Rule 1, Revision 11, to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle

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Rule 1, Revision 11, to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle
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6m, anIM 61, DIOCK zs, ancr sections 1, i; ii0, 161Z1, ZO, ana 6t0, DIOCIC VI%
and sections 1 and 12, block 31, Texas University lands, to the nqrth. ,
east corner of section 12, thence north aloxig the eastern boundary li3e rl
of Mrs. R. G. Alexander's survey, and section 47, block W. X., Guil. >.^
Colorado & Santa Fe Railway Co., to'the southwest corner of see- ,
tion 70, block U. V., Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway Co., thence .. ....
east along the southern boundary line of section 70 to the southeast '
corner of said section, thence north along the eastern boundary lii. i.
of.section 70 to the southwest corner of section 53, block U. V.,'Gulf, :
Colorado & Santa Fe Railway Co., thence east along the southern it ;
boundary line of section 53 to the southeast corner of same, thence :.
north along the eastern boundary line of sections 53, 54, 55, and 56. !.
block U. V., Gulf, Colorado-& Santa Fe Railway Co., to the north- ^
east corner of' section 56, theijce east across section 46, along thie-:I
southern boundary line of section 36, across section 25, and along the ,:
southern boundary line of section 16, block U. V., Gulf, Colorado &>,
Santa Fe Railway Co., to the southeast corner of section 16, thence:
north along the eastern boundary line of section 16 to the sothwest.4i,
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++ it said t!t near :the eastern bound~ary line
li++.. iq7..block^ 17, Southern Pacific Coe and: +
+: li.+i, ..l .hlbwk 2, Houston & Texas Central
tacormr o0f action 106, theiwe west along
+iP"f ..i....o+:itte0..., 1, 104, and 108, block 2,
ii Ci Neia Riyailnya "C~r t the.southwest corner of
lheAS*WMIong the western boundary line of sections
Kbi fliwSma^ f section S2, block 2, Houston &,
|alo4Itbsc wet ilong the southern boundary
ji 5 ;0,'+bi .'k Z: Houstop & Texas Central*
^Jfll^ ^ e:!cter~ote section 50,' thence north aloingi
.. ....t'n..59 ....to *1. .. northwest cornerr o a.
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i& +i l :ai~way Co ;, to tl 0W0I

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+ ~~wtay to.the southwet~w tamher: of .sec tion .77
wie'stern.botbdary line of section 1i77 to the
.o si d .sae.tio. thence" west along the southern
kwf ei'ltio? 171, bloek 29, Wyoming & Northwestern
iMstht" co rner of said section, thence north along
dy .l..e of sections 171, 10, 143, and 122, block 29,
rthwestern railway, to theoward County line; that
Slle Couirty west and north:of a line beginning at the
Phaf o sid. county where the same is intersected by
Qity d Steting City wagon road, thence northerly
e said rodto its intersection with the south line
Ms &Pifiei Railway Co. 16-mile reserve, thence
K the pouthtine of blocks 28, 27. 26, and 25 of the said
n[ &the .s:t li~ii;of Mitchell County; that part of
beginningg at the southeast corner of
ti.W. i S'tS estn's survey, same being on Jones and
tt n along the eastern boundary lipe of
E Sgglestoa's uurivpy e sv^ eeton 9 to the northeast corner
0Athene we oith northern boundary line of sec-
.... t t... .... f setion 1, thence, north on
flqbel^ hi Jt'aM '^::rl^ 2 "te' tine northeast comet o f
owfh a o640 .106., 10undarylnd"Q seblction 2,.













