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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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P. IX., Сн. XI. IMPORTATION OF LIVE STOCK.

veterinary surgeon, and should it be found at the railway stations
of the frontiers or at places of admission that there are cases of
infectious diseases among the animals, if they belong to foreigners, then
the entire herd to which the sick animals belong must be sent abroad
again.

2. From such sea-ports where it is impossible to return the animals
abroad, and when they belong to Russian subjects, those animals
suffering, or suspected of suffering, from plague or epizootic
pneumonia, or other diseases enumerated in the General Regulations
published by the Ministry of Home Affairs, will have to be slaughtered
immediately. Exception is made in cases of Foot and Mouth Disease.
The General Regulations are enforced with regard to healthy animals
belonging to herd in which cases of the above-mentioned diseases and
all other infectious diseases are found.

When, for the purpose of testing the healthy condition of the animal,
it is inoculated by the Russian veterinary surgeon, and death takes
place, no compensation will be paid :—

(i.) If an infectious disease has been detected before the admission
of the animal into the Russian Empire ;

(ii.) If the illness appears during a lapse of time which is counted
from the date of the veterinary inspection at the frontier. Such
periods are fixed as follows : 21 days in case of bovine plague ; 90 days
in cases of epizootic pneumonia ; 180 days in cases of tuberculous
consumption of cattle ; 14 days in cases of anthrax in any kind of
animals ; 45 days in cases of hydrophobia ; 30 days in cases of
swine-fever ; 30 days in cases of swine-cholera ; 30 days in cases of tag-sore
on sheep ; 14 days in cases of any epizootic disease of wild animals
and cattle ; and, 180 days in cases of glanders.

All expenses incurred in the slaughtering of the animals, and
disinfection afterwards, must be paid by the proprietors of the animals.1

1 (Letter from the Department of Agriculture, 18th June 1913, No. 36716.)
(Collection of Ordinances and Enactments of the Government of 1912, No. 93,
Section i.) (Sobraniye Usakonneni i Rasporjajeni Prawitelstwa 1912, No. 93,
Tchast i.) (Regulations Approved, ioth February 1912, by the Ministry of
Home Affairs, Sees. 120 to 125.)

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