Rule 1, Revision 10, to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle

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Rule 1, Revision 10, to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle
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State of California 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.

TEXAS.


The entire State of Texas is quarantined with the exception of the
counties of Dallam, Sherman, Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb, Hart-
ley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts, Hemphill, Oldham, Potter, Carson,
Gray, Wheeler, Deaf Smith, Randall, Armstrong, Donley, Collings-
worth, Parmer, Castro, Swisher, Briscoe, Hall, Childress, Bailey,
Lamb, Hale, Floyd, Motley, Cottle, Cochran, Hockley, Lubbock,
Crosby, Dickens, King, Yoakum, Terry, Lynn, Garza, Kent, Stone-
wall, Gaines, Dawson, Andrews, Martin, Howard, El Paso, Jeff
Davis, Presidio, Brewster, Reeves, Loving, Winkler, Ector, Mid-
land, Ward, Scurry, Borden, Glasscock, Crane, Upton, Reagan, and
Pecos; that part of Hardeman County" north of the Fort Worth &
Denver City Railway and west of the' Kansas City, Mexico &
Orient Railway; those parts of Foard, Knox, and Haskell. Counties
west of the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Railway; that part of
Mitchell County north of the Texas & Pacific Railway; and that part
of Terrell County situate west and north of the following described
line: Beginning at the mouth of the Sanderson Canyon, on the Rio
Grande River; thence in a northwesterly direction following said
canyon to a point known as Baxter's curve on the Galveston, Houston
& San Antonio Railway; thence easterly following said railway to
Eldridge; thence north following N. H. Corder's and D. Hart's
pasture fences through the eastern part of sections 36, 13, and 12,
block A-2, Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Railway, across
section 1, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway; thence continuing
north on the D. Hart pasture fence through the eastern part of sec-
tions 16, 17, 46, 47, 76, and 77, thence east along the southern bound-
ary of sections 106, 105, 104, 103, and 102, thence north along
the eastern boundary of sections 102 and 111, thence east along south-
ern boundary of sections 131, 130 and 129, thence north along east-
ern boundary of sections 129, 152, 167, 172, and 187, thence east along
northern boundary of sections 186 and 185, thence north along west-
ern boundary of section 195, thence east along the northern boundary
of sections 195, 198, 187, and 200, Block D, Missouri, Kansas &
Texas Extension Railway; thence north following east boundary of
the Michael Kim and Charles Woodson surveys to the southeast
corner of section 43, block 1, Texas Central Railway; thence north
along the eastern boundary of sections 43 to 49, inclusive; thence
east along the southern boundary of sections 37, 36, 25, 24, and 19,
Texas Central Railway; thence north along the eastern boundary of
section 19 to southwest corner of section 7, block 34, State University
lands; thence east along southern boundary of sections 7" and 6 to


