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-21A .28 2 n3ssed Feb 1931



Unfed Statket Departmen Agiutu~



\sER~fCE AND REGULATORY AN C SCIM b~r

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

JANUARY, 1931



[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instmetlions, 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 officers
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, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official in
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members
of his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.l


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directory .............~.~. -~... ~..~-.... .... .~... .......... .......~~-........ ... ..... .... 1
Notices regarding meat inspection~........ .............. ............~..-.......-----~....~........... 2
Bog casings exported to Rotterdam.~..._.....~~-..~.~.......................... 2
Horse-meat certhicates for Norway must be visaed~.......~~.................................__~~ 2
Certification of horse meat for the Netherlands.--~. ....~.....................~._ .....~.~_....... 2
Animal casings of foreign origin- ~. .......~-~~.. .................~.~.....____._~...........--.... 2
Foreign meat-inspection official. ................. ................~. ..~~....~...--............. 3
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, December, 1930.~..~~.~~....-............~.__~ 3
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, December, 1930..~....... 4
Cause of condemnations of carcasses, November, 1930- .~~.~..~...................................__~ 4
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, December, 1930...............__..... 4
Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, December, 1930- ............ 5
Summary of hog-cholera-control work December, 1930-..-.~........~..........__.............. B
Anti-bog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under Licenses, December, 1930.......~.-... 6
Licenses issued for biological products, December, 1930~.---.~................~-~.....-.~.....~........ 6
Licenses terminated, December, 1930..-~~~~.................~..........................
Permits issued for biological products, December, 1930---..~.~.~.....................................
Biological products other than anti-bog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced by licensed
establish ments during calendar year ended December 31, 1930........~~_ ........~.......... _....... 7
Permitted disinfectant. ........ ... ...... ~.------------------.............. 0
Proceedings under packers and stockyards act, January, 193L...................~....~............_~_ 11
Stockyards posted~-~-~. .................~.................................~~...~............__~....... 11
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws--. .............................. .............~_........ 11
Newf publications of the bureau................................~-.~......... ............ ._.~... 12
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry...--.................... ..........~~.......... __.... 12


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inspection Granted
108. H. J. Heinz Co., 1062 Progress Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
12-K. Kingan & Co. (Inc.), Peters and Fair Streets, Atlanta, Ga.
MCeat Inspection Withdrawn

1-Q. Armour & Co., Elm and M~ulberry Streets,, Helena, Ark.
12-F. Kingan & Co., 630 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW'., Washington, D. C.
30. The Ray Provision Co., Center Market, Washington, D. C.
219. V. Kordalew~ski (Inc.), 5 Day Street, M~anton, R. I.
368. C. A. Freund Packing Co., 1215 West Libert tStreet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
957. Sihler Serum Co., 210 Central Avenue, Kannsas City, Kans.
Fromi subsidiary: Premier Provision Co. (Inc.), under establishment
341, Vacuum Sealed Food Corporat~ion, Newf York, N. Y'.
Steat Inspection Extended
27. North Packing & Provision Co., Somerville, Maess., to include W'hite,
Pevey & Dexter Co.
230. Northw-est Food Products Co., Seattle, W'ash., to include Hedlund & Co.
564. Illinois M~eat Co., Chicago, Ill., to include Broadcast Foods (Inc.).
37063--41








BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[January,


Change in Namae of Omal Establialument
784. Jacob Branfman & Son (Inc.), 178 Delancey Street, Neve York, N. Y.,
instead of Jacob Branfman.
Change in Address of O~idal Establishnent
$371. Kansas Packing Co., 822 Greenwich Street, New York, N. Y., instead of
443 West Thirteenth Street.
*564. Illinois Meat Co., 3939 Wallace Street, Chicago, Ill., instead of Fortieth
and WTallace Streets.
Change in Olcial Number of Establishmnent
317-A4. George Kern (Inc.), Eleventh Avenue, Fortieth to Forty-first Streets,
New York, N~. Y'., instead of No. 454.
Change in Address of Oledal in Charge
Dr. E. D. Kennedy, 602 Post Office Building, Los Angeles, Calif., instead of
504 Post Office Building.
Station Discontinued
Helena, Ark., meat inspection. (Remove M~r. AlcCaslin.)
Substation Discentinued
Manton, R. I., meat inspection, under Providence, R. I.
Note
Referring to December Service and Regulatory Announcements, notice of the
withdrawal of inspection from establishment 910, Pincus & Batt (Inc.), Phila-
delphia, Pa., applies only to the plant operated by them and located at 307
Catllowhill Street., and not to their other official establishments.


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
HOG CASINGS EXPORTED TO ROTTERDAM:
Attention is directed to Circular Letter No. 1672 requiring certification of
refrigeration for hog casings exported to the Netherlands (including Rotterdam).
The Nether~lands Government advises that as a rule shipments of casings to
Rotterdam have Germany as their final destination and only pass through
Rotterdam in transit and temporary storage, which is permitted by that Govern-
ment without certification of refrigeration. Accordingly, when the exporter fur-
nishes the inspector in charge assurance in writing that bills of lading for hog
casings state clearly that--
The casings are destined to be placed in temporary storage in Rotterdam
with the purpose of passing through that city in transit
the requirement for certification of refrigeration should be omitted.
EIORSE-M~EAT CERTIFICATES FOR NORWAY MUST BE VISAED
In accordance w'ith the regulations of Norway, certificates for horse meat
exported from the United States to Norway are required to be visaed by Nor-
wegian consuls in the United States.
CERTIFICATION OF HORSE MEAT FOR THE NETHERLANDS

Inspectors will issue M. I. Form 169 for horse meat and horse-meat products
destined to the Netherlands, in addition to the regular horse-meat certificate.
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 with 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


* Conducts lslugbrering.


