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ANIMAL INDI
I.ER, CHIEF OF Bl


VICE AND REGULATORY AN


JANUARY, 1921.


[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of informal ion, insi ruct ions, rulings, etc., con-
earning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the service
of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers 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 Printin, Office,
Washington, D. C., at-5 cents each, or 50 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official in charge of
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.


Page.
Changesin directory .....................F... 1
* Notices regarding meat inspection........... 2
M. I. Forms 116 and 121................ 2
Remoiva of hoofs and claws from bog
carcasses ............................... 2
S Fumigation with hydrocyanic acid...... 3
Animals slaughtered under Federal insr:ec-
tion, Deaember, 1920..................... 3
Imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products........................ 3
Foreign officials authorized to sign insi.co-
tion certificates for meat and products for
importation into the United States........ 4


Page.
Licenses and rermi ts for veterinary biological
products................................... 5
Production of antihog-choleraserum and hog-
(bolera virus.............................. 12
Summary of tul:erculosis eradication work in
cooperation with States, recemxner, 1920... 12
Permitted dip for cattle for ticks. ........... 13
Bureau of Animal Industry directories....... 13
Results of prosecutions for violations oflaws. 13
Bureau regulations in force.................. 14
Organization of the Bureau of Animal In-
dustry..................................... IG


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY.

Meat Inspertion Inaugurated.

*752. Mohawk Packing Co., 82 North Street, Boston, Mass.-
*579. Memphis Packing Corporation, 229 Falls Building, Memphis, Tenn.
384. Nut Grove Butter Co.i 106 Noxon Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
380. Howard Pancero, 2011 Branch Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Meat Inspection Withdrawn.
9"19. J. G. Bull Jr., Co., Arcata, Calif.
300. The Northern Ohio Butterine Co., Ashland, Ohio.
E-,5. The Cincinnati Packing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
1i5. A, D. Davis Packing Co., Mobile, Ala.
,94. Arizona Packing Co., Phoenix, Ariz.
366. Ve Nut Products Co., Newark, N. J.
.-.0. International Vegetable-Oil-so:, Augusta Road, Savannah, Ga.

*Conduets slaughtering.
324B3-21--1









Meat Inspection Reinauguraked Following Suspension. :
998. Gor-gin & Tyirip, 1907 Dunlap Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Changes in Names of Oicial Establiashmets.
*747. Peoples Packing House Co., 256 Stark Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, instead oi t
Howard Pancero.
75. Acme Packing Co. (and Chicago Beef Co., Indian Packing Co., Indian Packing
Corp., Martin-Pemberton Co.), Green Bay, Wis., instead of Indian Packing Co., J
and Indian Packing Coip, .
Stations Added.
Albany, Ga., virus-serum control, Dr. Charles A. Klein, care Albany Serum Co.
Syracuse, N. Y. (substation of Buffalo, N. Y.).
Stations Discontinued.
Arcata, Calif. (substat ion of San Francisco, Calif.) :.
Ashland, Ohio (substation of Cleveland, Ohio).
.Phoenix, Ariz., meat inspection.
Changes of Officials in Charge.
Memphis, Tenn., Dr. C. L. E. Kerr instead of Mr. B. L. Laiirieore.
Grove City, Pa., Mr. William White instead of Mr. S. C. Thompson.
Chages in Addresses of Officials in Charge.
Dr. Fern A. Imler, Room 19, Federal Buiilding, Kansas City, Kans., instead of 20
Federal Building.
Dr. George W. Neff, P. 0. box 33, Charleston, W: Va., instead of care State Commis-
sioner of Agriculture.
Dr. W. A. Sullivan, P. 0. box 809 Boise, Idaho, instead of care Director of Animal
Industry.
Noie,
Inspection extended, Establishment 20-A, Wilson & Co. (Inc.', Kansas City, Kaner.,
to include Wilson-Martin Co. .



NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION.
M. 1. FORMS 14t AND 121.

Inspectors in charge of meatinspection are requestedtQ ender reportson M. I. Forms
116 and 121 to the Washington office weekly in future instead of daily as heretofore.
Care should be taken to show the dates on which all certificates are issued, but if
space permits, the issuance of certificates on'several dates may be entered on the same
sheet. These reports should not be rendered for any week during which no certificate
was issued.
REMOVAL OF HOOFS AND CLAWS FROM HOG CARCASSES.

All hoofs and claws shall be removed from all hog carcasses during the process of e
cleaning. This procedure is necessary for proper cleaning and to prevent subsequent
soiling of meat and products. The practice at many establishaments has fully demen-
strated that removal of hoofs and claws can readily be accomplished, and it is deised
that this practice become effective at all establishments at an early date. Sah
time as may reasonably be'required will be allowed establishments toprocureeuitaMe
appliances and train employees to do the work.
4Gndcs i| gherxg. r


* Conducts slaughtering,







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


FUMIGATION WITH HYDROCYANIC ACID.'
Fumigation with hydrocyanic acid is recognized as a practical and efficient means
of ridding buildings of rats, insects, and other vermin. Experiments conducted by
the bureau have shown that meats may be fumigated with this gas without injury
and without absorption of the gas. Such fumigation, therefore, will be recognized
by the bureau as a practical means of eliminating rats, mice, and other vermin from
official establishments. Such fumigation will be permitted without requiring the
removal of the meats and other edible products from the premises.
On account of the extremely poisonous character of hydrocyanic acid gas, however,
it is required that official establishments de3siing to fumigate shall obtain permission
from the Washington office before undertaking the fumigation; that the fumigation
shall be conducted under direct charge of a person familiar with the gas and with
methods of fumigation; that all operations shall be discontinued in the building
during the time of fumigation; and that all requirements of the local authorities
shall be complied with. Inspectors in charge shall convince themselves that the
persons whom the establishments intend to place in charge of the fumigation are
competent to conduct the work. Inspectors in charge will not assume responsibility
for any part of the work or for the results obtained. Inspectors in charge will make
full report to the bureau of all ftunigations conducted in official establishments under
their jurisdiction.


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL INSPECTION, DECEMBER,
1920.

Station. Cattie. Calves. Sheep. Goits. Swine.

Chicaeo ................................... 159,541 41,965 235, 837 416 733,067
Fort Worth ............................. 17,823 12,859 4,023 143 19,941
KansasCity.............................. 74,931 15, 032 81,851 99 231,971
National Stok Yards..................... 32,503 8,217 32,788 76 141,373
Omaha.................................. 61,585 4,997 108,070 ............ 162,096
St. Louis.................................. 16,276 2,205 4,975 .......... 190,338
FiouxCity............................... 23,855 1,803 23,798 1 97,531
Eouth St. Joseph ........................ 23,664 3,072 56,320 16 131i,021
South St. Paul .......................... 23,621 24,526 28,418 ............ 205,101
All other establishments................... 236,545 126,845 355,334 469 2,067,681
Total- December, 1920............... 667,344 241,573 932,417 1,220 3,985,125
1Deember, 1919............... 960,181 311,639 1,234,577 9,581 4,790,353
12 months ended December,
192J....................... 8,608,691 4,058,370 10,982,183 42,477 38,018,681
12 months ended Deoember,
1919...................... 10,08),981 3,969,019 12,691,117 87,383 41,811,830

Horses slaughtered, at all establishments, December, 1920, 22.

