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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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Also available in electronic format
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Also issued online.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
No. 81 (1914)-

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Changes in directory....
Notices regaining meat i
Samples ofmoldy ole
Markings for animal
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1922


States Departme~

BUREAU OF ANIMAL 1



~ND REGULATORY


.TUNE, 1922.


ssued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,
the Bureau of Animanl Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the
establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public ofieers
lesirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.
may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
:., at 5 cents each, or 50 cents a year. A supply wpill be sent to each 6ficial in charge
fI the bureau service, who shouldl promptly distribute copies to members of his
kept at each station for reference.)


CONTENTS.


inspection ...........
eastearine requested..
l easings and organo-
ances not to be sub-
al....................
under Federanl meat


Page.
69
71
71


71

71

72


73


75


Page.
Licenses and permits for veterinary biological
products ............. --- --- ........... 76
Quantities of antihog-cholers serum and
hog-cholera virus produced during May,
1922...................................... 7
Distributionolblackleg raccine discontinued. 716
Bureau certifiartes to accompany livestock to
Canada. ................. .................. 76
Shipping household goods. .................. 77
Laundry sub vouchers should show period
covered. ................... ................ 77
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws. 78
Organization of the Bureau of Animal In-
dustry.......... ............. ........... 78


inspection, May, 1922. ................... ..
Imports of food animals and of ment~s and
meet food prarluets. ......... ..
Pa~ithign 6fcials anthaic to sg np io
certificates for meat and products for un-
portation into the U~nited States..........
Bummary of tuberculosis-eradication work in
cooperation with the various States, May,
1922......................................


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY.

Meat Inspection Inangurated.


; 3-Z~r
19--D
*73
"217
S551.
858

*949
982
1017


Swift & Co., Houston Heights, Bousrton, Tex.
The Oudahy Packing Co.,. 17 N Street N W., Fall River,
Howard Pancero, 2011 Broad Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ljincoln Meat Co., 3806 South Halated Street, Chicago, II
The Procter & Gamble Co., H~azel Street, 3(acon, Ga. C. C
Loschke &r Zercher Meat and Sausage Co., Forty-third g~et gld 8
,Line,Rosledale, Kans. B c-
Hamilton Chemical Co., R. 2, Nobleaville, Ind. m
Buckr & Co. (Inc.), Lebanon, Pa. I .-
National Kosher Wurst Co., 180 Spruce Street, Chelsea,M


M~- W---- ~-.


.


eat laspection withdrawn

19--Q The Cudahy Packing Co., New York, N. Y.










Mleat Inspecuaon I~Lendea. '

*205 Allied Packere (Inc.) and Parker-Webb Co., Charles WolfE ~Packing Co.,' '
S.Topeles, Kans.', to include the Elinck ,Hacking CO.:
+235 Allied Packers (Inc.) and Parker-Webb Co., Western Parcking~ & Provision
Co., Chicago, Ill., to include the Klinch Packing Co.
"250 Allied Packers (Inc.) and Parker-Webb Co., Detroit, Mich.,; to include the
Klinck Packing Co.
*337 'All:fied :Packer (Inc.) and Par;keEWebb: Co.,: F. Beh~nck, .& Bona is.p2%oj
include the Klinck Packing Co.

Changes in Names and AddJeresses of OIlcial Establishments.

*265 United Serum Co., Twentyr-fist Street and Wabash Avenue, Wichita, Kans.,
instead of The Wichita &r Oklahoma Berum Co., Trwenty-firt and Wabseh
Streets.
*719 John F. Stegner, 3100 Colerarin Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, instead of Jacob
Glaser, 3098-3100 Colerain Avenue.

Stations Added.

Houlton, Me., meat inspection (formerly ar substation of Calain, Me.).
Nobleaville, Ind., meat inspection (substation of Indianapolis, Ind.).

Station Discontinued.

Calais, Me., meat inspection.
Add to Address List.

W. A. Donegan, meat inspection, P. O. box 453 (offce at Acme Paching Co.), Green
Bay, Wis.
Dr. Roy E. Jackson, tick eradication, 44 P. O. Building, Birmingham, Ala.
Dr. Edwin P. Benderson, meat inspection, care Boulton Dressed Meat Co., Houlton,
Me.
Remove from Address List.

