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Tomato growing in Florida
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VOLUME 31


FLORIDA QUARTERLY

BULLETIN



January 1, 1921

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

W. A. McRAE
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE


REPORT OF THE CHEMICAL DIVISION.



R. E. ROSE
STATE CHEMIST


Entered January 31, 1903, at Tallahassee, Florida, as second-class matter
under Act of Congress of June, 1900.


These Bulletins Are Issued Free to Those Requesting Them.


T J. APPLEYARD, PRINTER, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIBA


NUMBER 1
















CONTENTS


Letter of Transmittal.

Summary of Expenditures and of Analyses.

Complexity and Contradictions of Control
Laws-Their Various Amendments.

Saccharin, a Drug Substitute for Sugar.

Detailed Report of Analyses of Fertilizers,
Feed Stuffs, Foods, Drugs and Oils.

Detailed Expenditures of the Chemical Divi-
sion.


~32~ 5












STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT, 1920


Tallahassee, Fla., January 4, 1921.
To His Excellency,
Cary A. Hardee, Governor,
Tallahassee, Florida.

Sir*--I have the honor to submit the following report
of the Chemical Division of the Agricultural Department
of the State of Florida, for the year ending December 31,
1920.
The report of the State Treasurer shows the sale of
inspection stamps covering 272,316.08 tons of commer-
cial fertilizers and cotton seed meal-
Amounting to ............................ $ 68,079.02
And 160,522.24 tons of Commercial Feeding
Stuffs-
Amounting to ............................$ 40,130.56

A total revenue of. .................... $108,209.58
paid into the State Treasury to the credit of the General
Revenue Fund; from which is to be deducted the total ex-
penses of the Chemical Division incident to the execution
of the Fertilizer, Feed Stuff, Pure Food and Drug, and
Immature Citrus Fruit Laws. The total expenses of the
Chemical division, as audited and approved by the State
Chemist and approved by the Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, in accordance with the opinions of the Attorney
General of December 7, 1917, August 1, 1919, and October
3, 1919, being $20,331.74, showing a balance of $87,877.73
paid into the General Revenue Fund of the State A
summary of these expenses will be found on the succeed-
ing page. A detailed financial report will be found in
the last pages of this report. For additional expendi-
tures of the funds charged to the State Chemist, and paid
upon the approval of the Commissioner of Agriculture
only, I would respectfully refer to the Report of the
Commissioner of Agriculture.











SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES AUDITED AND
APPROVED BY THE STATE CHEMIST 1920, AS
PROVIDED BY SEC. 5, CHAPTER 7783, ACTS
OF 1919.

Salary of the State Chemist................ 3,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Fertilizers.... 2,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Food and
D rugs ................................. 2,000.00
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Stock Feed... 2,01t1.U0
Salary of Asst. State Chemist, Oils.........
Salary three Food and Drug Inspectors..... 5,400.00
Salary of Clerk Chemical Division.......... 1,200.00
Salary Janitor ........................... 480.00
*Traveling Expenses three Food and Drug
Inspectors ...........................
Samples and Incidentals, Pure Food Depart-
m ent ................................... 2,274.70
Chemicals, apparatus and incidentals, State
Laboratory ............................. 1,047.77
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and As-
sistants ................................ 664.73,
Postage, State Chemist .................... 181.90
*Salaries of Citrus Fruit Inspectors........
*Traveling Expenses Citrus Fruit Inspectors
*Sundries Citrus Fruit Inspectors .......... 82.38

Total expenses Chemical Division ........ $ 20,331.74
To credit General Revenue................ $ 87,877.73

'Gross Revenue ................... ....$108,209.58

Appropriation, 1920 ...................... $ 24,680.00
Expenses Chemical Division ............... $ 20,331.73

Unexpended appropriation ................. $ 4,348.27

*NOTE-See opinions of Attorney General, Dec. 7,
1917, Aug. 1, 1919, Oct. 13, 1919.











SUMMARY OF ANALYTICAL REPORT, 1920.

The following analyses were made during the year:
Official samples fertilizers .....................
Special samples fertilizers (sent in by citizens).. 4
Official samples feed stuff .....................
Special samples feed stuff (sent in by citizens)..
Official Food and Drug samples ...............
Special food and drug stmples (sent in by citizens)
Official samples citrus fruit ....................
Special samples citrus fruit ...................
G gasoline ...................................... 1
K erosene ......................................


48
15
127
17
360
42
40
77
11
14


W ater sam ples ................................ 11
Miscellaneous samples (sent in by citizens)...... 72

Total number analyses ......................2,834

SPECIAL SAMPLES DRAWN BY PURCHASERS.

The Florida law is peculiar in this respect, permitting
citizens, purchasers of lawful feeds and fertilizers that
are duly registered, under oath with the Commissioner
of Agriculture as evidenced by the guarantee tag and
stamp upon each package, to draw samples of the same,
according to law, rules and regulations, to prevent the
submission of spurious samples, and obtain, without cost,
a certificate of analysis by the State Chemist. In case
of deficiency in the goods so purchased, the sample being
properly drawn, packed and transmitted, according to
law and regulations, the purchaser can, upon proof of
the fact, obtain a judgment for double the amount of the
price of the goods, while the dealer will be subject to the
penalties of the law. This provision of the law, how-
ever, does not apply to illegitimate goods sold by un-
registered, unlawful dealers or their agents; consumers
who purchase such unlawful goods having no recourse
under the law, for damages.











FERTILIZERS SUMMARY.

GORDON HART, B. S., ANALYST.

Official samples fertilizer ........................ 48
Special samples fertilizer ........................ 415

Total analyses fertilizer department............. 463

The 33 samples of complete fertilizer drawn by the
State Chemists and Inspectors had the following overage
composition and guarantee:
Avail.
Ammonia. Phos. Acid. Potash.
Official analysis ........ 4.01% 7.51% 3.47%
Guarantee ............. 3.62% 7.04% 3.09%
Excess above guarantee.. 0.39% 0.47% 0.36%

Average State value found, per ton ............. 41.72
Average State value guaranteed, per ton......... $ 37.92

EXCESS 0.20% ABOVE GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers exceeding the guarantee
0.20% (twenty points) as follows:

In Ammonia ................. 15 samples, or 45.4%
In Available Phosphoric Acid.... 18 samples, or 54.5%
In Potash .................... 19' samples, or 57.5%

DEFICIENCY 0.20% BELOW GUARANTEE.

We find complete fertilizers below guarantee 0.20%
(twenty points) as follows:
In Ammonia .................. 0 samples, or 0%
In Available Phosphoric Acid.... 8 samples, or 24.2%
In Potash ...................... 2 samples, or 6.6%










9

SUMMARY COMMERCIAL STOCK FEED.

E. PECK GREENE, B. S., Analyst.

The following analyses have been made during the
year:
Official samples feed stuff ...................... 127
Special samples feed stuff ...................... 17

Total analyses Feed Department ............... 144

The average composition of the official samples was
as follows:
Starch and
Protein. Sugar. Fat.
Official analysis ........ 14.82% 50.44% 3.13%
Guaranteed analysis ..... 14.16% .... .50.43o. .... 2.77%

Average excess ......... 0.66 0.01 0.36

We find the official samples of feed stufts exceed the
guarantee 0.20% (twenty points) as follows:

In protein .................... 93 samples, or 73.22%
In starch and sugar ........... 55 samples, or 43.30%
In fats ...................... 59 samples, ,or 46.45%

There was a deficiency of 0.20% (twenty points) as
follows:

In protein .................... 14 samples, or 11.02%
In starch and sugar .......... 67 samples, or 52.75%
In fats ....................... 20 samples, or 15.74%









10

FOOD AND DRUGS SUMMARY.

A. M. HENRY, B. s, ANALYST.

Official food and drug samples................ 360
Special food and drug samples ................ 42
W ater samples .............................. 11

Total food and drug sampl.. es ............ 413
Official citrus fruit samples .................. 40
Special citrus fruit samples .................. 77

Total citrus fruit samples.. ............... 117

Grand total food and drug samples.......... 520










11

CITRUS FRUIT SUMMARY.

SPECIAL OFFICIAL


INSPECTORS m


0 0 O

Carter, A. B., Miami.... 14 0 10 0 24

Grayam, F. W., Sanford. 17 13 12 2 44

Hackney, W. L., Safety
Harbor .............. 6 12 4 1 23

McKinney, J. W., Oxford. 3 12 1 10 26

Total number of sam-
ples or 1920 ......... 40 37 27 13 117

Total number of sam-
ples for 1919 ........ 155 103 127 30 415

Total number of sam-
ples for 1918 ........ 239 112- 67 25 443

Total number of sam-
ples for 1917 ........ 135 24 163 10 332

Total number of sam-
ples or 1916 ......... 238 87 199 25 549

Total number of sam-
ples or 1915 ......... ....... .. ............ 304

Total number of sam-
ples since adoption
of U. S. Standard .............. ..... 2,159









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SUMMARY OF OIL ANALYSIS.

E. T. CASLER, B. S., ANALYST.

Special gasoline samples analyzed.. 14
Official gasoline samples analyzed.. 1197
Total ......................... 1211

Official kerosene samples analyzed. 414
Total .......................... 414

Total oil samples analyzed ..... 1625

Illegal official gasoline samples... 58
Per cent ................ 4.85
Percent legal official gasoline sam-
ples ........................... 95.15

Illegal special gasoline samples.... 3
Per cent ................ 21.44
Percent legal special gasoline sam-
ples .......................... 78.56

Illegal official kerosene samples.... 11
Per cent ................ 2.66
Legal official kerosene samples (Per
cent) ......................... 97.34











STATE FERTILIZER VALUATIONS.

(Biased on Commercial Values, January 4, 1921.)

For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia
and Potash for the Season 1920:

Available Phosphoric Acid ............ $ .071/2 a pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ............ .02 a pound
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) .25 a pound
Potash (as actual potash, K20) ...... .15 a pound
If calculated; by units:
Available Phosphoric Acid ............ 1.50 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid ............. .40 per unit
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) 5.00 per unit
Potash .............................. 3.00 per unit
With a uniform allowance of $3.50 per ton for mixing
and bagging.
A unit is twenty pounds, or 1 per cent. of a ton. We
find this to be the easiest and quickest method for cal-
culating the value of fertilizer. To illustrate this, take,
for example, a fertilizer which analyzes as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid.. .6.22 per cent.x 1.50-$ 9.33
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid..1.50 per cent.x .40- .60
Ammonia ................. 3.42 per cent.x 5.'00- 17.10
Potash ................... 3.23 per cent.x 3.00- 9.69
Mixing and bagging ............................ 3.50

Commercial value at seaports ............... 40.22

Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid .. 8 per cent.x$1.50-$12.00
Ammonia .................. 2percent.x 5.00- 10.00
Potash .................... 2per cent.x 3.00- 6.00
Mixing and bagging .......................... 3.50

Commercial value at seaports .............. .31.50
The valuations and market prices in preceding illus-
trations are based on market prices for one-ton lots.











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MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZING MA-
TERIALS AT FLORIDA SEAPORTS, JAN. 1, 1921.


MATERIAL


COMPOSITION


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Dissolved bone black... 16

High grade acid phos-
phate ................ 17

High grade acid phos-
phate ................ 16

Low grade acid phos-
phate ............... .. 14

Hardwood ashes ....... .......

Hardwood ashes ..............

Nebraska potash .............

Muriate of potash ............

Sulphate of potash ...........

Double manure salt.... .......

Manure salt ........... .......





Nitrate of potash....... .......

Shrimp scrap ......... 4

Cotton seed meal ...... 2.5

Sheep manure ......... 1.5

Goat manure .......... .......

Ground tobacco stems.. .......

Ground tobacco stems.. .......


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.. $ 34.00


....... 27.00


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....... ....... 27


... .. ....... 50

....... ....... 48
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....... .... ... 14

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....... 18 15

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7 1.5

... 2 3

.... .. 1.5 3

3 8

I....... 2.5 7


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24.00

29.00

27.00

80.00

132.00

160.00

115.00

63.00

40.00

35.00

112.00

62.50

38.00

35.00

35.00

60.00

52.00









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MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZING MA-
TERIALS AT FLORIDA SEAPORTS, JAN. 1, 1921.-(Con-
tinued).


