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No. 81 (1914)-

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Issued Februalry, 1930


8. R A--B. A. 1. 273


United States Department of Agric


SERVICE AND REGULATORY AN I~EPCEME

BUREAU OF ANIMAL IN RYiTR
JANUARY, 1930 (


[This publication Is issued monthly for the dissemination of I instructions, r libstc..
concermng the work of the Bureau of Animal Industr\'. Free di ibu a is limited to the
service of the bureau. establishments at which the Federal meat is conducted, t g9~ubli liCersr
whose duties make it desirable for them to have such informatio qd i' ly c rued.l~
Others desiring copies may~ obtain them from the Superintendent of ents or hinting
Office, WVashington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A\ suppl b aent to~official in
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly dis ~~EF to members of
his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.)


CONTENTS

Changes in directory..~...~.. ~~.~.~~.~.~......~..~.....~..............................~.........~~.~~ 5
Notices regarding meat inspection..~.-... .... ~..~.~..~................................ ..~..~....... 2
,Animal casings of foreign origin-~~.~......~.~~~.....~............~.~~~.~~..............~.~....... 2
Shipment of unmarked meat in cars bearing Government seals~..~................~..~~.......... 2
Animals slaughtered in December, 1920, under Federal meat inspection.......~. .....~.............. 3
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, Decem ber. 1929.~.~ ...... 3'
Causes of condemnation of scaresses, November, 1920J..~ ..~~--~..~~. ................~~.~. ......... rF
Imports of food animals and of meat and meat food products..~.~_.....~ .......~..~._._.............. 4
Foreign meat-inspection official.....~...-. ..............................~.~~~.~...-.........-.. ...... 4
Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, December, 1929..~....~...... 5
Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses.. -~~~..~.~_..__~............. 6
Licenses issued for biological products in December, 1929.~~....~-...-..~..._...~................ 6
Permits issued for biological products in December, 1929~~.~...~-..- ~ ~~~........................ 6
Licenses terminated in December, 1929..~..~....~... .~.~._...-._.~........_...~.~.~._............... 6
Summary of bog-cholera-control work, December, 1929....~..~.~.......~~...~~.................__.... 7
Proceedings under packers and stockyards act~..~..~~...........~.~~............~............. ...... 7
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws.~~...~.-........~~~...............-~~.................... 8
New publications of the bureau ~.~..~~~...... .~..~ ~~~....~. ...... ...~............ ......~.-.-...... 8,


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inspection Granted ; *
*153. Siegel-WVeller Packing Co., 4537 Gross A~venule, Chicago; if ,
*674. Major Brothers Packiing Co., Soulth Logan Straeet M~ish a, Ed.rld
Mleat Inspection Withdragrfi ;
2-Y. Armour & Co., East Liverpool, Ohio. '
2-AK. Armour &: Co., Fitchburg, Mlass. .* ~ 0
140. Convey & Sons, San Francisco, Calif. r h .Z
Fo usdaisAmerican Provisions Export Co., under 169, Robrt baeCicag, l

Smuithfield Canning Co., under 7~91, Wimp Packing o7., prAiuago, 111.
Change in Name of Oflcial Establishment
301. Hgvgraide Food Products Corp., 1711-1717 Fulton Street, Chicago, Ill.,
and Begley Food Products Co., Western Packing &Q Provision Co.,
Allied Packers (Inc.), Parker-W'ebb Co., Iiliuck Packing Co., F. Schenk
& Sons Co., Chas. W'olff Packing Co., H!vgrade Provisionl Co. (In.)r,
Carmel Kiosher Provision Co. (Inc.), Bronx Provision Corp. of New
Y'ork, Chris. Grozinger Corp. of New York, B. S. Pincus, and Palestine
Brand Kiosher Wurst Factory (Inc.), instead of previous name.
322. Mandarin Food Products (Inc.), 750 752 Ceres Avenue, Los Angeles,
Calif., and Mandarin Sauce Co. (Inc.), instead of previous niame.

