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TITLE 9/ANIMALS AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS

Part 114 201

Chapter 1-Bureau of Animal Industry.
Chapter II—Production and Marketing Administration (Livestock Branch)

CHAPTER I-BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

CODIFICATION: The War Food Administration was terminated, and its functions transferred to the Secretary of Agriculture, by Executive Order 9577, June 29, 1945, effective at the close of business, June 30, 1945, Title 3, supra. The heading of this chapter was changed to read as set forth above, by Order, Secretary of Agriculture, Sept. 19, 1945, 10 F.R. 11981.

Subchapter A-Meat Inspection Regulations [Reassigned) Subchapter E-Viruses, Serums, Toxins and Analogous Products; Organisms

or Vectors Part 114 Production, testing, etc. (Amended]

Subchapter F-Animal Breeds 151 Recognition of breeds and purebred

animals. (Amended]

Subchapter A-Meat Inspection Regulations

CODIFICATION: The regulations with respect to meat inspection, formerly contained in this subchapter, are now assigned to Subchapter B of Chapter II of this le.

Subchapter E-Viruses, Serums, Toxins and Analogous Products;

Organisms or Vectors PART 114—PRODUCTION, TESTING, per cubic centimeter that shall be presETC.

ent in the product until the end of the Sec.

period of use indicated by the expiration 114.8 Brucella abortus vaccine; marketing date ($ 101.1 (r)). The expiration and use. (Revised]

date for the liquid form of this vaccine $ 114.8 Brucella abortus vaccine;

shall not exceed three months from the marketing and use. This vaccine shall

date of production (harvesting). be marketed only after it has been pro Licensees may recommend the vaccine duced, bottled, tested, and labeled as for the immunization of bovine animals described in the latest outline of the over four months of age if not more licensee filled with the Bureau of Animal than four months in pregnancy and such Industry with no recorded objections use is not prohibited by the State. (37 (8 114.5). Such outlines shall specify, Stat. 832; 21 U.S.C. 151 et seq. 9 CFR among other things, the minimum num 114.1) (Reg., Jan. 13, 1945, effective ber of viable brucella abortus organisms Feb. 15, 1945, 10 F.R. 889]

Subchapter F-Animal Breeds

PART 151-RECOGNITION OF
BREEDS AND PUREBRED ANI.
MALS

§ 151.6 Recognized breeds and books of record.

CODIFICATION: In § 151.6 (b), under the heading "Cattle", the words "Shorthorn (Lincolnshire Red)" were added to the list, following the word “Shorthorn", by B.A.I. Order 365, Amendment 1, Acting Secretary of Agriculture, Oct. 16, 1945, effective Oct. 15, 1945, 10 F.R. 12957.

RECOGNITION OF BREEDS Sec. 151.6 Recognized breeds and books of record.

(Amended]

trust fund agreements in connection with the execution of bonds and trust fund agree

War Food Administrator, Feb. 3, 1945, efec

By striking the words "Food Distribution Administration" wherever they appear in the

1 As a result of the assignment of meat Inspection regulations to Subchapter B of this chapter, the regulations with respect to

packers and stockyards were designated SubCHAPTER II-PRODUCTION AND MARKETING

ADMINISTRATION

(Livestock Branch) CODIFICATION: The War Food Administration was terminated, and its functions transferred to the Secretary of Agriculture, by Executive Order 9577, June 29, 1945, effective at the close of business, June 30, 1945, Title 3, supra. The heading of this chapter was changed to read as set forth above, by Order, Secretary of Agriculture, Sept. 19, 1945, 10 F.R. 11981.

Subchapter A-Packers and Stockyards 1
Part
201 Regulations under the Packers and
Stockyards Act. (Amended]
Subchapter B—Meat Inspection Regulations [Revised ] 1

Part 251 Definitions.

266 Marking, branding, and identify252 Scope of inspection.

ing products. 253 Organization of force.

267 Labeling. 254 Applications for inspection or ex 268 Reinspection and preparation of emption; retail butchers, retail

products, dealers, and farmers.

269 Market inspection. 255 Official numbers and inauguration 270 Reports. of inspection.

271 Appeals. 256 Assignment of division employees. 272 Cooperation with local authorities. 257 Facilities for inspection.

273 Bribery, counterfeiting, etc. 258 Sanitation.

274 Export stamps and certificates. 259 Ante-mortem inspection.

275 Transportation. 260 Post-mortem inspection.

276 Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic 261 Disposal of diseased carcasses and

Act. parts.