Dr. W. O. McHugh, Green Bay, Wis.

Changes in Addresses of Ol6dals in Charge.

Dr. W. F. Biles, 605--606 McClure Building, Main and St. Clair Streets, Frankfort, Ky.,
instead of Capitol Building.
Dr. A. F. Martin, 1094 Broad Street, Newark, N. J., instead of 421 Essex Building.
Dr. G. E. Totten, 1204 East End Trust Building, Highland and Penn Avenues,
Pitteburgh, Pa., instead of 410 Fuilton Building.

Notes.

Dr. J. C. E xline, Olympia, Wash., is in charge of hog-cholera control as well as
tuberculosis eradication.
Dr. G. W. Neff, Charleston, W. Va., is in charge of hog-cholers control as well as
tuberculosis eradication.
Correction.

Dr. Wm. Thompson's address in Service andJlRegulatory Announcements for Sep-
tember, 1921, should be P. O. box 325 (offce, 211 Federal Building), San Antonio,
Tex., instead of (Office, 336 Federal Building).

*Conducts slaughtering.



















































Chicago..........~................... ........
Fort Worth. ................... ............
Kansas City .................. .............
National Btock Yards. ................... ..
Omaha ................... ................. i
St. Louis.....~.............................
Bioux City. ................... .............
South St.J Joseph ................... .......
South St. Paul. ................... .........
All other establishments. ..................
Total: May, 1922.....................
May, 1921.....................
11 months ended May, 1922.. .
11 months ended May, 1921...


1922.]


SERVICE AND REGULATORYJ ANNOUNCEMENTS.


Station.


Cattle. Calves. Sheep. Goais. SwFine.

176, 691 67, 319 208, 739 1558, 739
14,315 7,589 5,169 ....... 38,342
75, 496 18, 171 97, .561 43 311, 019
20,333; 12, 627 25, 189 ......... 119 645
8.332 3, 136 108, 575 10 205, 915
15, 997 4, 520 5, 664 ......... 152 173
26, 766 800 5, 630 ... ... 109, 652
24, 502 4, 197 49 346... ... 151 574
19, 529 37 907 6, 657 .....182, 410
241 24 P5, 074 356, 539 1, 886, 701
702, 203 4079k1, 3410 872, 069 498 3, 716, 170
569, 979 3698I 984, 903 843 3, 274, 114
7, 147;, 039 3, 53.5,336 10, 940, 299Y 13, 654 35, 370, 135
7, 539, 386 3, 526, 511 11, 336, 366 19, 667 34, 084, 714


Horses slaughtered at aUl establishments, Mlay, 1922, 56.
Inspections of Lard at all establishments 149,081,923 pounds; compound and other substitutes 25,360,278
pu~nds. C~rresponding inspections for May, 1921: Lard, 139S,777,320 pounds; compound and other sub-
stitutes,rj31,499,216 poun is. (These totals do not represent actual product ion,'as t he same lard or com poun d
may have been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION.

SAMPLES OF MOLDY OLEOSTEARINE REQUESTED.

Inspectors in charge of meat inspection are requested to forward to the Washington
meat-inspection laboratory samples of oleostearine observed to show infestation with
mold. Such samples should consist of approximately 1 pound each shipped in the
usual tin sample containers accompanied by properly executed M. I. forms 161 show-
ing the approximate age of the stearine and conditions under which it has been kept,
if this information is obtainable.

MARK~INGS FOR ANIIMAL CASINGS AND ORGANOTHERAPEUTIC SUBSTANCES NOT TO BE
SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL.

The regulations which require the approval of stencils, labels, and other markings
applied to or accompanying meat or meat food products are not applicable to casings
or to organotherapeutic substances and analogous products removed from the category
of meat food products in paragraph 21, section 1, Regulation'1,lB. A. I. Order 211, and
accordingly such markings should not be submitted for approval Howevrer, since
markingos have been prescribed for such products and organs as inedible fats, inedible
tripe, hog stomachs, and calf rennets, such markings should be submitted for approval
in order that it may be determined whether or not they conform to the requirements
imposed.
If inspectors in charge are in doubt concerning the scope of this ruling, full detailed
concerning any product which may be questioned should accompany further inquiry
directed to the Washington office.



ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, MAY, 1922.























Country of export. Cattle. Swine. Sheep. Goats.

Mexico ........._.............................. .........__ 8,848 1.......... 1,807 3
Canada.................... ................... ........~......... 3, 161 70 173 .....
Total:
May, 1922. ................... ................... ..... 12,000 70 I 980 3
May, 1921.................... .............. ...,....... 15 113 2784 2348
11mon'~ths~en~i.~ dedMy 92.............. 1143 ,1 9
11 months ended May, 1921. ............ 029sa 975 154, 243 8,352


Imports of meat and meat food products.



1Frbanrsfye~d. Canned Other Total
Country of export. and cured. products. weight.
Beef, Other.

Poseds. Pounds. Pounds. Poueds. Pounds.
Argentina ................... .............. 20, 412 740 335 79, 124 110, 680 950, 500
Australia ................... ............... I............ 2 758 .... ... ............ 2, 758~
Canada ................... ................. 753, 942 1, 04 165...... 21501
New Zealand.. ................... .........( ............ L, I6 609 1............1. ............ 1, 176,600
Uru guay ................... ............... 393,84111 49, 228 583,049 )............ 1,026, 118
Other countries. ................... ........ I............ 1............ 5,565 36,736 42, 301
Total:
May, 1922..................... .. 1, 168,195 3, 387,424 669, 433 147, 425 5372, 477
May, 1921....................... 2, 261, 853 785: 400 60, 998 120,035 3237,355
11mnthendd~a,192.....15,063,924 16,273,773 4, 265, 676 870,4341 36473, 814
J11months ended May, 1921....3,0,9 1,1,9 ,9,2 ,8,2 5,2,4

Condemned in May, 1922: Beef, 926 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, 213 pounds; pork, 1,248 pounds; total, 1,461 pounds.


BIBUEAU OF ANIMALB~ INDUTRY. : a[3tib4~

IMPORTS OF FOOD i MElES ;AND;~ii~ I~ ~ OF MTSAD 'MEAT FYOOD!
PRODUCTS.

The statements fOllowing abowK the imports of food animals and of mpata and meatt
food products inepected by t~he Burean of Animal Industry during May, 1822,,with
figures for other periods for comparison.


Imports of food animals.














Country and name. I


Signature.


2.022.]


SERlVICE ANTD REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


-POREIGN OFRiIALS AUTHORIZED TO SIGN INSPECTION CERTIFICATES
FOR MEAT AND PRODUCTS FOR IMPORTATION INTO THE UNITED
STATES.
The following are additional names and facsimile signatures of foreign national
Government officials authorized to sign and issne certificates of inspection for meat
and meat food products offered for importation into the United States:


CA~NADA.


E. Sarliabury. ...................




Geo. Beauchemin..............


Robt. Barnes...................I



S. A. H~ill.......................


D. M. Robertson ...............


J. A. Leadbeater...............


FRANCE.

G.. Bastit............




G. Eyries .................... ...


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Country and name. BIgnature.

FRAN1CE--COntinne d.


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BTEBAT OF AWPIMAL INDUBTT~TRY.


*


G. Gueyne. ................. ...







M. Marty. ................... ...











Engene Le Moal. ...............








M. Pre. ......... ....


Ed. Seres. ................... ...












SUMMARY OF TUBEROULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH THE VARIOUS STATES, MAY, 1922.


D. W. MlcLaury.
Mat Keenan.
P. F. Bahnsen.
H. MI. Tucker.
R. C. Reed.
C. A. Cary, Au-
burn.
W. F. Crewe.
J. D. Adams.
L. H. Howard.
T. E. Robinson,
Providence.
A. L. Felher, Con-
cord.
J. H. Stewfart.
B. F. Davis.
F. A. Leird, Spring-
field.
Wo. K. LewRis.
B. H. Edgington.
Charles G. Lamb.
P. Malcolm.
L. G. Cloud.
W. H. Simmons.
T. E. Munce.
J. M. Whittlesey.
W. J. Butler.
R. C. Juhen.
B. Chadwick.
Hl. A. W'ilson.
TI. W. Norton, jr.
D. D. Tobias.
J. H. Bux.
C. P. Norgord.
E. S. Brigham.
G. R. WVhite.
E. P. Flower, B
ton Rouge.
J. A. Wintehurst.
L. C. Pelton. 6
A. E. Beaumont,
W. H~. Lytle, Sa-
lem.
Wm. Moore.
J. G. Ferneybough.
J. P. Irerson.
C.. E. Cotton.
W. A. Stephensen.
Edward Records,
Reno.
J. V. Kinapp.
J. H. Mercer.
J. HI. McNeil.
O. A. Newton,
Bridgeville.


