Regulations governing the sanitary handling and control of hides, fleshings, hide cuttings, parings, and glue stock, she...

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Regulations governing the sanitary handling and control of hides, fleshings, hide cuttings, parings, and glue stock, sheepskins and goatskins and parts thereof, hair, wool, and other animal by-products, hay, straw, forage, or similar material offered for entry into the United States
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14 p. : ; 23 cm.
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English
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United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry
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Washington, D.C.
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Statement of Responsibility:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.
General Note:
B.A.I. order 335.
General Note:
"Effective October 1, 1932"

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University of Florida
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BaCIQV WJVR 4ING THE SANITARY HANDLING
77W LOP HIDES, FLESHINGS,HIDE CUTTINGS,
SAND GLUE STOCK, SHEEPSKINS AND GOAT-
PAWF$S THEREOF, HAIR, WOOL, AND OTHER
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|ith-e at of Congress approved February 2, 1903, entitled
tbp 8retary of Agriculture to more effectually suppress
........ .. of contagious and infectious diseases of livestock, and
12; 8Stat. 791), the following regulations are issued for
............i the introduction of anthrax, foot-and-mouth diseased
....... .foreign countries into the United States.
a:si identification these regulations are designated as B. A. I.
qjjkti* heretofore issued by the Secretary of Agriculture
.er date of November 24, 1928, effective May 1, 1929, and
+-I.::. Ordir 313, are. hereby revoked, to take effect on
,ss.. and after which .date the regulations herein prescribed
an-Hd be effective until otherwise ordered.




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lH tendons, or other parts o.t mules omensm Ystabh2
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*'If)O~d meal: Dried blood of r.animals. . -
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7WRae: Any food suitablefor d nmal im.. ^tXa,
ae and straw: Dried graqeof ailoLal
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Chaff: Small cut or broken Wttekii 'f." lb r i
materials with or without some proportion of haull ...
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No products or materials sp-ciSMd in these regulatias shall
into the United States, unless there be shown upon tde ocomasr
son other manner satisfactory to the ,-.~- of mrNaut the :a i
of origin of such product or material, provided that tim
shall be construed to mean, (a) in tfe ems C i animal
country in which such product was tabs nfso an animal OW :. i
(b) in the case of other materials, the tonutty In tWhia such in.tfl..
produced.
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Reguaiom Le-By-Products from Diemmid AhU1 P htb1
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No animal by-product taken or removed. from ..anaimal aEM "
anthrax, Seootand-mouth disease, or rinderpest shell e ImpeM in
United States. e *...e t. ..
*- RegulatIon 4.-InPortatlaM from Canada

No rquireaent or condition of the following regulaUo e regi
I3 shall be eostrued to apply to product or material sel this
original I Canada and imported direety thereftioI nto thM UniB UM
Such p.....aM materials not originating In but Importe~ late th DIMi
of Canad l hmtaer foreign country may bIe 1m0.tk tivf tuN14
United SF 1. withoat compliance with the foflowl tula t hsx S
panied by ot signed by a veterinarians the etaB tJt6 I. d fiM
a salary.....l....... Government tafnt tat tbqi ha~b p
into Cans if1^,76e with the CanadIan MPrqv it
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*'tetoT ~nftiM alef caitt*e buffalov and boom or other eqaW
aod nntaimlax rcflW~~n.4 fifwi Ilkn. orh sel-to whiah d
NoW. jMiite.o elt ofte oe.lo In .r. oa of paragragk '
S f~iYed atn o into the unitd sIates except id
t dance with section t this regulation
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ftg h ofu th e dountmty of origin In which, to the best of his knowledge
Iiiili! Rthrax is not prevalent and neither foot-and-mouth disease nor
tt~tior'
ried hidus and skins may be Imported without other restriction
lNed'l It by a certificate signed by a consular officer showing that the
.. skins covered by the Invoice specified in said certificate were take
tietthe section of the country of origin In which, to the best of
Land belief, anthrax In not prevalent; or
IPM i :and "stkins consigned from a point at which there Is suitable
mflpamnt for their disinfection by immersion may be imported without other
111 It accompanied by a certificate signed by a consular officer showing
..: th hides and skiinA covered by the Invoice specified in said certificate have
.lk dsinfected under the supervision of a member of the consular staff
ae: Ad-the methods approved or which may hereafter be approved by
t a rh ides; and skins taken from animals slaughtered under national
m Ispections in a country and in an abattoir in which is maintained
.i......WMO tton service found by the Secretary of Agriculture to be adequate
ftatl they I have been removed from animals found at time of slaughter
eXe from anthrax, foot-and-mouth disease, and rinderpest, and to further
p zthe j la lMentity of such waterlals until loaded upon the transporting vessel,
reported: without other restriction if accompanied by a certificate
..... -the seal of the proper department of such national government and
:.fa flieial., veterinary inspector of such country showing that the
Per/bed hides or skins were taken from animals slaughtered in such
m|||^ abattoir and found free from anthrax, .foot-and-mouth disease, and
!L 1kW Mdw.a d skins may be imported without other restriction if shown,
l G .tle; by an inspector or by certificate of the shipper or importer
~||~! ..Motryo said inspector, to have been pickled in a solution of salt con-
0lMAnral acid and packed in barrels or casks while still wet with such
.' B Aga skins may be imported without other restriction if shown
ilt wti by aninspector, or by certificate of the shipper or importer
A: M:w sawlai inspector, to have been treated with lime in such manner
...... i ~~reh Dperioq as.. to have become dehaired and to have reached the stage
Mnrag4i#m for immediate manufacture into; products ordinarily made from
I*h ides and skins offered for importation into the United States
Hil g *. w tAot met the conditions or requirements of section 1 of this regu-
lat!i shall be handled and. treated in the following manner after arrival at
fM Aiv: u l be consigned from the coast or border port of arrival to an
;:" e N t ,scbarging drainage into an approved sewerage system or having
Am: wroted chlorinating equipment adequate for the proper disinfection of
t: ram'i:ill*:e4, however, That under special circumstances the chief of
bIs.us .. rnit the shipment of such hides and skins to tanneries not so
.:S t Pt fsujg equipped, subject to disinfection by such method or methods
a rag: p .prescribe: Provided, also, That upon special permission of the
ii. b"re. u .such hides. or skins may be stored for a temporary period in
f*l..~q .qmi rehbouses under bond,, and under the supervision of a bureau in-
qs er:. And proid f.rther. That I. T,, or in-lond shipments of hides or
:::A ; forward wuder customs .eals from a coast or border port of
.wuilpaa with the approval of a bureau inspector at said port, to another port
H.. *4,Iitoid..tu4tes g1r: consumption .entry subject to the other provisions of
4si s section;
Y .h-, ysa,.,be moved from the coast or border port of arrival, or in
`1 T qg*J Tmor in-bond shipments, mentioned in paragraph 1 of this section, .rom
* *ip t or pert, to ,cie establishment cars or,. trucks, or, when especially
.. ruitted by the bureau, in vessel compartments, with no other materials
.W|jedi therein, sealed with. seals of the department which shall not be broken
eAy bureau inspectors or .other persons authorized by the chief o. bureau.
iS40o, without sealing as aforesaidc, and with other freight when packed
:: S tifieataunder this paragraph may be issued only at points -where -sufficient.con-
Ar'sw staff is stationed to supervise disinfection and is available for such work.
Qi se ]fw of countries of this character will be furnished upon request. "


