$ No sealedl cars.














































ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
DECEMBER, 1930


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


1031]


in which the casings originated, but owing to the fact that the high officials are
changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Official title Foreign country
MCIinister of Agriculture_- ..... ...... ............ __ _.Chile.

The notice in Service and Regulatory: Announcements of January, 1928, is
hereby revoked so far as Chile is concerned.

FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL

Following are the name and specimen signature of a foreign official who has
been authorized b~y his national government to sign and issue foreign meat-
inspection certificates for meat. and meat food products exported to thle United
Stat es.


Country and namre


Signature


Dr.H. England


Station Ca


Baltimore................ .................
RBufain._._..~.~.........~.......~..........
Chicago.~~..................~........... ....., 1:
Cincinnati............. ................... ..
Cleveland..~..................
Denver.....~._...........~..................
Detroit.~....... ...... ................... .....
Fort Wort h .. ~................ .......... I
Indianapolis.....~................... ......
Kansas City~........................~.......
nIlil wsu kee....................... ......... 1
National Stock Yasrds....~....~..............
N'ew York~~.~......................... ......
.Omaba~..~.~...............................6
Philadelphia...~......................... .
St. Louis....................... ........... 1
Sioux City...................................3
South St. Joseph......~...................... 2
South St. Paul..~............................3
Wichita~......~... ..~....~...................
All other stations. ......................... 13!
Total: ..~~.c
December 1930........... 0
Deerubter 1929......~.......~.......I 03
12 months ended ~ece~mber l930.. 8, 17
12 months ended December 1929...: 8, 32
Newf York. B~rooklyn, Je-rsey' Clit and,
Ne~wark I.................. ........._ .. -I


rttle Calves Sb epba~nd


Goats


14



.




92



12


.
2 d


..........


Sw-inr*




715 390
91, 558
61,979~



201, 713

123,719
93. ;13
90).690O



1.30, 588
94,5"5
241, 100
.35, 964j


4. 8646 602

44, 2d5. 69


6,344
8,2;S
32,403

6,46, ~
6,893
6, 628


4,~ 073
14,892
27.667
15,500
13.606

13.707
4, 188
!2. 362
19, 016
6, 397 ;
l.,.231



'0, 33


2, 923 I


1,214


5,655 1
1,510
6. 21
22,7;31
3, 543
17, 426 ;
59, 222
9, 533
50,330
5. 154
6,258
41.982
2, 664
5,7;53
68, 864 ,
2, 1:1
8, 511

314 625 3



5;.032


2, 376
8,845
250, 673
10,483
13,576
9.480

12,0'0
5,n000
116, :545

27,919
275,4183
146,036
20, 137
4,705
ft, 314
88, 510
101. 200
fi,415
215,"62

1, 426, 416
1. 090, 959
186g,69.5.70
14, 023, 36'1

325, 59.


I The sisughter figures in this group of c~itirs alre included in the figures aborte for "Newr Yorki" andr
"All orthe~r stations" and are coambined he~rre to Fhowr total In the~ Greter3 C NewCI Yorrk District.
.Horses slaughtered:
December 1930..~..... .....~ .....~..~.~.................................~...~...~...~.......... 6 4

12 months endedi December 1930i.......~..................... ................~..................~ 13';. 8"
12 moths ended D~cember 1929.......~ ~................... ................... ................. 123', 8$S1
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 155.01;,323 inspect ion pounds; compound and other substitutes,
35,582,106 inspection pounds; sausage, 52,168,304 inspection pound', oleomargarine, 12,091,194 insnpection
pounds. Corresponding inspections for December, 1929: Lsrd, l14,294,1010 inspection pounds; compound
and other substitutes, 30,0M,50Y inspection pounds; sausage, 5 ;,995,244 inspection pounds; oleomorgarine,
;14,916,844 inspection pounds.













EXTENTOF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, DECEMBER, 1930


Retained` for tuberculosis
Anialsandstaionsla b tler Total Passed for Con-
cooking damned

Cattle, excluding calves:
Chicago..~.~.... .....~.~........................... 132, 403 5, 261 120 6406
Kansas City........~.~-....................... ...~.. 74, 0;3 269 11 52
Omaha..... .........~....................... ....... 63, 606 825 35 85

Swine:
Chicago.... ..~.~ ..~~~~-...............~...-.......~ 715, 590 78, 337 903 734
Kansas City............... .................. ~...-.1 201,713 10, 244 68 78
Omaha............................~~........... 203, 989 15. 425 97 106


CAUSE OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES NOVEMBER, 1930


Cause Cattle Calves Sh epbasnd Swtoe


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MCEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS, DECEMBER, 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 Decem-
ber, 1930, w~ith figures for other periods for comparison.

ImportsP of food animals


Country of export Cattle SwFine Sheep Goats

lIlexico....................................................-- -- 11,555 .......... 65 24
Canada........~ ...................................~~ .......... 651 10 112 I
Virgin Island-s (to Porto Rico).................... ...........~.. 118 24 17 ........~
Total: -
December, 1930........~.~............................. 12L.324 34 194 25
December, 14929............. ................... ..... 21, 380 54 54 3
12 months ended--
December, 1930................. 223. 917 408S 8. 696 128
December, 1929................. 504, 232 2, 474 26, 959 224


Imported meats and meat food products


Fresh and refrrgerated Cured andl Other metTotal
Country~ of export canned products weight
Beef Other

