Rule 1, Revision 3, to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle

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Rule 1, Revision 3, to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle
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During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the counties
of Riverside, Los Angeles, Ventura, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara
(except the island of Santa Rosa), that portion of San Bernardino
County west of the one hundred and sixteenth meridian west longi-
tude, or that portion of Fresno County west of the right of way of
the main line of the Southern Pacific Company 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 California which
is located in an area not quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas
fever unless and until the said cattle shall have been inspected and
found free of infection and a written permit for the movement 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 counties in California which are 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 immediate slaughter.
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, and Ward.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the coun-
ties of Cottle, Hardeman, Foard, Wilbarger, King, Knox, Baylor,
Stonewall, Haskell, Borden, Scurry, Fisher, Jones, Howard, Mitchell,
Glasscock, Sterling, Crane, Upton, Reagan, Irion, those portions of
the counties of Pecos arid Terrell north and west of a line beginning
at point on the western boundary of Pecos County where said boun -
ary is intersected by the roadbed of the Galveston,Harrisburg and San
Antonio Railroad Company; thence in an easterly direction with the
center of said roadbed to a point on section No. 36, block A2, Galves-
ton, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railroad Company; thence north
with the pasture fence, running in a northerly direction through the
eastern part of sections Nos. 13 and 12 of said block A2 and across
section 1, Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company; thence
continuing north with said pasture fence through the eastern parts 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 Com-
pany; 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 corner of pasture fence;
thence east along the northern boundary of sections Nos. 6, 9, 10 11,
12, 15, 16 block 160, Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Com-
pany, to the northeast comer of said section No. 16, the same being
corner of pasture fence; thence in a northerly direction with the
eastern boundary of sections Nos. 22, 21; 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29,
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*!i9" to wthe northwest comer of section No. 100, block A2,
..Central RailwaV Company; thence east with the northern
l jof sections os. 100 and 89, same block, to the northeast
.- amid section No. 89,block A2, Texas Central Railway Com-
hI ene north along the eastern, boundary of sections Nos. 90,
anizda 93 to the southeast corner of section No. 94, block A2,
.i'i:Cenral Railway Company; thence northwest diagonally
..t.c..on No. 94 to the northwest corner of said section; thence
.in a northwesterly direction diagonally across sections
4! 8, and 28 to the northeast corner of section No. 29, block C4,
Qal-rado and Santa Fe Railway Company; thence west with the
Mnboundary of said section No. 29 to the northwest corner of
.ieon* thence northwest diagonally across section No. 1, Texas
R i ny Company, section No. 97, block 194, Gulf, Colorado
.iPnt.Fe Railway Company, to the northeast corner of section No.
| gf.. 61 in a northerly direction across section No. 94 to a point
northn boundary 600 varas west of its northeast corner;
ceonnuing north trugh sections Nos. 93, 90, 89, 86, 85, and
194, Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company, to a
:on the northern boundary of said section No. 58; thence north-
with the pasture fence through section No. 59 to the north-
|*tirer of section No. 82 and the southeast corner of section No.
l|^aebl |and Great Northern Railroad Company; thence north along
asten boundary of said section No. 17 to the Pecos River; thence
t Mrly along said Pecos River to the northwest corner of
i4ktt County, or that portion of Tom Green County west of a line
ttdig due north from thejnortheast corner of Irion County to the
wban boundary of Coke County, shall be moved or allowed to
e, e except as provided for immediate slaughter, to any point in the
mted Smtates not in 'the State of Texas which is located in an area not
auMtined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until
estatfle shall have been inspected and found free of infection
written n permit for the shipment issued by an inspector of the
f m mu.An Industry, nor until permission shall have been
Ma in. advance of the movement from the proper official of the
M I'Territory into which the cattle are to be shipped.
'6. ii the counties and portions of counties in that part of
t i ).=Jjquaranti for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever,
"ilt.: l l -ve or allowed to move interstate to points
tad 411* train area in accordance with the regulations