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Saow eL Wool mohair, thoMh, stile lair, .eu aird lJ
hair, and hog bristles which do not meet te conditions orl
in any one of paragraphs (i ) !((ft4a) Ms ing sal*M so m .s....s
United States eeept subject te huBdgI and tma Ih Is o
ecton 2 of this regutetiomsh afte eir arrival at the- pt
shoea That no mattanredbldae WO ha or fht- 11t 1, a
under any coudit iy...on: * d '
(a) Clipped mohair or &lppedI woed take ffh b*:unhy yek
Imported without other eeteti if ied with eMllir 7
kind; or
(b) CUpped horsehair tabs from healthy horses in m I
North America or Souith America may be po wftft e M
free from tangled or matted hair; or
(o) Abattoir pulled wool and mohair taken from sheep or i
taken from cattle or hair or bristles from swine slaughtered
government inspection in a eountryta and in an abattoir I w.b. ..
an inspection service found by the Secretary of Agtnl4et1 'k,.
to assure that such materials have been removed from ai.moiftO dI M
slaughter to be free from anthrax, foot-and-mouth disease, and
to further assure the identity of such m ateials us$1 ia lq l aliI
porting vessel, may be hnImported without other reatrie f f l M
certificate bearing the seal of the proper department of at UaW
ment and signed by an official veterinary inspector of aS
that the thereIn-decribed wool, hairtor bristle wee ta e i4t
slaughtered in such specified abattoir and found free from anthratj
mouth disease, and rinderpest;o t wrNi : :
(d) Pulled wool orb hair may bte imorted witbot other NeItrlhk h:.k%
moved from skins or hides by' the ldg a ro ; ogpoes.or:
(e) Scoured wool or mohair (including carbonized wool, w mt
nolls, and tops ) may be imposrted without other vi Cge If
reached the stage of premrmatioa for Immediate UI fu:lalh i
tiles, or other finished products; or- .......
(f) Wool, hair, or brstls frto a dilsnfecting station of r fa'hanm
ment, methods of disinfection at which have best a _we fl.& NM-_
of Agriculture, may be imported without other restictI, if
a certificate of the director or othe accredited offaitl
ing that said wool, hair, or bristles covered by th Owt1 flar l|Lfiafi