Total... ........l 25, 2841 286, 2181 7, 889147, 110 15, 648 103, 206


1922.]


State.




N.Y..
N.Mex
Ga....
Me....
Md....
Ala. ..

N. Dak
Idaho .
Mass ..
R. I...

N. H..

W. Va.
Wyo..
Il.....

B. C...
Ohio. .
Colo. ..
Tows..
Tex...
Ky....
Pa....
Conn..
Mont..
Ind...
Miss...
Mo. ...
Mrich ..
Nebr. .
Ark...
Wis...
V't....
Tenn..
La....

Okla ..
Wash .
S.DOak
Oreg..
N. C...
Va....
Calif..
M~mn..
Utah..
Nev...

Fla....
Kans. .
N. J...
Del ...

D. C..


Truberculin tests.


Total
once-
tested
free
herds.



4,320
623
1, 650
5, 695
1,202
679

3, 548
4,947
67
151

405

1, 802
2, 202
693

869
1,359

3,066
41
4,710
1,003
437
9, 310
8, 838
351
17, 094


41


921
463

413
5, 065




41


1,510

2,974
378
858
1, 120
141


cred-
ited





21



316






74


1,18
58 I
13
60

202
3



1


62
186




1,198




192


Total
herds
under
super-
vision.



809
1, 841
7,674
2, 873
704

5, 214
5, 408
211
424

679

2, 289
2, 504
3,029

1, 684
2,5900
8 1
4,987
223
5,982
2,682
816
10, :131

661
18,082
15, 085

S7~
4, 927
4,301
4,359
532

1,145
5,491
586
9,017

17,088
2,373
626


1, 877

3,847
975


Inspector in
e arge.




H. B. Leonard..
F. L. Schneider .
A. L. Hirleman..
J. B. Reidy.....
T. A. Ladson...
C. J. Becker.....

B. H. Cohen our.
W. A. Sullvan..
E. A.Crossman.
.....do...........

.....do...........

George W. Neff .
John T. Dallas..
J. J. Lintner....

W. K. Lewis.....
Leo. E. Davis...
W~. E. Howe....
F. H. Thompson
B.GCrafke.......
W. F. Biles.....
P. E. Qjuinn....
R. L. Smith.....
R. Snyder.......
E. B. Haskin...
H. L. Fry.......
Ralph Giaham..
T. S. Rich......
C. H. Hays......
W. E. Doddd...
J. S. Heal ......
A. J. De aosset..
E. I. Smith.....
R. WV. Tuck.....

C. F.Barrington.
J. C. Exline.....
J. O. W'ilson....
S. B. Foster.....

Paul Vaughn....
R. E. Brook bank.
W. M. Macaellar.
WY. J. Fretz.....
F. E. Murray...
.....do...........

J. G. Fish.......
H. Mr. G~raefe....
W. G. Mliddleton
.....do...........


Station.




Albany.......
Albuquerque.
Atlanta. ......
Aug~usts. .....
Baltimore ....
Birmingham .

'Bismarck. ....
Baise. ........
Boston .......
Do. ......

Do.......

Charleston....
Cheyenne. ....
Chrcago.......
Columbia....
Columbus ....
Denver. ......
Des Moines...
Fort Worth...
Frankfort.....
Harrisburg ...
B8artford......
.Helens.......
Indianapolis. .
Jackson.......
Jellerson City.
Lansmg ...
Lincoln. ......
Little Rock...
Madison ......
Mon tpelier. ...
Nashville. ....
NewR Orleans.

Oklahoma. ...


Pagland. ....

Raleigh.......
Richmond. ...
Sacramento. ..
St. Paul......
Balt Lake City
Do.......
Tallahassee...
Topeks. ......
Trenton ......
Do.......

