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Service and regulatory announcements
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Contains Insecticide decisions and Notices of judgment under the Insecticide Act formerly issued only as a separate publication, now published in both forms.
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No. 81 (1914)-

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United States Departmen 3 Agit Iture
BUREAU OF ANIMAL I RY.
JOHN R.MOHLER, CHIE F EA E1


INDEX TO SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS, 1919.
Page.
Accounts, method of forwarding Form T-15:............................ ... 55
"Adams Lime and Sulphur Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies.................................................... 38
Administrative regulations, amendments to................... 25, 27, 55, 78, 91, 92
Amendment 1 to Joint Order No. 3, text.................................... 7
"Anchor Brand Lime and Su.phur Dip," permitted for official dipping of
cattle and sheep for scabies ........... ....................... ............ 38
Animals exported to Canada, requirements and instructions................. 20
Animals in interstate transportation, new schedule of rations, unloading, etc.. 39
Apparel, wearing, of employees, official purchase prohibited.................. 127
Appointment--
eligibility of disabled soldiers and sailors.............................. ... 92
of unskilled laborers, priority of service men.......................... 127
preferential rights to soldiers, sailors, etc................................. 103
Appropriations, use for influencing Congress prohibited................... 75
"Armstrong's Lime and Sulphur Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies....... .......................................... 38
Army calendars and posters, distribution to field stations........ ......... 127
Arsenical dips permitted for official dipping of cattle for ticks....... 6, 23, 38,53, 101
"Atlas Cattle Dip, Improved," permitted for official dipping of cattle for ticks. 88
"Atlas 50% Cresol Compound, permitted as substitute for compound solu-
tion of cresol, U. S. P .............. ........ .......................... .. 74
Baggage transfer and storage charges at official stations....................... 91
B. A. I. Orders, amendments to................... 6, 7,10, 34, 85, 86, 99,120, 123
B. A. I. regulations and orders in force January 1, 1920, list ................. 144
"Barrett's Cresol Compound," permitted as substitute for cresol compound solu-
tion, U. S. P.............. ......................................... 89
Beef cheek meat, imports of .............................................. 34
"Better Sires-Better Stock" campaign, announcement..................... 102
Bills of lading for transfer of household goods............. ...................... 79
Biologics, veterinary, req uirements for labeling ............................... 37, 63
Bjornstadt, A. B., entered on "Roll of honor".............................. 5
"Black Leaf 40," permitted for official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies. 38
"Black Leaf Tobacco Extract," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies..................................................... 38
Borax, meats packed in, export certificates for................................ 99
Borax, meats packed in, marking.......................................... 61
Branding horse carcasses and parts........................................... 99
Cab and street-car fares, notice.............................................. 8
Calendars and posters, distribution to field stations.......................... 127
Calves, feed requirements in interstate transportatin......................... 40
Calves for testing hog-cholera virus, requirement........................... 21
Canada-
cattle exported to, tuberculin-test requirement........................... 123
sheep exported to, requirements....................................... 123
tuberculosis-free accredited cattle for, certification........................ 123
Canadian imports of swine, order in council............................... 8
Canadian swine, regulation governing import................................ 6
Carcasses and parts, horse, branding......................................... 99
Carcasses and parts, reporting on M. I. Form 112-D........................ 98
Cartons, oleomargarin, omission of establishment number from................ 133
Casualties to employees in military service, reports requested ............... 65
16419-19--20 147







148


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.