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.o*State University lands; thence
..... of J.an .4ye0's survey, thence north
...:. f ..aid Juan Re..yes's. Anna McClung's,
S.1 surveys, thence east along the southern bound-
...... 21, 20, and 7 thence north along 1he eastern bound-
ieions 7 to 13, inclusive, block B-2, Corpus Christi, San
& Rio Orande Narrow Gauge Railway, to the Pecos and
County line; thence east along the said Pecos and Terrell
Sty line .to its intersection with the Pecos River.
rZursn# the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the coun-
Fisher and Jones, or of that part of Mitchell County south of
..4a & Pacific Railway, shall be moved or allowed to move, ex-
is pridd for -immediate slaughter, to any,.point in the United
notm in the State of Texas which is located in an area not quar-
for pleetic, southern, o
osplenetic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until the
shall have been continuously kept on premises known to be
4.i.....nfction, which knowledge shall be based on thorough investi-
W made by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry, at
owner's solicitation, during a period best suited for making such
on for the purpose of ascertaining actual conditions,, and
and until the cattle-shall have been inspected and found free
cton and a certificate authorizing the shipment issued by an
the Bureau of Animal Industry, nor until permission
.have been obtained in advance of the movement from the proper
ei ug of the State into which the cattle are to be shipped. Each
*iil^^^^^^^^- for inspection shall be duly, made by the owner or the
...!.... ag. of the cattle on blank forms furnished by the department,
.i';idd : be placed in the hands of the inspector of the Bureau of
^ imidsr ty in charge of the, district not less than 10 days in
^ "advfc~ed the date on which inspection is required. Such applica-
:,i+ +'HIla ft w ,oin-.spection shall be accompanied by affidavits when required
by thi maid inspector.
.'..0o battle .of the quarantined area of any other State shall at any
|ie, be transported or moved in any manner into Crockett County,
Ta' ife unless and until the cattle shall have been properly dipped, in-
:* pected,, found free of infection, and certified, as required for the in-
s:; t1iater movement of cattle for purposes other than immediate
ri i....a.. tw; nor shall any cattle be moved or allowed to move, except as
.i' iW deds for immediate-slaughter, from Crockett County to any
pui ''i tin. the United States noting the State of Texas, which is located
*i a::, area not quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever un-
i,'::, le as and until the said cattle shall have been properly dipped, in-
spod, .., or certified in accordance with the bureau requirements, nor
....im.'i l pe.mission shall have been obtained in advance of the movement
WW .the proper official of the State into which the cattle are to be
r hie. =.^..^ other counties and parts of counties in the State of
tt:tl." "l.iai e shall only be moved or'allowed to move interstate to
F..... ......mde of the quarantined area in accordance with the regu-
.. .......... m at laughter, or for other purposes as providedtby
As... ..lai ..or .. dipping, inspection, or certication.
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In the State of Texas where a line of railroad separates the quar-
antined from the free area, shipping points are reserved for nonin-
fected cattle as follows: Chillicothe, Hardeman County; Crowell,
Foard County; Truscott and Benjamin; Knox County; Rule, Has-
kell County; and Colorado, Iatan, Westbrook, and Loraine, Mitchell
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, Paw-
nee, Payne, Lincoln, and Cleveland. that part of Tillman County
north of the base line; that part of Grady County north and west
of a line beginning at the eastern line of said county at its intersec-
tion with the township line between townships 7 and 8 north, thence
west on said township line to the range line between ranges 5 and 6
west, Indian meridian, thence south on said range line to the south-
east corner of section 13, township 7 north, range 6 west, Indian
meridian, thence west along the section line through the middle of
township 7 north, range 6 west, and township 7 north, range 7 west,
to its intersection with the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad,
thence southwesterly following said railroad to its intersection with
the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway, thence southerly follow-
ing said railway to the Stephens County line; that part of McClain
County north of the township line between townships 8 and 9 north;
that part of Pottawatomie County north of a line beginning at the
west line of said county at the southwest corner of section 19, town-
ship 7 north, range 2 east, Indian meridian, thence east on the section
line between sections 19 and 30 to the southeast corner of section 22,
township 7 north, range 3 east, thence south on the section line to the
township line between townships 6 and 7 north, thence east on said
township line to the Seminole County line; that part of Osage
County west of the range line between ranges 7 and 8 east, Indian
meridian; that part of Craig County north and east of a line begin-
ning at the southeast corner of township 26 north, range 21 east,
Indian meridian, thence west along the line between townships 25
and 26 north to the southwest corner of township 26 north, range 20
east, thence north along the line between ranges 19 and 20 east to the
northwest corner of township 26 north, range 20 east, thence west
along the township line between townships 26 and 27 north to the
Nowata County line; and that part of Ottawa County west and north
of a line beginning where the Spring River intersects the northern
line of said county, thence southerly along the course of said river to
its confluence with the Neosho River, thence continuing southerly
along the course of the Neosho River to its intersection with the St.
Louis & San Francisco Railroad, thence southwesterly along the said
railroad to its intersection with the Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf Rail-
road, thence southerly along the Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf Rail-
road to the Delaware County line, thence west along said county line
to the southwest corner of Ottawa County.







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S .j ohrcouIatie and parts of counties in the State of
AM ... iN i hAQl oly be moved or allowed to move interstate.
n of te -inarantined area in accordance with the reg-
ismediate slaughter, or for other purposes as provided
; tions for dipping, inspection, or certification.
bit Sate of Oklahoma where a line of railroad separates the
wanted .from the free area, shipping points are reserved for
'Wnfrs cattle as follows: Rush Springs and Agawan, Grady

ii~iiIii *:. lSSOURI.

