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Page 550 - The Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe such additional regulations as may be required for the strict enforcement of this provision. Horses, mules, and asses straying across the boundary line into any foreign country, or driven across such boundary line by the owner for temporary pasturage purposes only, together with their offspring...
Page 530 - ... neat cattle, sheep and other ruminants, and swine imported into the United States...
Page 554 - ... in the presence of an employee of the Bureau of Animal Industry or of the Health Department of the District of Columbia, to either of whom it shall be delivered.
Page 550 - Provided, That no such animal shall be admitted free unless pure bred of a recognized breed and duly registered In a book of record recognized by the Secretary of Agriculture for that breed...
Page 551 - In a manner approved by the Secretary of Agriculture, under the supervision of an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry, and which have been examined and certified by...
Page 554 - ... claim for reimbursement for any loss which might be thus sustained will ever be made against the United States Department of Agriculture, or any other branch of the United States Government, or the District of Columbia, or any officer or department thereof. SEC. 9. Any person violating any of these regulations, or entering cattle by fraudulent means, or using false or fraudulent tags, or interfering In any way with the work of any official, or using any false or fraudulent means to enable any...
Page 13 - With regard to the question now under discussion the commission said: The commission would Invite attention to a very widespread popular misconception as to the significance of the word " diseased " in connection with meat Inspection. To the popular mind the idea of eating " diseased " animals Is abhorrent. From the standpoint of meat inspection, however, the term " diseased " must be used in a sense not entirely In harmony with the popular conception of this word. The commission could easily undertake...
Page 149 - The child inherits from the parent germ cell, not from the parent body, and the serin cell owes its characteristics not to the body which bears it but to its descent from a preexisting germ cell of the same kind. Thus the body is as it were an offshoot from the germ cell. As far as inheritance is concerned the body is merely the carrier of the germ cells which are held in trust for coming generations.