Rule 1, Revision 6, to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle

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Rule 1, Revision 6, to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle
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provided immediate slaughter to any point m the United states not
in the 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 or
Territory 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, Cochran, Hockley, Lubbock; Crosby,
Dickens, Yoakum, Terry, Lynn, Garza, Kent, Gaines, Dawson,
Andrews, Martin, El Paso, Jeff Davis, Presidio, Brewster, Reeves,
Loving, Winkler, Ector, Midland, Ward, Scurry, Borden, Glass-
cock, Crane, Upton, and those portions of the counties of Pecos and
Terrell north and west of a line beginning at the southwest corner of
Terrell County; thence in a northerly direction to the northwest
corner of section No. 63, block D10, Texas Central Railway Company;
thence north along the western boundary of sections Nos. 64, 65, 66,
67, 68, 69, 70, 71, and 72 of said block D10 to the northwest corner
of said section No. 72; thence continuing north through the western
parts of sections Nos. 36,25, 24,13,12, and 1, block 150, Texas and St.
Louis Railroad Company, to the roadbed of the Galveston, Harris-
burg and San Antonio Railroad Company; thence southeasterly,
following the roadbed of the said Galveston, Harrisburg and San
Antonio Railroad Company, to a point on section No. 36, block A2,
Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railroad Company; thence
north with the pasture fence through the eastern part of sections
Nos. 36, 13, an 12 of said block A2 and across section No. 1, Gulf,
Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company; thence continuing north
with said pasture fence through the eastern part of sections Nos. 16,
17, 46 47 76, 77, 106 107, 136, 137, 142, 143, and 194, block D,
Missouri, Kansas and Texas Extension Railway Company; thence
continuing in a northerly direction to a point on the northern bound-
ary of section No. 6, block 160, Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Rail-
way Company, same being corner of pasture fence; thence east along
the northern boundary of sections Nos. 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, and 16,
block 160, Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company, to the
northeast corner of said section No. 16, the same being corner of
pasturefence; thence in a northerly direction with the eastern bound-
ary of sections Nos. 22, 21, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, and













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From the other counties and portions of counties in that part of |
Texas which is quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever,
cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to points
outside of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations I
for immediate slaughter. O
OKLAHOMA.
The entire State of Oklahoma is quarantined, except the counties
of Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, Harper, Woods, Alfalfa, Grant, Wood-
ward, Major, Garfield, Ellis, Dewey, Blaine, Kingfisher, Logan,
Roger Mills, Custer, Beckham, Washita, Oklahoma, Harmon, Cana-
dian, that portion of Cleveland County north of the line between
townships 7 and 8 north, that portion of Noble County not included
in townships 22 and 23 north, range 2 east, and that part of town-
ships 22 and 23 north, range 1 east, which is east of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, that portion of Kay County west of the
Arkansas River, that portion of Caddo County north of the Mangum
branch of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway, those por-
tions of Greer and Jackson counties west of the Kansas City, Mexico
and Orient Railway, and that portion of Payne County west and
north of a line commencing at the northeast corner of township 20
north, range 4 east, Indian meridian; thence south to line between
townships 19 and 20 north; thence west to line between ranges 3 and
4. east, Indian meridian; thence south to line between townships 18
and 19 north; thence west to line between ranges 2 and 3 east, Indian
meridian; thence south to line between townships 17 and 48 north;
thence west to line between ranges 1 and 2 east, Indian meridian;
thence south to the northwest corner of Lincoln County.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of those
portions of Greer and Jackson counties east of the Kansas City,
Mexico and Orient Railway, that portion of Cleveland County south
of the line between townships 7 and 8 north and west of the Indian
meridian, that portion of Caddo County south of the Mangum branch
of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway, and that portion
of Lincoln County west and south of a line beginning at the inter-
section of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway with the south-
ern boundary line of Lincoln County; thence following said railway in
a northeasterly direction to its intersection with the Fort Smith and
Western Railroad; thence following the said Fort Smith and Western
Railroad in a northwesterly direction to its intersection with the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway; thence westerly following
the said Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway to its intersection
with the western boundary line of Lincoln County, 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 Oklahoma which
is located in an area not quarantined for splenetic, southern, or
Texas fever unless and until the said cattle shall have been continu-
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Od and found free of infection and a: certificate auth. o.-
wat, ioned hy an inspec:tor of the Bureau of Animal Industry,
oornum hais been obtained in advance of the move.
11"WL the projw o al of the State or Territory into which the
are to be- shipped. Each application for inspection sh&U be
node by the owner or the nuaiager of the cattle on blank forms
b.* the department, and should be placed in the hands of
of thb'Burmu of Animal Industry in charge of the dis.
low than ten days in advance of the date on *hich inspec-
,pAred. Such applications for inspection shall be accom-
by'affidavits when uired by the said ingector.
the other counties P d portion of counties in that part of
which is quaranvilfor le etic, southern, or Texas
shall 9n1k be moved or 110"wed to move interstate to
outside of the quarantined axea mi accordance with the regu-
for immediate laughter.
]USSOURI.

