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Name of Breed.

CATTLE-CONTINUED.

Name of Book of Record.

Aberdeen-Angus.........

Galloway....

Holstein-Friesian

Dutch Belted...

Polled Durham......

Brown Swiss (Schwytz)....

American Aberdeen-Angus Herdbook.

American Galloway Herdbook.

Holstein-Friesian Herdbook.

Herdbook of the Dutch Belted Cattle Association of America.
American Polled Durham Herdbook.
Swiss Record.

SHEEP.

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Register of the Vermont Merino Sheep Breeders' Association.
Register of the Vermont Atwood Merino Sheep Club.
Register of the New York State American Merino Sheep
Breeders' Association.

Register of the Standard American Merino Sheep Breeders'
Association.

Register of the Ohio Spanish Merino Sheep Breeders' Asso-
ciation.

Register of the United States Merino Sheep Breeders' Asso-
ciation.

Register of the Michigan Merino Sheep Breeders' Association.
Register of the National Merino Sheep Breeders' Association.
Register of the Missouri Merino Sheep Breeders' Association.
American Merino Sheep Register.
Wisconsin Merino Sheep Register.

American Rambouillet Record.

National Delaine Merino Register.
Improved Delaine Merino Register.

Dickinson Spanish Merino Sheep Register.

Black Top Spanish Merino Sheep Register.

Improved Black Top Merino Record.
Standard Delaine Merino Register.

National Improved Saxony Sheep Register.

American Shropshire Sheep Record.

Record of Hampshire Down Breeders' Association of America.
American Oxford Down Record.

American Southdown Record.

Flock Book of the American Cheviot Sheep Breeders' Association.

American Lincoln Record.

Register of the Michigan Lincoln Sheep Breeders' Association.
American Cotswold Record.

American Leicester Record.

Flock Record of the Dorset Horn Sheep Breeders' Association of America.

Register of the American Suffolk Flock Registry Association.

SWINE.

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Pedigrees of pure-bred Arab horses of five recognized breeds are carefully preserved. A certificate duly attested by a sheik is the best evidence of pure breeding. The recognized breeds are the Kehilan, Seglawi, Hamdani, Abeyan, and Managhi.

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Kerry and Dexter Kerry... Great Britain and Kerry and Dexter Herdbook.

Herdbook de la Race Normande Pure. Herdbook de la Race Bretonne Pienoire.

Friesian Herdbook (Friesch Rundvee

Braunvieh Race.

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Stamboek). Schweizerisches Heerdebuch......

Berner Fleckvieh.

Fleckvieh).

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Fifty-seven recognized Great Britain........ Kennel Club Studbook.

breeds. Greyhound.......

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Greyhound Studbook.

Form of certificate of record and pedigree to be used for imported animals.

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[In filling up this blank give registry number of each recorded animal, or, in case there is no number, the volume and page of register where the animal is recorded. blanks must be filled, except in the case of sheep, which animals will be admitted on the certificate of registry as provided in the regulations.]

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I hereby certify that the above is a correct pedigree of

No. - -, and that this animal is pure bred and has been duly registered in the book of record established by this association for the

breed of

Dated at

(Signed)

Secretary of the

(15590.)

Free Entry of Animals which have Strayed Across the Boundary Line, or have been Driven Across such Boundary Line for Pasturage Purposes.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, February 2, 1895.

To Collectors and other Officers of the Customs:

Paragraph 373 of the act of August 28, 1894, contains the following provision:

"Cattle, horses, sheep, or other domestic animals which have strayed across the boundary line into any foreign country, or have been or may be driven across such boundary line by the owner for pasturage purposes, together with their increase, may be brought back to the United States free of duty under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury.'

Under this provision of law, the following instructions are issued:

1. The words "domestic animals" occurring above, will be held to mean domesticated amimals, such as the horse, sheep, cow, ox, etc., as distinguished from wild animals; consequently, in passing upon applications for the free entry of animals claimed to have strayed or been driven across the boundary line for pasturage purposes, the question of the place of origin of the animals need not be taken into consideration.

2. The above provision of law is held to apply only to animals owned in the United States, which have strayed across the boundary line into foreign territory, or which have been driven across such boundary line by the owners for pasturage purposes.

3. It is further held that the privilege conferred by the above-cited paragraph applies to domestic animals, with their increase, which have strayed or were driven across the boundary line either before or after August 28, 1894.

4. The identity of such animals and of their increase must be estab lished to the satisfaction of the collector of customs by the best evidence obtainable, and the following oath or affirmation will be exacted, in all cases, from the owner, viz:

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I, do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear (or affirm) that the (number) animals mentioned in the entry hereto annexed are, to the best of my knowledge and belief, truly and bona fide domestic animals, owned at the time of their departure from the United States, and still owned, by me; that I am a resident and citizen of the United States; that said animals strayed across the boundary line or were driven to solely for pasturage purposes; except certain animals. mentioned in said entry, which are, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the offspring of a portion of the animals first above mentioned.

Sworn (or affirmed) before me this

day of

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Collector or Deputy Collector.

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