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 Animal Industry during December, 1920,
with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals.

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

Mexico....................................................... 2,755 103 ......... 2
Canada........................................................ 18,650 76 16,721 ..........
Other countries........................................... 2 .......... .......... ..........
Total: December, 1920.................................. 21,407 179 16,721 2
December, 1919.................................. 66,959 593 16, 155 157
12 months ended December, 1920.................. 372,246 1,158 166,501 12,459
12 months ended December, 1919 ................ 663,973 21,163 186,074 7,667


1921.]1








BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.


[,Tamary, !,
... 7:n


, ; Japodsa of meats a meat food products.


Country of export.


A iitralia .................................
C"n in'ldi ........ .........................
New Zealand................ .............
S"r i rayv ...................................
Othercounti ies............................
Toial: December, 1920...............
De'-em ber, 1919 ..............
12 months ended Docember,
1920 ... ... ... .... ..........
12 month eirded December,
119iq......................


Fre.,b ,and refrigerated.
Be. Oe Canned
and cured.
Beer. Other.


Poun rids.
3j,109
2,085,165
............


2,118.274
4,177,523
37,841,467
33,059,287


Paont. Pounds.
25,379 ..........
1,177,857 32,471
13,061,092 5,274
...... ... 82,117
77,000 20,396
14,31.328 1 !0.259
1,110,468 73,881
112,880, 750 6,951,432
17,129,887 31,008,160


0 their
products.


Pounds.
...........
25K, 974
3,080
154,940
415,136
610, 50
7, 20,377
7,004,360


Condemned in December, 1920: Beef, 113,689 pounds; mutton, 25,034 pounds;
pork, 361 pounds; total .)39,284 pounds.
Ref uised c.try. Beef. 315 pounds: pork, 2,152 pounds; total. 2.467 pounds.

FOREIGN OFFICIALS AUTHORIZED TO SIGN INSPECTION CERTIFICATES
FOR MEAT AND PRODUCTSS FOR IMPORTATION INTO THE UNITED
STATES.

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


Country, name, and address.


ITALY. .

E. Biusnanti........... .....


Guide Panini........-...-...


Signature.


'0-0


us



t~2~


Total
weight.


Pounds.
58,488
3,295,635
13,323, 340
85, 197
259,336
17,014,996
6,001,92m
161,914,026
90,201, 69


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1921.1


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOLUINCEMENTS.


LICENSES AND PERMITS FOR VETERINARY BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS.

Licenses for th3 manufacture of veterinary biological products have been issued as
follows for th? year 1921, undr the act of Congress of March 4, 1913 (37 Stat., 832),
the regulations m de thereunder (B. A. I. Order 263 and amendments theretot:


Name, location, and address of firm.


1921.
Jan.


ProJuI-ts.


2

2-A

3



























4


License
No.


The Eagle Co., 235-314 Central Avenue,
Kansas City, Kans. (Mailing ad-
dress: P. 0. box 105.)
The Eagle Co., 1837 West Hickory
Street, Oklahoma Cit r, kla.
H. K. Mulford 'o., Glen Olden. Pa.
(Mailing address- Broad and Wallace
Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.).

























The Abbott Laboratories, 4739-4753
Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago, III.
(Mailing address: 4753 Ravenswood
Avenue),


Date.


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



























...do....


Antihog-2holera serum; hiog-cholera virus.

Do.
Anthrax vaccine: antianthrax scrum: ntli-
blackleg serum; antibovine-abort ion serum:
anticanine di.temper serum; antiequine-
abortion scrum; antihemorrhaeic-septi-
ccmia serum (bovine); antihemorrhag'ic-
septi:emia serum (swine); anti-influenza
serum (equine): antipyngenes-bacillu-' se-
rum (boovinoi; antistreptocoicie serum
(equine); antiwhite-scour scrum bovinee:
autogenous bacterLn; blackleg aggressin:
blackleg filtrate; blackleg vaccine;
bovine-abortion bacterin; bovrin-abortion
serobacterin; bovine-abortion serovac-
cine;canine-distemperserobacterin: equine-
abortion bacteria (mixed); equine-abort ion
serobaeterin (mixed); equine-inflrienza
bacteria (mixed); equine-influenza sero-
bacterin (mixed): equine navel-ill spro-
bacterin (mixed); hermorrhagic-septicemia
bacteria bovinee; hemorrha~di.-septi':-mia
bacteria (eq,:inci; hemorrhagic-septice mia
bacterin (sheepi; hemprrhagir-septicernia
bacteria (swine): hemorrhagic-septi'emia
serovaccine (bovine); mallein: normal horse
serum; polyvalent bacteria mixed (bovine);
polyvalent bacteria mixed (caninel: poly-
valent bacteria mixed equinene; polyvalent
bacteria mixed (rabbits); polyvalent
bacterin mixed (swine); pyozenes bacillus
serobacterin (bovine); rabies .vac inc;
staphylo-bacterin (equine): strepto-bacter-
in (equine); tetanus antitoxin, tuberculin;
while-scour serobacterin mixed (bovine).
Autogenous basterin, bacillus abortus bac-
terin (bovine;; bacillus avisepticus bac-
terin; bacillus suisepticus bacteria; black-
leg filtrate; blackleg vaccine; canine-
distemper bacteria (mixed); equine-
abortion mixed bacteria; equine hemor-
bagic-septicemia bacteria; gasiroonteritis
mixed bacteria (equine); hemorrhagic-
septicemia bacteria (boviner; hemorrhagic-
septicemia bacteria (for sheep); joint-ill
mrred bacteria (equine); mammitis mixed
bacteria bovinee; mited bacteria (for
rabbits): mixed-infect ion bicterin (bovine);
mi ced-in section bacterin (caninei; mixed-
infection bacteria (for lowl.s; mixed-
infection bacterin (for sheepr mixed-
infection bacterin (for swine); pi;-s'otur
mixed bacteria; polyvalent mixed bacteria
(equine); staphylo-bacterin (ranine : strep-
to-bacterin (equine): strepto 'oczus-masl itis
bacteria (bovine); swine-abortion mi ced
bacteria; white-scour mixed bacteria
(bovine).








BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.


Licenses and permits for veterinary biological products-Continued.


License Date. Name, location, and address of firm. Products.


1921.
Jan.


Park, Davis & Co., Parkedalc Farm,
near Rochester, Mich., and.Atwater
and McDougall Streets, Delroil,
Mich. (Mailing address: Atwater and
McDougall Streets.)
















Piltiail-hMoore Cd., near Ziondvillc,
Ind. (Maiting address: 111-17 NorthI
SCapitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind.)





















Lederle Antitoxin laboratories. Mid-
dietowni Road, near Pearl River,
N. Y. (Mading address: Pearl River,
N. Y.)














The Wichita & Oklahoma Peruin Co.,
Wabash and Easl Twenty-first Street,
Wiehita, Kans.'
Sioux Falls Serum Co., 2000 Wnbaqsh-
Avenue, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. (Mad-
ing address: Sioux Falls.)


