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the subject of interstate commerce. For purposes of identification, *|
these regulations are designated as B. A. I. Order No. 210. The
regulations heretofore issued by the Secretary of Agriculture on this I
subject, under date of March 22, 1907, effective on and after April
15, 1907, and all amendments thereto (B. A. I. Order 143), are hereby .
revoked, to take effect on July 1, 1914, on and after which date the "
regulations herein prescribed shall become and be. effective until"
D. F. HOUSTON,
Secretary of Agriculture.
REGULATION 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS.
(Acts of May 29, 1884, Feb. 2, 1903, and Mar. 3, 1905.)
DEFINITION OF INTERSTATE.
SECTION 1. Wherever in these regulations, or in the Tules based
thereon, the word interstate" is used, it shall be construed to mean
"between one State or the District of Columbia and another State
or the District of Columbia."
RULE GOVERNING QUARANTINE, ETC., OF DISEASED LIVE STOCK.
SECTION 2. When the Secretary of Agriculture shall determine the
fact that cattle or other live stock in a State or in the District, of
Columbia are affected with any contagious, infectious, or communi-
cable disease notice will be given of that fact. A rule will be issued
placing in quarantine all or a portion of the State or the District of
Columbia in which the disease exists, and this rule will either abso-.
lutely forbid the interstate movement of live stock from the quaran-
tined area or will indicate the regulations under which interstate
movements may be made.
OWNERS, ETC., TO EXERCISE CARE IN OFFERING ANIMALS FOR TRANSPORTA-
SECTION 3. Before offering cattle or other live stock for interstate
transportation, or so transporting them, or introducing them into any
public stockyards or upon routes of traffic for interstate transporta-
tion, all persons or corporations are required to exercise reasonable
diligence to ascertain that such animals are not affected with any._
communicable disease, and have not been exposed to the contagion .
or infection of disease by contact with other animals so diseased or*
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ZCTION (W PRXNMSM CARS, RGATS, K7C.
4. Paragmph:l.Ekcept as hereinafter provided for
'regulationspremises, cars, boats, and other vehicles that have
ined diseased cattle or other live stock shall not be used in the
te tranportation of healthy animals until the said premises,
boats, and other vehicles shall have been thoroughly cleaned of
'04 litterand other material and disinfected with a solution
with. 6 ouncesof 95 per cent pure liquid carbolic acid to each
on of vater,: or a. solution containing 4 ounces of cresol compound
0 S* PO too each gallon of water. When either disinfectant is used
lime:(not to exceed 11 pounds for each gallon) should be
i4*d to show where it has been applied.
4-Paragraph C-40ars, boats, and other vehicles for use in the inter-
transportation' of healthy and nonexposed cattle or other live
shall first be cleaned and disinfected as provided in para-
ph I of this section unless it shall be shown fo the satisfaction-
the, insPector of the Bureau of Animal Industry either that said
ikgs'or other vehicles have been cleaned and disinfected under these
4mw *g-tulations and have not carried, or contained diseased or ex osed
al's since that cleaning and disinfection, or that the cars have
r been used for the transportation of diseased or exposed animals.
DISWFZCnON OF STOCKYARDS AND FEEDING STATIONS.
SWT101V S. Public stockyards and feeding stations, and approaches,
_.`ehutesalleys, and peus thereof which have contained diseased or
exposed ani'mals shall, before healthy or nonexposed animals for
tirstate transportation are placed therein, be cleaned and dis-
infected as, proviWed in section 4 of this regulation. Failure to clean
and disinfect said places will subject them to quarantine.
INSPECTION OF SHIPMENTS IN TRANSff.
Szmox 6. When deemed necessary, interstate shipments of live
Oock will be stopped transit for inspection and disposition, and
*R persons and corpor-ations having control of the transportation of
live sto& shall cease the carriage or transit thereof upon receipt
of *,,order from an inspectorof the Bureau of Animal Industry, and
sh&U imbwit the shipment to inspection.
SLA:UGHTM OF ANIKAL8 TQ ?RZVENT DISEASE.
Swno1w T. `%%en in order to prevent the spread of a disease it
-16ewmes newmry to slaughter-any diseased or exposed live stock and
the purchase of such live stock by the United States is aut edby
law and an appropriation is available therefore, the valu6 of the live
stock shall be ascertained and compensation made therefore either by .
agreement with the owner pr by appraisement in the manner pro-
vided by the law of the State wherein the owner of the live stock has .
his legal residence.
INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION BX BUREAU.
SEcoN 8. Where inspection and certification are required by the
regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture, unless otherwise stated,
inspection and certification by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal
Industry are meant, and such inspection and certification will be
furnished without the payment of inspection fees. However, proper
facilities for restraining animals and assistance shall be provided in
order that a careful inspection may be made, and the inspector while
making the inspection must not be interfered with in any manner,
otherwise inspection will be immediately discontinued.
SHIPMENTS DIVERTED IN TRANSIT.
SECT oN 9. Interstate shipments of live stock of any quarantined
area that are not accompanied by a certificate of an inspector of the
Bureau of Animal Industry showing freedom from disease or from
exposure thereto, shall not be diverted en route to feed lots or to other
States for feeding, stocking, or breeding purposes unless first in-
spected and certified by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal
REMOVAL OF LIVE STOCK TO FREE AREA WITHIN STATE.
SwcrTIoN 10. No live stock shall be trailed or driven or hauled in
private conveyances from the quarantined area in any State to any
point in the same State not included in the quarantined area and
subsequently delivered to a transportation company for shipment to
any other State, except in compliance with the regulations.
CERTIFICATES COVERING INTERSTATE MOVEMENTS.
SFEOmo 11. Paragraph 1.-The certificates of inspection or treat-
ment issued by the inspectors of the Bureau of Animal Industry cov-
ering the interstate movement of live stock shall in all cases accom-
pany the live stock to destination.
Paragraph 2.-Where interstate certification covering the move-
ment of live stock is hereinafter provided for in these regulations,
the certificates shall become the property of the transportation com-
pany and shall be filed with the billing for future reference.
tE-A t ate ieeit by tae itate autolonties ttlereor.
.TEfhTAT SHIPMENTS OF CATTLE FOR IMMEDIATE SLAUGHTER.
........... 4. Parag4r ph l--Interstate shipments of cattle from the
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r KfijartinM area may be made at any timeby rail or boat for im.
tIS tdiaug'htr: Prov ded, That permision is first obtained from
ii 0" d of the State or the District of Columbia, as the case
: A Rte tQ Biwe th spread of splenetic fever in cattle tI In effect throughout the
*l. . .. ... .+ .. ... l pr. sibes the quarantined area In the respective States and should
A rr)''""'t with theme regulations. C0p1es of the rule mar be obtained
Kwlit the ChJe of tieo Bureau at AnImal Industry, Washington, D. C.
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6 BEGUL&ATONS-INThBBfTATE MOVEMENT OF LIVE 'WfOOs H
may be, at place of destination: And provided further, That in their
movement the provisions contained in paragraphs 2 to 18, hereinafter
set out in this section, are strictly observed and complied with in all
interstate movements of cattle of the quarantined area to points out-
side the quarantined area except only those movements authorized and
accompanied by certificates of-inspection or treatment issued by in-
spectors of the Bureau of Animal Industry.
Paragraph 2.-Cattle of the quarantined area when received at
destinations outside of the quarantined area, or which in course of in-
terstate transportation from the quarantined area are unloaded at a
point not within the quarantined area to be fed or watered, or for
other purposes, shall be handled over platforms, chutes, and. alleys,
and placed in yards reserved for cattle of the quarantined area, and
such quarantine yards shall not be used for horses, mules, or asses.
Such yards, alleys, chutes, and platforms shall be constructed and
maintained in accordance with the specifications set out below:
(a) The outside fences inclosing such quarantine yards, and the
fences on either side of the alleys, chutes, and platforms leading
thereto shall be tight board fences not less than 6 feet high on the
(b) If such yards, alleys, chutes, and platforms are adjacent to
yards, alleys, chutes, and platforms for cattle not of the quarantined
area, there shall be between them a space not less than 10 feet wide,
which shall be inaccessible to live stock; this space shall be limited
on one side by the 6-foot fence required by specification (a) and on
the other side by aE similar fence. The remaining space around such
yards shall be limited as in specification (e) following.
(c) If such yards, alleys, chutes, and platforms are isolated from
other yards, alleys, chutes, or platforms, there shall be built and main-
tained outside thereof on all sides to which cattle of the vicinity might
otherwise approach a well-constructed cattle-proof fence not less than
5 feet high and not less than 15 feet from the 6-foot fence required
by specification (a).
(d) The only means of egress from yards for cattle of the quar-
antined area in transit shall be by way of the alleys, chutes, and plat-
forms inclosed by 6-foot fences, as required by specification (a), to
cars for reforwarding, and under no circumstances shall there exist
any connection between such yards and the yards for cattle not of
the quarantined area or other adjacent premises.
(e) The yards reserved for cattle of the quarantined area shall be
so located, or such drainage facilities shall be provided therefore, that
water therefrom will not flow onto the adjacent property.