COMPOSITION


MATERIAL i

P z


Baled tobacco stems.... ...... ..... 2.5 4.5 35.00

Tobacco dust .......... 1 ....... 1 4 43.00

Steamed bone meal ... 8 15 3 ....... 58.00

Steamed bone meal .. 8 14 3.5 ....... 60.00

Raw bone meal ....... 5 16 4.5 ....... 63.00

Low grade tankage..... 4 8 6.5 ....... 48.00

Medium grade tankage. 4 4 7.5 ....... 52.00

Medium grade tankage. 4 7 8 ....... 55.00

High grade tankage.... 2 3 10 ....... 61.00

Dried blood ........... ....... ....... 16 ....... 95.00

Nitrate of soda ........ .............. 18 ....... 77.00

Sulphate of ammonia... ....... ....... 25 ....... 130.00

Castor m eal .................. ....... 5 ....... 50.00

Castor m eal ........... ....... ....... 6 ....... 54.00

Castor meal .................. ....... 7 ....... 58.00


Terms: 30 days' net, or 5% discount for cash in 10 days. The
charges by reputable manufacturers for mixing and bagging any
special or regular formula are $3.50 per ton in excess of above
prices.










NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES, CURRENT JAN.
1 1921, FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

"Owing to unsettled conditions quotations are wholly
nominal."

AMMONIATES.

Ammonia, sulph., bulk, f. o. b. works,
per 100 lbs. ........................ 3.25 @
Double bags, f. a. s. New York........ 3.35 @
Fish scrap, dried, 11 p. c. ammonia and
15 p. c. bone phosphate, f. o. b. factories 3.5 & 10
Wet, acidulated, 6 p. c. ammonia, 3 p.
c. phosphoric add, f. o. b. fish factory,
in North .......................... 4.00 @ 50
Ground fish scrap, 11 to 12 p. c. ammonia,
15 p. c. B. P. f. o. b. fish factory, per
unit ............................... 3.75 & 10
Tankage, 11 p. c. and 15 p. c. Chicago,
ground ............................ 2.80 & 10
Tankage, 10 and 20 p. c., f. o. b. Chicago,
ground ..................... ........ 2.80 & 10
Tankage, 9 and 20 p. c., f. o. b. Chicago,
ground ............................. 2.80 & 10
Tankage, concentrated, f. o. b. Chicago,
14 to 15 p. c. ........................ 2.65 @ -
Blood, f. o. b. Chicago ............... 3.00 @ -
Garbage, tankage, f. o. b. Chicago, per ton 8.00 @ -
lHoofmeal, f. o. b. Chicago, per unit...... 2.90 @ -
Dried blood, 12-13 p. c. ammonia, f. o. b.
New York .......................... 4.00 @ -
Tankage, New York .................. 3.85 & 10
Nitrate of soda, per 100 lbs. ............. 2.75 @ -
Futures ............................ 2.85 @ 3.00
Cotton seed meal, 7 p. c. ammonia, f. o. b.
mill, per ton ............ ........... 30.00 @











PHOSPHATES.

Acid, phosphate, basis 16%, bulk, per ton 18.00 @ 18.50
Southern ports .................... 18.00 @ -
Bones, rough, hard, f. o. b. Chicago ..... 30.00 @( 32.00
Soft steamed, unground, f. o. b. Chicago 28.00 @ -
Ground, steamed, 11/ p. c. ammonia and
50 p. c. bone phosphate, f. o. b. Chicago 28.00 @ -
do., 3 and 50 p. c., f. o. b. Chicago ...... 30.00 @ -
Raw, ground, 4 p. c. ammonia and 50 p.
c. bone phosphate, f. o. b. Chicago .... 40.00 @ -
Florida land pebble phosphate rock, 68
p. c., f. o. b. mines .................. 9.00 @ 9.50
Florida land pebble phosphate rock, 75 p.
c., f. o. b. mines ..................... 11.00 @ 11.50
Florida land pebble phosphate rock, 77 p.
c., f. o. b. mines ..................... 12.00 @ 1'2.50
Florida high-grade phosphate hard rock,
77 p. c., f. o. b. mines ................ 13.00 @ 13.50
Tennessee phosphate rock, f. o. b. Mt.
Pleasant, domestic, 78@80 p. c., per ton 15.00 @ 15.50
75 p. c. ........................... 11.00 @ 12.00
70 p. c. ground ....... ............ 10.50 @ 11.00
Unground .......................... 9.00 @ 10.00

POTASHES.

American fertilizer, potash, in' paperlined
cars, f. o. b. works, per unit .......... 1.85 @ -
Muriate of potash, 80(@85 per cent. K. C.
L., bags, per unit .................. 1.80 @ 1.85
Muriate of potash, min. 90@95 per cent.,
basis 80 per cent., in bags ............ 1.80 @ 1.85
Muriate of potash, min 98 per cent., basis
80 per cent., in bags, per unit ........ 2.50 @ -
Sulphate of potash, 90@95 per cent., basis
90 per cent., in bags, per unit ........ 2.85 @ -
First sorts potashes, per lb. ............ 11 @ 12


Clhelmist-2












COMMERCIAL STATE VALUES OF FEED
STUFF FOR 1921.

For the season 1921 the following "State values" are
fixed as a guide to purchasers, quotations January 1st.
These values are based on the current prices of corn,
which has been chosen as a standard in fixing the com-
mercial values, the price of corn, to a large extent, gov-
erning the price of other feeds, pork, beef, etc.:
$2.00 per sacl of 100 lbs., $1.12 per bu., 56 lbs.
To find the commercial State value, multiply the per-
centages by the price per unit.
A unit being 20 pounds (1%) of a ton.
Protein, 5c per pound .................. $1.00 per unit
Starch and sugar, 2c per pound ........ .40 per unit
Fat, 5c per pound .................... 1.00 per unit

EXAMPLE NO. 1

Corn and Oats, Equal Parts:
Protein ...........................11.15x1.00, $11.15
Starch and sugar ................. 64.65x .40, 25.86
Fat .............................. 5.20x1.00, 5.20

State value, per ton .............. $42.21

EXAMPLE NO. 2.
Corn:
Protein ........................... 10.50x1.00, $10.50
Starch and Sugar .................69.60x .40, 27.84
Fat ............................. 5.40x1.00, 5.40


State value, per ton ............


$43.74











STATE VALUES.

It is not intended by the "State valuations" to fix the
price or commercial value of a given brand. The "State
values" are the market prices for the vasious approved
chemicals and materials used in mixing or manufactur-
ing commercial fertilizers or commercial stock feed at the
date of issuing a Bulletin, or the opening of the "season."
They may, but seldom do, vary from the market prices,
and are made liberal to meet any slight advance or de-
cline.
They are compiled from price lists and commercial re-
ports by reputable dealers and journals.
The question is frequently asked, "What is Smith's
Fruit and Vine worth per ton?" Such a question cannot
be answered categorically. By analysis, the ammonia,
available phosphoric acid and potash may be determined
and the inquirer informed what the cost of the necessary
materials to compound a ton of goods similar to "Smith's
Fruit and Vine" would be, using none but accepted and
well-known materials of the best quality.
State values do not consider "trade secrets," loss on bad
bills, cost of advertisements and expenses of collections.
The "State value" is simply that price at which the
various ingredients necessary to use in compounding a
fertilizer or feed can be purchased for cash in ton lots at
Florida seaports.
These price lists published in this report, with the
"State values," January 1,s1921, are nominal.









20

COPIES OF LAWS, RULES AND REGULATIONS
AND STANDARDS.

Citizens of the State interested in fertilizers, foods and
drugs, and stock feed, can obtain, free of charge, the re-
spective laws, including rules and regulations and stan-
dards, by applying to the Commissioner of Agriculture,
or State Chemist. Application for the Quarterly Bulletin
of the State Department of Agriculture should also be
made to the Commissioner of Agriculture, or State
Chemist. The bulletins of the Florida Agricultural Ex-
periment Station can be had by application to the Direc-
tor, at Gainesville.
The form of letter for transmitting special samples of
fertilizers or feeding stuffs as shown in the rules and reg-
ulations is adopted and must be explicitly complied with
in order to obtain a legal certificate of analysis.











MULTIPLICITY, CONTRADICTION AND
COMPLEXITY OF THE VARIOUS LAWS CONTROL-
LING THE SALE OF FERTILIZERS, STOCK
FEED, FOOD) AND DRUGS-THEIR
VARIOUS AMENDMENTS.

The present Commercial Fertilizer Law was enacted in
1901; amended in 1907, and in 1919, in compliance with
decisions of the Florida Supreme Court. The Commercial
Feed Stuff Law was enacted in 1905 and amended in
1907. The Pure Food and Drug Law was enacted in
1907, amended in 1911 to establish the "Chemical Division
of the Agricultural Department of the State of Florida,"
and again amended in 1913, and repealed the "general
provisions" of the "Fertilizer Law," the "Feed Stuff Law"
and the "Cotton Seed Meal Law" as provided in express
terms, when ib conflict with the Food auld Drug Law of
1913.
Each of these control laws-the fertilizer, stock feed,
and food and drug laws-provide for the "special sample"
drawn by the purchaser according to Law under rules
and regulations not inconsistent with the statutes, made
by the Commissioner of Agriculture and the State Chem-
ist (Sections 12, 13 and 15).
Florida is the only State that provides that purchasers
of foods and drugs, commercial fertilizer and commer-
cial feeding stuff may "submit fair samples" of the same
for analysis by the State Chemiist free of cost; such sam-
ples to be drawn in such manner as to "protect the ven-
dor or manufacturer from the submission of spurious
samples."
The laws also provided that "any person purchasing
any commercial fertilizer (or commercial feeding stuff)
who shall discover upon analysis by the State Chemist
that he has been defrauded by reason of adulteration or
deficiencies of constituent elements, either in quality or
quantity * shall recover in any action he may in-
stitute upon proof of the fact, twice the amount paid to or
demanded by the manufacturer or vendor for the ferti-
lizer of fertilizing material (or stock feed) so pur-
chased."











The Supreme Court of Florida decided on the 12th day
of May, 1917, as __..
"The terms of the statute in giving the special
right of action to 'any person purchasing' ferti-
lizer clearly contemplates that the test shall be
made with at least some degree of promptness
after the delivery of the fertilizer, and that
more than one sample shall be taken when the
quantity of fertilizer purchased makes it ex-
pedient to have plural samples to secure a fair
test."
The Law requires that "in order to protect the manu-
facturer or vender from the submission for analysis of
spurious samples" the person selecting the same shall
do so in "the presence of two witnesses, said witnesses
to subscribe to and affix their seals to said packages;"
and provides for the proper sealing of the sample "in
the presence of the witnesses;" and that "the sample
shall be placed in the hands of a disinterested person
who shall forward the same at the expense of the pur-
chaser to the Commissioner of Agriculture."
The special sample has been a most potent factor in
enforcing the law and discouraging the sale of adulterated
or misbranded or deficient goods, when drawn according
to Law "with at least some degree of promptness" and
more than one sample taken "when the quantity pur-
chased makes it expedient to have plural samples to se-
cure a fair test."










OBJECT OF THE LAWS.

The object of the Food and Drug, the Fertilizer and the
Stock Feed Laws is:
First, to protect the consumer from fraud or false
representations by illegitimate dealers who have not com-
plied with the law, nor properly labeled their goods nor
filed their guaranteed analysis under oath, and who have
not paid their inspection fee fixed by law.
Second, to protect the lawful dealer who has fully com-
plied with the law by properly labeling his goods, by fil-
ing his guarantee under oath, and has paid his inspection
fee, and who has placed upon each bag or other package
a guarantee tag showing the minimum percentage of
valuable ingredients in the fertilizer or feed stuffs, as
provided by Law.
The fertilizer law was enacted in 1901. The feeding
stuff law in 1905. Both laws provide that
"Section 15. The Commissioner of Agricul-
ture shall have the authority to establish such
rules and regulations in regard to the inspec-
tion, analysis and sale of fertilizers, chemicals
and cotton seed meal not inconsistent with the
provisions of this Act, as in his judgment will
best carry out the requirements thereof."
The Food and Drug Law, as amended in 1911 and 1913,
provides:
"Section 2. That the inspection, examination
or chemical analysis of specimens of food and
drugs shall be made by the State Ch(l, ,. t of
Florida, or under his direction and supervision,
for the purpose of (d tl, ,;,b,,i' whether such ar-
ticles are adulterated or misbranded within the
meaning of this Act, and if it shall appear from
any such examination or analysis that any such
specimen is adulterated or misbranded within
the meaning of this Act, the State Chemist shall
certify the same-to the Commissioner of Agri-
culture, who shall cause the goods so certified as
adulterated or misbranded, to be seized by the
sheriff of the county in which they are found, and
shall cause notice thereof to be given the party











