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8. R. .-B.
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.SERV


L. I. 232


This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, ruling, etc., con-
Bersing the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the service
of the bureau, establishments at which t~he Federal meat inspection is conducted, public offcers 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 Of~ee,
Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official m charge of a
station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force. A
file should be kept at each station for reference.


CONTENTS

Changes in directory....... .~...................-. -...~~..........-..~................._...........
Animals slaughtered under Federal inspection, December, 1926.....~.~....... .........._.._. ......
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, December, 1926..........
Cases of condemnation of carcasses, November, 1926 ......................
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products..............................~ ._......
Summary pf tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, December, 1926.............
Blick leave on affidavit......... .......~.....................................~......... ...... ..
Permitted disinfectants.~~..~~.-.~~..~~................................ ..~.~~~.~~.. ...................
Permitted dips frw cattle for ticks.~.........~..........................~............~.~~._~._.~.........
Tears-fever quarantine--plaees to which southern cattle may be shipped for im mediate slaughter. ...
Pertaitted dip for scabies of cattle and sheep...... ..._......_....... .~.~.~.~._..........~.~_~.........
Licnsis~s for veterinary biological products..~.......................... ...~.~~...............~........
Anti-bog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under veterinary licenses in 1926..~..~......
Results of proseensions for violations of law_.-~_.......__~~_........................~..................
New publications ofthe bureau.........._.. .._....... ........._..............._................


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CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inspection Granted

310. Anthony Batek, 2029 Grenshaw St~reet, Chicago, Ill.
817-A. Forest Home Farmn, Pulrcellville, Va.

Meat Inspection Withdrawn

S20--D. Wilson & Co., Miemphis, Tennl.
i20--J. Wilson &z Co., Wa~shingtonl, D. C.
*"150. Armour &r Co., New York, N". Y'.
*641. Carondelet Packing Co., St. Louis, Mlo.
,, 807. C. F. Sabine Miarket, Zion City, Ill.
802. Zion ]Institutions and Industries, Zion Cit~y, Ill.
*; 970. Ha.verhill Abat~toir Co., Haverhill, M~ass.

Meat Inspection Ez tended

78. r~miour & Co., Jersey City, N. J., to include Joseph Stern & Sons.
: Change in Name of Ollicial Establishment

*249. Swift. & Co., Corkran, Hill & Co. (Inc.), Union Stock Yanrds, Baltimnore
Iid., instead of Corkran, Hill & Co. (Inc.).
32 i~9. Kent Brothers Corporation, Boston, M~ass., instes.d of K~ent Brothers.
i'607. Ga.briel D. Paiva, Cambridge, Malss., instead of Piavat & Silva.
ii4' 836. The Fowler & Straub Packin ad Meyer Avenule,
,ansas City, Kiansi., intaw lyiuddB.Packini Co.

C onducts slaughtering. o~~E;~
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iited Sta tes Departmer



ICE AND REGULATORY


BUREAU OF ANIMAL I 1


'L1T~I


JANUARY, 1977









12 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Janluary

Change in Add rees of OBscial Establlshmrent

*227. Armour & Co., Eleventh Avenue, Thirty-eighth to Fortieth Streets,
New York, N. Y., instead of Thirty.-ninth St~reet and Eleventh Avenue.

Change in Address of O0ical in Charge

Dr. W. K. Lewis, 408 State Office Building, Columbia, S. C., instead of 901,
Carolina Life Building.
Dr. W. J. Stewvart, Stockton, Calif., has moved his office from room 6 to room 4,
Federal Buildinlg.
Dr. D. B. Stewart, Box 468 (o~ine, Mleyer Bros. Pkg. Co.), Iron River. Mich.

Change of Oieial in Charge

Dr. E. G;. Pigmanl, meat, inspection, Sandpoint, Idaho, succeeds Doctor Wimer,
resigned.
Mr. L. E. MLerrill, acting, meat inspection, Haverhill, M~ass., succeeds Doctor
Thompson.
Dr. A. H. Francis, Lincoln, Nebr., succeeds Doctor Herrold.

Remove Names From List of Otideale

Dr. E. A. Mleyer, virus-serum control, Oklahoma City, Okla. Thisj station
has been made a substation of Wichit~a, Kians.
Dr. HIarry Grafke, Lincoln, Nebr., resigned.
Dr. H. E. W~imer, Sandpoint, Idaho, resigned.
M~r. L. P. Jones, Benjamin, Tex., resigned.



ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL INSPECTION, DECEMBER,
1926


Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swine

Baltimore..............~....... ...... ...~.. 8, 223 891 3,3 ..... 79,486
Brookly~n..~.._...~......... ................. ;. 376 6, 560 22, 050 1 ......
BuBalo..................................~.. 9,9032 2, 871 11,617 1.-.-...... 68.5691
Chicago....................... ........-.~. 198, 054 53, 000 9,7 ..... 532, 997
Cincinnati.~.......~...................._~~ 11, 525 6, 259 4, 840 2 72, 993
Cleveland..~.~~. ._........_~-~... .......... 9,082 7, 286 1,0 ..... 71, 202
Denver_~.-......... ......~...~.._.....~ _.~.... 8,695 1,8101 13, 337 1.......... 32,318
Detroit....~.._......~....................... 7, 899 7,311 20,402 .........._ 80, 237
Fort W~orth...~....~~........................ 33, 940 28, 169 10, 237 90 21, 189
In ia ap li...................... 20, 755 4, 050 5,475 1 125, 937
Jersey Cit y...._...~~~....................... 4, 722 7, 531 34. 182 5 65, 518
KanasCit........................ 10, 887 21, 330 93, 840 626 227, 876
Allw u ee .. ....... .. ..... ... 15, 554 50, 520 ,52 .. .. 124, 070
National Stock Y'ards~...................... 30, 863 7, 667 27, 551 80 III,0980
New York...__._.___.__._................... 20, 776 40,7190 168, 158 58 101, 631
Oma a.......................... 80, 253 8,416 120, 930 22 1652950
Philadelphia~.................. ............... 9,419 8, 112 16,227 -.......... 90, 091
St. Louis~__...~..~~~.~.__.~~_............... 15, 54 I 3, 680 5, 450 .........., 156, 074
Sioux City._...~~__~....~._____............... 38, 079 5, 112 52 5 ..... 147, 961
South St. Joseph~...~.-..-....~---~.......... 32. 864 7, 170 68, 174 S 114, 051
South St. Paul..... ._.~.. ~ ____~............ 52,296 66,107 640 .... 402, 761
All othereostablishments_. .......~..~.-...... 144, 170 65, 377 113, 367 522 1, 600,7180
Total: December, 1926-.~..~~.~........ 886, 805 4 10, 046 1, 171, 829 1, 410 4,. 303, 602
December, 19J25~.-~~.~~......... 926. 802 445, 471 981, 118 2, 935 4, 533, 019
12 months ended December,l
19J26. .~..... .....~.~.......... 10, 180, 146 5, 152, 589 12, 960, 878 32, 220 40, 636, 208
12 months ended December,
192~5..........................) 9, 853, 039 5,352, 561 12, 000, 004 39, 004 43, 042, 867

Horses slaughtered at all establishments, December, 1926, 5,363. Inspections ofl~ard at all establishments,
148,764,085 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 47,745,008 inspection pounds; sausage
chopped, 61,0341,912 inspection pounds. Corresponding inspections for December, 1925: Lard, 160,000,934
inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 40,413,682 inspection pounds; sausage chopped,
62,403,289 inspection pounds.
(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 mallufacture.)












EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, DECEMBER, 1926

Retained for tuberculosis

Total
Stationslaughter Passed
Total lor sterili-dmd
zation


Cattle:
Chiag .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 198, 0541 11.679 239 2, 139
Kansas City...................................... 107, 887 470 37 83
Omaha....................... 80, 253 909 46 187
Swine:
Chic~ago~~........................ ~ _~_............. 532, 997 76, 198 1, 367 1, 182
Kansas City..........................~_~....~.~..... 227, 876 2,68134 192
Om aba.~. ........ ........ ....... ........ ...... 152, 950 6 4 41 41 0


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, NOVEMBER, 1926

Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine

Emaciation ..... .. ....... .. .... 782 160 37 1 93
Hog ebolera;;..................................... ......i i.;.~.~... ~1.....~...... ....... ,853
Immaturity. ....... ........... ... .. .... 383 ~ ~...........~. ....~. ....
Tuberculosis........~..~.....~._.~. ............. 6, 280 I 58 .........~... 3, 568
Al o he c u es .... ... ...... ..... ..... .. 1 63244 588 3, 070

Total..~.~.~~ _~ __~_........................ 9, 893 1 1063 1603 16, 014


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Anim~al Industry during Decem-
ber, 1926, w~ith figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals


Imports of meat and meat food products

Fresh and refrigeralted
Country of export Canned Other Total
BeefOthr ,and curedl products weight

Pounds Pou nds Pou nds Pounrds Pou nds
Argentina. ....... .___.~.......~~ __ __ 436, 929 255, 92;1 1, 546, 631 2, 200 2, 241, 819
Australia.~.....~. _~~.~.~.~._._ ____ 25 2 5 1......_~..'.. ........... 50
Brazil . .. .. 94, 206 .. .. 94, 206
Canada....~_......_ _.........._ _. 605, 468 1, 10,62 10;5, 412 266, 130 |3, 045, 622
Uruguay. ... .. ...... ..... 32. 604 ....~........ 1 529,7:30 .... ... 562, 334
Other countries..................... 155 225, 521 130, 91 1 356, 587
Total: December, 1926~.~....~. __...... 1,075, 026 1,357,719! 3,47],EIm 399, 241 6, 303, 618
December, 1925_..~............ 996, 63? 404, 535 572, 550 302, 887 2, 356, 609
12 months ended December,
12 months ended December ,.i.) 1744 .7,413,;,2
1925- ......... 8, 019, 739 I,81 5 1 1,22 2 7,10 3,0 2