Anthrax vaccine: antianthrax scrum; anti-
blackleg serum; atidistemper serau
(canine):antibemorrb agic-septicenmia sam
(bovine); autihemorrhagie-seplicemia se-
rum ovinee); antihemorrhagie-sepTicemia
serum (porcine:); anti-influenza serum
(equine); antistreptLooccle-serum (equine);
antiwhito-scour serum (bovine); blackleg
aggres-mn; blackleg filtrate; blackleg vac
cine; bovine hemorrhagic-septicemia bac-
teria; bovine hemorrhagic-seplicemia vac-
cine; canine-distemper mixed bacteria;
colon bac-trin (equine); equine-influenza
mixed bacteria; mallein mixed-infection
bacteria (lepine); mixed-infection phyla-
cogen (cquinc.i; normal horse serum; ovine
bemorrhagic-sepliccmia bacteria; ovine
hemorrhagic-septiccmia vaccine; pneu-
monia phylacogen (equine); porcine hem-
orrhagic-septicemia bacteria; porcine hem-
orrhagic-scpticemia vaccine; staphylococ-
ens-streptococcus bactcrin (canine); slrepto-
coccus-staphylococuens bacteria (equine);
tetanus antitoxiu; tuberculin; white-scour
bacteria (bovinc).
Aniicalf-scour serum, antidistemper serum
(cqiuine.i; antihemorrhagic septicemi a se-
rum tfor eattlei; anitihemorrahgic septi-
comia serum,(for rabbits); antihemorrlingic
*septicemia serum (for swine); antihog-
cholera serum: antli-influenza serum
equinee);' alitimixcl-infeelion serum (for
swine'); antis-tn'ptrf.corcic serum (equine);
auto ii.ous bacteria: calf-scour mixed bae-
terin: cainhi antidistemaper serum; canine
distemper-mixe.I bacterin; distemper-
mixed barterin (ror horses); cquiuno anti-
hemorrhagic-septicemia serum; equine in-
fluenza mixed bacteria; fowl-cholera bee-
terin: hemorthagic-septlicemia bacteria (for
cattle; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria
for horses i lcin'orrhagic-septicemia bac-
terin (for she?p); hemorrhagic-septicemia
bacterin (for swinel; hemorrhagic-septi-
cemnua vaccine (fir cattle; hemorrhagic-
septicenma Tweeine (for s hep): hemorrhagic
septiteminh racine (for swine); hog-cholera
virus: mactitIs-mnied bacterin (for cattle);
metritis-nixtd baeterii (lor cattle); mixed
bacterin 'for robbi c); mixed bacteria (for
' 'swin'' norinal hore serum: pig-scour
mixel bacterin: -trep-slaph-coli bacteria
(for can'llcy)s'rep-staph-coli bacteria (for
horses). -.
Abortion vaccine (bovine): anthrax spore
vaccine; atitianihitax serum; antiblackleg
serum; aiilicanine-disteaper serum; anti-
hemorrhagic-septicemia senim (bovine);
antibemorihagic-septicoauia serum (por-
clne'i; antihog-cholera serum; anti-influenza
serum (equine): antiwhite-scours serum
bovine i: blackleg filtrate; blackleg vaccine;
canine-distemper mixed vaccine; colon
vaccine Iequiiie): equine influenza mixed
vaccine: hemorrhagic-septicemia combined
vaccine (for cattle): hcmorrhagic-septi-
comia combined vaccine (for sheep); hem-
orrhagic septicemia combined vaccine (for
swine;, hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine
(for flow's : hog-cholera virus; mallein;
mixed bacier:al vaccine (equine); mixed
bacte ia vaccine ( er swine); rabies vaccine:
staphylococcus combined vaccine (equine);
s' treptoticeus combined vaccine (equine);
tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin; white-scours
vaccine mixed (for calves).
'Aittihog-cholera serum; hog-cho'era virus.

Alitlihog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus.


...do....

















...do....

...do....


[Januarr.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Licenses and permits for veterinary biological products-Continued.


License
No.


Products.


Date.

1921.
Jan. 1


17 I...do....


1921.]


Name, location, and address of firm.


The Royal Serum Co., Adams and
Osago Streets, Kansas City, Kans.
(Mailing address: Packers Station,
Kansas Citv.)
Beebe Laboratories (Iric.', 15.3-163
Weit Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.,
Biologic Farm at l.arpcnter AvCenut
and White Bear Car Line. (Mailing
address: 16 West Third Street.)
















The Stock Yards Serum Co., 211 Cen-
tral Avenue, Kansas City, Kans.
Continental Serum Laboratories Co.,
Isett Avenue, Muscatine, Iowa.
(Mailing address: Muscatine, Iowa.)










The Missouri Valley Serum Co., 50
North Sezond Street, Kansas City,
Kans,
Sihler Serum Co., 208-210 Central Ave-
nue, Kansas City, Kans. (Mailing
address: 1602 West Sixteuenth Street,
Kansas City, Mo.)
Interstate Vaccine Co.. 53 Greystone
Avenue, Kansas City, Kans. (Mail-
ing address: Substation No. 2, Kan-
sas City, Mo.)
Kaw Valley Serum Co., 115 Greystone
Avenue, Kansas City, Kans. (Mail-
ing address: Substation No. 2, Kan-
sas City, Mo.)
The Simonson Serum Farm, near
Hooper, Nebr. (Mailing address:
Hooper, Nebr.)
Kansas Serum Co., corner Noon and
Green Streets, Manhattan, Kans.
(Mailing address: P. 0. box 21.)
The Standard Serum Co., 9, 11, 13, 15
South Second Street, Kansas City,
Kans.
Sioux City Serum Co., 1319 Bluff Road,
Sioux City, Iowa. (Mailing address:
231,233 Live Stock Exchange Build-
ing.)
Purity Biological Laboratories corner
Chambers and Chicago Streets,
Sioux City, Iowa. (Mailing address:
311 Nebraska Street.)

Cedar Rapids Serum Co., 123 Twenty-
third Avenue West, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa.


Do.

Do.

Do.


Abortion vaccine (bovine); antiblackleg
serum: blackleg aggression: blackleg fil-
trate; hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine (bo-
vine): hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine
ovinee); hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine
(porcine); mixed vaccine (for swine).
Do.


Anlihog-cholera scrum; hog-cholera virus.


Ab-)rtion-bacterin mixed (bovine); abortion
vaccine (b.)vine): anticalf-scour serum;
anticinine-distemper serum; antiequine-
influenza serum: antihemorrhagic-septi-
cemia serum (for cattle; autihemorrhagic-
repticemia serum (for sheep); antihem-
orrhagic-septicemia serum (for swine);
antipig-dysentery serum; blackleg aggres-
sin; blackleg filtrate; blackleg vaccine; calf-
scour vaccine (mixed); canine-distemper
vaccine (mixed'; equine-influenza vaccine
(mixed); hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine
(for cattle); hemorrhagic-septicemia vac-
cine (for fowls); hemorrhagic-septicemia
vaccine (for sheep): hemorrhagic-septicemia
vaccine (for swine); mallcin; mastitis
vaccine mixed (for cattle); mixed in-
fection vaccine (for cattle); mixed-infee-
tion vaccine (for rabbits); mixed-infection
vaccine (for swine); navel-ill vaccine mixed
(for colts); normal horse serum; pig-dysen-
tery vaccine (mixed); polyvalent vaccine
mixed (equine); tetanus antitoxin; tuber-
culin.
Antihog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus.
Abortus bacteria (borine): anlihog-cholera se-
rum; anti-influenza mixed bacteria (equine,;
autogenic bacteria; blackleg filtrate; black-
leg vaccine; colon [lacterin (bovine); hem-
orrhagic-septicemia bacteria (for cattle:
hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria (for chick-
ens); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria (for
horses); hemorrhagio-septicemia bacteria
(for sheep); hemorrhagic-septicemia bac-
terin (for swine); hog-cholera virus; ma3-
titis-mixed bacteria (bovine);: mixed-in-
fection bacterin (bovine); mixed-infection
bacterin (swine); navel-ill mixed bacteria
(equinec); polyvalent mixed bacteria
(equine).
Antihog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus.

