing 

1. Licensed teetere uelnr l^&jcnnler equipment for 
determining the milk fat content of milk or cream en which 
payment is based, must folio* explicitly the current In- 
structions for conducting the test issued "by the manufacturer, 
unless otherwise instructed in writing hy an authorized 
represeutatiTe of the Department of Agriculture of t?ie 3tate 
of California. 

2, All equipment shall he accurate and kept in good 
working condition to the satisfaction of an authorized rep- 
resentatlTe of the Department of Agriculture of the State 
of California, 



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1. Whenever it Is not possible for milk products 
plants purchasing milk or creajn direct fror. fanrers to 
furnish adciresBes in ccnnection with the list of patronB 
as requlrec by section 20 of the general dairy law of 
Calltcrnia, approved June 1>, I923, es anended, the appror- 
Imate location may be given in lieu thereof by Indic^ tlnp 
the distance and direction from certain local landmarks, 
ant it ahull be the cuty ci all such plants tc keep a record 
of the approximate location of all patrons, which record 
•hall at all ticeo duri' crking hours be accesnible to 
duly authcrlzeu reprt /es of the Depsirtaient of Agri- 
culture of the State of California. 



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1. Whenerer a manufactured product of milk ie found 
to 1)6 impure, uncleaii, umholeecme, stale, adulterated, or 
found to te produced, luanufactured or kept in an ineanltairy 
place, by an authorized representative of the repartcient of 
Agriculture of the rtate oi Culifcrnia, he sliall proceed to 
attach to such manufactured product or the containers t/^ereof, 
in an appropriate xoaxuier. a t&g or label bearing ti:e words 
"California Inspected and Ret4«ined" and a copy of tiiis 
reeulf-tlon, Ahereupon, auch manufactured product of milk 
may not be sold or ncred or transported to any other rlace 
or premises until the owner thereof has been given due notice 
and hearing as prorided by .'ection 21 of the general dairy 
la* of California, approTed June 1^, I923, as amended, 
Wliereupcn, said labels shall be removed by an authorised rep- 
resentative of the aaid Department of Agriculture and the 
product or products so held, either released, or condemned 
and marked, or destroyed, or otherwise disposed of as deter- 
mined b: such hearing* 



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1. Ungraded, raw market milk, !• declared unclean, 
impure, unwholesome and unfit for sale for human consumption 
as such, when it contains more than two hundred thousand 
bacteria by official plate count or one million bacteria by 
direct microscopic count, per milliliter (Section 2 (a) 

of the general dairy law of California, approred June 15, 1923) 
(Section 7, pure milk law, approved June 15, I923). 

2. Ungraded, pasteurized market milk, is declared 
unclean, impure, unwholesome and unfit for sale for human 
consumption as auch, when it contains more than one million 
bacteria by official plate count or fire million bacteria 

by direct microscopic count per milliliter before pasteuriza- 
tion! or when it contains more than fifty thousand bacteria 
by official plate count per milliliter after pasteurizatioh. 




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Ilul* 1. kllk In«p«ctinp Depr.rtraents. 
la Frery olty, county, or city and ocunty* deslrlnr 
approTul of a UHk InBpectinr Department, ohnll make arrll- 
eatlon for approral In vrltinr to tho Cvpartcient of 
Arrlculture cf tJie 'tute of California. Upon receipt of 
•aid applio: tion, the said Department of Arrlculture shall 
datemlne if sueh city, county, or city and county, ia 
entitled to approTal. If such approTal is piven, the etUd 
Pepartment of Afrrlculture shall issue a certifier.te cf 
apprcvtil to the Kilk Inspecting r«partr;ont, prorided, such 
apprcTul nay be virhdravn should the Kilk Inepeetii^ 
Department later become ineffioientf whereupon, the certifi- 
cate of approTal sJ-iall be forfeited, 

2* To secure and hold such approTal, a "IDc Inspecting 
Departatcnt mu^itt 

(a) ProTlde a sufficient force of qualified Inereotore 
and sufficient labcratcry facilities to enfrree efficiently 
the "Pure Milk Law" (approred June I5, I923) and other laws 
and repulations relatlnr to the gradinp of milk and crean. In 
the absence of a labcratory, arranpenenta nay be nade with a 
person or firm upprcved by Uie reparUaent of Agriculture of 
the rtate of California to do buoteriolorioal and other labor* 
atory work. 

(b) . .^♦Tide for the physical exan-.i nation, by a qualified 
reterinarlan, of all oattle produeinp oiilk to be sold within 
its Jurisdiction at least once erer, six nonths. A clinicul 
exair.ination is not necessary 1 horerer, general physical ajcaBlna- 
tiaa for siaalfest eTitfaaa* ef «!••»«•• sueli mm mulmrr** mi 




aaatltist pyonetru , tuberculosis, open sores, uloerated 
teeth, absoeuses, etc., shall be oonducted. 

(e) Maintain th« standards for the r&rlous r^adea 
of milk as eatabliahed by the "Pure V'llk Ia«" (approved 
June 15, 1923) and the rules and repulntlone hereby estab- 
lished. 

(d) Cooperate in the holding of official surprise 
milk sorrln^' contests vheneTer requested to do so by a 

duly authorized representatire of the Departnent of A^rlcul* 
ture of the ntute of Calif crnia* 

(e) Conpljr with the rules and regulations }t«?rein set 
forth. 

Rule 2. Inspectors. 

!• lo dairy inspector appointed under the provision of 
the "Purs Milk Lav" (approved June 1;;, 1923) shall bccspt 
any compensation, directly or indirectly, for any advios 
rendered to any dalrynan, nor shall any such inspeetcr be 
the a^^ent for, or be interested in, any fim or corporation 
ssllinr •r faandllnp, any supplies used by dt^lryinen, creameries 
or other fr.etories of dairy products. 

2, The inspectors whose duty it *ill be to participate 
In the enfcroecsnt of the "Pure Vilk Lav* (approved June 15. 
1923) and other lavs pertainin^^ t« the gradinr of rcilk and 
cresuB, shall hare passed a Civil r.^rrios yxazniaaticn riven 
either by the Civil erviee Cossnissica of the city or county 
in which the Kilk Inspecting T^partment is situated, cr by the 
State Civil nervice Coanission. ruch sxasination, if riven 
by a oity, county, or city and county, alMU.1 be or equal or 



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liislicr otandard than that rlren by the tRte Civil :>rYlc« 
CoBBnisaion for the poeltlon cf duiry Inspectori rrorlded, 
that all persona holdlnc Uie pooltion of dniry inspector la 
any city, county, or city and county, fcr ti period of alx 
Bontlio prior to the firat day of Cctoljar, 191*» ant perforalne 
the duty cf auch office to the aatiafaotlon of the Board of 
Health of auch city, or county, durlnr th- 1 time, ahcll not ba 
requireci to take ti.e aald examination. In the event ti.at tha 
Inapectcr haa net taken the Civil Serrlce Examination at tha 
time of hie appointment, tlie qualifloatlona cf euch inspector 
ahall be determined ty an exar.lnRtlon conductad by the Bureau 
of Xfeiry Centre 1 of tha T«partnent of Afrleulture §t the 
Stata of Cullfornia. Hothlnf in these rules ahall be ccnetrued 
to require the health officer cf the state, or of any ccunty, 
or city, to take an exanin tion before beinp qualified to 
Inspect dairies, nllk plants, creamcrieo, cheese factories, 
or any other factory- where milk products arc handledi and nothing 
in these rules shall be construed to interfere \7ith the inspection 
of such places by employes of the rt^te Board of He&.lth when 
an epidemic of aiiy coanunicable dieeaue is p r e wl ^nt* 

Rule 3* Inept c tion* 
!• Inspection shall consist of labcri-tory 
examinations of the products and adequate superrision of the 
equipment Hnc' methods of the T&rious producers and distributors. 

2. Saa«»les of retail milk for bacteriological and 
chemical exiualnation shall lC taken in orirlnal containers 
direct from delivery wagons, d^lrlea, milk plants, or other 



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Intermla ur.d without pr«Tlou« notlc« tc any prcducer or 
distributer. Addltlon-l awnplea cf milk retailed at etcr««, 
etc., dhiall be taken as frequently ae oonditlonn will i>«rmlt. 
PpiBplee shall Le taken from -Jtores In all case a '.?her« complaint 
1b ntide regarding the condition of saae. r^peclal attention 
shall be directed to the tetcperature at which otore sarplss 
are 'rert, npjnploo of wtiolescle nllk for bacterlo lot' leal «xan-> 
Inatlon shall be ta>en at tlim; of arxlTal at the milk plant 
at least once a cionth. The term "viiclesule nllk" Is construed 
to mean milk from a producer v^ho sells hi a product to a 
distributor and shall not be ccnotrued to Include the whole- 
•£.ler of the finished product to reoteuranta, stores, bakeries, 
etc* All nllk arrpleQ siiall be kept at a tKipert^ture below 
50° fahrenhelt until pl:-ted, lAbcrr.trry technique whall be 
in acccrdance with the Ttandi-rd 'ethcde cf tJiC Anerloan 
Public Kenlth Association fcr I'llk Analyals", The direct 
mlcroBcrplc ccunt of bacteria (Preed tethcd) Is recc£nl?ed as 
• standard of official technique where used for Juclflnc the 
quality of unp-^steurlred irilk* 

3« 7>airy farr.e shall be Inspected at lenst six tiries 
a year* Paetevirizlnr pl-nte shall be Inspected at least once 
erery twc weeks. Ilcnts of producer-distributors of raw kIUc 
shall be inspected at least once each r-onth. Secres en the 
nethcds and equlpiaent of dr.iry farms cr products plants shall 
be ade at least tv*ce a ye&r. Visits of inspectors shall be 
unanncanoed and at lrrefrul'»r Interrals. Pastearixlnr equipment 
shall be flren special attention and reoordinir ihermonetere 
%••%•« r*w Aeeuraesr a% least eaee ewery tvo weeks* 

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4. All persons engaged in handling milk, either 
before or after paeteurizatlon, shsill be required to 
exercise acrupulcus cleanliness and muat not harbor the 
perms of typhoid fever, tuherculosia, diphtheria, or other 
communicable diseases liable to be conveyed through the milk. 
Absence of such communicable disease may be determined by 
cultures and physical examincvtion to the satisfaction of 

the local health officer or milk inspecting department. 

5. Each dairy or distributor of milk and cream shall 
be kept Informed of the results of the laboratory examina- 
tions and scoring of their individual products and equipment. 
On the basis of these determinations the inspecting cepr.rt- 
menta shall issue written authorisation to each person or 
concern who desires to sell milk under Its jurisdiction! 
provided, that authorization shall be revoked in every 

eas« when the product or equipment of any person or concern 
does not consistently meet the requirements of the "Pure 
Kilk Law" or of the rules and regulations for its enforcement. 

6. In case »fl official plate count exceeding the 
legal standard is obtained, the milk inspecting department 
Bhall lake at least three recounts within a period of two 
weeks in addition to the routine milk examination, whereupon, 
if the count is persistently high and the average count 
obtained durinr the two weeks period exceeds that establishad 
by the "Pure I'ilk Law" such milk may be degraded, or, at the 
option of the milk inspecting department, excluded from the 
local market. Whenever the product has been degraded by this 
procedure, such product shall not be r«*««tablialM« at Ita 



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during which time it must have met the requirements of the 
"Pure Milk Lav," as determined by official counts. All 
recounts are considered as official samples in computing 

final r?llk scores. 

7. All publications or public statements relatin* 
to the quality of milk or cream, or the condition of dairies 
or milk plants, shall be expressed in terms of percentage, 
one hundred being considered perfect. In rating milk or 
cream this percentage shall be based on an average of results 
obtained by the examination of at least four samples taken 
at intervals of at least a week. In no case shall publica- 
tion of numbers of bacteria be made. The method used for 
computing milk sccres for publication shall be approved by 
the Department of Agriculture of the State of California. 

Rule 4. Standards. 
1, The standards for the various grades of milk shall 
be those established by the "Pure Milk Law" (approved June 15, 
1923) and in addition the following requirements with respect 

to cooling. 

(a) Grade "A" raw milk, when distributed twice a 
day by the producer, must be cooled to a temperature of 60® 
i-ahrenheit or below, immediately after being drawn from the 
cow and bo maintained until delivery to consumers. 

(b) Orads "A" raw milk, when distributed cnce a 
day by the producer, must be cooled to a temperature of 55° 
Fahrenheit or below, immediately after being drawn from the 
cow. and thereafter maintained at a temperature not excesdinc 
^0*lMir«nli«it until *sllv«ry to *»»• eonsuBsr. 

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(c) Grade "A" raw irilk bottled at a <il3tributlng 
plant must be ccoled to a temperature of 5^ Fahrenheit or 
below, Iranediately after beirv drawn from the eow, and 



thereafter maintained at a temperature not exceeding 60 
Fahrenheit until delivered to the coneurier. 

(d) Gr:^de "A" milk for pasteurization must be cooled 
Immediately after belnr drawn from the cow to aa lew a 
temperature as practical and eo nifcintained until delivery 

to the plant. After pasteurization, milk muet be cooled to 
a temperature of 50* Fahrenheit or below, and so maintained 
until delivery tc the ccnsomer, 

2. A milking shed or barn with tipht, non-abecrbent 
cleanable floors shall be required of e-.ch dairy producing 
graded xilk, such milking' shed *r bam to be p.cceptable to 
the local Inspecting department under whose Juriddiction 
tl^.e dairy is conducted. 

Rule 5» labeling. 

1, Graded market milk must be labeled to give the 
following informi-ticn: 

(&) Hame of product, uainp one of the following 
legal terms to correctly define the gradet 

Certified Milk Grade "A" Raw Hilk 

Guaranteed Raw l!ilk Grade "A" lasteurized Itllk 

Guaranteed Pasteurized Milk Grade "B" Pasteurised Milk 

(b) Name of producer or distributor, 

(c) Address of producer or distributor. 

2. Ungr«*ded milk must be labeled to give the following 

Information! 

(a) »«»• of product, ueing one of the fellewln^ le«»l 
««nw %• eovreetXy dmtltim ftte 

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itL-rket lillk Pasteurized 



(b) Name of producer or distributor. 

(c) Addrcse of producer or distributor, 

3. Special designating words such as "Inspected Kilk", 
-Extra ^tuallty Itilk", "Purity Guaranteed", "Special Baby 
Milk", etc., must not be used. (Pure Milk 'aw, approved 
June 15, 1923, Section 20.) 

4. The vorda "whipping- creaia" or "table creair" ccnatl- 
tute the uiijae of a product and may be used for labeling? 
market cream. Otherwise, the requirements for labeling 
market creujn are the same as those relating; to market milk. 

5ote - For the definition and minimum fat required 
for whipping or pastry cream, see Regulation II i^ar. 4-. 

Hcte - Per further information relative to tneae 
rules, address inquiries to Bureau of Dairy Control, State 
I^partment of Agriculture, Sacramento. 



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UiUFAKTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

G H HECKE. Director 
SACRAMENTO 



(CiHAHTIKE 03D3R NO. 46 
Pertuinlnp- to Orisntul ' .-nit Moth 



The faot has been determined "by the 
director of Afrrioulture that an Ineeot injurious to 
peaoh trees ind fruit ani other trees m& fruit k-nown 
as th« Oriental fralt noth ( laBpaTreei a -poleeta . Bueok) 
new to aiiU not horeoofjre r^riianf or'^istrihuted In 
t}i« et-ite .f I'Ufjrnia, exists in the ststes of 3ew 
York, Oonnootioat, Mow Jersey , ^"n'sylrinls , ^''ryland, 
^alaware, West Tlrrlnla, Vlrsrlr.la, Termeseee, Sorth 
C=\roliri&, -ioutL C rolina, "lorldi, ^-fcorjla, Al ib^a, 
VlSFieBiopl, loiielvna, 'jrl-^nsas, T«xa8 ani?! InJlana, and 
in the rdsti^lot of "Jolunbt-i, nil o* -^'lioh ^ro inoludeA In 
and heroimifter referroa to le the infested territory. 



and thHt all virie'l*^ ana 
flower in» f:r-.s of '-eich, : 



?pecica liio" Mv'i;»g tlie 
jcturins, '-ilrionc: , uirlcot, 
plum, ol-erry. 3>ui&e-3herry, ^ulnoe, oeir nd ^pila trees snd 
pl'inte ini :resh ^r'lits tv<9reof, nvd. "-.ll "boxes, "b^irrels, 
b-iskets, or Dtrer 3-:nt '.1 .ler s jf these fruits ra ' ia'ble 
to be oarriere of E.3d Oricn'O-il fri;i t ;,iv"ih in'wo tl«i 
state of 3i]<forria« 

FC^, TI'-^CS^CRS, it Ir deel:-r«*d neoessary. 



-.ntrcductlwn 
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aid Orier.tal 
0-- ; ifo-.Ela, th it r-. ru-r-ntine 
est-ibMshed \t olie "hound -iriea 



in order to prjTOiix 
fruit Toth iriuO "Jhe 
he, and the ban.e ie 
of the et.ita u f" '3'vl" forni i in -iooora mod -wit) the pro- 
visions of .=:ectijn ::319"b of tl.e .c"!itlc:l Code of the 
state of Cal fornla, -p-ainat fc^ic! OrientM frtUt moth, and 
all Tu-ie^iec -.nf epeciee 1 nlu.-ir - the -Tlovsrinf: ■^'orTr.s of 



ol'olce- 



pe^oh, nect-irine, Im^nd, »srioot, plum, olerry, 
oharry. c'a'iice, C'-'^r, ^vnu '^pi le aeoB or i-VntL' or p ^'ze 
thereof, inoj-udir.r; the frerti fruits, mS ^n Voj.ee, "barrels, 
baskets o* .thar oont .irere th .t hure been used to contain 
these frrite, imc rted, shipped or brourrt from s«ld in- 
fested territory, ~ni , f rther, ao aucjh treaa or plants or 
portions trereof, Includirr tie fresh fruits, -^nd no con- 
t«iiner8 used for euoh fruits -.b cua-int'ned .g-i'st in this 
order shull he cenuitted to paes 07«r the eaii ^uvrantine 
lines Ko hereby estab-iehed ind proolai-sed. 

Any ar*d all v triet,ies and specie? inolaling 
the flowerine- fonns --f pf^ieh , rectrine, «ilmond , ijiriaot, 
plum, crorr^', o oke-ofierry, qiinoe, pgur and ippla trees or 
plants or parte thereof, inol jdlne the fresh fruits, aal all 
boxes, birrele, taekats or oth?r used osntalners of these 



fruita, irriTlng in California ffom the aald Infested 
territory shall be refueed admittance Into the state 
of Oalifomia and shnll he inmediatelj sent out of the 
state or destroyed at the option and e^qpense of the owner 
or owners, his or their revponsible agents. A.11 deputies* 
of the rireetor of Affrioulture izid all state quarantine 
guardians are hereby empowered to oarry out all the 
prOTisions of tMe order. 

The f or e^ing does not apply to the 
experiments of the United States Depixt-nwit of Agrloaltars 
in the etate of HiH fornia. 

This order shall take effect inmed lately. 



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IXKlTinVE OFFIOl 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



G H HECKE, Director 
SACRAMENTO 



iMjmy'sir: no, 6 to cmT^iKTiifs ohdsr ho. s6 

Pertaining to S-'eet ?ot\X.r "of'vll 



The fiot h iB beer determined by the T)ireotor 
pf -iitrlenl ture ti '*t t» e ewoet potito weevil ( Cylae 
f oryio ariue, ' ib.) exists ir the 3ount^ of Jaokeon, 

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in the Count.v o* ^^^f "ereon, Stite 



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3"^ '^t .:-?^ "r, it ip deol-ired reoeetary, 
J fur -her urere-^l the ir.troduotlon of the 

ootito w'-evl • into t} e State of nalJfornlu, 
f th-" proritions mi reo- 5 r«">»»^tr pet forth 



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Corornor oi' th* .-ita-u? of Oalj fonia 



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or THE ETATL- OF CALIfOBm 

^cC 30 1925 



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Deoembtr 30, 1925 
PBOOLAHATIOI 



WKSSiAS, The taot has 'been datezulsed by the Dirsotor of i^rlsultniv 
of the State of Oallfomla that foot and mouth disease dees not nov exist In 
the State of Texas, and therefors the regulations goremlne the moTsments of 
anlamls from that «tate oont&ined in ray ?roolaaiation of Jeptemher 29, 1925, 
are no lon^r ceoessary to proteot the health of anioals in the State of 
California: and 

WBclKU^, The said jJirsotcr of Agrioulture has notifiad the aoremor 
of California of the aforesaid facts i 

HOW, TKSTEJOHE, I, Friend Wnu Richardson, Goremor of California, 
deeming It expedient to do so, hy this froclAoatlon hereby revokA the 
regulations oontslned In my Proolamation of September 29, 1925, 

Iir rtirasSS TKTIEysOf, I, rrlend Wn, Ei shards on, as GcTemcr of tha 
State of California, hare hereunto set my hand and oaosad the Great Seal 
of the ::tate of Callfcmia to he hereunto affixed this Thirtieth Day of 
Deoeober, 1925. 




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Ikfju /a Seoretary of State. 



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uTATii OF C.illWi.l.'lA 
PROCLALIATIOK 
January 1, 1926. 



tJEERjUAi, The fact has been determined by the a)irector 
of -igrioulture of the otate of California that the destructive 
infectious disease of anij.ials. Known as foot and mouth disease, 
no lonxer exists in those parts of I'uoluune and ...ariposa 
Counties lying outside of the otanislaus l.ational .^^orest, 
and those parts of Dalaveras and .ilpine Counties lying within 
said x^'orest, and that part of .uolunme County situated north 
of the middle fork of the otunislaus r.iver within said /orest; 
and 

rfHliPoiAo, The vjaid disease has been brought under such 
control in the remainder of the otanislaus Lational i'orest 
that the reflations contained in the x'roclamation of June 6, 
1&26, may be safely modified; 

i:Oi, THilHrlFOHiJ , I. J. H. Hecke, director of Agriculture 
by and with the upproval of the iovemor, do on the First 
day of January, 1926, revoke the quarantine regulations of 
June 5, 1925, and in lieu thereof do hereby quarantine those 
portions of Tuoliuune and ...ariposa Counties lying within the 
otanislaus Lational .'oreat south of the middle fork of the 
otanislaus Jiver for the purpose of preventing the possible 
further spread of said disease, and do further proclaim and 
prescribe that the following regulations shall govern the 
movements of certain animals and other certain products fran, 
into, or from place to place within said quarantined area. 

(a) jl'ae driving or transporting of oattle, sheep, 
other ruminants and awine from, into or from place to place 



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witnin thooe oortiond of I'uoluDme and — uriooda Coiaitiea 
lying within the otanialaua l.utional .''oreat aouth of the n:iiddle 
foric of tne jtar.islaus .:iver is hereby prohibited unleaa a 
written permit has first been obtained from a duly authorized 
inspector and in accordance with the provisions thereof, 

(b) The carrying or transporting of anL-:jal hides, hair, 
bones or wool, hay or straw, from those portions of Tuolumne 
and ij.arip03a Goimtiea lying within the otanislaua Lational 
^^orest south of the middle fork of the otanislaus .-liTer 
is hereoy prohibited unless a written permit is first 
obtained from a duly authorized inspector and in accordance 
with the orovisions thereof. 

i.OiV, Ti£:c:j-?OK^, I, i, H. Heclce, as Jirector of .igriijulture 
of the ^tate of Jalifomia, by virtue of the authority vested 
in me by la\';, do hereby projlaim these quarantine regulations 
to be legal and binding regulations within the said quaran- 
tined areas of the otate of California; and I do fxirther pro- 
claim that ^aid regul^itions shall be ..laintained and enforced 
within said areas ixnd that a violation thereof shall subject 
any and all persons so violating any of seid regulations to 
the penalties orovided for in section six of "hat said act 
of the Legislature of the jtate of California entitled, " :ai 
act to aaend section six of an act entitled "An act to protect 
domestic livestocic fron contatrious and infectious diseases, 
to prescribe the duties of officials to carry into effect the 
provisions of this act, to provide for the appointment of a 
veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to protect 
domestic livestock from contagious and infectious diseases. 



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to provide for the appointment and duties of official d to 
carry into effect the orovisiona of this act. and to provide 
an appropriation therefor.' approved .larch 18, 1699. as 
a.'.ended." approved June 3. 1921. and to add two new sections 
to be numbered four a and seven respectively, relating to the 
control and eradication of certain destructive infectious 
diseases of animals v/nenever discovered in this state; pro- 
viding? for the oa;,'ment for animals and property- destroyed 
in order to suppress certain destructive infectious diseases; 
providing for penalties for violation of the provisions of 
this act. and declaring the urgency of said act, approved 
i^ay 22, 1926." 

IH ..ITH^do ..Hvp^O?, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the oeal of this .department to be hereunto affixed 
this j'irst day of January. ... D. , 1926. 



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TOL \a, it 18 a faot that o it rue »hlt« fly ( Dialeur''de8 
oltrl Aaiin.) Is k.i."\Yn t'" axlat: in a ot-rtaln p'^rti^nTT iKe 
^tate fsf 3allf-«rnli, hf-rr Inul't' r deaorlbed, and tht- I'tot h«« 
bp9n de "mined by the DlrsotT r^t "fTioultu c "f the otat* 
'^i C'illf'^rni'i up-^n oureful inveBtlguti^n and eurvey thot 
eitrxis white fly d-ra exist in a cortK . district in the 
;jtate "t CsiifTiiia, t-orainarter daauribcd, and 

.'1 R"."d, t:io faot haa been eat .blijiird t);' t auid 
oJtru3 '. 1 tp fly o-^r.nt Itut'B -i nfnnofl t- th»' oltru.-. 5 duatry 
f^t the otrite '^t Jillf'^ir.li, ^id that trila auli upeuit a nf oitrus 
white fly Is ;:n'^.m t- be deatruutivi t'^ oitrui uad "-.hcT cer- 
tain pl'irts u -^n which 8>iid oitruj ..Kite fly is *.n«v,n t« feed, 
and 

'H"r:'A3, t'n prosenoe "f aaid citrua vihitt fly )i»a en- 
pnp'j'd tv e -ittcntl-in of the tatc l.^^i -slaturt , oauainp aaid 
•4-epl3la lure t" pr^vid- f^r th^ destriiut i^r. ri any una ill 
cJtruB v»hlte flics, their eggs, larref -^r puj)«e in dny dis- 
trict wh'^re aaae are nr nay bi^ f-und, and 

.4 i .Vij, in ^rdcr t" deatr'^y thlo said oi ^ruj »^hit« fly 
within th'it oertiin aietrict titiruin.rt r doycribed, it beomee 
neoeaaary tn doatrny nr ntherwiso treat such h'>8t pi eta whioh 
are infe-stcd *itii oitruj .Aite fly nr abioa thuie is reaa^nable 
oa.^e ;'< proauno ^ro Infoattid »iiu uitrua wi.itu fly; 



M^Vi, T;i ... .P" .'., I, G. .H. U'.Ci?:, Director <^ the Depa.tBcnt 
«f griculture -^f the jitatt. nf alitTni , under said by virtue 
f\t an act tf the i.ugi8lature '>t the Jtatu nf California, en- 
titled, V-.n act t" ^.r^viie f'>r Itj f-r udic itior f^i ci urua vihite 
fly in California by iirnriding f'^r tr.c eatublishnont by proo- 
IftTBBti^n of uitrua ur.ite iVj dltctrieta. dtola: in^ certain plants 
within such citrua hit€' fly dietrloto t" be a , ublic nuisanoo; 
pr- iding for thr iestruotion or treatment oi auch h^at planti, 
definlnt the powers and duties of th rl:•cot'^r ^'S t-n^ dtpurt- 
■ent of arriti'ilturfc und of th« county n^rt ic ul tuj r (.onmls- 
sloners in rrlt ti-^n to tiie -.i "viaions of this fcct, and making 
an appropriation for thf" enforoemcnt of this act", ^p rorcd 
May 23, 1926, othcr.vlee desifnattjd as ; apter 474, ^tututtg 
of 192£;, 1«, by thici i ♦oci ^mation , fiereby procluir and declare 
that citrus whlfej fly is Ln^wn to exist und does exist in that 
P'^rti'^n of the Jtr.tc of Culli-rniii which is on this dita in- 
cluded i/» tiia 5f iciU city limits nf the City of ^aoramnto, 
itate «f ^4l^fornia, and that saU portion of the itate of 



California which !■ nn this date included in the cflioial oity 
li«it8 Af said City rtf Bacranento, t« be a citrus white fly 
district. 

IN "IM'.iiiJ .a iir.i^P, 1 have hereunto set my hand and 
cansed^the aeal "f this ^enantment t'> bo heroimt^ affixed 

th<^ -^ 36^.r-.*^^.x j^A^/A*<A4^. . D. 19ii6. 



Attest 




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SACRAUSNTO 



MMEKPHSMf 10. 6 TO QUA-RAHTIIIg ORIWR 10. 86 
PertnJnlnp to dwe©t Potato VTeerll . 



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?he ff^ct harlnjr been d0t«raln«d \ij -Qx* 
Director of A.grio.lbure ti.-ii, the ewtst potato waerll 
'SZi.**! forrnlo^^rlus. yub.) does nob exlet In the 
oovuntTes or ^ike ^j.--i iraite, state of Mississippi , 
CuErantlne Ord r Tu. 35 la Vereby a-^endsd to permit 
the sntr^ into t> s st^.tf of 'JaUfornla of all aneet po- 
tato tubers (Irowota bntatas) and narts thoreof swoot 
potato pl*ntr, Tin«T. oi-iTTrnps, ?raws i, d slips,* and 
mornlnf priories (Ipo mpsa aty' aj nvol yulue sp.) lAd yams 
i^iofooraA sp.) rrown. TTic^tan •i'TTTforecT ir v,^■^ oountias 
orTTfce ^ni .vT.it3. vl.U-- .^f :'L36l6:sl:,oi, ?i.tJ3C5t to 
the prcvisjom' of >ep-alatlon 2 of ' u .rantins '^rder 
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''aar'intine Order 'o. 2f le arende*^ «"300rdln^y. 

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



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G H HBCKE. DIRBCTOR 
SACRAMENTO 

iiiAUWSLl7 HO. 11 TO QUiJlAKTIH^ OHDBR HO. 54 
Perta'inlnr to n.lf*lf-- V.eevil 

The f'lot has been determined by the Director of 
AgrlcLii ture thut the slfilf:- tieeyil ( Phytonocus poiitlotta . 
ayll.), e:d.p^B i: V..-i Oounty of •'Inor'Al, 3t te of Heraaa. 

KO', "?HiHS?O^E, It is deolarefl neoeeaary, in 
order to further yrerent the introdaotion of the alfalfa 
weeyll in'^o the otnte of O-ili fomifi, that all of the pro- 
Tieions and req'iireirente set forth in Quarantine Order 
Mo. Z4 be ..ereby z-ide to ^pply "^nd lo '^ply urtil further 
ordare to all iJ- rts of th'A torrltjr:.- knovr -iB the (Jounty of 
Mineral, dtte of i!ev.-.d '-, in -iddition to -rd including the 
•tatea >md countioB et forth 1v. Quarantine Order Ho. Z4. 

nuirantine Order ffo. ^^ Is imended aooordinirly. 




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SPECIAL ELiiGTIOII PHOCyiMTIOK 
I, Friend Im, xiichcjrdson, jovarnor of the Stats of 
California, do hereby proclaim ana order that a special 
election shall be held on the blst day of August, 1S26, in 
the Second Oongressioaal District of this State, to fill the 
vacancy caused by the death of John E. >^er in the office 
of Representative to the Congress of the United States from 
the Second Congressional District of this state, for the 
unexpired portion of the term thereof, co:.miencing liarch 4, 
1925. 

AID I DO HxHilBY offer a rovrard of one hundred dollars 

for the arrast and conviction of any and averj' person violat- 
ing any of the provisions of title foiir, part one, of the 
Penal Code; such rewards to be paid until the total aajount 
hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sura of ten 

thousand dollars* 

In 7?itness ',T:iereof, I have 

hereunto set nj hand and caused 

the Oreat Seal of the State of 

California to be affixed this 




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(«FatCci\ttiic Pe^nartmcttt 

^Uxte of California 

SPECIAL ZaiJCXlOi; PROGLALITIOII 
I, Friend Im, Richardson, j-ovemor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim and order that a special 
election shall bo held on the 31st day of August, li/^6, in 
the Fifth Oongressional District of this 3t£.te, to fill the 
vacancy caused by the death of Lavrrence J. Flaherty in the 
office of Representative to the Congress of the United 
States from the Fifth Uongrsssional District of this State, 
for the unexpired portion of the term thereof, c 0!:]iiencing 

Llarch 4, 1925. 

Al.'D I HZiiiiSY offer a reward of one h^oimred dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of any and every parson violatir^ 

any of the provisions of title four, part one, of the Psnal 
Code; such ro'.vards to be paid until thj total -laount here- 
after expended for the purpose reaches the suli of ten 






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In T^itness Viliereof, I have 
hereunto set my hand :.nd caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
^th day of July, 1£26. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



BURIAU Of PLAMT SUARAHTUII 

AKD PIST CONTROL 

W C JAC0B3EN CHIBF 



G H HECKE, D:rkCTOK 
SACRAMENTO 



AUEKDEL.NT NO. 12 TO QUnKJU'II^E J:^Ltii HO. M 
Fertalnlnc to ..Ifnlfa .'.•evil 



Until Maroh 1, 1927, that portion of th» 
County of Lyon, State of Nov&de, lyln^; south of thm 
northei<n boundazv of townanip thirteen north, and 
vest of the eaotem boundaiv of ranje twenty-four 
east, and known us the Stalth Vall.y la exempt froa 
the provlaiona of ' uerantine order : 3, 34, provided 
that any and all shipmenta uf oomxxiltles quar- 
antined a ulnat by '..uaruntlno jrder iio. 34 and offered 
for entry into Jallfornla from that •)ortlon of the 
County of i.yon, '"tate of lievada, lyln^; south of the 
nortaem boundaxv of townslvlp thirteen north^snd 
went of :;he oantorn boundary of rnn^-e t*onty-four 
e'\stf end Icnovn as the Siolth \ txlley rnust be ao« 
OcMar-anled by 0. oertlfioato signud by the £tate quar- 
antine Officer of Nevada or by a duly authorised 
dOj^uty of the : tnte ^^uarantlne -jffioer of Nevada, 
settin forth the oju^ot locality vlicre tloe cociiodity 
VQS rown, v.hore stored If scored, the nano and 
address of the produoer, the r.aTie und address of Uie 
•iilppor and the naae and address of the person or 
firm In California to vmoc ulie oonKodlty is oorslgned* 
A copy of each certificate si^iall be .^iled in ad- 
vance of shipmont to the tlrector o£ ..grloaiture, 
Saox^E r.to, Gallfoxrila, 

(quarantine Or>der llo» 54 Is amended ^iTCordlcgly 




Dli^ctor of .,t:rioaiture' 



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Oi THE STATE OF CALIFOBNIA 

OCT \ - K'26 



lElFcttatt J^rnrlamation 



i^tr of (talifarnUi 



I, FRIEND WM. BICHABDSON, Governor of the State of Califoniia, do hereby proclaim that a 
General Eleetiou will be held throughout this State on TUESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER, 

1926, at which the following ofBees are to be tilled: 

United States Senator; 

Representative to the Congress of the United States from each of the eleven congressional districts 

of the State; 
Governor ; 

Lieutenant Governor; 
Secretary of State; 
Controller ; 
Treasurer ; 
Attorney General; 
Surveyor General; 

Member of the State Board of Equalization from each df the four equalization districts of the State; 
Superintendent of Public Instruction; 
State Senator from each of tlie following twenty senatorial districts of the State: Second, Fourth, 

Sixth, Eighth, Tenth, Twelfth, Fourteenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-second, 

Twenty-fourth, Twenty-sixth, Twenty -eighth. Thirtieth, Thirty-second, Thirty-fourth, Thirty-sixth, 

Thirty -eighth, Fortieth; 
Member of the Assembly from each of the eighty assembly districts of the State; 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (full term). 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (unexi)ired term ending January 3, 1927. "Vacancy caused by 

the resignation of Louis W. Myers} ; 
Two Associate Justices of the Supreme Court (full term); 

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (unexpired term ending January 5, 19:51. Vacancy caused 
by tlie death of Thomas J. Leniion) ; 

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused 
by the deatli of Wm. P. Lawlor ) ; 

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused 

by tile resignation of ^Vm. 11. Waste i ; 

Presiding Justice, District Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division One (full term) ; 
Associate Justice, District Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division One (unexpired term 

ending January ■'J. r.t'U. Vaeancy i-aused by tlif resignation of J. W. Curtis); 
Associate Justice, District Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District (full term) ; 
Judges of the Superior Court in each of the following respective counties of the State, the number of 

judges to be elected and the terms thereof being specified as follows: 
Alameda (three — full term), and (one unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused by 

the death of George E. Samuels) ; 
Alpine (one — full term) ; 
Amador (one — full term); 
Butte (one — full term); 
Calaveras (one — full term) ; 
Colusa ^one — full term); 
Contra Costa (two — full term); 
Del Norte (one— full term) ; 
El Dorado (one — full term> : 



Fresno (one unexpired term eiuling January 7, 1!)29. Vacancy caused by the resignation of J. E. 

Woolley) ; 
Humboldt (twii — full term"), and (one unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused by 

tlie deatli of George D. Murray); 
Imperial (two — full term) ; 
Inyo (one — full term) ; 
Kern (two — full term) ; 
Lake (one — full term) ; 
Lassen (one — full term) ; 
Los Angeles (ten— full term), and (one unexpired term ending January 5. 1931. Vacancy caused by 

resignation of L. II. \'alentine. One unexpired term ending January 5, 1931. Vacancy caused 

by resignation of John M. York. One unexpired term ending January 7, 1929. Vacancy caused 

by resignation of John Perry Wood) ; 
Marin (one — full term) ; 
Mariposa (one — full term); 
Mendocino (one — full term) ; 
Merced (one — full term) 
Modoc (one — full term) ■ 
Mono (one — full term) ; 
Monterey (one — full term); 
Napa I r>ne — full term); 
Nevada (one — full term), and (one unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused by 

resignation of George L. Jones) ; 
Orange (two— full termi, and (one unexpired term ending January 3. 1927. Vacancy caused by 

resignation of It. Y. Williams. One unexpired term ending January 5, 1931. Vacancy caused 

by resignation of F. C. Drumm) ; 
Placer (one — full term) ; 
Plumas (one — full term) ; 
Sacramento (tliree — full term) ; 
San Benito (one — full term); 
San Bernardino (one — full term) ; 
San Diego (three — full term); 
San Francisco (eight — full term) ; 
San Joaquin (two — full term); 
San Luis Obispo lone — full term) ; 
San Mateo (one — full term); 
Santa Barbara (one — full term); 
Santa Clara (two — full term); 
Santa Cruz (one — full term) ; 
Sierra (one — full term); 
SiskiyoQ (one — full term) ; 
Solano (one — full term) ; 
Sonoma (two full terra) ; 
Stanislaus (one — full term) ; 
Sutter (one — full term); 
Tehama (one — full term); 
Trinity (one— full term) ; 

Tulare (one unexpired term ending January 7, 1929. Vacancy caused by the death of W. B. Wallace) ; 
Tuolumne (one — full term); 
Ventura (one — full term); 
Yolo (one — f\ill term); 
Yuba (one — full term), 

the regular terms and the unexpired terms thereof being such as are prescribed by the Consti- 
tution and Laws of this State. 



Also, such other state and county, township, district, or other offices as are provided by law to be 
filled at sueli eleotiou. 

I also proclai'u.that at said election there will be submitted to the vote of the electors the following 
act and resolution of the Legislature providing for the issuance of bonds of the State of California for the 
purposes therein specified : 

VETERANS' WELFARE BOND ACT OF 1925. 

An act authorizing the creation of a debt or debts, liability or liabilities, through the issuance and 
sale of state bonds, for the single object of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for 
veterans in accordance with the provisions of the veterans' farm and home purchase act, approved 
May 30, 1921, and of any and all acts amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto; creating a 
veterans' welfare finance committee; defining the powers and duties of said committee and of 
the veterans welfare boaril and other state offices in respect to the administration of the provi- 
sions hereof; jjroviding ways and means, exclusive of loans, for the payment of the interest 
of such debt or debts, liability or liabilities, as such interest falls due, and also for the payment 
and discharge of the iirineipal of such debt or debts, liability or liabilities, as such principal 
matures; appropriating money for the expense of preparing and of advertising the sale of bonds 
therein authorized to be issued; and providing for the submission of this act to a vote of the 
people at the general election to be held in the month of November, one thousand nine hundred 
twenty-six. 

BONDS FOR STATE BUILDINGS AND UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS 

A resolution to projiose to the people of tlie State of California an amendment to the constitution 
of said state, by adding to article sixteen thereof a new section to be numbered four, authoriz- 
ing the issuance and sale of eight thousand five hundred bonds of the State of California in the 
denomination of one thousand dollars each, authorizing the disjiosition of the proceeds of the 
sale of said bonds for certain purposes, and approving, adopting, legalizing, validating and 
making fully and completely elTective the California state buildings and state university build- 
ings bonds act of 1925 as passed by the senate and assembly at the forty-sixth session of the 
legislature and approved by the governor. 



I further proclaim that at said election there will also be submitted to the vote of the electors such 
proposed constitutional amendments, questions, propositions, initiative and referendum measures as are 
required to be so submitted by the Constitution and Laws of this State. 

And 1 do hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of any and 
ever.v person violating any of the provisions of title four, part one of the Penal Code; such rewards to 
be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand^^Uars. 

In Witxeiss Whereof. TT have hereunto set my handed caused 
the Great Seal o^»fie State to W affixed. UmS first ^ay of 
October, ^^-2J^J^^,^J^W^/l^ 

FRIEND WM. RICHARDSON, 

Governor 

Attest : FRANK C. JORDAN, 

Secretary of State 

By Frank H. Cory, 
Deputy 




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*tatr of (California 



I, FRIEND WM. RICHARDSON, Governor of the State of California, do horrby prnelaim that a 
Geiipral' Election will be lu-ld throughout this State on TUESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER, 
1926, at which the following ofiBces are to be filled: 

United States Senator; 

Representative to the Congress of the United States from each of the eleven congressional districts 

of the State; 
Governor ; 

Lieutenant Governor; 
Secretary of State; 
Controller ; 
Treasurer ; 
Attorney General; 
Surveyor General; 

Member of the State Board of Equalization from each of the four equalization districts of the State; 
Superintendent of Public Instruction; 
State Senator t'roia m^h of tin' fnllowinsr twenty senatorial districts of the State: Second, Fourth, 

Sixth, Eighth, Tenth, Twelfth, Fourteenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-second, 

Twenty-fourth, Twenty-sixth, Twenty-eighth, Thirtieth, Thirty -second, Thirty-fourth, Thirty-sixth, 

Thirty -eighth, Fortieth; 
Member of the Assembly from each of the eighty assembly districts of the State; 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (full term). 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused by 

the ri'siiTiiatiiin of Lmiis \V. Jlyorsi : 
Two Associate Justices of the Supreme Court (full term); 
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (unexpired term ending January 5, 1931. Vacancy caused 

by the ilei.ih of Thoniiis J. Lennoiij ; 
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused 

by the death of Wm. P. Lawlor) ; 
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court f unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused 



K Aq«?nciat^''feTi'cT'bistri8't^boW''6f Anneal, Fir St Apoellale district, I)iv,l, 

f\, ^\^^^^°°i»fe5ilingfusLe:D^Wct^dourt of iCppealT^ectfntl Appellate DistriSf. Division One full term)I?Tilj 



Associate Justice, District Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division One (unexpired term 
•■iKJin^ .Jiiniiiiry ."). lit^Jl. Vacaniy ciiused by the nsijrnation of J. W. Curtis); 

Associate Justice, District Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District (full term) ; 

Judges of the Superior Court in each of the following resix-ctive counties of the State, the number of 
judges to be elected an<l the terms thereof being specified as follows: 

Alameda (three — full term), and (one unexpired term ending January 3, 1927. Vacancy caused by 
the death of George E. Samuels) ; 

Alpine tone — full term); 

Amador (one — full term) ; 

Butte (one — full term); 

Calaveras (one — full term) ; 

Colusa one — full term i ; 

Contra Costa two — full term): 

Del Norte (one — full term) ; 

£1 Dorado i one — full term ) ; 




Fresno lont' luu-xpiroil tcriii fiuling January 7. 1929. Vacancy caused by the resignation of J. E. 

\V,.,>lley.l; 
Humboldt (two — full termt. ami (one unexpired term ending January ,i, 1927. Vacancy caused by 

the lieath of (ienrijc 1). Murray); 
Imperial (two — full term); 
Inyo (one — full term) ; 
Kern (two — full term); 
Lake (one — full term); 
Lassen (one— full term); 
Los Angeles (ten— full term), and (one unexpired term ending January .'i. l'.»;;l. Vacancy caused by 

resignation of L. Jl. \'alcntine. One unexpired term ending January 5, I'Jltl. Vacancy caused 

by resignation of Jdhn M. York. One unexpired term ending January 7, llt2U. Vacancy caused 

by resignation of Jolin Perry Wood) ; 
Marin (one — full term) ; 
Mariposa ^one — full term); 
Mendocino i one — full term); 
Merced (one — full term) 
Modoc (uuf — full term) 
Mono (one — full term) ; 
Monterey (on( — full term); 
Napa Mine — full term); 
Nevada (one — full termi, and (one unexpired term ending January 3. 1927. Vacancy caused by 

resignation of George L. Jones) ; 
Orange (two— full term), and (one unexpired term ending January ;i. I'.i27. Vacancy caused by 

resignation of li. Y. Williams. One unexpired term ending January 5. I'J.Jl. Vacancy caused 

by resignation of F. C. Drumm) ; 
Placer (one — full term; ; 
Plumas (one- full term); 
Sacramento (three — full term); 
San Benito (one — full term); 
San Bernardino (one — full term) ; 
San Diego i.three — full term); 
San Francisco (eight — full term) ; 
San Joaquin (two — full term); 
San Luis Obispo (one — full term); 
San Mateo (one — full term) ; 
Santa Barbara (one — full term) ; 
Santa Clara (two — full term); 
Santa Cruz (one — full term); 
Sierra (one — full term); 
Siskiyou (one— full term); 
Solano (one — full term); 
Sonoma (two full term); 
Stanislaus lom — full term); 
Sutter (one — full term); 
Tehama (one — full term); 
Trinity (one— full term) ; 

Tulare lone unexpired term ending January 7. 1029. Vacancy caused by the death of "W. B. Wallace) ; 
Tuolumne (om — full term); 
Ventura (one— full term); 
Tolo ( one — full term ) ; 
Tuba (one — full term>. 

the regtilar terms and the unexpired terms thereof being such as are prescribed by the Consti- 
tution and Laws of this State. 



Also, such otlicr state and county, township, district, or other offices as are provided by law to be 

filk'il at >ucli cliH'tiim. 

I also iiroelaiin tluit at said eli'Ction there will he submitted to the vote of the electors the fnllowing 
act and resdlution of the Lej^islature i>roviding for tile issuance of bonds of the State of California for tiie 
purposes tlierein specified : 

VETERANS' WELFARE BOND ACT OF 1925. 

An act authorizing the creation of a debt or debts, liability or liabilities, throuph the issuance and 
sale of state bonds, for the single object of ereatin<r a fund to provide farm and home aid for 
veterans in accordance with the i)rovisions of tlie veterans' farm and liome pun-hase act, approved 
May 30, 1921. and of any and all acts amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto; creating a 
veterans' welfare finance committee; defining the powers and duties of said committee and of 
the veterans welfare board and other state ofHees in respect to the administration of the provi- 
sions hereof; jiroviding ways and means, exclusive of loans, for the payment of the interest 
of such debt or debts, liabilit.v or liabilities, as sueli interest falls due, and also for the payment 
and discharge of the principal of sucii debt or debts, liability or liabilities, as sueli jirincipal 
matures; approi)riating nioiiey for the expense of jireparing and of advertising tiie sale of bonds 
therein authorizetl to be issued; and providing for the submission of this act to a vote of the 
l)eople at the general election to be held in the month of November, one thousand nine hundred 
twenty-six. 

BONDS FOR STATE BUILDINGS AND UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS 

A resolution to pro))ose to tlie people of the State of California an amendment to the constitution 
of said state, by adding to article sixteen tliereof a new section to be numbered four, authoriz- 
ing the issuance and sale of eight thousand five liundred bonds of the State of California in the 
denomination of one thousand dollars each, authorizing the disposition of the proceeds of the 
sale of said bonds for certain purposes, and approving, adopting, legalizing, validating and 
making fully and eompletel.v effective the I'alifornia state buildings and state university build- 
ings bonds act of 192o as passed by the senate and assembly at the forty-sixth session of the 
legislature and approved by the governor. 

I further i>rocIaim that at said election tliere will also be submitted to the vote of the electors such 
proposed constitutional aniendiuents. ijuestions. j)roi)ositions, initiative and referendum measures as are 
required to be so submitted by the Constitution and Laws of this State. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of any and 

every person violating any of the provisions of title four, part one of the Penal Code; such ro^ards to 

be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

// 
In- Witness WHEREOft", 1 have hereunto set my hand and cau.sed 

the Great .Sea> of the State tar'jbe affixed, this :l^*ft?r of 

October, i9yi. / 







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FRIEND WM RICHARDSON. 



Ooi'crnor 

Attest: FRANK C. JORDAN. 

SicrcUinj of State 

By Frank H. Cokv, 
Deputy 



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or THE STATE OF CALirOBHU 

OCT '14 i92fl 



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Gonv8niii{; the Le{;;islat.ire in, Axtruora i^iary Session. 

yjHZirlAS, an extraordiijiirj occasion has arisen and 
ncft7 exists requiriiig that the Legislature of the State 
of California be convened; now, therefore 

1, ?i'i9n.d iijii. ?.ijhai*dson, jcvernor of the St-te of 
California, by virtue of the pof57er and authority vested 
in me by Section S of -irticle Y of the Constitution of 
the State of Galifornia, do hereuy convene the Legisla- 
tiure of t'lo 3t-.te of Caliiornia tc ..eet -:>! assemble in 
extraordinary session at the State Oa^jitol at Sacrciiaento, 
California, on Friday, the ^1^^^ cf Octol<ir, l?i-5, at the 
hour of 10;30 o*cloc'- a.m., for . .■ollo\7ing jur; ose, 
axd none olhdr: 

j)o adopt the follov;in^ joint resolution cf the 
Senate arid ^sse^^ibly relative to ap Droving; the Colorado 
silver Cc;:ipact; 

"VilliiPviluo, the Le{p.siatures of the it at ec of Ciilifcrnit, 
Colorado, lievada, i'evr ^exico, Utah and l^ojiing heretofore 
h£,v9 approved the Colorado River Cou^mct signed by the 
coLiLiis si oners of the said states i;na t'B State of Jkriaona 
and approved by Herbert Hoover as the P.epreEenl-.tive of 
the Ifcited Sti-tes of Aiaerica, at Santa 79, Hew Lexico, 
Noveiaber 34, 19S2 (Chapter 17 of Concurrent and Joint 
Eesolution^ Statutes .^f ? llf rnia lS"-3), and aotioe of 
the approval by the Legislat'^re of each of said approving 



z. 

C'^xecuttue department 

§trtte of California 

states has been rjivan by the 3-ovGrnor to the f^overnors 
of the othor sirjiiatory statos and lo the President of 
t'r.Q United jtate? as requirod by Article XI of said coio- 
paot; i-ov/, therefore be it 

'^ZZoOl/OD by the Assombly and Senate of the 3tate 
of Oaifornia, Jointly, th't the .revisions of tho first 

arajraph of .u'tiale aI of the Oolorado Tliver Ooi-vact, 
loakir^ said ccupact effective --heii it shall '- ;V9 been ap- 
proved by the Ler^i slut '-ire of e-.oh of the sirnatory estates, 
are hereby v;aived and said cciajpact shall bocoii© binding 
and olli^'itorv uoon the State of Oalifornia and u-on the 
other nisnatory states "/hich hi-ve r..tiiied, ■. r -/ :.Hre- 
after ratify it, "/henev least six of the signatory 

str.tes shall hcve consented thereto and the Coi^^-ress of 
the United 3t„tes sh- 11 h-ve jiver: its consent .Jid ap- 
uroTal; provi^ad, hovreTer, ■h-t this act sb.ali ue of no 
iorce ad of foot -ontil a si;:iilar act or resolatioa shall 
h ve Iqov. nussed or adopted by the Lejisl^-tures of the 
states of Vtyoming, Colorado, Ilevada, i:e\7 L'exicc, and Utah 
and the President of ihe United itater by public .recla- 
mation shall have so declared; aiid be it further 

"H330LT:ZD th..t Assembly Joint Resolution ITo. 15 pass- 
ed by the Lc-isi -ture of liZu (-..^^^.r 2B, Ooncurrent a:id 
Joint aesolutiom 3tatute^■ : ir..:', ^- _ y and ail 
other acts or resolutions inconsistent 'ierevdth be and 
the-^ are herebv re. sealed and rescinded; and te it 
farther 




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©atecixtixie 5^Pt^^^t«it*«t 



;&tatf of Califorttlrt 

'UZ30L7ZD that this act shall take effect -.:id he 
in force from and after its passa^je." 

In "'itr-'^ss Tn^areoi I h^-ve 
here'oiito set lay hand and caused 
to be affixed thereto trie Oreat 
Seal of tha State of California 
at Saoraiiento thish _litjuiay of 
October, IS^i^'. X 



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PHOGLAi-ATIOl; 



In accordance T7ith custom an.^. the proclaLiation 
of the President of the United itates, and by the 
authority given liie by Section 10 of the Political 
Code of California, I, FIlIlIIiD 7L.. RICHAISSOII, 
Governor of the State of Oaiiiornia, do hereby de- 
clare Ilvorsday, the 2oth day of Kovenber, 19C5, a 
le<-al holiday and day of thanksgiving and prayer. 

V/itness uy liaiiJ ar.d the jrei-t Seal of the 
State this 16th day of IToveLiber, IrCG. / 




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StUxie ot(Citlifc»x-nia 



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I, FrtlZliD IJn, -;IJ.-wJoOi., Governor of Ouiii'urnia, 
do hereby proclaim and omer that a svocial election 
shall 03 held on the 34th day of ?ebriu.ry, 1^«7, in 
the oeventy-SGvanth Assembly District of this otute 
to fill the vacancy in the office of Laubar cf the 
Assembly from said Seventy-seventh i'jBseably District, 
caused by the death of Assedblyman Alfred 0. uarrLj^ 

AID I X •'.CiZBY off or a re'^ard of Cne Hundred 
(100) Dolxars lor the arrest and conviction of any 
and every parson violating any of tha provisions of 
Title lY, ?-.rt I, cf the Penal Oode; such rewards to be 
paid until tho total uijciUit liereafter ax^iended for the 
purpose reaches the sura of Ten 'Thousand (10,000) 



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hereuiito ret Liy hand and 
caused the j-raat Seal cf the 
St-te of Galifomia tc be 
afii-^ad this ^7th day of 
or, 19-. -3. 



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©xccixttue 5epavtmcnt 

PiiOCLAikA'iMON 
Of fassage ot Veterana' Vieifare iiond 
Act of 192o. 



Whereas, there was submitted to the voters of this 
State at the ^neral Election held in the State of Oali- 
fomia on Nove • 2, 1926, a proposed law, being 



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thorizin^ the creation of a debt or 



iwDts. liability or liabilities, through 
the issuance and sale of state boxias, 



An a-" 

the issuance and sale of state boxias, lor 
the sin/^ie object of creating a fund to 
provide farm and home aid i9r veterans 
in accordance with th« provisions oi ttie 
veterans' farm and home purchase act, ap- 
oroved i-iay 30, 1921, and of any. and all 
acts amendadory thereof or supplemental 
thereto; creating a veterans* welfare 
finance committee; ae lining toe powers 
and duties of said committee anu ol tne 
veterans welfare board and other state 
offices in respect to the administra-;- 
tion of the provisions hereof; providing 
ways ana iiieans, exclusive of loans, tor 
the oaviaent of the interest of such debt 
or debts, liability or liabilities, as 
such interest falls du«. and also for the 
payment and discharge, of the principal of 
such debt or debts, liability of liabili- 
ties, as such orincipal matures; appro- 
priating money* for the expense of orepar- 



priating money . . ^ 
ing ana of advertising 
bonds herein authoizea 



ing^ano^oradveftislni: tiie sale of 



Donas aex'uxu ououux^w^* to oe issuea, '^ 
oroviding for the submission ot this act 
\o a vote of the people at the general 
election to be held m the montn of 
iioveiaber, one thousand nine hundred 
twenty-six;" and 

Whereas, the votes cast for and against said act 
have been counted, returned and canvassed and it ^ pears 
from a certificate made by tde Secretary of State on 



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2. 

5trttc of (Crtltfox-ntrt 

December 10, 1526, that there were cast tor said act, 
knoim and cited as "Veterans* Welfare Bond Act of 192i)", 
705,398 votes and there were cast against said act, 

219,230 votes; 

Now, therefore, I. FRIEND WM. lilOHAnDSCS^, OOYSBNOR 
of the ^ATB of CALIFCRNIA, in pursuance of the provisions 
of Section 16 of said act. do hereby proclaim and declare 
that at the Oeneral Election held on November 2, 1926, 
the said Veterans* Welfare iiond Act of 1925 received a 
majority of all the votes cast for and against it at the 
said election, and that the same was legally approved and 
adopted and has the effect as in said act provided; and 

I further proclaim and declare that the said 
Veterans* Welfare Bond Act of 1925 shall be and is irre- 
pealable until the principal and interest of the liabili- 
ties therein created shall be paid and discharged. 

In Witness Whereof, I have 
hereunto set my hana and 
caused the Great oeal of the 
State to be afiixed^ this 

jiay of December, 1926. 



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Governor of California, 



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Secretary of State. 

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OF TEE BTATi: 0: il-iiOiiiiia 



bcC 3 1926 

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C«:3tccittttie Il^Pi'i^tntent 



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'iO the Jti-te re.-s.irer 
Uiider "ection 7, Yaterans' 'elf:^.re 
Bond '-.ct oi l.-::iQa. 

To :ionoratie Cliarles '. Johnson, :AcXq .roasurar: 

THiereas, an ret, linovrn anJ desi'"^:ir-ted as the 
""veterans' 'eifare Bond Vet of IS^^u", vids 'luly and regu- 
larly adopted and approved nt the General "lection hald 
in this - t'.te on novenber 2, 19:o6, and said -ict is now 
in full force c-nc' effect; and 

"lierei^s, t' q Vsterans' iiii.re finance Oor^ittee, 
as in said act jroviued, v. id, on Ilovsruisr 17, 19^6, didy 
adont a rocolution authoriniixi: and direct inrr the ^tate 
ii'o.-ursr to r3.are :J,K)0 one thousand (ClOOO.OO) dollar 
boiids of fab ci^-,;:regat8 par value of t-vc 'billion five hun- 
dred thousand (C2, ^0,000 ,00) dollars; and 

rnereas, f.-O Veterans' '.".'alfare Board rt its rotTu- 
lar neetiiig held on -a^o^.w-.r xJ, 1925, re^larly adopted 
a resolution recuestiiig the Teterans' elf are I'inance Zowr 
ait tee to authorize the isruanoe aod sale of bonds of the 
aggregate /^r value of tv/o oiilion five hundred tho'usaad 
($2,50*0,000,00) doiio-rs; and 

'.Thereas, the said Voterans' V'eliaro Piiianoe Ooa- 
aittee, upon excuni nation, approved the plans and projects 
of the said Veterans' 'Veifrure Board anil deteminod the 
necessity and derirability for tlia isc-oanOQ of lo:.us of 



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.v.'o liiiiiiou five baridrad tUoasand 



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'•■'.'ro^fj, the Vatenvif* "elf' 
'^fOteimor, to direo'i^ 



, ^ : t2 ""roas irar, to sail at 



pubiio auction Tstoruufi' ;elfr.. 



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, -'ooy u : ;rov9 t.ia said reao- 

.ararsR' e if sure risoari, f/hich is at- 

I tho .OLvi' -iS' .iii-i*i --C;ii 'it 

• ;, . t3 Trsafuror, on 
, -Dil at pubiio auction to the 
•,.•■^^■. ^..-1 ./If'. * ' ', IT*' n'.ons 



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jroviSAoaa oi jscu 

oi , -•@bv dii"; 

oi said boiKi aot, .otoi'. -iiu'u : Tj-.. u ic to 

ti7o.ity-i"iV9 Ij^iL.nd, boih liiciusiva, o- . . / j oi 

one thou:- .nd ( i . . ", , . rtt-ate 

'•-r V -.-.e v^ <, .•■• ..... iirvlrt^i thcua uid , . , !)•>-'} 

froR the sale of :3^uc!i n'xid bonds shall be not loss than 
the a.i;»jrerat9 .,ar valao l. oreof, olufi intorort \7hich has 



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OUxte uftfalifoviua 

accrued therson UQUeen the dato of sale and the last 
precedinc; interest liiaturity dale; and such proceads from 
tl.e sale of s^id bonds sliali be placed in the Vetoruns' 
Fara ...ul .'.oue Z\ii^~inc; Fund as provided in said Voter.:.as» 
'.Velfaro Finance Committee resolution and by the reoolur 
tion of tliG Veterans' ..elf^ure Board hereinabove referred 



to. 



Attest: 







In witness '.'hereof , I have 
hereunto set ay Uaai and 
caa?.ed the Great 'Jeal of the 
State to be affixed, this 
30th a :^ of C^aber, 19-o. 



( (jr. /! c f /v ^. . ^ < ^. <-■ ' ' '^ 
Oovemor of CalL o^-nla. 



secretary of jtate. 



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PILED 

Ib At OfRoa ef tin 9«o|etai7 of 8M» 
OF TSE STATE OP CALIFO&SIA. 

JAM 2 C 1927 
FR.^«6-€. JOR 




DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



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G H, HKCKE DIKKCTOH 
SACRAMENTO 



Quarantine Order Ho. l. (New Series) 
( Ith recuiationa) 

Pertaining to Citrus Canker 

VVLmE^'.S, The faot has been determined by the Director 
of Agriculture that a danf^erous disease of citrus plants and citrus fruits 
known as citrus canker (laeudoraonas oitrl , Hasse}* not known to occur In 
California, exists in several states or the United States and that cltrui 
plants and parts thereof and citrus fruits are liable to be carriers of 
■aid disease into the State of California. 

NOW, THatEi^ORE, It Is declared neoessarj, in order to 
prevent the introduction of said citrus canker into the State of CalifDrnia, 
that a quarantine be, and the same is hereby established at the boundaries 
Of the State of California, in aocordanoe r<lth Section 2519b of the 
Political Code of the State of California against said citrus canker, all 
varieties of cltr\u frvdts, and citrus plants and parts thereof. Including 
buds and scions and citrus seeds imported, shipped oi brought from any 
state or territory of the United States other than the State of Arizona; 
and no svwh citrus fr^llta or citrus plants or parts thereof or citrus seeds 
■hall be pe.Tiitted to pass over the said quarantine lines so hereby es- 
tablished and proclained, except under and subject to the following ref^u- 
latlons: 

Regulation 1, Citrus seeds may be imported Into the State of Cal- 
ifornia onl:/ when a permit has been Issued b" the Director of /.priculture. 
Persons oontemplatinp the importing or brlnglnf into the State of Cal- 
ifornia of citrus seeds shall first make application to the Director of 
Agriculture for a penult to do so, stating in the application the rame 
and address of the exporter, the locality r.here the citrus seeds were 
grown, the nroount of the importation, the terminal point of delivery, 
and the name and address of the Importer in the State of Gallfornla to 
whom the permit should be aent. Pennits Issued by the Director of Aprieul- 
tux*e shall specify the tx^-.traent which shall be given citrus seeds as a 
condition of entry of seeds for which pei .-nit is requested. 