it + ar y to the..nthwesst corner
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of said survey, thence west on the northern boundary line of saidaec
tion to section 8, Houston & Texas Central Railroead.C, thence nob:. h
on the eastern boundary line of said section 8 to the northeast corner
of said section, thence west on northern boundary line of said sec-
tion 8 to the Wichita Valley Railway, thence following said; railway
in a northerly direction to its intersection with the northern line of
Haskell County; that part of Knox County west and north of a line
beginning at the point in IKnox County where the Kansas City,
Mexico & Orient Railway Co. crosses the Salt Fork of the Brazoes
* River, thence easterly along said river to the southwest corner of the
William Johnson survey No. 1, thence north along the east line of
the David G. Burnet survey No. 18 to the northeast corner of same,
thence westerly along the Benjamin and Seymour public road to its
intersection with the east line of section 109, block C, Houston &
STexas Central Railroad Co., thence north following the eastern
boundary line of said section 109 to the northeast corner of same,
thence west along the northern boundary line of sections 109 ands
132, block C, Houston & Texas Central Railroad Co., to the north- "
west corner of said section 132, thence north along the western line
of sections 131, 130, 129, and 128, block C, Houston & Texas Central
Railroad Co., to the northwest corner of section 128, thence east
along the northern line of section 128 to the northeast corner of same,
thence north along the western line of sections 114, 115, and 116, block
C, Houston & Texas Central Railroad Co., to the northwest corner of
section 116, thence west along the northern line of sections 125 and
146, block C, Houston & Texas Central Railroad Co., to the north-
west corner of section 146, thence north along the western line of
sections 147, 148, 149, and 150, block C, Houston & Texas Central
Railroad Co., and section 55, block B, Houston & Texas Central Rail-
road Co., to the southeast corner of section 66, block B, Houston &
Texas Central Railroad Co., thence west along the southern line of
sections 66, 67, and 78, block B, Houston & Texas Central Railroad
Co., to the southwTest corner of section 78, thence north along the
western line of sections 78, 77, 76, and 75, block B, Houston & Texas
Central Railroad Co., to the North Wichita River, thence westerly
following said river to its intersection with the Kansas City, Mexico
& Orient Railway Co.; and that part of Foard County west of the
Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Railway Co.
From the other counties and parts of counties in the State of Texas -
cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to points out-
side of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for
immediate slaughter, or for other purposes as provided by the regu-
lations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
In the State of Texas where a line of railroad separates the quar-
antined from the free area, shipping points are reserved for non-
infected cattle as follows: Crowell, Foard County; and Weinert,
Haskell County.
OKLAHOMA.

The entire State of Oklahoma is quarantined except the counties
of Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, Harper, Woods, Alfalfa, Grant, Wood-
ward, Major, Ellis, Garfield, Dewey, Blaine, Kingfisher, Logan,
Roger Mills, Custer, Beckham, Washita, Greer, Caddo, Jackson,
Kiowa, Comanche, Oklahoma, Harmon, Canadian, Kay, Noble,










ltl m(:Wm'mm ttmf ldwhp lite ti the rage libie between
........... 6 s idd1 a meridian, thene sonth on said ra'*ge line
Ssthastre of etion 1, toAldahip 7 north, riage 6 west,
Mlff nr a,.tbe West 4lg. the section line throfkh the
Wi otowdslxip "7 north, ra'ffe f west, and township 7 notth, S
.i.SStto ita intt&seetion with the St. Luis & San 'irancisco
'.......ce s..ttiwest1rly f0lowin.g said Tailrod t it iinter-
I ipthel (ficak.g Rock .luidr Padific Jailaway, thence
agin said i t6 thie Stephens County line; that
',.Uty'. &tilh nrh. (if the toDiship line between town-
AM 7a..oth tat ort f Pdttawatomie Counity ndrth of a
fa. t the estline af said ,county at the southwest.cor-
e D townh9 p north, range 2 east, Indian meridian,
tIte eLttne in tw Sectioins 19 and O to the south-
vo-lz:er of section 22, township' -Tbrth, range 3 east, thence south
|t.iBmiction line to the township line between townships 6 and 7
ftibence east on said towiiship line to the Seminole County line;
l"r ^1f Osage County west of the range line between ranges 7
t::ilmji I ldmridiatn ..also that part'0f said county north and
k... W4 L n k he it cti of the (Caney River with
d Ati ^ to He t hf ONOke County, hence folldWfng said
k d'ket_ ireti6o 'to its nitesedtiond with the line between
w'indIifhip 8 north, range 11 east, Indian merid-
6.c. north along said w#Aiot line to the Kansas State line;
|1. WkhigtoI County north of the line between 'townships
thtart of craig County north and east of a ljne
+S=='l=e a.Sbtnst corner of township- 26 north, range 21
jBteidihw thence Ist along the line between townships
S96: noih to the southwest corner of township 26 north, range
W a ]: thence north along the line between ranges 19 and 20 east
j& n.orthw.est corner of township 26 north, range 20 east, thence
it alonm g the township line between townships 26 and 27 north to
e'Nowata County line; -and that part of Ottawa County west and
#I. Mea-llife beifBtig where the S p ring River intersects the north-
* l.te t" aiv d tbunty, thence southerly along the course of said
..,to"tt|s .i:oftfluence with the Neosho River, thence continuing
"tW ti.w h 'e course. of the Neosho River to its intersection
fb te St.tfbUis & San Frkncisco Railroad, thence southwesterly
fq tb Wie'Ianid6bd to its intersection with the Missouti, Okls-
-I&'Otl fflAda hene outherly along the Missouri,. Okla-
BS &tolfutd ti 'th Delaware Count line, tbence west
Bt.1eo4 t c .n Ie to til southwest corner of Ottawa County
r he oti adkpats of counties in the State of Okla-
..sih.".! dnlyrbe moed obr allowed to move interstate to
Sof the q1iik tiii ak-ekin accordance with the regu-
Wtuklt*, byt.br dher, roses as provided
,S*. dI ..&ppk f r certification.
.i. lh.s i ...w...e k'.f.lie of railroad separates the
thi mttn:I sh sdippik joIn. s are reserved for ndi-
Sa a ows: ush Sprins nd Agawatx, Grady CoInty.
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tISSOURI.