Do.


Do.


Do.


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21 ...do....


23 ...do ....

24- ...do ....


25 ...do ....


26 ...do....


27 ...do ....

30 ...do .....

32 ...do.....

37 ...do.....


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BUREAU OF AX'NIAL INDrBSTRY.


Licenses and perm its for rettrinary liblbgical'prodwcts-Continued'.


No.


41















48

49.
52


Kansas State Agricultural Coilftge
Vaccine Laboratoriesi Mtmhattan,
Kans.
The SouthwesternSerum Cb:, 308- nst.


Twenty-fnrst Street, anadon premises
of Establishment 202, Wichita, KEmns.
(Mailing address: 308 East Twentyr
first Street.)
Cuilfoil Serum Co.. 1S--2-22NbrtHNSe- Do-
ond Street, KansasCity, Kans.
Shelton Serum G .-, Shelton, Nittr:. ... Do.
Southern Serum Co., Springli'fll.Ibad1, Do.
Westplains, Mo. (Mailing.adflress-
P. O. box 311.)
The St. Joseph Veterinary. Labora1t- DoW
ries, 1502 Garfield Avenue, St. Joseph,. .
Mo. (Mailing, address Nintit' and:.
Mary Streets.)
Central Missouri Serum Co., Hast-End' Do
of East Eastwood Avenue Marshall,
Mb. (Mliling adat-rss; P (oi ti
344.). -
CnamBelt Serum-Co., 215,Winstanly. Db:
, Avenue; East'St Louis, Ill.
'The University- of' California, Davis Chicken-pox
anid Berkplby; calif. (Mailing ad-
dress: Room- 101, BudaIHfIl, Uhi-."
versity of California, BHrifey, Califf


Product.


[Jamunry1 'I


Dale.


1921
J;3n.


vaccine; elticken-por virus.


***'*3


Name, location, and address orfirm.



Kinslcy Laboratories, 40t-406. New:
('ntre Building, Firttfrnth and:l
TrooAt Streets, Kansas ity, My.













The Stino Breeders' Purc Serum Co.,
IA miles southeast o[ Thornitowu.
Tiid. (Mailing addre, :: Thor nt own.)
Tho Sleel.aboratories, Swiftwater, Pa.
The Cutter Eaboratory; Fourth and
Parkex Streets-.andASi sth and Gray-
son Streets, Berkeley, Calif. (Mail-
ing address: Sixth and. Graysou.
Streets.)


An.icanine distemper serum, tetanus anti-
Ioxin.
Anthrax vaccine; antianthrax sernm: anti-
black leg .rum; ant icalf-scour serum an ti-
canine distemper scrum; antidistemnpcr
, and antLi-n.fllenza semrm (equine): anui-
hem orrhagrc-sept irmi' m erum bovinene;
anLttitmorrhagieseptioemiaseriim lovine);
antlmixed-ineection scrmrr (swine:i auto-
genmis bacterirr; lacillus-abortus bactorin
(hovine):- bactltlis-abortus vnecinme (bo-
vine): blackleg aggression: blackleg filtrate;
blackleg vaccine; cal'-scour mixed bacterin;
canine-distemper bacteria; canine-dis-
temper mixed bacteria; chickeu-pox vac-
cine; fowl-cholera baterin; hemmorrhagic-
septicemia bacierin bovinee: antihog-
cholera sOrTim; hog-cHolera virus; hemor-
rhagic-septicemia hacterin (sheep), hemor-
rhavie-seplicemia bacteria tswiaie: ; tflu-
(nza mixed bacteria (equine); mallein;
mnastitis-mixed hacterin bovinea); mixed
bacteria (bovine);, mixed bacteria (rab-
Wits):. mixed'infTction baottbwi winene;
navel-ill mixed' hacterin (equine) pnmen-
monisnmixed bacteria (equine); gol vnlent
mixed' bactenn (equine); ruties 'vaccine;
stapHylococeic bacteria (goats); staph-
strep-colifbacterin (cqflne); streptococcic
bacterih- (equine); tetanus antitoxin;
tbeorenlin.
Antlblaele tg: sernm; blacMeg agressin;
blhokifelg.fHitto; Ulacldeg vaccine

.AntlltogcIhoja scrum; hog-olilera virus.


Antiabortion bacterin (bovine): anti-innu-
enza mixed; bacterin (equine); antiwhile-
scour mixed haoterin (bovine); autogenous
bacteria; canine-distemRor bacteria: colon
bactesinrtbovine):. hemorrhagic-seplicemia
bacterinicnaiculi)2;hemorrhagic-sepiicemia
combined. bactorin. (avian); hemorrhagic-
eglicnria combined bacteria (bovine);
hemorrhagic-septicemia comhincd'bacterin
(equine); hemorrhagic-septicemia com-
bined bacteria ovinee); metritis-mixed
bacterin 'bovine); mixed bacteria (swine):
pig-scour mixed hacterin; polyvalent
nixed bacterin (equine); pyaeme arlhri-
tis mixed t.acterin (equine); staphylo-
coccus combined bacteria (canine): strep-
tococcus bhacirin (equine); streptococcus
mastitis bacteria (bovine); swine-ipl-gue
barterin.
Do.


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SERVICE ANTD REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


Licenses and permits for veterinary biological products-Continued.


License
No.


Date.


I I


1921.
8 Jan.. I


...do.....


85 ...do....


91 ...do...

9 ...do....

102 ...do....
103 ...do.....



101 ...do.....


107 ...do.....


Jan. 10
Jan. 1
...do.....
...do..


Name, location, and addr,:ss of firm.


E. R. Squibb & Sons, Genrges Road,
New Bnmnswick. N. J. (Mailing
address: New Briunsick. N. J.)




Grain Belt Supply Co.. .'2 I. Street.
Omaha, Nebr. t.Mliling address:
Live Stock Exchange Building,
Omaha.)
The Western Laboratoi ie. French
Camp, Calif. kMailing addie.-.::
Twenty-foirth and Bi rad'.ay, Uak-
land, Calif.)
Gregory Farm Laboratory. noar Wh;te
Hall, Ill. (.Mailing addi,-s: Whilte
Hall, HII.)
The Corn States Scrum Co.. 44,20
U Street, Omaha, Neibr. (M.tlingg
address: 1025 Mason Strect. Omaha.
The Lathrop Serum Co Lathrop. Mo..
Fowler Serum Co., Second Strc.t and
Splitlog. Avenue, and 33.5 North
James Strect, Kansas City, Kon<.
(Mailing address: Kansas C it y,
Kans.)
Swan-Myers Co.. 210 North Scinate
Avenue, Indianapolih, rnd.