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OKLAHOMA.
The entire State of Oklahoma is quarantined except the counties
of Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, Harper, Woods, Alfalfa, Grant, Kay,
Woodward, Major, Garfield, Ellis, Dewey, Kingfisher, Logan, Roger
Mills, Custer, Beckham, Washita, Oklahoma, that portion of Blame
County north of the Canadian River, 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, and that portion of Noble County west of the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and north of the line
between townships 23 and 24 north.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of Greer
County, that portion of Cleveland County east of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and north of the line between town-
ships 7 and 8 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, or of the Kansas Nation or Osage Nation,
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 inspected and found free of infection and a written permit for
the shipment issued by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry,
nor until permission shall havd 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 regular
tions for immediate slaughter.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the quar-
antined area of any State or Territory other than the State of
Oklahoma shall, except as hereinafter provided, be moved or allowed
to move into the Kansas Nation or Osage Nation: Provided, That
from October 1 of each year to May 15 of the following year cattle
of the quarantined area of any other State or Territory may be
moved into the above-mentioned nations after having been satis-
factorily dipped in Beaumont crude petroleum, or otherwise properly
treated, under the supervision of an inspector of the Bureau of
Animal Industry.
MISSOURI.
Ripley County, that portion of Oregon County south of the line
between townships 22 and 23 north, that portion of Newton County
west of the right of way of the Kansas City Southern Railway, and
that portion of McDonald County west of the right of way of the
Kansas City Southern Railway are quarantined.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the area
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 Missouri which is located in an area not
quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until
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011 s State of Arkansas is quarantined except the counties
Ill RAdolph, Clay, Greene, and Lawrence.
the .continuance of this quarantine no cattle of Benton
7it ::Ube moved or allowed to move, except as provided for
.e t ..augh.ter, to any point in the United States not in the
SofArkans which is located in an area not quarantined for
tS., southern, or Texas fever unless and until the said cattle
Iaftr, been inspected and found free of infection and a written
ior Jthe shipment issued by an inspector of the Bureau of
||Industry, nor until perm ission shall have been obtained in
0i40 of the movement, from the roper official of the State or
tiay ino which the cattle are to be ipped.
Im the other counties in that portion of the State of Arkansas
is quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever, cattle
t n.1m.oved or allowed to move interstate to points outside
lIWUM zaintined area in accordance with the regulations for imme-
te sau~ter.


1''NESSEE.
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Eavin2g-mentioned counties and parts of counties are quar-
SThe counties of Shelby, Hardeman, McNairy, Chester, Hen-
Decatur, Hardm, Wayne, Lawrence, Marion, Hamilton
.Bradl. ey, Polk, Warren, Overton, Pickett; that portion of
fr, Madman County east and south of a line beginning at a point on the
4 father boundary line of Madison County where the Illinois Central
'Rnad bjiree: Wct said line; thence northerly along the Illinois Cen-
fAi; ; I sRihoad to the corporate limits of the city of Jackson; thence
:'y!and northerly along the corporate limits of the city of Jack-
iMl to. the Jackson and Spring Creek public road; thence northerly
...l*li'.i** the Jackson and Spring Creek public road to its intersection
"..!.::.:. :::. the southern boundary of Carroll County; that portion of Benton
;,: 4:. aysou-th of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad; those portions
tiE: :: i couninties of Giles, Lincoln, and Franklin south of Elk River;
S ion of Sequatchie County east of the western bluff or crest 01
a Wai:e. Ridge; that portion of Dekalb County south and east of a
hI giiM at the intersection of the northeastern corner of Cannon
bu; Cuy: withthe west prong of Dry Creek near the southeast corner of
O tthird civil district of Dekalb county; thence northerly along said
; c te its intersection with the southern boundary of the twentieth
W id. dihbict of said county; thence easterly and northerly along the
II soutlhm andm : eastern boundaries of said twentieth civil district to the
1 smothsn boundary of the tenth civil district of said county near Cap-
l,1ag; thence southeasterly along the southern boundary of the tenth
sII.:.:.d twenty-second civil districts of said county to Big Hurricane (or
flr.ic~~ae Creek; thence northerly along said creek to Caney Fork
,ivr; thence northwesterly along Caney Fork River to the eastern

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boundary of the eighteenth cfvil 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 and eleventh civil
districts; that portion of Fentress County west of the East Fork Obey
River, and that portion of White County north and west of a line
beginning on the southern boundary of White County where the Calf
Killer River empties into Caney Fork River; thence northerly along
Caney Fork River to the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Rail-
way; thence northeasterly along the Nashville, Chattanooga and St.
Louis Railway to the western bluff of Cumberland Mountain, near
Bon Air; thence continuing northeasterly along the bluff of Cumber-
land Mountain to the Putnam County line near Ravenscroft.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the counties
of Warren, Overton, Pickett, or those portions of the counties of
Dekalb, Putnam, Fentress, and White, above described, shall be
moved or allowed to move, except as provided for immediate slaugh-
ter, 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
inspected and found free of infection and a written permit for 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 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.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the counties
of Fannm, Murray, Gilmer, White, Habersham, Stephens, or Hall
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 Georgia which is located in an area not quarantined for splenetic,
southern, or Texas fever unless and until the said cattle shall have
been inspected and found free of infection and a written permit for
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 in that part of the State of Georgia 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.
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the other counties in the State of South Carolina cattle shall
Moved or allowed to moie interstate to points outside of the
tinod area in accordance with the regulations for immediate

