Amendment no. 1 to B.A.I. Order No. 143, regulations of the secretary of agriculture governing the inspection, disinfect...

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Amendment no. 1 to B.A.I. Order No. 143, regulations of the secretary of agriculture governing the inspection, disinfection, certification, treatment, handling, and method and manner of delivery and shipment of live stock which is the subject of interstate control amending Regulation 24, regarding shipment of cattle dipped once or exposed to scabies, and Regulation 33, regarding proprietary dips
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2 p. : ; 24 cm
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English
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United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
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Washington
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Scabies in cattle -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Animal industry -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
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federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry
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"Effective on and after September 15, 1907."

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University of Florida
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Amendment No. 1 to B. A. I. Order No. 143 (Regulations of the Secretary of
Agriculture Governing the Inspection, Disinfection, Certification, Treatment,
Handling, and Method and Manner of Delivery and Shipment of Live Stock
which is the Subject of Interstate Commerce).


AMENDING REGULATION 24, REGARDING SHIPMENT OF CATTLE DIPPED
ONCE OR EXPOSED TO SCABIES, AND REGULATION 33, REGARDING
PROPRIETARY DIPS.


Effective on and after September 15, 1907.



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.
It is ordered that Regulations 24 and 33 of the regulations of the
Secretary of Agriculture governing the inspection, disinfection, certifica-
tion, treatment, handling, and method and manner of delivery and
shipment of live stock which is the subject of interstate commerce,
dated March 22, 1907, and effective on and after April 15, 1907 (B. A. I.
Order No. 143), be, and the same are hereby, amended as follows:
Regulation 24. The first sentence of Regulation 24 is amended by
striking out the words "or that have been either dipped once in, or
sprayed once with, the petroleum or oil emulsion."
Regulation 33. That part of Regulation 33 specifying the points to
be agreed to by the manufacturer of a proprietary substance before it
will be approved for use in official dipping is amended to read as
follows:
(1) To recommend for sheep scab a dilution of the product, so as to
conform to the requirements of the Department of Agriculture.
(2) To maintain said product at a uniform composition.
(3) To place on packages of dips which have been examined and
found to conform to the requirements of the Department the following
statement:
"A sample of this product has been submitted to the United States
Department of Agriculture for examination. We guarantee the contents
,of this package to be of the same composition as the sample submitted
to the Departmdnt, and that when diluted according to the directions


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printed thereon for the treatment of sheep scab it will.give a dipping
fluid of the composition required of a -------1 dip by the regulations
of the Secretary of Agriculture governing sheep scab."
(4) To have on containers or advertising matter no reference to the
United States Government or any of its Departments except as provided
in the preceding paragraph, unless such reference has been submitted
to and approved by the Department of Agriculture, and to have on con-
tainers or advertising matter no false or misleading statement.
SDone at Washington this twenty-third day of
V. ^ August, 1907.
Witness my hand and the seal of the Depart-
ment of Agriculture.
N WaLis L. MOORE,
Acting Secretary of Agriculture.


'There should be inserted here the name of the class of dips to which the
product belongs, such as cresoll" or "lime and sulphur," etc.

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