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

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United States Departm~~ c




SERVICE AND REGULATORY

BUREAU OF ANIMAL IND1


MA Y, 1930


[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,
concerning tbe work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the
service of the bureau, establishment at whieb the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public oneegrs
whose duties makre 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 2.5 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each ollicial in
charge of a st at ion or branch of the bureau service, who should prom ptly distribute copies to members of
his force. A9 fle should be kept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS

Changes in directory.._..............~...............~...~... .............. ...................
Notices regarding meat suspect ion... ...........~..... ..~..........................~...~..............
A nimal casings of foreign origin.......................... ................ ................ ....
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspect ion, A pril, 19130. ...................................
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, A pril, 19130 .. ...........
Causes of condemnation of carcarsses, M~arch, 1930 ................... ..~......~.~..... .....
Im ports of food animals and of meats and meat food products........... ... .............
summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with Stales, April, 0.........
Summary of bog-cholera-control work, A pril, 1930. ............... .. .~... ...........
Anti-bog-cholera serum and bog-cholera rirus produced under lic~enses...e...) ..... ...
Licenses issued for biological products-, April, 1930~~..~......... .....`x.C.,.r .......
Field assay for phenol in serums and viruses...._..~..... .... <....... ...........
Permitted disinfectants.....-..................~........................ ..gi ........
Locating source of communicable diseases through F. I. Form Lf-C reporJ*....... .
P. I. Form 59-C superseded by P. S. Form 59-C........ .......... .......
Declaration regarding foot-and-mouth disease and rinderpest mo foreign countrjies;-:... ... .......
Notice regarding military leave. ... .......... -q- ..4. ....... :
Results of prosecutions for violatiaos of lawfs..... $ ..
Newf publications of the bureau.......... ........... ,r: ..xfJ....~.~ ~ r...=......
Organization of rhe Bureau of Animal Industry.......:........ ...... /*-..d..~.,.......


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Meat Inspection Withdrawn

225. Superior Packing Co. (Inc.), 7412-744 West. Forty-fifth Street, Chicago,
Ill.
761. Roma Provision Co. (Inc.), New Y'ork, N. Y.
From subsidiary: R. Alarston Co., under establishment 1020,
Boston Food Products Co.

Horse-Meat Inspection Withdrawn

E-91. Holland-American Operating Co., Great Falls, Rlont.

Meat Inspection Extended

2--P. Armour & ~Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., to include The North American
Provision Co. and Hammond Packing Co.
71. Swift & Co., Jersey City, N. J., to include Underw~ood Packing Co.

Change in Name of Omicial Establishment
7~2-B. Nevada Packing Co., Fourth and Alameda Streets; mail, P. O. box 750,
Reno, Nev., instead of Western Meat Co.
S552. Hebrew National Kosher Sausage Factory (Inc.), 155 East Broadway,
New Y~ork, N. Y., instead of Hebrew National Kosher Sausage Factory.
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CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inspection Granted

The Great Atl~antic & Pac~ific Tea Co., State St~reet and Pennsylvania
Railroad; mail, P. O. box 1447, Indianapolis, Ind.
Pincus &r Batt (Inc.), 307 Callowhill Street; mail, 218 Callow~hill Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.


419-R.

910.








40 BUJREAU OF ANIlWAL INDUSTRY [May,

New Station

St. Albans, Vt., Canadian import and export inspection, Dr. H. M1. Smith,
in charge.
Change of Oicial in Charge
Dr. J. A. Thompson succeeds Doctor Kitzhofer as inspector in charge at Grand
Forks, N. Dak.
Dr. J. H. Kitzhofer succeeds Doctor Jobuson as inspector in charge at West
Fargo, N. Dak.
Dr. B. C. Johnson succeeds Doctor Stingley as inspector in charge at Albert
Lea, Mlinn.
Dr. O. A. Stingleyv succeeds Doctor Bingham as inspector in charge at Topeka,
Kans.
Dr. F. S. Bingham succeeds Doctor Smith as inspector in charge at Providence,
R. I.
( Corrretions in New Directory
Page 1. Arlington, L. I., should be Arlington, S. I. (Staten Island.)
Page 22,. Add establishment 294, Joseph S. Stein & Co., 705 CallowNhill Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Page 27. Under establishment 680, Armour & Co., H. H. Stanton Co. should
be E. H. Stanton Co.

NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN

Cert~ifcat.es required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,
which bear the official title of the high offcial of the foreign country as specified
below~, w~ill 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 the casings originated, but owing to the fact that the high officials are
changed fromn time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Oneiaiil title Foreign country
lilinister of the Interior,-,---........................ Sweden.


ANIlllALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MlEAT INSPECTION,
APRIL, 1930

Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swine

Baltimore~..~............................... 5,608Y 1,4307 410 ........ 55, 122
Butfalo.~ ~~.................... ... ......--.... 7 2, 876 6. 671 ....... 67, 5418
Chcao. ...................... 117, 309 66, 933 2412, 637 I 68, 306
Cincinnati....~ ..~.-~.~~.................. ... II8 9, 618 I6, 022 275,4164
Clevela nd .. ............ .. 5,878 6,397 11,684 ........ 4646
Den ver. ......... ~~-............... 6, 657 1, 655 23. 51 1 ..... 26, 002
Detroit.~.~.....~~........................ 6, 136 7, 778 7, 131 I 67, 227
Fort W~orth.~..........~..~~.~. ............ 18, 291 8, 98 1 25, 390 89 I .39, 577
Indi~sapohs~.........................~~.. 15, 386 6, 52; 4,i ...... 99, 041
Kansas City~...~.......~.....~.... .......... 60, 547 16I,034 173,498 22 198, 146
nIlilwaukee...~.........~......... ........... 13, 878 ;2,927 I ,6 ........ 101,84
National Stock Y'ards-.................... 24,.005 15, 3941 23, 231 ............~ 02 717
New Y'ork~......~._~__~.~.....~............ 31, 037 64, 067 219, 157 19 94, 798
Omaha.....~.~.~..~.~............~.......... 67, 43 4r, ;03 I20)9, 631 4 I 180, 480
Philadelphia~..~.....~.-....~~............ 4 8, 137 1,99...... 76, 737
St. Louis................ .. 10, 628 8, 927 4,229 1.......~.. .. 13,416
Siou~r City....~....~.......~....... .......... 33, 1411 1, 579 62, 174 4 108, 795
South St. Joseph...................... ..~ 20,241 5, 633 131, 867 5 68, 283
Youth St. Paul.............. .......... .... 41,703 .58, 921 2 32 ... .. .. 184,733
Wvichita............................~~~~~~~. 5,599 1,811 15,262 6 55,804
All other stations.....~... ............~..... 127,6851 81, 330 178, 33941 ,310
Total: A pril, 1930~-....~.~-.~......... 634, 987 454, 635 1, 386, 5419 570 3, 480, 415
A pril, 192~..~.~...~...........~~ 662, 382 460, 297 1, 118, 935 1, 9241 3, 761, 230
10 months ended A pril, 1930..1 6, 937, 37 1 3, 71-1, 548 1 2,642, 209 19, 873 39, 177, 391
10 months ended April, 1929.. 6, 971, 740 3, 755, 351 11, 459, 228 16, 743 39, 610, 035
New Y~err ork, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and 2,8 8 14 4


I The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for New York and all other
.stations and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.










Horses slaughtered in April, 1930.~.-...~..... .....~... ...................~~-....................... Ps, 40'i
Bores slaughtered in April, 19291..~~...~..~...~.~.~......................... ......... .. 4, 212
10 months ended April, 1930..~..~-.~......~...............~.~................ .............~... ..... 113, 841I
pI months ended April, 1929.__._._._....~.~.._..-....................... .....-...~.-~.-.~....... 98, 288
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 131,L55,749 inspection pounds, com pound and ot her jubst itutes,
36,868,8e54 inspection pounds; sausage, 50,834,FO7 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 13,1493.533 inspection
pounds.
Corresponding inspections for April, 1929: Lord, 152,113,7001 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 33,542,711L inspection pounds; :ausage, 63,56:,410 inspection pounds, oleonia~rgarine, 13.572,042
inspection pounds.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actu,7l production, as the samze product may' have
been inspected and recorded more thtan onc~e in the process of ma nufacture.)

EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANTT MARKETS, APRIL, 1930


Retained for tubprc~ulosi


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MIEATS AND MLEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

The statements following show the imports of food animals anid of mients and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animial Industry during A~pril,
1930, w~ith figures for other periods for comparison.

