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Rule 1, revision 16.--to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle

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Rule 1, revision 16.--to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle
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t Ntice is hereby given that the contagious and infectious disease
..W...s .....pI.tWi, southern, or Texas fever still exists among
Ck.) j-g wfe .ollning-mied States and Territory, to wit.: Ala-
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utihorityrconferred by section 1 of the act; of
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:jetof or establishedon the: State of Mississippi
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nt4ft.va w iax t said. qUmrantined areas shall be' .made
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county south of the line between townships* 6 and 7 and eat of. .
Labatre Creek; and that4%ortioii ofPeirr bounty included in town'-"'
ship 21 north, range 10 east. -
From the quarantined area in the Stpte of ,attlephiU.
only be moved or allowed to move interstate in asworlance with the-
regulation for immediate slaughter or for other purposes, as provided.
by the regulation for dipping, inspection, or certification.

ARKANSAS.

The following counties and portions of counties are quarantined:
Arkansas, Ashley, Bradley, Calhoun, O(cot, Clark, Cleburne1 Chve- r
land, Dallas, Drew, Garland, Grant, Hempstead, Hot Spring, How-
ard, Lafayette,' Lincoln, Little River, Miller, Montgomery, Pcafry;,"
Pike, Polk, Saline, Scott, Sexier, and Stone; that portion of ConwryIty
County south of Arkansas River; all of Desha County south of White
River; that portion of Faulkner County east of a line between ranges
12 and 13 west; that portion of Jefferson County south and west of
the Arkansas River; all of Pulaski County except that portion north *'
and east of the Arkansas River and south of the main line of the
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad; and that portion of
Van Buren County east of the line between ranges 13 and 14 west. ...1.
From the quarantined area'in the State of' Arkansas cattle shall
only be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with the *
regulation for immediate slaughter or for other purposes, as provided v
by the regulation for dipping, 'inspection, or certification.-
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FLORIDA. . *i' *' .1. ',

The entire State of Florida is quarantined, except the counties of
Broward, Dade, and Monroe, and -4at portion of Palm SeaehfC90ty
south and west of the Hillsboro drainage canal. .. ..;
From the quarantined area in the. State of Florida cattle shall only-
be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with thle rega- r
lation for immediate slaughter or for other purposes, ;spzovid$,by
the regulation for dipping, inspection, or, pertixitpt 1. ^ H; S

GEcUIA. r r ,L i_ y H H

The: following counties are quarantih$.p.-
Hill, Berrien, Bleckky, &ran, tlo1
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OChariton, Chatham, Chattahoochee, Clay, Clinch, Coffee, Colquitt,*
Crawford, Crisp, Decatur, Dodge, Dooly, Early, Echols, Efingham,
Emanuel, Glascock, Glynn, Grady, Haralson, Harris, Heard, Hous-
ton, Irwin, Jeff Davis, Jenkins, Johnson, Jones, Laurens, Lee, Lib-
erty, Lowndes, McIntosh, Macon, Marion, Meriwether, Miller,
Mitchell, Monroe, Montgomery, Pierce, Pike, Polk, Pulaski, Quit-
man, Randolph, Sehley, Screven, Stewart, Sumter, Talbot, Tattnall,
Taylor, Telfair, Terrell, Thomas, Tift, Toombs, Turner, Twiggs,
Upson, Ware, Warren, Wayne, Webster, Wheeler, Wilcox, Wilkin-
son, and Worth.
From the quarantined area in the State of Georgia cattle shall
only be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with the
regulation for immediate slaughter or for other purposes, as pro-
vided by the regulation for dipping, inspection, or certification.

k LOUISIANA.

The entire State of Louisiana is quarantined, except the parishes
of Caddo, Concordia, East Carroll, East Feliciana, Franklin, Jeffer-
son Davis, Lincoln, Madison, Pointe Coupee, Tensas, Washington, and
West Feliciana; that portion of Orleans Parish north of the Mis-
sissippi River; and that portion of Ouachita Parish east of the
Ouachita River.
From the quarantined area in the State of Louisiana cattle shall
only be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with the
regulation for immediate slaughter or for other purposes, as pro-
vided by the regulation for dipping, inspection, or certification.

NORTH CAROLINA.

The following counties and portions of counties are quarantined:
Beaufort, Bertie, Brunswick, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Craven,
Currituck, Dare, Gates, Hertford, Hyde, Jones, Martin, Onslow.
Pamlico, Pasquotank,, Perquimans, Tyrrell, and Washington; that
portion of Columbus County south of the line of the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad extending from the Brunswick County line to the
South Carolina State line near Lumber Creek; and that portion of
Pitt County north and east of a line beginning at the intersection of
Tar River and Edgecombe County line, thence southerly along said
river to its intersection with the Atlantic Coast Lin'e Railroad, thence
southerly along said railroad to its intersection with Swift Creek,
-thence southeasterly along said creek to its intersection with the
Craven County line.
From the quarantined area in the State of North Carolina cattle
shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with
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OKLAHOMA. . : .....

