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Issued July 1938


(B. A. I. Order 365)


United States Department of Agriculture
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


REGULATIONS
BREEDS AND
ANIMALS


GOVERNING THE RECOGNITION OF
BOOKS OF RECORD OF PUREBRED


Effective on and after July 16, 1938


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.
Under authority of paragraph 1606 of the act of Congress approved June 17,
19301 entitled "An act to provide revenue, to regulate commerce with foreign
countries, to encourage the industries of the United States, to protect Ameri-
can labor, and for other purposes," the following regulations are issued govern-
ing the recognition of breeds and books of record of purebred animals imported
into the United States for breeding purposes. For purposes of identification
these regulations are designated as B. A. I. Order 365 and supersede all pre-
vious regulations on the same subject. They shall become and be effective on
and after July 15, 1938.
Done at Washington this 17th day of June 1938.
Witness my hand and the seal of the Department of
t^ Agriculture.


Secretary of Agriculture.

Par. 1606 of the Tariff Act of 1930 is quoted, in part, on p. 8 of this order.
1 Pa~r. 1600 of the Tariff Act of 1930 is quoted, in part, on p. 8 of this order.


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DIRECTIONS CONCERNING FREE ENTRY OF PUREBRED
ANIMALS IMPORTED FOR BREEDING PURPOSES

Address all questions relating to duties to the United States col-
lector of customs at the port of entry. In all cases the duty is
assessed or bond given for its payment at the time of entry. Refund
is made or the bond canceled after the importation has been certified
as purebred.
The Department of Agriculture issues the certificate of pure breed-
ing which the collector of customs requires as one of the conditions
of free entry. The certificates are issued only if the following
requirements are met:
1. The importer must be an American citizen.
2. The horse, bovine, sheep, swine, goat, dog, or cat must be regis-
tered in one of the foreign books of record listed in this order, or
must be acceptable for registry by an American breed record associa-
tion having reciprocity with the foreign association with which it is
recorded.
3. The animal must be accompanied at the United States port of
first arrival by:
(a) Pedigree certificate.
(b) Complete transfer of ownership from foreign breeder to
American importer.
4. After the animal has been examined by a Federal inspector, the
pedigree certificate and transfer must be forwarded to the Bureau
of Animal Industry, Washington, D. C. They will later be returned to
the sender.
5. Description of the animal taken at port of entry must agree with
pedigree certificate as to age. sex, color markings, and other identifi-
cation such as eartag and tattoo markings.
6. An application for certificate of pure breeding must be made
showing:
(a) Number of animals imported, their breed and sex.
(b) Port of arrival into the United States.
(c) Name of vessel, express company, or other carrier.
(d) Date of arrival.
(e) Name and address of importer.
7. An affidavit4 of identity must be furnished, signed by the im-
porter or his agent, stating that the animals are identical with those
described in the accompanying pedigree certificates. This must be
acknowledged before an officer having authority to administer oaths,
who must attach his official seal thereto.
Importers may obtain from Federal officials at port of entry or
from the Bureau of Animal Industry, Washington, D. C., application
and affidavit forms for use in applying for the certificate of pure
breeding. These forms are:
(a) A. H. Form 105, Application for Certificates.
(b) A. H. Form 283, Affidavit of Identity.
Address all communications regarding this order to: Chief, Bureau
of Animal Industry, United States Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C.



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REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE RECOGNITION OF BREEDS AND
BOOKS OF RECORD OF PUREBRED ANIMALS

