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Service and regulatory announcements
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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 issued online.
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No. 81 (1914)-

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AA. s Issued June 1933

". ; tljnited States Departmeture



AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

uj : MAY 1933


pu location is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.
IS1g hbe work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the
tei of t e Bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers
is dut s make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.
ers desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Govqrnment Printing
a., W ington, D. C., at 5 cents each or 25 cents a year (foreign, 45 cents). A supply will be sent to
ltitin i charge of a station or branch of the Bureau service, who shogid promptly distribute copies
temb of his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference -.


CONTENTS *
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esi di rectory....--.---------------------- -..---- -- : ..... J.--- ..........
Sreg rdinm meat inspection- ---......... .....--------------..........-------....... ............. .........
Mign eat-inspection official.......-----..... .......... ....... ... -.-........ ...- ......- ..-
als ughtered under Federal meat inspection, April 1933 -...... ..~ -. .....................
a of condemnations of carcasses, March 1933.................... --- ..- .....................
' food ani]ls and of meats and meat food products, April 19334 .. (. '...................
myry f tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, Alirilg 1 '*...................
tary f hog-eholera-control work, April 1933......................... ......-----------------.........
iog-bolera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, A prfil 33/...: ..p .-, .....
of prosecutions for violations of laws.---..................-..--------------------------- .... ..----.......
bigns under the packers and stockyards act....-----....--..-...............--------...... .........
aual on sale...........................................................-------------------------------..------
bileations of the Bureau.................---------......---..----..............................------------------------------.....----
,talbn of the Bureau of Animal Industry......................................................-


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CHANGES IN DIRECTORY
Meat Inspection Granted
Permont Packing Co., Bellows Falls, Vt.
Sincent Ceravalo Provisions, 15 Mifflin Street, Trenton, N.J.
Meat Inspection Withdrawn

t & Co., 410 East Broad Street, Texarkana, Ark.
I1ictor Goulash Co., 1100 West Grand Avenue, Chicago, I11.
S.e .Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 1-24 Fitchburg Street, Somerville,

central Abattoir Co., Inc., Second and Chestnuts Streets, Reading, Pa.


SB Meat Inspection Extended
S he Stmithfield Co., Inc., Smithfield, Va., to include The Smithfield Ham
.& Products Co. Inc.
L. C. Derby Coq, New York, N.Y., to include Van Wagenen & Schickhaus

eat aliqbterng.
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dIo. w OIW 1U j1.uuur rruuuusl -4prrorayaon, tIew IorK, 11.1., 1n50a .;,il
Jacob iranfman & Son, Inc. :
937. Liebig ducts Co., Inc., New York, N.Y., instead of Liebig E4ract Oa.,
Inc., asd Liebig Products Co.
1019. H. Savage & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of Pincus & Bat&4 Inc.
Change in Number of Official Establishment
3-UU. Swift & Co.; Swift Avenue, South San Francisco, Calif., instead of 72.

Change I Mail Address of Official Establishment
1020. Boston Pune Food Products Co., 108 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Mass,,:i
instead of P.O. box 87, Brighton, Mass. : A i
New Station
Bellows Falls, Vt., meat inspection, Dr. Abraham Packer, care Vermont
Packing Co., in charge. "
Substation Discon tinted
Texarkana, Ark., meat inspection, under Texarkana, Tex.
Note
Character indicating no sealed cars should precede establishment 361, D.
Fullerton & Co., Paterson, N.J., page 24 of the directory.
Establishment '2-AV, Armour & Co., under Newark, N.J., page 42 of the..' '
directory, is located at 16 Union Street, Middletown, N.Y., instead of Middle-
town, N.J.

:0
NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL *
Name and specimen signature of a foreign official who has been authorized
by his national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certifi-
cates for meat and, meat food products exported to the United States.

