Directory of federal and state dairy, food, drug, and feeding stuffs officials

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U. S. DEPART NT OF AGRICULTURE,
BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY.
CARL L. ALSBERG, CnIEW or BUREAU.






DIRECTORY

OF

FEDERAL AND STATE DAIRY, FOOD,

DRUG, AND FEEDING STUFFS

OFFICIALS.





OCTOBER 1, 1916. /





PREPARED IN
THE OFFICE OF STATE COOPERATIVE FOOD AND DRUG CONTROL
J. 8. ABBOTT, Chemist in Charge,



















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DIRECTORY OF FEDERAL AND STATE DAIRY, FOOD,
DRUG, AND FEEDING STUFFS OFFICIALS.

This list of Federal and State dairy, food, drug, and feeding stuffs officials supersedes all former lists published in the Service and Regulatory Announcements of the Bureau of Chemistry. It is corrected to October 1, 1916, in accordance with information in the possession of the Bureau of Chemistry. Officials will confer a favor upon the bureau by calling attention to any errors in name, title, or address which may appear in this list and to any changes which may occur from timt to time.

FEDERAL OFFICIALS.

Carl L. Alsberg, Chief, Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C.
A. D. Melvin, Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry, Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C.
W. H. Osborn, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Treasury Department,
Washington, D. C.
J. S. Abbott, Chemist in Charge, State Cooperative Food and Drug Control,
Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D1). C.
W. G. Campbell, Chief, Eastern District, Bureau of Chemistry, D)epartment of
Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
L. M. Tolman, Chief, Central District, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Food and
Drug Inspection Laboratory, 1625 Transporthition Building, Chicag, Ill.
B. R. Hart, Chief, Western District, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Food and
Drug Inspection Laboratory, U. S. Appraiser's Stores. San Francisco, Cal. Food and Drug Inspection Laboratories, Bureau of Chemistry.
Boston, Mass., E. J. Shanley, Chemist in Charge,
Room 206, Broad Exchange Building, 88 Broad St.
Buffalo, N. Y., L. Patton, Chemist in Charge,
Federal Building, South Division and Ellicott Sts.
Chicago, Ill., G. W. Hoover, Chemist in Charge,
1625 Transportation Building, Dearborn and Harrison Sts.
Cincinnati, Ohio, L. B. Forst, Chemist in Charge,
411 Government Building, Fifth, Main, and Walnut Sts.
Denver, Colo., R. S. Hiltner, Chemist in Charge.
Tabor Opera House Building, Sixteenth and (Curtis Sts.
Honolulu, T. H., A. W. Hansen, Chemist in Chalrge,
Board of Health Building.
Minneapolis, Minn., E. H. Goodnow, Cwhemist in Charge.
310 Federal Offlmee Building, 3rd St. and Marquette Ave.
New Orleans, La., F. W. Liepsner, Chemist in Charge.
U. 8. Custom House, Canal and IDecatur Sts.
New York, N. Y., It. E. Doolittle, Chemist in Charge.
Room 1012, Appraiser's Stores, Christopher and WashingtoII Sts.
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4 DIRECTORY OF FEDERAL DAIRY, FOOD, DRUG, ETC., OFFIOII.

Food and Drug Inspection Laboratories-Continued.
Philadelphia, Pa., C. S. Brinton, Chemist in Charge,
Room 405, U. S. Appraiser's Stores, 134 South Second St.
St. Louis, Mo., D. B. Bisbee, Chemist in Charge,
Room 204, Old Custom House, Third and Olive Sts.
San Francisco, Cal., It. W. Hilts, Chemist in Charge,
Room 33, U. S. Appraiser's Stores, Sansome and Washington Sts.
San Juan, P. R., B. B. Wilcox, Chemist in Charge,
Custom House, 301-304 Post Office Building.
Savannah, Ga., W. J. McGee, Chemist in Charge.
U. S. Custom House, Bay and Bull Sts.
Seattle, Wash., A. L. Knisely, Chemist in Charge,
4145 Arcade Building, 1318 First Ave.
Washington, D. C., A. L. Sullivan, Chemist in Charge,
Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture, 218 13th St. SW,




















STATE OFFICIALS.

