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Rule 1, Revision 12, to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle

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Title:
Rule 1, Revision 12, to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle
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United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
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Washington, D.C.
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U.S. G.P.O.
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University of Florida
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iree o imecuton lor at least six nrmontas, ana unless ana until tMe.
cattle shall have been inspected- and found free of infection and a :i
certificate authorizing the shipment issued by an inspector of the
Bureau of Animal Industry, nor until permission shall have been :m
obtained in advance of the movement from the proper official of the .
State into which the cattle are to be shipped. i
TEXAS.
The entire State of Texas is quarantined with the exption of the '-
counties of Dallam, Sherman, Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb, '
Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts, Hemphill, Oldham, Potter,
Carson, Gray, Wheeler, Deaf Smith, Randall, Armstrong, Donley,
Collingsworth, Parmer, Castro, Swisher, Briscoe, Hall, Childress, II
Bailey, Lamb, Hale, Floyd, Motley, Cottle, Foard, Hardeman,
Cochran, Hockley, Lubbock, Crosby, Dickens, King, Knox, Yoakum,
Terry, Lynn, Garza, Kent, Stonewall, Haskell, Gaines, Dawson, ...
Borden, Scurry, Fisher, Jones, Andrews, Martin, Howard, Mitchell, .
Loving, Winkler, Ector, Midland, Glasscock, Ward, Crane, Upton, ]
Reagan, El Paso, Culberson, Reeves, Jeff Davis, Pecos, Terrel, "
Brewster, and Presidio; that part of Crockett County north and west8 :
of a line beginning on the Pecos River at the southwest comer 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 Railroad Co., tmhence -
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., and sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, block 29, University
lands, to the northwest comer of section 6, thence east along the north- '
ern boundary line of sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 30, and 31, block 29, an&.
sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 25, and 36, block 30, and sections 1 and 12k
block 31, Texas University lands, to the northeast corner of section;
12, thence north along the eastern boundary line of Mrs. R. G.
Alexander's survey, and section 47, block W. X., Gulf, Colorado & N
Santa Fe Railway Co., to the southwest corner of section 70, block
U. V., Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway Co., thence east along the ..
southern boundary line of section 70 to. the southeast corner of said
section, thence north along the eastern boundary line of'section 70

