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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
No. 81 (1914)-

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gte.. cponCernln&thle Work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is
t persons in the service of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal
oedotln is conducted, public officers whose duties make It desirable for them to
ih information, and journals especially concerned. Others desiring copies may
'iem from the Superlatendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Wash-
j, C at 5 centa each, or 50 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official
i of a'station or branchof the bureau service, who should promptly distribute
6. members of hMi force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]
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CONTENTS.


Page.
us In directory......--------- 139
reg. dig meat, inspection... 140.
,of M. I. Form 100------ -140
Ilem .Bent to Bureau for
tion ---------------_ 140
iftughtered und* Federal meat.
-------141-
90t food animals and of meats
food products ----------- 141
9bals authorized to sign in-
P...Wceates fE meat and
fOimportatton into the
s---- ...... ---------.--- 14
:'Of license .or veterinary
-- -.--------.---- ---142


.tntlhog-chllera serum and
.k.tia proatied, October
mib, lOo.120, ---
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143 1


Page.
Inspection and testing of animals for
Canada------------------------- 143
Summary of tuberculosis- eradication
work in cooperation with States, No-
vember, 1920-------------------- 143
Results of prosecutions for violations
of laws------------------------ 144
Instructions for preparing pay rolls
and salary vouchers--------------- 145
Inspectors in: charge should examine
expense accounts ---------------- 147
Abuse of franking privilege---------- 147
New publications of the bureau------ 147
Organization of the Bureau of Animal
Industry ----------------------- 148


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY.
^m eat Inspection Inagurated.

lal Food Products, Corporation, 424 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
I o Ko ular Co., West Forty-seventh Street and Train Avenue,
l veland,. io.
4 ; Co., ~7 Medford Street Somerville, Mass.
rtPact lz 0 box 272, Henderson, Ky.
.,Pack 9,a, 4... 44 .W t Forty-fifth Street, Chicago, Ill. :
f.'s Sol.fBiier street, Jefferson, Wis.


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531-A. Hately Bros. Co., New Richmond, Wis.
544. Royal Specialty Co., & and 10 West Nineteenth Street, New York. i.
Change in Adds. of OfficIal ERtabhameuLt
*377-A. Jones & Lamb Co., Sixth and Lombard Streets, Baltimore, M .I.,
stead of Pennsylvania and Fulton Avenues.
Stations Added. ,
Henderson, Ky., meat inspection, Dr. R. H. Nutt, care Eckert Packing V)1Q
P. O. box 272. :
Jefferson, Wis., meat inspection (substation of Milwaukee, Wis.) N
Station Discontinued.
Chipley, Fla.
New Richmond, Wis. I
Change of Offcial in Charge. ,
Jonesboro, Ark., Mr. W. J. Ray, instead of A. T. Semple.
Changes in Addrees of Officiale in Charge.
Dr. L. J. Allen, 208-209 Grain Exchange Annex, Oklahoma, Okla., instead of
304 Guaranty Bank Building.
Dr. W. J. Fretz, 1020 Commerce Building, St. Paul, Minn., Instead of Room 5;
Army Building.
Note.
Tuberculosis eradication has been added to the lines of work under Dr
W. F. Biles, Frankfort, Ky.


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION.

USE OF M. L FORM 160.
* Inspectors in charge of meat inspection are requested to note that w1ia
M. I. Forms 160 are filled out with the report of the disposition of the profit
',the form should be returned to the laboratory finding the violation and. iM
forwarded directly to Washington, unless the violation was reported by tJ
Washington laboratory.
SAMPLES SENT TO BUREAU FOR EXAMINATION.
Inspectors in charge and others who, in the future, forward samples k.:
specimens to the bureau for examination are instructed to inclose in the cI*
trainer a memorandum showing the name and address of the sender, the nataq
,of the contents, and the purpose for which they are sent. If a letter on .
'subject is written, or if a bureau form is prepared, proper reference shb
be made. Care should be taken also to see that the packages are addr
to the proper office. Routine samples of meat and meat products sent In '
M. I. Form 161, for chemical examination, should be addressed to the .M
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SCondducts slaughtering., ::.

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Sbsture u unless the sender knows positively to which office they should go.


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER- FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
NOVEMBER, 1920.