rln e ~f~ e~t. /II i -: i: . i:. ) i: ,Jt ii. i. ..........
said certifilete have been subjected to the .eotu and a ftil
required at such station for te dwntlon of woolMe bdirW IN
(g) Cattle hair which has been thoroughly g- jgea a ra' "d a,
bristles, drawn horsehair aid goat hair It fully bMOee o .t 19 i
to have been thoroughly eleaed, waahed, sbrt4a' a Sf.bl .. . Li
without other restrictions. 11It Aj
(A) Unprocessed bog hair or bridtIle may .e I Me wtit Se *.
striction If originating in and shipted direcly fr ah ho er6 Ak:
the Secretary of Agriculture to We ifecei with foot" ad1Uh ms
rinderpest. 9 a
Sac. 2. Wool, hair, and bristles -oet for iapsrtflkff IS e SW ted
which have not met the conditions or flqSfpaifiot 12tt, 018A
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!" (1) Such wool, hair, or bristles shall be consigned from the coast or border
port o0 arrival to an establishment discharging drainage into an approved
yera~ system or having an approved chlorinating equipment adequate for
i0e proper dislnfectlon of effluents: Provided, however, That under special
*row"tafces the chief of bureau may permit shipments of wool, hair, or
4rutle to establishments not so connected or equipped subject to disinfection
b)aufhs method or methods as he may prescribe: Provided, also, That upon
ipecdal permission by the chief of bureau such wool, hair, or bristles may be
tpre for a temporary period in approved warehouses under bond and under
l supervision of an inspector: And provided further, That I. T. or in-bond
ailments of wool, hair, or bristles may go forward under customs seals from
k .0ast or border port of arrival, with the approval of an inspector at said
Sto another port In the United States for consumption entry, subject to the
A provisions of this section;
Sn(2} eh wool, hair, or bristles shall be moved from the coast or border port
farrvaL, or in case of I. T. or In-bond shipments, mentioned in paragraph 1
t this Section, from the interior port to the establishment, in cars or trucks
S., when especally permitted by the bureau, in vessel compartments, with no
$tJer material contained therein, seated with seals of the department which
jhall *t be broken except by bureau inspectors or other persons authorized
By thld chief of bureau so to do, or without sealing as aforesaid, and with
other freight, when packed in tight cases acceptable to an inspector; and
S(8) Such wool, hair, or bristles shall be handled at the establishment under
the direction of an inspector in a manner approved by the chief of bureau to
gard. against the dissemination of foot-and-mouth disease and rinderpest and
W 4"I charge of anthrax-infected effluents.
S;, i ,... Regulation 7.-Glue Stock
S Tr or I. Olue stock shall not be imported into the United States except
'J& aQ&0rdaice 'With the provisions of this regulation.
i t '. 2 Glue stock which meets fhe conditions or requirements specified
Ifi any one of paragraphs (a) to (o) following may be imported into the United
IJtates without other restriction, provided that, if shipped from a country
1 rdd by the Secretary of Agriculture to be infected with foot-and-mouth
fi'e or. rinderpest, it is Tn bulik, or is in bags, burlap, or other wrapping
iateflals, or other containers, which have not been previously used for any
If it be shown "upon inspection by an inspector at the port of entry
Sl y certificate of the shipper or importer satisfactory to said inspector to
irve been properly treated (1) by heat, (2) by acidulation, or (3) by soaking
midk of lime or a limepaste; or
JIf it be shown upon inspection by an inspector at the port of entry
1W: certificate of the shipper or importer satisfactory to said inspector to
v Jeen dried so as to render each piece of the hardness of a dried hide; or
fIf taketi froit animals slaughtered under national government inspec-
it.wongitry*l and in an abattoir .in which is maintained an inspection
un Jd puL by, the Secretary of Agriculture to be adequate to assure that
iter~4~ia have been removed from animals found at time of slaughter
p fee from anthrax, foot-and-mouth disease, and rinderpest, and to further
Lthe Identity of suidh materials until loaded upon the transporting vessel.
i ta ue stock,' however, shall -be accompanied by a certificate bearing the
Oifi t the proper department of said national government and signed by an
1i l' veterinary inspector of such country showing that the therein-described
1t stk'was taken from animals slaughtered in such specified abattoir and
i rffe fron anthrax;, fpot-and-mouth disease, and rinderpest.
S.i -Glide: stock'offtered for' importation into the United States which
Jan not met the conditions 'br requirements of section 2 of this regulation shall
e ::e handled and treated in the following manner after arrival at the port of
i. ntry: :.-:..
! ):, f lt shall le consigned from a coast or border port of arrival to. an
UeaP^hnt tI schargint drainage into an approved sewerage system or hav-
h Pl l4i. ,mta dedlpatea'or thi proper disinfection of effluents: Provided,
*' i under special circumstancess the chief. of bureau may permit
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ipm~ent of glue stock to ,
ubjdoct to dn mum'Dsclo fl"qA
may be ston foir a,
and render the tnim
lu-bedshpebc
port to anotherport'0 l,0
arrival at the latter port,. tote mo
(3) It shall be. moved frou. tbs t or bU der "*
of I. T. or in-boad'.blpmemt.,'nt*Med 6
the Interior port. to thIe es.l. sbrie k rS< i or
p r-ptted by the hetld of bufa. In eel l p tm .
materials contained therein, shled with seals om the
not be broken except by bureau ipecte or or bner
chi of bureau so to do. or wiut i
freight, when packed In tight ...e, or unbroken tca s
at port of entry; and ,
(a) It shallu be anded at the lhl.hshm1t ndet g e
Inapetor In a manner apro4 by the chief of bPurmOu
dLlsemlnatlon of footand-m nth disUse and nriop ,., ..
qnthrax-infected effluent. ,


EsguBlatl &-Dse. onssa Sek thf if^
Swuono 1. Bones, horns, and hoofs of equine, mnalts,, and 'tHU
be imported into the United States except In comoancs tith g lWU
of this regulation + .....
8ue. 2. Clean, dry bones, horns, and hoof that are free from pbS ipt'
flesh, and sinewy may be imported ipto the United States wi,,
tion, provided that, If shipped from a country ded8
Agriculture to be Infected with foot-an4-mout 06sa1e or.ier
In bulk or in bags, burlap, or other wrapping materials orF
which have not been previously used for any purpose. .
Sm. 3. Bowes, horns, and hoots offered for Importation. t. tlit i
which do not meet the conditions or requirements of iei i...f....a
tion shall be handled and treated in the following manner itr
port of entry: .
(a) They shall be consigned from the, c oast or border,,: or .. 1
eptablishment having' facilities for thei disinfecgo OShi ~mtfp
products customarily made trom bones, horns or'"hooa:fty.i.N|^
That I. T. or In-bond shipments of bones, hqrns, or -h9Voft"l m 1q.ay g pQ
puptoms seals from a coast or border port of arriv40ltht
inspector at said port, to antber port In the United Stati fori
eitry subject to the other proyiales. of this pwectlon; u
+( They shall be movedfrom the coat or borer pr %o, rr*i
of L. T. or In-bond shipments, me.tloned_ In paragraph (q)
the interior port, tq. the establIslmet In cars or trucks with n i
contained therein, Sealed with seals pof the depatment, whit,
broken except by bureau Inqpecrs.. or other persons anto l
Of bueau sQN to do, or *itout sealing as aforesaid al i fi
peaked in tight cases or unbroken casks acceptable to an $
of entry;.and ....
(o) They shall, be handled at the estabslhmeut uder the:
inspector In a manner to guard against the dlsseminatloa of ith-sOf
mouth disease, and rinderpest,and the bea, burlap, or gthr4 tE
shall be disinfected by beUiat or trwse directed by t
before leaving the estatbtamet, or umed at the etmbjVllmuut "IL


