Rule 1, revision 38.--to prevent the spread of splenetic or tick fever in cattle

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Rule 1, revision 38.--to prevent the spread of splenetic or tick fever in cattle
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(lI. A. I. Order 372)' I.ssued Novemniber 29. 1939

Effective on and after Decenitber 15. 1939

United States Department of Agriculture

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

RULE 1, REVISION 38-TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF
SPLENETIC OR TICK FEVER IN CATTLE

PART 72-TEXAS (SPLENETIC) FEVER IN CATTLE
[Sees. 72.2 to 72.5, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 6, 23 Star. 32.
sees. 1, 3, 33 Stat. 1264, 1265, sec. 1, 44 Stat. 774 : 21 U. S. C. 115, 123, 125]
SEc. 72.2. Splenetic or tick fever in cattle in described territory in Florida,
Puerto Rico, and Texas; prohibiting interstate movement of cattle.-Notice is
hereby given that the contagious and infectious disease known as splenetic or
tick fever exists in cattle in portions of the States of Texas and Florida and
the Territory of Puerto Rico. Therefore. those portions of these States and
Territory described in sections 72.3 to 72.5, inclusive, are hereby quarantined,
and the interstate movement of cattle therefrom shall be made only in accord-
ance with the regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture for the prevention
of the spread of splenetic or tick fever in cattle.2 This rule shall be construed
in connection with the said regulations and is subject to amendment or revision
on statutory notice.
SEc. 72.3. Area quarantined in Florida.-The following counties and portions
of counties are quarantined: Collier and Hendry; that portion of Osceola
County lying east and north of State Roads 29 and 24; and that portion of
Orange County lying east of U. S. Highways Nos. 17 and 92.
SEc. 72.4. Area quarantined in Puerto Rico.-AI that portion of the Terri-
tory of Puerto Rico lying east of the following-described line is quarantined:
Beginning at Wilson Bridge, Catano, extending in a southerly direction along
the south border of the Catano swamp to the canefield track of the Juanita
Central, thence northerly along this track to the Catano-Bayamon Road (No.
24), thence westerly along the south right-of-way of said road to the Solado
Bridge over the Bayamon River, thence southerly along said river to the Baya-
mon Bridge on the Bayamon-San Juan Road (No. 2), thence westerly to a
road running southwesterly through Torreche dairy farms property to the
Aguas Buenas Road, thence westerly along the south right-of-way of said road
to a road running southwesterly through the properties of Islete, Monclova.
and consolidated farms to the Bayamon-Comerio Road (No. 9). thence southerly
along the east right-of-way of said road to its intersection with the Comerio-
Cidra Road (No. 22), thence along the east right-of-way of said road and
following the city limits of the town of Cidra to the Cidra-Cayey Road, thence
along the east right-of-way of said road to the San Juan-Cayey Road (No. 1),
thence easterly along the north right-of-way of said road and continuing in
a southerly direction along the east right-of-way of the P. R. R. A. Reforestation
Seed Bed Road to the south property line of the Military Wireless Station.
thence westerly along this line to the HIlera Creek Bridge and following said
creek in a southwesterly direction to the Cayey-Guayama Road (No. 4), thence
southerly along said road to the north property line of Jose Revira, thence
southerly along this line to the east right-of-way of the Palmas Bajas Road.
thence southeasterly along said road to the Guamani River, thence north-
easterly along this river to the Carite-Guavama Road to a point where it inter-
sects the north property line of Luce & Co., thence easterly along this line to
the northeast corner of said property, thence southerly to the Federal Experi-
ment Station, thence southerly along the east right-of-way of a road from this
station to the Gnayama-Arroyo Road (No. 3), thence along said road in a
1 Supersedes B. A. I. Order 369. The numbering of the parts and sections of B. A. I.
orders conforms to the numbering In title 9, chapter 1, of The Code of Federal Regulations.
S29 CFR parts 71, 72.
196614-389