Pou nds Pou nds Pounds Pou nds Pounds
Argentinal............~.......... 151,919 286, 162 438, 081
australia..............~.. 567 12 5, 052 5,6831
Brazil..............~................... ...... .. ......... 2.I 2236, 053 35, 206 2. 271, 250
Canada.......................~........... 90, 006 1,7 253. 608 170,67;3 527. 462
New Zea1land ................... ...... 90 568.~.~.~...... 34, 755 61,322
Paraguay.... ..........~...... ...... ......... 6, 600 6, 600
L'ruguay............... ..... ,902 91,901 99, 803
Other count ries.~..............~............ 350 1.......1 53. 349 236, 945 290,644
Total. ---------
December, 1930........~..... ... 91. 265 39. 400 2. 702, 843 867. 294 3. 700. 802
Decembler, 192~.~.............. ~64. 292 188, 020 6 5855.663 979, 283 8.517, 258
12 months ended--
December, 1930~.......~..1 5, 659. 080 2. 922, 253 54. 112, 458 5, 682, 259 6S, 376, 050
Decem ber, 192. .~.~......(. 36. 620, 952 12, 149. 868 105, 074. 963 10, 972, 752 161, 818, 535

Condemned in December, 1930. Beef, 70 polunds; pork, 2 pounds; total, 72 pounds.
Refused entry): Beef, 515 pounds; pork, 380 pounds; total, 895 pounds.


BUREATJ OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[January,


Emaciation. ....~.~..........................~. ........ 630
Bog cholera.~~.~~.... .... ................... ..~..-.~..........
Inflammatory diseases......~.. .....~..~..~.~...... .... 1, 145
Immaturity..._.................................. .....
Tubrc~ulosis................... ....~....................I 1,8e36
Other causes. .............~............................. 1, 464

Total._...................................... 5,075


91

200
2641



761


364

836


558

1,758


40
1, 450
2,323

2,350
2, 923

9,095





l'931] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 5


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORKi IN COOPERATION
W'ITH STATES, DECEMBER, 1930


Tuberculin tests
during month


Total to d:


Once-


State








Calif....

Colo....


Del.....

D. C.-...
Fla..~....


Idaho-...
nIl~......


Iowa....

Kans....


Me..... .



M~ass~....
lRfich....
Alina-...
M~iss....


M~ont~...
Nebr_....

N. H~....

N. Alex.

N. Y....
N. C-....
N. Dak.
Ohio....

Okla-....

Oreg....
Pa...-....



S. Dak..
Tenn ...
Tex.~...

Utab....



Wash...
W'. Va..

Wis....

Wro....


State on~cial


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds


317

13
159


3, 683

1,491
1



55

3, 7;





2, 53

56 ,






10, 2532


83 ,





243

75
114



9

4I, 5


Be ds
under
sup~er-
viSIOn


27, 814
8,867 i
16,342
8, 64

2, 094







41, 563
209, 758

182, 264

200, 00


83,851

3,S15

43,817


s, 030
18(5, 070 !
12a,859

93, 728

38, 144
82, 191
3, 225
8, 3t;4
13,441
3,537

115, 218
25i, 924
72, 134



37, 163
140,921
;13

77,088
11,067
82, 118
10,472

10,02

12,00

71,0

72,746

188,406


3, 127, 6


Herds

lot\


3,195
126
619
155

SIs
816

199


100

2,738
328
8, 670

2, 896

10, 476

2, 5;8
983

628

757
1, 670
771
3, 080
3, 896
8

1, 851

4193

98
974
406
37

8, 86i4
232
2, 4900
7,722

55

1, 192
2,012
46

1,027
536
989
91

609

1,311

1,671
902
1,378

3,0901
37


tested-
free
herds


25. 227

16,329
8, 189

1,892
3, 278

4,821

8, 335

64,713
38, 288
58, 391

176, 615

100, 000

10,6412
83,701

3,419

42,866


4,482
194, 290
114, 387
12, 855

89, 791

3-1, 814
81,756
2, 919
3, 474
4,.971
3,425

32, ;S
256, 563
60,O 153
253,4175

6,754

36, 547,
122, 097
2-19

76,907
9,097

9,89






70,942

175,52

11,82


R. E.Jackson.....l C. A. Cary, Auburn.
F. L. Schneider... R. J. Hight, Phoenix.
WV. A. M~cDonald.l J. H. Bur, Little Rock.
W'. E. Hiowe~..~... J. P. Iverson, Sacramen-
to.
R. Snyder...~.~... C. G. Lamb, Denver.
R. L. Smith.~...... Charles Johnson, Hart-
ford.
E. B. Simonds_.... O. A. Newton, Bridge-
ville.
A. E. WTight~.....
J. O. Fish._...... J. V. Knapp, Tallahas-
see.
A. L. Birleman... J. RI. Sutton, Atlanta.
WO. A. Sulliran.~... A. J. Dickman, Boise.
J. J. Lintner~...... D. W. Ro bison, Spring-
field.
J. E._Gibson~..~... Franki H. Brown, In-
dianapolis.
J. A. Barger..e....l RI. G. Thornburg, Des
M~oines.
N. L. Towfnseid~.. J. H. lIlercer, Topekai.
W~. F. Biles.~...... D. E. West morland,
Frankfort.
0.T.Cole......~..E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
G. R. Caldwfell.... H. RI. Tucker, Augusts.
E. B. Simouds~.... James B. G~eorge, Balti-
more.
E. A. Crossman... E.F.Richardson, Boston.
T. S. Rich........, C. H. Clark, Lansing.
W. J. Fretz........l C. E Cotton, St. Paul.
H. Robbios..-----, O. B. Bradshaw, Jack-

