Section 3-1-17

Notification of owners, etc., of dairies upon discovery of cows affected with tuberculosis.

Whenever any regular authorized inspector or his assistant of any city or town in this state shall find that any dairy cow or cows in any dairy in the county or in an adjoining county of such city or town used for the production of milk for the inhabitants of any such city or town are affected with tuberculosis, as determined by the tuberculin test of the Department of Agriculture of the United States of America, or are as otherwise shown to be affected with tuberculosis, such authorized inspector of such city or town or his assistant shall immediately notify the owner, proprietor or manager of such dairy, either in person or in writing, of the presence of such animal or animals affected with such tuberculosis.

(Acts 1911, No. 503, p. 566; Code 1923, 4442; Code 1940, T. 3, 14.)