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8. R. A.--B. A. I. 279. --*Issued ,1930

United States Departmen' grc r



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS

BUREAU OF ANZLIMAL INDUSTRY
JULY, 1930



[This publication is issued mbothly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,
concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the
service of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public onfcers
whose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.
Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
Office, W~ashington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply wdll be sent to each onfcial in
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members
of his force. A fie should be kept at, each station for reference.)


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directry.............~~--................ ...................... 57
Notices regarding meat inspection... ~...........-~-... -.......................... 58
Animal casings of foreign origin__~~.-....~...................................... 58
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, June, 1930..........~.... ~~....................
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, June, 1930...............
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, Alay, 1930-............................................... 6
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, June, 1930-~~......-............. ... 60
Bummary of Luberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, June, 1930~..~...... 6
Summary of bog-cholera-control work, June, 1930.~.~..-......................- ........ 6
Anti-bog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, June, 1930 .~-p~." ..
Licenses issued for biological products, June, 1930....-.... .~.~....-.............0......,.. .
Peruntted dip for seabies of cattle and sheep_~~..-_..~...... _-_.~........ ........pr .. ...
Results of prosecutions for violations of law~s................. ...- .. .. ..... 63
New publications of the bureau...........~...~~...........................:..__,.,a....p.....- ..., 6
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry. ....................,.e...V......:; .... .....,



CHANGES IN DIRECTORY /,
M~eat Inspection Granted / ..-

$34. Vacuum Sealed Food Corporation, 15 Rivington Street, 14car York, N. Y.
720. Monroe Packing Co., 1801 M~onroe Street, Garry, Ind.

Mleat Inspection Withdrawn

10--D. The Cudahyv Packing Co., Watuppa, Fall River, Manss.
|341. Krainin's Food Products (Inc.), 15 Rivington Street, New York, N. Y.
$909. L. Forman & Sons, 425 East Forty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y'.

Change in Name ofOf~ieal Establishment

$138. Sausage Specialties (Inc.), 217 Broome Street, Newark, N. J., instead of
Sausage Specialties Co. !Inc.).
E50. Cust~er Packing Co., 1615 W'aterman Avenue, mail P. O. box 7419, MCiles
City, Mont., instead of Mliles City Horse Products Co. (Inc.)i.

$ No sealed cars.
6488-30 57







58 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY auly

New Substation

Gary, Ind., meat inspection, under Chicago, Ill.
Change of Of~cials in Charge
Dr. Daniel D. Tierney succeeds Dr. Otto Hornlein as inspector in charge at
Austin, Mlinn.
Dr. Otto Hornlein succeeds Dr. G. W. Butler (retired) as inspector in charge
at Indianapolis, Ind.
Dr. Clifford L. Hall succeeds Dr. P. P. Taylor as inspector in charge at Huron,
S. Dak.
Dr. P. P. Taylor succeeds Dr. M. O. Anderson (retired) as inspector in charge
at Port~land, Oreg.
Dr. Wm. C. Wootton succeeds Dr. E. P. Barnhart as inspector in charge at
Erie, Pa.
Dr. E. P. Barnhart succeeds Dr. G. H. Woolfolk as inspector in charge at
Albany, N. Y'.
Dr. G. H. Woolfolk succeeds Dr. S. A. King as inspector in charge at Knoxville,
Tenn.
Dr. S. A. King succeeds Dr. J. Huelsen (retired) as inspector in charge at
Paterson, N. J.
Dr. M. L. Crans succeeds Dr. L. H. Allen as inspector in charge at Terre
Haute, Ind.
Dr. L. H. Allen succeeds Dr. Joseph Hannon as inspector in charge at Daven-
port., Towas.
Dr. Joseph Hannon succeeds Dr. James Johnston (retired) as inspector in
charge at Alton, Ill.
Edwasrd Smith succeeds WJ. E. Jennings (retired) as inspector in charge at
Hart.ford, Conn.
Dr. Meler Brodner succeeds Dr. J. R. Aufente as inspector in charge at Hono-
lulu, Hawasii.
Dr. J. R. Aufente succeeds Dr. E. D. Kennedy as inspector in charge at
Spokane, W'ash.
Dr. E. D. Kennedy succeeds Dr. E. P. Schaffter (retired) as inspector in
charge at. Losi Angeles, Calif.
Dr. C. S. Rockwnell succeeds Dr. T. J. K'ean (retired) as inspector in charge
at,W'ilm~ington, Del.
Change in address of officials in charge
Dr. P. A. Franaman, care Custer Packing Co., M~iles City, Mlont., instead of
Miles Cityr Horse Products Co. (Inc.).
Dr. J. E. Spindler, 22 Federal Building, Newport, Vt., instead of 10 Federal
Building.
Dr. Aleier Brodner, 218! Federal Building, Honolulu, Hawaii, instead of
mailing address P. O. Box 63 and office at Haw~aii M~eat Co. (Ltd.).
Correction
Page 18, under establishment 59, J. J. Harrington (Inc.), should be J. J. Har-
rington & Co. (Inc.).


NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
Certificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,
which bear the official title of the high official of the foreign country as specified
below, will be acceptable w~ith animal casings offered for importation into the
United States.
The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the national
government, having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign country
in which t~he casings originated, but ow~ing to the fact, that the high officials are
changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Ofkci~l title Foreign country
Secretary Department of Markets................... Australia.
Thle notice in Service and Regulatory Announcements of February, 1929, is
revoked so far as Australia is concerned.




















47,682
62,570
553. 765

60,057

65.671
19, 313
101,9560

107, 561
129,328
;2, 053



134,361
Oa, 167;
164, F.38
.50, 567



3, 755. ,62
46, 655, 860O
417, 123, 573


Station


Baltimore.. ....-~............. .....~........
Buffalo ....~-~..........................~......
C~hicago.....-~~~...........~.............
Cincinnati__.~~~..........~..~.............
Cleveland.--~.-.~~.~~.....~...~............
Denvoer~. .~..... .... ........ ........~. .. .......
Detroit.~.......~..~.~..........~............
Fort W~orth.~~...........~.....................
Indianapolis~.~............................
Kansas City.~................~~...............
lu lwaukiee.~.........-.............~..........
National Stock Yardls..~............~........
Newi York.~_....~......~.........~..........
Omaha.......~.............. ...........~......
Philadelphis.-~..~.~.. ~~...~...............
St. Louls.~~~~~...~...........~...............
Bioux C it y........~..~.~.............. ......
South h St. Joseph.~.......................~....
South St. Paul... .. . .
W ichar a .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
All other stations~.................... ...~.....

Total: June, 1930...........~...........
June, 1929.......~...............
12 months ended June, 193).~....
12 mont hs ended June, 1929.....

NewR York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and
N ew ark z_ __ .


SERVICE AND REGULATORYI ANNOU~NC~lllENTS


3go]


Cattle Calves Sheep Goars


5,857 2,296 2.3;1......
6,856 2, 142 8,45 ......
126, 18- 41, 145 0,84
11,97 7,30 9,58........
5,697 1 5,9;; 10.6b0......
7,085 1, 354 6.2115 ......
6.177 6,785 6.653......
25, 352 14, 192 25. 44 6 313
13,2-15 4,76b 15.01r .....
62,963 15, 196 114 438
11,313 35, 162 4 .C9 ......
26,481 12,5F- 70,% .......
28. 344~ 56, 439 268.000(I 1
73, 4r17 4, 1@ 2. 8 6
4r,813 l, (HM 2',281; ..........
11,9S8 5,222 12. 13 .
3-1, 337 1. 403 35, 9.5 3
23.643 5,r161 99,908 6 1
3e, 140) 44, 915 I 14, 54
-I 4ti4 1,9 953
124,910 7,2 214, 216 396 I