Imnlports of food anrrimals


Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep G~oats


M exico.. .. . .. .. 47, 214 .. 2, 18i i... .
C anada...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 7::::: 926 26 20 2
Channel Islands~~-~.- _~~._._~ __.... .. .. ... ...... 396 .. .. ... .. .. .. ... ..
England----. _-._-__._.~... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 1 3 .
Bootland.~-. -..........- -- .. .. ...... ...... 33 ............ 3312 .
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico). .~.....~....~........... 381 ............ ....~........ ............
Total :
A pril, 1930~--._-~_-....--_~.-................ 55, 969 2tj 2, 351 2
April,19'29~.~..~...~. ............~. _~~_~_..... !r9, 52 65 11.;:35 16
10 months ended April, 1930..-.~..~......~.... 352, 591 2, 041 7, 80; 148
10 months ended A pril, 1929..._...........~.~.) 471, 321 2, 880 3-1, 947; 243


SERVICE AND REGULATORY' ANNOUNCEMENTS


shlautter


K~ind and station


Cattle:
Chicago.~~--.~...~.............................
kaRnsas City...~...........~............. ..... ...
Omabhs~............... ..~ .... .... ..........~.........
Swfine:
Chicago....~.-.~..~........... ..~........... ..~..
Kancas City.._........ ........... .................
Omahs.... ..........~.....~....~.~.~.~............


117.300


45f8,301
198,q 14f
140, 49 J


CAUSES OF CONDEMC~NATION OF CARCASSES, MARCH, 1930


Cause Cattle Calves


Emaciation.~...~.~ ...~........~.~ ..........~............ 453 14.5
Bog c~holers...... ................... ................... .~..........j. ........~...
Inflammatory diseases. ............. ........... ....~..| 1,1 2nS
Immaturity.~.__.~. _~.~.~.......... .......... ... ..~.... 677
Tuberculos-is .. .. . . 1,8765 30
A~llother causes........................................: 91Rj 205
I'otal...__._..~............ .................. 4,?z27 1, 331


Sheep Swine


534


48
818



3,;46

10,042


IsaUl


. I


Total P orCondemned



4,.550 103 4 75l
2775 27
744 25 57

| 67951932! 730
|11, 014 124 103
17, 52 lu1 19












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BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


Imported meats and meat food products


phray,


Fresh and refrigerated
Cured and ;Other mea; Total
canned products weight
Beef Other ''


Pou nds Pounds Pou nds Pou nds Pounds
......... ......... 4, 485, 495 2, 300 I 4, 487, 795
61, 226 23, 492 ....... 14. 4b33 i 99, 151
33........ ......... 190,701 30, 240 I 220, 941
334,232 369,650 589, 331 263, 520 1, 556, 733
376, 406 10, 672 387, 078
.-~..~~............. ..... ~ 4ailson ::::_.1 :::: .... ... ...... .... ... 3, 63,583 34, 398 3, 197, 981
422~l~, 742 ......... ... 26, 79 122 89u 772, 427

1, 194, 606 403 814 9, 00,4.98 467,:B 87I 1, 156, 705
4, 014, 858 1, 612", 591 9. 144~, 678 922, 836 15, 694, 963
22, 8;6, 496G 5, 368, 925 / 77, 70, 437 7, 436, 932 1 13, 152, 700
46, 006, 508 12, 165, 306 71, 501, 2411 9, 694, 01 i 139, 367, 116


Country of export


Australia_..~~-..~.~.~.~. ~~.~.............



ParaguaSy~~..~.~.~.----~.~.~..............
Uruguay__~.~.....-.~. ...................


Total:
A pril, 1930~......~..-.~~.-........
A\ pril, 1929... . .
10 months ended A pril, 1930~.....
10 months ended A pril, 1929...


Condemned in A9pril, 1930: Beef, 295 pounds; pork, 12 pounds; total, 307 pounds.
Refused entry: Pork, 26 pounds.


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


Tublerculin tests during
mourb


Total to da


Ala. ...
Ariz.....
Ark.....
Calif....

Colo....
Conn~...

DeL. ..


Fla......


Idaho...
Ill.......

Ind.....



Kans ....
Ky.......



M\e.....
Md... .

Mass5.. ..

Mrich....
Mlinn...


Alo.....


Nebr....
Nt ....
N. H.~...
N. .1...
N. \les.