(f) The yards reserved for cattle of the quarantined area shall be
marked by a conspicuous sign bearing the words "QUARANTINE
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f;$_ Or 4 PENS in letters not lew than
A-If cattle not* of the quamntined'area 1* driven avw
&uUo, or alleys,, or placed in the yards reserved for
the quamntined area, such cattle shall thereafter be treated
mTecta as if they were actually of the quarantined area; like-
if cattle'Of the quarantined area or Orwnating on quarantined
ijrllec premises are moved to.. a point outside of the quarantined
vr 'from such quarantined or infected premises without first
:been treated as required by this regulation for movement as
cafle, the stock: pens, cars, and other premises, and any
with which they may have come in contact shall be considemd
U rospeds #a quarantined premises and cattle until treated in
w9ordanoe with. this: regulation.
,ip ftWmph 4,jf, for any reason, such as unavoidable delays or
it is necessary to unload cattle.-of the quarantined area which
transported southern cattle into pens or yards which
ve not beew specially.. provided and reserved for that purpose as
indicated,: the promises shall, be disinfected as provided
Ay Pgragraphs.. 9 and 10 of this section, and the transportation com-
shall immediately report the transaction by telegraph to the'
of the Bureau of Animal Industry, Washington, D. C. Such
shall include, the information indicated below:
"Ja) Nature. 14 emergency.
M Flwe where the cattle were unloaded.
6), Origirkal:points: of shipment and destination.
14) Number and. initials of the i inal car; also number and
&Is of the car into which the cattle are -reloaded in case the
`4` g al car is not used.
A, 5.--The transportation companies shall, securely affix to
IAh sides of all cars or boats carrying interstate shipinents, of cattle
from.the quarantined area (except those accompanied by certificates
,,of Juspection: or treatmeut issued by inspectors of the Bureau of Ani-
vW, Industry covering shipinents of cattle as provided in section 6
herieof) durable placards not less than 5j by 8 inches in size, on which
"I be pyintod with permanent black ink and in bold-faced letters not
Jss than 1j inches in height the words 11 SOUTHERN CATTLE."
These placards shall also show the name of the place from which the
00 do, the date of the shipment- (which must correspond
the date of the waybills and.other papers), the name of the trans-
pojUtao4, ompany, and flw name of the plw% of destination. Each
of the -w&ybiUs, conductors? manifests, memoranda, and bills of lading
aming ments by can or boats shall have the words
pert to such ship
190 T 171 MEUMN CAr1v1%E plaWy written or stamped upon its f am
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Whenever such shipments are transferred to another transportation
company or into other cars or boats, or are rebilled or reconsigned
from any point not in the quarantined area to a point other than the
original destination, the cars or boats into which said cattle are trans-
ferred and the new waybills, conductors' manifests, memoranda, and
bills of lading covering said shipment by cars or boats shall be marked
as herein specified for cars or boats carrying said cattle from the
quarantined area, and for the billing, etc., covering the same. If for
any reason the placards required by this regulation are removed from
the car oi boat or are destroyed or rendered illegible they shall be
immediately replaced by the transportation company or its agents,
the intention being that legible placards designating the shipment as
" southern cattle shall be maintained on the car or boat from the
time such shipments leave the shipping point in the quarantined area
until they are unloaded at final destination and the cars or boats
are treated as hereinafter specified.
Paragraph 6.-No car or boat containing an interstate shipment of
cattle of the quarantined area shall receive on board cattle which are
not of the quarantined area. Interstate shipments of cattle of the
quarantined area shall not be made to points outside of said quaran-
tined area unless proper facilities have been provided for unloading
the said cattle directly into pens or yards specially provided and re-
served for such cattle.
Paragraph 7.-Cars required by section 10 of this regulation to be
cleaned and disinfected shall be treated in the following manner:
Remove all litter and manure from all portions of the cars, in-
cluding the ledges and framework outside; wash the exterior and
interior of the car until clean and saturate the entire interior surface,
including the inner surfaces of the car doors, with the disinfecting
material described in paragraph 10 of this section.
Paragraph 8.-Boats required by section 10 of this regulation to be
cleaned and disinfected shall be treated in the following manner:
Remove all litter and manure from the decks, stalls, and all other
parts of the boat occupied or traversed by such cattle and from the
portable chutes or other appliances or fixtures used in loading and
unloading same and wash them until clean, and saturate the entire
surface of the decks, stalls, or other parts of the boat occupied or
traversed by the cattle or with which they may have come in contact
or which have contained litter or manure with the disinfecting
material described in paragraph 10 of this section.
Paragraph 9.-Yards, pens, chutes, and alleys required by para-
graph 4 of this section to be disinfected shall be treated in the fol-
lowing manner" Empty all troughs, racks, or other feeding or water-
ing facilities and wash them until clean; remove all litter and manure
from the floors, posts, or other parts and wash them until clean;
TIM KO.i4NTAO=A.T2'XOVRXRNT OF LIU STOON.
affflm SUMV* of the f e bwghs, ehyata%: flowat
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the .0 material dewribed in the
-J S materials for the disinfection of cars, boats,
-and alleys. which 'have contained cattle of the quaran-
*m one of those. indicated below shall be used: (a) A. solution
*ith 6 ounces of 05 per cent pure liquid carbolic acid to each
of water.-or (b) a -solution containing 4 ounces. of cresol.com-
'JU. S. P. to ea& gallon of water. When either disinfectant. is
ek'V-v4.lime (not to exceed 11 pounds for each gallon) should
to shOw where it has been applied.
11.-The litter and manure removed from cars, boats,
er Nrehicles,.and from pens, chutes, alleys, or other premises
4osum which have contained cattle of the quarantined area
bo so located or stored that noninfected cattl e' can not come in
with it unless disinfected by saturatmig it with any disin-
materialspeeified in the preceding paragraph of the strength
WMposition indicated therein. Such litter and. manure may be
without disinfection *during theperiod from February I to
-ineAusi e,..of each year; and when so stored the storage
shoulder tightly enclosed land shall be so situated or so sur-
by cattle-proof fences. or other structures that no cattle
than cat0e. of the: quarantined area may approach elbser to it
raph 12----Cars which have carried cattle within the quax
are& of ..guy State: shall : be cleaned and disinfected before
en to -any point -in another State not in the quarantined area.
14%%Ming and disinfecting of such cars at points in the quaran-
am w, here Federal inspection is maintained shall be done
pemsion loyees of the Bureau of Anirval In-
the su i of emp
dustr*. These, provisions shall not apply to can containing cattle
-;n the, course of interstate transportation for immediate slaughter
with -these regulations.
jParWm'PA I&-The regulations relating to the movement of cattle
the quarantined' area as prescribed by the proper State officers at
...,dwtinatiou shall be mmfully observed.:
PWATE UOVZNEMT OF OATTM FROM QUARANTnUM ARIU.
N' J;.: Paragraph L-Cattle shall not be trailed or driven or
-;WM M* private conveyances, fr-om the quarantined area in any
StaU t6 say point in any other. State not included in the quaran-
p4mgmPA, R.-CattI6.1 -shall not be trailed, driven, or hauled, in
conveyances from the quarantined area -in any State to any
in the same State-not included in the quarantined area and
subsequently delivered to a transportation company for shipment ito
any other State except in compliance with the regulations &.
UNLOADING CATTLE FOR REST. FEED. AND WATER.L
SECTION 6. Paragraph 1.-Cattle not of the quarantined area which
are transported interstate by rail through the quarantined area may
be unloaded therein for rest, feed, and water into properly equipped
noninfectious pens, provided such pens and the platforms, chutes,
and alleys leading thereto are constructed and maintained in accord-
ance with the specifications set out below:
(a) The outside fences inclosing such pens, and the fences on either
side of the alleys, chutes, and platforms leading thereto shall be
tight board fences not less than 6 feet high on the inside.
(b) If such pens, alleys, chutes, and platforms are adjacent to
pens, alleys, chutes, and platforms for cattle of the quarantined area,
there shall be between them a space not less than 10 feet wide, which
shall be inaccessible to live stock; this space shall be limited on one
side by the 6-foot fence required by specification (a), and on the
other side by a similar fence.
(c) If such pens, alleys, chutes, and platforms are either isolated
from or adjacent to other pens, alleys, chutes, or platforms, there
shall be built and maintained outside thereof on all sides to which
cattle of the vicinity might otherwise approach a cattle-proof fence
not less than 5 feet high and not less than 15 feet from the 6-foot
fence required by specification (a).
(d) The only means of egress from such pens shall be by way of
the alleys, chutes, and platforms inclosed by 6-foot fences as required
by specification (a), to cars for reforwarding, and under no circum-
stances shall there exist any connection between such pens and the
pens for cattle of the quarantined area or other adjacent premises.
(e) Such noninfectious premises shall be so located, or such drain-
age facilities shall be provided therefore, that water from the sur-
rounding area will not flow onto or through them.
(f) Such pens shall be marked by a conspicuous sign bearing the
words "NONINFECTIOUS PENS" in letters not less than 10
inches in height.
Paragraph 2.-The hay, straw, or similar materials required for
feed and bedding in such'noninfectious premises shall be shipped in
noninfectious cars from points outside of the quarantined area and
so handled that they may not become infectious.
CATTLE FROM FREE AREAS INFESTED WITH CATTLE TICKS.