The names of the administrative officers, as they are referred to In the laws of the several States, appear first in this directory. Those actively in charge of the enforcement of the laws are indicated by a suitable reference to the particular laws which they are called upon to enforce.

ALABAMA.
*J. A. Wade, Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries, Montgomery.
J. M. Moore, Food, Drug, and Feed Clerk, in charge of Division of Foods,
Drugs, and Feeding Stuffs, Montgomery.
t B. B. Ross, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn. ARIZONA.
*t Chas. A. Meserve, Director, State Laboratory, University of Arizona, Tucson, in charge of foods and feeding stuffs. ARKANSAS.
John H. Page, Commissioner, Bureau of Mines, Manufacture, and Agriculture, Little Rock, in charge of foods, drugs, and feeding stuffs.
0. W. Garrison, State Health Officer, Little Rock; examines foods and drugs
and reports violations of the law to Commissioner of Mines, Manufacture, and Agriculture.
t A. R. Stover, Medical Department, University.of Arkansas, Little Rock. CALIFORNIA.
Geo. E. Ebright, President, State Board of Health, San Francisco.
*t E. J. Lea, Director, State Food and Drug Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, in charge of foods, drugs, and feeding stuffs.
M. T. Freitas, Chairman, State Dairy Bureau, 25 California Street, San
Francisco, in charge of dairying. COLORADO.
John Lynch, Food and Drug Commissioner, State Board of Health, Capitol
Building, Denver, in charge of foods, drugs, and feeding stuffs.
G. E. Morton, State Dairy Commissioner, Fort Collins, in charge of
dairying.
t J. B. Ekeley, University of Colorado, Boulder. CONNECTICUT.
Frank H. Stadtmnueller, Dairy and Food Commissioner, Capitol Building,
Hartford, in charge of foods, drugs, and feeding stuffs.
E. H. Jenkins, Director, Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, in
charge of analysis of food and drug samples collected by the Dairy and
Food Commissioner.
t J. P. Street, Agricultural Experiment Station, Drawer No. 1, New Haven.

Commissioned State official. t Collaboratlg chemist.
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6 DIRECTORY OF STATE DAIRY FOOD

DELAWARE.
*A. E. Frantz, Secretary, State Board of Health, Wilmington, In charge of
f oods.
W. I-,. Messick, Factory Inspector, Lewes.
tHerbert 3. Watson, State Board of Health, Newark.
John 0. Bozley, Secretary, State Board of Pharmacy, Wilmington, in
charge of drugs.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
*Win. C. Woodward, Health Officer, Health Department, Wahnt.
ML. 1V. Dieter, Health Department, Washington.
IM. A. Pozen, Ilealth Department, Washington.
t. \oses Starbecker, Health Department, Washington. FLORIDA.
*W. A. McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture, Tallahassee.
R. E. Rose, Chief Chemist, Department of Agriculture, in chreof fos
drugs, and feeding stuffs, Tallahassee. GEORGIA.
*J. D. Price, Commissioner of Agriculture, Atlanta.
tR. E2. Stallings, Chief Chemist, Department of Agriculture, Atlanta, in
charge of foods, drugs, and feeding stuffs. HAWAII.
A. NV. Hansen, Territorial Board of Health, Honolulu. IDAHO.
*John K. White, Dairy, Food, and Sanitary Commissioner, Boise, In charge
of foods and drugs.
tH. Louis Jackson, State Chemist, State Board of Health, Boise. ILLINOIS.
*W. Scott -Matthews, Commissioner, State Food Commission, 1627 Manhattan Building, Chicago, in charge of food and feeding stuffs.
J. B. Newman, Assistant Commissioner, State Food Commission, 1627 Manhattan Building, Chicago.
tDavid Klein, State Analyst, State Food Commission, 1627 Manhattan
Building, Chicago..
INDIANA.
*H. E. Barnard, State Food and Drug Commissioner, State Hos, Indianapolis, in charge of foods and drugs.
*'W. J. Jones, Jr., Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Lafayette, in
charge of feeding stuffs. IOWA.
*W. B. Barney, Commnissioner, Dairy and Food Commission, Des Moines,
in charge of dairying, foods, and feeding stuffs.
IE, L, Redfern, State Chemist, Des Moines.
MW. H. Harrison, Assistant, State Chemist, Des Moines. KANSAS.
*.5, J. Crumnbine, Secretary, State Board of Health, Topeka, In cage of
foods and drugs.
Geoorge S. Hine, State Dairy Commission, Manhattan, in charge of dairying.
AN. M. Jardine, Director, Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Manhattan, in charge of feeding stuffs.
E.H. S. Bailey, University of Kansas, Lawrence.
'L. Sayre, University of Kansas, Lawrence.
*-ILL. A. Fitz, Agricultural Colleg-e, Manhattan.
Leon A. Congdon, Chief, Food and Drug Division, Topeka.