*Conducts slaughtering.
94606-40










Change in Address of Offdcal Establisinnent
419. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., Plainfield Street, mail, P. O. box
1253, Springfield, M~ass., instead of 2415 Chestnut Street.
Change of Ollicial in Charge
Dr. H. R. Collins succeeds Doctor Bray (retired) as inspector in charge at
El Paso, Tex.; P. O. box 2003 (office, 13-15 L~ivestock Exchange Building).
Change in Address of Inspectors in Charge
Dr. J. B. Reidy, P. O. box 610, Harrisburg, Pa., instead of P. O. box 327.
Dr. C. L. E. Kerr, 1212 Sterick Building, M~emphis, Team., instead of 43
Federal Burilding.
Dr..L. A. Wilson, care Interstatte Pack~ing Co., W~inona, M~inn., instead of
care Sw~ift & Co.
Dr. A. F. Staub, 2002 Customhouse Building, Boston, M~ass., instead of
2001-2002 Customhouse Building.
Dr. E. A. Crossman, 2001 Customhouse Building, Boston, Mass., instead of
2001-2002 Customhouse Building.
Dr. H. H. Dell, P. O. box 236 (office, Dubuque Packing Co.), Dubuque, Iowa,
instead of care Dutbuque Packing Co.
Dr. J. L. Orr, P. O. box 12 (office, John M'iner), Hyde Park, Vt., instead of care
John M~iner.
H. H. Cuilver, care Armour & Co., VicksburMs.isedofPO.bx5.
Dr. E. F. Cary, 214 Livestock Exchange Bilding, Okltah oma Cityb Ola.
instead of 215 Livestock Exchange Building.
Dr. E. W. Barthold, 33 Livestock Exchange Building, Wichita, Kans., instead
of 31-33 Exchange Building, Union Stock Yards.
Dr. O. E. Dyson, 33 Livestock Exchange Building, Wichita, Kans., instead
of 31 Livestock Exchange Building.
New Station
IMishawak~a, Ind., meat inspection, Dr. C. V. Shaw, care Major Bros. Pack-
ing Co.
Substations Discontinued
East Liverpool, Ohio, meat inspection, under Doctor Walter, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Fitchburg, Mass., meat inspection, under Doctor Perry, Worcester, Mass.
Correction
Hog-cholera control and tu berc ulosis-e radica tion work at Li ttle Rock, Ark.,
have not been discontinued w~ith the transfer of Doctor Fry, but the work is now
under the supervision of Dr. W. A. McDonald, w~ho is also in charge of tick
eradication.

NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
Certificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,
wphjich bear the offcial 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.
Thle 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 t~o the fact that the high officials are
changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Official title Foreign country
Minister of Developmuent ____ ......... ........ ......pain.
SHIPMENT OF UNMARKED MEAT IN CARS BEARING GOVERNMENT SEALS
Referring to the notice bearing this title in Service and Regulatory Announce-
ments, February, 1929, the following establishments should be added to the list
of those not having railroad facilities for unloading meat direct from cars into the
estab lishmen ts:
Kansas City, Kans.:
*892. Famous Packing Co., Shawfnee Street at Railroad.
Los Angeles, Calif.:
38. Santa MLaria Packing Corp., 1779-81 North Main Street.
New York, N. Y.
34. Krainin's Food Products (Inc.), 15 Rivington Street.

*Conducts slaughtering.


BUREAU OF A~ilvtAL INDUSTRY


[January































































r The slaughter figures for this group of cities are included in the figures abov-e for "Ni~ewf York;" and All
other establishments" and are combined here to show total in the G3realter New Y'ork district.

Horses slaughtered in December, 1929..~~~~~.........~~..... ............................... ....... 12.710
Horses slaugh tered i n Decembher, 1928 ... .~.................................. ..............~.... ... 13.(H
12 months ended December, 192~.~.~.~.~... ........~......... ..............~~.....~....~..... .... 128,81
12 months ended December, 1928..~...........~............ ...............~~.. ~...~....~.......... 27 6

Inspeel ions of lard at all establishments, 1841.29-1,100 inspect ion poun ds; com pou nd and ot her subst itutes,
30,0241,508 inspection pounds; sausage, 57,99~5,2441 inspection pou~nds.
Cormesponding inspections for December, 1928: Lard, 200.905,987; inspect ion p~ou nds; com pou nd- and other
substitutes, 31,4121,4569 inspection pounds; sausage, 55,9j38,6413 inspection pounds.
(These totals inspection pou nds do not represent act ual production, as t he sa me prodluct may' hav\e been
inspected and recorded more than once in the process ol manufacture.)

EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, DECEMBER, 1929


SRetained~ for tuberculosis


190Q] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEM~ENTS ;j


Sidney, Ohio:
*295. Sidney Packing Co.
Tappahannock, Va.:
23. Old Virginia Food Products Corp.
Washington, D. C.:
419--J. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 805 Channing Street NE.




ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN DECEMBER, 1929, UNDER FEDERAL
MEAT INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTS


Calves Sheep


597 550
19, 666rF1 6, 142
4I, 98 5. 072
4, -1779, 850
1, 634 12, 019
5,203 1474
25, 534 11. 76
3, 497 5. 606
14, 613 78, 055
48,341 5,2\8
-1,714 20,256
4,47 209, 1;1
5, 524 13,2
6, 360 13, 66-1
3, 702 3, 952
2,399 58.853
5, 512 96, 160
52,464i 63, 733
2.054 46-1
6,7 1-13, 314

3-16, 27 1, 090, 9x9
340, 699 1, 052,721
~.4, 98,96 11, 023, 362
4,6992 1.1. ISS, 11 L


51.040 2-13,416


Goats





1 1

10
.
.
.
171

.
100
.. .
180 P
18 55
86 y~
2b~9

.


Station Cattle


Baltimore~.~.~..--....~.~....~............. 5, 73
Buffalo................~.~.~.~... .....-...... ,36
Chicago...~.~ ~~~~...~..................... 125.514
Cincinnati......~..~......~....~...... ...... 11,388
Cleveland~........... .~.~................~.... 6, 427
Denver..~..~.....~.....~.....~........~...... 8, 963
Detroit.~.~~.~..... ........ ............... 7,013
Fort W~~orth.....__~~.~.~.~...~.-............. 26, 678
Indianapolis~........~.....................~... 1;, 456
Kansas City~............ .~...~~.-.~......... 66, 4r05
Milwauk~ee.......~.....~.~......~........... 1,71
National Stock Yards-............... .~..... 2;, 032
Newf York..................~~~.....~......~... 33, 658
Omaba...~....~~~......-.~.~.................. 89, 0.30
Philadelphia.....~~~..-......... ~~..... ... 5. 260
St. Louis...........-~.~~~~~................. 12, 406
Siouu City~~..~........................~~..... 29, 225
South St. Joseph.~ ................... ........ 2;, 126
South St. Paul. .....~.~.~..............~.~... 3;, 299
W ic it a.~.................... ~................ 5, 752
All of tier establishments ................... .. 123, 381

T'otal: Decem ber, 192'9.............~...... 658 066
December, 1928~.......~..........~ 666. 89 ~
12 months ended Decem ber, 1929.1 8, 324. 067
12 months ended Dec~ember, 1928.: 8,-167, 308


Swine


68, 935
82. 156
790.588
91, 507
;I, 926
38, 400
105, 121
24, 831
165,458
261, 609
142,659
UT, 536
132.265
22;, ,(90
87, 378
132, 278
141, 183
113. 531
368,8415
49, 247
1, 889, 683

5, 08', 935
5, 782, 036
48, 44 4, 604
49, 795, 408


2;0, 914


Newf York, Brooklyno, Jersey City and I
Newanrk s_._________________________________


-10,73


co gdem ed


Station


TIot 21




8,082
237
590

86. 650
L1, 584
16, 080


Cattle:
Chicago.~......-~.~.~.............. .......~.....~.~.~........ 125, 514
K~ansa City... ............... ..........~........ ........... 66,405
Omaha..--.......................... ......~..~.~..-_....... 59, 030
Swine:
Chicago~.......~~...~..._.~.._~...........~...~...~.......... 790, 588
Kansas City.. . . 261, 600
Om aha. . .. . 2'27, 790


*Conducts slaughtering.


201



1, 090
99
168


1.050
32
67

001
88
129


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IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of ments and
mlea-t food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during Decem-
ber, 1929, with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imnrports of food anaimilals

Country of export Cattle Swfine Sheep Goats

hlfexico.................................... ~ ~~~~ 13,428 1..~.....~.1....~-~.I .......
Canada...~~~..........-.~.....~..~.. ..........~.~....... 7, 903 541 54 1
Channel Islands.~.~. ..~ ~~..~.~.............. ~~.......... 58 ...... ............