from whom such sample was obtained; and party
so notified shall be given an opportunity to be
heard before the Commissioner of Agriculture
and the Attorney General, under such rules and
regulations as may be prescribed by them, and if
it appears that any of the provisions of this Act
have been violated by such party, then the Com-
missioner of Agriculture shall, at once certify
the facts to the proper state's atto.'ney, county
solicitor, or other proper proseeutting ,tli,,,,,
with the copy of the results of the analysis or the
examination of such article duly authenticated
by the analyst or officer making such examina-
tion or analysis, under the oath of such officer
or analyst."
The Food and Drug Law includes "feeding stuff" in
the definition of "Foods" as follows:
"Section 3. * * * The term 'food' as used
herein shall include all articles used for food,
drink, confectionery or condiment by man or
other animal, whether simple, mixed or com-
pound."
The Food and Drug Law also provides for the special
sample, as follows:
"Section 12. * * * Provided, That any
Health Officer, Sheriff or citizen of the State,
may submit fair samples of foods and drugs to
the State Chemist for analysis, when drawn in
the presence of two witnesses, in the manner pre-
scribed in this Section; said witnesses to sub-
scribe to and affix their seats to, said packages,
one to be delivered to the person from whom it is
taken, the other to be transmitted to the State
Chemist, who shall analyze the same and certify
the results to the Commissioner of Agriculture,
who shall return to the sender a copy- of said
certificate of analysis."
Also
"Section 13. That it shall be the duty of the
Conmnissioner of Agriculture and the State
Chemist to fix standards of purity for food prod-
ucts where the same are not fixed by this Act,
in accordance with those promulgated by the
Secretary of Agriculture of the United States;"












also that the Commissioner of Agriculture, with the ad-
vice of the State Chemist, shall establish rules and regu-
lations.
sectionn 15. * * That the Conmmissioner
of Agriculture, with the advice of the State
Chemist, shall establish such rules and regula-
tions as shall not be inconsistent with the provi-
sions of this Act; in conformity with the rules
and regulations formulated by the United States
Department of Agriculture by authority of the
National Food and Drugs Act of June thirtieth,
nineteen and six, and amendments thereto."
Section 16 expressly refers to the "fertilizer
law," the "feed stuff law" and the "cotton seed
meal law" and repeals Cgneral provisions there-
in, i, conflict with the express terms of thi law
of 1913.
"Section 16. It is especially provided that this
Act shall in noise repeal the general provisions
of Chapter 4893, Acts of 1901, as amended by
Chapter 5660, Acts of 1907, the "Commercial
Fertilizer Law," nor the general provisions of
Chapter 5452, Acts of 1905, as amended by Chap-
ter 5661, Acts of 1907, the "Commercial Feed-
ing Stuff Law," nor the general provisions of
Chapter 5955, Acts of 1909, the "cotton seed meal
law," except as provided in express terms here-
in."
"Section 17. That all laws and parts of laws
in conflict with this Act be, and the same are.
hereby repealed.











JOINT RESPONSIBILITY OF COMMISSIONER OF
AGRICULTURE AND STATE CHEMIST.

The opinion of the Attorney General of Florida of De-
cember 17, 1917, page 347, "Report, 1917 and 1918," is
that the Pure Food and Drugs Law (which includes
Stock Feeds), "in my opinion, imposes a joint duty and
responsibility on the Commissioner of Agriculture and
the State Chemist in the matter of administering this Act.
In support of this view your attention is directed to the
following provisions of the Law:
Quoting Section 2, Section 9, Section 12, Section 13,
Section 14, and Section 15, Chapter 6541, Acts, of 1913:
"There appears to be no departure from the
rule as above defined except in the matter of tak-
ing samples for the purpose of making chemical
analysis to determine whether such foods or
drugs have been adulterated or misbranded,
which is required to be done under direction of
the State Chemist. In support of this view your
attention is directed to the provisions of Sections
2 and 12 above quoted.
"Paragraph 6 of Section 9 of the law as above
referred to requires that all bills for samples
drawn and transmitted to the State Chemist
and for the salary and traveling expenses of all
pure food and drug inspectors shall be paid on
detailed vouchers approved by the Commission-
er of Agriculture, but since Section 2 provides
that the inspection, examination or chemical
analysis of specimens of food and drugs shall
be made by the State Chemist, or under his di-
rection and supervision, and Section 12 provides
that the inspectors shall take samples of such ar-
ticles of foods and dcugs as may be directed by
the State Chemist, it is my opinion that bills for
traveling expenses of food and drug inspectors,
and for samples drawn by such inspectors,
should be approved by the State Chemist, and by
him, presented to the Commissioner of Agricul-
ture for his approval.
See also Attorney General's opinions of August 1, 1919,
to Commissioner of Agriculture, and October 12, 1919, to
Comptroller, confirming the opinion of December 17, 1917.











ABUSE OF THE SPECIAL SAMPLE.

This report shows that during 1920 there were 2,834
samples analyzed by the State Laboratory, of which 2,186
were official samples drawn by the Inspectors, and 648
special samples sent in by purchasers.
Of the 463 samples of fertilizer analyzed, 415 were spe-
cial samples; of which 275 samples (or 66.26%) were sent
from one locality. Of 144 samples of stock feed, 17 were
special samples.
Reputable commercial laboratories charge from $15.00
to $25.00 for analyzing samples of fertilizers or feed
stuff; much larger fees for the analysis of foods or drugs.
Assuming $15.00 as a reasonable fee, the cost of the 432
special fertilizer and fed stuff samples would aggregate,
if made by a commercial laboratory, $6,480.00, or $2,480
more than the salaries ($2,000.00) per annum of both the
Fertilizer and Feed Stuff Analysts. (This does not in-
clude the Special Foods and Drugs, Citrus Fruit, and
Miscellaneous samples analyzed by the Food and Drug
Analyst).
The cost of the 275 samples (66.26%) sent from one
locality, if sent to a commercial laboratory would have
been not less than $4,125.00, or $2,125.00 more than the
annual salary of the Fertilizer Analyst.
It is unnecessary to say that the laws do not contem-
plate such an abuse of the special sample, nor that the
State Laboratory should thus unfairly compete with com-
mercial laboratories, nor expend public money for individ-
ual account.
Another abuse of the special sample is to retain a spe-
cial certificate of analysis until after the expiration of
three months from the date of the certificate, when the
sample has been discarded (there having been no notice
of appeal from the findings of the analyst), thus render-
ing it impossible to have a check analysis made, if neces-
sary, as the Law directs. Instances have occurred where
two years had elapsed before a certificate verified by the
affidavit of the analyst has been demanded.











The Law provides for the recovery of "twice the amount
paid for or demanded" for the fertilizer or stock feed in
case of adulteration or deficiency, "upon proof of the
fact." The present Rules and Regulations do not provide
for drawing samples and furnishing the proper evidence
of the drawing in compliance with the law; neither the
Commissioner of Agriculture nor the State Chemist is
furnished, in case of deficiency, with the names of the wit-
nesses nor with the names of the'manufacturers and the
brands and guarantees of the fertilizer or feed stuff;
hence it is not possible to correct abuses, misbranding or
adulteration by the proper officer, and the public is sub-
jected to the continuation thereof. The "Special Sample"
is designed to protect the general public as well as the
individual purchaser, and the results of the analysis of a
deficient "special" fertilizer or feed stuff sample should be
published and the manufacturer prosecuted as the Law di-
rects. The present regulations for drawing and transmit-
ting special samples of fertilizers should be so amended
as to guard against these abuses, and furnish the Execu-
tive and Administrative officers with the necessary evi-
dence under which to prosecute the manufacturer or deal-
er in adulterated, misbranded or deficient fertilizer, feed
stuff, or foods and drugs.
It is needless to say that this abuse of the "special
sample" makes it impossible for the small force of
analysts to give to the official sample, drawn by the In-
spectors, the necessary attention, the rule having been
to give the special sample preference, hence the business
of the General Public, which is interested in the fertil-
izers, feeds, foods and drugs sold to the public, has neces-
sarily been neglected. The official sample should have the
preference and the "right of way" over the special sample
in the interests of the public, as contemplated by the laws,
and the various amendments thereto.









29

Rules and Regulations and standards should be made
by the Commissioner of Agriculture and the State Chem-
ist as provided by law in the interest of the public, and
the legitimate manufacturer of honest foods and drugs,
fertilizers and feed stuffs, to protect the consumer and
the legitimate manufacturer from spurious, misbranded
and adulterated goods; and particularly should the spe-
cial sample be required to be drawn so as to prevent the
submission of spurious or manipulated samples, with full
information as to the manner of taking the sample, the
place and date of the drawing, the names and addresses
of the witnesses, which should be verified by the affidavit
of the purchaser and of each witness at the time of the
drawing, in order that the "proof of the fact" of any de-
ficiency, adulteration or misbranding, can be readily es-
tablished; in order that violators of the law.may be prose-
cuted by the officer charged with its execution.











SACCHARIN
A DRUG PROHIBITED BY NATIONAL AND
STATE FOOD AND DRUG LAWS
BEING SUBSTITUTED FOR SUGAR IN
FLORIDA



By
R. E. ROSE
State Chemist
and
A. M. HENRY
Asst. State Chemist

Saccharin, a deleterious and harmful coal tar drug,
owing to the high price of sugar recently and the cupidity,
of the manufacturers of saccharin, has been substituted
for sugar in numerous kinds of sweet foods by a consider-
able number of manufacturers of such foods. Soda foun-
tains, bottlers of soft drinks, ice cream manufacturers,
candy makers and bakeries have been the principal offend-
ers using saccharin in place of sugar in such goods as soft
drinks, ice cream, candies, pies. cakes and numerous other
articles of sweet food. Owing to the perishable nature of
such foods, the local manufacturer, who purchases sac-
charin from the jobber or manufacturer of saccharin un-
der a false statement that it is lawful to use it, has been
made the sufferer along with the consumer, who not only
is cheated out of the food value of the sugar for which
the saccharin is substituted but also given a dose of a
harmful and deleterious coal tar drug at the same time.
The following remarks by Dr. Charles H. LaWall,
Chemist of the Pennsylvania Food and Drug Depart-
ment, are very apropos:
"Saccharin in foodstuffs has only one argument in its
favor, i. e., it cheapens the cost of production. This, how-
ever. is no advantage to the consumer, for when it is used










in canned foods the goods are sold at no lower price
at retail, with the exception of one product alone, and
that is the bottled soft drinks or cheap sodas and 'pops.'
So far as these products are concerned, I think their
very cheapness makes them doubly dangerous, and feel
sure that many cases of sickness in the poorer districts
of the city are caused by this same saccharin in the soft
drinks which are so freely consumed there. As authority
for this opinion I would refer you to Dr. Edwin Rosen-
thal, of 517 Pine street, who has an extensive medical
practice in the section of the city where these adulterated
soft drinks are largely sold and who has upon more than
one occasion expressed himself emphatically as unhesi-
tatingly condemning them.
"Saccharin is a synthetic or artificial product made
from toluene, one of the fractions of coal tar. This fact
alone need not necessarily be taken as an argument for
its condemnation, but it is quoted to show that it has
no chemical relationship nor anything in common with
sugar, for which it is used as a substitute. Chemically
it is known by the terrifying name of orthosulphamido-
benzoic anhydride, and the history of its discovery, or
rather the discovery of its intense sweetness, which was
purely accidental, is one of the most interesting in chem-
ical literature.
"Saccharin, besides being a sweetener of 550 times the
intensity of sugar, is a substance having a marked pre.
servative action, and thus fulfills a double function,
which makes it all the more desirable to use, from the
standpoint of those manufacturers who look to profits
regardless of the health of the individuals who consume
their wares. As an antiferment, or preservative, it is
credited with being more harmful than sodium benzoate,
salicylic acid, or even sulphurous acid.
"When used it not only exerts a detrimental influence
upon certain functions of the body, but it cheats the or-
ganisms out of a valuable food product-sugar. Sugar
has a high and definite food value; saccharin has none.
Therefore the use of saccharin in food products cheats
the consumer out of a valuable constituent which the
system craves and to which he is justly entitled.
"A number of European chemists and physiologists
have investigated this subject thoroughly and have re.











ported adversely concerning its action. Dujardin Beau-
metz states: 'The use of saccharin in foods presents a
danger to the public health. Saccharin is not a food, but
a medicine.' The committee of the Seine Council express-
ed. the same opinion. Sollman, a well-known American
authority, states: 'Saccharin has the properties of the
coal-tar group, and is therefore antiseptic and irritant.
It is sometimes given in fermentative dyspepsia. Its
long-continued use interferes, with digestion, and may
lead to nephritis (kidnieyl disease).
"Mathews and McGuigan state that 'saccharin acts as
a protoplasmic poison and restrains the salivary and
pancreatic ferments.'
"Based upon the results of the many investigations
which have been made, and for the purpose of controlling
or prohibiting it use in food products, France, Italy and
Portugal prohibit its importation, the academies of Mad-
rid and Rio de Janeiro declare its addition to foods a
dangerous adulteration, and its importation into Bel-
gium has been restricted.
"While it has been largely used as an artificial sweet-
ener by diabetic patients who dare not take sugar, it is
always used. under the advice and. control of a physician,
and that they (physicians) are beginning to question the
advisability of even such a limited use is shown by the
fact that in the recently published edition of the Phy-
sicians Manual of the United '.tvte Pharnwcopoeia and
National Formularnr this statement appears: 'Saccharin
should be used, if at all, with care.' If physicians must
be careful in using it, it certainly cannot be a safe article
to permit the use of in food products.
"Finally, the Referee Board, the same body which per-
mitted the use of sodium benzoate in foods, in April,
1911, decided against the disability' of permitting the
use of saccharin in foods. The U. S. Department of Agri-
culture, therefore, .has issued decisions to the effect that
while saccharin may be used in food 'l' /lr;ll l prepared
for diabetics, and as a drug, it is not pecnissible to use in
ordinary food products ceni when, declared upon the
label."
The use of saccharin in foods is prohibited by both
the National and Florida Food and Drug Laws by the
following provision which is identical in both laws:










