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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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Us. libritattcpthtes Depar t~ure ,










SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.

AUGUST, 1919.




[Thiis publiention is ihsued mionthly for thc dissecminatio~n of informalltionl. inl-trus lion=l,
rulings, etc., coucerningr the work of the Bureau of Animal In~dustryv. Fe itiuin
limited to persons in the service of the Ileareau. etalblishmentsx at w\hichi the Federal
mueat inspection is c~onductred, publllil offijcC'rs whose dulties mlakeC it d1esirable1 fml themII to:
have such information, andl journals 1 spec~ially~ toutcernrd. Others desiring~ copliieS may
obtain them from tho Sup~erintendent of Docurnouts. Covjrnment P'rinting Office'. Wash-l
ington, D. C., at r cents each, or 30 cent;; a year. A supply will be sent to cach utlicial
in charge of aI htatio nl or branch.l of thle burel'auL so~lv'ice. whoL *la~uld prmply''uI~ dicrib~ute
copies to member's of hlis foruc. A~ 1110 shoruldl he kept ~t e ach.I -tatio~n fo~r ref. r.*n .*.].


CONTENTS.


Changes in dlirectory_ 84
Notices r~egardingr meat inspections.
Inlspection of equinie ment._ 83
Exportation of meat for per-
sonal use without export cer.
tificate_.. __-____~....._ SG
Method of reporting on 31. I.
F'orm 110, Mleats passedl for
sterilization_ ____ __ __ 80
Animals slaughtered under Federal
meat inspection, July, 1910----. 80
Imports of food animals and of
meats and meat food products .._ 80
Inspection and testing of animals
for Canada... ......... .----_ 87?
Foreign officials authorized to sign
inspection certificates for meat
and products for importation into
the United States--_------.. 87
Licenses for veterinary biological
products ..... _... ...__ 88
Permitted dips for cattle......... 88

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P'Cari t~itd di--infedrc ,ll tz ___.... _
Flrd ii.k law phcld bly S11-
Iprc-me ('urt _... __ __
Travclezlcnr~-. __005' --- ----------
Trave~ling esp.*noses for boat, bicycle,
mo1Ctorgel.SP ..' aIuto~mc bilce.... .
Ofiehours nalSatrda half
hiolid ays _____ __
Street car fare and Ice agrne tran ~fer
at ofici al stati oln s.. __ ....
Eligibility of diab~lledl soldiers or
seniors for piosition~ ,oticienucy
ratings ... ... ....__ ___
Improper use of mail ac~ks -__
Status of tick eradication in vari-
ous States, July, 113019... .._
Results of prosecutions for viola-
tions of~ laws.--.. ..... ....
Publications in July---_-__
Organization of the B~ureau of Ani-
manl Industry..................-


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84 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. Ldugust,

CHANGES IN DIRECTORY.

Meat Inspection Inaugurated.

*:335 Bonlnock Pack~ing Companny (Inc.), Pocatello, Idaho.
*:821 Strnuss, Schick; & Strauss, 300 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyln, N. Y.
348Y Boston Sa~usage & Prov\ision Co., 161-163 Blacksatone Street, Boston, Alass.
299 Cr~ownl Food P'roducts; Corpor~lation, 1217i Eddy Street, Providence, R. I.
285 Liberty Sausage Corporation. 48s0 Clinton Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
854 III. E. Sampson, 1419 Nesquchoning Street, Easton, Pa.

Inspection of Horse Meat and IHorse-meat Products Inaugurated. r

E ;50 The Cincluonti Pa'cking Comanuy, 2011 Branch Street, Cincinnati, Ohiio.
Meat Inspection Withdrawn.

7i23 Fredl Frey, 20)11 Branch Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
*4-6 FaRrmters' Cooperative Packlinga CompDanyv, M~adison, WTis.
92 W'hat Cheer Chemical Co., 188 Grotto Avenue, Pawtuckiet. R. I.
*436 Southern Serum CompanyS, Westplains, RIlo.
3-VV Sw~ift & Companuy 13th and Glisan Streets, Portland, Oreg.

Changes in Addresses of Oflicial Establishments.

1041 Iowan Packing Coa. and Fuller Packcling Co.; mail, P. O. box 1476, Des
bloines, Iow~n, instead of 301 Securities Building.
420 Chr~istian Grozinger, 195 Wilson Avenue, Broioklyno, N. Y., instead of 195
Bam~bur~g Avenue.

Changes in Names of Ollicial Establishments.

072 The Tenisonu Clompany (and J. Delgadlo Mlanufac~turing Co., subsidiary),
22212~'18 South Harwrood Street, Dallas, Texi., instead of the J. Del-
gado Manuofacturing Co.
*135 Armour &: Co~mpanyv, Tiffonl, Ga., as par~ent c~omp~n an and place Tifton
Pack~ing~ Comlpalny~ with subsidiaries, other siubsidinary companies re-
manining thle same.
701 M~orris & C'ompa~nyi (and Providenlce Churning Co., subsidia ry), 15-17 Jack--
son Street, Providen~ce, R. I., instead of Prov>idence Chlurning Co.
219 Fort Dearborn Pack~ing Co?., 5262 South Hal~sted Street, Chiecngo, Ill., in-
stead o~f F. L. Hoi~t'lnmn Packring Comlpanya.

Changes in Addresses of Inspectors in Charge.

Dr. Wr. F. Riles, Capitol Buildingp, Frankfort, KyS., instead of Federal Buildin~g.
Dr. Halp~h Grahamli,' T Federal Buiilding, Jefferson City, RIo., instead of Capitol
Building.
Dr. G;. WV. Bultler, 316 F~ederal Buiilding, Indinnapolis, Ind~., instead of 315-316
Federal Buildling.
Change of Official in Charge.

RIloscow\\, Idatho, Dr. 'll. W~. Hulghesi, insteadl of Dr. W~. Y. Glaisyer.

Station Added.

Pocatello, Idahlo, meat inspection, Dr. Ber~nardc Johnson, care Bannlock- Pack~ing
Compa ny.
Station Discontinued.
M~adison, W\is., me~At inspection.

Conducts slaughtering.









1910.]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNC'EMENTS.T


Note.