Total: December, 1929~....~.~..-~.~--............ 21, 389 54 54 3
December,~~38 198 ............. 987 62 2, 491 ......
12 months ended December, 1929.........~. 500. 232 2, 474 26, 959 224
12 months ended December, 1928......... 495, 545 20, 056 36, 109 330


Imported meals anld meat food produrcts

Fresh and refrigerated
County of xportCured and Other meat Total
County oleportcanned products weight
Beef Other


Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds
A.rgentina...~.~...~....~~.~.................. .........~~1~.~.......... 2, 952, 396 66, 098 3, 018, 494
Australia_...~.......--...-...........~...... 4, 068 17.088 36 6, 585 27, 777
B ra zil.~.. ..~...... ............ ...... ..... ,94............~~.- 6,004
Canada~~~~~.~~~~...~~~~.~................ 521, 743 !114, 401 1, 275, 066 625, 316 2, 536, 520
.Newf Zealand~..~..~.~.~......~~.~.......... 44, 724 56, 531 1..~.......... 11, 810 113.0365
Paraguay.. .. .. .. ........~. ................... ............~ ~ 436 5 4........... 436, 594
Uruguay................... ............~......~~~~~.~. 1, 851, 212 85, 463 1, 936, 675
Other countries~.~.........~................. 193, 757 ....... 3, 455 184,0O11 441,225
Total: December, 1C)92................. 764, 292 188, 020 6, 585, 663 079, 283 8, 517, 258
December, 1928..........~..~..... 2, 756, 225 292, 661 7, 180, 465 1, 143, 102 11, 372, 543
12 months ended Dec mber,
1929.~......~.......~.......... 36, 620, 952 12, 149, 868 10505, 04 64 10, 972, 851 164, 818, 535
12 months ended December,
1928............. 47, 564, 006 16, B36, 271 78, 200, 237 II, 863, 714 154, 461, 22B

Condemned in December, 1929: Beef, 79.449 pounds; pork, 271 pounds; total, 70,720 pounds.
Refused entryv: Beef, 4,336 pounds; mutton, 2 pounds; pork, 1,976 pounds; total, 6,314 pounds.

FOREIGN MIEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL

The following is an additional name and fac~smille signaturre of a foreign national
government official authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for
meat and mneat food products offered for importation into the United States:.


[January,


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, NOVEMBER, 1929


SCalves Sheep S wine


Cause Cattle

Emaciation......... ~.....~.........-. ..........~.........~. .... 853
H og cholera . . . .
Inflammatory diseases.....~.~.....~.-.....~..................... 1, 313
Im m aturit y .. .. . .. .. ..
Tuberculosis.. .................................~~~.~ 2, 865
All other causes-.~.~.~~......~~.~~~.~............~.............. 1, 757
T ota ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... 6,788


115
200
208
30
187


817

1,000
1
762

2, 580


81
1, 758
2,378
.... ....
3, 187

11,191


Counter and name


Signature


~L~c~ ~/L~3-r-J-L~~


ENGLAND

J. 10. Brow~ne.. ... ..... ..


Nameg removed from list


D. L. Thomas, England.


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY










1930]


BERV'ICE AND REGULATORS ANNUOUNCEMIENTS


Tuberculin tests
during month



Herds Cattle ~ i
or lots testedter
actel



46 1, 4461 4
117 2, 10
244 10.040 5
201. 274
7t10 12,0955 17
192,8323 16

1,2491 4.321

1, 505 14, 331 2

4, 8501 88, 848 86

2, 1501 25 0871 12
958 6,30

67 1,679 3
1,37 14.2815
6610, 631 62
6,04 57,;541 29
329 1,90 ..
72 6. 5861 1

2,1831, 83 33
862, 363
9812, 738! 50
49 5. 0091 33


5,7283, 7421 1, 83
821, 184
1, 9051 39, 1351 16
6, 491 54, 901 46
0912, 8291 3
1, 6561 13, 92
6,2:21 49,9491 1,5

747l 3,156
1,36 25, 782 15
74 4. 862
573 5172
1,90 9, 607 2

02 18,09 69

1.792 10,95 6

1,413 15, 320 15
1,014 5.756
5, 1810 4531 4, 35
131 1 2111 1


Total to date


I


State








Calif....
Colo~....
Conn._..

D. C.~...

Idabo...
Ind__..~..
Iowa_....

Kans....


M~e._....
Md~.....
MIass~....
Mich...
Minn...

Mlont~...
Nebr....
Net~....

N. H....
N. J....

N. M~ex.
N. Y~....
N. C....
N. Dak.
Ohio....
Okla....
Oreg....
R. I...~..
8. C....
8. Dak~..
Tenn_...
Tex..~...





Wash...
W. Va..