Regulation 1.-Certification of Purebred Animals

SECTION 1. Issuance of certificates of pure breeding.-The Bureau of Animal
Industry of the Department of Agriculture shall issue certificates of pure
breeding under the provisions of this order and forward them to the collector
of customs at the port of entry.
SEC. 2. Requirements for issuance of certificates of pure breeding:
Paragraph 1. Application for certifitcates.-An application for certificates
shall be made to the Bureau of Animal Industry on forms furnished or ap-
proved by the Department, showing the number of animals imported, the
breed and sex, the port of arrival into the United States, customs entry num-
ber, the name of the vessel or carrier by which shipped, and the date of ar-
rival. This application may be signed by either the owner, agent, or im-
porter, stating the name and address (in the United States) of the owner of
the animal or animals.
Par. 2. Certificates of pedigree.-Certificates of pedigree for such animals,
issued by the custodian of a book of record given in regulation 2, section 2,
of this order, or which are acceptable to an American registry association
having reciprocity with the foreign association in the registration of animals,
shall be furnished to the Bureau of Animal Industry. They will later be
returned to the sender.
Par. 3. Transfer of ownership.-Complete transfer of ownership from the
breeder to the importer shall be furnished, such transfer to be recorded on
the pedigree certificates, or on official certificates of transfer of the registry
association.
Par. 4. Affidavit of identity.-An affidavit, duly acknowledged before an offi-
cer having authority to administer oaths and bearing his official seal, from
the owner, agent, or importer, that the animals so imported are the identical
animals described in the certificates of pedigree, shall be furnished to the
Bureau of Animal Industry.
SC. 3. Examination of anfdnals.-An examination (for the purpose of de-
termining identity) shall be made by an authorized Federal inspector at the
coast or border port of arrival of all animals imported under these regula-
tions. All such animals must be accompanied to the United States customs-
port of first arrival with pedigree certificates and transfers in order that
identification may be accomplished. If the animals are moved from such port
prior to the presentation of the pedigree certificates and transfers, such action
shall constitute a waiver of any further claim to certification under these
regulations. Descriptions of animals taken by the Federal inspector must
agree with the records for these animals as given in the pedigree certificates.
The certificates of pure breeding will not be issued until these descriptions
are received in Washington, D. C.
SEC. 4. Eligibility of animals.-When the provisions of this order have
been otherwise complied with, animals will be certified as purebred which
have been fully registered in good faith in a book of record for one of the
recognized breeds given in regulation 2, section 2, of this order, except those
which have been registered on inspection, without regard to purity of breeding.

Regulation 2.-Recognition of Breeds

SECTION 1. Current books of record required.-Custodians of books of record
for recognized breeds should forward volumes of their books of record as
soon as published in order to receive continued recognition. Address such
books to the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, in care of the United
States dispatch agent, 45 Broadway, New York, N. Y., U. S. A.
So. 2. Recognized breeds and books of record.-The following books of
record of breeds of domestic animals are recognized:
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Par. 1. Breeds and books of record in countries other than Canada, as
follows:
CATTLE

Name of breed Book of record By whom published


Aberdeen-Angus-......
Africander ---------

Alderney............


Ayrshire .--------

Charolaise--..------

Devon...........------
Dexter-............----
Galloway---....----

Guernsey..........---

Do ...........

Hereford.............-
Highland...-........

Holstein-Friesian -.--

Do................

Jersey.................

Do...-......--.-

Kerry......-- ........
Do.----.....---
Norman------..--....



Red Danish..--.....


Red Poll ....-- ....

Shorthorn --------.-


South Devon--..-----

Sussex-------.......-
Welsh...........


Aberdeen-Angus Herd
Book.
Africander Section of the
South African Stud
Book.
Herd Book of the Baili-
wick of Guernsey (Al-
derney Branch).
Ayrshire Herd Book......

Herd Book De La Race
Bovine Oharolaise.
Davy's Devon Herd Book.
Dexter Herd Book........
Galloway Herd Book......

English Guernsey Herd
Book.
Herd Book of the Baili-
wick of Guernsey
(Guernsey Branch).
Herd Book of Hereford
Cattle.
Highland Herd Book..---

Friesch Rundvee-Stam-
book.


Nederlandsch
Stamboek.


Rundvee-


Jersey Herd Book-.......

English Jersey Herd Book.

British Kerry Cattle Herd
Book.
Kerry Cattle Herd Book-
Herd-Book de la Race
Bovine Normande Pure'
Stambog over K0er af R0d
Dansk Malkerace.
Stambog over Tyre af R~d
Dansk Malkerace.
Register-Stambog over
Kvaeg af R0d Dansk
Malkerace.
Red Poll Herd Book...

Coates's Herd Book-..---


Herd Book of
Devon Cattle.