Inspectsl in chase





R. E. Jackson.~....
F. L. Schaelder...
W'. A4. M~cLonald.
R. Sn. der.... ~.....

11'. E. How~e......
R. L. Smith.......

E. B. Simlonds~....


J. G. Fish.........

A~. L. Hilleman...
W\. A~. Sulbran9....
J. J. L~intner....

J. E. Gibson....

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

N. L. Tolwnsend..
W'. F. Biles.. ..

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

G H. Cald well .
E B. Simonds....

E. A. Crossmasn.~..

T. S. Rlch.........
W~. J. Fretz.._.....
H. Robbins~....~..

Ifalph Oraham....

J. W~. Mrurdjock....
A. H. Francis. ...
L. C. Butte~rfield..
E. A. Crossman...
W. G. M iddleton.
F.L. Schoeider ..


State official





C. A. Cary, A~uburn.
R. J. Hight, Phoenis.
J. H. Busx, Little Rock.
J. P. I\rson. Sicra-
mento.
C. G. Lamib, Denver.
Charles Johnson, Hart-
ford.
O). A. Newton,, Biridge-
ville.

J. V'. Knapp,' Tsilabas-
see.
J. RI. Sutton, A-tlants
A. J. Dick man, Boise. j
D. W. Robison, Springil
field.
Frank B. Brown,, In-
dianapolls.S
RIl. G3. Thoruburg, Des
M~oines
J. B. Mecrcer, Topeka.
D. E. WYest morland,
Frankfort.
E. P. Flow~er, Baton
Rouge.
H. hi. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George, Balti-
more.
E. F. R ic~hardson, Bos-
too.
C. H. Clark, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
G. B. Bradshawf, Jack-
son.
H. A. Wi'lson, Jeferson
City.
W\. J. Butler, Belena.
C. H. Hays, Lincoln.
Edwasrd Records, Reno.
A. L. Felkier, Concord.
J. H. 10cNeil, Trecton.
Ma~t leenan, Albu-
querque.


Heds Cattle
or tested I
lot



1,900 13, 2E88
83 5,020


43 951



314, 455


ar9 3,418

1, 9411 5,0"8 I

9, 0861 97,91 EI

3, 3661 29, 33 (

7, 0061 123, 333
1, 576 2,68
1, 024. 8, 5?.3

226, 331;

1, 58 7 71




2,671 52,65
362, 511

1,1;1 13,74,

230 5. 10
3, 1371 40, 114
1216 4,37 :
192 15,1 2
513 5, 3 1


Once-
tested
free
herds



8.366
11,9134
7,311


14.3:



8, 123

413, 0-0
3r;, 862




13F,, 9-19

102,57



78. 374

2,13 .1
402, ??8

10, 359

32, 943

13, 29
10,12
9,23
50,425


tie


Herds
under
super-
v'ision


11,492
8(, 454








61,-114

l8,951

4;0, 127
10.8,990



103,373
80), 2:3

3,068

13, 817
32, 601

6, 003

185, 0;0



84, 234

35, 702
78,37t0
2, 301
7, 997
11, 657
2,7:281


Ar-
cred-
ited
herds


317

191
135

IS2
3, Ill



1
9 9

31
e3
.5, Stic

22, 130



597
39

13

952
8, 937

1, 763

;9
9, 083
28

230

91
120
161
4 268
3, 419
24


Cattle
re-
acted




45
93-1

12



432




I
91

!3,
2



91




1, 036


323






6
233
317



























































SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WIORK~, APRIL, 1930


i.Fractions denote men devoting part time to the work.


I
.14

1. 5
2
1
1
1

1.5

1
35. 23


herds herds vision


26, 152 :8,6351 114,F699
256,619 305 256i,92-1
56, 189 5, 322 6;, 78
202,79 b~l l4l 209,000



22, 4293 453 22?.91
116,923 6,1161 1133,9
249 134: 1

68, 57 1168, Ti-
9, 851 1, 187 11, 25
;0, 523 12 070
82 402 571

12 2.54 99 12, 037

5,487 ;,4.50 21, 957

52,23 97[J2 s3, 492

4529 3 43.398
60, 135 c2 1,99


19301 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 43


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
tiWITH STATES, APRIL, 1930--Continued


Tu bercu lin test s du ring oa odt
mou t bTtl od

S tate ed tl Onc:e- 40- Herds Infpector in charge State official
Cattle tested cred- under
or tested re- fe td spr
ltols acted