commissioned State official. t Collaborating chemist.





DRUG, AND FEEDING STUFFS OFFICIALS. 7

KENTUCKY.
J. O. LaBach, Head, Food and Drug Department, Agricultural Experiment
Station, Lexington, in charge of foods and drugs.
*J. D. Turner, Feeding Stuffs Director, Lexington, in charge of feeding
stuffs.
flnwood A. Brown, Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington.
tJ. E. Mastin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington. LOUISIANA.
*Oscar Dowling, President, State Board of Health, New Orleans.
tCassius L. Clay, Acting State Analyst, State Board of Health, New Orleans,
in charge of foods and drugs.
*Harry D. Wilson, Commissioner of Agriculture and Inmmigration, Baton
Rouge, in charge of feeding stuffs. MAINE.
*Wmin. T. Guptill, Commissioner of Agriculture, Augusta.
A. M. G. Soule, Chief Food andoDrug Inspector, Augusta, in charge of foods,
drugs, and feeding stuffs.
flames M. Bartlett, Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono. MARYLAND.
Chas. Caspari, Jr., Food and Drug Commissioner, Department of Health, 16
W. Saratoga Street, Baltimore, in charge of foods and( drugs.
H. B. McDonnell, Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station, College Park,
in charge of feeding stuffs.
MASSACHUSETTS.
*Allan J. McLaughlin, Commissioner of Health, State Department of Health,
144 State House, Boston.
tHerman C. Lythgoe, Director, Division of Foods and Drugs, State Department of Health, Boston, in charge of foods and drugs.
Wilfrid Wheeler, Secretary, State Board of Agriculture, 130 State House,
Boston, in charge of dairying and milk products.
Win. P. Brooks, Director, Agricultural Experiment Station, Amherst.
*P. H. Smith, Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station, Amherst, in charge
of feeding stuffs.
MICHIGAN.
*James W. Helmne, Dairy and Food Commissioner, Lansing, in charge of
foods, dairying, and drugs.
1A. R. Todd, State Analyst, Dairy and Food Department, Lansing.
*A. J. Patten, Chemist, Division of Chemistry, Agricultural Experiment Station, East Lansing, Mich., in charge of feeding stuffs. MINNESOTA.
*J. J. Farrell, Dairy and Feed Colmmissioner, New Capitol, St. Paul, in
charge of dairying, foods, and feeding stuffs.
John McCabe, Assistant Commissioner. New Capitol, St. Paul.
tJulius Hortvet, State Dairy and Food Conmmnission, Old Capitol, St. Paul. MISSISSIPPI.
*tW. F. Hand, State Chemist, Agricultural and Mechanical College, Agricultural College, in charge of foods and the analysis of feeding stuffs,
P. P. Garner, Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce, Jackson, in
charge of feeding stuffs.
MISSOURI.
*F. H. Fricke, Food and Drug Connmmissioner, La Salle Building, St. Louis, in
charge of foods and drugs.
E. G. Bennett, Bureau of Dairying, Columbia, in charge of dairying.
tH. Edmund Wiedemian, State Food and Drug Department, Chemical Building, St. Louis.
Commissioned State official. t Collaborating chemist.