The following-mentioned area is quarantined: That part of Ripley
County comprising congressional township 23 north. ranges 1 and 2
east, the northern half of congressional township 22 north, range 1
east, and the part of the north half of congressional township 22
north, range 2 east, which lies west of Current River.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the area
described shall be moved or allowed to move, except as provided for
immediate slaughter, to any point in the United States not in the
State of Missouri which is located in an area not quarantined for
splenetic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until the said cattle shall
have been continuously kept on premises known to have been free of
infection for at least six months and unless and until the cattle shall
have been inspected and found free of infection and a certificate
authorizing the shipment issued by an inspector of the Bureau of
Animal Industry, nor until permission shall have been obtained in
advance of the movement from the proper official of the State into
which the cattle are to be shipped.
ARKANSAS.

The entire State of Arkansas is quarantined except the counties
of Fulton, Randolph, Clay, Greene, Lawrence, Craighead, Missis-
sippi, Poinsett, Crittenden, Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison,
and Newton; that part of Sharp County north of the Strawberry
River; and those parts of Cross. St. Francis, Lee, and Phillips
Counties east of the St. Francis River.
From the other counties and parts of counties in the State of
Arkansas cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to
points outside of the quarantined area in accordance with the regu-
lations for immediate slaughter or for other purposes as provided by
the regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.

LOUISIANA.

The entire State of Louisiana is quarantined.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the parishes
of Lincoln and Claiborne shall be moved or allowed to move, except
as provided for immediate slaughter, to any point in the United
States not in the State of Louisiana which is located in an area not
quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until
the said cattle shall have been continuously kept on premises known
to have been free of infection for at least six months and unless and
until the cattle shall have been inspected and found free of infection
and a certificate authorizing the shipment issued by an inspector of
the Bureau of Animal Ihdustry, nor until permission shall have been
obtained in advance of the movement from the proper official of the
State into which the cattle are to be shipped.
From the other parishes in the State of Louisiana cattle shall only
be moved or allowed to move interstate to points outside of the
quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for immediate
slaughter, or for other purposes, as provided by the regulations for
dipping, inspection, or certification.