Regulation 2. All shipments of citrus seeds udnls ible under tiie 
foregoinG regulation r.oist be lieid ay tiie corai.ion carrier amenta at point 
of destination and .<ot delivered to consignee or agent until released 
by the Director of Acrlculturo, his deputy or deputies, or by a d.ily 
authorized state (juairaritine guardian. 

Regulation 5. Any and all shipnents of citrus fruits and citrus 
plants and parts txereof. Including auds, scions and seeds, except as 
provided for in Regulftion 1, arrivinc in Cailfomla fran any state 
or territory of ttve United States, other tiian tiie Gtate of ..rlzona, 
shall be inr«dlately sent out of tlie state or destroyed at the option 
and expense of tlie owner or owners, his or ti^ieir responsible agents* 



Repulatlon 4. Any anfl all oiirui rruixi. ciLrni pianx. «r jmr^. 
thereof! Includlnr buda, aolona and seeds. Imported, or In any other 
^nntr brourit or oarrled Into the State of California from any state 
^ Je^Tltory of the United States exeopt the State of >^rirona. 
SLthl^ as ship's stores, dininf oar stores, private oar stores or 
whether as "J^P " '^J i. ♦ ,» ,ont out of the state or destroyed at 
?he'ooilor "S5 ixpensrff the ow"r or owners, hi. or their respons- 
iXJ^ents.su^ disposition to be made under ^^^e •^P«»'^i»V='J^;'^^„^ 
d?iSotion of Jhe Director of Agriculture, his deputy or deputies, or 
a duly authorised state quarantine guardian. 

,io*4«n ^ Autonobilea, autOT.otlle trailers, trucks, and 

r/J rls '^^ 

^i^ultrrr his deputy or deputies, or quarantine guardian of the 
'^SiJ?Jt 0? county into Tjhich such vehicle or baggage, persona 
ittllil erlS^t -Tiovables. household e-'feots. household Imple^nenta, 

•cions and seeds. 

The adniasability into the State of California 

S i^sil^Scns .ow in force or ^nich laay hereafter be promlgated. 

All dei^utiea of tiie Dir ctor of Agriculture and all 
state quarantine gaardlans are hereoy enpowered to carry out a.l taa 
provisicr.s of tills order. 

The foregoing recul^tions do ^^t apply to tleex- 
periner.tB of the United State. Depa: tment of Agriculture li. t:.e otata 
of California. 



Biia order shall take effect imnediately. 



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Director of ..griculture. 



Approved: 



"aovemc^ of th^ St^te of Caliiomia. 



X.mxad: 



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FILED 

hi d» Offloe of the S^wwi? .ij^^ 
or THE STATE OF CALIiUi^ulA 

i-^M 2G 1527 



'state 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



KXK'-UTIVr .)V1'. 



H HECKE DlkKfTOh 
SACRAMENTO 



Quarantine order !:o. 2e (liew ^erles) 
iortalnlnc to Chostnut liark Diseaso. 



WIERIIAP e fact has boon determined by the Director 
of Agrleulturo tl.at a ** "ue ^lant disease Icnovn aa tite o lostnut berk 

disease (i:ndQtiila rjayt. , not known to occur In the rtftte of Galliomla 

exists In sovoi-ul otate*. , tiie United otat^s, aztd tiiat all varieties and 
species of ceatnut and clilnquapln trees (CsstaiMa sp, and Ca8tGJioDsl.s sp.) 
are Uable to jo c&rrlera of tills disease. ffyH<vyw * i k'*i 

liO'", TllF.iii.ffoiG, it Is Joolared :ieeeaaary. In .rder to 
prevent t-ie iutixxiuctlon of the chestnut bark disease ( ^aidotlila Darasltloa) 
Into Uio tato of Csllfomla, fciat a quarantine be, an d fc?o s .le^S, -e"* 
by establlsiied at tlie '>o\indai«loo of tlio :-tate of California, In ncco-'Hianoe 
with the , rovlalons of :;octlon 2319b of tho i^olltleal Code of the : tata 
of California, aralnat 11 troos and plants anU varts tiieroof. Including 
grafts, cut;,l:ica or aolons, of till species azkl varlotles of clioatnut 
and chinquapin (ilMiaiiaa •?• *wi castanopslf sp. ) iaported, ailppod, o» 
broufi^t fro any a.id all states and districts of t e United .tutoe oaat 
of and Includlnc tlie states of Uontana, 'yoolng, Colorudo and : ew I exloo, 
and no treos or rlanta or parts tHoroof , Including grafts, cuttiiirs or 
scions, of a:.y apocles or variety of ciicstnut or ohdjiquapln ( Gaytanna sp. 



and Caatar-ogfllq sp. ) froa the aforo-ientloned area shall be .^urrdttod to 
pass over tie said quarantine lines so ■..ore'jy established and proclalined* 

/oiy and all trees, plants. Grafts, cuttlnce or scions 
of any Sfiocles or variety of oliestnut or chinquapin (Caatanoa sp. and 
CastanoDHia sp.; arrlrlnG In Calif o.-la fror. any atute or district oaot 
of and^-cTmlrr: tJ.e states of I on tana, wycudnf'., Colorado and Low I exlco, 
shall be i«ofuaea adnlttnnoe Into the State of Cailfowila and sijill be 
iBoedlately sent out of tL\c state or destroyed at the optloxi aiid expense 
of the owner or ownera, Itls or t:ielr responsible aoents. 



11 d«pnitles of the Director of ..grl culture end all 
state qiiarantlno G^iairilans are hereby eripowered to enforce (*11 tlie pw>- 
Tislons of t»^lp order. 

The forefioln^ does not apply to tho experlnentc of the 
Unltod ; totos lepnrtiient of ..grloultai^ In the iitate of California. 

mis order shall tako effect lti.,ie41ately. 



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AFPROVEDi 



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biroctor o^ AgrlcvQture 



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Oovemor of t^ie Jtate of Callfoi'nla. 



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FILED 

ii the OfBoe of tLs Secretary of Bts^ 
OP THE STATE OF CALIPOfiUiA 

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

G H HECKE, Director 

SACRAMENTO 



Quftr«ntlnc Order No*4. (I«ev Lerlet) 

Fertalninff to i?:aatem H.lbert blight* 

VHBhRAS, The fact has been determined by the 
Dlreotor of fTlculture that a danicreraua plant disease known as the eastern 
filbert fcllfht (Cr ypt osporella anotnala C Fk. ) Saoo.) new to and not heretofore 
prevalent or diatriDutea in the ttate oi' California exists In several 
states of the United States* and that all varieties and speoles of tba 
cultivated filbert tr«e and the Minerloan wild hazel ( Corylus a^^erlcana ) 
tree are Icnomn to be carriers of this disease; 



Introduction of the eastern filbert bllrht (CiTPtos pore lis 

of California, ttmt & qu^r: ntlno be 



ROti, THi^.£j^iK« It Is declared necessary. In order 
to prevent the 

a noma la (Fk.) Saoo*) Into the Ltate 

and the sane Is here y e8t»bllshed at the boundaries of the State of i^al* 
Ifomla, i'-. aooordanoe with the provisions of S^^otlon 2519b of the iolltlcal 
Code of the State of oallfornls* agelnat all trees* plants, prnttm, cuttings, 
or solons of all species and varieties of the uultlvuted filbert or r.azelnut 
and the . jr^rlaan Klld hesel (Corylus araer loans ) Imported, shipped, or brought 
from any end all states and districts of the United States east of and In- 
cluding the stetes of t^ontana, k'yond.ng, Colorado nnd }>ew Mexico, and no trees, 
plants, grafts, cuttings, or scions of any apeoles or viirloty of oultivsted 
filbert "K* hcirelnut or .onerlcan wild hazel (Corylxis B nerlcana ) shall be 
permitted to fjaa over the said querentlno lines so hereby est.- 1 llshed 
and proclnl 'Pd* 

..ny and all trees, plants, grafts, cuttings, or solons 
of the cultivated illbert or »u»selnut or /.meriof.n wild harel (Corylus 
anerloana ) arriving In California fron any state or district east of' and 
Including the states of Montana, Vryonlnp, Colomdo ond lew Liexloo shall 
be relXJsed adnlttence Into tbe State of Callfornln nnd shell le IrsisdlRtely 
sent out of the state or destroyed at the option and expense of the owner 
or owne:8, lvl« or their resporsible agents. / 11 deputies of the I^lreo^or 
of . grlculti'a e, tnd nil state quarantine guaidlans are hereby empovered 
to enforce rill the provisions of this order. 

This order si^iall take effect Imedlt tely* 



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Director of jji'icultupe 



Approved: 



Governor of the rtate or Caiifomla 



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issued: 



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FILED 

In the Office of the Eecrotery tf F- 
OF THE STATE OF CALIrUii*. 

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



SiXK'"tTnvB O^VICE 



G H HECKE D:PlicrOK 
SACRAMENTO 



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dlitributed 



quarantine Order No. 3 . (New series) 

Pertaining to Oriental Fruit Moth 

!7HSIU:aS, The fact has been determined by tlie Director 
of Agrlcultare that an insect injurious to ^eacli trees and fruit and 
other trees and fiMlt Ic^ovm as the Oriental fruit noth 
uolesta , Buack) new to and not heretofore prevalent or 
In tJie ntato of California exists in the states of i:ew 
Con;-iecticut, Hew Jersey, Pennsylvania, ;:aryland, Delaware, '.Vest 
Virginia, Virginia, Pennesseo, llorth Carolina, Soutli Carolina, 
Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, ^.rkansas, Texas 
and Indiana, and in the District of Columbia, all of w^iich are included 
in and !iereinafter referred to as tie infested territory, and tliat all 
varietiss and species including the flowering forms of poach, nectarine, 
a-Lriond, apricot, plui.., cherry, choke-cherry, quince, penr tind apple 
trees and plants and fresh fruits thereof, and all boxes, barirel*^ 
baskets, or other containers of these fruits are llaole to be carriers 
of said Oriental fruit iioth into the State of California, 



necessary, in order to pre- 
moth into the State 
is hereby establish- 
in acoordsmce with 
Code of tiae State 
and all varieties 



NOW, THElffiFORE, it i« declared 
vent tiie introduction of the said Oriental fruit 
Of California, that a quarantine be and the sacie 
ed at tiie boundaries of the State of California, 
tlie provisions of Section 2319b of the Political 
of California, against said Oriental fruit moth, 
and species including the flowering foms of peach, nectarine, almond 
apricot, plum, cherry, choke-cherry, quince, pear and apple trees or 
plants or parts thereof. Including the fresli fruits, aid all boxes, 
barrels, baskets, or other containers that have been used to contain 
these fruits, imported, shipped or brouglit f i^n said Infested 
territory, and furtiier, no such trees or plants or portions tiiereof. 
Including the fresh fruits, and no containers used for 
quarantined against in this order shall be permitted 
the said quarantine lines so aereby establislied and proclaimed. 



srach fruits as 
to pass over 



Any and all varieties and species including the flowering 
forr.-is of :.*Gach, nectarine, aT.r.ond, apricot, plun, cherry, choke- 
c'lerry, quince, pear and apple trees or plants or i-^arta thereof, 
licludlng the fresli fruits, and all boxes, barrels, baskets or otlier 
used containers of t.iese fruits, arriving in California from thie 
said infested territory shall be refused admittance into the State 
of Calfornia and sliali be iu;.edlately sent out of the state or 
destroyed at the option and expense of the owner, or owners, his 
or their responsible agents. All deputies of the Dlrecotr of Agri- 
culture and all state quarantine guardians are hereby empowei^d to 
carry out all tlie provisions of tills order. 




ihe forepolnp does : ot npply to the experlner.ts of the 
United State* Depurtnient of i.prloulture in the State of 
Calif 01 niu. 

This order sliall take effeot irninediately. 




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Clrecfbr of Af^icuiture 



Approved: 



flovornor of the state oi' Ca ii iSrnia , 



Itaued: 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



«xsL-CTivior»:o» 



G H. HECKE, DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



QU .Ftiuili*!!. ohbr^h ho, 5 (I.ow Series) 
(..1th fie ulatl^ns) 

fertainln to j.e:{.lCiin -'Otuon Boll .eevll, 
a..d "arieuiea i'.iereof, una .Ink 
Boliv.orm of Ootton. 



..iir-Rii^iS, ihe faat has been determined by the I irector 
of - rl>ature that lnjjrl..aa '.nsects Kujv.n as tuB ..lexlsin ^^t.on 
Boll eevil ( ■>nthonor:U3 -randls -oh.), and varieties thereof , and 
the 'ink HQll/;orm ( e'ctino::lior^. -^s^^ypiella .aunders) , new to and 

not hitherto knov.n lo exist .vi thtrTTTr^ ^-^^^V %'® V^ ^® f. 
.allfori.i.i, exists in several st'tea of the bnltea ^t tea, nr.d 
frit cotton lint, li.^.tere, waste, swec:;in s, sa.noles of cot.on, 
seed cot. on, oott-on seod, yjtzjn seed hulls, cotton .^innln-jind 
.alllin;; ;nacAlnery, cotton ba,j in;, used cotton pickers ^^^s^^jd 
all ther articles or materials t;'.ut have boon used in connection 
with -rowing, harvestin;^, -Innin •. balin , transoortir, ; or rnc.nu- 
fa«^urln- cotton lint, seed cotton, or cooton seed; rai.road cars, 
auto.no biles, uat o.noblle trailer.-3, trucks r.na otaer veriicles, 
ba'-a;re. personal effects, emi.rLu.t .novubles, aaed household effects, 
household' 1 .1 le-nents, ounpln ; effects : nd c.-.mpin i;n lements, are 
liable to be carriers of said inS'-Cts; 

...., ir.chr.ljhh. It is deciiired necessary in -rder to ^re- 
vent tne introaaction of tae .exican -ot.on ^oll -.eevil, ana vari- 
eties tiereof, or ne rink BoirAor:n into tae tt te of ^allforr.ia. 
tnat a q lai'antinb be ana tuK sr.mc Is aereby establlsiied at tue 
boundaries of the ^t' te of Gailfor..ia in accordance v.ith the ^ro- 
vlsions of Section £3i9b of tue .olitical Jode of tae State of >.al- 
ifomi- 8 ainst cotton Tint, lintere, v.uste, sweepin--s, sa.-aples of 
cotton, se^d cot. on, cot.on seed, cotoon seed hulls, cotton -inninp 
and nlllin ■ iHCninery. cotton ou : in:, used cotton pickers ba?s 
and all other articles or materials tti.vt nave been used in con. ectlon 
Sth rov.ln , harves.ir: , innin;, balin , tr..n3portin • or m.nufac- 
turin - cotton lint, se-.-d cot_on, or cotton seed; raiirord o^^rs, 
-■utomo biles, autoaoblle trui.ers, trucks ::nd otaer ve.ilcies, ^ >j^ » 
norsonal effects, e:ni rant moVib es, used houaeaolG effects, house- 
hold iaolenents, caapln/ efiects and ca.npin ; imnle .ents imported, 
ahlpned or br >u,^ht from nny other st^.te, territory or locality of 

the"''nlted ct tea. and fartaer, n.^ such corn ditles, articles, 

materials or vel.i ile:^ as quarantined a.ainst in this .;rier snail be 
nermitted to pas^ over t-.e s Id quarantine linea so nereb;; eataoUsh- 
ed anu roolaimed, except unucr una subject to 
tlonai 



t e folloviln.: re ;ula- 



Stote or 



hernilation 1* 
locality of tae 



eea cotton or 
United ^ti. tes 



cotton seed rown In nny 
.aei^ln tne cultivated cotton 



is Knov.n to be Infested v/itii the l.exloan Cotton Foil .eevll, or 
varie.ie;? the:-eof, or the :ifk hollv.'.T.'-, Is i-ereby rro^.l'ited 

enterin:; tno i:>t' te cf Uslifornip for any purpose whatsoever, 
the arrival it any such ?eea cotton or cottor, seed as 

»in3t in tals oi-cer, the at-re shall be i---edl&tely 

6t tne ot-itlon and expenre of 



fr 

sna up n 
quRrpr.tlned rtj 

sert out of the st: ^e or aeairoyea 
the owner, cor si -nee or p-ert. 



!-.e ulatlon i;. ^e-d cotion or cotton seel rr.;v;n In any 
3t?te of the 'Jnlted tt' tes where tne -exican Got::on Foil .eevll, 
or varietieb trereof , or the i^lrk KollA'ortn are not kr.ov.r. to exist 
in tne culivatea ;o:-con r.r.y ue rl>ni*.-:ei into the Sti-te of S-llf- 
ornla suoject. to tut: folloftin: re;^iaire3iei»t8 : /ers.ns contexplat- 
ln,r trie ircportln ■ or orincln? into the State of Cfallforr.i- seed 
cot:on or cot: on seec froai siny attte In tne United -tates .-. :er?. 
the exlc'un ^otzon Boll .ev.il, or varieties tricre-f , zv the Pink 
Bollworm are not icno.vn to exist ir. the calwiv.ite - cot on shall 
first T'^srs -J', lioation to tiie Lirector of - riculture for -\ :er- 
mit to do so, statin in the arclicatian tne purpose tor Arii3h 
t:'i€ seud :^ozhj>:: Oi -o-con se^a ii i. tended, the ntxe ur,^ adcresi 
of tae exporter, tne l;oality v..ier3 trui seed cotton or cotton seed 
was -rown, the amount of tne ixport-tion, tiie terTcliiul point of 
delivery, nd tne naaae a'.d adaresa of tae Importer in tae St te of 
Oallf^rnia to Rhon: the perxlt should be sant. ccojfi anyin; ^ae 
acli'J ti-n nust be a aratersont si :ned oy ^ne -ta^e -ntonjlo •Ist 
of t le strtc fr-?:-: ivhlii the 33el :;ot.on or cot'on 9e'."d is to bo 
Inraorted to t-.s efiecr thdt tne seed cof-on or cotton seed will 
be inspected before ship-nent end that a certificate of Inspection 
signed by the ^t^x,e cntomolo'lst will ac-ioa any tJ:3 shipment or be 
attached -o tne T;aTblll3, conauctrirE amifcats, :.exjra:-.a- or ollla 
of ladln- coverin- such s.ilpnient, huoh oertifiCt»te shill sot forth 
the locality of ori,~in of the seed cotton or coi,.on seed coa ris- 
In • the sainment, shall estc-blish t;ie f a j . tiiat the Mexican Jotcon 
Eoll 'e 11, the ";irl3ties t;ereof, and the -ink Bollworx are not 
known to exist in tne culvivated cot -on In ii:e state in Tsh.ich tlie 
seed cof.on or ootton seed ri, 'rotes, una siiall ::ive the initials 
and car nu-bor of tne car in which ship od if c;riot a^iipoent; if 
less than carlot shlpnent aarkln s of contuiier ox- jjiitalners shall 
be -ivcr.. copy of tue certlfic- te sh'-.ll be -culled ir. ad- an^io of 

shir ne ■ '.he Director of . riculture, Sacrs-aento, Jalif.rnia. 



Rep-ilation 3. Seed cotton or cotLon seed i:nported or 
brourht intotne State 3f Jalif-.rn'.a under ;ier'ul - Isa -ed by the 
Lirector of :^riculoure shall uavc each package or container in 
tiie ahi-^aent plainly f^nd correctly nariced to shov. tae number of 
the '-erTiit, tiie quantity of -.".e -• ten-„s, -■.s st:-,.e and locclity 
where p,rown, tne name and ad resa of the e .porter and the naae 
and addresa of tiie jonsi i;ee, :ei'ait8 issued oy the Director of 
.,:rical:;ure shall specify t.ie treatment w.iich shall be ^iven tha 
commodity or contain- r or vehicle as a condition of entry of 



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naterl"! for *.rAah permit la requested. 

Ke>-'uia;l n 4. .ersons o .atemplatin;' tne Importln - or 
brlriTlnr Inuo the St te of California of ooi: on lint, llnters, 
,,aste. SAe.:pinP:s, samples, or any form uf uninunuf:.ctured cot.on 
frj 'ny otaer 8;,ate of x.ae United bt tes anbll first ^ake ap- 
ollsatljn to the i^lrector of .rlculL.re fur a oerait to do 30, 
statlr. in the npolic^tlon the name and aduresn of tae exnor^er, 
the locality fr^m whi^h the aulpaont is r.o be af..;e, tne utuount 
of t^e ImDortalion, the terminal point or aeilver/, ana tuc name 
and adaress of tue lr::oorter In tne ^tate of California to v.hom 
tne nertr.lt suoula be sent. ernlta Iss led by the ..Irector of 
-rrlWlture shall s ecfy tre.tr.cnt .-.hich s.iull be Iven oomniod- 
ity or oontf.iner or vehicle as a c.ndition of entry of materiel 
for whi ii ■ er':.lt la requested. 

Re^ulat-ion 5. Cotton oa„'ging that has be.n used as a 
oontniner for seed cot. on or cotton seed, or in tne oalin,- of 
cotton, cot. on lint, or cotton waste, or in tuo taanuf •ictare or 
hi-dlir - of cotton seed by-products in any o -her st-te oi f.e 
United 'states is i:ereby prohiolted frou. enterln tne St.te of 
"aiiforr.ia, ana upon tne an-ivul of any such cotton bar in ■ as 
Quarantlnea arainst :.n tais order, ^ne sam^ shall be immediately 
sent out of the tit.te or destroyed at the optl .n f.nd expense of 
the owner, onsiftnee vr a^ent. 

Re-ulation 6. Jotton -Innin- or cotton raillin ■ machiner:;- 
that has revloasly been used In the rlnnin : or millln - of seed 
cotton, oot.,n seed or cooton seed by-products, in any state of 
the United bt tea v.ill be ;^ofalttea into the i>t..te of Jalif.;rnia 
sub^-ect to nd only under tne foilowin. requirements: l^^^^^^ . 
-onteT.-latln- the iasortLn- or ur'.n "in.: into tne St-te of -alir- 
omia of any such machin ry as heretofore enuaerutsa xn this re- 
-rulatlon, snail first make ap lic^tl u .o t.ie Director of .^rl- 
culture for a permit to do so, statin- in tne aprliCDtlon the 
name end ad-^res-i of tne ex;.o:ter, tue location from v.nlch the 
sni-'nent ^s to be raaoe, tne n. tart- ana aaoont of tue importation, 
the'tertinal point of deli ery, and tue name and ad.reos of the 
importer in the Stcte of Jalifjrnia to whom tne permit shoula be 
se-t. --ny and all snipments of such naohinery as heretofore 
enu-nerated in tnid re uiation imported or brou -ht into the i.tate 
of California under authority of permit issued by the .vlrector 
of riculture snail nave attacned to eacn snlpment a certificate 
Signed by tae of f icl^l^|nto.^lo^is^^of^|.ae st. te^f^o^^wji .h^|uc^^ 

iet^'n"'^fSr!n^tii'fL^^>- -.uL. all tne cot.on -innin,- or cotton mill- 
inr machinery included in trie saipment hud been cleaned ana fu:nl- 
-ated with rxydro-c/vr.ic acid .as before bein ■ loaded for snlpnent, 
the date anu pl'je'of fmi-atlon, and the amount of cyanide used 
in tae fuml. tlon of the shipment covered by ti-e certificate. 



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,^ny ai'd all anipnicnts of aot on Innin - or cotcon nilllnr 
macalnery nau EOJO:n anied oy a certificate as ■-■rovtded for In 
this re -uiatl n snail be ref isea Hd~ilt,tance int-o the Srote of 
Gal'fornlH, and upon tiie arrival of 'Ui/ aucn machinery without 
a certificate as :-rovided for, tae saoie sh&ll be Irn.edintely 
sent oat of the st^te at the exoeiise of tt:e v.ner, o nsl. nee or 
ap.ent. 



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rie^:ulation 7. 
for ciokinc; or tiarvestln 
United St:. tea or any oottun-plcki:. 
cotton seed In or upon r auhtir'n 
hlbltea frotn enterim the Stnte of 



>u on-pickinr ba^s that have been used 
ot'-on in any state or territory of the 
„«-.,!. ba.;8 that i^ave cot.on lint or 
to the same are r.ereby nro- 
Jallfornia, and upon the arrival 



oars, as q 



of any such cotton-plckln ^ . 

order, tn.e sa-ne saall be iiuniedittely ser.t 
stroyed at tt-e option na expense of tuc 
Provided , t at used cotton :ickir.- "oajs carried 
brou at Into the State of California Lhrou, h a 
8t:iti n Tiaintuined by the State of Gullfornla 
are ti.aiiable for sterilt ration , T.ay be admit 
saici plckin bap:s are In eraed for 



ran tined a -a nst In this 
Oit of trie state or de- 
■jwner, consifne -;r l -ent; 
or otiierv. ise 
txjroer quarantine 
.vhert facilities 
ed, provided the 
Chan ten minutes 



^^.. ^..o oj, t iu wis^s^ iw» n->t xeas chan ten minutes in 

boilin- water, s? id sterilization to be iven at such border 
quarar.tlne station and under the iramoaiate ana direct super.lslon 
of the quarantine inarcctor at aucn station. 

.11 exrer.se and labor con!.e,;ted with the sterilization 
of sucn cotton-plckin ba,i7S sh&ll be b^rne by .he .. ner or .5.vners 
or person or persons in ciiari?;e of sa-ie. -iny failure or ref isal 
by the owner or rierson in possession of such piokin ba^^s arriv- 
In at s iOh .jorder qua ancine st .tl n to sterilise such b ~s, to 
the satisfaction of t..e quarantine Inspector at acoh station, 
shall result in suoh p'cklr. ba-.s ^enr refused ad-nittar.ce into 
the Ltate of Jalifox*nia, and either lir.:..ediately sent out of the 
stnte, or des-ro-ed, at tne o tion • nd ex..:.ense of une owner or 
oarty in possession of sa'i-.c. 



the tr' 
cotton 
points 
dan -er 



he -ula 1 ;n 8. Railrond cars that .:ave be.n ■ 
i.Eportatlon of seed c tton, cotton lint, cot ion 



sed for 
seed, or 



seed ciuli-s, aust 1l. odiately Uj.on arrival at California 

remove all • osslble 



be so disinfected 
of Irifesfitlon of 



or sttrilized as to 
t::e .exican Boll .e 



vll, and varieties 



t'.iereof, or tie : ink BollA-.m !.na thorou hly cleaned of all cotton 
seed, or c^t-on seed hul^s, jnd such coLton seed jt hulls shixli be 
burned upon removal from the car, .^ny and all sujh oars found at 
any roint In Jalifor; la contalnin cot--on seed or' cot:on seed 
hulls in or -ron any of o.;c .arts ti^ereof , sa^.H be atenuble to all 
the re ulatijna of this jrder, and auall be placed in quarantine 
by the Direct r >f rt,;^rloulture , his deputy or dep.ties, or 
quarantine niardlfina, until aaiu oar naa been diainfeoted >r ster- 
ilized to tne aatiafactlon of the quarantine jffloer rnsklnr the 



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.ny and all ahipratnts of c:ot on inning or cotton .Tilllln- 
niacninery not aoco.n anied oy u certificate as --irovlded for in 
this re ulati n siiall be refaaed admittance Into the Scste of 
California, and upon tr.e arrival of f^ay auon machinery without 
a certificate as .rovided for, tue aasie shall be irr^redlately 
sent oat 
ap;ent. 



of the sthte at cne expense of the wner, s.^nsirnee or 



Re-ulation 7. Got on-piclclnf' bat^a that have been used 
for picking' or narvestln cotton in any state or territory of the 
United Sti.tea or any cotton-plckir., bars that uuve cotton lint or 
cotton seed In or upon ^r adherin.: to the same are hereby pro- 
hibited froT. enterln. the Stote of California, and upon the arrival 
of any such cotton-plckin^ bags, as qa&rantined aranst in this 
order, the sa-ne saall be immediately sent oit of tne attte or de- 
stroyed at tii© option • nd expense of the owner, consif-no^ ^r t rent; 
1: ro vided , t at used cotton rlclcin- bars carried or otner.%i3e 
broJ ht inoo the State of vJalifomia throu h a oorder quarantine 
stati-jn maintained by the State of Ualifornia /.here facilities 
are available for sterilisation, may be admit. ed, provided the 
Sfeid piclcin ba.-a are im leraed for not leas tiian ten minutes in 
boilin- water, s? id sterilization to be iven at such border 
quarantine station sna under the immediate ana direct supervision 
of the quarantine inarector at such atntion. 



11 expense 
of such ootton-plckin 
or person or persona 
by the owner or perao 
iri'^ at sjch .>order qu 
the satisfaction of z 
shall result in suJh 
the State of Oalifoxn 
at&te, or destro .ed, 
party In rioaseaslon o 



and labor com. 
bags shell be 
in 0(iarp,e of sa 
n in possession 
a an tine atatl 
..e qasrantlne 1 
P ■ ckir. ba.'-jS be 
ia, and either 
at tne o tlon ?> 
f same. 



ejted with the sterilization 
b.me by i,he j.ner or o.vnera 
:ie. Any failure or ref isal 
of such piskin bags arrlv- 
n to sterilise such b -s, to 
nspei^tor at such station, 
Inr refused adniittance into 
Immediately sent out of the 
nd exj-enae of the owner op 



Re-Tila Ijn B. Railroad cars that nave been jsed for 
the trr.wsportatlon of seed c tton, cotton lint, cotton seed, or 
cotton seed ciulxs, taust l:;-.ediately Ui on arrival at California 
points be so disinfected or sterilized as to remove all -ossible 
dan,-er of infestation of t:ie .exioan Boll ..eovil, and varieties 
thereof, or tie rink Bollworn i^nd thoroughly cleaned of rill 3otton 
seed, or ction seed hulxs, and such cotton seed jr liulis shall be 
burned upon removal from the car, -ny and all sujh oars found at 
any point in Jaliforr.la containln : cotton seed or- cotton seed 
hulls in or .von any of o;;e t.rts i,;ierejf , sht-ll be a-:3enable to all 
the re -ulatlona of this jrder, and suall be placed in quarantine 
by the Director ^f agriculture, his deputy or dep .ties, or 
quarantine guardians, until said oar has been disinfected or ster- 
ilized to the aatisfactlon of the quarantine )ffloer niakinf- the 



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inspection and one saia cowt^on seed or cotton aeud Hulls are de- 
stroyed. 

i;e,-^latlon 9. Upon ar-'iv?.! at any ooimaon carx-icr sta- 
tion in ^hc tJtate of California of any shipment of eml,-rant mov- 
ables, fartninjT loipieiriCiits , or ouier field appliances, or of .jsed 
household .^oods, from the states of "labaraa, 'Plzona, -Arkansas, 
Florida, .jeor.-ia, ..er.taoky, Lo-ilslstna, i..iaal3--.lp,ji , ..Isaoui'i, 
hew .^exioo, i^orta Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, ^ennessee, 
Texas and Vlr.-lniu, ^r any otner state in which the -exloan Cotton 
Boll .'.eevll, or varloties t.iere^r, or tiie Jink Doll.-orm aay be- 
coiTie eatabiisseu, tae sa:ue shall be held intact oy the 3om.'.on 
carrier at-^ent, and not delivered to the consignee, shipper, owner, 
or a~ent, until tne suipmcnt iias been inspected by t.ie Lirej^or 
of .. rioulture, his dcp.aty or de uties, or by a quai'antine "aardian 
of the district or county in which saah sxilpment ia received, and 
there has been presented an affidavit exec ted by the consi nee, 
shipper, jwner, or c.'.ent, on blanks provided by the stute, to the 
effect that tne shipment Incl-idcss no sed cotton or cotton seed 
or otaer articles quarantined a.ainat in this ,jrder. 



Ke.-^ulation 
and other vehicles, b 
farailne; iraplenents, o 
fects, household irapl 
arrivinr; in the State 
transportation, fro.r. 
Florida, eorfjii. , Ken 
Mexico, l»ortii Carolin 
and Virp;lnia, saall b 
rtfrlcaltopo, hia depu 
dla rict or county in 
are lrt.ported or brou .: 
that the same are fre 
rleties t;iereof, or t 
tined a,?ainst in this 



10. -utoraoblles, tutoo.^bile trailers, trucks 
ai..' g«» e.ai£,raiit movables, personal effects, 
r other field appliances, used household ef- 
eraents, camping effects and on pin- irn'-lements 

of California by otner than com on carrier 
one state )f Alabama, Aris.na, Arkansas, 
tuc-cy, iX)uisiana, u.i36i33ip;>i, ..iissourl, ..ew 
a, .>kiahoaia. South Carolina, i.en. esaee, iexaa, 
e placed in quarantine by tne Director of 
ty or depities, or quarantine ^uaI^ilon Df the 
to wxiich sucii vehicles, articles or coraaoditles 
at, until it aas oeen det. rmlned by inspection 
e from the .Mexican Cotton boll .eevil, or .a- 
ae : ink Bollworra, and otaer articles quaran- 

order. 



-.11 articles udnis^ible under the forer-ioln- rc^^la'ions 
must be held by common carrier a.^enta ana not delivered to tae 
Ooasi,-nee or t^-e.t until inspected and passed by the Lirector of 
Ai-riculture, his deputy or deputies, or by a duly autaorlzed state 
quarantine ,;uax*dian. 

The admissubility inco cne State of California vf any 
article or c ra:.oaity covered by tne fore oln • re -ulati^ns shall 
be furtaer sub.ect to the provisions of any other quarantine rules 
or rep:ulatlona now In fone or which may hereafter be promul^-ratad. 

when the Secretary of irrioulture of the United Statea 
shall have proraulpated quarantine re^rulationa .-ovemlniLT the Inter- 
state movement frum any state or portion of any atate, of Cotton 



or cot 

bv t fie 

Seore 

all su 

Itles 

enter 

i>e i?e t 

reason 

sfct as 

stnte 

forth 



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ton nroducta or f<ny other srtlcle or oomr.odlty restricted 

provisions of this quarantine, such r.. gulati -ns by tie 
ary of ^..-riculturc shall supersede these re-ulatlons, and 
h cotton or oott^on products or other articles or com.nod- 
fron the troas covered by such Federal nuarantine T.ay 
thi ■ 3. ate only in accord, noe witn tne re.-ulatijns of the 
ary of .rriculture; provided , that If at any time for any 
the said re -ulations of the Secret r^' of .^criculture are 
Ide or are not enforced for any st'^te or portion of any 
cf the United States, taen all tne rejAilatlons herein set 
shall be in full loroe and effect. 



All deputies of txie Liirco;:or of ,u-,rioulture and all 
state quarantine guardians are hereby enipowered to carir/ out all 
the prDvlsi ns of tnia jrder. 

i'he fore-o'n- re-ulatlons do not apply co ttie ©xreri- 



Tjents of the nnited States Department of 
of California. 



rlculLure in the state 



This order shall take effect itn .edietely. 




Llrector or .> rlcul;.ure. 



APTROVLD: 



overnor of the St- te of Oallfomla 



IS;^"i-X! 






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P.^!!^ 



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MAR 1 1 J927 



OfSTAre 




DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUKE 



IXICUIIVS OfTlCI 



H. HECKE. DIRBCTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



Quarantine Order No. 6 (New Series) 



Pertalnlnp; to melanoee of oltrue 
fruits and citrus trees. 



WHEREAS, The fact has been determined by the I>lreetcr 
of Arrl culture that a fungous disease, injurious to citrus 
fruits £ind citrus trees, loiotm as melanose ( Phoaopsis oltri . 
Fawo.), new to and not heretofore prevalent or distri-iuted In 
the State of Ca?.ifomla. exists in the states of Il.orlda, Texas, 
Louisiana, Alabaaa and Mississippi, and in the island of Porto 
Rico, all of which being hereinafter designated as infected 
territory, and that all varieties and species of citrus frr.lts 
and citrus tr^es are liable to be carriers of this disease; 

HO"', THERETO RE, It is declared necessar:^, in order to 
prevent the introduotlon of said melanose into the State of 
California, that a quarantine be, and the same is hereby es- 
tablished at the boundaries of the State of California, in 
accordance with the nrovlaions of Section 2319b of the Political 
Code of the State of California, against all varieties and 
species of cltims fruits and/or citrus trees imported, shipped, 
or brought from the said infected territory, and no such citrus 
fruits or citrus trees shall be pereiittad to pass over the said 
quarantine lines so hereby established and proelained. 

Any and all varieties and species of cltma fruits 
and/or citrus treos arriving in 'California from tlie said In- 
fected territory, shall be rofuaed admittance into the State 
of California aid shall be immediately sent out of the state 
or destroyed at the option and expense of the owner or jwners, 
his or their responsible agents. An deputies of the Director 
of Agriculture and all state quarantine gixardians are hereby 
empowered to carry out all the provisions of this order* 

The foregoing doe s not apply to the experiments of 
the United States Departracmt of Agriculture in the State of 
Cal iforaia. 



This order shall take effect liutned 



Vy 




Director of Agrlctilture 



APPROYErt !r^^-^^. 

Oovemor of tne stato of UallTornla 



ISSUTD: 



V>rcb Pt iQ?'^. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUKE 



iXiCUTiVI omcE 



G H HECKE. DIHECTOK 
SACRAMENTO 



truarantlne Order Ko. 7 (:ievf Series) 
(V/lth ^.egulatlons) 

Pertaining to Alfalfa Weerll 



^T"7^T3As 'piio fact has been rioter--lned by the iJireotor 
of A.-r^ culture that an iisect Injurious to alfalfn and other 
forage and cover crops, 1-novm as alfalfa weevil ( ?hytonoiTas 
T50«5tlcus. ay"'!.), not here'^ofor-? gonerall, preva?;.ent orOls- 
iF-llrlt-! in the State of California, exists in tho states oi 
Utali. idaiio an-i %onin5, an;i ii certain oountles in t^-3 i^tate 
of Colorado, to wit: D^lta, Gun.niaon, .!ontroBe, -of^at, ou-., 
-"lo llanco and ^uray; and in certain couiities In the otate of 
^icvada. to v/it: "hite ?lne, '"ashoe, Storey, Ornsby, -'ershing, 
Lyon Churchl"'! an! -Mineral; and in certain counties in the 
State of Orecon, to wit: lallu-ur. Baker and Union; all of which 
being hereinafter designated as infested territory, an; that 
alfalfa hav and other hay and cereal straw, alfalfa neal, al- 
falfa seed], salt Rraas packing, baRP^age, emigrant movables, 
household effects, housohold inuleionts, ca-iping effects, ca-.p- 
ing imploinents, live stock, potatoes, nursery stock, used 
alfalfa .-.eal mlllin ■ ;aac>iinory, and all machinery, implements, 
bars ani other containers that have been used in the milling, 
baling, liarvestlng or threshinf.: of alfalfa; railroad cars, 
autonoblles, automobile trailers, trucks and other vehicles are 
liable to be carriers of sal-l alfalfa weevil into territories 
otherwise free from ti is post. 

NOV TIF.REFOHE, It is declared necessarr. In order to 
prevent the further introduction of said alfalfa waavil into the 
State of Calif or ia, t'nnt a quarantine bo and the saiie is hereby 
established at the boundaries of tiio State of California, in 
accordance with the provisions of section 2319b of tlie Political 
Code of fi-i '^tate of C:>llfor:.la, against said alfalfa weevil, 
all alfalfa hay and oth^r hay and cereal straw, alfalfa aeal, 
alfalfa seed, salt prass packin , ha ^age, enif. rant movables, 
housohold effects, household iniplenients, caniplng effects ca p- 
inr iT^l " nts live stock, notatoes, nursery stock, usod alfalfa 
-eal milllnr, macnin.;r:, , and all machinery, Imnle-.ents, bags and 
other containers that liave been used in the nxlllin.;, ;alinr. 
harrestlnc: or threshing of alfalfa; railroad oars, autoiobilos, 
autornoblle trailers, trucks and other vehicles Imparted, shipped^ 
brought or otherwise inoved from said infested territory, and no 
■uch articles, -nat^Tlals or vehicles as quarantined against In 
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llnes 30 ^evehj established and oroclalmod, except under and 
subject to the'followinp renulatlons: 

•?ec^ulati n 1. -Ifalfa hay and otiier hay and cereal 
• traw and alfalfa tneal, except as herein provided that has 
been rrown. anufaotured or stored in the said Jifested ter- 
riton" is hereby prohibited from entering the i^tate of i^alir- 
omla for any nurpose whatsoever, and upon the arrival of «my 
such hay or straw or meal as quarantined against in this order, 
the saroe shall be inEaedlatsly sent out of tlie state or destroy- 
ed at the option and expenao of the owner or owners, his or 
thoir responsible agents. 

Alfalfa meal or nixed meal which can tains alfalfa 
meal will be adsiltted into tiie State of California fron the 
said Infested ter.ltory fro:n mills which are approved in writ- 
ing by the Director of Ap;ric\ilture as being so constructed 
and operated as to conform to adeqviate safeguard requirements 
for the prevention of alfalfa weevil infestation or contami- 
nation of the alfalfa meal, provided that all such alfulfa 
meal is sacked and shipped lm:.?dlately after it 1« milled, 
Buch milling, sacking and ehipning to bo done during; the Per- 
iod Nove-nber 1 to "arch ^l; nrovlded further, that such alfalfa 
meal is shipped in new or rocleaned burlap bags and loaded in 
tight railroad cars which ure free from alfalfa hay, ot.er hay 
and cereal straw and which have not been used In carrying al- 
falfa hav to the mill, and provided further that each shipment 
of alfalfa meal, as above, is accompanied by a certificate 
signed by a state inspection official of the state in which 
the alfalfa :neal originates, eatablishlnc the fact that all 
tho alfalfa meal in the shipment has been T^illled, sacked and 
shipped in accordance vdth the above requirements. Such cert- 
ificate mu3t also state tho naiae and location of tiie mill which 
manufactured the product, tlio name and address of the ingjorter 
In California, the amount of tho Importation, tho number and 
initials of the car containing the shipment and the date on 
wllch the alfalfa meal was nillod, sacked and ship^^ed. " copy 
of tho certificate rauat be mailed at time of shipment to the 
Dirootor of Agriculture, Saci-aaonto, California, /oiy approval 
granted by the Llreotor of Agrictature to any mill covering 
the shipment of alfalfa meal from that mill, as provided above, 
may be revoked by hin at any timo h ; Is convinced tliat such 
mill is not .loetlng adequate safeguard measures. 

Regulation 2. The material known locally in Ux9 
State of Utah as "salt grass packing" shall be admitted into 
the State of California, provided that each shipment of salt 
gpaas packing is aocomoanled by an official certificate signed 



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by tho crop peat inspector of tiiB ^tate of Utaii, setting forth 
that all of the follov/ing reauirements liiive been complied with, 
to wit: T>i.Mt the material in tlie shipment was cut between the 
dates of October 1 and April Ij that the raking, shocking, 
stacking, baling or shlpplnc of tliis material was not allowed 
until tho maxinmm daily teinpex^ture of the season iiad fallen 
below sixty degrees Fahreiiheit, and tliat none of the material 
In the shipment had been hell in tlie field from one season to 
another, -'ll shipments of salt gi'ass packing fpom the State 
of Utaii not accoagjanied by certificates as herewith p.x>vlded 
for, siall be refused ad-ri- ttsmcQ into the State of California, 
and tho saiie shall be l.a:nedlately sent out of the state or de- 
stroyed at the option and oxpeaso of th3 owner or owners, his 
or their responsible agents. 

Trie use of euch salt rrass as a packing naterial In 
shipments of fruits, crockery and otlaer materials sliall be 
permitted, provided it has been cut and removed f.^om the field 
between October 1 and April 1, as above specified, and stored 
in .varohouses reuiot e from alfalfa fields, alfalfa hay or other 
suspected roaterials. 



Rogulatlon 3. An official certificate signed by the 
state inspection officer of the state in wliich potatoes origi- 
nate shall accompany each shipment of potatoes gro;vn In or 
shippe^i, importod or brour.ht from the said infested territory 
into the State of California. Such certif ici.tes shall es- 
tablish the fact that all potatoes in the ship-ient hav3 been 
passed over a screen i.'i-.edlatoly prior to loading into car, 
placed in new or recleaned sacks and loaded in cars that are 
freo froji alfalfa hay or o.thgr hay or cereal strew, an J tliat 
adequate precautions have been taken to prevent ro infestation 
or oontaiai nation after belnc, screened. All potatoes from 
said infested territory not accoTT^janied by certificates as 
herewith Provided for or otherwise not caraplyinf with tiie above 
requirements shall be refused adalttance into the State of 
California, and the same shall be immediately sent out of the 
state or destroyed at the option and expense of tho owner or 
owners, his or txielr responsible agents. 

regulation 4. All nursery and ornamental stock and 
other plants imported, shipped o:^ broufht into the State of 
Califoinla from the said Infested territory must be packed in 
fresh shavings, excelsior or other suitable packing (except 
tule, liay or straw), and each shipment or lot must be aooom- 
panied by an official certificate establishing the fact that 
each package in the shipment or lot has been fumigated for a 



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^^^lAi ni- on- hou- for alfulfa v/oevil in an airtight enclosure, 
period 01 on^ rj^Yl/S;,,^ >^a-' cd or pnclcsd for transportation, 
subseouent to belnt, ooxca, na-oa wi ^ 2.\t„^ „_*„ ^f on-- ounce 
with cyanide of potaaslun or ^^^lun at the rate of on. ounce_ 

iL^n^£l°3tocrf;;'o?h:r%fL^ts°as^lnS?irated JnTIs re^a- 
??Snf nit^accon^Snled by certificates as herewith provided 
fl^ml' he refused adnittanco into tne State of v^ailio. -xa, 
Elmll bl iTnodlately sent out of the state or ^oatro^ed au 
Sp^ion and expense of the ovmer or owners, his or their re- 
S"^oaalhle agents. 

Regulation 5. !To shipment of household effects, or 
ft^lprant novahles. originatv-i£ in said infested territory, 
!^l!^c hrii ht into the ::tate of California by any conr„on_ 
1^0^ pSson or persons unlesu such slxip^ent be ^^oompanied 
by a awSrk state-^ent made in duplicate "rry the ^J^;^^' °^, ^^^fff ^ 
in accordance with the follo.^in6 for:n3, on ^l^^;;';^^^^^*^?-^ 
le fumlaheci to applicants by the inspeotion official of tne 

t!;iSS iaJ^aSSto; Cal If or::la. and tlxe other of said dupli- 
cit^ desiena?^d as' copy Ho. 2 ^o be delivered to the common 
carrier agent, with a special certificate appended, to atlac.- 
to the way bill: 



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State o.: - — — — . 

County of 

I ha^-ehy solsmnl; s-^/aar t:mt I was present faring 
tho preparation for shipr.ent of tha housoholdofrocts or em- 
igrant Lvablss which this affidavit acconipanies; t*. the^^ 
goods wore doliverAd to ^e— ^5.aiI?5S3T'"*^""r3tationT 

, --—constituting (less than) a earload- 

°^"rMonth, Say, year) 

, - , tu be shipp- 

Xff'ZaTloaV^vllVlnltrie an^ car nti;n5or here) 

•* t<»-Tn35e-o?-coniIgneeT **-rT5eii;ina€Ion7"''^*""TMv8-- 

„— -— that no alfalfa seel, nursery stock, 

Tnlilali'o? o^lHar ImesT 

following X 

Housshold goods, farm Implements, tools, ^r"f"<«A«d| 
farm wagons° automobile (Araw a line through item, not Includedl, 



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transit--'^?!--- jf--g££,-g-^---a~ormt~o?*5aSriT T^ipecii y 

"""f ~hip~0r'"or ovr:e.T 
Subscribed and Bwcmi to before ".e 

a notar:/ oubiic in and for ^^^-%«j^*^,°^::j;;-;f:::::M::::: 

county of — — — — —— -TiX-lB- 

rHotar" nubiicT 
My coTLT-lssion e:.pife3- -^^ 

Tv-.e special certificr.te fi^r. tho a.^er °^ ,f 'JjJ®;^,^° 
be appended to Sop/ Ko. 2 aiiall be in accordance with t>xe follaw- 

Ing forn: 

Of 

sti 

movab] 

rector of -"ni-iciature, Sac.-a-.ionto, oaliforia. 




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Upon the a^-rival at any con .on can-ier station of 
.nv ahl-^ment o^ t\n articles on^JL.ieratad in f.iis ret,ulaoion, 
m^Jh ahV^^t shai: be held i-.tant until the ^ii-ector of -G^'i- 
Tul^i^ M^^%^^t- or deputie. or the state qua.'antino guardian 
°i;i^^!^ ,?,. strict ar^countyln vv^alch sucL shli.ment is received. 
ha-i beer: notified and a certificate of release xssuod. 

"CKUlation n. It shall be tlie duty of all co.: on 
«„^,„-,s to rlenn and fre- of alfalfa hay and othor hay and 
^«^«?'n^^a/ all ca-s th.t have been used for t'ne transporta- 
J?n^^f iiveS4ck o^al^al^a har an 1 ot^e. hay a.na cereal str-^w, 
'iror^.^^^rA^nr P-V? t said '^t^^^^ ;:?r?oSS 



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fomd in cars transport ^G l^^^n .toclc^ ^^ .^^^^^^ ^^ 

through any P ^t ^;- J^^.Jf ^^^^g^oS Sr-ito-' and s'tgI^ '•>« 
h<^vo orlginaterl within *^^°. \^; ^"^^..^g gydoT. tuilass acconpanlad 

antenable to all ^^^^l.-JJ-J^'if ?^taed S^LiS^rl cultural inspoctlon 
by an official ca-t^ioate issuoa o: au ^^ ^^_ ^^^^ ^^^^ 

official of tl^e state ''J«^';:.;^^_^J^^/^Jo^ and ntorod In a non- 

tabllsMnr; ^^^t.ot'^a^dse^t'^ forth the localitv of origin. 
Infoatei territor:^ ana ao^^-th 

ha^mc, nillinr '^-;;r^jf^S V^lfo^nirfror. the said infoatad 
ad-ltbed into the State of "^^^^1^^* ^ foil -vino roouire:T0ntB: 
territory only upon ^o^lianco wi th ^no roii^x o ^ -^^^ ^^^^ 
Persona contermlatlng the l..portlnr^ ^r.nc Z ^^ .regulation 
of Collfomla any o^ 1^«4;^^^;°thS^roctor of -.Krlculturo for 
shall first mak^ ^"^i'-;?^i''?n^?.;J tnnli?atlon tt-.e%arae and 
a permit to do a o, S:^*^"^ J^ t^^ fPP-^j;^; ,^ch the shipment 
address of the «'^«^®I'» .^^! i^^ha a-tlcTeo for vrtilch a oermlt 
is to ^^ -^«vt,^J«:!S?*i":^o?nt S? Soli?ery ar.: tuc naac and 
is raq^Jiested, t..^ t ^™ 7. ,,-.„,„ ^o whoa tiie oerinlt sl.culd 
address of the ^f ^^1 shiSncn°ri? such n^cvdzaer;; and/or im- 
be sent. Any and all ^^^^ZJ^i °ijg rorul' tion ^.iportad or 
Plenents her.tof.«re enune-.tod^..^thi^^^^ ^^ 

^-rousht xnto the ^^tate or ^Trthr^it-^e s'lall bcve attac^ieJ to 
issued by th^ ^'^^*'^?? °ft„''si'^r?y ?hfofflclal entonologlit 
each shlpn-'nt a certificate slr.neaoy ^n gVo^r^, the 

of the state from which f^''^' ?^^Pf J* J??,St- ' fee fact f:at 
nu:.ber of the pe. it to i-l-^^t -nd establ-sh^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ 

all ^f '-^--^y^^/Z^l^^^vf.:^ ;ith hydrocyanic acid gas oof ere 
been cleaned and funtg -"c - r?^Voi« n-^ nlaee of f-J£iiratlon, 
being loaded ^or shipment tae date ad place o 1^ ^t^ ^v^'^ent 

ar.d the amount -^ gjv^??^. ?^y and ail ehipmcnts of nachinery 
cov^re: oy the 3e *iJ-®;r;%g^Jd by a ce-tificate as provided 
and/or Implements ^J* ^^f^^i^^^-Jef-asc 1 adr:' ttance into the 
for in this re£:ulation f\'^i;„^?,,^^t;°ival of an- such macMnery 
?t^te cf Cp-ltfor-.la and upon t^e arrival or ^^^ 

and/or i:uplm.nts v: .thout J ^f" ^J^^jf f.,^^?^?^ ^t the S^penae 
sa-e shall '^e irmedi'-.tely sen. out 01 . -e s^u 
of the o-.-.er, consignee or agent. 

1 *.««« p tuto-nohll es . autonobllc trailers, 
Resulatlon 8, Auto^o^iii9». ^j^ested territory 

trucks and ot^«^/•^J°^!;,^^?eplaS5d In quarantine by the 
arriving to ^al If ornla shall ^» P^^^^JJ Sputiea, or quarantine 

'^:;^^ ff tS'SfaSC't ^r'c'oSirinto wSich ^6^ ..hid. 



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,^„^,,,,g ,,vjtll U -1^3 'oae-, rioto^i^nod by Inapaation that tiie 
•a ^e i3 fre<9 frore alfalfi vreevH. 

^emjlabion 9. ias-ago, ©migrant movables Horaaohold 
•^•^octs houioholl lnT5l^-^?>nts, canine e«''«'^*»» '"'.'? ^-^^^i-^i 
m:;ts '^.a^ Tijr-.'^.r. l^-^KJ^^.-ita --d o«ior field an?lla:ioes Im- 
BortM ^r. hro^l^ht Into the State of California by other toan 
So^on caroler transportation from the sail '^ -^-sted ta.>ribor,^ 
;?Srhe placed 1-^ oSa-antir^ -t the -Iroctor o^-\ .^^^•;fl^are 
Ms '^©nut^ o- ieputies, or qu-xrantln. c^rdian of tae diat- ^et 
or count"' ir.to ^nich such articles are •::n?ort3d or oro-a^it 
until it has '-^oan .^stei-Jinei by ^n3p3ction tnat tn© 3a:n© are 
f«ee rro3 alfalfa weevil. 

Peculation 10. Alfalfa aeol -^111 he ai^ltted into 
C-'-ifo-nia froni the said i.ifeatod terrltor:,^ only v/hen contained 
In'baKS or containers ^vhlch -mve not been previously u3od in 
th3 carri.'lng of alfalfa products other than rcjcleanad alfalfa 
•eed. 

All articles adiiissible under the forosoing resula- 
tlons TTTXit be h3ld br co-r.on car-ler gonts and not delivered 
to consignee or ac^nt tintll i.i3p-»ct9d r.nd pas ed oy t.ie ...ector 
of Anricnlt^tre, liis deputy or deputies, or rjy a duly auuio.-izad 
state quarantine ^niardian. 

The ainissibillfr- vnto the State of California of any 
artl'-^l-a o- con-odity covorei 07 tho fore^j^oing i-es^laticaaa s ^all 
bo ^'rtiOr suhjec to the provisions of any other quarantine 
rules or regulations no\7 in force or which my hereafter be 
pro oulgated. 

.Ml deputies of tlie Director of A .ric^J-fciiro a.nd all 
str.te oiiarontinQ paardians are hereby e^ipov/ered to carry out 
all tho pv-visions of this order. 



This order shall take effect 1 -mediately. 




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JXKUTIVI OFHCS 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



G H HECKE, DIRECTOR 
SACRAMBNTO 



QUARAKTIir- OPPBR HO. 8 (HEW SERIES) 
(1th egulatlon*) 

Pertaining to Alfalfa vaevll In California. 



mn: ? AS^ Iha fact has been deterrolnod by tha 
Director of Agpleulturo that an lnao«t Injuploue to alfalfa 
and oth«ir forage «id ooTor crops, latcmn as thi^ alfalfa veoTll 
(?h tononua poetloua, Oyll.), exists In certain portions of 
tHe^tate 'or Col If omla, to wit » ^lio corjrxty of lorra, the 
oounty of -"Iubmib an\ that portion of the county of -assMi 
lylnr, south of 'x>unda3r7 l^no Iwtweon toimshlps 32 north and 
■5^ north, ".r.'i., runnlnt' v/ost from the Califovnia-Uovnda 
•tate lino to the west Txmndory line of lessen ^cunt>, all 
of which being hereinafter doelgnat«<i ae regulated terri- 
tory- 1 and that alfalfa hay and ot^ier liay and cereal straw, 
alfalfa meal, alfalfa aeod, baggage, emigrant movables, 
houaohold affects, hosehold Inpleaients, camplnr. effects, 
ea ~>lnr. Inpleionts, live atock, potatoes, nurseiT stock, 
uaed alfalfa 'r-eal mllllnG .-jachlnory, and all iwioainory, la- 
plenents, "^ags and other containers that have b6<Ma uaed In 
the ndlllng, baling, loarvestlng or threshing of alfalfaj 
railroad cars, autoiao'ollea. autoino">llo trailers, truolcs and 
othai- vehlclos ore liable to bo carriers of said alfalfa 
weevil l^.to territories otherwlce free from this oest. 