Wyo....
Total.


Ae- Hej c)ae
cred- under
itedl super-
herds! vision


17 8, 602j R. E. Jackson...
468, 3.331 F. L. Schneider.
171i 10, 4511 H. L.. Fry..~.....
133 7392 R. Snyder....~..
1;3 1.571 W\. E. Hlowe....
2. 859 6, 969, R. L. Smith....
2, 3541 6,788, E. B. Simonds.

97 8,003i J. G3. Flsh..~.~..
31 34,50 A. L. Hlrleman.
56 39, 7551 W. AS. Sullivsn..
5, 509) 163, 4391 J. J. Lintner....
24,.2171 166,220.! J. E. Gibson..~..

2,955. ISS.030 J. A. Barger.....
5901 93. 5821 N. L. Towfnsend
38~ ;6.097, W. F. Biles.....
13~ 8, 9661 G. T. Cole~......
706, 413. 8171 G. R. Cldwell~..
8. 368 30. 893| E. B. Simonds..
1. 519~ 5, 036| E. A. Crossmin.
69153, 292 T. S. Rich~......
9"0112. 930~ '. J. Frerz..~....
288, 484 H. Robbins.~....
2680, 683; Ralph Graham~..
1333, 3511 J. W. M~urdoc~h.
II 0, 683; A. H. Francis.~..
111,8671 L. C. Butter-
4,0 ,061 E. A. Crossman.
3,158/ 11,141 W~o. G. Mddle-
2; 2. 2261 F. L. Schneider.
75,71 11, 93;; B. B. Leonard..
301 256. 9241 W. C. Dendinger
5, 272 65, 998 H. H. Cobenour.
848 200, 901, A. J. De Fosset~..
262; 390i L. J. Allen..~....
332 18, 5761 S. B. Foster.....
5,941~ 133,2781 J. B. Reidy~.-....
129 666E. A. Crossma.
102 &,872 K. Lewfis....
1, 205! 11. 194 J. A. W~ilson....
1311 66, 389 B. MI. )' Rear..
275 998 H. L. Darb) ....
9812,042 F. E. M~urray~...

6,889 23,661 L. H. Adams~...

9561 42,296! R. E. Broo;-
811 47,9591 J. C. Exline.....
6757,069j H. Mr. Newton..
12, 20 172, 561 J. S. Healy.~.....
3, 12, 2011 John T. Dallas..
178, 368 2. :24, 085 .........


State offricil





C. A. Cary~, Auburn.
R. J. H ight, Phoenix.
J. HI. Bur, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sac~ra mento.
C. G;. Lamb, Denv-er.
Charles Johnson, Hartfolrd.
O. A. Newton, Bridgev~ille.

J. V'. Knapp, Tallahassee.
J. Mi. Sut ton, Atlants.
A. J. Dick man, Bolse
D. W'. Robison, Springfield.
Frank H. Browfn, India~nap-
olis.
hI. G. Thornburg, Des
M~oines.
J. B. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. W'estmorland, Frank*
ford.
E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge.
B. Mi. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. G~eorge, Bailtimore.
E. F. Richairdson, Boston.
B. J. Killham, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
R. V'. Rafuel, Jack-son.
B A. W~ilson, Jellerson City.
W~. J. Butler, Helena.
C. H. Hay~s, Lincoln.
Edward( Records, RenIo.

A. L Felker, Concord.
J. H. M~cNeil. Trenton,

M~at Kieenan, Alburluerque.
E. T. Faulder, A lb any.
W'illiam M~oore, Raleigh.
WY. F. Crewe, Bismarck.
C. M~cCandless, Columbus.
C. C. H~isel, Oklahoma City.
W'. B. Lylle, Salem.
T. E. M~unce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Providence.
W\. K. Lewis, Columbia.
T. HI. Ruth, Pierre.
J. hi. Jones, Nashrille.
N. F. Wrilliams, Fort W'orth.
WY. H. Hendrlck~s, Salt Lake
City.
Edward H. Jones, M\ont-
pelier.
H. c. Givens, Richmond.

