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(b) Boats required by the regulations in this subchapter 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 the diseased animals and from the portable chutes or other appliances or fixtures used in loading and unloading same, and saturate with a permitted disinfectant the entire surface of the deck, stalls, or other parts of the boat occupied or traversed by such animals or with which they may have come in contact or which have contained litter or manure.

(c) Yards, pens, chutes, and alleys required by the regulations in this subchapter to be disinfected shall be treated in the following manner: Empty all troughs, racks, or other feeding or watering appliances; remove all litter and manure from the floors, posts, or other parts; and saturate the entire surface of the fencing, troughs, chutes, floors, walls, and other parts with a permitted disinfectant. (Secs. 4, 5, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 32 Stat. 791, sec. 3, 33 Stat. 1265, 45 Stat. 59; 21 U.S.C. 120, 125) [Reg. 1, sec. 5]

CROSS REFERENCE: For permitted disinfectants, see §§ 71.10-71.12.

71.10 Substance or materials allowed as permitted disinfectants. (a) The substances permitted for use in disinfecting cars, boats, other vehicles, and premises are as follows:

(1) "Saponified cresol solution" in the proportion of at least 4 fluid ounces to 1 gallon of water.

(2) Liquefied phenol (U. S. P. strength, 87 percent phenol) in the proportion of at least 6 fluid ounces to 1 gallon of water.

(3) Chlorinated lime (U. S. P. strength, 30 percent available chlorine) in the proportion of 1 pound to 3 gallons of water.

(b) The use of "saponified cresol solution" is permitted subject to the following conditions:

(1) The manufacturer thereof shall have obtained specific permission from the Bureau for the use of his product in official disinfection. To obtain such permission manufacturers shall first submit a sample of at least 8 ounces for examination, together with a statement of the formula employed and a guaranty that the product will be maintained of a quality uniform with the sample submitted.

(2) To prevent confusion, the product of each manufacturer and distributor shall bear a distinctive trade name or brand, together with the name of the manufacturer or distributor.

(3) The product shall at all times conform to specifications for composition and performance issued by the Chief of the Bureau. (Secs. 4, 5, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 32 Stat. 791, sec. 3, 33 Stat. 1265, 45 Stat. 59; 21 U.S.C. 120, 125) [Reg. 1, sec. 6, BAI order 309, Mar. 5, 1928, amdt. 1, Jan. 10, 1930]

71.11 Saponified cresol solutions as permitted disinfectant; specifications. The following specifications will be employed for determining the suitability of "saponified cresol solutions".

(a) The product must remain a uniform liquid when held at the temperature of 0° C. (32° F.) for 3 hours (chill test).

(b) The product must dissolve completely in 30 parts of water at the temperature of 25° C. (77° F.) within 2 minutes (solution

†For source citation, see note to § 71.1.

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rate test), affording a solution entirely free from globules and not more than faintly opalescent (solubility-degree test).

(c) The product must contain not less than 21 percent by weight of soap, exclusive of water, glycerine and excess alkali and the soap content must also be equivalent to not less than 3.0 percent sodium hydroxide, exclusive of excess alkali. Excess alkali must not be equivalent to more than 0.5 percent sodium hydroxide.

(d) The product must contain not less than 50 per cent and not more than 53 percent total phenols and not more than 7.5 percent benzophenol.

The methods for testing compliance with the above specifications, except for actual soap, will be those described in U. S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin 1308.12

Any suitable fatty oil or fatty acid may be used for preparing the soap, but not all are suitable nor are all grades of a single oil or fatty acid equally suitable. Also various grades of commercial cresylic acid differ in suitability. Therefore manufacturers are cautioned to prepare a trial laboratory batch from every set of ingredients and to prove its conformity with specifications (a) and (b) above before proceeding with manufacture on a factory scale. (Secs. 4, 5, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 32 Stat. 791, sec. 3, 33 Stat. 1265, 45 Stat. 59; 21 U.S.C. 120, 125) [Circ. letter 1369, BAI, undated]

71.12 Sodium orthophenylphenate as permitted disinfectant for premises infected with tuberculosis. A permitted brand of sodium orthophenylphenate in a proportion of at least one pound to 12 gallons of water is permitted in tuberculosis eradication work for disinfecting infected premises following the removal of cattle that reacted to the tuberculin test.

