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S. R. A.-B A. 1. 416 Issued Janur

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT O0. RICULTK

SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNO ILWTS
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

DECEMBER 1941

IThis publications is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc., con-
cerning the work of the Bureau ol Animil In iu-.try. Fre-e distribution is limited to persons in the service
of the Bureau. establishments at wnich official inspection work 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 Superintenient of Do~uments. OUnvernment Printing Office, Washington,
D. C., at 5 cents each. or 25 cents a year (foren'n, ,ii cents A supply wvil! be sent to each official in charge
of a station or branch of the Bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force.
A file should be kept at each station for reference.]

CONTENTS
Page
C changes in directory ........................................ ...................................... 105
N otices regarding m eat inspection .......................... ....................................... 106
Resin euaiace permitted in lard and rendered pork fat .... ...................................... 106
Overtime inspection on Sund'a -s and holiday- ...................................----............... 106
Animals slaughtered under Federal meant in.;pecti,:,n, November I 1 ..........-.................... 106
Summary of meat and meat food products prepared and proce-s?.d under Federal meat inspection,
N ovem ber 1941 ............... ..... . ................................................... 107
Publication of import and export fir-ures discontinued ........ .... --- -------- 107
Summary of tuberculosis.er-3dication work in -.i',,-ration with t it .1-) er 1011 ..- ..-.-.- 0S
Summary of brucellsis i(Rane's dise.iie, work in .-ioperation %.ii a -t, No l 11........... 109
Biological products prepared under lic.,nse;. Nov,--mber 1911 -- ----- 110,
Inspections and tests ii tlie [pr )du.rion of :in i-h.,,I.(nolei.a serum :an hoi y r I ses,
N ovem ber : ... ... ...................... tn Ute ^ .- 1 0
Licenses zs,'ied. N ovem ber 194! ---- ----- ---- ----------
Permit issued for biolog;eal pro ilurv,. November llt ........... .... ....... ..... . 10
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws ................... .....110
N ew publications oi the Bureau ... -............. . .... .. .... . .. 4.. ,
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Indiu--try. ............ -. ............. . .. .

CHANGES IN DIRE ",
Meat Inspection Granted _%% 0% 1.
311. Wheatley Mayunniaise Co., Inc., 2440 South Floyd Streetht, f W, Ky. ,'
Change in Name of Official Establishment .'
198. Colonial Stores, Inc., 303-321 Dun more Street, Norfolk, Va., instead of
D. Pender Grocery Co.
376. Cross Bros., 3600--3618 North Front, Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of
Duffy & Bros., Inc.
853. Beemnan Canning Co., 539 Solith Clark Street, Chicago, Ill., instead of
Beefrice Canning Corporation.
969. Armour & Co., Grand Forks, N. Dak., and Morris & Co., instead of The
Northern Packing Co.
Change of Name of Official in Charge
David Edmond, 326 U. S. Barge Office Building, New York, N. Y., instead of
David Edelman (legal change in name).
Change of Address of Official in Charge
George W. Mundell, care Commissary Officer, U. S. Naval Air Station, Corpus
Christi, Tex., instead of care Supply Officer.
Change of Official in Charge
Dr. E. D. Kennedy will be retired effective April 1, 1942. He will be on leave
from January 6, 1942, to the termination of March 31, 1942.
Dr. E. R. Jackson succeeds Dr. E. D. Kennedy as inspector in charge at Balti-
more, Md., effective April 1, 1942. Dr. Jackson will be acting inspector in charge
from January 6 to the termination of March 31, 1942.
437442-12 105







106 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December

Dr. S. F. Griesemer succeeds Dr. J. R. Scott as inspector in charge at Mason
City, Iowa, effective January 12, 1942. (Dr. Scott transferred to Kansas City,
Kans., as assistant to inspector in charge.)
')- Dr. J. R. Pooley succeeds Dr. S. F. Griesemer as inspector in charge at Duluth,
Minn., effective January 12, 1942.
'. Dr. B. B. Bowen succeeds Dr. J. R. Pooley as inspector in charge at Prairie
du Chien, Wis., effective.January 12, 1942.

rOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
RESIN GUAIAC PERMITTED IN LARD AND RENDERED PORK FAT
Resin guaiac may be added as a preservative to lard or rendered pork fat in a
quantity not to exceed one-tenth of I percent. When the preservative is used,
the statement "with not more than .'io of 1 percent resin guaiac added as a pre-
servative" shall appear on the label in direct connection with the term "lard" or
"rendered pork fat," as the case may be.
This notice supersedes Circular Letter No. 2354.
OVERTIME INSPECTION ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
Reference is made to memoranda Nos. 288 and 489 of the Secretary of Agri-
culture dated August 4, 1919, and June 18, 1924, respectively, and instructions
pertaining thereto, relative to overtime meat inspection furnished at. establish-
ments subject to the provisions of the Meat Inspection Act of June 30, 1906, as
amended and extended, and the Horse Meat Act of July 24, 1919.
Under the provisions of these memorainda, on and after the effective date of
this notice, meat inspection service furnished on any Sunday or on New Year's
Day, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,
Armistice Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day at establishments subject.
to the Meat Inspection Act of June 30, 1906, as amended and extended, and the
Horse Meat Act of July 24, 1919, shall constitute overtime work by the employees
of the Bureau required to conduct said inspection. Claim will be made by the
Department of Agriculture for the cost of said overtime inspection in conformity
with the regulations contained in memorandum No. 288.
This notice shall be construed as authority for inspectors in charge to furnish
official establishments inspection on Sundays or on any of the holidays indicated
under the conditions previously outlined herein without. procuring further author-
ity from the Bureau.
The instructions published in Service and Regulatory Announcements for 1938,
pages 98 and 99, under the caption "Overtime on Holidays" shall be superseded
by the instructions contained herein, effective January 1, 1942. This notice also
supersedes Circular Letter No. 2351.
ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
NOVEMBER 1941 1

Station Cattle Calves e ambsnd Goats Swine
lambs

Chicago' ------- - - -.....-----------....------ 126,519 25,.647 203,996 ........ 484.519
Denver--... - -----. ---------...------------- 13.443 1,845 21,941 .......... 2. 402
Kansas City-------------------------------- 68,.313 16,937 6.3..?-9 ---- 173. 133
New York ------------..---------------............4. 411.40 51. 119 229. 917 .......... -----------9. 921
Omaha-....-----------------.. ---------------667..... 2,804 76, 74; ......... 171 39,
St. Louis 4 -----------............... 59.5.4 ,:3112 606 ..-..------. 3:132 i)i1
Sioux City.................................. ----------------------------------:3,. 68,7 841 3.0--- .......... -----5. 7
South St. Paul -----------------------------............................. 77. 932 57.955 125. fi73. .......... 3A2, 119
All ot her stations-- ... ..... 44". 204 :0, 244 57. 522 1. 0fl.3 2, 1A. 473
Total:
November 1941 ........ ...... t. 8.3 175. '0-1 1,424. 31 |R 1,1(3 4. 14.,). 43
November 140... ......... 3, 597 4R2, 294 1. 46. i2 470 5..418. 444
11 munthspn.ied-
November 1941 ... .... .... .941.488 5. -)4, If). 5.1.971 9. 2 4fi, 753.(A13
Novcmh',r 1941) h.I ,9 4113 1 4.921.9411 15. 935. :151 4.270 44.3:134..4
1 Horse. elnughlire'l:
Nov'.m h(,r 1941 ................ ... .. .. ................. ............... 3.227
Novembrr 1940 ....... ...... ... ..... .. ................................. ......... 1. 194
11 miinths ndeiI-
Nrovembhr 1941 ------------------------------------------------------------------...................................................................... 21.72
Novcrn1hi r 1940.......................................................................... 17 671
Inclui'es Elburn. I11.
Ineluilis rsey 'City and Newark. N. J.
4 Includes Natli'nnl .tick Ynr'is and East .-t. Liw;. Ill.
A includes Newiori and St 'aul, Minn.