"In Case of Foods-If it contains any added poisonous
or other added deleterious ingredient which may render
such article injurious to health."
Under the National Food and Drugs Law the follow-
ing regulation has been adopted by the Secretaries of
Agriculture, Treasury and Commerce and Labor:
"It having been determined that saccharin mixed with
food is an added posonous and deleterious ingredient
such as is contemplated by the Act, and also that the
substitution of saccharin for sugar in foods reduces and
lowers their quality, the Secretary of Agriculture will
regard as adulterated under the food and drugs act foods
containing saccharin which, on or after April 1, 1912,
are manufactured or offered for sale in the District of
Columbia or territories or shipped in interstate or foreign
commerce, or offered for importation in the United
States."
Under the Florida Food and Drugs Law the following
regulation has been adopted by the Commissioner of
Agriculture and State Chemist:
It having been determined that saccharin mixed with
food is an added poisonous and deleterious ingredient
such as is contemplated by the Act, and also that the
substitution of saccharin for sugar in foods reduces and
lowers their quality, foods containing saccharin are adul-
terated under the Pure Food and Drugs Law."
Samples of foods taken from the following dealers and
manufacturers have been found to be adulterated by the
addition of saccharin and consequently in violation of
either or both the National and Florida Food and Drugs
Laws. In no case has the dealer or manufacturer ex-
hibited a guaranty signed by the wholesaler, jobber, man-
ufacturer or other party residing in the State of Florida
from whom he purchased such article to the effect that
the same is not adulterated or misbranded within the
meaning of the Food and Drugs Law, designating it,
which is necessary to protect himself and his goods from
prosecution under the law. The National Law has a
similar provision for the protection of the innocent dealer
who avails himself of it by requiring the signed guaranty
from the person from whom he purchases. The verbal or
printed assurance of the agent is no protection to the
dealer or manufacturer of adulterated or misbranded
goods.
Chemist-3











Dealers in whose goods "saccharin" has been found and
reported in 1920:

NAME AND ADDRESS OF DEALERS. CLASS OF PRODUCT.
Key West Bottling Co., Key West....Bottled soft drinks
Cola-Nip Bottling Co., Miami........ Bottled soft drinks.
Pinapa Bottling Works, Miami..... Bottled soft drinks
Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Sanford...... Bottled soft drinks
Lime-Cola Bottling Co., Quincy..... .Bottled soft drinks
Bra-Nola Bottling Co., Milton........ Bottled soft drinks
Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Tallahassee. .Bottled soft drinks
Bay Bottling Works, Panama City. ... Bottled soft drinks
Lime-Cola Bottling W'ks, Pensacola..Bottled soft drinks
Gainesville B'tling W'ks, Gainesville.. Bottled soft rrinlis
Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Titusville... Bottled soft drinks
Lake City Bottling Co., Lake City... .Bottled soft drinks
A. Lucignani, Key West............ Fountain soft drinks
First Street Drug Store, Miami.... Fountain soft drinks
Palm Parlor, Gainesville ....... ...Fountain soft drinks
City Pharmacy, Jasper............ Fountain soft drinks
Joe's Smoke House, Sanford........ Fountain soft drinks
Orlando Pharmacy, Orlando........ Fountain soft drinks
Nethel Ice Cream Parlor, Key West .......... ce cream
Stiting Ice Cream Co., Daytona ............... Ice cream
Dywer's Bakery, Lakeland ............. Bakery products
LaFayette Candy Co., Tampa .................. Candies
Yates Grocery Co., Tallahassee....... Honey Boy Cordial
Pendleton & Collins, Tallahassee.... Honey Boy Cordial
Tallahassee Fruit and Grocery Co.,
Tallahassee ......................Honey Boy Cordial
Capital City Grocery Co.,
Tallahassee ......................Honey Boy Cordial
Geo. Shaheen, Tallahassee. ... Crown Red Gro p[e Beverage
Avon Park Products Co., Avon Park..Bottled soft drinks
Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Gainesville. ..Bottled soft drinks
Plum Yum Bottling Co., Jacksonville.. Bottled soft drinks.
Pura Water Co., Jacksonville........Bottled soft drinks
Lime-Cola Bottling Co., Live Oak.... Bottle soft drinks
Pinapola Co., Miami ...............Bott^el soft idinks
Bra-nola Bottling Co., Milton........ Bottled soft c rinks
Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Ocala.....Bottled soft drinks
Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Punta Gorda..Bottled soft drinks
Gazosa Bottling Co., Tampa...........Bottled soft drinks











In addition to the foregoing compiled by A. M. Henry,
Food and Drug Analyst, I add the following taken from
the report of the hearing before the Secretary of Agricul-
ture, the Secretary of the Treasury and the Secretary of
Commerce and Labor, issued December 16, 1911.
Conclusions of the Referee Board of Consulting Scien-
tific Experts.
"The conclusions reached as a result of the individual
investigations are given in detail in the separate reports
herewith presented, together with all of the data upon
which these conclusions are based.
"The main general conclusions reached by the Referee
Board are as follows:
(1) Saccharin in small quantities (0.3 gram per day
or less) added to the food is without deleterious or
poisonous action and is NOT INJURIOUS TO THE HEALTH OF
NORMAL ADULTS, so far as is ascertainable by available
methods of study.
(2) Saccharin in large quantities (over 0.3 GRAM per
day, and ESPECIALLY ABOVE 1 GRAM DAILY) added to the
food, if taken for considerable periods of time (especially
after months), IS LIABLE TO INDUCE DISTURBANCES OF DI-
GESTION.
(3) The admixture of saccharin with food in small or
large quantities has not been found to alter the quality or
strength of the food. It is obvious, however, that the
ADDITION OF SACCHARIN TO FOOD as a substitute for cane
sugar or some other form of sugar MUST BE REGARDED AS
A SUBSTITUTE INVOLVING A REDUCTION IN THE FOOD VALUE
of the sweetened product, and HENCE AS A REDUCTLON IN
ITS QUALITY.
(Signed) IRA REMSEN, Chairman,
RUSSELL H. CHI' ENDEN,
JOHN H. LONG,
CHRISTIAN A. HERTER,
ALONZO E. TAYLOR,
Referee Board of Consulting Scientific Experts."











FOOD INSPECTION DECISION 135.
SACCHARIN IN FOOD.
"At the request of the Secretary of Agriculture, the
Referee Board of Consulting Scientific Experts has con-
ducted an investigation as to the effect on health of the
use of saccharin. The investigation has been concluded,
and the Referee Board reports that the continued use
of saccharin for a long time in quantities over THREE-
TENTHS OF A GRAM per day is LIABLE TO IMPAIR DIGESTION;
and that the addition of saccharin as a substitute for
cane sugar or other forms of sugar reduces the food
value of the sweetened product, and hence lowers its
quality.
"Saccharin has been used as a substitute for sugar in
over thirty classes of foods in which sugar is commonly
recognized as a normal and valuable ingredient. If the
use of saccharin be continued it is evident that amounts
of saccharin may readily be consumed which will through
continual use, PRODUCE DIGESTIVE DISTURBANCES. In every
food in which saccharin is used some other sweetening
agent known to be harmless to health can be substituted,
and THERE IS NOT EVEN A PRETENSE THAT SACCHARIN IS A
NECESSITY in the MANUFACTURE OF FOOD PRODUCTS. Under
the food and drugs act articles of food are adulterated if
they contain ADDED POISONOUS or other ADDED DELETERIOUS
ingredients WHICH MAY RENDER THEM INJURIOUS TO
HEALTH. Articles of food are also adulterated within the
meaning of the act if substances have been mixed and
packed with the foods so as to reduce or lower or in-
juriously affect their quality or strength. The findings of
the Referee Board show that SACCHARIN IN FOOD IS SUCH
AN ADDED POISONOUS OR OTHER ADDED DELETERIOUS INGRED-
IENT as is contemplated by the act, and also that the sub-
stitution of saccharin for sugar in foods reduces and
lowers their quality.
"The Secretary of Agriculture, therefore, WILL REGARD
AS ADULTERATED under the food and drugs act FOODS CON-
TAINING SACCHARIN which, on and after July 1, 1911, are
manufactured or offered for sale in the District of Co-
lumbia or the Territories, or shipped in interstate or
foreign commerce, or offered for importation into the
United States.
FRANKLIN MACVEAGH, Secretary of the Treasury.
JAMES WILSON, Secretary of Agriculture.
CHARLES NAGEL, Secretary of Commerce and Labor."
WASHINGTON, D. C., April 26, 1911.












BRIEFS SUBMITTED BY THE BUREAU OF

CHEMISTRY.



STATEMENT BY H. W. WILEY, CHIEF.



December 6, 1911.

The Secretary of Agriculture.

Sir: In response to your request for a review of the
statements made before the three Secretaries in regard to
validating the use of saccharin, I beg to inform you that
I have asked Dr. Bigelow and Dr. Kebler to prepare briefs
on this subject. These briefs are appended.

My own opinion in this matter has never changed.
Saccharin is in its name a fraud and to the great majority
of people in this country it means sugar. For this reason
alone, if there were no other, it should be barred from the
foods of the country. Saccharin is always used for the
purpose of fraud and deception and conceals inferiority
by producing in a food product a sweet taste not due to
sugar, which naturally produces this taste. For this
reason it is clearly to -be excluded from foods under the
food and drugs act. Saccharin, too, is undoubtedly a
substance which of necessity must be injurious to health.
In addition to the material summarized by Dr. Bige-
low and to the opinion of the Referee Board, I beg to
call your attention particularly to one of the statements
in Dr. Folin's paper, i. e., THAT SACCHARIN WAS EXCRETED
FROM THE KIDNEYS UNCHANGED. THE CONTINUED POURING
OF A FOREIGN BODY OF THIS KIND, WHICH MUST HAVE VERY
ACTIVE PROPERTIES, THROUGH THE DELICATE CELLS OF THE
KIDNEYS CAN NOT FAIL IN TIME TO PRODUCE SERIOUS DIS-
TURBANCES OF FUNCTION AND EVEN FATAL DISEASE. That
and the other reasons which have been so ably presented
by many authorities are sufficient to convince me beyond
any reasonable doubt that the use of saccharin in any
quantity is necessarily injurious.











The argument that it may be used in small quantities
is the old, familiar one which adulterators and those
who seek to adulterate have used from the very beginning
of things. If we admit one injurious substance in small
quantities we cannot with any justice exclude any other.
If this principle is acted upon and becomes valid by au-
thority of law we cannot with any consistency object to
any small quantity of borax, benzoate of soda, benzalde-
hyde, formaldehyde, sulphate of copper, salicylic acid, or
coal-tar dyes, or any other of the deleterious bodies which
the debasers of food have used and are using today. Thi
argument of small quantities has absolutely no ethical;
logical, or legal foundation and is most dangerous. The
result of admitting the justice of this argument and act-
ing thereon would be to validate under the high authority
of the law the use of small quantities of dangerous and
threatening substances and thus intrench the practice of
adulteration firmly under the protection of the law. No
more dangerous concession to the interests seeking to
debase and adulterate and misbrand food products could
be made.
It is with earnest feelings as to the correctness of my
demand that I urge upon you and the other Secretaries
as strongly as I can the importance of refusing in any
way to condone the use of saccharin in foods after the
period which has already been fixed, i. e., January 1,
1912.
In the hope and the expectation that this will be the
final action of the three Secretaries, I am,
Respectfully, [Signed] H. W. WILEY,
Chief.
From Brief of Dr. W. B. Bigelow, Assistant Chief, and
Chief Division of Foods:
"The counsel for the manufacturers say that invalids
and CHILDREN consume less food THAN NORMAL ADULTS and
hence, even if 0.01 per cent. of saccharin were added to
all food, they would consume less saccharin than the
amount given above.' In this connection it must be borne
in mind that WHILE INVALIDS AND CHILDREN CONSUME LESS
FOOD they are likely to CONSUME MORE SWEETENED FOOD
THAN NORMAL ADULTS and THEY ARE ALSO MUCH MORE
SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE TOXIC EFFECTS OF SACCHARIN."











