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Service and regulatory announcements
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United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
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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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ration is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, ruling, etc., con-
ork of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribUtion is limited to persons in the service
:, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers whose
it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Others
is may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Offce,
D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each onicial in charge of
ranch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force.
be kept at each station for reference.


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CONTENTS
Page
Changes in director ...............................................-- -~.~~-~ 89
Notices regarding meat inspection..-....-~ ................,___---~_............................... 90
Animal casings of foreign origin. -.~ ~~. __.......... ~..................... .......... _.......... 90
Export certificate required for consignment to Latvia .~-~__~_................................. 90
Certifloate for animal casings for New Zealand~ -~-...--..... ............_...................... 90
Animals slaughtered in October, 1927, under Federal meat inspection in the districts represented by
the cities shown in the following tab~le...............~ ~.. _--_-.~.... -............ .. ............... 91
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, October, 1927.......... Of
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, September, 1927.. .........................---................. 01
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products. _~_..................... ....____ 92
Foreign meat-inspection officia ls............................. 92
Summary of tunerculosis-eradication work with States, October, 1927_-__~............ ........ .i 93
Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses-_.............-~ ........ 94
Licenses issued in October, 1927, for biological products. _. _..__-........... ......... 94
Permitted dips for scabies of cattle and sheep. .-~_~-~. .......................... .--~~ S 94
Statement of results--tick eradication-July 1, 1906 to December 1, 1927.: ....... 95
Proceedings under packers and stockyards act........ --______........... ... .....
Notice regarding travel Fouchers- ____-__-___........................ _....
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws_ _._...............~ ......... ..
New publications of the bureau.-~...........---,-____.................... .. ... ....
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry~..........~~... .~. .............~~ :4..I:: ..........


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY n \

Meat Inspection Granted;5
3-U. Swift & Co., 31-30 Union Avenue, M~remphis, Tenn.
195. Castleberry's Product Co., 1621 Fifteenth Street; mail, box 93 u sta
Ga. ~ ~
433. Pearl Sausage Co. (Inc.), 15 M~ercantile Street, Boston, M'ass. '
*995. Louisville Provision Co., 014-936 East Mlarket Street, Louisvile, Kf.5i


Meat Ins~pection WithdrawRn
Jacob Dold Packing Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Far Famed Meat & Sausage Co., Kansas City, Kans.
The Great Atlantie & Pacific Tea Co., Newfark, N. J.

Meat Inspection Ez tended
Adolf Gobel (Inc.), 34 Rock Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., to include George
Kern (Inc.).
M. Reinfeld & Sons (Inc.), Newark, N. J., to include David J. Ershowskyr
(Inc.).
Hygrade Provision Co. (Inc.), Brooklyn, N. Y'., to include Palestine Brand'
~Kosher Wurst Factory (Inc.).


42-C.
82.
419--1.


317.

354.

973.


B. A. I. 247


United States Department of


Bl)REAl. OF ANIMAL


RBVICE AND REGULATORY AN.

NOVEMBER, 1927








90 .. B'CITEBE~ OF ANIMAL INDTJSTRY .. [Novent er,

Change in Name of Q4alal E~stblishment 'i
105. Hygrade Provision Co. (Inc.), 135-137 South Eighth Street, Brooklyn,
N. Y., and Palestine Brand Kosher Wurst Factory (Inc.),. instead of~
previous parent name.
*454. Adolf Gobel (Inc.), Eleventh Avenue, Fortieth to Forty-frst Streets, New
York, N. Y., and George Kern (Inc.).
Change In Addresls of Oleial In Charge

Dr. J. 8. Grove, 233 Livestock Exchange Building, Stockyards Station, Fort
Worth, Tex., instead of 248 Livestock Exchange Building.
Change of Olcial in Charge

Dr. T. W. Cole succeeds Dr. 8. J. Horne (resigned) as inspector in charge at
Jacksonvile, Fla., effective December 16, 1927.
Add to List of Odieials

E. F. Pickering, in charge preliminary tick-eradication work by means of
motion pictures, box 356, route 6, Houston, Tex.


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN

Certificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,
which bear the of~cial titles of the high officials of the respective foreign coun-
tries as specified below, will be acceptable with animal casings offered for impor-
tation into the United IStates on and after December 1, 1927.
The certificates must also bear the signature of the high officials of the national
government having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign country
in which the casings originated, but owving to the fact that the high of~eials.
are changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Official title Foreign country
Secretary, Department of Markets and Migration............. Australia.
Federal Minister for Agriculture and Forestry........... ....- Austria.
M minister of Agriculture............................ ........ Belgiumn .
The Honorable the Colonial Secretary.......................- Gibraltar.
Royal Hungarian Minister of Agriculture................ ... Hungary.
Additional of~ieial titles wil be published when received from other foreign
countries.
EXPORT CERTIFICATE REQUIRED FOR CONSIGNMENT TO LATVIA

The department is officially informed that the Government of Latviia, requires
certification for meat, meat products, and animal raw products offered for
importation into that country. Accordingly, exporters will request and inspeo-
tors in charge of meat inspection will issue certificates as provided by regulation
to cover these articles destined to Latvia.

CERTIFICATE FOR ANIMAL CASINGS FOR NEW ZEALAND

The bureau is informed that the Government of New Zealand requires that
animal casings imported into that country shall be accompanied by an official
certificate similar to the revised certificate for casings for Australia. Therefore
casings intended for export to New Zealand should be handled and certified in
the same manner as casings for Australia.

