Regulations relating to the control of the Interstate Transportation of animals and poultry to prevent the spread of con...

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Title:
Regulations relating to the control of the Interstate Transportation of animals and poultry to prevent the spread of contagious or infectious diseases. Regulation to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle
Portion of title:
Regulation to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle
Physical Description:
2 p. : ; 23 cm
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture
Publisher:
U.S. Government Printing Office
Place of Publication:
Washington
Publication Date:

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Subjects / Keywords:
Animals -- Transportation -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Animal industry -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Babesiosis in cattle   ( lcsh )
Genre:
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

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Statement of Responsibility:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry
General Note:
B.A.I. order 369
General Note:
Amends 9 CFR 3.052 to 3.057 to read as follows: Part 3. Regulations relating to the control of the Interstate Transportation of animals and poultry to prevent the spread of contagious or infectious diseases. Subpart. Regulation to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle

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University of Florida
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aleph - 029789883
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BUREAU OF ANIMAL IND ST1R' ,-"I
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TITLE 9-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS

CHAPTER I-BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

B. A. I. Order 369

Amends 9 C F R 3.052 to 3.057 to read as follows:

PART 3.-Regulations Relating to the Control of the Interstate Transportation
of Animals and Poultry to Prevent the Spread of Contagious or Infectious
Diseases
Subpart.-Regulation to Prevent the Spread of Splenetic, Southern, or Texas
Fever in Cattle
Elfft'ctive on ;tita ]i l'd r December 1, 1S ;1S
SEC. 3.052 SpIh'itic ur tick fet'cer hi cattle: otiel i lhiIt .still -iti s il (h'sf-'ribed
territory in, Florid(a. Pierto Rico, anId 7T..-i. and prohibiting interst(at1t' io0u'-
rnct of rattle. Notice is hereby given tliit thie contagious aindl infectious disease
known as splenetic or tick fever exists. inl cattle in the following-named States
andf Territory, to wit: Florida. Puierto Rico. alld e(1 xs.
Now. therefore 1. H. A. \Wallace. Secretairy 'if Ag.riciultnre. do hlitr'vby 111;1raii-
tine the areas lierinafter described. inl (1 do inrdler by this rule 1, revisions 37, (sc.-
tions 3.052 to 3.0157) that tlhe interstate mloi emen- t (if cattle fruini llie ;ireas linreini
quarantined shall be inside only in :iccordIi;ice with secti. s i. 3.051 to 3.0)79 fllr
the prevention of tie spread of splenetic or tick fever in cattle. (Sec. 6, 23 St;it.
32. Sees. 1. 3. 33 St;it. 12*14. 12615. Sec. 1. 44 Sttat. 774: 21 IT. R. C. 11.5. 123. 125)
[B. A. I. Order 369 November 15,. 1938.]
SE,. 3.053 Description of area iquarantiohd il Floridit. The following counties
and portions of counties are quarantined: Collier and Hendry; that portion otf"
Glades Colunty comprised in townships 44) and 41 south, range 29 east. townships
40 and 41 south, range 30 east, and townslip)s 40 and 41 south. r-inge 31 east:
that portion of Highlands county y lying south of tihe township line between town-
ships 36 and 37 south: that portion of ()Osce(la ('monity lying Cast ;ind n1ol'tli (ti
State Roads 29 and 24: and that porti ni of Orangge ('1,inty lying ('ast of U. S.
Highways Numbers 17 and 92. (Sec. 6. 23 Stat. 32, Sec. 1, 33 Stat. 1264, Sec. 1,
44 Stat. 774; 21 U. S. C. 115. 123) [B. A. I. Ordler 3(69 November 15. 1938.]
SEM. 3.054 Description of area quarintifind in Puerto Rico. All that portion
of the Territory of Puerto Rico lying east of the following de.scriled line is
quarantined: Beginning at the point east of Arecibo). where the Arcilbo River
empties into the Atlantic Ocean. thence south along said river to the town of
'tuado. thence continuiing in a soutlis'rly dirilection from the bridge in Utuido)
along Road No. (;. through the town of Adjuntas. to a jipint west of Ponce when
Road No. 6 intersects Road No. 2. thence sotlith to Matilde (C'reek, and along said
(creek to P'nce Phlaya where Matilde (C'reek (hiil)ties inti tlhe, ('a rribbean Sea.
(Sec. 6. 23 St;at. 32. Sec. 1. 33 Stat. 12f-4. Sec. 1. 44 Sliat. 774: 21 I'. S. ('. 115. 123)
I B. A. I. Order 309 November 15. 1938. ]
S.C. 3.055 D.eneription, of area quawrtittined in T7'.ra.. lThe 'ol( lowing (cumntites
anid lortioin of counties are quar;intined : Aingelinan. HI: rliti. Plflk. Shelby, Webb.
In!d Zapata that part of ('ameron Cmounly lying siuth of. a1nd1 including all in-