..........e following-mentioned area is quarantined: That part of Rip-
M,_County comprising congressional township 23 north, ranges 1
.. 2 ast,. the northern half of congressional township 22 north,
page 1 east, and the part of the north half of congressional town-
.2 :north, range 2 east, which lies west of Current River.
urig the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the area
shall be moved or allowed to move, except as provided for
immediate slaughter, to any point in the United States not in the
t -G $tteof Missouri which is located in an area not quarantined for
A.. s .. etic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until the said cattle
<*411: ^...have been continuously kept on premises known to have been
of infection for at least six months and unless and until the cat-
it s, hall have been inspected and found free of infection and a certi-
..... authorizing the shipment issued by an inspector of the Bureau
S. ..... Animal Industry, nor until permission shall have been obtained
~i- yance of the movement -from the proper official of, the State
i.o which the cattle are to be shipped.


.il ,,' .. .... mt7 t. ARKANSAS
T: he entire State of Arkansas is quarantined except the counties
fi Fulton, Randolph, Clay, Greene, Lawrence, Craighead, Missis-



i tppi, Poinsett, Crittenden, Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison,
an ad Newtoni; that part of Sharp County north of the Strawberry
R iiver; and those parts of Cross, St. Francis, Lee, and Phillips Coun-
,-ta..,,.. .. es east of the St. Francis River.
t| From the other counties and parts of counties in the State of
A zAkansas cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to
E lts outside of the quarantined area in accordance with the regu-
itions for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes as provided
by the regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
., .)LOUISIANA.
... e entire State of Louisiana is quarantined.
*"'i::i ," the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the par-
mheqt u: ncoln and Claiborne shall be moved or allowed to move,
mex$ as provided for immediate slaughter, to any point in the
Onied..Sta. not. in the State of Louisiana, which is located in an
ar&a tam ot quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever unless
ad. until theaaid cattle shall have been continuously kept on prem-
.iuknown t have been free of infection for at least six months,




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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 permis-
sion 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 quar-
antined area in accordance with the regulations for immediate
slaughter, or for other purposes as provided by the regulations for
dipping, inspection, or certification.

MISSISSIPPI.
The entire State of Mississippi is quarantined except the counties
of De Soto, Tate, Tunica, Coahoma, Panola, Benton, Washington,
Issaquena, Hinds, and Adams; that part of Attala County north and
west of the Yokahockany River and Bese Chitto Creek; that part of
Chickasaw County east of a line beginning at the intersection of the
southern boundary of said county with Hoolka Creek, thence follow-
ing said creek in a northwesterly direction to the New Orleans, Mobile
& Chicago Railroad, thence north following said railroad to the Pon-
totoc County line; that part of Claiborne County south of the Bayou
Pierre River and the north fork of said river; that part of Holmes
County east of a line beginning with the intersection of the Leflore
County line with the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad, thence
southerly following said railroad to Black Creek, thence east follow-
ing Black Creek to Howard, Miss., thence southerly following the
foothill bluffs to the Yazoo County line; that part of Jefferson
County north and west of the Jackson & Natchez branch of the
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad; that part of Lafayette County
west and north of a line beginning at the intersection of the Illinois
Central Railroad with the northern boundary of said county, thence
following said railroad in a southerly direction to the Yocona River,
thence following said river in a southwesterly direction to the Yalo-
busha County line; that part of Leake County north and west of the
Pearl and the Yokahockany Rivers; that part of Lowndes County
west of the Tombigbee River; those parts of Madison County west and
south of the Illinois Central Railroad and north and east of a line
beginning in township 8 at the intersection of Pearl River with the
line between ranges 3 and 4 east, thence north along said range line
to the Tildo Bogue Creek, thence northwesterly following said creek
to the Yazoo County. line; all of Marshall County west and north of
Tippah Creek; that part of Monroe County south and west of a line
beginning where the Monroe and Itawamba County line is crossed
by Scholfe Creek, thence southerly following said creek to where it
empties into West Fork, thence in a southerly direction following
West Fork and Tombigbee River to Weavers Creek, thence easterly
following said creek to the main line of the St. Louis & San Francisco
Railroad, thence following said railroad to the Alabama State line;
that part of Noxubee County east of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad;
that part of Rankin County east and north of a line beginning where
the southern boundary of said county is intersected by the line be-
tween ranges 3 and 4 east, thence north along said range line to the
Pelahatches Creek, thence in a westerly direction following said