"#iU*y CouinLty, that portion of Oregon County south of the line
ps 22 mad 23 north, thatportion of Newton County
of thoe t of way of the Kan as City Southern Railway, and
portion McDonald County west of the right of way of the
Southern &&way re quarantined.
the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of thpsie por-
n Newton, and McDonald counties herembefore
&e moved or allowed to move, e cept as provided
slaughter, to any point in the Ujted States not in
8044 of Missoun which is located in an area not quaruntined for
southern, or Texas fever unless and until the said cattle
I*ve been continuouoy, kept on Prellmes
known to ave been
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have been inspectied and found free of infection and a certificate
J:04*0rizmg the shipment issued Yy 8,U MSDector of the Bureau of
7 'Aftiftml Industry, nor until perinission shall have been obtained in
of the movement from, the proper official of the State or
tory W*to which the cattle are to be shipped.
from Ripley County cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move
intargate to ints outside of the quarantined area in accordance
with the regu= for immediate slaughter.
ARKANSAS.
TU entire StAte of Arkansas is quarantined eXcept the counties of
Randolph, Cl Greene, Lawrence, Qra*lzad Mississippi,
and
Dning thaeontinu a of t aq no cattle of that portion
Fulton countv omit of 8 R' er, or that portion of Sharp
Ar r, shall be d or allowed to move,
north of awberry Ya-= 'IV move
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of W!%V MLL.Y Point in the
SWtefll not in the state Arkidasas whioh Jis located i an
,#ot quarantined for splenetic southern., or:Texas fever, unless
until ihe said cAtle 4W have been continuously kept on prem-







ises 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 or Territory into which the cattle are to be
shaped.
From the other counties and parts of counties in that portion of
the State of Arkansas which is quarantined for splenetic, southern,
or Texas fever, 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.
MISSISSIPPI.
The entire State of Mississippi is quarantined, except the counties
of De Soto, Tate, and Tunica.
From the other counties in that part of the State of Mississippi
which is quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever cattle
shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to points outside
of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for imme-
diate slaughter.
TENNESSEE.
The following-mentioned counties and parts of counties are quar-
antined: The counties of Hardeman, McNairy, Chester, Henderson,
Decatur, Hardin, Wayne, Lawrence, Hamilton, Polk, Overton,
that portion of Madison County east and south of a line beginning
at a point on the southern boundary line of Madison County, where
the Illinois Central Railroad intersects said line, thence northerly
along the Illinois Central Railroad to the south fork of Forked Deer
River, thence easterly along said river to the mouth of Warliok
Creek, thence northerly along said creek to its intersection with the
Jackson and Cotton Grove road, thence northerly along said road
and the Cotton Grove road and Spring Creek road to Spring Creek,
thence northeasterly along the Jackson and Spring Creek road to
the southern boundary of Carroll County; that portion of Benton
County south of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad; that portion
of Lincoln County south of Elk River; that portion of Marion County
south and east of the Tennessee River; and that portion of Fentress
County west of the east fork of Obey River.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of Overton
County, or that portion of Fentress County, hereinbefore described,
shall be moved or allowed to move, except as provided for imme-
diate slaughter,, to any point in the United States not in the State of
Tennessee 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 or
Territory into which the cattle are to be shipped.