MeCat Inspection exitendedl at E~stablishmentll 71, Indlian Pa'cklinlg C(mpanylll, Gr~ee
Bay, Wis., to include~ Indianl Pa;ck-ing Corpo~ration.



NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION.

INSPECTION OF EQUINE MEAT.

The act of Conugress makling ar ppropriniatio for the Deatl:l'ulwntl of Ahgi-
culture for thle tiscal yea~l tr enin~ Junle 30, 1920,, carries a p~rov\irilon for thle
inspection of equine utent inl the ma~nnler. prov~l\ided in the nient-insperction~ act
of June 30j, 1000. It is also, prov.,\ided' that elluinle meat and meat f(,ndt products
shall be labeledl, malrkted, bI.rand~ed, o' taggel '" Horse meat or H-lorse-ment;
product." Thle Solic-itor has ruled thant equine meat as referredl to in the
appropriation noct avp~llies only' to thle mIeat of horses, and not to that of nlules,
burros, or other similar anlinanlS.
Amuendmuent 93 to B. A. I. Order 211 provides thalt the Fedral men-inpec
tion r'egulaltiOs; shall b~e? applli~nbll e to the sloughterr l of hor.,ecs and tler meat and
meat fuood prod,~uct th~leref in the same manner uls said Ir_ubstiants. apply to
cattle, sheep', s\il-ie, or rcoats~ and trhe meat and1( meat food prlOduc~tS thereof,
w'ithl the ex~eltions~ shown, in theI folllow\ing~ ninnherled.t puru.1.::ruphs:I
1. Horses slarurhteredzt on the farm alnd the mleat ;II( llmeatt food
pro~cduc.ts thereof ;rndl horse meat and meat food plollrodet supplied to
customersl by retail butchers and retail dealers are unlt ownSptlll from in-
spC;Lt' ionl.
2. Horses and the meat and meat products derived therefroml shall be
sinulgrhtered,, prepnredl, and handled in ettbllishllnentst sep~arate anid apart
fromt any establishment in whichr~l cattle, sheep, ev\iner. Or youts.C are
slaughtered or the meat and meat food plrodruc.ts thereof atre prepar~~~ed or
handed.
3. Certnin diseases and conditions to which horses are particularly
subject are euumerlated andc horses or their carcasses s~o alffc-ted~ shall be
condemnedl.
4. All horse meat or meat food products shall be c~onspicuound ly markedl
"L Horse meat or "' Horrse-menlt product."
5. T1he domestic meat; label anld the export stamp~l for horse meat and
mleat food products sha;Ill be distinctivet in color and wocl~lurdin.
G. An export horse-meat stamp or stamps and horse-meat cer~ltitica~te
shall be issued for each export consignment of horse meat or meat food2
prodluc~ts.
All horses which are sus~pectedl of be~ings infectedl with or expo edrc~ to ganders
shall be tested with mzalliein. Adequate facilities and assistants for hlandline
the animnis shalla be furni~shedt by one~inl establishments, as provided in, Regu-
lation 7i, sectionu 5. Twon methrods are r~ecognizedt for official testing, namely, the
ophthalmic melthodll and( the in~tradermic uw~thod~t. The t~chlniqueP of testing~ for
glander~s is set ou~t inl hullreau Ipublication Ai. I. 3.1 entitledl "'IlTh Ophtha~lmic and1
IntademicTess fr amulrs. Te ophithalmii i ic method is the one usually
empl'loyed alul nl linI(lei for.l thliS purpose-~ will be furnishled to inspNetors uponll
request.
A:ny ichors wh-ich upon~l phyion1icl insplection, is suspected of beingll afffectedl
with dlour~ine should be hlehl for ful~lrthe examination. Serum. should be secured
and submnittedl to thle Washlington otice~ for th~e compllelnent- fixrationz test, as
contemplated in bureau instructions entitled The Collection of Blood Serum.
for Laboratory Diagnosis."'










86 BUREAU OF ANI1VIAL INDUSTRY, [August,

EXPORTATION OF MEAT FOR PERSONAL USE WITHOUT EXPORT CERTIFICATE.

Amuendmnent 10 to B. A. I. Order 211 amends paragraph 1, section ,3, of
Regulation 24 by thle insertion of the phrase and small quantities exclusively
for thle personal use of the consignee and not for sale or distribution after
the woruld stores in the fifthl line of that parraaoph. and thus provides for
thle forwafllrding to all1 for~eignu countries of smaall quantities of mlent or ment
frood prod(1~uct. 2 exCllusively~ forL thle peronn a luse of the consjignee and not for
sale or' distr'ibtioni, without expocrt certificates.
This nmendulentrii is issuedl in accordance wvith the provisions of law\ for thle
purol'le~ of re~liev'ing the meat-inspection service of the arduous tluty~ of issuing
certificates for export consignments of meat and mieat food products above
dscr~jtibed forwardedlct by parcel post, exp7ress, or otherwTise, the enor~tmous demand
for which has recentlyy dev\elopedr and is overtaxsing the bureaur forces;.
Illnspectors inl charge olf meaCt inlspectionl wi'll confer' w\ith representatives o~f
transportaltion comipainis and of the Post Office and~ Treasury Departmuents,
and with others inlterested~, in their districts, with the view to a clear under-
Standlina of the ame~llnrndmnt in ordrl, thant therep may~ be lno inlterlfel~rene writh the
transp~ortation andl ex~or~tation of the consignmlenlts in question without export
certifientes being issued~ therefore.

METHOD OF REPORTING ON Mli. L FORM 110, HEAT PASSED FOR STERILIZATION.

The M. I. Form 110O should show the actull quantity of ments pr~ocerssedt from
product passed for sterlilizaltion, in accordance withr sc~ction 3 of Regulation
15, in the proper columns on the report designated Product prlepanredl from
meat pafssedl for scterlilization."' If any other meat or prodluct is added to the
meat passed for sterilization, the quantity of suchl meat or product used should
be recorded in. the proper columns provided for entering the quantities of
meats passed unconditionally.



ANIMALS SLtAUGHTERED UTNDIER FEDERALL MEAT INSPECTION,
JULY, 1919.


Station. Cattle. Calves. Sheep. Goats. Swine.