It is absolutely necessary that the solution be applied at a temperature of 60° F. or over. Whenever the temperature of the building to be disinfected is below 60° F., as indicated by a wall thermometer, the solution shall be heated to 120° F. and higher in very cold weather, to insure effective disinfection. (Secs. 4, 5, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 32 Stat. 791, sec. 3, 33 Stat. 1265, 45 Stat. 59; 21 U.S.C. 120, 125) [Circ. letter 1750, BAI, Sept. 17, 1932]

71.13 Inspection of shipments in transit by Bureau inspector. All persons and corporations having control of the interstate transportation of livestock shall, when directed by a Bureau inspector so to do, stop the same in transit for inspection, and if any of such animals are found upon such inspection to be infected with any contagious, infectious, or communicable disease or to have been exposed to such infection, the person or corporation having control of the transportation of such animals shall, upon receipt of an order from a Bureau inspector so to do, cease the carriage, transportation, or moving of such animals unless such carriage, transportation, or moving can be accomplished in accordance with the regulations in this subchapter governing the interstate movement of animals infected with or which have been exposed to the infection of such disease, and in all cases after the discovery of such

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†For source citation, see note to § 71.1.

infection or exposure thereto such animals shall be handled in accordance with such regulations.† (Sec. 2, 32 Stat. 792, secs. 4, 5, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 32 Stat. 791, 45 Stat. 59; 21 U.S.C. 111, 120) 1, sec. 7]

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71.14 Slaughter of animals to prevent spread of disease; ascertainment of value and compensation. When, in order to prevent the spread of any contagious, infectious, or communicable disease, it becomes necessary to slaughter any diseased or exposed livestock, and the purchase of such livestock by the United States is authorized by law and an appropriation is available therefor, the value of the livestock shall be ascertained and compensation made therefor in accordance with the orders or regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture.† (39 Stat. 1167, 50 Stat. 406; 21 U.S.C. 129 and Sup.) [Reg. 1, sec. 8]

71.15 Movement from quarantined to free area and shipment therefrom; conditions under which permitted. No livestock shall be shipped, trailed, driven, or hauled in private conveyance from the quarantined area in any State, Territory, or the District of Columbia to the free area in the same State, Territory, or the District of Columbia and subsequently delivered to a transportation company for shipment or moved to any other State, Territory, or the District of Columbia without complying with all Federal and State regulations pertaining to such movements. (Sec. 4, 33 Stat. 1265, 45 Stat. 59; 21 U.S.C. 126) [Reg. 1, sec. 9]

71.16 Inspection and certification of animals for interstate movement (a) Assistance and facilities. When animals are to be inspected and certified by a bureau inspector, assistance and proper facilities for restraining them shall be provided in order that a careful inspection may be made, and the inspector while making the inspection shall not be interfered with in any manner; otherwise inspection will be immediately discontinued.

(b) Certificates and other statements to accompany shipments. Whenever inspection or treatment and the issuance of a certificate, statement, test chart, or other writing showing the performance of such inspection or treatment and the result thereof is required by any of the regulations in this subchapter as a condition precedent to the movement interstate of any animal or class of animals, or any animal or class of animals is so required to be accompanied in interstate movement by such certificate, statement, test chart, or other writing, no such animal or animals shall be moved interstate unless and until the following requirements are also complied with:

(1) In the case of such movement by a common carrier issuing waybills or other form or forms of billing covering the movement, the said certificate, statement, test chart, or other writing shall be delivered to such carrier at the time the animal or animals are delivered for shipment, and shall become the property of the carrier, and be by such carrier attached to the billing covering the transportation of such animal or animals, and accompany such billing to destination, and be filed with such billing for future reference.

(2) In case of such movement otherwise than by common carrier issuing waybills or other form or forms of billing, the said certificate, +For source citation, see note to § 71.1.

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statement, test chart, or other writing shall accompany the animal or animals to destination and be delivered to the consignees, or, in case the consignor and consignee is the same person, to the first purchaser purchasing during or after such movement in interstate commerce, or to the person to whom the animal or animals are delivered. (Sec. 3, 33 Stat. 1265, 45 Stat. 59; 21 U.S.C. 125) [Reg. 1, sec. 10]

71.17 Interstate movement of dead animals prohibited in same car with live animals. No dead animal shall be offered or accepted for transportation or transported in the same car with live animals from the original point of shipment in any State or Territory or the District of Columbia to or through any other State, Territory, or the District of Columbia. (Sec. 3, 33 Stat. 1265, 45 Stat. 59; 21 ́U.S.C. 125) [Reg. 1, sec. 11]

Sec.

PART 72-TEXAS (SPLENETIC) FEVER IN CATTLE 13

72.1 Ticks, (Margaropus annulatus); interstate movement of infested or exposed cattle, horses, mules, or asses prohibited.

72.2 Splenetic or tick fever in cattle in described territory in Florida, Puerto Rico, and Texas; prohibiting interstate movement of cattle.

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72.15

Owners

assume

responsibility;

72.16

72.3 Area quarantined in Florida.
72.4 Area quarantined in Puerto Rico.
72.5 Area quarantined in Texas.
72.6 Cattle from quarantined areas 72.17
not eradicating ticks; conditions
permitting interstate movement.

72.7 Interstate movement upon one

dipping; certification permitted 72.18
from cooperating States.