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|inM 1, MC UY v., uujns, tioracto t 5anta Jbf e ttai.way
tuafftbm"1t eorne of aetioa 16, thence north along the east-
.idyMnof section 16 to the. southwest corner ofel section 5,
[. Vi.i .Gulf, Colorad &. Santa Fe Railway Co., thence east
it Fumthem boundary line of section 5 to the southeast corner
H nis, thence north on- the Robeut Massey fence near the
...b.uud.wya. line of sections 5 and 4 to the southwest corner of
J Clmanty school-land grant, thence east along the south-
uaudmry line to the Chambeus County school land and the
County school land to its intersection with the west line of
adBamlhairut puic lane, thence northerly on the west line
-pbtir i lane to its intersection with the north line of Crockett
ty; that part of Sterling County north of a line beginning at the
....i. Mi.os.oI the west line of Colorado City and Sterling City lane
W. n..ti. line of Sterling County, thence south along the west
liidbum lane near the eastern boundary line of sections 37, 54,
siamd fl; block 17, Southern Pacific Co., and sections 16, 39,
Sand 106, block 2, Houston & Texas Central Railway Co., to
h'ioutheast comer of section 106, thence west along the southern
dw line of sections 106, 105, 104, and 103, block 2, Houston &
J pu lUpiway Co., to the southwest comer of section 103,
w.s......ga the western bo;undary line of sections 103 and 92
"Anqlept com of section 92, block 2, Houston & Texas
..Ia w y. QeCo., thence west along the southern boundary line
S ww _, 41, and 50, block 2, Houston & Texas Central Railway
,$ipThe aithwe4 corer.of section 50, thence north along the
Aunda line of section 50 to the northwest corner of same,
u"1tBsalong .4 the southern boundary line of sections 46 and 47,
.o.... n & Texa Central Railway Co., to the southwest
j.i soection 47, thence north along the western boundary line
St 47 .pA 24, block 2, Houston & Texas Central Railway Co.,
tieoon of ectoM"n 24, thence west along the southern
Jw Qisectins175, 176, and 177, block 29, Wyondag &
WR Bgy, tU the ap uthwest corner of section 177, thence
he t boundary line of section 177 to the northwest
.II*Ld. :.setipt tbwe west long the southern boundary line
.... A.,, 29, WyNminw & Northwestern Railway, to the
............. t corner of said section,- thence north along' the western
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boundary line of sections 171, 150, 143, and 122, block 29, Wyoming
& Northwestern Railway, to the Howard Couinty line; that part of
Throckmorton County inclosed by a line beginning where the Haskell-
Throckinorton publioroad intersects the western boundary of Throck-
morton County, thence easterly following said road to the southeast
corner of section 276, B. B. B. & C. R. R. survey, thence northerly
along the Throckmorton-Seymour public road to the northeast
corner of section 267, B. B. B. & C. R. R. survey, thence westerly
following section line north of sections 267, 238, 237, 210, 209, and
181 to the northeast corner of section 176, thence northerly following
section line east of sections 177, 178, 179, and 180 to the northeast
corner of section 180 of the B. B. B. & C. R. R. survey, thence easterly
following section line south of section 22, to the southeast corner of
said section, G., C. & S. F. survey, thence north following the east
section line of section 22 to the Throckmorton-Baylor County line,
thence westerly following the Throckmorton-Baylor County line to
the northwest corner of Throckmorton County, thence southerly
following the Haskell-Throckmorton County line to the point of be-
ginning; and that part of Wilbarger County lying north and west of
Pease River.
From the other counties and parts of counties in the State of Texas
cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate to points
outside of the quarantined area in accordance with the regulations
for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes as provided by the
regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
OKLAHOMA.

The entire State of Oklahoma is quarantined except the counties
of Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, Harper, Woods, Alfalfa, Grant, Kay,
Ellis, Woodward, Major, Garfield, Noble, Pawnee, Dewey, Blaine,
Kingfisher, Logan, Payne, Roger Mills, Custer, Beckham, Washita,
Caddo, Canadian, Oklahoma, Lincoln, Harmon, Greer, Jackson,
Kiowa, Comanche, Grady, Cleveland, Tillman, Cotton, Nowata,
Craig, and Ottawa; that part of McClain County north of the line
between townships 7 and 8 north, and that part contained in town-
ship 7 north, range 2 west; that part of Pottawatomie County north
of a 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; that part of Osage County west of a line beginning at the inter-
section of the southern boundary of said county with the Missouri,




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Tax* Railroad, flum"JoHowing said railroad in a north.,
to its intftsection with the Widland Valley Railroad
the4&11ovliag thei: 3fidland Vi& Railroad north..
$o ha *twwdion with the range line between ranges 7 and
di%*" thence north:.on said range. line to the Kan.-
ft tw that part of said county north and east of a line
ed the intersection of 'the Caney Rivw with the eastern
The of Osage Cbunty, thence following said river in a
dhwtion':to its intersection with the line between sections
17 in town ship 28 north, range 11 east, Indian meridian,
north along said section line to the Kansas State line; that
brf Washington County north of the line between townships 24
5 north; and those parts of Delaware County lying north of,
(Cowskin Creek) and north and west of the Neosho (Grand)
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the other counties and parts of counties in the State of
a cattle shall only be moved or 0owed to move interstate
t9 outside of the quarantined 'area in accordance with the
tions for 3 Mmediiite. slaughter, or for other purposes, as pro.
'by the regulations for, dipping, inspection or certification.
JAIhe State of Oklahoma where a line of railroad separates the
paxtatined from the free area, -ed for
shipping points are reserv
ected cattle as follows: 'Blanchard, McClain County; and
whuske and Myers, Osage County.
ARKANSAS.

