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N (COUNTY OF BRECON. RABIES ItVj OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Order has been made by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries. .HEXRY F. W. HARRIES. County Hall, Brecon, Clerk to the Breconshire County Council. 24th June, 1919. (10081). ORDER OF THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES. (DATED 17th June, 1919). MONMOUTHSHIRE & DISTRICT (CONTROL OF DOGS) ORDER OF 1919 (No. 9). The Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in them under the Diseases of Animals Acts, 1894 to 1914, and of every other power enabling them in this behalf, do order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows Prohibition of Movement of Dogs 0111 of Scheduled Area. 1.—No dog shall be moved out of the area described in the Schedule hereto unless it is accompanied by a licence of the Board authorizing such movement and signed by an Officer of the Board, and any such licence may be subject to such conditions as to the detention and isolation of the dog or otherwise as the Board may think necessary or desirable and shall be specified in the licence Provided that this Article shall not apply to the movement of a dog through such area by railway from a place outside the area to another place outside the area without unnecessary delay and without being rebooked within the area, nor apply to the movement of a dog (a) out of the said area temporarily for the purpose of exercise or (b) through the said area from a place outside the area to another place in the same Scheduled District outside the area if in either case it is efficiently muzzled with an effective wire-cage muzzle, and also led by a person with a collar and chain or other attachment. Control and Muzzling of Dogs in Scheduled Area. 2.-(1) A dog in the Area described in the Schedule hereto shall at all times (a) whilst in or on any public place, be efficiently muzzled with an effective wire-cage muzzle, and shall also be led by a person with a collar and chain or other attachment Provided that the requirement as to leading shall not apply to a dog in charge of a com- petent person while being used for the driving or tending of cattle or sheep (b) whilst in or on any other place be- (i) confined in a kennel or other enclosure from which the dog cannot eseape or (ii) secured to some premises by a collar and chain or (iii) efficiently muzzled with an effective wire-cage muzzle Provided that paragraph (b) shall not apply to any pack of hounds while being exercised under the supervision of two or more competent attendants or to any dog in charge of a competent person while being used for the capture or destruction of vermin or rabbits. (2) The provisions of this Article shall not apply to any dog confined in a suitable hamper, crate, box or other receptacle, so constructed as to render it impossible for such dog while so confined to bite any person or animal. (3) Article 4 (Control of Dogs in L Scheduled Districts) of. the Monmouth- shire and District (Control of Dogs) Order of 1919 (No. 5), hereinafter referred to as the principal Order, shall not apply to a dog in the area described [ in the Schedule to this Order. i Seizure, Detention, and Disposal of Uncontrolled Dogs. 3.—(l) Any dog found in or on any public place in the area described in the Schedule hereto, in respect of which the provisions of this Order as to control or muzzling are not being complied with, may be seized by the Local Authority or by the police, and any dog so seized shall be dealt with by the Local Authority in the manner directed by Article 5 of the principal Order (Seizure, Detention, and Disposal of Uncontrolled Dogs), which Article shall apply accordingly. (2) Articles 2 and 3 of the principal Order shall apply to dogs moved in con- travention of this Order. Offences. 4.-(1) If a dog is moved in con- travention of Article 1 of this Order, the owner of the dog, and the person for the time being in charge thereof, and the person causing, directing, or permitting the movement and the person moving or conveying the dog, and the consignee or other person receiving or keeping it, knowing it to have been moved in con- travention as aforesaid, and the occupier of the place from which the dog is moved shall, each according to and in respect of his own icts and defaults, be deemed guilty of an offence against the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894. (2) If any dog is not kept under control in manner prescribed by this Order, the owner of the dog, and the person for the time being in charge thereof, shall, each according to and in respect of his own acts and defaults, be deemed guilty of an offence against the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894. Local A utliority to Enforcc Order. 5.—The provisions of this Order shall be executed and enforced by the Local Authority. Commencement. (i.-This Order shall come into oper- ation on the nineteenth day of June, nineteen hundred and nineteen. Short Title. 7.-This Order may be cited as the Monmouthshire and District (Control of Dogs) Order of 1919 (No. 9), and shall be read with the principal Order. In witness whereof the Board of I Agriculture and Fisheries have hereunto set their Official Seal this seven- teenth day of June, nineteen hundred and ninetesh. IV. H. Chamberlain, Authorised by the President. SCHEDULE. .-1 rca referred to in this Ordei. An area in the administrative county J of Monmouth comprising the borough of Abergavenny and such parts of the parishes of Llantilio-pertholey and Abergavenny Rural as lie within the following boundary, namely :—: Commencing at the point where the Old Hereford Road crosses the boundary of the borough of Abergavenny and pro- ceeding in a northerly direction along that road to the road leading to "Ty- Gwyn" or "White House" thence in easterly, southerly and easterly directions along the latter road by way of Llantilio- pertholey Church to the western boundary of the Great Western Railway thence in a generally southerly direction along the western boundary of the said railway to and across the London and North-Western Railway and continuing generally in a southerly direction along the western boundary of the first-men- tioned railway to where it meets the boundary of the borough of Abergavenny; thence in westerly, northerly and north- westerly directions along the said borough boundary to the point of commencement.

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