SECTION 7. Paragraph 1.-Cattle infested with the tick Margaropus
annulatwu, or southern cattle tick, disseminate the contagion of sple-
nzietic, southern, or Texas fever; therefore any cattle not of the quar-
antined area which are infested with this tick shall be considered as
'WOVMWMT OF Lr" MOK. 4P .
i*dWAM4, W-W-1 be tubJed to the regulations govemmg:
oWA16 of tbequiannfined area.
*kyard companies receiving interstate shipment
*M thi said ticks sh&U place the said in the
W& for the use of cittle of the quarantined are&, and tram-
oompardes outside of... the quarantined area are required to
disinfect, in'swordance with the requirements of tb-is regu-
can and boats used in interstate transportation which.have
tile Mlfeste& cattlft
DUTMG..AtM XOVMMWXT OF CArrUL
8. ParagrapA 1----Cattle of the quarantined area, or other
exp6t*d to or infested with ticks (Margaropw annu&tw)
'6i b6en properly di ped twice with an interval of from 5 to
In a permitted arsenical solution or otherwise treated in a
approved by the S cretary of Agriculture under the superv*1-
an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry and which
been ertified by the stid inspector to be free of infection from
fever, may be moved., interstate for any purpose: Provided,
requirements set forth M' paragTaph 6 of this section are
attle m* areas where tick eradication is being sys-
conducted n cooperation wi the State
0 th auihorities, or
t*ttl( presented at &-properly equipped dipping tation in the
area which on inspection by an inspector of the Bureau
ad Industry are found t.o be apparently free Irom ticks, may)
I one dipping in an aPproved arsenical solution under the su er-
of in inivector of the Bureau of Animal Industry and certi-
Dn thesiaid Hiwp&-tor, be shipped interstate for any purpose:
Ued, Th the conditions a such that the cattle may be moved
the free aiva or.to a transportation line without exposure to infec-
rr t,-,. I t
I', ` vided further, That the requirements set forth m* para-.
on ar ith.
of this secti e fully complied wi
'S.", the in thequarantined area which have been
roli)erlv dipped. atleast once in a permitted arsenical solution under
Supemsion. of a of.,the bureau of Animal Industry
duly authorized StaW specAor may be shipped as 44 DIPPED
CATTLE' a market center where proper dipping facil i-
IDIMvided and inspection maintained by the Bureau of Ani-
d, 'oft and it on iwTecti6n at such market center the cattle
fkiud to be apparently free from ticks they may, after one dip-
69 un4r:the supervision of an inspecior of the Bureau of Animal
dustry M 66W r> to 12 days after the. last previous dipping, and
i4cati6i 'by, the said inspect6r, be moved interstate for any pur-
,A Ptvvidoed, That the cattle so shipped shall be accompanied t46
such market center by a statement of dipping issued By the inspetor
supervising the same at the point of origin, showing the consignor,
consignee, number of cattle, and date of dipping, and shall -be
handled as quarantined cattle until the final dipping is accomplished:
Provided further, That the transportation companies shall securely
affix to both sides of all cars or boats carrying dipped ticky cattle
from the quarantined area durable placards not less than 5j by 8
inches in size on which shall be printed with permanent black?'ink-
and in bold-face letters not less than 1 inches in height the words
"DIPPED TICKY CATTLE." These placards shall also show
the name of the place from which the shipment was made, the date
of the shipment (which must correspond with the date of the way-
bills and other papers), the name of the transportation company, and
the name of the place of destination. Each of the waybills, con-
ductors' manifests, memoranda, and bills of lading pertaining to such
shipments by cars or boats shall have the words "DIPPED TICKY
CATTLE plainly written or stamped upon its face. Whenever
such shipments are transferred to another transportation company
or into other cars or boats, or are rebilled or reconsigned to a point
other than the original destination, the cars or boats into which said
cattle are transferred and the new waybills, conductors' manifests,
memoranda, and bills of lading covering said shipments shall be
marked as herein specified for cars or boats carrying said cattle from
the quarantined area, and for the billing, etc., covering the same. If
for any reason the placards required by this regulation are removed
from the cars or boats or are destroyed or rendered illegible they
shall be immediately replaced by the transportation company or its
agents, the intention being that legible placards designating the
shipment as "DIPPED TICKY CATTLE shall be maintained on
the car or boat from the time such shipments leave the shipping point
in the quarantined area until they are unloaded at destination and
the cars or boats are cleaned and disinfected as required by section
10 of this regulation: Provided further, That the requirements set
forth under (a), (b), (c), and (d) of paragraph 6 of this section are
fully complied with.
Paragraph. 4.-Cattle located in areas where tick eradication is
being conducted in cooperation with the State authorities, and which
are on premises known by inspectors of the Bureau of Animal In-
dustry to be free from ticks, may, upon inspection and certification
at a suitable season by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Indus-
try, be moved interstate for any purpose without dipping: Provided,
That the conditions are such that the cattle may be moved to the
free area or to a transportation line without exposure to infection,
and the requirements set forth under (a) and (1). of paragraph 6
of this section are fully complied with.
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5.--Rbmes mides, and wow which am infested wM
Pw soutaWw) shall, not be moved interstate to PW
A azft uhless they m treated in amordance
wt forth in this regulation governii ng the inter-
&-(a) All-movemmts of inspected or dipped and certi-
shall be acoompamied by the certifiLcate covering the move-
shall be handled.thraugh noninfectious pens, alleys, and chutes,
*PPed sh&U be loaded into clean and disinfected carkand
'be unloaded in the quarantined area, except at such points
for noninfected cattle' as may from time to time be author-,
the Bureau of : Animal Industry.'
All such interstate: movements of inspected or dipped and
cattle are subject to such restrictions as may be imposed at
ion by the officials of the State or the District of Columbia.
-'Cattle of the quarantined area shall be considered infected and
-not be placed in noninfectious pens or premises until after the
v.wpection w dipping.
-Thp dipping of cattle for interstate movement shall be done
Tlaces: where proper facilities are provided for dipping and
g the cattle in a manner to prevent exposure to infection
dipping. The dipping shall be done in a permitted
-solution contanguing, arsenic trioxid (white arsenic) in the
..."TUon of 10 Pounds',of- arsenic trioidd to 500 gallons, of the dip-
bath, which Phall at. all times show a minimum of twenty-two
per c.e..nt of arsenious oxid M* solution as indicated by the
of Animal Industry field test for the arsenlicaldipping bath.-
which are to be dipped shall, prior to dipping, be given an
fy to dibik sufficient water to quench their thirst and be
y handled and not dipped while they are in a heated or ex-
6usted condition. The department disclaims responsibility for any
.,,Jow or damage.resulting from the dipping.,
" 4. 1 receive mig the final d I*PP
(e) After ing in the quarantined area, cat-
0& s4ll be handled through noninfectious pens, alleys, and chutes
suftvuuded by a. well 1
-constructed cattle-proof fence, immediately
oitaide of which there shall be'a space not less than 15 feet wide
J shall at all- timesbe inaocessible to live stock. This space shall
,Uw"ted. on one side...by' the fence ouily described and on the
",.by a iwiflar fenee and Aco rubbish, fitter,. or vegetation shall be
colleet in "15-foot space, the ground surface of which
botlmxwughly diffli fected when deemed neewxry by the in-
0 g the dipping. Such drainage facilities shall be
idedas Willprevent water from flowing into the pens, alloys, or
from the, surrounding groundi
rBullettm No. 76 or the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
to each gallon ot water, or a solution containing 4 ounces of cres6l 1
compound U. S. P. to each gallon of water, sufficient lime (notuto
exceed 1j pounds for each gallon) to be added to either disinfectant
to show where it has been applied, or a permitted arsenical dip at
double the strength required for dipping cattle for ticks: And pro-
vided further, That the cattle shall not be held in such disinfected
pens, alleys, or chutes for a period longer than 12 hours after dipping
before being loaded into clean and disinfected cars for shipment as
Paragraph 7.-The exhibition of uninfected cattle at fairs or ex-
hibitions in the quarantined area and their reshipment to the free
area without dipping may by written order be permitted: Provided,
That the cattle shall be handled under such conditions as may be
prescribed in each case to preclude any danger of the spread of
TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES TO REQUIRE SIGNED STATEMENTS.
SECTION 9. Before accepting or moving an interstate shipment of
cattle to a point not in the quarantined area from that portion of
the quarantined area from which, under the rules of the Secretary of
Agriculture, cattle may be shipped after inspection for purposes other
than immediate slaughter, transportation companies shall secure a
signed statement from each owner or consignor of said cattle showings
the purpose for which the cattle are shipped. In every case this
statement shall accompany the waybills.
CLEANING AND DISINFECTING CARS AND BOATS.
SzCTnoN 10. Cars or boats which have carried cattle of the quar-
antined area outside thereof, except those cattle shipped under para-
graphs 1, 2, and 4 of section 8 of this regulation, shall be cleaned and
disinfected by the final carrier, as provided by paragraphs 7 and 8,
respectively, of section 4 of this regulation, as soon as possible after
unloading and before the said cars or boats are again used in the
interstate transportation of live stock or merchandise: Provided,
however, That if such cars are to be used within 48 hours for refor-
warding quarantined cattle to another point to which such cattle
may be shipped in accordance with this regulation it is not required
310"U"T OF LM 8%%190 I ra
thqJW44*04,_sad'disi fedAba unti.1 unloaded at such latter des-
fiail evrier which is reiponsible for the dean" and
PUW ton $hall keep the nearest bureau office informod
-viatil treated in accordance with this regulation. If
I wl"ble to provide proper facilities for cleaning and dis-
-to" at the point whm the diseased or exposed cattle, are
themfroln,,the transportation company shall seal, bill, and
the infeefioUs cars to a point to be agreed upon between
of the company and a representative of the Bureau of Ani-
and shall there,. mi: the presence and under the uper-
sn employee of the Bureau of Animal Industry, clean and
the said cam
N S. TO PREVW4'r THE SPREAD OF SCABIES IN CATI`LE
(Acts of Feb. 29 1903, and Mar. 8. 1905.)