Station.


n Stock Yards..................
t.............. ....................
..........................
Joseph.....................
establishments...................
T : tal: November, 1920..............
";: : : November, 1919..............
.: 11 months ended November,
1920 ........................
: 11 months ended November,
1919 ........................


Cattle.


Calves.


.1. .1 I


193,143
26,948
103,299
46,206
76,329
19 714
30,374
32 326
50,584
280,023


858,946 315,971


858,946
1,040,074
7,941,347
9,129,803


47,401
29,466
25,042
13,345
8,076
3,731
2,957
5,212
29,015
151,726


315,971
344,238
3,813,797
3,657,380


Sheep. Goats.

249,029 788
5,328 136
58,861 999
28,341 738
80,147 ............
5,645 7
21,637 ............
28,768 81
68,026 .........
422,453 1,658
968,235 | 4,407
1,227,191 10,196
10,049,763 41,257
11,456,540 77,799


Hi rses slaughtered, at all establishments, November, 1920, 33.

IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS.

::,: The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
i meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industrylduring Novem-
S her, 1920, with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals.


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


I Mexioo................................................. 2,660 19 18 107
C ..- .m............................................. 78,129 78 31,951 3
i ai t B itai ..... ..................................... 44 ............ ............ ...........
. Total: November, 1920 .......................... 80,833 97 31,969 110
November, 1919 ......................... 114,126 448 28,083 1,462
. 11 months ended November, 1920.......... 350,839 979 149,783 12,456
11 months ended November, 1919.......... 597,014 20,570 169,919 7,510


:: Imports of meats and meat food products.


n o Fresh and refrigerated. C ed Other Total
Country of ex port. and cured. products. weight.
Beef. Other.

Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. Poun di


nina.................................
Zemtm ..............................
w Zea nd.......... .......-:::::.:....
truga ..................................
O:iQ itr'untries............................
: Total: November, 1920..............
..i November, 1919..............
F" :, 11 months ended November,
1920........................
11 months ended November,
1919 ........................


104,002
4,649,797
118,665
1,320
..-----..---


4,873,784
4,013,869


211,520
2,'411,653
7,295,462
1,500
............


9,920,135
1,016,056


96,120
63,029
14,960
414,105
20,033


60,4 13,8 1552,4


608,247
109,444
6,811,174
30,934,279


54,223
............
7,099

S 68,'859


130,181
158,871
6,825,241
6,894,310


d in November; 1920: Beef, 80,812 pounds; pork, 80 pounds; total, 80,892 pounds.
,try: Beef, 29,897 pounds; pork, 1,062 pounds; total, 30,959 pounds.





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369,745
96,120
7,131,578
7, 429,087
416,925
88,892


15,532,347
5,298,240
147,899, 30
84,199,772


35, 723,103 98,539,422
30,881,764 15,989,419


Bwine.

569,252
30,427
231,755
131 326
117 369
150,029
86,715
121,802
211 750
1,678,208
3,328,633
3,270,172
34,033,559
37,021,477












h'ne rouowing are aaamotRI names, aaaresses, ana racsmanue sign mrg.s qi
foreign national Government officials authutized to sign and issue certifeabtl
of inspection for meat and meat food products offered for importation into tihi
United States: ."


Country, name, and address.


CANADA.
Geo. E. Stanley, 1127
Toronto, Ontario.


J. M. Stuart, 1127
Toronto, Ontario.


W. A. Kilpatrick, 711
Winnipeg, Manitoba.


Keele Street,


Keele Street.


Boyd Building,


Ronald G. Law, 1127 Keele Street,
Toronto, Ontario.

ENGLAND.

W. M. Willoughby, Port of London-

FRANCE.


R. Boyer --- --


A. Mandrz_-- --


Signature. :il,

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REVOCATION OF LICENSE FOR VETERINARY BIOLOGICAL :
PRODUCTS.

United States veterinary license No. 74, issued under date of January
1920, to the Ralston Serum Co., Ralston, Nebr., has been revoked on account od
the firm to which it was issued having violated regulations of the Secretary of.
Agriculture which were promulgated for the enforcement of the Virus-Serd'
Toxin Act of March 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 832).
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Months.


Simultaneous virus.