Cattle- Page.
exported to Canada, tuberculin-test requirement....................... 123
exports to Canada, tuberculin-test reports................................ 21
for Canada from tuberculosis-free herds, method of certifying ............ 123
reacting to tuberculin test, post-mortem examination of .................. 60
southern, places where shipped for slaughter......................... 37, 65
tick-infested, new regulation governing import ......................... 7
Cattle ticks-
Florida tick law upheld ....................................................... 89
on import cattle, provisions regarding entry ................... ....... 7
on inspected cattle, new regulation .......................... ...... 7
Cereal content of sausage, decision of Supreme Court......................... 33
Certificates-
export, for immunized swine, directions for use......................... 70
export, not required for meat for personal use ..... .............. ..... 8
Civil-service rules, amendments to................................... 28,127
Civil-service rules, preferential rights to soldiers, sailors, etc.................. 103
Claims and vouchers, supplemental, definitions............................ 77
Colcord, Frank M., entered on "Roll of Honor''........................... 5
Color substances permitted for meat products, list ........................ .... 61
Compensation to employees in cooperative work, interpretations............. 76
Congressional increase of salaries, instructions............................... 53
Containers, inedible-grease, improper marking ................... ....... ... 33
Containers of veterinary biologics, labeling................................. 37, 63
Con\vevances, special, use in employees' travel............................ 79, 10
Cooperation among employees, article by T. P. White...................... 47-49
Cooperation with U. S. Food Administration in meat inspection, discontinued. 34
Cooperative work, compensation to U. S. employees, interpretations.......... 76
"Cooper's Lime-and-Sulphur Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies ............... ........................................ 23, 38
"Cooper's Saponified Cresol Solution," permitted as substitute for compound
solution of cresol, U. S. P.............................................. 89
Correspondence, from field stations, method of signature ..................... 37,65
Cote, Wilfred, entered on Roll of Honor.................................. 51
"Crasselli Lime-Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies ................................................... ... 38
"Creamo" on oleomargarin label, Supreme Court decision.................. 33
"Cre-O-Cris," permitted as substitute for compound solution of cresol, U. S. P.. 89
"Cre-Septic," permitted as substitute for compound solution of cresol, U. S. P. 89
"Crestall Dip," permitted as substitute for compound solution of cresol, U.S.P. 89
"Devoe Lime and Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies .................................................. 38
Dips-
permitted for cattle and sheep for scabies .............................. 23, 38, 74
permitted for cattle for ticks ......................... 6, 23, 38, 53, 74, 88, 101
Disinfectants permitted as substitutes for cresol compound, U. S. P........... 6,
65,74,88,114, 135
Dismissal and furlough of employees, method................................... 54
Division of Hog Cholera Control, inauguration ......................... ... 37
Dourine and horse-meat inspection............................................ 85


"Dow Lime-Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies..................................... ...............
"Eckman's Lime-Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies...................................................
Efficiency ratings necessary for promotion of employees......................
Employees-
compensation in cooperative work, provisions of act.....................
cooperation among, article by T. P. White..................................
dismissal and furlough, method........................................
extra fares on limited trains, payment............. ........... ..........
hiring social on\'iycance. when permitted.............................
in annual-leave status, allowance for Saturday lihlf holidays.............
injuries involving no loss of time, reporting.........................
in military service, reports of casualties requested......... .............
in travel status, expenses on holiday or Sunday.............................
leave, sick or annual, amendment ........................... .....
leave to attend G. A. R. encampment ............ ....................