L9 .I and. Adanms; that part of Attala County north and
thE [ w County eit of a line beginning at the intersection of the
S boundary i i sid county with Hoolka Creek, thence follow-
6 creek in a northwesterly direction to the New Orleans, Mo-
A hiclago :Railroad, thence north following said railroad to the
t. County line; that part of Claiborne County south of the
SRiver and the north fork of said river; that part of
ityeast of a line beginning with the intersection of the
.. County line with the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad,
Atherly following said railroad to Black Creek, thence east
Black Creek to Howard Miss.; thence southerly following
i .....bluffs to the Yazoo County line; that part of Jefferson
eiarmth and -west of the Jackson & Natchez branch of the
& Mississippi Valley Railroad; that part of Lafayette County
and north of a line beginning at the intersection of the Illi-
CDentral Railroad with the northern boundary of said county,
following said railroad in a southerly direction to the
r....... thence following said river in a southwesterly di-
to the Yalobusha County line; that part of Leake County
# .* wad.i west of the Pearl and the Yokahockany Rivers; that
1f40t L::,o&wndes County west of the Tombigbee River; those
b:,|bf Madisen County west and south of the Illinois Central Rail-
............ :T. north and east of a line beginning in township 8 at the
ihiection of Pearl River with the line between ranges 3 and 4
u th'ene north along said range line to the Tildo Bogue Creek,
....*wMe northwesterly following said creek to the Yazoo County line;
W fiiM:a:f rshall County west and north of Tippah Creek; that part of
i ao :: County south and west of a line beginning where the Monroe
...(s,::I tambaCounty line is crossed by Scholfe Creek, thence south-
ily following said creek to where it empties into West Fork, thence
H ft.& southerry direction following West Fork and Tombigbee River
~Wa iWeavers Creek, thence easterly following said creek to the main
7Hi: !'" ,,;-,:: the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad, thence following
.i.i.aid: ....i...a to the Alabama State line; that part of Noxubee County
l-:::::: ...of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad- that part of Rankin County
aI!d!:..&: north of a line beginningwhere the southern boundary of
said county is intersected by the line between ranges 3 and 4 east,
Iliiithence north along said range line to the Pelahatches Creek, thence
...I.!. westerly dirction following said creek to the Hinds County
; am L.S part ox Yazoo County east of a line where
;;.H.jn tht bato.eginningwur
lll ao lRiver crosses the northern boundary of said county,
A 1 6 lfbliowing said river in a southerly direction to Yazoo City,
i c ~following the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad southerly
|?| H vItEsdn County line, leaving te village of Bentonia in the

..: ihe..r o....aounties and parts of .counties in the State of
'i;ii:.: ":.. ... .. ""' ... ...
W u.... ppi cal a .shall only- be moved ,or allowed to move interstate
*=i W~i kta mzhde, of .the. quarantined area in accordance with the








regulations for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes -as pro-
vided by the regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
In the State of Mississippi, where a line of railroad sparates the
quarantined from the free area, shipping points are reserved for non-.
infected cattle, as follows: Fayette, Harrison, and Lorman, Jefferson
County; Yazoo City. Eden, and Vaughan, Yazoo County; Quincy
and Greenwood Springs, Monroe County; Flora, Madison County;
Houlka, Chickasaw County; Brookville, Gurler, and Shuqualak,
Noxubee County; and Abbeville and Taylor, Lafayette County.

TENNESSEE.

The following-mentioned area is quarantined: That part of Marion
County south and east of the Tennessee River.
From the above-mentioned area in the State of Tennessee cattle
shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to points outside
of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for im-
mediate slaughter, or for other purposes as provided by the regula-
tions for dipping, inspection, or certification.

ALABAMA.

The entire State of Alabama is quarantined except the county of
Madison.
From the quarantined counties in the State of Alabama cattle
shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to points outside
of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for im-
mediate slaughter, or for other purposes as provided by the regula-
tions for dipping, inspection, or certification.

GEORGIA.

The entire State of Georgia is quarantined except the counties of
Fannin, Union, Towns, Rabun, White, Habersham, Stephens, Hart,
Banks, Hall, Clarke, Putnam, Newton, and Oconee.
From the quarantined counties in the State of Georgia cattle
shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to points outside
of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for im-
mediate slaughter, or for other purposes as provided by the regula-
tions for dipping, inspection, or certification.

SOUTH CAROLINA.

The entire State of South Carolina is quarantined except the coun-
ties of Oconee, Pickens, Greenville, Anderson, Spartanburg, Cherokee,
York, Chester, Union, Laurens, Abbeville, Greenwood, Marlboro, and
D)arlington, and that part of Lancaster County north and west of
Waxhaw Creek.
From the other counties and parts of counties in the State of
South Carolina cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move inter-
state to points outside of the quarantined area in accordance with
the regulations for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes as
provided by the regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.