Reguldatiom 9.-Animal Stomachsd
Stomachs or portions of the stomehs of : ulaanb and
those Imported for food purposed uder the .eai-InsPe
department, shall not be imported lntop e hUaitdSapu,
from the chief of bureau first had and bbtiaed, ad u el 'I
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,.vda ,u .. gua 10-Glsand% Ox Gall, and Like Materials
"ij f s ,'.t '.'rf f i '" / .....
T:P.. f .1, Ductless and other glands, ox gall or bile, bone marrow, and
various like materials taken from cttle, other domestic ruminants, and swine
We )p the manufacture of pharmaceutical and other products which do not
"wt pd*Ionus or requirements specified in paragraphs (a) or (b) following,
anot be imported into the United States except subject to handling and
WA.t. t.qt In accordance with section 2 of this regulation:
()~~ Suc h glands or materials may be imported without other restriction
if rgnating in and shipped directly from a country not declared by the
!Rcta of Agriculture to be infected with foot-and-mouth disease or rinder-
1d) Such materials may be imported without other restriction, if accom-
:palMed by the certificate of a consular officer showing that in process of prepa-
rato thesnrttcular product was subjected to a temperature of not less than
.... F ( .r9 C.) and is In containers not previously used for any purpose.
O Io 2. Products specified in this regulation which have not met the require-
: meats of section 1 of this regulation shall be imported only upon special per-
p a $first had and obtained from the chief of bureau and shall be handled
r annufttured at an establishment. and in a manner approved by him.
.r :: 1 Regulation 11.-Fertilizers
'$uu b Dried blood or blood meal for use as fertilizer which does not
mpt the conditions or requirements specified in any one of paragraphs (a),
7.( o' (0) of section 2 following shall not be imported into the United States.
L-o. 2. Bone meal, horn meal, hoof meal, meat meal, leather meal, fish
eas, wbaIae meal, shoddy or wool waste, furrier's waste, wool manure, tank-
L+awf. "Aimilar products for use as fertilizers, and vegetable seeds or vegetable
jr uetat i whole or in part to be used for fertilizers which do not meet the
dfdltou or requirements specified in any one of paragraphs (a), (b), or (c)
SlOwing, shall not be imported into the United States except subject to
adg -and treatment in accordance with the provisions of section 3 of this
V "lation after arrival at the port of entry:
| Pro", uc specified in this regulation originating in and shipped directly
T:i:ftMa country not declared by the Secretary of Agriculture to be infected
*Wltot -Wmouth disease or rinderpest may be imported without further
Sh(b) Products specified in this regulation may be imported without other
restriction if accompanied by the certificate of a consular officer showing (1)
That, in the process of manufacture, the particular product was subjected to
a temperature of not less than 165, F. (73.9 C.), and (2) that such product
W was transferred from the establishment where processed, or from a warehouse
Ji1ltIp country where processed, directly to the vessel transporting the product
hIe united States, either in bulk or in new bags or containers not previously
7. or, any purpose, or in bags obtained from a disinfecting station, methods
sipfstion at which have been approved by the department: Provid,
tmwvc, that, in the case of leather meal, meat meal, or tankage, and fish or
B meal, reference to the degree of heat to which the product has been
pected may be omitted from the consular certificate; or
.n () 'Dried blood or blood meal, bone meal, horn meal, hoof meal, and meat
uual Qr tankage produced from animals slaughtered under national government
Iipeetion in a country" and in an abattoir in which is maintained an inspection
!rvWice found by the Secretary of Agriculture to bg adequate to assure that
i fl iprodyets were obtained from materials removed from animals found at
fS tiae of slaughter to be free from fanthrax, foot-and-mouth disease, and
. .i ..rpest, and also to assure the identity of such materials until loaded upon
ti transporting Vessel, may be imported without further restriction if in bulk
i qh:pAsw bags or containers nottpreviously used for any purpose, and if they
Ui:aoW 6mpaaied by a certificate bearing the seal of the proper department of
Bald national government and signed by an official veterinary inspector of such
lil t:.snowing that the therein-described product was obtained from
ia+eials taken from animals slaughtered in such abattoir and found free from
r., q-ad-outb disease, and rinderpest.
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B.o. t.Product psvecea 2 of tgt
and blood weal offered for importatio, Into the United Sts4SS
met the conditions or reqsiemment o alioax SOAR"
treated In the following amnner .am te a lril ua pft;
(1) Leather meal meet meal, or tafwe, I or a
seeds or vegetable products hI whole *u pert vW Sn
be emptied from the bags or ,oetSiuqrs at the fclKN or bi6rak p"
and the said bags or contalners *all be ditutfescwt b' t'
directed by the chief of bureau" or sbU be 6UuW,
materials may be released frowt'turtR"r .etctLa; .or i"
(2) The materials speelfed la thiWt eguldt.. andi te bad. t
thereof shall be handled and quarantined or dislnfected at the T I
or otherwise treated as dlrecttda I th chief tof burstu. aJ! *J0I. 'Mqur
R:.'guatin i-Doe Mal Shd ;4':ed:lbw".
Regulation :"-Bon: Mom .loda .....
and blod mealoBlore foUmr44e,8 t! Af....


