Cattle, horses or mules infested with or exposed to the cattle tick (Margaropus annulatus)
the owner or owners of which, after five days' written notice from a quarantine inspector
of such animals as is provided for in G.S. 106-357, shall fail or refuse to dip such animals regularly every 14 days in a vat properly
charged with arsenical solution, as recommended by the United States Bureau of Animal
Industry, under the supervision of a quarantine inspector, shall be placed in quarantine,
dipped and cared for at the expense of the owner or owners, by the quarantine inspector.
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