Chiago...................... ............... 177, 816 52,119 358, 423 77 534,924
Fort Worth.... .................. .......... 03, 331 7 7 90125 445
Kansas C~ity............ .. ................. 103.35 1,73. 89 010 7458 27,45,
National Stock Yards.... .................. .ij,-.~ 9"3 2325 95.0164 459 125, C51
Ornaha. ..,................ ........,........ 80, 092 13, 791 157, 347 15 212, 620
St. Louis. ................... ..,........... 16, 773 3. 839 10, 933 .......... 89, 223
Sioux Cit~y........ ................. ........ 23 106 3,319 12 933 )..,.......... 123, 11.~3
South St. Joseph .................. ........ 30, 472 8,023 19,01.6G 2 139, 971
Allother estab~lishm.n~It;. .................. 308, 076 218,146 361, 119 703 35,7
Total: July, 1919.. ........,.......... s. 5%, 1% 409. 423 1, 141.*, 4164 2, 213 2, 884, 32.i
July, 1918. ................... 1, 010, 9s2 3.0 71 f., 113 9,791 2, 940, 191
7 monthsd ended July, 1919... ,.37 0 2, 31 1, *3. G. 2;5, t.6 37, 740 27, I1J, 032'
7 months c 840e.1 July, 1918....- ii 3,612 3,<9 05!, I22 5,340 23, 991, 059


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS.
TPhe staftements followr~ing~ show the imports of foodl animals and of meats and

meat food pro'~ducts inspe~rcted by the Bureau of Animal Industry during July,
19193, with figures for other periods for c~omparison.n





















































































FOREIGN OFFICIALS AUTHORIZED TO SIGN INSPECTION
TIFICATES FOR MEATT AND PRODUCTS FOR IMPORTATION
THE UNITED STATES.


__


SERVICE AND REGULATORYT ANNOUNC'EM1ETS.


IIrports~ of foorl f~itillittl8.


1910.]


I 7


3 .,901


(loatS.




"sta.1
7(Is


M exaito....... .. .. .. ..
Canad.l1 1... ... .. .III .......... .. . .
GreatI IJliI\li............................ ................... ...
1*.1 Jull 1919.......................................
Julyi~h 19 5........... 1:.... ................... ...
i month~ en Iled July, 191:s..........


Cattle.


4.005
31,091
II I

71:, 00
4'.07 I,
3"shll
131,j02


Intpor/.1 of >>tt *FI (IIII stif(II [Got? proditel.1:


andll lln*l. p~rodritic1.



Pon Po al.


..1 1 (.!11.570


'Tu! .Il
weight.


1


Flreh and1 refrIT1rrated~l


(cunlt r:, of Isport.


IL:1~. O?


Posit. uP


Paul...
r::43,tITS
.5'.4.1sis
4,1'J.1.2.11
Jri.1,270
313.213

5,tus.3,291
7,1.11.207
ti.*,121,nos
31,7tio..lu2


Alrgrutina..................... ...... ...
AlI I ~rdia~l.........................
f'unnel3.................... ............ ..
Irligiany~................... .........
Otherl coun tries.. . .

TIul'Jl. Jul, 1919. ....................
Jilly. 1918.. .................
Imoo thsonded July 191....
Smouthsr ended July, 1918....


INSPECTION AND TESTING OF ANIMALS FOR CANADA.


Thet follow\ing cha~nges. ha\t 1se~n unamle ini ther li t o~f p~~ru-i-inl \'rtedlintoriansl


horses, muules, anld usx~tes intended~t fl.lr exprt tol Canada~li:

Names Added to List.


Dr. Mark~l BI. Johnuson, ITlel'Dne'r, Oresr.
Dr. R. nI. Manst, Coeuir dl'Alene, Idahlo.
Dr. W'. T. Pritchard, North Platte, Ne~br.

Name Removed from List..

Dr. J. G;. Aunand, Dulutl, Mlinn.


CER-
INTO


The follow-ii ng re~ othlit~ion to, the lidt oif uinutes. :uhire-

certificates o~f insptctriojn forL Inen~t and1 mea~t food prDI(IUstsj offered'C for' inilllnetai-
tion into the United Stateus.





LICENSES FOR VETERINARY BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS.

The follow~ing chal~nges ha~ve bee~n made in the list of licenses for the mlanu-
facture of vetejrinar~y biological products for the yvear 1918 under the act of
Congress of Ma~r('h 4, 1913 (37i Stalt.. 832 ), and the regulations made thereunder
(B. A. I. Ordier 196, :
Licenses Issued.


LiWeDate. Namc and address of firm. Prod uct s.


BUREAU OF ANI1VIL INDUSTRY.


[Angust.


Country, name, and address.


Signature.


*B;~ ~~~



~4~5~t~-a


CAN.1.4D.

S. G. Bignht, 1127 Kecele Street, Toro~nto,
Ontario..~..... .......... .............
S. H. Kiesten, 711 Boy-d Building, W'innd-
peg, Masnitobja.....................
M. H. Miiller, care Swift Ca3nadlian C'o.
s.(Ltd~i a~drn Itn. Al~ra el/ onio
Ontario..............................


Au~g.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.


Pitman-Mooire Co., ncar Zion3\ville, Ind......
The Cutter Laboratory, Sixth and Grayson
St reet s, Ber keley, Calfl.
The Roya:l Biological L.sboiratories, Twlflth
and ~c~;er Streets, Kansid City, b10.
Ther E~ale Lablorat~one .- 512 I'ortsmouth
Buildingq, Ka~nsas Clr;.Kn.
Thie E. R. Alexander tlelr Serum Co, 2109
Randnd Avernue, Kansas3 Cit y1, Mo~.
Thle Nat~ional \'accine & Serton C.o., 301j E~ust
L-r!. Vegasl St reet, C'olorardu Sprin gs, C'olo.
The I...hnson Seruml Co., norrthiet corner
Grind andledt~erson 911 et :,Topck1,Kans


Alastatis mixed barctorin (for cattle);
trep-staph-coli brterin (for cattle).
hiixed bacterin rabbitss).
Abortion mixed vaccine (blorine);
polvvalent mixedl raccine (eqtune r.
Bernorrhagic-sepl icemia bactrerin rfor


Hemorrhagit*-septhc.emia bacterin (for
catt le).
.1mntlog-cholera Ferumn; hog-cholera


PERMITTED DIPS FOR CATTLE.