Ralph Graham.~..- H. A. W'ilson, Jefferson
City.
J. W~. Alurdoeb.. W. J. Butler, Helens.
A. H. Francis.---- C. H. Hlays, Lincoln.
L. C. Butterfield.. Edward Records, Reno.
E. A. Crossman--.l A. L. Felker, Concord.
Eillis E. MIcCoy---l J. B. lucNeil, Trenton.
F. L. Schneider...J Mar Kpeean, Albugluer-
q ue.
H. B. Leonard....! E. T. Faulder, Albany.
W. C-. Dendingier. Wiblliam Mocore, Raleigh.
H. H. Cohenour. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.
A. J. De Fosser... C. M~cCandless, Colum-
bus.
L.J. Allen..~...... C. C. Hisel, oklahoma
City.v
S. B. Foster~..~.... W. H. Lytle, Salem.
J. B. Reidy.......| T. ugE. M~unce, Harris-
E. A. Crossman...l T. E. Robinson, Provi-
deone.
W. K. Lewfis....... W. K. Lewis, Columbia.
J. O. W\ilson. ..... T. H. Ruth, Pierre.
a L. Fry...._..... J. RI. Jones. Nashville.
H. L.Darby...~.. N. F. W'illiams, Fort
Worth.
F.E.M~urray..~...~ W. H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake City.
L. H. Adams~~..... Edward H. Jones, M~ont-
p~eller.
R. E. Brookbank~ .C. Oivens,Richmond.
J. C. Elline....... Robert Prior, Olympia.
H. hI. Newton.. John W~. Smith, Charles-
too.
J. S. Healy.~...... Walter Wiisnicky, hIndi-
son.
John T. Dallas~.... E. D. Port, Chey'enne.


3, 436

6,996
11, 795
88, 482

27, 123

175, 778

30,419
7,918
921

9,436
17i, 988

32, 479
73, 348
773

20, 403

8, 610
38, 294

13, 727
3, 145
945

120, 426
1, 508
50, 878
56,407


10, 553
25,022
898

3,681
10,788
5, 516
4, 170

3,254

29, 501

11,521
14,973
7,041

83,08


2, 56 1
12

2:,58
11


31

20
413

1,418


653


42



15
365

124

10




124
51


314

23




1,22 151


2, 639, 949 161, 311


Total.l 85, 370 1, 087, 83 1


Inspector in charge


Cate Cat-
tested rd



141,9501 1.5
2, 745 22
3,83 0
18, 1361 50
710! 4
13, 6851 293

2.598J~ 199














SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK DECEMBER, 193d


I i 1 1 1 1 1-


30.03


I Fractions denote men devoting part time to the work.
NOTE.---NO WorB reported from Utah. and West Virginia.

ANTI-IIOG-CHIOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, DECEMBER, 1930



Totalea serum e rpmd muje m-d Simu tanous B
comleed cleared virus


C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
December, 1930................... 53, 295, 611 42, 020, 429 56, 44~0, 828 2, 846, '30 11, 386, 913
December, 1929................... 44, 610, 549 36, 520, 084 38, 362, 474 3, 045, 454 8, 162, 834
12 months ended--
December, 1930_-............. 813, 892,616 658, 764, 170 809, 731, 441 61, 309, 238 169, 040, 300
December, 1929............... 992, 587, 074 716, 737, 455 823, 072, 192 60, 009, 208 199, 689, 072



LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, DECEMBER, 1930

License ]No. 83 wias issued December 1, 1930, to E. R. Squibb & Sons, Georges
Road, New Brunswick, N. J., for canine rabies vaccine and tetanus antitoxic.
License N~o. 164 wass issued December 1, 1930, to J. F. DeVine Laboratories
(Inc.), 34M St. John Street, Goshen, N. Y., for: Autogenous bacterin; bovine
abortion, bacterin (mixed); bovine abortion vaccine; calf-scour mixed bacterin;
equine abortion bacterin; equine influenza bacterin (mixed); hemorrhagic-
septicemia bacterin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bact~erin (avian); hemorrhagic
septicemia bacterin (bovine); hemorrhagic-septicemia bact~erin ovinee); keratitis
mixed bacterin (bovine); mastitis mixed bacterin (bovine); metritis mixed bac-
terin (bovine); mixed bacterin (avian); mixed bacterin (canine); mixed bacterin
(swine); navel-ill mixed bact~erin (equine); polyvalent mixed bacterin (equine);i
staphylococcus bacterin (canine); streptococcus mastitis bacterin (bovine);
swine-plague bacterin.


(January,


Demonstrations



Num- Hogs
ber treated




......... .... ff

15 484
8 145
I 165
31 176 |
...... .........I--] 8


Out-
breaks
reported
to
bureau
veteri-
Dsrl3Sn




3
B
21
1
38
1
12


12
9
9
2
6
1
8

28
1
1''

8

3
9


i


Bureau
veters-
narians
engaged
in wfork 1



I


Farms
quaran-
tmned
or
cardfed



.








I

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.
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State


Alabama...........
Califlorn ia. ......
Colorado..~....~....
Florida~.~......~....
Georgia. ..... ~
Idaho..............
Illinois... .
Indiana............
lowa......~...~......
Kansas..... .. .
K~entucky..........
Louisiana.........
Mlaryland..........

M~ississippi.........
Mlissouri...........
M~ontana.....~.......
Nebraska~.~...~....
North Carolina.-...
Ohio... .
Oklahoma.__...~....
South Carolins~~....
South Dakota......
Tennessee..........
Texas.~...~........

W~ashington-....... I
Oregon.....
W~isconsin..........

