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both from Veterinary Assistants and Inspectors. If there be any putridity
or doubt as to the purity of the material, it should be discarded. On no
account may a cracked bottle or one having an inefficient cork be used.

60.  The Veterinary Inspector shall, whenever possible, inspect all
the ponies and stables on the dâk lines in his district and carry out such
duties as may be entrusted to him under the rules sanctioned by the
Local Administration under the Glanders and Farcy Act. He-shall also
inspect horse and cattle trucks, station yards, etc., where cattle and horses
may be congregated and, whenever necessary, take prompt measures to
prevent the spread of infectious disease.

61.   He shall visit, as far as possible, cattle-fairs and shows, and
ascertain the localities from which any particularly fine cattle are
brought. When present at a weekly market he shall inspect the cattle
and see that they are free from disease of a contagious type.

62.   He shall inspect Government bulls, lent to cattle owners and
Court of Wards' Estates, and report on their condition and suitability
for the herd.

63.   He shall visit all slaughter-houses under the inspection of
Veterinary Assistants within the limits of the Municipalities which he visits
and remark briefly in his diary on the existing arrangements.

64.   He shall inspect extensive grazing grounds in his district and
take measures to check the spread of any epidemic prevailing there. He
will carefully note all villages and places where epidemic disease has
occurred during the current year and at what times, in order to localise
such disease and to facilitate sanitary and inoculation preventive methods
at a future date.

65.   He shall, as far as possible, collect and submit to the Superin-
tendent through the Deputy Superintendent information regarding the
different breeds of cattle to be found in the various tracts, the sufficiency
or otherwise of water and fodder, the manner in which the animals are
utilized and the average prices obtaining for each class of cattle. He shall
pay particular attention to the reporting of disease and note the system of
reporting in grazing areas, whether Government Forest, Zamindari or other.
Any laxity of reporting should be immediately brought to the notice of
the Superintendent through the Deputy Superintendent.

Para. 453 of
the Manual
of Apptts. and

66. He is not permitted to engage in private practice or to charge
fees: nor may he have an interest in a private Dispensary or druggist's
shop, nor shall he engage in any private trade or business.

C. P. Sectt.
No. 6395,
d. 5-10-05.

67. The Veterinary Inspector is a Drawing Officer and holds a
permanent advance of Rs. 10 to meet contingent expenditure. He shall
send to the Superintendent, an acknowledgment of the amount on the 1st

April of each year in form bearing Comptroller's Register No. 1—10.

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