Country and name Signature

Brazil R/

Dr. Aristides Fernandes Ramoa-


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


P ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
APRIL 19331

Sheep
Station Cattle Calves and Goats Swine
lambs

Baltimore----------...-...--.--------..........--------................ 5,888 1,877 1,592 .......... 66,416
ualo---..............----------......................... 6,047 2,766 5,793 .......... 65,570
Chicago..--....-----..---...........-....--.........-------..... 102,312 43, 258 236,431 .......... 466, 757
Cincinnati-.......--..--------.---.-------------.............. 10,337 7,641 11,385 ----------...... 75,020
Cleveland ................--------------------.. -------------........ 2, 530 (Q) (2) ----... 40.902
Denver-------------.....--------......-------........--------................ 5,510 1,355 (1) .......... 44,786
Detroit-----.......--------------...-------..--.....----------.......... 4, 208 6, 257 6, 686 ----------. 76, 935
Fort Worth -.................-------------------------------................. 16,548 9,677 97,412 .......... 63,963
Kansas City-.................-----------------.---.....---------- 45, 898 18,865 123, 663 ----------.. 254,817
LosAngeles -........--------..-----------------------............. 10,662 3,095 31,451 .......... 28,245
Milwaukee.....------.---.--.------..................-........--------------- 15, 759 65,923 4, 833 ----------.... 82, 872
National Stock Yards-----.. ----...-........--------.... 42, 902 30,690 51,068 ---------- 298, 186
New York--..........------------------------------- 25, 350 50, 097 221,597 .......... (2)
Omaha----..-..........-----------------------------......................... 63. (20 3,641 135,852 .......... 190.889
Philadelphia.......-------......--------------------.......... 5,369 10,984 15,442 ......... 74,350
Sioux City..-..-------------.....---------..----..--.................---. 32,041 1,758 45,919 .......... 135, 189
South St. Joseph..............................--------------------------- 21,845 (2) (:) .......... 82,501
South St. Paul-......------..--.--.------------------........... 42, 243 48,244 30,364 --..---...... 150,220
All other stations.............................. 157, 842 119, 673 389, 657 463 1,649, 675
Total:
April 1933--........................... 616,311 425,801 1,409,345 463 3,847,293
April 1932............................. 649,545 428,207 1,496,707 530 3,714,147
10 months ended:
April 1933-----------------.. ----- 6. 267. 160 3, 630, 105 14,288,640 6, 149 36, 785, 579
April 1932----..---..--.....---...-.......-----------.....-.. 6.720, 386 3,812,003 15,687,503 7,239 38,592,089
New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and
Newark '--..-- ------------------------------................ 32, 747 62,738 268,016 ----------.. 178,320

Horses slaughtered:
April 1933,---...---...- .................................................. 1,339
April 1932...-....--.....-------....----------------------...........------------------.......................-----...-..-....... 2,934
10 months ended:
April 1933...----.....-----------...-----------------........................--------...........-......--..-----------......... 45,051
April 1932...--....-...............................------------------------------------------------.............................. 7, 277
2 Included in "All other stations".
B The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and "All
other stations" and are combined here to show total in the greater New York district.
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 149,618,699 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,
27,203,956 inspection pounds; sausage, 50,296,279 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 7,298,619 inspection
pounds.
Corresponding inspections for April 1932: Lard 136,418,696 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 25,067,252 inspection pounds; sausage, 52,476,916 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 6,720,418I
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 manufacture )

CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, MARCH 1933

1 Sheep
Cause Cattle Calves and Swine
lambs

Emaciation .-------..--....-----.....--------.....-...-...........------------.......---...... -------328 335 125 26
Hog cholera---------------------------------------------------.. .................................................. .....-..... ..---- ---------.......... 920
Inflammatory diseases..------------.. --..........---------------------..... 126 283 470 2, 174
Im m aturity .............. .......... ...- .. .. .. ....... ........ .. .... -32 ..... .- --
Tuberculosis ............................... ................... 1.325 30 ...----------...... 2,576
Other causes................ -- ......................... --- -- .... 60 255 647 4,308
Total--.............................-- ----....................... 3.739 1,735 1,242 10,004


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT-FOOD
PRODUCTS, APRIL 1933

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat-food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during April
1933, with figures for other periods for comparison:







BUREAU OF AflMAL INDUSTRY


Imports of food animals


Country of origin Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


Mexico-........................................................
Canada ---........--------------------.....--------------..--
Virgin Islands (to Puerto Rico).------------------------------
Total:
April 1933..- .. ... -------.-.
April 1932............................................
10 months ended:
April 1933........................................
April 1932. --- ...-------......


12,076
438
74


12,588
21,156
78,879
90,718


5 ------
8 ..........


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* 13
201
970
1,292


3
1,309
1,164
3,194


Imported meats and meat-food products


Country of origin


Argentina...-- ..-.. ... .... ........ .... ......
Australia..........-----....---------.....---....
Brazil.......................................
Canada......................................
New Zealand..-..-..--.--------------...
Paraguay..............--.....----..............
Uruguay.......-.........................
Other countries..............................
Total:
A pril 1933 .........................
April, 1932.. ...........-.....
10 months ended:
April 1933..----.---..---.--
April 1932-.....................