'orp)orrted anRd uninc(' irporated townisitesi iiterset' tdi by. tie following described
i;ne. beginning at a point on the Hidailgo-Cametrmoi county line whtre tlie A'ro%)
C'olirado iiterse(.ts said line. lieiice easterly along the Ariyo (C'olorado to its
intersection with Federial Highlway S3. th ience soutl ieast'rly long Federmil High-
way S3 to a point t where it intersects State HIiglihwvay 1(. thliene easterly and
noIrthpasterly afnhg State Highway 10) to a Ipoint where it approaches Laguna
Madre. thence due bu east to Laguina Mad(r : tliat part of Hidalgo (CTunty lyinJg south
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uind west ol, and including all incorporated and unincorporated townsites inter-
sected by. a line beginning at a point where the main line of the Missouri Pacific
Railroad which runs between Harlingen and Rio Grande City, Texas, intersects
the Camneron-Hidialgo county line, running thence in a westerly direction along
the north line of said railroad right-of-way to a point where it intersects the east
survey line of Porcion 80, thence northerly along said survey line to a point
where it intersects the West Edinburg Road, thence westerly along the north
right-of-way of said road to its intersection with the west survey line of Porcion
73, thence northerly on said survey line to a point where it intersects the Monte
C'hristo Road, thence westerly along said road to its intersection with the Starr-
Hidalgo county line; and that part of Starr County lying south and west of, and
including all incorporated and unincorporated townsites intersected by, a line be-
ginning at a point where the Roma-Hebbronville road intersects the Jim Hogg-
Starr county line, running thence in a southerly direction along said road to a
point where it intersects the southwest survey line of the Buena Vista ranch,
running thence southeasterly along the south line of this ranch to a point where
it intersects the southwest line of the Las Escobas ranch, following the southwest
line of this ranch to the south corner, running thence in a northeasterly direction
along the ranch survey line to where it intersects the Las Escobas-Monterrey
Road, running thence in a southeasterly direction to a point where this road
intersects the east survey line of the Francisco-Antonio Villerreal Survey 108,
thence southerly oin this survey line to a point whe'e it intersects the east El
Sans Road, thence running southeasterly along this road to a point where it
intersects the Rio Orande-Corpus Christi Road, thence running southerly on the
West survey line of Section 519 and easterly on the south survey line of sections
L19 and 520 to the east line of Section 520, thence running southerly on the east
line of Section 13-1 to the southeast corner of the survey, thence westerly on tbi
south line of Section 134 to a point where it intersects the east line of Section 503,
thence southerly on the west survey line of the Rincon ranch to its southwest
corner, thence easterly on the south line of the Rincon ranch to where it intersects
the Hidalgo-Starr County line. (Sec. 6. 23 Stat. 32. Sec.' 1, 33 Stat. 1264, Sec. 1,
44 St;t. 774; 21 U. S. C. 115. 123) [B. A. I. Order 309 November 15. 1938.]
SExC. 3.06 Effect of rule 1, revision 37. This rule 1, revision 37, shall be con-
strued in connection with the regulation of the Secretary of Agriculture for the
prevention of the spread of splenetic or tick fever in cattle dml is subject to
amendment or revision on statutory notice.
Rule 1, revision 36 (B. A. I. Order 363), dated November 16, 1937, effective
December 1, 1937, shall cease to be effective on and after December 1, 1938, on
and after which date this rule 1, revision 37, which for purposes of identification
is designated as B. A. I. Order 369, (9 C F R 3.052 to 3.057) shall bWcome and
be effective until otherwise ordered.
The effect of this order is as follows:
In Florida: A part of Orange County is released from quarantine.
In Texas: Jasper, Jefferson, Newtmon, Orange. Sabine, San Augustine, Trinity,
and Tyler Counties; the remainder of Chambers, Galveston, and Liberty Coun-
ties; and parts of Cameron, Hidalgo, and Starr Counties are released from
quarantine.
In Puerto Rico: A part of the Territory of Puerto Rico is released from quar-
antine. (Sec. 6, 23 Stat. 32, Sees. 1, 3, 33 Stat. 1264, 1265. Sec. 1, 44 Stat. 774;
21 U. S. C. 115. 123, 125) [B. A. I. Order 369 November 15, 1938.]
Done in the City of Washington this 15th day of November,

1Witness my hand and the seal of the Department of Agriculture.

H. A. WALLACE
Secretary of Agriculture.
SEC. 3.057 Properly equipped, naninfectious pens maintained at a certain point
in Texas. Properly equipped, noninfectious pens are maintained at the following
point within the quarantinedl area :
TEXAS
Laredo, Webb County: International & Great Northern Railroad Co. pens.
(See Sec. 3.069) (Sec. 6, 23 St;,t. 32, Sees. 1. 3, 33 Stat. 1264, 1265, Sec. 1, 44 Stat.
774: 21 '. S. C. 115, 123, 125) [B. A. I. Order 369 November 15, 1938.]
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1931