MOV iCMWfT OF CATTLEAFFIRTHD WITH scABrz&
1. P aragrah 1.-Cattle which are diseased with scabies
wt be shipped, trailed, or otherwise removed; or allowed to
one State or, the District of Columbia into another State
-Distrkt of. Columbia, except as hereinafter provided, and no
.7 be shippod,,trailed, or otherwise removed, or allowed to
from one Stateor theDistrict of Columbia, or a portion thereof,
tined for the disease of scabies in cattle into another State
District of Columbia, except as hereinafter provided.
A 2.-Xo cattle shall, be trailed or driven or hauled inin
conveyoaces from the. quarantined area in any State to any
in the: sa.me State Aot included in the quarantined area and
plenty delivered to a. transportation company for shipment to
ih'Y-other Stat. or the District of Columb* unless the said cattle
ahill have been. inspected by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal
b uA and found to be free from disease and are accompaniedby
t-certificate.froxi the said inspector.
PwWraph S.-The removal. of cattle unaccompanied by a, certifi-
inspection from an M*spector of the State or the District of
Co, umbia, or an inspector of the Bureau, of A-nimal Industry, from a
0 ntined Portion of a State or the District of Columbia into a
Of thD "we Stateor the District of Columbia. not quarantined,
objectect theunquarantined portion of the State orthe District
bia to qu-pirantifie.
U*& to, pmvent the spread of scabies In cattle is In effect throughout the entire
This -rtft premodbes the qtwantined' 'area An the respective States and shoWd be
'*Awdered in co*eedoawfth these regulattons. Copies of the rule may be obtained from
ChW of tM Rimu of Ant I Industry, Washington, D. C.
SEcTIow 2. No cattle shall be shipped or moved interstate from
I States or portions thereof quarantined by the Secretary of Agricul-
ture for scabies in cattle for purposes other than immediate slaughter,
except as hereinafter provided for, unless dipped in a permitted dip
under the supervision of an inspector of the Bureau of Animal In-
dustry. Cattle originating on ranges, pastures, or premises which
have been cleaned of scabies under the supervision of a bureau in-
spector or cooperating State authorities, or which have been deter-
mined by a bureau inspector or such cooperating State authorities
to be free from scabies infection by investigation made at the owners'
request and at a time best calculated to ascertain the actual condi-
tions, may on inspection and certification by a bureau inspector be
permitted to move interstate for any purpose. However, subsequent
infection or exposure thereto of such excepted ranges, pastures, or
premises by the introduction of cattle from infected or uninspected
territory shall again subject them to the necessity of recleaning or
investigation, as the case may be.
MOVEMENT OF "UNINSPECTED CLEAN CATTLE" AND "UNINSPECTED EXPOSED
F SECTION 3. Paragraph 1.-Cattle of herds of the quarantined area
which are not diseased with scabies may, when accompanied by a per-
nmit issued by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry within
'10 days of the date of shipping, be shipped interstate without inspec-
tion as "uninspected clean cattle" to any market or slaughtering
center where inspection is maintained or where facilities are avail-
able for dipping or slaughtering cattle under the supervision of the
Bureau of Animal Industry: Provided, That the permits under which
such shipments are made shall accompany the billing and be deliv-
ered by the transportation company to the inspector at destination
at the time of his inspection of the cattle. When so shipped the cattle
shall be submitted for inspection at destination. If found upon such
inspection to be free from disease and exposure thereto en route,
11no further restriction shall be placed upon them, but if found to be
infected or to have been exposed by coming in contact with diseased
cattle or infectious premises they shall not thereafter be permitted
interstate shipment until treated as herein prescribed for diseased
or exposed cattle, as the case may be.
Paragraph 2.-Cattle not visibly diseased, but which may be a part
of a diseased herd, may, without inspection, be shipped interstate as
uninspected exposed cattle for immediate slaughter from points in
the quarantined area, or from a point en route where found to be ex-
posed to scabies, to any recognized slaughtering center where separate
T OF UVA STOCK.
foi yord,4`W,"posed eatfle- or such vattle mayj
AWpped iat4wstate as 'uninspeded expowd
Ao pointa, w4ere facilifies. m maintained for d*
the supervisioa of an inspedorof the Buresuot
fladukry, and where separate pens are provided ior yarding
rph 80 uninspected clean cattle," as providett in
h gr uni I 4s elTose41 eattk
,pedkd as provided in para-
ppediliteiitate *ifhout *"on under thet terms of
the*traiisportation 'company shall affix to both sides
or boat ing such cattle a durable placard, not less
by, 8 inches in mze,$.:O.n which shall be printed. with permanent
in bold-fa6e lefteri: not'less than 11 inches' in height the
VNhSPECTED 'CATTLE: or UNIN-
EXPOSED CATTLE," as the case may, be. The plao-
talso, show.. th6 nameof the place from which the shipment
1he date ot! the shipment (whi& date must correspond -with
of the waybills and
ductorg' MAs and. bills of lading per-
tp' ,such shipmen tq: by cars or boats shall have the words
CUD, CLEAN CATTLE7. or UNINSPECTED
il;-Eli) CAT]ME:$" as the:case may be, plamily written or
tLpon, its face. 'Whenever 'such shipments are transferred to
txansportation companyor into other ems or boats, or are
or reconsigned to a point other than the original destination,
on or boats int4Dwhich said cattle are transferred and the new
iiinductorgl manifests, memoranda, and bills of lading cov-
,o4eh sba be arked as herein speci-
pment&by cars or boats shall In
for cars d boat first carrying said cattle, and for the billing,
ota, covering-ihe same.. If. for any rmson the placards required by
regulation are'rendoved from the car or boat or are destroyed
tomdexed illegiblethey shall be in=ediately replaced by.the trans-
0 compsay, or.. its: agents, the intention being that legible
pla"v& shaU, be I hi"taiued on. the cars or boats from the time
Sbjpment until they arrive.. at destination, and until the disposi
n,-Qf the ws or, boats 1*0.indicated by an inspector of the Bureau
",$(no* 4 diseased with% scabies which have been dipped
14 & PM., dip under the supervision of an. ector of the
of Ani IndustrY *ithin 10: days of 'date of shipment, 'may
arrival at destination.
SHIPMENTS OF STOCKERS AND FEEDERS. *.
SECTION 5. Paragraph 1.-Cattle diseased with scabies which are 4
to be shipped interstate for stockers or feeders shall be dipped twice
in a permitted dip, 10 days apart, under the supervision of an'in-
spector of the Bureau of Animal Industry.
Paragraph 2.-Cattle diseased with scabies may be dipped once in
a permitted dip under the supervision of an inspector of the Bureau
of Animal Industry at the point of origin and shipped interstre
for stocking or feeding purposes if arrangements have been made
for the second dipping en route or at destination at the required time
after the first dipping at a point where there is an inspector stationed
and under his supervision.
Paragraph 3.-Cattle not visibly diseased with scabies but which
are known to be part of a diseased herd or have come in contactwith
diseased cattle or infectious premises, when intended for stockers or
feeders, shall be dipped once at point of origin under the supervision
of an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry in a permitted
dip, or they may be dipped en route instead of at point of origin by
special permission first had and obtained from the chief of the
Bureau of Animal Industry.
INSPECTION AFTER DIPPING.
SECTION 6. After dipping the cattle shall in all cases be submitted
to inspection before shipment.
CATTLE EXPOSED DURING TRANSIT.
SECTION 7. Should healthy cattle in transit from a State not quar-
antined by the Secretary of Agriculture for scabies in cattle be un-
loaded en route or at destination and placed in infectious premises,
they shall be treated as exposed cattle, and shall not be forwarded to
destination for purposes other than for immediate slaughter until
they shall have been dipped once in a permitted dip or otherwise
treated in a manner approved by the Secretary of Agriculture under
the supervision of an, inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry.
MOVEMENT OF DIPPED AND EXPOSED CATTLE.