38

38
92

76
47-49
54
126
79,90
91
143
65
89
26
75







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 149

Employees- Continued. Page.
on per diem basis, street-car fares....................................... 8, 42
on private travel, instructions ....................................... 42
payment. of tips in Georgia prohibited.................................. 55
promotion, ratings for, amended provisions ........................... 92
reinstatements, amendment to Civil Service rules...................... 28
removal or reduction, amendment to regulations ...................... 25
responsibility for government property.................................. 115
responsibility for U. S. funds collected.................................. 77
returning from military service, leave................................. 55
salary increase by Congress, instructions................................ 53
sleeping and parlor-car accommodations, new provisions................ 27
street-car and cab fares and baggage transfer at official stations............ 91
Sunday and holiday leave, instructions................................ 2';, 27
supplemental vouchers and claims, definitions......................... 77
telegraph and telephone charges for travel reservations.................. 14
telegraph rates inir,-ased. notice .................... .................. 55
transfer of household goods, bills of lading............................... 79
transportation requests, custody and use of ....-......................... 126
transportation requests, must be for official business...................... 12
travel expense., definitions........................................... 90
travel expenses for permanent and temporary duty..................... 78
use of appropriations to influence Congress prohibited................... 75
using cabs rather than street cars, explanation required.................. 8
using own motor vehicles, reimbursement ................. ............. 78
wearing apparel or "personal furnishings," otiicial purchase prohibited.... 127
who served in war, memorial, announcements ........................ 24, 52
Exports-
of animals to Canada, requirements and instructions..................... 20
of meat for personal use, certificates discontinued....................... 86
of meat packed in borax, certificates............................-....... 99
of sheep to Canada, requirements....................................... 123
of soft grease and tallow, restrictions removed... ....................... 11
of swine, immunized, new provisions .................................. 70
of swine to Canada, order in council.......................... ....... 8
Fares, extra, on limited trains, payment of .............................. 126
Feed and water requirements for live stock in interstate transportation....... 39
Field stations, correspondence from, method of signature .................... 37,65
Fiscal regulations, amendments to.......................... 55, 77, 78, 79, 90, 91, 126
Flies in inspected establishments, destruction .............................. 50
Florida cattle-tick law upheld........................................... 89
Form 5 vouchers, bills rendered on, instruction............................. 41
Form T-15, method of forwarding ......... .............................. 55
Franking privilege on return cards or envelopes limited..................... 105
Funds, U. S., collected by employees, responsibility for.................... 77'
Furlough and dismissal of employees, method................................ 54
G. A. R. encampment, leave of absence to attend, order .................... 75
Georgia, payment of tips prohibited in......................... ............ 55
"G.ermo-Cresolis," permitted as substitute for compound solution of cresol,
U, S. P .................... .......... ........... ......... ....... 89
Glanders and horse-meat inspection....................................... 85
Glands, body, of hog carcasses retained for tuberculosis, incision not required.. 111
"Glidden Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle for ticks................ 74
* "Glidden Shur-Shot Disinfectant," permitted as substitute for compound solu-
tion of cresol, U. S. P.................................................. 114
Glycerids in lards, laboratory investigation........................................ 10
Goats, feed requirements in interstate transportation....................... 39
Goods, employees', bills of lading for transfer.............................. 79
Grease and tallow exports, restrictions removed........................... 11
Grease, inedible, improper marking......................................... 33
"Hemingway's Alliance Brand Arsenical Cattle Dip No. 2," permitted for
official dipping of cattle for ticks ....................................... 101
"Hemingway's Alliance Brand Arsenical Cattle Dip," permitted for official
dipping of cattle for ticks................................................ 38
Hire of special conveyances for employees' travel................................. 79, 90







150 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.

Hog cholera- Page.
animals from which virus may be collected ......................... 63
control, Office of, changed to Division................. .............. 37
in imported swine, new regulation...................................... 6
in swine intended for Canada, order in council......................... 8
serum and virus, monthly quantities collected, 1916-1919........... 73, 101, 124
serum, clarification, requirements.................................... 141
virus, mixing and testing.............................................. 21
virus, use of.................................................................... 143
Hogs. See Swine.
Holidays and Sundays, travel expenses, ruling.............................. 89
Horse carcasses and parts, branding ....................................... 99
Horse meat, inspection .................................................. 85, 99
Horses-
feed requirements in interstate transportation................... .......... 39
for Canada, Mallein-test reports......................... .... ....... 21
inspection and testing for interstate movement .......................... 135
Household goods, transfer of, bills of lading................................ 79
Import animals, regulations governing, amendment.......................... 6
Import cattle, tick-infested, provisions governing admission .................. 7
Imports of beef-cheek meat, conditions..................................... 34
Injuries to employees, reporting.......................................... 143
Interstate-
movement of horses and mules, inspection and testing................... 135
transportation of live stock, new schedule of rations...................... 39
Iowa, necessary tips allowable in......................................... 143
"Karspray," permitted as substitute for compound solution of cresol, U. S. P. 89
"Key-State Disinfectant," permitted as substitute for compound solution of
cresol, U. S. P........................................................... 89
"Kiltik D," permitted for official dipping of cattle for ticks .................. 23
Labeling-
net weight on packages, amendment................................... 34
of lard stearin and hydrogenated lard................................. 34
veterinary biologics, requirements..................................... 37, 63
Laborers, unskilled, priority of service men in appointments................ 127
Lard, hydrogenated, and lard stearin, definitions............................ 34
Lard stearin, may be added to soft lard...................................... 10
"Lariat Arsenical Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle for ticks....... 6
"Lariat Cattle Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle and sheep for
scabies.............................................................. 38
"Latimer's Lime-Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies ............................ .......................... 38
Leave-
annual or sick, amendment to regulations............................ 26
for employees returning from military duty.......................... 5
for Saturday half holiday in annual-leave status......................... 91
Sunday and holiday, instructions..................................... 26, 27
to attend G. A. R. encampment, Executive Order........................ 75
"Licresolis," permitted as substitute for compound solution of cresol, U. S. P. 89
"Lilly's Lime and Sulphur Solution," permitted for orticial dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies..................................................... 38
Live stock in interstate transportation, new schedule of rations............... 39
Locks, Yale, reporting misuse, etc....................................... 43
Lymph glands of hog carcasses retained for tuberculosis, incision not required.. 111
Mail sacks, improper use of, warning........................................ 92
Mallein test-
of horses and mules for interstate movement .............................. 135
of horses for Canada, instruction......... ............................ 21
Marine Corps calendars and posters, distribution to field stations ............. 127
Marines, disabled, cooperation in vocational training ......................... 103
Marines, discharged, etc., preferential rights to appointments.................. 103
Marking-
improper, of inedible grease............................................ 33
net weight nn packages, amendment.................................... 34
of meats inspecvted f-r Navy ............................................ 120
of meats packed in borax.............................................. 61
"Martin-Senour Dip" 'same as "Kiltik D"), permitted for official dipping of
cattle for ticks ........................................................... 101







