S.I. No. 366/2009 - Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (First Schedule and Notification) Order 2009


S.I. No. 366 of 2009

DISEASES OF ANIMALS ACT 1966 (FIRST SCHEDULE AND NOTIFICATION) ORDER 2009

Notice of the making of this Statutory Instrument was published in

“Iris Oifigiúil” of 15th September, 2009.

I, BRENDAN SMITH, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, in exercise of the powers conferred on me by sections 3, 11 and 12 of the Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (No. 6 of 1966) (as adapted by the Agriculture and Food (Alteration of Name of Department and Title of Minister) Order 2007 ( S.I. No. 707 of 2007 )), hereby order as follows—

1. This Order may be cited as the Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (First Schedule and Notification) Order 2009.

2. For all the purposes of the Act the Diseases of Animals Act 1966 is amended by the substitution for—

(a) Part I of the First Schedule of—

“PART I

1.Cattle.

2.Goats.

3.Cats and other feline animals.

4.Dogs and other canine animals

5.Horses and all other equine animals.

6.Sheep.

7.All other ruminating animals.

8.Swine.

9.Agoutis, beavers, capybara, chinchillas, ferrets, fitches, guinea pigs, hamsters, hares, hedgehogs, jerboas, lemmings, marmots, martens, mice, mink, moles, mongooses, nutria, porcupines, prairie dogs, raccoon, rabbits, rats, shrews, squirrels, voles, and all other animals of the genus rodentia, insectivora and mustelidae.

10.Animals of a kind, species or order other than those specified at entry nos 1-9 above.

11.the Order Artiodactyla, which order includes the animals commonly known as peccaries, hippopotamuses, camels, llamas, chevrotains, deer, giraffes, pronghorns, antelopes, duikers, and gazelles,

12.the Order Monotremata, which Order includes the animals commonly known as echidnae and duck-billed platypuses,

13.the Order Perissodactyla, which Order includes the animals commonly known as zebras, taipers and rhinoceroses,

14.the Order Pholidata, which Order is comprised of the animals commonly known as pangolins,

15.the Order Probiscidea, which Order is comprised of the animal commonly known as an elephant, and

16.the Order Tubilidentata, which Order is comprised of the animal commonly known as an aardvark.”,

(b) Part II of the First Schedule of—

“PART II

1.Domestic Fowls.

2.Turkeys.

3.Geese

4.Ducks.

5.Guinea Fowls.

6.Partridges.

7.Pheasants.

8.Grouse.

9.Pigeons.

10.Doves.

11.Peafowl.

12.Swans.

13.Plover.

14.Quail.

15.Owls.

16.Birds of the Order Falcoformes, including any of the birds commonly called falcons, eagles, hawks, buzzards, harriers, ospreys, kestrels, kites and vultures.

17.Birds of the species Psittaciformes, including any of the birds commonly called parrots parrakeets, budgerigars, lovebirds, macaws, cockatoos, conures, caiques, lories and lorikeets.

18.Birds of the Order Passreformes, including any of the birds commonly called finches, myna birds, thrushes, linnets and canaries.

19.Birds of the Order Piciformes, including any of the birds commonly called toucans, kingfishers and woodpeckers.

20.Birds of a kind, species or order other than those specified in the entry nos. 1-19 above.”, and

(c) Part III of the First Schedule of—

“PART III

Class A

1.African horse sickness

2.African swine fever

3.Anthrax

4.Arizona disease

5.Bluetongue

6.Bovine leukosis

7.Caseous lymphadenitis

8.Classical swine fever

9.Contageous agalactia

10.Contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia

11.Contageous equine metriris

12.Dourine

13.Epizootic haemorrhagic disease of deer

14.Epizootic lymphangitis in horses, asses and mules

15.Equine encephalomyelitis

16.Equine piroplasmosis

17.Equine viral arteritis

18. Foot-and-Mouth disease

19.Fowl pest in any of its forms, including Newcastle disease and avian influenza

20. Fowl typhoid (Salmonella gallinarum)

21. Glanders (farcy) in horses, asses and mules

22. Goat pox

23. Hendra virus

24. Infectious equine anaemia

25. Infectious laryngo-tracheitis

26. Lumpy skin disease

27.Mycoplasmosis (caused by or involving Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma meleagridis)

28. Parasitic mange

29. Peste de petits ruminants

30. Porcine corona virus

31. Porcine epidemic diarrhoea

32. Porcine enterovirus encephalo myelitis (Teschen disease)

33. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome

34. Psittacosis

35.Pullorum disease, otherwise known as Bacillary White Diarrhoea (Salmonella pullorum)

