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B. R. A.--B. A. I. 200


7, 1920


United States DepartmeS of Agriculti



SERVICE AND REGULATOR N EU S
BUREAU OF ANIMAL I

SEPTEMBER, 1382



[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information instructions, rulings, etc.,
concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry.. Free distribution Is limited to persons in the
service of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public 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 abould promptly distribute copies to memabes of
his force. A file should be kept at each station for referencedi



CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directory.........._,, -~,~~..................................... 77
Notice regard ing meat inspection..................-----.................,,................. 78
Condemned liv~ers for fish feed .., ................,--................... .... ... ...... 78
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, August, 1929.-....-...~.. .._ .................. 79
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slau ghtered at t hree important markets, August, 1920........... 70 1
Causes of condemnation of rarcasFses, J uly, 1929.._...~ __.............. ~ __...~... ............... ....... 80
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products..,.........,...~...-~---,-~-~----...... 80
Summary of tu berculosis-eradication work i n cooperate ion w ith States, A ugust, 18920...... ..... 81
Foreign meat-inspection official._..._~~_~__..,__....................................... ... ....~. 82
Perrmtted disinfectants.,~.....~......~........~~-,,,.~ .....-............................/..... .. 82
Anti-bog-cholera serum and bog-cholera virus produced under licenses, _......../...... ..,,,_~- 82S
Summary of bog-cholera-control work, August, 1929,.,-.~.~........._.._~~;......../. .~. ...... 83
Proceedings under the packers and stock yards act ............... ....~~- ...... .......~- 83
Calendars for 1930-~...- ~~.......... ..~.~......... .. ~~...... ....... --......... 4',, .. 83
Results of prosecutions for violations of lawfs......~ .....-.-..........,e...... ........ .... 84
New publications of the bureau..~.~.~~...~...................- L~-~~,- ~ I ..'-1.1,r----
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry~.. ~__~~........... ...1~.........,... .......



CHA~NGES IN D ~EC r RY O; +
MCeat Inspection GrQ~tad

20--P. Wilson & Co., 837 Callowhill Street, P de bi~P:
34. Krainin's Food Products (Inc.), 15 Riving n Strd New~a~e York, N. Y.
228. Harold B. C~lapp (Inc.), 1328 University Awe pn ;'ochester, N. Y.
348. Daniel Strecker, 3449 Frank~ford Avenue, Phwii delphia, Pa.

Meat Inspection Withdaawn

86. Alma~r Stores Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
*386. Geo. Hlausmann & Sons (Inc.), Philadelphia, Pa.
*828-A. W. H. Bristol, Clarkston, Wash.

Change in Name of O~idal Establishment

356. Deerfoot Farms Co., New~ton Street, Soutbboro, Mlass., and Deerfoot
Farm, instead of previous name.
402. Durkee Famous Foods (Inc.), 3702 Iron Street, Chicago, Ill.; the Troco
Co., and the Glidden Food Products Co., instead of previous name.
*235. Hygrade Food Products Corp., 3854 South 1Morgan Street, Chicago,
Ill., and Western Packing & Provlision Co., Allied Packers (Inc.), Parker-Webb
Co., Kinck Packing Co., F. Schenk &r Bons Co., Chas. Wolff Packing Co., Hy-
grade Provision Co. (Inc.), Carmel Kosher Provision Co. (Inc.), Bronx Pro-
vision Corporation of New York, Chris. Grozinger Corporation of New York,
and B. S. Pincue, instead of previous name and subsidiaries.