N'. Y.... ,,929( 106,9
N~. C..... 2021 2,41-13
N. Dak 1, 4991 32, 68
Ohio.... 8, 935 76, 01

Ok-la~.... 831 4, 061

Org. 1,35 1160
Pa...... 10,4401 00,05

R. 1..... 103 1,92

S. C..~... 1, 237 5, 512
S. Dak.. 274 ? 52
Tenn.... 1, 3031 12,83
Tel....3671 7,717

L 'tab.... I, 241 8, 30

V't....... 971 19,93

Va.~..... 2,4:01 15,-18

as.. 1, 179 1694
W. I. 9.52 10, 59

WFis..... 5,014 91,07



Total 9h., 102 1, 09. 677


6,021

197
6;85

2 2

52


100

2
40
013

505

215

53

1t2
31


H. B. Leonardl.....
W'. C. D~endinger.
H H. Cohenour. .
.1. J. D~e Fosset...

L. J. AllenD........

S. B. Foster.......
J. B. Reidy.......

E. .Crossman...



H. L. Fry.....~...
H. L. Darby\......

F. E. .11urrayv.....

L. H. Aidams.~..~..

H E. Brookbank.

J. C. E~line ....
HI. .11. Newfton ..

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

John T. Dallas...


E. T. Faulder, Albrany.
WYilliam Rloore, Raleigh.
W. F. Crewfe, Bismarck.
C. nIclCandless Co-
lumbrus.
C. C. Uisel, Oklahoma
SCity.
W'. B. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. 2Ilunc~e, Harris-
burg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
W. K. Lewis, Columbiar
T. B. Ruth, PIerre.
J. 10. Jones, NsLhville.
N. F. W'illiamis, Fort
Worth.
W'. H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake City.
Edwrard H aJonesRont-
pelier.
H. C. G~ivens, Ric~h-
mondl.
Robert Prior, Olvmpia.
John W~ SmiithC'harles-
too.
W'alter W'isnicky. Ma~d-
!SOD.
Hl. D. Port, Cheyounne.


22 1;0,030 12,r,30 185.455

18 11,211 3 12.3;6
17, 9j57 2. 3;1. tW4 181lj. 177 2, 853. 338


Out-

rr ts

carded infectedbra
narians



1.~.~.~...........1 23

i......~.. .....' 5


17

23
14
13

13
6
24
4
3
9

3


8
10
4
55

2
3
3
264


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State




A labama..~...._. .__~_.......
Arkansas~....~.~............
California.._____.............
Colorado~~......_~~...........
Florida.. .. .. .
Georgia.....~.....~..1.1......
Idabo.. . .
Illinois.. . .
Indiana .. .. .. .
lowfa........................
Kansas..~...... ...~...._.....
KEintucky~.~............... ~
Louisiana~....................
Ailctiaryland_.~..............
Mississippi..~.. .__._........
Alissouri....~...~~_~~.........
M~ontana.~~_~~_~.............
Nebraska.....~.~_.~_~~.......
North Carolina...~.-_~~......

Oklaboma.~....._ .~._~_.....
South Carolina._..__.~......
South Dakota~..__~._.~......
Tennessee ... ... ...
Texas....~._..___.~...........

Washietngton..............

Wisonsin~~._~~..............
Total.. .. .


eongged
inw~ork I


Demionstrations

I ise t r-
dres~sedgad Num- Hogs formed
/gld ber treated ;



I 45 3 .. .. I
.......3 1.~............~.. 3
3; 30 1.~.....1.. ...... 14
4 118 53 1, 800 21
I 12-1 13 2041 2

1 225 4 | 170 IT i
.. 138 .. 14
I 52 1.......'. ....... 6

I249 1._....... ....... 16
... ... 2 21 51 .. ..
2 285 10

I135 117 1, 005 I
2 941 .. ... .


.. .. .. 3 2 2 4 .. .
9 113 2 6 0 I 10
.....171 ::~::~1 40 2
...... 3 33 562 1


.. 80 .. 2
I138 II 12 2


... ... 1 I 23 8

69 12,605 239 4,251 l90


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10 17
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13 ........
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........ ........
2 ........
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........ ........
4 ........
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........ ........
1 ........
........ ........
1 ........
3 ........