1941]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


107


SUMMARY OF MEAT AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS PREPARED AND
PROCESSED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, NOVEMBER 1941

Product Qua n tity Product Quantity

Meat placed in cure: Pounds Pounds
Beef --------------------- 14,071,941 Bacon, sliced ---------------------- 25,573,889
Pork.------------- ----------- 243,187,793 Lard:
Smoked and/or dried: Rendered----------------------- 127,715,557
Beef-------------------------- 4,483,126 Refined-------------- --------111,972,009
Pork------- ----------------- 124,911,304 Canned------------------------- 556,054
Sausage Rendered pork fat:
Fresh, finished........---.....-- 14,680,759 Rendered----------------------- 13,863,226
Smoked and/or cooked----------- 46,714,278 Refined------------------------ 6,450,531
To be dried or semidried--------- 8,709,652 Canned---------------- --------- 551,161
Loaf, headcheese, chili con carnet, jel- Oleo stock ------------------------12,670,609
lied products, etc--------------- 12,014,362 Edible tallow ----------------------5,165,499
Cooked meat: Compound containing animal fat---- 12,465,884
Beef ---------------------------- 557,964 Oleomargarine containing animal fat- 4,308, 515
Pork------.------------------ 17,295,549 Miscellaneous----------------------- 3,920,342
Canned meat and meat food products:
Beef-------------------------- 9,405,115 Total------.----------------- 1925,711,468
Pork------------------------- 44,394,031
Sausage.----------- ---------- 10,614,729
Soup ---------- 29,211,359
All other---------------------- 20,246,230

SThis figure represents "inspection pounds" as some of the products may have been inspected and re-
corded more than once due to having been subjected to more than one distinct processing treatment, such
as curing first and then canning.

PUBLICATION OF IMPORT AND EXPORT FIGURES DISCONTINUED
Until further notice the Bureau will omit from its Service and Regulatory
Announcements and other publications the tabulations customarily issued under
the following headings:
Meat and Meat Food Product1 Certified for Export.
Food Animals and Meat Food Products Inspected When Offered for Importa-
tion (including food animals passed for entry, and meat and meat food products
passed for entry).
The suspended publication or other release of this type of data is in accordance
with current Department policy inasmuch as import and export data must now
be treated as confidential. However, the Bureau will continue to obtain and
record the data as usual and all offices which have been supplying such figures in
the past should continue to furnish them in sealed envelopes through regular
channels.







BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[ December


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, NOVEMBER 1941


Tuberculin
tests during Total to date 1
month
State or Territory
Cat- Once Ac- Herds
Cattle tie tested- cred- under
tested re- free ited super-
acted herds herds vision

