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Abstract

Canada continues free from the serious epizootic diseases. TUBERCULOSIS, BRUCELLOSIS and SWINE FEVER control work occupied a great deal of the time of the staff.
REPORT OF THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES SECTION [BARKER, M.]-No cases of ANTHRAX were reported. 271, 232 cattle were tested for TUBERCULOSIS...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Publisher
Ottawa : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the Year Ended March 31, 1942., 1942, pp 45 pp.
Abstract

No cases of ANTHRAX, DOURINE, GLANDERS, SHEEP SCAB or RABIES have occurred. There were three small outbreaks of suspected SWINE FEVER involving the slaughter of 43 animals.
TUBERCULOSIS.-ACCREDITED HERDS. As a result of 276, 733 tuberculin tests, 3, 499 reactors were slaughtered at a compensation...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Citation
Report. vet. Dir. gen. Dep. Agric., Can., 1937, pp 9-31 pp.
Abstract

The position remained favourable.
Dourine has not been observed for 14 years.
"Two outbreaks of anthrax occurred in Ontario in the Muskoka and Oshawa districts.
"This disease is not prevalent in Canada. A chart appended shows the outbreaks of anthrax since 1903."
" Glanders was discovered in a...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Publisher
Can.,
Citation
Report. vet. Dir. gen. Dep. Agric., Can., 1934, pp 11-17 pp.
Abstract

Three outbreaks of ANTHRAX occurred in Quebec Province; 28 animals died and 572 were quarantined. Eight cases of GLANDERS occurred in Saskatchewan. Two outbreaks of SARCOPTIC MANGE in cattle and three of CHORIOPTIC MANGE were reported. One isolated case of RABIES occurred in Toronto.
During the...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Citation
Rep, vet. Dir. Gen. Dep. Agric. Can. 1937-38, 1938, pp 10-32 pp.
Abstract

This is a report to the Veterinary Director General. No serious outbreaks occurred in the Dominion during the year; a large number of the veterinary inspectorate staff were, in consequence, available for the tuberculin testing of cattle.
Anthrax has never been prevalent in Canada: three outbreaks...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Publisher
Ottawa: F. A. Acland.,
Citation
Rep. Vet. Direct. Gen. Health Anim. Branch Dept. Agric. 1931., 1931, pp 20-41 pp.
Abstract

This is a report to the Veterinary Director-General. A considerable number of veterinary inspectors from this Division have been employed from time to time in conducting the inspections of cattle and premises, rendered necessary by the United States Import Milk Act, to permit of exportation of milk ...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Publisher
Ottawa : F. A. Acland.,
Citation
Report of the Contagious Diseases Division-Health of Animals Branch, Department of Agriculture for the year ending March 31st, 1930., 1930, pp 14-33 pp.
Abstract

Freedom from RABIES for over two years, from DOURINE for seventeen years and from SHEEP SCAB for nine years is reported. One case of SARCOPTIC MANGE was, however, reported in an isolated flock of sheep.
After one year in which no ANTHRAX occurred two small outbreaks were dealt with in the Province...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Publisher
Can.,
Citation
Report. vet. Dir. gen. Dep. Agric., Can., 1937, pp 8-29 pp.
Abstract

There were no outbreaks of GLANDERS, DOURINE, SWINE FEVER, FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE, RABIES or SHEEP SCAB during the year. There were only three outbreaks of ANTHRAX., An outbreak of suspected EQUINE ENCEPHALO-MYELITIS with about 25 cases occurred in Ontario; chick vaccine is to be provided at cost...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Publisher
J. O. Pattenaude, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the Year ended March 31, 1939, 1939, pp 41 pp.