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Emaciation .......................527 6 73
Hog cholera.~-~-.__~~............. ...................... ............ ............ ............~ 1,880
Inflamm atory diseases.--............................... 89 3352 ,63
Im m aturity.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 06 .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..
Tuberculosis... ....... ....... ................ 3 24 6 ...... 3, 680
All the ca ses .......... ....... ......... .... 1,0471784882, 516

"'Total.......................................0 5, 804 540 1, 590 9, 792


1927]


SERVICE AND BEGULATOBY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Cause


Cattle


Calves


Sheep


Swine


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN OCTOBER, 1927, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT
INSPECTION IN THE DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES
SHOWN IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE


Station Cattle Calv~es Sheep Goats Swine


Baltimore..---............-~-................ 7, 431 670 3, 672 ...... 65, 222
Buffalo~.~ __... ~~.. ~~~.~..................~ I1,284 2,56j2 8. 866 ....... 66941
Chicago.. -..-.-............-.....-~~......... 176, 311 48, 390 252, 680 932 386, 495
Cincinnati...... --~........................ 12, 631 5, 823 5, 767 8 63, 757
Cleveland,_~_~._-..................... ...... 8, 9412 7, 467 15, 886 8 66, 379
Denver.---...~-~.......................... 10,380 2, 257 21 0 ..... 15, 987
Detroit.~ ...--.~............--..-............. 8, 747 4, 779 28, 719 I 62, 052
Fort Worth................................. 40, 263 51, 612 13, 544 151 22, 946
Indianapolis___.._.~.- ~~.---............... 18, 086 4, 824 2, 995 1 52, :03
Kansas City---~............................. I15, 185 29, 077 107, 797 2, 246 156, 339
MCilwaukee.~._. .~._._.......... .~.......... 17, 885 34, 625 736 ..... 121, 698
National Stock Yards~...................... 41, 383 ?, 479 23, 299 504 104-, 084
New York__~.__~_.~.~...-~.................. 33, 516 47, 992 200, 400 ] I 109, 708
Omaha.~. ................................... 81, 741 11, 020 99. 188 45 93, 454
Philadelphia.~. -..~-~~~...-.... .. ... -..~.... 7, 613 7, 502 18, 310 ..........~ 69, 905
St. Louis.................................... 15, 994 4, 264 5, 4193 68 117, 126
Siiour City...... ~~-~~ ..~.~...... .~........... 30, 579 5, 359 42 7 ..... 56, 880
South St. Joseph...................._._...... 34, 955 7, 571 52, 006 9 :77,73
South St. Paul.............................. 6i, 628 53, 713 107, 738 1.......... 215,632
W'ichits~~.. ~__..........................~~~~. 8. 632 3, 550 2, 427 6 48, 110
All other establishments~.~...~.~..~.......... 147, 083 72, 552 143, 4411 481 075, 492

Total: October, 1927................... 895. 269 413, 100 1, 193, 6711 4, 471 2. 068. 683
October, 1926.~..-............... 095. 566 4416,358 I 1,167.451 4, 900 2, 976, 271
10 months ended October, 1927 7~,877, 478 4, 089, 656 10.717, 714I 19, 812 35, 0:6. 413
10 months ended October, 1926. 8, 346,582 4, 307, 391 1 0, 750, 190 25, 069 32, 632, 746


Horses slaughtered at all establishments, October, 1927, 7,877. Inspections of lard at all establishments,
105,869.037 inspection pounds, compound and other substitutes, 33.888,663 inspection pounds; sausage
abopped, 741,453,164l inspection pounds. Corresponding inspections for October, 1926: Lard, 107,882.871
inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 49,933,913 inspection pounds; sausage ebopped,
74,4197,8307 inspection pounds.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have
been inspected and recorded more chan once in the process of manufacture.)

EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, OCTOBER, 19271


Retained for tuberculosis

StationToa
slaughter Ttl Passed for Con-
sterilizationl demned


Cattle-Chicago... .........................._. ~....... 176, 311 7, 945 17 I 1, 461
Kansas City-.................................. 115, 185 324 12 86
Omaba...................................... 81,741 8141 39 128
Swine-Chicago~~____-........................... 386, 495 50, 416 1, 123 8441
Ransas City .................--~~~-............. 156, 339 7, 071 120 77
Omaha--.~-................................. 93, 454 11, 868 182 134


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, SEPTEMBER, 1927












IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS' AND OF MEATS AND .ME~AT FO~OD
S..PRODUlCTS"

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureatu of Animal Industryrduring October,
1927, with figures for other period for comparison.