Ordinary.


11,343,583
8,729,484


Clear.


2,108,983
2,881,672


Ordinary.


2,823,907
1,536,972


Clear.


32,289
36,404


Hyperim-
munizing
virus.


2,023,980
3,086,929


INSPECTION AND TESTING OF ANIMALS FOR CANADA.

.f following change has been made in the list of practicing veterinarians
sbred by the bureau and authorized to inspect and test with mallein,
mules, and asses intended for export to Canada:


Name Added to List.


"Charles Keane, Forum Building, Sacramento, Calif.


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S ..........


.: ata Me.......
Md......


.. ..N.. Dak..

Iaho.......
D ...........







:thertnmW.Va.I
.Iay.e, Wyo....
Ki' ~, Ill.......

Sig .d .....
JlAim.t3us8, Ohio....
.. e M aiti Iowa..
sazt Worthl, Tex...

r, Ky .....
'"urg .Pa.....


Mont...........
ollB Ind..


F TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1920.


States.




N.Y..
Ga....
Me....
Md.-...
Ala...
N.Dak.
Idaho.
Mass..
R. I...
N.H..
W.Va.
Wyo..
in.
111.....
S.C...
Ohio..
Iowa..
Tex...
Ky...
Pa....

Conn..
Mont..
Ind...


Tuberculin tests.


Herds Cattle
lots. tested.


327
18
113
173
30
134
170
23
4
27
116
7
102
61
190
126
74
87
147
25
182
180


6,372
753
1,312
2,007
781
2,505
1,895
806
93
849
'939
285
2,380
888
2,803
3,303
1,396
1,371
2,904
686
2,753.
2,055


Re-
acted.


1,197

8
37
266
31
102
56
18


92
27
13
191
20
150
115
25
32
302
47
74
104


Total
once-
tested
free
herds
in the
State.


730
944
356
461
300
1,287
1,488
48
14
39
847
16
387
296
945
845
113
516
626
91
1,624
1,2721


Total
ac-
cred-
ited
herds
in the
State.


62
8
222
125
32
180
14
28

6
12
54


132
47'
244
82
1
77
394
22
63
187


Inspector in
charge.




H. B. Leonard...
W. M. MacKellar.
J. B. Reidy......
T.A. Ladson ....
C. J. Becker......
H. H. Cohenour..
W. A. Sullivan...
E. A. Crossman..
.....do............
.....do..... .......
Geo. IY. Neff...
John T. Dallas...
J. J. Lintner.....
W. K. Lewis.....
Leo. E. Davis....
F. H. Thompson.
H. Grafke........
W. F. Biles......
P. E. Quinn.....
E. I. Smith......
R. Snyder.......
E. B. Haskin....


State official.




D. W. McLaury, Al-
bany.
P. F. Bahnsen, At-
lanta.
W. H. Lynch, Au-
gusta.
R. C. Reed, Balti-
more.
C. A. Cary, Auburn.
W. F. Crewe, Bis- /
mark.
J. D. Adams, Boise.
L. H. Howard, Bos-
ton.
J. S. Pollard, Provi-
dence.
A. L. Felker, Con-
cord.
J. H. Stewart,
Charleston.
B. F. Davis, Chey-
enne.
A. T. Peters, Spring-
field.
W. K. Lewis, Co-
lumbia.
T. A. Burnett, Co-
lumbus.
P. Malcolm, Des
Moines.
L. G. Cloud, Fort
Worth.
F. 0. Schneider,
Frankfort.
T. E. Munce, Har-
risburg.
J. M. Whittlesey,
Hartford.
W.J. Butler, Helena.
L. E. Northrup, In-
dianapolis.


EL HE... .


Serum.


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Stations.


Jackson, Miss......
Jefferson City, Mo..
Lansing, Mich......
Ltioln, Nebr......
Little Rock, Ark...
Madison, Wis......
Montpelier, Vt.....
Nashville, Tenni... -
New Orleans, La... -
Oklahoma, Okla...
Olympia, Wash....
Pierre, S. Dak.....
Portland, Oreg.....
Richmond, Va.....
Do.............
St. Paul, Minn.....
Salt LakeCity, Utah
Do.............
Tallahassee, Fla ....
Topeka, Kans......
Trenton, N. J......
Do............
Washington, I. C..
Do.............