South


Sussex Herd Book........
Welsh Black Cattle Herd
Book.


Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society, James R. Barclay,
secretary, 91 Union Street, Aberdeen, Scotland.
South African Stud Book Association, W. Smith,
secretary, Whiteco House, St. Andrew Street,
Bloemfontein, Union of South Africa.
Royal Alderney Agricultural Society (The Alderney
Branch of the Royal Guernsey A. and H. Society),
G. H. Thrussell, secretary, High Street, Alderney,
Channel Islands.
Ayrshire Cattle Herd Rook Society of Great B1ta:n
and Ireland, Hugh Bone, secretary, 58 Alloway
Street, Ayr, Scotland.
Syndicat Central D'Exportation De La Race Bovine
Charolaise, Etienne Chatelin, secretary, 9, Rue
Gambetta, Nevers, France.
Devon Cattle Breeders' Society, A. E. Gerrard,
secretary, Wiveliscombe, Somerset, England.
Dexter Cattle Society, Edward Ashby, secretary,
19 Bloomsbury Square, London, W. C. 1, England.
Galloway Cattle Society of Great Britain and Ireland,
James Carlyle, secretary, Minsca, Waterbeck,
Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland.
English Guernsey Cattle Society, Robert F. Ling,
secretary, 12 Hanover Square, London, W. 1,
England.
Royal Guernsey Agricultural and Horticultural
Society, Ernest de Garis, secretary, States Arcade,
Guernsey, Channel Islands.
Hereford Herd Book Society, W. G. C. Britten,
secretary, 3 Offa Street, Hereford, England.
Highland Cattle Society of Scotland, Angus Cam-
eron, secretary, 182 Eastwood Mains Road, Clarks-
ton, Glasgow, Scotland.
Vereeniging: "Het Friesch Rundvee-Stamboek," dr.
E. van Welderen Baron Rengers, secretary, Zuider-
plein 2-4, Leeuwarden, Netherlands.
Vereeniging: "Het Nederlandsche Rundvee-Stam-
boek," Itr. H. Wibbens, secretary, 24 Surinames-
traat, The Hague, Netherlands.
Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society,
H. G. Shepard, secretary, 3 Mulcaster Street, St.
Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands.
English Jersey Cattle Society, Edward Ashby,
secretary, 19 Bloomsbury Square, London, W. C. 1,
England.
British Kerry Cattle Society, M. R. Leather, secre-
tary, 12 Hanover square, London, W. 1, England.
Royal Dublin Society, J. Hesketh Carnegie, editor,
Ball's Bridge, Dublin, Ireland.
L'Association du Herd-Book Normand, LMon
HF6diard, secretary general, Caen, France.

De Samvirkende Danske Landboforeninger, M.
Nielsen, registrar, Axelborg 4 Sal, Copenhagen V.
Denmark.

RedPoll Cattle Society of Great Britain and Ireland,
C. H. Clarke, secretary, 29 Warrington Road,
Ipswich, England.
Shorthorn Society of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland Leonard Bull, secretary,
Victoria House, Southampton Row, London, W.
C. 1, England.
South Devon Herd Book Society, S. Arthur Yeo,
secretary, 3 West Street, Okehampton, Devon,
England.
Sussex Herd Book Society, A. G. Holland, secretary,
12 Hanover Square, London, W. 1, England.
Welsh Black Cattle Society, G. 0. Thomas, secre-
tary, Bank Chambers, Bangor, North Wales.


I Provided that no cattle registered in this book shall be certified as purebred unless a certificate, giving
S generations of complete and recorded purebred ancestry, issued by the association named, is submitted
for each animal.





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HORSES


Name of breed


Arabian.----------
Do..---------
Do..----------

Do..----------

Belgian.--------------

Cleveland Bay--------

Clydesdale----------

East Prussian...--.---

Hackney -------------
Percheron-.......-----

Do-.----------

Shetland Pony--------

Shire.----------.-
Suffolk.--------------
Thoroughbred--------

Do
Do .....--- ........
Do--------

Do-------..--..
Do.---------.-
Do...----------

Welsh Pony and Cob_-


Book of record


General Stud Book....---
Stud Book Argentino ..-.
Registro-Matricula de
Caballos de Pura
Sangre.
Stud Book Francais Reg-
istre des Chevaux de
Pur Sang.
Stud-Book des Chevaux
de Trait Beiges.
Cleveland Bay Stud Book.