Washington ..


state offielal.t


Herds




2,118
144






1,160


117

142





86

804








3




636
20
114
804


Re-




1,60
14












3



248









130
13

248

329
278
107


Cattle
tested, I



20,165

3,097
5,361



10, 994
10,090



2,135





1, 420



17, 43



I, 83


3,768


2,593



3613
20 54
17,20


1587


340| J. A. Kiernan...


SaUnless otherwise shown, the address of State official is the same as that of the bureau official.


SERVICE AND R;EGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.







'l$


. a BUT~BICT ;OF-L~~i ANIMAL STDU1I~rDBa


Licenses for thre namanfacine of btretrin 'b~iogical brpi;xd~ have been feweue
during the month of June, 1922, as indicated below, under the act of Congrees of
March 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 832), and the regulations made t~hereander (B. A. I. Order
265 and amendments thereto.)

IAcanae Date. Name and address ofBrm. P Riducts.


6 June 1 Pitman-Moore Co., near Zioneville, Chicken-pox vaccine; shined ~booteras = (or
Ind. fowls).
10-B June 22 United Berum Co., 211 Central Ave- Antiho olera serum; hog~aholera virs.
nee, Kansas City, Kans.
83 IJune -0 E. R. Bquibb & Sons, Georges Road, Chiken-pox vancine.
New Brunswick, N. J.
107 June 27 Jensen-Balsbery Lsabratories (Inc.), Antinavel-al sernm(equine).
520 West Pennway, Kans8as City,
Mo., and southwest corner Forest
Avenue and Shawnee Road, near
Rosedale, Kans.
1(? June 28 Jensen-Salabery Laboratories (Inc.), Antihog-cholersa houm; heg-cholera virus.
southwest corner Shawnee Road
and Forest Avenue, near Rosedale,
Kans.
112 June 2 Fort Dodege SeumCo. (Inc.), 60(Y Abortion varccine (bovine).
Central Avenue, Fort Dodge, iowa.

Licesee Terminated.

United States veterinary license No. 18, ineued January 1, 1921, to the Stock Ylards
Sernm Co., was terminated on June 22, 1922, and United States veterinary license
No. 10-3 was issued on June 22, 1922, to the United Sernm Co. to cover operations in
the establishment formerly operated under United States veterinary license No. 18.
QUANTITIES OF ANTIHOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOILERA
VIRUS PRODUCED DURING MWAY, 1922.

Serum.
Month. m s- un
Ordinary. Clear. Total. vrs

C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
May, 12................... 69, 900, 294 7, 958, 543 77r,858, 837 4080,827 17, 832,853

DISTRIBUTION OF BLACKLIEG VACCINE DISCONTINUED.

The Agricultural appropriation act for the year beginning July 1, 1922, contained
an item which reads as follows: "Provided further, That no part of this sum shall be
used for the manufacture, preparation, or distribution of blackleg vaccine." Thue
the distribution of blackleg vaccine by the Bureau of Animal Industry, a practice
which has prevailed for many years, is discontinued.
Employees will please give publicity to this change and advise applicants that they
will be obliged to obtain vaccine from other sources.


BUREAU CERTIFICATES TO ACCOMPANY LIVESTOCK TO CANADA.

In Service and Regulatory Announcements for March, 1919, attention was directed
to difficulties arising in cases where abipments of livestock destined to Canada were
accompanied by certificates issued by bureau inspectors whose names had not been
listed with the Canadian Veterinary Director General. Recently livestockr have been
detained at border ports of entry in Canada for this Season, and as a result the Osnadian
Veterinary Director General, at request of the bureau, has consented to accept certifi-


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8@$41 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS, 71

cates of any veterinary inspector in the bureau, whether or not his name appeared upon
the list, provided the certificate is indorsed by an inspector whose name is listed with
Canadian inspectors at border ports of entry in Canada. Accordingly, when a certifi-
eate is issued in these cases by an inspector in the field, or at a station, who is not
positively known to have been included among those listed, the certificate should be
indozeed in the following manner by the inspector in charge:
I hereby certify that .............................., who has inaued and signed
this certificate, is a regularly employed v~eterinary inspector in the United States
BureanI of Animal Industry.
Signature, ................... ................... ...
T itle, .. .. .. .. .
Address, .. .. .. . .