277 Imported products. 262 Carcasses of animals slaughtered 278 Definitions and standards of idenwithout ante-mortem inspection.

tity. 263 Tank rooms and tanks.

279 Inspection and handling of horse 264 Tanking and denaturing con

meat and products thereof.
demned carcasses and parts.
265 Rendering carcasses and parts into

lard, rendered pork fat, and tal-
low, and other cooking.

Subchapter A-Packers and Stockyards NOTE: Order, Assistant Administrator for Regulatory and Marketing Service Work, Produc. tion and Marketing Administration, Oct. 24, 1945, 10 F.R. 13360, provides in part as follow 1. There is hereby delegated to the

Director of the Livestock Branch authority to act with reference to the designation of trustees and to receive notices of terminations of bonds ments under the Packers and Stockyards Act, 1921, as amended.

2. The Director of the Livestock Branch may, in his discretion, redelegate the authority granted herein to the Chief, Packers and Stockyards Division, Livestock Branch. PART 201-REGULATIONS UNDER

tive Feb. 6, 1945, 10 F.R. 1471: THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT Sec. 201.2 Terms defined. (Amended)

CODIFICATION: Part 201 was amended in the following respects by Regulation, Assistant chapter A.

heretofore lawfully delegated or to whom the Assistant Administrator may hereafter lawfully delegate, the authority to act in his stead. (Paragraphs (b) and (c) amended Sept. 10, 1945, 10 F.R. 11638]

(h) "Livestock Branch" means the Livestock and Meats Branch, Office of Marketing Services, War Food Administration. (Paragraph (h) amended Feb. 3, 1945, effective Feb. 6, 1945, 10 F.R. 1471]

regulations and substituting in lieu thereof the words “Office of Marketing Services, War Food Administration."

And was further amended in the following respects by Regulation, Acting Secretary of Agriculture, Sept. 10, 1945, 10 F.R. 11638:

1. By striking the words "Office of Marketing Services, War Food Administration" wherever they appear in the regulations and substituting in lieu thereof the words "Production and Marketing Administration, Department of Agriculture."

2. By striking the word “Director" wherever it appears in the regulations and substituting in lieu thereof the words "Assistant Administrator."

$ 201.2 Terms defined.

(b) "Administration" means the Office of Marketing Services, War Food Administration.

(c) "Director" means the Director of Marketing Services, War Food Administration, or any officer or employee of that Administration to whom the Director has heretofore lawfully delegated or to whom the Director may hereafter lawfully delegate the authority to act in his stead. (Paragraphs (b) and (c) amended Feb. 3, 1945, effective Feb. 6, 1945, 10 F.R. 1471] (Preceding paragraphs, in small type, superseded by following paragraphs during period covered by this Supplement]

(b) "Administration" means the Production and Marketing Administration, Department of Agriculture.

(c) "Assistant Administrator" means the Assistant Administrator for Regulatory and Market Service matters, Production and Marketing Administration, Department of Agriculture, or any officer or employee of that Administration to whom the Assistant Administrator has

(Preceding paragraph, in small type, superseded by following paragraph during period covered by this Supplement]

(h) "Livestock Branch" means the Livestock Branch, Production and Marketing Administration, Department of Agriculture. [Paragraph (h) amended Sept. 10, 1945, 10 F.R. 11638]

(m) "Secretary" means the Secretary of Agriculture, the War Food Administrator or any person to whom authority has heretofore lawfully been delegated or to whom authority may hereafter lawfully be delegated to act in their stead. (Paragraph (m) amended Feb. 3, 1945, effective Feb. 6, 1945, 10 F.R. 1471) (Preceding paragraph, in small type, superseded by following paragraph during period covered by this Supplement]

(m) "Secretary” means the Secretary of Agriculture or any person to whom authority has heretofore lawfully been delegated or to whom authority may hereafter lawfully be delegated to act in his stead. [Paragraph (m) amended Sept. 10, 1945, 10 F.R. 11638]

Subchapter B-Meat Inspection Regulations

NOTE: The regulations in this subchapter formerly appeared as Subchapter A of Chapter I of this title.

AUTHORITY: The regulations in this subchapter issued under 34 Stat. 1260-1265, as amended, 21 U.S.C. and Sup., 71-91, 96; 46 Stat. 689, 19 U.S.C. 1306.