Im ports of food animals

Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats

M exico..........--~-.... ......... ....... ....... ... .... ..- 23, 756 61 5 7 1
Canada..~......................................... 541, 875. 27, 808 8, 853 &
England ..- -~~~ -~.... .. .. .. ..........-.. .... -.-... .... ..... 230 . .. .
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)..~..... ~--.............. .-~..... 182 ..... ..........
Total, October, 1927-..........-~~---~..~~............... 79, 052 27, 869 9, 450 9
October, 1926~~.........---~~---..~............... 37, 798 20, 977 23, 142 1-' ---
10 months ended October, 1927. ._.--.-.-.~........ 323, 230 173, 030 28, 934 IsS
10 months ended October, 1926~.................... 221, 297 38, 290 47, 917 5 4


Imported meats and meat food prod ucts

Fresh and refrigerated
Canned Other Total
Country of export and enred products weight
Beef Other

Pou nds Pou nds POUnlds Pounds Poun2ds
Alrgentina .. .. .... .. ... .. ..... ....... ... 80 6 360,30 1, 140, 763
Australia ................................. 4, 891 7, 120 .. .. 8 112 7
Canada................... 6, 381, 531 2, 751, 826 2, 4419, 569 827, 242 12,413, 168
Uruguays ............... ... .......... 4418, 810 45, 300 1, 494, 110
Other ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ?; conre............... 2 7. 123, 800 622, 319 73, 007 1, 027, 033
Total, October, 1927................. 6, 597,239 2, 882, 836 5, 337, 155 1, 306, 710 16, 123, 940
October, 1926.................. 2, 249, 191 2, 405, 499 1, 406, 088 392, 857 6, 453, 635
10 month hsended October, 1927.l 22, 261, 696 21, 773, 117 46, 618, 036 5, 083, 573 95, 736, 422
10 months ended October, 1926. 10, 532, 235 11, 902, 054 23, 582, 894 3, 496, 628 419, 513, 811

Condemned in October, 1927: Beef, 5,172 pounds; pork, 2,3141 pounds; total, 7,486 pounds.
Refused entry: Alutton, 67 pounds; pork, 319 pounds; total, 386 pounds.

FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALS

The following are additional names and facsimile signatures of foreign national
government officials authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for
meat and meat food products offered for importation into the United States:


[1 ovilbeh .


Country and name


Signature


ENGLAND

A. G. G. Thompson...--

IRELAND

D. Kennedy.............


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Name Removed from Llst


It
.... ;...J~t


BUBEAT OF AlWiIHaAle !INTDU$ti.rR


Joseph Priestley, England.













SUMMVARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, OCTOBER, 1927


State or Territdrial
official





C. A.Cary, Auburn.
S. E. Douglas, Phoenix.
J. H. Bus, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacra-
mento.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
J. MI. W'hittlesey, Basrt-
ford.
O. A. Newton, Bridge-


J. \. Knapp, Talla-
basssee
J. Mi. Sut ton, Atlanta.
A. J. Dick man, Boise.
F. A. Laird, Springfield.
Frank H. Brown, In-
djanapolis.
MI. G:. Thornburg, Des
M~oines.
J. HI. M~ercer. Topeka,
D). E. W'estmorland.
FrankfTort.
E. P. Flower, Baron
Rouge.
H. Mi. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. Gocrge, Bal-
t more.
F. B.Cummings, Bos-
ton.
H. W. Norton, Jr.,
Lansung.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
R.Y. Rafnel, Jackison.
H. A. W'ilson, Jefferson
City.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
C. H. Bay~s, Lincoln.
Edwsrd Records, Reno.
A. L. Felkier, Con cord.
J. B. Me Neil, Tren ton.
M~at. Keenan, Albu-
querqlue.
E. T. Faulder, Alban y.
W'm. M~oore, Raleigh.
WV. F. Crewre, Bismarck.
F. A. Zimmer, Colum-
bus.
C. C. Hlisel, Ok~laboma
Ciry.
V. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. M unce, Hasrris-
burg.
T. E. Robinson, Prod-
dence.
W'. K. Lewfis, Colu mbia.
Mi. WV. Ray,. Pierre.
WI. B. Linc~oln, Nash-
vil le.
N. F. Williams, Fort,
Worth.
W.~ H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake City.
Edwvard H. Jones,
M~ontpelier.
II. C. Giv-ens, Rich-
mond.
Robert Prior, Oly-mpia.
John W'. Smit h, Chalr-
leston.
Walter A. Duty, M~adi-
son.
H. D. Port, Cheyenue.
L.. E. Case.


1927]


SERVICE AND REGTJLATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


sts
h


Cat-
tie
re-
acted



71
0

12


152

0
56

4
29

305

3,355

85


62

45


255

1,213

2,241
22

24
394
8
222
372
lb

5,775
14

880

0

116
3, 843

120

3
357
3

Ill

86

262

65


22

587


30


Tuberculin te!
during mont


Berds Cattle
or lots tested


Total to da


Once-
tested
free
herds


4,8533
7, 834
?.886
4,496

2,350
3, 235i

2, 752
90
6,972

5, 599
21, 694
116.570

85,000


50, 09


6,0

29, 45
8,206

1,511

132, 09

46,30
5,85


27, 424
50.36
1,015
2, 276
2, 66


41, 88
239, 69
36,319
126,83

107

28,36
82, 788

110

32, 30

21,05

1,19

10, 21

2,80

10, 576

35,07 IiJ
27~, 598

99, 839

8, 288


Lte


Herds Inspector in charge
under
super-
vision


6, 9R. E.Jackson.....
7~, S95 F. L. Schneider...
4,72 H.L r.....
4,518 R. Snyder~.~.~....

2, 78W.E oe..
6,18 R. L. Smit~h~......

5, 036 G. Middleton.

9J. A. Kiernan.....
7,3J.O. Fish...~.....

5,643 A4. L. Hirleman...
32, 027 W. A9. Sulliv-an....
130, 7341 J. J. Lintner ~_ __ _
123, 6201 J. E. Oibson.~.~....

146, 728 J. A. Barger~.-.....

51, 313 N. L. Townsend..
64, 292 F. Biles.......

6, 436 G. T. Cole..~......