Clydesdale Stud-Book --....-

Ostpreussisches Stutbuch
ffir Warmblut Trakeh-
ner Abstammung.2
Hackney Stud Book ......
British Percheron Stud
Book.
Stud-Book Percheron de
France.
Shetland Pony Stud Book.

Shire Horse Stud Book..--..-
Suffolk Stud-Book -....-.
Australian Stud Book..-.

General Stud Book........
New Zealand Stud Book.-

Registro-Matricula de Ca-
ballos de Pura Sangre.
Stud Book Argentino- ....
Stud Book Francais Reg-
istre des Cbevaux de
Par Sang.
Welsh Stud Book....


By whom published


Weatherby & Sons, 15 Cavendish Square, London,
W. 1, England.
Jockey Club, Felix Alzaga Unzue, president, Buenos
Aires, Argentina.
General Livestock Administration. The Minister of
Agriculture, Madrid, Spain.
Commission du Studbook FranCais de Pur Sang. M.
de Villaine, director of Haras for the Minister of
Agriculture, Paris, France.
Soci6t6 Royale "Le Cheval de Trait Beige," Cheva-
lier Hynderick de Theulegoet, secretary, 60 rue
Royale, Brussels, Belgium.
Cleveland Bay Horse Society, Tom Kirby, secretary,
Great Ayton (Middlesbrough), Yorkshire, Eng-
land.
Clydesdale Horse Society of the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Ireland, Samuel Mackenzie,
secretary, 93 Hope Street, Glasgow, C. 2, Scotland.
Ostpreussische Stutbuchgesellschaft, Dr. F. Schilke,
secretary, Wallring 30, Kbnigsberg (Pr.), Germany.
Hackney Horse Society, Robert F. Ling, secretary,
12 Hanover Square, London, W. 1, England.
British Percheron Horse Society, Edward Ashby,
secretary, 19 Bloomsbury Square, London, W. C. 1,
England.
Socift6 Hippique Percheronne de France, E.
LemariA, secretary, 7 Rue Villette-Gatd, Nogent-le-
Rotrou (E-&-L), France.
Shetland Pony Stud-Book Society, Robert W.
Walker, secretary, 3 Golden Square, Aberdeen,
Scotland.
Shire Horse Society, A. G. Holland, secretary, 12
Hanover Square, London, W. 1, England.
Suffolk Horse Society, Raymond Keer, secretary, 6
Church Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk, England.
Australian Jockey Club and Victoria Racing Club,
A. Loddon Yuille, keeper. 6 Bligh Street, Sydney,
New South Wales, Australia.
Weatherby & Sons, 15 Cavendish Square, London,
W. 1, England.
New Zealand Racing Conference, H. R. Sellers,
secretary. Dominion Building, Mercer and Wake-
field Streets, Wellington, New Zealand.
General Livestock Administration. The Minister
of Agriculture, Madrid, Spain.
Jockey Club, Felix Alzaga Unzue, president, Buenos
Aires, Argentina.
Commission du Studbook Franvais de Pur Sang,
M. de Villaine, director of Haras for the Minister
of Agriculture, Paris, France.
Welsh Pony and Cob Society, T. A. Howson, secre-
tary, Offices of the Royal Welsh Agricultural
Society, Queen Buildings, Queen Street, Wrexham,
North Wales.


2 Provided that no horses registered in this book shall be certified as purebred unless a certificate, giving
3 generations of complete and recorded purebred ancestry, issued by the association named, is submitted
for each horse.

ASSES

Poitou .---.-----.--.- Jack and Jennet Section of SociSt6 Centrale d'Agriculture des Deux-SFvre
the Stud-Book ou Livre Eugene Sagot, president, Niort, France.
G6n6alogique des Ani-
maux Mulassiers du
Poitou.