Conducts slaughtering.
74326----9 77






78, BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [September,

*373. Hygrade Food Products Corp., Wheeling, W. Va., and same subsidiaries
under Establishment *235, instead of previous name and subsidiaries.
*205. Hygratde Food Products Corp., 216-236 North Quiney Street, Topeka,
Kans., and same subsidiaries under Establishment *235, instead of previous
name and subsidiaries,
r-.. *258. Hygrade Food Products Corp., 50 Depot Street, Buffalo, N. Y., and
same subsidiaries under Establishment *235, instead of previous name and
subsidiaries.
*250. Hygrade Food Products Corp., 2811 Mlichigan Avenue, Detroit, Mich.,
and same subsidiaries under Esta~blishment *235, instead of previous name
and subsidiaries.
M~eat Inspection Extended
928. E. MI. Todd Co. (Inc.), Hermitage Road and Leigh Street, Richmond,
Va.; mail, P. O. box 76, West End Station, and Old Virginia Ham Co. (Inc.).
420. H ygrade Food Products Corp., 195-199 Wilson Avenue, Brooklyn,
N. Y., and same subsidiaries under Establishment *235.
489. Hygrade Food Products Corp., 2692-2696 Third Avenue, New York,
N. Y., and same subsidiaries under Establishment *235.
522. Hygrade Food Products Corp., 74 East 4th Street, New York, N. Y.,
Palestine Brand Kosher WVurst Factory (Inc.), and same subsidiaries under
Establishment *235.
: 973. Hygrade Food Products Corp., 131-137 South Eighth Street, Brooklyn,
19. Y., Palestine Brand Kiosher Wurst Factory (Inc.), and same subsidiaries
under Establishment *235.
973-C. Hygrade Food Products Corp., 454-458 North American Street,
Philadelphia, Pa., and same subsidiaries under Establishment *235.
Change of Of~deal la Charge
Dr. J. L. Orr succeeds Dr. L. B. Whitney (transferred) as inspector in charge
at Hyde Park. Vt.
Change of Address of Of~elal in Charge
Dr. J. D. Stillwell, 731 M~eyer-Kiser Bank Building, Indianapolis, Ind., instead
of 401-D Federal Building.
New Substa~ton
Rochester, N. Y., meat inspection, under Buffalo, N. Y.


NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
CONDEMNED LIVERS FOR FISH FEED
(1) Livers condemned on account of fluke infestation may be forwarded as fish
feed provided the livers are first freelyl slashed and denatured by dipping in a hot
solution containing one part of fast green F. C. F. in 5,000 parts of water, fol-
lowed by washing in fresh water until the washings are no longer colored and then
frozen at a temperature not higher than 100 F. for not less than 48 hours; or
provided the livers are thoroughly cooked and then slashed and denatured as
indicated above. Freezing may be accomplished in the regular freezer in a prop-
erly separated compartment or receptable held under bureau lock.
(2) Livers condemned on account of hydatids or fringed tapeworms may not
be forwarded as fish feed unless thoroughly cooked, slashed, and denatured
as indicated in paragraph 1.
(3) Livers condemned on account of parasites other than flukes, hydatide,
or fringed tapew~orms may be forwanrded as fish feed without refrigeration or cook-
ing after slashing and denaturing as indicated in paragraph 1.
(4)j Livers condemned for telangiectasis, angioma, "sawdust" condition, cir-
rhosis, or other nonmalignant change, benign abscesses, or contamination, when
these conditions are not associated with infectious disease in the carcasses, may be
forwarded as fish feed without refrigeration or cooking, provided all tissue affected
with abscesses is removed and destroyed w~it~hin the establishment, and provided
further that all livers are slashed and denatured as indicated in paragraph 1.
(5) Livers specified in the foregoing paragraphs shall be placed in containers
plainly marked "Fish Feed--Inedible, and when shipped shall be certified as
required by section 11, regulation 25 of B. A. I. Order 211 (revised).
*Conducts slaughtering.









1929] SERVICE AND R1EGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 79


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN AUGUST, 19129, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT
INSPECTION IN DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES IN THE
FOLLOWING TABLE


Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swiine


Bati or .. ........ ............. 5, 674 871 3,953 13 54, 333
Bullalo--......~.........~. ~ ~~.............. 9, 817 2, 615 11, 181 ........ 72, 816
Chiago ............................ 13, 8 346, 65 257, 497 1-----,-- 499, 525
Cicin ti.... .. ... .. .. ... ... 1 8 05, 928 8 60 .. 67, 012
Clv la d ........ .............. ,807 5, 798 12 7 ... 6, 996
Den er .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7 615 1, 811 15,974 ....... 21, 680
Detroit_.~~...... ....~...--~......... ......... ..- 6,383 608 9 35 1 1 90,253
Fort IWorth~-.~._...~.~~~....~.-.............. 31, 030 38 7 3 9 ,69 2,346
Indianapolis.......-~~ -.........~ -.~...... .... 16, 023 3, 870 3,361- -- 6 467
Kansas City__.~_._._.._.~~.~.~.~.~............ 80, 023 i 20,84 98, 537 120 194, 402
M\Iilwaukee_.~....~.~.~~.-................~ 108 16736 10,24 ........- 106o,100
National Stock Yards__............. .....~,... .. 707 10073 4,20 1 1023
New York--.~.....-~~~~--~.~.~................ 28, 421 51, 324 242, 236 1---....1 89, 163
Omeaba.~~.-.~.. .....~.....~.-~................ 64, 949 4 855 137, 773 6 152, 417
Philadelphia._-~~.~..~._................. 5, 101 7047 23,82 1-----... 58, 338
St. Louis.~~~........................-.~~ 15, 989 6,402 922 9 124, 385
Bio nr City....................................- 29, 644 1, 861 52, 094 1---.... 8, 8
Both St. Joseph............................. 26 35 51 3 0 8 4 11 6
South. St. Paul,,...............--,-- -- ..... .. 38 9 S, 786 37 15 ..... 0, 622
Wichits......------------ ----------........... 6, 612 2036 4,644 1 50,746
All other establishmlents....................... 140, 363 7,286 183, 563 624 962, 427