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4


26

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65

14
167



60


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1, 391


1, 654


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY









SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


1931]


LICENSES TERMINATED, DECEMBER, 1930

License No. 83, issued Mlay 29, 1925, to E. R. Squibb & Sous, Georges Road,
New Brunswick, N. J., was terminated December 1, 1930, because of the dis-
continuance of the production of anticanine-distemper serum; eanine-distemper
vaccine; mallein; and tuberculin. The license was reissued December 1, for
the products named above.
License No. 163, issued April 4, 1928, to the Fidelity Laboratories (Inc.), 1837
W~est Hickory Street, Oklahoma City, Okila., was terminated December 20, 1930,
because of the discontinuancet of roup bacterin, the only biologic produced other
than anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus.
Licenses No. 1643, issued February 13, 1925, April 8, 1926, Mlay 28, 1928,
and Malrch 12, 1929, to J. F. De~'ine Laboratories (Inc.), 340; St. Johin Street,
Coshen, N. Y'., w~ere terminated December 1 because of the discontinuance of
the production of anticalf-scour serum; anticanine-distemp~er serum; eaninedis-
distemper bacterin (mixed); mnallein; and tuberculin. The license w~as reissued
December 1 for the products named above.
Licenses No. 180, issued January 14, 1925, September 18, 1926, January 7,
1928, February 9, 1928, and April 19, 1930, to Kilusmire Biologic Laboratories,
2500 O Street, Omaha, N~ebr., w~ere terminated December 13 because of the
discontinuance of the production of all biologics named therein.


PERMITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, DECEMBER, 1930

Permit No. 6 was issued December 4, 1930, to A. Charklian, 516 Fifth Avenue,
New York, N. Y'., for the importation during 1931 of anthrax vaccine, maanu-
factured by Laboratoire des Vaccins, Pasteur Pour 1 E.'tranger, 83 Rue Dutot,
Paris, France.
Permit No. 11 was issued December 16, 1930, t~o Bert I. M~cDonald, 1717 Forest
Avenue, Waterloo, Iow~a, for the importation during 1931 of mixed bacterin
(rabbits), manufactured by P. Pajard, Liguge (Vienne), France.


BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS OTHER THAN ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUIM
AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED BY LICENSED ESTABLISH-
MENTS DURING CALENDAR YEAR ENDED DECEMBIER 31, 1930
Aggressins Doses
Anthrax aggressin.... __ ........ ........ .... ... 390, 220
Blackleg aggression (tissue exudate)........_ ___ __ __ 6, 064, 956
Blackleg filtrate (cultural)..... .. ... ... .. ....___ __ __ 454, 446
Hemorrhagic-septicem ia aggressi n....... .... ____ 3, 464, 550

Total_ _ ___ __ .. .. .. ._ ._ .______ 10, 374, 172
Antisera and sers
Abortion serum (bovine)------------ -............ 6, 2412
Anaerobic an~tit~oxin........ _._ __ __ 680
Anthrax serum..... ._ __ __ ____________ 793, 077
Blackleg serum...................._ __ 11, 651
Botulinus serum--_____ .......................... 43, 434
Distemper serum (canine).... .... .... ... ......__ 221, 882
Distemper, influenza and pneumonia serum (equine) ..._ 13, 952
Erysipelas serum (sw~ine) (for export, purposes only).... 39, 985
Hemorrhagic-septicemia serum.........._ ....__ 108, 588
M astitis serum (bovine) _......- .................. 4I, 768
Mixed infection serulm (avian)... ................. 31, 350
Mixed infection serum (canine) __......_ ............ 10, 008
Mixed infection serum (porcine)....___ .......... .. 11, 120
Navel-ill serum (equine)........................ _._ 4, 091
Normal serum--............................. ... ._ 6, 177
Scours serum (bovine)............._ _...........___ 42, 633
Scours serum (porcine)_........... ........_____ ... 2, 690
Streptococcus serum .__ ___ ... ......... ... 1, 582
Tetanus antit~oxin... .. .. ... .. .. .. .._ ...__ ..___ __ 241, 713
Venom senrum..........__ .... ................... 16'2


Total,_......___________ ___________ ___________ ____.


1, 595, 785









BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


IPanuary,


Biological Products Other than Anti-hog-cholera Seruml and Hog-cholera Virus Pro-
deuced by Licensed Establishments Ducring Calendar Year Ended Decem~ber 81,
1980-Continued


Bacterins


Abortion bacterin (bovine).... ..... ...._ .....
Abortion bacterin (equine)........... ..............
Abortion bacterin (porcine).............. .... ____
Autogenous b~acterin...____ .................... ....
Bacillus colon bacterin..............................
Bacillus pyogenes b~acteri n.. .. .. .... .. _
Blackleg bacterin__.... __ ____ .......... ..
Cholera-typhoid bacterin (avian) _..... ..._ __.....
Dist~emper bacterin (canine and feline).............. __
Distemper, influenza, and pneumonia bacterin (equine).
Gastro-enteritis bacterin (equine).. ... ........... .
Hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria. ... ... ___ _.... _
K~eratitis bact~erin (bovine) ___ __._ __ __ ._ _
Manstitis bacterin (bovine)_............. ......... ___
MIetritis bacterin (bovine)...---- .... .... .........
Mixed bacterin (avian) ... .... .... ......... .
Mixed bacterin (bovine) --___ _...................
Mixed bacterin (canine and feline)...................
Mixed bacterin equinen le) __ _... ..................
Mixed bacterin (lepine)_......__ _.............. .
Mix-ed bacte-rin (ovine).........__ ............... ..
Mixed bacterin (porcine) ___ __ __ __ __.............
Navel-ill bacterin (equine)........................ -
Pulmonary bacterin (bovine)-.......... _..... _.
Pulmonary bacterin (porcine)........................
'Rhinitis bacterin (porcine)... ---_ ..................
Roup bacterin. _____ __ __ _. .. .... ... ...... .
Scours bacterin (bovline -__ ..._...._ _.......
Scours baceterin (proeine) _..._ ................ ...
Staphylococcus bacteri n ... ........ _
Streptococc us bacterin _-. ... .... ... .. _