8 DIRECTORY OF STATE DAIRY, FOOD,

MONTANA.
*W. F. Cogswell, Executive Officer, Department of Public Health, Helena, in
charge of foods and drugs.
A. G. Scholes, State Dairy Commissioner, Helena, in charge of dairying.
tWin. M. Cobleigh, Montana Agricultural College, Bozeman. NEBRASKA.
*Clarence E. Harman, Deputy Commissioner, Food, Drug, Dairy, and Oil
Commission, Lincoln, in charge of foods, feeding stuffs, drugs, and
dairying.
tW. S. Frisbie, Chemist, State Food, Drug, Dairy, and Oil Commission,
Lincoln.
NEVADA.
*t. C. Dinsmore, Pure Food and Drug Commissioner, Reno, In charge of
foods, feeding stuffs, and drugs.
M. B. Kennedy, Assistant Commissioner, Reno. NEW HAMPSHIRE.
*Irving A. Watson, Secretary, State Board of Health, State House, Concord.
tChas. D. Howard, Chemist, State Board of Health, Concord, in charge of
foods and- drugs.
B. E. Curry, Chemist, Durham, in charge of feeding stuffs. NEW JERSEY.
Jacob C. Price, Director, Department of Health, Trenton.
*tR. B. Fitz-Randolph, Assistant Director, Department of Health, Trenton,
in charge of foods and drugs.
tW. G. Tice, Chief, Department of Foods and Drugs, Trenton.
J. G. Lipman, Director of Agricultural Experiment Station, New Brunswick, in charge of feeding stuffs.
Geo. W. McGuire, Chief, Bureau of Creamery and Dairy Inspection, Trenton, in charge of dairy and creamery products.
*tChas. S. Cathcart, State Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station, New
Brunswick.
NEW YORK.
*Chas. S. Wilson, Commissioner of Agriculture, Albany.
E. F. Burke, Department of Agriculture, Albany, in charge of foods and
feeding stuffs.
George L. Flanders, Counsel, Department of Agriculture, Albany.
W. L. Bradt, Secretary, Board of Pharmacy, Albany, in charge of drugs.
tE. J. Wheeler, State Department of Agriculture, 79 Chapel Street, Albany. NORTH CAROLINA.
*W. A. Graham, Commissioner of Agriculture, Raleigh.
tW. M. Allen, State Food Chemist, Food and Oil Division, in charge of ;oods
and drugs, Raleigh.
B. W. Kilgore, State Chemist, Department of Agriculture, Raleigh, In
charge of feeding stuffs.
tJ. M. Pickel, Department of Agriculture, Raleigh. NORTH DAKOTA.
*tE. F. Ladd, Food Conmmissioner, Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural College, in charge of foods, feeding stuffs, and drugs. OHIO.
*T. L. Calvert, Chief, Dairy and Food Division. State Board of Agriculture,
Columbus.
tWin. McPherson, Ohio State University, Columbus.
S. K. Johnson, Chief, Bureau of Inspection, Board of Agriculture, Columbus,
in charge of feeding stuffs.

Commissioned State official. t Collaborating bchemiut.





DIUG, AND FEEDING STUFFS OFFICIALS. 9

A OKLAHOMA.
*J. W. Duke, Commissioner, Department of Public Health, Guthrie, in charge
of foods and drugs.
Hardee Chambliss, Assistant Commissioner, Director of Laboratories,
Guthrie.
t. M. Gault, President, State Board of Agriculture, Oklahoma City, In
charge of feeding stuffs.
A. F. Howe, Dairy Commissioner, State Board of Agriculture, Oklahoma City.
fGuy Y. Williams, Professor of Chemistry, University of Oklahoma, Norman.
t las. K. Francis, Chief Chemist, Agricultural and Mechanical College, Stillwater.
-OREGON.
*J. D. Mickle, Dairy and Food Commissioner, 510 Worcester Building,
Portland, in charge of foods, feeding stuffs, and dairying.
tA. S. Wells, State Chemist, State Dairy and Food Commission, 510 Worcester Building, Portland.
PENSYLVANIA.
*James Foust, Dairy and Food Commissioner, Department of Agriculture,
Harrisburg, in charge of foods and dairying. #
tJ. W. Kellogg, Chief Chemist, Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture, Harrisburg, in charge of feeding stuffs.
L. L. Walton, Drug Control, Williamsport.
tWin. Frear, State College.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
Victor G. Heiser, Bureau of Health, Manila.
PORTO RICO.
*W. F. Lippitt, Director of Sanitation, P. 0. Box 1108, San Juan.
tRafael del Valle Sarraga, Service of Sanitation, P. 0. Box 935, San Juan.
RHODE ISLAND.
*Frank A. Jackson, Chairman, Board of Food and Drug Commissioners,
Room 21, State House, Providence, in charge of foods and drugs.
Burt L. Hartwell, Director, Agricultural Experiment Station, Kingston, in
charge of feeding stuffs.
P. H. Wessels, Agricultural Experiment Station, Kingston, assistant In
charge of feeding stuffs.
tPhilip H. Mitchell, Brown, University, Providence.
tFranklin N. Strickland, Executive Secretary-Chemist, Room 21, State
House, Providence.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
*E. J. Watson, Commissioner of Agriculture, Commerce, and Industries,
Columbia, in charge of feeding stuffs, foods, and drugs.
tA. C. Summers, Department of Agriculture, Commerce, and Industries,
Columbia.
SOUTH DAKOTA.
*tGuy G. Frary, Food and Drug Commissioner, Vermilion, in charge of foods,
drugs, and feeding stuffs.
A. P. Ryger, Dairy Expert, Dairy Expert Department, Brookings, in charge
of dairies and dairy products.
TENNESSEE.
*Harry L. Eskew. Food and Drug Commissioner, Nashville, in charge of
foods and drugs.
tD. L. Weatherhead, Chief Chemist, Department of Foods and Drugs,
Nashville.
*H. K. Bryson, Commissioner of Agriculture, Nashville, in charge of feedilg
stuffs.