Miss...
Mo....
Mich..
Nebr..
Ark...
Wis...
Vt....
Tena..
La....
Okla..
Wash.
S. Dak.
Oreg..
Va....
N. C..
Minn..
Utah..
Nev...
Fla...
Kans-.
N.J...
Del...
D.C...
Misc..


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


1,392
136
131
70
8
1,267
285
'49
4
97
119
32
193
101
76
232
224
91
106
62
35
102
48
24
7,200


13,074
8, 79
2,345
2,429
233
20,142
6,112
1,112
272
2,067

1,069
926
3,318
2,284
1 411
7036
1,771
1,086
1,365
2,282
2,282
907
80
35


5
53
50o
56
4
341
305
12

138
43
66
42
33
58
149
1
29
48
109
30
217


335
841
180
425
82
1,100
1,806
386
171
255
675
227
836
635
964
1,147
1,030
720
1,362
143
32
212
11


116,480 4,699 26,850


1
45
117
28
10
8

4,602


spetor in
Charge.


J. A. Barger......
Ralph Graham,.
T. S. Rich .......
C. H. Hays......
J. H. Bux........
J. S. Healy.......
A. J. Deo Foset...
Robert Jay .......
R. W. Tuck......
C. F. Harrngtan.
8.0. Fladnes...
J. O. Wilson-.....
8. B. Foster......
R.E.Brookbank.
.....do...........
W. J. Fretz......
F. E. Murray....
.....do........
J. G. Fish......
H. M. Graefe.....
W. 0. Middleton.
.....do......- .
J. A. Kiernan....
.....do........


State ofldcaL.


H. Chdawifk, J42


son.
D. F ow, t J


C. P. Nrgard, M ..

E. S. Brigtam, Xwt-
pelier.
M. Jacfb, N SteaS
Rouge.
J. A0 WWftWlj
Okialfudmi :: 71
L. C. Peoltan, Olya-
A. E. Besumt.
Pierre.
W. H. Lytle, Salt'
J. G. Fernoybuh,.

C. E. M ,
Paul. i
R. W. Hoggan, BOt
Lake City.
EdwReeords Reno.
J. W. DeM Watl
labassee.
J. H. Merdet, t'o
peka.
J. H. McNed, ff
ton.
Wesleyjr Webb, ii,
ver.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS.

Penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laWm
as reported to the bureau, as follows: N.'


Live-Stock Quarantine law.


Missouri Pacific Railway System, $100 fine and costs.
C. E. Schaff, receiver Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway of Tetas, $100"
and $18.65 costs.


Twenty-Eight Hour Law.


I,.!,


Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. (4 cases), $650 fines.
Norfolk & Western Railway Co. (2 cases), $400 fines and tosta
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. (2 cases), W$N fines and
costs.