entire State of Arkansas is quarantined except the counties of
pi, Critti6nden Clay Greene, CIraighead, Poinsett, Randolh,
Fulton, Boone, Newton, Carroll, Madison, Benton, Wash
Buxter County except the part south of White River, and
County,-except thepart west of White River; that part of
County: north and east of White River extend' from the
County line to the Missouri State line; that part of Shaxp
north.. of Strawberry River, and township 16, range 4 west,
_*a portion of township 17, range 4 west, south of Strawberry
and those paxts. of Cross, St. Francis, Lee, and Phillips Coun-
*st of the St. Francis iver.
V" the other 6ouAties and parts of counties in the State of
cattle shall only be.moved or allowed to move interstate to
outside Qf, the quaranUn, Pd area in &ccordance with the regula.
4F ate slaughter, or:for other purposes, as provided by
for dippmig: ' 'inspection, or certification.







LOCISIANA. I


The entire State of Louisianai is quarantined except Madison
Parish.
During the continuance of this quarantine no cattle of the pariah
of Claiborne shall be moved or allowed to move, except as provided
for immediate slaughter, to any point in the United States not in
the State of Louisiana which is located in an area not quarantined
for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever unless and until the said
cattle shall have been continuously kept on premises known to have
been free of infection for at least six months, and unless and until
the cattle shall have been inspected and found free of infection and
a certificate authorizing the shipment issued by an inspector of the
Bureau of Animal Industry, nor until permission shall have bpm
obtained in advance of the movement from the proper official of lthe
State into which the cattle are to be shipped.
From the other parishes in the State of Louisiana cattle shall only
be moved or allowed to move interstate to points outside of the
quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for immediate
slaughter, or for other purposes, as provided by the regulations for
dipping, inspection, or certification.


MISSISSIPPI.


The entire State of Mississippi is quarantined except the counties df
Adams, Attala, Benton, Chickasaw, Clay, Coahoma, De Soto, Hinds,
Holmes, Issaquena, Jasper, Leflore, Lowndes, Madison, Noxubee,
Panola, Rankin, Scott, Smith, Tate, Tunica, and Washington; that
parf of Bolivar County west of a line beginning at the intersection of
the southern boundary of said county with Bogue Phaliah, thence
following said stream northerly to its intersection near Arnold with
the line between ranges 6 and 7 west, thence north of said line to the
Coahoma County line; that part of Claiborne County south of the
Bayou Pierre River and east of the line between ranges 3 and 4 east;
that part of Grenada County north of the Yalobusha River; that part
of Jefferson County north and west of the Jackson & Natchez branch
of the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad; that part of Jones
County north and east of Leaf River; that part of Lafayette County
north of Yocona River and west of the line between ranges 1 and 2-
west; that part of Leake County south of Pearl River and west of
Yellow (Lahatchee) Creek; all of Marshall County west and north of
Tippah Creek; that part of Monroe County south of the St. Louis &
San Francisco Railroad and west of the East Fork of the Tombigbee
River; that part of Newton County within a line beginning at the
intersection of the line between townships 7 and 8 north with the