"'Tic TaxS,"' manuI11fatl.-uredl 0.1 Baiird( &i Mc~(~uire (Inci.), HolbrookOL~ MaSs., is
permiittedl by~ the~ depar~lltmen'lt in thle alticial dipiping of cenitle for ticks. Th'le dilu-
tion for d~ipllainlz Ittlr for inlters~tate invenienl~lt is '1 g1llo of dipl to lnot m1o'e
than 127 ga~lllane of wa.ttr'~. This liliitionr \\'ill glield a1 6oltioin conitaninlig not

"Atlas (`attle~ Dip. Impllr..ll'1." n1I;1ndnerltullred byS Chlipmanl Chem'lical E~ngri-
neering C~o. (Inc:.I. II.-, Lib-rlt? Streett. New~ YOrki N. Y., is permlitted byS thle de-
partment inl thie olit-inif c~lilppiing of cattle fo~r tic~ks. Thle dilution for dipping
cattle for interctate mlovement11 is 1 Xgallon orf d~ip to noi~t molr~e than1 127 gallons of
water. This lilutionl \\111 !ield a sollutio~n rcolntainingg nc-t less than 0.22 pcr cernt
actual ar~~li. llnit ns oxide.


PERMfITTED DISIN FECTANTS.

The following i;; a re\visedt list of sup~onified crosol solutions for the use of
w\\hichi thie bureau ha gl~ran'lrted permiission as substitutes fo>r comploundrl s;olution
of cruel. U. S. P.. inl the generl'n disinfection of cars, J-ards, and olther premises,
in acc~ordanlce with B. A. I. Order 263.







I i~

1910.1 SERVICEi AND R~EGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 89

"Atlas 50%;' Cresol CompoundIIC,") Chlipman~ Chaniiical Engineering Co. (Inc.), 93i
'Liberty Street, New~ Y'orl city.
Barrett's Cresol Compal~llnad," The Harirett C'o., New Yor~k, N. Y.
Cooper's Suplonitiedl 'Irosol Solution,"" Wm'. Coope~rl & Neplhews~ C'hicngo, I1ll

"' Cpr-Sleptic,"' Then. I'. HubelrtsoillI'~n Procts Co(,., Chng.llc~, i.
"' Cr1estalll Dipi," Balil~lrd & M~C~uirc, Boston, Mass~~.

"( Kne.ol-(.prnys," S' 11-estll Divinfes :1Ctin Co.,llf New Yo, N. Y.l~lS I)

Kie~-State Dis~inlfctnult." Inlters'tate ('hemienl C'o., Jer~sey City, NT. J.
~icesolis," Wes~t Dli.--inlf'cctlctigC .,N w Y r .Y
M\idinlan Creso~l ('lllcllllupond. Mid~latull Chem~llien:l Coc., Dubuque, Iowa.
"' NRCO'1 CreSI.I c.cl llcmpousl." Naltiolnn $Supply~ Co(, B~irmingham,111 Afla.
"' Penulsylvaniai Railroadl~ soonll~litiedl CrIe~vol So~lutiol," P~ennsylvania Railroad
Co., Altoona, Pa.
Suplo-Cresol-Spetciall." ~'~~lcremolin Disin~fecting= Io., St. Louis, >TIn.
H~oger's 500'< Cresol So~lutionl," Detro'it 11-hite' Lead~ Wo~rks, Ch~icago,., Ill.
Sherwnin-W'illiams Ginl",; ('~ Prsl Slution,," 'IlTh Sher\\i n-WVilliamus Co., C'hicango,

Standal~rd Soponuitiedl (.resol.l So~lution," TIhe $[tandard'~ ChemliCal1 Co., TueInnII;,
Waslth.
"'~l )an chnul~ckl's ~iquid ('resalis (~compl.," Plerltl \'an1 Sc~haackl~ & lions, C~hi-
cago, Ill.


FLORIDA TICK LAW\t UPHELD BY SUPRElIlE COURT.



eradlientionl in tha~t Staitc. Thln Iie las- renting thet Sitatr' liver-stnek~l sanitary board

bonrd to plromlulgalte rulles andII regulal~tionslc forl c-lllarrin~ on the wrorki of tick
erdcto.Thet staltutc frthelrl prnvlideslC tha;t noI conspulsoryljll2 tick-er~adica3tion
w\ork( or couilrllllory drilppin"r o.f cattle shanll ber ene1riod onl inl anyl country until ain
election is heldl in the Ccounty mulll a1 ma1jOr'it' of tht e~l~ectors vote in favor of
comp~ulsory ticki-eradliicaionI work; andl comlpulsjory cattle dipping. Certain. cattle
belonging- to Baileyl w-ere no.t dlippled in ac~cordanllce w\ith the regulations prescribedl
by the live-stoc~k sanitary boarlLd. andlt bez was prosecutedl for violation of the regu-
lations. As a dlefense Bailey nttackied the con.;titutio:nality of the statute and
the vanlidiity of the election held in Es~cnlmbin~ Coulnlty thecreunderr. T~he supreme
court deccided thant there was no( delegeationl of legislatives power and- t~hat th
live-stock sanitar'y board actedl withiin its authority~ inl prescribinlg the regulaltionsl-
for the dipping of cattle. Thle court further heldl thlat the election. held in Escaml-
bla C'ounty~ was legally softcient to~ put the statute~ inl operation in, that county.
Thle tick;-el~raicatio n law\\ was thus fully\ uphleldl both as to the matter of local
elections andlt thet p~ower of, the S~tate livc-- tookl sanitaryg board to makre necessary
rules mull I~~reglations for ar;1rying it into cffct~.



TRAVEL EXPENSES.