Bu ,orm 1. Bone meal or grits, blood meal, bloWodW. aUm i. p l s
in the industrial arts which do not meet the contIa or =Aqqx q
in either paragraph (a) or (b) following shall not be import itoW'
States except subject to haadU & and trefwnetm iA accordance with me
this regulation after arrival at the port of entry:
(a) Products specified in this regulation originating In aiqdl q4llp
from a country not declared by the Secretary of Agriculture to b.,i*|ee
foot-and-mouth disease or rinderpest mway be Imp.ortpl wiwo1iq
restriction; or .. ,i... .
(b) Products specified in this regulation may be imported i.. __
strictUon, if shown by the certificate of a consular $Dcsq or ai oMj
ner satisfactory to an inspector at the port of entry to have bq! l
cess of preparation to a temperature of not leap tao iA j '., .
be either in bulk or in Dew bags or containers uo. p v i at. .a...
purpose. y 'i
SBo. 2. Products specified in this regulation which do a"ot mieeft t f
or requirements of section 1 shall be onsign"ed from the -ae*a
of arrival to an establishment equipped for their prOper ,iandlinig asf:
ture and approved by the chief of bureau. The products a..tnd eil
from arrival at the port of entry until the products are manufac |
transported and handled in such manner as the chief of burea
guard against the dissemination of foot-and mouth dise1qe an[d .i.


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Regulation t.-Animal Manuremm


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Manure of horses, cattle, sheep, other ruminants, and swine f n,
imported into the United States from any country except uponu
the chief of bureau first had and obtained and subject to such. "e
may deem necessary in each Instance of any such impaortation .
ever, That manure produced by animals while In transit to the "
shall be subject only to the requirements of the department rtgqla*
Ing the importation of domestic livestock and other animals .n "si
States.
"' Rleguliatio 14.,-Peat M '"o . ^ Sa

Srrrotw 1. Pest moss which does not meet the, conditions or-M
specified In paragraph (a) or (b) following shall not be twprtlfl
United States except subject to handling and treatment In anond f'
section 2 of this regulation after arrival at the port d entryn ;. :
(a) Such peat moss may be Imported without other retictlons It 6i
in and shipped directly from a country aot declared by the S a, tr A.
ture to be Infected with foot-and-mouth disease or Inderpert "or '-, 1 "*%
(b) Such peat moss may be imported without other 'strito0 if "..
in bales having no covering of previously used -beggin. It
Suo. 2. Peat moss which has not met the eonaftleal l' &g....
tion 1 of this regulation shall not be imported into the U.nited-
subject to disinfection of the burlap covering of the bales in a maMiSSi1







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.. re a i dem f V utreai, or the removal of said burlap from the bales and Its
Wi tr ot dri difrifection ti an' approved:manner.
.Ifteguatlon 15--Previously Used Bags and Bagging
I, t V i : .;Uii \ t'' Fr '
Fr. I., .r
B*rkot 1. Previously used empty bags made from burlap or similar mi-
I teral, and bagfl patches, or scraps consisting of or made from previously
| *ftsdbjnrlaep or ikeimateriial which do not meet the conditions or requirements
|IMMi:ir oaragralh (a) or (b) following, shall not be imported into the United
l^ i8%aSe except subject to handling and treatment in accordance with section 2
ft rieulation after their arrival at the port of entry:
( k Such bags, bagging, patches, and scraps may be imported without other
::':" itcto4n if it is found at' time of entry that they have never been in a country
Sdechlared by the Secretary of Agriculture to be infected with foot-and-mouth
;:" paea or rinderpest.
: f&u *" fafgs, bagging, patches, and scraps may be imported without other
I: ^estr fi"tif shown by the certificate of a consular officer, or in some other
: :ali satsgtaetory to an inspector at the port of entry, to consist of covers
&Ilhitr. e been usedl for wool, or for cotton which originated in the United
r'nitos, or'6'be sugar b4gs which have been properly washed at a refinery in
nrwnuttt entry and s-hipped directly from said refinery to the United States.
H:,, '8fai^. 'Previously used empty bags made from burlap or similar material,
S.&id haaginhj, patches, or scraps consisting of or made from'"previously used
.burlap or like material, offered for importation into the United States with-
i. out hving.jn met the conditions or requirements of section 1 of this regulation,
%1s&f lbe"htndled and treated in the following manner after arrival at the port
entry:
: et S r: pags, baggiig, patches, and scraps shall be disinfected at the port of
?! JW ttIn acc6rdahce with methods prescribed by the chief of bureau: Provided,
S oi*ri, That if said materials are to be manufactured into paper or other
: hstets'they may be forwarded without disinfection from the port of entry
.. k, lastablishment approved by the chief of bureau, where they are to be manu-
S..:actured, in cars or other vehicles sealed with the seals or the department, and
Ikid :tcarar or other'vehicles shall be cleaned and disinfected in accordance with
B t.he Aotsins of regulation 21 of these regulations.

MI:: guatnI1-Hay, Straw, Forage, Mill Feed, Animal By-Products, and
S.... : Other Feeding Materials