653 9.905 356i, 155 ,9,4 ,10
636, 2;h 34-1,306 1,10,55* 1525
6, 2ho, 78 4, 4'1.5 574 1,5. 306,b~ 69 1,
8(, 2b;-I31, J.526, 324 13.768, 665 21, 254


34,702 63,605 321,:05


151,202


r The slaughter gigures in t his group of c;ties are included in the figures abo':e for ** New- York and "All
other st at ions and are combined here to sbow otal in t he Greater New York dist rirt.
Horses slaughtered in June, 1930.... ................... ................ ................... ......1,1
Borses slaughtered in June, 1(J92.~-~..... ...~...~~~ ........................................... .... 11,9830
12 mont hs ended June, 1930. ..~~.~~.~.~...........~..~...~. ~................. ................... ... 136, 437
12 mourGs ended June, 1929.......~.........~.......~...................... ....................11,7
i nspect ions of la~rd at all establish ments, 118,887,598S inspection pou nds; compound andl it her subst i tutes,
35,290,3A1 inspection pounds; sjusa~ge, 63,471,219 inspection pounds; oleomairgaline, 10,510,1;8 inspection
pounds
Correspond ing inspect ions for J unc, 1929. Lardl, 158,4108,880 inspection pou nds; com pound and ot her s ub-
stitutes, 38,280.216 inspection pounds; sa3usage, 68,413,425 inspction poiundls; olromorg annre, 12',251,0l.4 in-
spection poundsy.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent "etual production, as the Pome product may have
been inspected and recorded more tharn once inr the process ofT mnufueture.)

EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, JUNE, 1930


Retaiined fo.r tuberculosis


Total
slaughter I




12..19 I
C2, !r3
73, ill

553.76 5
257. BI7
238, 014


Station


F Pssedl for
co~okmg


Con-
demnned



510
26
36

1, 136
163
199Y


Totnl


Cattle.
Chica~go..~....... ~_.....~....._...... .........
Kansas City'.~.~............~.....~...~............
Omsbs.-.~..........~..~....~ ~~.._.~............
Swine:
Chicago...~._.. _~_~..~.....~..~. ..............
Kansas Cit~..~.~..~...........~._.~..~...........
Omiaha_......................._......~......~.........


12'


77, 492
li',DOS


149
4


1, 210
1'5


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN JUNE, 1930, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT
INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTS












CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, MAY, 1930


Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Bwine


Em aciation-.................................... 260 109 290 35
Hog cholera~~~-~- ----------------.--------,-----.-----I--.. ........ -_I,........... ......_.... 620
Inflammatory diseases................................. 1, 084 215 410 2,160
Im m a turity.F.. -..... .... .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ... ... .. 243 .- -...... ..... ... .......
Tuberculo sis. ......................................... 1- I 776 34 .. 3, 923
Other causes... .............--~......................... 1, 045 163 498 3,825

Total............................................ 4, 174 764 1, 198 10, 568



IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS. JUN E, 1930

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during June,
1930, w-ith figures for other periods for comparison.

Im ports of food ani~mals


Country of export Catttle Swine Sheep Goats


M exci co .. . .. . .. 9 .. . .
Canada..........--~---~----.... . .. .. 8, 4;6 71 177 1
England.~..~.......___....................~._~._.___......................~_-_........ 19 .....
Channel Islands.....-.~...~ ~~~.......................... 61 ..... ..........
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)................- .-.-.~. .......... 54 ..... ... .......

To al J ne 1 3 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 384 71 196 1
June, 1929..~...~..........................___~.~ 36, 393 105 115 14
12 months ended June, 19!0 1~~~.~.~.-.---.......... 409, 105 2, 150 11, 558 141
12 mont hs ended June, 1929~~.~.-._-..-_._.......... 572, 236 3, 038 37, 608 261


I Corrction has been usde in totals for 12 months ended June 30, 1930, for 1'2 swine erroneously reported
as 12 goaits in February', 1930, and i sheep omitted in August, 1929, due to delayed report.