■OW, Tm?EEFJ {E, It Is declared neoeasary in 
order to prevent the further sproad of the alfalfa coovll 
in anl throii(:hout the Stats of 'California that a quaroiitlne 
be ani the satae Is hereby established at the boundaries of 
the hereinbefore described reRXiliited territory in ac^cr dance 
with tiio provisions of section 2 19b oi the olltloal Code 
of the State of California against The said alfalfa woevil, 
all alfalfa hay and other hay and eereal straw, alfalfa r«al, 
alfalfa seed, baggage, emigrant laovables, household effects, 
household inplenionts, oaraplnc offeets, eor.plnr Inple^ients- 
llve stock, ootatoea- mr.'aor:' stock, used alfalfa neal oill- 
in*; machinery, an<i all madilnery, i.iiplerr'.cots, bags and otlier 
eontainors that have been usod in the nsilllng, 'oalin+i, har- 
vesting or threahlng of alfalfa i railroad oarf, autosobiles, 
auto:noblle trailers, trucks and other vehicles i:r5>orted, 
broujht, shipned or otherwise moved from said regulated 
territory into any othor portion of the ^tate of Califbmia, 



KiCUTlVI ortic* 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



a H HECKE. DJRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



-UARANTIir' OT?DL"S NO. 8 (m.'i riCTFiiS) 
{ 1th emulations) 

Pertaining to Alfalfa eovll In Oallfomla. 






wm: ? ".S, The faot has been determinod by the 
Director of Aj-rleultu:'* ^'lat an Ins^Mjt Injurloue to alfalfa 
ani. ot'vrrr forage and oove^^ crops. Icnown r« thc^ alfalfa weevil 
(?li tononus -^oetlcuo, nyll.), exists In oertaiji portions of 
thlT^'^tate "of "CalTfornla, to wit: Iho cov-nty of lerva, tho 
county of Itaaas ani that po :tlon of the county of asswi 
lyln- 8f>ut;i of *iX)t3vlajry l^no between townslilps 52 north and 
\'j no- th, ■'.?.'"., runnlnr- .voet frotn the Calif ornia-iJovada 
stute lino to tho wast *>oundary line of lAssen wountv, all 
of w!iloh "being lierelnaftor doelgnatoi ao regulatod terr-l- 
tor--j and that alfalfa hay and other hay ami creal straw, 
alfalfa raeal, alfalfa aoocl baf;Kage, emigrant laovablos. 




plenents, baca end other con tai^ere' that riave T)eon usod In 
the aHlln.-^, baling, harvostlnfi or threahlnc of alfalfa; 
railroaJ cars, autoiao'oiloo, out^no illo trtillors, tmioka and 
otUor- vohioloa are liable to b oarrlera of said alfalTa 
vroovll 1 to tem'itorl-js otiier%¥lee free froa tlUs Tieet* 

BOW, TnERTiFj Si, It is declared neceeaary In 
order to prevent the furtrior aproad of tlie alfalfa voevll 
In an', throughout tho ^tata of *-alifomla timt a quarantine 
":>e ani the 3an» la hereby eeta'^llshed at the boundaries of 
the hereinbefore desorlbed rer^ulated territory in accrdanoe 
with til p'ovialcma of -action 2 "lab oi the olltloal Code 
of tlie -^tate of California acainst Tho said alfalfa woevll, 
all alfalfa hay and other hay and cereal str«w, alfalfa neal, 
alfclfa seod, baf,r,age, o:rilgrant novables, household rffeots, 
household Inpleraents, oa;.pirir effects, oa-.oini Issple ionts- 
llvo stoclc, r>otatoo3. nu* se"" otoclr, uool alfalfa njeal nlll- 
Inr ::!af;hlnery, and all u;aoiiinery, l.Tiplo i^Mts, Imgs and otiier 
contain :;rs tloat liave been usod in tl\o rxWlinr, "^alin;:., liar- 
vesting or tlireshing of alfalfai railroad oarf, autoiaobilee, 
auto.TOblle trall?V8, ti^oka and other vehicles l-nported, 
brou.-ht, shipped or otherwise tuoved frora said regulated 
territoory Into any other portion or the ^tate of Callfbmia, 



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and no stioh artlcloa or :at :Ti:vl» as quarontln-vl acainat s'l-all 
be I'^r .ittdv-I to .;>aa3 r.-or t' o sai '. qu-'ra'^tln • linos :.o hn eby 
e«ta"jlln>TaU -.rti Tioclal xkI, • ;:^.»r>t aa hei-jlnnftoi" •JT'ovldod, 

Hagulatlon !• Mo i»e«trlotlona ai-o pi \oo I by 
t!il« quarantine on f-.o rnovar-c^.t of tho ocsanod'tlos ? ia artl.'iloa 
•iwUrriernt \ i,aj -oln be twoon nolata rlthln tho aal'l r-"^ ^ilfKte ? 
torrlU>r:^, oxoOiJl: tu t audi cojnodltl^s an'l ertloloa o-l^jlnat- 
lUfT 'n Vat nortloT> of t-i« r v-al?ito^ territory ho nd*i as 
follows: '^ctnnl:!^ at t a lat; rsaoblai or t 'o aoutti !>> 'ila-Tf 
line r>t \Qvvs. i'ljunty ai i tho oallfomla-l^'r'V^'^.a stnto llns, 
f lanoe nartM j.lon sail California-^ova-la str'.te Mno t'^ ^^o nortli 
I'.nt^ -f ToAUBhlp I'O ::orth, . T. :,, th-^noa w at a'-'nt. the 
boimdr^ir:- line "ootroT: i'n-.niah.lpa -"*' ."o?th a -id ?7 o -t^i, ^. I). 
M,, to tVin nortlra^at aoi'Tinr v-)f ToTmshln 26 North, ang*^ 13 
East, " . ■ . *'•, tr.'.^ica anut'. :\lcnr t'-ift rm^^c lln- ■v>two*»Ti 
Ka^ir.on 1" E'iBt ai^l 13 '^at to t le soK^ithwest tomev of Towrahip 
21 iiorth, "''1C*'* ^' •-aat, '. " ,. !.. t'^o^.^e sagt alon;; fie 
bound nr;- line between 'ownc'il-ja 2l Ilorth a -ar! 20 North, ''• ^» 



the noi^thoaat corner or Towriolilp 30 Torth, arige 13 
• ■ . "., t^pnco noiith nl-inr; t^o range line '■j^tween 
1 -ast ant^. 14 jvst to i i9 8o th bounJnr:.^ line of 
. cnr-^t:;, thr^nee eaat oloa-; 3?.i ! south bmi iary 13_n6 of 
t'le point of l;.i^.lreilr\(,; aid hcp^.n. ftT io- 



M,, to 
East, 
:.n 'cer- 
Siorrc 
Slorra 

el3:"iatc}d ao i--tf'OBtod terrlto:\. nro here>>.- TOhiii^.t k' Tv-f.\ ":ov- 

torritory into any ""^rtt ^i of tlie 
of sal i Inf asto ' t-^rrltory, except 



fo a- 



Infeatol 



ing ri"o 

rtate of Califopnia outol'.e 

as haccinaft-:r provided. 



egulatloo f?» Ifalfa liay anl othor* .lay and 
c«ro .1 atr.iw nr\ nlfalfi r. al, o c'opt as horcln p 'ovldsd, fat 
liaa JO on ro»n, aanufacturod or stored In to aal ' i»0£,alated 
terrlto*'*^ is ;eiH5by -':.'0"il*-'.t"d fiv.-. aovinj frrv>. t^io said re- 
t^ulftte ; tarrltory into aiy other portion of t:;e "taf^sr of Cal- 
if or^iia fCii* *i;"ij puT'^oa 6 vf'.atso vor, ni upon tho arrival of any 
auea }iay or stimw or ucal as qua: antined anainat in thia ordar, 
the 3a2i9 alxall Vo i r:edlatcly rotu-'n'^d to t^>o aald re^jp^ilatod 
territory or "oat-^o-^ad at t!if> ontion a:id oxnenae of t».e ov.-.er 
or ovsrarra, his Oi* their; r ^8 .>or.,-:lblc a,-,ents, 

'.Ifalfa meal or alxod neul ..'hlaa ocntalna a"'-f nlfa 
meal 'vlll '^a at^-^ltted Into otv^' nc^t'^'^s of t'v rtaio of Cp.l- 
iforuia froa the saltl regulut i torrltoiv tvosi lallla which ai^ 
ap ^roTOd In wrltlTV^ ^y tie Irootor of " ':rlculttir ne bo'.nc ao 
o nstx-uetoJ end oporotei as U* c rvifor-.i to rde<raato oa-';gt;ard 
raQulA-ocionts for the pi'ov«ntio . of alfali^ waavil iai'eatatlon 



I 



a 

i' 



•.5« 



or 00". ba-sl nation of t.e alfalfa nealj provided, taat all auoh 
alfalfa rieal is sacked and sliippod iT.O'Uately after It la milled, 
suoh nili:. ing, aao'rlnfj an', a'llpr'lnc, to bo done durlnr' the period 
HovOTibar 1 to "^aroh 31 1 px^vldod, further, that •uoli alfalfa moal 
la •!ilpr>dd in now or reoleonal bxirlop ba^a and loado! in tight 
railx^>ad oars w>iioh aro free fioa alfalfa hay, other hay and 
oereal atraw and \/iioh have not been uaod in oarrying alfalfa hay 
to the mill} and provide!, furtiior, tiiat eaoh aliipssnt of alfalfa 
meal, as above, is aooan^aniol b: a oertif icata signed by a duly 
qualified nspootion off loial of tiio county of origin eatabliah* 
ing tlie fact that all the alfalfa seal in t^io ahipoiont baa been 
mlllal, sacked and alilppcd in aooorxlanoe with tiio aboTe roquire- 
menta* 3uoh certificate ouat also siata tlie na&» aid location of 
the cdll whloh sanuf aoturel tho product, the name aad ad ireas of 
t"ie inipcrtor. tiio anjoint of tUo L3po2*tatlon, the number and 
initials of tho ear ontalnln.' t.o shipaeat a:id tho Jate on which 
the olf&lfb loeal was milled, aaoI:ed and ahlpned* - copy of the 
oertifioate caiat be Esalled at tine of shloraent to the ■ Irector of 
Acriotilture, Sao^^i^ento, v^allfor la« Any approval ^raited by the 
1 ireotor of grieulturo to any nlll oov sring the ahipment of al- 
falfa m"»al from that mill, as provided above, may bo rovok '^ by 
him at ar.y time ho is convinced that such mill ts not meeting 
adequate safeguard measures* 

•GulJ^tloB .5. n official certificate oi-^ned by 
a dtily qualified Inspection official of the county of orlpln shall 
aoconipany oaoh shlpioant of potatoes r.rown In or siilpne d, laportod 
or broxj^t froa the said rog l-torl territory nto any othop por- 
tion of tJie -tata of -d lfomla» -uoh oertlfioutes s^mll esta- 
blish th fa^t that all potatods in tho shipment have boon passed 
over a soraon inrnediiitely nrlor to loading into oar, placed In 
naw or reoleanad sacks ant loaded in oai*a that aro free from 
alfalfa liay or othop hay or ooreal straw, on ' t at adequate pp9' 
cautlo'TS liavo boon tal:on to pr vent reinfostatlon or c')n!:a::i' na- 
tion after beiic seraened. 11 shipments of potatoes from said 
regulated tei»rltory not aooonpa:iled by cartifloates as >iarawlth 
provided for or otlierwisa not complyinc v/l th tho above requlre- 
mnta, siiall '-^e re*^ ?d ad.iit aiice Into any other oortlaQ of the 
ntato of -allfomla, aa l tiie oarao shall ha In-odlately r turned 
to tho said regul .ted tor itory or destroyed tit the option and 
expense of t'le owner o* owners, his c tholr rasponsible amenta* 

; e^^ilatlon 4* -11 nixrsary and oma<T.ental stock 
and other plants imported or brought Into any otlior portion of 
tha -tata of Odlfomie froa the aaid regulated territory ouat be 



c*^ 



?aol£»d In fresh shavlnoi, «xeelslor ov otbor suitnbl© paolring 
oxoopt tule, bar or scpftw), or.r! oaeh shlpm nt or lot must 
b« aooCTnpaiilo'^ Irj an offlolal oortlfloato astabllahlnc th« 
fact V\nt <ytkoh packano In the elilpniont or lot haa b«en fiaoi- 
gat«9d for a pertofi. of ono hour for alfalfa waovll In an ali»- 
tl^t onclf^suro. atiboo<»uont to TxJinri boxv-^ \ baled or naokad 
for tranoportetlon, with eyanldo at notoaolum or sodltnn at 
tlio rnte of one ounoe to ooOi ono hundred ouhlc feet or space. 
^1! nttreoi'T' and oma-'ontnl atock aivl other plants aa onunerat- 
ed In this rogrlatlon not aocorrittnled hy certlfloatos gs Isere- 
wltJi nrcrlded for shal? be refueod a'tei3ttance Into an-r other 
portion of the f>tnto of Onllfomla, md shall ho Irtiodiately 
retumM to the said r^giaeto.^ terrltor>- or doBtro:-ed at the 
option ani e^ense of the owjier or owners, his or tliel^ re- 
sponsible agGT.tS, 

Renulation B. Ilo tfilpnant of household effeets. 
or omlgrar.t novahlee, orlclaatlng In said regulated territory- 
shall be broyght Into sny other portion of the State of Calif' 

ornla by anr eo-rrion carreer, person or neraons ur.l ss such 
shlp-Tier.t be aeeonpanled by a o\vom statement rmr'e l:i dunllcate 
by tao owner or shipper in aooordarjoe with tiie following foraj*. 
on Manks^wJileh rrlll be furnished to applleanta by tiie rireetor 
of " * " '" *" 
to 

omite- iin,'. viio oxinor or sei i ciupiioaBee tdesignatoi as copy 
Ho« 2} to be delivered to tlxe oo mon earrler agent, with a 
•peetal cortlfloate a? -ondod, to attsoh to the way bllli 



rj-aniCB wnioii rnxi ne rumisned to applleanta by tiie rireetor 
Agrlnulture, one if sueh doplloates (designate i as copy To.l) 
be billed to the ^Ireetar of Aj-rievature, ^ncronento, Callf- 
»1a, an! tlia other of sail duplicates (deslcnatcyi as copy 



State of 
C^oxmty of 



— ) 
) 




te. 



I hereby soTfnnly stToar that I was present diir- 
Inc tho p^opamtlor for- shlpsient of the household offeets or 
eaigrant movables whloh tliis affldGTlt oeoonpanlos} that ttie 
goods were delivered to the ^g5,f^^3^.-^t XSUCISTJ 

iinjrr5smHHR5«r--!»wr-*« ^ shipped 
— ■r pMtiM t fga y* — " ■f oi v f — 

13afI5ir*8r-5fRSntajrr^***** ^ elfslfa se»d, nnrsery etoek, 
▼egetables or fruit is 'aoluded in the shipoisnt and that no hay. 




m» ' 



«»o«» 



„^w or rail la ».mlu4e<1 fa> nanklig lalwirlal or any r5airr>o««| 
that tno •^ilnm«mt ia moio up of t-?a foll^ln.,: 

II-^i««hoW goods, farta 1-tt>1 nj«nt«, tool«, harnMB- 
farm watons, auto<^T>tlo (:>r*w a lino t^rou-^h Ite a not lioi^ided), 
»tan.la or bo««, llv« •took— j'ff^-gri^y-'-ft"'!— — — 

'^'"'r?P.fpper"or"5"'n«pT'*'" 
Su sorltJOd iTv! awoTO to "before ai>— — — — '— — 

a notary T>u'}iic in and for tha 'tate of«- — « — — — - — - — 

county of this -day of 19 

r!T5€S?»f-ffttTTfI7 

My ownmlsalon oxplroa——— —————— — 19-^— • 

Tao spooial co^'tifioat© frosi ttro owner or- ahlpner 
to t>9 ap-ondod to oo ., »o, 2 almll 'oo in accordiuTCC /Iti; tlxe 
foliowin-: formj 

I hereby a^reo to observe explioitly tixo requiro- 
aonta of tlve ^;i lfo:^ia ua^-antlno rder lio, 8 with regard to 
ha/, etraw or grain, household and acrioultural emigrant :^va- 
bloa and oth t !nat<irlals, ajvl hereby oertlfy that I have nailed 
tlile day one oovy of the forscoln^; affidavit to tJiO ^ Ireotor of 
**jri culture, Sacraraento, ^allfoinia. 

r^IgnSririT — 

Upon the ari'lval at any oocsaon oea»rier station of 
any ahlp-jent of tiie rtloloa enunwrated In tliia rej^ulation auoh 
Siiipaent iiall be hold intact until t e iroctor of igrloultup«, 
hie deputy or doputies, or C e state guaj-ajitlno {guardian of tlie 
district or county in vfhlch such sliipjion- is received, has been 
notified and a ftertifloate of roloase Issued. 

regulation 0, It shall be the duty of all 
eontnon oarrlers to oloan and free of alfalfa itay md other hay 
and oereal straw, all oars that hove been used for the trane- 
porMtlon of livestock or alfalfa hay snd other hay and cereal 






-6. 



etraw. In or t'irou»jh any nnrt of ti« said rogulnte*! tori'ltory 
before t>.e anno ontor an:: otlior portion of too St, to of CpJ.- 
Ifomln, ny an*^ all sn..eh c- -^n fnrul nt jmy nolnt !n t\vo 
flfcatc of C' lifor-ilr <x:tal?lc of the ro(^ili;od terrltojry a«iloh 
hare not ^^rer e leaned aa above shall Tso la ".o<W atel-/ placed 
In •^uerci^tino br the '^Irootor of '{pricul tiu^^ iilc clomuty oi» 
do'>ntl^r!- or '"tnto f tia-^or.tl^nn rHiaM'mie, until all clfalfa 
hny or of'iflr hay or "crenl atr^t? is thorouft^ly eloanod Tvom 
the ear an^ buriied tn '. the c r.r Is disinfected o" storlllzod 
to t ■ ^ 3atl8factlor> of tho ■arantlno Officer »?rlnc ^^ ^"- 
apcct?or, MX bny or stmw f'Tund In cn*fc ti*ar.Bi>ort*r.r, l*^'e 
atook f to any ot^er riortlor o<" tho ''t te of Ca^ i fomi »< ft-on 
or through any p« rt of the reciu?- ta*' ter^'lto*^/ s>ial3 '■>© '©Tri- 
ed to >- ve orletnnted wlthfn tve r«gtilated territory rmr! ehall 
ba arierablft to all the nr-ov's?.;, \j cf th*o or'nr \uij. eb nooc--- 
panled by en official oartlfleato Issued by tha »ort1 cultural 
Cocmlsslcaior of tli© eounty w»-:opo the hay war londc ^ In tli© 
ears establlshinc the faet t-^at the hay was n^^^^""^ ^^^ 8tor«»d 
In n noioi'oculated territory mvl set^in;^ fortli tho lo?-fcllty 
of orlg n* 

Re-mlatlon 7» tTsad alfalfa rjeal milling 
naol^lmry and ot}.or jcchrr. - y ---.il ln;>leriGnt: t at Ixve *'oon 
ufle<^ in t'/? ballnc, -nlllinc, IifirTrestln^ or th^^sljlnr- o* al- 
falfn will be p » -Ittad Intr erxy ot-bor porti'^-. of this f^t. t« 
of Callfbmla fr-j:: t!ie said rafj.lcto^ territory only ui>on 
cocrplianoo wit'- t^e follow*nr p^Ktulpcmonts : i'erp'na oont**^^ 
plfttlnc t ' e iTTporVnf, or brln:;lir Into any othor nortlon of 
the "tats of Califc^ la any of tSio ortlclcg enu-'oretod In 
this regulation afall fli^t Ttilro application to tiT© rirootar 
oi" AgrleultvB»e for a p<jprr±t to do ao, stating in the applica- 
tion t^ : name and eddraae of the exporter, the looality fron 
which the shiprrjnt is ^o be '-imde, a desorlptlcn of the ertloloa 
for w*,lot. n r>o>"ml*- is rocjueotod, tho tcr.ir^^.l -^oiut of delivery 
and the nsine and address of the oerson to whom th/^ permit 
should b^ >dr.t. Any and all n'llp're^ts oi' 3uch -Rc'v^^e-'y c-i/or 
imrlo-'riRts heretofore enunjo f.tod In t'-.ls recila^ilo'.^ Irnported or 
broui^t from tiie anld reciilatcvl territory Into a.iy otlier T'Oi-tlon 
of tf-sa "^tatf* of Cr. 11 foT"^ "fa under Rl'thor^ty of '^e^-rdlt ^ssueA by 
tha ^Irootor of Ac^rioulture s-sall have attached to each a!^p- 
raant a eartif'ert« alf-n'v?. b/ n bily ouallf'ad Inapootion offi- 
cial of t!-j co\inty of origin. sJiowint the nunber of t e oainlt 
to Irr^Msrt ftnd PStablleMnc tne faet tbat all maohiner:,- ami 'pr 
ijq;>leiMat8 Included in tha ahlpcisat iiave baen olaaned and 
fumleatad with h7<flt»ooyanle odd ras befo e baijic loaded for 
ahiirmanty the date and pi ee of fiiBlcatianf and the aaaiut of 
oynnlde used In the f^izd-cetlon of tha shipment oc^ered by tTie 
eartlfloata* ^y and all Slilpments of iaaeMn'^17 and/or 



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f«pl«jronta not menrrvnantmA h-r c certlfie- t© as rrovlder? for In 
tnis reflation shall v9 refused m<br\* ttor)<- into anr o*-j^9r 
portion or tho 3tat» of Cellfwr>ia and UT>on the ar-lvnl of 
any anoh -naoHtn^ir;- anr3/or l-rr-»l«»77«nfcs without a certificate ^ 
Er^^^fi, f'* f:** ""^ •^'^^l "• l-^iodlat^ly retiirned to the 
agent. 



tor-lto**,' at tie uxr>«ji«« of tK« osnier, cortBi^©*? or 



. , , ^ ''->«Sulatlon 8, MatonoMls*, ento-o^iie tvnlTo-a 

trucitt and otbor vehielee fro-, the said rei-iulatcf^ territory ' ' 



or •'f-.lifor la s'lall 



crrivlTif; In teij otJ-or nortlon or the ^'t-.'t* 

•^e plAOe li quarantine by the ' tree tor of c;riculture. hi* 

f^'^i; ?^\^'^^'dK''' "l -^^a^-"-^' f7i*rilan of t'.o -^tat^lot o*. 
ccwat- Into which auch vahlcle arrive until It iiaa bean <!•- 
terrrr.ed oy ^napectlo that tho saie la free from aifiil*-a 
veevii* 

K^,«^v,^i-, *^ ^ogulatlcMi ©, 3«5-a«a eBti»?;rant laovablee. 
nouaahoid effeota^ houaahold Imlenjonta, ea-nlnr «ffecta 
eewlng Iranla-vsnta, uaad fapmlnc 1-plrtnonts md otrtpr field 
tZ -i'; i®"» l.wx>rt.-- p- rr.'.^ht ^nto ary other -^cr tl:- of 
tho^Hrite of vjiijfor la h-j ofci^r than 00— ;n oer.-iei* tra-.e- 
portatlon fron thf> oal-^ re(r\^ntf' tern to?-.- aJiall b© n-»aoed 
In quarantine by tho ? Ireoto- of f^ rvi.evltv.ve , hla dOTiutr o,. 
Jc-'Jtles or <r,arartl-- rtuirdlrn of t o ^latket or oo^mty 
^nto .vrilch ouch artiolea arc i morte ' or 'i-vwirht until 't 
has boar, doten^nod by Inspoctio that t^e aa-« are fro3 
fron a''^rJ f n weerll* 

'^eRulatlor. 10. Mfnlfa aeed will Ijo ort-Tlttod Into 
&.\l otiicv per tier of oalifomla fror. the said re^f.-Jatod 
territory; mlj 'j7hoii contc.lr.ci m bags or r'-ntalnr^o tTMch 
have not been r^rev'lously usoi in th« carrjlne of alfalfa 
prochictii d*:h«i than r-jcleastiod dfalfe aeod, 

. ^^ -11 artlclos at InrlMo from the said reru ■ - ted 

territory mtc at r other portion of California rwat be held 
.)y caa.on carrlor amenta ana not deliysro^ to rto-Mi-no<- -»r 
apnt until Inar'^cted end r^9n9A 1^7 thji Irector of .Krleuitupe 
i^L^f"-^ "^^ ^lo^vitioa, or \r a *ay autr c>rUo>i at^it© cuaranv ne 

,_. ^^ '^^ •ATlBBj.oillty frocj the refoOatod tetrritorr 

into any other portion or ttie state cxf California of any 
!?! 1?^'^ eornodlty eover«l by the forecolng repiUitlma 
•hall be furtlier eubjoot to the proTlaione of any other 



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aft«r be pro.ulgatdd. 

Al2 d«putl«8 of t!ie i^r««tor of "rlrs^Jiltrire an<l 
*1.1 c.e • ouATantlno .^twrdlans are her9>i-? »?™?o\*^r©d to oePTTT 
out ali th« nr.3vl«ioi\« of tala order. 

ThlB order 8h»ll tako effect I r^'xllntel-'^. 



(lov«i^ao» o^ t'"H& -'tfatQ of ^nl'lforilft 

V 1 



ir>'iTr:r, 



rcn 



^U-. V. 



^■■riTf"ii'-ii(inilif'- ■'"''iii'-^ ^-r*)'"-- riTi'ni'iiit'''-"iirrrMriiflrnini'^iir ii-iii iiii n 



4 






F'lUeO 



OPm^artf^ J??"**? of Stat. 
O^ THE 8TATB OF OALlroElfIA 



MAR 1 1 1927 




i 






0, H. Heok«, Director 
Saovamento 



QUARMnrtfT-' OHDE '. NO, 9 (*T«W "92«19b) 
('71th i-egulatioiis) 



^•rtalnlrv;;; to swoet potato vaovll* 

"'■rr!T>.'',\!5- 1^10 Caot has ''>o«n '■latorrnlnad tr/ tho W.- 
roctor of ^c^loult-are tint an 5. laoot injuriaus to itroot potato 
tube^^s Qivl arreot potato pi nta laiovm aa t\o ffwTeot potato woovll 
(Cvloa foi'^ilcarluo. Fa'^.), novr to jind not ho:?otofore pov lant 
or^STstT-ibut'T * In tJio Stnto of California, ex'.sta 1: tu-> •fc.itoa 
of 'lorlda, Tor.aa, Louisiana} anrt In eortali ooimtloa In t'le 
Stato of ■'l»9l33lp;^l, to wit: Jaolcaon. 'ari»laon, iar.eock, earl 
r;lv«r an.i Ooor*ge; on* in oo.'tatn emintlaa In tlio ot^ita of Jkla- 
honc to wit: Jaol:80%, ofraraon anti Ste->ho-'.Bj an! In ooi'taln 
eountioQ 1:1 t'Tft 3t;\t3 of Ala->a.Ta, to w<.t: Jorrorson. 3- Idwln 
and -lobllo; an-', "a a oortaln count,: In t a "tat"' of Ooo ^jjla, to 
wit: Chariton; all of which bolng horilnaftor rof e^'r-a 1 to aa 
Irvfaatod territory, jid tint awaot potato tubara ( IpoTooa '^ata * 
taa ), and parts t^-"^r©of and •••ot potato planta, v naa, outt- ' 
Tne*, irawa axl alirs, duil njomln.: glorlea ( Inoraooa a^.d Jonyol » 
vulus apn.) aci"^ v:x ..t uilosco.r'eii apn.) aro "l^.artie to b« oarr ora 
ikT: ' BW03t potato woovll Into dlatrlotc ot'bar".7l30 fr-oo ? 'O . 



oT 

sal ' WOC711* 



"TT, T ":.:■::", it \a deoloi^d noooaaary. In 
ordOT" to prevmt tfio lntro*luctio-; of aald aweot potato weavll 
Into CallfO'^ln fiat qaaraitlne bo anl t'lo oa te la '-/sroby 
eatabllshod at the ruh-vlarlaa of t .o "^tnte of Cilifor.ila In ao- 
eord-c:eo wlt'i tho p^'ovlalona of r.oatlon ^lOb o"^ the :'olltloal 
Cole o* to ^'t.-ito of Gnllfo. I'.a af^alnat tho taiJ awe it .■»^tato 




no such plants or tvs-jra or parta theroof shall bo pomlttod to 
pass r»vor tha quarantine linos no hox^V- estahllahad ivnd nro- 
olal-jod, except .mdar and sabJo«t to tiib follrWug regulations: 

Pte,;-.!:- tlon 1« S- o'tt potato tuhora (' •^or.oen hata - 
taa ) anl parts t-.?-'Oo'', swo^t potato plan to, vinoSj^ outtl.iso, 
TT^v/s a::d sllpo, an.' r:omln,~ glorias ( lpo"X) -a and wonv o ■ v-Uas. 
•T>-».) and jmna 'tloaoorea aop.) that "lav- boon cJ^-'vn, jiuoiced 
or atoi'e ' In tho sal \ i j'osto \ to Tltory ar« her^s^r/ proJilb'tad 
entry Into Cjiiifbrnla Tor an;' pu pose wi^tso^var r..d a::y such 
articles as prohibited entry In thla ronulatlon ar -Ivliic in 
Ca:ifomia from the said lnfeate<l territory s'lall be Im^odlately 
sant out of the state or destroyed at the ortian and aacpanse of 



Iin^li llrtlTM iiTI 



•8« 

tlie ownor or ov.tjors, hla or t'lelr raaponal'nl? a.5a-it«. 

n^gulaticoi 2. .^wo«t ootato tubors ( Ipomooa bata- 
ta£) and parta thereof, an«1 awoet potato plants, vlnea, outtlnga, 
draws and allpa, nn-i yama ( T ioaooyea ap-'.) that have not bean 
grown, packed or atored in tho aald infeated territory will be 
admitted into California only upon fjorr^llftiioe nth thn follow* 
inz 00 idltfor.a: 

^iaoh ani av«r:' lot or ahln.Tjent of T-rtorlal ad-.laa- 
ihXe under this pygolation aSioll bear a.A official oortlfloate 
8lgn-3i "b' the luly rathorlsM 'nspeotlon offi.o5al of the etata 
In which a«7!« o-'lj^li-aatoa entahllahlx tho faot that all th« 
tuiitcHLal oontalnod in the lot or ahlpraant waa grown, packed and 
stored in a dlatrlet fr»e frcr: sw«at potato waovil. 3uoh oartl- 
flonta shall atta tho nur^ar o* paokag^a in *,ho shipment, \7hera 
grown, tho na-ae a-jd addross of th^ grower, tlio nasio and ad!raaa 
of the ahlp-^er. the point of rf^lpnant, tho taralnal point of 
delivery a^.i the na-nfj and adlreas o^ oonalf;;nee» "•>■ oot^v of s loh 
eertlflo te s'tgII bo laalled by a!ilp->er. In advanoe of ahlpnxant, 
to tho IHrootor of AgPloulturo, Soo-a-aeeito, California, "ny and 
all lots or ahlpncnta of fr.o cirtlolea onumat^tad in Gals re^Tula- 
tlon arriving It Caltfor ?.a -.Ithout tii-! oertiflcito aa nrovldod 
'■or s'TQll 'r>9 lirno'^lataly sent out of tho state or deatroyofl at 
the option and oxp9n»e of the owner or owners, hla or their rs» 
sponaihla ug*nt8* 

The ad3l8slhl''lt:r Into the 3tat« of California of 
•ay artlQlo or oorsioHty covaroi "^7 tv) foregolnr: rog-ilstlcns 
•hall be furt t«r subj^ot to the provisions of any other cniarantln* 
rules or rogulatlons now In foroe or whl-^h nerr hereafter bo pro* 
atuljyifced. 

All daputles o' t!-ie J Ir 00 tor of Agriculture and 
all itato c^tarantlne guardians an her>eb-/ enpcmorttd to anforoe 
all tho provisions of tiilo ordor. 

This order shall tQ!:o effect l-nod lately. 




AP'motBTi djd^l_l^^ ■ 

B^V^gnei^ < ! >f ' ^fe^ i^t-^to of Uallfomll 



ISSUED I 



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BXICUT1VB OFFICI 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



G H HKCKE. Director 
SACRAMENTO 



kUARAHTIIT 0?mBR HO, 10 (Hew 
("Tlth 'egulatlona) 



3erloi) 



PertalnlnK to Citru* I'Thlt* Fliea. 

r/TiE' EA3, The fact hae been detezmlnod 
>>7 the TlT.«otor of ".crleulttire that an Inaeot Iriown as 
rialeurodee eitrlfolil. :or,-;an, Injiirloua to oltiiia troos 
an^ citrus rMaitT, oirlsts Ir. the 3tnte of Florida; and 
tl;at an Lneoct laiown as citrua white fly ( Dlaleurodei 
oltrl. ohn, ), Injurlouo to cltruo trees, clfcrua plants, 
;.n. othe^ trees and plont^j exists In the i^t-ttsof ,rki?n- 
SQ8, ?onne«see, iJo^^th Carolina, oouth Carolina, Teo^gla, 
riorlda. laba^A- Isslsclp 1 I-oulslana, and Texas, all 
of whioh are inelxided in and hereinafter referred to aa 
the Infested texTltory; an^i t i-t certain mirsory stock, 
troos, plants- ohruos an-.! vines liorelnaf t'^r sneelfled, 
arc Iciown hosts or foo< plants or possible oarriers of 
tlie above mentioned insoots* 

Nav TFrEP-pORE, It is declared necessary 
in order to prevent the further Intro Juoti on in'o t'le 
"tote of California of J laleuro<le8 eltrl£olll m-ul -da- 
lou-oaos oitri . tiiat a qiiarantlno 'je V.ntl the aarne Is^^-e- 
Dy octabllshed at the boundaries of t-io tate of California 
In acoorda oe with the provisions of ieotian C'olOb of Vys 
'olltlcal Code of the .tate of California aeainst-said 
^^f^o^-"^:^Q» oitrlfoUl. and Ljaloxtrodes oitrj. and acalnat 
all the lercinnft r snoclfle^ nursery stooETtroea, plants. 
shrubs, vines anl outtincs thereof, isapoi'ted, ahipned or 
broug'.it Into the ot :te of California from the sal l" Infest- 
od territory, and no T>iil urodos eitrlfolil or Hal u roaeo 
cltrl, and no siwh mirsers stock, trees, ploz.ts,' a^nruU. — 
vines, or cuttings t}«r -f- as Quarantined against in this 
order, a'.all be permitted to pass over the said auarruntlne 
lines so horebv eatablished ar>i proolalnoil, excent un.ler 
and sub Joe t to t-.e fo'lowir^. regulationa: 

^^•««»lation 1, .11 tie following nui^aery 
■took, trees, pl.-^nts, aJiruns, vin^s or auttincs t>»r^of 
as snecifiol in ♦■'lia rec-ilatlo", hosts or food nlanta of 
Lialourodes eitrlfolil or ^Lalourodeo oltri . ani aiiy othor 
cnat ray hor artor ly declared a hos t, areTieraby prohibited 
•ntry into the 3t.Atim «r r!«n^««.««- #s,l^ «..,^ -_« j*^.li-_r_i^ 
terrltox^t 



I**. - « ^iT"' • "** ^» =^« iTor^nj pronioi 
tate of California from tie said infested 



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Si^i 



EUCUTIVB CFFICS 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



G H HECKB, DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



TJ^RAHTIir O'^TDETs HO, 10 (Jl«w 3erloa) 
(olth 'legulatlona) 



^ t'le 



i^ortalnln- to Citrua "7hlt« Flies. 

vniE'EA.s, -The fROt ha» '^eon doter-ilnod 
TiT.iMsto^ of \rTleultur« that an Insect Icxown at 
rirecto. or -sr -q^,,^^ injurioua to olti-ua troos 



r talerirorlea eitrifolil . < 
an' cUrua -^laitn, orris 1 3 



i': tfie 3 trite or ■•lo-lc^a; and 



cttrl -oh'.) mjurlouo to cltruo troca, cltrua plants, 
^T^^-^e° trios an-l plant, oxlata In tho at^tOBof r.crn- 
3Q9 -o^ne«eo' ^iS-^h Carolina, ^outh Carolina ^^o-gta. 
-iori'C 1^'m^i laslanlp-l l^iatana. ^^^ ^^fi, all 
of whlo^ are Inriuded In aiU hereinafter i^o^o^i^.^o J« 
?L irJoated territory; ar^i fi.t -•'•J«^,^;^2l?l«f ' 
trooa, nlonta, ahruoa and vl-.as '^^^^^J'^^ •^fJi^l^o^ 
Se teionn ho.^8 or food plants or possible earriera of 
the a' ove men timed Inaocta. 

H(y (jnTpoiT^ It la declared nocoaaary 
m order to prevf^nt f,ho rui^ther i-^^'^,^'^^?tlon in o t!» 
^trte o^ Cciiforaia of i ialouro<les eitri^olli . aail ^- 
loS 4loa Oltrl. that a qcinran Ur;r -:^ nrA tKo aa.-« ir^-e- 
^fiti^^.fsHll'at the bSrvAavie- of the ;f ^ «.??,, ^a. If om la 
in acoorda oo with the proviaiona of ^action -^1?2 ^t/-^ 
Political Code of the -t^ite of Callfo-ila a^alnat aaid 
rii ou-oles oHrifolil, ancl .aalou-olea citrl. and agalnat 
iit tf/o 'elc THlTr-F-ipSoif l e' l nurso-y » toc5proes, planta, 
ahruba, vine, an.l outtlnfia tiieroof l^-'ted, fii'^Jl^-'f^-J^. 
b"our'^ Into the -t :te of California f-on tho sail Infeat- 
od^r'u^;?, and no !-lal.urodos oitrifoli; or lifj^^ 
cltri, anri no such nureei- atoclc. trees. P^^^ljr* f'^'^^, 
vIHea. or nuttlnga t:>or -f, as -jarantlned artal^iat 1- t.-ls 
order s:.a11 be ^cnnltt^cl io paaa over the »^d jiuaru.it Ine 
l^noa ao hereh- oatabllahod ani proclaine<\, oxcont under 
and aubjoet to tie fo^lowir^. regulatlona: 

.egulation 1, .11 the foUowln,; nu-'aory 
flfcooV treoa nlnnta. il.ruba, vin-a or owttinga t'ler of, 
is on^clnri'ln thla'i^^.latio:.. )xoata or fool Planta o^ 
IM^lourodea eitrifolli or .-:aleurodee oitri ^^^^-^ypjl^^j^. 
vTa*- nav har after Se ' d eclarol a hca ^•,"f7oTiei-^^ pr<riiinitod 
entr into tho 3tate of California from t .e said In^jstod 
territory J 




«>2# 

Allajaa:icUi ( \llamnda no?!' folia ) , 

Ooxwood 
aoxvood 
Burning 
3utto 

GltiM» (OrdUirii, ten- -, citron, cPii-:y^Ti'ui.t, 
kunquat, tQ^-^er-lne -^nd all '.tt.er 
spec lot 3ult<.vat«d In Arnotlsa), 

Col'f*.-* ( Coffea a:- o--^iea ). 

'Jngl Ish lv7 re ora ?xoUx ) , 

Kacallonla ( ;- sr ^.llonla an ,). 

Oreen i-«h ( I'raxlnuB xa-tooo?ata). 



Lilae 



Maclean orcm^.* ( '.alaya taruata ). 

^•Gr, CMltlvatedTT^^ sppTTT ^ , . 

Paralcnon, Ooniiiaa ( rioapyroa virginisna). 



^aralnnon, Japanese ujTna.v t-'^'^^ iiil^jb.'/, 

?rl^'-cl7 .sh ^.iL^^Zli-iHJ £lava" '^^^^'"^-^-Q ^« 

Prlvfiti ( Li.matr £ a->-.l". 

Quince, .TAnm^oso { Jliaono viaa |ar>oniea). 

Scrub Pallet to (^^aiml lef-aoa^DaT . 

S^illax ( ' ml lax ffn-^.")- . , . ^ 

TwEas u>iTyroTTa Tx-oe t -olia vinVuc ai.o.i3.^.3^). 

TOTon Ciiriat^ias 3eT''»v i?notinia arowi-Xiii^'* 

Tr-..- of :i«&v«n { Aila-.tlius altlasl la). 

Tmrapot Flower { T-ppoutot-.la venuata T. 

Vlbumvca ( yibi;r:ixc a nuduaT 7 



Watar oak ( Quorcr l nigra ) , 
Wlltl Ollvo or i.c-.llJo;?d { o*\2..it\ 



lU 



£ &2S2Il2£SH^* 



imla 



v«guiation 2. .11 tiae follo-vliig nurso^^y 
stock, trees, plants, ahmba, vines or o-ttlnga t^^°f» »• 
apeoihod in thlo regulation, poaalble earrlera, Wien la 
follaire. of Dlalourodea oitrifolll or rial-urodos eitri. 
age hf 4-07 prohiblU^ ealr:, inio th e ^i^.io of 'JallT^I^ 
from t:.3 sail 1 fee tod tor.itory unleas sav have ooen 
eoi^latalT dofoilcted at polat of orlijin: 

Dlaokborry (Rtt^>us app.), ., ^ ^ 

BoatoQ ITT ( ?arlhenoeissus triouspidata ). 
Canellla ( Camoina japonloaT. [ 

Cherry Laurel (fVunus Lauroeeraaua ) . 



Daphvie (2^i2lH^'' ^''•^^^•^y ^, v 

Bnglsa Iloxly v ^ 1 ^ amilf.^llunt . 

Oroolan Aurol ( I/tiurua noi>lll« ) , 
Tion»y»uoklo ( '.onlcer» gp-*. ), 
Ivy GeranltL-a I 'oiurfioniLLn i peltavraia; , 
/©a •amine ( J^sn^To-a ■?"'•) » 

Horoton iia;, nTTTI'ci^ -acrcovjii^) , 
Trj;TVo''n5ro.op3v T :''.ar.:pala rndloetna ) . 



Regulation 3. -1"'- a' Ip :>-!t3 or lota of 

r'c- o1 ?2iiur-i^ent''at'poiat of deatlnatlon and not 

dr-^livJrii to oonai^ea or agent until i^P««*^®^^^^^„^'*- 
?• ■*-*"\; . . _ -J iTT,, ^ r-^/Miifciva. Ilia '^armt" or -la- 
leased 

p tias, 



^1 



, - c xi'-e^i- r ■pioultiii'd, "1» '^aputy or -la- 
or >3y a diav oiitlioriaod it to c'lifti-antliie Gua,Mi.an. 

.egulatiorx 4. Any a"^ •'ll aiip^^^to of 
«-,-..-*..' .♦-^ftk t-o^s nant- raiiba, vines or cut ii^^ 

?n*^'e^..* ?;rrIS?^. in rl.l-- ^. of or not -aiy ooi^lylnc 

? M?tt«^ Shinto- ont cr^ -^ ^.tate or ^^^^^-^jT^l^^. 
optlori rmd axn-rise of t.e owner or owners his or ttiolr : e- 

T^.e ftA''*'-3**^'"'1t3' f*»om the sai "^ ?jii*aet©d 
f%-''fcoi'7 *ito ♦■/Ve 3tntc of .altforrJLa of any nursery 
iJ;^,: .Za3a nlr'ts. »h-u->«. vinos or eunt?JU-,s t'.i«roof, 

SSbj^t'lo V.e%'Ovi8l^^ of ar.y °*^'-^^. ^^^^^^t^^^T^S^ 
Siis or rogulatlons now in foi^o or w.doh my J^rea- tor 

bt -procaulcitad. 



— t — 



turo and allSta*;© tin 'Kiai«rt5.a!-:« c:r« h^re'jj ora- 

po\yoro;i to ean^ out all tio provJsio-o of tiiia oMer, 

Tlxls orde. shall talco of foot IrraodlnteXy, 



^4 

or '• 



"ii'oc or of -ijrieol i^i 



A^?rtO'.'-T>: 






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'rrc: P. ]Pr7, 



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PIU^O 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



RXSC'JTIVS ornol! 



G H HECKE, DIRECTOR 
SACRAMENTO 



QUAIIANTIHS 



orusR so. U. (H«w r>orie«) 
"Ith *'-^culQtloni) 



♦ertalnlnr. to Cltl^t ^^lt« TTly In CnllfOTTila. 



'?}!EP.i;'8, The fact has been defcer-i'.nod b^ t' e 
ri3»eet-.oi' of ^Tvicxilf.'-e Vton ari inaaot knovm ra cltr?'.s 
w; Ite fly ( IlRleur odoa Citri , ahra, ). Injurl'n'.n tn c^*-rus 
ti'Q<.a aiid o?;"li='r ti'aTs aluT^uTanta , exiBts In cortrtn here- 
inafter d«an-i\>e-^ portloriii of tlie State of Cal^fOT'-laj and 
fchft certain nu^aor;- a iock, troaa, olanta, 8hr«i'^s ori vl-'.cs 
horeinafte" sneci "lad are k>.io\vn rioata o^ rofy\ ->1ant? or 
possi'^c carriers oi' tlio above ;.iantlo>-!ft i i-!9'?«tf 



ir'V t: 
order to pr 'vsnt the fu 
fly (Tia'oaroiea citrl , '.3l:r^» ) , in and thrr>u~hout f\c 



\ It J s decl ire'l mcnss~-^r. In 
■ Boroai of the cltTnia '?^lte 



4* c 



a'T'oT 



ta t~r,t "a cua^'antina be ^nd tho aa-w is ho:^b7 
oatablls'.ied it t\-:* ^oani':r -^j o," t .) .i-jrolnaftcr iC30:'*b©d 
lafoatod territor. in acooelaiioa with the nT^vlalona cf 
•Jectlon 'J-l.?!!) of t.-.o 'olif -Jul o'.c of ths 'tato of Calif- 
ornia o^aiiaT said citnia .vliite fly ( L ialeii-'o doa oltx'i . 
-alia.), an 1 agalnat all t ■ r, -ov. .ftor- zn-^a . ^-.Of' nnraory 
atool:, tress. plaitT, aluuba, 
lr:i?or'"i !^ 3''iiP:30d or Qt;irr»;ia 
desoi'".>od I'u'eat ; I tojTito^^y 



vinda ana cuttl'-ga 
9 i30v>d f7*o»a '.ie "^mral 
into any other portl'^n 



t .<y(3'>f 
-tor 



OJ 



t\o 



St- to of Calif oral/i onl lu- uucn nuraery sto^k, tro^^a, plants, 

utUia5;£. fie.vooi aa qua^^ntln-flr. fi'. st tn 

said oua~"ar.- 



a'irubs, vlnna or 



tlila ortl>r, ajuill be poitidttei to pasa • ov t;ho 
tine l'„i\es BO heroby estfc'-flis .od and p^-ocl.airned, 
uztdei^ jui'^ irubjrot to t'e faiiowiaii regulatlnnas 



C3rCGT»C 



*6eulatlon !• Tnfeated territory: 11 t'.et 
nortion of the founty of ''acrar.ento, InclucLinc the cltv of 
baora onto bounded ts follov.p: leRinnln- at th- ."unction 
of tho ''-.aer^ OR'! Ivor in"", t.c Cacranonto Ivor? thi^-i*?o 
80'J!t'-"T'''', :* 'vn t^ • oaet 'oauk o. ta? -acrnviento • iver to tJie 
Sutterviilo 'oad; thoneo rate^'ly olonr eald fhittervi!? ■» o 
roe J to the T rcopct ronl; thoiv::o acut'ierly alon au" T '^eo- 
oort roa? to fie " r..itrtdcij -'o-Jj t:.e:i«e >uBterr/ aio 
aaid "r^'iit^ldgo road to tlio Power Inn roaij t le ce r.w»* tiiarly 
alon; sa'd ?ower l\r\ roaJ to t e Folaora roadj thcioo due 
nort?* from tlie Ju.iot on of Kio .'owar inix road and olaon 



•8. 

roa<i to th« ^m•^loan • iverj tnone© wo«terly alonr. tlia 
ooiiti> rink of th© Araerloa i 5ver to t' e nlaco of be^l-n- 

- ^. , '^l that nortlon of Yuba Cotanty tnclu'lert 

In thn lnco"?povrte lln5.ts o'' th^ elt;-^ of r^revfjiQ r^j^a 
rlftsftT'l'^od at follows: Co --<©nrlnc at a nolnt om tn« south 
m-^k of .uha i ivor op-HJc^to : streot 1.. said clfcv; thonco 
fr^rr.: to noutv. barjk of pair'! -*.ver to -he (^cntor of t'ont-xer 

vorj fion-c ixp t*'^ efi-tf!T» of : e fv>»^r " *vcr to r nc^-t 
op-o9^te nixteanth ■tT' o In srJd clt-r t'enro orst©"^!-'- 
n^onr ^^v- -o'-th 1* e of snid tirtee-^th Bt^o-'t to ■ utr^^t 
nf 89 ' ^;1tyj th«nc« northorlv aion- t\-n nest I't of i 
«tr«9t CO the northv.est. cor-ior of 3ub»2r>or.n ot 6 ' p~:^ 
r? '•^►-ice eaPte^ly to t:v oii.^ c- da of tn^ i©v<4 aa'now 
loeatecl by orI/' elt-? tN»rMse elonr the utrp B*d<^ of m^^ 
levati \mtil It Irterancta tbo ..«oiYn»8 V^li^' -oai or ^r-^^ie- 
t'on^e alone t^**^ ^vtre.-jo ncivn antarly ninr' of ea^-' -r'^wn'a 
Vrlle-^- i»c art ov g^-r'rifl to n voint winr'e snlrf 3rown»B ' '' o- 
To-x-^ ov ^m-'e 5^,t.eraect« -iwr-s-/ 8tre<«-j t>i«»r.eo <5r.e e-^'th to 
tJK Bovth bErk of t^'O \,\i.V,u ivfo-i t-H^-ce plori'" ^>o s-^utti 
"bft'J- of 'iHiba f'ivnr to t^-o nlace of boir^r.r.ning, 

.*11 that poi'tlon of Sutter Coiznty, 5.rir.:ud- 
lr.£; TUba *-!*>/, ■•oim'leci f^a "ollows: r>erlnnlr^/ at t'e -^o'nt 
vtter© the nr«t>i»rly brmndaxt- of Vube City lolnn fne v';Bt 
h#nk of t'm "'enthf>?* ^iv-r; 1." once • QistevV "ni-jir ;--i.- 
er»v.*->*rly >vnnd ry of VUba Ji t^r to Y'lKclin rr«f!."tv.Jnce 
weat^rly alone aalri rrrj-iVlin ro^irl to fi*? '"•nafcott r^oa''* 
th«ncft nort' e^ly r.lcnc Baid C^r.atott road to t^.o "--^use' 
Tv-irdj f !.tico easterly alo?\f- said 'oaae rctid to the It^a 
rity-Cla.-o St tr. ::i;}r«ayj tlm.co du« east trcm t^o !u:us- 
ticn of t\e r>e«iB<.- road an-i the Tuba city**^ hlco rst^t© "Ilrh- 
wey to tli© WRst bank of the Feather "lv*«»rj t^ienco Eout^erlv 
alonr; the rnnt •\nnk of tt.i VO: t''.e!S(» .I -.^"sr so -Tnftc o^" ')0- " 
glnni*ir, 

-vegiaation .", .11 of fa f^:iwYl;a; nu-aery 
stocii, treea, planta, a^i S-)b vl v3s, or 0-ttlnca"'th6r'>of 
as specified in f<lB j»'^'^ilatio->, hosts or foo<l pla'its of' 
MalBwo l»B ffit.rt. , ani any ouhar that <t«^ h-r^Miftar be 
a90laj»eti a host, are hereby .prohibited fi'^^.i movLni ■ "<«i 
«!• aai i infested territory into eny other soHtio- ^ t\c 
Stfte of California! 



•3. 



AHa-ai.ida (gie - j_ ^yr'VufQl lu) , 
!)«nan« snru^ (_^ ■ _v Jill'^il^' » 

Boxwood (-A1XJ19 j^i\ .j^na). 
Boxwood, Bocr.jori ryuicus a riinorvlrena ) , 
Him^n^ .•^ish ( -->^.-:-a'>'. '. ooci' 1:. : jt ) , 

Gap« J©9«n?nlne ■ ^"a--'TT:-rTa ^a ■ >_j>, 

China •>«?♦ ( 'all^T ^v"'' -- a-'.i i, ' 

iMnquat, t:-iK?^rtne antX all ot iir 

8:? .^c i 3 s ". -'.l '^ iva tod iT V :«yioa ) , 
Cof?0c ^:Jo^•^Of\ .^ • -o'Lca}, 

A QC."'. Ionia ( . 3"n.'-"l ;:uL a B^p.'i, 

.€.\uniatj..ai8 ^ _;iT:v.,':i.v., _2inj*ji ^ , 
Lilac ( ^frt -,:a a:' -«). 
' \eT. loan '>rvn|ro ( i-\--'l.a^'a tg^v.ato ) , 
"Tio>ly .^«}i ( .:.a.vfv;^::vl:gi cjl!r. va-^o; - c al i a ; , 

rivots ( I guat'in^Ji app, } . 

"cnxb ' alnttto (::> 'cl ■.f^.^pcixi-pn )^ 

"nllax ( _; .11 ay. ^^7777 

•?aj:i3 : lalVi'cl " a ."",0 l el?." st'-' jTT.euIllor-..,:.s ) . 

Vnvoa H} :!-iat;-iQa Davr-' i_[^-otl.n*n a:-'"hutifollft ), 

Tr^e of i-eavan (m;-*:^--r r.:^ 'x&.-l- i.\' 

Trxuapoi. flower (^"'vi- oatt-g-' t- vec:uBta7 . 

7r«;u"num ( VlV i : -na - " 'ri! i x-.^ ) , 

■^ater >ak y . ue' ; --'.-^ I3c^ ' t 

' lltl Olive o:' -e i-v.-oi ( e. ;a--t!'>aE a K^rloanue). 



11 ef -ttx© followlrw. murseiy 



R©fi:alctlori 5. 

atocl:, tre-^a, pl.-.nts, sh-"i'.bs , •.'■res o- c.-.tiinsa t"::o'oof, ps 
■ncnif If 1 In i±iir r<^r"lr;*-lor, ^^as^Me earr ri»8 vher. In foli- 
age of :■ lal ouroaee o ^ '. :-l . ar -> hcro'T proii^V'lted fi-onj t^vln^, 
fiioia t i'S ." a ' '1 !"■ To - to-:! 'ierrl tory ir.to an;'- fjtrx^r .o^t' n of 
the "t'ita of i^'lfor'^'a unl ^or; n^i-e hr.vo ^>o«T' ccti;^lotoly do- 
fo2iatod '<t point of r ii-lr.: 






Ch«ii»r L \{?el t ^ runu^ t au -• '?^ -e"y' lua ) , 
Ct*p •)' '»yrtle ( ::.i^ ■t:tT''ov "ia so r.T7 
Tapfsne ( I:cn';'y-7 o^.'ii^. 



nfXlah Holly ( Ilex agulfollua ). 
OPm^y Httrop^on C VltJii vlnirgra ) . 
Qrdclan '^^lurel ( . ■iiui'us iiobills T. 
IlaiovBucklo ( Lonioera ap . ). 
Ivy G«x»anluin ^ Pelart-jCTilun poltatiin j . 
J«a«anln0 ( .Taeriiman ap» ) 7 

oek Ollvo ( in^ ^£ "0 LirolLninna), 
Ho^'oton Bay ^ig ( Ficua y^ 9i' ; opEylla). 

:yrtl9 ( ^tU8 corpunic }. 
Olea nder r-^erTvya 01- CLnller ) . 
Oregon G--ape v :*IStQn,ia aq ulf ollu.j ),. 







■^uincOj "'a-)..-ioce [ C'.a 'a no lelaa 4apoix:'..oa ) , 
.03a ( :osa spi).), 
Truas>e£ "^r'^opoi' ( CanpsiB radlo:i:aa ). 

0C?.?.la*:ivn 4, "11 shlpaants or l-ts of 
uu-aer,. stocic poi'-nittcd v^-U"^ liito oL ^ei* pox*tions of t .0 
■-tat j or? Oollfornla fir>M t: iial ' l:r?e3t '3 toirs^ltoir under* 
rogulatlon 3 iioraol' ^fla:/u ba lialu ly^ co!!tiOii coi'-lar ugants 
at poi t of dootlnubl:-! u..i aot dollvore.1 to ecnaignoe or 
ago it until inapoctod an ^ relcaaad by the i-ir^otor* of "s^l- 
cxilturo, .Is uo.)uty f<v Ij.-.itl 0, ot" by a dvilj authorised 
'"tate ^;a^Qntl^9 'hiardlan. 

egulatlon 6, i'jxj and all ahipoonta of 
auraor- citook, traca, yla.:w_, shruba, vlnea or outcln^s 
theroof, arriving:: In any other portion of the Otate of 
Califo-.Mia fro:., tio aa' i..i , 'iQd teri-itoir i^^ violation 
of or not fully cos^ilyir.^ with all tl-ie provialona oC t lia 
cuara:-.tl \ ahall '>e i :"' t :ly rotumod to tl\e oaid In- 
feated territory or deatroyod, at tho ontion and oxponae 
of t'lo owner or owners, ' ' •; fnolr roaponal" lo agonta. 

Tho e'1~!.srl''^»"'lty from tlio aali Infested 
tor^ltoi-y Into an;, of-.-^!' i>u- lion of the ^tate of California 
of any ittraor:' atoc'r, trees« plcuita, ahr-aba, vlnoa or cutt- 
Inga tnareof, aa ocv©'-^^* by tho fox^egoinc regulation, sliall 
be iMrther aubjoot to the -rovlalona of any other quaimntine 
orfler, rul^a ot regrlations now In force or w^-;ioh niay licre- 
after be nro-nul^ated. 



.5. 
All dffputics or the llroobor of A^trloiiltur* 
to oflUTy o-:, all til a oi^dor, 

Ttxla ordAi* s i ill ta-^© of Coot l; ^o Uateij. 



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gcvor-r -^ I'': "c/i^ ^;f g alifori! 



in3TTI.rt !:srch P, ' c.-- 7 , 



All daputics of tb« rireot«F of Aitrloultvxro 
anA all ^tu.t9 'quarantine 0.4ai-l'.an« a.x'& ^xareoy o^por/ei'dd 
to ottinry oui all th* proviuio isi of thia order, 

^Zhla ordoi* S'mll take «f foot LaieOiatAly. 



Elr«ctor of '-z^ic-lt-u.-^ 



k: 



dovarnor or t a "*t-to or walirn 



mia 



T'',TT"^» 



liarch 9, ' 9f^7. 



712 




PILED 



i;/VA'I?.'5roffi^SS 



MAR 1 1 1927 



OF 8TA> 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



riscoTivi o>vi'-» 



C, H HEC^KE DlKr-iTO:. 
SACRAMENTO 



QUARAlITIir: ORDEf; NO. 12 (Hew Series) 
(With Regulations) 



i'ertalnlng to nut tree Insects. 

'.'■HK'nAS, The fact has been determined by the 
Director of Agrlculti.ire tiat dangerous insect pests known 
as pecan ler.f ease bearer ( Acrobasis nebulella) and pecan 
nut case bearer ( Aorobasia hebescelia ) not known to occur 
in ths State of California exist In soveral states of the 
United States, and tliat all varieties and spoclea of nick- 
ory pecan and walnut trees (Hlcoria sp. and Juglans sp.) 
are' liable to be carriers of tliesc Insects : 

NOV •rrSR'T'OKE, It is declared necessary, in 
order to prevent the introduction of the pecan loaf case 
bearer ( -^er obasis n^bulel'a ) and the pecan nut caso bearer 
fAnrobaala 'lebescel ls) Into the State of California, that 
a"quarantinG be, and the same is hereby established at the 
boimdaries of the State of California, in accordance with 
tho provisions of Section 2.3l9b of the Political -odo of 
tho State of California, against all trees and plants and 
parts thereof, includins fcrafts, cutti-ifis or scions, of 
all species and varieties of hickory, pecan and walnut 
(Ilicorla sp. and Juglans sp.) imported, shipped or brought 
from any anl all states aad districts of the United States 
east of and including tho states of Montana, "/yoming, Colo- 
rado and New Uexieo, and no tree or plant or parts thereof, 
Includln., grafts, cuttings or solona, of any species or 
variety of hickory, pecan or walnut y llicoria ap. and Juglans 
sp.) from the aforementioned area shall be permitted to pass 
over the said quarsuitine liies so hereby established and 
proclaimel, except under and subject to the followinfj regu- 
lation*: 

Regulation 1. 3ud wood or scions of all 
species and varieties of hickory, pecan and walnut (Hlcoria 
gp. and Jur.lans sn.) from those states -md districts of the 
United States -^ast of and including the states of ?Iontana, 
VTyomlng Colorado and Now L!e::ico, may be imported or shipp- 
ed into the State of California in llmitod amount, only 
when a nor-ilt has been issued by the Uirector of Agricul- 
ture. Persons conte .^plating the in9)orting or briiiging into 
the State of California of any such bud wood or scions 
from the aforementioned area shall first make application 



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of AKrlctature for a permit to do so 
oi .^gi iv-' — , fifirtreas or tl 



to the Director o^ '^f ^^Si t^o nl^e a^d address of the 
stating m the applioatl^ont.e name ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

exDortor the l^;.^^;^^^^? tit ion desired, and tho narie 
rrown. the amount of ^-^^^rT^+ha Stats of Gallfomlft 
SHS-lresa o^ fao ^^^':^^;J^ '^e;^?s lasu.d 'oy 
to Trtion the permit shoulu ^-^,^°Vt ^nac^ fv th3 a:iio;mt 
S.a ri-r'°%:^ "f ^«^\*r3 °iSr'^n°-^athod of 3I-.IP- 
cf th3 i:!!portation, :^^2./^\:.^t ^ followed as a condi- 

fif, s%^.?ry^-rLrro/'cf aoronffo. *ioh -.^t is 

raquoated. 

i«Mr.r o All ship ents of hud wood 

untU -3l3a.ed by t.a ;lr<3=^-^ f.t^gjLed state .,u«-an- 
put:r or deputies, o^ o^ '- '^'^^ 

3. An7 and all shlpnints of 
('lijiorla sp. and Julians sp.) 
■c^-oroo? includinr, b^^^f».. „ 

as provided for in -egulptlon 
fro-3 any state or disc-'iot oi 
and including the states of 

xi'' ^'e* "exico shall he in- 
state or destroyed at the 
owner or o-jmars, his oi- their 



tlno -uardian. 



?.egulatlon 
hickory, pecan and ^alnut 
trees -.nd plants a:id p .rts 
cuttmcs or scions, except 
1 a^^ivlnG li^ Caliromia 
the United States east of 
Llontana. Tyoming, Colorado 
oedir-teiy sent out o^ the 
otion oj:-A exrjense of the 
responslhle agents. 

The ad-nisslhility into ti^^J*^*%°^ ^^■ 

ifornia of any article -,^-^^^^4^ subject to the 
foregoin, regulations shall he furt.^r^suj ^^^^ ^.^^, 

Sr^;'?S?ce-or -wh?cT:aar^ oSafter 'oe promuleatod. 



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ThlB order shall talco sffoct iranediat«ly. 



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irecro? of A^riotLLtarc 



AP?RO'/ED: 






Any. 



Governor of tke iit^ie oi" Ual = rornla 



ISSIJID: 



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Otrttc Of ffiiilifovuirt 



June 2, 1927. 



■,7H:ul3A.S, tae observance of June 14th as Flag Day offers an 
opportunity for reverent attention to tue significance or our national 

er.bleT. and its nistory, and 

■,7K^HH.'iS, tne 14th day of June, 1^27, raar/-s the one hundred 
and fifti-tn annivorsary of tne action of the Continental Congress in 
adopting a resolution "T.i^t tne Flag of tne United States be thirteen 
stripes alternate red and white, tnat the Union be thirteen stars, wnite 
in a blue field, representing a new constellation", and 

•THEHv.S, !iiany patriotic societies, fraternal orders, civic, 
educational, and religious bodies, co-onerating with The United States 
Flag Association, have planned a nation-wide patriotic celebration of 

this anniversary, now 

TH'^^TCHE, I, C. C. Young, CJovernor of California, dc earnestly 
urge upon the citizens oi this state taat this one hunored and fiftieth 
anniversary o: tne birtn of tne Flag of the Ui:it=d States be fittingly 
observed in co-operation with oar countrymen in all tne states, by tae 
display of tne national enblerr. and by patriotic assemblijs in honor of 
tne Flag; and I furtner sugerest that tne pupils of our schools assemble 
at twelve o'rlock noon, -.Vashington tine, on June 14th and join with the 
children of all the states in the singing of the national anthem. 



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Governor of the State of California. 



Attes 



t > ■ , f 1 f A-( - • ^ .-/ - 

Secretary of State 




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Deputj 



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or TB «t*x« Of dALOOiiu 
J«. 12 1927 ^ 




iiMKNWIEIff HO. 2 Tu .UAKANTINE ORDKR 
NO. 7 (NEW SEiaEy) 

Pertainlnc; to Alfelffc Weevil 



Until !.ierch 1, 1928, thtt portion cf the 
Covunty of Lyon, Strte of lievadt , lyinr south of the 
northern boundary of township thirteen north, and 
west of the eastern bovmdar^^ of rang© twenty-four 
east, and known t.s the Mnith Vrlley is exempt fron 
the provisions of vjaartntine Order Ho. 7 (New L_ries), 
provided thi.t e.ny and ell shipments of comrr.odltlep quar- 
antined t.^ ainst by titrantlne Order No, 7 (Kew Series) 
and offered for ent y into California from that 
portion of the bounty of Lyon, State of lievsda, 
lying south of t"^ e northerly boundary of to.vnshlp 
thirteen north, tnd west of the eastern boundary of 

nd knov.-n cs the ^ith Vciley 
certlficcte signed by the 
of Nevada or by a dxily 
ytate •"Oiarr.ntlne Officer ^f 
oocact locclity where the 



range tventy-fo\ar eart, ; 
must be accompanied by a 
St te CiuartJitlne Officer 
authorized deputy of the 
Nevcda, settliog forth the 



conmodity wt s frown, where stored if stored, the 
name and address of the producer, the name and 
address of the shi'^'er and the naote end address of 
the person or firm in Cclifornie to whom the coamodity 
is consigned, a copy of each certificate shtill be 
mailed in tdvr.nce of shlpnent to the Director of 
iigrlculture, r-aC 'cmento, Calif ornle. 



Quarantine 
amended accordingly. 



Order No. 7 (New Series) is 



APniOVSD; 



5i/ 

Director of Agriculture 



Governor of" the St fe of' California 



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Issued! 



July 11. 1927 






PIUED 

W UMB STATE OF OALffOMlA 

JUL 1 2 t927 . 




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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



rtffa^ fy>t f ^Ttff , I 



EX^'LTIVU UK»-U K 



G H. HECKE DiRECrOR 
SACRAMENTO 



AMEHD!.1ENT IIO. 1 TO ZV AJi k^iTlKF. ORDER 

KO. 7 (ND.. ri::ES) 

Pertaining to /J.falfa Weevil 



I 



•■'KEI'ZAS, The fuct has "beon detortnined by the 
Director of Aci'lculture that the t-lft-lfa weevil, ( : hytor-or-rus 
posticus , G7II.), 0x1 3 tE in the County oi" Dou.-li-L, "Sti^te of 
rievcda; 

NOW, Tin^^i-FuRE, It i- decltred r.ocessu.-y in order 
to prev::nt the Introduction of t'.o alfilfa weevil into the 
-tcte of California t: at c-11 of the ';:rovisions and rcquire-ients 
set forth In Querrntlne Order No, 7 (New Series) be hereby 
made to r-pply end do cpply, until furt!;er orders, to all 
portions of tl-iat territory na n as the County of ^ouclas. 
State of Ilevadr., In ac -ition to and including; the states and 
countle? set forth In Quarrntlne Order No, 7 (New Gerics) ex- 
cept as hereinafter provided. 

©■rin^ to the fact that the nly source of supply 
of fodder for animals in certain nountain co:xiunitles on the 
eastern elope of the -1 err a- "evade ran^e during: tl^c greater 
portion of V.'C yot^r Is i^oii^las Cormt;-, Nevada, and further, 
based upo- t^e fact that t^ e adnisr-lon of hay or straw to 
these ccrmmltiec for concunption t- ere vdll present no 
alfa'fe weevil -enace to the alfalfa growing; sections of 
Calif or:ia, rlfr.lfa hay and other hay rnd cerei 1 strar; (p^own 
in DouGlr.s County, Nevada, and Intended for feed for anirr.als 
v;ill be adr.lt ted* into only those portions of Alpine and m 
Dorado Counties v;hich the Director of ."^riculturo is satis- 
fied meets the above conditions, provided each ruch shipnent 
is accc»-.panled by a certl^lc; te signed hy the rtete Cuarant^ne 
fleer of Nevada or hla duly authorized Deputy, sottin/: forth 
the exact locality where t!.e conmodity was gro'vn, where stored. 
If stored, the name and address of V.e prodxicer, the name and 
address of the shipper, and thf" nar:e and addresc of the crson 
or flnr to whor. t^ c cormodity Is consigned. Perrons contem- 
plating, t^e i'^.portlng or brir^ing fror. Loucles County, Ticvcda, 
into po.'tlons of j-lplnc and El Torado Counties ol the r.tato 
of Calif ornir of alfalfa hi y or other hjiy or cereal straw 
; hall flrrt sec"'-re a per:r:lt frcn the Director of ;crlc Itiirc. 