Total:
August, 18920........................ 725, 714 337, 969 1, 298, 048 2, 510 3, 129, 991
August, 1928_-............,-. .._.... 716, 567 368, 799 1, 196, 112 1, 349 2,5533
months ended August, 1929,..... 5, 342, 840 3, 020, 849 9, 090, 972 14, 710 315, 02,21
8 months ended A ugust, 1928....1... 5, 472, 924 3, 204, 218 8, 520, 889 9, 031 3,336, 812
New York, Brooklyn. Jersey City and Newarkr. 34, 966 57, 427 289,643 1---..... 167, 569
(T he slaughter figures for t his grou p of ci ties
are included in the figures above for "'Newf
York" and "All other establishments"
and are combined here to show total in
the Greater New York district.)



Horses slaughtered in August, 1929.................................................. 14,982
Horses slaughtered in August, 1928 ,............ .................................... 12, 468
8 months ended August, 1929.................................................... 7323
8 months ended August, 1928... ... ... ..- ----- ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... .. --- ... ... 77 70

Inspection pounds
Inspection of lard at all establishments, August, 1929..~..~....................__ _............ 135,608,952
Compound and other substit utes~~.~-...........................................~ 406, 1592,099
Sausage._.~.._. ..............~.~ .......... ~.~.~..... ~ ~ ..~........................... ...... 7,6,7
Correspondig inspections for August, 1928:
Lard ... ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ... .. ... ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. 116,786, 774
Compound and other substitutes........... ............................... 45, 170, 625
8s usage ... .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ... .. .. 71, 847, 919

(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have
been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)




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


Retained for tuberculosis

Total
Stationslaughterj Passed
Total co EgdCe



Cattle:
Chicago......~.................~........~...................... 143, 358 2,951 121 568
anosas City '.~..~............. ................~........ 8,2 193 14 42
Oma ha............................. ................. 6,4 382 25 52
Sw ine:
Chicago....._.....~.~~.._....~.................... 499,5625 67, 888 1, 122 996
Ransas City.~..~........................._~.~.......~......~ 194, 402 10, 152 144 93
Omhaba_....................................~~~_.. 152, 417 1I,945 210 103














Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine


Emac~iation....~~. .~.- ~~~.~~............ ~~.~. ....... .~...... 381 122 408 49
Hog cholera............................ ~~~~~~~-~---~~-~~._-.......~~ .. ._....~. ~ ... ............. 1,243
Laflammatory diseases~.~~.........~...-.~~.~...........~....... 882 135 653 2, 272
In maturity~..... ..~.~..-.~.--......~..-.......~..~............. ......-.... 50 .......... ..........
Tuberculosis..._ .~.-......-..~~...........~.~.~.........~_...... 2, 106 38 ....~..... 4, 650
All other causes....~...~......-.~.-..-.......................... 1,037 150 625 3, 040

To al .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,405 495 1,686 12, 163



IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meat and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during August,
1929, with figures for other periods for comparison.