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 151

Meat inspection- Page.
branding horse carcasses and parts................................... ....... 99
coloring substances, list of those permitted........................... .. 61
cooperation with U. S. Food Administration revoked.......... ....... 34
destruction of flies................................................... 50
export certificates for boraxed meats .................................. 99
export meat for personal use, exemption ................................. 86
hog carcasses retained for tuberculosis, incision of body glands not required. 111
horse-meat inspection.................................................. 85
importation of beef-cheek meat, conditions.............................. 34
inedible grease, improper marking of .................................. 33
labeling hydrogenated lard ......................................... 34
lard stearin may be added to soft lard................................ 10
meat passed for sterilization, reporting.................................. 86
meat passed for sterilization and afterwards tanked for offal, reporting...... 34
meats for Navy, special mark on..................................... 120
meats packed in borax, marking .................................... 61
.Mettwurst classed as pork eaten without cooking........................ 121
moving-top tables and equipment.................................... 133
net weight and volume regulations, amendment....................... .. 34
oleomargarin cartons, omission of establishment numbers from............. 133
pickle for curing meats, requirements................................... 132
post-mortem examination of reacting cattle............................. 60
reporting carcasses and parts on M. I. Form 112-D....................... 98
samples of soaps requested............................................ 111
samples of vegetable oils, method of taking............................ .. 121
sausage eaten without cooking, curing methods ........................ 19
Supreme Court of U. S. decisions in 3 meat-inspection cases ............... 33
Meats-
exported for personal use, certification discontinued ..................... 86
for Navy, use of special mark......................................... 120
packed in borax, export certificates for .................................. 99
passed for sterilization and afterwards tanked, reporting................... 34
passed for sterilization, reporting.............. ........................ 86
Memorial to employees who served in the war, announcement ............... 24, 52
Mettwurst classed as pork eaten without cooking............ .... ....... 121
"Midland Cresol Compound," permitted as substitute for compound solution of
cresol, U. S. P ......................................................... 89
M. I. Form 110, method of reporting............................................ 86
M. I. Form 112-D, directions for reporting ..... ............................... 98
M. I. Form 161, instructions for forwarding.............................. 111
Military-
duty, leave for employees returning from............................ 55
service, casualties to employees, reports requested ..................... 65
service men, priority in appointments of unskilled laborers............. 127
Motor vehicles-
employees', reimbursement rates.................................... 78
private, travel expenses, definitions.............................. 90
Moving-top tables and equipment, requirements............................ 133
Mules, feed requirements in interstate transportation............................. 39
Mules, inspection and testing for interstate movement........................ 135
"National Lime and Sulphur Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies..................................................... 38
Navy-
calendars and posters, distribution to field stations....................... 127
meats for, use of special mark........................................ 120
Net weight and volume regulations, amendment............................ 34
"Niagara Lime and Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies ......................... ................ ....... 38
N icotin dips permitted for official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies......... 38
"NSCO Cresol Compound," permitted as substitute for compound solution of
cresol U. S. P...................... ................................... 65
Oils, vegetable, method of taking samples.............................. 121
Oleomargarin-
cartons, omission of establishment number from....................... 133
improper labeling, Supreme Court decision ............................ 33
Oleo oil adjudged to be meat-food product.................................. 33
"Orchard Brand Lime and Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of
cattle and sheep for scabies........................................... 38







152 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.