It will be conceded that soft, or sweetened drinks, ice
cream and similar sweetened foods, are most largely used
by children and young people, whose craving for sweets is
a natural demand by their growing bodies, which is satis-
fled only by sugar; and is not provided by saccharin, a
drug having no food value.
United States Dispensatory, Twentieth Edi-
tion: "Saccharin (Benzosulphinidum.) It has a
slight local irritant action, and, according to
the Referee Board of the U. S. Bureau of Chem-
istry, doses of more than 0.3 gram per day are
liable, if used over periods of time, to impair
digestion."
Material Medica Pharmacy and Therapeutics,
Potter, Tenth Edition: "Benzosulphinide (Sac-
charin.)-It is used as a substitute for sugar in
the food of diabetics and subjects of hepatic
disease and corpulence; also to cover the taste
of nauseous drugs and as an internal antiseptic
in cases of cystitis with decomposing urine."
Practical Therapeutics, Hare, Sixteenth Edi-
tion: "Saccharin Physiological Action-Upon
the circulation and similar vital functions sac-
charin has no effect, but Pluggee has proved it to
retard the action of all the digestive ferments,
and to be in consequence not devoid of evil effect
on diabetics whose digestion is impaired."
Modern Materia Medica and Therapeutics,
Stevens, Fifth Edition:. "BenzOsulphinidum (Sac-
cahrin) is chiefly useful as a substitute for sugar
when the latter is contraindicated, as in diabetes
mellitus. Used too freely, it has a retarding in-
fluence on digestion and general metabolism."
Medical Chemistry and Toxicology, Holland,
Second Edition: "Saccahrin-Toxicology. It re-
tards the action of the enzyms in the digestive
fluids and also those of the blood and tissues. To
a certain extent it depresses general metabol-
ism."












The preceding quotations from modern authorities
should convince the most sceptical that saccharin, a
most potent drug, an antiseptic, a preservative or anti-
ferment, in other words an antidigestive, is not only a
fraud under the Food and Drug Law, as it is not a
food, but also that it is used as a substitute for sugar,
one of the most valuable, if not the most valuable, food
known.
It is used principally by invalids, children and young
people, who by nature are fond of sugar, a natural crav-
ing of the body for the necessary carbohydrates to pro-
mote the normal growth of the body and repair the waste
of the invalid weakened, or childhoods intense bodily ac-
tivity.
It is to be hoped that parents and guardians of chil-
dren, physicians and nurses, will demand of their State
and national officers, legislative, administrative and ju-
dicial a strict enforcement of the law prohibiting the
sale of adulterated, poisonous or deleterious foods.
While the preservation of the health of the public,, par-
ticularly that of the children and youth of the State is
of the greatest importance, there is also a vast economic
or business problem involving many millions of dollars
to the farmers and business men of the State.
Florida as a state is now rapidly increasing the area
devoted to sugar culture and manufacture. Large areas
are being planted in cane and vast sums expended in
sugar and syrup factories. It is unnecessary to say that
the substitution of a drug, not a food, for sugar (partic-
ularly when a pound of the drug, costing but five dollars
at retail can be substituted for five hundred pounds of
sugar) will necessarily delay, if not destroy, this impor-
tant agricultural and manufacturing industry.
The people of the State should demand of the legisla-
ture a law specifically prohibiting the use of saccharin
in foods, as has been done by numbers of other States;
prohibiting its use under the constitutional police powers
of the State. It is highly probable that this "economic"
"business" or "selfish" argument will have more influence
upon public opinion than the welfare or health of the
people of the State.









41

The history of the fertilizer, stock feed, and food and
drug control laws of the nation and various states is that
they were not enacted primarily for the protection of the
health of the public, and not until it was shown that a
vast economic problem was involved; and that the sale.
of adulterated, misbranded, deficient fertilizers, feeds,
foods and drugs was not profitable to the consumer, the
producer, the farmer and manufacturer of honest goods,
were these economic control laws enacted.
It is to be hoped that if this appeal for the protection
of the health and proper development of the bodies of our
children and young people does not prevail, that the ap-
peal to the economic or business interests of the State
will prohibit the use of this drug by direct legislation
on the subject;'and the exercise of the State's constitu-
tional police powers in protecting the health of her citi-
zens.











ANALYTICAL FORCE.

The three analysts employed by the State Laboratory
are industrious, capable and fiecessarily work long hours
in the effort to report promptly upon all samples. This
report shows a number of analyses made by each; each
sample involving four to seven determinations.
I have reported the necessity of additional analysts
previously. The growers of the State are paying annually
some $80,000 for protection, and are entitled to more
prompt service, which can only be given by a larger force
of competent analysts, it being physically impossible for
the present force to meet the demands .as promptly as the
consumer has a right to expect.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

I wish to extend to the analytical force of the State
Laboratory, the Inspectors of the Chemical Division and
the Citrus Inspectors, the thanks and appreciation of the
State Chemist for their hearty cooperation, their constant
labor and vigilance in the effort to aid in the protection
of the citizens of the State, and the honest manufacturers
and dealers, from dealers in "short weight," "adulter-
ated," and "misbranded" foods, feeds and fertilizers,
quack remedies and green fruit.
Respectfully submitted,
R. E. ROSE,
State Chemist.









DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. GORDON HART, Assistant Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 9, Act Approved May 22, 1901.


NAME, OR BRAND. Q




Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5064 12.86

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5065 10.44

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5066 11.38

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5067 12.68

Goat Manure No. 3............. 5068 15.31

Goat Manure .................. 5069 17.60

Blood and Bone No. 1........... 5070 10.71

Raw Ground Bone No. 2........ 5071 7.43


Phosphoric Acid.


.0 0



8.25 3.32 11.57

2.25 2.42 10.67

7.92 0.351 8.27

5.80 0.271 6.07

1.45 0.25| 1.70

0.80 0.071 0.27

4.25 1.80 6.05

8.48 16.12124.60


FOR WHOM SENT.


o .
o


6.35 2.24

5.76 3.80

3.84 5.52

5.54 3.91

1.79 3.18

2.64 3.46

11.79 ....

6.17 ....


Ed Camcron, Sanford.

J. R. Murphy, Sanford.

A. S. Hawkins, Sanford.

G. S. Cain, Sanford.

Joe Fernandez, Sanford.

C. Bell, Sanford.

B. E. Squires, Sanford.

C. Bell, Sanford.









Tankage No. 2..................

Tankage No. 3...............

Tankage No. 1................

Tankage No. 1................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer No. 1................

Fertilizer No. 2.................

Fertilizer No. 3................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Complete Orange Fertilizer.....

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Mixed Fertilizer..............

Mixed Fertilizer...............


5072 9.10

5073 13.74

5074 5.98

5075 6.46

5076 12.75

5078 10.34

5079 9.86

5080 10.26

5081 9.84

5082 8.27

5083 4.08

5084 7.07

5085 9.53

5086 8.01

508711.77

5088 9.28


4.60112.37110.621..


5.0211

2.50

5.00

2.20

1.451

1.471

1.82 ]

1.67

2.42

13.20 :

1.82

1.05

0.62

4.13

0.77


4.92

4.66

4.42

5.78

5.58

3.34

4.64

2.36

5.38

2.72

6.08

3.80


Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

Ed Cameron, Sanford.

J. F. McClelland, Sanford.

J. R. Murphy, Sanford.

Borax 0.14%. T. P. Drake, Sanford.

Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Gordon & Colbert, Ft. Myers.

W. R. Haygood, Oxford.

H. O. Juve, Oslo.

Gene Shannahan, Ft. Myers.

H. H. Tussy, Ft. Myers.

Hubbell Fruit Co., Palmetto.

Mike Stoinoff, Sanford.

John Bolly, Sanford.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Mixed Fertilizer................

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2..........

Mixed Fertilizer (Special) No. 1.

Goat Manure No. 4..............

Raw Ground Bone No. 3........

Raw Bone Meal.................


|5089 10.281

5090 9.32

509110.83

5092 6.99

5093 5.00

5094 8.38

15095 11.21

5096 14.33

5097 6.801

5098 6.061


Phosphoric Acid.



e
,3 3 -


6.421

4.40

5.53

7.23

5.70

6.35

8.30

0.72

.1.531

.2.35


0.851

0.82

1.971

1.971

2.271

1.67'

0.751

0.051


14.37[25.90

15.45127.80


FOR WHOM SENT.


I I


5.82 W. H. Allen, Sanford.

5.42 Henry Witte, Sanford.

3.54 Fish & Fish, Sanford.

3.36 S. H. Buchanan, Sanford.

5.56 S. H. Buchanan, Sanford.

9.18 J. M. Oglesby, Sanford.

5.40 J. M. Oglesby, Sanford.

2.88 Fish & Fish, Sanford.

..... Fish & Fish, Sanford.

..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.


{








Tankage No. 2................. 5099 8.53 10.30

Blood and Bone Tankage No. 3.. 5100 6.48 7.05

Kainit ......................... 5101 0.47 .....

Castor Pomace No. 2........... 5102 7.74 .....

"Orange Fertilizer"............. 5104 12.70 6.13

Fertilizer No. 1................. 5105 3.95 4.90

Fertilizer No. 2................. 5106 3.30 5.04

Fertilizer ...................... 5107 4.84 8.55

Fertilizer ...................... 5108 5.98 6.30

Fertilizer ...................... 5109 9.56 6.75

Fertilizer No. 2................. 5110 10.04 6.55

Fertilizer ...................... 5111 7.57 8.33

Bone Meal ......................5112 9.56 7.30

Fertilizer ...................... 5113 14.27 4.95

Fertilizer ...................... 5114 8.27 6.95

Fertilizer ...................... 5115 3.50 7.70


1.75112.15 8.85 .....|Fish & Fish, Sanford.

2.65 9.70 10.69 ..... R. Murphy, Sanford.

..... ..... ..... 14.62 H. H. Chappell, Sanford.

..9.61..... Henry Witte, Sanford.

3.77 9.90 2.521 5.24 Ed M. Earnest, Palatka.

9.45\14.35 3.90 3.60 Standard Growers Exchange, Ft. Myers.

13.76 18.80 4.54 3.54 Standard Growers Exchange, Ft. Myers.

2.75 11.30 4.89 5.12 C. J. Stubbs, Ft. Myers.

5.70112.00 5.38 0.46 Hill Crest Grove Co., St. Leo.

0.55 7.30 3.75 4.42 W. H. Towles, Ft. Myers.

0.65 7.20 3.38 5.10 W. H. Towles, Ft. Myers.

0.221 8.55 3.30 3.68 Ben Faulkner, Ft. Myers.

9.05116.35 9.04 ..... DeSoto Fruit Co., Nocatee.

7.25112.20 3.95 5.14 Geo. Kingston, Ft. Myers.

2.701 9.65 3.64 4.64 J. R. Springer, Orlando.

0.051 7.75 4.05 4.631C. J. Stubbs, Ft. Myers.








SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-(Continued.)


NAME, OR BRAND.




Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5116

Celery Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5117

Lettuce Fertilizer No. 2......... 5118

Mixed Fertilizer (Lettuce) No. 1. 5119

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5120

Mixed Fertilizer (Vegetable) No. 3 5121

Special Mixed Fertilizer No. 4.. 5122

Special Lettuce Fertilizer No. 5.. 5123

Mixed Fertilizer................ 5124

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5125


Phosphoric Acid







10.83 6.20 0.45 6.65

8.76 5.80 1.87 7.67

8.27 5.95 1.20! 7.15

9.11 8.67 0.85 9.52

5.72 5.35 2.85 8.20

5.34 7.53 1.47 9.00

10.36 5.83 2.82 8.65

11.33 6.20 4.32110.52

7.35 4.65 3.55 8.20

5.76 6.00 0.80 6.80


a
A FOR WHOM SENT.

a


5.63 4.88 J. E. Esteridge, Sanford.

4.76 6.48 J. E. Pace, Sanford.

5.76 5.78 J. E. Pace, Sanford.

4.74 3.18 Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

5.70 6.00 Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

4.12 0.24 Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

6.68 3.18 Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

6.13 3.40 Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

7.03 3.92 C. C. Sperring, Sanford.

5.67 1.40 G. C. McDougal, Sanford.










Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5126
n
SMixed Fertilizer ................ 5127

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5128

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5129

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1......... 5130

Blood and Bone No. 3.......... 5131

Tankage No. 2.................. 5132

Tankage No. 1.................. 5133

Kainit No. 2 ................... 5134

Kainit No. 3 .................... 5135

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5136

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5137

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5138

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5139

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5140

Mixed Fertilizer ................ j5141


6.56 6.38


1.80[ 8.18

2.40111.40

2.30 8.95

4.42 11.20

3.50 9.37

9.12 14.55

5.65 11.94

9.25113.35


.... I ....