Jensen-Salsbery Laljratiri> i inc.'),
320 West Pennway, Kari-a 'ity, .Mo.




















.... do ................... ..............
Universal Serum (Co., 101 St. Clair
Avenue, East St. Louis, Ill.
American Serum Co., 2117 Leech
Street, Sious City, Iowa.
Blue Cross Serum to., Superior, Nebr.


Products.


Auticalf scour ser um: an I canine distempr
serum; antiequine influinia s.imni. anli-
hemorrhagic septicemia seruni i for CalI il I;
antihemiorrtagic septicemnia -eriini (for
sheep); antihliorrhianic sopli:eiia im tumini
(for swine)i; antirabic virus: caniLe Id.
temper vaccine; malUcin, tetanus anti-
toxin; t.uberculin.
Antihog-cholera serum; hog-cholera ,.n1 ;
SnCe pJlag'.e Iha let in.

Anlihog-chiolei a SC un:; hog-c liulcia iru'.


Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.



Abortion bacteria 'hovin,': fnian iriimor-
rlhagic-septieemia bact:riji; bacilui. 'mpi -
lil'er bacteria: boxine hJemirnuiIJi- i ll-
cemia bacterin; bovine maltir.,-iii-n\t
bacteria; canine-di.tiempcr bcieiin i mix-
edl; equine-colon hacteyin; qurine hincmor-
rhagic-septicemia bacteria, equine infliu-
Penza bacteria; equine influenza bata(riiit
Mixed ; equine staphylococcuidun iu i'annl
albus bactcrin: mixed bacterm I.ior rah-
bits)j mixed-Lefoction bacterin ifor ;1 inei;
navel-infection mixed bacterLn iequiinei;
ovine lr-morrhagie-sepliceia bactrinm;
polyvalent, mixed bacterin i iliiine i: fw ine-
plague bacterin; white-scour mixed Iac-
tTrin '(bovine1.
.Anticiuine influenza bacteria (mi xeI',;
autogeno0n. bacterin; avian tuircrulin;
hIlaklog filtrate: blacklea vaccine; bo\ine-
abortion bacteria;: borine-abortion bac-
ierin imixedi; canine-distemper bacteria
(mixed), equiue-aburtion barterin; galtio-
enteritis mixed bacterin (equine'. helmor-
rihagic-septicermia bacterin (aviani, hirmor-
rhagic-septicemia bacterin lbovinec; Ihem-
orrhagic-septicemia baeterin (equine:i. hem-
orrhagic-septicemia bactrrin lovine,: in-
fectious rhinitis mixed lacterin kswineci;
keralitis mixed bacterin (bovine ; mallin;
mastitis mixed bacterin ibovinei; metritii
mixed bacterin (bovine'; mixed bacterin
(canine); mixed-infection bacteria (-aviani;
mixed-infection bacteria ifor eattloi;
mixed-infection bacteria (rabbits): mixed-
infection bacteria (swine); navel-ill mixed
bacteria (equine); polyvalent mixed bac-
terin (equine); rabies vaccine; scours
mixed bacteria (swine): staphylococcus
bacteria (canine); streptococcus bacteria
(equine); streptococcus mastitis bacteiin
(bovine); swine-plague bacteria; tubercu-
lin; white-scour mixed bacteria (bovine).
Swine abortion bacteria (mixed).
Antihog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus.
Do.
Do.


324930-21--2


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BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.


[January,


Licenses and permits for veterinary biological producte-Continued.


License
No.



112

















112

114

113

116
117-A

119


120

122









122



124


Date.


1921.
Jan. 1

















Jan. 24

Jan. 1

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Jan. 22



Jan. I


123 ...do .....

126 ...do.....

127 ...do.....
130 ...do.....

130 Jan. 2S


Jan. 1...
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Name, location, and address of firm.



Fort Dodge Serum Co. (Inc.), 6004
Central Avenue, Fort Dodge, Iowa,
and 2 miles from city in Douglas
Township. (Mailing address: 6001
Central Avenue.)













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White Serum Co., 1317-19 Adams
Street, Nashville. Tenn.
The Denver Hog Serum Co., 5030 York
Street, Denver, Co!o.
r ttumwa Serum Co., Pttumwa, Iowa.
The Kansas Blackleg Serum Co., Sec-
ond and Monroe Streets, North,
Amarillo, Tex.
The Giliiland Laboratories, Willow
Avenue, Ambler, Pa., and Biddle
Street, Marietta, Pa. (Mailing ad-
dress: Ambler, P'a.)
The United States Blackleg Serum Co.,
3500 West Tenth Street, Oklahoma
City, kla.
The Royal Biological Laboratories,
317-325 Argyle Building, northeast
corner Twe:fth and Magee Streets,
Kansas City, Mo. (Mai.ing ad-
dress: 317 Argyle Building.)






The Haver-Glover Laboratories, rooms
317-3253 Argy:e Building, northeast
corner Twe.fih cni McGee Streets,
Kansas City, Mo. (Mailing ad-
dress: 317 Argy:e Building.)
Anchor Serum Co., south of Stock
Yards, South St. Joseph Mo. (Mail-
ing address: Live Stock Exchange
Building, St. Joseph, Mo.)
Aurora Serum (o., near North Aurora,
Ill.. (Mailing address: P. 0. box
227, Auror.t, Ill.)
Hamilton C'hemic.al Co., I mile north
of Noblesville, Ind. (Mailing ad-
dress: Nob!esvillr, Ind., R. R. 2.)
Liberty Laboratorie, Seventy-seventh
and Serum Streets, Ralston, Nebr.
The E. R. Alexander Clear Serum Co.,
2109 Grand Avenue, Kansas City,
Mo.
The E. R. Alexander Clear Serum Co.,
210.3 Grand Avenue, Kansas City,
Mo.
The Fostoria Serum Co., Columbus
Avenue, FoRtoria. Ohio.
University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill......
The National Vaccine & Scrum Co.,
'Ali East Las Vegas Street, Colorudo
Sp-riings, Colo.


Products.


Abortion bacteria (bovine); antihog-cholera
scrum; autogenous bacteria; blackleg ag-
gressin; blackleg filtrate; calf-scour mixed
baTterin; canine-distemper bacteria; ca-
nine-distemper mixed bacteria;: equine
influenza-mixed bacteria: equine-influenza
ba-terin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria
(avian); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria
(cattle); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria
(equine); hemorrhagio-septicemia bacteria
(rabbits); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria
(sheep); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria
(swine); hog-cholera virus; keratitis mixed
bacteria (bovine); mallein; mastitis mixed
bacteria (bovine); mixed-infection bac-
terin (bovine); mixed-infection bacteria
(swine); navel-ill mixed bacteria (equine),
pig-scour mixed bacteria; pneumonia
mixed bacteria (equine); polyvalent
mired bacteria (equine); tuberculin.
Anticalf-scour serum; anticanine distemper
serum; antiequine influenza serum.
Antihog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus.

Do.

Do.
Blackleg aggression.

Ant iHreptococcic serum (equine); rabies vac-
cine; tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin.