Imp~or~ted meals a~nd mreal frood products


[July


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


oproductth ms



Pounds

11, 161

160, 064
32
2, 310

134, 81

336, 794
878, 69 t
8, 065, 294
11, 563, 215


Fresh and refrigerated


Beef Other


Pounds Pounds

62, 644 42, 181

169,556 696, 593



125, 433 .. ..

3.56, 633 3,07
5, 921,131 2,14, 505
23, 90U. 20 6, 783, 637
53, 085. 285 15, 704, 658


Cured and
canned



Pounrds
4, 91;, 08

2, 918, 2;5
152, 036

810,828
2, 031, 367
;2,778

10, 906, 182
8, 71, 554
98, 128, 070
89, 511, 853


Total
weight



Poulnds
4, 948. 154
115,989
2, 918, 265
1, 177, 5409
:32
813,138
2,034,367
333, 192

12, 335, 680
17, 965, 830
36, 586,700
169, 865, 014


Country of export


Argent ina.~~.....-~-.~...~~~.~............
A~ustralia~~.-.~..............................
Brazil. .............................~.......
Canada.~.....~- ....~.......................
New Zealand.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~~..~.........
Paraguay_..~.~~~.-~.-....................
Ulruguay.......... ........~...~.~ .......~..
Other countries~.~~.~. ........~~.~.........

Total: June, 1930.~-~.~~.~............
June, 1929................... ~
12 montbs ended June, 1930..
12 months ended June, 1929..


Condemned in June, 19r30: Beef, 6,192 pounds; pork, 258 pounds; total, 6,4L50 pounds.
Refused entry: Pork, 186G pounds.





SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


1930]


Tuberc~ulin tests
during month


Cat-
HrsCattle tie
Tested re-
sac~ted


2,278 19,0251 4
1,0591 12,8051 81
26 3,00 3
6?? 12,6641 431
24 69 7

l39 8, 465l 383

194, 9091 15
2,5301 74151 4

4351 4,404


4,2236,205 125

4, 9279, 62 1-5

461( 6,855 2

1.294 10.7485 I


31,1 16,50 26


399 5, 553 53
3,91~ 3~.4,44 2(7
2,9211 56,65 .0
65( 41,2 I
916 10,09 0

2641 4, 15 33
2, 094, 32, 54 1


4551 5,027 10
2i 252,4: ?1
6,574 100,026g 3, 30

1, 6830. 5J1 55
9,0113 66, i 7 403 j19 ,?Ci~(

41 1, 4 4


9,166e. 90, 177, 2,36
66 955211



1, 561,46 5
976 1,660 42

1,09 5,972 40

353 6, 387 143


ZI 869 20,21 23
1,83 9,338 10

3,54 71,1 381


1021 954 19
2417, 628 2651.

89, 622 945, 607 15, 192,


Totazl to date


Inspector in charge





R. E. Jackson.~....
F. L. Sebneider...
W. A. McLDonald.
R. Sny-der.~.......
W. E. Howe......

R. L. Smiith..~....
E. B. Simonnds~....
A. E. 'iebt~..~...
J. G. Fish.........
A. L. Hiirlemanno...


J. J. Lintner..~....

J. E.GOibson......

J. A~. Barger~.......

N. L. Tow-nsend..

W. F. Biles.~......

0. T. Cole........

0. R. Caldwell...
E. B.~ Simonds....

E. A~. Crorssman...
T. S. RIcLh.........
W;. J. Frctz........
H. R~obbion .......
Ralph Graham~....

J. W~. Murd~och...
A. H. Francis .....
L. C. Bunerrield..
E. A. Crossman....
Ellis E. ~c~Coy...
F. L.Schneidir..
H. B. Leilnard ....
W\. C. Deandinger .
HI. HI. Cohenoour ..
.L. J.De~rFosset...