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r : AtOdisonu Topelb & Santa Fe Railway Coi, $150 fine and $28.05 costs.
Ol edgo, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co. (86 cases), $3,600 fines.
Ieaboard Air Line Railway (2 cases), $200 fines.
mtesg0,. -Bock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (48 cases), $4,800 fines.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING PAY ROLLS AND SALARY
VOUCHERS,
..he retirement act of May 22, 1920, effective August 1, 1920, necessitates the
ping of accurate record of the pay and noupay status of each and every em-
:"$lyee subject to its provisions. In order to facilitate the keeping of such a
.ieard and avoid delay in forwarding pay checks to employees at the close of
the month, inspectors in charge and others charged with the duty of preparing
a d submitting pay rolls and salary vouchers will be guided by the following in-
atructions:
: 1. Names.-In entering the names of payees on pay rolls or salary vouchers
Sach name should be written in exactly the same manner as in the employee's
cfv il-service appointment; that is, all initials should invariably appear and
Ssufixes such as jr. and sr. should always be indicated. This does not imply
That the Christian name or names need be spelled out in full. To illustrate:
If an employee's civil-service appointment reads John Paul Jones, it will be
sufficient to enter his name on the pay roll as John P..Jones, as Jno. P. Jones,
as J. P. Jones, or as J. Paul Jones, if that is the usual way in'which he writes
* .bis name. Uniformity must be observed, however, so that the name will not
: appear one way.on one roll and another way on a subsequent one. The names
_n -pay rolls should always be arranged alphabetically by salary grades.
< 2. Titles.-The official title of each employee must be stated in sufficient de-
tail clearly to agree with his civil-service appointment. Abbreviations of words
Waking up the title will necessarily have to be used because of the lack of
"pace on pay rolls, but discretion should be used in making the abbreviations
So that they will be clearly understood.
S Indicate employees who come within the act.-Every Form 3 salary
Voucher for an employee who comes within the act of May 22, 1920, must have
6 stamped or written thereon the words Less 24 per cent base pay retirement
deduction." If any of the employees whose names are carried on a pay roll
l. .come within the act the roll must have stamped thereon, or written thereon
i, with pen and ink in small handwriting, in the heading "Regular Compensa-
i o n," the words Less 2i per cent base pay retirement deduction."
S. 4. Indicate employees who do not come within. the act.-Every Form 3 salary
L". vouecher for an employee who does not come within the act must have stamped
iir written thereon in the space for Remarks the words Not within the act
of May 22, 1920." If any of the employees carried on a pay roll do not come
9" Fiithfn the act, the stamped or written words Not within the act of May 22,
.12;01,", should invariably be placed in the "Remarks" column on a line with
he itname of the employee. The practice of giving this information by means
... of footnotes on pay rolls should be discontinued.
.' Leave without pay.-In every case of deduction on a pay roll for leave
without pay, the inclusive dates of such leave should be plainly stated in the
t Remarks column directly opposite the name of each employee affected. On
rTi m 3 vouchers this information should be furnished in the space for Re-


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pay due; W. 0. P. 4/1 to 30, incL," or "No pay due; furlotigh 8/1 to 6/SMI
incl.;" when leave without pay or furlough has been granted for a speefljuEi
period covering an entire month or more the notation opposite the empliee*# ;i
name on the pay rolls should always indicate the beginning and ending date $oa
the period.. The notation, for example, N6 pay due; W. 0. P. 4/1, indeflnitelyfl
should be indicated on the rolls in connection with all cases where a speei
period of leave or furlough has not been granted, except those who have bele
granted indefinite leave to enter the military service; the notation in such castei
should read No pay due. On indefinite military leave." ::
6. New appointments and reinstatements.-The Civil Service Commission now'
requires that the date on which an appointment is effective should always "J*:
made to coincide with the date on which the employee reports for duty. !iA
order to comply with this requirement, it will be necessary In all cases for.:i
inspectors and others in charge, and also those ordered to report in writing to'
the chief of the bureau, to notify the bureau by letter of the date of reporting"
for duty under a new appointment or a reinstatement. If an employee "com-
mences duty on a date other than the effective date specified in his appointment
or reinstatement the bureau must be advised by wire in order that his appoikt-
ment may be changed accordingly.
7. Use of "Remark.s" column.-Absolutely nothing should appear in thi
"Remarks" column of the pay rolls under the heading of "Remarks" except:4
notations of leave without pay and statement that the employee does not come
within the act of May 22, 1920, and except that for per diem employees the da1ti.
on which the work was performed may be indicated in this column. All irrelei.i
vant matter should be omitted, as it is confusing and increases the difficultie.t,
of handling the rolls.
8. Space for Remarks on Form. 8 salary voucher.-In the pace for "B te
marks on the Form 3 salary vouchers notations should be confined to indicate ;
ing whether the employee comes within the act or not, as per paragraph 4 oi
these instructions; inclusive dates of periods of leave without pay; prboj#."
symbols, and amount chargeable to each; also number of days service rendee!i4
at each station in cases of transfer.
9. Payments by temporary special disbursing agents.-As vouchers of tem8m
porary special disbursing agents pass through the bureau on their way to t.J
auditor for the State and other departments, a record must be taken from .
salary vouchers and pay rolls included in such accounts and made a part of
record of the Washington office. It will therefore be necessary for tempoaiC
special disbursing agents to see that the foregoing instructions are carefully`
followed on all pay rolls and salary vouchers paid by them.






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I IMi4ASUi.L MiUULU f1XAMIINE EXPENSE ACCOUNTS.