Commissioned State official, t Collaboating chemist.





10 DIRECTORY OF STATE DAIRY, FOOD, DRUG, ETC., OFFICIAL.

TEXAS.
*R. H. Hoffman, Jr., Dairy and Food Commissioner, Austin, in charge of
foods and drugs.
*B. Youngblood, Director Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station,
in charge of feeding stuffs.
*G. S. Fraps, State Chemist, College Station.
T"E. H. Golaz, Chemist, Dairy and Food Department, Austin. UTAH.
*Heber C. Smith, Commnissioner, Dairy and Food Department, Salt Lake
City.
tHernian Harms, State Dairy and Food Bureau, 312 Boyd Park Building,
Salt Lake City.
VERMONT.
*Chlias. F. Dalton, Secretary, State Board of Health, 184 Church Street, Burlington, in charge of foods and drugs.
C. H. Jones, Director, Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington, In
charge of feeding stuffs.
tChas. F. Whitney, Chemist, State Board of Health, 184 Church Street,
Burlington.
VIRGINIA.
*Benj. L. Purcell, Dairy and Food Commissioner, Department of Agriculture
and Immigration, Richmond, in charge of dairying, foods, and feeding
stuffs.
E. L. Brandis. State Board of Pharmacy, Richmond, in charge of drugs.
tC. M. Bradbury, State Department of Agriculture and Immigration, Division of Chemistry, Richmond. WASHINGTON.
H. T. Graves, Acting Conmmissioner of Agriculture, Division of Dairy and
Live Stock, Olympia.
*J. J. Higgins, Assistant Commissioner, Division of Foods, Feeds, Fertilizers,
Drugs, etc., State Department of Agriculture, Olympia, in charge of
foofls, feeding stuffs, and drugs.
tGeo. A. Olson, State Chemist, Pullman.
tChas. W. Johnson, State Chemist, Seattle. WEST VIRGINIA.
H. E. Williams, Conmnissioner of Agriculture, Charleston, in charge of foods
and drugs.
WISCONSIN.
George J. Weigle, Dairy and Food Commissioner. Madison, in charge of
dairying, foods, and drugs.
*H. L. Russell, Director, Agricultural Experiment Station, Madlison, in charge
of feeding stuffs.
Itichard Fischer, State IDairy and Food Coimnissioner, Madison.
Wallace II. Strowd, ('hemnist in Charge, Feed and Fertilizer Control,
Madison.
tH. Klueter, ('iemist. Foond and Drug Department, Madison. WYOMING.
*Maurice Groshon, Dairy, Fund, and Oil Comnissioner. Cheyenne, in charge
of foods, feeding stuffs, al drugs.
Bltoss B. Mouidy, University of Wyoming, Laramie.
Conissioal'n State officul, t 'olhhorntlng chemist.



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