NORTH CAROLINA.
.... counties of Warren Franklin, Wake, Chatham, Randolph,
n, Union, Anson, Montgomery, Moore, Harnett, Johnston,
...Et.i.'Nash, Halifax, Northampton, Hertford, Bertie, Gates,
anPerquimans, Pasquotank, Camden, Currituck, Edgecombe,
.... IffWasuigton, Tyrell, Dare, Hyde, Beaufort, Pitt, Wayne,
apson, ~Cumberland, Richmond Scotland, Robeson, Bladen,
GeeLenoir Craven, Pamlico, Carteret, Jones, Duplin, Onslow,
Jtadr; Columbus, Brunswick, and New Hanover are quarantined.
.....F the counties above mentioned cattle shall only be moved
ie a.w. to move interstate to points outside of the quarantined
I' .accordance with the regulations for immediate slaughter.
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..... .. VIRGINIA.
.......... of Fluvanna, Chesterfield, York, Pittsylvamnia, Meck-
'1i1: ,Lunenburg Brunswick, Greenesville, Sussex, Surry, South-
; 'pton, Isle of Wight, and Nansemond are quarantined.
i;IDuring the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of Fluvanna
| ounty shall be moved or allowed to move, except as provided for
|i|4 :id ia3t slaughter, to any point in the United States not in the
IP:: a e, ofVirginia which is located in an area not quarantined for
i (02pAtic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until the said cattle
;. ,.:, l have been inspected and found free of infection and a written
I~~vert for the shipment issued by an inspector of the Bureau of
,Aiimal Industry, nor until permission shall have been obtained in
s44vwe of the movement from the proper official of the State or
tpio^ry into which the cattle are to be shipped.
I;romn the other counties in that portion of the State of Virginia
whi is quarantined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever, cattle
sa&ll only)be moved or allowed to move interstate to points outside
of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for imme-
I :1 i.4 slaughter.


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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 quaran-
tined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until the said
cattle shall have been inspected and found free of infection and a
written permit for 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.
MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA, FLORIDA.
The entire States of Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida are quar-
antined.
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 or Territory (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 or Territory from which, under the specific provi-
sions of this rule, cattle are allowed to be shipped for purposes other
than immediate slaughter upon inspection and certification by an
inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry.
OPEN SEASON.
During the months of January, November, and December of each
year cattle of the quarantined area of any State or Territory may be
moved interstate 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, Texas, Ten-
nessee, and Georgia not included in the quarantined area, and that
portion of the State of Missouri south of the Missouri River if the said
cattle shall first have been inspected under proper facilities for inspec-
tion at the point of origin and found free of infection and a written
permit for the movement issued by an inspector of the Bureau of
Animal Industry or by a duly authorized inspector of the State or Ter-
ritory to which the cattle are destined, and if permission shall first have
been obtained from the proper official of the said State or Territory.
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ter under the above-mentioned restrictions into that portion
4,11 State of Oklahoma& not included in the quarantined area.
Vte of the quarantined area that have been shipped interstate
'6e months of January, November, and December of each year
AStte or Territory outside of the quarantined area other than
States and Territories and portions thereof set out herein shall
Moved into any of the States or Territories or portions thereof
mentioned within three months of the date of the move-
.. from the quarantined area.
S tl which are moved interstate from the quarantined area of any
Stte ~or Territory into those States or Territories or portions thereof
bpouiibiiore mentioned, under certificates from inspectors either of
HH 4kreau of Animal Industry or of the States or Territories to which
I* tt are destined for feeding or stocking purposes shall, when
L Aipd, be transported in cleaned and disinfected cars or boats, and
: n'n ot ~be placed in stock pens which have been reserved for cattle
0t.- tingin the quarantined area.
.+ /.... FEEDING STATIONS FOR NONINFECTED CATTLE.
p Cai: attle not of the quarantined area which are transported inter-
I state by rail through the quarantined area may be unloaded therein
iS: for rest, feed, and water into properly equipped noninfectious pens
act apart for such cattle at the Fort Worth Stock Yards at Fort
; Worth, Tex.; the stock yards of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas
I Railway at Hodge, Tex.; the stock yards of the International and
S...Great Northern Railroad at Laredo, Tex.; the Southern Pacific Rail-
Sway Stock Yards at Los Angeles, Cal.; the stock yards at Colton,
Calo, and Bakersfield, Cal.; the Sapulpa Stock Yards of the St. Louis
Sand San Francisco Railroad at Sapulpa, Okla.; the stock yards of
the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway at Muskogee, Okla.; and
Sat such other points as may from time to time be authorized by the
ISecretary of Agriculture, provided such pens and the platforms,
I.chtes, and alleyways leading thereto are constructed and main-
I tained in accordance with the specifications set out in the regulations
ofi.i the Secretary of Agriculture to prevent the spread of splenetic
fs!,:ii r in cattle.
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