Fresh and refrigerated


Beef Other


Cured and Other meat
canned products


4 I I II


Pounds



2, 307




2.307
38,090
338,888
463,574


Pounds


13,950
5,005




18,955
181,149
797,345
1,102.436


Pounds
10,080
302
56,448
1,536
1,232
47,005

116,603
125,139
2,402,716
3,319,831


Pounds
1,140,811
634, 56
1090,875

1,717, 815
150,667

3,753,714
2,330,747
26,279,499
21,513,862


Condemned in April 1933: Beef, 49 pounds; pork, 257 pounds; total, 306 pounds.
Refused entry: Mutton, 280 pounds.

SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN
COOPERATION WITH STATES, APRIL 1933


Inspector in
charge


R. E. Jackson...
F. L Schneider.
S. H. Still-----......
W. E. Howe--..-
J. O. Wilson....
R. L. Smith.....


7,451 E. B. Simonds..
46 A. E. Wight.....
15,826 T. W. Cole-......


W.C. Dending-
er.
John T. Dallas..


240, 7451 J.J. Lintner....


State offiolal


C. A. Cary, Aubur.
C. T. Guilfoyle.PH"0
nix. .:
C. D. Stubbs, Lithl:
Rock.
C. U. Duokwwrthd
Sacramento.
C. G. Lamb, Deai:
Charles Jo hasi:,
Hartford.
Ralph C Wilto*
Dover.
J. V. Knapp, Ta.af
hassee. : 1
J. M. Sutton, Atlag ,
Thomas W. Wbitf"
Boise..
D. W. Rob0o
Springfield. .:


----------



.130 r
1|93 .i


Total
weight


Poeunds
1,150,891
302

8,848
1,719,067
197,672

3,891,579
2,675,125
29,818,448
26,399,705


Tuberculin
tests during
month


Total to date


Cat-
tle re-
acted


State


Ala ......
Ariz.....
ri
Ark-...
Calif.....
Colo.....
Conn -....
Del......
D.C.....
Fla......
Ga......
Idaho...
Ill.......


Herds
under
super-
vision



67, 271
9,204
28.752
22, 107
64
10,504


Cattle
tested




10,691
13,343S
302
19,661
638
27, 186
6, 182
0
6,080
10,924
4.890
107, 198


Modified
accredited
counties


Num- Per-
ber cent
17 25
0 0
7 9
6 10
0 0
1 13
1 33
1 100
32 48
71 44
44 100
89 87


Once-
tested-
free
herds



66. 955
9,088
28,741
21,377
10
2, 275
4,843
45
15,321
124,823
51,348
86. 115


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds



316
47
10
123
41
7,814
2,145
2
91
36
44
5, 835


124,859
31,403


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 47

wmmqry of ubesrculosis-eradication work in cooperation with State9 April 1933-
Continued


i,- !State







nd ------.
Iowa.----

Le----..



, Me......
. Ed.:..
: Mass....-

,-' Mich ....
S Minn--.
M::: iss.....


K Mont ----
S Nebr....-
N:ov.....

SNe.....
SNJ......----


1 1N.Y .....

5 N.0 .....
i N.Dak..
sii.. Ohio-..
..hio......


Oreg.....






isnn....




VTo....
: : ....:
SVa...











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N--


Tuberculin
teats during
month


Cattle
tested


13, S9

76,939-
7,14
12, 36

Z 801
2,822

18,405
20,174
44, 624
53,051
592
7,673
5,468
20,645
1,074
18,834
23,464
3,923

168,246
4,274

17, 102
71,802
23,644
13,937
43,896

1,595
4,889
4,431
18,961
12,974
7,635
37,062

10, 760
22,131
12,32.

70,31"


1,091,79E


Cat-
tle re-
acted


97
784
56
30
33
17

231
740
92
591
2
0

8
62

0
103
537
38
10,008

2
42

299
34
43
707
248
3
221
98
29
26
3,901

116

192
25
488
2


Total to date


Modified
accredited
counties


Num- Per-
ber cent
92 10(

75 7(
61 5E
100 82
0 (
16 10(
5 2!
2 1

83 10(
63 7:
10 1;
25 zt
21 31
49 5:
17 101
8 8(
0 (
3 11
12 V.
100 101
53 101

88 101
8 II
27 7;
50 7Z
0 4

32 71

6 1
'47 51
11

25 81
2 2 1.
75 7.