The following counties and portions of counties are quarantinel: j
Atoka, Bryan, Carter, Choctaw, Coal, Garvin, Haskell, Hugbs,
Jefferson, Johnston, Latimer, Le Flore, Love, McCurtain, McIutobh,
Marshall, Murray, Pittsburg, Pontotoc, Pushmataha, Seminolef-and
Sequoyah; that portion of Adair County south of the line: between
townships 15 and 16 north; that portion of Cherokee County west of
the line between ranges 21 and 22 east and south of the line between
townships 16 and 17 north; that portion of Creek County situated
south of the St. Louis & San Francisco Railway and east of the
range line between ranges 10 and 11 east, Indian meridian; that
portion of McClain County east of the line between ranges 1 and
2 east; that portion of Mayes County east of Neosho River and south .
of a line beginning where Saline Creek empties into Neosho River,
thence easterly following Saline Creek and Little Saline Criek to its
intersection with the eastern boundary of Mayes County; that por-
tion of Muskogee County situated south and east of a line beginning
at the intersection pf the line between ranges 18 and 19 east with
the township line between townships 12 and 13 north, thence fol- 7
lowing said township line east to the line between ranges 19: and
20 north, thence following said range line north to the, Arkansas
River and thence northwesterly following said river to the Wager m
County line that portion of Okmulgee County south of the line
between townships 12 and 13 north; that portion of Osage County
east and south of a line beginning at the intersection of the southern
boundary of Osage County with the Missouri, Kansas & Texas
Railway, thence following said railway northeasterly to its inter-
section with Midland Valley Railway at Nelagoney, thence south- ,
easterly following the Midland Valley Railway to its intersection
with the eastern boundary of Osage County; that portion' of Pot-
tawatomie County south of the line beginning at the west line of said
county at the southwest corner of section 19, township 7 north, range
2 east, Indian meridian, thence east on the section line between"
sections 19 and 30 to the southeast corner of section 22, township
7 north, range 3 east, thence south on the section line to the township "
line between townships 6 and 7 north, thence east on said township'
line to the Seminole County line; and that portion of Tulsa C-' hiy 3
included in township 19 north, ranges 10, 11, and 12 east, situateI
north of the Arkansas River. I :
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From the quarantined area in the State of Oklahoma cattle shall
only be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with the
regulation for immediate slaughter or for other purposes, as pro-
vided by the regulation for dipping, inspection, or certification.
In the State of Oklahoma, where a line of railroad separates the
quarantined from the free area, shipping points are reserved for non-
infected cattle as follows: Depew, in Creek County; and Hominy,
Nelagoney, and Wynona, in Osage County.
PORTO RICO.
The entire Territory is quarantined.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
The counties of Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorches-
ter, Georgetown, Hampton, Horry, Jasper, and Williamsburg are
quarantined.
From the quarantined area in the State of South Carolina cattle
shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with
the regulation for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes, as pro-
vided by the regulation for dipping, inspection, or certification.
TEXAS.
The entire State is quarantined except the following counties and
portions of counties: Andrews, Archer, Armstrong, Bailey, Baylor,
Borden, Brewster, Briscoe, Carson, Castro, Childress, Clay, Cochran,
Coke, Collingsworth, Concho, Cooke, Cottle, Crane, Crosby, Culber-
son, Dallam, Dallas, Dawson, Deaf Smith, Dickens, Donley, Ector,
El Paso, Fisher, Floyd, Foard, Gaines, Garza, Glasscock, Gray, Hale,
Hall, Hansford, Hardeman, Hartley, Haskell, Hemphill, Hockley,
Howard, Hutchinson, Ifrion, Jeff Davis, Jones, Kent, King, Knox,
Lamb, Lipscomb, Loving; Lubbock, Lynn, Martin, Midland, Mitchell,
Montague, Moore, Motley, Nolan, Ochiltree, Oldham, Parmer, Pecos,
Potter, Presidio, Randall,Reagan, Reeves; Roberts, Runnels, Schleicher,
Scurry, Shackelford, Sherman, Stephens, Sterling, Stonewall, Sut-
ton, Swisher, Taylor, Terrell, Terry, Throckmorton, Upton, Ward,
Wheeler, Wichita, Wilbarger, Winkler, Yoakum, and Young; that
portion of Crockett County north and west of a line beginning on
the Pecos River at the southwest corner of section 37, International
& Great Northern Railroad Co.; thence along the western boundary
line of said section to the south line of the R. Dickerson survey;
thence easterly to the southeast corner of same; thence northerly
along the east line of said survey to the north line of section 37,
International & Great Northern Railrcad Co.; thence east along the
north line of sections 37 and 38, International & Great Northern
Railroad Co(. to the northeast corner of section 38; thence north along