72.8 Interstate movement of cattle
from free premises upon inspec-
tion and certification by Bureau
inspector.

72.9 Interstate movements cattle; in-
spection and certification by Bu-
reau inspector required.
72.10 Inspected or dipped and certified
cattle subject restrictions State
of destination.
72.11 Quarantined area; cattle con-
sidered infested; requirements
for placing in noninfectious pens
or premises.

72.12 Cattle; exposure to tick infesta

tion after treatment or inspec-
tion prohibited.

72.19

72.20

72.21

72.22

must execute agreement prior to dipping or treatment waiving all claims against United States. Designated dipping stations to be approved by Chief of Bureau on recommendation of State authorities; facilities.

Unloading noninfected cattle for
rest, feed, and water only, per-
mitted in authorized pens for
such purpose.
Movement interstate; specifica-
tion by Bureau Chief of treat-
ment required when dipping
facilities unavailable.
Interstate shipments and use of
pine straw, grass, or litter from
quarantined area; prohibited
until disinfected.
Exhibition of noninfected cattle
in the quarantined area; restric-
tions under which permitted.
Horses, mules, and asses infested
with or exposed to cattle ticks
subject to same restrictions as
cattle.

Cars, vehicles, and premises;
cleaning and disinfection after
containing infested or exposed
animals.

18 A "rule to prevent the spread of splenetic fever in cattle" is in effect throughout the entire year. This rule prescribes the quarantined area in the respective States, and should be considered in connection with the regulations in this part. Copies of the rule may be obtained from the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, Washington, D. C. (See 88 72.2-72.7)

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†For source citation, see note to § 71.1.

Sec.

72.23 Cars or other vehicles having carried infested or exposed cattle in quarantined area shall be cleaned and disinfected.

Sec.

72.24 Litter and manure from carriers and premises of tick-infested animals; destruction or disinfection required.

72.1 Ticks, (Margaropus annulatus); interstate movement of infested or exposed cattle, horses, mules, or asses prohibited. No cattle, horses, mules, or asses infested with ticks (Margaropus annulatus) or exposed to tick infestation shall be shipped, trailed, driven, or otherwise moved interstate for any purpose. (Sec. 6, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 44 Stat. 774; 21 U.S.C. 115) [Reg. 2, sec. 1, BAI order 309, Mar. 5, 1928]

72.2 Splenetic or tick fever in cattle in described territory in Florida, Puerto Rico, and Texas; prohibiting interstate movement of cattle. Notice is hereby given that the contagious and infectious disease known as splenetic or tick fever exisits in cattle in Collier, Glades, and Highlands Counties, Fla., and that said-mentioned disease still exists among cattle in other portions of the State of Florida, and also in the following-named State and Territory, to wit: Texas and Puerto Rico.

The Secretary of Agriculture does hereby quarantine the areas hereinafter described, and does order by the provisions of §§ 72.2–72.5 that the interstate movement of cattle from the areas herein quarantined shall be made only in accordance with the regulations in this part for the prevention of the spread of splenetic or tick fever in cattle. (Sec. 6, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 44 Stat. 774, secs. 1, 3, 33 Stat. 1264, 1265; 21 Ú.S.C. 115, 123, 125) [BAI order 363, Nov. 16, 1937] 72.3 Area quarantined in Florida. The following counties and portions of counties are quarantined: Collier, Hendry, Orange, that portion of Glades County comprised in townships 40 and 41 south, range 29 east, townships 40 and 41 south, range 30 east, and townships 40 and 41 south, range 31 east; that portion of Highlands County lying south of the township line between townships 36 and 37 south, and that part of Osceola County lying east and north of State Roads 29 and 24. (Sec. 6, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 44 Stat. 774, sec. 1, 33 Stat. 1264; 21 U.S.C. 115, 123) [BAI order 363, Nov. 16, 1937, amdt. 1, May 12, 1938]

72.4 Area quarantined in Puerto Rico. The entire Territory is quarantined. (Sec. 6, 23 Stat. 32, sec. 1, 44 Stat. 774, sec. 1, 33 Stat. 1264; 21 U.S.C. 115, 123) [BAI order 363, Nov. 16, 1937.]

72.5 Area quarantined in Texas-(a) Description. The following counties and portions of counties are quarantined: Angelina, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Newton, Orange, Polk, Sabine, San Augustine, Shelby, Starr, Trinity, Tyler, Webb, and Zapata; that part of Cameron County lying south and east of a line beginning at a point where the Southern Pacific Railroad intersects the Cameron-Hidalgo county line, thence running southeasterly along said railroad to a point where it intersects the Combes-Edinburg Highway, thence east along the Combes-Edinburg Highway to a point where it intersects the Missouri Pacific Railroad at Combes, thence easterly along the county highway from Combes to the

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