L. J. Allen........

S. B. Foster....
J. B. Re~idy....
E. A. Crossman...



H. L. Fry.........
B. L. Darby......

F. E.1LIurray......

L. H. Aidams......

R. E. Brookbsnk.
J. C. Ehlinr.......
B. nI. Newton..~..

J. S. Healy........

John T. Dallas....
E. F. Graves....
L. E. Case~..~.....


State official





C. A. Cary, Auburn.
R. J. Hight, Phoenir.
J. H. Bu.\, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.
C. G. Lamb, Denrer.

Charles Johnson. Hartfo~rd.
O. A. Newton, Bridger-ille.

J. \'. Knapp, Tallabassee.
J. hI. Sutton, Atlaura.

A. J. Dick~man, Boise.
D). W. Riobison, Spring-
field.
Frank H. Browrn, Indi-
Maupolis.
hI. U.~ Ihomburg, Des
hloines.
J. H. Mesrter, ~Topek~a.

D. E. W~estmlorland,
Fr Iar. kfort.
E. P. F low-er, Baton
Rouge.
H. hi. Tucker, Augusta.
Jameis B;. iOeuree, IDalti-
Ulvile.
E. F. Richardson, Boston.
C'. H. c.larki, Lawf ug.l
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
G. B. Brallshar, Jackison.
H. A. W~ilron, Jetle~rson
City-.
W'. J. Butler, Hlelren.
C. H. Hlays, Lincaln.

A. L. Fe lter, C~ollard..
J. H. MIc~tel, Trenton.
M~t KIe-nanA.lbulltguere.
E. T. Fauldelr, A~lba~ny.

WV. F. Crewe. Bismasrl t.
C'. Mc~Candless,, Colium-
bus.
C. C. Hlise~l, Ok;laoma
City.
W'. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. M~unce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
W~. ki. Lewis, Co~lumbia.
T. H. Rutb, Pirrre.
J. AI. Jones, Nasbvlle..
N.F. ilimFort

W'. H. Hendrickls, Salt
Lake City.
Ed ardi H. Jones, MIon -

B. C`. Givens, Richmond.
Robert Prior, Ojlympia.
John W~. Smith, Cnarles-
ton.
Waslter Wilsnic~ky, 10adi-
son.
H. D). Port, Che~y-one.
E.. F. Graves, Juneau.
L. E. Case, Honolulu.


State







Ariz.._...
Calif.-...
Colo....

Conn...
Del...~..
D. C....
Fla....


Idaho...


Ind.....

Towa....

Kans....

Ky-......




Mea~.~...
Mdic.....

Maiss.~...



M~ont.~..
Nebr....
Ner....
N. H.~..
N. J......
N. lex.
N. Y'....
N. C....
N. Da;.
Ohio~....

Okla ._..

Greg_....
Pa..~....
R. I.....

8. C...
S. Dak..
Tenn.-...
Texas.

Utab...




W'ash...
Wi. Va..

Wis.....


Alaska..


Total ./


Once-
tested
free
he~rds



8,57
12,2

1,32

3, 354
4, 538







153,9811

1413, 0'23

102, 00



3, 26


3', 450 '






32.93;
79, 217

3, 123
-1, 667




211,44

2,37

27, 659




9,;84
;3, 36


11,9

2, 547

55,25

63,3



11, 211



438, 454i 1


Herds
under
super-
vision


7 13,55.7
6~ ,653

b ,479
S2, 062


56, 519

9,010
-19,03




176,09

216, 919

103,30

81,2




33,6552

6, 147

112'.61
10,918
b6, 61

36, 426


8, 10S
12. L'6
3.01

2[,6,M24



3,155


1341,391
;13

70,635

73, 66


12, 57

12, 571

56,530
50, 071
65, 13

186,878

12,5;6
102


2, 919, 503(


cred-
ited l
hds


31;