the western line of section 1, block 2, Texas Central Railroad Co.,
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and sections 1,2, 3,4, 5, and 6, block 29, university lands, to the north-
west corner of section 6; thence east along the northern boundary
line of sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 30, and 81, block 29, and sections 1, 12,
13,24, 25, and 36, block 30, and sections 1,2, 13, 24, 25, and.. 36, block
31, Texas University lands; thence to the northwest corner of W. G.
Hall's survey; thence east along the northern boundary line of W. G..
Hall's survey to the western boundary line of section 18, block 8. T.;
thence south on the south-line fence of the Robert Massie and J. H.
Anderson ranches to the northeast corner of section 48, block 0. P.;
thence east to the intersection of the Ozona and Barnhart and the
Ozona and Eldorado public lanes; thence east on the Ozona and
Eldorado public lane to its intersection with the eastern boundary
line of Crockett County; those portions of Jack County not in-
cluded within a line beginning at a point on the Clay and Jack
County line about 200 varas north of J. A. Jackson's most north-
east corner, the same being about one-half mile south and about
2 miles east of the town of Shannon, Clay County, Tex.; thence
south with J. A. Jackson's and T. W. Shaw's east line to T. W.
Shaw's southeast corner; thence west with T. W. Shaw's and
M. H. Marshall's south line to J. E. Shaw's east line; thence
south with J. E. Shaw's and J. E. Gates's east line to J. E.
Gates's southeast corner of the M. Shields survey; thence west with
the south line of J. E. Gates's land to the northeast corner of the
M. Cheek survey; thence south with the east line of said Cheek sur-
vey to its southeast corner; thence northwest with the south line of
said survey to its southwest corner; thence west with J. E. Gates's
south line to the east corner of the M. Anderson survey; thence south-
west with the south line of the said M. Anderson survey to the
south corner of said survey; thence west on the south line of the
J. H. Anderson survey to the southwest corner of said survey; thence
north with the west line of said J. H. Anderson survey to Tom
Smith's southeast corner; thence west with the Tom Smith's and
Jesse Smith's south line to Jesse Smith's southwest corner; thence
north with Jesse Smith's west line to the most easterly southeast
corner of J. L. Garrett's land; thence west to J. L. Garrett's ell
corner; thence south to J. L. Garrett's westerly southeast corner;
thence west with his south line to the southwest corner of J. L. Gar-
rett's land; thence north with J. L. Garrett's west line and A. R.
Clerihew's west line to the southeast corner of 0. D. Wilk's land;
thence west with 0. D. Wilk's line to his southwest corner; thence
south with R. E. Hilburn's east line to the north' side of the Shan-
non and Antelope public road; thence west with said public rog4 to
the most eastern southwest corner of R. E. Hilburn's land; .twen
north to the ell corner of said R. E. Hilburn's land; thece;weA'
with the south line of R. E. Hilburn's land to J. T. Hwkins'S ,,,
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northeast corner; thence south with J. T. Hawkins's east line to his
southeast corner; thence west with J. T. Hawkins's south line to
the east side of the Henrietta and Antelope public road; thence
south with said road to the southeast corner of Mrs. M. D. Snedeker's
land; thence west with her south line to her southwest corner; thence
north with her west line to the most southerly southeast corner of
the Woodward tract of land; thence west with the Woodward south
line to the extreme southwest corner of said tract of land; thence
north with the west boundary line of said Woodward land to the
Clay and Jack County line about 3 miles northwest of Antelope,
Jack County, Tex.; and not included within a line beginning at
Henry Makeig's northwest corner on the Archer County line, same
being the southwest corner of Clay County; thence east 1 mile
with the Clay County line to the northeast corner of M. N. Garrett;
thence south with east line of M. N. Garrett's land 1 mile to the
northeast corner of Paul Christian's land; thence south 1,547 varas
with east line of Paul Christian's land to the north line of L. W.
Scott's land; thence west 990 varas to the northwest corner of L. W.
Scott's land; thence south 671 varas to the southwest corner of L. W.
Scott's land; thence west 1,150 varas to southwest corner of Paul
Christian's land, the same being the Archer County line; thence north
along the Archer County line to the place of beginning; and that por-
tion of Tom Green County known as the Tom Green County strip, and
situated west of a line beginning at the southeast corner of Sterling
County; thence due south to the Irion County line.
From the quarantined area in the State of Texas cattle shall only
be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with the regu-
lation for immediate slaughter or for other purposes, as provided
by the regulation for dipping, inspection, or certification.