Condemned in December, 1926: Beef. 22 pounds; pork, 12 pounds; total. 34 pounds.
Refused entry: B~eef, 80 pounds; pork, 5,857 pounds; total, 6,1:9; pounds


Goats


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMIENTS


Countryof export Cattle i Swaine S heep


Mexi
Coan
Virgi:


co_....~~_................................._~_~.~. 35, 515 i 70 i...~.......
da.~.-~~.................................__~_~.~~. 13, 934 1 28, 443 121
n islands (to Porto Rico).~.~...... ...~.......~.. ......... 195 10 .. ....

Totl: ec mbe, 926 ......................... 49, 644) 28, 523 121
December, 1925~~..~~_.___;~_...................... 33, 372 1,014 11, 210
12 months ended December, 1926.................I 325, 673 100, 588 53, 504
12 months ended December, 1925_..-.~~~._~........ 2A5, 210 1 D, 300 91, 828


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SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSSIS.ERADICATION ORE.d G.OOPER;A-
TiON WITY: STATES, DECEMBER, 1928


SICK LEAVE ON AFFIDAVIT

In checking the leave applications forwarded to W~ashington from the various
field stations of the bureau during the calendar year 1926, it is noted that in
some instances employees have been granted more than two days' sick leave on
affidavit. In this connection see paragraph 314 of t~he Admninistrative Regu-
lations of the department. Care should also be taken to see that affidavits
covering sick leave taken before a notaryr bear the notarial seal.


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BTJIGAU O~F ANIMAL INDUSrRY. ,


[Januarr,


Tuberaulin tests
during month


Berds I Cat-
t tseCattle' Ile
I os tIested re-


1551 3,79 9
101) 3,916 2
31 341 0

93 3, 8861 56
373; 8,161 322
1051 1,170 24

5,R 5 0

4, 5571 49, 569 1, 813
2, 8761 23,2 212

3, 9511 66, 003 1, 56

853/ 8,171 7
951 5, 18


782 6, 74
581 8, 081 25

4.0671 29,57 34
7716,88 29


lig 47 2, 275 2

17 9861 14

1821 0
5, 8851 68, 310 6, 80
2,70 6, 2 8
1, 137 18, 74 174
5, 65 4, 1712 2, 17


1, 221 7,881 65
5, 203 29, 8 30


7031 13, 202167
79 1, 38 17
9j158 1,915 18 9


.0221,10 819


1.079 11,59 148
1,32 5, 304 0
6, 42; 110, 17 2, 88


61, 475 1h~, 43 016 1


Total to da


Inspeeo in


State





Ala....

Ark~.....

Colo....
Conn...
Del.....
D. C.~...


Fla...~..
Goa......


Ill......
Ind.....

hIowa....
Kansh....
My......

Meis.....
Mdo.-....


Mich~. .
Alnn hci
Miss... 1

Mo.....

Nrebr....
Net..... I
N. I....
N. C.1....
N. Mex.
TN. Y...
N. C....
Obio....
Okla....

Ore. ....
Pa.b..




Uotab.. i


Stuae official


Once- Ae-
tested cred-
free it~ed
herds herds


3, 114 28
7,371 29


2, 6941 115

2,4831 1,33



101, 3-141 1, 70
1272, 6501 21,960


33,10 1
66, 2821

122,58460' 5, 64
8, 352! 3, 118'
901, 4791 /

29, 812 ,85
57, 312 92
23, 584 72
42, 9000 104
3, 4061 10
2,4951 2,478
2, 201 1, 163
3, 523 13
40, 938) 2B, 86
212, 662 20
30, 318 4, 15B
93, 260 704


90, 505 1, 36
69 38
18, 357 17
7, 807 51
1 8,Is 732 '7 2 6 0
158 27
10, 383 97

2,6151 4,294
6,374 2,00
48. 676: 115
15, 783 80
82, 008 8, 39
7, 021 5

, 473, 758 112, 997 )


te


Herds
under
super-
vision


4, 784

4,20
3, 90




286

113, 45
102, 431

120293


66, 57

4, 87
28,341
15, 44
2, 324
114,20
42, 198
171
60, 66
24, 221
44, 40

5,09
3, 491
3,811
85, 684
226, 934
38, 53
100, 35


Ol, 878
81, 0'22
216
18, 617


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

R. Snyder...~....
W. E. Howe.....
R. L. Smith....
W. GI. Miiddleton
J. A\. Kiernan....l
J. O. Fish'........
A. L. Hirlemlan..1
W. A. Sullivan...
J. J. Lintner~.. ..
J. E. Gibson...I

