Section 2-15-233

Quarantining of lots, stalls, etc., where swine infected with hog cholera; disposition of bodies of hogs dying from hog cholera; moving of hogs from quarantined premises, etc.

All lots, stalls and pastures and other premises where swine are kept and the disease of hog cholera is diagnosed or exists among such swine are hereby declared to be quarantined for a period of at least 30 days. No hogs may be removed for any purpose from such premises for a period of at least 30 days following the date of the appearance of the last case of hog cholera. All hogs shall be burned immediately which have died from hog cholera or moved to rendering plants in vehicles equipped with watertight bodies, and no other disposition of such hogs shall be made.

It shall be unlawful for anyone to move swine from quarantined premises in violation of the provisions of this section, and it shall also be unlawful to move hogs which have died from hog cholera in any manner other than the manner prescribed by this section.

(Acts 1951, No. 308, p. 601, §3.)