I f n ow 1. Except as provided in regulation 17 of this order, grains, seeds,
: f -mly, straw, forage, mill feed, dried blood or blood meal, tankage, and other
,n T 1hbr' or *getable materials for use in whole or in part in the feeding of
F W it&ck, which do not meet the conditions or requirements specified in any
oft of paragraphs (a) to (o) following, shall not be imported into the United
jIl ftes'eScept: subject to handling and treatment in accordance with section 2
it ^ttzsregulfation after their arktitval at the port of entry: Provided, however,
% tat tried bload or Mood meal which does not meet the conditions or require-
mie:. ts specified in paragraph (a.) or (c) following shall not be imported into
:w United'Stptes:
it ?^T^Prouts o c enumerated in this regulation may be imported without dis-
f.: cmlf lbh or compliance with the other restrictions specified therein, if originat-
i yi and shipped directly from, a country not declared by the Secretary of
S.. .lture to be. infected with foot-and-mouth disease or rinderpest.
V. ea- t ".-.rn, e tiddllngs, other mill feed; corn, oats, wheat, rye, barley, buck-
i: ^eat,-other grains or seeds; and other like materials for use in the feeding of
0 Mst&ck, or to be converted into feed for livestock, may be imported Without
i. dOtWetion or compliance' with the other restrictions specified in this regula-
Vh tf shown by the certificate of a consular officer to have been (1).: loaded upon
the transporting vessel in bulk directly from a mill or warehouse or (2) sAcked
it ^ mill QTr warehouse in the. country of origin in new bags which have not been
pi*Mi.y 'UWd.d aid to hate ben "transferred from the mill or warehouse in
* ( ected cars, trucks, or barges directly, to the vessel transporting the
N l e 6tn~ie' Unitet SOatt ".
.. c'J t.. "- dried bldod ,ir blood meal, gluten feed, brewers' and die-
i~; ;~ 1 gt meal, brtankage, and other like materials shown by the cer-
.frt a1~ i s atia. officers to 'lae eeni subjected -in the proceess of maiu-
fIa hiure to a temperature of not less than 165 F. (TS.' C0), ma. be impor)ed
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tout any !ountr, ythoutd GMaptyqtWhlma^ss #b^flljfc
produced in accordanc wim .uIt"a. pf ip atMl 4ME
section for bran, middlinfgs, etc.
Ba1 ., X! :" ..... P tr dS1A" ....m..Sm
and blood meal aoered for jipoao I the UD Ass.
met the 0D0t54 s or rqiwS* t eM m r namd eAhe
treated I the a. i g 01e an aft wri at .e ....RO "
(1) They haMU be m-.ete blslfwtlsst 4qthe
Importer In a. meaner mnrlelathe *.a 1 bmms am
froma the -ese or conuea-c briglsg the ae late i ^^ ~
States, or they shall oompb triti with m o I I
P1emr i by him; aend .when -lid. and "T .........
stored a-ad quarantine for a period t not
and under such cd tloe m be ay apor. .
(2) In lieu of said dluinfectio and quarantine and .....
of the chief of bureau, veetabl, product ied-
are to be proced prior to any hu o e ft i (
from the coast or border port 0 arri n:val n ealed.aa w ior
manufacturing plant where, they w be s
in other manar doused adequate fr their
vehicles used in traFpieqriu the material
I.. . J. ', ft
accordance with the proMtionm of4 regulation .
bags or contalners haU be either Gluinfcted o estrod s. d .
chief of bureau, ..; . .. .. ........'.',
chief of bureau.l
equlatic I-Seed. for Planting,W d or Poultry .Feiat., o ii ,i ...
SwnoN 1. All seeds that may be used for planting purpo
feeding of birds or poultry, or that may be used lnWlhe wsix.VI
or condiments, which do not meet the condition g. req-ulreiA-
paragraphs (a) or (b) following, shall not be Imported into theW
except subject to handling and treatment in accordance with q .c..m, .
regulation after arrival at the port of entry: DO
(a) Such seeds may be Imported without fuither restrict a
ing in and shipped directly from a country not declared by th
Agriculture to be infected with foot-and-mouth disease or rnderpet *
(1) Such seeds may be imported without furtM est#on. g A
If shown, by certificate of a conpar paer1 o. on tnspecion rby i ii
at the port of entry, to have been sacked in new bags which have not UI
previously used for ay purpose. h t.
Baa 2. Products specified In section 1 of thti egsltione.
portatlon Into the United States which have .ot met .the
quirementa of sai section 1 shall be handledaid. treated In. I
manner after arrival at the port of entry: .; ..'.ii
(a) When unloaded from the vesel or. conveance bdringlg the.:jM..
any port of the United sates, they shall be stored .an hd i qr
for a period of not less than 90 days at a place and ipuder aIM
as approved by the chief of bureau; or ., ,rn
(b) Subject to approval of the chief of bureau they my *.k
the bags or containers at the port of entry In which cas
trainers shall be disinfected as directed by the chief of bureau,:
burned, following which said products may be relei ed from furt
tions; or . iri.l
(c) Both product and containers may proceed In sealed cars .
ances to a manufacturing plant approved by the chief of bures.t i
or other vehicles used In tranporting the material shall be e hat
Infected in accordance with the provisions of regulation 21 of this
when emptied, the bags shall be either disifeted o dtroy ,r,
which said products may be released from further nstrlcous.. ,Ei
Regulation it-Hay, Straw. Hll, and Cha Used as s,
BEunIon L Ray or straw and hulls or chaff used as p lutgl I A:
do not meet the conditions or requirements of either
following shall not be Imported lab, the United States
dling and treatment in asoordauce wit1 section In 2,4415
rival at the port o entry: .








.4Usf pUlmV n chaff packing materials may be Imported with-
tirotliep;E pi lt osaatIng In and shipped directly from a country. not
ijhmislb Kt be *.g w ary of Agrieulture to be infected with foot.-and-mout
!!,it .. : .of . Ia..-io