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

N. L. Towfnsend.I


G. T. Col ....~...
G. R. Cal well.
E. B. Simonds. ..
E. A. Crossman..
T. S. Rich...~....
W. J. Fre~tz....
HI. Robbins......
Ralph Graham...
J. W. Mlurdoch..
W. C. Herrold ...
L. C. Butterfield.
E. A. Crossman..
W. G. Middleton
F. L. Schneider..
H. B. Leonard...
W'. C. Dendinger.
H. H. Cohenour..
As. J. De Fosset ..
H. Grafke~.......

S. B. Foster......
J. B. Reidy_......
E. A. Crossman..
W. Ki. Lew is.....

H. M1. O'Rear.. _
H. L. Darby.....
F. E. M~urray....


C. A. Cary, Auburn.
S. E. Douglas, Phoenix.
J. H. Bux, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.
C. O. Lamb, Denver.
J. Mi. Whittlesey, Hartford.
O. A. Newton, Bridgerille.

J. V. Knapp, Tallabassee.
P. F. Bahn~sen, Atlanta.
W. C. Nye, Boise.
F. A. Laird, Springield.
Frank H. Brown, I~ndianapo-
lis.
Mi. G. Thornburg, Des
Moines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmorland, Frankr-
fort.
E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge.
H. MI. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. Georgh, Baltimore.
F. B. Cummings, Boston.
H. W'. Norton, jr., Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
R. V. Rafnel, Jackson.
H. A. Wilson, Jefferson City.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
C. H. Hays, Lincoln.
Edwasrd Records, Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. MecNeil, Trenton.
Mrar. Keenan, Albuqluerque.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
W 'm. Mloore, Raleigh.
W. F. Crewe, Bismarek.
F. A. Zimmer, Columbus.
J. A. Whiteburst, Oklahoma
City.
W. H. Lyrle, dSlem.
T. E. M~unce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Providence.
W. K. Lew is, Columbia.
M~. W. Rayv, Pierre.
W. B. Lincoln, Nashville.
N. F. Winlams, Fort Whorth.
W. B. Bendricks, Salt Lake
City.
Edward H. Jones, MIontpe-
lier.
H. C. G~ivens, Richmond.
Robert Prior, Olympia.
John WV. Smith, Charleston.
John D. Jones, jr., Madison.
A9. W. French, Cheyenne.


9,7193 L. H. Adama. .~.

8, 687 R. E. Brook~bank.
52, 3721 J. C. Exline....~..
16, 673' H. M. Newton. .
96, 663 J. S. Healy. .~....
8, 148i John T. Dallas...


























The Selig Co., 12 Latimer Street, Atlanta, Ga.
The Antiseptic ProdluctsCo.,3101 W'ainur Street, D~enver. Colo.
Chipman Obemicall Engineering Co. (Inc.), 93 Liberty\ Streel.
New York City.
International Chenic~al Co., 3130 South Canal Street, Chilcago.
Ill. (Also distributed under name of **Buckeye Brandl
Saponified Cresol Solution,"' Columbus Serum Co., Station
C, Columbus, Ohio.,
W\m. Cooper &: Nephews, Chicago. 111. (Also distributed
under name of Blue Cross Saponiied Cresol," Blue C'ro4,
V'eterinary~ SupplY\ Co., Superior, Nebr.
Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y~.
Theo. B Robertson Products Co., C:hicago, 111.
Clifton Chemical Co.. 246 Front Street, New Yiork, N:. Y.
Baird &; Mcr(uire, Boson, Mlass. (A~lso distributed uuder
names of Boolb's ('resol Compound,"' J. M. Booth Chemi-
cal Co., 10''0 East Overland Street, El Parso, Tes.l.
Carbola Chemical Co. (Inc.i. Natural Bridge, N;. Y.
Chemo Company, Buffalo. N. Y.
Beebe Laboratories. St. Paul, Rlinn.
The Chemical Supply Co, 2450 Canal Road. Clevrland,. Obio.
L'nited Sanitary Productrs Co. (lne;, 05~ Fifth Av\enue. New'
York. N. Y'.
M~eyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis. M~o.
Dr. L. D). Le~ear Me~dicine Co., 4I161 Beck Avernue, St. Louis,~
M~o.
Economy Hog &r Cattle Powder Co Shenandonit. loaw.
Hockwaeld rhemiclr Co., 531 Howanrd Street. Sanl Fradn(iSco,.
CaIfI.
J. F. Del'ine Laboratories (Inc.), Goshen. N. Y.
The Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Kansas ('ity', 10.
Pitman-M~oilre Co, In1dianspolis, Ind.
United Chemical Coe., 401~ Delaware Street, Kinnr;as City. ?.Ir,.
The Saniarer Produers C'orporation, 160 Fifth .~\venue, S~ne
York, N'. Y.
The Hunt M~anufacruring Co., Clevellud, Ohiio
1'. S. Sanitary Specialties Corporation, 4135 South Wes~tern
Avenue. Ch'icago. Ill. (Also distributed uinder nami at
"K refecto t2," San .1ntonio? Drug Co., San Antolnio, Ter.)
Dr. Hess & Clark; (Inc~.>, Ashland, Ohio,.
Getrmo MlanuberturingI Co., St. L~ouls, Mor.
The Glirdren Co., Cleve~land. Ohio.
W'est Dlsinfecting Co.. New York, NU Y.
Interstate C'hemical Co., Jersey City, N. J
Leeds Chemical Co., Kansas City, Mu
We~st Disinfecting Co., New York, N. 1.
Fli Lilly &~ Co., ludianapolis, Ind.
Charles B. Rodes, 34130 Broadway~, K-insals City v. le
M~ichel & Pelton Co ,639 Howard Street.. San Frenc~isc~o, Calif.
Midland Chemical Co., Dubuque, low:i. (.Also isrilliibuedi
under name of "Cresylol," Norden Labrnoratris, Linteolll,
Nebr.
M~oormarn M~anuferlurng Co., QuinLe, Illt.
National Suipply Co., Birmingham, .11A.
Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, M~ich.