Imports of food animals


Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


Mexico~~.~.~.... ......~ ~~.~.~..............................~....... 670 ..... 61 87
Canada.~....................~~~~~............~...~ ................ 32, 852 648 881 3
Virgin Islands (tor Porto Rico)~~.~.....~..._................~._..... 23 ..... .........
Total:
August, 1929..........._--_-_......................~....... 39,6855 648 042 90
Augrust, 1928_,_...._-__--.... ~....~...................... 45, 732 517 2, 312 65
8 mont bs ended August, 1929--_.....~. .................. 367, 644 2. 000 22 922 198
8 months ended August, 1928..-_.................... ... 286, 859 IB, 933 22, 760 205



Imports of mneal and meal food products


Fresh and refrigerated
Counryo exortCured and IOther meat Total
Connry f exortcanned products weight
Beef Other


Poltnds Pounrds Pounds Pounds Pou nds
Argentina.........------..... ..~........... I............ 1............ 4, 645, 535 125, 370 4, 773, 905
Austraia.................~............... 24, 694 23, 278 1......~..... 2, 454 50, 426
Brazil~.~........... ............... 1. 204, 472 )~..~_....... 1, 204, 472
Canada.~.................~.........~......~ 1, 937, 861 942, 389 1, 894, 892 318, 682 5, 093, 824
New Zealasnd..................... ......-_ 2, 64~8, 545 186, 010 I........~~~.... .~..~..... 2, 834, 585
Paraguay................................. .. .. 322, 598 .....~....... 1 220, 598
Uruguay.................................. .. .. ... ._ 1.~. .... 2, 55 1, 318 25, 407 2, 5?6, 725
Other countries... ........... ... .. .....I 87, 600 I..........~ .1 48, 982 78, 099 214, 681
Total:
August, 1929..................... 4,698, 700 1, 151, 707 11, 565, 797 553, 012 17, 960, 216
August, 1928..----_-_-............ 6, 706, 684 2, 015, 980 7, 093, 527 846, 788 16, 662, 979
8 months ended August, 1929-,... 2,5,049, 404 10, 317, 531 712, 338, 251 6, 889, 299 I14, 594, 485
8 months ended August, 1928.... 19, 768, 560 12, 477, 074 40, 222, 410 7, 517, 477 88, 985, 521

Condemned in August, 1929: Beef, 2,133 pounds; pork, 1,086 pounds; total, 3,219 pounds.
Refused entry: Pork, 56 pounds.


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[September,


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, JULY, 1929












SUMMARY O]F TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, AUGUST, 1929


Tuberulin ests Total to date
during month

State Heids Cat- Once- Ac- Herds Inspector in charge State official
C at tle tie tested cred- under
Io~ tested re- free ited super-
s acted herds ersvision


- i i I 1


1929]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


5,867
8, 251
2, 894
6, 646
946
3, 682

3,738
90
7,935


33, 908
142, 968

131, 269

108, 367

88, 191
73, 641

8, 279

43, 023
15, 604

2:165
172, 591
79, 994
6, 280
73,203

31, 491
69, 000
1,345
1, 914
.3, 994
2, 070

27, 295
256, 530
53, 176
180, 251
126






61 232 2
62,0388
579

31

5,448
20. 638

42,313
50,511

150, 683

10. 145


Ark.~_._...

Colo......~.
Conn....

Del .......

Fla.~........

Ga.........
Idaho......
Ill..........

Ind___.....

Iowa.......

Kans~.......
Ky.........

LaB...~_...
Me~.........

Mass....... ~

Minn~.....
Miss.-~.....

M~ont....

Ne.~N Nebr.......

N. J.........


N. C.-_.....
N. Dak ....
Ohio.......

Okla.__.....



R. I........

8. Dak .._...
Tenn....


Utah.......

Vt....~.....

Va._....._..

Wash....
W. Va.....

Wis_.~_._...

Wyo.~~.~...
Total~....


17

2, 68

S2, 26




28
205



727
5, 429






26, 622

21, 823

FSOB
260

17

7, 716

1,4

1, 26
121


1016


2, 947
623
71, 392

51, 225


4'5


6, 916

1, 511


6, 521


8,771


161, 17

177, 89

175, 28



8, 65

43,817


4,49
174, 68
93, 62
6,08
76,80

31,90
69, 46


10, 231
2, 11

100, 511
256, 94
64, 57t
187, 41




427



61, 399


11, 579

22,610 /

22, 195

46,143
52.315

165.78

II, 48


R. E. Jackson.....
F'. L. Schneider...

R. Snyder. ......

WV. E. Howe ...
R. L. Smith ......

E. B. Simonds....

A. E. W~ight......
J. G.- Fish ........

~A. Li. Hlirleman...
W. A. Sullivan....
J. J. Lintner......

J. E. Gibson. ....

J. A. Barger._....

SN. L. To~wnsend..



