Horses Held Up in Maryland, Daily Racing Form, 1914-11-18


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HORSES HELD UP IN MARYLAND. Baltimore. Md.. November 17. The prevalence of the foot and mouth disease is causing horsemen who wish to ship away from Maryland some trouble. Dr. Lawrence Hickman, chief veteriuary inspector of the state. Is rigidly enforcing tb. law, and no horses can lie shipped away without his personal approval. The strings of Mrs. L. A. Livingston and Kdwaril Xleltrlde were hed tip at llinlioo. although they had boon previously passed upon and given a clean bill of health by Dr. Uenrv McCarthy. who. as he claimed, was acting with Hie direct approval of the chief inspector.

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