Alabama--------- 3,444 4 270,875 611 271,445
Arizona---------- 2,663 7 12,236 8 12,593
Arkansas-------- 3,274 2 228,256 ....... 228,256
California....... 158,523 632 74,426 18 74,669
Colorado ........ 5,492 23 60,611 31 0. S46
Connecticut -- 15,877 25 3f,5 17,353 1S. S1 $
Delaware-------- 3,746 4 6,283 2,081 8,384
Dist.of Col-------------- ------ 15 2 17
Florida ---------- 4,462 1 40,580 62 67, 56
Georgia---------- 1,817 .--- 242.,444 44 242,543
Idaho------------ 443 3 51,098 42 51,270
Illinois---------- 90. 3U 242 233.187 684 243,413
Indiana---------- 12.945 30 116,.095 1,339 147,750
Iowa----------- 123, 867 655 169,000 443 194,440
Kansas---------- 4,074 8 170,338 196 171,032
Kentucky-------- 3, 595 ...... 163.647 24 163, ',67
Louisiana-------- 5,772 6. 148,755------- 148, '04
Maine----------- 1,902------ 43,132 171 43,817
Maryland........ 17.534 39 29,167 14, 6F5. 43 934
Massachusetts... -- 20, 187 66 1,061 20, 695 21, I84
Micb-ican........ 30,692 34 2f17,011 66 207,087
Minnesota ....... 31,744 29 l')1.38S 783 1910 22
MAississippi -------... 3,215 -- 2W0. 164 4 2rn 179
Mlissouri......... 2,118 --.. 237.707 69 239. 6S7
Montana......... 9,024 6 72.999 24 73,033
N tiraska ........ 2. 366 ...... 131.8S7 31 13I.. 227
Nevada ----- 1..o ..... 3, 517 2 3.441
New Hampshire. 12.33.3 11 609 17,482 l. tg9
New Jersey..... 22,333 47 1,963 14,444 16,522
New Mexico-.. 70 ---- 22,104 17 25,450
New York------ 166,415 537 6,31S 131,983 138,987
North Carolina-- 3,073 ..--.. 256.1711 463 256,633
North Dakota -- 3,969 1 66,028 40 68, 612
Ohio------------ 48,178 73 244. S27 585 24'. 097
Oklahoma------ 6, 57F .... 27-. 267 25 276,306
Oregon---------- 10,084 33 195,604 2,052 206,306
Ptrinn.yvl'qnia... 64,030 113 152,300 7.034 166,368
Rbole Island.... 2,175 3 2,353 1,299 4,111
South Carolina.- 1, 1, i ..... 57, 04t 86 57,137
South Dakota--..- 28,983 131 73,300 2 73,365
Tennessee-------- 849 ----- 294. 8,j". 24 294.942
Texas .......... 11,589 16 252. 81', 63 292,281
TUtali ............ 1,994 12 87,101 128 87,439

Vermont ........ 18.320 26 57.600 18,210 21 0(W
Vircinia .......... 7,221 .3 191 0113: 511 19' 214
Washinton...... 6,035 31 76.413 32 76 475
West Vircinia... 3.233 2 114,142 594 114,744
Wi'.'.nsin....... 57,001 88 178,749 6 .347 185, 365
Wvi.rnming ........ 1, 5f.3 4 2i1. 1 f 2 20,208
H anvi ........... 1.794 5 ISM .... .. 0I. 0
Puerton Rico..... 10,&4 62, 62.4 31.......62, 1'268
V irgin Islands 42.. 0 3.7. 419 ....... 2 )I

Total...... 1,049.3021 3,0471'..997,662i 2on6.71 I6.237.S2N


Inspector in charge





R. E. Jackson-....
F. L. Schneider.. --
A. W. Rice.......
H. M. O'Rear...
Edgar HIeiny------
R. L. Smith......
0. L. Lockwood--
A. E. Wiht ......
T. H %pplewhite.
W. C. Dendinger.
A. K. Kuttler....
J. J. Lintner -.. ....
W. A Sullivan....
J. A. Barger.----.-
Ralph Graham-...
E. E. Coshow-....
W. A. McDonald-
B. 3. Calv .......
O. L. Lock wood..
E. M. Aldrich--..
C. H. Hays ......
W J. Fr-tz ......
H. Rohhins ......
E. C. IIughes.. -.
0. W. Cronen--....-
J. W. Murdoch..
S. H Still ........
E. M. Aldrich--..
J. R. Porteus-.--
F. L. Schneider--..-
H. B. .Leonard. ..
A. A. Hitiman...
F. C. Driver.....
A. J. De Foqset...
C. H. Fauks.....
S. B. Foster ----.
J. B. Rridy ...
E. M. Aldrich....
W. K. Lewis ----......
Neil Plank.----.--
H. L. Fry ...... .
H. L. Darhy ..-.
H. H. Cohenouir.
N. IT. Howlett--....
H. S. Miller ....
J. C. EXhnp ......
H. M. Newton...
1. S. I alsly .......
F. It. Mplvin ....
A. H. Julien ......
E. E. EMaas ......
E. E. Mans......