1.20 8.13

4.15 10.40

2.45 8.38

3.15110.65

3.62110.05


4.211 5.30 2.75| 8.05


4.85

4.70

4.81

4.77

4.75

8.4.0

9.23,

9.15





4.75

4.82

5.57

4.85

4.44

5.t4[


3.12 M. Fleischer, Sanford.

2.64 W. H. Peters, Sanford.

3.34 W. W. Miller, Sanford.

3.00 L. S. Robb, Sanford.

3.32 Carl Carlson, Sanford.

... J. E. Pace, Sanford.

.... G. C. McDougal, Sanford.

.... W. W. Miller, Sanford.

12.80 Carl Carlson, Sanford.

15.74 W. W. Miller, Sanford.

3.12 C. L. Byrd, Sanford.

2.94 H. A. Loppin, Sanford.

5.36 R. L. Greer, Sanford.

3.30 R. L. Greer, Sanford.

3.08 L. B. Mann and C. E. Henry, Sanford.

5.40 B. E. Lake, Sanford.








SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-(Continued.)

Phosphoric Acid.


NAME, OR BRAND. FOR WHOM SENT.

$a .. p B0


Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5142

"Nitrapo" (Kainit).............. 5143

Sheep Manure .................. 5144

Tankage No. 1.................. 5145

Blood and Bone Fertilizer No. 1.. 5146

Tankage No. 2................. 5147

Sheep Manure No. 3............. 5148

Goat Manure No. 2.............. 5149

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5150

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5151


13.53

1.17

27.90

8.35

7.26

8.58

7.80

11.51

8.74


6.56



8.73

4.75

3.06

4.31

0.83

0.76

7.15


8.501 5.65


3.6710.23



0.17 8.90

8.00112.75

5.621 8.68

8.3212.63

0.70 1.53

0.27 1.03

1.60 8.75

3.20[ 8.85


4.50 3.12 J. F. Mann and C. E. Henry, Sanford.

..... 16.90 Borax 0.68%. L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

2.16 2.38 J. R. Murphy, Sanford.

10.02 ..... 0. J. Pope, Sanford.

11.02 ..... Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

9.53 ..... C. B. Bell, Sanford.

3.64 2.18 C. B. Bell, Sanford.

3.92 2.24 E. M. Galloway, Sanford.

4.47 3.00 Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

4.46 3.62 0. J. Pope, Sanford.







Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ...............

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Fertilizer .....................

Fertilizer ....................

Fertilizer No. 1.................

Fertilizer No. 2.................

Nitrate of Soda................

Cotton Seed Meal No. 1.........

Cotton Seed Meal No. 2.........

Goulding's Gem Guano..........


5152 7.30

5153 5.74

5154 9.53

5155 6.56

5156 8.53

5157 13.50

5158 10.85

5159 8.01

5160 9.54

5161 6.47

5162 10.93

5163 9.80

5164 0.84

5165 .....

5166 .....

5167 6.56


7.83

5.76

4.93

3.85

6.75

6.55

5.05

6.08

6.40

7.651

6.65

7.00







7.90


0.701 8.53

0.47 6.23

2.77! 7.70

4.201 8.05

1.85 8.60

2.00 8.55

2.901 7.95

2.25 8.33

5.95112.351

2.90110.551

3.85 10.501

3.60 10.60|


2.70. 10.60
2.70110.60


4.62 2.981R. T. Wynne, Sanford.

5.91 2.96 H. B. Lewis, Sanford.

6.10 4.34 W. A. Raynor, Sanford.

7.22 3.94 Smith, Connelly & Lake, Sanford.

6.55 3.64 Smith, Connelly & Lake, Sanford.

4.44 3.46!E. M. Galloway, Sanford.

5.90 3.96 C. B. Bell, Sanford.

4.97 2.56 Borax 0.15%. J. M. Brown, Sanford.

3.06 5.07 M. W. Jenkins, Sanford.

3.58 3.66 J. H. Sadler, Oakland.

5.35 5.32 E. P. Fripp, Miami.

5.04 5.40 E. P. Fripp, Miami.

19.58 ..... L. B. Skinner, Dunedin.

7.75 ..... A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy.

8.15 ..... A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy.

3.03 2.28 A. L. Wilson Co., Quincy.










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-(Continued.)


NAME, OR BRAND.


Fertilizer ....

"Nitrapo" ....

"Nitrapo" ....

"Nitrapo" ....

"Nitrapo" ....

Fertilizer No.

Fertilizer No.

Fertilizer No.

Fertilizer No.

Fertilizer No.


1 .................

2 .................

3 .................

4 .................

5 .................


Phosphoric Acid.

Cd

Is .i


11.40

4.20

6.17

1.08

6.63


0

Cd
0
PI


FOR WHOM SENT.


1.671 8.50 5.34 0.56 E. M. Willis, Williston.

..... .... 18.10 14.12 Borax 0.41%. Rex Packard, Sanford.
I C
..... ..... 17.28 18.05 Borax 0.55 %. Rossetter & Son, Sanford. tD

..... ..... 17.40 18.95 Borax 0.72%. L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

..........18.30 12.90 Borax 0.46. Ben Fish and Joe Cam-
eron, Sanford.
1.05 12.45 7.54 ..... L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

8.05112.25 9.91 ..... L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

3.501 9.67 11.38 ..... L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

..... 1.08 8.57 1.00 L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

4.35 10.98 8.88 1.06 L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.





T


I








Fertilizer No. 1.................

Fertilizer No. 1-A..............

Fertilizer No. 2.................

Fertilizer No. 1................

Fertilizer No. 2.................

Fertilizer No. 3.................

Fertilizer No. 4.................

Fertilizer No. 5.................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer A ...................

Fertilizer B ....................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Mixed Fertilizer ................


5178 11.84

5179 8.65

5180 8.90

5181 0.95

5182 9.93

5183 5.80

5184 5.97

5185 10.09

5186 5.16

5187 7.06

5188 9.17

5189 6.47

5190 2.11

5191 4.56

5192 8.61

|5193 10.82


8.28

2.28

11.28



0.90

8.65



6.70

3.65

8.38

9.00

7.78



6.41

8.35

6.10


3.10111.38 4.581 4.561Sol Wittenstein, Orlando.

7.60 9.88 4.47 4.72 Standard Growers Exchange, Orlando.

0.82112.10 4.50 2.14 Sol Wittenstein, Orlando.

..... ..... 19.50 .... L. W Tilden, Tildenville.

..... 0.90 8.00 0.701L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

3.70112.35 6.57 1.18 L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

.. .......... 43.34 L. W Tilden, Tildenville.

1.40 8.10 7.45 3.26 L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

4.00| 7.651 9.68 0.52 J. H. Sadler, Orlando.

1.6710.05 4.69 2.50 J. P. Cowburn, Crescent City.

1.10110.10 5.43 2.64 J. P. Cowburn, Crescent City.

6.7014.48 6.05 2.32 A. W. Hurley, Orlando.

...... ..... 24.98 G. L. Huxtable, Winter Garden.

7.87 14.28 9.71 ..... L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

0.35 8.70 6.97 4.04 L. W. Tilden, Tildenville.

1.35 7.45 7.081 3.24 Henry Nickel, Sanford.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-(Continued).


Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND 0 FOR WHOM SENT.

|1 I , ,
_____^iA~ i-___L____w


Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2..........

Tankage No. 3..................

Fertilizer .....................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Tankage No. 1..................


Mixed Fertilizer ................ 152031 6.301


2.25 7.43

4.80 10.00

2.801 9.58

3.62 9.83

6.75110.751

3.80 10.40

6.17115.10

0.251 9.75

11.90 17.30

1.oo00 8.83


5.94 3.92 G. C. Chamberlain, Sanford.

5.62 5.58 Seminole Farms, Inc., Sanford.

4.87 2.44 G. C. Chamberlain, Sanford.

5.59 5.54 Henry Nickel, Sanford.

10.20 ..... G. C. Chamberlain, Sanford.

3.54 1.38 Gordon & Colbert, Ft. Myers.

6.37 2.24 Nelson Henchen, Ft. Myers.

2.40 2.98 G. W. Rhodes, Woodville.

7.73 ..... R. O. Meriwether, Sanford.

4.92 3.141C. B. Miller, Sanford.










Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5204

Tankage No. 2.................. 5205

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5206

Tankage No. 2.................. 5207

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5208

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5209

Tankage No. 1.................. 5210

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5211

Bone Meal No. 1................ 5212

Tankage No. 2................. 5213

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5214

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5215


Tankage ............ ........

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................


52191 6.38


2.25

3.68

6.15

4.98

5.33

6.93

3.38

5.63

6.85

4.18

5.66

6.33

4.28

5.13

11.75

7.00


5.20 7.45 6.15 4.54

6.151 9.93 9.79 ....

0.95 7.10 5.92 4.88

9.62[14.60 9.12 .....

2.0f .7.33 5.40 6.02

3.17110.10 6.33 5.40

6.00 9.38 11.34 .....

0.601 6.23 5.31 5.20

11.20118.05 5.77 .....

9.07 13.25 7.65 .....

2.77 8.43 4.54 5.56

2.35 8.68 5.95 3.42

6.30110.58 10.01 .....

3.07 8.20 5.59 4.34

2.6514.40 5.50 4.36

0.50 7.50 5.68 2.82


C. M. Stowe, Sanford.

R. O. Meriwether, Sanford.

J. M. Hunter, Sanford.

C. M. Stowe, Sanford.

W. J. Thigpen, Sanford.

M. Stoinoff, Sanford.

L. W. Wallace, Sanford.

L. W. Wallace, Sanford.

L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

R. B. Monroe, Sanford.

R. B. Monroe, Sanford.

R. O. Meriwether, Sanford.

John Meisch, Sanford.

Mrs. A. Dorner, Sanford.

I. E. Esteridge, Sanford.








SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920- (Continued).


Phosphoric Acid
0

NAME, OR BRAND. 3 FOR WHOM SENT.
ca B
0 d

Ei


Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5220

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5221

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5222

Tankage No. 1.................. 5223

Tankage No. 2.................. 5224

Fish Scrap .................... 5225

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5226

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5227

Tankage ....................... 5228

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5229


7.701

5.81

8.31

6.89

8.38

18.31

7.77

7.97

7.99

10.30


6.18

6.50

7.50

4.40

2.48

9.35

5.73

6.10

5.28

6.08


0.901 7.08

1.40 7.90

1.751 9.25

11.10115.50

6.70' 9.18S

4.25113.60

1.201 6.93

0.45! 6.55'

8.00113.28

4.45 10.531


5.96 5.16 Rex Packard, Sanford.

4.48] 5.41 Partin Bros., Sanford.

5.17 3.12 Partin Bros., Sanford.

7.78..... A. R. Meriwether, Sanford.

9.85 ..... A R. Meriwether, Sanford.

4.50 ..... H. H. Chappell, Sanford.

6.92 2.90 Lawton Bros., Sanford.

5.78 3.54 J. J. Bolly, Sanford.

7.19 ..... W. S. Hand, Sanford.

4.601 3.38 A. Van Ness, Sanford.








Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5230

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5231

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5232

Tankage No. 3.................. 5233

Blood and Bone Tankage........ 5234

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5235

Fertilizer ...................... 5236

Fertilizer ...................... 5237

Fertilizer ...................... 5238

Fertilizer.......................5239

Cotton Seed Meal.............. 5240

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5241

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5242

Tankage No. 1 ............... 5243


Mixed Fertilizer No. 2..........

Mixed Fertilizer ................


8.181

10.701

5.13

8.70

6.50

7.89

11.00

14.60

14.47

9.18

7.81

3.90

9.00

6.38

3.89

6.17


6.98 0.501 7.481 5.701 3.10]1ossetter & Son, Sanford.

8.85 2.20111.05 5.48 2.56 J. F. McClelland, Sanford.

3.65 3.801 7.451 6.79 4.661J. F. McClelland, Sanford.

3.95 6.6510.6010.56 ..... J. -F. McClelland, Sanford.

3.30 6.301 9.60 10.50 ..... Mrs. A. Dorner, Sanford.
I
6.63 1.001 7.63 5.96 4.78 J. D. Hood, Sanford.

10.50 0.95|11.45 4.38 3.02Sid Smith,Woodville.

8.96 0.921 9.88 8.221 ...R. RL. Richey, Miccosukee.
I 1
8.98 0.951 9.93| 8.40 ..... G. W. Exum, Woodville.

10.88 0.2211.10 2.29 2.92'B. F. Smith, Miccosukee.

. ..- ...... .. 9.491 .. A. Dawkins, Juniper.

3.65 10.20113.85 6.75 4.50 Smith, Connelly & Lake, Sanford.

6.55 3.20 9.75' 6.35' 3.72ISmith, Connelly & Lake, Sanford.

5.60 13.1518.75 8.00 ..... Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

5.02 10.75115.77 6.88 4.08'Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

4.83 2.551 7.38 6.37 4.900G. C. Chamberlain, Sanford.










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-(Continued).

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. FOR WHOM SENT.
NAME, OR BRND. o a |
a s sd
n-i g << s

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.........