/.pplicatlon for such pemlt mist be ncde in writing and mist 
specify tl:e none end cddi'cr .: cf tli.) .v.-'ower in Dou::lc-s '■'ounty, 
Hevada, the kind and quantity of hey or straw which it is 
desired to iiiport, th: purpose for vtiicl: it is intended, the 
destlna'ion of srme in the ^tate of Ciilifornia, t::c nunc end 
cddress of the Importoi^, end suc> applic. tion riust bo : c- 
compt.nicd by e. sworn state -ent rnede in duplicate b. the person 
or persons applying- for sue":, per.i.it in accordance vlth the 
following form: 



: tctc cf ) 

) 
County cT ) 



I hereby soler:iil7 proinise and s'.vear thr.t the 
,... for ".7 ich I lave applied to the 

/J.nd avi n^jentity of hay 

Director of ;.;jric-:^ bui-e I'or per-.lt to in-^ort fron 

IJc'io of 
at •••• 'vill be fcran.sported or 

shipper /.ddrecs of shipper 

shir^-^ed by •,.... •••••..• dlrec t from ..• • 

■dnu of ve::lcle ' ■'here now 

to for foed for anirul:; ■ t that 

stored Dectinr.tion 

nolnt ad thjit no portion of such shiiJment or lot of \-l.j or 
stra-jf so L-nnorted ;r brought will be ttJcon to a.ny other 
destinr.tlon' nor used for a-;y other rurpose except thut 
indicated i bove nd .iu-t c .y wa/:on, autonobile o.- otiier 
vehicle used to trtaisport such huy or strnw will be t:--oroTiri'i- 
ly cleened of f„ll kuch ay or strew i-Lieuit teiy the lot or 
shipiaent is -inloaded ;.t destination. 

Subscribed c\l sworn to before -e , 

& notar- .-ublic in a -d for the State of California, County 
of , t ic du;: of , 19.... 



My conmission expires 



Notary Public 

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/jiy lot 
straw arriving in C 
offici&l certlflcDt 
nit h; s not been is 
here ith provided f 
provisions of tiiis 
into f r o 3tt te of C 
shipped out of the 
pense of the owner 



or shipm nt of alfilfr^ hey or cerecl 
alifo:' Aa not accompcnied by the re ;uired 
e of origin and/or covering v.hich a per- 
sued by the Director of ..^riculture as 
or, or otherv/ise not coimlying 'ith the 
qut^rantine, sJ.all be recused ad Itttnce 
clifornlci < nd the se c shall be imnedi; tely 
state or destroyed nt the optloi end ex- 
or owners, his olJ their rosponLlble ei^^ents. 



eccordlncly. 



Quarantine Order No. 7 (New .Series) is a^iendod 
This acnditient s' ell tahe effect im-'.edietely. 






Director of ..gricultxire 



Af rtUVED; 



'Covernor of tMe bt/vte of Ceiifornia 



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Issued: 



097 



716 






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KjU'^'^C'^ -^^f 



FILED 

in th« office of the Beoretar? of Sttta 
or THE STATE OF CALiFOENIA 



NOV 1 7 1927 






OF STATE 

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state of ©alifovnirt 



TKAJ.'KS Trl VIX'7 PROCLAWAT lO; 



In accordance vdth the long established custom of our country, 
the President of the United States has set apart and designated the 
last Thursday of this month as a day of thanksgiving to God for the 
blessings which have so richly attended us, and of prayer for the 
continuance of those blessings. 

This beautiful custom is one which every citizen v.-ould desire to 
perpetuate. It sce-.s enir.ently fitting that we should devote one day 
of each year, in our homes and in our respective houses of vrorship, 
to '- rendering of tharJcs , not only for the continuance of oiu- material 
welfare but also for the privilege which is oxurs of living in a land 
of peace, freedom, and equality of opportunity. 

Now therefore I, C. C- Young, Governor of the State of California, 
in pursuance of the proclamation of the President, and in accordance 
Vrlth the authority vested in me by law, hereby declare Thursday, the 
twenty-fourth day of Noven;ber, 1927, as Thanksgiving Day. 

Ii: TniraSS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my 
hand pjid caused the Great Seal of the State 
of CaliforniD to be affixed this 17th day of 
November, 1927. 



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I', the ofBc* of tb* fis"? •"■■ • ■ •**? 

DEC 2 3 1927 
FHi'-N'KC. JORDAN 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

Bqjartm?nt of ^rtntltur? 

SACRAMENTO 



A?^ND\!ENT NO. 1 TO QUARi\NTINE ORDER 

NO. 7 ( IK'f RERT- S) (HEVT55ED) 

Pertaining to s^lfalfa Weevil 
(Kffeotlve on and after Lscs./oer -3,3 92'?) 

_, "TT^R^AS, The fact has been detenined by the 

Elrector of Ac^rlculturo t^at the alfalfa weevil f •^- vtono-ma 
nostlcua, Gyll.) exists 1- the county of Douglas, Jlate oi* 
:.evada ; 

NO-", TTTEPIPOF.^., It la declared necesaar-r In 
order to Prevent the Introduction of the alfalfa weevil into 
the State of California that all of the provisions and re- 
qulreraanta set forth in Quarantine Order Wo. 7 ('lew Series) 
be hereby made to apnly and do apply, until further orders. 
to all portions of t lat territory known as the county of 
Douglas, Stite of -evada, in addition to and Includinr the 
states and counties set forth In v^iarantlne Order No. "7 " 
(New iSeries) excent as hereinafter nrovided. 

• * ^. Owing to the fact that the onlv source of supply 

of foddei* for animals In certain mountain and Jesert com- 
iminxtles In California near the Calif ornla-ilevada border 
during the greate- oortlon of the year is Douglas Countv. 
:.evada, and further, based upon the fact t^iat t .e adrals'slon 
of hay or straw to these co^unlties for consunrotlon tiiere 
will present no alfalfa weevil menace to the alfalfa rrow- 
ing sections of CaT if or ia, alfalfa hay and otu-r hav and 
ce-eal straw crrown In Dou^aaa County, -fevada, and Intended 
.or feed for animals will be admitted Into only those por- 
tions of Alpine, hi Dorado and Inyo ootintles, which the 
Director of Ac-.rioia ture is satisfied T.oets the above con- 
ditions, provided each such shlp-ient is accom anie^ by a 
certificate nian^ed by the State *^uerantlne Officer of 
■ evada or liis duly authorized deoutv, sotting forth the 
exact locality where the co-nmodity .vas grown, whor« stored, 
if stored, the name and address of the producer, th*? nam^^ and 
address of the shlpner, and the na-ne and address of the oer- 
son or firm to whom the conx-.odlty is consigned. Persons" 
conte-r^plating the Importing or bringing from Douglas County, 



rrrrrassrSTsrss-r^sarr 



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Ne^rada, Into portions of Alpine, El Dorado and l^yo counties 
of th?5 3tite of California of alfalfa hay or ot'ier "ray or 
cortsal straw aiiall firat aooure e i^rmlt from thfi Director 
of Agriculture, ^n^lltj^tlon for such pirait mu^^t be made In 
wrltlns; and must anoclfy tha name and ad 1 "333 of th3 rro-^er 
In Dou.r^laa County, Nov-id.i, the kind and --uantlty of hav or 
straw whlah It la daalrol to 1-port, the pumosa for which 
It 13 Intended, tna dost'natlou of anr. - In tho State of Cal- 
ifornia, the name and addraas of tho importer, and such ap- 
plication imist he aciT.'-'Tpa led l^y a s-.v)rn sttterriont raado in 
dupllc.tto by the p'^rson o:-- p :!r£3on8 annlylnf^ for such nomit 
In ac3ordanoe with the follov,-' ng form: 



State of . 
Couzity of 



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I hereby solerjily orcnlse and swear that the 

• for- which I have applied to 

(■lind a.-xd quantity of liiiy) 
the Director of Agriculture for per^dt to import from ..... 



( lar.e 

at will he tranaoorted 

of shlpner) ( Idros.i o.' sjilpper-) 

or shi-;ied by d^'roct frcn. 

(Kind of vohlcle) fT'here now 

to ..,,..,. for feed foj* smlmals at tiiat 

stored) (Destination, 

nolnt and t'lat no portion of such ahip.Tient or lot of hay or 
straw so inrportod or or Uji^lit v.ill ' ; tak-ra to any other' dea- 
tiiiation nor uaod for any othor purpose except tl.at inlicatsd 
ahove n-.d f t any wagon, autor.io'-'ile or uther vehicle used to 
transport such liay or straw will e t'.oroitghly olea.iod of all 
sue?-, hcj or atrav; imodifitely the lot or sliipment is unloaded 
at destination. 



Sj":>scribed und a.-orn to before vae • , , 

a IJotar:,'- Public in an 1 for the State of Calif or da, ccu-.t^- of 
••••• ••» tir. ....... day of ...» 19 ... 



-•otarj iHiblic 



My co.'milssion expires 



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\ny lot or ahlp'nent of alfalfa hay or cereal straw 
arriving In Gallfor^^la not aTco-nnanl-od "by tho required offi- 
cial oert'.f Icite of orlg"n and/or covering w'-iich a oer-Tilt has 
not been Isaue*^ by the Director of ,\K;rlcuitnro as herewith 
provided for, or othervrlao not coraplyinp; witli the irovisions 
of this quarantine, shall be refxisol ad-r.lttanoe into the State 
of California an ^ tiie an le shall be Itr edlately shipped out 
of the State or destroyed at the option and expense of tho 
ovvmer or owners, hi3 or their rosponaiole agents. 



cordingly. 



Quarantine ^rder -'O. 7 (NqW Series) is a-nonded ac- 



This a-aondment supersedes Amendiaent Ko, 1 to Quar- 
antlne 'rder No, 7 (Tew Series) issued July 11, 1927, and 
s^iall take effect iTnediately, 



Dly^etpr Of Agriclture 



APPHOV'^: 



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Oove^Tior of the St/ite of Jallforila 



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nV Tur^^A. 0^ '^" SecretMT of State 
or THE BTATi; OP OALttOMU 

t>EC2 3 1927 
?K*^~^i' .C JORDAN 




G H MECKE 

Director 




STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 



QUARAITPINE ORDER NO. 11 (NF.V SERIES) 
(Vith Reguletions - Revised) 

Pertaining to Citrus 'Alilte Fly in California. 

(Effective on and after 

,r^r,A. .J'H^E^iS, Th« fact has been determined by the Director of 
As^lculture that an Insect known as citrus white fly (Dialeurodes 
cltrl, Ashn..), injurious to citrus trees and other tre e ' s aXgla' ts 
exists in certain hereinafter described portions of the State of ' 
«nH ;^°!^i^' ^""i ^'^ certain n.^sery stock, trees, plants, shrubs 
possible carriers of the above mentioned Insect; 

♦■V,- ^,v.?°r* THEREPORE, It is declared necessary, in order to prevent 
the further spread of the citrus white fly (Dialeurodes citrl !Ih^ \ 
in and throughout the State of CalifornLa^t hat a ^ar^ ltl^S tn^'^' 
Ji . fr/f i^^'t^l established at the boundaries Sf the eJelnefter 
described infested territory in accordance with the provision of 

s:!J'??t?.as'l?te'flV?il'L"'i"'' ?f r^ ^^^^•' °^ cIlTforTa ^fainst 
r^ \ r ^ • ^•'■y ( Pieleurodes citri, Aahm,). end rrclnat «T? 

the hereinafter specifi ed nursery stocTT trees olaSs'^s^^rubs 
vines ^nd cuttings thereof, imported, shlnL^ed or otSe;v.ise^ov;d 
from the hereinafter described Infested territory int; any J?hS 
Sl.ni^'' °J *^^ ^^f^^ °^ Califor-.ia and no such nirsex^ .tick, Sees 

Jo^Te^?oI?SS/j:|S^?fo1sr^ ''-'^''■^-'' --^^ under^^SS^iirect 

rn«nf^ Regulation 1. Infested territory: All that portion of the 
?o??oL° ^'^f^^fn^^'^. includine the city of Pacrar.ento bounded as 
icil \ Besinning at the Junction of the ^erican hiver and the 
Saeranento .liver; tnence southerly down t>)fi east bank of t! e 
Secrenento River to the Sutterville road; thence easterly alon« 
said Sutterville road to the Preecort road; thonce ;:out}:ei!ly alomc 
! «S ^®f?°f! '''^'''- ^° ^^'* rt-uitridge road; thence easterly along 
sold Pritridge road to the . ower Innroadj thence northerly alo^ 
aaid Power Inn road to ti e Poison road; thence due north from tht 
junction of the Power Inn road and Polsom road to the /.-ericen 
River; thence westerly along the south bank of the Anericun River 
to the place of beginning, "**««• 



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All that portion of Yuba County Included In the incorpor- 
ate limits of the city of Merysville and described aa follows! 
CoiKiencing at a point on the south bank of Yuba River opposite 
D street in said city; thence Jo\Yn the youth ank of said river 
to tv e ce.ter of Feather River; thence up the center of Feather 
River to a point opposite Sixteenth street in said city} thence 
easterly along the north line of said Sixteenth street to E street 
of Sfcld city; thence northerly along the west line of E street 
to the northwest corner of Suburban Lot 5, Range D; thence easterly 
to the other side of the levee as now located y seld city; thence 
along the outer olde of said levee iinLil it Intersects the 
Brown's V&lloy rotd or prade; thence along the extreme southeasterly 
side of said Brcwn»3 Valley roud or grade to a point where gaid 
Bro.vn«s Valley rocd or grade Intersects Swezy street; thence due 
so'-th to t- e aouth ban: of the Yuba River; thence tlon^; the south 
bank of t: e Yuba River to the place of begin:iing. 

All that po:-tlon of Sutter County, including Yubr City, 
boxinded as follows: Beginning ct a noint on the v.est binJ-r of 
the Feather River due east from the jtinctlon of the Pease Feed 
and the Yuba Clty-Chico State Highway; thence due west to said 
injunction; thence westerly along the Pease Road to the Onstott 
Herd; thence southerly alori- t'e said Onstott Road to the Franklin 
Rocd; thor.ce westerly jdong the s!.ld Prenkiln Roed to the Township 
roadi the-ice scutherly alone tie said Township road to the 
Oswald ro£.d; thence easterly Flonr the Oswald road to Its easterly 
teirmination; thance in a line due east fror.; the easterly teinaina- 
tlor. of the Oswald road to the west htnk of t^ e Feather River; 
thence northerly alon^ the west hank of the said Feather Fiver 
to place of beclnnlug, 

-,. ,^ ^\-^ *^^* portion of Butte County Included In the Incorporate 
lirri.t3 of the city of Gridley, 

,, ,^ -^i-^ ^^^^ portion of butte County included in the Incor-porate 
llalts of the city of Oioville. 

Reg\ilatlon 2. 'U of the following nursery stock, trees, 
plants, ahjrubs, vines, or cuttings thereof, fc rpt^cifiod ir. this 
regal ttl on, hosts oi' food plants of Dial eur odes citrl, and any 
other thst may hereafter be declared a host, are hereby orohibited 
froa T.ovlng from the said Infested teBritory into any other 
portion of the State of Californiaj 



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Allenanda (Allanianda nerllfolla ). 
Bar^na shjrut) ( TJlchella fascata' T^ 
Boxwood ( Buxus'^eponica ), 
Boxwood, Conr.on ( B»ucus semoervlrens ) . 
Burning Bush (Pyracantha coccinea),' 



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aitton Bush ( Cephelanthur ocf^ldentalls). 

Cap© Jasmine TS^cT^^^T! TT ■'^nc'r^c- ) ' 

China Tree ( Melia ' r^rr /'--•^r- '. — ^^ — -' ' 

Citrus (Orange, lemcn, citron, grapefruit, 
Icumquat, tangerine and all other species 
cultivated in America), 

Coffee ( Coffea arablca), 

Knglis; xvy (Hedera helix ). 

Escallonl£ (fi^c.llonia gpr.). 

Green /.ah ( F^cxlnuo ler.ceolBtc ) . 

Lr.uregtlr.nr [ Yiiyiixmvir.. HnuiT ir 

Illec ( Syringt - srp.l^ 



Mexican brsn^e ( cioisyt. ternt^ta ). 
Prickly ;tl ( -/ rntr oxylvm clava-Her culis ) .. 

Privets ( ligvctrv^ r-p/T — " 

Scrub -elnetFcnfTTbri megr carre), 

Snilax ( Sriilax sppTTT — 

Texea UmDreiie Tree ( Mel la irnbrecullfoT'-ls) . 

Toyon ChJict-u s Ecrry- r?^tini£ rrb tlfollar 

Tree of Heaven ( Ailant hus altis s iuTfc l . 

Tru-npet flower ( "•'—<-, -to T-' Venv-^fr T 

Vlboi^nu:: ( Vlb;:;-- ^ " " ^ '* 

^ater Otli {^n^rc 



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Wild Olive or Levllwood ( Osintnthus cnerlcL.-.UE ). 

^io«*o Keplation 3. ;.ll th^ follcvins nurcery stock, trees, 
plants, shrubs, vir.eE o.- cutting,., t-ereof. ts sceclfle'^ in thin 
regulation, rosclble c.rrl.rs w^on i.: foll^.e of ll^lJirJy '' 
cltrl are hereby prohibited f-oii .T.ovinc fro^i f e -^ci-^ ^-Tes ted 
TerFTtor: into ar^y other ortlon cf the :tste of CBll-o'^da 
unless S(i:ne htve been completely defoliated at point *of' origin: 

Apple ( Fyrus Itlrlus ), 

Bl f ckbe:-ry ( ?u!:nc~ rrp , ) , 

Boston Ivy ( pcitionocis su- t:'ic 'soid.-ita) 

Cfcjaellia ( C^^ieiii;. Jbronlct.T : ^ 

Cherry Laurel ( fvur'is ' ! .. ^T^c erasns ) . 

Coprosna ( Copros ^ Bruei-i ) , 

Crape l.:,Ttie { :T~crLivo-2.:i: 3.;p.)- 

Daphne ( Daphae ' ^qdora ) , ' 

iJiSlis>^ ilc-Wthorn ( Cratc.e us Orrracent^^a) , 

Enclieh Holly ( Ilex aquiToTiun. ') , 

Odd Dust tree { Aucu'Sa J :, ■ on J c a ) . 
Grape, European ( Vltis vTnlfera ). 
Grecian Laurel ( La'-irt^r mhllls7. 
Honeysuckle ( Lcnlcerc 3r^,}, — 
Ivy Geranluir. ( r-ii^ :• cniur. ; eltat Tm). 

Jessamine ( Ja-q-inua ' 3 .); "* " 

Mock Olive (Piunus curoliniana). 



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Moreton Bay Pig ( Picus fcroDhvlla), 

Myrtle ( Myrtuc conunlsT ; 

Oloandor ( Norluai Plot n?or ) , 

Oregon Or&pe ( gtThonlc tq;ilfoll\im ), 

Osage Orange (hacl'irti pomirer'er y7 

Paxil English Hawthorn ( Crataegus Oxyacantha Paulii ), 

Pear, Cultivated ( Pyrus 3pp.)7 '" 

Persimmon, Connon ( Diosoyros virglniana ), 

Pei'sl-imon, Jap^uiese ( Dlonnvro s Kakl ), 

Pomegranate ( Punic u spn, ),*~ 

Portugal Laurel ( Prunua lusltenica), 

Quince, Japanese ( Chaenoueles Jpiponica ), 

Rose ( Ro3fc spp,). 

Trumpet creeper ( Canpsis rsdicans ), 

Veronica ( Yeronicc rpoci'osa ct-aI v. eliip^ice ) . 

Regulation A, All sripmer.ts or lots of nureer? stock 
pennitted ei-try into other -portions of th«^ State of Collfor.iia 
from the sfiid infested ter-itory under remxletion 3 hereof, 
must be held by coaunon cer:'ier agents et point of destination 
end not delivered to consignee or cjont until ins-^ected md 
released by the Lirector cf 'gricult-ire, his deoutr or dep-tles, 
or by i- c-'-ily authorised Strtt Cuartr.ti-e Guardian.' 

f;e,j;ulj. tlon 5. Any ar-d all shipnents of nxjrser stoci, 
trees, ;:.lant£, shmibs, vines or cm. ir. s theraof, ar.->ivin: in any 
other iortic-: of the Sttte of Calixor.aia fro-i the cid infsstad 
terrltoiT" in vlolttion of or not fully coarlvinitj vith sll the 
provisions of t is qverf.ntln-, shall be ira-nsdiately returned to 
the said infested territory or dastroyed, at the ootion and ex- 
pense of t-.c ovner or o.vnerL, his or their roaponsible agentSi 

The adniasibility fror. the scid infested territor;,- into 
any other .;ortion of f: e St£ te of Celifor; ia of any nursery stock, 
trees, plants, shrubt-, viner or cuttings thereof, as covered by 
the foregoing regulation, a; -dl be further subject to the provl- 
clons of --ly other qurrantlne order, rules or regulations now in 
force or which .-nay horecftev be j^romil gated, 

AM deoutioc of the Director of .-agriculture and all Stat* 
(»,uare::tino Guardians a,':*e hereby empowered to carry out all the 
P-ovlsions of t::l9 Order, 

This Revised quarantine Order No. 11 supersedes Ouarantlne 
Order No. 11 (Kew Series) doted >'arch 9, J,927, and a;;all take 
effect l:nnedir tely. /, 

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birect^r oj Agriculture. 

APPROVED: ■'■^^^'^6^^: 

Oovernor or CaIlforrJ.a« 
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FflANK C. JORDAN 

^^^^^^^mMmmmmr Amr or state 

FRANK H. CORY. DEPUTY 
ROBERT V. JORDAN. DePUTV 




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SACRAMENTO 



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Monterey. State of -alifornia. 3ZGi::il^a at ti^e xuuex^c. ..... . 

cf tve list line of Sea. 16-T. 22 B. R.4 r..M.D.3. & li. | 



§tatj of ©alitornlrt 






aEiliii;^i.L a petition hat ueeri duly fcig-ned by :.iore 
thtiri one hundred jitize:>E of Monterey Joui.ty, and uu 
applijution hue been duly :;iiide to me for the estuoliehKent 
of iu.onterey renineuld iiegion for planning- purposes aiid the 
appointment of i^onterey renineuia hejionai llannir.g 
Co;..::;i8 8ion I'or each hegion, and 

WHiii-tL-lL a publia hearing thereon, after official 



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November 1927 



proolarnation duly rjxven oy me or: _ 

and publioation thereof in the i-alinat 

newspaper of reneral circulation in the County of Llonterey, 

btate of California, of the ti;ae and 

t o-v;i t : 



aaex, a uaij.' 



place of said neari:ig. 



Graiamar School xiuditcrium, racifio Street 
City of llonterey, ^cunty of Llonterey, iitate 
of California, the 10th day of December, 1927, 

has been duly held at said tivae and plaoe, and 

WHlUvxlAS findinjjB have been uuly ;i.ade oy ;ue ti.at, 
ty reason of urban growth and development not corresponding 
to ez'ixCtiM^ city corporate limits ana oy reason of other 
developnents and trends in the growth and distribution of 
population, ccraraerce and industry and by reason of 
topographic and otrtr ccnditicnt, ti.ree separate cities, 
to-wit: 'llonterey. Jarrael- by- the-bea. Pacific Grove and ^ 
neighboring nonlmunicipal territories, all within the County 
of llonterey, have overlapping and interrelated and common 
problems of such nature as not to oe capable of intexlifrent, 
economic and adequate solution by meant of rhe sepaiate 
planning- of each 'separate political unit and require for such 
solution, a general plan of the Jaysical cevelopr.ient of the 
entire area of such raunioipaiities aiid territcries as a 
whole and that, consequently, it is to the public interest 
that iionterey i'eninsula Region be established for planning 
purposes, and 

\ri.::.:.^u^^ tr.e Joregolog recitals are pursuant to and 
in due accorlar.ce v.ith the provisions of Lection 26 of 
Chapter b74 of the California Statutes of 1927, 



i'OW 



;i?C-.i;, I, G. . Young, Governor of the 



State of Calif rnia, pursuant to the authority vested in lae 
by law, do hereby uefine the bcunderies of Ucnterey 
PeninBular hegicu to oe in the words and ligurae ae ic^1ot.e, 
to «if- The loilowiug descrioed area within the County of 
Monterey. State of -alifornia. 3ZGi:::.'irG at the intereection 



.ine of Sec. io-T. ^2 S 



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&tate 0i ©alifornia 



puaifia CcjetVi, at 



rural irit ti.cnse, 



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and the l. .re line O- -.^ '."Z'Z,, the liorthoast corner o 

''^^' tT: fre"*:; ^.e^. two mile, to the Jorthwest cori.er of 

one mile. l^fl:-^''"r,— ^t':.^ ^^^^y. two miles . tr.euce. 

sec. 31-T El t'-^.^ -. ^^^''?,^'^;°^iie. thence. "Aest one mile. 

tr.enoe. xlorth two ^^ii«^/%^:;^-'°f::th^iir more or lets to 
3-T £1 ii-B 22.. thence Weet ^^-l^^l^^l^^^t^.^noe . l.orth 
^!;: !°?re^^ ':r!;:it°onr^Ile:";.eLe.^o;;n one mile, 
h no ^^est^t;: ^Iles. t.ence. ^or^^^.e^^ ^^^^ 
one raile to the Southeast corner of .ec. l^^^^^,^ ^,,,,> 
thence, l.orth one mixe. >.i.e:..e "^^^^^^^ : ,^y^^ to the 

one mile, ti.c-nce. .-eet one mixe. ..en.e. -^^J/- °- ^^^, ,,,,, ^ue. 
northeast corner of_-ec. 3-T 2U -;^ --^'l^'J'^^ t..ence, 
thence. ..or.th two mixe.. <=/^^l^-^; ''-^.^,..'J; o-iec. 6-T. 13 L-B 
i;orth four miles, to the fl\[^/ll.rllf'^^l:/l:,re or le.s to 
2 Z., thence. ..est one and -^;?-^/'^^/H'%''ii! thence, l.crth 

the southeast -/-''-^^^^^.rv^r -tre! Jo; th five .lilee 
one mile, thence, west oi.e m-^e,^.^^_io • t-ence. 
to the iJorthwest corner of ^ec. 1-r Ic b-.-. 1 -.. t..e.iw-. 



. T- •^^♦•v r^.f*- -^n-^^er or Sec. 1-T 16 H-'d 
Zaet seven mile^ to the xicrtr. et^'::.:^ ILt 



tvence, iiouth two miles, thenoe. 
one mile, the-.ce. iast one mi^e. 



2 E. . 

mile* trenoe, iaet two milet;, t>-euoe. 
Ss?'one mii; to the boathwe.t corner 
thence, -aet three miles, tr.c.ue. 
northeast corner 
mile mere or 
42., thence. 



two miles, thence, 
thence. Jorth one 
Louth two aileB, thence, 
of -ec. ly-T 16 b-ii 4S.. 
.iorth four miles 



the 

of sec. 4-T 16 b,R 41^., thence. -^'^J^^^^ 
l«es to the southwest corner of Sec. ^f-. 17 S-.^ 
^o^th one-eight ::.ile more or xess to t:.e .out.. 



eaEtcoruer 



"of section 32- T 17S-B 4E.. 



thenoe. 



Jest 



one- half 

,. ,-vo i'tPrpe--io'i of the bouth ii>ie of 
niile more or ^ets to the ^"^^"^^-'[^.'./iinp of Los Tularcitos 
eau eeotlo,.^33 I^Jt'tr^^^oL^fi" tL'eSte.lor boundaries 



the bouth west 
said bouthwest 
or.e-half miles 
of faid hancho 



and three- 
i^anchc, 

l.'orthv7CEterl7 
the '.Vei-t 



Rancho. thence, -xuii^ '^"'^ ,;.r"- v'-vv easterly one 

of said LOS Xularcxtos *f 'f ^l/'^^^J?;^!-. of said 

quarters ^^^s r.ore or less ^°.^^i^^^^,eu:.daries 

therce continuing ^-^^^t/toar Intersection with 

three miles more or ^ess to ar. ^'/.^;f- leavinp said exterior 

line of section 16.T l^^-xt 4E tnea.e leav r^^^ -...^^thwest 

boundaries IJorth ^''O ana one-quarter mix ^^g. ^ter miie 

corner of bee. 6-T 17 ^-^ J^^l'lf.^'^^lf'^te^ . 36-T 16 b-H Si 

:nore or less to the -^^^^^^^^^^^^^teff.u.E uioze or loss to the 

thence, .lorth four and °^^:;f J'/^g^ i^-T 16 S-B 3E vith 

:aore or less tw -^-^ uuc Northwesterly 

.. >--- . thence, southeasterly aloute ;.^._ ^,_^ 

boundary line o^^^i^tf f ?i;er thencl following the 
center line of the balinas ..iver tne^^ ^^^^^ .^^ ^ general 

^ ■ uouth of s^id river ^here .t 



ce -ter line of said uaiinae 
Uorthweeterly direction to 



tr.c 



empties into I'ort-'-f-- 
:hencc. follOT/ing the 



iri :\ano"/ o Hinc: 



Lts balinas, 



&trtte of ©aliforuia 

eho^e lin^ o^ ':onterey Bay in a general Bouthweeterly directidn 
tc the ehore line of the Pucsifit; Ocean, thenoe. Fcllowxng tne 
si-ore line of the rucifia Coesin in a .^eneral EOutr.eiiBteriy 
direction to Ci.e point of JiiGULUa. coiitaining about ^x70 
square ri^iles. 

^ud I do hereoy appoint the Llonterey reniixula 
r:egional Planning Jomiaietion to oontiBt of nine (9) 
members as follov.-B; 



Jacic Jeaumont 
p. J. Laugher ty 
Ray G. DeYoe 
Llargaret A. JacKB 



Carmel LIurtin 
Jo L'ora 
Alvaeo i?ratt 
lidvrard tjinpecn 

T. a.. aOTiZ 



IL; V/IT..1:L£; iTl^-.ZC? I have hereunto set u/ hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the istate of California to be 
affir-ed this 5th day of January, A. D. 192fa. 

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FILED 

is the office of the Secreurr of S*.»ta 
OF THE STATE OF CALIIOEHU 

JAN 2 1^1928 

// 7/ / s^^^^v OF 8T*IE 




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DI?Ji:CTCH 
Ib-i-.-^-.Ta.:iLT CP AGRICLTTIKa 
oZ.^ZjZ CP CALIPCRI'IA 



,':SHi.-ui, the Revised le-iry I^^ 



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f the State of California, 



pa=:3ed Td; 



i- 1- c. 



^i*e i-'c >, cii 



lefibla-ture in 1;-. 

l.iiV.t ^ » .. I'i'J Ul oU xc 



require the issuence cf reg-ulaticns 



ertv ininc 



;ert: m c 



f their prcTi- 



<3i-. ns 



E.nd, 



H3IC:;J3. £t subsequent herrings g.-tended ty interested 



off icicls 



re-Dresent-.tives cf 



cund t,„^t cor 



t-. in other rerul 



. ik.n; 



Ell cranches cf the industry, it ras 
i ■ ere necessary, settinr forth 



Lethccs of rrccecuxe :.nd i 



r.terpretritions cf certain 



;'eQui resients cf the 



lavs in order to accom 



iplish the purposes thereof; and; 



^■«E3R3.v3, cert-- in 



advances hare '..een rade in dairy control 



the t-wo • ear; 



nd '^ertc-in pcrticns ci t' e 



la%:a 



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d 192': 



r.al-:inr 



rerision 



erexofcre prc:;uli. 



:d oy ne necess-.-xy; 



"rlSHr^rCRS : cy "irtue of ti 



authority \-BSted in the 



Director cf .w^ ri c uli. ure under Section LI 



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cf the Gene 



ral Ife.iry Lav; 



of Calif or ni: 



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roved June 1^ , 1': 



and cLiendt:c' 5 nd approved I'ay Zb, 



1527, (Charter 3l7, Statutes of 1927;. &nd section 4 



d of the rure rilk 



iv^rc'fsC. June 



1957, (Chapter £S2, statutes cf 1S27) . I hereby 



p roc la in: 



the follov.-in;: Dr iry 



-li 



iicns 



nunhered ens to t;enty-one 



to "ce in force 



e 3-.: te cf California en and after this 



thirtieth day of S&pueL-bcr, 1^ 



:7: 



--na 



vt all rrt 



'icu; 



lairy i-e^ulaticns 




re hi.ereby annulled^ 




riG Uiture. 



^TBGULATIOK I. 



1. The phrase "Properly fed and kept" is construed 
to mean that milk, within the meaning of this act. must 
be produced from animals fed only such feeds as wUl not 
impart strong disagreeable flavors or odors to the milk 
or the products thereof. (Uustard. turnips, rape, onions. 
etc.. when fed in such manner or quantity that the 
cuality of milk from cows so fed is injured thereby 
(tainted) are not proper feeds for milk cows and the 
feeding of them does not constitute proper feeding; 
whereas, most natural grasses, alfalfa, clover, vetch, 
peas. ensUage. beets, carrots, cocoanut meal, grains, 
etc.. which are not moldy or decayed are entirely 
suitable for feeding animals producing milk.) All feeds 
must be wholesome and fed in such quant itisL as will 
nourish and not impair the health of the animals. Milk 
producing animals imist be kept reasonably clean and must 
not be subjected to undue exposure so that their health 

is injured thereby, 

£. Milk for manufacturing purposes may bo graded 

into three classes as follows: 

FIRST (JRAD3 ISILK is milk showing low dirt content, 
is well cooled, will pass the alcohol test, contains no 
undesirable flavors or odors and contains not more than 



one million bacteria as indicated by direct micro- 
scopic examination. 

SSOOIID GrPADS MILK is milk showing some dirt 
content, may have some undesirable flavors, is un- 
cooled, shows a cuestionable reaction to the alcohol 
test, or contains more than one million and not more 
than five million bacteria as indicated by direct 
microscopic examination. 

THIHD GHAI)3 MILK is milk that is very dirty » 
strong, sour, contains numerous flies, or other 
insects, gives a distinct yellow curd by the alcohol 
test, or cor.tains more than five million bacteria as 
indicated by direct microscopic examination, or is 
otherwise unfit to be manufactured into a food product. 
Third grade mUk which in the Judgment of the inspector 
is clearly unfit for hximan consumption, or which is 
known to have been produced under very insanitary 
conditions, shall be condemned and marked for 
identification by the addition of a suitable amount 
of charcoal paste and rennet. 

Note: Requirements for grading market milk 
under the Jurisdiction of approved milk inspecting 
departments may be found in the Pure I^ilk Law. 3ee 
page 52, 



R3GULATI0M II. 

1, Cream being defined as a portion of milk 
(Section 4 of the General Dairy Law of California, 
approved June 15, 1925) infers, and is construed to 
mean that the milk from which it is separated must 
conform to the established definitions and stauodards 
for milk. 

2. Cream for manufacturing purposes may be graded 

into four classes 8 follows: 

FIRST GRAD3 CH3A1.1 is cream which lends itself 
readily to the manufacture of ninety-two score butter 
or above (creaiaery extra), being clean, smooth, free 
from undesireole flavors or odors, sweet or acid not 
to exceed three-tenths of one per cent acid (figured 
as lactic acid', and containing at least thirty per 
cent of milk fat, 

SSCOiro GRADE CRSAII is cream which lends itself 
readily to the manufacture of butter scoring from 
ninety to ninety-one and one-half ( creamery prime 
first), being somewhat fermented, contains some 
undesirable flavor or odor, ard contains more than 
three-tenths and less than six-tenths of one per cent 
acid (figured as lactic acid), 

THI5D GRAB'S CR3ALI is cream which lends itself 



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to the manufacture of butter scoring from eighty- 
eight to eight;- -nine and one-half (creamery first), 
may be slightly foamy or slightly curdy, has distinct 
off flavors, is old, and contains in excess of six- 
tenths of one per cent acid (figured as lactic acid), 
or which is Icnown to be produced under very insanit ary 
conditions, 

CH3AI.: UIJPIT ?0H HUilAN COrSUIIPTIOK (rejected 
cream) is cream which is very strorg, to-inted, rancid, 
moldy, dirty, very curdy, contains n;imerous flies, or 
other insects or vermin, or is in an advanced state of 
fermentation or putrefaction, or is otherwise un- 
wholesome, or which is icnown to be produced under very 
insanitary corditions. 

3, In accordance with Section 4 of the General 
Dairy Lew of California, approved June 15, 1923, the 
ratio of fat and solids not fat in cream shall be in 
the following proportions: 



Fat, per cent 

16.0 to 30.0 

30.1 to 35.0 
35.1 to 40.0 
40,1 and above 



Solids not fat, per cant 
Ilot more than 
6.0 
7,5 
7.0 
6.5 



4. iJhipping Gream (pastry cream) is mar .ret cream 
which contains not less than thirty per cent of milk fat 
(Section 3, Chapter 181, Statutes 1907). (Act approved 
March 11, 1907. --U. 3. Dept, Agr. Circular 136, 



SEGDLATIOM III. 



1. In accordance with the requirements of 
Section 10 of the General Dairy Law of CaIifoniia» as 
amended ar.d approved L!ay 28, 1927, the following 
alkaline materials are approved for use in neutral- 
ization of acidity in cream for making butter: 

Calcium Hydroxide (Lime water, milk of lime). 

Calcium Oxide (Quick lime). 

Calcium Carbonate (Chalk). 

llagnesium Oxide (llagnesia lime). 

Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking soda). 

Sodium Carbonate (Soda ash). 

Other compounds or proprietary preparations 
may be used on special written permit from the State 
Lerartment of Agriculture. 



RBGULITIOK IV. 



1, Six varieties of cheese are designated by 
law, namely, Cheddar, Granular, Llonterey, Cream, 
Cottage and Creamed Cottage. A seventh variety is 
hereby established, to be iaiovra as "High Uoisture 
Jack." This variety of cheese is made by the so- 
called stirred curd or granular process, \Tithout 
added color and molded into forms or shapes unlike 
the shape and form of any established variety of 
cheese specified in Section 7 of the General Dairy 
Laws of California, and containing not more than 46 
per cent moisture. It shall be labeled to indicate 
the name, the grade, whether whole milk, part skim 
or skim; the factory number; the permit number and 
date of manufacture. This type of cheese n:iay not 
be sold to the consumer more than three weeks after 
the date of manufacture. 

£. Special varieties and fancy cheeses may be 
made under written permit from the department of 
agriculture of the State of California to be sold 
under labels approved in writing by said department 
(Section 7 of the General dairy law of Caiifornia, 
as amended and approved ilay Ji8, 1927). These permits 



do not expire unless revoked for cause by the depart- 
ment of agriculture of the State of California, 

3. Factory numbers required by the law to be 
assigned annually (Section 7 of the Seneral Dairy Law 
of Caiifomia, as amended and approved Ilay 28, 1927), 
will be reassigned each year to each cheese factory 
upon application for renewal of factory license 
(Section 16 (a). Chapter 817, Statutes 1927). The 
factory license number issued to each cheese faetoiry 
will be the same in each instance, 

4. All labeling of cheese required by the law 
(Section 7 of the general dairy law of California, 
as amended and approved May £8, 1927), and this 
regulation, except as otherwise provided herein or 
authorized by special permit as provided in paragraph 
E shall be in plain block letters or numerals at least 
one-half inch in height, with stencils, stamps or 
labels approved by the Department of Agriculture of 
the State of Caiifomia, 



HEGULATIOH V. 



1. In conformity with the specific authorization 
of the general dairy law of California (Section 8 (a). 
Chapter 817, amended and approved Llay 28, 1927), ice 
cream shall contain a miniraum of one and six-tenths 
pounds of total food solids per gallon. The 
determination of the weight of total food solids per 
gallon shall be based upon the weights of, and 
representative samples from, at least thirty separate 
containers, except in those plants where a less number 
of filled containers is available, in which case the 
determination shall be based upon the weights of, and 
representative samples from, all filled containers 
which are present. Net weights may be determined by 
deducting from the gross weight of all filled 
containers examined, the weight of an equal number of 
representative empty containers of exactly the same 
style and pattern. If a tentative determination made 
in this manner indicates that the contents of the 
containers examined are deficient in weight of total 
food solids per gallon the filled containers may be 
emptied and the actual net weight of the same containers 
after being emptied may be exactly determined, except 

that manufacturers who object to this procedure may 



designate or. each container its tare weight, for the 
accuracy of which designation he shall be responsible, 
as provided in the Ilet Containers Act, 

2. Application for permit to use butter in 
manufacture of ice cream shall be made annually at the 
time application for renewal of factory license is 
made, within thirty days prior to the expiration of 
each calendar year (Section 16 (a) of the general 
dairy law of Caxifornia, amended and approved I.!ay 28, 
1927). Such permits will be issued for one year at 

a time only. 

3, Chocolate ice cream is construed to be a nut 
ice cream and must, therefore, contain at least eight 
per cent of milk fat and one per cent by weight of 
ground chocolate or cocoa. 

4» Ice cream may be made with the use of 
artificial coloring and flavoring without labeling 
the same "artificial flavor euid color", provided it 
lA merely labeled "ice cream." If, on the other hand, 
ai. ice cream were to be labeled "vanilla ice cream" or 
"maple ice cream, " then the ice cream in question would 
have to be made from the pure extracts and pure 
flavorings. "See opinion of Bureau of Poods and Drugs 
of th« Department of Public Health of the State of 
California. July 19, 1927.) 



HSGULATIOH VI. 



1. The use of the phrase "manufacture a:: d sale 
of soft drinks under a trade name" as used in section 
9 (i) of the general dairy law of California (amended 
and approred May £8, 1927}, is construed to mean the 
preparation and distribution of soft drinics having 
milk or sidm milk as a base, in a plant especially 
devoted to the purpose and does not apply to the mix- 
ing of mili: aha^ies, etc., at soda fountains. 

2, Plants desiring to secure a license for the 
manufacture of acidophilus milk or modified milic, as 
provided for in section 9 (g), (h), of the general 
dairy law of California (aaended and approved J'ay 28, 
1927), may do so by letter, indicating therein the 
qualifications of technician who is to be employed aj-d 
under 7/ hose supervision these products will be 
produced. The De..art-9:.t of Agriculture will, at its 
discretion, examine irto the qualifications of such 
technician as an essential consideration in determining 
whether or not the license for manufacture shall be 
issued. 



HEGUL^TICII VII. 



1. The use of neutralizer for the adjustment of 
ice cream mix shall not be practiced when the milk 
and/or cream used exceeds two-tenths per cent acidity. 



HSGUIiTIOI VIII. 



1. 'iTholesale dealers required by the provisions 
of Section 12. of the gerieral dair^ law of Califorria, 
approved June 15, 19£3, to i:eep a record of sales of 
oleomargarine shall once each Jionth prepare and 
alphabetically arrange a list of all custoners of the 
month ;'U8t preceding, showing the total amour.t sold 
to each castoner for the month, and shall fonvard a 
copy of said list to the office of the Department of 
Agriculture of the State of California at 3acra--ne>:to, 



HSGULATIOII IZ. 



1. Two or more cows in full lactation or fresh- 
ening within four months of each other, and producing 
nilk or cream sold to the public, constitute a 
comnercisd. dairy, A milk house must he provided, 

and other requirements of the dairy law observed. The 
sale of small quantities of milk from one cow producing 
more than enough milk to supply domestic need, nay be 
actuated by a desire to avoid waste aiad rot to compete 
with coamercial dairies. Therefore a milk house may 
not be required, provided the milk sold is wholesome 
and handled in a sai.itary manner, 

2. The word "sterilized" as used in Section 13 
(a) of the General Dairy Law of California, approved 
June 15, 19£3, is coi.strued to mean that the process 
of destroying all micro-organisms shall be carried to 
a point equivalent to that accomplished by subjection 
to water or water vapor at a temperature of 170° 
Fahrenheit for fifteen minutes as required by said 
act. Immersion in boiling water (water at 212° Par^en- 
heit) or subjection to superheated steeun or steam under 
pressure for less than fifteen minutes must accomplish 
the sane degree of efficiency reached in fifteen 
minutes by water or water vapor at 1700 Fahrenheit. 



Scalding as used in the ordiriary sense and which 
consists of rapidly pouring hot water over utensils 
is insufficient, in that some of the surfaces, 
especially of tuhular equipment, are frequently 
entirely missed and always some parts of the 
utensils are inadequately heated. 

3, The practice of emptying and holding milk 
in cans in bams, corrals, etc., where nillcing is 
done is construed to be in violation of Section 13 
(a) (6) of the General Dairy Law of California, 
approved June 15, 1923, as amended, wherein it is 
required that milk must not be canned or kept in 
a place occupied by cows or other animals, 

4. In accordance with the requirements of 
Section 13 (b) of the General Dairy Law of 
Califoriiia, approved June 15, 1923, the following 
form is adopted as the official dairy farm score 
card in the State of California: 



DAIRY FARM SCORE CARD 

STATE OF4CAUFORNIA, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, SACRAMENTO 

0. H. HECKE, DifMtor 

BUREAU OF DAIRY CONTROL 



County Name _ 

Town Business address „ 

Total No. cows. ; No. milking. ; Gals, milk daily ; Cream.. 

Disposition Date 



EQUIPMENT— 30% 



Cows 

Apparent good health 2 

Tested and reactors removed. .4 
Food (clean and wholesome) . . 1 
Water (clean and fresh) 1 

Utensils 

Uooded buckets _ 4 

(Or less according to o(iening) 

Necessary equipment available. 2 
(or less according to elHcienrv) 

Construction and condition 3 

Clean milking suits I 

Milk House 

Location; free from contaminat- 
ing surroundings ..2 

Construction... 2 

Floor, walls and ceiling I 

Light, ventilation and 
screens I 

Separate rooms for washing 
utensils and handling milk..l 

Water clean, pure and con- 
venient 1 

Steam or boiling water con- 
venient... I 

Stables.. 

Location; free from contaminat- 
ing surroundings 1 

Drainage 2 

Construction 2 

Floor, walls and ceiling...! 
Light and ventilation . 1 

Total 



Per- 
fect 



AUoK 



METHODS— 70% 



10 



30 



Handling Utensils 

Thoroughly washed 12 

Sterilized and dried. 15 

Protection from contamina- 
tion 3 

C'leanliness of Milking 

Cows clean 4 

Udders washed and wiped 8 

Cleaned with moist cloth 5 
Brushed 1 

Sterile milking machines or 
clean dry hands ..8 

Handling of Milk.. 

Milk removed immediately to 
milk hou.se without pouring 
from pails 3 

Protection from dust and in- 
sects .5 

Cook-d and held below 40° F.6 
Below .V)' F... . 5 

Below 6f)°F 4 

Below 70° F 3 

Below 80° F 1 

Aerated. 1 

Cleanliness of Buildings 

Cleanliness of milk room 2.5 

Cleanliness of stable 2.5 

Total 



Deduct for: 

Very filthy utensils 

Very filthy milk room. 



± 



Ex]uipnient+metfaod.s = final score. 



30 



20 



f^t" *"<>«<* 



15 



70 



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I.O.C. roKM 1. Msee la-ar mm 

CALirOKNIA STATK PWINTINO OmCK 



Inspttttr 







HSGUIATIOn X 
1. In accordance with the requirements of Section 14 
fM Of the ge^Bral dairy law of Ca: :fornia. amended and 
approved i^, ^e. 1927. the following fonn is adopted as the 

oificial score card for factories ^-p a^i 

lacxories of dairy products in the 

State of California; 



Individual Factory Report and Score Card 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. SACRAMENTO 

S. H. HECKE. Director 
BUREAU OF DAIRY CONTROL 



Trmde Name 

Town 

Products Manufactured or Proceiicd.. 
Factory License No 



..Owner or Manager.. 
..Business Address 



..Date.. 



EQUIPIOWT 40% 



fMt 



Al- 
lond 



METHODS M% 



Per- 



■alMiaa 

Lociti«i: 

Kr^e froB eootawtnitlnf 

Anangmtnt * 

Proper raons, I: UtaUxT radlltlo, 
1: idttjuaK size. 1: connnient. 1. 

ConstnKtiM 1" 

Interior suifant — tidit, soind iimI 

eleaiuMs * 

noan. 2. »U8. 1: nilino. 1. 
Li^t and ventilation — adequate. 3 

Drainace — adequate » 

Oneral appearance — atlrMtlw I 

Apparatus - 

Facilities far dcaaiin. ittriliziat m* 

tfryini - "- • 

TraDsportatton eantainers 4 

Plant equipaent. S 

Faciiititt for KaRdlint tin product T 

Adequate, 3; roodiUoti of. 4. 

TMopenitun indicators and controls < 

CundiUon of, 3; stdficient. 3: check 
themoBCtar. 1. 

Water Snpplr - 

Clean and froili I 

Conyenient and atwdant - t 



Total on E«iiipaint 



Buildint, Claanliness. ». 

PrcedOB fToa odors, 2; orderly, 1; 

floors, I ; walls, 1 : celllnss, 1 : doors 



and windov^i, 1 ; 
pipes, etc, 1. 



shafts, pulleys. 



Apparatus _ 

Transportation Coauinars 10 

noroaitaly wariMd, S: sterilised, 4; 
(Hed, 3. 



Plait Eaaipaait . 

Iboroariil; • 
died. 3. 

HKdiini tht PradKt 



3: (terlUicd. 4: 



10 



*0 



» 



Al- 
loved 



Protection from contaaination (flics. 
dust, vermin, etc.) 

Expeditious Operation, 
Celeritj and dispatch 



Proper Teaporaturt Contrvl 

Bereiring. 2 : processing. 6 : siorage. 3 : 
transportation, 2; recsink, 1, 

Pacfcapint and Labelinf 

Technical Control of Product 

Ea» naterlals. 2. finished induct, *. 

MiscellanaMH 

Cleanliness of eaplorees 
Personal. 2; dnthlnt. 2, 

Transportation Facilities 

Cleanliness, li: appearance, i. 

Total on Methods 



Scar*— E«nipaonl MtttaA Total.. 

NOTE.— The follonini inttiuctions constitute an oMcial order and aust h» okssmd. 



Nacosnr) neo e«aipaont aust be insUlled and repairs or other iai 

19 

Diiiilicatt con receieod. 



iprswaents rnuired aust be caaplttad fey 



Ofrrtif 



D c ronsi ao oosso la-ar on 
• LironNia OT.Ti eniwTiMO orrici 



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ISGUIATIOK XI. 

Regulations pertaining to licensing dairy 
produce exchange will be promulgated at a later 
date by the Director of Agriculture and will be 
available upon application. 



^jMlftiliBI 



HSGULATIOK HI. 

1, Any person making application for a factory 
license as required by Section 16 (a) of the General 
Dairy Law of California, anended and approved :,:ay 28, 
19£7, or the renewal thereof, shall file a properly 
executed affidavit in connection therewith, setting 
forth therein such facts as may he indicated in an 
appropriate form, supplied for the purpose, by the 
Department of Agriculture of the State of California. 

£. Any person desiring to secure a milk and cream 
testers license as required by Section 1 (b) of the 
jeneral Dairy Law of California, approved Juno 15, 19E3, 
as amended, shall file with the department of 
agriculture of the State of California an application 
in writing, on an appropriate form provided for the 
purpose, by the said department. Each applicant shall 
specify the method intended to be used and for which 
the license is desired. Before any such "tester* s 
license" is issued, the applicant shall be required 
to pass a written examii:iation and an oral laboratory 
examination and demonstration of technique, sufficient- 
ly thorough to indicate the ability of the applicant 
in conducting tests on milk and cream and in each of 
these examinations secure a grade of at least 70 per 



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lifBiiiaiifiiiiji 



cent. The examination shall be adapted to the 
particular method of testing specified in the appli- 
cation. The license, if issued, shall specify the 
method to he used hy the licensee and shall not be 
construed to permit tests to be made by the 
applicant using ai^ other method than that specified 
in the license. 

3. Any person desiring to secure a license to 
weigh or sample milk, or cream, or both, for testing, 
as -squired by the Seneral Dairy Law of California, 
amended and approved Ltay 28, 1927, shall make 
application in writing, on an appropriate forip 
supplied by the department of agriculture of the 
State of California. Before any such sampler's and 
weigher's license is issued, the applicant shall be 
required to pass a grade of at least 70 per cent on 
both parts of the examination. Before any such 
license is issued, the applicant shall have satis- 
factorily demonstrated his ability to take correctly, 
individual and composite samples which are truly 
representative of the lot from which the sample was 
taken. Ke shall also prove himself capable of 
answering intelligently any questions pertaining to 
his work as a sampler or weigher of milk or cream. 
4. Any person desiring to secure a license to 
make bacteriological determinations upon milk or 



cream, which determinations are to be used as a basis 
of payment or determining value, as required by the 
General Dairy Law of California, amended and approved 
May 28, 19E7, shall make application in writing on an 
appropriate form supplied by the department of 
agriculture of the State of California. Before a 
technician's license is issued to such applicant he 
shall be required to pass a written and an oral 
laboratory examination and demonstration of technique 
sufficiently thorough to indicate the ability of the 
applicant in making bacteriological deterrninatioi.8 on 
milk and cream which are reasonably accurate, and 
secure in each of these examinations a grade of at 
least 70 per cent. Tne methods of technique which 
shall be used by all persons holding a technician's 
license end upon which the examinations will be 
based, shall be the standard methods fbr the 
bacteriological examination of milk of the American 
Public Health Association, 



n rmiiiiinf iiBTTinirifflfca 



RSSULATIOII XIII. 
Rule 1, Samples, 



1. (a) Ililk or creen to be sampled shall be stirred 
or mixed until all parts are uniform. Samples shall be 
re-oresertatiTe of the fct content of the product sarai^led 
and in case of composite samples shall be proportionate 
in amount to the amount of product from which the sample 
is taken. The sampling device shall be rinsed in the 
product before any part of the product is trai.sferred to 
the sample bottle. 

(b) Samples shall be marked for identity and in 
case an identification number is discontinued in any 
case, the sa^se number may not be reapplied to another 
patron for a period of at least two months, 

E. (a) Cream samples for testixig shall be held in 
wide-mouthed bottles of at least two-ounce capacity, 
filled to the top and closed with a tight-fitting 
rubber stopper or otherv/ise hermetically sealed in a 
manner approved in writing by an authorized represent- 
ative of the department of agriculture of the State of 
California. 

(b) Ullk samples for testing may be held in the 
same style container specified for cream, or in milk 
bottles with a well-fitted paraffined milk bottle cap. 

3 (a) For preserving milk samples for milk fat 



determination solid preservatiTe may be added in 
sufficient amount to preserve the milk but must not 
exceed o: 9 per cent of the total weight of the sample; 
or liquid reservative may be added in sufficient 
amount to preserve the sample but must not exceed two 
drops of preservative per ounce of milk. 

(b) For preserving cream samples for milk fat 
determination, solid preservative may be addeo if 
necessary but must not exceed three-ter.ths per cent 
of the total weight of the sample; or liquid 
preservative may be idded not to exceed two drops 
of preservative per ounce of cream. 

(c) Composite samples must always be agitated 
whenever an addition is made to any such sample in 
order to diffuse the preservative throughout the 
sample. 

4. (a) The licensed tester shall retain in his 
custody samples of all milk end cream tested by him 
for a period of at least forty-eight hours after the 
test has been completed and shall be personally 
responsible for their safe keeping. 

(b) The management of any concern purchesiiag 
milk or cream on the basis of its nilk fat content 
must provide a cool place in which all san5)les may be 
kept for forty-eight hours by the licensed tester and 
in which they may be locked if such is deemed 



Ift 



necessary ty the licensed tester or an authorized 
representative of the department of agriculture of the 
State of California. 



Rule 2, Babcock Testing. 

1, Test room equipment: 

(a) All glassware shall be in conformity with the 
specifications set forth in Section 17 (c) of the 
General Dairy Law of California, approved June 15, 1923, 
as amended, and shall heara legible and indelible 
distinguishing mark indicating official approval, 

(b) Test bottles must be reasonably well cleaned after 
each using and rendered entirely free from fat, 

(c) The scales or balances used in weighing the charge 
into cream sample bottles must be accurate and shall have 
a sensibility of not more than thirty milligrams. 

(d) The scales or balances must be fixed in position 
or set on an even and level support while in use. 

(e) The scales or bP.lances used must be free from 
vibration and draughts of air while being used, 

(f) Weights for weighing cream samples must be 
correct within a tolerance of 10 milligrams for the 
nine-gram weight and 20 milligrams for the eighteen-gram 
weight, 

(g) The pipette used for treasuring milk samples *all 
be whole and must not have a broken tip nor any portion 



of the delivery end remored. 

(h) The centrifuge must be level, secured on a solid 
foitndation and when in operation, free from vibration due 
to loose bearings or other cause, 

(i) The arms of calipers or dividers, if used, must 
work smoothly and must be tight enough to prevent slipping 
at any part of the angle described by th«n. 
£. Accuracy in weighing cream tests: 

(a) Empty test bottles must be accurately balanced 
before receiving the charges of cream. 

(b) Cream samples must be thoroughly mixed to an even 
consistency before being weighed into the test bottle. 

(c) Cream samples when cold, sour, thick or lumpy, 
must be carefully heated to a temperature that will 
allow thorough mixing before the charge is weighed into 
the test bottle, but at no time shall the water in the 
tempering bath exceed 110°Pahrenhe it , and all samples 
must be weighed into the test bottles at a uniform 
temperature. 

(d) The pipette used for filling the charge into 
the test bottle must be rinsed out with water at about 
110°Fahrenheit between weighings. The water must be 
shaken or blown from the pipette. Ti.e pipette must then 
be rinsed with the next senile to be weighed by drawing 
a portion of the sample into the pipette and discharging 
it before any portion of the sample is put into the 



test bottle, 

(e) The weight of the charge of creaa in the test 
bottle must be accurately balanced, 

3, Accuracy in measuring milk tests: 

(a) The sample nust be thoroughly mixed before 
being measured into the test bottle, 

(b) The samples must all be pipetted into the test 
bottle at a uniform tempernture, 

4, Mixing samples and acid: 

{ G ) Temperatures of samples and acid shall be 
approximately 70°]i'a:.renheit when mixed. 

(b) Samples and acid oiust be thoroughly mixed 
imraediately after mixing is begun. 

(c) Samples should be a deep chocolate color after 
being mixed with the proper amoxint of acid. 

5, Operation of centrifuge: 

(a) Bottles must be properly balanced in carrier, 

(b) Samples must be centrifaged three times, with 
addition of hot water (temperature 140° Fahrenheit or 
above) to the bottom of the necJc after the first, and 
to near the top of the neck after the second centri- 
fuging, and the length of time for whirling shall not 
be less them five, tfio and one minutes in order named 
above, 

(c) In all testing of milk .r cream when the sane 

is received or purchased upon the basis of the amount 



of butter fat contained therein, the Babcock t eater 
shall te operated at the proper speed , which is as 
follows: 

(1) For tester with carrier, cups extended, with 
diameter of fourteen inches, the speed shall tie between 
eight hundred seventy-five and nine hundred twenty-five 
revolutions per minute. 

(E) For centrifuge with carrier cups extended, w.th 
dianeter of sixteen inches, the speed shall be between 
eight huTidred twenty-five ai.d eight hundred seve:-ty-f ive 
revolutions per minute. 

ic) ?or centrifuge with carrier cups exterded, with 
diameter of eighteen inches, the speed shall be between 
seven hundred seventy-five and eight hundred twenty-five 
revolutions per minute. 

14) For centrifuge with carrier cups extended, with 
diameter -f t.venty inches, the speed shall be between 
seven hundred twenty-five and seven hundred- seventy-five 
revolutions rer minute. 

(£) Tor centrifuge with carrier cups exte^ided with 
diaT.eter of twenty-two inches, the speed shall be betveen 
seven hundred and seven hundred fifty revolutions per 

minute . 

(6) For oent^if^^ge with carrier cups exter^ded with 

dia'::eter of twenty-four inches, the speed shall be 



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between six hundred seventy-five s.:.d seven huridred 
twenty-five revolutions per minute. 

(d) The average temperature of the centrifuge 
chamber when in operation shall not be below 150° 
Fahrenheit, 

6. Heading crean tests: 

(a) The color of fat columns shoold be clear, 
golden yellow. 

(b) The solution adjoining the bottom of the 
fat column nmst be clear. 

(c) Tne fat coluams :.iu8t be practically free 
from precipitation, or foreign matter, 

(d) Test bottles must be held in a hot water 
bath at least ten minutes before readiiigs are 
commenced, 

(e) Test bottles must be held perpe -dicular 
when the fat columns are neasured, 

(f) The meniscus at the top of the milk fat 
column shall be destroyed by the use of an overlying 
foreign oil approved by the De.:artrnent of Agriculture 
of the State of California, and the milk fat column 
shall be read from the extreme bottom of the fat 
column to the plane of separation between the fat 
column and the overlying foreign oil, Glymol must 
not be added to more th^an six teats at one tine and 



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aiji oiily just immediately before readings are made. 

(g) The reading of the teat shall he made with 
the fat column entirely submerged when the temperature 
01 the milk fat is between 130 and 140 degrees Fahren- 
heit. 

7. Reading milk tests: 

All laws, rules and regulations governing the 
reading of cream tests shall also apply to reading milk 
tests except that the meniscus on the fat column of milk 
tests shall not be destroyed and the fat col^inin of tests 
on milk in milk test bottles shall be read from the 
extreme bottom of the fat column to the top of the top 
meniscus. 

6. Zeepi:ig records of tests: 

(a) All persons holding a state license to conduct 
teats of milk or cream shall make duplicate records of 
the result of such test, the original to be made with 
indelible pencil or India ink aiA the duplicate to be 
made by the use of carbon paper. 

(b) The forma on which test records are kept 
shall be obtained by the management of any concern 
buying milk or cream on the basis of its fat content 
from the department of agriculture of the State of 
California at Sacramento; or the said mer^agement ma:' 
adopt a form on satisfactory paper stock of suitable 



size and providing space for necessary information, 
and submit the same to the said department of 
agriculture, whose approval in writing must be secured 
before said forns may be used. 

(c) Eac>i 3heet shall be authenticated by the 
sigriature of the tester and marked with the date on 
which the tests were made* 

(d) Whenever a change in the records, v/hile 
still in tne possession of the tester, is necessary 

by reason of accident or failure to properly record the 
test, or v/hen a retest is made, the original entry on 
the records shall be marked out with a single stroJce 
of the pencil or pen without defacing the figure and 
the correction noted immediately adjacent to the 
original entry. The change shall be identified by the 
initials of the tester which are to be written on the 
record immediately adjacent to the correction. When- 
ever, for any such cause, a change in the records is 
necessary after the duplicate test record sheet has 
been deposited ir. the official sealed box maintained 
for this purpose, a record of such change shall be 
made, marked with the date the retest was made ard the 
date that the milk or cream that is retested was 
received, and this sheet authenticated by the 
signature of the licensed tester. The necessary 



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changes occasioned by these retests shall "be made and 
identified on the original test sheet in the office by 
the licensed tester only, as set forth in the beginning 
of this rule, and this retest sheet then be deposited 
in the official sealed box, 

(e) The original test record sheets shall be 
delivered to the management of the concern for fftiom the 
tests are made immediately upon completion of the tests, 

(f) The duplicate test record sheets shall be 
deposited immediately in an official box supplied for 
the purpose by the department of agrictQ-ture of the 
State of California at Sacramento or made in accordance 
with blue print specifications obtained from said 
department of agriculture, such official test record 
box to be kept in the test room at all times, 

9, Character of work: 

A licensed tester shall not work faster than 
will permit thoroughness and accuracy. 

10, Observation of laws, rules and regulations: 

(e) A licensed tester shall at all times under- 
stand and comply with all laws, rules and regulations 
governing the testing of milk or cream bought or 
received on the basis of the amount of milk fat contained 
therein, by euiy method or process, 

(b) Variations between the licensed tester's 



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first teat ai.d his reteat on the same aan5)les amount- 
ing to 1 per cent or oTer on cream tests and one-tenth 
of 1 per cent or over on milk teats are considered to 
he excessive t 



Hule 3, Gerher Testing (Pucoma SquipmentJ, 

1. The Gerher test using Pucoma equipment may be 
used for tests on milk only (not cream), when the 
results ohtained are to be used as a basis of payment 
for milk fat contained therein. 

2. Licensed testers using Pucoma equipment for 
tests on milk must follow explicitly the instructions 
recommended by the manufacturer for conducting this 
test, unless otherwise instructed in writing by sua 
authorized representative of the department of 
agriculture of the State of California. 