VIRGINIA.

The counties of Southampton, Isle of Wight, Nansemond, and all
of Surry County, except the Guilford magisterial district and court-
house precinct of Cobham magisterial district, are quarantined.
From the quarantined area in the State of Virginia cattle shall
only be moved or allowed to move interstate in accordance with the
regulation for immediate slaughter or for other purposes, as pro-
vided by the regulation for dipping, inspection, or certification.

FEEDING STATIONS MOR NONINFECTED CATTLE.
Cattle not of the quarantined area and cattle of the quarantined
area when properly dipped, inspected, or certified in accordance with
the bureau requirements may be transported interstate by rail






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feed, and water shall be handled in properly .equipped eift kns.r.i::: .
pens set apart for such cattle at the Fort Worth stockyards at Put:
Worth, Texas; the stockyards of the Missouri, Kan & Ttkam AiB l
way at Hodge and Denison, Tex.; the stockyards of the Ii i
& Great Northern Railroad at. Laredo, Tex.; the stockylardsa oftM
Texas & Pacific Railway at Baird, Tex.; the Union Stoekyads. -at
San Antonio, Tex.; the stockyards of the Gulf, Colorado & Santa 916
Railway at Temple, Tex.; the stockyards of the St. Louis & Sa un
Francisco Railroad at Sapulpa, Okla.; the stockyards of the. Chicago, 1
Rock Island & Pacific Railway at Eudora, Ark.; .the stockyards of
the St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway at Argentk, .A :
the Crescent City stockyards at New Orleans, La.; the stockyards of
the Louisville & Nashville Railroad at New Orleans, La..; the stock-
yards of Missouri Pacific Railway and the St. Louis Iron Mountain
& Southern Railway at Colliston, La.; the stockyards of Morgan's
Louisiana & Texas Railway at New Orleans (Algiers), La.; the In-
terstate Stockyards and Jacksonville, Fla.; the Jacksonville Union
Stockyards at Jacksonville, Flit.; and at such other pointsas may
from time to time be. authorized by the Secretary of Agriculture, pro-
vided such pens and the platforms, chutes, and alleyways leading.
thereto have been cleaned and disinfected under the. supervision of
an employee of the Bureau of Animal Industry and are contructed-
and maintained in accordance with the specifications set Mct in the
regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture to prevent the spread 0of
splenetic fever in cattle. I

INTERPRETATION. . .

This rule 1, revision 16, shall be construed in connect ion with the
regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture for the prevention of
the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle, and is
subject to amendment or revision on statutory notice.
Rule 1, revision 15 (B. A. I. Order 251), dated November 21,.191M6,
effective December 11, 1916, and amendments thereto, shall cees to
be effective on and after December 1, 1917, on and after which date
this rifle 1, revision 16, which for purposes of identification:i]s
designated as B. A. I. Order 255, shall become and be efectivem nii
otherwise ordered.

The effect of this order is as follows:
In Alabama there are released from quarantine the counties of
Baldwin, Barbour, Chambers, Choctaw, Clarke, (oosa, fkait,,
Houston, Russell, and Talladega, and portions of Ch&rokee and'Xo6
bile CountiestJi
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In Arkansas there are released from quarantine the counties of
Columbia, Crawford, Lonoke, Monroe, Nevada, Ouachita, Pope.
Prairie, Union, White, and Yell; the remainder of Baxter, Inde-
pendence, Izard, Jackson, Lee, Phillips, St. Francis, and Sebastian
Counties, and portions of Conway, Desha, Faulkner, Jefferson, Pul-
aski, and Van Buren Counties.
In Florida Monroe County is released from quarantine.
In Georgia there are released from quarantine the counties of
Bibb, Brooks, Burke, Butts, Coweta, Dougherty, Douglas, Gwinnett,
Jefferson, McDuffie, Muscogee, Spalding, Taliaferro, and Troup.
In Louisiana there are released from quarantine the parishes of
Caddo, Concordia, East Feliciana, Franklin, Jefferson Davis, Lin-
coln, Pointe Coupee, Washington, and West Feliciana, and portions
of Orleans and Ouachita Parishes.
In Mississippi the entire State is released from quarantine.
In North Carolina the remainder of Northampton County and
portions of Columbus and Pitt Counties are released from quaran-
tine.
In Oklahoma there are released from quarantine Okfuskee County,
the remainder of Delaware County, and portions of Adair, Cherokee,
McClain, Mayes, Okmulgee, and Osage Counties.
In Texas there are released from quarantine the counties of Coke.
Concho, Cooke, Dallas, Irion, Montague, Runnels, Stephens, Sutton,
Taylor, and Young; the remainder of Shackelford and Throckmor-
ton Counties, and portions of Crockett, Jack, and Tom Green Coun-
ties.
A T MDone in the District of Columbia this 2d
day of November, 1917.
Witness my hand and the seal of the De-
partment of Agriculture.
D. F. HOUSTON,
Secretary of Agriculture.












WARHIN OTON: OOVERNMUNT PRTNTINC OrFPIC : 1917

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