SHEEP


Name of breed Book of record By whom published


Cheviot.-------------. -
Corried ale------------

Do-....-...---....

Dorset Horn---__ -

Hampshire Down-....

Kent or Romney
Marsh.
Kerry Hill -.---.-


Leicester-----------.-

Leicester (Border)--.-

Lincoln-----------

Oxford Down ------..

Ryeland------------.-

Shropshire----------..

Southdown----------
Suffolk................
Wensleydale-------...


Cheviot Sheep Flock
Book.
The Australasian Corrie-
dale Society Flock Book.
Corriedale Flock Book-...-

Dorset Horn Flock Book-

Hampshire Down Flock
Book.
Kent or Romney Marsh
Flock Book.
Kerry Hill Flock Book -...--


Leicester Flock Book.----

Border Leicester Flock
Book.
Flock Book of Lincoln
Longwool Sheep.
Flock Book Oxford Down
Sheep.
Ryeland Flock Book------

Shropshire Flock Book ----

Southdown Flock Book.-.-
Suffolk Flock Book-----..
Wensleydale Longwool
Sheep Flock Book.


Cheviot Sheep Society, George Davidson, secretary,
1 Bridge Street, Hawick, Scotland.
The Australasian Corriedale Society, G. C. Somer-
ville, secretary, Endeavour House, 33 Macquarie
Place, Sydney, Australia.
The Corriedale Sheep Society, Inc., C. H. Lawrence,
secretary, 154 Hereford Street, Christehurch, New
Zealand.
Dorset Horn Sheep Breeders' Association, J. Dean
Smith, secretary, Bank Chambers, Dorchester,
Dorset, England.
Hampshire Down Sheep Breeders' Association,
W. J. Wooff, secretary, 49 Canal, Salisbury,
England.
Kent or Romney Marsh Sheep Breeders' Associa-
tion, W. A. Ball, secretary, Victoria House, South-
ampton Row, London, W. C. 1, England.
Kerry Hill (Wales) Sheep Breeders' Association
and Flock Book Society, Morris, Marshall, and
Poole, secretaries, Newtown, Montgomeryshire,
England.
Leicester Sheep Breeders' Association, C. H. Simp-
son, secretary, Roselea, Hunmanby, Filey, Yorks,
England.
Society of Border Leicester Sheep Breeders, Rose
J. E. Grant, secretary, 11 St. Ronan's Terrace,
Edinburgh, Scotland.
Lincoln Longwool Sheep Breeders' Association,
Fred P. Taylor, secretary, 184 High Street, Lincoln,
England.
Oxford Down Sheep Breeders' Association, Maxwell
& Stilgoe, secretaries, 21 Marlborough Road,
Banbury, Oxon, England.
Ryeland Flock Book Society, Ltd., William Henry
Woodcock, secretary, St. Cuthbert's, Whitecross
Road, Hereford, England.
Shropshire Sheep Breeders' Association and Flock
Book Society, Alfred Mansell & Co., secretaries,
College Hill, Shrewsbury, England.
Southdown Sheep Society, Inc., W. 0. Stride, secre-
tary, 63 East Street, Chichester, Sussex, England.
Suffolk Sheep Society, Guy P. Lempriere, secretary,
24 Princes Street, Ipswich, England.
The Wensleydale Longwool Sheep Breeders' Associa-
tion, J. B. Walker, secretary, Boarbank Farm,
Grange-over-Sands, England.


GOATS

Saanen and Toggen- British Goat Society Herd British Goat Society, H. E. Jeffery, secretary, The
burg. Book (Saanen and Tog- Cottage, Roydon, Diss, Norfolk, England.
genburg sections).


HOGS

Large Black--------- Large Black Pig Society Large Black Pig Society, B. J. Roche, secretary, 12
Berkshire Herd Book. Hanover Square, London, W. 1, England.
Large White ----------Herd Book of the National National Pig Breeders' Association, Alec Hobson,
Middle White --------- Pig Breeders' Associa- secretary, Victoria House, Southampton Row,
Tamworth .W --------- I tion. London, W. C. 1, England.