Pennsyllania R. R. Co..11ltoono, Pa1.

Shores-hlueller Co., redar Rapids, lowa. L~lsos distraluteell
under naimesp of Fort Dodge Saponified Cresu~l." Fo~rt
Dodge Serum Co., Fort Dodge, lowa; "lolt.'s Llqucor Cry-
solas Compound.'" How\ard Holt Co., Cedar Rapidls, law~.)
Republic Creasot ing Co., Merrchants Bank Bldg., Indic nal olis,
Inti.
Senator.\ Chemical Co., 142 North Thirdl Street., Lorui::\ille,
K'y.
Detroit Wlhite Lead W~orks, Chicagn, 1Il.
MlcLaughlin Gormley King Co., 1715 Fifth Street, S. E. Mlin-
neapolls, Alico. (A~ljo dijtributed under names Ofl "Sand-I
Sol" Peet Stock Remedy Co., 33 South Tw~enty-fifth Street,
Council Bluffs, lowa; "20Oth Century Disinfectant," "0th
Century M~fg. Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.)
Cremoline Disinfecting Co., St. Louis, Mo. under name of ''Crespolin.'" The W'orrell Mflg. Co., St. ILouis,
Mlo.


PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS

(List revisea to January 8, 1927)


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANN~OUNCEMIENTS


29ri)


In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 292, the bureau
permission for the use of the following saponified eresol solu~tio~ns, in
-disinfection of cars, .vards, and other premises:


has gr-anted
the general


Name of disinfect ant


M~anufact urer


Alcresel Cresol Compoundl.. ..........~..
AQnchor Brand Cresol Compound.......
Atlas 50%P~ Cresol Compound._._........

Clarisol~.._.~...._~......................



Cooper's dapornified Cresol Solution...~..

Cre-0-Cris .........__.................
Cre-Septic. ..............................
Cresol Compound Clifton .............~..
Crestall Dip.......... ......~.............


Carbola Liquid Disinfectant.............
Chemo Cattle Disinfectant ........._....
Colisept ol ....... ~........~................
Cresolave... ............. .........
Creco Spen~al .

Dinsol....... .........._ ........._
Dr. Le~ear's Cresol Dise~nfc~taul ........

Economy Disinfectant...................
Bockwald's Creo-Lie Dip...............

Kre-Lik.................~................
Li-Cresol. ................. ...~...........
Tri-Krecide.............................
UI-C-Cos Cresolis~... ....... ...._
Zelco Disinfectant..............._..._...

Cresyline Cresol Compound ............
Cre~usan Saponified Cresol Solution......


Dr. Hess Saponified Cresel Solution.. .
Germo-Cresolls.. .......~...
Glidden Shur-Shot DisineCrtant ........
Karspray.v....................... .........
Key-State Disinfectant ..................
Kremnulso.........~......................
Licrosolie... ....................~....~....
Lilly's; Cresni Compound, Ur. S. P. ......
Masol...~ ........... .... .
M~apo 50%b Cresol Comporund._... ..
Midisnd Cresol Compound ... .._


MIoorman's Sap~onified Cresol......
NSCO Cresol Compound................
Parke, D~avls &r Co. Compound Solution
of Cresol, U. S. P.
Pennsylvania Railroad Saponified Cre-
sol Solution.
Red Seal Liquor C'resolis Compound....



Reilly's Cresolis Compound._...........

Rizdol Compound Dip and Spray........

