Rule 1, Revision 4, to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle

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Rule 1, Revision 4, to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle
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The entire State of Texas is quarantined, with the exception of
the counties of Dallam, Sherman, Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb,
Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts, Hemphill, Oldham, Potter,
Carson, Gray, Wheeler, Deaf Smith, Randal, Armstrong, Donley,
Collingsworth, Parmer, Castro, Swisher, Briscoe, Hall, Childress,.
Bailey, Lamb, Hale, Floyd, Motley, Cochran, Hockley, Lubbock,
Crosby, Dickens, Yoakum, Terry, Lynn, Garza, Kent, Gaines, Daw-
son, Andrews, Martin, El Paso, Jeff Davis, Presidio, Brewster,
Reeves, Loving, Winkler, Ector, Midland, and Ward.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the counties
of Cottle, Hardemag, Foard, Wilbarger, King, Knox, Baylor, Stone-
wall, Haskell, Borden, Scurry, Fisher, Jones, Howard, Mitchell
Glasscock, Sterling, Crane, Upton, Reagan, Irion, 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, Harrisburg and San Antonio ailtw
road 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, and 12 of said block
A2 and across section No. 1, Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe Railway
Company; thence continuing nortA 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 Exten-
sion Railway Company- thence continuing in a northerly direction
to a point on the northern boundary of section No. 6 block 160,
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company, same being comer
of pasture fence; thence east along the northern boundary of sec-
tions Nos. 6, 9 10, 11, 12, 15, and 16, block 160, Gulf, Colorado
and Santa Fe Ritailway Company, to the northeast comer of said
section No. 16, the same being corner of pasture fence; thence in a
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From the other counties and portions of c.tie tliat pit .
Texas which is quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texns ..e.......:
cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate tCI it ,
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OKLAHOMA.
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The entire State of Oklahoma is quarantined, except the counties of
Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, Harper, Woods, Alfalfa, Grant, Woodward,
Major, Garfield, Ellis, Dewey, Blaine, Kingfisher, Logan, Roger Mills,
Custer, Beckham, Washita, Oklahoma, that portion of Canadian
County north of the Canadian River, that portion of Cleveland County
north of the Canadian River and west of the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railway, that portion of Noble County west of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and north of the line between town-
ships 23 and 24 north, and that portion of Kay County west of the
Arkansas River.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of Greer County,
that portion of Jackson County west of the Kansas City, Mexico and
Orient Railroad, that portion of Caddo County north of the Mangum
branch of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway, that portion
of Canadian County south of the Canadian River, that portion of Kay
County east of the Arkansas River, that portion'of Cleveland County
east of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and north of
the line between townships 7 and 8 north, that portion of Payne
County north of the line between townships 19 and 20 north, or that
portion of Noble County east of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railway and south of the line between townships 21 and 22 north,
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 Okla-
homa, which is located in an area not quarantined for splenetic, south-
ern, 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 move-
ment from the proper official of the State or Territory into which the
cattle are to be shipped.
From the other counties and portions of counties in that part of
Oklahoma 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 regula-r
tions for immediate slaughter.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the quaran-
tined area of any State other than the State of Oklahoma shall, except
as hereinafter provided, be moved or allowed to move into Osage
County: Provided, That from October 1 of each year to May 15 of
the following year cattle of the quarantined area of any other State
may be moved into Osage County after having been satisfactorily
dipped in Beaumont crude petroleum, or otherwise properly treated,
under the supervision of an inspector of the Bureau of Animal
Industry.




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Dekalb County, thence northerly along said creek to its intersection' i
with the southern boundary of the twentieth civil district of said
county, thence easterly and northerly along the southern and eastern '
boundaries of said twentieth civil district to the southern boundary of .
the tenth civil district of said county near Capling, thence south-
easterly along the southern boundary of the tenth and twenty-second
civil districts of said county to Big Hurricane (or Hurricane) Creek,
thence northerly along said creek to Caney Fork River, thence north-
westerly along Caney Fork River to the eastern boundary of the
eighteenth civil district of said Dekalb County, thence northerly
along the eastern boundary of said eighteenth civil district to the
southern boundary of Putnam County; that portion of Putnam
County not included in the ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth civil
districts; and that portion of Fentress County west of the East Fork
of Obey River.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the counties
of Warren, Overton, or those portions of the counties of Dekalb,
Putnam, and Fentress, hereinbefore 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 Tennessee which
is located in an area not quarantined for splenetic, southern1 or
Texas fever unless and until the said cattle shall have been continu-
ously 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 Indus-
try, 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 counties and portions of counties in that part of
the State of Tennessee 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.
GEORGIA.
The entire State of Georgia is quarantined except the counties of
Union, Towns, and Rabun. i. ,, j
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Territory into which the cattle are to be shipped.
From the other counties and parts of counties in that portion of the
State of Virginia which is quarantined for splenetic, southern, ::or
Texas fever, cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move interatte
to points outside of the quarantined area in accordance with the
regulations for immediate slaughter.


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 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
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MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA, FLORIDA.

The entire States of Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida are quaran-
tined.
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- .. |.
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Cattle not of the quarantined area which are transported interstate .
by rail through the quarantined area may be unloaded therein for
rest, feed, and water into properly equipped noninfectious pens set -i
apart for such cattle at the Fort Worth stock yards, at Fort Worth,
Tex.; the stock yards of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway at Ail
Hodge and Denison, Tex.; the stock yards of the International and :1l
Great Northern Railroad at Laredo, Tex.; the Southern Pacific Rail- '
way stock yards at Los Angeles, Cal.; the stock yards at Colton, Cal.;
the stock yards of the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad at '
Sapulpa, Okla.; the stock yards of -the Missouri, Kansas and Texas I
Railway at Muskogee, Okla.; the stock yards of the Kansas City, ,
Mexico and Orient Railway at Altus, Okla.; and at such other points
as may from time to time be authorized by the Secretary of Agricul-
ture, provided such pens and the platforms, chutes, and alleyways :
leading thereto have been cleaned and disinfected under the super-
vision of an employee of the Bureau of Animal Industry and are I
constructed and maintained 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 unloading
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.
INTERPRETATION.

This Rule 1, Revision 4, shall be construed in connection with the
regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture promulgated March 22,
1907, and effective on and after April 15, 1907, and amendments
thereto, and is subject to amendment or revision on statutory notice.
Rule 1, Revision 3, dated March 17, 1908, effective April 1, 1908,
and all amendments thereto, shall cease to be effective on and after
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