Mixed Fertilizer ...............

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ...............

Tankage No. 1.................

Tankage No. 1.................

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.........

Fish Fertilizer No. 1............

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.........


1.07 8.63

2.201 7.30

7.85 12.38

0.70 7.78

4.12 10.45

6.97110.95 1

11.97 18.33

3.20 10.50

4.70 13.98

1.02 7.46


Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

C. J. Meriwether, Sanford.

I. E. Esteridge, Sanford.

G. C. Spearing, Sanford.

R. S. Shimmons, Sanford.

Joe Fernandez, Sanford.

Joe Fernandez, Sanford.

R. H. Muirhead, Sanford.

R. H. Muirhead, Sanford.










Mixed Fertilizer No. 3..........

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ...............

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2..........

Mixed Fertilizer ......... :......

Fertilizer ......................

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2..........

Mixed Fertilizer No. 3..........

Goat Manure No. 2.............

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.........


Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5271


10.511 6.38


5270 8.13


8.75 4.59


4.34110.72

1.271 7.64

4.371 7.40

4.46 9.40

2.20 8.28

2.43 7.08

4.55 7.19

3.18 9.22

3.911 6.76

0.27 9.92

1.82 6.28

0.961 8.10

0.70 8.17

0.06 0.89

1.701 7.44

2.05 6.64


5.40 5.56

4.19 3.34

6.73 3.64

4.02 3.47

4.64 3.28

5.55 4.66

6.67 3.48

5.55 4.80

6.71 4.20

5.11 4.42

5.15 5.38

4.70 3.20

4.23 .

2.04 3.66

4.64 1.16

5.101 5.28


R. H. Muirhead, Sanford.

R. S. Shimmons, Sanford.

A. R. Meriwether, Sanford.

C. J. Cranston, Sanford.

A. H. Stone, Sanford.

A H. Stone, Sanford.

D. Leach, Sanford.

D. Leach, Sanford.

John Meisch, Sanford.

Mrs. F. B. Williamson, Mt. Dora.

Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

Smith & Dutton, Sanford.

Tropical Vegetable Co., Sanford.

Partin Bros., Sanford.

Partin Bros., Sanford.








SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-(Continued).


NAME, OR BRAND.


Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5272

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5273

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5274

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5275

Tankage No. 1.................. 5276

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5277

Raw Ground Bone Meal......... 5278

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5279

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5280

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5281


Phosphoric Acid.


. -
0 3
s -
i


10.68 5.081

9.76 4.89

10.18 5.97

8.40 6.41

6.37 2.90

12.32 4.70

7.18 4.55

7.38 7.19

11.40 5.09

10.45| 7.90


3.701 8.78

3.16 8.05

2.661 8.63

1.23 7.64

4.911 7.81

1.91 6.61

15.95120.50

1.641 8.8-3

3.051 8.14

2.27110.171


FOR WHOM SENT.


32 I


5.32 5.40 John Russell, Sanford.

6.42 5.78|G. L. Bledsoe, Sanford.

5.44 5.66 J. D. Hood, Sanford.

4.38S 3.48'J. H. Perritt, Sanford.

10.27].... W. J. Thigpen, Sanford.

4.21 3.12W. J. Thigpen, Sanford.

5.14 ..... W. J. Lawton, Sanford.

5.30 4.821J. M. Brown, Sanford.

6.18 3.471Tropical Vegetable Co., Sa

5.101 2.38'Lew Hamburger, Sanford.


Inford.










Mixed Fertilizer ................ 15282111.66


Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Blood and Bone.................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

"Nitrapo" .....................

Potash Nitrate .................

Potash Nitrate .................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Mixed Fertilizer ................

Cotton Seed Meal................

Tomato Fertilizer No. 1.........

Tomato Fertilizer No. 2.........


5283 7.06

5284 8.50

5285 8.15

5286 8.75

5287 5.50

5288 9.38

5289 10.02

5290 1.45

5291 0.61

5292 0.91

5293 5.58

5294 10.14

5295 7.16

5296 13.76

5297 16.19


5.72 4.00

4.26 0.681

8.57 6.93

6.42 0.841

4.76 4.07

4.37 5.30

6.68 1.7l2

8.02 2.101


7.48 0.82

7.781 0.82


9.72 4.24

4.94 4.45


4.10 W. G. Aldridge, Sanford.

2.801J. H. Perritt, Sanford.


15.50 3.98 2.941W. J. Daniels, Sanford.

7.26 4.80 1.06 Partin Bros., Sanford.

8.83 5.25 5.18 M. B. Lyons, Sanford.

9.67 8.34 ..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

8.10 6.37 4.44 Rex Packard, Sanford.

10.12 3.70 2.68 Rex Packard, Sanford.

..... 17.78 19.22 G. F. Smith, Sanford.

..... 18.51 9.04 I. E. Esteridge, Sanford.

..... 18.48 10.08 L. S. Robb, Sanford.

7.00 2.21 5.96 L. J. Hartley, Sanford.

9.00 5.61 5.16 J. E. Pace, Sanford.

.. 8.45 .... F. W. Nordhouse, Quincy.

8.30 3.74 4.84 Thos. Brewer, Florida City.

8.601 3.13 4.461Thos. Brewer, Florida City.








SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-(Continued).


Phosphoric Acid.
0
NAME, OR BRAND. o g 5 FOR WHOM SENT.

,I S I B 2 a
I II s I


Acid Phosphate--Soo ........... 5298 9.85117.65

Acid Phosphate-Sou ........... 5299 7.51 18.08

Fertilizer No. 1................. 5300 10.02 8.30

Fertilizer No. 2................. 5301 10.55 4.23

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5302 9.00 6.55

Cotton Seed Meal............... 5303 9.91 .....

Mixed Fertilizer ................ 5304 12.75 6.22

Fertilizer ...................... 5305 9.07 7.18

Fertilizer ...................... 5306 10.51 8.77

Fertilizer ...................... 5307 10.55 7.67


1.25[18.90

1.72 19.80.

1.001 9.30

2.17 6.40

0.82 7.37

..... .....

1.85T 8.07

2.47 9.65

1.55110.32

2.80'10.47


5.62

5.06

3.91

7.83

4.29

2.39

2.48

2.13


..... C. L. Mizell, Tallahassee.

..... C. L. Mizell, Tallahassee.

2.64W. H. Towles, Ft. Myers.

..... W. H. Towles, Ft. Myers.

3.00 Geo. S. Cain, Sanford.

..... C. G. Bell, Sanford.

3.30 L. S. Robb, Sanford.

3.42 E. S. Hines, Miccosukee.

3.58 R. L. Richey, Miccosukee.

2.44 Alex McCallum, Crestview.








Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer A ....................

Fertilizer B ...................

Fertilizer No. 1................

Fertilizer No. 2.................

Fertilizer No. 3.................

Fertilizer No. 4.................

Cotton Seed Meal...............

Fertilizer No. 1................

Fertilizer No. 2................

Fertilizer ................... .

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................


"Nitrapo"

Fertilizer


530811.05 8.65

5309 9.50 6.40

5310 10.05 8.801

5311 13.3015.62

531212.02 8.67

531310.50 9.82

5314 12.90 10.12

5315 9.25 .....

5316 9.22 7.05

5317 8.70 7.25

5318 10.12 8.45

5319 9.65 6.85

5320 7.52 8.25

5321 0.87 .....

5322 12.17 6.80


1.55110.20

3.57 9.97

1.22110.02

0.25115.87

0.85 9.52

3.20 12.92

0.85 10.97

..... .....

3.87 10.92

3.45110.70

0.871 9.32

8.25115.10

0.35 8.60



1.75 8.55


2.64 3.261R. L. Richey, Miccosukee.

5.21 2.06 Standard Growers Exchange, Orlando.

4.46 2.94 W. L. Story, Orlando.

.......... Panama Producers Assn., Chipley.

2.20 2.48 Panama Producers Assn., Chipley.

..... 3.83 Panama Producers Assn., Chipley.

3.89 2.15 Panama Producers Assn., Chipley.

9.55 ..... M. W. Smith, Greensboro.

5.35 2.26 Standard Growers Exchange, Ft. Myers.

5.35 2.24 Standard Growers Exchange, Ft. Myers.

2.27 2.02 T. M. Williams, Starke.

4.55 4.32 J. L. Dillard, Orlando.

4.00 3.26 J. H. Finch, Marianna.

18.35 16.08 J. F. Smith, Sanford.

4.53 4.06 Joe Fernandez, Sanford.


..................

...................


...

..'










SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1920.-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Mixed Fertilizer ...............

Fertilizer ......................

Mixed Fertilizer ..............

Mixed Fertilizer ...............

Mixed Fertilizer ...............


-----~-~-- I


Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5328 13.35 8.80 0.75 9.55

Cotton Seed Meal .............. 5329 8.721 ... .. ...

Fertilizer ...................... 5330 0.22 . .... .

Fertilizer (B 4-26.20) .......... 5331 8.15 11.12 0.50 11.62

Fertilizer (A 4-26-20) .......... 5332 9.75 8.75 2.00 10.75

Fertilizer ...................... 5333114.62111.55 1.15112.70


Phosphoric Acid



0 C' 7


5323 7.021 7.12 0.48 7.60

53241 9.77 980 0.60 10.40

5325114.221 5.02 5.55110.57

5326 8.80 4.93 0.82 5.75

5327 9.87| 5.121 1.701 6.82


0
SFOR WHOM SENT.




6.14 5.401H. H. Chappell, Sanford.

5.781 0.69'Harley Ward, Winter Park.

4.871 2.551M. E. Card, Fort Pierce.

4.88 2.84[Borax-None, A. R. Meriwether, Sanfd.

4.91| 5.98;Borax-None, L. G. Hunter, Sanford.

3.731 4.14 Borax-None, L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

9.10 .... Palmer Slyvester, Hinson.

..... 48.75 A. J. Dozier, Arcadia.

4.45 2.46 S. Wittenstein, Orlando.

3.36 7.101S. Wittenstein, Oilando.

2.09 2.80G. E. Kenil), Havana.








Fertilizer .................... 5334 20.00 10.30

Fertilizer ..................... 5335 9.02 9.77

SMixed Fertilizer ............... 5336 9.72 6.85

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5337 7.45 4.55

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5338 9.82 5.20

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5339 8.37 4.50

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5340 17.52 5.08

Fertilizer ..................... 5341 8.32 6.03

Fertilizer ...................... 53421 9.25 8.18

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 534311.07 5.13

Goat Manure ................. 534418.80 2,07

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5345 7.57 6.95

Mixed Fertilizer .............. 5346 7.47 5.17

Fertilizer ...................... 5347 9.22 8.35

Fertilizer ...................... 5348 10.70 9.63

Fertilizer ...................... 5349 8.82 9.50


0.63 10.93

1.00 10.77

3.00 9.85

2.351 6.90

4.40 9.60

2.32 6.82

2.72 7.80

6.92 12.95

6.07114.25

4.021 9.15

0.08i 2.15

6.37 13.32

0.55 5.72

2.25 10.60

2.87 12.50

3.50 13.00


0.00

5.05

4.91

5.27

4.24

5.09

3.99

4.61

4.35

4.36

2.29

3.93

4.82

3.47

4.04

5.14


3.97 G. E. Kemp, Havana.

3.92 L. B. Skinner, Dunedin.

5.30 Tropical Vegetable Co., Sanford.

5.22 W. J. Thigpen, Sanford.

3.30 Joe Fernandez, Sanford.

4.64 L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

2.34 D. S. Graham, Chiefland.

2.12 Dr. S. McAlroy, Orlando.

1.90 J. R. Springer, Orlando.

3.341Borax 0.50, A. P. Connelly, Sanford.

2.74 Borax-None. Royal Fern Co., Sanford.

2.08 Borax, 0.0065. Royal Fern Co., Sanford.

3.18 Meriwether & Flowers, Sanford.

4.76 E. S. Lawrence, Orlando.

5.54 Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

3.48 Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. FOR W M
a FOR WHOM SENT.

i3 E P< H <


I 1 I I I
Fertilizer .................... 5350 5.47 8.97 1.45 10.42'

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5351 5.57 5.40 3.00 8.40|

Mixed Fertilizer (No. 2) ...... 5352 8.17 1.85i 7.10 11.951

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5353 10.50 5.67 4.50110.17

Fertilizer ...................... 5354 9.42 8.93 0.82 9.75

Fertilizer ...................... 53551 7.751 8.25 1.25 9.50

Raw Ground Bone .............. 5356 6.87 8.88114.62 23.50

Fertilizer ...................... 5357 9.65 11.23 2.07 13.30

Fertilizer ...................... 5358 9.57 9.82 0.80 10.62

Fertilizer ............. ....... ..... 5359 8.32 10.70 2.30 13.00


-I I
3.64 0.70 Geo. W. Hopkins, Deer Park.