Blackleg aggression.

Abortion mixed vaccine (bovine); anti-in-
fluenza mixed vaccine (equine); autoge-
nous vaccine; mixed-infection vaccine
(avian); mixed-infection vaccine (bovine);
mixed-infection vaccine (cuniculi); mixed-
infection vaccine ovinee); mixed-infection
vaccine (swine); navel-ill mixed vaccine
(equine) polyvalent mixed vaccine (equine);
whie-sour mixed vaccine (bovine).
(This license was terminated Jan. 22,1921,
on account of the firm name being changed
to the Haver-Glover Laboratories.)
Do.



Antihog-cho'era serum; hog-cholera virus.


Do.


Do.

Do.

Blackleg filtrate.

Antihog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus.
Botalinus antitoxin.
Abortion bacteria (bovine): blackleg aggrees
sin: blackle. filtrate; hemorrhagic-septi-
comia bacteria (for cattle): hemorrhagic.
soul itenmia I a eri n I lor herelp .


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


Licenses and permits for rcterinary biological products--Continued.


License
No


Date.


1921.
Jan. 1



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145 ...do.....

148 ...do.....


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156 ...do.....
157 ...do.....


158 ...do.....


159 I Jan.


Name, location, and address of firm.



Dr. D. L. Harris's Laboratory, 706
Metropolitan Building, 50 North
Grand Avenue, St. Louis, MAo.
(Mailing address: 706 Metropolitau
Building.)
The Eagle Dixie Co. (Iwn.), 1302 Clin-
ton Street, Nashville, Trim.
Manhattan Scrum Co. Fairmount
Addition, Manhattan, Kans. .Mail-
ing address, Box 3.7.')
J. C. Swau-Williamson Co., 311-315
North Capitol Avenue, Iudiauna pJli.,
Ind.







Mitchell Serurm do., 1West Second
Street Road, Grand Island, Nebr.
(Mailing address, G rand Island.)
Capital Serum CoM, 1635 Maury Street,
Des Moines, Iowa.
The Johnson Serum Co., Northwest
corner Crano.aud Jefferson Streets,
Topeka, Kans.
Westplains Serum Co., Springfield
Road, Westplai-s, Mo. (.Mailing
address. Wdfpl3i4s.'
Zell-Straub Labloratornes TInc.), suite
1611, Masonic Temple. 159" North
State Street, ChicLago, 111.




'



Sm i.c erum Co., 4901 South Thirty-
third Street, Omaha, Ncbr.
The Salt City SQrum 'Co.. Fourth and
Grddi Avenues, ,lutrlinnson, Kans.
Rex Senim & Vactinc Co., West of
Lake and Alabama Aveni.e, St.
Joseph, Mo. (Mailing address, Box
I, Station D. St. Joseph.)
I'tah Serum Co., Wilson Lane, Ogden,
Utah. (Mailiug address, Ogden,
Utah )
The Brawner Serum Co.. Converge, Mo.
Dixie Serum Co., East Side Franklin
Street, opposite corner of Jeflersou
Street, Grenada, Miss. Mailing ad-
dress, Grenada. i
Globe l.nboratorie-i, Fot'pco Heights,
near ForL Woi th, Tcx. i Mailing ad-
dress, Fostepco Heighb, Fort Worth,
Tex.)
Albany Serum Co., Third and Front
Streets Albany, Ga. (Mailing ad-
dress, P. 0. Box 121, Albany, Ga.)
Ohio State University, College of Vet-
crInary Medicine, Columbus, Ohio.


Products.


Rubic, arc- ine.



A liLhog-t cholera ,ernm, hog-t holera i rus.

Do.

Bovine contagious-abortion bactlrin; bovine
heimortlhaglc-srpiicr'omi bac rl"Jl; iJVi 1,o
I reptot'oceiii-mi.:tt i l.baLTre ; .bo ino
%Whito-scour inixoil 1acterlin; ca'iir:-dis-
temper mixed bacteria: eqine-druremper
bactorin; equine intluenta-pncnniunia
mixed bacteria; equino iia\-iiuti(.icni
mixed halter'.in; equine staphylmi.oc.uii
alnbus and anurcLI bactorin; 'equiinie tal:.h-
str-qp-coli bacterin; nuix-infrection b:ac-
terin ciwint): siwinc-plague bacierin.
Antibog-chulera ,crtim, bh,..--tholVra virus.

Do.

Do.

Db.

Anfioizi.iui iistc-.mpi:r scrum: awtn'oriclis
bacli iN, ilan heoinrrhagi?-seplIcemma
bactrmini blackleg filtrate; boviine-at.ortion
ba.-terini )iovinei h morrhagi -u.*4 IT J Lt', IlL a
bacteria; bovine masitai strc-ptococcus
beaterin; canine-distemper ndxed bacteria;
cani.ne" lmixoi iiifction liac:terin; ((iiiinh
heirorrhagic-iepticemia bacteria; equine
Inltciiiza-rnixc. batlcrin; ('qtline m1ixed-
polyvalent Iaeterin; oviea hemorrhagi -
set[ic'Imi:i ha'itrin; swine heni orrhagie-
sept..elmia L.a:teriu; swine mixed-infection

A.iithog-thol.-i -crtim; hog-cho!era virus.

Do.

Do.


Do.

Do.
Do.


Do.


Do.

Mixed-infection ba'terin (for "owls).


U. S. Veterinary Permit No. 2 was issued January 28, 1921,' to the
tries of America, 366 West eleventhh Street, New York, N. Y., for
of anthrax vaccine during the yearr 1921.


Pasteur Labora-
the importation


1921.]




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BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.


[January,


PRODUCTION OF ANTIHOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS.

The quantities of antihog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced during
the month of December, 1920, at establishments under the bureau's supervision
were as follows: Ordinary serum, 10,418,789 c. c.; clear serum, 2,786,615 c. c.; ordi-
nary virus, 705,522 c. c.; clear virus, 6,341 c. c.; hyperimmunizing virus, 2,010,066
c. c.
The production during the calendar year 1920 was a- follows: Ordinary serum,
350,395,925 c. c.; clear serum, 39,832,984 c. c.; total serum, 390,223,909 c. c.; ordinary
virus, 21,993,035 c. c.; clear virus, 450,343 c. c.; total simultaneous virus, 22,443,378;
hyperimmunizing virus, 87,338,709 c. c.

SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, DECEMBER, 1920.


Stations.




Albany, N. Y......
Atlanta, Ca........
Augusta, Me.......
Baltimore, Md.....
Birmingham, Ala..
Bismarck, N. Dak.
Boise, Idaho.......
Boston, Mass......
Do.............
Do.............

Charleston, W. Va.
Cheyenne, Wyo....

Chicago, I 1........

Columbia, S. C.....
Columbus, Ohio...
Denver, Colo.......
Des Moines, Iowa..
Fort Worth, Tex...
Frankfort, Ky ....

Harrisburg, Pa.....
Hartford, Conn ....
Helena, Mont......
Indianapolis, Ind..
Jackson, Miss......
Jefferson City Mo..
Lansing, Mich.....
Lincoln, Nebr......
Little Rock. Ark...
Madison, W is......
MonLpelicr, Vt.....


States.




N.Y..