3. All ecuipnient shall be accurate and kept in 
good working condition to the satisfaction of an 
authorized representative of the department of 
agriculture of the State of California. 

Rule 4. I.Iojonnier Testing. 

1. Licensed testers using Ilojonnier equipment or 
determining the milk fat content of milk or cream on 
which payment is based, must follow explicitly the 



current instructions for conducting the test issued by 
the manufacturer, unless otherwise irstructed in writing 
by an authorized representative of the department of 
agriculture of the State of California. 

{£) All equipnient shall be accurate and kept in 
good working condition to the satisfaction of an author- 
ized rep re sen tat ire of the department of agriculture of 
the State of California. 

Note:— See Rule 2, paragraphs 2 (c) and 3. TThen, 
from any cause, cream samoles have become churned and 
contain particles or lumps of gathered fat. such samples 
shall be heated uniformly to 110° Fahrenheit , but to no 
higher a temperature, and this temperature maintained 
until all particles or lumps of fat are liquefied and 
then mix and shake violently, taking the charge for 
testing quickly before the liquefied fat has a chance 

to rise. 

See Rule 2, paragraph 8 (d) Any form of paper 
will serve for a retest sheet and it is not necessary 
to make the retest sheet in duplicate. 



TSGLT-ATIOK IIV. 



1, Any person desiring to register any 'brand, as 
provided by ;5ection 18 (b) of the General Dairy Law of 
California, as aiiended and approved Hay 28, 1927, shell 
file a properly executed application on a form supplied 
upon application by the departsaent of agriculture of 
the State of California, whereupon the department, after 
holding for a period of three weeks during which time 
the proposed brand shall be advertised in one or nore 
newspapers of general circulation in the locality in 
which the applicant is engaged in business, as provided 
for by the act; and if at the end of such i;eriod there 
appears to be no contest of right or ownership to said 
brand, the depertment will formally register such brand 
as the correct and legal designation for the property 
of the applicant. 



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RSaUlATIOlI TT, 



1, Whenever it is not possible for milk products 
plants purchasing milk or cream direct from farmers 
to furnish addresses in connection with the list of 
patrons as required by Section 20 of the General 
Dairy Law of California, approved June 15, 19E3, as 
amended, the approximate location may he given in lieu 
thereof by indicating the distance and direction from 
certain local landmarks, and it shall be the duty of 
all such plants to -aep a record of the approximte 
location of all patrons, which record shall at all 
times during working hours be accessible to duly 
authorized rerresentGtives of the department of 
agriculture of the State of California, 



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H3GULATI0E XVI. 



1, Whenever a naimfactured product of milk is found 
to be impure, iinclean, unwholesome, stale, adulterated, 
or found to be produced, manufactured or Icept in em. 
insanitary place, by an authorized representative of 
the department of agriculture of the State of California, 
he shall proceed to attach to such manufactured product, 
or the containers thereof, in an appropriate manner, a 
teg or label bearing the words "California Inspected 
and Retained" and a copy of this regulation. Whereupon, 
such manufactured product of nilk nay not be sold or 
moved or transported to any other place or premises 
until the owner thereof has been given due notice and 
hearing as provided by Section 21 of the (Jeneral Dairy 
law cf California, amended and approved I.Isy 28, la27, 
V/hereupon said labels shall be renioved by an authorized 
representative of the said department of agriculture 
and the product or products so held either released or 
condemned and inarired, or destroyed, or otherwise 
dia;osed of as determined by such hearing. 



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rSGUIATIOK X7II. 

1, In accordance with specific authorization 
provided in Section 15 (a) of the General Dairy 
law of California (anended and approved Hay 28, 
19E7),ai:d in accordance with stipulation number 
eight filed in the office of the Governor, 
regarding the administration policy in the 
enforcement of the Pure Llilk Law (amei^ed Jur^e 3. 
1927, Chapter 888), market cream may be pasteur- 
ized for thirty minutes at a temperature ofl50° 

Fahrenheit, 

£. Any special permits for the modification 
of prescribed methods of pasteurization shall be 
permitted by the department of agriculture of the 
State of California orJ.y with the concurrence of 
the department of public health. 



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RBGUIATIOK XVIII. 



1, Ho pasteurized market milk may be sold under 
a label indicating that it is produced by norreacting 
tuberculin-tested cows unless *;1-- entire milk supply 
of that plar.t is obtained from nonreacting 
tuberculin-tested cows. 



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REtJULATlOlI XIX. 



1. Ungraded, raw market milk, is declared unclean, 
impure, unwholesome and unfit for sale for human 
consumption as such, when it contains more than two 
hundred thousand bacteria by official plate ccxint or 
one million bacteria by direct microscopic count, per 
milliliter. (Section 2 (a). General Dairy Law c: 
California, approved June 15. 1923) (Section 2. Pure 
nil k Law, approved Jiine 3, 1927.) 

£. Ungraded, paste^Jrized market milk, is declared 
unclean, impure, unwholesome and unfit for sale for 
human consumption as such, when it contains more than 
one million bacteria by official plate count or five 
million bacteria by direct microscopic count per 
milliliter before pasteurization; or when it contains 
more than fifty thousand bacteria by official plate 
count per milliliter after pasteurization. 

3. Sour market cream is clean mar/iet cream which 
has been fermented by the action of one or more strains 
of lactic acid bacteria, such that the product contains 
a distinct acidity, but which otherwise conforms to 
all of the requirements for market crean. This 
product nay be sold under the designation "sour market 
cream." 



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RSCrULATlOlT XIX. 



1. Uiigraded, raw market milJc, is declared unclean, 
impure, unwholesome and unfit for sale for human 
consun5)tion as such, when it contains more than two 
hundred thousand bacteria hy official plate coxint or 
one million bacteria by direct microscopic count, per 
milliliter. (Section 2 (a), deneral Dairy Law of 
California, approved June 15, 1923) (Section 2, Pure 
Milk Law, approved June 3, 19 27.) 

2. Ungraded, pasteurized market milk, is declared 
unclean, impure, unwholesome and unfit for sale for 
human consumption as such, when it contains more than 
one million bacteria by official plate count or five 
million bacteria by direct microscopic count per 
milliliter before pasteurization; or when it contains 
more than fifty thousand bacteria by official plate 
couxit per milliliter after pasteurization. 

3. Sour iLarket cream is clean aar/:et cream which 
has been fermented by the action of one or more strains 
of lactic acid bacteria, such that the product contains 
a distinct acidity, but which otherwise conforms to 
all of the requirements for market crean. This 
product nay be sold under the designation "sour market 
cream." 



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4. (a) Homogenized cream is cream which has 
been subjected to a process for dividing the fat 
globules into fragments, thereby increasing the 
Tiscosity of the product, but which otherwise 
conforms to all of the requirements for market 

cream. 

fb) Viscolized creeun is cream which has 
been subjected to a process similar to homog- 
enization, exceot that the fat globules are not 
as finely divided as in the case of homogeni- 
zation. It otherwise conforms to all of the 
recuirements for market cream. 

6, Half and half is a product consisting of 
approximately one-half maricet milk and one-half 
market cream, each of which conforms to all of the 
requirements for these products. 

6. Llilk or cream which does not conform to 
requirements as defined in the General Dairy Law 
of California (approved JUne 15, 19S3), or with the 
requirements of the Pure Hilk Law {approved June 3. 
1927), or which has been produced in an insanitary 
dairy or factory of dairy products or other 
insanitary place, or which has been handled in an 
insanitary manner, is hereby declared to be impure 
and uirwholesome, and must not be sold for human 
consumption. Such milk shall be kept in a 



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4. Ca) Homogenized cream is cream which has 
been subjected to a process for dividing the fat 
globules into fragments, thereby increasing the 
viscosity of the product, but which otherwise 
conforms to all of the requirements for market 

cream, 

fb) Viscolized cream is cream which has 
been F^bjected to a process similar to homog- 
enization, except that the fat globules are not 
as finely divided as in the case of homogeni- 
zation. It otherwise conforms to all of the 
requirements for market cream. 

5. Half aM half is a product consisting of 
approximately one-half market milk and. one-half 
market cream, each of wr.ich conforms to all of the 
requirements for these products. 

6. Llilk or cream which does not conform to 
requirements as defined in the General Dairy Law 
of California (approved June 15, 1923), or with the 
requirements of the Pure :.:ilk Law (approved June 3, 
1927), or which has been produced in en insanitary 
dairy or factory of dairy products or other 
insanitary -lace, or which has been handled in an 
insanitary manner, is hereby declared to be impure 
and unwholesome, and must not be sold for human 
consumption. Such milk shall be kept in a 



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distinctive container and plainly so mariced or 
condemned and narked for identification with a 
suitable coloring matter. 



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REGULATION XI. 
Rule 1. I^lli lusj-ection Services. 

1. Any unit of govemment or other group desiring 
approval of a milk inspection service shall make 
application " -^roval in writing to the departmait 

of agric'iLture . Jf the State of California. Upon 
receipt of said application the said department of 
agriculture shall determine if such unit of govern- 
ment or other group is entitled to approval. If such 
approval is given the said department of agriculture, 
with the concurrei.ce of ti.e iepartaent of p^il^lic 
health, sr^ll issue i certificate of approval to the 
mill: inscectior. service, provided such approval may 
be withdrawn sho'old the mil;: insi.ection service later 
become inefficient, v; hereupon the certificate of 
approval shall he forfeited. 

2. To secure and hold Slcv;1i approval a milk 
inspection service must: 

(a) Provide a sufficient force of oualified 
inspectors, under the general direction of a 
regularly licensed ph^-sician. and sufficient labor- 
atory facilities to enforce efficiently the Pure 
Llilic Law (approved J^ine 5, 1927), and other laws and 
reguletions relatir^' to graded milk, li- ti.e absei ce 
of a laboratory arrai^ements may he nade with a 
person or firm, approved concurrently by the depart- 



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aeiit of agriculture ar.d the departaent of public 
health of the State of California, to do bacterio- 
logical aiid other laboratory work, 

(b) Provide for the efficient physical exan- 
ir.atior: of enQ)lo;'ees, as required by law (Section 3, 
p-ore llilk law. approved Jui.e 3, 1927). and in accord- 
ance with detailed instructions of the departnent of 
public health, which will he issued directly to 
authorized examiners from time to tine. 

(c) Provide for the physical examination, under 
the supervision of a qualified veterinarian, of all 
cattle producing milk to be sold in its Jurisdiction 
as required by law (Section 3, Pure llilk law, 
approved Jui^e 3, 19£7). This shall consist of a 
general physical examination for manifest evidence 
of diseases such as enlarged t^lands, mastitis, 
pyoinetra, tuberculosis, open sores, ulcerated teeth, 
abscesses, etc., iai accordance with detailed 
instructions of the department of agriculture, which 
will be issued directly to authorized examiners from 

time to time, 

(d) Llaintain the standards for the various 
grades jf milk as established by the Pure liilk Law 
(approved June 3, 1927), and the rules and 
regulations hereby established. 



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(el Cooperate ir the holding of official surprise 
milk scoring contests whenever requested to do so by a 
duly authorized representative of the department of 
agriculture of the State of California. {Section 4 
(c). Pure Ililk Law, approved JUre 3, 19 £7.) 

(f) Comply with the rules and regulations herein 

set forth. 

(g) Provide for the grading of market cream on the 
same basis as aarket milk whenever possible. 

Rule Z, Inspectors, 

1. No dairy inspector appointed under the provisions 
of the pure milk law (approved June 3, 1927), shall 
accept any compensetion, directly or indirectly, for any 
advice rendered to any dairyman, nor shall any such 
inspector be the agent for, or be interested in, any 
firm or corporation selling, or handling eny supplies 
used by dairymen, creameries or other factories of dairy 

products, 

e. The inspectors whose duty it will be to par- 
ticipate in the enforcement of the pure milk law 
(approved June 3, 1927). and other laws pertaining to 
the grading of milk and cream, shall have passed a civil 
service examination given either by the Civil Service 
Commission of the city or county in which the milk 



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inspection service is situated, or by the State Civil 
Service Commission. Such examination* if fiven by a city, 
county, or city and county, shall be of equal or higher 
standard than that given by the State Civil Service 
Coramission for the position of dairy inspector; provided, 
that all persons holding the position of dairy inspector 
in any city, county, or city and county, for a period of 
six months prior to the first day of October, 1914, and 
performing the duty of such office to the satisfaction 
of the Board of Health of such city, or county, during 
that time, shall not be required to taice the said exa-n- 
ination. In the event that the inspector has not taken 
the Civil Service examination at the time of his 
appointment, the qualifications of such an inspector 
shall be determined by an examination conducted by the 
Bureau of ^airy Control of the Department of Agriculture 
of the State of California, liothing in these rules shall 
be construed to require the health officer of the state, 
or of any county, or city, to take an examinrtion before 
being qualified to inspect dairies, milk plants, 
creameries, cheese factories, or any other factory where 
milk products are handled; and nothing in these rules 
shall be construed to interfere with the inspection of 
such places by employees of the Department of Public 
Health of the State of Califon:ia when en epidemic of 
any comatmicnble disease is prevalent. 



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Rule 3. Inspection. 



1. Inspection shall consist of laboratory exam- 
inations of the products and adequate supervision of 
the equipment and methods of the various producers and 

distributors. 

E. Samples of retail mili: for hacteriologica; and 
chemical examination shall be taken in original 
containers direct from delivery wagons, dairies, milk 
plants, or other places of business at least once every 
two weeks at irregular intervals and without previous 
notice to any producer or distributor. Additional 
samples of milk retailed at stores, etc.. shall be taken 
as frequently as conditions will permit. Sample.- shall 
be taken from stores in all cases where complaint is 
made regarding the condition of same. Special • ter.tion 
shall be directed to the temperature at which store 
samples are kept. Samples of wholesale milk for 
bacteriological examination shall be taken at time of 
arrival at the mtlk plant at least once a month. The 
term "wholesale milk" is construed to mean milk from a 
producer v;ho sells his product to a distributor and 
shall not be construed to include the wholesaler of the 
finished product, to restaurants, stores, bakeries, etc. 
All -ailk sanples shall be kept at a temperature below 
500?ahrenheit until plated. Laboratory technique shall 



be in accordaixe with the "Standard Llethods of the 
American Putlic Health Association for "ilk Ar.alyais." 
The direct microscopic count of tacteria (Breed I'.ethod ) 
is recognized as a standard of official technicue where 
used for Judging the quality of unpasteurized milk. 

3. Dairy farms shall be inspected at least six 
times a year, fasteurizing plants shall be inspected 
at least once every two weeks. Plants of producer- 
distributors and raw milk shall be inspected at least 
once each month. Scores on the methods and equipment 

of dairy farms or products plants shall be made at least 
twice each year. Visits of inspectors shall be un- 
announced and at irregular intervals. Pasteurizing 
eouipment shall be given special attention and record- 
ing thermometers tested for accuracy at least once every 
two weeks. 

4. All persons engaged in handling milk, either 
before or after pasteurization, shall be required to 
exercise scrupTilous cleanlinaaa and must not haxbor the 
germs of typhoid fever, tuberculosis, diphtheria, or 
other CO rarauiii cable diseases liable to be conve^.ed 
through the milk. Absence of such communicable disease 
may be determined b^, cultures and physical examination 
to t^^ satisfaction of th« local health officer of milk 



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inspection service. 

5, 3ach dairy or distributor of milk and cream shall 
be iept informed ofthe results of the laboratory exam- 
inations and scoring of their individual products and 
equipraer.t. On the basis of these determinations the 
inspection services shall issue v/ritten authorization, 
to each person or concern who desires to sell nilk under 
its jurisdiction; provided, that authorization shall be 
revoked in every case when the product or equipment of 
any person or concern does not conaistentl; meet the 
requirecenta of the pure milk law or of the rules and 
regulations for its enforcement, 

6. (a) In case an official plate count exceeding 
the Isfal standard is obtained on the retail sample from 
a distributor, the milk inspection service shall make at 
least three recounts within a period of two weeks in 
addition to the routine milk examination, whereupon if 
the coxint is persistently high and the average count 
obtained during the two weeks period exceeds that 
established by the pxire milk law, auch milk may be 
degraded, or, at the option of the milk inspection 
service, excluded from the local market. VTienever the 
product has been degraded or excluded from the local 
market by this procedure, such product shall not be re- 
established at its previous stai.ding for a period of at 



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least four weeks during which time it aust have met with 
the requirements of the pure milk law as determined hy 
official coui.ts. All recounts are considered as official 
samples in computing final milk scores. 

(b) In case an official plate count exceeding the 
legal standard is obtained from a producer delivering 
milk at wholesale in bulk to a distributor whose supply 
is drawn from a large number of producers, the milk 
inspection service shall make at least one recountln 
verification of the first as quickly as possible. If 
thjB first count is verified by a high recount the milk 
from such producer may be degraded, or at the option of 
the local milk inspection service excluded from the local 
market. '.Yher.ever the product has been degraded or 
excluded from the local market by this procedure, such 
product shall not be re-established at its previous 
standing until at least two recounts have been taken, 
indicating that it is again in conformity with legal 
requirements. (First recount must be taken within at 
least five days of date of degrading or sooner if 
expendient with good inspection service; second to 
follow immediately.) 

7. All publications or public statements relating to 
the quality of mil.-: or cream, or the condition of dairies 
or milk plants, shall be expressed in terms of percentage, 
one huiidred beiig considered perfect. In rating milk or 



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cream this percentage shall be tased on an average of 
results obtained by the examination of at letst four 
samples taken at intervals of at least a week. In no 
case shall publication of numbers of bacteria be made. 
The method used for qd mputing milk scores for 
publication shall be approved by the Department of 
Agriculture of the State of California. 

Hule 4, Standards* 



1. I.Iarket milk shall be delivered in sterile 
containers and the standards shall be those established 
by the pure milk law 'approved June 5, 19£7), and in 
addition the following maximum temperatures with respect 
to cooling: 

(a) Grade "A" raw milk, when distributed twice a day 
by the producer, must be cooled to a temperature of 60 
Fahrenheit or below, immediately after being drawn from 
the cow, and so maintained until delivery to consumers. 

(b) CJrade "A" raw milk, when distributed once a day 

o 

by the producer, must be cooled to a temperature of 55 

Fahrenheit or below, immediately after being drawn from 
the cow, and thereafter naintained at a temperature not 
exceeding 60° Fahrenheit until delivery to the consumer. 

(c) Grade "A" raw milk bottled at a distributing plant 
must be cooled to a temperature of 56° FahrenJieit or 



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cream this percentage shall be tased on an average of 
results obtained by the examiiietion of at least four 
samples taken at intervals of at least a week. In no 
case shall publication of nunbers of bacteria be made. 
The method uaed for oa mputing milk scores for 
publication shall be approved by the Department of 
Agriculture of the State of California. 

Rule 4. Standards. 



1. I.Iarket milk shall be delivered in sterile 
containers and the standards shall be those established 
by the pure milk law (approved June o, 1927), and in 
addition the following maximum temperatures with respect 
to cooling: 

(a) Grade "A" raw milk, when distributed twice a day 
by the producer, must be cooled to a temperature of 60 
Fahrenheit or below, immediately after being drawn from 
the cow, and so maintained until delivery to consumers. 

(b) jrade "A" raw milk, when distributed once a day 

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by the producer, must be cooled to a temperature of 55 

Fahrenheit or below, immediately after being drawn from 

the cow, and thereafter naintained at a temperature not 

exceeding 60° PahrerJieit until delivery to the cons\imer. 

(c) Grade "A" raw milk bottled at a distributing plant 

must be cooled to a temperature of 56° Fahrenheit or 



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telow. tar.edlately e«er being d«w. from the co», and 
thereafter maintained at a temperature not e.cedlBg 
60° Fahrenheit until delivered to the conaumer. 

(al 5rade "A- mlli for pasteurization mast he 
cooled i^nedlately after heing drawn from the co, to 
as low a temperature as practical and 30 nalntalned 
until delivery to the plant. After paeteurizatlon. mil.. 
„Bt he cooled to a tenperatu™ of 60^ Fahrenheit or 
helow. and so maintained until delivery to the consumer. 
E. A milking Bhed or ham with tight, nonahaorhent 
cleanahle floors shall he required of each dairy 
producing graded mil., such milling shed or harn to he 
acceptahl, to the local inspection service and under 
Whose jurisdiction the dairy 1» conducted. 

?ule 5. Labelling. 

1. Graded marlcet mtli must be labeled to give the 

following information: 

(a) I^-me of product, using on. of the following legal 
tenne to correctly define the grade: 

^. ^ ,Miv Grade "A" Haw llillc. 

Certified kiiK. ^ j« ••«" Pnateurized raillc. 

Guaranteed ?.aw milk. Grade A^ ^^^J^^ized l!-llc. 

Guaranteed Pasteurized liilk. ^rade 3 Paateuri 

(b) liana of producer or distributor. 

(c) Address of producer or distributor. 



2. Ungraded milk must be labeled to give the 
following information: 

(a) name of product, using one of the following legal 

terms to correctly define it: 

Ilarket Uilk Raw. 

Marlcet Llilk Pasteurized. 

(b) Fame of producer or distributor. 

(c) Address of producer or distributor, 

3. Special designating words such as "Inspected Llilk,' 
"Extra Quality Llillc." "Purity Guaranteed." "Special Baby 
Uilk." etc., must not be used. (Pure Milt Law, approved 

Jxme 3, 1927. ) 

4. The words "whipping cream" or "table cream'» 
constitute the name of a product and may be used for 
labeling market cream. Othenvise, the requirements for 
labeling market cream are the same as those relating to 
mar/cet milk* 

Hxile 6. Prosecutions, 
1. Prosecutions for violations of theproviaions of 
thie meaBure shall be directed against aiiy person, firm, 
corporation, or association, and any manager, director, 
or agent of a firm, corporation, or association who 
directs or permits an eni)loyee to violate any of the 
provisions of this act. as well as against the actual 
offender. 



3BGULATI0N XZI. 



1. The heating of milk or milk hy-products, to he 
returned to farms for feeding purposes, to a temperature 
of 185° Fahrenheit, or ahove, as reouired hy the 
provisions of Section 1 of the pasteurised dairy by- 
products act (approved June 3. 1921), may he accomplished 
hy the direct injection of steam into the vat containing 
such milk or milk by-product, without the use of a 
recording thermometer to indicate the temperature, upon 
receipt of special written permit from the department of 
agriculture of the State of Californiai provided, that 
such permit shall be revocable if at ar.y time it is 
found upon investigation that such product is returned 
to the farms without actually bringing it to the 
reauired temperature, as hereiiabove specified. 



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FILED 

in the office of tke Secretary of lUta 
OF THE STATE OF OALIFORHIA 

MAY 2 3 1928 







OF ST/VTE 




DirtJTY 



1 



QU/iBANTINF. ORDER NO. 5 
(Hew Series - Kovleed) 

Pertfclnlng to Oriental Fruit Moth. 

Effective on and j f ter May 12, 1928. 



VHEREAS, Tlie fuct hat '.leen deternlnod by the Director 
of /igriculture that en insect Injurious to peach trees and 
fruit p.id other trees and fr It I nown as the Oriental F.-ult 
moth (Lcspeyreslt -olesta , Busck) ew to and not heretofore 
previ 1 cnt or d ' strl ' utec" i n the Etu'.e of California er-lsts in 
the rtfctes of Sew lork, Conaccticut, Hew Jersey, Pennsylvi.r.ia .Kentucky, 
Meryl&nd, Delfwrie, 'est Vir^lnii , Virt-.inia, Tennessee, North 
Caroline, ^outh Carolina, i^lorida, Georjrla, Alebama, Llrsissippi, 
Loulslunt, '".kt.nsts, Texus, Ohio a-.d Iivlana, and in the 
District of Columbia, ell of w"..ich are incJuded in and herein- 
after referred to t t'.e infested territory, t--:A that all 
verietlos anl species inclu ing tht; flowering- for-ns of peach, 
nectarine, altnond, apricot, rlur, cherry, choke -cherry, quince, 
pear and arple trees and olcnts i-.iid fresh fruits tyoreof, and 
all boxes, ^srrclE, baskets, or other conttiners cf t>e8e 
fruits ero lia'^le to be cariere of st id Urlentt^l fruit sioth 
into the :.trtc of California; 



NO 



th: 



-r J.tw, 



It Ir decl red n'jcessnry in order to 
prevent the Lntvociucti -n' of the se.id Orlentei fruit noth Into 
the £ti-te of Culifu.-ala, tlu.t a quera-tino be and the st.;ne Is 
hereby esttblishod at tho "boundaries Ox t e otafce of California, 
in ecrordance v.-lth t-.t provisions of 'j«ctlon C;:i9b of t.e 
Polltlctl Code of the rtute of Ctlifornia, against said Oriental 
fruit T.oti-, .n-l cJl v;:rietie3 and species ir.cludlnr the flowering 
forms of peucli, nectarine, almond, aprlcoi., -lu!i, cherry choke- 
cJerry, quince, near and apple trees or plants or parte thereof, 
Inclucln..' the fresh Truita, and a':" boxes, barrels, baskets, 
or other containers that have beea used to coni:i<in t' ese fruits. 
Imported, shl oed or brought fron suid i -f ested territory, and 
further, no such trees or plants or portions thereof, including 
the fresh fruits, and no contclnyr^ used for such fruits as 
quartntined againet In t" i s order shnll be ner itted to pass 
over the said qut^rantlne lines so i ereby ostatilshed and pro- 
claimed. 

Any and t.11 varieties a.-id species inrludi'i^; the flower- 
ing form of peach, nectarine, e-lnon-"!, apricot, plun, cherry. 



choke-cherry, qtilnce, pear and apple trees or plants or 
pnrts thereof, incluJlnt; tlie fresh fruits, and all boxes, 
barrels, beskets or other used contclners of tnese fruits. 



r' : 



ari'lvlng in Celifornlr from the s; Id 
shell be refused tdmit^ence Into the 
shell be Isunedlately sent out of the 
the option end expense of 
their responslM jgents. 
Agriculture und ell stete 
empowered to carry out ell 



the owner, or 
All derutlef? 



infested territory 
State of Cellfornie and 
state or destroyed at 



owners, Ms or 

of t^^e Director of 



quarantine gvuirdlans ere r.ereby 
the provisions of t:As order. 



The foregoing does not epply to the experiments of 
the United States Department of Agriculture in the State of 
California. 



Tills Revised Quarantine Order No, 3 supersedes 
Quarantine Order Mo. 3 (New Series) dated January 22, 1927, 
and shall take effect ii.i:.iedlately. 



4 



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blre^or or Agriculture. 



APPROVED: 



Is sued I 







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FIUED 

ia the office of the Becrettry of f tata 
OF THE STATE OP OALHOMIA. 



JUN29 1928 




G. H HECKE 

DIRECTOR 







STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 



AHSKNiEKT HO. 6 TO QUARAKTINE ORDER HO. 7 
(Sew Series • R«yi«*d) 



Pertaining to Alfalfa W««Til 

EffactlT© on and after June 28, 1928. 



Until March 1, 1929, thrt portion of the county of 
Lyon, State of Nevada, lying south of the northern boundair 
of township thirteen north, tnd west of the eastern boundary 
of range twenty-four east, and known i.e the Smith Valley, 
is exempt from the provisions of Quarantine Order No. 7 
(Hew series), provided that any and all shipments of com- 
modities quarantined against by Quarantine Order Mo. 7 (Hew 
Series) and offered for entry Into California from that portion 
of ti:^ county of Lyon. State of Nevada, lying south of the 
northern boundary of tovmshlp thirteen north, and west of the 
eastern boundary of range twenty-four east, end known as the 
i%lth Velley, aust be accompanied by a eertlficete signed by 
the Stc.te Qiiarentlne Officer of Nevada or by e duly authorised 
deputy of the Sti te Quarantine Officer of Nevada, setting forth 
the exact loc lity where the commodity was grown. Where stored 
if stored, the nane and address of the prodxwer, the nnne and 
address of the shipper and the nane a;\d address of the person 
or firn in California to whom the conmodity is consigned* A 
copy of each certificate shall be mailed in advance of sliipaent 
to the Director of Agriculture, Sacraniento, California. 

Quarantine Order Ho. 7 (Hew Series) is amended accordingly. 

This Amendment supersedes /jnendment No. 2 to Quarantine 
Order Ho, 7 (Hew Series) issued July 11, 1927, and shall take 
effect immediately. 




Dlrector^or Agriculture 



APPROVED » 



XSSUSDt 



governor of thi ' Stsf^ of Calif 6rnif 

June 28. 1928. 



G H MECKE 

Director 




STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



SACRAMENTO 



AMSSDMES'I! NO. fi TO QUARANTINE ORDER HO. 7 
(Sew S«rlea - R«vl«*d} 



< 



Pwtalnine to Alfalfa W««t11 

Effective on and after June 28, 19S8. 

Until March I, 1929, th^t poi-tlon of the county of 
Lyon, State of Nevada, lying south of the northern 'joundary 
of to%-nshlp thirteen north, and west of the eastern boiondary 
Of range twenty-four east, tnd known i.s the ^mlth Vtlley, 
is exempt from the provisions of Quarantine Order No. 7 
^5!r*^®^^®®^' P^o^id»d that any and all shipnonts of com- 
mofiltles quarantined against by Qaera..tlne Order No, 7 (lev 
series) and offered for entry into California from that portion 
of the county of Lyon, State of Nevada, lying south of the 
Uo-KS^^v^^^'^^y 2^ tov;Tis-: ip thirteen north, and west of the 
•^fi!''^ ^^^"'7 °^ re^Se twenty- four east, and known as the 
'^raxtJi Vclley, aust be accompanied by a certificate sl-ned by 
the St; te Quarantine Officer of Nevada or by a duly authorized 
deputy of tne Sttte Quarantine Officer of Nevada, setting forth 
the exact locllty where the concnodity was grown, where stored 
if stored, the nane and address of the producer, the ncsie and 
address of the shipper and the naae arxi address of the person 
or fir:= in California to whom the conmodlty Is consigned, A 
copy of each certificate shall be nialled in advance of slilpraent 
to the Director of Agriculttire, SacraLiento, California. 

Quarantine Order Ho. 7 (Hew Serlee) Is aaended accordingly. 

This Amendnent supersedes /jnendment No, 2 to Quarantine 
Order Ho, 7 (New Series) Issued July 11, 1927, and alall take 
effect immediately, /-. 




Agriculture 



APPROVED: 



governor or xai^ titafte of Uaill'ornla 



•X 5iat 



ISSUEDt 



June 28. 1928. 



/ 



A/o. ^v^ 



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Proclamation by the Governor 
Convening the Legislot ture in 
Extradorainu.ry session 
September 4,1923. 



OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
/^UG 16 1P28 

(DAN 




©xecutiue department 

rroclaraation by tlie Governor 
Convening t/.e Legislature in ixtraordinarv Session 

epart. ent, 
;^ .-' Caliiornia: 

"'l.ereas, an extraorainarr occasion has arisen anu novr 



ezr. 



:cuir i;i 



z'..e Legislature o:" the ST:ate of Calif- 



ornia oe convenea, 



riore, 



. oun^ 



Governor oj 



;:ie iitate 



Califorxaia, by virtue of the pov.-er ar u authority in ne vested 
by section 9 of Article 7 of the Constitution of the State of 



California, do hare: 



ccr: 



sleture o: 



:he 



;al: 



-.acra; .en 



One Thou:. 



.ee. !i.-^ a3se„o^e _n eztracrcmarv sess 



;ate of 



.on, at 



.ifornia, on Tuesday, the fourth aay or 3epter.;ber 
- unared ana TWenty-EiiL-ht at 11:0C o'clock 



tne -nurrose of consider in 



protjosal 



the ^x,o.ze 



;i Gai.j.: 



?nla ^t zr.3 . eneral sleccior 



in hovember , 1928, of an a.'.endEient to the Constitution of 



;.-e 



State of California, 



::ic.. 



.11 



(1) — Provide a nev; ...ethod for ti.e taxation of all banlis 



locat3d v/ithin the .^tate of Cal: 



)rnia, 



(E) — Provide a ner; State franchise Tax ur.on financial 
corDorations, other than banks, ana upon nercantile, iianu- 



fac 



state, 



ousiness corporations, a. 
'.all be a substitute 



.rese: 



;s v/ithin 



3tate Pra:'.- 



chise -rax imposed under authority of subaivision (d) section 14 



Article Xlll of the Constitutio.. 



-he State of California, 



(iBxecutttJe department 



,3, .. provide a v,or...-olo .et.o. .or the taxation ot 

. , „-a not to .«ead .oux nllls on each dollar 

intancibles at a ra.e noi 

of their actual value. 

^ -nr T have l.ereunto set my I'.and and 
In 'Jitness TTr.ereof , I i^ave 

. - ««-xed vereunto the Great 3eax of t„e 
cause" to oe affixed ..er .^s Sixteenth 

,, ,... o<>-^ce in the State Capitox tMs ..ix 

aay - i^-.--t, m the year of our Lor». One 

Hundred and TBenty-SicS.t . 




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F'lLED 

» tip dl6« 6f tl« 6»ef«uf> ef Sum 
^i TS£ BTAti or CALirOajru 



By. 



(!33tccixttiic Pc^iartmntt 

Strttf of (Halifovniix 



i^lit*)C.\j<i)X 4| ISr^S* 



TO Tjr ^-TTATZ AirD Ai^>::TJ'SLY 0? TIK STATE OF CALlrCJCflAl 

In aadroa.flne you rci;i>ectinc the preiiont t«x ecmrcei.oy which 
hno oallod you toeothrr In apooinl Pfoslon, tnore is little to ado to 
my fDrorr l-^ttw: and adraiioe noBSfMie, aont to you nearly throo wooka 
a«o, and now upon your desks. Those wcr« sent, to«.-oth.'r 1th o. 9or>j 
of the Taic ;onr?.lsslon*a renort. In ortler thnt you aad the general 
public inlfjht hrsT© exeot Itnowlcflfie na to the fiaoal oi-oMear wLloh aow 
oonfrontc ua, and thr:t you nl/-ht detorr ino for your.clvoe whothur 
there le any possible rf^thofl of scautlon ot:ior tiion that workod out 
by the Cv ', ision* 

."-a yau vrtU recall, I pointed out in ry adranea nesseee that, 
by decjBlons of the l.nlted tatoa >iprerna Joui-t ccr:atrui:i€ B«ctlcT £ 19 
of the :iilte(! tetua ptIs^ tatutoa 8c forbiddi^v: tha lr:5>08itioi oy 
• otnta of o t«x on Intcnglblea at a lover rate tlian that arrlled to 
notionaJ br.r.'a, and by othar Inoon^slstent and Tery old prorlalons of 
our fltnte no titutlor, the Collfomla ooruitit .tioaal yrcrvi:;iou t&ziae 
national l, . s on *ar»73 hoo boon ahovm to ba ' lacrlnlnatoxy, ar.d ajch 
bank taxes are therefore noi? appero: tly vrlpod out| thi^t us loug ae 
Viiu condition oxlata wc ean not la o<iulty attecqjt to tax state btuika, 
aad thnt if we do so att«apt we ahall Inovitubiy lo;.o our state btuJc 
aysten f-jro^j^j;! thof.e bnnKs beoonlns a-tlonaHzed| tht.t as a result of 
t; 1& ritu tlon the atota ia In dan^vor of lOBing paat, pieuex^t, and 
futui-e bmik taxes amountln.- to poesibly as tsuoh aa ?r?£,000,000, all 
of flrtiloh can pi-obably ba aovcd by at onoe estcbllBhiuc a ralid cathod 
of bnnk taxatloni th' t ureier the provieione of the fodoral etatuta 
the only prriseit arsll- hlc n-thod of tacrine beuia will cccrpcl uc to 
tax other corwratlona nt the same rate, a oonaldcrsblo portion of this 
ne^f tax conln- from oubaldlary financial eorpcrstics»a afflllitod tlth 
bealra a^Ml nor eaoepli^ Qlrjost tRX»froa; thiii tnls oov .--cthod of 
oorrTorata fra-iehlso tax, whlls rwd'jcine tho taxes of 3 majoplty cf 
corvjrrvtlons -ziA Increesine the texeo of othor oorporatlona, will 
aqunllae the tax burden as bctweon oorporatlonE and brinks and betvrooa 
the oor-oratlonc t^enf^elyes} end, finnUy, thnt the only rata which 
wo»ild not be oonflaeatory as to oorDorntiona nust •loeoosarlly be loccr 
than the rrto esmjusod n^ainat boaka by tho fomer iurolid 1. .tho. , and 
that therefore tho only altera-tlrc la not batwjtn tMe rnto an.. tt:2 
present bank tax rate, but between thlt late ajul tho entlra abolisbeent 
of bank taxation which aeaea inorltable If no actiun is tal»r at t^ le 

tiZM, 

Itoday, I ahall atteeipt only a brief rorlow of the azl^tlof 
probl«a, together with a atatersnt of vhR% would apTJoar to bo the only 
poaalblo altcmntlToa for action In the jiraniaea* 

The eltur^tion by which it has booocke enriclent that our nethod 
o' taxing bQiJcB on the value of th -ir uharos is linrelld, ean ba 
ehargsabla to none of you, nor, in fact, to any one connected with 
California state govorr«MQt durine the paat twenty years. The ahare- 
tax nrthod waa first Totod upon by thu people in 1006 aad finally 
adopted in 1010, :Tidoi.tly no onu :t th t tlae appreciated that thU 
■othod of taxlafr banks was in conflict .1th fodorai law, nlthoof^ one 



of the t'alxca pvobaol* caaal:^ such conflict - '«r-jly, Bort-«ge-tax 
exojnntlon - waa adopted it tlio :JMiO election. 

lioitb.r eiioul.. the lE^t utate adnlniatmtlon, ualor «hleh the 
i«»*n«lbl«. law ««!. p«aed, bo ohfir,-,-od with corjsolaialy Invnlluatlae 
tLo bonk aiiore-tax, siuoe •.tollaa- laws for texloc Intanglbl^a had to^ 
artootod in xii»aroua other .ttitee. llaaorrr, an Booa as the J;"* ^"^ *"** 
of thoeo atBtoa, i inneeota and Ucoaain, wai-o paaood upon by the 
United .'5tate« Jupr«n» Court, the true eltuatlon becaoe Knoro; .hereupon 
OaU.o»ni.> ua...-t U*;;.:; to p^ottot tl-o i^ir-iit of thrlr tarca and 
iTistltitod aulta now poudinc Iwfore tba ocurta. 

As aoon aa the lax Oanui^ialoa looSod into tho nv-tt- r. It 
boca.1 ltd e.aouvoi- to fiii- a «^ by ^.•hlcfc at leeet n .ortlcm of thie 
boiS tax nldl.t be aavod. In coajuiictioa T.ith other atatoe It atterpted 
to iiicujo .^ut^^oii vo B^ead .Hoetlou .£19, tha feCei^l atntutc wnich 
•^8 oau^irn^ tlio ii.-nc.lty, but to ao aTcll. It th«r turned to the 
ouly 01.1C.- ,„u3wiocl Lu,vi«! of baui: ttoutlon i-rcnrided by federal law, 
thTraethod of taxing a Talae :.c>aevyr*l by act ir.ccco| la nhiob, howerer, 
the rate of ^aiii: t*xatiou -a^ yc-.-^ittod to be no tTuator than tho rate 
auo«8eed acaiast othui- corpo.n-.tlonB. It finally fixed upon a rat« 
•Qulvaioat vo ^o^ o-.r Jo:t o*" tl.o »et incisia as n .-^to whloh wo-oOd 
ooith. r Incpeeao nor aeopeeae the pret-Oiit state r*;vanue doriTod frcn 
bttaicfe aud other A aoiT,orotia:uj teion toJ;ettier. 

■iliitf will uurueatiorAbXy reduce the taxee of laaay bciJts, 
thourfi La thtt caac oJ aa.* of the lart:or btuJce of filiated with 
auoaiaiari i'ia..aclui oorpo. tio..a, tie total tax -./ill probobljr be 
lacreaaod. owlue to t:« fQot tii. t tho..e aib8idl«rl<'a are tw. escaping 
Bith a v«ry a-uOl to:. '>^i=n. It ./Ul ecualise the tax bui;Je:. aa 
bfitweon the bouke and other coi-porotlcj^a, uad will further e<;uallB« 
tno buixiea u« betwesr* tiio aorpor-dtiouo thoaeolTei!. It nlll lirxiten 
a y^xy oppreaaiva and unjui^t burden upoc naay ac^ller corporatioR*, 
while addiiJC T ivy Editorially to the taxes of tcoe oi" tho Ispger 
cor^oratioaa, ao* oscapioG prac Ileal V tax flreo. It ttIII in no way 
ai.ec^ t... . '...oi-ia ^arr. oyer not oo.xsen^l with benka or cor^oratloaa, 
sinoo Uie auount of the atate's revenue recelToc ftroo those two 
eourooa la a>t nltor«.l. and co..soquantly nothirc additional nned be 
re<iaired ftror. thoea now paying local taxea. 

i'lnolly. In falmeea it ouat be sonocded thnt the present 
ait>i'.tloii ia aot charceebi.e to cali:?or.ila bonka ar^ noro than to 
Cali.-onilB lofiiBluturea, tliou^h I autpoct thtt yaetem banklOK 
influenoe v/'.'j be ijelplnc to prefToat thi- aiiondteat of aection t;£lfi 
In -Son, -eaa. X aia aatiafied ti^t wuat the baiii;fl uofllre la • 
•tabUiMd uad TOUd eyat^B of bank tttxation, and that if thia tm 
onsa aeaured they will aalsB no further efi^art to collect boek froi 
the state thoao taxes already paid, eran Xhou^^i paid under a ayatac 
irtiioh f.iey rocapd aa loralid* 

1 hold no brief for tho benka, and hure not the aliehtoet 
peraonal o. fliu^j^it-l i-topeot in aiay of theiij but : do uot lii3 to 
see then unjuatly charged with trylne in thia liietonoa to oMiapa 
thsir fair &hure of tha tax burden, w.int. to tt»e oijaration of a 
fgOtml l*w which thay hawe uo I'owor to ca:2flco« 



i&tatc otCiilifornia 



Lz fsr GS "^ Vnrc boen •sble to c^otRrrdne, thor« are Jixat six 
possiblo courscB of aotion now before thio Loclsl-itiu'e. I will 
•zuaaerote thoue as follonn: 

1 • Mcyt a OPT?, ttt i tloaol wcUI-^tt e]/Jr>^ IIivj;:. sup^,:fct«d 
by the Cctri.:.r~i oi., > rut ^ Ith. c l_qwff- r'-.to too. tVn oc -:ivclp u t of fouf 
po." cont on net 1 ^.<x-iQ , 5Tiit ■.vvHild undoiil-Wdly b«a pldfi>:.a„ to 
oertoin ooxpoi-atloue tdiieh haro hitherto boon eaoapi^^j 7,1th T.ry lew 
tarra, "-.nd wMch nor nrturplly dirll'tr to o<-e the»«» tox'>s netcrially 
isc.-oanod. :'t oould probrioly '-o reijirdod b: noet of th«s banke an a 
gmtor Trxiuctlon In thnlr tases than they hare 6.v^ right to ercpoot. 
It would be ro.",oiite^ by the .. rdir. r:' tt--r>ivy' r, .>'.o holds tJ-^'-t oren 
at four per cent t^^cre Ji toe iirent a roductioc in bu-iic ttxeu. 
l.;orecvr>r, It t;-oiud oause a decrcc.so in the rtoto^G iworiuo, wMch 
wojTC liave tc be cn-lo up free ccr.c oth'^r ooorco. 

'o pt £ OCT .. ti t tiui^l r:.xxi:^. i^iK oltn^ Itnec 3u.; ^ c;;to<> by 



tlio _ Comioaioa. but v^^ th 



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•11 



,^or rate t.',zu> the OQuivsl<nt of I'our per 



ae..t JL ..-^t l;>c.tre . T-'i.. i-cOd -i-c''; :Hy ;.ct t«r? opposed IjS' sjna of th.o 
btuii:8 if ti\Q increase n.orc not too j^ront, but it Hould uulocbtedlj be 
oppoti.><i \y tlio^-o JiarJ:;; -ith «jb"lAlnrjr flaf^;oial oorpo-.-^ ticr^a tallica 
tazoa are posratbly incroaoed ovoa nt c four iM.r coat ruto* It wouCd 
tae weleoned by tho . cnoral taxTjayoi » who fc' ilti koesjjr the border, of 
hie own taxes ami would li'xe to bcc othur tazec kept proportlonatelx 
hi^jh. rt .CTii 1 be vl,:oroual7 oa-abi'.ttcKl by noot of Julirorila'e 
26,000 corpoorationst iao..y of whioh a-.old aceQ;>t ^^veii u foiu? ;>or cont 
roto oat;' rith r"!lactc-Qcr!. .'.'Innlli', ^^ ;?^ould pi-oouoe a ^^ixjetor 
rereoue than that nan recolved fron the* usiac aoui-oo?, and gi^atgr 
tJiac 1;: atjcoe-iar:* ,it tho proaent tlr.iu. 

by the Jocni.«ii<Mi» ^ but .'it h^ do ..utixxitp i^iitlal v< tc u i;i-;.i3atoc.. 
'Ihic p.1t>:. i.:L_ht bo a^lvr? nta,;couc -\l ."ivi-'i-; Uic l©L;i-l-ta--e t.'ppui'tuaity 
to delibopoto at l?»n<.'th error the ifitaj c'urLu. the ro3<ilr-r ucrjcion 
Ir. ic:. , '.oftfTor, tho opportunity for nueh colibentioo is eorefulli' 
prosarvod in the aror>d.':ent ea pronoecd, in thnt the 'ecirlctore nay 
at any tiao notiify thr. retea nor: r(icctr.^ade(l« Tui't.' ^-rcore, it secaa 
obTious that both the Loei^l^turc auii tho people are Ju£tifled in 
dCTii'Mlrv; all availx:blo iafometiou as to .hat the rate is li!--:ly 
to be* The 1"8z '::omi;>aioa rturt r. tumlli- h^-vo alidi-^d y.li, .litbtion 
or mtos bofore occriittini; itrolf tc the propotod pln;u It tl^er^fore 
•eena only fair to pre.-aat tho fftstc fmil^y to tUt votors, as to 
Ztttee as well as to nathJd. "orooror, if '.o :"Dtc wo;e now fixeO, 
and if it ahoui; }nppcn t'.iat i-i^-^j^i d^la^- ao -'ato O'xilJ bo asroed 
arna beCoro thn first VoaJay of aoxt !'aroh, the bnnjtr woild escape 
all taxation for the rxuct fisool ^car. 



*• i'«^igo Bo p^ ' ^^" A.^ ^r^" , ^^?^ py , ^^° ■ 11 ^*"^ aliBre-tox ylaa guo h 
aa will reuoTfe x-i, 2vix c-o.^flict with the federtil lug * 'Aia 

3tttdi«rTZto~Iy tiio T^x 



possibility waa at tha voiy bcgiu;ii.^ 
CcrrJr^.'.lor '\%Y art-c:e ir.:^, Ilioir corjclUBlui 
at loaat three thioes would be iiucoii-j r^ : 11 ', 
e&tctc r.urtga^o egair. uaucr tcization - an act:.' 



F.J th.,t tc do tHa 
-' L^^'iJV;, real 
.'hich i.ould 



©leecittiiic Dcpartmntt 

state of Crtlifovulii 

, ^ ^ *^ >>r,tM hv *>o>TTtror cck' by Itmder; second, 

to ollninate the pra..e.t «^;;" "*""^'*f ^i 7ic l^o " t, uu additional 

ta»itirru t:'«:. t'-.-t acooos'vS n^^n^t tne b^^noj. 
arc 3w j^ 4„„^,-, t'fv- 'y to TOO. yru .rou?.c tnC-Ci~irc I'- " -t- 

ESI HHH3^%rs:.^ ^^ii-^-.tr- 

- t t . ifrf^Hr??, ,^U. 'ir ..!ola, tM9 y->a -iii 1^^= f^^pMS 
Maaiwhlls. -y ^"^' lr*_ ^a".! t^;c Ic ! ilitlru n.jcoor 17 to 



state ot'Crtllforuia 



the plaii w*io?i«vf!r a fjtoi-o aaoaftaaat to the firieral at: tuts »o 
pwite. a*he adoption of tlils ecwDtoent rill la no xay o:ir>pllent« 
eoiuiidaratloii ox the -iritlr« -^-oblnm of state taxation by th* fl^a* 
I^>r'l;;l to.-© UTion prcaer.tntloii of the eOBplcta report toy the IM 
Cci'srl -loa; but it .?111 t)i-OTi<'B a Inf^l xsthod of benk taatlOB 
to rnoot the pr«;v3at e«er-eney. :'nvli. tho^ i;^o,:c:.tc1 -U vof.slblo 
altnrnatiTeo ar clearly os T can. T laare to you th3 solution 
of the Tirobleo* 

Reepeotfully autrlttM, 



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(Bxecniive ^epavimtni 

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tb» plan whanwror a future arjsafiaent to the federal statut* •• 
penalte. Ita adoption of thle amentoottt Jill la no «ay coapllft^ 
Oonai^watKA of the «intlr<» problem of state taxation \v ***"*** 
Lagisl'^tor* upaa. presantatioo o* the o«plo*« rerort by tha Tax 
Coraci.aiool bat It wUl ppo»14a a laflal mathod or baak twatla* 
to aaat tha pwcoot «arjwn«y. HarliuT thus pMsentaa aU poe-lbla 
altcmatlT6« as claarly ao 1 ean, I l8«»a to yoo tha aolutlm 
Of the pjroblea* 



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GOVERNORS OFFICE 
SACRAMENTO 



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Proclamation bv the Governor 

Convening the Legislat-Jire in Extraordinary Session. 

Executive Department, 

State of California: 

Whereas, an extraordina::y occasion has arisen and 
nov,- e::ist£. re^uirin^- tha'. the Legieiature of tlie State of 
California be convened, 

Ko-w Therefore, I, C. C. 'Joui^o-, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the pov/er and authority in 
me vei;t5d by section 9 of Article V of the Constitution of 
the State of California, do here'^y convene the Legiclaxure of 
the Sta-:e oi California to meet and aasemjle in extraorcinary 
;-^ssion, at 3ajrar:::r.tc , :a-ifornia, on Tuesday, the fourth 
day of Sepiciiibe., Cne Ihouaand Hiue Hundred and Twenty-eight 
at 11:00 o'cloc:: A. M. of said day, for the purpose of con- 
dideririo* '.. '- to the people of the State of California 
at the ge. '■ c:\ in I'cvein'er, 1923, of an amendment to 

the Coiiit -- - California, which v.'ill 

(1) Provide a no.v method for the taxation of all 
Lanks located within the 3tu;.e of California. 

(£) Provide a new Stato Franchiiie Tax upon finan- 
cial corpora-cions, other than janks, and upoxi uercantile, 
:;iur.ufau- v,urin5 and ri^tnerss corpor-ctions, doiiis business v/ithin 
the State, whi - uto for th3 present State 

Fianjhise Tax n.-^^..:^^ ^^^^^^ o.^v,-.v-ity of subdivision (d) 
taction 14, Article XIII of the Constitution of the State of 
California. 



(Z) Provide a workab. -.od for the taxation of 
intangibles at a rate not to excoau four mills on each dollar 
of their actual value. 

. , i; have here^unto set mi" hand and 
..- Grer.t Sca2 of the State of 
Calif orn: . offic -6th day 

of AugUi:.-. , iu .- . • ■ ■ ■ '""■"-* -d 

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Of TBB BTITE OF CAUFQSIU 

SLP2 01928 



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DlREC ''OR 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 

AMEm>MEOT 10, 5 TO QUARARTIHE ORTER HO. 7 
(New Series) 
Pertslnin^ to Alfalfa Weevil 

Kffecfclvo on end after September 17, 1928 



^'/HERHAS, The fact has been determined by the 
Director of Agrlcultiire that the alfalfa weevil 
( PhytonoHi-ur ooatleua ) exists in the counties of Veee. 
and Oar^'iei'?", rte.to of Colorado: 

IfQW', THEREP0R2, It Is declared necessary in order 
to prevent the further int:'oductioa of said alfalfa vrecvll 
into the State of California that all of the previsions 
and requiro.iientc set forth in O/jaraiitlne Ordor !.'o, 7 
(Hew Serien ) he hereby made to apply and do apply, uiitll 
further ordo.-s, to sli portions of that ten'itory Imov.'n as 
the counties of Mesa en-? Ocrfiold, State of Colorado, in 
addition tc r-nd includinr tlie states and counticc sef 
forth in Quarnntlne order No, 7 (Hew Series) and all 
anendaente tl-ioroto. 

Qocrrntine Order IIo. 7 (:Jew Series) Ln aaiendod 
accordingly, 

Thl« a'^endment shall take effect itowedlctoly. 



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Governor ■ or tir^ State or CaiirornisI' 



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Of THE STATE OF CALlfOflNiA 
OCT'S -1928 

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■ 3LSCTI0N PROCLAl'ATION. 
I, C. C. YOWIG, Governor of ti.e State of California, do hereby proclaim 
that a general election v/ill be held tiiTOUchout said State on Tuesday, the 
sixth day of I.ovoniber, 192Q, at which the following offices are to be 
filled: 

T?;r;iT3SK •:lsctcrs of presidstt mx vice pr3sid2ct of the uijited states; 

CNZ LITITSD 3T;xT3S SHTr^TORj 

!.:5:3ir.-3 or tiie i'cuse of Rx:\T3sii:TATr;:2s ^r .izi: v.:n?r2D states, fron each of 

the Eleven Cc:i(Tresaional Districts in the State; 

STATE 3Z::aTCRS from each of t;.e following Twenty Senatorial Districts in 
the State: First, Third, Fifth, Seventh, Ninth, Slevex^th, .nirteenth, 
Fifteenth, Seventeenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-first, Tv/enty-third, I^yenty- 
fifth, 'iVfenty-seventh, Twenty-nint... Thirty-first, Thirty-third, .hirty- 
fifth, rnirty-seventh, and Thirty-ninth Districts; 

I.ZHBimS CF THE ASSSt3LY OF THS STATS OF CALIFOHIOA. froE each of the Eighty 
Asseribly Districts in the State; 

JUDGES CF THS SUPSRICH .CURT OF THE STATS OF CALIFGRITIA in and for the 
respective counties or city and county and as follows: Kern - one, 
Los /ii-geles - one roiown as office lumbar three, 3bz Liego - one, ana San 
Francisco - one known as office h'unber three; 

;iL30 such state, county, township, district or ether offices as are pro- 
vided by law to be filled at such election. 

I further proclair. that at said election there will also he submitted 
to the vote cf the electors such proposed Constitutional ar„e::dr.ents, 
questions, propositions, initiative r.easui-es ar.d acts suspended by referen- 
dum, as are required to be sutr.itted by the Constitution and laws cf this 
state} 

And I do hereby offer a reward of tne r.undred Dollars for the arrest 
and conviction cf any aad every perso:. violating any of the provisions cf 
Title four, fart one, or the ?ei.al Code; such reward to oe paid until the 
total arzount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sun of Ten 
Tliousand Dollars. 



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Governor oi tne ^tate o^ - ^ ^ 

4^ „^+ r" hand and causoQ --le j. <i"« 
hereunto set n^ han^ an ^^^i^^d at 

seal of the said -tate xc ^ ^ of 

the City of SaoraKeutO, tn-. SeconQ a j 
October, A. D. 1928. 



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©aeecutitie ge^^artmcnt 

§tats of ®rtlif«jr»ttrt 

In acoOTdftnce wit!. Um lon^j ostabilahcd ountcxn of our 
country, the rxraldcnt of tho Unitofl "totoa has set ftixirt and 
<leol,:nntod tho Inat ll'-uradoy or tl.ia month b3 fl day of tlauilio- 
;^ivinc to (oC for ti-o blcaal:-,_a Triiloh lievo «o richly attoncod 
118, anfi of pri^or ior tho contiaunnce of tl.j-o blesoi^ro. 

?hio beautiful cuaton io one wh:oh every oitizon would do- 
3iro to porietufitc. It sociaa eminently fitti-v that wc ahould 
devote one cay of cao; ycer, in our hjcaoa and in our roj, eoiivif 
bouses of voraJiip, to e ronCerir(. of thcnKa, Jiot only fyr the 
oontlnuanoc of oiir ev, terif.l welfare, but also for tho trivilot; 
whioh la oiirs of living In a lanfi of peace, frocdori, ii.;ci e- 
lufillty of opr,ortunity» 

KofW th' I'oloro I, "UC.Toun , ''-ov-rnor of tho ""tcite of 
CaJifornio, in iurcucinoc of the proolj'i -i t - oii of the iTosldent, 
Rnc in Qccordanoo vfith tho aut^aority vested in rie by law, here* 
by deolrrc Thuraray, tho twouty-nlnth Ca^' of !3oT««.ibir, lO^C, 
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IK riTf?" " n:'t>'?02' 1 have he 
unto act ry hau^-. and oqiio< tl.e 
nront ^.oal of tho "t'tc of 

Cc i- :■-. Q '- ' be a. .i:-.oc ».. la 
17th da^ of T'oTcobor, 19£t3, 



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^^\iRZ. DilRY LAW 



DitiJCJOR 






FIL.HD 

ia tit- v-^fi '''the S«crets'Y of 9tat« 
OF TUE^feTAl't; or CAUirOMIA 

£E? -IS 1929 



Byv, 






DEPUTY 



iVK2l2JAS, The Revised iJairy Laws of the otate of uallf- 
ornia, passed by the legislature of 19ai, require the issuance 
of regulations by the oJepartment of ^»grioulture pertaining to 
certain of their provisions; and 

VfH3RSAS, At subsequent hearings attended by interested 
officials and by representatives of all branches of the industry. 
It was found that certain other regulations were necessary, setting 
forth methods of procedvire and interpretations of certain require- 
ments of the laws in order to accomplish the purposes thereof; and 

.YnjUilAS, Certain advances have been msule in dairy control 
work during the two years just past and certain portions of the 
dairy laws were amended by acts of the legislature in 1925, 19<i7 
and 1929, making revision of dairy regulations heretofore promxagated 
by me necessary; 

NOrf, THZRJIF0R3, By virtue of the authority vested in the 
Director of agriculture under section 2la of the General i>airy Law 
of California, approved June 15, 19E3, and amended and approved 
June 17, 1929, (Chaps. 729, Statutes of 1929) and section 4d of the 
"Pure iillk Law," approved Jvme d, 1927, (Chapter 888, statutes 1927) 
I hereby proclaim the following jairy itegjulations, numbered one to 
twenty-two, to be in force and effect in the State of California 
on and after this fifteenth day of august, 1929, and that all 
previ^^us dairy regulations promulgated by me are hereby annulled. 





Director of agriculture 



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RiXJULATIOH I 

1. The phrase 'Properly fed and kept"' is construed to 
mean that milk, within the meaning of this act, must be produced 
from animals fed only suoh feeds as ..ill not impcLrt strong ais- 
agreeable flavors or odors to the millc or the products thereof. 
(The intentional or wilful feeding of mustard, turnips, rape, 
onions, etc. is specifically prohibited and the use of pastures 
where suoh feeds as mustard, turnips, rape, onions, etc. are grow- 
ing to such an extent that the q^aality of milk from oows grazing 
on such pastures is injured thereby (tainted) does not constitute 
proper feeding, whereas, most natural grasses, alfalfa, clover, 
vetch, peas, ensilage, beets, carrots, cocoanut meal, grains, 
etc., which are not moldy or decayed are entirely suitable for 
feeding animals producing milk.) All feeds must be wholesome and 
fed in such liuantities as will nourish ana not impair the health 
of the animals. Milk producin^j animals must be kept reasonably 
clean and must not be subjected to undue exposure so that their 
health is injured thereby. 

2. Milk for manufacturing purposes nay be graded into 
three classes as follows: 

FIRoT GRAD3 MILK is milk showing low dirt content, is 
well cooled, will pass the alcohol test containing brom oresol 
purple as an inaicator, contains no xindesirable flavors or odors 
and contains not more than one million bacteria as indicated by 
direct microscopic examination. 



1. 



S3C0ND GRADE MILX I3 milk showing some dirt content, may 
have some xindeslrable flavors, is unoooled, shows a questionable 
reaction to the alcohol teat containing brom oresol purple as an 
indicator, or contains more than one million and not more than five 
million bacteria as indicated by direct microscopic exajnination. 

THIRD an^S lULK la milk that is very airty, strong, sour, 
contains numerous flies, or other insects, gives a distinct yellow 
curd by the alcohol test containing brom cresol purple as an indicator, 
or contains more than five million bacteria « Indicated by direct 
microscopic examination, or is otherwise unfit to be manui-actured 
into a food product. Third grade milk which in the Judgment of the 
inspector is clearly unfit for human consumption, or wx.ich is known 
to have been proauoed under very insanitary conditions, shall be 
condemned and loarked for identification by the adaition of a suitable 
amount or charcoal paste and rennet. 

Note: Requirements for grading Market milk under the 
Jurisalotlon of approved milk inspecting aepartments may be founl 
in the Pure kilk Law. ^ee page 



RiiGULivTION II 



1. Cream being defined as a portion of milk (Section 4 
of the Oenaral iJairy Law of California, approved June 15, 1923) infers, 
and is construed to mean that the milk from whioh it ia separated must 
conform to the established aefinitions and standards for milk. 

E» Cream for manufacturing purposes may be graded into 
four classes as follows: 

FIRST GRATZ GRilAM is cresun which lends itself readily to 
the manufaot\ire of ninety- two score butter or above (creamery extra), 
being clean, smooth, free from undesirable flavors or odors, sweet 
or aoid not to exceed three-tenths of one per cent acid (figured 
as lactic acid) , and containing at least thirty per cent of milk 

fat. 

33C01II) (JRADil CR^QAil is cream which lends itself readily to 

the manufacture of butter scoring from ninety to ninety-one and one- 
half (creamery prime first), being somewhat fermented, contains 
some undesirable flavor or odor, and contains more than three- tenths 
and less than six-tenths of one per oent acid (fijnired as lactic 
acid. ) 

THIRD uRAJJS CRJIAII is cream wliich lends itself to the 
manufaottire of butter scoring from eit;hty-eight to eighty-nine 
and one-half (creamery first), may be slightly foamy or slightly 
curdy, has distinct off flavors, is old, and contains in excess 
of six-tenths of one per cent aoia (fit,-ured as lactic acid), or 
whion is known to be produced under very insanitary conditions. 

CRJilAli UNFIT ij'OR IiUVuiH CONSUMPTION (rejected cream) is 
oream which is very strong, tainted, rancid, moldy, dirty, very 

3. 



curdy, contains numerous flies, or other insects or vermin, or is 

in an advanced state of feraentation or putrefaction, or is otherwise 

unwholesome, or which is iuiown to be produced under very insanitary 

conditions. 

a. In accordance with oection 4 of the ueneral ^airy Law 

of California, approved June lo, 19ii^, the ratio of fat and solids 

not fat in cream shall be in the following proportions: 

aolida not fat, per cent 

Fat per cent Not more than 

18.0 to 30.0 8,0 

30.1 to 35.0 7.6 
35.1 to 40.0 7,0 
40.1 and above 6.5 

4. Whipping Cream (pastry cream) is market cream which 

contains not less than thirty per cent of miUc fat ( Section 3, 

Chapter 181, Statutes 1907), (Act approved March 11, 1907. - 

XJ, S. Dept, xigr. Circular 136, subdivision 1 Bb 2.) 



RSGITLATION III 

1. In aooordanoe with the requirements of oeotion IC of 
the C^eneral ^airy Law of California, us amended and approved May 28, 
1927, the following alkaline materials are approved for use in 
neutralization of acidity in orean for making butter: 

Caloium Hydroxide (Lime water, milk of lime), 

Caloium Oxide (Quick lime). 