SHIPPING HOUSEHOLD GOODS.

The law authorizing the department to transfer household goods and personal
effects of employees at Government expense contemplates that they may be so trans-
ferred only when the employee himself is transferred from one official station to another
for permanent duty. See paragraph 89 of the Fiscal Regulations, effective January 1,
1922. Applications for authority to transfer employees' household goods and for the
issue of Government bills of lading to cover shipments, therefore, should not be made
unless there is reasonable certainty that the employee's duties at the station to which
he has been transferred will be permanent or continue for an indefinite period.
In shipping household goods the employee or his inspector in charge, or persons
designated by either personally to supervise the shipment, will be expected to be
certain that the weights of packages and articles comprising the shipment, as indicated
on the bill of lading, are correct.. A closer examination than ever by accounting
offcials of the Government is given weights, rates, etc., in freight accounts. Here-
after, should it be found that overweights have been indicated on Government, bills
of lading and charged for in freight accounts, the employee or inspector in charge, or
person designated by the latter to supervise the shipment, will be held personally
responsible therefore. If employees lack facilities for weighing household goods in
their homes it should be understood that freight stations afford scales, and that chip-
ping ticket should not be turned over and bill of lading presented to the agent for his
signature until the employee or person designated by him to supervise the shipment
has seen the packages, articles, etc., weighed and the weights properly indicated on
shipping ticket and bill of lading. A conspicuous'example of careless billing occurred
lately when a piano was charged for as weighing nearly three times as much as the aver-
age weight of piano of the particular make in question.


LAUNDRY SUBVOUCHIERS SHOULD SHOW PERIOD COVERED.

Referring to the Secretary's memorandum No. 381, dated April 24, 1922, and pub-
lished in April, 1922, Service and Regulatory Announcements, providing for the
prorating of laundry charges and the distribution of the expense against the daily
subsistence allowance for each preceding day of the period covered by the laundry
bill, the attention of all employees rendering reimbursement accounts containing
laundry charges is especially invited to the necessity of indicating on the laundry
ticket or subvoucher the period covered by the charge.





78 BU ~P~b OF ANIlVIAL INVDUSTRY. [Jne 1

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OP' LAWPS.i:'

Penalties have been imposed in prosecutionsl for violations of regplatory. Iaws,
as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Livrestock Qanrantine Law.
Louisiana Western Railroad Co., failure to placard care "Southern cattle," $150' fine.
Morgan's Louisiana & Texas Railroad &~ Steamship Co. (12 cases), unloading South-
ern cattle into improper pens, $900 fines.
Receivers of Texas & Pacific Railway Co., failure to mark waybill "Souther cat;-
tie, $100 fine.
L. O. Ruyl, Rockford, Nebr., interstate shipment of a tuberculous cow without a
certificate, $100 fine.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (3 cases), failure to mark waybill "Southern
cattle, $300 fines.
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co. (2 cases), failure to mark waybill and placard
car "Southern cattle," $200 fines.
Twenty-Eight-Hour Law.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., $100 fine.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., $100 fine.
Philadelphia & Reading Railway Co., $100 fine.
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 fines.
Virus-Sernm-Toxin Law.
Willard Risner and Frank Sellers, Mammoth Spring, Ark., transporting unlicensed
antihog-cholera serum the from State of Missouri into the State of Arkansas, fine
imposed.

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.

Chief: JoHN R. MIToLER.
Administrative Assistant:' CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN.
Editor: D. S. BUncH.
Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETs, Rcting chief .
Biochemic Division: M. DonsET, chief.
Dairy Division: C. W. LARsON, chief.
DivYiSion of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Division of V'irus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDHORE, chief.
Field Inspection Division.: A. W. MILLER, 011161.
Afeat Inspection Divrision: R. P. STEDDOMr, Chief.
Pathological Divlision: Joan S. BUCKILEY, chief.
Tick Eradicatrona Divisi~on: R. A. RAMrSAY, Chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Divislon: J. A. KIERNAN, 01110#.
Zoological Div~ision: B. H. Ransom, chief.
Excperient Station: E. C. SCHROEDER, superintendent.
Oflice of Accounts: A. C. DAVIs, in charge.
Office of Personnel: GEORGE H, RUSSELL, in charge.

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