westerly direction to its intersection with the MonIserrate Road, continuing
southerly along the east right-of-way of said road to the old McCormick Docks
on Arroyo Bay in the Caribbean Sea.
SEC. 72.5. Area quarantined in Texa&'s.-The following portions of counties
are quarantined: That part of Cameron County lying south of the following-
described line-beginning at the point where the Brownsville ship channel
enters the Gulf of Mexico following said ship channel in a southwesterly direc-
tion to Port Brownsville, thence in the same direction along the Port Browns-
ville-Brownsville Road to where it crosses the Ranchito Visjo Resaca, thence
in a northwesterly direction following the Ranchito Visjo Resaca to the Sam
Houston Boulevard Road, thence in a southwesterly direction to the Rangerville-
San Benito Road, thence in a northwesterly direction along said road to the
intersection of the Rangerville-Harlingen Road, thence in a northeasterly
direction to the intersection of the county road known as the Rangerville-Arroyo
Colorado Low Bridge Road, following said road to the Arroyo Colorado, a
distance of approximately 2.7 miles, thence following the Arroyo Colorado in
a westerly direction to the Cameron-Hidalgo County line. That part of Hidalgo
County lying south and west of, and including all incorporated and unincorpo-
rated town sites intersected by, a line beginning at a point where the main
line of the Missouri Pacific Railroad which runs between Harlingen and Rio
Grande City, Tex., intersects the Cameron-Hidalgo County line, running thence
in a westerly direction along the north line of said railroad right-of-way to a
point where it intersects the east survey line of Porcion 80, thence northerly
along said survey line to a point where it intersects the West Edinburg Road,
thence westerly along the north right-of-way of said road to its intersection
with the west survey line of Porcion 73, thence northerly on said survey line
to a point where it intersects the Monte Christo Road, thence westerly along
said road to its intersection with the Starr-Hidalgo County line. That part of
Kinney County lying west of the following-described line-beginning at a point
where the Kinney-Val Verde County line is intersected by Highway No. 85,
running thence southeasterly along said highway to the intersection of the
Kinney-Maverick County line. That part of Maverick County lying west of the
following-described line-beginning at a point where the Kinney-Maverick
County line is intersected by Highway No. 85, running thence in a southeast-
erly direction along said highway to the north city limits of Eagle Pass, thence
easterly along the city limits to a point where it intersects the Southern Pacific
Railroad, thence southerly along the said railroad to the Kifuri Overall Factory
premises, thence in an easterly direction along the north survey line of said
premises to the Eagle Pass-Laredo River Road, thence in a southeasterly direc-
tion along this road to the Maverick-Webb County line. That part of Starr
County lying south and west of, and including all incorporated and unincorpo-
rated town sites intersected by, a line beginning at a point where the Rloma-
Hebbronville Road intersects the Jim Hogg-Starr County line. running thence
in a southerly direction along said road to a point where it intersects the
southwest survey line of the Buena Vista ranch, running thence southeasterly
along the south line of this ranch to a point where it intersects the southwest
line of the Las Escobas ranch, following the southwest line of this ranch to the
south corner, running thence in a northeasterly direction along the ranch survey
line to where it intersects the Las Escobas-Monterrey Road, running thence in
a southeasterly direction to a point where this road intersects the east survey
line of the Francisco-Antonio Villerreal Survey 108, thence southerly on this
survey line to a point where it intersects the east El Saus Road, thence run-
ning southeasterly along this road to a point where it intersects the Rio Grande-
Corpus Christi Road, thence running southerly on the west survey line of section
519 and easterly on the south survey line of sections 519 and 520 to the east
line of section 520, thence running southerly on the east line of section 134 to
the southeast corner of the survey, thence westerly on the south line of section
134 to a point where it intersects the east line of section 503. thence southerly
on the west survey line of the Rincon ranch to its southwest corner, theneo
easterly on the south line of the Rincon ranch to where it intersects the Hidalgo-
Starr County line. That part of Val Verde County lying south and west of the
following-described line-beginning at the mouth of Devils River where it
empties into the Rio Grande River. thence up Devils River in a northerly direc-
tion to the bridge on Highway No. 90 over said river, thence in a southerly

Properlyv equipped and noninfectious pens are maintained by the International & Great
Northern Railroad Co. within the quarantined area at Laredo, Webb County, Tex.