Doses
164, 634
1, 9741
13, 280
83, 305
505
1, 551
2, 840, 560
177, 305
104, 670
383, 760
330
2, 556, 450
174, 878
370, 900
52, 362
41, 957, .516
430, 622
53, 995
65, 010
44, 120
73, 672
845, 298
37, 688
84, 700
96, 380
6, 940
67, 536
139, 389
203, 827
8, 005
6, 408


Total _ __ _--.............. .. 14, 047, 570

Vaccines, viruses, and toxins


Abortion vaccine (bovine)__-_-- ...................
Anthrax vaccine_,-.__- .............. __........
Blackleg vaccine and virus._ _- _- ---- _........
Distemper antigen (canine __ .............~ .
Distemperr vaccine (eanine)......._ __ _.............
Distemper virus (canine)........ .__-_-- _... .... ...
Erysipelas vaccine (swine) (for export purposes only)...
Pox vaccinle (avian)______ ...............~- ........
Rabies vaccine_ ...... ..... .. ... __ --


89, 373
2, 439, 861
2, 267, 640
22, 633
24, 047
18, 005
418, 985
3, 063, 525
326, 407


8, 300, 476


T otal-- _- -- ..... ... .. .. .. .. .
Diagnostic agents


Johnin__ ___ _______________________...
Mllallein (ophthalmic, disks) -_ _-- _............
Mallein (ophthalmic, liquidl)........... .............
Malzllein (suboutaneous)....................----- -----
Pullorin ______________________-_____.....__
Tuberculin (intradermic) __ __ __ _
Tuberculin (ophthalmic, disks).... ...............
Tuberculin (ophthalmic, liquid) ______ ... .........
Tuberculin (subcutaneous) __ __ ... __ ... .......
Tuberculin (avian)............. .................- -


1, 326
22, 955
30, 724
5, 371
2, 060, 665
2, 293, 605
129, 945
190, 930
1 83, 627
738, 000


Total_______ ................_.. .... ................. 5, 657, 148

G rand total........ ....-....... ..... ..... ... .... 39, 975, 151








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS
(List revised to January- 16, 1931)
In accordance w~ith the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, the bureau has granted
permission to manufacturers and distributors for the use of the follow~ing saponi-
fled eresol solutions, in the general disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises:
Aeresel Cresol Compound, The Selig Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Anchor Brand Saponified Cresol Solution, The Antiseptic Products Co., Denver,,
Colo.
Atlas 50%0 Cresol Compound, Chipmian Chemical Engineering Co., New York,.

ADCO Cresolis, Amlericann Disinfecting Co. (Inc.)i, Sedalia, M~o.
Blue Cross Saponified Cresol, Blue Cross Veterinary Supply- Co., Superior, Nebr..
Booth's Cresol Compound, J. Al. Booth Chemical Co., El Paso, Tex.
Bourbon Cre~cll Compound, Bourbon Remiedy Co., Lexington, Ky.
Busol, Butfalo Scientific Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Barker's Saponiified Cresol Solution, Barker, M~oore &r Elein Co., Philadelphia,
Pa .
Clarisol, Internationasl Chemical Co., Chicago, Ill.
Cooper's Saponified Cresol Solution, Wmn. Cooper &L Nephews, Clhicago, Ill.
Cre-O-Cris, Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Cre-Septic, Theo. B. Rob~ertson Products Co., Chicago, Ill.
Cresol Compour~nd Cliftonl, Clifton Chemical Co., New York, N. Y'.
Crestall Dip, Baird & M~c~uire (Inc.),, Holb~rook, Mass.
Cresy~line Cresol Compound, The Hunt Mannufactu~ring~F Co., Cleveland, Ohio..
Creusaln Sazponified Cresol Solution, U. S. Sanitary Specialties Corporationl,
Chicago, Ill.
Curts-Folse Cresol Compound Solution. Curts-Folse Lab~oratories, Kiansas,
City, Kans.
Cresnol Cresol Compound, Fort Pitt Chemical Co., Pit tsb~urghi, Pa.
C-4l Soluble Disinfectant, Coopers Creek Chemical Co., W'est. Conshohocken,.
Pa.
Cardis, Thle P. Al. Frank Disinfect~ing Co., New~ York, N. Y'.
Garden Brand Saponified Cresol Solution, Cardenl-Drury Chemical W'orks,,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Crystal Saponified Cresol Solutioni, Cry.stal Soap & Chemical Co. (Inc.), Phila--
delphia, Pa.
Carbola Liquid Disinifectant, Carbolac Chemnical Co. (Inc.\, Natural Bridge,.
N. Y.
Chemo Cattle Disinfectant, Chemo Company, Buffalo, N. Y.
Coliseptol, Beebe Laboratories (Inc.), St. Paul, Mlinn.
Creoslave, The Chemical Supply Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Creco Special, Creco Co. (Inc.'l, Long Island City, N. Y'.
Cresylol, Norden Laboratories, Linicolni, Nebr.
Crespolin, The W'orrell Mlanufacturingp Co., St. Louis, Mlo.
Corn States 50% Cresol Siolution., Thle Corn States Serum Co., Omaha, Nebr..
Creoxil, The Paine Drug Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Cres-Tone, W'. D. Carpenter Co. (.Inc.'i, Syracuse, N. Y'.
Car-Cresol, Noyes Bros. & Cutler (Inc.), St.. Paul, M~inn.
Cabell's Hatchers Disinfectant, The Cabell Chemical Co., Huntington, WT. Vra.,
Cres-Ada-Cide, C. H. Wa~ite, Sprinigfield, Vt.
Cresoapol, American Veterinary Laboratories, K'ansas City, h10.
Dr. Hess Saponified Cresol Solution, Dr. Hess & Clark (Inc.), Ashland, Ohiio..
Dioxy Cresol Compound, Preston T. Rhiodes, Philadelphia, Pa.
Deodol, The Norw~ich Pharmacal Company, Norwich, N. Y.
Dixsoline, Dixie Chemical Co. (Inc..), New Orleans, La.
Dinsol, MLeyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis, R10.
Dr. Le Gear's Cresol Disinfectant., Dr. L. D. LeGear Miedicine Co., St.. Louis,.
M~o.
Economy Disinfectant, Economy Hog & Cattle Powder Co., Shenandoah,
Iow~a.
Elkay's Agricultural Disinfectant, United Drug Co., Boston, M~ass.
Fecticide, Parke, Davis &: Co., Detroit, M~ich.
Fort Dodge Saponified Cresol, Fort. Dodge Sjeruml Co., Fort. Dodlge, Iowas.
Fuller's 50%0 Cresol Solution, Fuller Biological Laborat~ory. Springv~ille, N. Y.,
Fidelity Stock Disinfectant, Fidlelity Laboratories (Inc.), Chicago, Ill.
Germo-Cresolis, Germo M~anufacturing Co., St.. Louiis, R10.
Glidden Shur-Shot Disinfectant, The Cliddenl Co., Cleveland, Ohio.




