Terminal Inspection Act of 1916
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The Terminal Inspection Act of 1916 was a part of the Rural Post "Good" Roads Act of 1916. It prohibited a person from sending through the U.S. mail to a state address a package containing a plant or plant product unless the package's contents are plainly marked.
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