S. recently the attention of the bureau has been called to the expenses incurred
-some of the field employees while in a travel status. As a result of the
A!4vestigation of these expense accounts it has been necessary to reprimand some
Sealployees and in one instance the offender was dismissed from the service.
Inspectors in charge should carefully scrutinize all expense accounts, includ-
i.g the subvouchers, before forwarding them to the Washington office. In this
connection attention is called to section 3Q of the act of March 4, 1909, which
provides a penalty for falsifying expense accounts.


ABUSE OF FRANKING PRIVILEGE.

: In a number of instances it has come to the notice of the bureau that the
ftranking privilege of the department has suffered abuse. Such action is a
:violation of an act of Congress, March 4, 1909 (35 Stat., 1088), reading as
follows:
Sc. 227. Whoever shall make use of any official envelope, label, or indorse-
:ment authorized by law, to avoid the payment of postage or registry fee on his
private letter, packet, package, or other matter in the mail, shall be fined not
ftlore than three hundred dollars."
Inspectors in charge are directed to give this matter their attention.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU.

[The bureau keeps no general mailing list for sending publications to individual em-
playees. When a new publication is issued one or more copies are usually sent to each
oicer in charge of a station. If additional copies are desired for distribution to members
of the force or for other use they will be sent on request, if possible. Individual em-
ployees who wish to obtain any of the publications listed here should apply first to the
Siqal officer in charge. If he has no extra copies, application may then be made to the
Washington office.]

Department Bulletin 905. Principles of Livestock Breeding. By Sewall
Wright, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 67, figs. 25. Price, 15 cents.
Department Bulletin 919. Unit Requirements for Producing Milk in Western
P Washington. By J. B. Bain and G. E. Braun, Dairy Division. Pp. 19. Price, 5
Cents.
Department Bulletin 929. Cottonseed Meal for Horses. By G. A. Bell and
,J. 0. Williams, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 10.
Farmers' Bulletin 1115. Selection and Preparation of Fowls for Exhibition.
Jos. Wm. Kinghorne, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 11, figs. 7.
Farmers' Bulletin 1150. Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of Sheep. By
a urice C. Hall, Zoological Division.. Pp. 53, figs. 34.
-Farmers' Bulletin 1172. Farm Slaughtering and Use of Lamb and Mutton.
By7 C. G. Potts, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 32, figs. 30.
:Department Circular 143. Tuberculosis Eradication Under the Accredited-
rd Plan. Supplement 1 to Herd List No. 3. Revised to June 30, 1920.
p. 8.
B. A. I. Order 271. To Prevent the Spread of Splenetic, Southern, or Texas
Ver in Cattle, Effective December 1, 1920. Pp. 8.
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Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER.
Assistant Chief: B. H. RAW.
Assistant to the Chief: CHARLES 0. CARBOLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. CoHn.AN.
Editor: D. S. BuTEH.
Animal Husbandry Division: GEORGE M. ROMMEL, chief.
Biochemic Division: M. Donsrr, chief.
Dairy Division: B. H. RAWL, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HouCK, chief.
Division of Virus-Serumn Control: D. I. SKIDMOR, chief.
Field Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER, chief.
Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Miscellaneous Division: A. M. FARRINGTON, chief. :
Pattpolocical Division: JOHN S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Quarantine Division: RICHARD W. HICKMAN, chief.
Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication, Division: J. A. KIERNAN, chief.
Zoological Division: B. H. RANSOM, chief.
Experiment Station: E. C. SCHROEDER, superintendent. j
Office of Accounts: A. C. DAvis in charge.
Appointment Section: GEORGE H. RUSSELL in charge.


SAVE AND INVEST.

The habit of regular saving and safe investment in Government securities %,
which has taken a firm hold in the governmental Departments, both in Wash- tJ
ington and throughout the country, will not be curtailed during the coming A
year because of lack of facilities. Secretary of the Treasury Houston has just .
announced that the Treasury is committed to the continuance and intensifica-
tion of the savings movement of the Treasury and that the issue of savings i
securities will be continued throughout 1921. Those securities will be aug-:!
mented by two new issues, according to his announcement. These will be a 1 .$I
Savings Stamp and a registered Treasury Savings Certificate ofthe denomina-"
tion of $25.






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