32, 907 G.R.Caldwepll...
1968E. B.Simonds....

2,963 E.A.Crossman-...

1391, 424 T. S. R Wh........

594 Wr. J. Fretz.......

63,34 Ralph Graham....

28, 0391 J. W. Mrurdoch~...
50,86 A. H. Francis.....
1. 2151 L. C.Bur terfeltd..
5, 33:3 E.A. .Crossman...
4,56 G. M~iddlet on .
32F. L. Schneider ...

101,011 H. B. Leonard~....
20, 3144 W. C. Dendinger .
45,6;4 H. H. Cohenour..
131,2241 A. J. De Fosset_...

37L. J. Allen.-..~.....

28,790 S. B.Foster.~.....
101, 957l J. B. Reidy~.......

26E. A. Crossman...

33, 5051 W. K. Lewis......
9, 343 J. O. W'ilson......
21, 5501 H. Mi. O'Rear._....

1,3$591 B. L. Darby.r.....

11, 547 E' E. M Iurray.....

10, 879 L. H. Adams......

13, 039; R. E. Brook bank .

3;,12 .C dn....
28, 01 H. M. Newton....

113, 651 J. S. Healy~~.......

9, 443 John T. Dallas....
.....L. E. Case_-.......

1, 959,76


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds


240
-II
18



1, 305

1, 592

8
414

40
60

32,480







3, 225
4,678

532



8, 611

960



10
2. 6;2



43, 120
339
4, 0646
617



413
4, 523


134



196



4,8;f.

2, 182


1,102

9,703
4

.......


Ala.....

Ark......
Calif.....

Colo.....
Conn....



D. C.....



Ida ho_...

Ind......

Iowa.....

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

La.......


M1d......

M~ass.....

M~ich.....

M~inn....
M~iss.....
M~o......

M~ont....
Nebr.....
Ne_.._...

N. H.....


N. Y.....

N. Dak..
Ohio...~..

Okla.....

Oreg.....
Pa~.......

R. I......

S. C~.._..
S. Dak;...
Tenn~.....

Tex......

Utah.....







Wis....

W yo.....
Hawail...


288
457


346

889

292




385


5, 605

5, 095

1, 356
1,3588

333

2, 149
1,219

172

6, 643

4, 90s
286
840

1, 050
2, 740
85
438
75-1
292

7,081
2,989
691
5,405

50

2, 061
6.502



1, 664
1,732
607

532

988

393

1, 884

1,218
1, 513

11,318

9 1
I *56


4,34


10,64



2, 86


4,65

2,49
9, 34
86, 96


84,4



4,09


13,707

3, 421

57, 075

85,06



15, 16
36,240

6, 05
5, 412
1, 62

;4,518
8,191
11,019
36,00

2,144


56, 277



31,347
2,06

3,09

6, 62

8,211

10, 37


6, 321



1, 080
954


26, 03 1, 659, 115


Total.( Q 511, 005, 386





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



Total serum Cm Blood cleared admim


October, 1927.................... 127, 501, 246 64, 253, 851 70, 925, 800 4, 155, 941 IB, 655, 224
October, 1926.................... 121, 137, 605 42, 858, 216 30, 486, 025 8, 947, 4411 28, 844, 025
10 months ended Oct., 1927.. 1, 229, 726,815 571, 920, 753 649, 043, 180 54, 545, 285 262, 336, 680
10 months ended Oct., 1926.. 623, 662, 820 226, 205, 164 223, 068, 166 49, 149, 261 138, 544, 623


LICENSES ISSUED IN OCTOBER, 1927, FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS

License No. 3 was issued October 24, 1927, to the H. K. Mulfo1-d Co., Glen
Olden, Pa., and Broad and Wallace Streets, Philadelphia, Pa., for antihemor-
rhagic-septicemnia serum (equine); antivenin; hemorrhag;ic-septicemia aggression
(bovine); hemorrhagic-septicemia aggression (equine); hemorrhagic-septicemia
bacterin.
License No. 158 was issued October 8, 1927, to the Globe Laboratories, near
Fostepoo Heights, Fort Worth, Tex., for roup bacterin.



PERMITTED DIPS FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP

"'Kilseab," a dry lime-and-sulphur dip, under the name of "Killmange,"
manufactured by the Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr., is permitted by the
department in t~he official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies. The dilutions
permitted in interstate movement are: For cattle, not less than 32 pounds of
the product to 100 gallons of water; for sheep, not less than 24 pounds to 100
gallons of water.
The following is a revised list of the proprietary dips permitted for use in the
official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies, in accordance with the provisions
of the regulations governing the interstate movement of livestock.