G. H. Caldwell...
E. B. Simonds....

E. A. Crossman ..

T. 8. Rich......~..
W. J. Fretz...~....
H~. Robbins .......
SRalph Gfraham....
J. WI. Murdoch...
A. H. Francis.....
L. C. Butterfield~..
E. A. Crossman...
J. G. M~iddleton...
F. L. Schneider ...

H. B. Leonard....
W. O. Dendinger.
H. H. Cohenour
A. J. De Fosset...


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

E. A. Cross~man...

WV. K. Lewis......
J. O. 11 itson .. ....
H. 1M. O' Rear.....
H. L. Darby......


L. H. Adms ..... _

R. 1E. Brookzbahik..

J. C. Exline.......
H. M. Newton....

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

John T. Dlas.... _-


C. A. Caryr, Auburn.
R. J. Height, Phoenix.
J. H. Bux, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacra-
mento.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
Charles Johnson, Hasrt-
ford.
O. A. Newton Bridge-
ville.

J. V. Knapp, Tallahas-
see.
J. M. Button, Atlanta.
A. J. Dickman, Boise.
D. W. Robison, Spring-
field.
Frank H. Brown, In-
dianapolis.
1M. G. Thornburg, Des
Moines.
J. H. MIeroer, Topeka.
D. E. W~estmorland,
FranLkfort.
E. P. F'lowper, Baton
Rouge.
Hl. M. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George, Bal-
timore.
E. F. Richardson,
Boston.
B. J. K~illhamn, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, 8t. Paul.
R. V. Rafnel, Jackson.
H. A. Wilson. JetTerson
City.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
C. Hi. Hays, Lincoln.
Edwasrd Records, Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. HI. McNeil, Trenton.
Mat Keenan, Albuquer-
que.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
William Mdoore, Raleigh.
W. F'. Crewe, Bismarek.
O. McCandless, Colum-
bus.
O. C. Hisel, Okslahoma
City.
W. H. Lytle, Balemo.
T. E. Munce, Barris
burg.
T. E. Robinson, Provl
dence.
W. Kt. Lewis, Colubia.
TI. HI. Ruth, Pierre.
J. M. Jones, Nashville.
N. F. Williamns, Fort
Worth.
W. Hl. Hendricks, Balt
Lake City.
]Edwatrd H3. Jones, Mlont
pelier.
H. C. Givens, Rich
mond.
Robert Prior, Olympia.
JohnWH. Smith, Charles-
ton.
Walter A. Duffy, Madi-
son.
H. D. :Port, COberenne.


837
1;4
466
285

44
383

348

79

2,304
40)8
4, 608

2,703

4, 356
1, 686
1, bl4


493
1, 961
177

4, 840



159
1, 946
84
294
568
14

5, 386
103
1, 215
5, 6322
393

2.142
5,5681
h

1, 26
196
489
299

1,873
343

3, 619

2L,966
1,962

11, 200
let


6,70



1, 199
3, 63

3, 87

2.22

7,22


18, 65

71, 26


8, 28

2, 55

4,56


3,23

45, 82
178, 489


3, 113
20, 404 i
1,SB2
4, 226
5, 016
51

68, 294
1, 198
19, 589
44, 173

1,950

11,9000
48, 295

67

4, 355
4, 912
4, 686
10, 002

S13, 232


S17, 219

S21, 406



1, 105


2
14
1
63

45
324

174


12

5
0
1, 204
42

695

029

321

1 2

294

264

169
875

9

4
129

110
239


7, 618
0
137
1, 105
1 1

393
1, 922
S3?

4
363
6
213

S71

471

32

151
312

741

0


968, 993 17, 36i2 2, 245, 099 175, 778


2, 623, 811







82 BUREAU OF ANIMA.L INDUSTRY [September.

FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL

The following is an additional name and facsimile signature of a foreign national
governments official authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for
meat and meat food products offered for importation into the United States:


Country and name Signjature


NORWAY


Nils Toenberg ... ..... ....



PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS

In accordance w~ith the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, governing t~he inter-
state movement of livestock;, the bureau has issued the following permits in the
general disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises:
To Tar Products Corporation. Providence, R. I., for the use of "'Hessol," a
saponified cresol solution.
Distributor

To Cabell Chemical Co., 320 15th Street, Huntington, W'. Va., for the dis-
tribution and use of "Crestall Dip"' under the name of "Cabell's Batchers
Disinfectant." This disinfectant is identical w~ith "Crestall Dip" manufactured
by Baird P hlucGuire (Inc.), of Holbrook, Alass.