36 9:
50 9

71 10
0 I


Once-
tested-
free
herds



182,541
100,000
118,652
133.945
5, 70.5
43,008

22, 715
10.328
196, 451
143, 760
28.878

115, 703
41,998
88.106
4,550

6,084
4,004
6,248
38, 449

256,582

73, 353
242, 210
25,841
78,928
135, 112
665
78,536

9,443
161,359
39, 430
5,319
4,29C
129,554
50, 878

105,477
183,273
12,920


21,949 1, 592 5213,295,236


SNot including part of I county





L.


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds



2,552
1,769

568
20
8
771
13,538
5,941
62
4,461
14
178

92
88
4
10,391
9,374
27
85,308

289
5. 484

506
206
1, 137
8,273
342

125
91f
'E
21g
121
11, 84I

697
63
639
9. 196


Herds
under
super-
vision



187,397
200,000
120, 196
136,489
6,017
43,817

44,674
17,355
196,646
149, 226
28,912
128,241
42,177
88, 221
5, 269
16,525
14,409
6,459
132,813
256,871
86, 073

243,561
26,058

80,085
165,409

1,307

78,668
10,625
161,471
40,159
5.803
18.040

130, 508
65. 089
107, 282
193, 619

14.518S


Inspector in
charge


H. Busman... .
J. A. Barger.....
N. L. Townsend.
W. F. Biles-.....
B. F. Gooch.....
J. R. Corliss -....-
E. B. Simonds..
E. A. Crossman.

T. S. Rich ......
W. F. Fretz.....
H. Robbins.....
Ralph Graham..
J. W. Murdoch .
A. H. Francis...
R. A. Given....

E. A. Crossman.
Ellis E. McCoy.
F. L. Schneider.
H. B. Leonard..

A. L. Hirleman..
H. H. Cobenour.

A. J. De Fosse[..
L. J. Allen......
S. B. Foster-.....
J. B. Reidy.....
E. A. Crossman.
W. K. Lewis....

C. H. Hays... ...
H. L. Fry.......
H. L. Darby....
F. E. Murray...
L. H. Adams ....

R. E. Brook-
bank.
J. C. Exline.....
H. M. Newton.-
J. S. Healy-......
W. A. Sullivan..


191. 7833, 808, 221,


State official


Frank H. Brown,
Indianapolis.
Ray Murray, Des
Moines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmorland,
Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
H. M. Tucker, Au-
gusta.
James B. George,
Baltimore.
E. F. Richardson,
Boston.
C. H. Clark, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St.
Paul.
Charles E. O'Neal,
Jackson.
H. 'A. Wilson, Jeffer-
son City.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
H. L. Feistner, Lin
coin.
Edward Records
Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. McNeil, Tren
ton.
W. A. Naylor, Albu
querque.
E. T. Faulder. Al
bany.
William Moore. Ra-
leigh.
T. 0. Brandenburg,
Bismarck.
D. C. Hyde, Colum-
bus.
C. C. Hisel, Okla-
homa City.
W. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. Munce, Harris-
burg.
T. E. Robinson,
Providence.
W. K. Lewis, Colum-
bia.
T. H. Ruth, Pierre.
J. M. Jones, Nash
ville.
L. C. Crabb, Fort
Worth.
W. H. Henricks, Salt
Lake City.
Edward H. Jones,
Montpelier.
H. C. Givens, Rich-
mond.
Robert Prior, Olym-
pia.
J. B. McLaughlin,
Charleston.
Walter Wisnicky,
Madison.
H. D. Port. Chey-
enne.


* Not including 74 towns.


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BUREAU OF A3AAL INDUSTRY 7

SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, APRIL 9.0 .
; \ .;


Bureau Demonstrations O, 0
Sveterin- ad Premises- Autop-.' lSeSksS-
State Mrians eetgs eti- sies p- ted -
engaged gated Number 'Hogs formed Bure u
in work' treated ^a SS