State official





R. 8. Sugg, Auburn.
T. B. Jones, Phoenix.
Joe S. Campbell, Little
Rock.
C. U. Duckworth, Sacra-
mento.
R. M. Gow, Denver.
Claude Jones, Hartford.
Harry McDaniel, Jr.,
Dover.
3. V. Knapp, Tallahassee.
Tom Linder, Atlanta.
A. P. Schneider, Boise.
C. E. Fidler, Springfield.
J. L. A\by, Indianapolis.
C. C. Franks, Des
Moines.
Will 3. Miller, Topeka.
L. L. Breeck, Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
D. P. Corhett. Augusta.
Mark Welsh, Baltimore.
Ja-. DeNormandie, Bos-
ton.
C. H. Clark, Lansine.
C. E. Cotton. St. Paul.
E. S. Brashier, Jackson,
3. W. George, Jefferson
City.
W. 3. Butler, Helena.
J. R. Snydir. Lincoln.
W. B. Earl. Reno.
R. W. Smiih, Concord.
R. A. Hendcrshott, Tren-
ton.
Sam DMcCue, Albuquer-
que.
E. T. Fauld'r. AI hany.
William Moore, Raleieh.
T. 0. Brandenhurg, Bis-
marck.
F. L. Carr, Coliimhibus.
D. H. Rir-ks, Oklahoma
City.
W. H. T.ytle, Salem.
C. P. li-'hop. llarrishurr.
R. 0. Bre'sler, Provi-
dence.
VW. K. TLPwij. Columbia.
R. S. Rotinson. Pirrre.
C. FE. Kor,. Nashvillo.
T. 0. Booth. Fort Worth.
3. I. Curtis. Salt Lake
City.
E. H. Tones. Mnntpelier.
HIf. C. liivrnr1 Richmond.
M. 0. Barnes., Olympia.
J. B. Mcl.auphlin.
Charlpston.
V. S. T.arson. Madison.
H. D. Pnrt. Chrvenne.
E. H. Willrr?. Hlonolulu.
Isidoro A. Colon. San
Juan.
0. C. Kendall. Christian-
sted.


SAll Stairs are 100 percent modified accredited. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are also in the
modified accredited area.


108








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOLU'NCEMENTS


109


SUMMARY OF BRUCELLOSIS (BANG'S DISEASE) WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER 1941 1


Tests of Tests of herds con-
blood taining reactors
sam rnpes _
during e
month Reactors .0

0 W 10
State or Territory o

i g.o g
.~.8

a ^s >
V





Arkansas ---------- 2, 41 11,949 40 1, 812 88 9
Colorado 114 2,058 23 761 41 4 297