Permission W'ithdrawn

The permission granted to Columbia Serum Co., Station G, Columbus, Ohio,
to distribute Clarisiol," a saponified cresol solution, under the trade name of
"' Buck~eye Brand Sap~onified Cresol Solution," is hereby withdrawn at the request
of Columbia Serum Co.


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


Total serum C up d m e d Simuleous
cleared virus

C. c. C. c. C. C. C. E. C. c.
August, 1929 ....~............... 103, 077, 373 61, 858, 625 76, 592, 805 7, 360, 523 16, 464, 819
A ugust, 1928 .~.~.......... ....-,. ;9, 162, 522 58j, 840, 965 66, 410, 0414 7, 072. 326 15, 004, 227
8 mornt hs ended August, 1929_~... 715, 837., 608 502, 981, 233 595, 379, 602 45, 863, 960 154, 523, 913
8 mont bs ended A ugust, 198....~- 580, 778, 639 386, 970, 717 443, 073. 085 42, 343, 064 124, 451, 215


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN AUGUST, 1929
P~ License No. 9 was issued August 27, 1929, to Lederle Antitoxin Laboratories,
Middletown Road, near Pearl River, N. Y., for mixed bacterial vaccine (catnine).
License No. 21 was issued August 22, 1929, to the Continental Serum Labor-
atories Co., Isett Avenue, M~uscatine, low~a, for blackleg baciterin.
License No. 190 wvas issued August 19, 1929, to the National Drug Co., 5109 and
5111 Germantowfn Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., and Swiftwfater, Pa., for abortion
bacterin (bovine); abortion bact~erin (equine); abortion mixed bacterin (bovine);
distemper mixed bacterin (canine); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin (bovine;
hemorrhagle-septicemia, bacterin (ovrine); hemorrhagic-septicemia mixed bacterin
(bovine); influenza mixed bacterin (equine); rabies vaccine; strepto-staphylo
bacterin (canine); strepto-staphylo bacterin (equine); swvine-plague mixed bacterin;
tetanus antitoxin; w'hite-sc~ours mixed bacterin (bovine).










LICENSES TEEIlbHNATED IN AUGUST. 1929

Licenses No. 185, issued August 18, 1925, and December 29, 1926, to Killips
Poultry Laboratories (Inc.), 213 High Avenue, East Oskaloosa, Iowa, were
terminated on August 28, 1929, without prejudice.
Licenses No. 190, issued August 30, 1927, September 13, 1927, Sept~ember 26,
1927, M~arch 8, 1928, and M1arch 10, 1928, to the National Drug Co., 5109 Cer-
mantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., we~re terminated on August 19, 1929, and
annew license of the same number issued, as indicated above.



SUJMM[ARY OF HOG-CH~OLERA-CONTROL WORK, AUGUST, 1929


Demonstra- .Ont-
vtri- Meet- i. ios A p urse r d
State narians ings ad- ine-pr ntin- and to buresat~
engagds rese tigated N~um- Hogs formed rdveteri-
ber treated narians

A la am a .. ... ... .. 1 11 41 ....... ...... ..... .. .... ... ... .... .. ......
Arkransas .............. 1. 5 7 94 1 34 9 ... .. 30
Colorado............. 3 .. .. 17 ---1.--- .. .. 2 .. ..... .. 1
Florida.~............... 1.2 1 65 11 142 ...... .......... 2
Georgia..~...~.......... 1.8 3 135 13 204 4 .........22
Illinois.~..~._..._...... 3 4 201 .. ... 64 41 42 114
Indiana_............... 2 5 142 .. .. .. 17 2 .....17
Iows__.................. 2 3 64 1 30 28 ... ... 80
K ans ass, .............. 5 ..... .... 30 2 15 .. .. .29
K~entu cky,.~. -........ 1 ...... 46 4 295 6 .....8...
Louisia na..._........._.. 1 1 46 11 328 2 ........ 3
Mdaryland............. 2 4 185 ........ ....... 11 16 .. ..37
Mlichig an .............. 2 .. 60 ........ ....... 14 ........ ........ 45
M ississip pl............ 1. 04 1-......... 55 ... .. .. .
Mi~ssouri_.............. 1 5 89 1 90 14 ... ... 45
N ebraska..............I 1 ..........- 41 1- ....... ........ 9 ........ ........ 9
North Carolina, _...... .75 1 50 ..... ..........-- 7 ................-- 10
O hi ... ... ... ... 5 ..........- 25 ........ ........- 10 ........ ... ....- 66
Oklaboma............. 2 1-......... 119 1 800 1 4 2 .......,1. 2
South Carolina-.._.... 1 ..........- 34 22 212 ........................-, 10
Bouth D akota......... .3 ..........- 7 ................1 l 12 ................ 16
Tennessee ............ 1 1 84 4 123 3 7 ........_ 10
Texas.............~..... 1 ..........- 77 1 3 8 ................-- 18
'Virginia. ..~.~......... 1 ..........- 97 ...... ........ ....... ........ ....... 2
Washington...........1 1.5 1 84 1 14 1 .... ....
Wisconsin~-.-.......... 5 ..........- 20 ........ ........- 8 4 ........- 6
Total............ 31. 30 47/ 1,908 73 1, 550 233 72 42 580

