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The Animal Diseases Act

C.C.S.M. c. A85

The Animal Diseases Act

1 Definitions
1.1 (1) Meaning of disease
(2) Unidentified causes of disease
2 (1) Notice of disease to be given
(2) Notice to be given by veterinarian
(3) Further notice
(4) Reportable diseases and hazards
(5) Disclosing information about reportable diseases
(5.1) Disclosing information about reportable hazards
(6) Persons to whom information may be disclosed
2.1 Animal health surveillance
2.2 (1) Application of provisions to past circumstances
(2) Application to reportable diseases and hazards
2.3 Orders re hazards or other potential causes of disease
3 (1) Examination, quarantine, treatment and disposal — animals
(1.1) Examination, quarantine, treatment and disposal — other things
(2) Orders re vectors
(3) Examination, observation, disposal of fomites
3.1 (1) Quarantine of a place, area or vehicle
(2) Declaration as infected place not necessary
(3) Notice of quarantine order
(4) Restrictions on activities during quarantine
(5) Further restrictions
(6) Compliance with quarantine order
3.2 (1) Cease movement orders
(2) Order may apply to certain animals
(3) Order may be made without quarantine, etc.
(4) Statutes and Regulations Act not applicable
4 (1) Destruction of diseased animals
(2) Exhumation
(3) Examination of diseased or dead animals
(4) Destroying animals to prevent suffering
(5) Director's power when order is ignored
(6) Entry powers re place and vehicles
(7) Entry to a dwelling
4.1 Designation of health status
5 (1) Public display, etc. of animals
(2) Notification of director
6 (1) Appointment of inspectors
(2) Powers of inspectors
(3) Designation of inspectors
(3.1) Authority of designated inspectors
(4) Payment
(5) Driver of vehicle must stop
(6) Use of data processing system and copying equipment
(7) Records
6.1 (1) Warrant to enter a dwelling place
(2) Authority to issue warrant
6.2 (1) Warrant to search and seize
(2) Use of force
(3) Additional seizure powers
(4) Where warrant not necessary
6.3 (1) Storage of seized animals or things
(2) Disposal of seized animals and perishable things
6.4 (1) No obstruction of inspector
(2) Assistance to inspector
6.5 (1) Entry powers in general
(2) Identification to be shown
(3) Entry to a dwelling
(4) Application of subsections 6(4) to (7) and section 6.4
7 (1) Infected place
(2) Adjoining area
(3) Variation of order
(4) Prohibition against removal
(5) Return of an animal or thing to infected place
(6) Return at expense of owner or occupier
8 Proof of orders
9 Proof of certificate
9.1 (1) Taking specimens or samples for testing
(2) Taking specimens or samples under an order
(3) Taking specimens or samples after death of animal
9.2 Biosecurity measures to be taken by inspectors
10 (1) Vehicles to be cleaned, etc.
(2) Inspector may cause work to be done
(3) Diseased carcass disposal
11 (1) Dead animal disposal
(2) Dead animal collection and delivery
(3) Assessment of costs
(4) Contract with registered disposal plants
12 (1) Public sales yard inspection and licensing
(2) Assessment of costs
(3) Permit for livestock yards, buyers and agents
(4) Form of application and fee
(5) Issue of permit
13 Repealed
14 (1) Central drug purchasing and distribution depot
(2) Permit to sell veterinary drugs
(3) Form of application
(4) Issuing of permit
(5) Compliance with The Pharmaceutical Act
15 (1) Compensation by municipality
(2) Municipal grants for control programs
16 (1) Payment of compensation
(2) Payment of grants
17 (1) Offence and penalty
(2) Continuing offences
(3) Directors and officers of corporations
18 (1) Appeal
(2) Powers of minister
18.1 (1) Agreements
(2) Terms
18.2 (1) Recovery of fees, charges or costs
(2) Persons liable
(3) Unpaid fees, charges or costs
18.3 Protection from liability
19 Regulations by Lieutenant Governor in Council
20 Regulations by minister
21 Regulations may be general or particular
22 C.C.S.M. reference