18:

3, 29E
1, 30'

103
31


5, 575

20,198

3, 051

657


4 1



9, 219


;5
9, 143

219

62
125
I 1
4, 625
3,j32
24
50, 115
30;'
5, 363
525

262

494
6, 027
134

113
1, 292
133
426

99


976




12.414





82, 858


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, JUNE, 1930








62 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Unly1


SUMMARY OF HOG CHOLERA CONTROL WTORK;, JUNE, 1930


Demonstrat ions; Out-
Bureau breaks

Stae n ea in sa- Pi'ut r qrq- le pore
en ged dressdined N m- t gsd formed tenedea di toP
work veteri-



Alabama.................... I 2 95 1 11 1 .........
Arkansats.................... I 1 1..... 6 .......1 ..... 2 1... ..... 2 16
Cali for ni a ........~....~.... 03 ... ~.. .. 1 .. .. .. 2 .. .
Colorado.........~........... I I 40 ... 2 .. .
Florida..........~...........I I..C A 2 82 27 3 ........ .......... 5
G eorgia.~...... ~~. .............I 1. 33 1...... .. 1100 162 2 I.......l. ..... .. 8
Idaho........................ .33 1........ 9 6 ..... ... 5 3 I 3
Illinois...........~....~......1 3 4 212 3 140 59 2 141 31
Indioan....~...~.............. 2 2 P 138 1........ ........1 31 1.._.~..1.........1 16
K ansas....... ............... 1 ........1 37 .. .. .
Kent ucky......_ ... ~.....(.. 2 1........1 24.5 ........ I .~. ..... 10 ............. 3
Louisian a ................... 1 .. 47 102 .. ... .. .
A~r~la lrylnd .. 2 239 .. .. .. ?2 6
M~ichigan................... 2 ..... 218 6 73 4 .... .. 13
Aliississi, p p~. ............... 1.03 2 GI 12 13 ... .. .. ..2

N ebraska .. .. .. .1 1 .. 8 2
North Caroline .............. 1 1........1 63 .................. 4 ~.-...............1 8
Ohio............~............. I .33 !........1 8 .. .. .. 321

South Canrolina.............. 1 .... 28 20 486 ... .. ... 1
South Dakota.....~.......... I .. 13 .. .. .. 1' .. .. 10
Ten nessee ................... .5 1....~.... 43 .. .. ... 1 ... .. .. 29
Texas....~.................... 1 1........1 45 1........ ......~.. ..~...... 1 1........1 12
V ir in a. ... .. .. ... .. .. 1 1........1 185 1...... .. I........ 3 ........ ........ I

n gtonL~::::::::::l 1.5 10 70 3 197 31 1 1.. ..... 5
Wi sc~onsin ................... I 1 2) 1........ I........ 9 I, 9..... 3

Total.................. 30. 7 32 2, 2;9 66 2,246 197 1? 17 218


t Fractiolns denote veterinariansi devoting part time to work-.
NOTE.-N~o reports of work by bureau men received from Iowa~, Molntana, Utah, and Wiest V'irginia.

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUMZ AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, JUNE, 1930



Total serum CI m MHe lood So s use-
cleared virus


C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
June, 1930.............. ........ 79,390,483 62. 202, 470 77, 876, 240 11. 569, 587 18, 1958, 67
June, 1929.................. ...._ 109. 592, 589 81.042, 783 78, 620, 279 9, 600, 834 17, 922, 465
12 mont hs ended June, 1930. ..~.~... 852, 185, 457 635. 548, 293 752, 670, 860 61, 5641. 599 172, 514, 428
1'2 mour bs ended J une, 1929. .......1 979, 571, 905 734, l151,611 859, 387, 674 63, 550, 125 210, 025, 522