1 Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to the work.



PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE[E PACKERS AND STOCKYPARDS ACT

Dockcet No. 89 -In re W. E. Towfnsend, dealer, St. Joseph Stock Yards, South
st. Joseph, Mvo. Notice of inquiry issued June 14, 1929, alleging that respondent
was insolvent in that he was unable to pay' his debts as they became due in the
usual course of business. A hearing was held in this case on July 31, 1929, at
which time both parties were represented by counsel. On September 20, 1929,
respondent was suspended for six months from registration as a dealer with leave,
however, during said period to apply for revocation of his suspension onl a
showing satisfactory to the Secretary of Agriculture that he is then. solven~t. On
September 30, the Acting Secretary issued an order extending the effective date
of t~he above-mentioned order until October 14, 19239.



CALENDARS FOR 1930

Of~eers in charge and individuals reporting direct to Washington will please
indicate in their stores requiasitions for December 1 orders for thie wall calendars that
they will require for the year 1930. One wall calendar should be siufficient for
each room occupied as office or laboratory, and orders should be for minimum
number.


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMTENTS


1929]






BUREAU OF ANTMAL INDUSTRY [September.

The bureau has discontinued the purchase of desk-ealendar pads and stands for
field stations. .However, stations now equipped with such stands may procure
pads for the same for 1930 by ordering on their stores requisitions for December 1
the number required, indicating the make of the stand for which intended--that
ii, whether G~em, Handy, Daily, etc. These calendars and pads may not be
forwarded with the other supplies ordered on such requisitions, but an effort will
be made to get them to the stations before the first of the new year.
In this connection attention is called to the notice headed Advertising matter not
allouoed in Governmentl voices,"' in Service and Regulatory A~nnounlcem~ens for No-
uember, 1915, page 187.

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LA WS

Pe111111111Inalties and ~fines have been imposed in. prosecutions for violations of regula-
tory laws, as reported to t~hellllllll11 bureau, as follows:
Twenty-eight-Hour Law
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., 8100 penalty.
Northern Pacific Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Pennsylvanlia Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Southern Railway Co., )100 penalty.
Lv~estock-Quaralantin Law
Illinois Central Railroad Co., interstate transportation of one dead hog in the
same car with live animals, $100 fine.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
JaT~he burea keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to
emesin charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.
So far as possible aditionatl copies will be furnished on request.]

Technical Bulletin No. 113. Arrow Grass (Trigiochin maritima) as a Stock-
Poisoning Plant. By C. Dwig~ht Marsh, A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Patho-
logical Division. Pp. 15, figs. 4.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1054 (revised). The Loco-Weed Disease. By C.
Dwight Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Pathological Division, and W. W. Eggleston,
Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 26, figs. 19.
Farmers' Bulletin. No. 1395 (revised). Beef-Cattle Production in the Range
Area. By Virgil V7. Parr, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 44, figs. 20.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1593. Trembles. By C. Dwight 10Iarsh, Pathological
Division. Pp. 10, fig~s. 7.
Yearbook; Separate No. 1043. Animal Hulsbandry Research Y'ields Dividends
to All. By E. W, Sheets, chief, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 4.
Yearbook Separate NS~o. 1044. Mreat Combines High Nutrit~ive Value with
Great Palatability. B~y Paul E. Howve, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. 1055. Livestock. Betterment Registers Advrancement
Throughout the W'orld. By D. S. ]Burch, editor, Bureau of Animal Industry.
Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separat~e N;o. 1045. Livestock Improvement Can Be Accomplished
SSlective Breeding. 1By Hi-ugh C. McPhee, Animal Husbandry Division.