*F.:j..i!i, um straw packing materials may be imported Into the United
I.bixwit but.Aher restriction If accompanied by a certificate of a consular
Uj aeoraus with form (I) or form (II) following, or If certificate
.ft "Pet' M specified in form (III) following appears on, the consular
*I Prov Tht in the case of goods unaccompanied by a consular
eq0 getifieate, form (11), appearing on the commercial invoice will be
u~qj the undersigned, do hereby certify that satisfactory evidence has been
.i..i.... *tt a a.tha the taw' used as packing material for the merchan-
lil' rS W In the attached ceertificate of origin and covered by Invoice No.
Y 'aA been *disinfected 'prior to use as such packing material by placing
n a tight compartment and subjecting it to the action of live steam,
46 Minid gin all parts of the compartment a temperature of not less than
Jr5 (85C 0.) for a period of at-least 10 minutes.
.Iiff)'j," Llnmdekstgned, do hereby certify that satisfactory evidence has been
lirented to me that the {hty } used as packing material for the merchan-
|?L::i, 't., ^ f .' : *. ... ,i, i raw
14i*, 9 eibpd in the attached certificate of origin and .covered by invoice No.
H i'n! A: Ia een disinfected prior to use by placing it loosely in a tight com-
Sp fhlskt.a.yng a temperature of not less than 65 F. (19 C.) and spraying
| :ti tMer'!biteo the hay 10 fluid ounces of formaldehyde solution (containing
IT" i),itt":' ru ;. ',i-,"i-. : is r W ; ,
rJ:tA|^.NliAaR S7 p cent formaldehyde by weight) for each 1,000 cubic feet of
'K:,w th compartment, which was immediately closed in a manner to prevent
ecape of the formaldehyde vapor, and kept closed for not less than eight
(pU, I.-,!] ,9 the' Undersigned, do hereby certify that the merchandise covered
| IW'thit Invoice was packed at the factory or establishment of-------------
4' f), :.:....-r. ",
*;;* hay
: irrtw,-ar .-.4--.n... -and that. all straw y used in packing the said mer-
f,, I di." ,ts obtained from the disinfecting station at------------------
li: :J.p |1 ;" 'i :"
I ^----------- --- ,methods of disinfection at which have been approved by the
N *ff1Stati Dekartmeit of Agriculture.
|E ""''S* .'7lay, straw, 'hulls, and chaff backingg materials which do not meet
| &. pdittons ior requirements of section 1 of this regulation shall not be im-
totheUnited H states except subject to burning or disinfection at the
:l:l:iOf the Importer or consignee in the manner and at the time directed
t'hi ef 'of bureau: Proide, however, That such materials from a coun-
W ared by the Secretary of Agriculture to be infected with foot-and-
Aih neth disease or rinderpest, when used as packing for food products other
UiAim. to In tight or sealed true containers, shall not be imported into the
|". it .fd Spates under any conditions.
l: Inegustim 19.--Methods for Disinfection of Hides, Skins, and Other Materials
I:.;::,: .... lf : ++ " .'. *>- *
; f.; ides uskiP,. and other materials required by these regulations to be disin-
i A lwte. shall be subjected to disinfection by methods found satisfactory and
pKo, ved from time to time by the chief of bureau.
-. Regulation 20.-Placarding Cars and Marking Billing
S+i :.t + + : **.. "
l :"i ON 1. Transportation companies shall securely affix to and maintain
", .49th sides: of all cars carrying products or materials specified in these
fIl,; gutpaUjs, the movement of which after arrival in the United States is sub-
, jet to restriction, durable placards not less than 5 by 6 inches in size, on
1 which shall be printed with, permanent ,black ink and in boldface letters not
+le.s than 1'i inches in height the Words "Restricted import product." These
Ni.a ag-:-A01 also bear the words "Glean and disinfect this car." Each
of the waybills, conductors' manifests, ,memotanda, and bills of lading -per-
i. W..to such ..shipments shall: bave the words Restricted import product,
: clean and disinfect car," plainly written or stamped upon 'tt&face. It for any
Season the placards required by this regulation have not been affixed to each







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car, or the billing hal not 'a gj by btutlfrta
shan be Immdlatety atxe orrlsdanIu.l
or connecting carrier, the nteton bg that te
shipment shall be 'mt d w 9ard aI IN
time such shipment leaves tieftNt' 'ifftyM t .i.l ....
nation and the as are clesdad tstueted a. i
S I It ItIs nemesaryto unl b rOte ay
specified fn this eugtatlu, the icarW .m -wM thW
part of the premises in or upin wMlt the M rZSmt 'or a ls'L ri '
placed In the course of unloading or reloading shall be deaoed
by the trausportatik conny I aodance wth the. praqpffq |
21 and the transportation eoMpny shall lately nprt te
telrap, to the ile of the Ba.urau of na ndt ,
Such report shall Include the tq.lo g Inlmatb: _)N 'I
(b) place where product or materl was unload ; .q)p 7
shipment and destinatlona; and (4) :piaber ..a4 InitIa -.. .. .
and number and Initials of the ear Into which te pmOdt -i
reloaded in case the original qicr I not used. .. .. .
Regulation 2L-DIeIo Ofb& OtW V fl fl
BarON 1. Cars, boats, other vehicles, yards, and premises wii4 i.
used in the transportatlon, handling, and storing f PEro ue
specified in these regulations, the movement oC whieh. .aftr .
United States Is subject to restriction, shall be eledaed a t
the supervision of. the bureau at tj. time and in the maser ,. M
tons 2 and 3 of this regulation. Except as hereiaft p
regulations, cars, boats, and other vehicles reqItrd by 'bty
cleaned and disinfected, shall not be moved In lnterstate*-'r
until they have been cleaned sad disinfected under the le .
bureau In accordance with sections 2 and 3 of this regulation.
Sc. 2. Cars required by these regulations. to be *sned and 4A
shall be so treated by.. the final carrier at destpaton s sp a ueiM
unloading and before" the same are moayed from such final destination i
purpose: Provide, however,; That wt the products or materials mare 4
to points at which an inspector or other dpiY: aUt QP4 AWWS
the bureau is not maintained or wbeae proper faqilleqs aa .notbem
the transportation company shall seal, bill,. ad. forward th. ..s t..
products or materials were transported to a point to .be ap.eed B
the transportation company and the w bureau, and the n Mpt
shall there clean and disinfect the said cars under the msupel vLisdi l
SBC. 3. Parayraph 1. Cars required by these regulations t. I1s
disinfected ahaU be treated in the foUlowing manner : gq i|ilt.
other refuse therefrom and destroy by burning or other ap
clean the exterior and, interior of tbe cars, and saturate the
surface, including the inner surface of the ear doors, with A
fectant. ...
Par. 2. Boats required by these regulations to be: cleaned:anWi *
ball be treated Is the followiw 'mauerw C olllect wl Ste an At
from the decks, compartments, and all other parts of the boat
transportation Wf the products or materials coved by Wtheee
from the portable chutes or other. appliances or fixturesad t
unloading same, and destroy the litter and other refuse by ........
approved methods, and saturate the entire surface of the aid ek ,
ments, and other parts of the boatwith a nitted dlxilS ''
Par. 3. Buildings, sheds, and premises required by these ruw 4
disinfected shall be treated in the following manner: Oolset atlla ltir.
refuse therefrom and destroy the same by burning or odter'ad
and saturate the entires surface .of the fendng, chutes, floOrs,
parts with a permitted dleainftetant h !
PERM'ITTZD PISINtCTAW ,,$ k.. "
S8C. 4. Parpraph L The substances permitted fonr e wi1=
boats, other vehicles, and prestes are as follows: J i ,'1i" i
(*) "Saponified creed solution" at a dilution of et1- lo1*4-1
to 1 gallon of water. : I-, :'' h it
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13
Aqued pheol (liquefied carbolic acid) at a dilution of at least 6 fluid
Bllu^^a a" edita nf ofteat
~, tol.Mo awatu
f.o) Olcbloride of li'm AU. S. P. .strength, 30 per cent available chlorine) at
utl fl 1 Tpond to 8 gallons of water.
t" 2. e use of spoifited teresol solution as a disinfectant is permitted
#tnWen is l .w conform to the following requirements:
STim frmulal of the product shall employ not less than 28 per cent by
't of ifteed oil:br soybean oil or mixtures thereof, or the chemically
vNn t proportloA of the fttty acids derived from either or both of these
.Either caustic potash, caustic soda, or'a mixture of caustic potash and
soQ t may be used to form the soap. The cresol used must be at least
S tent ple, a S enough of this commercial grade of cresol (cresylic acid)
t be mP)loyed In compounding the disinfectant to bring the actual amount
Veal in the finished product up to 50 per cent.
.A() The product shall remain a homogeneous liquid' when cooled to 32 F.
shae contain substantially no free oil, fatty acid, or excess alkali. It shall
:readily soluble in cold distilled water; the solution shall be practically clear
-~ fsa contain no globules of undissolved oil or cresylic acid.
E ,(o) Manufacturers wishing to offer saponified cresol solution as indicated
for use in official disinfection must first submit to the bureau a sample
at least 8 ounces for examination; together with a statement of the formula
ojed and a guaranty that the product will be maintained of a quality
tona with the sample submitted.
To prevent confusion, each product must bear a distinctive trade name or
Pi, d together with the name of the manufacturer or distributor.6
Regulation 22.-Territorial Possessions