SEcnoN 8. When diseased cattle that have been dipped once in a
permitted dip or when cattle not visibly diseased but which are
. =... :,.k
bei are shipped interstaU in se-
zii 4 ,Wof secdon 61 the transportafion (*mp&"
ear or boat im][02SIF111W. such cattle a
Pkeard, not, ku thati 5J., by 8: inches Mi si2;N on
with pannaaent.bla& ink Mi bold-fam letters
Ithast inches-in, height the words," SCABBY
y Wor CATTUN -9XPOSEDVO SCABIES;' as the cam
Uwe plaoal-ds sh&U" bu), sbow: the n of Plm% from
tho shipment was made, th6 dateof the, t (which must
d with the date of the: waybills and other papers), the
if the and.thtname of the place of
on- Each of the.vvM%,cmductorsl manifests, memoranda,
104W Pf, uO Wpments by cars: or. boats
00 wc&4,:. PIPP4 D. $CABBY CATTLE," or OAT-
OSED TQJSCIABTI$t" as thecase may be, written or
.4p 0 i .
itS fadOO.:. such shipments axe transferred
transportation. compaq. or -into other cars or boats, or
,d,.qrrecoAsignOj than the orwnal desti-
e cars or boats into which said'eattle am transfemd and
*aybills, conductors` manifests, memoranda, and bills of
covermg such.: shipments by:: cxnor: boats shall be marked as,
swified, for r. cars or boats first CW]Uing said cattle and for
PVerMg for any reason the placards
this rorulation. a : r e, removed from. the car or boat or are
'ed r render-e'd'illible, ey shallb'e *immediately replaced by
portation company or agents; the intention being that
Ia'czr',ds shall bi mallitained on the cam or boats from the time
until the'Y'ar-nive at destination 6r point of dipping, and
Poaitionof the: ea'rsor' boats, i's indicated by an inspector of the
Ia- ParWrVAI.-The dip at present permitted by the de-
*t*bnt, for the: tiwtment Under official supervision, of caWe.affected
vnth or exposed W seaweaif) I ffio fitu"ulphur dip made in the pro-
"rtion of 1 pounds of undaked lima, (or 16 pounds of commercial
Aydrated lime-.-not air-9 and 94 pounds of flowers of sul-
to, W g4czs,4qf watAr.,, JU dipping bath should be usecl at a
40AP ;Of W to 1060 F4,.**d must at -All times be Laintained
lew, thoo.2 per amt of Md*d sulphur," as
Ahallureau of Indu fveldtMb fOr liM6-SUI-
proprietary brond -of lime-sulphur solution may
dipj Wy afw. s,
w, permiamm therefore: has
RBGULATrONS-INTERSTATB MOYfBMNT OF LIVE WaOOK.
been issued by the Buieau of Animal Industry. Nb dip other that
the lime-sulphur dip will hereafter be given department permission
for use in the official dipping of cattle for scabies unless it has been
shown to the satisfaction of the Bureau of Animal Industry (1) that
the strength of the bath prepared therefrom may be satMisfactorily
determined in the field by a practical portable testing outfit; (2)
that under actual field conditions the dipping of cattle in a bath of
definite strength will effectually eradicate scabies infection without
injury to the animals dipped.
CATTLE INFECTED OR EXPOSED IN TRANSIT.
SECTmOzo 10. Cattle shipped interstate under a certificate from an
inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry are not guaranteed un-
interrupted transit, for in the event of the discovery of scabies or oi
exposure thereto en route, the cattle shall thereafter be handled as
diseased or exposed cattle, as hereinbefore provided, and the cars or
other vehicles and the chutes, alleys, and pens which have been occu-
pied by them shall be cleaned and disinfected as hereinafter provided
in section 12.
MOVEMENT OF CATTLE FROM PUBLIC STOCKYARDS.
SEOTION 11. Public stockyards shall be considered infectious and
the cattle yarded therein as having been exposed to the disease, and
no cattle shall be removed therefrom to another State or the District
of Columbia, except for immediate slaughter, without dipping.
Where, however, a part or all of the stockyards is reserved and set
apart for the reception of uninfected shipments of cattle and is kept
free of disease, cattle may be shipped interstate from the uninfec-
tious yards or portions thereof without dipping. If diseased cattle
are introduced into the uninfectious yards or portions thereof, they
shall be immediately removed therefrom, and the chutes, alleys, and
pens used by them thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. No cattle
shall be shipped interstate from any stockyards where an inspector
of the Bureau of Animal Industry is stationed without a certificate
of inspection or of dipping issued by the said inspector.
DISINFECTION OF CARS. PREMISES, ETC.
SEcroN 12. Paragraph 1.--Cars and other vehicles, yards, pens,
sheds, chutes, etc., which have contained diseased cattle shall be
cleaned and disinfected in the following manner: Remove all litter
and manure and then saturate the interior surfaces of the cars and
woodwork, flooring, and ground of the chutes, alleys, and pens with
a solution made with 6 ounces of 95 per cent pure liquid carbolic
acid to each gallon of water, or a solution containing 4 ounces of
. .. .... ......
" . ." .ii::*"." i1"'
." :* :* *i
*P T V
_M P. to each gallon of water. When either dis-:
(not to exceed If poun& per gallon)
wheft it has been applie&
Ae443%m and am not.required to be cleaned
on &Comm in
Of their having clonts dippedWAbby
Ahat Uve been dipped within 10 days or cattle that have
IXplwed to scaMes.
L TO PREVEN HD OF IN SHIM-1
(Ada of FeIL-% 1908, and Mar. 3. 19M)
OF 8 APYNCTMb W OCANaM
L ParWraph le-No sheep which are diseased with scabies
shipp4 trafled, or otherwise remov4 or allowed to drift,
State or the District of Columbia into another State or the
of columbial except as hereinafter provided, and no sheep
,I*. Shipped, trai,4, or. otherwise. romov4 or allowed to drift,
a State or a portion thereof qqtined for the diseam of
in sheep into another SUte or the District of Columbia except
L.-No sheep be trailed or driven or haifled. in
conveyances from. the quaranti am in any State to any
same State not included Mi the'quarantined am and
defivered to a transportation company for shipment to
9ther State or the.Distzid of Columbia until the sheep ahall have
jaspeeW by an.inopeckor of the Bureau of Animal Indusixy
found to be h" ftom dismse and from exposure thereto, and
awed Oy a, certificate fi-om the said inspector.
3. All of the sheep in a certain flock or hipment. Mi
the diseam is presenti.shall be cWsed as diseased sheep, and
$of them-, sha-11 be removed or offered for interstate shipment
dipped as hereinaftw provided. The practice of pi a
at is, -removing any sheep which are visibly diseased and then
any portion of the remaining sheep for either inspection or
or both-is. directly and positively prohibited.
ZMMWM W TkAMM.
Wump, in an am& not quarandned for the dis-
omo of scabies M* sheep which bave:mot been eiTosed to the disease
A *gong in contad with or infectiow prmlses may
be or Uva witho" by the regiflations
onmwt fte op of embla ft do* is ft eftet Vwou& tb* entin
moo MU W"MOM Me q=nmtInM am ha ftz reopftftba &&to md should be
okk"du oft" with %Fft Co;#Ws of the rule waW be Oyteft" &am.
of 0* RM"'a ot Antow Uftoftyll Washfttour D. a
22 UGUL&AfONS-rINTIUTATi MOVZMNN T OF .I"M ,;.....Ii
of the Secretary of Agriculture to prevent -the spread of scabies is
sheep; but if said sheep be unloaded en route or at destination aM
are placed in infectious premises they shall thereafter be treated as
exposed sheep and shall not be forwarded to destination for pur-
poses other than immediate slaughter until they shall have been
dipped, under the supervision of an inspector of the Bureau of
MOVEMENT OF SHEEP FOR IMMEDIATE SLAUGHTER AND FOR STOCKING AND
SECnow 3. Paragraph 1.-Sheep that are diseased with- scabies
and that have been dipped once in a permitted dip under the super-
vision of an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry within 10
days of date of shipment may be shipped interstate for immediate
slaughter to a recognized slaughtering center, and when so shipped
the said sheep shall not be diverted en route and shall be slaughtered
within two weeks after arrival at destination. If diseased sheep ate
to be shipped interstate for stocking or feeding purposes they shall
be dipped twice as above indicated, 10 days apart, and shall be sub-
mitted to inspection before shipment.
Paragraph 2.-Sheep that are not diseased with scabies but which
have been exposed to the contagion of the disease may be moved
interstate for feeding or stocking purposes after one dipping, or
they may be shipped interstate by rail or boat to a recognized
slaughtering center for immediate slaughter without dipping.
TRANSPORTATION REQUIREMENTS FOR DISEASED AND EXPOSED SHEEP.
SECTION 4. When diseased sheep have been dipped once and are
shipped interstate for slaughter in accordance with section 3, para-
graph 1, or when exposed sheep are shipped interstate without dip-
ping for immediate slaughter in accordance with section 3, para-
graph 2, the transportation company shall affix to both sides of
each car or boat a durable placard not less than 5j by 8 inches
in size, on which shall be printed with permanent black ink in
bold-face letters not less than 11 inches in height the words
"DIPPED SCABBY SHEEP" or "EXPOSED SHEEP FOR
SLAUGHTER," as the case may be. These placards shall also show
the name of the place from which the shipment was made, the date
of the shipment (which must correspond with the date of the way-
bills and other papers), the name of the transportation company,
and the name of the place of destination. Each of the way-
bills, conductors' manifests, memoranda, and bills of lading per-
taining to such shipments by cars or boats shall have the words
"DIPPED SCABBY SHEEP" or "EXPOSED SHEEP FOR
SLAUGHTER," as the case may be, written or stamped upon its
MOVZMIMT OF LM STOM 28
a" trawhrred to another trans-
or into other cars or boats, or an rebilled or re-
t6,41p"n"ther than theoriginal destination the cars or
Weh said aheep are transferred and the new waybills,...
ifts'W'fests, memoranda, and bills of lading covering such
b cars, or boats shallbe marked as herein specified for
boats fint ouTying said sheep and for the bilhng, etc., cover-
same. If for any reason the placards required by this regu-
Are removed from the Car.or boat or are destroyed or rendered
they shall be immediately'replaced by the transportation
or iis agents the intention being that legible placards shall
ta ned'on thecars or boatsfrom the time of shipment until
arri Y e at destination, and the disposition, of the cars or boats is
by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry.