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direction along Highway No. 90 to a point where it intersects Highway No. 85,
thence in a southeasterly direction along Highway No. 85 to the Val Verde-
Kinney County line. That part of Webb County lying south and west of the
following-described line-beginning at a point on the Dimmit-Webb County line
where the Military Road intersects said line and following the Military Road
in a southeasterly direction to where this road intersects the south survey line
of the C. C. Tribble ranch, approximately 32 miles; following said line in a
northeasterly direction to the intersection of the south survey line of the Y.
Benavides Arroyo pasture, approximately 6% miles; thence in a southeasterly
direction on said line to the intersection of the north survey line of the Louis
Puig ranch, approximately 43/4 miles; thence in a northeasterly direction to
a point where this line intersects the Las Tiendas Road, approximately four-
fifths of a mile; thence in a southeasterly direction along said road to where
the Las Tiendas Road intersects the Rio Grande and Eagle Pass Railroad,
approximately 6% miles; following this railroad in a southeasterly direction
to where it intersects the south survey line of the L. R. Ortiz ranch, approxi-
mately 4 miles; running thence in a northeasterly direction along said survey
line to the northwest corner of the H. W. Nixon Farias pasture, approximately
4% miles; thence in a southeasterly direction along this survey line to the
southwest corner of the pasture, approximately 1% miles; running thence in
a northeasterly direction along the survey line to where it intersects the old
San Antonio Road, approximately two-fifths of a mile; following said road in
a southwesterly direction to where it intersects the south L. R. Ortiz survey
line, approximately 4 miles; thence in a southeasterly direction along said
survey line to the intersection of the north survey line of the A. M. Bruni
ranch, Tanquecitos pasture, approximately 4 miles; following this survey line
in a southeasterly direction to where it intersects the Laredo-Hebbronville
Highway (U. S. 96), approximately 3% miles; thence in a westerly direction
along this highway to the northwest corner of the S. V. Edwards survey,
approximately one-eighth of a mile; thence south along the west survey line
of the Edwards and M. A. Hirsch ranches to the southwest corner of the Hirsch
ranch, approximately 2% miles; thence in an easterly direction along the south
survey line of the Hirsch ranch to where it intersects the A. M. Bruni Tulle
ranch, approximately 8% miles;, following the west survey line of this ranch
in a southerly direction to the northwest corner of the A. M. Bruni Burritas
ranch pasture, approximately 7% miles; following the west survey line of this
pasture south to where it intersects the A. M. Bruni Jaral pasture, approxi-
mately 2% miles; thence following the north survey line to the northeast corner
of the pasture; thence along the east survey line to the southeast corner of
this Jaral pasture; thence along the south survey line of this pasture to the
Webb-Zapata County line, approximately 27A/o miles. That part of Zapata
County lying west of the following-described line-beginning at a point on the
Starr-Zapata County line where the Perdenqil ranch's east survey line intersects
said county line; thence in a northwesterly direction along said survey line to
the Las Abritas ranch, approximately 3% miles; thence following the northeast
survey line of said ranch to its intersection with the Lampasitas ranch survey
line, approximately 1 mile; thence along the northeast survey line of said
ranch to its northeast corner, approximately 3 miles; thence along the north-
east survey line of the Buenos Aires ranch to its northeast corner, approxi-
mately 3Y miles; thence along the east survey line of the Porvenir ranch
approximately two-fifths of a mile to a right corner; thence east on said
survey line to the intersection of the La Sabana ranch southwest survey line,
approximately 1 mile; thence in a northwesterly direction to the northwest
corner of said ranch, approximately 14/% miles; thence in a northeasterly direc-
tion along the northwest survey line of this ranch to its northeast corner,
approximately 1% miles; thence along the northeast survey line of the Humaran
ranch to the Bandera pasture, approximately 4%2 miles; thence along the
northeast survey line of this pasture to the San Antonio ranch, approximately
two-fifths of a mile: following the survey line of this ranch east, approximately
one-fourth of a mile; thence northwest approximately 12/% miles to the inter-
section of the Salomoneno ranch; thence southwest along the south line of
said ranch, approximately 1% miles: thence northwest along the west survey
line to the intersection of the Venados ranch, approximately 2% miles: thence
following the southwest survey line of this ranch in a northwesterly direction
to the intersection of the Union ranch, approximately 5V miles: thence fol-
lowing the northeast survey line of this ranch to the intersection of the Santa
Nina pasture, approximately 3 miles; thence following the northeast survey




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line of the Santa Nina ranch in a northwesterly direction to its northeast
corner, approximately 1% miles; thence along the north survey line of the
E. Gutierrez pasture in a northeasterly direction to the Jaral pasture, approxi-
mately four-fifths of a mile; thence northwest along the west line of said
pasture to the northwest corner, approximately 11A miles; thence in a north-
easterly direction along the northwest survey line of this pasture to the Webb-
Zapata County line, approximately 7% miles.
Rule 1, revision 37 (B. A. I. Order 369), dated November 15, 1988, effective
December 1, 1938, shall cease to be effective on and after December 15, 1939,
on and after which date this rule 1, revision 38, which for purposes of identifica-
tion is designated as B. A. I. Order 372, shall become and be effective until
otherwise ordered.

SDone in the city of Washington this 29th day of November,
1939.
Si~f t I ~Witness my hand and the seal of the Department of Agri-
culture.
H. A. WAnecs,
S O Secretary of Agriculture.

INTERPRETATION
The effect of this order is as follows:
In Florida: The remainder of Glades and Highlands Counties is released from
quarantine.
In Texas: Angelina, Hardin, Polk, and Shelby Counties and parts of Cameron,
Webb, and Zapata Counties are released from quarantine; and parts of Val
Verde, Kinney, and Maverick Counties are quarantined.
In Puerto Rico: A part of the Territory of Puerto Rico is released from
quarantine.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: IIS3