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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 Industry, nor until permission shall have been
obtained in advance of the movement from the proper official of the
State or Territory 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.
ALABAMA, FLORIDA.
The entire States of Alabama and Florida are quarantined.
From the above-mentioned States cattle shall only be moved or
allowed to move to points outside of the quarantined area in accord-
ance with the regulations for immediate slaughter.
GENERAL PROVISION.
During the continuance of the quarantine as herein established no
cattle of the quarantined 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 slaughter
upon inspection and certification by an inspector of the Bure a. of
Animal Industry.
OPEN SEASON. .A!
LhDuring the months of January, November, and December of each
year cattle of the quarantined area of any State may be moved inter-
state therefrom for purposes other than immediate slaughter into
the State of Kansas, the Territories of Arizona and New Mexico,
those portions of the States of California and Texas not included in
the quarantined area, and that portion of the State of Missouri south
of the Missouri River if the said cattle shall have been continuously
kept on premises known to have been free of infection for at least six
months and shall first have been inspected under proper facilities for
inspection at the point of origin and found free of infection and a cer-
tificate authorizing the movement issued by an inspector of the
Bureau of Animal Industry, and if permission shall first have been
obtained from the proper official of the State or Territory 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 immediate




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uu&r the abovep-mentioned restrietkwo. into that pordim
8,"" at oodwwu Mt the QU ne d area.
the =mtbs of Jowary wul Febrwry, the fint fifteen days
"Mamb, and the last sixteen days of December in each year cattle
dw quarangiuod area of any State may be moved interstate there-
for purpow other than immediate slaughter under the above-
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iut those portions of the States of Virginia,
"d South Chumlina, not included in the qu xantined

tbo month of January and the last seventeen days of
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in each year cattle of the quarantined area of any State
moved interstate therefrom for purposes other than imme-
slaughter under -the above-mentioned restrictions into that
of the State of Oklahoma not included in the qu rantined