LIQUID LIME AND SULPHUR

Gallons of water
Name of dip ol us
Cattle Sheep


The Adams Lime and Sulpbur Dip.~_~_~.~___------..................... 1 15 2045
The Anchor Brand Lime and Sulpbur Dip_.-~.~.._-~.~-~~............... 1 13 17jd
Armstrong's Lime and Sulpbur Dip_..................................... 1 12%~ 17
Avalon Farms Lime-Sulpbur Dip_~.~~._.~.__~.~.-.~-.~................. I 15 20kl
Curts-Folse Lime and Sulphur Solution~.--.-....~~.-. ........~.......... 1 15 20j%
Cooper's Lime-and-Sulpbur Dip....................................... 1 15 20%i
Devoe Lime and Sulphur Solution...._-~.-~.~~~~.-................... 1 14 20
Dow Lime-Sulpbur Solution.~~~-~~~ ._-._~......................... 1 14% 2
" Flag Brand Lime Sulpbur Solution.~._.-. ~.-~~................-....... 1 1520
Grasselli Lime-Sulpbur Solution.._- _~_._-~._..~_.._.................. I 15 20M
Lariat Cattle Dip..--~~~_____._.~.~._........................... 1 15 20%
Latimer's Lime-Sulphur Solution..................... ~..........~....... 1 14%~ 20
Lilly's Lime and Sulpbur Solution~-..~................... I 13% B
lilans~~~~~~ Li eS l b rS lto ........................I 0
Mission Brand Lime-Sulphur...-..._......~~.-.~-................ 1 1520
National Lime and Sulpbur Dip...__~___. .........~~.__._................ I 5 7
Niagara Lime and Sulpbur Solution.~..~.. ..~..~...~-~.................... 1 14 19
Orchard Brand Lime and Sulpbur Solution...~..~_._~~.--~............... 1 15 20fL
Orthro Sprays Lime-Bulpbur Solution..~~_-~ ._~.~. ~ ~~~.-._............. 14% 2
Re L m a d uph r outon .. ... .. ... .... .... ......1 15 2
Richard's Lime and Sulphur Dip.~... .__ ____.-.-.... ..._....... ... I OM 13~
Sherwin-Williams Lime-Sulphur Solution_. .~~_~--.............~.......... I 13 1
Sherwin-Williams No. 15 Cattle Dip __ __ ~_ ~_ _____..... _............. 1 15 20%
Bh r- h t a tl ip .. .. .. .. .. .. __ .. .. .. .. 15 20jS
8. J. Brand Lime Sulphur Solution.................. __ _~- -- .... 15 2
Springdale Brand Lime-Sulphur Solution~.~----.-....._.................. 1 152
Union Lime and Sulpbur Solution-.......--~.. -~-.... ~............... I 14% 1
Upon Honor Lime-Sulphur Wash.~,,---~-............................. I 12rj 17
Yakima Lime-Sulfur Dip~_ __ _____.._....._.......................... 1 14 10


[November,


BUBEAU' OF .AN~PIMAL INDUSTRY















Pounds of dip

Name of dip oI waoe
Cattle Sheep


Devoe Dry Lime and Sulphur--........-~~-....... -.. ............... 100 32 24
Dow Dry Lime Sulpbur_~.-.-..........-....~.-...........-..~~~~.......... 100 32 24
Green Cross Scab Dip._, ___ __-____............................... 100 32 24
Killmange---. .............-~~~...... ........~..~~...,.............._...... 100 32 24
~K ilseab_--_.. ~ _... .... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. ....-..~.......... .~..... .. 100 32 24
S cabet ....--.....~~~--... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. 100 32 24
Boabi Dip..-.......-.. ........................-.-,- .~-.~~~~~ ~~.......... 100 32 24


NICOTINE


Gallons ofl water


Cattle Sheep



960 960
950 950
945 945
960 960
832 832



100l 100


Black LeafTobacco Extract._~~~~~-~.~.-~~.~-~... ..... ........ .... .
Black Leaf10~..~....~............-~..................................... .~~
Dosch Nicotine Sulphate.~ -.~................~..~~~~.~.....................
Hall'a Nicatine Sulphate. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ..
Nicotinum, A NCo., Brand .............. ~-~....~............~.~..~........
N. P. C. Nicotine Sulphate.~.~~~...........................~.~.......... ~.
8kaboura. ~.~...............~..~. ... .. ......... .... .... .. ..



bip tobacco.....~ ~~................ .. ... .. ..... .......


STATEMENT OF RESULTS OF TICK ERADICATION, JULY 1, 1906, TO
DECEMBER 1, 1927


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


DRY LIME AND SULPHUR


Name of dip


Countie qduaran- ; Counties
released
to

61ly, Dle9. 7, Dl.7,


67 4 63
75 22 53
15 0 15
67 49 18
158 0 158
2 0 2
64 43 21
82 23 59
4 0 4
73 0 73
61 4 57
46 0 46
198 80 118
31 01 31
42 0 42

985 225 760


Released counties tick free on Nov. 1-


States


1924 1925 1926


41 49 49
34 31 41
15 15 15

138 149 151 a
2 2 2
41 4 11
54 47 47
41 4 4
53 65 3
49 52 ib
36 40 40
56 69 72
(1) ,25 27
42 4 2 1_42

529 .6801 641


192;


57
44
15
14!
153
2
4
46
4
71
541
44
77
26
42

653


1922 1923


15 26
16 21
15 15
3 3
101 119
2 2
3 3
37 47
4 4
40 46
35 47
20 35
44 49
(I) (1)
41 41

385 458


Alabama..............
Arkansas~........ ......
California..__.-........
Florida..~...~~.........
Georgia_................
Kentucky.............
Louisiana.~.._.~_-......
Mississippi.. ..........

North Carolina........
Oklahoma...~ .........
South Carolina~. .....
Texas..................
Virginia._..._.~._......
Tennessee~.............

Total............


I Inactive Nov. 1, 1922, to Nov. 1, 1924.
Areas released from Federal quarantine Dec. 1, 1927: Alabama, 1 county; Arkansas, 5 counties, remain-
der of counties, and parts of 2 counties; Florida, 2 counties, and remainder of 3 count ies; South Carolina
1 county and remainder of 1 country; Texas, 8 counties and part of I county; V'irginia, I county.
Area requarantined Dec. I, 1927: Louisiana, 1 parish.








