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There was an acute shortage of staff in the division of animal health. Forty-two veterinary inspectors and eight lay inspectors resigned. Six veterinary and seven lay inspectors retired and five veterinary inspectors and two lay inspectors died. Twenty-three veterinary inspectors and 72 lay...

Author(s)
Barker, M.
Publisher
Ottawa: E. Cloutier,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1946., 1947, pp 37 pp.
Abstract

The Dominion has remained free from the more serious animal plagues. Staff shortages have limited the scope of the work of eradicating BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS and BRUCELLOSIS.
The one outbreak of ANTHRAX was controlled by vaccination of the 27 cattle in contact. Three of the cattle died.
302, 656 ...

Author(s)
Childs, T.
Publisher
Ottawa: E. Cloutier.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1947., 1947, pp 41 pp.
Abstract

V. DIVISION OF ANIMAL PATHOLOGY. The work of the division was concentrated on problems connected with food-producing animals. Some success was obtained with penicillin in treating cases of BOVINE MASTITIS. Sulpha compounds proved useless in the. treatment of SWINE ERYSIPELAS. No satisfactory result ...

Author(s)
Gardiner, J. G.
Publisher
Ottawa: E. Cloutier.,
Citation
Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada for the year ended March 31,1945., 1945, pp 212
Abstract

Progress in eradication of TUBERCULOSIS and BRUCELLOSIS is hampered by shortage of staff but approximately half the cattle in Canada are under supervision. Tables give the numbers of cattle tested, numbers of reactors and compensation paid. GLANDERS, DOURINE and SHEEP SCAB have been eradicated;...

Author(s)
Childs, T.
Publisher
Ottawa: E. Cloutier.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ended March 31, 1948., 1948, pp 49 pp.
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

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.
Abstract

The year was noteworthy by reason of a great SWINE FEVER epizootic, mainly affecting Ontario. It required the services of many veterinary inspectors for its control, so that TUBERCULOSIS eradication work had to be restricted.
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES SECTION [BARKER, N.]-There was only one outbreak of...

Author(s)
Cameron, A. E.
Publisher
Ottawa : Govt. printer.,
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Director General for the Tear Ended March 31, 1941., 1941, pp 45 pp.
Abstract

IV. DIVISION OF ANIMAL PATHOLOGY.-The central laboratory and administrative offices are in Hull, Quebec. There are also branch laboratories at Saanichton, British Columbia, and at Lethbridge, Alberta; the third, at the Experimental Farm, Ottawa, specializes in the study of poultry diseases. The...

Author(s)
Gardiner, J. G.
Publisher
Ottawa: E. Cloutier.,
Citation
Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada for the year ended March 31, 1944., 1944, pp 186 pp.
Abstract

The Canadian Animal Contagious Diseases Act gives the veterinary organization very comprehensive powers to control importation of livestock, production of biological preparations, and control of outbreaks of infectious diseases. This, combined with Canada's favourable geographical position, has...

Author(s)
Hall, O.
Citation
Proc. 50th arm. Meet. U.S. Live Stk samt. Ass., 1946, pp 248-253 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.

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