Connecticut ------- 165 5, 486 26 1, 231 93 -..........
0 033 S 0 ^




ADelabamare ---------2,743 28,975 137 7,71 9 4695 2 31
Arizona----------124 1,544 21 464 38 ---- 43
Arkansas--------2,419 11,949 40 1,812 88 -- 9
Colorado---------114 2,058 23 761 41 40 297
Connecticut-------165 5,486 26 1,231 93------
Delaware--------235 2, 767 52 934 95 20 33
Florida------------ 994 21.691 79 6,877 234 28 112
Georgia---------- 2,922 19,429 84 2,829 184 -- ------
Idaho------------- 822 8,436 158 2,574 382 25 974
Illinois ------------282 5,100 60 1,442 226 5 16
Indiana------------ 171 2,787 13 280 23 -------
Iowa ------------1,111 19.470 391 9,445 1,670 3 290
Kansas------------ 322 4,818 47 969 125 -------
Kentucky--------- 195 4,659 41 1,471 159-----------
Louisiana-------- 2,776 16,470 114 5.232 340 110 1,597
Maine----------- 1,613 14,587 268 4,399 741 169
Maryland-------- 1,143 13,376 130 2,853 265 17 301
Massachusetts---- ---..------ ----- ------- ------ ----- ------
Michigan--------- 1,531 15,798 197 2.460 328 30 133
Minnesota-------- 3,813 60,129 363 8,774 1,279---------
Mississippi------- 1,916 9,834 49 1,925 67----------
Missouri----------- 802 11,048 155 2,943 410---------
Montana---------- 325 7,477 41 2,011 68 117 947
Nebraska--------- 1,421 16,420 86 1,661 178 _-- 13
Nevada ------- 28 1,002 6 138 23____ 73
New Hampshire-- 1,240 12,331 120 2,544 254 ---------
New Jersey ----- 721 9,880 45 1,395 62 93 140
New Mexico------ 157 2,469 14 424 26 ----------
New York ------ 420 14,344 177 6,617 135 658 530
North Carolina --- 4,995 18,389 53 1,572 105 --- ------
North Dakota-- -- 2,032 33.890 167 5,298 441 75 379
Ohio-------------- 652 6,239 14 291 38 --- 83
Oklahoma--------- 461 10.678 88 4,682 290--- 195
Oregon----------- 2,099 22,773 134 4,088 346 99 617
Pennsylvania --- 2,827 39,876 511 10,300 1,181------.--
Rhode Island ---- 35 1,088 8 275 19 ----------
South Carolina ---- 629 3,692 11 473 12 75 16
South Dakota --- 105 4,392 40 2,418 71 128 600
Tennessee--------- 843 7,270 68 2,512 156 2 121
Texas------------- 377 10,312 47 3,518 82 --.... 131
Utah-------------- 497 3.277 66 926 181 1 118
Vermont----------- 896 12,713 304 7,448 01,134 861
Virginia ---..-------. 1,693 14,512 138 4,031 287 ----------
Washington------- 1,723 20,787 234 6,491 616 162 1,029
West Virginia----- 1,389 10,578 34 1, 178 87 -------
Wisconsin-..------ 2,641 44,480 484 13,552 1,484.---- 42
Wyoming ---------- 58 2,025 14 1,153 37 84 202
Total------ 54,477 611, 305 5,352 152.390 13. 436 2.906 10, 10'


1941]


1 Officials in charge of brucellosis work are the same as those listed in summary of tuberculosis-eradication
work.
2 Nonvaccinated reactors held during the month.
S Calves in experimental herds not included.


Total ac-
S credited

0 _______ 1
,.
0o 'C
0
00 0
1.3 03 o-
o 5-

o 0 0
'S3 '2




23 636 121,650 120,297 28,059
---- 11 673 4,059 2,000
54 ----- ----- 199,094 ---------
24 937 2,655 3,783
327 9,862 511 ---------
1 359 7,404 6,293 441
1 258 15,741 23,067-----
50 17 1,593 119,078 227,157
6 2,709 33,082 42,143 --- ------
S474 11,058 13,401 27 0-----9
5,131 92,474 4,625 719
--- 2,764 49,752 26,739 19,602
324 10,269 3,884 1,978
54 1,762 38,985 -....--..
17 --------- 62,932 38,961
---- 208 4,510 7,948 -------
2 3,378 56,638 23,008 2,637
91 4,021 99 ,--------
21 2.326 36,255 26,071 14,312
13 13 379 87,188 16,140
2 437 9,111 7,461--------
-- 57 2,833 83,237----
---- 20 1,095 2,375 368
371 6,183 6,894 1,607
2-- 36 1,250 133 384
---- 3,391 31,329 7,417 169
S278 8,146 1,085-----
2 47 437 .9,739 2,000
---- 1,114 29,734 4,235 36,768
69 98 24,862 233,772 40,000
18 30 1,534 45,017 272,459
3 2,887 53,698 56,631 43,250
---- 1,179 26,970 45,597 5,326
16 1 10 99,787-------
17 6,273 127,098 72,760 169,266
21 574 134 9
5 79 4,991 33,243 3,000
170 3,986 1.827 10,000
6 344 11,657 48,001 6,250
--- 1,058 19,709 2.,539---
2----- ------- 31.599--------
---267 8,448 1,583 15,148
74 237 12, 195 188,506 94,977
16 ---- .---4 68,883-------
24 253 8,406 65,246--------
633,177 643,305 81,027 11,360
4 245 2,947-----
446 70.S93 1,495, 866,2, 013. 752 1.058,130
II