Robert Prior, Oly-mpia.
John W'. Smith, Charleston.
L. Mi. Wright, Masdison.
H. D. Port., Chey'enne


Once-
tested
free
herds


6, 016

10, 329
7, 011
93.5

4.231
99
8. 060
34,471
36, 501
144, 564
141,808

119, 975
92. 685
76 .252

8, 610
43, 009
15. 730
2, 576
182. ;83
101, 0;5
8. 56
76, 9410
32. 51 1
70, 21

2, 610
4, 285

2. 145
26, 7412
256, 619
54, 49
193, 162
18. 27
113,02

9,68
60,163

11,24

5,86

41,06
441.011
55,25
157, 873
10,863

i, 377, 81


64,61 10, 66


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d


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8
3
4
6
8
6
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6
2
1
4
2

4

2
9

7
1
3
1
9
8
.
6
2
0
5

5
3

.
8
3
9
9
91
9
2
4
4
1
4
3
8

5

3

0
2
1
6

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SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, DECEMBER, 1929








6 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January,.

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


Total serum 0%pt mun nbtod osius ne-~ i
coplt e learned virus

C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
December, 1929__.................... 44. 610, 549 30. 520. 084 38. 362, 474 3, 045, 454 8, 162, 834
Decent ber, 1928--.................... 78. 693, 575 62. 079, 570 61, 636, 734 2, 777, 593 11, 138, 476
12 month hsended December, 1929...l 992. 587, 074 7 16,37.37 55 823, 072, 192 60. 009. 208 100, 689, 072
12 months ended Decemnber, 1928...1 903, 140, 073 638, 679, 519 726, 511, 994 61, 940, 394 188, 944, 983


LICENSES ISSUED FOR _BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN DECEMBER, 1929
License No. 6 was issued December 14, 1929, to the Pitman-Mloore Co., near
Zionsville, Ind. (mailing address, 1220 M~adison Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind.), for
an ticani ne-d istem per serum (homologo us!, and for can ine-distemper vi rus.
License No. 162 was issued December 17, 1929, t~o the Mionarch Biological
Laboratories, 610-613 Produce Exchange Building, Independence Avenue and
Walnut Street, Kansas City, M~o., for abortion bacterin (bovine), abortion mixed
bacterin (bovine), abortion mixed bacterin (swine), abortion vanccine (bovine),
autogenous bact~erin, blackleg filtrate, canine-distemper bacterin, canine staphy-
Jococcus bacterin, enteritis mixed bacterin (swine), hemorrhagic-septicemia bac-
~terin, hemnorr'hagic-septicemia bact~erin (avian), hemorrhagic-septicemlia bacterin
(bovine), hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin (cuniculi), hemorrhagic-septicemia
bacterin (equine), hemnorrhagic-septicemia bacterin (ovine), hemorrhagic-septi-
cemia bacterin (porcine), influenza mixed bacterin (equine), keratitis mixed
bacterin (bovine), mastitis bacterin (bovine), mastitis mixed bacterin (bo\ine),
metritis mixed bacterin (bovine), mixed ba-cterinn (avian), mixed bacterin (bo-
vine), mixed bacterin ovinee), mixed bacterin (swine), navel-ill mixed bacterin
(equine), pig-scour bacterin, polyv\alent mixed bacteria (equine), streptococcus
bacterin (equine), anld wvhite-scours mixed bacterin (bovine).


License No. 191 was issued December 18, 1929, to Ashe Lock~hart (Inc.), 800-
804 W'oodswether Road, Kansas City, M~o., for antihemorrhagic-septice mia
serum and for tetanus antitoxin.
License No. 192 w~as issued December 18, 1929, to the Division of Animal
Industry, California Department of Ag~riculture, Newf Capitol Building, Tenth
and L Streets, Sacramento, Calif., for tuberculin.


PERMITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN DECEMBER, 1929

Permit No. 9 w~as issued December 30, 1929, to Burroughs Wellcome & Co.
(U. 8. A.) (Inc.), 9 and 11 East Fort.y-first Street, New Y~orki, N. Y'., for the
importation of anti-leptospira serum (eanine), canine-distemper tissue vaccine,
lamb-dysentery antitoxin, lamb-dysentery bacterin, and leptospira bacterin
(canline), manufactured by the Wellcome Physiological Research Laboratories,.
Langley Court, Beckenham, Kent, England.


