RELATING TO ANTI HOG-CHOLERA INOCULATION
AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 71, TITLE 3 OF THE DELAWARE CODE OF 190 RELATING TO ANIMAL HEALTH; ANTI HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND VIRUS; DISTRIBUTION; INOCULATION
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware:
Section 1. § 7103, Chapter 71, Title 3 of the Delaware Code of 1953 is amended to read as follows:
§ 7103. Anti hog-cholera serum; virus; distribution; inoculation
(a). The State Board of Agriculture shall supply without charge to any hog producer or farmer raising hogs of the State of Delaware anti hog-cholera serum and virus purchased with funds appropriated for the purpose to be used for inoculating shoats and hogs owned by such hog producer or farmer raising hogs and raised within the State of Delaware. No more serum shall be furnished to any one hog producer or farmer raising hogs in any one year than that necessary to inoculate ten shoats and hogs, except in the case of State or County institutions where enough serum may be furnished to inoculate the entire herd.
(b). The State Board of Agriculture may supervise the inoculation of any shoats or hogs for which request is made and which are owned by citizens of the State and are located within the State.
Approved June 22, 1953.