Alabama ........-------.-..- 1 .......... 95 1 15 ................-
Florida-............ ----.-- 1 1 130 76 1,299 4 8
Georgia .............-------------------- 1 .....--- 133 1 9 1 2
Illinois ......................... 3 6 281 1 39 89 81
Indiana ...................... 2 .--....- 200 --.-.----- -...--.- 12 N2
Iowa ...........................- 3 3 95 -----. -- ----- 14 32
Kansas,------.---------- .5 .......... 18 -----------------......-... --
Kentucky...................... 2 .......... 180 3 186 17 20
Louisiana... ....---------.......------....... .......... 46 8 126 ------....................---------
Maryland-.....-..---..-------.. ------- 2 9 342 ....-------------------- 19 15
Michigan.........----------.....-----......... 1.5 .......... 120 1 51 5 V1
Mississippi-----------..---------- 1.03 1 174 .....---------- ----- ..........----
Missouri.......-- ....-----.--.--..........- 1 1 53 2 97 17 8
Nebraska----------------------- .7 .......-- 46 ...--------...----------- 10
North Carolina.--------------- .7 .......... 45 1 105 2 ........--
Oluo.----------.--------------- 1.5 16 72 .......... .......... 13 .
Oklahoma..--...--................--------. 2 167 1 34 3 7
South Carolina.--.---.--.............----- I -- ..- 41 29 406 2 .9
South Dakota....-..----.--.--........ 1 .......... 58 26 938 7 4
Tennessee----------------....--- 1 8 70 7 114 11 1
Texas---...---------------------. 1 1 52 -------------------- 4 111
Virginia.--------...--------------. 1 4 255 42 217 6 1
Washington........-- ........--- ...-- .5 --........ 20 1 92 4 1
Wisconsin-------........----...-... 1 ........ 41 1 120 6 4
Total--......-..-------------....--... 31.43 50 2.733 201 3,848 247 279

I Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to work.
NOTE.-No work reported from States, not listed.

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, APRIL 1933

Period Ttal serum Clear serum Hyperimmune Simultaneous Hyperim.mn-
Period Tota serum completed blood cleared virus nzing virus


A pril 1 23. ....................
April 1932 .....................
10 months ended-
April 1933.--..........
April 1932 .................


Cc
62, 656,098
121,361,487
682,644,647
952,897,452


Cce
59,314,643
105,699,660
624,987,050
825,354,056


Cc
60,342, 529
120,865,301
730,298,420
1,008.,511,654


Cc
5,384,255
4.456,546
41, 55, 419
47,035,222


Oc
12, 518,998
21,208,3 57
126,314,587
192, 259,01


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula- ...
tory laws, as reported to the Bureau, as follows:
Twenty-Eight Hour Law
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Lehigh Valley Railroad Co. (two cases), $200 penalties.
New York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (two cases), $200 penalties.
Livestock Quarantine Law
Erie Railroad Co., interstate movement of infectious car without prior cleaning..
and disinfection (New York to New Jersey), $100 fine.
New York Central Railroad Co., interstate movement of infectious car without ...
prior cleaning and disinfection (New York to Indiana, 2 cases, New York to Ohio,."I
1 case, and Ohio to New York, 1 case), 4 oases, $400 fines.
Meat Inspecion law
William Becker, Secaucus, N.J., for offering unsound meat for interstate:
shipment, $50 fine.






L SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 49

PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT
Docket No. 412.-In re Northwestern Live Stock Commission Co., market
.'i :agency and dealer, York, Nebr. The Acting Secretary of Agriculture, on February
|': ;4 17, 1933, issued an inquiry alleging that respondent had violated the Packers and
":'l Stockyards Actinthat it had failed to give a reasonable bond to secure the per-
f: : romance of its obligations incurred as a market agency and dealer. Under
date of April 6, 1933, respondent submitted a trust-fund agreement in lieu of a
surety bond, thereby complying with the regulations of the Department. Ac-
cordingly, on May 25, 1933, the proceeding was dismissed.
Stockyards Posted
The Farmers' Live Stock Market, located at Bristol, Va.-Tenn., was posted as
coming within the jurisdiction of the Packers and Stockyards Act on April 28,
1933.

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Journal of Agricultural Research Separate, vol. 46, no. 4. Key nos. A-154,
A-155. Efficacy and Safety of Abortion Vaccines Prepared from Brucella Abortus
Strains of Different Degrees of Virulence. Efficacy of an Avirulent Strain of
Brucella Abortus for Vaccinating Pregnant Cattle. By W. E. Cotton, J. M. Buck,
and H. E. Smith, Experiment Station. Pp. 291-326.
Amendment 3 to B.A.I. Order 303. Amendment 3 to Rule 3, Revision 7, To
Prevent the Spread of Scabies in Sheep.-Releasing from Quarantine San Cle-
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