Roger's 30St Cresol Solutlion....... .
S~an-I-gol....~............. ....__.......




Sapo-Cresol Special.............





Name ofdisinfectant Manufacturer


Atlas Cattle DIp.............
Atlas Cattle Dip Improved..............
Tixol~._._.~...___~~.._...................
Cooper's Cattle Dip.~....~..~......_......

Olidden Tik Dip_............~..~~~......

Hemingw~ay's Alliance Brand Arsenical
Cattle Dip.
Hemingway's Alliance Brand Arsenical
Cattle Dip No. 2.
Jen-Sal Arsenical Dip.~..~_.~._._.........
Kiltik-A_.._____~._..__..~~..............




Lariat Arsenical Dip.................. ~_
Ligol Cattle Dip._....~...................
Moorman's Arsenical Dip.............. ~

Rogers Ticl Dip _... __._~~~
Rogers Tick~ Dip D"~..~_.~.............
Tic Tox......................~_.......~~ _

U. S. Tick Dip.~.~...__.~...~.~.........
Western White Face Brand Arsemecal
Cattle Dip.


TEXAS-FEVER QUARANTINE
PLACES TO WHICH SOUTHERN CATTLE MAY BE SHIPPED FOR IMMEDIATE
SLAUGHTER
(List revised to January 19, 1927)
State and Federal permission has been granted for the shipment of southern
cattle for immediate slaughter to the following-named places:
ILLINors: Chicago--Union Stock Yards Co. East St. Louis--East Side Packing Co NVational Stock;
Yoards-S9t. Louis National Stock Yards Co.
INDIANA: Indiana~poljS-Brow'n Bros.: Ki ngan & Co.: The Indianapolis Abattoir Co. /u nri--KRuboer
Packing Co.
Iowr* Otlumwola-John M~orrell &r Co. Siouz City--The Cudahy. Packing Co.
KANYSs: KansasP City/-Kansas City Stock Yards Co. Wichitla-WVichita Union Stock Yards Co.
(Cudahy pene).
161AssACHUsETT4: Brightt0-Brighton Absttoir Co. Somerrille--New England Dressed Meat and Wool
Co.; Sturterant &r Haley Beef &r Supply Co.
MIlCUGrAN: Drtroit-HRammond, Standish &r Co; Mrichigan Central Stock Yards Co.; Newton Packing
Co.; Parker-Webb &r Co.; Sullivan Packing Co.
MIlssoURE: Kanrlan City-Kasnsas City Stoch Yards Co. St. Louis--St Louis Independent Packing Co.;
Swift &r Co. Southi St. Joseph--St. Joseph Stock Yards Co.
NEBRASRA: Omaho--Dold Packing Co.; The Cudahy Packing Co. South Omoha--Union Stock Yards
Co.


BUREAU OF ANIlkfAL INDUSTRY


[January,.


Bherwin-Williams 50% Cresol Solution..




Solereo S. L......~......~... ~...~........

Standard Saponified Cresol Solution.....
U. D. Bolution Cresol Clompound.......
Vasn Schaack's Liquor Cresolis Comp...
Western White Face Brand 50% Cresol
Compound (Saponified).


The Sherwin-Wiliams Co., Chicago, Il. (Also distributed
under names of Corn States 5070~ Cresol Bolution The
Corn States Bernm Co., Omaha, Nebr.; "Ka-De-Co Cresol
Solution 50%/,"' Kiefer-Btewart Co., Capitol Avenue and
Georgia Street, Indianapois. Ind.; Hemingway's 50%0 Cre-
sol Solution," fIemingway & Co. (Inc.), Chicago, Ill.)
The Standard Laboratories, 847r West Jack~son Boulevard,
Chicago, Ill.
The Standard Chemical Co., Taeoma, Wash.
United Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston, M~ass.
Peter Valn Scheack & Bons, Chicago, Ill.
Western Chemical Corporation, P. O. box 83, H~ouston, Tex.


PERMITTED DIPS FOR CATTLE FOR TICKS

List of arsenical cattle dips permitted for use in the official dipping of cattle
for Texas-fever ticks.

Name of dip Manufacturer


Chipman Chemical Engineering Co., New York, N. Y.
Do.
Wm. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill.
Do.
(Also distributed under name of "Burch's Tikdip," F. S.
Burch & Co., Chicago, Ill.)
The Olidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio. (Also distributed under
name of "Dixie Brand Cattle Dip," Culver & Kidd, Mil-
ledgeville, Ga.)
Hemingway &: Co. (Inc.), Boundbrook, N. J.
Do.

Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Kansas City, M~o.
The Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Do.
Do.
(Also distributed under name of M~artin Senour Dip,"~
The Martin Senour Co., Chicago, HIl.).
Intiarstate Chemical Co., 12 Ba)Tview Avenue, Jersey City,
N. J.
General Chemical Co., 25 Broad Street, New Y'ork, N. Y.
Ligol Chemical Co. (Inc.), P. O. box 503, Houston, Tex.
M~oorman Mflg. Co., Quincy, Ill.
Lehn & Fink, Bloomfield, N. J.
Detroit White Lead Works, Chicago, Ill.
Do.
Baird M~c~uire (Inc.), Holbrook, M~ass. (Also distributed
under name of Hockwald's Tik-Tok Arsenical Dip,"
Hockwald Chemical Co., San Francisco, Calif.)
U. S. Sanitary Specialties Corporation, 435 South Western
Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Western Chemical Corporation, P. O. box 83, Houston, Tex.





1927] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 7

.NEW YORE: Bwufalo--East Bufalo Stock Yards Co.; Jacob Dold Packing Co. New~ York--Armour
& Co.; Moe Frank; New York Butchers' Dressed M~eat Co.; Joseph Stern &r Sons; Strauss &r Adler; Wilson
& d Co.; Swift &r Co.; United Dressed Beef Co.
Omo: Cleveland--Cleveland Provision Co.; Koblenzer Bros.; Lake Erie Provision Co.; Long Dressed
BeefCo.; Ohio Provision Co.; Swift &r Co.
OKI.aeonr: Oklahorna City-Oklaboma National Stock Yards.
PENsnSYvaNIa: Allestorn--Arbogast & Bastian Co. A~ltooao-United Home Dressed M~eat Co.
Butler---Butler Beef & Provision Co. Cheater-John J. Buckley Co. Cookertille--The Belswanger Packing
Corporation. Erie--Biabach Brothers. Harriaburg-Brelsford Packing &r Storage Co. Johnrstown--
Armour &r Co.; Ferguson Packing Co. Lancaster-Lancaster Stock Yards. Lock Bacven-WHimer Packing
Plant.. M~cgeeaport--Peters Packing Co. Mount Carmel--L. W. Weissinger &r Bros. Philipsburg--
Philipsburg Beef Co. Pittaburgh-Armour &r Co.; Dunlevy-Frank~lin Co.; Pittsburgh Provision Packing
Co.; Swift &r Co.; Union Stock Yards Co. Punr4ladawney-Punxsutawney Beef & Provision Co. Read-
ing---Reading Abattoir Co. Scranton--Frank Carr; Stowers Pork Packing &r Provision Co. S~hamokin--
Oroninger Pacging Co. Wa'shington-E~. J. Young Packing Co. W'illiamsport-W iliamsport Packing
Co.; John Peters.
PonTO RICO: Porto Rico (island of).
TExaB: BtSrWOrl-Be8umont MuniCipal Abattoir. Fort W'orth--Fort Worth Stock Yards Co. Gol-
seaton-Oleander Packing Co.; High Orade Packing Co. Bousdon-Uanion Stock Yards Co. Laredo-
Laredo Stock Yards. Orange--Sabine Packing Co. San Anto~nio-Union Stock Yards.
WEST VIRGINIA: Whe~eling--F. Schenk &r Sons Co.
WiscoNsrN. Cudahy--Cudaby Bros. M~ilw~auke-Plankinton Packing Co.

PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP

Yakima Lime-Sulfur Dip," a, lime-sulphur solution, is permitted by the
department in the official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies. Dilutions per-
mitted: For cattle, I gallon of the dip to not more than 14 gallons of water; for
sheep, 1 gallon of the dip to not more than 19 gallons of water.


LICENSES FOR VETERINARY BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS
LICENSES ISSUED
License No. 4 was issued January 25, 1927, to the ALbbott Laboratories, Four-
teenth and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., for equine metritis mixed bacterin.
License No. 52 was issued Januaryl 8, 1927, to The Cutter Laboratory, Eighth
Street between Dwight Way and Parker Street, Berkeley, Calif., for an~tican~ine-
distemper serum (homologous) and canine-dist~emper antigen.
License No. 148 was issued January 21, 1927, to W. F. Straub Laboratories
(Inc.), 5514--5520 Norw~ood Park Avenue, Chicago, Ill., for fowl cholera, and
typhoid mixed bacterin.
License No. 186 was issued January 13, 1927, to the Gocrhenour-Collins Lab-
oratories, near Glenmont, Ald., for abortion vaccine (bovine); hemorrhagic
septicemia aggression; hemorrhagic septicemia bacterin; influenza bacterinl
(equine); rabies vaccine; and roup bacterin.
PERMIT ISSUED
Permit No. 6 was issued January 14, 1927, to A\. Charklian, 500 Fifth Avenue,
New Y'ork City, for the importation of anthrax vaccine (vaccine virus, anthrax or
carbonn; and tuberculin (concentrated, intradermic, ophthalmic, subcutaneous);
manufactured by Laboratoire des Vaccine Pasteur pour l'Etranger, 5 Rue Saint
Amend, Paris, France.