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N*UIZjM~jut buutuu uii u tP,, r uJi u, %APusity JLILutrIAJ uI a, luie MKuIIII g
A U~ FUU !51A .1S & U AU-3 JII~sI11S 11 tI Ui
t.jikidin0n of the western boundary of said county with the
16*wewfhto ips 2 and 3 south, thence east on said line tothe
'ifver, thence northeasterly along said Aiver to the line
'V -townships 1 and 2 south, thence east to the Georgia State
i...... that part of Sumter County within the following-described
...il|30h thre AFactory -Creek empties into -the Tombigbee
,,horwest....rly ey alongsouth bank of aid creek to where
S.. betweea ranges 2 and 3 crosses said creek, then mouth
T a eloB: S' 6to the Sumtervile -and GainCesviH public 'road,
..w. .t..y uloxg west side: of said road to iuntion with
P.l. ane .i an Brfdge puMble road, thence SoUthWCSeUy
8|i .dof said pdlio toad to here msaid road cr ms on-
M.. lineof section 35, town p 20, range 3 west, thence
NjpWj 4 puble road passing in front of A. G. Boyd's residence, thence

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along south side of said public road to the Alabama, Tennessee& '
Northern Railway, thence south along east side of said railroad to
Sucarnochee River, thence easterly along north bank of said river
to where range line between ranges 2 and 3 crosses said river, thence
south along said range line to the southwest corner of section 6,
township 17, range 2 west, thence east to the old Blocks Bluff and
Livingston road, thence south along said public road to the south-
west corner of section 16, township 17, range 2 west, thence east to
the Sumter & Choctaw Railroad, thence north along said railroad
to the Southern Railway, thence east along the Southern Railway
to where the Poncabayou Creek crosses said railway, thence northerly
along said creek to where said creek crosses the Livingston and
Brewersville public road, thence southeasterly along south side of
said public road to the intersection of public road leading to Belmont,
thence east along said Belmont road to the J. W. Beville corner
where said road intersects the Bluff Port Road, thence northerly along
west side of said Bluff Port Road to junction of plantation road in
section 3, township 18, range 1 west, thence northwesterly along
said plantation road through the Sullivan farm to the Brewer corner
on Livingston and Bluff Port public road, thence northerly along east
side of Jones Bluff and Bluff Port Road to the southwest corner of
northwest quarter of section 17, township 19, range 1 west, thence
east to the Tombigbee River, thence northerly along west side of
said river to the point of beginning.
SThe following shipping points in Sumter County, Ala., are within
the area released from quarantine:
Epes, Livingston, Hixon, Curls, and Bennett.
From the quarantined counties and parts of counties in the State
of Alabama cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move interstate
to points outside of the quarantined area in accordance with the
regulations for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes, as pro-
vided by the regulations for dipping, inspection, or certification.
GEORGIA.
The entire State of Georgia is quarantined, except the counties of
Fannin, Union, Towns, Rabun, White, Habersham, Stephens, Hart,
Franklin, Banks, Hall, Clarke, Putnam, Newton, Oconee, and Morgan.
From the quarantined counties in the State of Georgia cattle shall
only be moved or allowed to move interstate to points outside of the
quarantined area in accordance with the regulations for immediate
slaughter or for other purposes, as provided by the regulations for
dipping, inspection, or certification.







DOUTIH-
Aa ok** &&to of Son* Caolim 3*8 quarantiwod, the
"I W CkxWhe 11--kew (k*Mville) demon, Spirtanburg,
I iFIVACKMI, ...
04 lcheffteut Unks, WSW., 'Abbeville, Greenwood,
md Dw1ington, and that. #wt of Lancaster County north
,',vi"t of WaxbAw Creek ... ... .. ...
the other counties and parts Of counties in the State of South
cattle 44oll only. be mo"d ok 4lowed to move Miterstate to
-put1iide -01 the. mtined area mi accordance with the regu.
for iminediate slaughter, or for other purposes, as provided by
ons for dipping, *pection, or certification,.
NORTH CA3WLINA.
4*iinties Johnston Northampton, Hertford, Bertie,
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Vhowan, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Camden, Currituck, Mar-
W"ngton'y T`yrreRY Due, Hydoj Beairfort, Pitt, Greene, Wayne,
OdhibvOand, Bladen, Len0i Caven, Pamlico, Carteret,
j)upjjjjL, onslow, Pender, Columbusy and Brwiiswick axe
Yrom. the above-mentioned c unties, h the State of North
0 in Carolina
44AAJW ohall only : be moved 6r allowed to move interstate to points
4 of the quarantined area accordance with the regulations
litnmediate slaughter, orfor other purposes, as provided by the
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foidiip in section, or certification.
VIRGLNIA.
couuties.of Surry,. Southampton, Isle of Wight, and Nanse-
that..part Sf W'aryn'ck* County not included in the Newport
mapsterial district; and that part. of York County not included
ial district are quarantined.
m the Zove-mentioned counties and parts of counties in the
*Uof Vir "A
gini 'cattle shall only be moved or allowed to move inter-
to pointe outside of the quarantined area in accordance with

