Amendment 4 to rule 3, revision 1, to prevent the spread of scabies in sheep

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Amendment 4 to rule 3, revision 1, to prevent the spread of scabies in sheep
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19TATEs RKPARTMENT OFAGuicuLwRz,
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.
atermined by the Secretary of Agriculture, and
tW a contagious, communicable disease known
eep in the State of'Kentucky.
JAiLkS WILRON, SECRET&RY OF AGRicmwiaiz,
d by section 1 of the act of Congress approved
1264), do hereby quar4ntine the following

within the boundaries of the State of Kentucky.
Amendment 4 to Rule 3, Revision 1, under the
conferred upon the Secretary of Agriculture by
vvt of Congress approved, March 3, 1905 (33 Stat.,
In'the State of Kentueky shall be moved therefrom
or Territory or Districtonly in accordance with
$7, inclusive, of the regulations of the Secretary of
d 1B. A. 1. Order 143, promulgated March 22,
Aptil 15, 1907, as amended, and that all inspec-
required under said Regulations 31 to 37, inclusive,
it poidts where Federal Inspection is maintained.
Done at Washington. this fifth day of August,
1909.
Witness my hand and the seal of the Depart-
ment of Agriculture.
JA S WIWONI
Secretaryof Agriculture.


**82'are printed on the reverse side hereof. The regula-
*401J-U Bulletin 143 of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment
--w'O'be obtained from the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Indus-






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Regulation 31. Sheep that are dissed with soabies.. .tbnw
once in one of the approved dips, under the supervision. ot A.. e *:1*I
Bureau of Animal Industry within ten days of date of shipment myhe ..
interstate for immediate slaughter to a recognizedslaughterlg."o i aMf .
so shipped the said sheep shall not be diverted en route and shall. hea
within two weeks after arrival at destination.. If diseased mp
shipped interstate for stocking or feeding purposes they shall be i,:p 4e
as above indicated, ten days apart, and shall be submitted to inspection
shipment.
Regulation 32. When diseased sheep have been dipped once and are e ipt s0
interstate for slaughter in accordance with Regulation 31, or when ex" V
sheep are shipped interstate without dipping for immediate slaughter in -acort'
ance with Regulation 31, the proper officers of the transportation company' shelf.
affix to both sides of each car a durable placard not less than 5* by 8 iu :
size, on which shall be printed with permanent black ink in bold-face l s*
not less than 11 inches in height the words "DIPPED SCABBY SHEEP" 0r ':,:::
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POSED SHEEP FOR SLAUGHTER," as the case may be. These placards shl Mo
show the name of the place from which-the shipment was made, the da.it o."l.
shipment (which must correspond with the date of the waybills and other pait*); .1^
the name of the transportation company, and the name of the place of d .it'..
tion. Each of the waybills, conductors' manifests, memoranda, and bills o ,as
ing pertaining to such shipments by cars or boats shall have the words .".'?JiiigI*K"
SCABBY SHEEP" or "EXPOSED SHEEP FOR SLAUGHTER," as the case .may:....:!!!!7i".... ,iim+
written or stamped upon its face. Whenever such shipments are transfer '
another transportation company or into other cars or into other boats, or w
rebilled or reconsigned to a point other than the original destination, thie ca&m .::1;
into which said sheep are transferred and the new waybills, conductors' m i
fests, memoranda, and bills of lading covering such shipments by cars or bota::::
shall be marked as herein specified for cars first carrying said sheep and for the.
billing, etc., covering the same. If for any reason the placards required bythia: :.*
regulation are removed from the car or are destroyed or rendered illegible, they
shall be immediately replaced by the transportation company or its agents, the
intention being that legible placards shall be maintained on the cars from ithe.,i:,:1,
time of shipment until they arrive at destination, and the disposition of the cars
is indicated by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry. X ^i
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