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JUNE, 1930

License No. 6-A\ was issued June 5, 1930, to Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), 310
South M~ichigan Avenue, 1'706, Chicago, Ill., establishment near Zionsville, Ind.,
for blackleg bacterin.
License No. 6-A wass issued June 5, 1930. to Pitman-M~oore Co., 1220 Madison
Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., a subsidiary of Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), establish-
ment near Zionsville, Ind., for blackleg bacterin.
License No. 0-A was issued June 19, 1930, to Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), 310
South Mlichigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment near Zionaville, Ind.,
for abortion mixed bacterin (bovine).
License No. 6-A wvas issued June 19, 1930, to Pitman--Moore Co., 1220 Madison .
Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., a subsidiary of Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), establish-
meat near Zionst ille, Ind., for abortion mixed bacteria (bovine).







19501 SERVICE AND REGULATORY' ANNOUNCElllENTS 63

PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP

Permission waRs granted the National Chemical Co. of California, San Francisco.
Calif., on Masrch 30, 1927, to use Flag Brand lime-sulphur solution in official
dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies. Owving to a reduction in the density
of this product, the dilutions at which it is now~ permitted are as follows: 1 gallon
of dip to 13 gallons of water for cattle; I gallon of dip to 170 gallons of waster for
sheep.
These dilutions are to be adopted in all instances instead of t~he proportions of
1^ to 15- an I^ to 20 for cattle and sheep respectively as permitted Masrch 30.
1927.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAW'S

Penalties and fines have b~een imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-
latory law~s, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-Eight Hour LawR
Boston &r Maine Railroad, $100 penalty.
Chicago, Burlington &r Quincy Railroad Co., (41 cases), $400 penalties.
Chicago, M~ilwaukee, St. Paul &~ Pacific Railroad Co., 9100 penalty.
The Delaw~are &r Hudson Co. (2 cases.>, 9200 penalties.
Great Northern Railwayv Co. (2 cases) 5200 penalties.
Illinois Central Railroad Co., 5100 penalty.
International &r Creat Northern Railway Co. :.2 cases), $200 penalties.
Long Island Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties.
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railwasy Co. of Texas, $100 penalty.
Mlissouri Pacific Railroad Co. 113 casesl, $1,225 p-enalties.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Corporation in Nebraska, $100 penalty.
Mobile &r Ohio Railroad Co., $100 p~enalty.
Newv York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Northern Pacific Railw~ay Co., $100 penaltty.
Pennsylvania Railraod Co. 16 cases',, $600 p~enalties.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railw~ay Co., (5 cases), $500 penalties.
St. Louis Southw~estern Ra-ilw\ay Co., P100 penalty.
San Antonio, Uraslde &r Gulf Railroad Co., $100) penalty.
Southern Pacific Co., $100 penalty.
Livestock-Quarantine Law
New York Central Railroad Co., interstate miovement of infectious car, .9100
fine.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., inlterstate mnovem~ent of inifectiou~s car, $;100 fine.
George Northrup, Audubon, Iown, interstate shlipment of a reactor to the test
for tuberculosis without certificate, 9100 fine.
Ben Pezzner, Mlount Upton, N. Y'., interstate shipment of cattle fromn New
Y'ork to Pennsy-lvania, without prior tuberculin test, $25 fine.
Wm. Pezzner, Waslton, N. Y'., samne offense, $25 fine.
Ben Robsen, W'alton, N. Y-., samne offense, $25 fine.
G. H. Ward, Walton, N. Y'., same offense 15 cases., $125 fine.