ulations for immediate slaughter, or for other purposes, as pro-
theregulitiions for dipping, ection, or certification.
FWI&rDA.
4%, entire State of Florida 'is quarantined.
14rmt the StaU of Floridavattle shall only be moved or &Uowed to
*6 points out" of the quarantined area in scoordaneq with
f ISL
kulatiow:: br: modiste slaughter 'or for other purposes, as
the rVilations for Jipping,, Inspection, or certification.





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KJAfSAS. / ." ... P-
The foltowing-mentioned area is quartied: The .tu kyat of
the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway at gin, Ohatasq i:
County, Kans., and the fenced strip aTof land ctenf& i said
stockyards to the Oklahoma State line.
GENERAL PROVISIONS.
During the continuance of the quarantine as herein established no
cattle of the quarantined area of any State (except those portions
from which cattle may be moved upon inspection) shall be mned
or allowed to move to any portion of the quarantined area ff another
State from which, under the specific provisions of this rule, cattle
are allowed to be shipped for purposes other than immediate slaughter
upon inspection and certification by an inspector of the Bureau of
Animal Industry.
In case cattle are moved or allowed to move from the area quar-
antined for splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in violation of the rule
and regulations of this department to prevent the spread of said
disease in cattle, such cattle shall be immediately returned to such
quarantined area, or they shall be quarantined.
All pens or yards into which cattle from the quarantined area are
unloaded, and known as quarantine yards or quarantine pens, shall
be considered as quarantined territory, and the reshipment of cattle
therefrom shall only be made in accordance with the regulations for
the interstate shipment of cattle from the quarantined area.
OPEN SEASON.
During the months of November, December, and January cattle
of the quarantined area of any State may be moved interstate there-
from for purposes other than immediate slaughter into the States of
Kansas, Kentucky, Arizona, New Mexico, and Oklahoma; those
parts of the States of California and Texas not included in the quar-
antined area; and that part of the State of Missouri south of the
Missouri River, if the said cattle are in counties or localities where
cooperative tick eradication is systematically conducted, and they
shall have been continuously kept on premises 'known to be free of
infection (such knowledge shall have come from an official source or
be based on thorough investigation made at the owner's solicitation
by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry during a period
best suited for making such investigation for the purpose of ascer-
tainig actual conditions), and the cattle shall first have been in-
spected under proper facilities for inspection 'at the point fof origin
and found free from infection, and a certificate authorizing the
movement issued by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry,








