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1. 585.105 f.s.
Abstract: 585.105   Purchase, distribution, and administration of approved brucella vaccine.-- (1)  The department is hereby authorized and required to purchase approved brucella vaccine, to enhance the resistance of cattle and bison to brucellosis (Bang's disease) infection, in such units as deemed advisab

2. 585.21 f.s.
Abstract: 585.21   Sale of biological products.-- (1)  Each biological product intended for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes for animals which is manufactured for sale or sold in the state shall first be officially approved by the United States Department of Agriculture. (2)  The following biological prod

3. 828.30 f.s.
Abstract: 828.30   Rabies vaccination of dogs and cats.-- (1)  All dogs and cats 4 months of age or older must be vaccinated by a licensed veterinarian against rabies with a United States Government-approved vaccine. The cost of vaccination must be borne by the animal's owner. (2)  A dog or cat is exempt fr

4. 585.155 f.s.
Abstract: 585.155   Whole-herd and calf vaccination.-- (1)  All female calves born in the state that are to be used for dairy breeding purposes shall be vaccinated with an approved Brucella abortus vaccine by state or federal regulatory officials or licensed, accredited veterinarians. (2) (a)  All calves va

5. 381.003 f.s.
Abstract: 381.003   Communicable disease and acquired immune deficiency syndrome prevention and control.-- (1)  The department shall conduct a communicable disease prevention and control program as part of fulfilling its public health mission. This program shall include, but is not limited to: (a)  Programs

6. 381.0407 f.s.
Abstract: 381.0407   Managed care and publicly funded primary care program coordination.-- (1)  SHORT TITLE.--This section may be cited as the "Managed Care and Publicly Funded Primary Care Program Coordination Act." (2)  LEGISLATIVE FINDINGS AND INTENT.--The Legislature finds that it is in the public inter

7. 0.0585PART02 f.s.
Abstract: PART II DISEASE INSPECTION, CONTROL, AND ERADICATION 585.01   Definitions. 585.08   General powers of the department; rules. 585.09   Procedure for condemnation of animals and property by department. 585.10   Condemned and destroyed animals; limitation on payment to owner. 585.105   Purchase, dist

8. 585.01 f.s.
Abstract: 585.01   Definitions.-- In construing this part, where the context permits, the word, phrase, or term: (1)  "Approved brucella vaccine" means a Brucella abortus immunization product approved and licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture for injection into cattle and bison to enhance

9. 232.032 f.s.
Abstract: 232.032   Immunization against communicable diseases; school attendance requirements; exemptions.-- (1)  The Department of Health, after consultation with the Department of Education, shall promulgate rules governing the immunization of children against, the testing for, and the control of prevent

10. 828.29 f.s.
Abstract: 828.29   Dogs and cats transported or offered for sale; health requirements; consumer guarantee.-- (1) (a)  For each dog transported into the state for sale, the tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics required by this section must be administered by or under the direction of a veterinarian, licensed b

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