36. Rabies

37. Rift Valley fever

38. Rinderpest (cattle plague)

39. Sheep pox

40. Surra (Trypansoma evansi)

41. Swine influenza

42. Swine vesicular disease

43. Transmissable gastro-enteritis

44.Transmissable spongiform encephalopathies, including bovine spongiform encephalopathy and scrapie

45. Turkey rhinotracheitis

46. Vesicular stomatitis.

47. West Nile fever

Class B

1. Aujeszky’s disease

2. Brucellosis in ruminating animals and swine

3. Campylobacteriosis

4. Caprine viral arthritis — encephalitis

5. Diseases of poultry caused by or involving Yersinia spp.

6. Enzootic abortion of ewes

7.For the purpose of giving effect to the Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (Control on Animal and Poultry Vaccines) Order 2002 ( S.I. No. 528 of 2002 ), infectious bovine rhinotracheitis

8.For the purpose of giving effect to the Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (Control on Animal and Poultry Vaccines) Order 2002 ( S.I. No. 528 of 2002 ), infectious bursal disease (Gumboro disease)

9.Johne’s disease in cattle, goats, sheep, other ruminating animals and swine

10. Maedi Visna

11.For the purpose of giving effect to the Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (Monkey pox virus) Order 2003 ( S.I. No. 279 of 2003 ), monkey pox virus

12. Mycoplasmosis (caused by or involving Mycoplasma synovia)

13. Pulmonary adenomatosis

14. Salmonellosis (caused by or involving I or Salmonella typhimurium)

15. Sheep scab

16. Tuberculosis in ruminating animals

17. Warble-fly infestation”.

3. The Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (Notification and Control of Animal Diseases) Order 2008 ( S.I. No. 101 of 2008 ) is amended-

(a) by the insertion, after Article 4(6), of—

“(7) This Article does not apply in the case of notification of swine influenza.”, and

(b) by the substitution for the Schedule, of—

“Schedule

Article 2

African horse sickness

African swine fever

Anthrax

Arizona disease

Aujeszky’s disease

Bovine leukosis

Brucellosis in ruminating animals (except cattle) and swine

Campylobacteriosis (caused by or involving Campylobacter jejuni)

Caprine viral arthritis — encephalitis

Caseous lymphadenitis

Contagious agalactia

Contagious equine metritis

Contagious pleuro-pneumonia of cattle

Diseases of poultry caused by or involving Yersinia spp

Dourine

Enzootic abortion of ewes

Epizootic haemorrhagic disease in deer

Epizootic lymphangitis in horses, asses and mules

Equine encephalomyelitis

Equine piroplasmosis

Equine viral arteritis

Fowl pest (other than avian influenza and Newcastle disease)

Glanders (farcy) in horses, asses or mules

Goat pox

Hendra virus

Infectious equine anaemia

Infectious laryngo-tracheitis

Johne’s disease in cattle, goats, sheep, other ruminating animals and swine

Lumpy skin disease

Maedi Visna

Mycoplasmosis (caused by or involving Mycoplasma gallisepticum, Mycoplasma meleagridis or Mycoplasma synovia)

Newcastle disease

Peste des petits ruminants

Pleuro-pneumonia in bovines

Porcine corona virus

Porcine enterovirus encephalomyelitis (Teschen disease)

Porcine epidemic diarrhoea

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome

Psittacosis

Pulmonary adenomatosis

Rift Valley fever

Rinderpest (cattle plague)

Salmonellosis (caused by or involving Salmonella enteriditis or Salmonella typhimurium)

Scrapie

Sheep pox

Sheep scab

Surra (Trypansoma evansi)

Swine influenza

Transmissible gastro-enteritis

Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (other than scrapie and bovine spongiform encephalopathy)

Tuberculosis in ruminating animals (except cattle)

Turkey rhinotracheitis

Vescicular stomatitis

Warble fly.

West Nile fever”.

4. The following are revoked:

(a) the Anthrax Order 1930 (S.R. & O. No. 57 of 1930),

(b) the Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (First Schedule) Order 2001 ( S.I. No. 469 of 2001 ), and

(c) the Diseases of Animals Act 1966 (Notification and Control of Animal Diseases) (Amendment) Order 2009 ( S.I. No. 292 of 2009 ).

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GIVEN under my Official Seal,

11 September 2009

BRENDAN SMITH,

Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.

EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This note is not part of the instrument and does not purport to be a legal interpretation).

The effect of this Order is to consolidate and modify the First Schedule to the Diseases of Animals Act, 1966 .