Caloium Carbonate (Chalk). 

Magnesium Oxide (Magnesia lime). 

Sodium bicarbonate (Baking soda). 

Sodium Carbonate (Soda ash). 

Other compounds or proprietary preparations nay be used 
on special written permit from the State Department of i^riculture. 

Bote: See appendix pp. 1 for standard weights of butter 
packages. 



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RSaULATIOlI IV 

1. Pasteurized cheese, pasteurized blended cheese. 
emulsified or process cheese shall conform to the legal standards 
for fat and moisture as required for the ori.-inal cheese used, or 
conform to tae legal standards of composition for the variety of 

cheese under which it is sold. 

2. The term "red bandage" as applied to granular cheese. 
la construed to mean cheese bandage which has be.n colored to a shade 
not lighter than a deep orange. 

3. Nine varieties of oheeae are designated by law, 
namely, pasteurized, pasteurized blended, emulsified. Cheddar, 
granular, l^ontere;- cream, cottage and creamed cottage. A tenth 
variety ia hereby established, to be known as High Moisture Jack. 
This variety of cheese is niade by the so-called stirrad-ourd or 
granular process, without adued coloring, and molded Into forma 
or shapes resembling that of Monterey cheeae, containing not more 
than 46 per cent of moiature. It shall be labeled on both flat 
surfaces with the name, the grade, whether whole milk, part skim 
or skim, and the factory number. 

4. Special varieties and fancy cheeses may be made under 
written permit from the Department of Agriculture of the btate of 
California to be sold under labels approved In writing by said 
department (Section 7 of the General Dairy Law of California, as 
amended and approved May 10, 1929.) These permits do not expire 
unless revoked for cause by the Department of Agriculture of the 
State of California. 



6. 



5. ij'actory numbers required by the law to be assigned 
annually (Section 7 of the Jeneral i.airy Law of California, as 
amended and approved Llay 10, 19a9), will be reassigned each year 

to each oheese factory upon application for renewal of factory license 
(Section 16 (a). Chapter 7ii9, statutes 1929). The factory license number 
issued to each oheese factory will be the same in each Instanoe. 

6. iai labeling of oheese required by the law (Section 7 
pf the General Uairy Law of California, as amended and approved May 
10, 19ii9), and this regulation, except as otherwise provided herein 
or authorized by special permit as provided In paragraph 4 shall be 
In plain block letters or numerals at least one-half inch In height, 
with stencils, stanps or labels approved by the Liepartment of 

A«pioultur« of the State of California. 
See 
Note: / seotion 15, paragraph (a), for provision relating 

to pasteurization of mlUc to be used in .-.lanufacture of cheese. 

Jee section l^, paragraph (1), for provision relating to 
effacing labels. 



R3GULATI0N V 
1. In oonformity with the specific authorization of the 
General vairy Law of California (Section 8 (a), chapter 729, amended 
and approved J^mQ 17, 1929), ice cream shall contain a minimum of 
one and six-tenths pounds of total food solids per gallon. The 
determination of the weight of total food solids per gallon shall 
be based upon the weights of, and representative samples from at 
least thirty separate containers, except in those plants where a 
less number of filled containers is available, in which case the 
determination shall be based upon the weights of, and representative 
samples from, all filled containers which are present. Net weights 
may be determined by deducting from the gross weight of all filled 
containers examined, the weight of an equal number of representative 
empty containers of exactly the same style and pattern. If a 
tentative determination made in this manner indicates that the 
contents of the containers examined are deficient in weight of 
total food solids per gallon the filled containers may be emptied 
and the actual net weight of the same containers after being 
emptied may be exactly determined, except that manufacturers who 
object to this procedure may designate on each container its tare 
weight for the accuracy of which designation he shall be responsible, 
as provided in the Uet containers i».ct. 

2, If fresh egg yolis are used in compliance with the 
egg req.uirement of oeotion 8 (d), said egg yoUc shall have been 
secured from eggs having an average weight of not less than twenty 
and one-half ounces per dozen, or the equivalent in other grades, 
(See proposed weight requirements United States standard and Grades 
for j^es*' ) 



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3* Application for permit to use butter in manufac:;ure of 
ioe oream shall be made annually at tae time application for renewal 
of factory license is made, v/ithin thirty days prior to the expira- 
tion of each calendar year (Section 16 (a) of the General Dairy Law 
of California, aiaended and approved May 28, 19S7,) auch periaita 
will be issued for one year at a time only. 

4. Chocolate ioe cream is construed to be a nut ice 
cream and must, therefore, contain at least eight per oent of mili 
fat and one per oent by weight of ground chocolate or cocoa. 

5. Ice cream may be made with the use of artificial 
coloring and flavoring without labeling the same artificial 
flavor and color, ' provided it is merely labeled 'ice oream." 
If, on the other hand, an ioe oream were to be labeled vanilla 
ioe oream" or "maple ioe oream," then the ioe oream in question 
wo\ild have to be made from the pxire extracts and pure flavorings. 
(See opinion of 3\ireau of r'oods and ijrugs of the department of 
Public Health of the otate of California, July 19, 1927.) 

6, In conformity with the specific authorization of the 
General Dairy Law of California (Section 8 (a), Chapter 729, amended 
and approved June 17, 1929), ice milk shall contain a minimum of one 
and three-tenths povmd3 of total food solids per e^'allon. Ihe 
determination of the weight of total food solids per gallon and 
method of sampling shall be the aime as that set forth in paragraph 
1 of this regulation. 

7, a11 containors of ioe milk shall be oonspicuously so 
labeled, and vehicles conveying ice milk and places where ioe milk 
is sold shall display a conspicuous, legiole sign containing the 

9. 



words loe i^^ilk Jold Here, ' in plain, blook letters, not less than 
six inches high. Ho person shall use the najne 'ioe or earn, ' "oream,-' 
"creamy nor any other word or phrase which may oe construed to be 
misleading in either labeling or advertising, nor in any other 
manner, either orally or written, in connection with the advertis- 
ing, sale or distribution of ioe millc, 

8. All manufacturers of ioe milk shall upon request of 
an authorized representative of the California department of 
Agriculture submit the names and specific location of all dealers 
or other persons who receive ice milk for the purpose of selling 
or otherwise dispensing to the public in any form whatsoever. 

Kote: See Section 13 relative to further re;^uirements 

pertaining to containers. cJee Regulation Piage relative to 

use of neutralizer. 



10. 



RKGULATION VI 

1. The use of the phrase "raanufacture and sale of 30ft 
drinks \inder a trade name" as used in section 9 (i) of the general 
dairy law of California (amended and approved Hay ii8, 1927), is 
oonstrued to aean the preparation and distribution of soft drinks 
having milk or skim milk as a base, in a plant especially devoted 

to the purpose and does not apply to the mixing of milk shakes, etc., 
at soda foiontalns. 

2. Plants desirint; to secure a license for the rnanufaoture 
of acidophilus milk or modified milk, as proviaed for in section 9 
(g) . (^) » of the general dairy law of California (amended and 
approved liay <i8, 1927) , may do so oy letter, indicating therein 

the q.ualifioations of technician who is to be employed ajid vmder 
whose supervision these products will be produced. The Department 
of A^rioulture will, at its discretion, examine into the qu^llfioa- 
tions of such technician as an essential consideration in determin- 
ing whether or not the license for manufacture shall be issued. 



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RiXJULATION VII 

1. The -ase of neutrallzer for the adjustment of ice cream 
mix shall not be practiced when the milk and/or oream used exceeds 
two-tenths per cent acidity. 

Note - Jee re,ralation III, paragraph 1, following section 
6, for approved alkalies to be used as neutralizers. 



la. 



jggitmmm 



h^ULATION VIII 

1. All containers of imitation ice cream and imitation 
ice milk shall be conspicuously so labeled, and vehicles conveying 
imitation ice cream and/or imitation ice milk, and places where 
imitation ice cream or imitation ice milk is sold, shall display 
a conspicuous, legible sign containing the words "Imitation Ice 
Cream Sold Here" or -'Imitation Ice Llilk Sold Here," as the case may 
te, in plain, block letters not less than six inches high. 

E. In the event that a trade name is used on vehicles 
conveying, or places where imitation ice cream and/or imitation 
ice milk is sold, the words 'Imitation Ice Cream" or "Imitation 
Ice Milk," shall be at least one-half as large as the largest 
letters used in this connection and as conspicuously so placed. 
In no case shall the letters in the words "Imitation Ice Cream," 
"Imitation Ice Milk" be less than six inches hi^, Ko person shall 
use the name ' creamy, ' "creamery," or -dairy" or the representation 
of a cow or any breed of aairy cattle or any combination of such 
words, symbols, marks, designs or representations commonly used 
in the sale, advertising or distribution of ice creaim. 

3. Imitation Ice cream and/or imitation ice milk, when 
sold by the inaii\ix acturer, shall not contain more thaji one hundred 
fifty thousand bacteria per gram. 

4* Imitation ioe cream and/or imitation ice milk shall 
not contain more than six-tenths of one per cent of pure and harm- 
less edible stabilizer, approved by the Liepartment of ..kgriculture 
of the State of California. 



13. 



5» Imitation ice oream shall contain a minimum of one 
and six-tenths po^onda of total food solids per gallon. Imitation 
ica milk shall contain a minimum of one and three-tenths pounds of 
total food solids per gallon. The ttetermination of the wei^t 
of total food solids per gallon, and method of sampling, shall 
be the same as that set forth in paragraph 1 of xtegulation V of 
the General Dairy Law, 

6. Imitation ioe cream and imitation ice milk nay be 
made with the use of artificial color and artificial flavor pro- 
vided the labeling and sale of such products shall be in accordance 
with the provisions set forth in the Pure iToods ^.ct, approved March 
11, 1907, as amended, 1909, 1911, 1915, 1917, 1919 and 1927. 

7. Imitation ice cream or imitation ioe milk shall not 
be manufactxtrad, processed, frozen, handled, distributed or sold 

In any factory, plant, hotel, restaurant, boarding house, inn, soda 
fountain or other place where ica cream and/or ice milk is manufactured, 
processed, frozen, handled, aistributed or sold, 

8. xill manufacturers of imitation ioe cream, imitation 
ioe milk, imitation milk, or other imitation dairy products, except 
those included in section lid of the General i>airy Law, shall issue 
to the i>epartment of Agriculture at oacramento, California, at the 
end of each calendar month the names and specific locations of all 
persons, firms or corporations who purchase or receive any imitation 
ioe cream, imitation ice milk, imitation milk or other imitation 
dairy products other than those included in dection 12 of the 
General Dairy Law, for the purpose of selling to the public in any 
form whatsoever, 

9* All manxLfaoturars of imitation ioe oream, imitation 

, ... lA. 



"■-r." "• i*J 



ioe milk, imitation milk or other imitation dairy products, except 
those inol\ided in Jeotion lii of the general i;airy Law, shall submit 
to the otate iJepartment of agriculture at the end of each calendar 
month the quantity sold or p\irchaaed, the name eind address of the 
buyer, the aate and the place to which it was shipped or delivered. 

10. i'he ingredients except fruits, nuts and flavors to 
be used in the manufacture of imitation ice cream ajid for imitation 
ioe milk shall be pasteurized in accordance with section 15 (a) of 
this act. 



16. 



'r . .iv«*rp*-*, tffjr. «r»- .»*:».'sv^v vj T h->>r«s^'»»»S'r^^^ 




RSGULaTION UC 

1. ..holeaale aealera ra,ulre4 by toe provision, of oeotlon 
12 of th, general dairy law of California, approved June 16 X923 
to ieep a r.oor. of salea of oleomargarine ahall once eaoh .onth ' 
prepare and alphabetically arrange a list of all ouatomera of the 
month just preoedlng, showing th. total .mount sold to each oustom.r 
^or the ,.onth. and shall forward a copy of aald U,t to the office 
Of the .epartoent of ^rlculture of the .tate of California at 
Saoramanto. 



16. 



HiXJULATION L 
1. -wo or more cows in full lactation or freshening 
Within four months of each other, and producin,^ millc or cream sold 
to the public, constitute a comniercial dairy. . milJc house must 
be provided, ana other re<iuir9ments of the dairy law observed. rhe 
sale Of small quantities of milJc from one cow producing more than 
enough mil. to supply domestic need, may be actuated by a aesire 
to avoid waste and not to oonpete wita com:.erclal dairies, .here- 
fore a millc house may not be re,uired. provided the miUc sold is 
Wholesome and handled in a sanixary ::^ner. 

2. x^he word sterilized as used in oection U (a) of 
the .eneral .airy .aw of California, approved June 15. 19E5. is 
construed to mean that the process of destroying all micro-' 
organisms shall be carried to . point equivalent to that ac- 
complished by subjection to water or water vapor at a temperat^ore 
Of 1700 Fahrenheit for fifteen ninutes as required by said act. 
immersion in boiling water (water at .l^o Fahrenheit) or subjection 
to superheated steam or steam under pressure ror less than fifteen 
minutes must accomplish the s^ae aegree of efficiency reached in 
fifteen .inutes by wa.er or water vapor at 170o Fahrenheit. .cald- 
ing as used in the ordinary sense and which consists of rapidly 
pouring hot water over utensils is insufficient, in that some of 
the surfaces, especially of tubular equipment, are frequently 
entirely missed and always some parts of the utensils are in- 
adequately heated. 

3. The practice of emptying and holding milJc in cans in 
barns, corrals, etc.. where milling is done is construed to be in 

IT. 



violation of beotion 13 (a) (6) of the General Dairy Law of 
California, approved June 15, 19ii3, as am nded, wherein it is 
required that milk must not be oanned or kept in a place occupied 
ty cows or other animals. 

4, In accordance with the requirements of Section I'd (b) 
of the General Dairy Law of California, approved June Ic, 192o, the 
following foria is adopted as the official dairy farm score card in 
the citate of California: 



18. 



DAIRY FARM SCORE CARD 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 
G. H. HECKE, Director 
BUREAU OF DAIRY CONTROL 



SACRAMENTO 



County - Name— 

Town .. Business address - 

Totj! No. cows .; No. milking ; Gals, milk daily ; Cream 

Disposition Date 



ly I' I P.\I EXT— .T0% 



fi-r 
tvcl 



METHODS— 70T, 



Tt-r- 
(ect 



Cows 

.\l>p:iroiit good health 2 

Tested :iiui reactors removed. .4 
Food clean and wholesome)..! 
Water (clean and fresh> 1 



Utens^ils. 

HfKided buckets 4 

(or less according to opening) 
Necetviryeqiii|>mentavailable.2 

'or !es.» according to efficiency) 

Ciin~iriiction and condition 3 

Cleiiii milking suits 1 

Milk House... 

Location: free from contaminat- 
ing surroundings 2 

Coiisiniction 2 

Flixpr, walls and ceiling 1 

Light, ventilation and 
screens 1 

Separate rooms for washing 
utensils and handling milk. . 1 

Water clean, pure and con- 
venient 1 

Steam or boiling water con- 
venient 1 



StaWts 

Location; free from contaminat- 
ing surroundings 1 

Drainage _ 2 

Construction _,2 

Floor, walls and ceiling 1 

Light and ventilation 1 

Total 



10 



30 



Handling Utensils 

Thoroughly w.ashed 12 

^•t^•rilJzcd and dried 15 

Protection from contamina- 
ticm 3 

Cleanhness of Milking 

Cows clean 4 

Udders washed and wiped 8 

Cleaned with moLst cloth .i 
Brushed 1 

Sterile milking machines or 
clean dry hands 8 

Handling of Milk 

Milk removed immediately to 
niilk house without pouring 
fri >m pails 3 

Protection from dust and in- 
sects 5 

Cooled and held below 40° F.6 

Below 50' F 5 

Below 00° F 4 

Below 70= F 3 

Below S0° F. 1 

.\erated 1 

Cleanliness of Buildings 

Cleanliness of milk room 2.5 

Cleanhness of stable 2.5 

Total 



30 



20 



15 



70 



Deduct for: 

Very filthy utensils 

Verv filthv milk room. 



I Equipment 4-methods = final score. 



Imtptdtr 



RiX>ULATIOK XI 



In aooordance with the reauirements of oection 14 (b) 
of the -.en9ral jairy Law of California, amenaed ana approved 1^ 
E8, 1927. the following form is adopted as the official score card 
for factories of dairy products in the :itate of California: 



INDSVIDUAL FACTORY REPORT AND SCORE CARD 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. SACRAMENTO 

a. H. HECKC. Director 
BUREAU OF DAIRY CONTROL 



Trade Name Owner or Manager.. 

Toy^n _ 3uiineu Addreu 

Products Manufactured or Procetaed — 

Factory License No Date — - 



KUUIi'HE.NT 4U% 



P«- I AI- I 
fMt lowid 



BuiMaii 

Location: 

Fr?e frtim cofiUBlnatlof stDTDOOdlDP 2 

ArranBCtnent ~ * 

IToixr room. 1; LiviUiry ficlUUe^ 
1; adequate size, 1; convenieot. 1. 

Construction 10 

Intrrior surfaco — tlftat. mmtt and 

deuuble i 

Floors. 2: «lli, 1: eeUIop, 1. 
l.lsht md leiiUliiion — idtqiale.. 3 

Uraimige — adequate 2 

General appearance — attraelife I 

Apparatus - — 

Facilities for cleanini, ittriliiiai aai 

dryini T 

Traii3tH>rutiaa cootatlien 4 

Plant etjuipneiit _ 8 

Facilities for handlini the prMluct ~ T 

Adequate. 3: eooditioo of. 4. 

TMiperature indicaton ind coatrsU • 

lunditiim or. 3: sufficient, i: cbeck 
tlit>nDooietcr, 1. 

Water Supply 



!« 



Clean and frtsh 

Convenient and abundant.. 



Total on EquipaiML. 



*» 



MKTHODS 90% 



Par- Al- 
ftet kmed 



Building, Clcanlinea.. 



Freedom rra« odon. S; orderty, 1; 
Ikwrs, 1: •alls. I: eeiUnis, 1: doon 
and windows. 1; sfaAfU, pullera, 
pipes, etc. 1. 



Apparatus.. 



Transportation Containcn 10 

TtiurouEhly wadied. 3: starlUiod. 4; 

dried. 3. 

Plant Equipment - 10 

Tborouililv wadied, 3; sttrlUatd, 4: 
dried. 3. 

Handling tlw Preducl — 



PnitectioR from contamination (1 
Ju.-t. Term.n. ett) - 

Expeditious Opcratioil, 

Celerity and dispatch — 



Propw Tcmpcraturs Control 

Ilenirina. 2: proeessbc. 6; stanaa, t; 
traosporutlou. 2. rMords, 1. 

Packaging and Labclini 



- 1 
.. 14 



Technical Control of Product 

Kaw materials, i; dnlsbod irodoct. I. 

MiscellaaooHS - 

Cleanliness of employcts 4 

Personal. 2; clothinf. 2. 

Transportation Facilities - ~ I 

CleaDlloest. 11: appeannee. |. 

Total on Metkads 



4 '.. 
« .. 



Score — Eou pnent Methods Total 

NOTE.— The following instructions constitute an official order and must ke observed. 



liccessarv n^w equipment must be Installed and repairs or other impro«ments required mast be camtlttad by 

19 



Duplicate copy rKoived 



m D C FCM so. eraifO a a* sm 
catiroauia srart eamriNC orrtcf 



Oftratt 



luiftclm 



S>^/ 



KflGLI^TIOn XTI 

RQ^-ulations pertaining to licenalntC dairy produce 
exchange will be promulgated at a later date by the director of 
A4,-ricul--ure and will be available upon application. 



22. 



niStULATION XIII 
1. Any person raakln,- application for a faoxory lioense 
as ^e,.ired .y Section 16 (a) of the General Dairj^ Law of California, 
amended and approved Hay .8. 19.7. or the renewal thereof, shall file 
a properly executed affidavit in connection therewith, setting forth 
therein such facts as .my he indicated in an appropriate form, 
supplied for the purpose, by the Department of agriculture of the 

Soate of California. 

2. Any person desiring to secure a milk and cream tester* s 

license as required by Section 16(b) of the General Dairy Law of 
California, approved June 15. 1923. as amended, shall file with 
the department of ^riculture of the State of California an applica- 
tion in writing, on an appropriate form provided for the purpose 
^,y the said department, ^ch applicant shall specify the method 
intended to t.e used and for which the license is desired. Before 
any such "tester's license" is io-ued. the applicant shall be 
required to pass a written examination and an oral laboratory 
examination, and demonstration of technique, sufficiently thorough 
to indicate the ability of the applicant in conducting tests on 
milk and cream and :.n each of these examinations secure a grade 
of at least 70 per cent. The examination shall be adapted to the 
particular nethod of testing specified in the application. The 
lioense. if issued, shall specify the method to be used by the 
licensee and shall not be construed to permit tests to be made by 
the applicant using any other method than that specified in the 

license* 

3. .my person desiring to secure a license to weigh or 

sample milk, or cream, or both, for testing, as required by the 

Z2, 



General Dairy Law of California, amended and approved May 28, 1927, 
shall make applloation in writing*, on an appropriate form supplied 
by the Department of Agriculture of the itate of California. Before 
any suoh sampler's and weigher's lioenae ia issued, the applicant 
shall be required to pass a grade of at least 70 per oent on both 
parts of the examination. Before any suoh license is issued, the 
applicant shall have satisfactorily demonstra* his ability to 
take correctly, individual and composite sa .'lioh are truly 
representative of the lot from which the sample was taken. He 
shall also -rove himself capaole of smswering intelligently any 
questions pertaining to nis work as a sarapler or weigher of milk 

or cream. 

4. Any person desiring to secure a license to make 
baoteriologlosJ. determinations upon milk or oream, which determina- 
tions are to be used as a oasis of payment or determining value, 

as required by the (Jen'^ral Dairy Law of California, simended and 
approved liay 28, 1927, shall make application in writing on an 
appropriate form supplied by the Department of ikgriculture of the 
State of California. Before a technician's license is issued to 
suoh applicants he shall be required to pass a written and an oral 
laboratory examination and demonstration of technique sufficiently 
thorough to indicate the ability of the applicant in making 
baoteriological determinations on milk and cream which are reason- 
ably accurate, and secure In each of these examinations a grade of 
at least 70 per oent, 

5, ^iamples of milk or oream for bacteriologiOGil examina- 
tion when taken for determining value or upon which basis of payment 

24* 



luider the suoerviaion of 
is made shall be seoxirod / a licensed teohnioian in a manner 

described in the current edition of "The standard llethods of Milk 

Analysis" of the ^unerican Public Health ^.ssooiation. Such samples 

shall be taken from the original containers direct from the delivery 

wagons, trucks, dairies, milk plants or other places of business at 

least once a week and at irret^lar intervaJ-s without previous notice 

to any producer. 

6. .«hen payment is based upon the bacterial content of 
milk or oream, such payment shall be made on the count or ooiints 
obtained for each individ\ial week. In no case shall the average 
bacteria counts of two or more weeks be used as a basis for such 

payments. 

7. All persons holding a technician's license shall make 
duplicate records of the result of each test, the original to be made 
with indelible pencil, or India ink and the duplicate to be made by 
the use of carbon paper. 

8. The forms on which bacteria counts are kept shall be 
of satisfactory paper stock of suitable size and providing space 
for necessary information. Such forms shall be approved in writing 
by the California iiepartment of «.grioulture. 

9. iiach sheet shall be authenticated by the signature 
of the licensed technician and marked with the date upon which the 
tests were made. 

10. whenever a ohapge In the records, while still In the 
possession of the licensed technician, is necessary, the original 
entry on the records shall be marked out with a single stroke of 
the pencil or pen without defacing the figure and the oorreotion 

24. 



noted inuried lately adjacent to the original entry. The change 
shall be identified by the initials of the technician, which are 
to be written on the record immediately adjacent to the correotion. 
Whenever for any cause, a change in the records is necessary after 
the duplicate sheet has ueen aeposlted in the official sealed box 
maintained for this purpose, a record of such chanije shall be made 
and deposited in the official sealed record box and this sheet 
authenticated by the sio-nature of the licensed tecimioian. ..hen 
necessary chari^ea are made on the original test sheet, such, changes 
shall be made only by the licensed tecnnioian. 

11. -^he original Oi:.cteriol0eical record sheet shall be 
delivered to the iaanae;ement of the concern for whom the tests are 
made immediately upon completion of the bacterial examination. 

IE. The duplicate Daeteriolo^-ioal record sheets shall be 
deposited immediately in an official box supplied for the purpose 
by the _/epartment of -agriculture of the Jtate of California, at 
iacramento, or made in accordance with the blue print specifications 
obtained from said department of agriculture, such official sealed 
record box to be kept in the test room or other place approved by 
an authorized representative of said l>epartment of agriculture at 
all tines. 'Jhe sane official cox nay be used for both millc fat 
test record sheets and bacteriolo. ioal examination record sheets. 



26. 



RBXJUUITION XIV 

Governing the operation of the Babcook, Gerber (Puooma Equipment) 
and Mojonnier methods of deteriaining the miUc fat content of milk and cream 
where the product la purchased, received or sold on the basis of its milk 

fat content. 

RULE 1. SAMPL3S & SAMPLING 

1. (a) Milk or cream to be sampled shall be stirred or mixed 
until all parts are homogeneous and uniform. Samples shall be representative 
of the fat content of the product sampled, and in cases of composite samples 
shall be proportionate in amount to the amount of product from which the 
sample is taken, and no part of the composite sample shall be spilled or 
lost while transferring it to the sample bottle, .-hen any style of tube 
is used to secure composite samples and the lot of product to be sampled 
is in contrlners or cans of different sizes and diameters, alfferent 
tubes with diameters In proportion to the diameters of the cans or 
oontainers must be used. The sampling devices shall be rinsed in the 
product to be sac^led before any part of the product is transferred to 
the sanqple bottle* 

(b) With reference to the last sentence in Section 17 (a), 
fvirther provision is hereby made permitting the use of time composite 
samples of cream from patrons where regular deliveries of oream contain 
three pouads or less of milk fat in each regular delivery. 

(o) When composite samples of milk are taken, whether from 
Just two deliveries of the sane day's milk or fran several deliveries 
from the same patron, covering a certain number of days, and the lots 
of milk are dumped into a weigh tank before being sampled, tube sampling 
device only shall be used. The same sized weigh tank shall be used 
during the entire sanqpllng period and shall have a flat bottom. The 

samples shall be taken from the same position in tae weigh tank each 

time and the ■ampling tube shall be held in a perpendlc\ilar position 
lAien the aaavle la b*lag taken. ^7 



(o) Time composite samples of milk, when used as a basis 
for payment of the milk fat contained in the product when purchased, 
received or sold, must not represent a period of more than eight 

(8) days. 

(d) aamples shall be marked for identity in a manner that 
will not erase, .nd in case an identification number is discontinued 
in any case, the same number may not be reapplied to another patron 
for a period of at least two months. 

2, (a) Cream samples for testing shall be held in wide- 
mouthed bottles of at least two-ounce capacity, and when taken on 
truck routes filled to the top to prevent churning in transit, 
closed with a tight fitting rubber stopper or otherwise hermetical- 
ly sealed in a manner approved in writing by an authorized representa- 
tive of the California department of Agriculture. 

(b) Milk samples for testing may be held in a container 
of the same style specified for oream, or in milk bottles with a 
well-fitted, paraffined milk bottle cap. 

3, (a) For preserving milk samples for milk fat determina- 
tion solid preservative may be added in sufficient amount to preserve 
the milk, but must not exceed one per cent of the total weight of 
the sample; or liquid preservative may be added in sufficient 
amount to preserve the sample, but must not exceed two drops of pre- 
servative per o\inoe of milk. 

(b) For preserving oream samples for milk fat determina- 
tion, solid preservative may be added if necessary, but must not 
exceed three-tenths per cent of the total weight of the sample; 
or liquid preservative may be added not to exceed two drops of 
preservative per ounce of cream. 

20. 



(0) composite samples mst alwa^-s l.e agitated, tat not 
violently enough to cause ohurnln,. «h,ne,ar an addition Is made 
to any such sample In order to diffuse the preservative throughout 
the sample and to thoroughly mix any cream -hloh may have adhered 

V-4. + 10 fNota- Mixing with a rotary 
to the walls of the sample bottle. (Note, mxins 

niotion of the sample bottle is preferable.) 

4 (a) completed samples shall be placed in t.e possession 
of licensed testers as soon as is practicable after having been 

taken. 

(b) The licensed tester shall retain in his custody 

samples of all milk and cream tasted by him for a period of at 
least forty-eight hours after the test has been completed, and 
shall be personally responsible for their safe keeping. 

(o) The management of any concern purchasing, receiving 

» «T, thfl basis of its milk fat content must 
or selling milk or cream on the basis 01 

provide a cool place In «hlch all samples may he^.ept for forty- 
eight hours .y the licensed tester, and In whloh/may oe lodged 
If such IS deemed necessary .y the licensed tester or an authorized 
representative of th. California Department of ^Iculture. 

RULE 2. 3ASC0CK TISTIIIO 
1, Test room equipment: 

(a) All glassware shall 0. m conformity with the specifica- 
tions set forth m iectlon 1. lO of the General .airy I^w of 

^ T ^ 1 (^ TQj'T. as anended. and shall bear a 
California, approved June 15. 19^3, as anenae , 

legible and indelible distinguishing mark inaicating official 

approval. 

(b) Test bottles must be reasonably well cleaned after 

eaoh using and rendered entirely free from fat. 

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(o) The scales or balanoes used in weighing the charge 
into cream test tottles must he accurate and shaU have sensibility 
of not more than thirty milligrams. 

(d) The scales or balances must he fixed in position or 
set on an even solid and level support while in use. 

(e) The scales or balanoes vised must be free from vibra- 
tion and draughts of air while being used, 

(f) ..eights for weighing cream samples must be correct 
within a tolerance of 10 milligrams for the nine-gram weight and 
20 milligram for the eighteen-gram weight. 

(g) The pipette used for measuring milk samples shall 
be whole and must not have a broken tip nor any portion of the 

delivery ena removed, 

(h) The centrifuge must be level, firmly secured on a 
solid foundation and when in operation, free from vibration due 
to loose bearings or other cause, 

(i) The arms of aividers or other measuring devices must 
work smoothly and joints and bearings must be tight enough to 
prevent slipping at any possible position of measurement. 

2. «.oouracy in weighing cream tests: 

(a) Stapty test bottles must be accurately balanced before 
receiving the charges of cream and outside surface of bottles must 
be entirely free from moisture. 

(b) Cream samples must be thoro\ighly mixed to an even 
consistency before being weighed into the test bottle. 

(o) Cream samples when cold, sour, thick or lumpy, must 
be oaref\aiy heated to a temperature that will allow thorough mixing 
before the charge isveighed into the test bottle, but at no time 



shall the water in the ten^pering tath exceed 100° Fahrenheit, and 
all samples must be weighed into the test oottles at a uniform 
temperature, -hen, from any cauae, cream samples have become 
Churned ana contain particles or lumps of gathered fat. such 
samples shall be heated uniformly to 110° .^ahrenheit. but to no 
higher a temperature, and this temperature maintained until all 
particles or lumps of fat are liquefied and then mixed and slmken 
Violently, talcing the charge for testing quickly before the liquefied 

fat has a chance to rise. 

(d) The pipette used for filling the charges into the test 

+ Tin'-' r^'ahrenheit between 
bottles must be rinsed out with water at aooat 110 ranren^.eii, 

weighings. 2he water must be shaken or blown fror. the pipette. The 

pipette must then be rinsed with the next sample to be weighed by 

drawing a portion of the sample into the pipette ana discharging it 

before any portion of the sample is put into the test bottle. 

(e) The weight of the charge of cream in the test bottle 
must be accurately balanced. 

3, accuracy in measuring mili tests: 

(a) The sample must be thoroughly mixed before being 
n^easured into the test bottle. If the sample is cold or 'nas been 
held until dry or hardened cream has formed at the surface it must 
first be warmed to near lOO'^ Fahrenheit in order that thorough mixing 
of all parts of the sample may be accomplished. 

(b) When, from any cause, milk samples have become churned 
and/or contain particles or lumps of gathered fat. such sar.ples shall 
be heated uniformly to a temperature not exceeding 100° .-ahrenheit, 
and this temperature shall be maintained until all particles or 
lumps of fat are liquefied and then mixed and snaken violently. 

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taking the charge for teatine.- quickly before the liquefied fat has 

a chance to rise. 

(o) The samples must all be pipetted into the test bottle 
at a uniform temperature best suited to allow proper mixing. 

4, Llixing samples aJid acid: 

(a) Temperatures of samples and acid shall be approximate- 
ly 70° Fahrenxieit when mixed, 

(b) Samples and acid must be thoroughly mixed imuediately 
after mixing is be,,^un. In cases waere sajnples have been preserved 
with formaldehyde, the mixing process must be continued for a longer 
time than when this preservative is not present in samples, in order 
to allow the acid time to thoroughly dissolve all solids-not-fat. 

(o) Cream samples should be a chocolate color after being 
thoroughly mixed with the proper amount of acid and standing for two 
or three minutes, and milk samples, under the same conditions, should 
be a deep chocolate color. 

5. Operation of centrifuge: 

(a) Bottles must be properly balanced in carrier. 

(b) Samples must be centrifuged three times, with addition 
of hot water {temperature of water within a range of 130° to 165° 
Fahrenheit) to the bottom of the neck after the first, and to near 
the top of the neck after the second centrifuging, and the length 

of time for whirling shall not be less than five, two and one minutes 
in the order named aoove. Time for whirling shall not be commenced 
until centrifxige has reache d full standard speed, 

(c) In all testing of milk or cream when the same is 
received, purchased or sold upon the basis of the amount of milk 

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fat contained therein, the Baboock tester shall be operated at 
the proper speed, which is as follows: 

(1) For centrifuge with carrier, cups extended, with 
diameter of fourteen inches, the speed shall be between 875 and 
925 revolutions per minute. 

(2) For centrifuge with carrier, cups extended, with 
diameter of 16 inches, the speed shall be between 825 and 875 
revolutions per ^ninute. 

(3) For oentrif^i^e with carrier, cups extended, with 
diameter of 18 inches, the speed snail be between 775 and 825 
revolutions per minute. 

(4) For centrifuge with carrier, cups extended, with 
diameter of 20 inches, the speed shall be between 7S6 and 775 
revolutions per minute. 

(5) For centrifuge with carrier, cups extended, with 
diameter of 22 inches, the speed shall be between 700 and 750 
revolutions per minute. 

(6) For centrifuge with carrier, cups extended, with 
diameter of 24 inches, the speed shall be between 675 and 776 
revolutions per minute. 

(d) The temperature of the centrifuge chamber when in 
operation shall be held within the range of 130° and 165° Fahrenheit 
as indicated by a thermometer set permanently in cover or shell of 
centrifuge. 

6, Reading cream tests: 

(a) The color of fat columns must be clear, golden yellow. 

(b) The solution adjoining the bottom of the fat column 
must be clear. 



(0) The fat columns must ^e practically free from precipita- 

tion or foreign matter. 

(4) The completed tests must oe ueld in a hot «ater hath, 
.t a .amtalned temperature of »et«ean 1.0 and I400 Fahrenheit. »ith 
the fat ool^s entirely suhmerged for at least ten Mnutes before 
readings are co^aenoed. and the .easureaant and reading of the tests 
.ust .. :«ade i^ediatel^ after re.ovin.- eaoh individual test from *, 

hot water bath. 

(e) Test bottles must be held in a perpendicular position 

when the fat columns are measured. 

(f) The meniscus at the top of the milk fat column shall be 
destroyed by the use of an overlyin, forei^ oil approved by the 
California -.epartmant of agriculture, and the milk fat column shall 
^e read f^m the extreme oottom of the fat column to the plane of 

separation between the fat column and the overlying foreign oil. 

Foreign oil must not be added to more than six tests at one time and 

only Just lmir.ediately before readings are made. 

(g) When undissolved solids-not-fat, charred material, or 
any other foreign substance is present in or at the base of the milk 
fat columns in the completed tests in sufficient amount to prevent 
an accurate measurement and reading of the fat columns, retests must 
be run on these samples until results are secured that will allow 
accurate measurements and readings. 

(h) The light used, whether natural or artificial, auring 
the reading of the fat coluxrm shall be such that the si-^dows or re- 
fraction of light will not cause Inaccuracies. 
7, iieading milk testa: 



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All laws, rules and regulations governing the reading 
of oream tests shall also apply to reading milk tests except that 
the top meniscus on the fat oolumns of milk te.ts shall not be 
destroyed and the fat oolumns of tests on milk in milk test 
DOttles shaU be read from the extreme bottom of the fat column 
to the top of the top meniacus. 

8. Keeping records of tests: 

(a) All persons holding a state license to conduct tests 
Of milk or oream shall make dup;icate records of the results of 
such tests, tne original to be :mde with indelible pencil or ink 
and the duplicate to be made by the use of carbon paper. 

(b) The forms on which teat records are kept shall be 
obtained by the management of any concern receiving, selling or 
buying milk or oream on the basis of its milk fat content from the 
California Department of Agriculture at iiacramento, or the said 
management may adopt a form on satisfactory paper stock of suitable 
size and providing space for necessary information, and submit 

the same to the said department of agriculture, whose approval 
in writing must be secured before said forms may be used. 

(o) ^ch sheet shall be authenticated by the signature 
of the tester and marked with the date on which the tests were made. 

(d) iftienever a change in the records, while still in 
possession of the tester, is necessary by reason of accident or 
failure to properly record the test, or when a reteat is made, and 
the retest is different from the first test, the original entry 

on the records shall be marked out with a single stroke of the 
pencil or pen, ..ithout obliterating the figures, and the correction 

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noted inL-ediately adjaoant to the original entry. The change 
shall be identified by the initials of the tester, which are to 
be written on the record immediately adjacent to the correction. 
Whenever, for any such cause, a ohange in the records is necessary, 
after the duplicate test record sheet has been deposited in the 
official sealed box maintained for this purpose, a record of such 
change shall be made by the licensed tester on a retest sheet, 
.any changes or corrections occasioned by these retests are to 
be made on the original test record sheet in the office, by the 
licensed tester only, and then this retest sheet deposited in the 
official, sealed test record sheet box. .any grade or color of 
paper, as large as 6 x 8 inches, will serve for a retest sheet 
and it is not compulsory that the retest sheet be made in duplicate. 
If the employer requires the licensed tester to make retest sheets 
in duplicate and the licensed tester does not make the occasioned 
changes or oorreotions on the original test record sheet in the 
office, the original retest sheet must be permanently fastened 
to the original test record sheet in the office to which it 
belongs, and the duplicate retest sheet deposited in the official, 
sealed test record sheet box. 2wo dates must appear on all retest 
sheets, - one showing the date the retest was made and the other 
showing the date of original test. a11 retest sheets must be made 
with indelible pencil or ink and be signed with the full name 
of the tester. Initials alone are not a legal sL^nature. 

(e) .ihen a retest on a sample of milk shows a variation 
not exceeding one-tenth of one per cent {.1:^) the original test 
must be used as the basis for payment. If the variation exceeds 

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one-tenth, of one per cent (.l/o) then the retest must be used. 

(f) The original test record sheets shall be delivered 
to the management of the concern for whom the tests are made 
lra:aediately upon completion of the tests on the day's samples, 

(g) Upon oompletion of the tests on the day's samples the 
duplicate test record sheets shall he deposited immediately in an 
official, sealed box supplied for the purpose by the California 
Department of ^agriculture at ->acra.mento or made in accordance with 
the blue print specifications obtained from said aepartment of 
agriculture, such official test record box to be kept in the test 
room at all times, or in an appropriate and secure place con- 
venient to the test room, 

9» Character of work: 

(a) A licensed tester shall not work faster than will 
permit thorou^shneas and aoouraoy, 

(b) Variations between the licensed tester's first tests 
and his retests on the same samples, amounting to one per cent or 
over on oream teats and over one- tenth of one per cent on milk 
tests, axe considered to be excessive. 

(o) All licensed testers, whether active or inactive, 
must be checked Cov the accuracy of their work at the very least 
once every two years and the results of such check tests mxist 
show not more than 10,3 excessive variations between their first 
tests and their retests, or between their tests and the official 
dairy laboratory tests, on the same san^les, before a milk and 
oream tester's license for the following year will be issued to 
them, ^t leait 10 samples of cream or milk shall be used as a 
basis of check test. 



10. Observation of laws, rules and regulations: 

(a) A. licensed tester shall at all times thorovi^ly 
xmderstand and comply with all laws, rules and regulations govern- 
ing the testing of milk or cream bought, received or sold on the 
basis of the amount of milk fat contained therein, by any method 
or process. 

hule 3. SiilRBjE TjISTIKG (FCCaU. 3Q,UIPiLiiiJT ) . 

1. The ^erber test, using ?ucoma equipment, may be used 
for tests on milk only (not cream) , when the results obtained are 
to be used as a basis of payment for milk fat contained therein. 

E, Licensed testers using r^LComa equipment for tests 
on milk must follow explicitly the instructions reoomaended by the 
manufacturer for conducting this test, unless otherwise instructed 
In writing by an authorized representative of the California depart- 
ment of ^riculture. 

3. All equipment shall be aco\irate smd kept in good working 
condition to the satisfaction of an authorized representative of the 
California Liepartment of /igri culture. 

4. iJ-l of rule 1 and paragraphs 1 (b), (g) , (h), 6 (a), 
(b), 4 (b), 5 (a), 6 (a), (b) , (c), (d) , (e), (g) , and all of 
paragraphs 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Rule 2, also apply to the (Jerber 
method (Pucoma equipment). 

RULE 4. lIOJOLTIiiR TiiSTING. 
1, Licensed testers using Llojonnier equipment for 
determining the milk fat content of milk or cream on which payment 
is based, must follow explicitly the current instructions for 
conducting the test issued by the maniifaoturer, unless otherwise 
instructed in writing by an authorized representative of the 

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California Departaent of ^rioult'ore, 

2. All equipment shall be accurate and kept in good 
working condition to the satisfaction of an authorized representative 
of the California department of .agriculture. 

3. All of hule 1, and parsigraphd 1 (d) , (e), 2 (b) , (c) , 
(e) and all of paragraphs 8, 9 and 10 of Rule 2 also c-nply to the 
use of the Llojonnier method. 

RUL3 5. POoTIN^ Hifi;jUI«iTIOH XIV 
The director of xigriculture shall cause to be placed in 
a conspicuous manner in test rooms or laboratories conducting tests 
on milk and/or cream received, purchased or sold on its milk fat 
content a copy of negulation ilV. daid copy to be securely fastened 
and permanently kept in test room or laboratory. This is state 
property and must not be removed or destroyed.) 



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RIKirLATIOH TV 
1. Any person desiring to register any brand, as provided 
by Section 18 (b) of the General Dairy Law of California, as amended 
and approved May 28, 19E7, shall file a properly executed application 
on a form supplied upon application by the department of agriculture 
of the State of California, whereupon the department, after holding 
for a period of three weeks during- which time the proposed brand 
shall be advertised in one or more newspapers of general circ\ilation 
in the locality in .vhich the applicant is engaged in business, as 
provided by the act; and if at the end of such period there appears 
to be no contest of right or ownership to said brand, the department 
will formally register such brand as the correct and legal designa- 
tion for the property of the applicant. 

E. In the event that any brand has been registered by an 
association whose members are engaged in receiving, producing, 
man\ifaoturing, packing, canning, bottling, handling or selling 
milk or any product of milk in containers on which such brand or any 
part thereof appears, auoh brand or part thereof may be vised by all 
members of such association. 3ho\ild any member of such association 
oease at any time to be a member for any reason whatever then suoh 
member shall thereafter have no right to use the brand, or any part 
of the brand registered by such association, whether the containers 
bearing such brand or part thereof shall have been acquired by suoh 
members before or after his membership shall have terminated. The 
foregoing shall apply to all brands registered by such association. 



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RiXJULATIOi; XVI 
1, .ihenever it is not possible for niillc products plants 
purohasing milk or creaia aireot from farmers to furnish addresses 
in oonnection with the list of patrons as req.-tilred by section ZO 
of the general dairy law of California, approved June 15, ISZ'i, as 
amended, the approximate location may be given in lieu thereof by 
inaicating the distance and aireotion from certain local landmarks, 
and it shall be the auty of all such plants to keep a record of 
the approximate location of all patrons, which record shall at all 
times durinjj working hours be accessible to auly authorized 
representatives of the department of agriculture of the State 
of California. 



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KJIGULaTION aVII 
vmenever a laanuf aotured proQuot of milk is found to be 
impure, \inclean, unwholesome, stale, adulterated, or found to be 
produced, nanuiaotured or kept in an insanitary place, by an 
authorized representative of the department of agriculture of 
the iState of California, he shall proceed to attach to such 
manufactured product, or the containers thereof, in an appropriate 
manner, a ta^ or label bearing the words California Inspected and 
retained" and a copy of this regulation. ..hereupon, such manufactured 
product of milk may not be sold or moved or transported to any other 
place or premises until the owner thereof has been given due notice 
and hearing ae provided by Jeotion 21 of the general ^airy -.aw of 
Jalifornia, amended and approved June 17, 1929. ..hereupon said 
labels shall be removed by an authorized representative of the 
said department of agriculture aa.JL the product or products so held 
either released or condemned and marked, or aestroyea, or otherwise 
disposed of as determined by auoh hearing. 



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RiiGULATION XVIII 
1. In accordance with specific authorization provided 
in oaction lo (a) of the uen.ral .air/ Law of California (amended 
and approved .lay ^8 , 1927). and in accordance with stipulation 
number ei,ht filed in the office of the Jovernor. regaraing the 
administration policy in the enforcement of the Pure Uilk Law 
(amended June i. 19^7. Chapter 888), market cream laay be pasteurized 
for thirty minutes at a temperature of 150° .^ahrenheit. 

Z, .oiy special permits for the modification of prescribed 
methods of pasteurization shall be permitted by the cepartment of 
agriculture of the otate of California only with the concurrence 
of the department of public health. 



«S. 



1. llo pasteurized market milk aajr be sold under a label 
indicating that it is prouuced by nonreacting tuberoulin-tested 
cows unless the entire milk supply- of that plant is obtained from 
nonreaoting tuberoulin-teated oows. 



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RilG^JLA^ION XI 

1, Ungraded, raw laarkat milk, is declared unclean, impure, 
•unwholesome and unfit for sale i"or human oonsuip.ption as such, when 
it contains more than two a^ondred thousand bccteria by official 
plate count or one million bacteria by direct microscopic count, 
per milliliter 'Section ^ (a), CJeneral iairy Law of California, 
approved Jun -923.) (Section 2, Pure Ililk Lav/, approved June 
3, 1927.) 

E. Unep?aded, pasteurized market milk, is declared lincleaxi, 
impure, unwholesome and unfit for sale for human consumption as such, 
when it contains niore than one million bb.cteria by official plate 
co^ont or live million -aoteria by direct microscopic count per 
milliliter before pasteurization; or .^hen it contains more than 
fifty thousand bacteria by official plate count per milliliter 
after pasteurization. 

3. iour market creain is cleaJQ market cream which has been 
fermented by the aotion of one or more strains of lactic aoid bacteria, 
such that the product contains a distinct acidity, but which other- 
wise conforms to all of the reciuirements for market cream. This 
product may be sold -onder the designation "sour tuarket cream." 

4. (a) rioaogenized oreara is cream which has been subjected 
to a process for dividing the fat globules Into fragments, thereby 
increasing the viscosity of the product, but v/hich otheiwlse con- 
forms to all of the requirements for market oream. 

(b) Viscolized cream is cream which has been subjected to 
a process similar to hoaogenization, except that the fat globules 
are not as finely divided as in the oase of homogenization. It 
otherwise conforms to all of the requirements Hbr market oream. 

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5. Half and half is a product consisting of approximately 
one-half market milk and one-half market oream, eaoh of whioh conforms 
to all of the reiuireraents for these products. 

6. 1.11 Ik or cream which aoes not confora to requirements 
as defined in the 'Teneral Dairy Law of California (approved June 15, 
1925), or with the req.uirements of the Pure Kilk Law (ajproved June 

3, 1927), or which has oeen produced in an insanitary dairy or factory 
of dairy products or other insanitary place, or whioh has been handled 
in an insanitary msmner.'is hereby declared to be impure and unwhole- 
some, and m\B t not be sold for human consumption. 3uch milk shall be 
kept in a distinctive container and plainly so marked or condemned 
and marked for identification with a suitable coloring matter. 
Hote: iiee Regulation aVI, page 47 ^ 



4ft. 



KiSGUIiATIOH ^CI 
RUI^ 1. MILK INSP^TION .ilHVIC^S 

+ OT. ither ^rouo desiring approval 
1 ,uiy unit of government or other d^o . 

. ' «.tion se^-vioe shall .aice application for approval in 
°' ' ^' , , ,. a-riculture of the .tate of .alifornia. 

.ritins to the aepartaent o. a.rxcult ,,,ioultura 

. . . .. ia amplication ^he saia aepartraent of ae.ricu 
upon receipt or s.ia appiica entitled 

. nit of over-nent or otuer o'roup is «^ 
s-iall ae^ermine if sucu unit o. .ov 

• ^„ -h« ciaid aepartmen of 

„ .,,,...1. „»«»..•»"■-"•■■""■• ..,„,„ 

service later beconie inefficient. 

service must: 

-^- -i^nt force of qualified inspector^. 
(a) Provide a auiiioient loroa vj. 'i. 

^ « -ra-ularly licensed ph^^sician. and 
■hv,« general direction of a re^^uiarxir 
•under the gener^x u.xj. -pi,T«f> ilk 

- .-n-s-es to enforce efficiently tne x'ure ..iix 
sufficient laboratory lacilioxes to enr ^ 

. T .. 3 19271 and o^.ar lav;3 -and re.-ulations relating 
Law (approved June o. 19^7). .,,,^..,nents :aay be 

to ..aded .il.. in the absence of a laooratory .rran.e . 
.ade With a person or firn. approved concurrently by tne .epa t. t 
Of a.ricult^.e and the department of public health of the .ta.e 
California, to .o .acteriolo.ical and other laboratory work 

^^r^ni^nt -ohj-sical eictuaination or 
lo) Provide for tne efficient pn^oi^tx^ 

, ,,.„. an. m .=corda.o, wW. metalled in.xr.o^.ons of tn, .opart 
examiners from tiae to time. ^^ 



,0, provide .0. t.a ph.s-.oal ..agination ^a,. the ..pa.- 

. , Of . .uallr-a. vaterlnarlan. of all caUle producin, mill. « 

Vision of a q.uaxxi-'' 

.e 30.. in its .u.i3.icUon. as .e.ui.e. .. Xaw (.ec io Pu. 

p^sicaX examination .o. .ani.es. evidence o. diseases sue. as 
. . .astitis pyometra. tuberculosis, open sores, 
enlarged glands, mastitis, py » ,, tailed in- 

c«c etc in aocordanoe with detailed in 
*^A T*»«th abscesses, eiic., x" <* 

r::;:;;::Me oa.... o. a.i.i..e. ..i^. .u .. .^.a. 

alraotly to authorized exa,.iner3 fro» time to tl.e. 

(„ Kamtalh th, standard^ for the various «rUee of .11. 
.3 estanlehed .. the Pure .U. .aw (approved ..ne .. 1..^. . and t.. 
..las and re.^atlons here., aata.llehed ^^^^ 

(a) Cooperate in the holding ot o.rioiax 

^^A to do so by a duly authorized 
scoring contests whenever requested to do so y 

Uaaentatlve o. the department o. a.rlc.lt>.e o. the state o 

f^pction 4 (c) Pure Milk Law. approvea June 3. 1927.) 
California. (Section 4 ^c>, ru. 

(D Con^ly wit^ t^e rules and regulation- herein -at 

(g) provide for the grading of market cream on the same 

basis us market milk whenever possible. 

RULE E. IKSPi^CTORS 
X. .0 dairy inspector appointed under the provisions of 
... pure .11. la» (approved .una Z. 19a7). shall aceapt an,- oo.pansa- 
U„n. alreotly or Inalreotly. for an;, advice renoared to any dairy- 
man, nor Shall any such Inspector he the aaant for. or he Intarastad 
in any firm, or corporation, sallln.. or handling any supplies 
„,. hy dairymen, oraamarlas or other factories of dairy products. 

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2. The inapeotors whose duty it will X>e to participate in 
the enforcement of the pure milX law (approved June c, 19E7). and other 
laws pertaining- to the grading of milk and crea^n. suaU have passed a 
oivil service examination eJiven either by the .ivil .ervice .onunission 
of the oity or county in which the nili: inspection service is situated, 
or by the otate oivil Jervice commission, ^uoh examination, if given 
by a city, county or city and county, shall be of equal or uigher 
standard than that given by the otate Civil oervice Commission for the 
position of dairy inspector; provided, that all persons holding the 
position of dairy inspector in anj' city, county, or city and county, 
for a period of six months prior to the first day of October, 1914, and 
performing the duty of such office to the satisfaction of the Board of 
Health of such city, or county, during that time, shall not be required 
to take the said examination. In the event that the inspector has not 
taken the Civil service exaaination at the time of nis appointment, the 
aualifloatlons of auoh an inapeotor shall be determined by an examina- 
tion conducted by the Bureau of Dairy Control of the department of 
Agriculture of the otate of California. Nothing in these rules shall 
be construed to re luire the r.ealth officer of the state, or of any 
county, or oity, to tal:e an examination before being qualified to 
inspect aairies. milk plants, creameries, cheese factories, or any 
other factory where milk products are handled; and nothing in t:.ese 
rules shall ce construed to interfere with the inspection of such 
places by employes of the x^epartment of Public Health of the otate 
of California when an epidemic of any communicable uisease is 
prevalent* 



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KUL3 5, IKSPJCi'IOIi 

1, Inspeotion shall consist of laboratory examinations 

of the products and adeauate supervision of the equipment and i;-iethoda 
of the various proaucers and distri outors, 

2. oamples of retail milk for baoteriolOcjical and chemical 
examination snail be taken in orit^ir.b.: containers direct from delivery- 
wagons, dairies, milk plants, or other places of jiosiness at least once 
every two weeks at irregular intervals and without previous notice to 
any producer or distributor, .^.dditional samples of milk retailed at 
stores, etc., shall be taken as frequently as conditions will permit. 
Samples shall be taken from stores in all oases where complaint is made 
regarding the condition of same, ipeoial attention sliall be directed 
to the temperature at which store samples are kept. samples of whole- 
sale milk for bacteriological examination shall be taken at tirae of 
arrival at the milk plant at least once a month. i'he term wholesale 
milk' is construed to mean milk from a producer who sells his product 
to a distributor and shall not be oonstrued to Include the wholesaler 
of the finished product, to restaurants, stores, bakeries, etc. ^11 
milk samples shall be kept at a temperature below 50° -Fahrenheit until 
plated. Laboratory technique shall be in accoraance with the 'atanaard 
Methods of the American Public Health association for Llilk ^.nalysis.'' 
The direct microscopic count of oacteria (Breed. Llethod) is recognized 
as a standard of official technique where used for judging the quality 
of unpasteurized milk. 

3* Dairy farms shall be inspected at least six times a 
year. Pasteurizing plants shall be inspected at least once every two 
weeks. Plants of producer-distributors of raw milk shall be inspected 

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at least once each month, .cores on the methods and equipment of 
dairy farms or products plants shall be made at least f.vioe each 
year. Visits of inspectors shall be unannounced and at irregular 
intervals. Pasteurizing equipment shall be given special attention 
and recording thermometers tested for accuracy at least once every 

two vi^eeks* 

4. ^11 persons engaged in handling milk, either before 

or after ^pasteurization, shall be required to exercise scrupulous 
Cleanliness and :nust not harbor the germs of typhoid fever, tuberculosis, 
diphtheria, or other communicable diseases liable to be conveyed 
through the milk. ..bsenoe of such communicable disease may be 
determined oy cultures and physical examination to the satisfaction 
of the local health officer of milk inspection service. 

5. ^ach aairy or distrioutor of milk ana cream shall be 
kept inforned of the res^olts of the laooratory examinatio.is and 
soorlng of tUeir individual products and equipmant. On the basis 
of these determinations the inspection services shall issue written 
authorization to each person or concern who desires to sell milk under 
its jurisdiction; provided, that authorization shall be revoked in 
every case when the product or equipment of any person or concern 
does not consistently meet the requirements of the p-ore milk law 
or of the rules and reg-olations for its enforcement. 

6, (a) In case an ofiicial plate count exceedin. the 
legal st^.ndard is obtained on tue retail sample froa a aistributor. 
the milk inspection service shall make at least three recounts v;ithin 
a period o-; two weeks in audition to t..e routine milk examination, 
whereupon if the count is persistently high and the average count 

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obtaineu uu.rin:; the two weeks period exceeds that established 'by 
the pure milk law, such milk may be deg^-raded, or, at the option 
of the milk ins:?ection service, excluded fron the local market. 
..henever the product has been aegraded or excluded from the local 
market by this proceuure, such proauot shall not je reestaolished 
at its previoj-s standing for a perioa of at least four vv'eeks auring 
which time it must have met the requirements of the pure milk law as 
determined by official counts, .J.! recounts are considered as 
official samples in computing final milk scores. 

(b) In case an official plate count exceedins the le^al 
standard is obtained from a producer deliverin^; milk at wholesale 
in bulk to a distributor '.vhose supply is dravm from a number of 
producers, the milk inspection service shall ..lake at least one 
recount in verif ioa-cion of the first as quickly as possicle. If 
the first count is verified by a hi£;h recount the milk froa such 
producer ioay be dej^-raded, or at tiie option of the looaimilk 
Inspection aervioe axoluded froiu th.e looal uarka't. Wh.enaver tixe 
product has been degraded or excluded from the looal laarket by 
this procedure, such product shall not be reestablished at its 
previous standing until at least two recounts have been taken, 
Indicating that it is again in conformity with lejal requirements. 
(First reco-unt must oe taken within at least five da^'-s of date of 
degrading or sooner if expedient \;ith ^-'OOcL inspection service; 
second to follow immediately.) 

7. All publications or public state;;.ents relating to 
the quality of milk or cream, or the condition of dairies or milk 
plants, shall be expressed in terras of percentage, one hundred 

52. 



being oonsidered perfeot. In rating ailk or cream this percentage 
shall be baaed on an average of r.^sults obtained by the examination 
of at least four aaiaples talcen at intervals of at letist a v/eek. 
In no oase shall publication of numbers of bacteria be made. The 
method used for computing milk scores for publication shall be 
approved by the department of .^riculture of the State of California. 

RULE 4. STAKDiiRDS 
1. Market milk shall be delivered in sterile containers 
and the standards shall be those established by the pure milk law 
(approved June [5, 1927), and in addition the following maximum 
temperatures with respect to cooling: 

(a) :>rade A" raw milk, when distributed twice a day 

by the producer, must be cooled to a temperature of 60° Fahrenneit 

or Lelow, immediately after being dravra froa the cow, and so maintained 

until delivery to consumers, 

(b) Cirade "A" raw milk, when aistributed onoe a day by the 
producer, must be oooled to a temperature of 55° Fahrenheit or below, 
immediately after being drawn from tha cow, and thereafter maintained 
at a temperature not exceeding 60° Fahrenheit until delivery to the 

consumer. 

(o) Srade •'A" raw milk bottled at a distributing plant 
must be cooled to a temperature of 55° Fahrenheit or below, im:.iediate- 
ly after being drawn from the oow, and thereafter maintained at a 
temperature not exceeding 60° Fahrenheit until delivered to the 

cons\imer. 

(d) Grade "A" milk for pasteurization must be cooled 
immediately after oeing drawn from the cow to as low a temperature 

53. 



.3 .aouca. an. so .a.n.a.ne. ..X .e..e. .0 .^e pXan.. ...e^^^^ 
pas.euri.ation. .il. -^ .e oooXe. to a temperature 
o. .elow and so ^intained ^til delivery to fae cons^er. 
or telow, an nonatsorbent oleanable 

2 . milking shed or barn with tie.ht. no 

. «^ o-r each dairy producing graded milk, aioh 
*^r^ny>c, Qhall ^e roquirod ot eaon aaxi^ i- 
floors shaix ^ inspection service 

v,o^ nT. tiarn to be acceptable to the local m.p 
milking shed or oarn 1.0 

. ^^ +•«», +vi« dairy is conducted, 
under whose jurisdiction the dair:> 

RUI^ 5. iaiiBSLIlJG 
1. .raded ^r^et milk .ust be labeled ,= gl« *» fo^l-- 

In^ information: 

(a) .a.e of product, usin. one of tne following legal 

terms to correctly define the ,,rade: 

Grade "A" Raw ^^^ 
Certified Milk 

Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk 
Guaranteed Raw milk 

, ;, M-iTV Orade "B" Pasteurised Llilk 
Guaranteed Pasteurized liilk -'raa 

(b) name of producer or distrioutor. 

(o) Address ot ProeLxxoer or distributor. 

,. ungraded milk must be labeled to give the following 

information: 

(a) .ame of product, using one of the following legal 

terms to correctly define it: 
ilarket Llilk Raw 
Market Llilk Pasteurized 

(t) Name of producer or distributor. 

(c) address of proaucer or distributor. 

3. special designating words such as ..Inspected Llilk." 

i^tv -ilk « "Purity guaranteed.- "Special Baby Uilk." etc.. 
"jlxtra v^uality -^iJ-it. jruj.^ ^ 

54. 



^ .nt be used. (Pure milk law. approved June '6, 19E7.) 
must not De useu.. vi"-i <.<+,,4.« 

, I.e words -wMppln. oraa." or ta.le orea." oonstitut, 

..e na»e o. a prC.ot and ^- .« used .or la.eMn. :-ar.et crea.. 

. <•„- lo ,«llne marMt orsam are the same 
OtIierwUe, the requirements for labeling .narJL 

as those relating to market milk. 

KULE 6. PR033C'JII0HS 
1 prosecutions for vloxatlons of the provision, of this 
measure shall .e directed against any person, fir., corporation or 
association, and any -agar, ulreotor. or agent of a fir., corpora- 
...n or association who directs or per^ts an employ, to violate an. 
Of the provisions of this act. as wall as against the actual offender. 
Note. - »'or the definition and minimum tat reiuirament for 
whipping or pastry crean. see Keaulatlon __ page _. 

Sote. - .'or further infonmtlon relative to these rules, 
address inquiries to Bureau of .airy Oontro.. .tate .epartnent of 

Agriculture, oacramento. 

Note. - see ttegulatlon __. P^ge • 



&d. 



REGULATION iXII 
1, The heating of raillc or milk 'by-products , to be 
returned to farms for feeding purposes, to a temperature of 185° 
Fahrenheit, or above, as required by the provisions of deotion 1 
of the pasteurized dairy by-produots aot (approved June 5, 19S1), may- 
be accomplished by the direct injection of steam into the vat contain- 
ing such milk or milk by-product, without the use of a recording 
thermometer to indicate the tempera txire, upon receipt of special 
written permit from the department of agriculture of the State of 
California; provided, that such permit shall be revocable If at any 
time it is found upon investigation that suoh product Is returned 
to the farms without actually bringing it to the required temperature, 
as hereinabove specified. 



^>t^§^!i^smf^'^^iim^ ?q|. f^^-f. 




56. 