98 BURnn~ EAt T Ol? ANIAL INDUGBiRY [Novembrt,;

PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKLYARDS ACT

Docket No. 200. In re Edward L. Callahan, market agency, Pittsburgh
Union Stockyards, Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued September 14,
1927, alleging failure to comply with bonding regulation. On November 18,
1927, a cease and desist order was issued and respondent suspended from regis-
tration as a market agency until such time as he procures a good and suffcient
bond to cover his obligations on that market.
Docket No. 201. In re F. A. Klein, dealer, Pittsburgh Union Stockyards,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued September 14, 1927, alleging failure
to comply with bonding regullation. On November 11, 1927, a cease and desist
order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 202. In re W. A. Lauer &E Co., dealer, Pittsburgh Union Stock-
yards, Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued September 14, 1927, alleging
failure to comply with bonding regulation. On November 15, 1927, a cease and
desist order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 203. In re S. Simon, dealer, Pittsburgh Union Stockyards,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued September 14, 1927, alleging failure
to comply with bonding regulation. On November 11, 1927, a cease and desist
order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 204. In re T. J. Reneker, dealer, Pittsburgh Union Stockyards,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued September 14, 1927, alleging failure
to comply with bonding regulation. On November 15, 1927, a cease and desist
order was issued and respondent suspended from registration as a dealer until
such time as he procures a good and sufficient bond to cover his obligations on
that market.
Docket No. 205. In re Union Livest~ock Co., market agency and dealer,
Pit~tsburgh Union Stockyards, Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued Sep-
tember 14, 1927, alleging failurre to comply with bonding regulation. On Novem-
ber 15, 1927, a cease and desist order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 206. In re Seigfreid Jacob, dealer, Pittsburgh Union Stockiyards,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued September 14, 1927, alleging failure to
comply with bonding regulation. On November 15, 1927, a cease and desist
order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 200. In re Samuel Phillippy, dealer, Union Stockyardsi, Lan-
caster, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued September 21, 1927, alleging failure to
comply with bonding regulation. On November 29, 1927, a cease and desist
order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 211. In re J. S. Pyle, dealer, Union Stockyards, Lancaster, Pa.
Notice of inquiry issued September 21, 1927, alleging failure to comply with
bonding regulation. On November 22, 1927, a cease and desist order was
issued against respondent.
Docket No. 212. In re Andrew S. Reed, dealer, Union Stockyards, Lancaster,
Pa. Notice ouf inquiry issued September 21, 1927, alleging failure to comply
with bonding regulation. On November 29, 1927, a cease and desist order was
issued against respondent.
Docket No. 213. In re Henry N. Givler, dealer, Union Stockyards, Lancaster,
Pa. Notice of inquiry issued ;September 21, 1927, alleging failure to comply
with bonding regulation. On November 29, 1927, a cease and desist order was
issued against respondent.
Docket No. 214. In re F. S. WVorst, dealer, Union Stockyards, Lancaster, Pa.
Notice of inquiry issued September 21, 1927, alleging failure to comply with
bonding regulation. On November 29, 1927, a cease and desist order was Issued
and respondent suspended from registration as a dealer until such time as he
procures a good and sufficient bond to cover his obligations on that market.
Docket No. 2'20. In re Stauffer Sales Co., dealer, Union Stockyards, Lan-
caster, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued October 3, 1927, alleging failure to comply
with bonding regulation. On November 29, 1927, a cease and desist order was
issued against respondent.
Docket No. 224. In re R. M. Hawley, dealer, Bourbon Stockyards, Louis-
ville, Ky. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging failure to comply
with bonding regulation. On November 18, 1927, a cease and desist order was
issued and respondent suspended from registration as a dealer until such time as
he procures a good and sufficient bond to cover his obligations on that market.
Docket No. 225. In re E. N. Oyler & Son, dealer, Bourbon Stockyards,
Louisville, Ky. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging failure to