Paragraphle--The dip at present permitted by the- de-
for the treatm@nt under official super'viskon of sheep affected
or exposed to scabies 'I's the lime-sulphur dip made in the pro-
of 8 pounds of unslaked lime (or 11 pounds of commercial
limer-not sir-slaked lime) and 24 pounds of flowers of
to 100 gallons. of water. The dipping bath should be used
All ture of 1000, td 1050 F- and must at all times be main-
at a strength of not less., than,11: per cent of sulphid sul-
indicated by &e Bureau of Animal Industry fidd test for
4 bur baths.
2.-A proprietary brand of lime-sulphur solution may
used in official: dipping mly after specific permission therefore has
i*n issued b u ILM n
.Y the B reau of An" al Industry. No dip other tha
te'lime-sulphur dip will hereafter be given department permission
for use in the pfficial dipping of sheep for scabies unless it has been
wn to the satisfaction of the Bureau of Animal Industry (1)
the strength of the bath prepared therefrom maY be satisfac-
determined ini the field by a practical portable testing outfit;
'under adual Ud nditions, the dipping. of sheep in a
bith of deWte, strengt4 will effectually eradicate scabies infection
v", out 'jury to the animals dipped.
Logske FROX DIPPING.
6. The dipping shall be done carefully and the sheep
h humanely as -possible. The department disclaims re-
or nom. the dipping, and
for, any loss damaip resulting ft
who *ish to avoid auy risks, that may be Micaident to dipping
the stockyards, as well as to avoid liability to prosecution, should
see that their sheep are free from disease before shipping them to '
SEEP DISEASED OR EXPOSED IN TRANSIT. :
SECTION 7. Sheep shipped interstate under a certificate from an
inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry are not guaranteed
uninterrupted transit, for in the event of the discovery of scabies
or of exposure thereto en route the sheep shall thereafter be handled
as diseased or exposed sheep, as hereinbefore provided, and the cars
or other vehicles and the chutes, alleys, and pens which have been
occupied by them shall be cleaned and disinfected, as hereinafter
provided in section 9 of this regulation.
SmHIPMENTS FROM PUBLIC STOCKYARDS.
SECTION 8. Paragraph 1.-Public stockyards shall be considered
infectious and the sheep yarded therein as having been exposed to the
disease, and no sheep shall be shipped interstate therefrom, except
for immediate slaughter, without dipping. Where, however, a part
or all of the stockyards is reserved and set apart for the reception of
uninfected shipments of sheep and is kept free of disease, sheep may
be shipped interstate from the uninfectious yards or portions thereof
Paragraph 2.-If diseased sheep are introduced into the uninfec-
tious yards or portions thereof, they shall be immediately removed
therefrom and the chutes, alleys, and pens occupied by the said sheep
shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. No sheep shall be -
shipped interstate, from any stockyards where an inspector of the
Bureau of Animal Industry is stationed without a certificate of
inspection or of dipping issued by the said inspector.
DISINFECTION OF CARS, PREMISES, ETC.
SECTION 9. Cars and other vehicles, yards, pens, sheds, chutes, etc.,
that have contained diseased sheep shall be cleaned and disinfected in
the following manner: Remove all litter and manure and then satu-
rate the interior surfaces of the cars and woodwork, flooring, and
ground of the chutes, alleys, and pens with a solution made with 6
ounces of 95 per cent pure carbolic acid to each gallon of water, or
a solution containing 4 ounces of cresol compound U. S. P. to each
gallon of water. When either disinfectant is used sufficient lime (not
to exceed lj pounds per gallon) should be added to show where it hai
been applied. Cars and premises are not required to be cleaned and
disinfected on account of their having contained dipped scabby
sheep" that have been dipped within 10 days or sheep that have
been exposed to scabies.
MOVAN31" or U STOML 25
OPMRAD OF ROG CHOLZRA AND
JACti (4 Afty 20, ISK and reb. 2,19M)
I I RUM A90WOKIM OF firWM ".01MMIZIM,
1. No swine which are with hog cholera or mine
AsH be bmnsported, trailed, or driven, orotherwise removed
one State or the District of Columbia into another State or the
of Uumbia. All persons to ship swm*e interstate
before offering them for such shipment that the
not disaised and have not been exposed to the contagion
VJ5M11LWdXT OF 5WWR VWXM PUBUC OTOCWTARM
2. Paragraph L-Pubfie stqqk7ar& shall be considered
om, and no interstate movement of swine therefrom shall. be
-for fee&ag orptocking purpows except as hereinafter pro-
Di"sed sTnine shaH not be shipped interstate from the stock-
but shall, be condemned and daughtereAL Swine of a lot that
disumd, but which have been exposed, may be shipped inter-
0 a recognized daujhtering center for im 'iediate daughter;
so shipped they shall be billed as 11 exposed to hog cholera,"
*,the am shall be.so placarded.
2.----Swine, intended for purposes other than immedi
ma tie, shipped interstate from public stockyards subject
All nquiremnts of the State of destination, provided that on in-
by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry they are
to be hm fivin symptoms of chotlers and other contagious or
disames and that they are treated by a competent
'*bterinarian, under bureau supervisioi, in a portion of the stockyards
tit afide for that purpose., M accordance with one or the other of the
qt'm"ods set forth under (a) and (b) following:
f(a) Semn alone owthod.--The swine may be given the serum
40im inoeWation with hog-cholera. serum prepared under license
from the Secretary of Agriculturc After receivingthis treatment
Yz th)'Oy be disinfected in a. 2 per cent solution of cresol compound
S. P. and be held in noninfectious pens for at least six hours
Wore bdng loaded for interstate transportation.
M Simullaneow vwtAod,-The swine may be given
simultaneous inoculation" with hog-cholera serum and virus
-UM Agriculture. After
under license from the SME of
thiso treatmeiiit they shall be held under supervmon for a
Ppriod. of'_vA low than'14 days. It during this period they have
*b1bited so ey ptoms of hog cholers or other contagious disease
they shall be disinfected in a 2 per cent solution of cresol comp dun.
U. S. P. and be held in noninfectious pens for at least six hours
before being loaded for interstate transportation.
Paragraph 3.-Clean and disinfected cars or other vehicles only
shall be used for the interstate movement of swine which have been
given the "serum alone" inoculation or the "simultaneous inocula-
tion," and such movement must in every case be under certificate
issued by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry. "
DISINFECTION OF CARS, PREMISES, ETC.
SECTION 3. Cars and other vehicles and pens or yards which have
contained interstate shipments of diseased or exposed swine shall be
cleaned and disinfected as soon as possible after unloading. Cars
that have contained interstate shipments of swine destined to market
centers shall not be removed until the inspector has ascertained the
condition of the live animals and either released the cars or given
notice that they shall be cleaned and disinfected. Cleaning and dis-
infection shall be done by first removing all litter and manure and
then saturating the interior surfaces of the cars and the woodwork,
flooring, and ground of the chutes, alleys, and pens with a solution
made with 4 ounces of cresol compound U. S. P. to each gallon of
water, to which should be added sufficient lime (not to exceed 1i
pounds per gallon) to show where it has been applied.
REGULATION 6. TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF DOURINE IN HORSES
(Acts of May 29, 1884, and Mar. 3, 1905.)
MOVEMENT OF ANIMALS FROM QUARANTINED AREAS PROHIBITED.
SECTION 1. No horses or asses shall be offered for interstate ship-
ment, shipped, transported, driven or trailed, or otherwise removed
or allowed to drift interstate from an area quarantined by the Sec-
retary of Agriculture for dourine, without inspection and certifica-
tion of freedom from the disease for the purpose of the particular
movement by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Own-
ers and custodians of horses or asses for whom inspection is made
shall provide such reasonable facilities and render such assistance as
may be required by the inspector.
BREEDING ANIMALS IN QUARANTINED AREAS.
SECTION 2. If stallions or jacks shall be allowed to run at large in
an area quarantined by the Secretary of Agriculture for dourine, or
if there shall be any breeding of horses or asses in a herd in an area
quarantined by the Secretary of Agriculture for dourine in which
there is a horse or an ass which has been exposed to the infection of
ACOV210" 6V LrV111 GTOM 2T
wMa tn-W months after the said npmtrej a, rule will be
the intmUte movement: of zuy horses
Abw said -,tree until certified by an inspr of the
-31nduetry as having pawed the complement-fixa-
#or SU& diseem.
APVUAZS" OF A" 0011PONAT" FOR ANDIAM
x 3, When it is necessary mi order to prevent the spread of
and to aid in its exUrmination, and an appropriatiop is
therefore, the Department of Agriculture will cooperate
I various States the purchase of diseased animals in the
fact of:' fection with this disease shall be determined by
ornamt-fixation test applied in the laboratory of the Bureau
'The animal shall be appraised at its- actual value by an in-
bf the Bureau of Animal Industry, and the State veterinarian
assistant State *Aer'inarian of the State mi which the animal is
Or', when provided. by State. law, assessed value as shown by
r's books will be acceptedin lieu of pppraisal.
