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Cooper, Mahoning, and Mayberry, and the borough of Danville, in. *
MONTOUR County. A |
The township of Lower Saucon, and the boroughs of South Bethle- ji
hem and Hellertown, in NORTHAMPTON County. ,
The townships of Delaware, Lewis, Turbut, West Chillisquaque, .1
East Chillisquaque, Point, Upper Augusta, Gearhart, Rush, Ralpho, (
Shamokin, and Rockefeller, and the boroughs and cities included.: '
therein, in NORTHUMBERLAND County. !
All of SNYDER County excepting Monroe, Spring, and West Beaver -
All of UNION County, excepting Lewis and Hartley townships.
The townships of Codorus and Manheim, and the boroughs included
therein, in YORK County.
3. NEW YORK:
The towns of Newstead, Clarence, Amherst, Tonawanda, Buffalo,
Cheektowaga Lancaster, Alden, West Seneca, and Grand Island, in
The towns of Byron, Bergen, Alabama, Pembroke, and Darien, in
The towns of Greece, Parma, Hamlin, Clarkson, Sweden, and Ogden,
in MONROE County.
All of NIAGARA County, excepting the town of Somerset.
The towns of Clarendon, Shelby, Carlton, Gaines, Kendall, and
Murray, in ORLEANS County.
The townships of Washington, Shelby, Sterling, and Warren, in..
MACOMB County. '
The townships of Oakland, Avon, Troy, Royal Oak, Southfield.,::. .P:
Farmington, and Novi, in OAKLAND County. *' :.
The townships of Northville, Plymouth, Livonia, Redford, Greefiald,
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10. Hides, skins, and hoofs removed after Jamwy 1:!z.iQa:e4
carcasses of cattle, calves, sheep, or goats slaughte :d *itb *W
herein quarantined may be moved interstate wtho',, 4 . ..
certification, subject to permission of the State autill.c..i. .
tion, provided that- the said hides, skins, or hoofs haven't.
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tact with hides, skins, or hoofs from the carcasses of anl n
before January 1, 1909, within the area herein quaraxtined& : i
11. Hides, skins, and hoofs of cattle, calves, sheep, and .t.
originated outside of the area quarantined and which aveb:.:.sa
moved from carcasses prior to January 1,1909, at dstablishmasI
inspection under the Federal Meat Inspection law, may be )move i3;.
state from the area herein quarantined without disinfection o.."-er
tion, subject to the permission of the State authorities at do.
provided that such hides, skins, or hoofs have not been in oortes.V
other hides, skins, or hoofs removed prior to January 1, 190% a. ..
are in the area herein quarantined.
12. Hides, skins, and hoofs of cattle, calves, sheep, and goati
are within the area herein quarantined, but which are not he...
provided for in this order, shall be disinfected under the suape
and be certified by an employee of the Bureau of Animal Td.ft|.I.
before being moved interstate from the area herein quarantined ...
13. Hay, straw, and similar fodder may be moved interstte...
the area herein quarantined only upon certification by an emp .o0ed-,
the Bureau of Animal Industry. ..I,';:'t
14. Rule 6, Revision 1, dated November 19, 1908, effective a]::m
after November 19, 1908, and all amendments thereto, being Ameaia&|||l
ments 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11, shall cease to be eotwe i
and after February 25, 1909, on and after which date this Rule .Si|
vision 2, which for purposes of identification is designated as. B. 1AL. 1j
Order 157 and which is subject to amendment or revision on statut5p
notice, shall become and be effective until otherwise ordered. .r.
Done at Washington this twenty-fourth dq +.
February, 1909. :w
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ment of Agriculture. J f: W7 ..soN
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Secretary of Agrnetu.rl. .I..:.. :.
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"14, and all amendments theveto affecting the
are still in full f6roe and. effeet. Cattle''
awme, IiAy,,'draw, and similar fodder, and
O:r*lxafing in the Stste of Pennsylvania "I
'T sAl, bmiga oomtry except upon th written pern3i*
,A4dq1OjtUre first had iwd obtained.
g-I iotk*14 Aated'- November 19, 19081, oftotr
11911 1908, relative to the qua=tmie of Now
therito'nUmbered 1, 2', 3t 41 bt 61 71 8, and
er January 27, 1909, and
rvmiiou on FlututcWY notice.
D6jae st Wa in ton this twenty-sixth day Of
Witness my hand and the seal of the Depart-
nwmt of, Agricult4e.
Secretary of Agriculture.
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daughter -are mdo from "Po"' "In, 4eo'
into li 'tho
tars containing them shall be sealed with'
an employee of the Bureau -of -Animal Industry
shall be allowed to leave the areas hereinbeford quarntined
shipments shall not be: unloaded en route or at destinationj
outside the areas hereinbefore described, ex"pt into rewved
which have been designated and approved for that purpot* by,
Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. The specially cleanod, I
disinfected pens designated and approved for unloading en routo
ments of live stock from and to points not included in the quaran
area- shall not be used for this class of. shipments. When suck
ments axe unloaded en route, as hereinbefore provided, the car;, ah*
after reloading, be again sealed by an employee of the Bureau-
Aniraal Industry, it b ein g the purpose and intent of this 'provision t
cars containing such shipments shall remain sealed until the an
arrive at the place of slaugbter.
6. Hides and skins removed after January 1, 1909, fTom the
casses of cattle, calves, sheep, or goats slaughtered in the a"xeas
'inbefore described in the States of New York, Michigan, and Maryl
may be moved interstate without disinfection or certification, sub*,t'.,
to permission of the State authorities at destination, provided tha
said hides or skins have not been in contact with hides or skins frova_,*
the carcasses of animals slaughtered before January 1, 1909, within tl*_"
areas hereinbefore quarantined.
7. Hides and skins of cattle, calves, sheep, and goats which ori'i
mated outside of Ahe areas hereinbefore described in the States 'of New #
York, Michigan, and Maryland and which have been removed bom''In,'
carcasses prior'to January 1, 1909, at establishments having inspection,-,',
under the Federal meat inspection law may be moved interstate from*
the areas bereinbefore described Without disinfection or certification,
subject to the permission of the State authorities at destination, pro-
vided that such hides or skins have not been in contact with othei*
hides or skins removed prior to January 1, 1909, and which are in the
axeas hereinbefore described.
8. Hides and skins of cattle, sheep, and goats which are witbin the
areas hereinbefore described, but whibh are not heretofore provided for
in this amendment, shall be disinfected under the supervision of, and
be certified by, an employee of the Bureau of Animal Industry before
being moved interstate from the areas hereinbefore described.
9. Hay, straw, and similar fodder may be moved interstate from the
axeas hereinbefore described only upon certification by an employee of
the Bureau of Animal Industry.
10. When interstate shipments by rail or boat of cattle, sbee`v',
ruminants, and sawine are made from and to p6ints: not included jin,',
areas hereinbefore described in the States of New York, Mic ia*42
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