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BUR10AU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[May,


ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES


Total serum oewp dm m od muizin
cleared virus

C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
April, 1930........~....-....... ....1 70, 000, 452 54, 357. 22?0 73, 929, o00 3, 689, 560 18, 027, 083
A pril, 1929.. ~.................~ ..... 86, 162, Ibt 56, 813, 443 8110073, 9,3,607 23, 70;, 101
10 months ended April, 1930.......) 691,567,010 512,711,568i 596,401,598 41. 821, 657 137,788, 216
10 months ended A pril, 1920.......l 765, 403, 5;4 578, 132, 328 F.86, ,566, 4;9 46, 137, 4419 170, 636, 4191

LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, APRIL, 1930

License No. 158 w~as issued April 29, 1930, to Globe Laboratories, Fostepco
Heights, near Fort W'orth, Tex., for enteritis mixed bacterin (swine).
License No. 180 was issued April 19, 1930, to Kilusmire Biologic Laboratories,
2509 O Street, Omaha, Nebr., for hemorrhagic-septic~emia bact~erin.
License No. 190 was issued April 4, 1930, to the National Drug Co., 5109 and
5111 Germantown Avenue, Phiiladelphia, Pa., and Swiftwater, Pa., for tuberculin.
License No. 191 was issued April 28, 19;30, to Ashe Lockhart (Inc.), 800-804
W~oodswfet.her Road, Kanusas CityS, M~o., for abortion bacterin (bovine); anticalf-
scour serum; mixed bacterin (cuniculi).

FIELD ASSAY FOR PHENOL IN SERUMS AND VIRUSES

For the information of employees or other persons interested inl the method
used in the field for controlling the phenol content of serums and viruses, there
is now available a General Description of the B. A. I. P-2" Test for Phenol in
Serums and Viruses, which supplements the Directions for Use previously issued.


PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS
In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, governing the inter-
state movement of livestock, the bureau has issued the following permits in the
general disinfection of cars, yasrds, and other premises:
DISTRIBUTOR
T~o Dr. David Roberts Veterinary Co. (Inc.), Waukiesha, Wis., for the distribu-
tion and use of San-I-Sol under the name of Germi-Sol.". Germi-Sol is identical
with San-I-Sol, manufactured by McLaughlin, Gormley Kiing Co. 1715 Fifth
Street SE., Mlinneapolis, lklinn.
To hlooney-MIueller-Ward Co., 101 South M~eridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind.,
for the distribution and use of Cresyline Cresol Compound under the name of
" Mooney's Cresol Comapound." M~ooney 's C'resol Compound is identical with
Cresyline Cresol Comopound, manufactured by t~he Hunt Mlanufacturing Co., of
Cleveland, Ohio.
CHANGEllN;SOURCEIOF SUPPLY
To the Carbola, Chemnical C'o. (:Inc.), Natural Bridge, N. Y'., for the distri-
bution and use of Hexol under the name of ''Carbola Liquid Disinfectant.."
Carbola Liquid Disinfectant is identical w~ith Hexol manufactured by the Tar
Products Corporation, Providence, R. I. On December 7, 1925, permission was
granted to the said Carbola Chemical Co. (Inc.), for the distribution and use of
Crestall Dip manufactured by Baird &Y M~c~uire (Inc.), of Holbrook, M~ass.,
under the same trade name of "'Cnrbola Liquid Disinfectant," w~hichl permission
is hereby withdrawn at the request of the distributor and Hesrol substituted in
place thereof.







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


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LOCATING SOURCE OF COMMlRUNICABLE DISEASES THROUGH F. I.
FORM; 11-C REPORT
In a number of instances the furnishing of an F. I. Form 1 l-C report has been
of considerable value in locating premises where communicable diseases of live-
stock exist, especially tuberculosis, hog cholera, lip-and-leg ulceration, disto-
miasis, cysticereosis, etc. Inspectors in charge are directed to supply these
reports wThenever it is practicable to do so. The original should be forwarded to
the bureau, one copy to the appropriate St~ate official of the St~ate of origin of the
animals covered by the report and a copy should also be forwarded to the bureau
inspector in charge of control of the disease in the State of origin covered byv the
report.


