§ 22-278 Orders and regulations for control of livestock diseases
§ 22-279 Quarantine of animals. Penalties
§ 22-279a Quarantine of animals being tested for disease or biological or chemical residue
§ 22-280 Control of communicable diseases. Fees
§ 22-280a Transporting and possession of vaccines and serums for dogs and cats
§ 22-284 Anthrax or charbon
§ 22-284a Vaccination of equine animals against encephalomyelitis
§ 22-285 Emergency appropriations for suppression of diseases
§ 22-286 Cooperation with United States government
§ 22-287 Tuberculin tests; disposition of reactors; addition to herds; surveillance tests
§ 22-288 Compensation for condemned cattle
§ 22-288a Condemnation of herd. Compensation. Appeals
§ 22-289 Manufacture and sale of tuberculin
§ 22-290 Tuberculin test
§ 22-291 Tuberculosis-free accredited herd defined
§ 22-292 Additions to an officially tested herd
§ 22-293 Additions or sales to be reported
§ 22-294 Care of herds
§ 22-295 Owners to keep records
§ 22-296 Quarantine of infected herd. Permit for removal of animals
§ 22-297 Appraisal on post mortem examination
§ 22-298 Test for brucellosis. Branding. Quarantine
§ 22-299 Inclusion of calfhood vaccinated animals in herd test. Modified certified areas. Removal of animals under quarantine
§ 22-299a Brucellosis class free areas. Quarantine
§ 22-300 Compulsory testing
§ 22-301 Permit for sale of milk contingent on herd complying with statutes
§ 22-302 Informative tests to be at state expense
§ 22-303 Brucellosis vaccination
§ 22-304 Control of disease in imported cattle. Disposal of reactors
§ 22-305 No distinction between dairy and beef cattle
§ 22-306 Enforcement. Regulations
§ 22-307 Indemnities
§ 22-308 Permit for importation of cattle and goats
§ 22-309 Refusal of permit
§ 22-310 Importation of dairy and breeding cattle and goats
§ 22-311 Report of arrival
§ 22-312 Requirements concerning dairy cattle and goats
§ 22-313 Cattle for slaughter
§ 22-314 Disinfection of carriers
§ 22-315 Illegal importations. Reward for information
§ 22-316 Disposal of diseased cattle and goats
§ 22-317 Cattle in transit
§ 22-318 Importation of feeder cattle
§ 22-318a Dispersal sale of herd
§ 22-318b Issuance of interstate health charts for cattle at time of sale
§ 22-319 Registration of growers of swine. Control of disease
§ 22-319a Hog cholera serum or vaccine prohibited. Penalty
§ 22-319b Growers of swine. Registration. Control of disease. Regulations. Investigation. Importation
§ 22-320 Control of vesicular exanthema in swine
§ 22-320a Definitions
§ 22-320b Garbage to be heated to boiling point
§ 22-320c Registration
§ 22-320d Suspension, revocation or withholding of registration
§ 22-320e Inspections concerning cooking of garbage
§ 22-320f Regulations
§ 22-320g Feeding of household garbage to swine excepted
§ 22-320h Penalty
§ 22-321 Penalty

Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes > Chapter 433 - Diseases of Domestic Animals

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