^ 729 






JUN5-1929 
By. ^— 



^^ 



G H HECKE 

Z R E J ' ^ " 




STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 

QUARANTINE ORDER NO. 7 (New Series) 
(With Reguletions - Revised) 
PertBlnlng to Alfalfa ^=.eevll 
F-ffective on end after w?: 



r^ri "! Of 9 



,,H.:ke„S, The faet h.s J-n^f'^ to"flfSff ^n^other' 
of .agriculture th.t an In ect lj3^5^°^|^'°4,ii ( pvytononus 

cf Coloi'iiGo, to w'li.: 



|jlt.,Gunnl.on.;,onr.cse .fat Rjutt, 



Garlieldj and 



In certain counties 
alo Blenco. Ourey, -'eae ^^J^.'l'J: '^^'^ie'Vine, ..crboe. Storey, 
in t^.e St' e of T:evf.df. to "J^" . '- f-?^ 'i^.V mcoln, -umboldt, 
Or..s^y. .ershln. ^y-'^.^-^tnii co^n't' Jn\he .t'te of Oregon, 
Eldo and :.ou,laE; bv.c, in cor^«^' certt-in ccunty In 

to wit: rElhour, ^s^^^/-^' V^^^!"* t?s ?luf: ', ull of which being 
the stf.te of Neoreske, to V^^ ' .^^^^^^^rUor^ *id tr at alfcl a 
hereinafter desi-n.ted *^- ^^^^r^jj alf e^fe' ^ei.l, alfel^a seed, 
hay and other hay and cereal ^t^^«;„f i;^;^^ ^, , household effects, 
salt gres' raCKln,. , ^^^ '^'-^' .^pfe^ts c; -.rlaf. implerents, 
household iTipleaonts, cun-.^lnfe !t^^ ^sed alf^-lffe -^f^l milling 
live stock, potatoes, nursorr f^o^- ;^t tale „nc other conttiaers 
machinei-y, and ell n'-ochinery, ijpleneat , .a s . ^^ 

th.t hBve'been used t^.^,^? .fJ^J'^'^^L' 'utSoMlos , automc ile 
Sitleis, truS^:^an^ V^^^^^s %. :iahle to be carriers 
of sf:ld 
pest. 



Iftlfe Jfeevil into 



venicles ere .lat^e ta^« r'rr.l^^\B 
territories otherv.ise free from t^ls 



NO. THEREFORE It ij^J-^f ff -^fJ^^^I'.iSv?!' "to^the 
orevent the'furth.r IjJ^'ff ^i"?,°ii-Ve Se anf the snne is hereby 
:tite of California, that e ^"*'^%'"'° "^^ of California, in 

established at the ^°^^f ;^„^,°^.\*etlon%?19b of t-o Folitlcr.l 
accordance •Ith the provisions o section ^^ ^^^^^^ ,^^^ 

Code o' t e :^tcte of CBliio.-a- -> r^ inoj aifei-j, -.col, 

7ll alf^lfu hay an.l o^ner hay and 5|^«.^^3;';!,i^^,,t movables, 
alfalfu seed, st It S^-as^ Peckln, , ^ag age, e j.^. ^g, crmplng 

ho^Jehold effects, household Ijnplementscanplng ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ 
implements, live stock, potatoes, nur8«i . 



1 



i 



meal milling maciilnery, and ell machinery, implements, ba "s and 
other contf Iners thf t hf ve been used In the T.lllint:, ;-olin-, 
larvestln- or threshing of elff.lft.; raili-o* d ca.-s, 6Utomo""iles, 
eutomofclle trrilers, trucks and other veVicles impoi'te:, shipped, 
brou~ht or otherwise moved from sf id i fenteri ter.'itory, and no 
such'artlcles, mate.'lels or ve'-.iclor as quarentined against in 
this order sht 1 be Dermltted tc pass ovor the said qunrentln© 
lines so hereby estfi:lished end procleimed, except under and 
sublect to the follov.lnr regulitions: 



Retj:^--letlGn 1. 
il f<-ira -neti, exc 



and a 
Tanufactu.'ed oi 

prohi^:lted f-oi 



. Ifalfe hey and other hay and cereal straw 
ert BE herein provided, thtt has been ^rown, 
stored in the said Infested territory Is hereby 
ertori . the i tf te of California for any purpose 



w 



hetcoever, and upon the rrrivr.l of any sucl 



ay or stra-v o.^ -eal 
as qutrtn-ined against in t-is order, the sa-e shall be inmediately 
sent out of the stnte or destroyed at f- e option and expense of 
tl:e owner ox' owners, >-i.- oi- feii' respon.'-ible agents. 

.Ifcl:?. meal or nixed meal wl ich cent? Ins alf; Ifa meal 
,111 be ar^'itted into the ^tr.te or California from the said in- 
fested territory frcn. mills which ere approved in v.riting by the 
Director of /friculture t. s ing r.o constructAd end operated as 
to conform to 'adequate sc.feguard require.rientB for t> e r.:-eventlon 
of taff.lfa weevil infestctlons or co taminaticn of tne alfalfa 
meal, r.rc ided thst ell such ali'alfa maal i? sacked and shipped 
imrnedirtely • ftor it is milled, such mlUimr, aackin and shipping 
to be dono*^durinr, the reriod liovembar 1 to ^arcfi M; provided 
furt.er, that such alfalfa meal i-^ r -loped in neA or recleaned 
burlap ba-s and loaded in tight rnilropd cars ',v^>ich are free from 



cl: 



Ifc 
used t." 
that cc 



hay, other hay 
CEr:'"1 '". f 1 '"fili 



end cereal straw and which havj not been 
>. hti-^' to -he "^111, pnrt • "ovlded furt'-ser, 
In-nent of tlftlft m«Bl, as nbove. If eccomrcT^ied by a 
certificate si ned b^ a state inspection orfirit 1 of t'e state 
in wV.ich t e alfalfa" meal orif^inr.tes , ostabllshing the frct thf t 
all the elfrlfa merl in the shirmicnt h-ac been milled, sached end 
shipped in aero 'dance with nh-? above rc^'iiroments . .uch certifi- 
cate "must al^o strte the name and location of the mill v.hich 
manufac 'ired t e ^rod'ict, tie na-:e and ad iresc of the importer 
in Calif o.«nit;, tit© auount of the importation, '.he nur.-.ber and 
Initials of t';e car containin'^ t'-e si ment ad t})e iate on 
which the rTaTfa -eal wrs mllle . aac'ed and shl-pc'. A copy 
of t^'.e cert ficate must be railcj at ti-e of -Mrment to the 
Director of grlcu2tui'e, ■ ccramento, Ccjlfornic. Any approval 
granted br the Director of /griculture tc t ny mill covering t^e 
shipment of t.lfalfa meal '^rom that mill, as provided above, may 
be revoked by him at any time he Is convinced that such mill is 
not meet'." adec/ ate s? fe -.ard or-./res. 

Owin.' to the fact thj t the only Fcurce of supply of fodder 
for animals in certain mountain and desert communities in Calif- 



h 




hay en-.t otner ^^'^."rrXr rr.,r^" ^ n^ •^- i ^ '11 ^e f^-ltted Into 
rendition., P;OvWeJ «-h -f^^=> ^PJ-^J.!' «=^.°:^;;"'„r ::o^eaa or 

?he co^o'fty 1. conr.l..nod. Persons ccntemplr ting t- e l^^^ting 
or Vn^ri r V f ron Dou~lr5: ^ounty, Nevedr., Into pcrti onr of ' I'^inj. 
11 Dor^fo f4 ?nvo covntlcs of the St.te of Celifornif. of .Ifrlfa 
hiy o- o?her vi.y or cereel str- w whall first secure e ■;-rrnlt 
?%. the Mx^ector of agriculture. ..?pliccticn for such ror-it 
nu°t be • - ^- '. itmr ar.' murt specify the nf.xe er.d edd-ess 
ofihe crov^r in Lcu-ltc bounty, ricvr'^a. t-e kind cnC quantity 
of hrt or strrw v-?ch It U dee'rcd tc In- oi- , the uurpor-e for 
Shlch^? 1 Intended, tve destination of r..r.e In tie St.te of 
?rllfor' 't. tVe nar-c enc cd-ress of the Ir.portei , i^r.c such 

duplicate by t-e perron o. persons epplrl"-r for Euch permit In 
acco.-dprce Vlth the 'cllc !■ *" -: 

St: te of ) 

) s.-. 

County of ) 

I hereby iole^Jily p.cniise ?nd s.ve. r tl:at t". e ---------- 

T— for iiieh I >• ve t-ppllPcl to the Lirector of 

qup.ntlty cf hfiy) 
Agricr^nure for permit tc i:nport from ""^ (N^rof "shipper ) 

.. ———.ill be trens-orted o." shipped by 

a^„«_----— — — -— — 

(. ddrG.:-. of 3.-.lp'oex') 

. -- — — -direct from- — -- — "■'ir""Ij'\ " 

TKlnd of vehicle) ( >-«^« "^•>' ^^°^^^) 

. -for feed for unlmi'ls at thut point end 

will ?e thorourviy cle, n. ^ of all nuch hay or straw Inr.edl.tely 
the lot or shlptn^^nt is unloaded at destination. 

Importer, 
subscribed and sworn to before me, » ^ Notary 



« «-«« <->,« I'Bllfornla-Iievado border during the greater 
Toftlollf the yjii ?s cSugUs County. Nevada, and further 



ertlticate si^n«a u^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^^t locality 



or 



his'dulT BUthorlEed deputy, setting forth ^^^ «*^^;;^t""":C:: 
iiere the cor^odlty was C-.n, where stored If stored, ^the 



the 



^1 Dorado and Inyo counties of ^^^^ ^tate of Callfornli 

v,o^ r>- n^hftp hav or cereal strtw whall first secure a inrmxy. 

??L%hrDL%otL of agriculture .ppllc.tlcnforsucbpor.lt 

™st bo ^.".o in v,ritlnc ar. :=ust jpoclfy th. nj^e ..d 'J^J^^^ 

for 




dupllcai-e bv t>-e perpon cr pei-Eono i.^^^.-^ --* ^ "^ 

accordance v!th the 'olio. 1^. - f rir: 

Sttte of — ) 

) ss. 

County of -— — — — — -) 

I hereby solenaily p: cmlse and awetr tl-mt tiie ---.~-.- 

T— for -.vhlch I hf ve arpli«d to the Director of 

"quantltr of hsy) 

Agriculture for per-lt to Iniport from -^f-;;;--f- ;,-.!;;;;) 

_^^^^___^^^,.... — — will be transported or shipped by 

'"("jddre3s of shipper) 

— (i5s--of";sin;i — ''^'-»^-"--(^s;-o--n-or;ro-r-od) 

. ..— —for feed for anlaiols at that point and 

SllHe thoroughly clecne' of all such hay or straw ImmedlBtely 
the lot or shipment la unloaded at destination. 

Importer, 
subscribed and ■worn to before me, . • Hotary 



public in md for the strte of C.lifornl., County of- 
day of » 1® 



this. 



Notary Public. 
, i9- 



Hy cornmissicn expires 

Any lot or shipment or alfalfa h#y or ^--1 straw arriving 
in CrlifoJnia not accompanied by the rehired offi^t^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

of orleln £.nd/or covering I^I^ffrprovlded for. or othorv:l8e not 
Director of . griculture as ^«^«^^ J^ P^^^J^rit^ne. chall be refused 
complying with ^^e Provicionr of t. is quarant.ne.^ ^^^^ 

tdmittence into t^e -*f^*®^°f,^^tj:„°^ ^r destroYed at the option 
linmedlate]y r.hlpped out of ^^^f^f \?^ o^ their responsible agents, 
and exnense of tf e onwer or ouners, his or tneii r« , 

^ f^r« o The nfterial known locally in the State of 
2er-l Pti or^j^.' ^^ ^ - Jliz be edmitted into the Stfcte of 
Utah as '^ait C^.^f P^,^fi"j,c' sMr^nent of selt gras. pacvinc is 
California, P^'°^i^«?,J"t*T®^^„tificBte M ned b-r t^^e crop cest in- 
.ccomrrnier^ br an ^^-^^/S^.^r^^etM'r fortS thf t all of the following 
snector cf t'- e otete of "t^,' J®^";^ ,J ^^. Th- 1 t^ c -aterial in 
requirements ^-^^^^J^^^e^es of Ic^cbor" 1 .nd April 1; 
the ahirtnent wt.e cut ^f**^ " ^"^^^-^ ^®;.°L, cr thi-pin^ o' this 
that the rc-V5n.. shoc-lr . «tac^in » ^■^^;-/^,_; ^eSperature of 
rr.aterial v.„s not ^r^^f^-^f U^t- derJe^ Vhr^nv eit; . nd that 
the sea.on ^^<5/«}-^^" ^^1°^^ '.Mp'^cnJ^hB!' be^n held lA t^e field 
none of the --^■tejl«^ ^^ f/ '^'n ah^'nts cf s.lt srrss packing 
from one season t another, /i-i a. ir^ "v- ^.r., ^ec es herewith 

or their repponalble » p:ents, 

' „ T4 ^>^«i«.c OR n ' ftcVi^; iteriel in ship- 

houses re-note from f.lfalr& fl-^j-cs, cj.it Ait- ^.«j 
materials • 

Regulation 3. An official certificate si,^ned by the state 
Hej^uj-exiiv-n o. ^-* . - wh^ch r^otfltces ori. intte shall 

''^"^^^'TZn^-Int of potatoSs^rcSn Jn or thipped. imported 
eccomor-ny each «;5;P-'®"J/i_t.°^:ed te^-itorr into the rtcte of 
or brou-ht ^^^^^J "':,,J^Je shall est. -lish the fact thrt all 
^^/J°:;^T; t?^ s^?^ent v^ve Stn nassed over . screen im^r.edlately 
potftoes in ^^^,^J;?^^2,V'\;j8ced in new or reel, ned sacks and 
?o^Sed ?n ckrs th'f sre^ee from .Ifalfa hay or other hay or 
HbA s^raw^end th.t adenuate precautions heve ^«^n trken to 
^pJ.reit^re^'nfest..ion c. c^nt^^^ti^^^^^^^ 

jrcSrerarSSrUith'prUrdid'JS'orother^s. not complying with 




out 



V TT >^« yftfnaed fdmlttcnce into the 
the above requirements eh.U ^« J«^JJ J^ inriedl^tely sent 
St.te of California and the s^« »f,^^^ ,„^ «,,ense of the owner 

°^ ^o^^cr^sf SlfoJ^^relJ UoLi^le agents. 

er.^- other 



or 



Regu l6tl^n_ 
plants Tmp^ 
fror. the £ 

rlc>-t« est' Mlf^hln th.. f..ct "^ J "^■. P' ^^ for ilflfa weoTll 



In 



.ght .mc:osui.o, ^!5.Jj«°.^^";^i5° of ^St^sMui or sodium at 
?re^fate^or";ne orcf ir4acron7S^re<l^Vc. ^-t o^ space. 



All 

1- 

provlded for 

enc G'c.all ^0 

option Rnd expense 



^:?ock end other pl-nts as enunerated 



11 nursery .nf- ornaiacnt.l «tock end oLne. p. .^^= -- herewith 
n this rekul.tion. not 1^^°^ f^i^^J.^y^rTnto the .trte of California, 
.rovlded for 3hall be refa.ec f;^^^f ^t.nce ^nto ^^g^,. ed at the 

,n.n.di.^tely^8C.t^out^of^the^st.t^ ,, ,,^elr responsible 



agent s ( 



l-le 
movab 10*57 
Into tl btf.te 
persons unlesr 
nede In duplicato 



or emigrant 
be brought 



Wo shlment of houser.ol^l offecta. 
iS s Id Infested territory, t^nall 
Of Callfor^iJ b. un. c.^on^car.U.r Person or ^^^ 

such ^^Jr;;^,ro":S?PPer '^n"Ic?ordance with the 



by 



.-. v,v^ ^^pH -vill be fu)«ni8heu to tppHcenta 
follov.lnc fornis, ^^^^^'^ o-^lho tt^te in .•.>ich shipnent^ originates, 

one 0? ;uch dipllc.tes desi^n.ted r,. cop;. I,o. 
the Director cf .£rlcultui-c, _ 
of seid Quplicctes desij^n.tea 
common carrier &gent, v;^th a '. 
to tlic v;av bill: 



1 to be ^.t^lled to 
■MO !i co?«.ficatc appended, to att«h 



:c. 



Sttto of "" 

CoTinty or 

k.^rr?rafv.?\'':-U:ri?^f t-:::rr.:%oM^ wir. .covered to .., 



.... et 



on 



- (P.allro.d) (3t.tlon) (-nth. day. year) 

constitutive (leaii than) a carload -^f-ZTJ^mr^'ltVinllUls bxA 

, . ........at 

....... •—.•to be shipped to- 



car number here) 
"( Destination) 



(BL-.rae of consi-noe) 

^^^^ .,...——• that no 

^* ""(Oi^"lnitlal«"of other lines) 



shipment .nd thr-t no ^'T. «". or grji ^^^ ^^ ,^ y ^ 
rr«.i't't"t?7c^r,"ir^rte-;ine, tn.t the .nlpment 1. ».d. up 




of the following; 

Eousehold goods, farm Implements, tools, harness, ferm 
wagonr, automobile (drew e line throu,r:h Itenis not Included), 
stands of bees, live stock feed for Eailtntls In 



(specify) 



transit 



(Specify kinds end tjnount of each) 



and 



(Specify 



any items not included in previous classification) 

(Shipper or owner). 



Subscribed and sworn to before me — — 
notary public in and for the state of 
county of- — —---——— — this— — --• 
19 . 



.da7 of- 



Hotary pvblic, 
19- 



1^ eoHBisslon expires— 

This aoeclal certifictte fmn the o ner o:» shipper to be 
appended to cot'-' lio. 2 3h?ll be in accordpnce with the following 
fom: 

I hereby i gree to observe explicitly the requirements of 
the Culirornle' ut rant' no Order No. 7 w:th regard to h^ay, straw 
or greln (irxiuded fc stooh feed Tor nae before reRChlng the 
California atrte line), household rnd f?o;rlcultU"r 1 etni.-rt nt 
movables and other materialn, and hereby certify thi t I have 
mailed t-.is dcy one coo;; of the foreroln.T v.fridfevlt to the 
Director of j^griculture, ^acranento, Calirornia. 



(PicnctOre). 

-pon the arrival nt rny coimon ctJ:Tier station of any 
shipment oi tiie ertlclec ontirerfcted in this reg-.lrtion, cuch 
shipment shall be held intact until the liroctor of .-.eric vulture, 
his der>utT o.- deputies or the strte qusrcntlne guardian of the 
district o-' county in which such shipment is received, hud 
notified and a certificate of release Ippued. 



been 



r.e;:ul?-ticn 
1 e in t.nc free 



6. 1* shall be the duty of til cc rroncirriers 
to clein tJic free "of alfalfa hey pnd other hay and cereal straw, 
all cars that )' ve been used for the transportation of live stock 
or alfalfa hay and other hay find cereal stru*, in or tlirough any 
part of the said Infesten territory before the car'e enter tiie 
State of California. Any md all such cars found rt my point 
In the State of California #-ich have not been clecned ca above 
shall be immediately placed In quarantine by the Director of Agri- 
culture, his deputy or deputies or state quarantine ^ardiana. 



vo «n Biffllffi hay or other hey or cereel straw Is thoroa-hly 
? liiT^« L^\ o«T or straw found In cars tven? porting' -iv« 

locality of orlrin, 

°in$:n^"hr?;:;^lnr l^ivTesMnrof elJaira will be admitted into 
?ie^??te c- Ccllfox-ni. from the said infested territory only 
the -'^«^^® f- ^2 ^.tt-v the following reqi irements: Persons con- 
upon compliance with rne i oj.j.o^.xii? » "^ -trt-ft of California 

?heiSf.itv from' "Mtt'e Shipment Is to he . de a description 
of t^ e erticle. for w^ ich b ror-nlt is reqi:esterl. th.e ter-ninal 
^^inVnrrt Oliver-- --'^ tv- nrme e.r.6 rddrerr of t>:e person In 
ra^for'ia to' hem' the remit should be sonl . ..ny tnd .31 ship- 
^ ;= ^r ,,,r° mrrh^er- r-r^/or Imrlcmcntt heretofore <;nuT.eratod 
TrtvifrSrul-.tion Jnported'^Sr hrcuEl.t into the .'t-te of California 
iSder authority of permit i.sueo by the rirector of ^&^lc^i^^« 
^all h"ve Bttlched to each shipment a certificate si ned by the 
snaj-j. n»'vo «!..€:>. erf, te fro-^ vhich Puch shioment was 

Mon «°rtvo e-ount of cyrnlde used in the funizetion cf the 

shaU be irr^ediately sent out o'' the st.te at the exr^ense of the 
owner, consignee or agent. 

^e-vjlrtion 8. ...ut -ohlles, tuto-nohlle trailers, trJ-Vs 
end ot her ve^iciSs from the said Infested territory arriving in 
Cali?orpIa Shall he pl.ced in quarantine by the Eirector of 
$irlculture. lis deputy or deputies, or quarantine r^rr i an of 
tfe district or county into which such vehicle arrives until it 
has been determined by In.-ection thrt the same Is free from 
alfrlfa weevil. 

Regulation 9 . B*gC8ge. enilgrant movables , ^-?V«»^?J,* ^_„>., 
effect s - ; Kouaehoid implements, camping effects, camping Implements, 
Sied filming implements and other field appllancea imported or 



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^..ught into th. Stat, of CUirornl^by other *.nc™ono.r^^^^ 
trr.nsportetlonrroB the said lnfe8t«dter J^^ ^^ 

r.pSt?^otr"o?%s.r=;t,; '4 1 o - -tttj.°u'rLts'° 

, ^j ir. Mroifo flead will be fdmltted Into Calif- 
, rSTthf said ;nf^Cfd't."uory onlT .hen contained In 
ornl. f 'O" ,^"' ",",,,?' V ,,, ve not been orevlously used In the 
c'aJr/llie'oflu^iJai-oSuctr other than r ecleaned .Ifelf. seed. 

/TT or.t4,.i««5 fidmlE'lble un er the foregoing reg-Jl- tlcns 

«st -"il-"ifi?IrTnr4c;fd"'aSd'?ts:fd lf\Zr.r\l.or 
:r^^?cul?L.e1'hls"S"ritror "rrSttes, 0. ^ s^duly authorUed 
sttto querentlne guardian. 

The admissibility Into the Stete of California of any 

rSl^ or regulitlona now In force or which may hereafter be 
promulgated . 

.11 deputies of the Director of .agriculture and all state 
querantinl gSaSlans are hereby empoared to carry out all the 
provisions of tMs order. 

This Re,l..d ,-rantlne Ord.r "-.J --^'t^l^.i'^'^^f/Xr 
effect Intnedletely. 




grlculTiureJ 



APPROVED: 




T 




Governor of the Mitie of caiii'or-.la 



ISSUED: 



v^^l 






FIUED 

i« U« oIm of tkt« 8«ereUrT of 8Ut« 
or TIE KITE Of OUfOUriA 

M0V'3:M929 





OBxecutiue department 

§tttt< of ®ttlifor«la 



TIUCT.SIT 






In accorlanoe v;i-th the lonj e- -a-lishe 1 ousto: 



oi' o^xr 



oo-ojitx-j, the Presiie^ 
iesi.'^ated the last ■. 



.t of 



United States has set apart and 



L'hursday of this no 



nth as a day of thanhs- 



rcivin- to To 



d for -he blessin.^s 



us , and of prayer f o: 



le soritir.u 



liCJh have so riohly attended 
ance of those blessin;:s. 



This beautiihil oust or.: is one 



QY^"--!.- 



iitizen '.vould de- 



sire to perpet'oat 

devote one day of eac 



Ii see."S e;.:inently fitting- 



txl£ 



;e should 



homes and i: 



our res^oective 



lO-JLses of v/orship 



;o a rer.de rin J of "^ 



hanhs, not only for 



oontmuan: 



! e of o\ 



r.iateria 



1 v/elfare, out also fo: 



:he -^.r 



Lvileje 



which is ours o 



f liviny in a land of pease, freedo.-.i^ 



r^.alit-'- of opport-^^iit; 



IO'.v t 



herefore I, J 



:o-n: 



"overnor oi 



it e o: 






lifornia 



"pursuance o: 



;ro3la-:.at 



io:". o: 



he 



iden:; 



and in ao;:ordance v;iuh 



;hc authority veste: 



ae G:-]av;, here- 




eiT-'j 



da^' of Iloveaber, IS 29 



i:: V.'IT::i:33 V^SP-SC:^ I have here- 
un-o set my hand and ca-j^ed :;he 
■j-reat Seal of z'.iQ State of 
California to he affixed this 
21st day of .;ov-3.nher, 1929. 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 

AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO QUARANTINE ORDER NO. 
(Hew Series • Revised) 
Pertaining to Alfalfa Weevil 
Effective on and after - 



FILED 

MAR 1 -J 1930 
FRANKC,JORDAN 




Until Iftarch 1, 1930, that portion of the county of Lyon, 
Strte of Nevada, lyin^; couth of the northern boundary of town- 
ship thirteen north, and w st of the eastern boundary of range 
twenty-four east, and knovm ;s the ."^-^Ith Vailey, is exujipt fron 
t;:e provisions of quarantine OMer No. 7 (New Se^'ies- Revised), 
provided thnt any and all shipments of concnodities qutr "intincxl 
against b;: Quarantine Order No, 7 (New Series - Revised), and 
offered for entry into Calif ornie from thct portion of the 
county of I yon, Stf;te of Nevada, lying south of the northorn 
boundary of tov.Tiship thirteen north, end .-.est of the eastern 
boundary of range twenty-four east, and known as the Smith Valley, 
must be' acconpenied by ; certificate signed by the State quaran- 
tine officer of Neva<?a or by a duly autliorized deputy of the 
Sttte Quarantine fleer of Nevada, setting forth the exact 
locality where the commodity was groviTi, where stored if stored, 
the ntir^'^ and address of the producer, the name and address of 
the shipper end the name and address of the person or firm in 
Cslifornia to v;hon the conmodity is consigned. * copy of each 
certificate shall be nailed in advance of s/ilpaient to the 
Director of .agriculture, Sacranento, Calif ornie. 

Quarantine Order No. 7 (New series - Revised, effective 
May 23, 1929) is aaended accordingly. 




Director or 'gricuitur© 



APPROVED: 



Governor or ttie S'tnte of Cr-llfornla 

i/' 



ISSUED: 



i 






I 



G H HECKE 




STATE OF CALirORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 



in the officf <if the 3ecr'=tary of 8tat» 
OF THE STATE OF GALIFOBUIA 

MAR 1 9 1930 
FRANK C. JOk'DAN 



QUARANTINE ORDER NO. 3 (New Series - Revised^ 
Pertaining to Oriental Pruit Moth 
Effective on and after J'^y '^ . 




WHEREAS, The fact has been determined b; the Director 
of Agriculture that on Insect injurious to peach trees end fruit 
and other trees and frvilt knov.'n pp the Oriental fruit moth 
( Lcsneyresia riolesta , Busck) new to and not ^^eretofore prevalent 
or distributed in the Stete of California exists in the strtes of 
New York, Connecticut, Ne^ Jersey, Penns^^-lvanib, Kentucl-TT, Mary- 
land, Delaware, -est Virginia, Vlrr^inia, Tennessee, North 
Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alaba.-na, r.ississippi, 
Louisianc, .rkans.'S, Texas, Ohio, Intilann and Illinois, end in 
the District of Columbia, ail of w Ich are included in and here- 
inafter referred to as the infested territory, end tiuii all 
varieties find snecies including tl>e flowering forms of peach, 
neatarine, almond, apricot, plun, cherry, choke-cherry, q Ince, 
pear ^nd apple trees end pltnts and fresh fruits thereof, and 
v.ll ':ore3, barrels, baskets, or other containers of these fruits 
ere lltblf? to be corriers 
; t te of Cplifornia; 



of 3! id Oriental fruit -oth into the 



NO"', TH^^EPORE, It ir declared necessary in order to pre- 
vent the introduction of the said Oriental fruit moth into the 
Sti te of California, that a quarantine be and the sate is hereby 
established at the boundaries of th.e £ti te of California, in ac- 



cordence with the 
Code of the State 
and all varieties 
peach, nectax^ine, 
quince, pear end 



provisions of section 2319b of the Political 
of Celifornie, against sai7 Oriental fruit moth, 
and species includir-c t e flowering fcrr.s of 
elmond, apricot, plum, cherry, choke-cherry, 
apple trees or plants or parts tiiereof, including 



the fresh fruits, end all boxes, barrels, baskets, or other con- 
tainers th.tt hrve been used to contain these frv;its. Imported, 
shipped or brou^h from said infested terrltoiTT, and further, no 
such trees or plcnts or po tlons t" ereof , includinp; the fresh 
fruits, end no containers used for such finxits as quarantined 
against in this order shall be permitted to paas over the said 
quarantine lines so hereby estcbllshed and proclaimed. 



Any and ell varieties and species including the flowering 
form of peech, nectarine, rlsiond, tpricot, plum, cherry, choke- 
c>-errY, quince, pear end apple trees or plants or parts thereof, 
Includin.' V^e fres^^ fruitc, and all boxes, barrels, baskets or 
other used containers oV f esc fruits, ti-riviiig in Celifomla 
from the Sf.id lifested territory shell be refused admittance into 
the f tr.te of Cnlifor-ia a-d s'-cll be inniodi tely no-.t out of the 



stt^te or destroyed at tl e option and expense of the owner, or 
ovmers, his or f- eir rer.noncible cr,©n*:s. /.ll deputies of the 
Director of griculture end ell quarantine f^uardians nr-e hereby 
empowered tc car -y out f.ll the provisions of t is order. 



United 



The foregoing doBs not apply to the experl icnts of the 

:,t tes Deprrtment of griculture in the St- te of Cilifornii 



This • evlsed 'ieruiitine Order :io, 5 supersedes Quarantine 
Order No. 5 (New ;,^rios-Revlaed) dated May 12, 1928, end shall 
tahe effect imr.edietely. 




Direc 



Agriculture 



APPPOVED: -Vt-- ^_^'^_^' 

6overnor of the Stite of California 



ISSUKD: 



if/f^ui5ii>J.u<w 



'kfl 



ju^v^rifi 1* '> fv:i>iAuJ/v;^ 



/. 






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I 



DIREC- OR 




STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



in the offirp n'" the Secretary of 8t»t« 
or THE STATE OF CALIFOMU 

MAR 19 1930 
FRANK C. JORDAN 



SACRAMFNTO 




ABfETirijrENT NO. 2 TO QUARANTINE ORDRR NO. 
(New Series - Revised, effective 
Vbj 23, 1929) 

Pertaining to Alfalfa Veevll 

Effective on and after /ugust 21, 1929 

WHEREAS, The feet hes been determined by the Director 
of /^ricultxire thtt the alfalfa weevil ( Phytononus posticus ) 
exists in the county of Jackson, State or Oregon: 

NOW, TF"IiEFORE, It is declared necesscry in order to 
prevent the further introduction of the said alfelfa weevil 
into the State of California that all of the provisions and 
requirements pet forth in Quarantine Order No. 7 (Nev/ Series - 
Revised effective Hay 23, 1929) be hereby nade to apply and 
do tpply, until further orders, to all portions of that 
territory loiown as the county of Jackson, Stj-te of Oregon, 
in adJitlon to and including the st;.tes end counties set 
forth in uortatine Order No. 7 (New Series - Revised effective 
May 23, 1929). 



Quarantine Order No. 7 (New 5>eries 
May 23, 1929) is fcmended accordingly. 



Revised effective 
This amendment shall take effect immediately. 



^■ ^» vJUi 



AJMc 



Director '<:^-'^ri culture 



APPROViD: yX:iXy^l (TC'UUA 

novemor of/' the Stiate cf del If omla 



IS:UEDt 



August 21, 1929 









<^ 



(J 



G M MECKE 

DiWECTOR 




STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

B^pattntfttt of A$nailtitr? 

SACRAMENTO 



FILED 

1b the offlrp of '.hf. Secretary of SUti 
OF THE STATE OF CAUFOEHIA 

MAR ] 9 1930 
FRANK C. JORDAN 




QUARANTWE ORDER WO. 13 (Hew Series) 
(With Regulations) 
Pertaining to Ozonlum Root Rot. 



^'HERE'S, The fret hes been determined by the Director 
of /?rlcnlture that e danrei-ous disease of nursery trees end 
plmts, .-nov/n i.s ozonlan ?.oot. lot ( Qzonium o-jiivorum) exists 
in" the states of J^jirona, Texas, QVTelr.onci and Nev- i exlco and 
that ell nui'serv stock, trees, plants, shrubs and vines are 
kno-.v-n as hosts or nosrible c£-rriern of the above-mentioned 
disease; 

!!0' TF-'f^POr^"'., It ir: declared necessary in order to 
prevent* the further introduction into the stt-te of California 
of osonium omnivorvm thct a qu rantine be end the satne is 
he reby established a t the boundaries of the str^te ol^^Callf- 
ornia in accordance v.ith the provisionr of Section 2319b of 
t^e Pollticrl Code of the steto of California ETsinst tHe 
said' ozonlun onnivorun and against all nursery stock, trees, 
plrn t s . 3hi>ubn End vin es im-^orted, shipped or brought into 
the st'te of California fron: t::e st tes of -rirona, Texas, 
Oklahor.8 rnd New ! exico, and no Oroniun or.-.nivoi;un and no 
ru-Sr- rtoc-, trees, plants, shrubs or vines rrorn the states 
o^ 'ri'ona, Texas, Oklahoma and Mew i.lexico shall be perr.lt ted 
to vcsl over tbe sclci q^i-^rbntine Unes so :ierec est'.bll»hed 
and'proclaiTOd exce t under and subject to the following 
resuit-tlons: 

T7p„..o.^i on "• , ai -^rrserv stoc>, trees, plants, shrubs, 
end v< n"es^froT."t ' ^ e"3tt.tes of rlione, Texas, oklahor.a rnd New 
yr^^^~ ...-..(^x, 1 . ve bee-, s-ov.-n ^n6 r-^cked in end shlr^ped from a 
district free fron Orouium Rcot :^ct .vill bs rr^-nltted into the 
State of Cr.llfornlr provided eaO such lot or shivient s 
acco— l«.d by a certificate signed by the duly aut-:orized 
inonection official of the state in which same orl^ira tes 
eet'Ml-^^ini- the fact tf at all of the mrtorlel contained in 
^" lot'or shlp^ent as c-'- t^ ^-^^'^ V^^-^^ i^ ^^^ shipped from 
a district free from Oronliun Root Rot. ^.ach such certificate 
^v7iT Ef te t^- ru-h.r f.nC kinds cf trees and plants contained 
in t^e lot or shipment, where grown, name and address o. gi;ower, 
Bf-e fnd address of shl ncr, point of shipment, ter-ninal point 



of delivery and the name and address of the consignee. 

■1 4.4«« 9 Lii nurserv stock, trees, pltnts, shrubs 
Regulation 2. All ^'^J;'^^^.!^^^^ from a district In th« 
and vines' grovm or packed ^^^ °?^^^^^^'P^^«;^ mq-ico in which the 
states of Ari.one. Texas, Oklahoma and ««*J;«Jf °/^^i^ited ad- 
Otonium Hoot Rot occurs or i^,^^'^^°^^^^ ^ pSrnlt has first 
niittance into the ^J^^e of Caxlfornla unxe ^ ^^^ i.nporter. 

been secured from ^^^^^S^S only whS the Director of Agriculture 
Such permits will c»e issuoa ""t'„- ^.y,.^ *v,e «arieti03 or species 
has received satisfactory ^^^^ence that J^| JJJ^^^ ^^^ or move 

Of trees Pj-;;^^' f ^^^^..f o.oS^in 'oo? h^t and th.t the cir- 
c^S:s?:LercoEi:Stld°wlS'tSlif ^ipc^ent o. ^voje^ 
^c"ule\he possibility of their acting as a carrier o^ that^^^ 
disease. Such per-lts ^ijl ^^^ be ^-^uea ^^ ^cation for 

plants. Shrubs or ^i'^f^ ^^^^t^'^oe^lf t?o klld and nu:nber of 
such oer it the importer ..ust specir, ^no Kinr ^ ^^^ 

trees- or plants ^J^-//- ^?/.re?rAane%nraddio3s o/consignee. 
grown. "^•''tvT^ant -hit? -rbV express, freight, parcel post or 
r.S: aL"ira^co.ra r-^f-f t-tlo^ ^,^, 

:rr;hir'rt JoSe^iSf ?e^?L??: lo''t^..lLlt\..s disease. 

.e..ul:tion 3. i:o restrictions are placed by this qu^ran- 
tme u pon the aov e-ent of cuttin s grafts, 1^0^.^ ^Hlf °J,„ta, 
fruits of any variety or H^l^H^'i/^t^ ^cot^and soil". 
shrubs or vinos provided sa e are iruw ii -*i 

Kll ortloles adnlssilble under the foregolns regulations 
«.t *e "al?'^no^.on csrrlcr .eents and not «Uver d^to^^^ ^^ 

^^^SZ^ nrlei^^f or-Se^fttt;,- o.-£r. dui, authorised 

quarantine guardia:!. 

The adnil.slMlitr i-'V'-^f f^^,°^j.S?"eSatlone'^i!sll 

™l^ or reruiJScns no,. !n force or «hlch nay i re, ft.r b. 
pr omul gated. 

^11 de-utlea of the Director or Agriculture and all 
ou.r.ntine cuardJans are hereby empov.ereS to carry out all the 
provlrions of t" is Order. 

This order shall take effect ln««dl&tely. 






culture 



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APFKOVKDi 



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ISSUED 



ovemor of the.'fetrfce of Ueiiror la" 



9 



735 



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G H Hecke 







FIL-ED 

in the offir" i :" li>e Secretary 0^ !*•*• 
or THE STATE OF CALIFOMUL 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA MAR 1 9 1930 

SACRAMENTO ^ 

AMEITOMENT NO. 1 TO QUARANTlTfE ORDER NO. 8 

(Now series) 
pertaining to Alfalfa v/oevil in California 
Effective on and after July 11, 1S£&- 

WTKRTiAS The fact has been determined by the Director 

until further orders, to all portions oi^n 

,:nown as the County of Alpine bt.te of C^llf^JJJ^^J^ ^^. 

addition to and including tne territory 

cntine Order No. 8 (Hew Series). 

Quarant ne Order No. 8 (New Series) is amended ac- 
cordlngly. 

This Amdnerent shall take effect Imt .diately. 



iikii 



rector or Agrlcuitui-o 



APPROVED: 



A^fc/r^^^ . _ ...I I 

Governor of the ^tcto o f galU'ornla 



1 



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ISSUED: 






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PIUBD 

Sr TBI iTATX or CAUrouu 

MARE 01930^ 
iq^ANKC. JORDAN 




STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 



II.1LR .:,TI::£ ;iiD£.i Ho. 13 (Mew 5erlcs) 
(71th -{egraatlons - Revised) 
X ertalninr to (vZ-^nlum -toot aot 
ff?otfve on and after March 18, 1930. 



'Vi.iPJ: '}, The fact hts been detf r':!lned by 
the Dlreot r f wtI cultur'=' tl.i-t a d:. ger -ar dlK-ase ^f 
nursery trees end r?lant.-', kn^wn as Ozoniun !-.o->t Hot 
1 . zo lur: - >: .n* v>rirr. ) exist:, i:. 
..rlcan;:aE , Texas, "klaliT-ci aiid 
nursery sst^ck, trees, plant r , 
as hOi->t; or pos 
disease; 



■ible of.rr^ers 



the ntater of ..rlzona, 

ew .exloo a.d that all 
Ehrut. and vlnei are kr. 
of the ab:5ve-aer.tloned 



wn 



!! >\i, THin^FORS, It is deoli-fcd neceni-jry in 
-^rder to nreve»it tie fi.urt.:er l-.tr Auction into the ">tate 
'.r J. 11 -'or ia f . zoni-j:; y.nlvoru;; that a niarantine be 
ar.d t:-e ca e ir. herebv e: taLlirhed at thr boimdarles of 
the .tate -f Callfor ia in ac-ordt ;'.ce "itl; tne -rovlrlona 
of Oecti^n 2319b of tie iolltinc.1 :ode of the tte of 
jaliforr.la c alrrt tlie faid Ozq- i-ii yn^-orun and acainst 
all m.reer ctooi:, trers, plw.tp, phrub? ai.d viner. iuvort- 
td, .■.;.! v.ed jx br-iitht irito the Gt; te of Cell for.. -a fr-'m 
t-e Etates of Arizona, ,^t]il.bccl€ , Texas, '.kl.Jioaii end ew 
exico, md no Gzoni 'n ^rui:lv r\Mj a nd no nurc^rv stook, 
rees, rllnt^, shr'ibs -r vi:ie?= fr^- the etotee of .-.rlzona, 
.rkansas, Texae, Oklahoiia and l.ew i.exloo shall be per- 
mitted to -asB ower the cald q'.iarantineHlinf-3 jo hereby 
establl.hed aud proclt-lmed excer-t snider and dublect to 



the followintj ree^ilationBt 



leer latiou 1. De/l itlon of wortfl remises.* 
he word " -remlef' s" e r- her e 1 n.- f te r ced ir. these re:o:la- 
ti^n;. El.uli be c:::'tr-ed to rne^.n all the land inclnded 
ur;d«r me legal deGCPtrntion of any parcel ^f land famed 
^r iifcndled as one v t *' -r --nd, -rovided that in no 



insts: ce 8^811 fluch " yre isr- - " be s- aller In area than 
T.ouli f-illv encJ o-s- & r;-diu.s of at lea^t 100 feot frTr. 
cctn-a 'jlEce There tie nursery stocV, trees, plant, abr^Jbs 
or v^nfs to be sblpped or -".oved h ve ber-n f?ror1ncr. 

..eT'-latl on 2. Certifier tlon. 
Eant lot -r ehW: ent dT nursery etocV , trees, plants, Fhnibs, 
vnn viner fr '' ttf Bt: te" )f Arizona, Arkcnsas, T-exaa, ^ 
OklebT a and new exico ruEt be eccomp; nied by a ^ertifl- 
cate Pi -Tied by fue duly authjrired ins ectlan jfricial it 
tie sttte in rhicb aa- e ori-inatps *»stabli sV^n - t> e f act 
t^ at all ^f the raterlal c -^ntalnet in the lot )r sVip-ent 
w ° -roYu on -re- ipes free iro! uror.i - ro ;t rot. In E-df.l- 
tion. eacli such - ertif ic te shall st. te tie nu bcr end 
kinds of trees and plant>3 contained in the lot or shlpnent. 
whrre -roTrn, nar.e and addreer of -rorer, ni -e and addrnp« 
of PhimM-r, paint of ehipr.ept. ter-lnal point of celivej 
the ni.' e und addres of conilTiee. 



and 



• •Jn-'ert^ fieri 
jf the articlPE 



ne.-^ulation 3. Disposition o 
ehlD-entP. Any end til tot or ^-hl- -ents 
=nec^f^ed in this ^arantine Ord r exrivinr: In v.lifornia 
fro- tie B-.^tes of Arizona. Arkansas, Tetes. 
Her exico rithoit tl ' certincite r 
latlon 1 hereof shell be i' 
or de'^tro- ed at the optl n 



Olclaho-s : nd 
r:)Videc' for In .e-^i- 
edi-tely sent out of tr e state 
nd exjenpe of tie 5T-ner or airners. 



his or their responsible a eats. 

;o-^ -lati >n U. ■^Tcer.tlons. 
..o rePtrictions are plrced by tils ru: rtntine up:n the -ovf- 
-e-'t if free fro- root^ tm' -oil of :ny v riety or s ecies 
of nur erv -tocV, trees. Icnts rhrubs. vi.-en. dorrant 
b-ilbs. cnttln-s, -r ftr. scl ns. seeds or fr^it. 

;il artl'-lep ad-lsplble under the lore-'oing 
rcniletions 'ur-t be h^ld by co-r. n c rr'er F.-ents rnd not 
del^-ered to consl-ner or e -ent .ntn ^nsoecte' and -f-s-ed 
toy tie director of A-r'cnlture his de utv n deputies, or 
toy a dul" authorized quEnntine -uardian. 

"he ad-'st. tol?Hv 'nto the dt:te >f Ctlifoifnia 
' sjiv article r cor- ^d' t" -'-Ter'-d toy the for^p-oinr- re^la- 
ti ne' shall be fuither 8ub1«ct t;. tl:e rovisl .ns of any 
other ruarantine rule- ^r r^- nxlatlone ni's in force ^r Thieh 
may hereaftf^r toe ro- ul-atod. 




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All -ie utles -if the Director of Arrlc Iture 
B.nr^ all cuarantlne fmar^linnr? are hereby eT.nowerei to 
carrv out all the orovlslone of thlLi order. 

This Revised u^rnntlne "r'^er No. 13 su-^er- 
eedes unr'ntine nrd«-' :;o, 13 (l.'ew Series) iptei Jun? 19, 
1^39, 'ind shall tnlce effect i:-:e-^ lately. 




Directorfif iifTlcilture 



APPROVHiD! 



Mj/<rMU^^' 



.^OTern'ir of ftiie i^nte ->f j'^I^ 



for ia 



IJS'JED: 



■:orch 18. 1930. 









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G H HECKE 




STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

HmiW' . ,^ ,,.^^ 1,0. 9 (New series - Revised) 

Pi^K^?i,«l?8§ft^^ ,, 3weet potato .eeviX 

^' '''"""" ' "^^ • - ■- xi and tftex ilarcl. 12, 1930. 



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trfective oi 



VIIEHEAS, The fact ^^ ^^^^;^^^^^^^rs 
of Apiculture that an insect iJJ^^^^^J^^^ pjtato^weevil 
aud Soot potato plants ^---^ /^^^-^/J^f ^^°etofore pre--"- 



IS trie Bweei* ^wi/"w»^ ..- 

auG swoci pubu.u t— j;-- V""„'e-, to and not heretofore prevalent 



es 



or ai3i.x--i-^uuovx ^.. w.™ 7-. „^. _„rt --n certain coiintles in the 
of Florida, Texas, Loulsiai.a '^^^-^^^"v/r son, lanoocl:. 
State of :'-i-^^if :PP^' !°J;^^^ ce?ta?n' oo-:mties in the State of 
Pearl Klver and ^eor^je; a.id -f* ^^'^^J-a-.d ■.•ohile; and in a 
Alabar^, to ;vit : Jeiferson, ^^iJ^J;^.^^^^..:^.^.^^!' charlton; all 
certain' county ^n the Jt^to oi .cor^.a, .0 ..t .^^C ^^^^,_^^^^ 

of^:^^^ ?li'2f .^J.n.S"'turer;1'.:oo'irhltata3) az.d,parts_ 



drav.'s :_nd. 



Streof and s.oet :>oie,?„;-?V^lr J^ Ifi 5-;;, 
slips, ail 
yams ( Dio 
potato we 

„n- T-".HExyE. It is declared necessar;-, i^.^;'??^ ^° 
P.event"?h^ I^^^S^^c^Lon of said -oct^ pot.to ^^^^^ 
Cal, forr.ia, that a q'^^rantir-e be an^ t.-e sa.^e ^^ ^^ 
established at tne boundaries ^t .^-^J^f^^^^gSigb of the political 
accorda .ce -^^^'^/^^^^t^l^l ^f^l^^d potato 

coda of t:ie State of ^alifoi - ia a^a ^ ( lpo..oea 

weevil ( Cylas forrnlcarius,^ Fab. ), «^^^^/"^nts, vines,"' Uttlnss, 
batatas )-T;^part3 t.iereui, S';?^^, -'3 ( luo loea a.: Convolvulus spp.) 
■ draws a id slips, a:.u ■^■^^f^^^t^-l^ i ' A od" or br^nT^rTrJHTall 
and ya:.s (^ioo^liiea ^^P' >' /5^??^f ^tatea^ ar.d no such plants or 
st.tes auci distr^cHs of ^^ ^, ^^-^^^t^Stted to pass over the 

and slips, anc ^ ■"^=^- - S;^oi ies Upoiaoe packeci or stored 
and yarns (Dioscorea spp.) that ^^J^^^^^J^^, "^t^^ited entry into 
m the said iniesred ^erritor are nore ^ p articles as 
Califorr.ia for any P;r5>°^^;:;-^^J?^;"arSvins^in California from 
prohibited |-*^J^ ,^?,*^il,Jf icfii'^Se SSltely sent oat of t.^ 
T.tlor Jestroycd':rihription and expense of the cvner or 
owners, Viis or their responsible asen-.s. 



Regulation 2. Sweet potato tubers ( Ipomoea batataa) 
and oarts thereof, "and sweet potato plants, vlnea, cuttings, 
draws and slips, and i-ains (Dioscorea spp.) tK---t hnve not been 
Krow-n. pacV:ed or stored in tl.c aula infested territory will 
be admitted Into California only upon compliance with the 
following; conditions : 

Each and every lot or shlpmont of .aterlal admissible 
under this regulation shall bear an olllcial certificate signed 
bY the duly authorized inspection official of the state in 
which sarr.e originates establishing the fact that all the 
iraterial contained in the lot or 8hl;.ment wasgrov-Ti, packed 
and stored in a dist ict free from sweet potato weevil. Such 
certificate slrnll state the nuir.ber of packages in the shipment, 
"here grown, the nair.e and rddress of the grower, the na:ne and 
adSrest of the shipper, the .olnt of shipment, the terniinal 
Doint of de ivery and the nan:e and address of the consignee. 
A C007 of such certificate shall be mailed by shipper, in 
advance of shiprient to the Director oi .agriculture, Gacran^ento, 
Caiiforr-la. An- and all lots or ship:aents of tne articles 
eniaerated in this regulation arriving In California --thout 
the certificate as provided for shall be l:.-...ediately sent cut 
of the state or destroyed at the option and expense of tne 
o\7ner or ov/nors, his or their responsible agents. 

The admissibility into the State of California of any 
article or co/^iouit-r covered by tne foregoing regulations shall be 
further subject to the provisions of any other quarantine rules 
or regulations nor in force or wiiich i::ay hereafter be promulgated. 

All deputies of the Director of Agriculture and all state 
qu'-rantine guardians are heret:. empowered to enforce all tne 
provisions of t'lis ^rder. 

This Revised Cuarantir.e order No. 9 supersedes Quarantine 
Order No'. 9 {litt^ Scries) dated .Varch 9, 19Z7, and shall take 
effect imiaediately. 




T51rector oi Agriculture 




APPROVED* \l/iiy^ "" I/^^AjQ^ ■ 

Sovernor olttne State of Caiiromla 



VVne £i 



ISGIED: 



March 12. IS 10 






'740 

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LEE A Strong 

ASS S'ANT Z- REC-0« 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 



(New Series - Revised) f^'^'JJ^ySL />^ 






QUARANTINL ORDr.R NO. 14 
(New Series - Revised) 
Pertaining to Downy Mlldsw of the Ho|^ 
Effective on and after July 11, 193' 

\VHEREAS, The faot has been determined by th« 
Director f Agriculture that a dangerous plant isease known ^ 
as the downy mildew of the hop i Pseudoperonoapora hurlli) , 
not knov.'n to occur in the State of Calirornla, exists In 
several states of the United States, and that hop sets or 
roots are liable to be carriers of ti.ls disease? 

NO'., THLREfORli, It is declared ..©oessary, in order 
to prevent the introduction of tne downy ;-Aldew of the -.op 
(Pseudooeronospora hu-J-li ) Into the State of California, tnat 
a ' quaranrine h%;" l r vTTKr%fL- >e is hereby established at the 
boundaries of t>.e Ft; te of California in accordance with the 
provisions of section 2319b of the Political Code of tha 
State of California, againlt ail varieties and species of 
hop sets, boo roots or hop cuttings Imported, shipped or 
brought from" Canada or from any and all states and districts 
of the United States, and no hop sets, hop roots, or hop 
cuttings from the aforementioned area siiall be pei^tted to 
pass over the said quarantine lines so hereby established and 
proclaimed. 

Any and a 1 varieties and species of hop sets, hop 
r.ots or hop euttin^is arriving in California from Canada or 
from any state or district of the United States shall be 
refused admittance into the State of California and sliall b« 
iBBnediately sent out of the state or destroyed at the option 
and expense of the owner or ov.-ners, ills or their responsible 
agents. 

All de outies of the Director of Agriculture and all 
quarantine guardians are hereby empowered to enforce all thm 
provisions of t';:is order. 

The foregoing does not apply to the experiments of 
the United States Dept'.rt.nent of Agriculture In the ftate of 
California, 

This order shall supersede Quarantine Order No. 14 




• 2 • 



(H«w S«rl««) issued January SI, 1930, and .hall tak« affaot 
Inunadlatalj* 




Blraotor or Agriculture , 



APPROVED: 



Governor of the Sttfte or caiirornn 

iy 



ISSUED: 



739 

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SUiA>t3-^'7^^ 



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Att;tHDME!^T liO. 1 To <)UAi Ah'xlNE ORDiJR >*u. "ft^^^^ ^^UiV^ 
(ll«w Series •> Revised) 
Pertaining to Alfalfa V/eevil 
Effeotive on and after June 20, 193O 

Until March 1, 1931« that portion of the oounty of 

Lyon, 3t.'5te of :<ev.ida, I'/ln^ ^louta of th& uoi'tliorn uoundary of 
tov.nship thirtteii north, and wont of tue eaateru bovmdary of 
range twontj-four east, a:;d icnoju aa tlie Saiiti* Vaxloy, is 
•xempt fro.E th« proviiions of ".uaraitx-i© order No» 7 (i.ew 
eries - Revised), pi-ovided t'lat any and all s ipintnta of 
co!irr.o-Jlti'j3 la-^rsnt-l icd against by vjuaraiitine Order No, 7 
(oievf Series - Uev-aed), anU ofrvii>ed for entry into (jaj.ifornla 
from that portion of t.e county of Lyon, State of UevaUa, lying 
south of the northern bouidarj of towasiiip "Ciiirteeu north, and w 
west of bhe eastern boundary- of rai)ge tweaty-foui' eust, and 
known aa the wsiith Valley, ~ust b& aocoi^punied uy a oertifi- 
cate 3lt:,n©d by t *c State ^luaran-liic officer of Nevada or by 
a duly authorized deputy of the 3tt.te 'iuarantiiie jffioer of 
i^evada, seCwi/.ci ±octi\ tl.e exact lociiiiwi jfliere ul.a ooiomodity 
wcs ijron, jriere stored ix atorod, tie na.r»e aad address of 
the producer, the nonie arid address of tl^e shipper aaid tlia 
na:ne and address of the person or fir:u in California to -.vhoa 
the GomLiiOdi. ij is ionai^ied, A copy of each certificate siiall 
be niailed in advance of u.;iip.iiou£ to the Director of Agricxilture, 
Sacra. :.ento, California, 



Quarantine Orier No. 7 (He'jr 
) is aj^iended accv^i'diiii^ly. 



'eries - iicvised, effective 




Director of'iigriculuui'e. 



APPKOVED: 



ti^overnor or tiie StMie of Cailfornii 



IS??IIED| 



June 20. 1S30 



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G H HECKE 




Lec a Strong 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACHAMENTO 

QUARANTINE ORDER NO. 7 (Nev Series) 
(nth Regulations - Revised) 
Pertaining to Alfalfa 7/eevil. 

Effective on and after June 20, 1930. 






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VFEEREAS, The fact has been determined by the Dlreotor 
of Agriculture that an irisect injurious to alfalfa and other forage 
and cover crops, known as alfalfa weevil { Phy tononrua posticua, 
Ojll.) not heretofore t^enerally prevalent or distributed in the 
St. fce of California, exists In the states of Utah, Idaho and 
Wyoming, and in certain oormtlea in the state of Colorado, to wit: 
Delta, Gunnison, Vontroac, Moffat, Routt, Rio Blanco, Otiray, l^'esa 
and Qurfleld; and In certain counties in the state of Nevada, to 
wit: "/hlte Pine, '"ashoe, Storey, Oi^iaby, Porsning, Lyon, Churchill, 
Mineral, Lincoln, Hxmboldt, Llko and Douglas; and in certain 
counties in the state of Oregon, to wit: Malheur, Baker, Union 
and Jackson, and in a certain coxmty In the state of Nebraska, to 
wit: Sioux; all of wiiich beinj hereinafter designated as Infested 
territory, and that alfalfa hay and other hay and cereal straw, 
alfalfa :neal, alfalfa seed, salt grass packing, baggage, emigra; t 
r.ovables, househola effeo«a, household implements, camping effects, 
camping lmple.:ents, live stock, potatoes, nurserj stocky used 
alfalfa .-neal milling ciachinery, and all machinery, iraplenents, 
bags and other containers that have been used in the milling, 
baling, harvest in^^ or tiireshing of alfalfa; railroad cjirs, auto- 
niobiles, automobile trailers, rucks, and other vehicles are 
liable to be carriers of said alfali'a weevil into territories 
otherwise free fr>m tills pest. 

N0\"", Tin.REFoRE, It is declared necessary, in order to 
prevent the further introduction of suid alfalfa weevil into th« 
State of Calif or; la, that a quarantine be and the sar.e is hereby 
established at the boundaries of tl.e State of California, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of section 2319b of the Political 
Code of the State of California against said^alfalf a weevil, all 
alfalfa hay end other hay and cereal straw, alfalfa i.ieal, alfalfa 
seed, salt grass packing, bag^^age, emigrant movables, household 
effects, houaeiiold implcr.cnts, car.pi..^ el'iects, can.ping implements, 
li\e stock, potatoes, nursery stock, used alfalla real milling 
-achinery, and all n.achinery, imple:.<nta, ba.,s anc other containers 
that have been used in the mlllin ;, balin,:, ai.rvesting or thresh- 
ing of alfalfa; railroad oars, automobiles, automobile trailers. 



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trucl:» and other vehicloa imported, shipped, brought or otheirwiae 
Jioved from oaid infested teirritory, aund no such articles, uatorials 
or veliicles aa qu;.rantlned ugainat in tiiia ord«r shall be perndtted 
to paaa over the aaid qwiarantine linea eo hereby eatabliahed and 
proclaiiLed, excopt under and subject to the following regulations: 

h emulation 1, Alit.lia hay anc other riay and cereal atrav/ 
anc^ all'ulx'a ...cai, except t-s hcreir. yrcvit eel, tlrii.t as teev ;,rown, 
txmiu'actured or stored in the aaid infested toriitory is lerelj 
pxnjhibiLed fr^m. entcriUt; the rttte of Calliornia for* any purpose 
v.i^tcocver, aJid upon the arrival oi any uuch litj or atratr or* i.-eal 
as qufc^rantii.ed against in tiiia order, the aaii.e sl^all be imii.edi;-tely 
sent out of ti.e atate or destroyed at ti'e opcion and expenise of the 
ov.iier o- owners, hia or their reaponaible agents. 

Alf Ifa eal or mixed n.c-al which containa alfalfa rceal 
will be adtJ.tted into the Ctatc of Ca-ifornia frou the said In- 
fested territory i:roa Killa wlUch are approved in writing by the 
Director of Agriculture us bcin^^ 30 conati^jcted and operated aa 
to conform, to adequate asifesuard requireii.tnts for the prevention 
of ulfclfa weovil infeatat^or.a o. co:.taEiinution of the* alfulfu 
E©al, Such a provals b^ the Director of Agriculture a all specify, 
in the caao of each mill, wlxt.er auch ahipiat uus are liirj-ted to 
the period -.ovec^ber 1 to i arch 31 or whether auch ahipmenta can 
be »..i.de during the entire jOkr, the deten.inatl-n of the period 
during w:.ich alfulfa meal slilpmenta iimy be made to tJila state, 
•hall, in the caae of each ..JLll, be contingent upon the installation 
and uaeof protective pleasures in accordance witli plans atiproved 
by the lirector of Agriculture. Year- round ahlpir.enta will be 
admitted only from those :.ills ;jhich u.ve installed protective 
ceaaures aj^proved by the Director of Agriculture aa adequate to 
prevent weevil conta^dnation of the aacked eal or the cara 
Utxrine; the period April 1 to uotober 31 when the weevil is active; 
provided, further, that all alfalfa :;ioal .-laist be shlp.-od in new 
or reclear.cd burlap ba,3B and loaded in tight railroad' cars which 
are free from alfalfa hay, other nay and cereal atra^ and w ich 
have not beon uaod in carrying alfalfa hay to the mill; provided, 
lurt ler, that each ahipi.ent of alfalfa int.al, aa above, must bo 



accompanied by a certif ica 
of t:e state in w .ich 
the fact that all the 
•ac>ed and ahipped in 
ruch certificate 7.UGt 
ill wliich manufactured 
Importer in California, 



ned by a stiite i.:8;.ection official 
t e alfalfa meal originutea, eatabllshlng 
alf 1 Ifa rr.eal in the ship.ent has been rJ.lled, 
c-Ccordance with the above requirements. 
also sti.te the name and location of the 
the nroduct, the name and addreaa of the 
the amount of the importation, the number 



and initials of the car containing the shipment and the date on 
which tae ulf-.lfa meal waa :Tiilled, sacked and ahipped. A copy of 
the certificate muat be mailed at time of ahipi.ient to the Director 
of Agriculture, Sacraa-ento, California. Any a: proval granted by 



th« Director of A^ioulturo to any mill covering tae siiipment of 
alf!lfa *^al from that .All. aa provided above, may be revoked 
Sy Km tt any tii..e he la convinced that auch mill is not ..oet^ng 
adequate 8i..fecu:-rd ;nfca3ures. 

Owing to trie fact that the only nouroe of supply of 
fodder for ani:riul3 in certain mountain and desert co- rruni^ioa 
in California near the California-Nevada border durlg the 
greater portion of the .year i^i Duu„lu6 Coun.,, '^evaua. a^*^ 
f'irt>^or based upon the fact t>>at the admission of hay ur 'traw 
to t":c8; co^^'.ities for con.u:uption there -^^^/^■^^J^''^^'^^'' 
w- evil rr-mnce to the .If-lfs 3rowln3 sections of California, 
aifr.lfa ha^ and other hay a-A cereol strww r,rov^. ^"^.Jrvi. !^ 
Countv. Nevada, nnd Intended for feed for animals will ^e «d- 
l^TA\nlo only those portio..s of Alpine, El ^^-I'-^J «^^^;"^^ 
counties which the Director of Agriculture is satisfied meets 
?r.bove condition.; provided each such --JP^^^^.^Jf ^^J^^?^' "'^ 
by a certificate signed by the ftate ounrantine Off -Cer of 
Hcv-da or hi? duly authorizon deputy, aettln,- forth the exact 
locolity where the co-nnodity was grown, w'^ere stored, if storea, 
the na:ie ana address of f e - oducer. the na.e and address of 
the shipper, and tne name and adaress of the Person or flrr. zo 
whon thi co.^odity is consi^^^cd. Persons con-enplstlns ^-^e 
importing or brin.-ing from Douglas County, i«evada, into portions 
o? ^Hlpl HI Dorado and Inyo counties of the Str.te of Cnlilornia 
of alfalfa nay or other hay or cereal straw s^All first secure 
a p-r n fro/the Director of Afiriculture. Application for such 
pemit'niust be made in writing a: d rrrust specify 'he name and 
Address of the .grower in Tou^Aas County, Nevada the kind and 
quantity of hay or straw rn.ich it is desired to import, toe Purpose 
for v»hioh it is intended, the destination of aaiae ^^^^^ State of 
California, the name and address of the importer, and such applica- 
tion ^rtust be accomDanied by a sworn state.i^ent .T.ade in duplicate 
by the person or persons applying for such permit In accordance 
with the follov/in^ form: 

State of. ..•••• ••) 

County of •) 

I herebv solemnly promise and swear thjit the .......... 

(Kind 

t ,...««««« ♦»i«4««« «•• tfor v/iiich I liave applied to the Director of 

and qoftnti-ty of 'lay) 

Acriculturo for permit to import from 

*^ (Naiie of shipper) 

will be transported or shipped by 

*(Addres8*of*»Mpper) (Kind 
.......,, , direct from to 

* w«x«ZtI\ Cv.'heie now stored) 

,...!.. ^7. 1 for feed for animals at that point and tVi^t no 

nor tlon^of^ such shipment or lot of hay or straw so imported or 
brought will be taken to any other destination nor used for any 
other purpose except that indicated above and that any wagon, 
automobile or other vehicle used to transport auch hay or straw 



at 



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will be thoroui^iay cleaned of all such hay or straw inuiediately 
the lot or Ex:ip;aent is unloaded at destination. 