110


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[ December


BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS PREPARED UNDER LICENSES, NOVEMBER
1941

Anti-hog-cholera serum

Period Pr.-surve'd CompWlcIed Released Destroyed

Cc. c. Cc. Cc.
November 1941-------------------------------- 97,184,530 104,138,155 f6. 156, 350 466,556
November 1940------------------------.------- 82,957,946 89,239,490 lIl. 384,905 29, 817
11 months ended-
November 1941------------------------ 1,166, 47, 034 1,157, 165. 086 1. 123. 126, 570 5,537,030
Nov'mrbvr 1940------------------------ 1,090,610,986 1,087, 1Q.-3.798 1,W.29. 518,675 4,07Y,083

Hog-cholera virus

Produced Deslroyed
Period
Simulta- Ibypurim- Inocula- Simulta- Hyperimn-
neous munizinrp tim neous muni7ing

Cc. Cc. Cc. Ce. Cc.
November 1941-..-----------.------------ 4,554,984 17,340,489 56,574 516,341 6i91, 236
November 1940 ----------------------- 3.29i. 'I I 15,611,956 59.522 2,1, 214 57. 640
11 months ended-
November 1941-------------------- 84-1. 075,131 229.210.645 890,762 3,399.751 9, 12 5. 154
November 1940--------- ----------- ', 482,405 2016.., 32.651 727,888 3,499, 155 6,7A0,935

INSPECTIONS AND TESTS IN THE PRODUCTION OF ANTI-HOG-
CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS UNDER LICENSES,
NOVEMBER 1941

Terts supervised
Period Animal in- Animal Pig -;in- Hogshy-_Tse e
spectiooi rejections ocila-tle pered
Serum V irus

November 1941-------_----------------- 251.9') 2,612 20.862 12 '.5 394 132
November 1940.----------------------- 21l. 5W, 1,827 1..978 12, 5 Wi 356 152
11 months ended-
November 1941------------------- 3.34S.3'4qn R '40.210 2!N. 734 17s,i.1 4. X4:5 2, 609
November 1940------------------ 3, 0.1. 4,,11 2!. 3'1' 2.-.. 991 1 ;l. 131 4,2.l1 2, 15


LICENSES ISSUED, NOVEMBER 1941
License No. 34 was issued November 5, 1941, to Peters Serum Co., Live-
stock Exchange Building, Kansas City, Mo., for hlacklce bacteria.
License Xo. 112 was issued November 5, 1941, to Fort I )idtig S'runi C'u., 300 Fir-t
Avenue South, Fort Dodge, Iowa, for pasteurella-1).-d ,(iiiiliuhtIliiricuiiii aterin.

PERMIT ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER 1941
Special permit was issued Novemiber 17, 1941. to Dr. H. Schmidt, Chief, Divi-ion
of Veterinary Science, Texas Agricilut r:il Exprimnent Statiion, Colleg,' Station,
Tex., to import through the port of Bro \insville, Tcx.. one %hipnircnt of tiatrial
organismss or vectors) from Mexico, uider the prov'i~iim- of Amendment 14 to
B. A. I. Order 276.

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties and fine. have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory
laws, as reported to the Bureau, as follow;:
Meat Inspection Act
For off-ring un inspected meat for interstate -hiliimin t:
Chamberlain & Co., Inc., Boston, MNia-.. $,20 fine. (M. I. ces Nos.
1908 and 1910.)
For offering unwholesome meat for interstate shipment:
Adolph Haavisio, Owen, Wis., $50 fine. (M. I. case No. 1931.)