DOGS3

Name of breed Book of record By whom published


Boxer.-----------

Dobermannpinscher. --

Foxhound-------------

Do---------------.
German Shepherd- - -

Great Dane-----------
Greyhound------------
Do----------------
Harrier and Beagle -- --

Rottweiler...--------
St. Bernard---------

Schnauzers and Pin-
schers.
Various recognized
breeds.
Do--- --------
Do..--------..----

Do.------------

Do.---------
Do------- --

Do---....------.......-


Boxer-Zuchtbuch---- -----

Zuchtbuch der Fachschaft
fir Dobermannpinscher.
Foxhound Kennel Stud
Book.
Welsh Hound Stud Book--
Reichs-Zuchtbuch (Abtei-
lung: Deutsche Schafer-
hunde).
Stammbuch fair Deutsche
Doggen.
Greyhound Stud Book.-..-
Irish Greyhound Stud
Book.
Harrier and Beagle Stud
Book.

Reichs-Zuchtbuch (Abtei-
lung: Rottweiler).
Zucht buch der Fachschaft
fir Bernhardiner.
Zuchtbuch der Fachschaft
fiir Schnauzer und Pin-
scher.
-Irish Kennel Club Stud-
book.
Kennel Club Studbook --....-


Livre des
Soci6te
Hubert.
Livre des
gais.


Origines de la
Royhle Saint-
Origines Fran-


Norsk Hunde-Stambok - -
Schweizerisches Hunde-
stammbuch.
Zuchtbuch fiir Rauhhaar-
ige Terrier.


Fachschaft fiir Deutsche Boxer, Max Haunstetter,
secretary, Osterwaldstrasse 6 b, Miinchen 23, Ger-
many.
Fachschaft fiur Dobermannpinscher, Walter Kappe,
secretary, Lichtenrader Weg. 3, Berlin-Buckow-
West, Germany.
Masters of Foxhounds Association, Maj. Cecil A.
Pelham, secretary, 3 St. James Square, London,
S.'W. 1, England.
Welsh Hound Association, W. M. Llewellyn, secre-
tary, Tynewydd, Hirwaun, Aberdare, England.
Fachschaft ffir Deutsche Schiferhunde, Fr. Schaeller,
director, Ulmerstr. 3, Augsburg 3, Germany.
Deutscher Doggen-Verein, C. Narbe, secretary,
Leipzigerstr. 74, Hanau a. M., Germany.
National Coursing Club, Sydney H. Dalton, secre-
tary, 11 Haymarket, London, S. W. 1, England.
Irish Coursing Club, T. A. Morris, secretary, Davis
Road, Clonmel. Ireland.
Association of Masters of Harriers and Beagles, J.
Pawle, secretary, Little Havers, Bishop's Stort-
ford, England.
Fachschaft fir Rottweiler, Fr. Bazille, president,
Rotenwaldstrasse 83 a. Stuttgart-W, Germany.
Fachschaft ffir Bernhardiner, Max Ndther, secretary,
Untermenzing, Post Allach bei MUinchen. Ger-
many.
Fachschaft fiir Schnauzer und Pinscher, Josef Best,
Breeding Warden, Wehrheim im Taunus, Ger-
many.
Irish .Kennel Club, Richard G. Quirk, secretary, 23
Eden Quay, Dublin, C. 8, Ireland.
English Kennel Club. H. T. W. Bowell, secretary, 84
Piccadilly, London, W. 1, England.
Socit60 Royale Saint-Hubert, Maurice Puissant,
secretary, Chaussee Saint-Pierre, 391, Brussels, Bel-
gium.
SociWte Centrale Canine pour l'Amelioration des
Races de Chiens en France, Paul Bert, secretary, 3
Rue de Choiseul, Paris 2. France.
Norsk Kennelklub, Birger Berggrav, secretary, Aker-
sgaten 18 1, Oslo, Norway.
Schweizerische Kynologischen Gesellschaft, C. Witt-
wer, secretary, Waldegg, Liebefeld bei Bern, Swit-
zerland.
Fachschaft fiir Rauhhaarige Terrier, Heinrich Kaeuf-
fer. president, Kelsterbach bei Frankfur'. am Main.
Germany.