Thle follow\ing~ questions was;1 submitted\ by! rlth Selcretary~ of the T~en.sury on
nlay 28, 1919. to thle Complltrolle~r of the Treasluryg for,1 a decision: Is an em-
ployeec of thle Internal-R~evenue~r Serv\ic~e entitlell to Ireim~bursement for cost of
transportation to his home on the eve of a Sundlay or hloliday and return to
his work in time for duty on Mo~cnday morning or the day after the holiday,










90 BUREAU OF ANIM AL INDUSTRY'. [August,

provided the amount thereof does not exceed the probsble cost of his sub-
sistence expenses if hie hiad remained at his place of employment? "
Under date of June 12, 1919, the Comptroller of the Treasury~ rendered a2
decision on thle question, the syllabus of which reads as follbws:
An em~ployee in a travlr~~ status who, for personal reasons, leaves his place
of duty ov-er Sulndays or hotlidays m~ay not receive reimbursement of the cost
of transportation inculrredl, although the amount does not exceed the probable
cost of sublsistencer to which hie would have been entitled had he remained at
such place o~f dulty'."
In view of this decisions, w~hichi applies to all departments of the Govern-
ment, emp~loyees in a travel status wvho leave their places of duty to spend
a Sunday or holiday at home enn not Inwrfullyv be reimbursed for the cost
of the transportation incurredl if, following the Sunday or holiday, they re-
turn to dtyit ait the same place.
In case an emplloy~ee~ does nolt re'tur'n to durty at the samre place from spend-
ing a Sunday or holiday ait home b~ut returns in the same general direction
to a near-by point, due allowannce will be made for the transportation ex-
pense hie w\ourld hav~e inlcurredl hadr he gone to that near-by point from his;
previous place of duty andi not from his homne. In this event the railwayg
fare from the previous place of dfuty to the place the employee began duty
after spendling the Sumrlay~ or holiday at hiome mlay be clalimued in his reim~-
bursemlent neeo.unt p~rovidedc it is accomlpaniedl w\ith a br~ief statemient of the
facts, aprprov'ed by~ the inspe~cctor~ in charge or supIervising officiall.



TRAVELING EXPENSES FOR BOAT, BICYCLE, MOTORCYCLE, OR
AUTOMOBILE.

Section (f) of paragraph1~1 86 oif the Fiscal Repulations, as nmendel d (Serv-
ice and RegulatoryY Anino~uncements for July, 1919, p,. 79). has been further
amended by Memoram.lunl~lm 291 of the Sec~retary's' On~c~e, effective Relptember
2, 191.9, to read as follows:
86. Actual Ir~a rrling exr a ve.9s defined.- ( j) Exrep~t us p~rov\idedlr in paragrap~h
86 (9), special comeanlg~lcce, suchl1 as live~ry. o~r thle hire of a boa~t, bicycle, miotor-
cycle, or nlutomblel~,1, mayi~ hez empllrl~loe wheln no~ publllir or regular mleans of

portation canl not bec used~t as nava;r lntwoonslyI~ in ther inters'.*st o~f thre G(-vern-
ment. E~nipllloyees using their II.wnI vehirclrs in o~fficial w~orkl in n(cll-rda;nc~e withl
parn raphlll 214I of thle Ashnri rist rativ'e Rom~ulat iol ns ms. in thle ca;;e of muotor'-
prlop~elledl veclesl~u unrless graln tedl reimblll1?ICUrsemen forl such'J us~ a t mli 'lfeag
rates (not exceedliing 3 ciints per mlile for a molctorl;ole an ;I rents p~l~~er mile

certificate settine fo~rthi ther her th t the~ chase for;1'~ P ASolinie :11l riil wash
arrived at by actual :neaurawn 4(1Pl( t~!;I hotli thle beeinnling~ and(' p1u l f thle o~fi-
cial trip. Thc nIlrnze~ o)f 1'ach1 trip rlhouhi~ also;( bit plainlly stated. In addi-




becomes necessary ait pc~inlts oltherl thanIl articin orL temporary;1'~ headquarII Iter's.
Where it becomes unnecessary~ by' I'asnl of br~eake~lownls. impassnb:IJle' roads, or1
mirIingr to have vehicde towedc~ par Itl\ Or. und.er' exstl;raordinaryl L'Circl'1umancllles,
entirely- to destination, Ireimbursementlel~ mlay he mlade fo~r rea~;sonble;l exnslrre
of such towag~e. but a1 ll sch chalrrges musot bie fullly expllainled,, and endsl case
will be considered oin its mnerits. No allow\anlce or reimibursemuent wvill be
madce for the cost orf repairs or Irepi~ncoent s to any vehicle, or for~ towage of
samne to any placee for, the purpose of hlaving repairs made. If, hlow\ever, it is
possible to have thle vehicle repair~ed at a1 place onl the direct route to destinua-
tion,. towage charges to suchl place w\ill not be construed as incurred primarily
for that purpose alnd may, as8 herein provided, be allowed.










1919.] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. Q1

OFFICE HOURS AND SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAYS.

Paragraph 99 of thle Admlinistrative Regullationls of this dlepnrtmient, revised
to August 1, 1918, relating to the amount of alnunul leave which is to be
charged against employees when they are inl an annuall-leave status on Satur-
days occurring between Julne 15 and September 15 of eac~h year, ap~plies to em-
ployees in thle field as well as employees in thle District of Columbia. It should
be understood, however, that bureaul empyloyees are not entitled to Saturdlay
half hlolidays during that period if their~ services should h~e reqluilredl.
The foregoing revrokes instructions under the caption Office hours and
Saturday half holidays in Service alnd Regrulactory Announcements for Janu-
ary, 1917, page 19.


STREET CAR FARE AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER AT1C O'FFICIAL
STATIONS.