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IIIi;m lie;ad that part of Yazoo County east
..ee the Yaoo river croes the northern
Kf| .coty, thence following said river in a southerly
I Yaw.. City1 thence following the Yazoo & MiMispp
..Ra.il..nod. moutherly to. the Madison County line, leaving the
of BenDitonia in the quarantined area.
the other counties and parts of counties in the State of Mis-
.attle shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to
outside of the quarantined area in accordance with the regu-
for., immediate slaughter or for other purposes as provided by
kiwtion .for dipping, .inspection, or certification.
.. Stote of 'Mississippi where a line of railroad separates the
.... .. ..ed .from the free area, shipping points are reserved for
Mt cattle as follows: Fayette, Harrison, and Lorman, Jeffer-
y Yazoo City, Eden, and Vaughn, Yazoo County; Quincy
wood Springs, Monroe County; Flora, Madison County;
Chick w County;' Brookville, Gurler, and Shuqualak,
County; and Abbeville and Taylor, Lafayette County.
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.,he following-mentioned counties anid parts of counties are quar-
frted.: The Counties of Chester, Henderson and Hardin; that
-rr -of Hardeman County within a line beginning at the inter-
it qior. of the Bolivar-Pocahontas public highway and Spring Creek,
fI:in "a southeasterly direction along said public highway to
Creek, thence in a northerly direction to Hatchie River,
712-II .. 11 ...teasterly and southerly direction along said river to the
.,f &IMuddy Creek, thence in a southwesterly direction along
.:; !,iI ..' to the Southern Railway, thence in a westerly direction
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p ^ ~railway to Spring Creek, thence in a northerly direction
,Iug- said creek to the beginning; that part of McNairy County
'"As, and south of a line beginning where the Mobile & Ohio Rail-
rad crosses the north line of said county, thence following said rail-
ad in.. a southerly direction to about 3 miles south of Ramer, where
di, ,., rsilrqad crosses Muddy Creek dredge, thence in a westerly di-
tMpio. fohowing said Muddy Creek dredge about 2j miles, where
,,it empties into Cypress Creek, thence along said Cypress Creek in a
N ,an.. westerly direction to the Southern Railway, thence westerly along
.. 64' riajlway to the Hardeman County line; all of Decatur County,
~: ,"* thatt part east and north of a line beginning where the Camden
pi *tur. v.Dam ille public road crosses the northern boundary of said
0c6unty, thence following said-public road in a southerly direction
t .o. where it ceosses Lick Creek, thence following said creek in a south-
aii sterly direction to the Tennessee River; that part of Wayne County
eth of a line beginning where the Waterloo road intersects the
1,..,., ~ boundary of said county, thence in a southwesterly direction
TI IN Creek, thence following Factory Creek in a northwesterly
i.:'.'"to the mouth of Shawnetee Creek, thence up Shawnetee
'..."f.l western ..direction to the fork of said creek at the
|. Church thence following the road leading up the
iproj of a.id creek, in a northwesterly direction to its inter-
ti
ot1wit1~~itbW~nsboro and Florence road at the Rinks place,
tim........ oe following the Waynesboro and Florence road in a northerly


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direction to where the Chalk Creek and Highland schoolhouse road
intersect said road, thence following the Chalk Creek and Highland
schoolhouse road in a northwesterly direction to its intersection. wjth
the Waynesboro and Pinhook road, thence following said road in a
northerly direction about 200 yards to the road leading down to the
Old's tanyard place on the headwaters of Hog Creek, thence follow-
ing down Hog Creek and Hardins Creek in a westerly direction to
its intersection with the Hardin County line; and that part of
Marion County south and east of the Tennessee River.
From the above-mentioned counties and parts of counties 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 immediate slaughter, or for other purposes
as provided by the regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
In the State of Tennessee where a line of railroad separates the
quarantined from the free area shipping points are reserved for
noninfected cattle as follows: Finger, McNairy, Bethel, and Selmer,
McNairy County, and all railroad shipping- points in Hardeman
County. The shipping points of Allens Creek, on the Nwashville,
Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway, and Clifton, on the Tennessee
River, are outside of the quarantined area.