3 Provided that no dogs registered in books named shall be certified as purebred unless a 3-generation
certificate of pedigree issued by 1 of the associations named is submitted for elch dog.

CATS

Long-haired and short- Register of the Governing Governing Council of the Cat Fancy, H. F. Barrat,
haired. Council of the Cat secretary, 14 Coleherne Road, London, S. W. 10,
Fancy. England.

4 Provided that no cats registered in the book named shall be certified as purebred unless a 3-generation
certificate of pedigree issued by the Governing Council is submitted for each cat.

Par. 2. Books of record in Canada.-The books of record of the Canadian
National Live Stock Records, Ottawa, Canada, are recognized for the following
breeds: Provided, That no animal or animals registered in the Canadian Na-
tional Live Stock Records shall be certified by the Secretary of Agriculture




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as purebred unless such animal or animals trace only to animals which are
proved to the satisfaction of the Department to be of the same breed:

Cattle Sheep Horses Hogs Goats

Aberdeen Angus. Blackface. Belgian Draft. Berkshire. Angora.
Ayrshire. Cheviot. Clydesdale. Chester White. Nubian.
Brown Swiss. Corriedale. Hackney. Duroc-Jersey. Saanen.
Canadian. Cotswold. Percheron. Hampshire. Toggenburg.
Galloway. Dorset Horn. Shetland Pony. Large Black.
Guernsey. Hampshire. Shire. Poland China.
Hereford. Kerry Hill. Standardbred. Tamworth.
Jersey. Leicester. Suffolk. Yorkshire.
Red Poll. Lincoln. Thoroughbred.
Shorthorn. Merino. Welsh Pony and Cob.
Oxford Down.
Rambouillet.
Ryeland.
Shropshire.
Southdown.
Suffolk.

Par. 8. Holstein-Friesian cattle.-The Holstein-Friesian Association of Canada,
of which G. M. Clemons, of Brantford, Ontario, Canada, is secretary and editor,
is recognized for the Holstein-Friesian breed registered in the Holstein-Friesian
Herd Book of that association.
Par. 4. Dogs in Canada.-The Canadian Kennel Club Stud Book (Canadian
National Live Stock Records) is recognized for all the breeds of dogs registered
therein: Provided, That no dog or dogs so registered shall be certified as pure-
bred unless a three-generation certificate of pedigree issued by the Canadian
Kennel Club is submitted for each dog.

Regulation 3.-Recognition of Additional Breeds
Application for recognition.-Before a book of record shall be added to 'those
in this order, the custodian of such book of record shall submit to the Depart-
ment a complete set of the published volumes of that book up to the date of
making application, together with a copy of all rules and forms in force on
said date affecting the registration of animals in said book.

PARAGRAPH 1606 (a) (b) OF THE TARIFF ACT OF 1930
Extract from "An act to provide revenue, to regulate commerce with foreign
countries, to encourage the industries of the United States, to protect American
labor, and for other purposes," approved June 17, 1930 (U. S. C., Sup. VII,
Title 19, Sec. 1201), is as follows:
Par. 1606. (a) Any animal imported by a citizen of the United States specially for
breeding purposes, shall be admitted free, whether intended to be used by the importer
himself or for sale for such purposes, except black or silver foxes: Provided, That no
such animal shall be admitted free unless pure bred of a recognized breed and duly
registered in a book of record recognized by the Secretary of Agriculture for that breed:
Provided further, That the certificate of such record and pedigree of such animal shall
be produced and submitted to the Department of Agriculture, duly authenticated by the
proper custodian of such book of record, together with an affidavit of the owner, agent,
or importer that the animal imported is the identical animal described in said certificate
of record and pedigree. The Secretary of Agriculture may prescribe suck regulations
as may be required for determining the purity of breeding and the identity of such animal:
And provided further, That the collectors of customs shall require a certificate from the
Department of Agriculture stating that such animal is pure bred of a recognized breed and
duly registered in a book of record recognized by the Secretary of Agriculture for that
breed.
(b) The Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe such additional regulations as may
be required for the strict enforcement of this provision.


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