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Maryland Code, Agriculture § 3-110

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A person may not knowingly expose any animal to an animal infected with a contagious or infectious disease, or place or cause to be placed any healthy or unexposed animal of the same species on any premises declared to be infected, until the infected animal is declared free from infection by the Secretary or agent.  In addition to any penalty provided by the provisions of this article, any animal introduced into any infected location that has been declared infected shall be slaughtered by the Secretary or his agent, or upon order of the Secretary, without appraisement or compensation from the State.

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