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER VETERINARY LICENSES IN 1926

December Year
C. c. C. c.
Ordinary sernm~_~.~. ~ __~...................................... 7~3, 072, 014 567, 489, 083
Clear sernm.~........................ .~._................ ......._....~........ 45, 831, 451 302, 450, 325
Total serum......._ ~__~_._~_............~.......~......._.. ...._..... I18, 903, 465 869, 939, 408
Simultaneous virus.................................... 1, 698, 034 54, 189, 759
Hyperimmunising virus............................ 16, 144, 089 180, 148, 040

Future notices regarding anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus pro-
duced will be issued as early as possible after reports are received, but figures
appearing in the notice will be preliminary and subject to correction before
publication in Service and Regulatory Announcements. It is requested, there-
fore, that establishments and inspectors submit reports promptly, since the last
reports received will determine the date on which the notice can be issued.




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RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FORi VIOL;ATI~ON8~j: Of CLAWsi
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for vidlations of: ael
lat~ory law~s, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Livestock Qulafrantine law'. .:

John H. Hogan, Rush, Ky)., driving cattle interstate without prior tu~beroul
test, 575 fine.
Illinois Central Railroad Co., interstate transportation of 27 cattl8 w~ithouZ
prior t~ubereulin test, $100 fine.
C. E. Schaff, receiver Mlissouri, Kansas & Texas Railwcay C~o., faiure to-mark
waytSbill "' Exposed to hog cholera," $100 fine.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (2 cases), interstate transportation of 6
dead hlogs in same car with live hogs, 8200 fines.
Hulon! Williams, Joaquin, Tex., driving 20 cattle interstate without inspection~,
dipping, or certification, $100 fine.
Twenty-Eigbhtlour law
Chic~ago, Rock Island &r Pacific Railwnay Co. (8 cases), $800 penalties.
Illinois Central Railroad Co. (5 cases), 8500 penalties.
Louia\ville & Nashville Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties..
MIissouri, Kiansas & Texas Railw~ay Co. (58 cases) $8,650 penalties.
.Missour~i Pacific Railroad Co. (42 cases), $400O penalties.
Northern Pacific Railway Co., $100 penalty.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (7 casess, 8700 penalties.
Meat-Inspeion law..:i
Lincoln Packing Co., Lincoln, Nebr., shipping in interstate commerce undei -i
natured, inedible tallow possessing the characteristics of all edible product, $~50
-fine.

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
IThe bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but publications
are sent in bulk to officers in charge for distribution to members of their forces. The number of copies
sent varies with the subject or nature of the publication and the number and class of employees. Offcers.
in charge will use their judgment and distribute publications to best advantage~. So far as possible ad'di-
tional copies will be furnished on request.)
Farmers' Bulletin 619. Breeds of Draft Horses. By G. A. Bell (resigned), ;
anid revised by J. O. WVilliams, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 13, 6gs. 11..~F
Farmers' Bulletin 1200 (revised). Tuberculosis of Fowls. By Bernard A.
Gallagher, Pathological Division. Pp. 6, figs. 2.
Farmers' Bulletin 1491 slightlyy revised). Breeds of Dogs. By S. R. Speel-
manl and J. O. Williams, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 46, figs. 34.
Farmers' Bullet~in 1506. Standard Varieties of Chickens. I. American,
Asiatic, English, and M~editerranlean Classes. Supersedes Farmers' Bulletins 898,
1052, and 1347. By Mu. A1. Jull, Animal Husbandry Division. rPp. 37, fi~gs. 33.
Farmers' Bulletin 1507. Standard Varieties of Chickens. I.Continental
European, Oriental, and M~iscellaneous Classes. Supersedes Farmers' Bulletins
1221 And 1251. By M. A. Jull, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 30, figs. 43.
Department Circular 235 reviseded. Utility Value of Purebred Livestock.
By D. S. Burch, Editorial Office. Pp. 241, figs. 14.
Amendment 5 t~o B. A. I. Order 281, and Amendment 7 to B. A. I. Order 286,
governing the importation of domestic livestock into the United States, and ailso
governing the sanitary handling and control of hides, fleshings, parin~gs, etc.,
offered for entry into the United States. Effective January 1, 1927. P. 1.
Amendment 21 t~o B. A. I. Order 294, placing the following-named counties:
in the modified accredited areas for a period o'f three years from January 3,
1927: Jerome, Idaho; Buena Vista, Louisa, and Shelby, loa len an.
Fayette and Johnson, Ind.; Roscommon, Mich.; McLeod, kinn.; Gosper,
Nebr.; Bladen, N. C.; Clark, S. Dak.; Barron and Oneida, Wtis.; part, of'
Orange, Vt.; and part of WTashington, Vt.. P.. 1.
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