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For offering uninspected calf carcasses for interstate shipment:
Joe Blaskowsky, Hatley, Wis., $100 fine. (M. I. cases Nos. 1928 and
1930.)
Paul Konik, Owen, Wis., $100 fine. (M. I. cases Nos. 1924 and 1925.)
Mrs. Anna Petrulis, Thorp, Wis., $25 fine. (M. I. case No. 1920.)
Frank Torchio, Jersey City, N. J., $10 fine. (M. I. case No. 1926.)

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
[The Bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to
officers in charge uf stat ions and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So
far as possible, additional copies will be furnished on request.]
Farmers' Bulletin 1652. Diseases and Parasites of Poultry. By Hubert
Bunyea, Pathological Division, and E. E. Wehr, Zoological Division. (Revised
by the authors.)
Journal of Agricultural Research Separate A-203. Use of the Penetrometer
for Determining the Firmness of Fatty Tissue of Hog Carcasses. By R. L. Hiner
and 0. G. Hankins, Animal Husbandry Division. Pages 233-240, illus.
Journal of Agricultural Research Separate A-204. Use of Sodium Bifluoride
and Sodium Silicofluoride in the Disinfection of Hides. By C. A. Manthei and
A. Eichhorn, Animal Disease Station. Pages 41-48.
Journal of Agricultural Research Separate A-205. Factors Influencing Rate
of Gain of Beef Calves During the Suckling Period. By Bradford Knapp, Jr.,
and W. H. Black, Animal Husbandry Division. Pages 249-254.
Journal of Agricultural Research Separate A-206. Survival and Development
at Low Temperatures of Eggs and Preinfective Larvae of Horse Strongyles. By
John T. Lucker, Zoological Division. Pages 193-218.
Journal of Agricultural Research Separate A-207. "Particles" and their
Relationship to the Structure of Animal Fibers. By J. I. Hardy, Animal Hus-
bandry Division, and Thora M. Plitt, Fish and Wildlife Service. Pages 295-303,
illus.
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1941. By J. R. Mohler,
Chief. Pages 92.
A. H. D. No. 42. Columbia Sheep and their Place in Range Sheep Production.
By Damon A. Spencer, Animal Husbandry Division, and John A. Stoehr, United
States Sheep Experiment Station and Western Sheep Breeding Laborary. Pages
2, mimeographed.
A. H. D. No. 43. Targhee Sheep and their Place in Range Sheep Production.
By Damon A. Spencer, Animal Husbandry Division, and John A. Stoehr, United
States Sheep Experiment Station and Western Sheep Breeding Laboratory.
Pages 2, mimeographed.
A. H. D. No. 9. A List of Egg-Laying Contests. Pages 2, mimeographed.
A. H. D. No. 25 (revised). State Participation in the National Poultry Im-
provement Plan. Pages 5, mimeographed.
ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER.
Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER.
Assistant Chief: HARRY W. SCHOENING.
Assistant Chief: PAUL E. HOWE.
Business Manager: J. R. COHRAN.
Assistant Business Manager: N. A. OLMSTEAD.
Assistant to Chief: D. S. BURCH.
Animal Husbandry Division: HUGH C. MCPHEE, Chief.
Animal Nutrition Division: PAUL E. HOWE, Chief.
Division of Tick Eradication and Special Diseases: W. M. M KCELLAR, Chief.
Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, Chief,
Field Inspection Division: S. 0. FLADNESS, Chief.
Interstate Inspection Division: A. W. MlI LLER, Chief.
Meat Inspection Division: EDWARD C. Joss, Chief.
Pathological Division: HARRY W. SCHOENING, Chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, Chief.
Zoological Division: BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ, Chief.
Animal Disease Station: ADOLPH EIC H H ( ORN, Director.

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1942

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