13ittle of the quartatined ares that have been shipped infibratate
i the m6nths of January, Novemberf and December Of each
to any State or Territory outside of the quarantined are* other
those States or Territories and portions thereof set out heremi
t be moved into any of the States or Territories or portions
hereinbefore mentioned vnthin three months of the date of
ow"ment: from the qu rantined. area.
which an moved interstate from the quarantined area of
t"Y4* Stateinto those States or Territories or portions thereof herein-
mentioned, under certificates from'inspectors of the Bureau of
Industry, for feeding or stocking purposes, shall, when
Vdpped, be transported in cleaned and disinfected cars or boats, and
AW not be placed in stock pens which have been reserved for cattle
-6tiginating in the quarantined area.
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BrATIONS FOR NONINFECIMD CATTLB.
Cattu not Of the quarantined area which are tramported inter-
*ato by rail through the quarantined area may be unloaded therein
for rest, feed, and water into properly equipped noninfectious pens
set &part for such cattle at the Fort Worth stock yards, at Fort
Worth, Tex.; the stock yards of the Minouri, Kan -a's and Texas
'Rellway at Hodge and Denison, Tex.; the stock yards of the Inter-
C WOUil and Great Northern Railroad at Laredo, Tex.; the stock
ip,*06 61 the St. louis and San Francisco Railroad at Sapulpa, Okla.;
stmk yw& of the mmouri, ic as and Texas Railwayat Mus-
V.4 k*ej OU.; the stock- yards of the Kansas City, Mexico and Orient
Ai#wV*t Altus, Okla.; and at such other points as may from time
to tbris be authoAzed by, the Secretary of Agriculture, pro-vided such
and t& Platforno, chutes, and a&yways leading thereto have
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of the Bureau of Animal Industry and are constructed and main-
tained in accordance with the specifications set out in the regulations
of the Secretary of Agriculture to prevent the spread of splenetic
fever in cattle.
All cattle handled in such noninfectious pens shall be free from
ticks (Margaropus annulatus) and shall not have been unloaded at
any point in the quarantined area other than the designated unload-
ing points named herein or hereafter authorized by the Secretary of
Agriculture, and they shall be reloaded into the same cars from
which unloaded or into other cars which have been cleaned, washed,
and disinfected, as required by B. A. I. Order 143 and amendments
thereto, immediately before loading therein, and reshipped as unin-
fected cattle.
ARSENICAL SOLUTION.
In accordance with the provisions of Regulation 17 of the Regula-
tions of the Secretary of Agriculture governing the inspection, dis-
infection, certification, treatment, handling, and method and manner
of delivery and shipment of live stock which is the subject of inter-
state commerce, cattle of the area quarantined on account of Texas
or splenetic fever or other cattle infested with or exposed to ticks
(Margaropus annulatus) may be dipped, under the supervision of an
inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry, in the standard arsenical
solution, and when properly certified by said inspector to be free of
infection may be shipped interstate for purposes other than imme-
diate slaughter, subject only to such restrictions as may be imposed
by the authorities at destination: Provided, That such cattle shall be
dipped twice, with an interval of from seven to ten days between the
first and second dippings; that the cattle shall be considered infectious
and shall be handled as such during the interval between dippings;
that the cattle shall not be exposed to infection after the second
dipping; and that the facilities for preparing the dip and dipping the
cattle shall first have been approved by the Chief of the Bureau of
Animal Industry.
In preparing each 500 gallons of the standard arsenical solution
there shall be used 10 pounds of finely powdered white arsenic con-
taining not less than 99 per cent of arsenic trioxid, 25 pounds of sal
soda, and 1 gallon of pine tar. The arsenic and sal soda shall be boiled
together in not less than 25 gallons of water for fifteen minutes, or
longer if necessary to effect complete solution of the arsenic. Before
the pine tar is added the temperature of the solution shall be reduced
to 140 F. This may be done by the addition of cold water. The
pine tar shall then be added in a small stream while the solution is
thoroughly stirred, after which the solution shall be immediately
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MTZIYRZTAn0X*
1, Revision 6, shall be construed in connection with the
of the Secretary of Agriculture promulgated March 22,
imd, effective on and after April 15, 1907, and amendments
and is subiect to amendment or revm**on on statutory notice.
1. Revision 5, dated Doeember 2, 1909, effective December
shall cease to be effective on and after April 1, 1910, onand
cli date this Rule I Revision 6 whi h for purposes of iden-
is designated as B. A. I. Order 168, shall become and be
until otherwise ordered.
It ect of tW order is asfolZow-R:
Wifornia, the counties of Fresno Tulare Ventura Los Angeles,
Riverside, and a portion of San Luis Obispo County
",released from quarantine.
Texas the counties of Borden, Glasscock, Upton, Crane, and
ns of the counties of Pecos and Terrell are released from quar-
Privilege for movement on inspection from'the counties of
r, Baylor, and portions of the counties of Hardeman,
Knox, and Haskell is revoked.
Oklahoma portions of the counties of Noble, Payne, Cleveland,
Jackson are released from quarantine. Privilege for movement
41of"tion'is provided for portions of the counties of Lincoln,
Caddo, and Jackson, and revoked from a portion of Kay

U Arkansas the counties of Benton and Washington are released
quarantine.
Ift Mississippi. the counties of Do Soto, Tate, and Tunica am
from, -quarantine.
InTennesse6 the counties of Bradley and James are released from
'qxarantine.
elf Georgia the counties of White, Habersham, and Stephens are
%loased from quarantine.
In Vir i ea. Brunswick County is released from quarantine.
Arsenical solution is officially recognized for dipping southern
",ttle.
Done at Washington this 12th day of
March, 1910.
Witness my hand and the seal of the De-
partment, of Agriculture.
JAMES WMSONY
Secretary of Agriculture.


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