Ga....
Me....

Md....
Ala...
N.Dak.

Idaho.
Mass..
R. I...

N. H..

W.Va.
Wyo...
in....
S. C...

Ohio..
Colo...
Iowa..
Tex...

Ky....
Pa....
Conn..
Mont..
Ind....

Miss..
Mo....
Mich..
Nebr..
. rk...
W i ..
VI ....


Tuberculin tests.


Herds
or
lots.


256

47
117

178

247

74
38
2

20


2

174

49
156
3
108
91
83

130
24
174
263
1,447

148
122
93
3


Cattle
tested.


8,231
1,617

1 ;673
2,060

898
4,998
1,003
1,095

45
626


J,053

3,068
1,089
2,710
2.
2, 868
1,127

1,199
2,517
954
3,.5.7
;3,904
13,979

3,396
2,363
',020

197
1., 411
r,301


Re-
acted.


1,749
21

60
24q
28
118
44
35

1
85




226

4

195
3
79

19
45
161
142

59
4G
:4
56
77
E4


:70


Total
once-
tested
free
herds
in the
State


747

954
416

519
299
1, 4.3
1, 542
35

9

35
S47
3
416
295

975

5
858

133
G'Xi
526

110
1,745
1, 155

335
890
:07

4 39


1.1" t


Total
ao-
cred-
ited
herds
in the
State.


63

9
240

125

33
184
14
29

5
13
54


147
52
263

114

1

85
425
23

65
211
65

.55
181
40
21
49U


Inspector in
charge.




H. B. Leonard...
W. M. MacKellar.
J. B. Reidy......
T. A. Ladson....
C..T. Becker......
H. H. Cohenour..
W. A. Sullivan...
E. A. Crossman..

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

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

Geo. W. Neff....
John T. Dallas...
J. J. Linler ......
W. K. Lewis.....

Leo E. Davis....
W: E. Howe.....
F. H. Thomp;on.

H. Crafke........
W. F. Biles......
P. E. Quinn.....

E. I. Smith......
R. Snyder.....
E. B. askln ....

J. A. Barger......
Ralph Graham...
T. S. Rich.......

C. H. Iiays......
J. H. Busx........
J. S. Ilealy. .....


1.59 A.J. DeFosset...


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-
marck.
J. D. Adams, Boise.
L. H. Howard, Bos-
ton.
J. S. Pollard, Prov-
idence.
A. L. Felker, Con-
cord.
J. H. Stewart,
Charleston.
B. F. Davis, Chey-
enne.
A. T. Peters, Spring-
field.
W K. Lewis, Co-
lAmbia.
T. A. BurneLt, Co-
lumbus.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
P. Malcolm, Des
Moines.
L. U. Cloud, Fort
Worth.
W. C. Simmons,
Frankfort.
T. E. Munce, Harris-
burg.
J. M. Whittlesey,
Hartford.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
L. E. Northrup, In-
dianapolis.
H. Chadwick, Jack-
son.
D. F. Luckey, Jeffer-
son.
H. H. Halladay,
Lansing.
W. T. Spencer Lin-
eoln.
R. M. Gow, Little
Rock.
C. P. Norgord, Madi-
son.
E.S. Brigham, Mont-
pelicer.














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Summary of t u bercu losis-cradIcatio-n work.in cooperation with.Stlates, December, 19230-
Coaintiu.d.
.____________________________1i


Stations.




Nashville, Tenn....
New Orleans, La...

Oklahoma, Okla...
Olympia, Wash....
Pierre, S. Dak......

Portland, Oreg.....
Richmond, Va.....
Do.............
St.Paul, Min ......
Salt Lake City,
Utah.
Do.............
Tallahassee,Fla....
Topeka, Kans......
T'enteo, M. J......

Do ..............
Washington, D,. t..
Do.............

TotaL........


States.




Tenn..
La....

Okla..
Wash..
S.Dak.

Oreg...
Va....

N. C..
Minn..

Utah..
Nev...
Fla....
Kans..
N. J...
Del...
D. C...
Miscel.


Tubereulkin tests.


Herds Cattle Ie-
or [ o te
lots. tested, acted.


4.S

101

103
4S
249
103

-278

267
87
136
76
.. 34
65
2zr


1,363
281

2,284
2,484
1, 703
5,227
2,397
729
7,68 9

1,4S9
1,456
2, 800
1, 996

1,134
SI


13

47
62

109

60
20
164
5-.
51
23
46
47
83


.Total.
once-
tested
free
herds
in the
State.


30%
271
2821,
322
232
9GS
bI9
086
1,137
1, 285
77S
1, 430
1,53
29
220
ri


Ut-

ined
herds
in the
State.


113
28

11
21


60
301
176
731
42
1.
45
133

23


S12 ,20 '2 ...........
d-,921 L25, L62 t,9s6 27,S42 5,0r13


Inspector iu
eltage.




Rulerl Jay.......
RI. W. Tutk......
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E. P. Flouwr, Baton
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J. A. Whitehm-st,
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W. H. I.vtle. Salnm.
J. G. Fcrnvyhough,
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Wm. Moore, R.ilih.
.C. E. Cottln, St.
R. W. Hoggan, S.lt
Lake City.
Edw. Records, Rene.
J. W. DeMilly, Talla-.
hassee.
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J. H. McNeil, Trcn-
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PERMITTED DIP FOR CATTLE FOR TICKS.

The bureau has granted permission for the use- oi "Key Dip," manuaacturedl by
Interstate Chiemical Co., 12 .Bayview Ave-mnue, Jersey,City. N. J., in the official dlip-
piag of cattle' for ticka. The (. ution for dipping cattle for interstate niovemeat
is 1 gallon of (lip to not more than 127 gallons of water. This wiL. yield a solution
csEntsini-ng- ant less than 0.22 per cent actual arsenious oxid.



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY DIRECTORIES.

Officers.in. charge are informed that bureau directories furn.irhed them are intenduled
for the use of em.ploye2a on their forces. Officers are therefore requested to conserve
theli supplies and to refer other persons reqietwsting directories to the Sutperintendeit
of Documents, Governmernt Printing Office, Waslhington, D. C., from whom they may
be purchased at 25 cents each.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS. O LAWS.

Penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws,
as reported to trhe bureau, as follows:

tueSte-ck Qarantite Law.

Chicago & North Western Railway Co., $100 fine and costs.
St.. Louis &. S i Francisco RaiTway Co... $100 fine.
Missou-i, Kansas & Texas Railway Co., $100 fine.


SERVICE AND RE'GLtLATORY ANNYO'UNCEIMENTS.


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Twenty-Eight-Hour Law.
Che31pna)ke & Ohio Railway Co. (21 cases), $2,400 fines and costs for one case.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (7 cases), $825 fines.
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago, & St. Louis Railway Co. (2 cases), $200 fines.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Co., $100 fine.
Baltimore Railroad Co. (3 cases, 24 counts), $3,475 fines and costs.
Wabash Railroad Co. (6 cases), $600 fines.
Chicago Junction Railway (2 cases), $200 fines.
Meat-Inspection Lvw.
John Gilbert & San, New Haven, Conn., $75 fine and costs.
Gamanos & Bn03ko3, New York, N. Y., $100 fine.
Jacob Branfman, New York, N. Y., $100 fine.