Page.
Orders and regulations in force January 1, 1920, list........................ 144
"Ortho Sprays Lime-Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies.... ............................................. 38.
Padlocks, bureau, reporting damage, etc..................................... 4
Paint, cold-water, improper use in marking grease containers................ 33
"Pennsylvania Railroad Saponified Cresol Solution," permitted as substitute
for compound solution of cresol, U. S. P ................................ 89
"Personal furnishings" of employees, official purchase prohibited............ 127
Pickle for curing meats, requirements.................. ................. .... 132'
Pork sausage eaten without cooking, new requirements for curing............. 19
Post-mortem inspection of cattle reacting to tuberculin test ................. 60
Promotion of employees, efficiency ratings necessary ......................... 92
Property-
Government, procedure when lost, damaged, etc ...................... 116
Government, responsibility of employees ............................... 115
Publications, requests by mail must bear postage............................ 105
Q. D. Form 55A, directions for use ......................................... 70
Railroad re.er\atinn-, use of local wires................... ...................... 14
Rations for live stock in interstate transportation .......................... 39-
Regulations-
administrative, amendments to............................ 25, 27, 55, 78, 91, 92
and orders in force January 1, 1920, list................................ 144
fiscal, amendments to................................ 55, 77, 78, 79, 90, 91. 126
property, amendments to ............................................ 115
Reimbursement for use of employees' motor vehicles......................... 78
Reinstatements of employees, amendment to civil-service rules............... 28
Removal or reduction of employees, amendment to regulations ............. 25
Reservations, travel, use of local wires for.................................... 14
Responsibility of employees for United States funds collected ............... 77
"Rex Lime and Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies...................... ................................ 38
"Richards' Lime and Sulphur Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle and
sheep for scabies ........................................................... 3
"Ridzol Compound Dip and Spray," permitted as substitute for compound
solution of cresol, U. S. P................................................ 135
"Rogers 50% Cresol Solution," change in name noted ....................... 6
"Rogers Tick-Dip D," permitted in official dipping of cattle for ticks........ 53.
Roll of honor ......................................................... 5,25,51
Sacks, mail, improper use of, warning ..................................... 92
Sailors-
disabled, cooperation in vocational training............................ 103
disabled, eligibility for positions........................................ 92'
discharged, etc., preferential rights to appointments..................... 103
Salary increase by Congress, instructions................................... 53
Samples of vegetable oils, method of taking ............................... 121
"Sapo-Cresol-Special," permitted as substitute for cresol compound, U. S. P.. 6
Saturday half-holiday, allowance in annual-leave status...................... 91
Sausage-
cereal and water content, decision of Supreme Court .................... 33
eaten without cooking, curing requirements............................. 19
Serum-
antihog-cholera, clarification, requirenemts............................. 141
antihog-cholera, quantities collected, 1916-1919................... 7.; 101, 124
Sheep-
exported to Canada, requirements..................................... 123
exports to Canada, dipping requirements, etc............................ 21
in interstate transportation, feed requirements............................ 39
"Sherwin-Williams 50% Cresol Solution," permitted as substitute for com-
pound solution of cresol, U. S. P.......................... ................ 89
"S herwin-Vill iams Lime-Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dilpiping of
cattle and sheep for scabies.............................................. 38
"Sherwin-Williams No. 15 Cattle Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies ....................... ....................... .. 38
"Sliur-Shot Cattle Dip," permitted for official dipping of cattle and sheep for
scabies ..... ....................................................... 74
Signature on correspondence from field stations, method..................... 37, 65
Simultaneous inoculations, pigs from which virus may be furnished.......... 63







