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(6). The landing in Cyprus of cattle, horns, hoofs, fodder, litter or dung from
•essels arriving from places where cuttle disease bas been publicly notified to exist,
is prohibited. ( For bones see page 10).
(7). (For hides and skins see below).
(8). The importation of rags and old clothing into any port or place of the Island of
Cyprus, other than Larnaca, is prohibited, and such importation is liable to be
prohibited in any case in which the Director of Health or any Officer acting for or
delegated by him certifies that the importation of rags or old clothing is likely to be
injurious to the public health.
S K I N S . — T h e
importation of hides and skins of all equines, ruminants and
swine is prohibited except at the Port of Larnaca, and then with the permission of
the Health Officer of the Port to land them, and after disinfection.
The importation of hides and skins of goata, sheep, and similar small ruminants,
and swine is prohibited except at the ports of Larnaca, Limassoi, Famagusta and
Kyrenia, and with the permission of the Health Onicer of the Port to land them, and
after disinfection.
A certificate- by the Health Officer of the Port that the disinfection has been
accomplished must be presented to the Customs Authorities before the removal of
the hides and skins from the place set aside for their disinfection is allowed.
The importation into the Island of old or used clothes for the purposes of sale or
commerce is absolutely prohibited.
The importation of saccharine is prohibited except in small quantities not exceeding '1 lbs.
and then oniy with the permission of the Director of Health previously obtained in writing.
The importation of indecent or obscene prints, paintings, photographs, books, cards, litho-
p-raD'uic or other engravin-js, or anv other indecent or obscene articles is prohibited.
The importation of all postcards of private manufacture with any pictorial design
not previously approved for transmission through the Post Offices of Cyprus is prohibited.
The importation of waste or refuse of cotton wool known a3 " Flock" is absolutely
Order in Council No.
340 pub. in Gaz. No.
692of lat March, 19'M.
Order of High Com–
missioner of the 24th
• Dec., 1924. published
in GazeUe No. 1668 of
2nd January.. 192.1.
Order in Council No.
374 published in Gazette
So. 774 of 30th Novem–
ber. 1903.
( Order in Council No.
; 386 published iti GazetU
No. 756 of 27th March,
i Order in Council No.
1 390 published in Gazette
) No. 814 of 27th January,
I 1905.
.' Order in Council No.
1 380 published in Gaz.
) No. 791 of 6th May,
< 1904.
Order in Council So.
455 published in Gautit
No. 920 of 29th >Iav
1908. .
All fruits and vegetables («) in a ra*.v state,
whether fre-iti or dried <j*ave as provided at {-•) below;.
All trees and plants and every living part of a tree
or plant including seeds (b>, -'save as provided at .c,i
All flowers, cut or otherwise.
All dried plants and dowers (c).
Stares which have been used for vine props or
similar purposes.
All binding which has been used for vines or other
Importation prohibited from Algeria.
Asia Minor, Australia, Austria. Kulga-
ria. Cape Colony, Egypt;, France, Ger–
many, Greece. Ifungary. Italy, Mexico,
Portugal. Roumania, Russia. Samos,
Serbia, . "-pain, .Switzerland, Syria.
Tunis, Turkey in Europe, United
States of America, either directly or
Order '.n Council So.
•563 Du'oiishe'i -n Gaznttt
No. "l2*-'o of 19t:i 11 av.
(a) Potatoes for seed purposes only m a y be imported at Famagusta, Larnaca, Limassoi or Paphos in such quantities and
from such countries only as 3hall be specially authorised beforehand in writing by the Director ot* Agriculture. The potatoes
must be imported direct from the country of origin, provided that they m a y be transhipped if they remain in Customs charge
while at the transhipping port.
Every consignment of potatoes for seed purposes must be accompanied by the documents set out in Order in Council No. 1305
of 20th May, 1929, published in GazeUe No. 1985 of 2Urd May, 1020, and is subject to inspection by the Director of Agri–
culture or an inspecting officer acting on his behalf.
(6) The importation from the American Continent (including Canada, the United States of America, South America
and West Indies), China, Cochin-China, Greece, India, Russia, Turkenstan. Turkey, and :rcm any country not possessing
a Government Entomological service, either directly or indirectly, of cotton seed and seed cotton, and any green or living
part of the Cotton Plant ; of dry leaves, sticks, or refuse of the Cotton Plant ; ot raw cotton ; and of packing material
which has or is suspected of having been used in the transportation or storage of any part of the Cotton Plant, m a y be
permitted through the Port of Famagusta if the importation is accompanied by a statutory declaration in the prescribed
form and if forthwith on importation these articles are disinfected in such manner as the Director of Agriculture shall
prescribe, or placed in quarantine in such place and for such period as he shall deem tit. If the aforesaid articles have
been imported from a country other than those herein mentioned, importation m a y be permitted through the Port of
Famagusta provided that such importation is accompanied by a statutory declaration by the shipper in the prescribed
form naming the place of origin (Order in Council No. 105-t of 13th May, 1925, published in GazeUe N o . 1695 of 15th
May, 1925).
(c) ExaaPTiows.—-Nothing in this Order contained shall be deemed to prohibit the importation of the following arr.c:es :—Wheat
barlev and other cereals, and ail dry seeas (except cotton seed) properly cleaned from the husk, straw and earth. Acorns, vallonia
almonds, walnuts, chestnuts and other nuts, (free from the outer husks, leaves, staiks and branches), except ground nuts. Preserves.
Crystallized fruiti. Bottled «nd canned fruits and vegetables hermetically sealed in proper receptacles. Flour and meal of all kinds and
every preparation thereof. Tamarind. Saoonaria wood. Vegetables desiccated by artificial.heat:and enclosed in packages. Dry and
ft-ftromat-c oiants used for medicinal puroose. and for dyeing, if tree of earth. Carobs, if-frees oi earth (Order in Council No. 1292, published
in Gazette Ho. 1973 of loth March, 1929), and if iaiDortcd under license of the Comptroller of^
and subject to such term.
and condition, as are prescribed in such license (Order in Council No. 1304 of 13th May, 1929. pnbl.shed m Gazette No. 1983 of 17th
May, 1920..