I The regulations shall be applicable to all the products and materials speci-
'ed. in this order which are offered for entry into the United States from any
fice under the jurisdiction of the United States to which the animal-quarantine
N. S of this country do not apply.



!-Y *APPENDIX
TH.K
JAWS UNDER WmCH THE FOREGOING REGULATIONS ARE MADE
WIIAN ACV TO enable the Secretary of Agriculture to more effectually suppress and prevent
.-.t.*jflpread of contagious and infectious diseases of livestock, and for other purposes.
,:4# Stat. 791).
i Be W enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of
sefle0 M0 Cong'resa assembled, That in order to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to
ectuzally suppress and extirpate contagious pleuropneumonia, foot-in-mouth disease, and
her dangerous contagious, infectious, and communicable diseases in cattle and other
2A vestok, and to prevent the spread of such diseases, the powers conferred on the Secre-
,rttty of tit Treasury by sections four and five of an act entitled "An act for the establish-
ent of a Buteau of Animal Industry, to prevent the exportation of diseased cattle, and to
provide means for the suppression and extirpation of pleuropneumonia and other con-
It .ios dlseasesamong domestic animals," approved May twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred
ad eighy-four (twenty-third United States Statutes, thirty-one), are hereby conferred on
te Secretary of Agriculture, to be exercised exclusively by him. He is hereby authorized
t:j directed, from time to time, to establish such rules and regulations concerning the
,ilztatJmon and transportation of livestock from any place within the United States where
ste m.ay h&be reason to believe such diseases may exist into and through any State or
|* Ter[ito, including the Indian Territory, and into and through the District of Columbia
ad tW foreign countries, as he may deem necessary, and all such rules and regulations
1:1,anUhave the force of lavi. Whenever any inspector or assistant inspector of the Bureau
pOf Animal Industry shall issue a certificate showing that such officer had inspected any
altle& or other livestock which were about to be shipped, driven, or transported from such
:oca)litl to another, as above stated, and had found them free from Texas or splenetic
..rteVer infection, pleuropneumonia, foot-in-mouth disease, or any other infectious, con-
p'uglous, or communicable disease, such animals, so inspected and certified, may be shipped,
Se'lvea or transported from such place into and through any State or Territory, including
&'~tte Indla. Territory, and into and through the District of Columbia, or they may be
4' frted fom the United States without further inspection or the exaction of fees of any
^ lle, exempt such as may at any time be ordered or exacted by the Secretary of Agricul-

BEmployees of the bureau will be informed in Service and Regulatory Announcements,
oi otherwise, of the trade names of saponified cresol solutions permitted to be used in
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tunt I and e man aasM oS ailU at Sfl a he Sadge SJM
Bureaus t Antial lJidtrY o tMe &lmttunml epy

gem L 2%st the fisretiry or Agr.eulbr.1aj nWA 6 sW i
tie" sad te h lisM he uej eanas Vol" --IN!
autMen oftheisllSswaa I s-
United Bacr St at i
Fee fmy bhay. straw, t#w% i Sd aht.M.I -o
or Territory or tt tDitrit t omS iB txmit t eit
District of ColumMs whenever I hi Met aI Ne
aafst the tnidMNetlou or uPTS aot eti:lW- .
BOw. LThat an penM, li. il sw eo a
tMh act or thi orerws orfssudm twnS
demeanor, and Oa convaction
doDb or more t Me autaem ea, whm W
or by both such fin end tgm ma.". ,
Approved fl 2,. U AWL

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