The depaAment will 'pay one-half the appraised or asmssed
Dravided such share shall in no case exceed $100 and the owner
-,an agmment to accept such sum as compensation in fall for
ofall claims he may have against the United, States
t of Agriculture on account of the destruction of the
7. TO PREVENT TIM SPREAD OF 1"-AND-LEG ULCFJ?4,
X (NECROBACILLOSIS) IN CATrLEv SHEEP,9 AND SWINK
(Act ofMay 29, 1884.)
nnrAafi&&,= MOVIZE".0F D1 REAMM AWMALS PRORMTN&
Y", r1j%-,MOW 1. to. cattle, sheep, swine, or other live stock affeted with
41- JEWand-leg tileeration. (necrobacill6sis) which by a physical exami-
on show such disease to exist'in -more than one tissue or show
1 4 the.disease with pus formation shall be shipped, trailed,
trin sported, or otherwise removed from,, one State or the District of
41 Columbia into another State or the District of Columbia.
MOVMMT 01V 1=ZP AFFZCTXD WITIK MID FORK.
2. Sheep which ate affected with the mild or inactive form
u1mation involving the lips or face without evidence
AU on may be:maved interstate, provided the affected
_,Plxu are hunedistely before such movement treated with an emol-
dressing conts 100 pwts (by weight) mutton tallow, vase-
or lard, 10 parts flowerl of mdphur, and five parts puz-a carbolie
acid. (In lieu of the carbolic acid 3 parts cresol compound U. S; P."2 4|
may be used.) When this treatment is given at public stockyards '
where Federal inspection is maintained it should be done under the
supervision of an employee of the Bureau of Animal Industry.
REGULATION 8. TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF TUBERCULOSIS IN
CATTLE AND SWINE.
(Act of May 29, 1884.)
INTERSTATE MOVEMENT PROHIBITED.
SECTIOw 1. No cattle or swine affected with tuberculosis as dis-
closed by a physical examination or by the tuberculin test, or by any
other means, shall be shipped, trailed, transported, or otherwise re-
moved from one State or the District of Columbia into another State
or the District of Columbia.
REGULATION 9. TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF GLANDERS IN
HORSES, MULES, AND ASSES.
(Act of May 29, 1884.)
INTERSTATE MOVEMENT PROHIBITED.
SECTION 1. No horses, mules, or asses affected with glanders as dis-
closed by a physical examination or by the mallein test, or by other
means, shall be shipped, trailed, transported, or otherwise removed
from one State or the District of Columbia into another State or the
District of Columbia.
INFORMATION FOR THE GUIDANCE OF CARRIERS AND OTHERS
RELATIVE TO THE FEEDING, WATERING, AND RESTING OF LIVE
STOCK IN COURSE OF INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION.
In connection with the enforcement of the 28-hour law (34 Stat.,
607), the JBureau of Animal Industry has made investigation of the
feeding, watering, and resting of cattle, sheep, -swine, and other
animals while in the course of interstate transportation. The results
of this investigation and the conclusions based thereon are hereby
announced as an indication of the views of the Department of Agri-
culture as to the minimum requirements of the law.
The amount of feed which should be given to different classes of
animals varies with the length of time between feedings and the
weights of the animals. For each 24 hours the ration for horses and
cattle should be not less than 11 pounds of hay to each hundredweight
of animal; for sheep, not less than 1 pounds of hay to each hundred-
weight of animal; and for hogs, not less than 1 pound of shelled
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ACTS OF CONGRESS.
AN ACT For the establishment of a Bureau of Animal Industry, to prevent the exporta-
tion of diseased cattle, and to provide means for the suppression and extirpation of :
pleuro-pneumonia and other contagious diseases among domestic animals. (23 Stat., 31.)
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
States of America in Congress assembled, That the Commissioner of Agricul-
ture shall organize in his department a Bureau of Animal Industry, and shall
appoint a chief thereof, who shall be a competent veterinary surgeon, and whose
duty it shall be to investigate and report upon the condition of domestic animals
of the United States, their protection and use, and also inquire into and report
the causes of contagious, Infectious, and communicable diseases among them,
and the means for the prevention and cure of the same, and to collect such
information on these subjects as shall be valuable to the agricultural and com-
mercial interests of the country; and the Commissioner of Agriculture is hereby
authorized to employ a force sufficient for this purpose, not to exceed twenty
persons at any one time. The salary of the chief of said bureau shall be three
thousand dollars per annum; and the commissioner shall appoint a clerk for
said bureau, with a salary of one thousand five hundred dollars per annum.
SEC. 2. That the Commissioner of Agriculture is authorized to appoint two
competent agents, who shall be practical stock raisers or experienced business
men familiar with questions pertaining to commercial transactions in live stock,
and whose duty it shall be, under the instructions of the Commissioner of Agri-
culture, to examine and report upon the best methods of treating, transporting,
and caring for animals, and the means to be adopted for the suppression and
extirpation of contagious pleuro-pneumonia, and to provide against the spread of
other dangerous, contagious, infectious, and communicable diseases. The com-
pensation of said agents shall be at the rate of ten dollars per diem, with all
necessary expenses while engaged in the actual performance of their duties
under this act, when absent from their usual place of business or residence as
SEC. 3. That it shall be the duty of the Commissioner of Agriculture to pre-
pare such rules and regulations as he may deem necessary for the speedy and
effectual suppression and extirpation of said diseases, and to certify such rules
and regulations to the executive authority of each State and Territory, and
invite said authorities to cooperate in the execution and enforcement of this
act. Whenever the plans and methods of the Commissioner of Agriculture
shall be accepted by any State or Territory in which pleuro-pneumonia or
other contagious, infectious, or communicable disease is declared to exist or
such State or Territory shall have adopted plans and methods for the sup-
pression and extirpation of said diseases, and such plans and methods shall be
accepted by the Commissioner of Agriculture, and whenever the governor of a
State or other properly constituted authorities signify their readiness to co-
operate for the extinction of any contagious, infectious, or communicable disease
in conformity with the provisions of this act, the Commissioner of Agriculture
is hereby authorized to expend so much of the money appropriated by this act
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suppress the same promptly and to prevent the same from spreading; ad fo%
this purpose the said Commissioners are hereby empowered to order and require
that any premises, farm, or farms, where such disease exists, or has existed,
be put in quarantine; to order all or any animals coming into the District to
be detained at any place or places for the purpose of inspection and examina-
tion; to prescribe regulations for and require the destruction of animals affected
with contagious, infectious, and communicable disease, and for the proper dis-
position of their hides and carcasses; to prescribe regulations for disinfection,
and such other regulations as they may .deem necessary to prevent infection.or
contagion being communicated, and shall report to the Commissioner of Agri-
culture whatever they may do in pursuance of the provisions of this section.
SEC. 9. That it shall, be the duty of the several United States district attorneys
to prosecute all violations of this act which shall be brought to their notice or
knowledge by any person making the complaint under oath; and the same shall
be heard before any district or circuit court of the United States or Terri-
torial court holden within the district in which the violation of this act has
SEC. 10. That the sum of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, to be imme-
diately available, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appro-
priated, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to carry
into effect the provisions of this act.
SEC. 11. That the Commissioner of Agriculture shall report annually to Con-
gress, at the commencement of each session, a list of the names of all persons
employed, an itemized statement of all expenditures under this act, and full
particulars of means adopted and carried into effect for the suppression of con-
tagious, infectious, or communicable diseases among domestic animals.
Approved, May 29, 1884.
AN ACT To enable the Secretary of Agriculture to more effectually suppress and prevent
the spread of contagious and infectious diseases of live stock, and for other purposes.
(32 Stat., 791.)
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
States of America in Congress assembled, That in order to enable the Secretary
of Agriculture to effectually suppress and extirpate contagious pleuro-
pneumonia, foot-and-mouth disease, and other dangerous, contagious, infectious,
and communicable diseases in cattle and other live stock, and to prevent the
spread of such diseases, the powers conferred on the Secretary of the Treasury by
sections four and five of an act entitled "An act for the establishment of a Bureau
of Animal Industry, to prevent the exportation of diseased cattle, and to pro-
vide means for the suppression and extirpation of pleuro-pneumonia and other
contagious diseases among domestic animals," approved May twenty-ninth,
eighteen hundred and eighty-four (twenty-third United States Statutes, thirty-
one), are hereby conferred on the Secretary of Agriculture, to be exercised
exclusively by him. He is hereby authorized and directed, from time to time,
to establish such rules and regulations concerning the exportation and trans-
portation of live stock from any place within the United States where he may
have reason to believe such diseases may exist into and through any State or
Territory, including the Indian Territory, and into and through the District of
Columbia and to foreign countries, as he may deem necessary, and all such rules
and regulations shall have the force of law. Whenever any inspector or as-
sistant inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry? shall issue a certificate show-
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or fromvw& Plem tuft and tbrsd& any Kate
AM- 1 1 4pand *~ the Didriet
dMAW tho Ind] -.JL-wzsg4wj, and Int
or tber smay be amortod ftwom the Uzdtod Mtew witbout fortber
er the exacUm er fem of any kUd, except such as xmy at any thne
'or araeted by the Hearetary or Agricalture; and all ouch
times be under the control and supervision of thelDmrsau of Aiftal
,;at tbe-Awlesltural Deparbnwt fbr the purposes ot such Inspectim
That the Secretary or Agricaltum shall have authority to make Nwh
and take sueb zMamam as he nay deem proper to preweet the
or dissenAmben or ww coutaglan% Infection% or tommwWftble
*Rhode rrbM a foreign cowdry Into, the U~ States or from am
%WrWry'of the U*fted Mates or the DIsWet of Wambia to anottier,
odx% qwumnOw., and dhqme of any hay; straw, forag% or dndlar
w any MentS6 htdkwor othm antmal produeft coming fmm an Infected
ftWdry'to the U-mdted SbWw, or fmm.pne ftate or Territorr or the
of Columbia In trandt to another StOe or Territory or the Dintriet
whmever in bla Juftment such iacdon to advisable In order to
*OXWU* the Introduction or opread of owh emtaffion.
