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Page 505 - Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire. New Jersey, New York...
Page 395 - ... at the end of the old and the beginning of the new year...
Page 459 - ... district, that are of a kind susceptible to contract such disease, and ordering all persons to take such precautions against the spreading of the disease, as the nature thereof may in his judgment render necessary or expedient, and which he may specify in such notice.
Page 459 - District to be detained at any place or places for the purpose of inspection and examination; to prescribe regulations for...
Page 216 - Island, and by 1862 had multiplied to such an extent as to occasion a loss of over one-third of the crop in some localities. In this year it first attracted the notice of Dr. Fitch, and his observations are published in the Transactions of the New York State Agricultural Society for 1862.
Page 459 - ... which might convey infection or contagion, (provided that no animal shall be destroyed unless first examined by a medical or veterinary practitioner in the employ of the Governor...
Page 459 - ... which they may receive from the governor in the premises. To employ such and so many medical and veterinary practitioners and such other persons as he may from time to time deem necessary to assist in performing his duties as set forth in the first section of this act, and to fix their compensation.
Page 459 - To order that any premises, farm or farms where such disease exists or has existed be put in quarantine, so that no domestic animal be removed from or brought to the premises or places...
Page 374 - Grande, and from there northward over a large portion of Western Texas. The bulbs are produced in clusters like some kinds of sweet potatoes, some clusters weighing several pounds, and can be procured, it is stated, at a cost not exceeding $1 per 100 pounds.
Page 459 - ... on being certified as correct by the governor : Provided^ That animals coming from a neighboring State that have passed a veterinary examination in said State, and have been quarantined and discharged, shall not be subject to the provisions of this act.

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