Memlorandumll 2S9 of tle? secretary's o~ffice, elffetive Augrust 1, 1919, further
amends sections (p,) and (q) of parag1l'iraph SS, a~nd selection (e) of panragraph
86 of thle Fiscal Regula7tio.ns, as amendedrl~c by3 M~emorand;lllum 271, date April 1,
1919, to read as follows:
Par. 83. (p) Street enr, trnnder coach, omnuibus, cab, enrrin1ce, and taxsicab,
fares, inl amount not exceedliing Inedlly pireva~iling raltes, except wvhen incurredl
between phesc ofI lodg~ing, or where mlentls ar1e taknl~, andl place where dutyV is
to be p~erformledl Isee see. i) : Prroridel. That where durty is performed at more
than one place (In any one d:ay street enar olcr ther fores ma~y be~ allowed between
such places of dulty: Providedl also, Thant satisfac~tory explanations as to
necessity accompanyll) charges for taxicab ojr other mleanls of transpolrrtation more
expensive tha~n street car~s: Provrided,. hrolrr~or, That anr employee may properly
choose his r~esidenc~e inl n subrbiI of hris offic~ial station, and personal transfers
will be allow\edl betw\een sulch retsidencer andt thle dep'Iot at Iliis official station at
the befiinninp andt termuinatio:n of offlicial tenvovl. Paymrents in excess of 50
cents dlue to hiigher locally prevailing rates muust be explninedJ in wvriting;
(q) Transfer of baggage at locaflly prevafiling ra~tes for one piece of personal
baggage, andll for' ea;chl additional piece of baggagec rcontaininer Government
propertyL o1 ~'i'lr private propr~ty forl Gov~\ernmntlC~l use: P'ror-ide d. how~erer, That
an emp~loy~ee niny piropIerly choosel~ his residence in a sublurb of his official sta-
tion, andc transfers~ of Illrrnance w\ill be alllowedt between *uch res~Hide~ure andi thei
depot at hiis official stations at th~e bleeinning andt termirnation of onefin-i; travel.
(For rates in~ thle D~iirict of C'olumblial, see Alppendlix G.) Payment.<~t in excess
o~f 50, cents duel to, hichrrl lood;lly prcevilingn ra;tes: must1JO\; )le 1 exlane in WE DEr.
Par'. 86. Irl Str~eet rr. tllrnfer cow~ch. omn~illmls, cmbl. nc-rri;\ce. or taxricatb
fares w'ill b~e allowed~c for each p-ers~onal tralnsifer if thle charge is not in excess
of loodlly preva\';ilingt ratesr: P'r'?ridedr. Tha:t hsatisfl c~tory'! expI1I11natrio as to neces-
sity ne~comnpany c-hore~s for taxiou:bs lor other' mleanl S of transportationlfc) L mo'e! ex-
pensive tha~n stree'~t arsr. Tip~S to dIriv'erS or chauffeur's will not be nlolved.t
Transfers o-f hagenc~Le at locally pr~evailing: rates f(.r one piece of personal hne-
gage andt folrnil onth aition~al pice~ o~f humage~C` cocntain'ingr Gov-ernment property
or private prop~llerty for G~overlnme~nt user w~ill bie nll,\ilol. (For rates in the1
District of C'o~lumbia,iu see Appe',cndlix Ev ry churc for hatn-Lee transfers
incilluedl inI retimburll Isemln t neeou()lntsi mulSt he suppo~lrlltPa by a statement indi-
cating the kindl of huggag;1e transferredet ( whecrlther bone~l has~~ suit case, trunk,
et.)an te umerofpice. An empiloyee may1~ prop)~erl'l choose h~is residence
in a7 subulll'rb f hlisc ofRicial staltionu. and~ perso~nal tennsrlfers and transfer'cls of hag-
gage w~ill hre aIllowed~i b,~l~etwee sulch res~idenc~e and~ thre rlpot at his onfc~ial sta-
tion at thle begininngl~ alndl termninaltin of oncluril travel. Payments in. exess of

writing Personl tra;nsfefrs andl transfer olf h~ncSnce between hotels will, be
allowedl only whentjl satisfaCtorilyl explainedl. Sto~ragel chargles on baggage to
avoid frequent tralnsfers niny be allowed when properly exp~lainied.










BUREAU OF~ ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [August,

ELIGIBILITY OF DISABLED SOLDIERS OR SAILORS FOR POSI-
TIONS: EFFICIENCY RATINGS.

illemloranudulu 200~( of thle S~cre'tary~'s cttlee, dlated Auguslt 1-1, 19310, amlends
parafgrap~hs 121(1). 33, naul1 6T(b) o~f thle Admlinistrativ-e Reg~latio~ns of the
depar'tmlent to I~relad fo~llows':
12. rielectionr fr~ont c~ertific~ates.-(b) Phyr~sirl or1 men~ltal unf~itness~ for~ the
postio fr wic heaplie: roridedr. T'hat theI commission muay inl its
discretion. exempl~t fr~oml thle physgical requirement s esitabllishedl for any~ position
a dlisabledl and1 honorab,1'ly? disCharg'edl SOldier. sailor,l o.r marine uplon the c~er-
tificationl of thle Federa'l Hoardrt for. Ycac~tiolna ~llEuca\tionl that hre has1? been
especially trained- for needt has pas~sedl n practionil test demnonstrating his

ployment~I1 is
lInu Iin rtingl of callir~cieth-. wh)il.hl muslt beIC obta~iinedl by~ ;1n emloyeer~(~ inl ordl.er to
I l' romlotedl: Fa;ir'" *1hall be ther mirinuimu rating w\hich! must b~e attained by
anl employees il orde~~1 r, to continued inl hIs: LreseI IPInt gra. AnI empltloy~c I':recivingr
thle rating orf ** Fair W1Il r~eceiver duei notice thereof in w\riting fromu thle
chief of burcaul ;It th~e time~ the ratingf is given, w;it suggrestionsl as to pc~Ssible
meas o ilipl...ing111 ericincy H shall also be advl\iiedl tha~t if his sub~se-
cluenlt serv'\icet C;hows\. furt'her' d1Clereae inl effic~ienlcy, tie qluestionl o:f his de-
motion or dlismi. sa~l w\ill br ~onsxideredl. A rullingr of '* Poor~l w\ill imm~ledintely

67. Nonso~lvel ionr [menrr wlificatrac for field aplpointatentrs.- 1 bi Phys~ical or

coliiuissionl any1. i n i Itl i ereltionr. rexemptL flroml theI( ll.hyir'nl IrllquiremenL~tsLf es-

or marine uponII ther certlifi(_ntionl oft Ilm Federacll Road1~ forl Ywac;tioinal Educa-


tion3s in w-hich Iempllllainant i4; su'lhtll



IlllPROPER UrSE OF lIAIL SA~CKS.