Y~earbook Sepatrate! No. 1046. Poultry Breeders Can Increase Profits by
Controlling Production. By M. A. Jull, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 3.
Yearbookr Separate No. 1047. Poultry's RIlineral Requirements V'ary at
Different Ages. By H. WV. Titus, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 3.
Yearbook Separate No. 1049, Beef Should Be Bought and Cooked According
to Both Quality and Cut. By K. F. WTarner, Animal Husbandry Division.
Pp. 3.
Yearbook Separat~e No. 1050. Hogs Can Be Produced Profitably in Parts of
Northern Great Plains. By R. E. Hutton, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. 1052. Hog Profits Increased by Proper Selection of
Foundation Animals. By J. H. Zeller, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 4.






S85


1929]


SERVICE AND REGULAORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Yearbook Separatet No. 1053. Livestock: Industry Suffers Heavy Loss by
Abortion Disease. By John R. M~ohler, chief, Bureau of Animal Industry.
Pp. 2.
Yearbook: Separate No. 1054. Hog-Cholera Losses Can Be ~Much Reduced by
Sanitary M/easures. By UJ. G. Houck, chief, Division of Hog-Cholera Control.
Pp. 3.
Yearbook Se~para~te No. 1056. Livestock W~eighed Under Impro~ved Condi-
tions at Many Public Stockcyards. B~y C. A. Briggs, Packers and Stockyards
Division. Pp. 4.
Y'eaarbook S~eparate No. 1057. Beef Stee~rs Produced on. Range Should Show
Maximum Weight for Age. By W.V H. Black, Animal Husbandry Division.
Pp. 3.
Amendment 4 to B3. A. I. Order 317, declaring the following-named counties
to be modified accredited areas for a period of three years from Septemnber 1,
1929: Tehama, Calif.; Cherokee, Pickenls, and Union, Ga.; Canyon, Idaho;
Adams, Hancock, Monroe, Orange, and Perry, Ind.; Cherokee, Kans.; Blue
Earth, Ramsey, and Washington, Minn.; Lawrence, Mo.; Sarpy, Nebr.; Livings-
ton, N. Y.; Divide, M~cI~enry, Morton, Pierce, Sheridan, and W~illiams, N. Dak.;
M~rontgomery, Tenn.; K~ing Williamn, Va.; and Barbour, W. Va. The followig-
named counties have been reaccredited for a period of three years fromn the same
date: Gooding, Idaho; Iron, Mich.; ]Faribault, Minn.; McKean, Pa.; Muarshall,
Tenn.; and Roanoke, Va. P. 1 (mimeographed).
B. A. I. Order 320, special order providing for shipment of cattle of the non-
quarantined area, for exhibition at Florida State Fair, Jacksonville, Ela., Novemo-
her 21 to 30, 1929, anld South Florida Fair, Tampa, Fla., January 28 to February
8, 1930. P. 1 (mimeographed).


ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief: JonIN R. MOHILER.
Aseociate Chief: U. G. HI-OUCK.
Assistant Chief: A. W. M4ILLER.
Administrative Assistant: CHIARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. ConnAN.
Editor: D. S. BUnceI.
Aniimal Husbandry Division: ]E. W. SHIEETs, chief.
Biochemic Division: M. DORS~ET, Obief.
Divisioni of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoTTC, chief.
Division of Vi'rus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.
Fld Inspection Division: G. WC7. POPE, chief.
Mleat. Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOMa, chief.
Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W~. MILLER, chief.
Pathological Division: JonN 8. BUCK;LEY, chief.
Tick .Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WTIGHT, chief.
Zoological Division: MAUIRICE C. HALL, chief.
Erperimentl Station: W. E. Corrow, superintendent.
O~gice of Accounts: GEORGE F. 1CUCK~ER, in charge.
Ofice of Personnel: GEORGE Il. RUSSELL, in charge.










U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTINGO OFFICEr 1929


F~or s~ale by the Superintendent of Doenments, Washington, D. C. ]Price 5 cent
Busription price, 25 cents pe year.













































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