( Cranorter) 



a i^obarj' 



to beroiv 
State o£ 
tills da, of ,, 



Eubaoribod a h1 a'^orri 
lublic in and for tiie 



Calixornia, 



county 
19.... 



or 



ttf coinrnlsslon expires 



notary Public 
19 



Any lot or shipjseati of alfalfa liay or cereal straw arrlv- 
ixi'T m California not accoxof.nl-d by the required official certi- 
ficate of orieiin and/or covering which a pe.mit has no c been 
issued by Che rirector of A,-riculture as herewith provided for, 
or otherwise not complying v/xth tse provisio^is of tnis qaara-itl:.e, 
•hall be refused admittance into the State oi California and the 
same shall be tnmodiately saipped out uf the sUte ui- ^ea^royea at 
the option snd expense -.f t^ e ov.ner or o*-ner8, ^J-s or their 
responsible agents. 

Regulation 2. The r^aterial known locally in the State 
of Utah as "salt' ^ras" yucK-iag" shall oe oUioued into t..c Cwu-e 
of California, provided that each shlprrjent of salt tsraas packing 
is acconipanied by ar. oliicial certificate ai^^cd by the crop post 
inspector of t.-e State of Utah, setting forta that all of the 
following requirements iiave been ooiapliea witn, to »lt: 1™« J-^' 
irater^al in the shipment was cut between the dates of October 1 
ar-' April 1: tha; the raking, shockin,^, etac Lln^;, baling or shipping 
of this mt4rial was not allorjed until the laaxiuni:.-! dally temperature 
of the season ^*a fallen below sixty degrees Fahrenheit, and that 
none of the u-aterial in tae shipment :aad boon lielu in t..e ilela 
from one season to another. All shlpinents of salt ijrass packing 
fr-n t e -t te o^ Utah not accompanied by certificates as uerewltn 
oroVldod lor. shall be refused e^iinittanoe into the State of Cali- 
fornia, and t:^ sar.e shall ce iiunediately sent out of tr.e state or 
destroyed at the option and expense of t.ie c vnt-r or ov-.era, Ixis 
or their responsible rgerxts. 

The use of such salt grass as a packing ir^terlal in f^^P' 
ments of fruits, crockery and other -naterlal shall be P^^^tted, 
p.ovided it has been cut a.d removed from the field between -ctober 
1 .^-ci April 1. as above soecified. and stored in wirehouses renote 
from Elfalfa fields, alfalfa liay or otlier suspected materials. 



L^orted or bions^t from ^'t^ttlflo^e sS 1 e.tabli.b the fact 
Srte of California. Such certificate eha^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ 

t>.- t all poir^toea in the s ip-ent ^-a^«^ placed in rie^ or re- 
Imir^ai.teiy prior to 1°-^^';^^^^^ ..^.t ?^^' f ree frr- -.If^^lf^ ^--7 

or ofaer hay or cere^.l "t^^.^^j^^.^^^nr o.ri.. inaoion aft-.r -oelnj 
been tai.cn io vi-evc^^t *''];;'* ^'U infested territory not ac- 
gcrecned. All P^^^.^^^f ^f f; f'l^t.i?' oiovided for or otvart^ise 
conp-ni.cl j7„<^'^^^^^.^f:Sove reqairements shall be retu.ed aa- 
uct -^••^Plyi^-6 *^*\^-?*of California, a^.d t e s e s -ail oe 
n-dttcnce into -.^.e bu.te ^f /^i^^^'^^; destroyed at tHe option and 
iSt'«e'o?tret-- o'r r^fsf hie or tneir responsible .sent.. 

^^£^i^^-^^^iLnrSoSSt°i^rin:\?:?fofoaii. 

ferric from t.-.e said xnlested ^J^^^f^J ^^. ,j,^^,, ..iuaolc pac^i.i^ 

(except tule, hry or 't^aw). »U J^J^J^J^^i^.^a. not free iru^ 
a-.u 3t' er plaata as enunciated J;V^^* ^JfZ^g ^11 be ref^ased 
Soil or *^.e. packed >ith oule ^*|f.^J^f^^ Varolii oe i^-ciiacely 
L^A^tance into ^^;%f ^^^ittroii'^t thc'^tion and expense of 
VT^^^r^^^^^^ ^^^^ responsibl. a.ents. 

^S«4^^^:in^?i;"inaifiS3?Sr?erKt!^J;:^^^ 

person or persons onlecs f ];-:' "V. J"* n^r o- shipper in accordtmce 
,t te.-.eiit made in dupll-^ate °i ^^^^^ I'^Jv^ ..m be f^ornished to 
"th t-e follo.ins.roi.^», on ^^jJ^J^^^^t-i state in which the 

applicants by the ^"»P«f ^J^^.^^^ dupiioates d«slsn:>ted as copy 
.llpment originates, one of such dupxi^^^^^^^ Saoraa.ento. 

NO. 1 to be nu.lled to .ne ^^'^^JJ^'^^J -Lifltes designated as copy 
r'2°tS'S; dclivereftTthe ^'I^'.n jar rier agent, with a special 
No. ^ to oe "^^■^' , ^ nttfjch to the way bill: 
certificate a pcnded, to atteci 



) 3S. 
.) 



State of 

Coiuity ^f 

alli/ered to Cvie ... 'T''**^! (station) 

^^ *.!!"n!!l ooa.tltuU.>s (1." t.-n) a carload 

""(Month, day, year) ^^ ^^ shipped 

"^4r;;;i;:d';;u;'iAiu;ira;rUr'n^^^^ ^,^ 

to • :*'Iir** * (Destination) 

(Maine of consltaneej 



^ that no alfalf* «e«d, 

(Oivo'inltlals of otiicr line*) , , ^ , ^v v. ^^> 

nuraor- ctocl- ve^ietablea or fruit Is included In the shlp-<«nt 
ard thit no ; ay. straw or ^aln la Included for packing -iiaUrial 
or any purcose except as f od neceasari for live stock in transit 
to tiie California state li.:e; tixat the ai.lpj^fcnc it nuiae up ci toe 
follov/ing: 

"ou"' hoi'' 'T ^^"t fTi. i''''pler'e''it*, too"'s, harness, farm 
frcgcne, Eul'on.^bile"( draw's line txirough ite.rs not ir.claded), siand* 

of beei. live stock f©€"<5 f-r anLi.^ls in 

(Jpecifj ) 

traiT^lt .•••••••••*••••••• ••••••••••••• sr^d ••••••••••••••••••• 

( specif ;t i'in-8 anc, s. ouxit of each) (Specif 5 c-n^ Ateaa 

not 'included* in previoue classification) 



(snipper 01 owner) 

•"ubtcrlbed and st'orn to before -e ••• .....»••• » 

notarv public in : :id for the state :f county 

of ..'. tills day of 



19..,. 



Notery Public. 



19. 



My comnisuion expires 

This si)ecial certificate from tl e owner or sLipper' to be 
appended to copy' i;o. 2 slirll te in nccjrdsrce -dth the folloring 
f om: 

I hereby agree to observe explicitly the requlremonto of 
the California Quarantine Order Ko. 7 with regard to hay, straw, 
or OTain (included as stock feed for use before reaching the Cali- 
fornia state line), household and a^-xicultu: al eiaigrEnt movables 
and other c.Kterlals, one hereby certify that I hP.ve ^ Hod this 
da;? one cony of the foregoin,! affidavit to the Director of Agri- 
culture, Saeraraento, California, 



( Signatiure ) 

Upon the arrival at any ccOTrion carrier station of any 
8hl'^:.icnt of the urticles cnuncrated in tils reG--ilt-tlor., ruch 
BhlpiTient ahall bo hold intact until the Director o^/Sficu}^^^'^«. 
lilB deputy oi' deputies or t:.e qunrcntinc juard_tin of tV.e d. strict 
or cour.ty in whicn such ahip::,ent is received, ..a* been notified ana 
ri certificate of release issued. 

R egulation 6. It shell be the duty of all co.-i.on carriers 
to clean anc3 free 01' alfulfa hay ar.d other hay and cereal "traw, 
all oars that heve been used in the transportation of live stock 



If nr. hnv I. Id other ha^ and cereal straw, in or throu^ any 
•hall be lironedlateiy placed in ^\l^^*'^V-"f^^°J^Ti^e Xar' ip^^^ 

a arovlaians oi 



rested terrivjry s^all be dv. _ . .- — -- 

ifiLted territory and 3;..all^l:e-«.WU...l^.^ 

tM3 or-^er unless sccvzp-^ni- . -i, ;*' ""^ "^ ..._ -t i-- w'.ui-e -lie 
St an agricultural ln..oo«=n official or .^«.t^.«^-l«^ ^^ 

i^'i |^°J.°:?f .«r:i'irr;on!5ni«;.<i ..mtory and ..ttlug for«. 
the locality of or i. fir. 

Retmlp^lon. 7. 'Jscd elfr.lfa meal nsillin^ ^nchlnery 
.„a ot.e. ilfS^^c -.xe^nt. t^.t^«^»..^,-J?^-,- 

^lUi.' into t"^" ^'t^- C^^'^^ri irriSS.Je^-f.t""""""""" 
J^eS?ia.l^i^.'l^i;ty^,r'^^ |«^.J.,-a.e^of^ 

h«ve been cleaned and ^^-iSl\^ *«^ •J^^^^^I'^i^lJ of iSndgftlon. and 
b«ln,'. loaded for shipment, f %e;^?^,5tation o? thT nfjLp..ent covered 

agent • 



8 

b«an doters^-lnad b 

weevil • 



inspection that tto 3».n. l> free from alf..lf» 






iiouaohold 

^m iaploju 

effects. Y^usehoid i^^-!f ^^^^^ft^ia'';;;!!;:.^.;^ imported or 

U3ed fanring i!^^Plj^^?!%f 5^^i?^?nla b? otber than oonur.on carrier 

trcught into ^ '^J, ^^*!%°t.xa iSoatSd territory 3:mix "^e plaoed 
transportation iroffi-.^esaxainioB ^^^^ ^^^,^^^,, ^^ 

Xn o;a.rant.ne 07 ^^^^ f ^^°J^T^%f 'fjrd.s^r.ot or count;: xn.:o 
de:?uties or quarantine guar^^- oa broutnt until It T r been 
which av.ch ^rticMes ^J« ^?f°f ^^.^Z J^f Joo Trua alfalia weevil. 
deterxined by inspection U-ur^ aa-nc arc iroo 

Cailfornia-TfcnTT^aTrrd -aested terr^ 

seed. 

,r.ust b. hold by eo-nion f-^^^'' '^j'^'S-^VSireotor of Asrtouiwr., 
?Li:p;tror^'."u»for 'W' a "l/-'>'""«* ^•■'--"™ «''"'''-""• 
T,>. .--^"ibilUT into t.. Stat, ot O»^^«orni. of, .n, 

article or oon.,K.dity <=?7"^l:iLlon. j' SsSthtr quara-itin« ral.. 

.ntl../rJi.^"^t"»^/.^'*^="'°'»^^^^^^^^^ 
sions ol tbis order. 

This Revised uarrntine Order Ho. 7 lf'>ll^*\l*l^'^A 
Quarantine order No. 7 (;-/-Jj;> J^^^thiS llL.^lff'.oV is.:^.^1^-t.lj . 
Julj 11. 1»29, and August 21, 192«, ana snaxj. 




Xgrlcuitur*. 



^^««^' - (lovernorol Ue^iste^^ CaiWu.a. 



IS'OTT)! 



,TM^P 20. 19?: 



inspection that the 3a..e is free from alf.lfa w 



8 

b«en deter-TAnsd b 
weevil. 

H>^a.ion 9. Ba|..Se^;?i;^-t -varies hou.^ 
effects, househoici'^DnplGrrients, cmrpino 8ii« , -r^ortod or 

used faU:^ ^;^P^|rf.%f ca'i^ornfa b^ ot?er tSan eom-..on carrier 

brought into rhe ^-^^-^^^.^^^^^^afegd territ;.r7 3:iuix oc placed 
cra..3portatlon from ...e sa.a inxo3^aa ^^^^ ^^.^,^^^,^ ^^^ 

deputies or l^^^^^^^-^'^t.^^otS'-or^blcuf't until it •^.^s been 
SiS-.K:S r-P-tiL^^r^f :a:^^a5e f^oo fr.. alfalfa .oev.l. 

Re;^l-^tton 10. Alfalfa seed will ^^-^^^^^ 
California-Tfonrpr^airrd iniested terr t^ ^^^^ 

iSe'l^Jr^inrSrlir^irrpJoduors TtLr tW reoleaned alfalfa 

seed. 

must b. held by ecnnion f^!^^'' ;j;!d b-> tlw director or Asrio^nf'i-". 
?I.i:i:tr-^e?S^ttr.for^W- a'"?,'IuLlrl«d ranrantln. guardian. 

I,. ad„i==lbilltT into t.. State o; CaJ^ornia^of, an, 
article or oom.Kjaitj '=»y«'^„"^.^S*/ ^"S, Sther qucrantlne rule, 
rr S^ratl-o-S-nS* tn liJcrrr^^iH »,^lre„ner\. .ro^l,at,d. 

^ i -^.^.nf-rxv nf Aarleulture ana all quar- 

siona of tfcJ.« order. 

This Reviaed uarrntine Order Ho. 7 lf>^lllt^\l*''^^^ 
Ouarantine'Sder No. ^ JJ- Serie.) dated May «J^.^2|?;«ri»n.diat.ly. 
Juli 11» 1»29, and Auguat 31, l^w, ana J^-^* 



Agrlcuitura. 



^P«°^' ■ Oovernor ol Ue Siai^e ^x Oaiiioxuxa. 

1^ Si 



ISSUED: 



^ TMne 20. i;; 



i 



4 



f/uo 



itJJlA'atijLiW- 






^7 . 







G H Heche 




LEE A Strong 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



SACRAMENTO ■hU'J s, ., (930 

tMASK C JOkfOAN 

QUAH.MITINY OiiDER NO. 10 (New Series ) ^ ^^numofsuTi 

(V71th Regulations - Revised) "^"^ 

Portalnln,' tc Citrus ■■.'hlte Flies 
Effoctivo or IV d after 






■TIERE/.S- The fact has beon detemlned by tlie Director 
of i%^rlcultm'o tl.at an i: sect known as Di^leurooes cTti-'.'olii 
'Korean, in.liArlouo to citruo trees tuid ciirus plants" "arclsts lA 
the St^.te of r'loi'lda: ar.d t! f.t cji Inrect ki^on\ :-g c'tx-u. v,Mte 
fly ? Miilcu:-ce3 rM:ri . '.ch .). irjva^louo to ci'.rus trees, citrus 
plan.,.c, and ct\or trooa ,'^-id rlaiits e.xlsts in tlie at. tos of 
Ar ..-^isas, Tor^nesaoo, Ilorth Ci-roli:it , Couth Cu.noiir:u, acor-iu. 
I'lorida, /.laba.-:!.';, ::isols3ip;.i, Louisiana, ai :! Texus! -11 of 
wnich^are included in a:id I.ereiruJ'ter referred to as t::o infested 
terriocry; and that certain rxu-sory stock, trees, plr^nls. shrubs 
and vines 'lerciraf tor cpoclfied, tire } nov/n hosts or food lants 
or possible carriers of tic c.bove -ontioned i':soctc. 



ary in order to 
cf CnUfomia of 



?TO^V, TTIEREi'OHE, It is doclured x^eces 
prevent the further introduction into tie Ct-tc 

Di.Jcurodes cltrifolii, r^rd pialeurodes citri. V^t c quarantine 
De end t]:e sa-o is : ereby es r^.bJishod u t "t!.e 'b ounf'c^-'i 
State of Crilifomia in acrorda.rce with the rrcvi sio-^- of 
2310b of t'lo I'olitlc^l Cede of t; e * ~ 

c 



of the 

- - i -^-^ w* Jection 

3tr.te of CaZifornic against 



--7>^,:- -^ '- ^--'^ '-'^ *-■ e ..M.rx;e oi uaJirornic against 

sai<n.n til eur odes cltrifclii . and ri:aet:r.-de3 cltrl . ard amirst all 
leremarter socciriod n^orsery stock, tree-^T^TWc. shrubs. 



brsucht 



into 



no 



the ^ 

vi-es r-r.d cutl l:\-s thorc"f, inrjortod,^ shinned cr 

the State of Calif ornie. fro-- tlie suld infested territory, and 

Diuleurodos cltrifolii or ri:.lourodes citri . r..-.d no such nursery 

8-.;oc]£, trees, plants, sh-i-aDc. vines, or"curtinG8 thereof, as 

quart ntined against in this order, shall be oerr.lttod to pass 

ovor t!ie said quarantl- o lines so hereby established and "proclained. 



ovor 
exco 



.V, o»^u. vi«.cAi oiicj. o ^xiifa ao iiereuy estaDiishod a 
under and subject to the fcllov;lr^ re-alations: 



Reculation 
pl.'ints, sliruOs, vines 



1. All the 

;tir^Ts 



:'ollowinc nu:i^sery stock, trees, 
theraof as jpcclfled in triis 



ro-ula^ion, hosts or food pi nto of Dlaleurodos ""cltrifolii or 
Dialeurodes citri. and any other thai -ay liereu fter be dec lared 



host, -ro hereby prohibited enti-y into" the' 
frcx-i the said i-^jfested territory: 



State 



of California 



All an thus altlsalrna (Troo of Heavon) 

Alla.-'ian^ nerllfolTa (Allasnanda) 

Chols^ra iernata (•■'exlcan orange) 

Citrus 3?p. (Orange. lc';on, citron, crapefrxiit, kunquat. 

tangerine and all other srteclos cultivated In A^^orlca ) , 
Coffea 3p::>. (Coffee) 
Dloapyrofl Kakl (Japanese Perslranon) 
Dloapyros vlr^'^jln.lana (Cannon Persirtion) 

5ay3'onla ''3^'). (Cape jaa Ine, Cape jessanine or Gea*denia) 
Heclera '"clix (Enciiah Ivy) 
LifOistrwa spp. (Privets) 

?.*olia sop. (China Tree or China Berry, Texas Umbrella, 
— Prido' of India) 

Os santhua anericanus ( .lid Olive or Devll.vood) 
T^o'fcini'a L j-jut ifol la (Toyon C'lristnas Berry) 

-oose'oeri'y, '"oat I ndi'i gooae- 



T'hyllanFhua acl3us [ Zt a'l o 1 1 e 
f;o-rT, ^i'-il^lin:-} 



?ranu3 c rollnla-ia (''oc': orange) 

Sov^'rTnla DuxrorTa (SovorlnlaT 

Snllax sop. (Greon'oriors ) 

Thea sinensis (Tea Plant) 

gonthcScylun cleva-'HercraliG (Pepper wood. Prickly 



■ah) 



Renulation 2, .'J.1 the followlns nursery stock, trees, 
plants, shrubs, '7ir.es ~r cuttin^.a thereof, as apecif iod in this 
regulation, posnible Crrriera, v;hen in follase, of pir.lourodea 
cltrlfolii or Dial eur odes cltrl, are hereby prohibit e<l entry 
Into the ^'tate of flnllfon-.la frori the said infested teri^ltory 
unless sa-ie hcvo been completoly defoliated at point of origin: 

Cepholanthus occidctalis (Button Bush) 

rflnna-'.omm sop. (Ca.nphor x'reo, Cinnojv n Tree, Casaiti Bark 

Tree, Cassia I'lower Tree) 
Ilex 3pp. (I^llsh, /inerlcan and all other nolly) 
isninisn app, ( Jeaaninino, Jasnlne) 



Lageratroenila sop. (Crape "lyrtle) 
Launia nobllla (Grecian Laurel or 
Lonlcera spp. (Honey suckle) 
Saplndus spp. (Soapberry, V.lld China 
Syrlnf^g 'spp. (Lilacs) 



Sweet Bay) 
Tree) 



Re.fTulciticMi 3. All nlilfinonta or lots of nursery stock, 
treea, shrubs, vines, 5l"i-3 or cuttings, pomltted entry under 
Regulr.tion 2 hereof, must be held by coraaon carrier agents 
at point of ('•^stination and not delivered to consignee or agent 
until inspected and released by the Director of /.grlcultiire, hla 
deputy or deputiea, or by a diily authorized State Quarantine 
Guardian. 



Ref^latlon A, Any and all shlprnents of nursery stock, 
trees, plant a, shrubs, "vines oi* cuttings thereof, arriving in 
the State of California f ro" - the said infested territory in 
violation of or not fiilly complying with all the provisions of 
this quarantine, shall be iirt ediutely shipped out of the state 
or destroyed at the option and ex ense of the owner or owners, 
his or their resi'onsible acents. 

The adaissibility fror: the said infested territory, 
into the State of Calif oimia of ai^ nursery stock, trees, plants, 
sJirubs, vines or cut tines thereof, as covered by the foregoing 
regulations, shall bo further subject to the provisions of any 
otlier quarantine order, rules ot regulations now in force or 
wJilch .lay hereafter be proimLgated, 

All deputies of tlie Director of Agriculture and all 
Quarantine Guardians are horooy onpov;ored to carry out all th« 
provisions of this order. 

Tlois Revised :uarr'jitine Qt^er Ho, 10 supersedes 
Quarantine Order llo. 10 (I?ov; oorioa), dated "'arcli 9, 1027, and 
shall talre effect iri iodiatoly. 



\ 




Direct oi' of .".gricultxiro. 



APPROVED: 



Governor or the iVate^' Ca_Lliornia. 



I3:UED: 



u. .ust 1, 19o0. 



I 



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742 

(0(0 







Q H HECKE 



\\ 




LEE A. Strong 



FIUED 

in •'■ fff •.■ cf ifc» Setrn»rt jf 8ute 
0: -.•JE TTaTT: 0'"CALfrOBSIA. 

;.cJ:, 2t 1930 
. sA.SX C.JORDAN 

it.KEVAriYOr STATE 



By. 



DEPUTY 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

pc^-mrtmimt of Ac^rintlturv* 

SACRAMENTO 

QUARAKTIKE ORDER NO. 11 (New Series) 
(liVith Regulations - Revised) 
Pertaining to Citrus -lilte Fly In California 
Effective on and after August 1, I'JoO. 

v.'HERE.vS, The fact has been determined by the Director 
of /rriculture thit an insect known as citrus wb-ite fly 

Se kn^n;.ts^r food plant, or possible oarrlora of th. 
above -entloned Insect; 

rov, THHKEi'CRE. It is declared necessary. In order to 
.,.«v«nt the firthtr soread of the citrus .v Ite fly (Dlaleurodee 
^T?J? aK^ ) in and thi'ouchout f-e State Qf California that 
l^^anfine be and the sSiTls hereby established at the 

SoSSa??es of the hereinafter described ^'^^^Jf J^^le ?3iScal 
accordar.ce with the provisions of section 2ol9b of the Political 
Code f the State of California ucainst said cTtrus w lite liy 
( gj^le^roSes citri, Ashn.), and against all the ';;?j;«^^;;JS*»^^ttinp:8 
a ^eclfied nor sery^stock, trees, plants, shrubs, vines ^f* cuttings 
JWeoffiS^^rted, shipped or others ise^oved fror. tne ^Jf^«|"n^*«' 
desc?ib4d ikested territory into any other Po^^lon of the -tat e 
of California and no such r.ursery stock, trees, plants, 3iJ^t)s, 
vinefor cSt?incs thereof as quarantir ed ugair^st in this order, 
ah"ll be perr-.itted to pass over the said quarantine lines so 
hei^^eby estaSllshed ar.d proclained, except under and subject to 
the followint: reculutions: 

Rarnilatlon 1. Infested territory ; All that portion 
of the coul!fsf^ri>ontorTncTu^rEirW'clty cf Sacranento 
Sounded as follows: Decinninc ut the .lur.ctlon of tne -J^^l^^J 
River and the Sucranento River; thence southerly down the east 

S i'-aJoS^-s^iriSt^i^^ii!: r'5y?r?r.^J4:.pSJt^ix° .^ 

nortnerlv alone said Power I-^n road to t)\9 Folaotn ^^r^*/;'-^^^ 
SSe north Scathe Junction of the Power Inn road and ^ ?! J J- 
road to the A-.-erlcan River; thence westerly along the soutn oanx 
of the American River to the place of beginning. 



All tliat portion of Yuba Covmty Included In the Incor- 
porate limits of tiie city of I.'.arysvllle arid described as follows: 
Co-v enclng at a oolnt on the south bani: of Yuba Iver opposite 
D rtreet In said" city; thence down tlie south oonk of said river 
to the center of Feather I'ivor; tlience up the center of Feather River 
to a point opposite Sljcteonth street in suld city; thence easterly 
along the north line of said Sixteenth street to E street of said 
city thence northerly alone t ^e west line of E street to the north- 
west* corner of Subtirban Lot 5, Uonse D; tlience easterly to the 
other aide of tlie levee as now located by said city; tnence along 
the outer side of said levee until it intersects the LTown's Valley 
road or grade; thence alon^:; tlie extrer.e soutiieasterly side of said 
Brovm»8 Valley road or grade to a point where said Brovm»s Valley 
road or rade intersects Swezy street, thence due o. uth to the 
south bank of the Yuba Kiver; thence along the south bank of the 
Yuba River to the pluce of beginning. 

All that portion of r;.utter Coun';y, including Yuba City, 
bounded as follows: Beginning at a point on the west bank of the 
Feather River due east fron the Junction of the Pease road and 
the Yuba Clty-Chlco State Hi;:;liway; thence due v;est to said jtmction; 
thence westerly along the Pease road to the Onstott road; thence 
southerly along t>ie said Onstott road to the Franklin road; thence 
westerly along th.e said ?ranl:lin road to the Tov/nship road; thence 
southerly along t}ie said Tovmship road to the Oswald road; thence 
easterly along the Oaisald road to its easterly teminatlon; thence 
In a line due "east from tlie easterly termination of tlie Osv/ald 
road to tlie west bank of the Feather River; thence northerly along 
the west bani^: of the said Feather River to place of beginning. 

All that portion of Sutter Co\inty, including a part of 
Suiter City, and bounded as follows: On the south by t:io State 
iil-Jiv^ay; on the east by Pain Street; on the north by ITclson Street; 
and on tlie west by a line extending in a due northerly direction 
fron the oolnt where First .Wenue joins the State IIlg>iway to a 
line extending due west Tron the point where IZelson Avenue joins 
alnut Street, 

All ti.at portion of Dutte County Included in tiie incor- 
porate limits of the city of Gridley. 

All that portion of Butte Coxmty included in t he incor- 
porate limits of the city of Oroville. 

Regulation 2. All of tlie follov/lng nursei^ stock, trees, 
plants, slirubs, vines or cuttings thereof, as specified in tills 
regulation, hosts or food plants of Dialeurodea citri, and any 
other tliat nay hereafter be declared a host, ore hereby prohibited 
from moving from the said infested territory into any other 
portion of the State of California: 



I 
t 



Allantlius altlaalma (Tree of Heaven) 

AllCL-ianSa nerllfoTTa ( Alla-aanda) 

Cholsya"Temata ( Liexlcan ornrico) 

Citrus spp» (Orange, I'-^.on, citron, CJm-^efiiJilt, kunqtiat^ 

tangorino and all other snoclr-:; cultivated In /inerlca) . 
Coffea spn, (Coffee) 
nioapyroa ICaJci ( Jan-ncjso ?ersl:r:3n) 
rioapgroa vlrf^lnlar^ (Corsnon Peraiinaon) 
Gardenli r"8pp. ( Cape iga -ilne^ Cape Jessanine or Oaardenla) 
Ilodera Helix (English Ivy) 
I-ltyaa^ruri. a-i^^. (I^lvots) 
I'oTla a.m. "(China Tree ->r China Berry, Texas Unbrella, 

I'rid© Oi Ir.dln) 
Os uiathua e^.torlcenug ( lid Olive or Devllwood) 
FJiot iniTr"arbi:t If olia (Toy on Chrlst:rsas Berry) 
n.jllai^ us aclr'ua [:)ta}:eite gooso'oerry, ..est India 

^ooseberr;-', Jl-nbl Inc ) 
FrurrgG Ciipollnlt'rta ("'oc!-: ornt-if-c) 
L- c vci' in i :?v b . '- r ■ TT? ( . evcrlnla } 
L ..i-lrix. ST,>. (Green briers ) 






inenala (Tea 'l?nt ) 



"^EnCyxJ^-luu^ ciavti-'tercnJ Is (Poper T,'oo<i, Prickly Ash) 

Kegnilatlon 3^. A'l of the follov.ln,- nursery s':ock 
mta slu'u'oa,'*vi.re3 or cutilr:;^s tb.orcof, ac njcclf 



^lod 



trees, pldi 

In t}ilii ro';ulav,ion, posL-iulo carriers "ther» in folli^e of 
Dial eur odea cltri , are ' oreby prohibited frTn -.ovinj fron the 
said Inf'eated territory into nn" other portion of Vie rt- te of 
California unleas sa-ne hrve been conpletely dorollu.tad at point 
of ori^^inj 

Cephal-^nihus occifT'jntnli.:: (Button Bush) 

Cinna^^ornr^ . ann^ (Cn-nph-r Tree, Clnr.anon Tree, Ccssla Dark 

Tree, Cassia i-^lovrer Tree) 
II ox spp. (En^ll3]i, A-^ericnn nnc? nil other ITolly) 
.Tuaalnixi Syn. (Jeasn-dne, Jr>sr>tnc) 
Laror 8 1 r o< yT i fl spn, (Crnpe ''yrtle) 
Ln-urua nob ilia (Grecian J .urel or ."^weot 3ay) 
Lonicera snp. (Honey sucl:le) 
Sa^oIvTu'a apo, (Soapberry, "lid Cllna Tree) 
S;yri3aga'" app« (Lllaca) 

RoKal'iblon 4, All aiilpnents or lots of nui'sory stock 
per-Tlttod euory into "other portlono of the State of California 
from the said infested territory under Regulation 3 hereof, nuat 
bo hold by coi' ;on caxTier nzont^ at poliit of dcsllnatiun and 
not delivered to conslcnec ^>r r.cent \intll inspected and released 
by tl'io Director of Agriculttire, his deputy or deputies, or by 
a duly authorized nuapantine guardian. 

Regulation 5^, Any and all shipnenta of nursery stock, 
treos, plant a, siuniDaT" vines or cuttlncs thereof, arrivin<7 in any 
other portion of t e State of California from tlie aald infested 



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territory In vlolatlor of or not fully comnlylnj with all th« 
provisions of this qiiarajiti.-c, s^-ill be tr. edlately returned 
to the snlrl Infested terrlto>-7 or destroyed- at the option 
and expense of the owner or ovji-jers, his or their responsible 
a^jent*. 

Tlie odmlsalblllty from the said Infested territory Into 
any ot' er nortion of the Stuto of California of any nursery 
stoc^-, treos, 'Plants, gi-ir'iba, vinos or cuttings thereof, as 
covered toy ths foi^e^olng reculatlcm, siiall be further subject 
to the -jroviRlons of any other qii£iri>ntlne order, rules or regula- 
tions novf i:: force or w:'^leh ^ay horoiifter bo ^ronuls^.tod. 

All doputiog of the Director of /icrlciature and all 
qtiarnntlno j;^^irdiann are hcrob" empowered to coi'ry out nil the 
provlsiona of this order. 

This Revl.sod '^xnrantlrie Ordor No. 11 sriperscdes 
Quara-.tlno order No. 11 (ire-.; F^rloa) d-.tod Deca--boi' 23, 1927, 
a^d shall taJce effect i-v.edir.toly. 




DlrsctoS^ of* -/^Icult-ore. 



APPROVED: 



Oovemor o: 




'SVato of California. 



ISS^IED: 



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^ 'J CI -I- 1930 

OBaeecuttuc Pei^m^t^^^^i* imank . jok-nAN 

&trttc of ©rtltfornirt 

EmCTICN PROCLAI-'ATION 

I, C. C. YOUIJG, Governor of the State of California, do hereby 

proclaim that a Ge.ieral Election will be held throughout this State on 

TUZSDAY, THE FOURTH DAY 0? NOTaSER, 1330, at which the follOT;ing offices 

are to be filled: 

Represexitatives to the Congress of the United states froc each of 
the eleven congressional districts of the State; 

G0V2RU0R; 

LIEUTE1IAI3T GOTSRIiOR; 

ssCrcrrAHY or state; 

C0!?rR01LER; 

treasurer ; 

ATTORKiry GEiOKAL; 

liecber or the State Board of Equalization fron each of the four 
equalization districts of the State; 

STATE SEI'JiTOR from each of the following twenty senatorial districts 
of the State: Second, Fourth, Sixth, Eighth, Tenth, Twelfth, Fourteenth, 
Sixteenth, Eighteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-second, Twenty- fourth. Twenty- 
sixth, Twenty-eighth, Thirtieth, Thirty-second, Thirty-fourth, Thirty- 
sixth, Thirty-eighth, Fortieth; 

ia.3ER OF THE ASSE.SLY from each of the eighty assembly districts of 
the State; 

JUDC5ES OF THE SUPSRICK COURT in each of the follov/ing respective 
counties of the State, the number of judges to be elected and the terca 
thereof being as follows: 

ALAIIEDA - one (Full Tern) Office ITumber Poup 

FEIESNO - una (FUll Term) Office L^imber three 

KERN - One (Full Tern) 

LOS AIJGSLSS - One (Full Tern) Office irucber One 

LOS AilGSLES - One (Fall Tern) Office :;umber Two 

LOS AlJCaxSS - une (Full Tenn) Office Lumber Fiv« 



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LOS ANGEIZS 
LOS ANGSLES 
LOS ANG2LSS 
LOS A1;G2LSS - 

SAi: JOA^um 



- One (F14I Term) Office I^uciber Six 

- One (Full Tern) Office Number Eight 

- One (Full Tern) Office Ilunber Nine 
One (Full Term) Office Uunber Ten 

- One (Full Tens) 



ALSO, such other state and county, towi.ship, district, or other 
offices as are provided by law to be filled at such election. 

I also proclaim that at said election there will be submitted to 
the vote of the electors the follOT7ing act and resolution of the 
Legislature providing for the issuance of bonds of the State of Calif- 
ornia for the purposes therein specified. 

73TEEUKS' vrSLZAHS 801^3 ACT OF 1929 

An act authorizing the creation of a debt or debts, 
liability or liabilities, through the issuance and sale 
of state bonds, for the siacle object of creatiac a fund 
to provide fam and home aid for veterans in accordance 
with the provisions of the veterans' fan. and home purchase 
act, approved I.ey 30, 1921, and of any and all acts amenaatory 
thereof or supplemental thereto; creating a veterans' vre^fare 
finance committee: defining the powers and duties of said 
committee aud of the veterans' welfare board and wther state 
offices in respect to the administration of the provisions 
hereof; providing ways and neans, exclusive of loans, i'or the 
payment of the interest of such debt or debts, liability or 
liabilities, as sucl. interest falls due, ar.:i also for the 
payment and discharge of the principal of such debt or debts, 
liability or liabilities, as such principal natures; appro- 
priating money for the expense of preparing and of advertising 
the sale of bonds herein authorized to be issued; and provid- 
ing for the submission of this act to a vote of the people at 
the general election to be held in the month of liovenber, one 
thousand nine hundred thirty. 

I further proclaim that at said election there will also be sub- 
mitted to the vote of the electors such proposed constitutional 
amendments, questions, propositions, and initiative measures as are 
required to be so submitted by the Constitution and laws of this State. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the 
arrest and conviction of a:iy and ever:" person violating any of the 
provisions of title Tour, part one of the i>ei.al Code; such rewards 



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,0 .e p.. unUI t.a total -unt -e-^ ^^^^ '°^ "^ '"^'''^ 
reachefthe aom of tea thousand dollars. 

hand and caused the Great beai 
of the State to be affixed this 
Fourth day of October, 1930. 



ATTEST: 




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In aooordan. wit:, the lon.^ established ouston of our 
cant.-', the Preniiont initei ,tu^e3 ha. .et apart 

and ^esi :. 1 the last hursic^v o; this nonth as a lay of 
thanksgiving to ;.l ^ov the olesaiu,s .vhioh have so richly 
atte.lol as as a Hat ion and o: prayor Tor the continuance 

of those bleasin-s. 

iai^ oea^xtiful custo.. is one v^hich every citizen would 

desire to perpetuate. It ^eona o .i- . - ri". i -e 

ahouli dev:.to one da;.- of oaoh yec , 1 -^'^^ - "■- ^^^ 

respective housec of worshi . a rer.ierin : .^ th.n::s . not 

onlr -.r sucl. . ..ri^l welfare a^ we aay inlivitu^lly oujoy. 

-..,..1 .. ;, i. ..rs or liviu, in a land 
but also - jr . . .i-^i 

: -eaoe. freelon, and equaii. opportunity. 

respite depressed businesc conlitionc, lespite the fact 
x.u. .:u.ny o_ our fellov; citi.onc - un.mployei. there should 

. . e • that these xinf-^rtun- 

bc no iopressio;. i • - - 

ato oonUtions are only i.etaaorary, an . . ■ - 

-lifornia far uiore li^^itly than in laon . otaar portions of 

t:.C ..J J.' I- - • 

- j-^ unselfish 
lei ^ -i^ .uaiJcs -.- . ^ » - ■' ' 

., ^ to I ui- ju^-ielves . Let 

oouaiieration lor others led. .^.^vt. 

^_ ,_ . ^ the day aanifoot itself .y a fir. resolve that 

. ,-.'nnM . "h- i^e solvel as speedily as 

,. .^ ...... i. .usicallv uo^l, and v.-e can reason- 

possitlo. :hi3 i.^>-i.^.- 1- ^^^li'-- . 

auly hope for u. early returr ^uat prosperio, ..xch is 
our horitaje. 



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CfBxecutttie ©epartntent 

§tate of ©rtlifornla 

How therefore I. C G. Youii-, CJovernor of the State 
of CaUfomia. in nursuanoe of the proola-iatioxi of the 
Presi-lent, and in ascordanoe with the authority vested 
in rae by law, hereb- declare Thursday, the tv/e at y- seventh 
lay of Koveaber, 1S20, as ThaukSoivins :iay , 

IH ..'IOT33S V.lIxuiOCF I have here- 
unto set ray hand and caused the 
droct S«al of the State of 
CaUfo Ilia to be affixed this 
24th day of Noveiaber, 19S0. 



attest 




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Strtte of CrtliforMirt 



In accordanc-- with the long estaolishel ouaton of our 
country, the President oi" the United States has set apart 
and iesi plated the last Thursday of this uonth as a day of 
thanksgiving to Ood for the blessings v/hioh have so richly 
attended us as a Nation and of prayer for the continuance 
of those Dlessinijs. 

This oeautiful custom is one which every citizen would 
desire to perpetuate. It seeras eainently fitoin>^- that we 
should devote one da;.- of each year, in our ho.nes ar.i in our 
respective houses of v.-orship, to a rendering of thanl:s , not 
only lor such aaterial welfare as we nay individually enjoy, 
but also for the privilege which is ours of living in a land 
of peace, freedom, and equality of opportunity. 

Despite depressed ousiness con.litions, despite the fact 
that many of our fellow citizens are unemployed, there should 
be no depression in our hearts. V.'e icnow that these unfortun- 
ate conlitions are only temporary, ani that they have touched 
California far more lightly than in many other portions of 
the world. 

Let this ThankSiiving Day, then, oe one of unselfish 
ccnsiieiation for otuers less fortunate than ourselves. Let 
the spirit of the day manifest itse:.f oy a fir.i resolve that 
the prooleus confronting us shall ue solved as speedily as 
possiole. This llation is basically so^>ind, and we can reason- 
ably hope for an early return of that prosperity which is 
our heritage. 



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How therefore I. G. C. Young, (Jovernor of the State 
of California, in pursuance of the proclanation of the 
president, and in accordance with the authority vested 
in rue l)y law. hereby declare Thursday, the twenty- seventh 
day of Nover/oer. 1930, as Thanksgiving Day. 

lU -.VITEESS vrnEHSOF I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused the 
areat Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
E4th day of Noveaoer. ISSO, 




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ASSiSTANT D RECTOR 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 

AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO QUARANTINE ORDER KG. 7 
(New Series - Revised) 
Pertaining to the /Ifalfa Weevil 
Effective on and after 3ece". ,er 2S , 1^30 



Until March 1, 1931, that portion of the county of 
Jackson, rtate of Oregon, lylnj south of the northern bo\indary 
of township thirty-eijjht south and west of the eastern boundajry 
of range three west, and also all of tOv-nship thirty-nine aouth, 
range two west, e.n(l known as the Applegate Valley, is exenpt from 
the proviBiona of Cvjarantine Order No. 7 (New '^eriea - I^.evised), 
provided that any and all shlpaients of comnoditles quai'antined 
against by Cuarantine Order No. 7 (Nevr Feries - Revised), and 
offered for entry into California from that portion of the county 
of Jackson, "tate of Orotjon, Irln^ south of thp northern boundary 
of tov/nshlp thirty-eight sout;- and west of the eastern boxmdary 
of range tyiree west, and also rll of township thirty-nine south, 
range two v/est, and Imov.ia as the Applegate Valley, must be ao- 
companied br a certificate ni^^ned by the proper inspection officials 
of Oregon, setting forth the exact locality vhero the cocanodity 
was groxm, vliei'e stored if ptored, the naine and address of the 
producer, the name and address of the shipper and the name and 
ad-ress of the person or firr. in California to *hoin the com.iodlty 
is consigned, A copy of each certlfi-jate shall be nailed In advance 
of shipment to the Director of Agriculture, Eaoramento, California, 

Quarsintine Order No. 7 (New r.erles - Revised, effective 
June 20, 1930), is amended accordingly. 




Director of Agriculture 



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ISSUED: 



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FIUED 

is f\} oC;c of the B«Cf«t»ty jf 6Ut« 
Ox .-JS 8TILTE or CALJflOEIlA 

. ;n . 6 1931 



&tatf of (California 



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.ednosdoy, Jomiory 21, 1D31, hovlnn b««a ooleoted by the "i tional 
Hf Undormrltoro .^aooclatlon as ":.lfo laouifince ;jq: Thru-<Ait .v.orlca". 
It beocnea ny plcwauro to procloiin thia doy ".Ufo Insurance jjoy Ihru- 
Out Callfornlo" \Jlth tho su,-£0stion tlvnt tho oreao of tlie ^tnte prot)erly 
enphaslae it* thnt our nlnioterji brio,: t}ie aujjeot in appronriot« r«ni«r 
before their oou<5?eant lone end tiiat cxu- c it lama dovote aoriouB th -^-Jbt 
and i~lvo duo ottoatlon to tholr -.ortlculap life IneuronDo <«eds* 

The jqrtKit ooonorotlTe euterprla*> "The Iiustitutlon of :.ifB 
Insurance" with Ita eaomoue La til iaserre&t couplod vlth the ccreful 
•elaetlon und nida dlvoreiflontioa of tho Inveatrxjnt of those funda» 
today asfAToe the Inijoi-ln* public absolute ooJoty. .Jid oa occh end 
every Individuol seea tho boneflta to be doi'ivod by adoquftely infiurin(?- 
t ^reby rirovltiint- i'or the iMOds of thooa loft behinu, for old a^e, for 
diffilillity- 80 ahall uo eee ▼orty drlvoii frr. thio Golden Jtote and 
OQoe and i*ooperity rol. n etoz>ueI* I ;j«ctioo ..hat I preach. 

I >KiYo onrrlod ilfe Tnourtinoo froD the day I attoinod cy najority, 
and it hfi8 been a oorifort nil tlirou^ii c^' life that I unc doinc ny c'uty 
to «ay ^raiiii, fanlly by protect ixv then* 

■loc? thororoi-* 1, Jhiaso I«>lpL Jr., rxareraor o-: tho .tote of Cclif- 
omio. In Bcoo'-rV nee oith t^>n n .thority vootod in no by la«, hereby 
deolore Wednesday, the twenty-rfirstdayol^anunry, 1031, n« Mf* Incuranco 
Da, VbtvHMt uliirursxia* 

Hi .mciUi luiCivF J have Loreunto aet 

G(.- hand and oauaed the "roat 'joal of 

the w^tato of Culifomio to be affixaA 



this IQth c 




dovomo; 




• SPECIAE bIeCTION HELD. 
FEB . 26. th day 1931. 




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3P^Gia J^LliCTlOl^ PHiQGLA..AriQH 

I, jAiiiilS ROLPH, JR., Governor of CBlifomla, 
do hereby proclaim and order that a epecial election 
ehgll be hald on the HSth dey of February, 1931, within 
the olf* Thirty-third 3enf;tori«l Diptrict of thie ptate, 
as the s?id diptrict w-b conctituted in 1938, and prior 
to the taking- effect of the Heapportion-nent Act in 1928, 
to fill olie vac-ncy in the office of 3tnte Senator from 
c-ld dlFtrict capped by the election and aualification 
of lenfitor Fr'^nk F. Uerriam to the office of Lieutenant 
Oov-rnor of the State of lifornla. 

ASD I X KiRSBY ofier a reward of One Hun^^red (5100) 
Dollars for the arrest and conviction of 'any anr^ every 
perron violstinfr any of the orovlptone of Title IV, P?rt I, 
of the Penal Code; such rewards to be naid until the total 
amount hraafter exoenr^ed for the purpose reaches the sum 

of Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars. 

IN .iITN23S .VHiSP.SOF, I have 
hpratinto set ray hand and caused 
the Or eat Seal of the State of 
C3alifornia to be affi^fed thl 




SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAILMION. 
liARCH. $rd. 1951. 



execixttue Pe^avtmrnt 



^tittr ofCitliforum 

aP.JlAL dlL^STIOM P?.QCLA:.<AriON . 
I, JAiiiS ROLPH, J?>. , aovrnor of Cnllfornla, 
do hereby prool^'lra r^n'* or^er thet a epeclal election 
Phall be h«l(1 on the 5r. -ay ^^ !.:arch, l^^l, 'nthln 
the old Ti^enty-flrpt lan-torlal Oi^trlct of this state, 
nc, the said ^iPtrict was constituted in 1928, and prior 
to the tiling e^'-'ect of the Heapoortionr^ient Act In 19-8, 
to fill the in the office of 3t te .^en tor from 

paid district w-aoed by the election ?.nd quslific-tlon 
of -?en-5tor Roy Fellom to the office of State •■^enator 
of the new Fourteenth Senatorial DiPtrict, -p now con- 
stituted un.^er the -.e-pportionment Act which took effect 

in 1928. 

AND I DO H/r^'iBY offer o rewr-' of One Hundred (^lOOj 

Dollars for the arreet r-nd conviction of any and every 

perpon viol-tlnr any of the provirionr of Title 17. ?-rt I, 

of the Penal Coie; puch rew-rd« to be n.id until the totsl 

amount h-e=fter expended for the ouroore r.achep the pun. 

o| Ten Thoupand (510,000) Dollars. 

Hi nilil':'^- xn^^OF, I h-ve 
h'^reunto pet ^y h^nd and oaured 
the Ore-.t Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
lltlnnpy of Februj>^, 1931. 



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1, jam:-; ^OLi'K, J':*.., Oov Tnor :>f ^nllfomla, 
'■'o '". ' y irocl'lni "Ti'' ->r'>T thst s po'clal election 
phftll be hel<! on the ara day of Llarch, I""-!, 'ithln 
the olrt T^er.ty-flTPt '^an-'toTl'?! ilrtrlct of thlr rt^to, 
««« th« 85lrt Mrtrlot •s'ls eon-tltutcd In 19?8, and prior 
to the t»-Xln,? ^fuct of the loftpiortionnient Act in IS'-S, 
to fill the v-c^ncy In thn off'lce of 't t« en tor from 
Pilrt '*l''tTiot nnur-^d by the «l?!Ctlon pnv qu-sllf -Option 
of ■an-'tor -loy Fellora to the offlo« of '^trte >n?itoT 
of the n--"r J'ourt'-^enth ''»»n'^'toTl»»l "I'-trlrt, ■>p now con- 
ptltnted tin-^er the 'e-'pnortlon?nent ^ct i^hloh to^k Ai'.ect 

In 13?8. 

AH2 I DO 11''^ HY off»T R y««»*r'* of Ono Kunir#f^ ( -100) 

Dollars fo- the arrest nnd convlctlcn of nny ^^ru' ev^ry 
p^rpon vlolr^tlnr any of the provirlonr of Title I". F-^rt I, 
of th>». Pen-^1 '^O'^e; ruch re^'Mr to be nnlf? until tho totrsl 
sraount h'-^'^ft^r eir>9nf^e'-' for the ouroore ^^sche- the? pua 

of Ten Thournnrt (110,0-^0) -ollgre. 

I:; .'TTh ■ ' < . ■ 'oy, I h'-vo 
h'^reunto •'et "ny h-^nd nnT" <»ur'^<5 
tho Or<»-t "^'vl of the '^tnte of 
Callfornis to be r-f fixed this 




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SP2CIAL ELECTION PROCLAilATION 

I, JAI-l'iS ROLPH, JR., Governor of California, 
do hereby proclaim and order th?t ? ppecial election 
shall be held on the 25th dsy of February, 1231, within 
the old Fifteenth Senatorial Diptrict of this state, 
as the fcid district was constituted in 1928, end prior 
to the takins- effect of the Reapportionment Act in 1928, 
to fill the vacancy in the office of State Senator from 
said district caused by the election and qualification 
of Senator Arthur H. Breed to the office of State Sen?tor 
of the ne-.T Sixteenth Senatorial District, as now con- 
stituted under the Reapportionment Act which took effect 
in 1928, 

AND I DO HT-.2SY offer a reward of One Hundred ($100) 
Dollars for the arrert and conviction of any rtnd every 
person violatin? any of the provisions of Title IV, Pert I, 
of the Penal Code; such rewards to be paid until the total 
amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sum 
of Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars. 

IN .VIT:;ESS .VHTr.SOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
11th day of February, 1931. 



Governor 



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FAILED 

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r£d L'4 1931 
.'.V ^.mn: C. JORDAN 

Of STATi 



Of Paesaee of Veterans' Welfare Bond 



PROCLAMATION 




Act of 1929. 

WHEREAS, there was submitted to the voters of this 

State at the 3eneral Election held in the State of C?li- 

fornia on Nove:nber 4,153C> & proposed law, being 

"An act authorizing the creation of a debt 

or debts, liability or liabilities , through 
the issuance ?,nd sale of state bonds, for 
the single object of creating a fund to 
provide farm snd home aid for veterans in 
accordance with ■'he crovisions of the 
veterans' farm p.nd home purchase act, 
approved Kay 30»1921> ?-nd any and all 
acts amendatory thereof or supplenentfl 
thereto; creating a veterans' relfare 
finance committee; defining the powers 
and duties of spid com:nittee ^jid of the 
veterans' welfare board and other state 
offices in respect to the administration 
of the provisions hereof; providing ways 
and means, exclusive of loans, for the 
payment of the interest of such debt or 
debts, liability or liabilities, as such 
interest falls due, and also for the pajTnent 
and discharge of the principal of such debt 
or debts, liability or liabilities, as such 
principal matures; appropriating money for 
the expense or preparing and of advertising 
the sale of bonds herein aufiorized to be 
issued; and providing for the submission of 
this act to a vote of the oeoole at the 
general election to be held in the month 
of November, one thousand nine hundred 
thirty," and 

WHEREAS, the votes cast for and as:ainst said act 

have been counted, returned and canvassed and it 

appears from a certificate made by the Secretary of 

State on December 11, 1930 1 that there were cast 



state of iCalifovnirt 

for said act, known and cited as "Veterans' T7elfare 
Bond Act of 1929", S35,579 votes and there rere cast 
a^Ttinst said act, 265, oS2 votes: 

Now, tiierefore, I, JAIIES ROLPH.JH. , aovernor 
of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA, in pursuance of the 
provisions of Section 16 of said act, do hereby pro- 
claim and declare that at the General Election held 
on November ^,1530, the said Veterans' Welfare Bond 
Act of 1929 received a majority of all the votes 
cast for and as-ainst it at the said election, and 
that the same was legally ap.^roved and adopted and 
has the effect as in said act provided; and 

I further proclai-u and declare that the said 
Veterans' Welfare Bond Act of I929 shall be and is 
irrepealable until tV.e principal and interest of the 
liabilities therein created shall be paid and 
discharged, 

IN ?7IT':ESS whereof, I have hereunto 

and caused the CJreat 

e State of Califo^jmia 

affixed, thi " ' 





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3PECLJ. ]:L.]CTI0IJ :>HQCL/J'ATI(ai 

I, J.JSS ROli^H, JR., Governor of the ntate of California, do 
hojpeby proclain an., order thct a apeciel election shnll be helcl on 
th« 19th day of March, 1931, in the Seventy- seronth Assar.bly District 
cf this State to fill the Tacancy cfiused by the death of MYRCSN D* 
ri'ITTiili in the office of jiei:;ber of the Asaeiably, Seventy-seTenth 
Assenbly District* 

AND I DO ICSIISBT offer a reward of One Hundred (100) Dollars for 
the (urrest and conviction of any and eTei:^' person riolating any of ttaa 
provisions of Title IT, l«rt 1, of the Penal Code; such rewards to be 
paid until the total anount hereafter expanded for the purpose roaches 
the Slim of l^en !Zhousand (10,000) Dollars* 

15 ilTNESS :rA':oF, I have hereunto set ny 
hand and caused the Great Seal of th« 
State of California to be affixed hereto 



this 'ihirdjg».^*f l.arch, 12^, 



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Ot THE STATE OF OALirOlIli 

^ . . y, X 4. MAR 1 J 1931 

OBicecutttJe department frank c. jordan 

§tate of ©alifornin 

PROG UMA 'ION OF BI?i: DAT 

"fEE i^,A3, The rela- ion and importance of bird life to 
the common welfare, and eapeoially to the at:ricul!:ural inter- 
eats, i3 a subject deserving: aore -^eneral recojnition; and 

viEE:izA6, 3tati3tics show that the loss to acriculture 
by insect pests amounts yearly to more than il, 300, 000, 000, 
and that one-tenth of everything- raised for food is destroy- 
ed by insect pests; and 

.'HEilKAS, The human race la flghtin^j the Insect world 
for control of the earth; and 

WHEREAS, we know that birds are the natural enemies 
of all forms of insect life, and that if vie could increase 
the nuiaber of birds, we would have less trouble with these 
insect pests; and 

"'HKiiKAS, The decrease in bird life of our state and 
of the nation is one of the causes for the incrense of the 
nxioerous pests '.-/hich are costing the farmers of this country 
milllona of dollars ann\ially; and 

WH'vH^Ao, The preservation of bird life must come in a 
ln.rge measure throurh instilling: in the ninds of the school 
children of the state a love of nature and a knorrledee of 
her benefactions, 

KC:, TTIE~tr?ORK, To the end that the Public jchools 
and all societies, as well as individuals, nay co-operate in 
the work of saving the birds of the state, and to brine the 
subject of bird conservation before the people, 

I, JAi.r::^ HOLPH, J.I., Governor of the 3tate of 
California, do hereby designate and apnoint Friday, April 10, 
1931, anc hereafter the second Friday in April, as 'I D DAY» 
and I hereby request that all teachers of the public schools 
and the people generally shall observe the same v/ith ap- ro- 
priate exercises, that the value of birds may be better re- 
coijnized and bird life studied. 

i:; wiTr-3 3 t;hfh-:o:-, i have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great 3eal of 

Jtate 
to be affixed. 




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Ct VH3 ET4TE CF CALIFOEMIA 



MAR : :• 1931 
;=U^\K C. JORDAN 




§tate ot®ttlifor»tia 

PAN AMERICAN DAT 

A P.IOCLAMATION 

BY THE GOVT^RH0;=l OF Tm STATE OF CALIFO INIA. 

A request has been nade upon me as Oovernor of the 
State of California to issue a Proclamation pursuant to one 
issued by Kis llxoellency Herbert Hoover, President of the 
United States* desi;rxxatint; April l4 as "Pan-Anerlcan Day." 

It is indeed a pleasure, and I an very ha py to 

proolaim April l4 as "J'an-Ancrlcan Day" and do hereby order 

that the fla^ of the United otates be displayed on all Govem- 

ment buildings on that date, and do invite the schools, civic 

associations, and people o: the United States generally to 

observe the day Trith appropriate cerenoniea, thereby giving 

expression to the spirit of continental solidarity and to 

the sentinents of cordiality and friendly feeling which the 

Government and people of the United States entertain toward 

the peoples and Governments of the other Republics of the 

Americ;in Continent. 

II WITNL'SS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my liand, and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed. 

Done at the City of SacrsLnento 
the Capitol of California 
this lain day of Aor 
A. D. /M3I. 

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Gkxxl Frldey, April ^, i:\il, aill be obuorvod t>>roufSw>ut 
tho world as tha holiout day of tb« Chrlotlaii year. 

I hereby proolftln Its obaermjjco mid tje^nt norcisalor. to 
all iii public aerrloo, r:ho dealre to do bo, to attend divin« 
servioes oetwecu the Uuoi-a of l£jOO nooa und o o*elooic in the 
eltoraoon of Oood ITrlfiay &oxt« 

IN rflTKUSa «lC3tHCF, I have hereunto 
■ot lay lutnd end cciuaed the Oreot 
ijoal of the :;tete of Callfomie 
to be ofi'ixed this twoaty-sevonth 
Or^y of 




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"• VH3 STATE OF OALIFOSBU 

MAR 2 : 193^ 
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The whole future of the stete rests with its children. 
I'othlng in our civilization is of greater inportence than the 
health and welfare of the yoimg generation to whom, eventually, 
will fall the responsibilities cf govornnent. To provide every 
safeguard tc tl.eir health, to build their bodies strong end rugged, 
to rive tJien knov.-ledge and to n-^ke their childhood care-free and 
happy is our ploasant duty. To rerienber this duty end in honor of 
The parents, teachers, physicians, nurses and welfare workers who 
are ^.li.-ii' this the Golden Age for Children, I have therefore de- 
signated this first day of :.&y, A. D., 1?31, as Child Healtn Day, 
to be observed fittingly throughout the State of California. 

IN ..ITinSSS i/nSPJSCF, I have 
hereunto set niv* hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this loth da^ 
April, A. D., 1£31» 




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It is tsy priviiooA ant} ploauurt? to cbll %o tlm atto.:tloa oi' Umi 
■»«oplo of Califtirul'i, otb.ors ray, ^hich fbllii on '«; IDtlu 

It Ib n u&y a«t fiucri tivromtihcAii th« ytM^r l»ca jhit lovlxk. foolia;.* 
urill 0£:^fen& th<»js<}liras la tt o^^ut trlbuto tu otu- . ^tM-rs, i-.^-^ ^ trust 
thnt all In Uililorolu t<ill uboarvo t.^ilo day by ttV reiciu^j of fXac}s ocd 
th<} wcoriiv- of t.;«» flOi?or no & trlLrtite tu our living ' ot/.er», or visit 

3^t ua jwio; ber tiss e.-i^rooe^oii o:' our t»rt;T«d re^idoutt 'brB^i.am 

iXiooln, "All UmX, i ao, or ell that 1 lwp<? to l*, I ov>a t© r^3r dnrlliis 
v«t or". 

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B«»t r^' .. oftoo^fl tho Citjct 

.*fil Oi ti.e -tut* of CoIifDrtxia 
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APR 15 19:^ 

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The fihole future or the ct&to routs nitL Ita ohildreo* 
'.'othlnc In oui' oivillsRtlon io of spetitor ir.ooi't'nce than t!i« 
health and voltnrn of the youa<: conomtiaa to vlioti, erontuoHy, 
will fail the ivopoui^ibllltioii uf i-ovornnout. To rrovide every 
•Qfegrcffirfi to ti.elr heulth, to build thoip booios Btroof und racGoA, 
to ,:lve tlian kno-.-lodco anfi to tviko their chlldhooci cfir(»-»free and 
J^PPy i*^ ^'^'" pltH'OiJiit Guty» i."x! z*e;.')'iber t-hiti cuty f.at in honor of 
the ;«urontu, tofiohers, phiBicip.as, nurso8 hnd weifero , orkers nho 
are ce:<liit thib the Oolaen .gc for lihilditm, I iu.ro therefore d«- 
sieaQtoc thla first anj' cf .-.y, . , j,, 1131, ua Child ro^^.lth Itey, 
to bo observwci fittiiit^ly tiirouoiiout tho ..tMo ui" J^-lifcrnla. 






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^ci-ount.0 oet i^ hciiu and 
acioaecl the Orerit .■uol of 
t teto !.f Cslil'ornlQ to 
be tiffir.oc tl.iL. ^ut^ day 
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The whole fuiuxe of the state rests with its children. 
nothing in our civilization is of greater inport?.nce than the 
health and welfare o" the yoiuag ganeretlon to whot, eventually, 
will fall the responsibilities cf (jovornnent. To provide every 
safeguard tc their health, to build their bodies strong end rugged, 
to .-^ive them knowledge and to r^ke their childhood care-free and 
happy is our pleEisa::t duty. To rer.:er.ter -.Ms daty and in honor of 
the parents, teachers, physicians, nurses ano 7/elfere v.-or.-iers who 
ere _a.:ini: this the Golden Age for Children, I have therefore de- 
signated this first cay of : &y, A. D., lf'31, as Child Health Day, 
to be observed fittingly thrcirhout the Stete of California. 

Ii; I7:r2S£ i/riS?.SCF, I h&ve 
hereunto set cy hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State cf Gelifornia to 







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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
SACRAMENTO 




APR 2 4 W31 
FI'/viSK C. JORDAN 

fKPUTv/ qxjara:»TINE ORDJl NO. 5 ( N«w Series) 

' (With Hejulations - hevised) 

Pertaining to Mexican Cotton Boll eevll, and Varieties 
Thereof, and Pink Bollworm of Cotton. 

Effective on and after April 1, 1931 



\S'HEREA?, The fact has been deter:.'iined by th« 
Director of Agriculture that injurious insects knov.-n as the : exican 
cotton bo". 1 weevil ( Anthonomua .-rand is faoh. ), ana varieties t'.ereof, 
and the pink boll-.vor'ir. ( Peoti'nooriora cossjpiella ''aunders), new to 
and not nltherto kno'-n to exist '.vithln and tliroUt^hcut the ^.tate of 
California, exists m several states of the United "tates, and 
thac cotton lint, linters, uaste, sv/eeplngs, samples of cotton, 
seed cotton, cotton seed, cotlon seed hulls, cotton tiinnln^ and 
milling -.nachinery, cotton bag^iii^a. used cotton piclrers* ba^s and 
all other articles or materials that htve been used In connection 
•.yith growing, harvestiu,-, ginning, baling, transporting or manu- 
facturing cotton lint, seed cotton, or cotton seed; railroad cars, 
autoaxjolles, aui^oiaoolle trailers, trucks and other vehicles, 
baggagt, personal effects, eaiigrant movables, used household effects, 
household l;i.ple:aent8, camping effects and camping ir-plenients, ai'e 
liable to be carriers of said insects; 

HOW, THEHEFvJPj:, It is declared necessary in order 
to prevent the introduction of the .vlexican cotton boll weevil, 
an- varieties thereof, or the pink oollworn: into the State of 
California, that a quaranti/ie be and the sar-e is .ereby established 
at the boundaries of the State of California in accordance with 
the provisions of section 2319b of the Political Code of the rtata 
of California against cotton iTr.t, linters, v.i ste, sweepings, 
s-mples of cotton, seed cotton, cotton seed, cotton seed hulls, 
cotton ginr.ing and milling .:achlnerj, cotto