Attention is called to thle follow\\ine no~'tic.e issued.~ by? thle. Po t )lticet D~epart-
ment with recordI~t to the uninwr\ful use~ of mal~il sacksi~:
'The use of mlail sackrs for stolrin= or' handllingr r'ecordts, -.aste paper', or trash
or for any private use is a violaltionl of the~ Po tal Law\ s and United States Penal
Code, see sections 34t93, '1-190, 1-1C07. andl 109Gt, Postal La\ s andl Regrulations.
The law p~rovides for a tinle of no~t molre tha~n $'200 or implri;onmenclt fl.rl not more
than three Years,. or both, for eachl of'enc~e.
Government dlepartments orI agn~cnie, s, puliishers;.11, mil-o'der' hlouses, or
prlivate ~firmsr or p~ersoluMnsust noct use mail sacksx for any1~ Of thle purpos)Oes hlerein
muentionedl, as failure to comply1~ withl the law\\ govern'ling thle us8e of mill sacks
may result in prosecution of thle offenlding person whnlil violations are brought
to the attention of the Poset Office Depar~tment.t
Postmasters annd other postal empllloyees mul~st report to thle Depa,,rtmlent
illegnI uses of mail sacksx observ'ed by thlem.
T~he improper use of manil sackl s isi also, pro~hibited~ byg flce .\dministratti ve Reg-
ulations of thle Department of Agr~ic~ulture, parangraph~l "61.











1919.1 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 93

STATUS OF TICK ERADICATION IN VARIOUS STATES, JULY, 19119.


Dipped during Amount of
mont h. in ketIion. Sqiuare II..l.T. State Countyl Vats
State. rni inspee- ins~pec- inse- avail-
.1in torJ. torsi. Itor. able.
Heords. Cattle. Heords. Cattle. wre

Alabaman...............223. 290 1,04.5, 27 5,4534 20, 373 48, 252 29 43 4017 7, 9.32
Arkan';so.............. 110;,, 31 1,81,79 1123 ;E57 33,97 *;I IS 25 7 3, 81i9
Florida................ 12,l;2 270 2, L62 151,147 50,U32 15 39 33 1,37'$
G~eorgia.................I 7i. r,.i.5 1I,-1 4,0 20,090~C 30,879: 29 27 10d 2,-1110
Loui siana............. 1l.i 50,57 1 ,403l, 53.5 2 15, I02 451, 35 32 3843 4,552
Mriss~issi ppi............ 30..4 37021 196i SGG357 23 9 14L3 5, 800C
North Carrolina........ 2, 1.13 0, 96.3 400 1, 126 10,. 330 7 7 7 :j11\.
Oklahoma.............. 5;.'131 54-19 .. 0 0o, 550 73,-141 23 22 121 1, 121
South Carolina........ 23,-tw3 188,205 1~ ,016 3. 022 1031 7 19 0 .129
Texas ( Fort 11' ort h ... 14 3, '.39 11,711,910 45,47 45, 774 6,037 489 459 4l,773
Texas ( Houston).. .... 3, 949 512, 558 10, 717 191, 519 30,:. 57 2b 51 59 1, 229
Total............ 8r67, 430 7, 219, 037 800 9,1 syillrl,1?034 551 1,765 341,523


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS.

Penalties hanve b~een imllosed in prosc~utio nsi fo(r vio~lat~ions of reg~gulatory las,
as reported~ to the bureau, as follow\\s:

Live-Stock Quarantine LRws.

J. H. Trafylor. $100, fine.

Coloradlo & SouthernI Rail\1-ny C'o. (2 (ase.<)', $200c tinerr andl $34.10 costs.

Twenty-Eight Hour Law.

Southern Railway~ (co. (11 cse~S), $1,100' trins.
Pennsy\:llvaia Railroadl Co. (8 enses), $Wil~lr rine.c; and1 $35.20) CoCSts.
Clevelandi, Cinciinnati, Clicngl, &\ St. Louisj~ Il;ilway~ Co. (6j cases), $80 lines
and $27i.52 Cot.OI;
Wanbash Railwayg CoC., $410'0 thne andlr $1.11 I:oslts.
St. Louis-San Franncisco Ha:~llway CoI.. !'i enises), 8800 tines and1 $90.11 codts.S
Chingolg, B~ur~lingtonr & Quiney~ Railroadr C~o., $1(10 ilt',7ce and 13.4.5 costs.
Chien:go & Altoln Hailroadl Coc. (:3 cas~es~), $~00 fines andr $13.T 5 c~osts.
St. Louiis, Illerchlilts' Bridge Termlinall Railway- Co(., $10 tite nud $10.13
costs.


$22.75 costs.
Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe RailwayS Coc., $100) tinellt and$.r53 costs.




PUBLICATIONS IN JULY.

[The bureau keeps no mailingr li.;t for sending p~ublicatious to indlividuall employees, but
publications are sent in bulk to officers in charge for distribution to members of their forces.
The number of copries se~nt vari with the subject or future of the pub~lication s and the
number and class of employers. Otlisers in cbarge will usae their judgrment and dlis-
tribute publications to best adlvaontge. So for as pos~sible additiolnal copies will be fur-
nished on request.]
Farmers' Bulletini 10:T2. Standa~rdl Unr1ieties of Chic~kels.. III. Asiatic, Eng-
lulsh, andi French Clnses. By Ro~b R. Sloc~uu;um, Anim Husbaldry Div-isioni. Pp,.
-32, figs. 31.
Farmlers' Bulletin 1054. Thle Loc~o-Weed~ Disease. By C. Dwright AInrsh,
Pathological Division. Pp. 19, figs. 11.