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10 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January,

Genpo Saponified Cresol Solution, General Compounding Corporation, Brook-
lyn, N. Y.
Globe 50%0 Cresol Solution, Globe Laboratories, Fort Worth,4'rex.
Glover's Cresol Disinfectant, H. Clay Glover Co. (Inc.), New York, N. Y.
Grotta Zoo-O-San No. 1, Adolphe Grotta, Philadelphia, Pa.
Germalene Cresol Compound, Germalene Chemical Co., Houston, Tex.
Germi-Sol, Dr. David Roberts Veterinary Co. (Inc.), WaTukesba, Wis.
Hexsolis, Tar Products Corporation, Providence, R. I.
Hockwald's Creo-Lic Dip, Hockwald Chemical Co., San Francisco, Calif.
Holt's Liquor Cresolis Compound, Howard Holt Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Hemingway_'s 50%b Cresol Solution, Hemingwaya & Co., Chicago, I~lL
Heinrich's Crestall Solution, The Heinrich Chemical Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Jen-Sal 50%7 Cresol, The Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories, Kansas City, Mo.
Kiarspray, West Disinfecting Co., Long Island City, N. Y.
Key-State Disinfectant, Interstate Chemical Co., Jersey City, N. J.
Kremulso, Leeds Chemical Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Keystone Brand Saponi~ed Cresol Solution, James Good (Inc.), Philadelphia,
Pa.
Kreo, The WT. T. Rawleigh Co., Freeport, Ill.
K~re-Sol, Connecticut Chemical &r Disinfectant Co., New Haven, Conn.
Koppers Disinfectant No. 5. Water-Soluble, American Tar Products Co., Pitts
burgh, Pa.
K~re-Lik, J. F. Devine Laboratories (Inc.), Goshen, N. Y'.
Krefecto #2, San Antonio Drug Co., San Antonio, Tex.
Ka-De-Co Cresol Solution 50%~, K~iefer-Stewrart Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Krosan, Joseph Kroger Soap Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Kresolig, Z. D. Gilman, Washington, D. C.
Licresolis, West Disinfecting Co., Long Island City, N. Y.
Lilly's Cresol Compound U. S. P., Eli Lilly & Co., Indiana~polis, Ind.
Lee's 50% Cresol Solution, Geo. H. Lee Co., Omaha, Nebr.
Masol, Charles B. Rhodes, Kansas City, Mo.
Mapco 50%7 Cresol Compound, M~ichel & Pelton Co., San Francisco, Calif.
Midland Cresol Compound, Midland Chemical Co., Dubuque, lowa.
Mloorman's Saponi~ed Cresol, Moorman Masnufacturing Co., Quincy, Ill.
Myco Disinfecto, Mlasury Y~oung Co., Boston, Mlass.
Mlarereso, M~arrinan Medical Supply, St. Paul, MIinn.
Miller's 50%~ Cresol Solution, Miller Chemical Co., Omaha, Nebr.
Mlacosol, McConnon & Co., Winona, Mlinn.
Mlooney's Cresol Compound, Mooney-Mueller-Ward Co., Indianspolis, Ind.
NSCO Cresol Compound, National Supply Co., Birmingham, Ala.
Pennsy~lvania Railroad Saponified Cresol Solution, Pennsy~lvania Railroad Co.,
Altoona, Pa.
Prat~ts Cresol Disinfectant, Pratt Food Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Red Seal Liquor Cresolis Compound, Shores-M~ueller Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Reilly's Cresolis Compound, Republic Creosoting Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Roger's 50%~ Cresol Solution, Det~roit White Lead Works, Chicago, Ill.
San-1-Sol, M~cLaughlin Gormley King Co., Mlinneapolis, Minn.
Sapo-Cresol Special, Cremoline Disinfecting Co., St.. Louis, M~o.
Sherwin-Williams 50%, Cresol Solution, The Sherw-in-W'illiams Co., Chicago,
Ill.
Solereo S. L., The Standard Laboratories, Chicago, Ill.
Standard Saponified Cresol Solution, The Standard Chemical Co., Tacoma,
Wash .
Supersan Cresol Compound, Chemical Compounding Corporation, Brooklyn,
N. Y.
San-I-Sol, Peet Stock Remedy Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Stance Solution of Cresol Compound, Standard Drug Co., Meridian, Miss.
Tri-Kreeide, Pitman Moore Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
20th Century Disinfectant, 20th Century Manufacturing Co., Cedar Rapids,
Iowa.
U-C-Cos Cresolis, United Chemical Cos., Kansas City, M~o.
Van Schaack's Liquor Cresolis Comp., Peter Van Schaack & Sons, Chicago,
Ill.
Watkins 50%0 Cresol Solution, The J. R. Watkrins Co., Winona, Minn.
Zelco Disinfectant, The Sanitary Products Corporation, New York, N. Y.
Zenisol, Zenoleum Products Co., Detroit, Mich.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEllfENTS