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PART 251-DEFINITIONS $ 251.1 Definitions. Fo. the purposes of this subchapter the following words, phrases, names, and terms shall be construed, respectively, to mean:

(a) The Meat Inspection Act. An act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1907, approved June 30, 1906 (34 Stat. 674–679), as re-enacted by an act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 1908, approved March 4, 1907 (34 Stat. 1260-1265), amended and extended (21 U.S.C., 71-91, 96; 21 U.S.C., Sup. III, 71).

(b) The imported-meat act. Section 306 of an act entitled "An act to provide revenue, to regulate commerce with foreign countries, to encourage the industries of the United States, to protect American labor, and for other purposes," approved June 17, 1930 (46 Stat. 689; 19 U.S.C. 1306).

Any

(c) The Department. The United States Department of Agriculture.

(d) Ofice of Marketing Services. The Office of Marketing Services of the War Food Administration.

(e) Director. The Director of the Office of Marketing Services.

(f) Division. The Meat Inspection Division of the Livestock and Meats Branch, Office of Marketing Services.

(g) Inspector. An inspector of the division.

(h) Division employees. Inspectors and all other individuals employed in the division who are authorized by the director or the chief of division to do any work or perform any duty in connection with meat inspection.

(i) Oficial establishment. slaughtering, meat canning, curing, smoking, salting, packing, rendering, or other similar establishment at which inspection is maintained under the regulations in this subchapter.

(j) Official station. One or more official establishments included under a single supervision.

(k) "Inspected and passed,or U. S. inspected and passed,or U.Ş. inspected and passed by Department of Agriculture," or any authorized abbreviations thereof. The meat, meat byproducts, or meat food products so marked have been inspected and passed under the regulations in this subchapter, and at the time they were inspected, passed, and so marked they were found to be sound, healthful, wholesome, and fit for human food.

(1) “U. S. passed for cooking.” The meat and meat byproducts so marked have been inspected and passed on condition that they be rendered into lard, rendered pork fat, or tallow, as prescribed by Part 265 of this subchapter, or otherwise cooked by a method approved by the chief of division.

(m) "U. S. passed for refrigeration." The meat and meat byproduct so identified have been inspected and passed on condition that they be refrigerated or otherwise handled as prescribed by Part 261 of this subchapter, or by a method approved by the chief of division.

(n) "U. S. inspected and condemned" or any authorized abbreviation thereof. The carcass, viscera, part of carcass, meat, meat byproduct, or meat food product, so marked or identified, is un

sound, unhealthful, unwholesome, or otherwise unfit for human food.

(0) “U.S. retained.The carcass, viscera, part of carcass, meat, meat byproduct, or meat food product, so marked or identified, is held for further examination by an inspector to determine its disposal.

(p) “U. S. suspect." The animal so marked is suspected of being affected with a disease or condition which may require its condemnation, in whole or in part, when slaughtered, and is subject to further examination by an inspector to determine its disposal.

(q) "U. S. condemned." The animal so marked has been inspected and found to be immature, or in a dying condition, or to have died otherwise than by slaughter, or to be affected with any other condition or with any disease that would require condemnation of its carcass.

(r) Inspection legend. A mark or a statement, authorized by the regulations in this subchapter, on a product or on the container of a product indicating that the product has been inspected and passed for food by an inspector.

(s) Animal. Cattle, sheep, swine, or goat.

(t) Carcass. All parts, including viscera, of a slaughtered animal that are capable of being used for human food.

(u) Meat. The edible part of the muscle of cattle, sheep, swine, or goats which is skeletal or which is found in the tongue, in the diaphragm, in the heart, or in the esophagus, with or without the accompanying and overlying fat, and the portions of bone, skin, sinew, nerve, and blood vessels which normally accompany the muscle tissue and which are not separated from it in the process of dressing. It does not include the muscle found in the lips, snout or ears.

(v) Meat byproduct. Any edible part other than meat which has been derived from one or more cattle, sheep, swine, or goats.

(w) Meat food product. Any article of food, or any article intended for or capable of being used as human food which is derived or prepared, in whole or in substantial and definite part, from any portion of any cattle, sheep, swine, or goat, except such articles as organotherapeutic substances, meat juice, meat extract, and the like, which are only for medicinal purposes and are advertised only to the medical profession.

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