1)4 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. (August,

Fa'rmlers' Bulletinl 1035. C'ountry Hidesa and Sk~ins?. By C. Y'. Wrhalin,
Bu~reaur of Manrketsi, R. W., Frey and F. P. Y'eiteb, Bureau of Chemlistry, and
II. W'. Hiickmni, Quarantine Div-isionl, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 64,
tigs. 414.
Farmers'~ Bjulletin 14.,(015. D~etermuining~ the A-ge of Culttle by- the Teethtl. By
G~eorge W'. P'ope. Q~u~anutine Div'isionl.' I P. 4, figs. 6.
D~epanrtmen~t C.i rlula r 13. Br1oodl ('r'nps mull Applilnnees. Issiuedl by5 Ci A~irniml
H-usbanudry~ D~ivision. P.S
Depa~frtmen~lt CIirCular 10. Peevn gs hulb h nmlHs
bandlry Divisioni. Pp. 8.
Department t (Circ~ular 10;. LcMls n lalns sudb
Aldiinal Hushmalltry Div-ision. Up S.
Departent Crcular17. Mnagc~lemuent f G.row\ingr Chicks Isud y h

Departmnt Cirular 1. Culling~ for Egg ninli- ;II MarkeI~Ct. sulbyteA


mullll~l Iln.
Ih'I. .llarinent I'irclar 20i~I.:l Coninenil. I Pou 1':ltr CDi eases. Issued by Ithe Aimal'cll




Harte'lriumlll Abor Infectio of Hulls.'l ByJ 3.Enk G re n



Effe.*vt.11~ of ll Hearllt onl* Trrinw. 111 lll H. 11. t Itan om ando .7ej. ISediv~t o rz Zoo
Tllogelul Diviion I Jou frnl of Agrienit~llturl iesarh 1'o. XII No

Amienrmentz u 5 to H3. .. 1. O.rdler 211~. Goveningthe nspetioi l ~\ n anduty hAndli
ofi~ horse innt an Ornentfo produ~els, thereof. an~rl thef unhauls'ic fom which the
are sl rived n ntl. Effective Augt .1,us 1919. Pp1. F. i
H.ililiil 1. t. B.de 26. Regulations Governing theApraiemnt ofi~ Tubercu-
lcouus catlf allndtc i Expendc~itu on Accunt of the~1 il on~trol. andcc~i\t Erudieti ofT
Tubrcuosi of Anmi.ifcie.ptme ,11.P.4
Amnm entlw il to B:. A. I. Order 202. Utllsnur utinin Nevada utnty Ark..t
a:'nd Lak aulllnd O~il\rang ;louInties,1) Fla. ccunti~ ofl splentic, southearn, or

aCount, A~. i c~u't of splenletic, southernl, or Texas fever in enttle. Effetv ugs 5


fectivet Sepltemnber ~ti, 1919. P. 1.
Director'' cry ofhe Burreau rf Animau~l Indlustry~. Correctedl to July3 25, 1919.



ORGANIZATION OF: THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.


.Issistual ('hrief: B'. HI. 11.1wL.
Chieuf C'lerk: C'HARLES C. CA\RROLL.
Ed~titor,: D. S. BUnCFr.
Anlimartl Hlnsbanldry? Dir'ision: GEORGE RI. ROMMrEL, chief.
Biochanr~ic Div'ision: AI. DonsET, chief.
Dair1 Division~: B. H. RAWL~, chief.
Field Inspecction Diddaonl: A. WV. MirLLE, chief.










1919.] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMIENTs. 95

Meat Inrspection Divisionl: R. P. STEDOMn, chief.
Miscellaneours Divisionr: A. 1\I. FARnRNGTON, chief.
Pathological Divi~sion:- JoHN S. BU!CKLEY. Chlief.
Quarantine Dniriaion: IRicHAnn WV. HIcnst.1N, chief.,
Tick Erad~icalionr D)ivision~: R. A. ICbausAY, chief.
TuLber'culosisr Erdicat~ionl Dicisionr: J. A. KIiERNAN, cdlief,
Zoologicall Dirisionl: B. H. R.\uson. chlie~f.
E~xperimenor t Stationr: E. C:. Scri nOEDER, Sllleri n trncdent.
Dirisiion of Hol-Chrole~a Contr~ol: U. G. flou K, chief.
Offeec of V'irus-Serum1 C'ontrlol: D. I. SIS~DMORIE, Helcillg ill Ofhare.
Ofice of Accountrs: A\. C'. D~vis, acting in c~hargei.
Appoin~tment~ Sectionr: G:EOC;E H. RU~SSELL, inl cht~ge



GOVERNMENT SAVINGS SECURITIES.

Governmen~e t savings securities are to be aI permanent institutions for the
American peopler. Secretary of ther Tr'easury3 Car~Iterl Glass annoluncedl this
decision in a recent messag~ne to thle Na:tional Edtuentionl Associationl,l in response
to an appedl forl such aIctio~n.
This mieans thant thrift stampDS, wa`~r savings stamnps andi Tre~nhlry sav\ingS8
certificates will continue to be avanilable to small inves~tors andi that the Gov-
ern~ment will continue this mleans of financing its ncetiv~itie~ anid thus rezleasing
the capital of banks and Ilarge private investors for the tradle development
and indlustrial uses, unow so urgently needled.
The policy of ma~kingr thrift alnd the savings spirit a p~ermainentn part of the
national life has7 b~een urg~edl by most p~romlinent financiers, t'cc.nomlists, and
business men in the coluntry-. George D. Stlay'er. president of the National
Education Assc~ciationl, exprescsedt this view in his mlessage tor Secretary Glass,
which follows:

Honl. CARTER ;LASSj,
S~cr~retary! of TreasrU.r~
WTashringlanr, D. CG.
Cons~ileri ng thie necomplllislnu!Ien t o f thelt scholols of the coun t ry thus far inl
the matter of thriift andt saving enmpaigin, w\e urge~ that the Treaslurg D~eprlt--
mnent shall takte suchi netiosn as shllfl insu~lre the~ perma~ltnene of thii-; movement
and makle thle purchase of thrift and1( warl sav\inLes stamips perma~nenily avail-
atble to schools andt otherii voclunteecr agencies.
(Sigued)! GEonan~ D`. STH.1YED..
Sccretary G;llns~ telegraphedt thlis anll\er' :
GEORGE L). $:.THAER,

Taccchersu C'ollege, (columrbial Unrivcr'bity.

It is the intention of thle Trcasulry to continue andl malke permalnelnt the war
savings m1ovee ntil andc to continued thle sale of thriift alndl war sav'ings-; stamlS
and1( ce~t iflicantei;. I an:l .greatly~ prc:l~leae and~t eclc uraged~ tc, knowr~ of thze interested~
of the natlionall Ellucntionl ABssa~t-inti in this Ilnovenientl andi verly cr~eMT~y a-
p~recialte itsi healyll and~ effective coopleraftion.
(Siged)CInnT:R GILBss.


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