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCED MENTS. 153

Page.
"'Skabcura," dip permitted for official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies.. 38
Sleeping and parlor-car accommodations, new provisions..................... 27
Soaps used in official establishments, samples requested..................... 111
Soldiers-
disabled, cooperation in vocational training............................... 103
disabled, eligibility for positions........................................ 92
discharged, etc., preferential rights to appointments ..................... 103
"Springdale Brand Lime-Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of
cattle and sheep for scabies ....... .................................... 23, 38
"Standard Soponified Cresol Solution," permitted as substitute for compound
solution of cresol, U. S. P..................... ............................ 89
Steamer reservations, use of local wires for................................. 14
Stearin, lard. may be added to soft lard................................... 10
Stearin made from lard, definition........... -............................. 34
Stephens, Russell A., entered on Roll of Honor ............................ 25
Sterilization-
meat passed for and subsequently tanked, reporting ..................... 34
meat passed for, reporting......................................... .... 86
Street car-
and cab fares at official stations, amendments.......................... 91
and cab fares of employees, notice..................................... 8
fares for employees on per diem allowance............................... 42
Sunday and holiday leave, instructions.................................... 26, 27
Sunday and holiday travel expenses, ruling.................................. 89
Supreme Court of UT. S., decisions in 3 meat-inspection cases................. 33
Swine-
carcasses retained for tuberculosis, incision of body glands may be omitted 111
exports to Canada, reporting tests........................................ 21
feed requirements in interstate transportation .......................... 39
for furnishing hog-cholera virus......................................... 63
immunized, care at public stockyards.................................... 73
immunized. for export, new provision................................... 70
imported. amendment to regulations.....--..--.............-............ 6
intended for Canada. changes in regulations.............................. 8
Tables, moving-top, requirements for installation ............ ................ 133
Tallow and grease exports, restrictions removed.............................. 11
Telegraph and telephone charges for travel reservations........................ 14
Telegraph rates increased, notice---..............-.......---...........--.. 55
Texas-fever quarantine, places where cattle may be shipped for slaughter..... 37, 65
Thermometers, clinical, and cases, instruction................................ 41
Tick. See Cattle tick.
"Tic Tox," dip permitted for official dipping of cattle for ticks................ 88
Tips--
in Georgia. payment prohibited......................................... 55
necessary, allowable in Iowa.......-................................... 143
to cab drivers and chauffeurs not allowed................................ 91
Transfer fares at official stations, amendments................................ 91
Transportat ion-
of live stock, new schedule of rations .................................. 39
req guests, custody and use of ............................................ 126
requests must be for official business.................................... 42
requests. sleeping and parlor-car, new provisions ......................... 27
Travel-
by special conveyance, when permitted ................................. 79, 90
expenses as affected by permanent or temporary duty...............-- .... 78
expenses, definitions................................................... 90
expenses on Sundays and holidays....................................... 89
private, of employees, instructions .......................--.......--.... 42
reservations, use of local wires for ....................................... 14
Tuberculin, commercial, requirements for labeling...................-- ...... 37, 63
Tuberculin test-
of animals for Canada, instructions ...---..-.........- ............-...... 21
post-mortem examination of reacting cattle ............... ............. 60
requirements for cattle exported to Canada............................ ... 123
Tuberculosis-free accredited cattle exported to Canada. certification........... 123
Tuberculosis, retained hog carcasses, incision of body glands not required..... 111
"Union Lime and Sulphur Solution," permitted for official dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies..................................................... 38







BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUS


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"Upon Honor Lime-Sulphur Wash," permitted for official dipping of cattle
and sheep for scabies...................................................... 38
U. S. Food Administration, cooperation in meat inspection discontinued...... 34
U. S. funds collected by employees, responsibility for......................... 77
"Van Schaack's Liquid (resolis Comp., permitted as substitute for compound
solution of cresol, U. S. P............................................. 89
Virus-
ho~-cholera, mixing and testing..... ............................ 21
hog-cholera, quantities collected, 1916-1919..................... 73, 101,124
hog-cholera, use of...... .................................... ....... .. 143
Vocational district offices, list.................................................... 104
Vocational training for disabled service men, cooperation in................. 103
Vouchers and claims, supplemental, definitions.................. ............. 77
War memorial for department employees....................................... 24, 52
War Savings Stamps posters, d distribution to field stations.................... 127
Water content of sausage, decision of Supreme Court....................... 3
White, J. P., article on The Value of Cooperation Among Employees.......... 47-49
Whittle, Ernest C., entered on Roll of Honor .............................. 25
Yale padlocks, reporting damage; etc....................................... 43
















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