That wW persoi4 company, or corporation Anwiney violating the
,of Me acter the ordemor reg datkme zuWe tu purownee thereoir
be soffty aC a "bWkmomor, and an conviction sban be punished by a
,ftAL lom tbom 4we knedred dallars nw non thay one tbousand donam
not.. mom than one year, or by beft sach fine and Impflmn-
VX4 10"talw! Ki! t&Z&OKI 19w
'To eu&le the'Secretary of A4TIo9tuM to establish smd maintain e
to Permn and regulate the movement of cattle and otbw itre stock thereft=6
_#W othm purpoow (83 Btatw MC)
Ona4ad bV the fie"te Ond RON" of RwresexwkO8 Of the usito&
of Amer**. 4& 06mpws dwewbWr flUt the SecrebaT of A&TIculture Is
and directed to oa any State or Territory or the DIWx"
umbla, or any pordan of any State or Territory or the District of Oolum-
wwbft be "I determime t-ha faeta that eattle or otber live stock in such
Weivltow:ar District of Coluvabia, am affected with any contagious,
=1 e IN' 10 114 or disease; and the Secretary of Agriculture is
Ofte FtP A ta give written er.printed nodm ot the of quarantine to
Irow, 801COM Of MUMBA ba M- or Otber sportatim commint
badnew In or thromb aw, State or TWTitory or the District
AumW and to PublUb In such newspapers In the aran state or
oar DIddet of (UUMb14 aa. tba, SeutwT of AgdeWtwe may
4d the "" I of qmxwwne-
*4MwA, so nLUmd empuw er the owners or masters of any stem or
qr,,00** vaami.er be*t sbaA.iecdv* Ur b I wrtation or transport
a1w -%"tined State or Territory.. or OwDLebUt of Co1mbla, or ftlan
pordon of any State or TerTftory or the ]Diabdft of Wmbda,
into any other State or- Territory or the District of Columbia, any cattleor.
other live stock, except as hereinafter, provided; nor shall any person, company,
or corporation deliver for such transportation to any railroad company, or b
the master or owner of any boat or vessel any cattle or other live stock, except
as hereinafter provided; nor shall any person, company, or corporation drive
on foot, or cause to be driven on foot, or transport in private conveyance or
cause to be transported in private conveyance, from a quarantined State or
Territory or the District of Columbia, or from the quarantined portion of
any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, into any other State or
Territory or the District of Columbia, any cattle or other live stock, except as
SEC. 3. That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of Agriculture, and he Is
hereby authorized and directed, when the public safety will permit, to make
and promulgate rules and regulations which shall permit and govern the
inspection, disinfection, certification, treatment, handling, and method and
manner of delivery and shipment of cattle or other live stock from a quaran-
tined State or Territory or the District of Columbia, and from the quarantined
portion of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, into any other
State or Territory or the District of Columbia; and the Secretary of Agriculture
shall give notice of such rules and regulations in the manner provided in section
two of this act for notice of establishment of quarantine.
Sm. 4. That cattle or other live stock may be moved from a quarantined
State or Territory or the District of Columbia, or from the quarantined por-
tion of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, into any other
State or Territory or the District of Columbia, under and in compliance with
the rules and regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture, made and promul-
gated in pursuance of the provisions of section three of this act; but it shall be
unlawful to move, or to allow to be moved, any cattle or other live stock from
any quarantined State or Territory or the District of Columbia, or from the
quarantined portion of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, into
any other State or Territory or the District of Columbia, in manner or method
or under conditions other than those prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture.
SEC. 5. That every person who forcibly assaults, resists, opposes, prevents,
impedes, or interferes with any officer or employee of the Bureau of Animal
Industry of the United States Department of Agriculture in the execution of
his duties, or on account of the execution of his duties, shall be fined not less
than one hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars, or be im-
prisoned not less than one month nor more than one year, or by both such fine
and imprisonment; and every person who discharges any deadly weapon at
any officer or employee of the Bureau of Animal Industry of the United States
Department of Agriculture, or uses any dangerous or deadly weapon in re-
sisting him in the execution of his duties, with intent to commit a bodily in-
jury upon him or to deter or prevent him from discharging his duties, or on
account of the performance of his duties, shall, upon conviction, be imprisoned
at hard labor for a term not more than five years or fined not to exceed one
SEC. 6. That any person, company, or corporation violating the provisions
of sections two or four of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on con-
viction shall be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars nor
more than one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment not more than one year,
or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Approved, March 3, 1905.
AM Vi ALUM T (W UM MOM
VAO ooma$ Oft ft 11 a! by rz&vad 4w etbw men= Of
%%NRUM7 M so DbftJk* of Cdumbft into or ftreq*
"Wdd Of coftwM96 A" r"?"ft6 "emm foro-tbeft
1 1 hundred &*4 o4ol, ty-myong fwty-tbree hundred a"
md eiO#-n1zo% and forty-thm hunfted and
A* MO fikMW;U G" HOW Of AWSMMMAIM of the U*Ue4 State
44 Obograw a"mblek That no raUrba4 exprMs company, car coiu-
carder other than by wateT. or the recelver,, trusteei or MOM
Qm- whom road form any paftof a line or road ever which eatft
or otbw animal Aball be couveyed from one StatA or Territory
of Oolumbla Into, or tbrough another State or TerrItory or -the
Pelambla,, or the owners.or masters of steam, sallinz or other vew
or cattle, sheeA zwine, or other animal from one
or the District of Columbia Into or through another State or
ort the Dhdrkt of, Columbia, shall contine the se e In cars, boats, or
wW deoeription for a period longer than twenty-eAght consecutive
the mmer In a humane manner, Into properly equipped
Owk water, and feeding for a period of at least live consecutive hours,
by Am= or by other accidental or unavoidable causes which
'be, anUdWated or avoided by the exercise of due diligence and fore-
That uponthe writtm request of the owner or person in cus-
tUt paticular shipment, which written request shall be separate and
mw Printed bill of lading, or other railroad form,,: the time of eon-
may be extended, to thirty-idx houm 1n such
In loading and shall not be considered, but the 11me
the animal have been confined without such rest or food or
roads shall be included, It being the Intent of this act to
Mek continuous conRnement beyond the period, of. twenty-eight hour%
the contingencies herelubefore stated: ProvWed, That it shall not
that sheep be unloaded In the ghttimp, but where the time expires
!me In case of sheep the same may continut in transit to a amtable
Unloading- subject to the aforesaid limitation of thirty-six hour&
nat animals so unloaded ishall be properly fed and watered during
eMber by the owner or person, having the custody thereof, or In case
ult In so doWg then by the rallroa4L express company, car company,
curler other than by water, or the receiver, truste% or lessee of any
or brtheowners or masters of boats or vewls Uw)Bporting the same, at
expense of the owner or person In custody thereof, and such
0XVre" company, car company, common carrier other than by water,
trusW% or lessee of any of them, owners or masteM shall. in imch case
Umupon such animal forfooct car% and custody ftumished, collectible
In the same manner as the transportation charges am col-
iWd 4ball not be liable for any detentlon of each animalsi. when such
In of reasonable duration,, to enable . . . ce with sectlon. one of
but nothine In 12its section shall be, construed to prevent the owner or
of animal ftvm fu fshf ng food therefore if he so dedrm
# That amy ratIrmd, exprew (*.mpany, mr company,, common carder
'by watiw. or the receiver, trufftee, or leme of any at tbem or the
6t 0,Of ow stean4 sailing, or other vessel who knowizWy and will-
Alls tA e6mVY with the provWons of the two preceding seedons shall for
such h2aft be liable for aud forfelt. and pay a penalty or not lea I than
nor more ban five hundred dollars: ProWed, That when animals
an eigy-seven,0 -re nNal -yeg 0 -*
eighty-nine, and forty-three hundred and ninety of tohe BOIBed Bit&t
United States be, and the same are hereby, npeuiM. "- .......
Approved, June 29, 1906. \' o ", ifu
[Extract from act approved March 4, 1913 (87 Sta, 881) ,, .
That hereafter all the provisions of the said act approved Miarch tbr.4
teen hundred and five, shall apply to any railroad company ~otha,'....,
carrier, whose road or line forms any part of a route ov e. 'wb
other live stock are transported in the course of shipmvet be rM A
tined State o orpTrriorysor the District of Columbia, or ifrontba
portion of any Stt te atoornTerrtoror tuhe DiStrict of Colaba,
State or Territory or the District of Columbia; * *.. o:km"lq
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