LICENSES TERMINATED IN DECEMBER, 1929

L~icenzses No. 162, dated M~ay 16, 1925, September 8, 1927, and April 26, 1928,
issued to M~onarch Biological Laboratories, 623-625 New Nelson Building,
southeast corner M~issouri Avenue and Alainn Street, Kansas City, Mo., were
terminated December 17, 1929, and a new license of the same number was issued
December 17, as indicated above.
License No. 192, issued Mlarch 13, 1928, to the division of animal industry,.
California Department of Agriculture, 1'217 L Street., Sacramento, Calif., was
terminated December 18, and a new~ license issued the same da.te to cover the
establishment in its new location, as indicated above.









11osoj SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 7

;SUMMARY OF HOG-CHIOLERA-CONTROL WORK(, DECEMBER, 1929


Bureau
veei Ifeet-
arasings ad-
engaged dressed
in
work I


trationsl Out-
Auo-Farms Farms breaks
sies louaran- eleaned reported
Hogs per- ,imed or and dis to bureau
reedformed carded linfect veterin-
arians


1004 I . 31

.......i1 .~....... ........ 1
32338 22 ........ ........: 6s
382 2 .. .1
88 37 10 16 21
.. .. .. 15 1 I ........ 10
.....14 ______1....... ..... 9

...... 16 ....... .--..---1---- 7
557 3 .. .8
.. .. 4 4 ........::ffl 22





4 6 13 .. .
..._.4"..... .. ... ._.. 91 ........ 9
428::: | 5 ........|........ 15


4063 ; 6 5 1 ..... 26


Demons


Num-
ber


-Prem-
ises in-
vestI-
gated


61
60
2
5
i9
101
25
122
58
23
104
122
25
118
47
83
65
10
53
73
31
41
1
54
27
239
47
16

1, 685


State


Alabama-..-~.....-......... I
Arkansas........-----. .---( 1.5
Calfor ia. ...... ... ... .03
Clolorado...--~.............. .15
;Florida,-..............---.. 1.5
G eorg a... ..... .... .... .3
Ida o.. .. ..- --- -- --- 3
Jllno s. .. ... .. .. .. 3
Ind iana_ _~.~-..........- 2
Jows.~~~...~---............ 2

Kentucky................. 2
Louisiana......... 1
Maryland~~..~..... ........ 2
M ic iga ... ... ... ... 2
M~Iississippi................~ I.03
M iss uri ... .... ... ... I
Nebrasks~.~~............... .5
North Carolina............ 1
Ohio_ _....--......... 2
D~klaboma................. 1
Bouth Carolina~.~...-..... 1
.South Dakota....~~........ .5
Tennessee. .~-............. 1
T ex s.. ... .. ... ... ... I
-Virginia. ....~-~~.......... I
*Wa~shington..~.............
.Oregon .. .-.................
Wisconsin .....--~......... 1

Total..........~...... 34. 31


2



2






3



32


12
6 ,
I


3
26


1

31

2


1

.. I


I Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part timne to the work.
NOTE.--NO hog-cholera work done in West Virginia and U7tah during the month.


-PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT

Docket No. 9.--In re American National Livestock Association et al. v. ~arkiet
:agencies operating at the Portland Ufnion Stockyards, .North Portland, Oreg.
Order of inquiry issued Mlay 29, 1924. Hearing held July 22, 1924. Examiners'
report filed November 10, 1924. Respondents' exceptions filed Decemaber 15,
1924. Case dismissed without prejudice by order of t~he Acting Secretary,
. January 25, 1930.
Docket No. 83.--In re Secretary of Agricurlturre v. Barefoot Liive Stock Com-
mission Co. and other market agencies operating at the Oklahoma National
Stockyards, Oklahoma City, Okla. Order issued February 29, 1924. Hearing
held April 8, 19~24. Examiners' findings filed July 21, 19~24, and respondents'
.exceptions on October 3, 1924. Case dismissed without prejudice by order of
-the Acting Secretary on January 25, 1930.
Docket No. ISP.--In re Secretary of Agriculture vi. Alexander Conover &gr
Martin, and other market agencies operating at the National Stock Yards, Ill.
Order issued October 10, 1924. Hearing held 10arch. 24, 1925. Case dismissed
without prejudice by order of the Acting Secretary on January 25, 1930.
Docket No. 151.--In re Secretary of Agriculture v. Brown-Mat~tingly et al.,
Bioux City Stock Y'ards, Sioux City, Iowa. Order suspending tariff and order-
ing investigation of rates issued Mlarch 24, 1926. On1 May 10, 1926, order issued
consolidating dockets 1417 and 151. On June 17, 1926, daie of hearing postponed
until further notice. Case dismissed without, prejudice by order of the Acting
Secretary on January 25, 1930.
Dockets Nos. 9, 83, 132, 147, and 151, named above, involved the reason-
.ableness of rates and charges for buying and selling livestock on commission by
market agencies at the stockyards located at North Portland, Oreg., Oklahoma
.City, Ok,1a., National Stock Y'ards, Ill., and Siouxu City, Iowa. Ht-oweve~r, before
a decision w~as reached in any of theml, the so-called Omaha commission rate
.yase, docket No. 143, in which an order had been issued, w~as contested in the