MIeat Inspection Law
For offering uninspected meatt for interstate shipment: Wanlter Leber, St. Louis,
M~o., $500 fine; Louis Stecker. Binghamnton, N. Y'., $50 fine; Oregon Savin9r
Produce Exchange (Inc.), Portland Oreg., 850 fine.
For offering unsound meat for ilt~erstate shipment: U~nited Dressedl Meat Co.,
Wilkes-Barre, PR., $2,960 finle; Ales Chernini. Wilkes-Barre. Pa., 8100 fine;
M~orris Lieb, W'ilkes-Barre, Pa., 8100 finle; Mlelvin J. Bu~rkett, Waslton, N. Y~.,
$100 fine; Carl Elmer, Durhamville, N. Y~., $100 fine; Amos B. W'ard, O)neonta,
N. Y., $100) fine; W'illiam Browvnriggr, Burlington Flats.s N. Y., 9100 fine; My~ron
J. Dailey, Lisb~on, N. Y'., 5100 fine; Clarence M~orris, Titusville, Pa., 910 fine.




UNIlVERSITY OF FL ORIDA


64- BUREATJ OF ANIMAL INDUS' 3 1262 08852 7287

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU 1'

[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual em ployees, but sends copies to,
officers in charge of stations and otlices. Thes publications should be regarded as noltifcation copie>e
So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request] 5
Yearbook Separate No. 1112. Hog-Cholera Control Is Aided by Knowledge.of
Other Swine Diseases. By T. P. White, Division of Bog-Cholera Control,
Pp. 3.
Yearbook Separate No. 1119. Pastures Have a, Wide Variation in Feeding.
Value for Livestock. By Paul E. Howe, Animal Husbandry Division.. Pp. 2.~ i;
Yearbooki Separate No. I120. Hog Weight Affects Yield and Popularity of'
Market Pork Cuts. By K. F. Warner, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 3.
Yearbook Separate Njo. I122. Horses and M~ules Now Raised Are Much I
Fewer Than Replacement Needs. By S. R. Speelman, Animal HiIusbandry-
Division. Pp. 3.
Yearbook Separate No. 1123. Lambs Born Twins Are More Profitable Tharm
Singles, Figures Show. By C. G. Potts, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. I1241. Wool of Long Staple Is Most Profita~ble us
Tests With Rambouillet Sheep. By D. A. Spencer, Animal Husbandry Division.
Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. 1126. Poultry Inbreeding, If Practiced too Cl'oselyr,
Is Found to Be Harmful. By M. A. Jull, Animal H~lusbandry Division. Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. 1127. Poult~ry Production Is Increased Materially By i
Bat~tery~ Brooding. By A. R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 4.
Yearbook Separate N~o. 1128. Soybeans Are Valuable For Silage When Grown
W'ith Other Feed Crops. By W. R. Dodson, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 2.
Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited area for tuberculosis. P. 1, (mimeographed).
B. A. I. Order 326, notice concerning the importation of animals and meats.
from countries where rinderpest or foot-and-mouth disease exists. P. 1, (mimeo-
graphed).
Outline for Conducting a Scrutb-Sire Trial. Pp. 20, (revised, mimeographed).
Report of Progress of the Better Sires-Iretter Stock Campaign. Pp. 7,.
(mimeographed).

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chielf: JoAN R. MIOHLER.
Aissociatle Chief: U. Gr. HOUCK.
Assistanbt Chief: A. W. MILLER.
Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. Connaw.
Assistant to Chief: D. S. Be~Am.
Animal Husbanidry Divlision: E. W. SHEETS, Chief.
Biochemnic Divlisioni: M. DORSET, chief.
Divlision of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. Houcp, chief.
Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMrORE, Chief.
Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief.
Mieat Inspection Divisionz: R. P. STEDDOM\, chief.
Packers anid Stocky~ards Division: A. W. MILLER, Chief.
Pathological Division: Joan S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Tick Eradicaltion Divrision: R. A. RAMlSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Divrision: A. E. WIuRT, chief.
Zoological Divisuion: MA UR ICE C. 8 ALL, Chief .
E~Lperiment Station:' W. E. CorroN, superintendent.
O~tlce of Acecounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, ill Charge.
O.172ce of' Personnel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in charge.



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