BUREAU REGULATIONS IN FORCE.
A list of B. A. I. orders and amendments and other orders and notices in effect at the
beginning of the year 1921 is given below. Each station or office should keep a file of
all such regulations that relate to its work. The bureau will endeavor to furnish,on
request, copies of any that may be necessary to complete such a file. As the supply
of some of these orders, especially the earlier ones, is almost exhausted, station officers
are requested to use discrimination in making requests and to refrain from asking for
copies of regulations which have no bearing on the work of their stations.
B. A. I. Order 92. Special order prohibiting the landing of animals from the Philip-
pine Islands at any of the ports of the United States or of the dependencies thereof.
(Dec. 13, 1901.) Amendment 1 (July 7, 1916).
B. A. I. Order 97. Extracts from existing laws, with rules and regulations as therein
provided, prescribed for the inspection and certification of renovated butter and other
dairy products for export. (Oct. 1, 1902.)
B. A. I. Order 147. Regulations prescribed in regard to renovated butter in ac-
cordance with the act of Congress approved May 9, 1902. (July 11, 1907.) Amend-
ments 1 (Sept. 30, 1908) and 2 (July 8, 1914).
B. A. I. Order 193. Regulations governing the sanitation of renovated or process
butter factories. (Oct. 21, 1912.)
B. A. I. Order 206. Regulations governing the recognition of breeds and purebred
animals. (Nov. 11, 1913.) Amendments 1 (Aug. 9, 1914), 2 (Aug. 31, 1915), 3 (Nov.
2, 1916), and 4 (July 15, 1919).
"B. A. I. Order 211. Regulations governing the meat inspection of the United States
Department of Agriculture. (July 15, 1914.) Amendments 2 (Nov. 20, 1915), 3
(May 2, 1916), 4 (July 9, 1917), 5 (Dec. 31, 1917), 6 (May 1, 1918), 7 (Feb. 21, 1919), 8
(June 11, 1919), 9 (Aug. 8, 1919), 10 (Aug. 6, 1919), 11 (Oct. 23, 1919), 12 (Oct. 23,
1919), and 13 (Apr. 8, 1920).
B. A. I. Order 256. Special order prescribing methods for the disinfection of hides,
skins, fleshings, hide cuttings, parings, and glue stock, and other animal by-products,
hay, straw, forage, or similar material offered for entry into the United States, and
the containers of glue stock, bones, hoofs, and horns so offered for entry. (Dec. 14,
1917.)
B. A. I. Order 257. To prevent the spread of scabies in sheep. (Feb. 28, 1918.)
Amendment 1 (Mar. 11, 1919).
B. A. I. Order 263. Regulations governing the interstate movement of livestock
(May 15, 1919.) Amendments 1 (July 7, 1919), 2 (Apr. 10, 1920), and 3 (Aug. 7, 1920).
B. A. I. Order 264. Regulations governing the inspection, humane handling, and
safe transport of export animals. (May 28, 1919.) Amendment 1 (Oct. 31, 1919).


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B. A. I. Order 265. Regulations governing the preparation, iale, barter, exchange,
shipment, and importation of viruses, serums, toxins, and analogous products in-
tended for use in the treatment of domestic animals. (Aug. 1, 1919.) Amendment 1
(July 14, 1920).
. B. A. I. Order 266. Regulations for the inspection and quarantine of horses, rattle,
sheep, swine, and other animals imported-into the United States. (Aug. 30, 1919.)
Amendments 1 i,Oct. 11, 1919'i, and 2 iNov. 13, 1919i.
B. A. I. Order 267. Regulations governing the appraisenteit of lul:ercIlousI catlle
and expenditures on account of the control and eradication of tuberculosis of animals.
(Aug. 6, 1919.)
B. A. I. Order 271. To prevent the spread of splenelic, scu then, or Texas fevr,.r
in cattle. (Nov. 9, 1920.)
Joint Order No. 2 (United States Treasury Department and fDepaitmnent of .\gii-
culture). Regulations governing the sanitary handling and control of' hides. C.tsh-
ings, hide cuttings. parings, and glue stock, sheepskins and goatskins and i:aits there-
of, hair,,wool, and other animal by-products, hay, straw, forage, or similar material
offered for entry into the United States. (Oct. 15, 1C17. Amendment 2 (.Nov. 11,
1920).
Joint Order No. 3 (United States Treasury Department and Poepailtment of .griciil-
ture). Regulations providing for the importation into the United States l:elow the
southern cattle-quarantihe line of tick-iWfested cattle from Mert. o. South and I'enfral
America, t.he islands of the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribktean r Sea. (.Apr. 23, 191'.)
Amendment 1 (Dec..24, 1918). r ... '
Notice No. 1. Notice under section 2, Regulation 27, of the rez-ulatirns governing
the meat inspection of the United States Departmneut of Agriculttie iB. A. I. ir'er
211), in reference to meat and products offered forimportation into thi. United statess
from the Republic of Mexico. (May 6, 1915.)
Notice No. 2. Notice under section 2, Regulation 27. of the regulations governing
the meat inspection of the United States Department of Agriculture (B. A. I. Crfer
211), in reference to meat and products offered for importation into the United States
from the Republic of Mexico. (Oct. 20, 1915.) -
Notice No. 3. Importation of meat ahd products from Tsirngtan, China. Notice
under section 2, Regulation 27, of the regulations Loverning the meat inspection of
the United.States Departmentof Agriculture (B. A. I'. Order 211 ], in reference to meat
and products offered for importation into the United States fiom T-irgtau, ( hira.
(July 28, 1920.)
Notice regarding interstate movement of horses, mules, and 1aues affected with
glanders. (Oct. 9, 1907.)
Notice regarding the interstate movement of cattle and swine v hih are affected
with tuberculosis. (Nov. 6, 1907.)
The feeding, watering, and resting of livestock in course of interstate transpoita-
tion. (Apr. 23, 1919.)




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Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER.
Assistant Chief: B. H. RAWL.
Assistant to the Chief: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. COHAN. ..
Editor: D. S. BURCH.
Anim2l-Husbandry Division: GEORGE M. ROMMEL, chief. .
Biochemic Division: M. DORSET, 'chief.
Dairy Division: B. H. RAWL, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Con!rol: U. G. HoucK, chief.
Division of Virus-Serurn Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.
Field Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER, chief.
Meat Inspection Division: R. P. SrEDDOM, chief.
Miscellaneous Division: A. M. FARRINGTON, chief.
Pathological 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. SZHROEDER, superintendent.
Office of Accounts: A. C. DAvis in charge.
Appointment Section: GEORGE H. RUSSELL ii charge.


SAVINGS CAMPAIGN TO BB. CONTINUED. -
Presidents of women's org inizations have emphasized the need of the continuation
of the savings work among their membership in 1921.
The work of tho S v wings Division of the Treasury Department has been spendidlyi
successfulin the schools, with the children, and as well with the leaders of educatioifit
thought in America. ..
In responding to those demands from great national organizations, the .Svingyi
Division will intensify during 1921 its campaign ta spread ,broadcast the esii :
facts relative to wise saving and spending and investment and the continued de'elop-:
ment of new capital. .
STHRIFTIS POWER A :