1927]l BERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 97

.comply with bonding regulation. On November 18, 1927, a cease and desist
order was isse~d and respondent suspended from registration as a dealer until
such time as he procures a good and sufficient bond to cover his obligations on
that market.
Docket No. 226. In re S. G. Oyler, -dealer, Bourbon Stockyards, Louisville,
Ky. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging failure to comply with
bonding regulation. This catse was dismissed on November 8, 1927.
Docket No. 227. In re Robt. B. Durham, dealer, Bourbon Stockyardls,
Louisville, Ky. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging failure to
comply with bonding regulation. On November 18, 1927, a cease and desist
order was issued and respondent suspended from registration as a dealer until
such time as he procures a good and sufficient bond to cover his obligations on
that market.
Docket No. 220. In re C. Alex Montgomery, dealer, Bourbon Stocky~ards,
Louisville, K~y. Notice of inquiry issued Octolber 8, 1927, alleging failure to
comply with bonding regulation. On November 18, 1927, a cease and desist
order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 230. In re John T. Bowles, market agency and dealer, Bourbon
Stockyards, Louisville, Ky. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging
failure to comply with bonding regulation. On November 29, 1927, a cease and
desist order was issued and respondent suspended from registration as a market
agency and dealer until such time as he executes and maintains a reasonable
bond to cover his obligations on that market.
Docket No. 23'3. In re Gran Spurgin, dealer, Bourbon Stockyards, Louisville,
Ky. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging failure to comply with
bonding regulation. On November 18, 1927, a cease and desist order was issued
and respondent suspended from registration as a dealer until such time as he
executes and maintains a reasonable bond to cover his obligations on that market.
Docket No. 234. In re M~erlin Warren, dealer, Bourbon Stockyards, Louisville,
Ky. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging failure to comply with
bonding regulation. On November 30, 1927, a cease and desist order was issued
and respondent suspended until such time as he executes and maintains a reasona-
ble bond to cover his obligations on that market.
Docket No. 235. In re Brooks Commission Co., market agency, Union Stock-
yards, Nashville, Tenn. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging failure
to comply with bonding regulation. On November 22, 1927, a cease and desist
order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 236. In re G. L. Wratkins, market agency and dealer, Union
Stockyards, Nashville, Tenn. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleg-
ing failure to comply with bonding regulation. On Novlember 18, 1927, a cease
and desist order was issued against respondent.
Docket N. 237. In re Watkins, Carrithers & Co., market agency, Union
Stockyards, Nashville, Tenn. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging
failure to comply w~it~h bonding regulation. On November 18, 1927, a cease
and desist order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 238. In re Charles C. Donnell, dealer, Union Stockyards, Nash-
ville, Tenn. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging failure to comply
with bonding regulation. On November 18, 1927, a cease and desist order was
issued and respondent suspended from registration as a dealer until such time as
he procures a good and sufficient bond to cover his obligations on that market.
Docket No. 2:39. In re W. H. Grissim, jr., market agency and dealer, Union
Stockyards, Nashlville, Tenn. Notice of inquiry issued October 8, 1927, alleging
failure to comply~ with bonding regulation. On November 18, 1927, a cease and
desist order was issued and respondent suspended from registration as a market
agency and dealer until such time as he procures a good and sufficient bond to
cover his obligations on that market.
Docket No. 240. In re Lou Cohn, market agency and dealer, St. Louis National
Stockyards, National Stockyards, Ill. Notice of inquiry issued October 10,
1927, alleging failure to comply with bonding regulation. On November 8 this
proceeding was dismissed.
Docket No. 242. In re Kuhner & Mitchell, market agency and dealer, Farmers
National Stockyards, Mhuncie, Ind. Notice of inquiry issued October 10, 1927,
alleging failure to comply with bonding regulation. On November 8, 1927, a
cease and desist order was issued against respondent.
Docket No. 243. In re Metealf Commission Co., market agency, Bourbon
stockyards, Louievile, Ky. Notice of inquiry issued Oct~ober 11, 1927, alleging








98 BUREAU OF ANIMAlL INDUS~TRYI [November,

,failure to comply with bonding regulation. On November 29, 1927, a cease and
desist order was issued and respondent suspended from registration as a market
agency until he executes and maintains a reasonable bond to secure his obliga-
tions on that market.
Docket No. 244. In re Henry Knight & Son (Inc.), market agency and dealer,
Bourbon Stockyards, Louisville, Ky. Notice of inquiry issued October 11, 1927,
alleging failure to comply with the bonding regulation. On November 29, 1927,
.a cease and desist order was issued against respondent.


NOTICE REGARDING TRAVEL VOUCHERS

Hereafter when an employee is away from his official station at the beginning
.of the month it will be absolutely necessary to indicate the date on which he
arrived at that point. The mere statement Away from official station close of
_...... .---," or Was at ............ close of ............," or any such
(Month.) (Place.) (Month.)
vague statement is not acceptable.
If an employee remains at one point away from his official station during an
entire month, in addition to the information required above, he shall indicate the
probable additional time he will remain at that point.
Much difficulty is experienced on account of incorrect entry of various items
in the "Subsistence" and "Other" columns on Forins 1012, 1012a, 1012b, and
:1012c. Every item enumerated in paragraph 44 of the Government Travel
:Regulations is subsistence expense and must be entered in the "Subsistence"
;column. All other items are to be entered in the "Other" column.
Beginning with receipt of this notice, all travel vouchers not showing this
information or vouchers containing items incorrectly entered will be returned for
co rrection.
It is noted that some inspectors in charge regularly approve accounts in which
are items that they know are not proper charges, or do not comply with the
regulations, such as meals between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m., or items in excess of $1
not supported by subvouchers, etc. When suspensions of this kind, or other
made in the Washington office, pass the inspector in charge, concerning any
employee's account, he should notify all employees on his force concerning the
requirement so that repetitions may not follow.
Form 1012 should be approved in the space "Immediate supervising official,"
set off with heavy, black lines on the left margin of the face of the voucher.
Payee should not sign at the extreme bottom of Form 1012 in the space
"Signature of payee." This is for signature only when payment is made in cash.



RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-
-latory laws, as reported to the bureaus, as follows:
Twenty-eight-H~our law
New Y'ork, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Seaboard Air Line Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Southern Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Wabash Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Livestock Quarantine Law
C. W. Ellis, jr., Cortland, N. Y., interstate shipment of a calf without tuberculin
test $20 fine. Also fined $20 for shipping two calves under same circumstances.
11OTrE.--The RitentiOD Of the United States district attorneyI has been directed
to the fact that the minimum fine provided by the act violated is $100, and he has
been requested to bring the matter to the attention of the court withb a view of
obtaining fines more in accordance with that law.