F : T .. .
..W q........., JohnAten, NorthamDton Hertford.
I-, Perqumans, Pasquotank, Camden, Curri-
M i WaMi.ngto.n, TtrrW, Dare, Hyde Beaufort, Pitt,
Bampso Gibt .and, Ho6e, Scotland, kobeson, Bladen,
ri ., CruveV Pamlico, Carteret, Jones, Duplin, Onslow,
Cl: m~~~u^ Brunswick, and New Hanover are quarantined.
e a ...en"tio'ned counties in the State of North Carolina
i W|B i nbved or allowed to move interstate to points
ls bieq anied area in accordance with the regulations
lagter or:r for other purposes as provided by the
,, for dipping, inspection, or certification.
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tiisf 4 'Sdisd*, Surry, Southairipton, Isle of Wight, and
I *a lCa 4hatt part of Greenesville County south of Meherrin
t..t. i partt .of Warwick County not included in the Newport
1isieriall. district;. and that part of York County not in-
.the Brutop magisterial district are quarantined.
..t aY..ve-mentioned counties and parts of counties in the
i.f'"ikiiia cttl ithll only be moved or allowed to move
...... iO. i-ts, dttide of the quaftra litied area in accordance
S.. ire.t....s for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes
PM by the. regulations for dipping, inspection or certifi-
FLORIDA.
'iAr~n in Stte dfrlobrida is quarantined.
KhrlwtI*State-6f Florida cattle shall only be moved or allowed to
l' ae... iiq.ts odtsidetof the quarantined area in accordance with the
E l s fIr jm slaughter, or for other purposes as pro-
e., 1 regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
:: :,. .. KANSAS.
" he following-mentioned area is quarantined: The stockyards of
W$thia n, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway at Elgin, Chautauqua
ns., and the fenced strip of land extending from said
Sthe Oklahoma State line.

-, GX~flAL pkoitVSIOiqS.
contuw ce :of the quarantine as herein establish ed no
t 1,hejraMtiwd area of any State (except those portions
^I. .mar be moved upon inspection) shall be moved
..lw f tomy-ipertion of the quarantined aresa of another
it a :M ,Iudr..' the spteific provisions of this rule, cattle
til-bed tosb shpped for purposes other than immediate
f::. .nupnlteaio. a.d certification 'by an inSpector of the
StA.






10

In case cattle are moved or allowed to move from the area quaran-
tined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in violation of the rule
and regulations of this department to prevent the spread of said
disease in cattle, such cattle shall be immediately returned to such
quarantined area, or they shall be quarantined.
All pens or yards into which cattle from the quarantined area
are unloaded, and known as quarantine yards or quarantine pens,
shall be considered as quarantined territory, and the reshipment of
cattle therefrom shall only be made in accordance with the regula-
tions for the interstate shipment of cattle& from the quarantined area.
OPEN SEASON.
During the months of November, December, and January cattle
of the quarantined area of any State may be moved interstate there-
from for purposes other than immediate slaughter into the States of
Kansas, Kentucky, Arizona, New Mexico, and Oklahoma; those parts
of the States of California and Texas not included in the quaran-
tined area; and that part of the State of Missouri south of the
Missouri River, if the said cattle are in counties or localities where
cooperative tick eradication is systematically conducted, and they
shall have been continuously kept on premises known to be free of
infection (such knowledge shall have come from an official source
or be based on thorough investigation made at the owner's solicita-
tion by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry during a
period best suited for making such investigation for the purpose of
ascertaining actual conditions), and the cattle shall first have been
inspected under proper facilities for inspection at the point of origin
and found free from infection, and a certificate authorizing the move-
ment issued by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry, and
in addition to such inspection and certification permission shall first
have been obtained from the proper official of the State to which the
cattle are destined.
During the period from November 15 of each year to January 31
of the following year cattle of the quarantined area of any State
may be moved interstate therefrom for purposes other than imme-
diate slaughter under the above-mentioned restrictions into that part
of the State of Arkansas not included in the quarantined area.
During the last 16 days of December, the months of January and
February, and the first 15 days of March cattle of the quarantined
area of any State may be moved interstate therefrom for purposes
other than immediate slaughter under the above-mentioned restric-
tions into that. part of the State of South Carolina not included in
the quarantined area.
Cattle of the quarantined area that have been shipped interstate
during the months of November, December, January, February,






