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*&Maria am= 15 of fteh yeaw to January R
moMe-cd th6 qvkivniLned::we&,qf any -State may
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under the above-inentioned restriWms iiato thia part of
lof :in the quarantimed larea,
4he 1&4 16,dsw, fef:'Dactmlaer, the months -of January and
11VOU thie Is 400 of Mafth aWle of the 4unesatined
hnW,+e::,M9ved,.,ia*er$tste there-from for 'purpows
#kiaghthr uMm ".Above-mentioned v*trio-
thvApaftof tho StAte of South Camlini not induded in
AM~
vf the qawantiwd am that have been shipped intentate
th# nwlstbs 6f Nove*btr, Deem;ber,. Januaxy, Febir"ry,. and
days of March to any State'autside of the quarantined
than. those, Statea and paxts thereof set out herein shall
moved into any- Ot t6 gUtes or parts thereof hereinbefore
0 withi wthree-months of tke date of the 'movement from
vuwput arm.
,+]A Ne aremovedintarstatefr6m, the quarantined area of
State into those States or parts thereof hereinbefore mentioned
,OrQkates from inspectim4of the. Bureau of Anims] Industry
414au,4ipped, b.o.tmnvorted M* cleaned and disinfected cars
b and shall iot be.plwd in stock pens which have been.
for... cati.le.. Orwnating..in the quarantined area.
"9"046: WTAI"OWS VOR WMMIRM"M ICATTLR.
tk A of he quarantined axea, and 6attle of the quarantined
when ojerly dippedi or berfified in accoraance with
V'. k ay.
requiremen S, In 13e
Dureau t transport intekidate by rail
ile quariAtm*ed ares, and when unloaded therein for rest.
snA'Water ihall be handled in properly equipped noninfectious
sot qart for suchcaitle the Fbrt VVorth stockyards, at Fort
IALO sidekyards of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Rail-
stockyards of -the International
'!Torthern`: lRallroad'atlLaredo, TeX.; the stockyards of the
& Pacific Railwayat Baird, Tex.; the Union Stockyards at
wo theigto N 0 11 91, &A 'of the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe
the We' IbIt Worth &'Den-
04 te4leArex.; !kyar&. of tho
lait*q a;t,9ta4drd.'AA4:VieJiit IL rills, Tbx.; the istock-
, 'Lodis JL AAC180,0 'Raikoad at Sapulpa and
16,18to air 6Y th V i,:Kansas& Texas RaU-
WV at Muskogee, Okla., -nd at such other'pomits as may from tuine






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to time be authorized by the Secretary of Agriciture, provided
such pens and the platforms, chutes, and alleyways leading thereto
have been cleaned and disinfected under the supervision of an em-
ployee of the Bureau of Animal Industry and are constructed and
maintained in accordance with the specifications set out in the
regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture to prevent the spread of
splenetic fever in cattle.
All cattle handled in such noninfectious pens shall be free froit
ticks (Margaropus annulaht) and shall not have been unloaded at
any point in the quarantined area other than the designated unload-
ing points named herein or hereafter authorized by the Secretary of
Agriculture, and they shall be reloaded into the same cars from which
unloaded or into other cars which have been cleaned, washed, and
disinfected, as required by the regulations of the Secretary of Agri-
culture for the prevention of the spread of splenetic, southern, or
Texas fever in cattle, immediately before loading therein and re-
shipped as uninfected cattle.
INTERPRETATION.
This rule 1, revision 12, shall be construed in connection 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 11 (B. A. I. Order 199), dated August 14, 1913,
effective September 1, 1913, and amendments thereto, shall cease to
be effective on and after February 16, 1914, on and after which date
this rule 1, revision 12, which for purposes of identification is desig-
nated as B. A. I. Order 207, shall become and be effective until other-
wise ordered.
The effect of this order is as follows:
The remainder of the State of Tennessee is released from quarantine.
In Texas the remainder of the counties of Foard, Knox, Haskell,
and Mitchell and portions of the counties of Throckmorton and
Wilbarger are released from quarantine.
In Oklahoma the county of Cotton, and the remainder of the
counties of Tillman, Grady, Craig, and Ottawa, and portions of the
counties of McClain, Osage, and Delaware are released from quar-
antine.
In Mississippi the counties of Clay, Jasper, Smith, Scott, and
Leflore, the remainder of the counties of Lowndes, Holmes, Madison,
Attala, Rankin, Noxubee, Chickasaw, and portions of the counties
of Claiborne, Warren, Yazoo,. Sharkey, Bolivar, Newton, Grenada,
Leake, Monroe, Jones, and Lafayette are released from quarantine.









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