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, and Putnam.
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 immediate
slaughter, or for other purposes as provided by the regulations for
dipping, inspection, or certification.

SOUTH CAROLINA.

The entire State of South Carolina is quarantined except the
counties of Oconee, Pickens, Greenville, Anderson, Spartanburg,
Cherokee, York, Laurens, Greenwood, Marlboro, and Darlington;
that part of Abbeville County north of the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
way; that part of Chester County west of the Southern Railway ad
north of the Lancaster & Chester Railway; and that part of LUn-
caster County north and west of Waxhaw Creek.





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kb oi& d parts of counties in the State of
1.ti. shl ely be moved or allowed to move inter-
of the quarantined area in accordance with
oir immediate slaughter, or for other purposes as
tth regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
me S tat of South Carolina where a line of railroad separates
ied from the free area shipping points are reserved for
f..edl cattle as follows: Abbevflle and Calhoun Falls, Abbe-
9. unity, and Chester and Richburg, Chester County.

NOT CAROLINA.
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........ e of Moore, Harnett, Johnston, Northampton, Hert-
Ihip Gates, Chowan, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Camden,
.....n Washington, Tyrrell, Dare, Hyde, Beaufort, Pitt,
RsonCumberland, Hoke, Scotland, Robeson, Bladen,
Len+ir. Craven, PamliCo, Carteret. Jones, Duplin, Onslow,
eLenoir uVn P. Dpuin, Onslow,
..... .. ...... Columbus, Brunswick, and New ianover are quarantined.
Ston ~the above-mentioned counties in the State of North Caro-
ttle shall only be moved or allowed to moveinterstate to points
.... f ieoft the "quarantined area in accordance with the regulations
n ++"+ +'. immediate" siagtr e yt
l ifiilla .slaughi .ter, or for other purposes as provided by the
",.4u oa mfor dipping, inspection, or certification.
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Rontie of Sussex, Surry, Southampton, Isle of Wight, and
.|i!~s:ul3'~)ond; that part of Greenesville County south of Meherrin
qh.^that part of Warwick County not included in the Newport
Re:9s mgsterial district; and that part of York County not in-
tI..... t. ed in the Bruton magisterial district are quarantined.
V .,:::iiii::. the above-mentioned counties and parts of counties in the
Sat.^^^^ of Vi^rginia cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move
l:'' 4t:srsitiate to points outside of the quarantined area in accordance
t wirpi the regulations for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes
t. i. ided by the regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
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,]|,,.. 2W .. FLORIDA.

I 'Ie m en tire State of Florida is quarantined.
PFrm--the State of Florida cattle shall only be moved or allowed
o wove to points outside of the quarantined area in accordance with
b re. tlions for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes as
yididby the regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.

k* .. KANSAS.
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...i'Theing-mentioned area is quarantined: The stockyards of
Topeka & Santa Fe Railway at Elgin, Chautauqua
K and the fenced strip of land extending from said
~3~rd tote Oklahoma Stat. line.
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GENERAL PROVISIONS.
During the continuance of the quarantine as herein established no
cattle of the quarantine area of any State (except those portions from
which cattle may be moved upon inspection) shall be moved or
allowed to move to any portion of the quarantined area of another
State from which, under the specific provisions of this rule, cattle
are allowed to be shipped for purposes other than immediate slaugh-
ter upon inspection and certification by an inspector of the Bureau
ef Animal Industry.
In case cattle are moved or allowed to m6ve 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.

OPEN SEASON.

During the months of November, December, and January cattle of
the quarantined area of any State may be moved interstate therefrom
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 quarantined
area; and that part of the State of Missouri south of the Missouri
River, if the said cattle are in counties or localities where coopera-
tive tick eradication is systematically conducted, and they shall
have been continuously kept on premises known to be free of infec-
tion (such knowledge shall have come from an official source or be
based on thorough investigation made at the owner's solicitation 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
of infection, and a certificate authorizing the movement 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