.ii..... ....": HLt Temaple, Tex.; the stockyards of the Fort Worth & Denver
3i way~ at Stamford, Tax.; the stockyards of the St. Louis &
L.nciaco0 Railroad, at Sapulpa and Afton, Okla.; the stock-
il.u o th.e Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway at Muskogee, Okla.;
Z.at.c other points as may from time to time be authorized by
..A.. $ etary: of Agriculture, provided such pens and the platforms,
U tea, and alleyways leading thereto have been cleaned and disih-
Aupibt under the supervision of an employee of the Bureau of Animal
d~~utry and are constructed and maintained in accordance with the
:pweuttions set out in-the regulations of the Secretary of Agri-
:l*i*rs to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle.
*, lc::i attle handled in such noninfectious pens shall be free from
ti4k (Margaropum annulatu) and shall not have been unloaded at
l '..i point in the quarantined area other than the designated unload-
4iii points named herein or hereafter authorized by the Secretary of
|.iiilAn^d they shall be reloaded into the same cars from which
:..0 .d *ito other cars which have been cleaned, washed, and
lipam.._rqured by the regulations of the Secretary of Agri-
uizrOft'&i prevention of the spread of splenetic, southern, or
ei* asev.er at4.%i, immediately before loading therein, and re-
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12.


It is further ordered that the interstaufehshipnient to points out-
side of the quarantined kires has: uikkfected cattle, of cattle of the non-
quarantined area that are exhibited at the Alabama State Eio-
sition, Montgomery, Ala., September 2.9 to October 4, 1913; New
State Fair, Muskogee, Okla., October 6 to 11, 1913; Mississippi-
Alabama Fair, Meridian, Miss., October 20 to 25, 1913; Ediporia
Agricultural Fair, Emporia, Va., October 21 to 24, 1913; Georgia
State Fair. Macon, Ga., October 21 to 31, 1913; Arkansas State Fair,
Hot Springs, Ark., October 27 to November 1, 1913; Georgia-
Carolina Fair, Augusta, Ga., November 5 to 15, 1913; National
Feeders' & Breeders' Show, Fort Worth, Tex., November 22 to 29,
1913, is hereby permitted subject to the following restrictions:
(a) Such cattle shall be shipped by rail to the points of exhibition
and shall not be unloaded in the quarantined area elsewhere than at
such points.
(b) Separate cleaned and disinfected chutes and other facilities
shall be provided for the exclusive unloading and loading of such
cattle at the points of exhibition.
(c) Such cattle shall be hauled in clean and disinfected wa &jns
direct from the cars in which they arrive at the points of exhibition
to the fair grounds, and from the fair grounds direct to the cars in
which they are to be reshipped.
(d) That portion of the fair grounds and other premises to be
occupied by such cattle shall have been inaccessible to other cattle f6r
at least six months previous to the date of the opening of the fair.
(e) In order that the hay, straw, and similar materials used for
feed and bedding by such cattle during the time they are within
the quarantined area shall be noninfectious, all such materials shall
originate outside of the quarantined area and be shipped therefrom
in cleaned and disinfected cars and so handled that they shall not
become infectious.
(/) Such cattle shall not be returned from the points of exhibition
to points outside of the quarantined area except in cleaned and dis-
infected cars, nor unless accompanied by a certificate issued by an
inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry showing that such cattle
have had no opportunity to become infected with the cattle tick
(Mlargaropus annulatus).
INTERPRETATION.
This rule 1, revision 11, shall be construed in connection with the
regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture for the prevention of the
spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle, and is subject
to amendment or revision on statutory notice.
Rule 1, revision 10 (B. A. I. Order 194), dated February 7, 1913,
effective March 1, 1913, shall cease to be effective on and after 'Sep-













.....i.lott... bsia. order im as follows:
the counties of Fisher and Jones, the remainder of Ter-

tt axrdman Counties, and portions of the counties of Crockett,
Mitchell, Haskell, and Knox are released from quarantine.
:okihhm a the county of Nowata and portions of the counties
O"age, and McClain are released from quaratine.
Temwe the counties of Henderson, Chester, and Hardin
reminder of Decatur, Wayne, McNairy, and Hardeman
nw released from quarantine.
the counties of Newton and Oconee are released from
ne.
South Carolina the remainder of the counties of Abbeville and
r are released from quarantine.

n"sion is made for the exhibition of susceptible cattle at certain
(i the quarantined area and their return to the free area.
Done at Washington this 14th day of
August, i913.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
Department of Agriculture
B. T. GALWAY.

Acting Secretary of Agriculture.







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