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courts, finally being taken to the Supreme Court by the respondents, afterfe,
decision favorable to the Government had been rendered by a statutory court
of three judges. A decision in this case, which is anticipated in the near future,
will settle the legal principles involved and will govern the procedure to be
followed in the future w~ith respect to commission rate cases. As the material
in these old dockets was so out of date that conclusive findings could not have
been made without further hearings, t~he cases were dismissed wit.hout prejudice.
Docket N~o. 299.--In re Frank hl. Huffaker, jr., and other firms at the Chicago
Union Stock Yanrds, Chicago, Ill. Notice of inquiry issued October 7, 1929,
alleging that respondents had engaged in and used certain unfair and unjustly
discrimlinatory practices and devices in connection with the handling of livestock.
in commerce, in that they had combined, conspired, and agreed to have no busi-
ness r~elationis at the above-mentioned stockyards with Joseph C. Coates. A
hearing was held in this case on October 24, 1929, and an oral argument before
the Acting Secretary on November 30, 1929. Upon a careful consideration of
all the evidence produced, the Acting Secretary found and concluded that the
allegations were not. sustained; therefore, on January 23, 1930, the case was
dismissed w\itihou t prej udice.
Docket NZo. 300.--I~. re Ralston Bros. Liest~ock Commission Co., Denver,
Colo. Notice of inlquiry~ issued October 26, 1929, alleging insolvency. On
January 3, 1930, the respondent admitted the truth of the matters and things
alleged in t~he inquiry and waived a hearing thereon. On January 20, 1930,
respondent was suspended from registration for six months as a market agency,
w~ith leave, however, during said period, to apply for revocation of this sus-
pension upon a showing satisfactory to the Secretary of Agriculture that he is
then solvent.

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory,1pqws,
as reported t.o t~he bureau, as foll'owg:
Twenty-eight-Hour Law
Chicago, Burlinigton &r Quincy Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (tw~o cases), $200.penalties.
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co., 5200 penalty.
Louisiville & Nashville Railroad Co. (four cases), 8400 penalties.
Mlissouri Pacific Railroad Co. (three cases), 8300 penalties.
Southern Railway Co. (two cases), 8200 penalties.

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU .
[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to
otficers in charqe of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.
So far as possible additional copies winl be furnished on request.]
Department Bulletin No'. 1245. Stock-Poisoning Plants of the Range. By
C. D. Marsh, Pathological Division. Pp. 75, figs. 33, pls. 50.
Farmers' Bulletinl 1134 reviseded. Castrating and Docking Lambs. By
G. H. Bedell (resigned), Animal Husbandry Division, and E. W. Baker, Bureau
of Agricultural Economics. Pp. 12, figs. 9.
Farmers' Bulletin 1268 (revised). By V. L. Simmons, Animal Husbandry
Division. Pp. 33, figs. 2.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1614. Business Records for Poultry Keepers. By
E. R. Johnson, Bureau of Agricultural Economies, and A. R. Lee, Animal B~us-
bandry Division. Pp. 20.
Species of the Nematode Genus Strongyloides Parasitic in Domestic Swine.
By Benjamin Schwartz and Joseph Alicata, Zoological Division. In Journal of
Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 1, January 1, 1930. Key No. A-132. Pp. 11
to 23, figs. 12.
Amendment 2 t~o B. A. I. Order No. 303, to prevent the spread of scabies in
sheep; releasing from quarantine Sonoma and M~endocino Counties, Calif. Ef-
fect~ive February 1, 1930. P. 1.
Amendment I to B. A. 1. Order 309, golirerning the interstate movement of
livestock. Effective February 1, 1930. P. 1.
Amendment 8 to B. A. I. Order 300, declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective January 2, 1930. P. 1
(mimeographed).
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