...j. i ..atin..d am" that have been shipped interstate
h!^|r3e~ ,*g orfovember December, January, February, and
15 days of March to any State outside of the quarantined
tbhr than those States and parts thereof set out herein shall
i. moved into any of the States or parts thereof hereinbefore
within three months of the date of the movement from

whch are moved interstate from the quarantined area of
into those States or parts thereof hereinbefore mentioned
Vrfats from inspectors of the Bureau of Animal Industry
hMF. F dipped, be transported in cleaned and disinfected cars
and shall not be placed in stock pens which have been
0or cattle originating in the quarantined area.
t WMDING STATIONS FOR NONINFECTED CATTLE.
2 : 0. ot.f the quarantined area, and cattle of the quarantined
when properly dipped, inspected, or certified in accordance with
SRw n requirements, may be transported interstate by rail
tlb g the quarantine area, and when unloaded therein for rest,
t4witaA Water, shall be handled in properly equipped noninfectious
'lli~~ ukpart for such cattle at the Fort Worth stockyards, at Fort
iWip T e; the stockyards of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Rail-
U H:odge and Denison, Tex.; the stockyards of the Interna-
|| 4& mt Northern Bailroad, at Laredo, Tex.; the stockyards of
i$btVewx &. Pacific Railway, at Baird, Tex.; the Union Stockyards,
iatiii San Antonio, Tex.; the stockyards of the Gulf, Colorado & Santa
||Wilay, at Temple, Tex.; the stockyards of the Fort Worth &
i|lenvr City Railway, at Stamford, Tex.; the stockyards of the St.
Jiii A San Francisco Railroad, at Sapulpa and Afton, Okla.; the
ifilhqyds of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway, at Muskogee,
JMt" and at such other points as may from time to time be authorized
Sof Agriculture, provided such pens and the platforms,
eat alleyways .leading thereto have been cleaned and disin-
,er the supervision of an employee of the Bureau of Animal
.. ...4d are constructed and maintained in accordance with the
1iri ns set out in the regulations of the Secretary of Agricul-
St.. to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle.
OWO.I handled in. such noninfectious pens shall be free from
jSI, (Me wu. amnulatw) and shall not have been unloaded at
?abjy it in the quarantined area other than the designated unload-
Sa EhherW ~brein or thereafter authorized by thOe Secretary




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of Agriculture, and they shall betreloaded into the same cars from
which unloaded, or into other cars which have been cleaned, washed,
and disinfected, as required by the regulations of the Secretary of
Agriculture for the prevention of the spread of splenetic, southern,
or Texas fever in cattle, immediately before loading therein, and re-
shipped as uninfected cattle.

INTERPRETATION.

This rule 1, revision 10, 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 9 (B. A. I. Order 187), dated March 4, 1912,
effective March 25, 1912, shall cease to be effective on and after March
1, 1913, on and after which date. this rule 1, revision 10, which for
purposes of identification, is designated as B. A. I. Order 194, shall
become and be effective until otherwise ordered.

The effect of this order, including changes made by amendments to
B. A. I. Order 187 and embodied herein, is as follows:
In California the remainder of San Luis Obispo County is re-
leased from quarantine.
In Texas the counties of Stonewall, Reagan, the remainder ef
Howard County, and portions of the counties of Hardeman, Foard,
Knox, Haskell, and Terrell are released from quarantine.
In Oklahoma the county of Comanche, the remainder of the coun-
ties of Kiowa, Pawnee, Lincoln, and Cleveland, and portions of the
counties of Tillman, Grady, McClain, Pottawatomie, Osage, Craig,
and Ottawa are released from quarantine.
In Missouri the remainder of the counties of Oregon, McDonald,
and Newton are released from quarantine.
In Arkansas the counties of Newton, Fulton, and Crittenden, and
portions of the counties of Sharp, Cross, St. Francis, Lee, and Phil-
lips are released from quarantine.
In Mississippi the counties of Coahoma, Washington, Issaquena,
and Hinds, the remainder of Benton County, and portions of the
counties of Attala, Chickasaw, Claiborne, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leake,
Lowndes, Madison, Marshall, Monroe, Noxubee, Rankin, and Yazoo
are released from quarantine, and a small portion of Claiborne
County is again quarantined.
In Tennessee the remainder of the counties of Polk and Hamilton,
and portions of the counties of Hardeman, McNairy, Decatur, and
Wayne are released from quarantine.
In Alabama the county of Madison is released from quarantine ,









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