F. I. FORMI 59-C SUPERSEDED BY P. S. FORMl 59--C
Form F. I. 59-C has been superseded by Form P. S. 59-C. The latter form
should be used in reporting alleged violations of the 28-hour law and the quar-
antine regulations of the department.
A supply of the new form should be requested in the usual manner on the
next requisition submitted, and when it is received the old forms on hiand should
be utilized as scratch paper.

DECLARATION REGARDING FOOT-AND-MZOUTH DISEASE AND RIN-
DERPEST IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES

(The followFing statement, designated as Declaration No. 7, was issued 11sy 17, 1930, by R. W. Dunlap,
Acting Secretary of Agriculture]
The Secretary of Agriculture having so determined, it is hereby~ declared that
Australia, Canada, the Channel Islands, Finlanld, Great Britain, Guam, Ireland
(Northern Ireland and Irish Free State), Japal, M~exico, New- Zealand, Norw~ay,
the Union of South Africa, thle islands of the W'est Indies, the Falkllanld Islnnds,
and the island of Soul~th Georgia in the Sou~th Atlantic O~cean, the Tcrritolry of
Papua in British New Guinea and the Cook, Fiji, Fannuing, W'ash-ington,, Mar-
quesas, Samoa (Navigators), Sjociety, Tonga (Friendly), New~ Hebrides, Gilbert,
British Solomon and Ellice groups of islands in the South Pacific Ocean are free
from foot-and-mouth disease and rinderpest.
This declaration is made in accordance with section 2, regulation 7; section 2,
regulation 8; section 2 (a), regulation 10; section 1 (a), regulation 12; and sec-
tion 3, regulation 13, of the regulations governing the sanitary handling and
control of hides, fleshings, hide cuttings, parings, and glue stock, sheepskins and
goatskins and parts thereof, hair, w~ool, and other animal by-products, hay,
straw, forage, or similar material offered for entry into t~he United States (B. A~. I.
Order 313), and wlill supersede Declaration No. 6 of this department, dated
December 10, 1927.


NOTICE REGARDING MIILITARY LEAVE

In case of employees w~ho are members of the National Guard, Officers' Reserve
Corps, and Naval Reserve and wrho are called for military training in accordance
w~ith the provisions of paragraph 4893 of the administrative regulations of the
department, promptly upon their return to duty formal applications for such
absence on t~he regular leave form scratchingg oulit "arnnual-il-s~ickwithou pay"
and substituting "military"), accompanied by a certificate of attendance signed
by the commanding officer, should be forwarded to the Wasnhington offie. In
rendering time report to company the pay roll, such absence should be des-
ignated by hI (miilitary leavee.
Attendance at citizens' military training camps is not a-utho~rized as military
leave.




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RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FO I VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula-
tory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: J
Twenty-Elight-HArp Law

Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Raikoad Co., $100 penalty.
Livestock Quarantine Law

Baltimore &E Ohio Railroad Co., interstate movement of infectious car (2'
cases)1, $200 fines.
E. B. Phillips, Greenville, Tex., interstate shipment of 45 cattle from Louisiana.
to Texas without prior tuberculin test, 5100 ,fine.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU

[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but soods copies to
officers in charge of stations and ofic~es. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.
So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request]

Farmers' Bulletin No. 15419. Feeding Cattle for Beef. Revised by the author,
Wr. H. Black, Animal Husbandryv Division. Pp. 16, figs. 10.
Direct~ory of the Bureaul of Animal Indust~ry. Corrected to April 1, 1930.
Pp. 67.

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief': JouIN R. RlOHLER.
Associate Chief: U. G. HOUCK.
Assistant Chief': A. W. MI.ILLER.
Aldministrative ;Assistant: CHARLES C. OARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. ConnAN.
Editor: D. S. Bneac.
Animal HusbandrU Division: E. W2. SHEETS, chief.
Biochem~ic Division: M3. DORSET, chief.
Divlision of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK;, chief.
Division of f'irus-Serumn Contlrol: D. I. SKIDMIORE, chief.
Field Inspection DivLision: G;. WI. POPE, chief.
nlalea Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Packers and Stockiyards Divlision: A. WI. M'ILLER, chief.
Pathological Division: JoaN S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Tick: Eradication Divlision: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief.
Zoological Division: IllAURICE C. HALL, chief. I
Experiment Station: W. E. CoTTON, superintendent. ~
Ofice of Accounis: GEORGE F. TUCK(ER, in charge.
Office oft Personnel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in Charge.










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