19511


PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS:ACT,
JANUARY, 1931

Dokete No. 81!,.--In re Jos. L. Baer, National Stock Yards, Ill. On June 18,
1930, the Acting Secret~ary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging
that respondent had violated the act in that he had engaged in an unfair, unjustly
discriminatory, and deceptive practice in connection with the buying and selling
of livestock in commerce at a stockyard. On December 8, 1930, the respondent
acknowledged service of the order of inquiry, admitted the truth of the matters
and things therein alleged, and waived a hearing thereon. On January 241,
1931, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued a cease and desist order and
suspended the registration of the respondent for a period of one y-ear.
Docket No. 815.--In re J. A. Stewart, market agency and dealer, Augusta, Ga.
On June 26, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and
notice, alleging violation of the act. by~ failure of respondent to execute and mnain-
tain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as
a market agency and dealer. On September 15, 1930, a hearing w~as held at which
time respondent was given an opportunity to present such evidence as might be
relevant and material. On January 5, 1931, respondent eas suspended from
registration as a dealer and market agency for six months, with leave during said
period to apply for a revocation of this suspension upon a satisfactory showing
to the Secretary of Agriculature that he has filed a reasonable bond to suitable
trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as a market agency
and dealer and has on file with the Bureau of Animal industry a fully executed
duplicate of said bond. It was also ordered that the respondent cease and desist
from doing business as a market agency and dealer without maintaining a realson-
able bond t~o suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred
as such market agency and dealer.
STOCKYARDS POSTED
The following stockyards have been posted inl the last. three mionths as coming
within the jurisdiction of the packers and stockyards act: J. W~. C'onder Co.
Stockyards, Columbia, S. C., November 10, 1930; Bratggs-hlillsaps &r Blackwell
Stockiyards, Atlanta., Ga., December 2, 1930; Smlyth Bros. Upchurch & Jones
Stock Yard, Atlanta, Ga., January 3, 1931.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAW'S
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-
latory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-eight-Hour;Law
At~chison, Topeka &r Santa Fe Railway Co. (two cases), $200 penalties.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.
Central of Georgia Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Chicago &r North Western Railway!, $100 penalty.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. (three cases), $30)0 penalties.
Chicago, Rock Island &r Pacific Railway Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.
Great Northern Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Gulf, Colorado &r Santa Fe Railw~ay Co., 5100 penalty.
Louisville &r Nashville Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Michigan Central Railroad Co., $100 penaltyr.
Missouri, K~ansas &r Texas Railway Co. (four cases), $400 penalties.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. (tw~o cases), 5200 penalties.
Norfolk &r Western Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Northern Pacific Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (twfo cases), $200 penalties.
Livestock Quarantine Law
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul &r Pacific Railway Co., $100 fine for interstate
transportation of a dead hog from Wisconsin to Illinois in same car with live
animals.
.Minneapolis, St. Paul &: Sault Ste. Masrie Railway Co., $100 fine for failure to
mark waybill "tuberculous cattle."




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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12 avBAny oF ANIMUls INDUSTRI x pnuary, nuee

Cage Vivrette, Clinton, K~y. $500 fine and six months' imprisonment for inter--
state shipment of cattle from Mdississippi to Kentucky without Iior tuberculin *
test. Sentence as to imprisonment probated.
Harvey Turobough, Brookhaven, Miss., three months' imprisonment for inter-
state shipment of cattle from Mississippi to Kentucky without prior tubecaulia~
test. Sentence probated.
W. D. Turnbough, Brookhaven, Miss., three months' imprisonment for interc
state shipment of cattle from Missiesippi to Kentucky without prior tuberculia:
test. Sentence probated.

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees but sends copies to-
officers in charge of stations and offces. These publications should be regarded as notifloation copies. Be r
far as possible additional copies wpill be furnislhed on request.)
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1179 (revised), Feeding Cottonseed Products to :3
Livrestock. By E. W. Sheets and E. H. Thompson (deceased), Animal Hus--
bandry Division. Pp. 14, figs. 2.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1652. Diseases aend Parasites of Poultry. By John
S. Buckley and Hubert Bunyea, Pathological Division and Eloise B. Cram,.
Zoological Division. Pp. 62, figs. 27.
Farmers' Bullet~in No. 1301 (revised). The Guinea Fowl. By Andrew 8.
Weiant (resigned), Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 13, figs. 6.
Amendment 8 to B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective January 2, 1931. P. 1
(mimeographed).
Map showing quarantine for tick fever of cattle. December 1, 1930. 12 by
24 inches. (Twro colors.)

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
Chief: JoHN R. MOHLER.
Associate Chief: Ur. G. HOUCK.
Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER.
Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerki: J. R. COHRAN.
Assistant to Chief: D. S. BencH.
Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief.
Bi'ochemic Division: M. DORSET, chief.
Division oft Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, Chief.
Divisionl of Viruls-S'erum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.
Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief.
Meat Inspection Divlision: R. P. STEDDOaa, chief.
Packers an~d Siockyards Division: A. W. MIILLER, Chief.
Pathological Divlision: Jornw S. BUCK(LEY, chief.
Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, Chief.
Turberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHaT, chief.
Zoological Division: M AU RICE C. H ALL, chief.
Ex~perimnent Station: W. E. Corrow, superintendent.
O~tlice of ,Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in Charge.
O~tgfice of Personnel: GEORGE R. BROWN, in charge.








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