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(Amendment 3 to B. A. I. Order 292) U.S. DEPOSITORY
United States Department of Agriculture
( BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
AMENDMENT 3 TO B. A. I. ORDER 292 (REGULATIONS GOVERNING
THE INTERSTATE MOVEMENT OF LIVESTOCK) MODIFYING REGU-
(Effeotive on. and after September 1, 1926)
( UxITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
., .OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.
Under the authority conferred by law upon the Secretary of
Agriculture by the acts of Congress approved May 29, 1884 (23
Stat. 31), as amended by the act approved June 28, 1926 (Public
No. 436, 69th Cong.), February 2, 1903 (32 Stat. 791), and March
3, 1905 (33 Stat. 1264), as amended by the act approved March 4,
1918 (37 Stat. 828, 831), the regulations governing the interstate
movement of livestock, issued under date of February 25, 1925.
and effective May 1, 1925 (B. A. I. Order 292), as amended, are
Shereby further amended in the following particulars:
Paragraph 1, section 2, Regulation 2, is revoked and in lieu
thereof the following paragraph, to be designated as paragraph 1,
Sz oti 2, Paragraph 1. Interstate shipments of southern cattle may be
made at any time by rail or boat for immediate slaughter, provided that
within 5 days prior to shipment the cattle have been dipped once in a per-
mitted dip, under the supervision of an inspector of the State of origin or a
bureau inspector; that the cattle are accompanied by a statement of such
dipping; that the proper official of the State, Territory, or the District of
Columbia to which the shipment is destined has granted permission for the
acceptance and handling of southern cattle; and that in their movement the
provisions contained in sections 2, 3, and 12 and paragraph 4 (d) of section 4,
hereinafter set out in this regulation, are strictly observed and complied with.
Subparagraph (d) of paragraph 4, section 4, Regulation 2, is re-
voked and'in lieu thereof the following subparagraph, to be desig-
|,nated as (d), is substituted:
: (d) The dipping of cattle for interstate movement shall be done only in a
permitted dip and at places where proper facilities are provided for dipping
and, for handling the cattle in a manner to prevent exposure to infection after
II, the final dipping. Cattle which are to be dipped shall be given an oppor-
;:: tunity to drink sufficient water to quench their thirst prior to dipping, be
l. carefully handled, and not dipped while they are in a heated or exhausted ...
condition. When the cattle are to be dipped under bureau supervision the .
.. owner of the cattle, offered for interstate shipment, or his agent duly author-
.edl thereto, shall first execute and deliver to a bureau inspector an applica- .
tlmo for inspection and supervised dipping wherein he shall agree to waive 'i
,all claims against the United States for any loss or damage to said cattle. ,
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occasioned by or resulting from dipping or other treatment hereunder. or. ,.
suiting from any subsequent treatment prior to their interstate ship-e1-, A'
resulting from the fact that they are later found to be still tick invested, and .
also for all subsequent loss or damage to any other cattle In the p .
or control of such owner which may come into contact with the cattle Bo *
dipped or treated. The dip at present permitted by the department dis a. .
arsenical solution which shall at all times show a minimum of twenty-two
hundredths per cent of arsenious oxid in solution, as indicated by the bureau
field test fdr 'the arsenical dipping bath. A proprietary brad .bt Arsenical
solution may be used in official dipping only after specific permission therefor....
has been issued by the bureau; and no dip will hereafter be given department: ..
permission for official use in the dipping of cattle for ticks unless it has been |
shown to the satisfaction of the bureau (1) that the strength of the bath
prepared therefrom may be satisfactorily determined in the field by a prac -.
tical portable testing outfit; (2) that under actual field eonditliot the Oiji |..
of settle in a bath of definite strength will effectually eradicate ticks without
injury to the animals dipped. : .l:/. .
This amendment which, for the purpose of identification is desig- .
nated as Amendment 3 to B. A. I. Order 292, shall be effective on n ::::. HE
and after September 1, 1926.
Done at Washington this 17th day of July, 1926. :.
-Witness my hand and the seal of the Department of:
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