Regulations governing the preparation, sale, barter, exchange, shipment, and importation of viruses, serums, toxins, and...

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Regulations governing the preparation, sale, barter, exchange, shipment, and importation of viruses, serums, toxins, and analogous products intended for use in the treatment of domestic animals
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United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.
General Note:
Amendment 10 to B.A.I. order 276.
General Note:
"Effective on and after October 1, 1933"

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University of Florida
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U.S. DEPOSITORY

(Amendment 10 to B. A. I. Order 276)

United States Department of Agriculture
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE PREPARATION, SALE, BARTER,
EXCHANGE, SHIPMENT, AND IMPORTATION OF VIRUSES, SERUMS,
TOXINS, AND ANALOGOUS PRODUCTS INTENDED FOR USE IN THE
TREATMENT OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS
(EFFECTIVE ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1933)

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY,
Washington, D. C., September 8, 1933.
Under authority conferred by law upon the Secretary of Agriculture, B. A. I.
Order 276, dated August 18, 1922, and effective November 1, 1922, as amended,
is hereby further amended as follows:
Subdivision (d), paragraph 2, section 9, Regulation 17, is hereby revoked
and in lieu thereof the following subdivision is prescribed:
(d) Pigs which survive inoculation and exposure to hog cholera for the pro-
duction of hog-cholera virus, and surviving control pigs in tests of anti-hog-
cholera serum may be removed from establishments not earlier than 15 days
subsequent to the time of inoculation and exposure as aforesaid, provided they
are healthy as determined by a veterinary inspector, and are treated as de-
scribed in subdivision (a) or (b)., paragraph 3, when indicated, and are disin-
fected as set forth in subdivision (b), paragraph 4 of this section, except that
when removed for immediate slaughter or to public stockyards as defined in
subdivision (b) .,f this paragraph or to accepted feed lots said animals need
not be so treated or disinfected. Other surviving pigs in tests of anti-hog-
cholera serum and pigs in tests of hog-cholera virus may be removed at the
conclusion of the test period subject to the conditions prescribed in this
paragraph.
Subdivision (e), paragraph 2, section 9, Regulation 17, is hereby revoked
and in lieu thereof the following subdivision is prescribed:
(e) Hyperimmune hogs, or those similarly treated, may be removed from
establishments not earlier than 15 days subsequent to the time of hyperimmu-
nization or inoculation, provided they are healthy, as determined by a veterin-
ary inspector, and are disinfected as prescribed in subdivision (b), of paragraph
4 of this section, except that when removed for immediate slaughter or to public
stockyards as set forth in subdivision (b) of this paragraph, said animals
need not be so disinfected.
Paragraphs 1, 6, and 8, section 4, Regulation 18, are hereby revoked and in
lieu thereof the following paragraphs are prescribed:
PARAGRAPH 1. Simultaneous virus shall be collected in batches of not to
exceed 40,000 cubic centimeters each and each batch shall be mixed thoroughly
in a single container before phenolization, and by constant agitation during
the bottling process.
PARAGRAPH 6. Two healthy calves, with mouths free from abrasions, and not
less than 3 nor more than 12 months old, or three healthy pigs immunized by
the simultaneous treatment against hog-cholera for at least 14 days, shall be
furnished by the establishment for inoculation with the virus-test sample.
PARAGRAPH 8. Each of the animals selected for testing the purity of simul-
taneous virus shall be inoculated by injecting 15 cubic centimeters of the virus-
test sample into either the auricular or the jugular vein within 24 hours after
the virus is collected.
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Subdivision (b), paragraph 2, section 10, Regulation 19, as amended, t1
revoked and in lieu thereof the following subdivision is prescribed:
(b) Clear serum prepared for marketing on and after July 1, 1934, shall
contain not less than 88 percent of true serum and represent not more than 83
percent of the defibrinated hyperimmune blood used, or 80.51 percent of the
whole hyperimmune blood used in its preparation.
Paragraph 5, Section 11, Regulation 19, as amended, is revoked and in lieu .
thereof the following paragraph is prescribed:
PARAGRAPH 5. Trade labels affixed to or used in connection with the imme-
diate or true containers of anti-hog-cholera serum shall show the quantity of
the contents of said containers. Such labels for clear serum marketed on and
after July 1, 1934, shall bear the following statement in a manner acceptable to
the Bureau: This serum contains not less than 88 percent of true serum and
not over 12 percent of added solutions. Such batches of clear serum as may
be required to supply current trade demands until July 1, 1934, may be prepared
and labeled under regulations now in effect.
Pigs weighing up to 125 pounds may be used in the production of simul-
taneous virus and pigs weighing up to 110 pounds may be used for testing serum
for potency and purity from the date of this amendment to October 1, 1933.
The production of defibrinated blood serum is hereby prohibited, effective
January 1, 1934.
This amendment, designated as Amendment 10 to B. A. I. Order 276 shall
become and be effective on and after October 1, 1933, except as provided
herein.
H. A. WALLACE,
Secretary of Agriculture.


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