1927] SERVICE ANiJ 'REGIT~LA'iY A~NNOUNOEM6ENTS 99

Meat-Inspection Law

Thel following-named persons have been fined the amounts indicated for
offering unsound meat for interstate shipment:
William Clark, Bloomville, N. Y., 540; Louis and Nathan Grodsky, Hancock,
N. Y., 910; Leo F. Rinman, Deansboro, N. Y., 550; Harry F. Jarrett, Hamilton,
N. Y., $20; Clarence H. Kelsey, Gulf Summit, N. Y., 520; Grover Hinman,
Solevile, N. Y., $50; Byron MlcDonald, Jordanvule, N. Y., $20; John A. Mlibalko,
Hobart, N. Y.. $20; Lenn J. 1Vosher, 3St. Johnsymile, N. Y., $21; Joseph O'Hatra,
Balcottaville, N. Y., $20; Archie Peck, M'ilford, N. Y'., $20; Laverne C. Peck,
Bainbridge, N. Y'., 520; Orley A. Peck, Unadilla, N. Y., 920; Wiliam Pomellat,
Canajobarie, N. Y., 820; Herbert 8. Thurber, Richmondvile, N. Y., 820; Amos
B. Ward, Oneonta, N. Y., $20; Frank E. Webb, West Eaton, N. Y'., $20; J. L.
Hill Packing Co., Sherburne, N. Y., $50.
Smith-Richardson & Conroy, Jacksonville, Fla., offering uninspected meat for
interstate shipment, $;100 fine.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU

[ The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to
officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.
So far as possible additional copies w~ill be furnished on request.]
Technical Bulletin No. 30. Fattening Steers on Dry-Land Crops of the
Southwest. By WC. H. Black, Animal Husbandry Division, and two officials of
the New Mlexico College of Agriculture and Mlechanic Arts. Pp. 15, figs. 3.
Farmers' Bulletin 1017 reviseded. Cattle Scab. By M~arion Imes, Zoological
Division. Pp. 30, figs. 15.
Farmers' Bulletmn 1337 (revised). Diseases of Poultry. By John S. Buckley
and Hubert Bunyea, Pathological Division, and F. C. Bishopp, Bureau of
Entomology~. Pp. 30, figs. 15.
Farmers' Bulletin 15411 (superseding Farmers' Bulletin 1067). Feeding
Chickens. By Al. A\. Jull and A. R. Lee, A\nimal Husbandry Division. Pp. 24,
figs. 9.
A Subcutaneous Tumor in a Primate Caused by Tapeworm Larvae Experi-
mentally Reared to MCaturity in Dogs. By Benjamin Schwartz, Zoological
Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 35, No. 5, Sept. 1, 1927.
Key No. A-ll9. Pp. 4171 to 480, figs. 7.
The Toxic Constituent of Richw~eed or W'hite Snakeroot (Eupatoriumn urticae-
folium). By James Fitt~on Couch, Pathological Division. In Journal of Agri-
cultural Research, vol. 35, No. 6, Sept. 15, 1927. Key No. A-120. Pp. 547 to
576, fig. 1.
Miscellaneous Publication No. 2. The Story of the Cattle-Fevrer Tick (revised).
Pp. 19, figs. 27.
Amendment 31 to B. A. I. Order 294, placing the follow'ing-named counties
in the modified accredited areas for a period of three years from November 1,
1927: Craw~ford, Ind,; Daviess, K'y.; Cass, Gladwin, Kewfeenawv, and Wexford,
M~ich.; Dodge, M~ind.; Lowndes, M~iss.; Avery, N. C.; Carroll and Hamilton,
Ohio; Columbia and Potter, Pa.; ALmelia, V'a.; W'ahkiakum, Wash.; M~ercer and
Wetzel, Wl. Va.; and Chippewa, Clark, Dunn, Jackson, La Crosse, Lincoln,
Marathon, Mlonroe, Portage, Rusk, Taylor, V'ilas, and Washburn, Wis. The
following-named counties have been re'accredited for a period of three years
from the same date: Leavenworth, Kans.; Franklin, Lenoir, MIcDow~ell, and
Wilson, N. C.; Foster, N. Dak.; and Winnebago, Iowa. The following-named
counties, which have not qualified for reaccreditation, whose three-year limit
expired June 20, 1927, are removed from the list of modified accredited areas:
Browfard, Dade, and MIonroe, Fla., P. 1 (mimeographed).
B. A. I. Order 307, to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever
iln cattle. Supersedes B. A. I. 300, effective December 1, 1927. Pp. 3.




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ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF` ANIMAL IN~UglSTRY
Jofns R. M.ontan. go :;
nistrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CaAROLL. l,?*';`:iili
Clerk: J. R. COHRANv.
:D. 8. BUnce.
al Husbandry. Division: E. W. BHEneT, Chief.
~mic Division: M. DORsET, Chief.
o~n of Hog-Cholerca Control: U. G. HOUrcK, chief.
on of Virue-Serum, Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.
Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER (ie. P TDr6, Obief.
rs and Stockyards Admninistration: Joan T". CAINE, C ief. ~l
ogical DivIision: Joan S. BUcKLEY, C~hief.
~radicalion Division: R. A. RAuaSaYI chief.
culosis Eradication D~ivision: J. A. KI(ERNAN, Chief.
ical Division: MAURICE C. HALL, c..hie~f.
mnent Station: E. C. SCHROEDER, superintendent.
of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
of Personnel: GEORGE Hf. RUBSELL, in charge.


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