4.95 2.10iJ. M. Evans, Sanford.

4.79 3.86J. M. Evans, Sanford.

4.73 3.60 Thrasher Bros., Sanford.

3.77 2.58 H. S. Miller, Homestead.

3.18 5.10 The Hubbell Fruit Co., Palmetto.

5.09 ..... H. E. Heitman, Ft. Myers.
4.55 3.86 Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

5.00 4.721H. Levine, Orlando.

4.55 4.12IManatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.








Fertilizer No. 5 .............. 5360 6.37

Commercial Fertilizer .......... 5361 14.22

Fertilizer ...................... 5362 4.32

Fertilizer ...................... 5363 9.87

Fertilizer No. 21131 ............ 5364 9.10

Fertilizer ..................... 5365 11.37

Fertilizer ..................... 5366 9.371


Blood Bone and Potash.........

Fertilizer No. 5 ................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Fertilizer ......................

Castor Pomace ...............


7.35

7.95

8.58

7.35


110167

6.65

9.00

10.65

8.10

8.30

8.42

8.93

8.45

0.50


8.15 15.50 4.23

6.40 14.351 3.961

1.67 10.25 4.181

1.90 9.25 4.32


0.65 11.32 4.82

2.90! 9.551 3.411


0.70 9.70

4.85 15.50

1.20 9.30

2.32 10.62

7.50 15.92

1.07 10.00

6.17 14.62

0.05 0.55


2.40

3.58

3.05

4.20

3.30

2.40

4.05

6.35


4.92 Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

3.06 Lake Nursery Co., Leesburg.

5.16 S. B. Hull, Oakland.

5.00G. E. Nolan, Orlando.

..... Borax 0.026 %, C. M. Berry, Sanford.

3.581G. F. Huxtable, Orlando.

10.88 Standard Growers' Exchange, Fort
Myers.

2.36 Thomas Guidy, Milton.

2.82 Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

4.521Mrs. I. M. Starke, Beresford.

3.78 A. D. Symonds, Orlando.

5.28IAnderson & Wilson, Orlando.

5.221A. S. Cecil, Orlando.

4.80 Nocatee Fruit Co., Nocatee.

1.04. J. J. Bolly, Sanford.


J


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SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.
O
e a FOR WHOM SENT.
NAME, OR BRAND.

I _. _. ._C . _
.5 0
i-l ~~i p ) f ^ <


Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5375 7.90

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1 .......... 5376 11.22

Tankage No. 2................. 5377 12.02

Castor Pomace.................. 5378 7.22

Cottonseed Meal No. 1.......... 5379 9.10

Cottonseed Meal No. 3.......... 5380 7.62

Cottonseed Meal No. 2.......... 5381 7.35

Cottonseed Meal No. 5.......... 5382 7.55

Cottonseed Meal No. 4.......... 5383 7.37

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.........|53841 8.17


1.70 9.171

1.25 6.70

2.75 8.40

.... 6.80....


..... .....








1.501 6.801


3.92 3.14|Troplcal Vegetable Co., Sanford.

5.87 4.54 Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

9.44 ..... Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

6.40 0.86 Ft. Myers Truckers' Assn., Ft. Myers.

6.90..... LA. Brumley, Sanford.

7.05 ..... LA. Brumley, Sanford.

7.05 ..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

6.83 ..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

6.05 ..... L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

4.60 4.541R. B. Monroe, Sanford.








Castor Pomace No. 2.... ......

Mixed Fertilizer ...............

Cottonseed Meal No. 2..........

Castor Pomace No. 3..........

Mixed Fertilizer .............

Mixed Fertilizer ..............

Ashes No. 1....................

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Mixed Fertilizer ..............

Mixed Fertilizer ..............

Mixed Fertilizer ..............

Cottonseed Meal ..............

Fertilizer .....................

Fertilizer ....................

Fish Tankage No. 5............


5385 7.12

5386 16.45

5387 9.60

5388 9.35

5389 10.00

5390 10.22

5391 17.90

5392 6.50

5393 14.25

5394 8.12

5395 7.50

5396 7.80

5397 14.47

5398 9.22

5399 20.00


4.55


1.95 8.32....
1.91 8.32


0.92 6.75

0.321 7.50

1.10 6.90

0.87 6.95



4.55 8.35

0.75 12.25

4.901 9.45


7.00 0.881R. B. Monroe, Sanford.

4.72 3.28 Louis Fleischer, Sanford.

6.75 ..... J. E. Pace, Sanford.

6.39 0.96 J. E. Pace, Sanford.

4.25 5.04 C. F. Brannan, Sanford.

6.15 3.54 J. J. Bolly, Sanford.

..... 1.12 J. E. Pace, Sanford.

5.10 5.08 L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

4.05 5.420R. F. Wynne, Sanford.

5.30 5.801A. G. Purvis, Sanford.

5.50 5.50 Henry & DuBose, Sanford.

7.15 ..... W. J. Singletary, Grand Ridge.

9.30 ..... A. W. Hurley, Orlando.

3.15 9.28 Ponce de Leon Groves, Indrio.

9.06 .....Henry Witte, Sanford.
I I


1 4.551 1









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.


Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5400 13.90 6.02

Castor Pomace ................ 54011 9.42 .....

Fish Tankage No. 1............ 5402 19.77 4.28

Cottonseed Meal No. 3.......... 5403 8.55 .....

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5404 13.85 5.75

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5405 16.45 5.80

Mixed Fertilizer No. 4.......... 5406 11.97 8.15

Dried Blood ................... 5407 9.25 .....

Cottonseed Meal No. 1.......... 5408 8.50 .....

Mixed Fertilizer No. 3.......... 154091 9.27 8.07


4.40 10.421 5.75 4.221J. A. Allison, Sanford.
....... 6.60 ..... Louis Fleischer, Sanford.

5.121 9.40 7.85 ..... Rex Packard, Sanford.

.. ...... 7.20 ..... Rex Packard, Sanford.

0.50 6.25 5.85 5.26 Rex Packard, Sanford,

2.501 8.30 5.101 5.661C. M. Stowe, Sanford.

1.85 10.00 4.87 7.14 Henry Witte, Sanford.

..... ..... 16.50 ..... J. J. Bolly, Sanford.

......... 7.00 ..... Henry W itte, Sanford.

1.551 9.62 6.251 4.801Henry Witte, Sanford.









Mixed Fertilizer No. 1........... 5410112.071 6.85


Castor Pomace No. 2........... 5411 7.52

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5412 8.12

Baugh's Raw Bone Meal........ 5413 7.42

Exchange Citrus Fertilizer No. 6 5414 10.27

Mixed Fertilizer A............ 5415 9.52

Mixed Fertilizer B............ 5416 7.47

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5417 7.95

Cottonseed Meal No. 1.......... 5418 7.65

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5419 9.15

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5420 10.00

Dried Blood No. 2.............. 5421 8.90

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5422 8.72

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5423 11.65

Bone Tankage No. 3............ 5424 6.82


8.20

11.20

8.21

10.80

2.85

6.35



8.03

9.38



6.07

5.55

9.13


8.00114.85



1.50 9.70

11.75 22.95

0.60! 8.81

2.25 13.05

0.501 3.35

1.451 7.80


2.251 8.32

4.001 9.55

7.62116.75
1


6.00 5.14 J. A. Allison, Sanford.

6.50 ..... Henry Witte, Sanford.

6.80 2.42 Mrs. J. S. Moore, Sanford.

4.90 ...... Citrus Co-ouerative Assn., Mt. Dora.

3.40 3.42 Citrus Co-operative Assn., Mt. Dora.

4.25 6.50 Seminole Fruit Co., Indrio.

6.00 3.901Seminole Fruit Co., Indrio.

4.25 5.82 O. C. Bryant, Sanford.

7.20 ..... Fish & Fish, Sanford.

6.75 6.22 John Bolly, Sanford.

5.40 4.48 John Bolly, Sanford.

16.70 ..... Fish & Fish, Sanford.

6.30 3.10 Henry Nickel, Sanford.

5.10 5.20 J. E. Pace, Sanford.

8.00 Fish & Fish, Sanford.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. FOR WHOM SENT.


1-- S


Nitrate of Soda No. 2...........

Goat Manure No. 3.............

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........

Ashes No. 4....................

Mixed Fertilizer ...............

Mixed Fertilizer ...............


1.17

17.12

13.67

9.67

8.80

6.70


Mixed Fertilizer ............... 15431 10.02


Fertilizer ..................... 5432

Sulphate of Potash No. 2........ 5433

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1..........15434


9.12

2.06

10.67


0.021 1.00

1.37 7.80

..... .....

0.501 7.45

1.37 8.82

2.401 9.52
1
5.45114.12



4.06111.37


18.50

1.80

4.37



4.15

6.65

6.60

3.25



6.05


..... G. W. Spencer, Sanford.

2.98 G. W. Spencer, Sanford.

3.86 G. W. Spencer, Sanford.

1.72 G. W. Spencer, Sanford.

3.16 J. M. Vining, Sanford.

7.64 L. A. Brumley, Sanford.

3.14 W. J. Lawton, Oviedo.

4.00 H. S. Miller, Homestead.

48.88 Frank Meisch, Sanford.

6.24 C. Stootoff, Sanford.









Cottonseed Meal No. 2......... 5435 8.97

Acid Phosphate................ 5436 10.72

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5437 11.22

Fertilizer .................... 5438 13.82

Fish Tankage No. 1........... 5439 19.62

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5440 9.17

Fish Tankage No. 2........... 5441 18.15

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5442 12.30

Cottonseed Meal No. 2.:........ 5443 9.02

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5444 13.12

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5445 11.22

Fish Tankage.................. 5446 17.02

Fish Tankage No. 1.............. 5447 17.87

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5448 12.02

Fish Tankage.................. 5449 17.75


..... .... .... 6.50 .. ..C Stootoff, Sanford.

16.50 0.90117.451..:.. .... Frank Meisch, Sanford.

8.85 1.30110.15 6.001 7.10 Frank Meisch, Sanford.

11.33 1.37 12.70 3.40 5.66 I. Shader, Orlando.

4.80 4.45 9.25 9.00 ..... Rossetter & Son, Sanford.

7.50 1.25 8.75 5.87 4.22 F. F. Dutton, Sanford.

4.63 4.871 9.50 8.90 ..... F. F. Dutton, Sanford.

6.25 1.501 7.75 4.11 3.36 Joe Fernandez, Sanford.

..... ..... ..... 6.70 ..... Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

6.12 0.75 6.87 5.951 3.34Rossetter & Son, Sanford.

7.90 1.001 8.90 4.92 5.62 S. H. Buchanan, Sanford.

3.68 3.371 7.05 9.00 ..... Frank Meisch, Sanford.

4.25 5.37| 9.62 8.00 ..... Joseph Cameron, Sanford.

5.85 1.901 7.75 5.20 4.92T. W. Bryden, Sanford.

4.48 1.87 6.35 10.00 ..... E. G. Klock, Sanford.









SPECIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.


NAME. OR BRAND.


Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5450 14.00

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5451114.77

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5452 12.05

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5453 8.10

Fish Tankage.................. 5454 17.45

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1 .......... 545 8.00

Complete Fertilizer No. 1....... 5456 23.20

Complete Fertilizer No. 2....... 5457 13.42

Complete Fertilizer No. 1....... 5458 10.77

Complete Fertilizer No. 2....... 5459 11.60


Phosphoric Acid


.0
I C
w S


0.25 6.10o

1.751 8.651

0.65] 6.871

1.501 6.00o

4.771 8.801

0.801 8.10

0.631 8.93

0.55 9.40

0.60 12.151

0.55113.05


0




5.10

5.20

5.20

4.90

9.20

4.35

3.00

3.77

4.95

3.62


FOR WHOM SENT.


2.68 Seminole Farms, Inc., Sanford.

5.46 C. M. Stowe, Sanford.

5.94 Mrs. J. S. Moore, Sanford.

4.881L. W. Wallace, Sanford.

.... H. H. Chappell, Sanford.

3.12 L. W. Wallace, Sanford.

3.69 W. L. Story, Orlando.

4.04 W. L. Story, Orlando.

4.681L. Wichtendahl, Orlando.

4.12 E. S. Lawrence, Orlando.









Complete Fertilizer No. 3 ...... 15460 9.27 9.40

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 546112.32 6.15

Mixed Fertilizer No. 3.......... 5462 11.10 5.70

Mixed Fertilizer No. 4.......... 5463110.67 5.53

Mixed Fertilizer No. 1.......... 5464 10.97 6.20

Fertilizer No. 1................ 5465 12.07 11.98

Fertilizer No. 2............... 5466 11.30 11.75

Fertilizer No. 3................ 5467 11.52 12.60

Fertilizer ..................... 5468 10.95 8.45

Ground Bone Fertilizer......... 5469 4.37 11.65

Fish Tankage ... ....... 5470 16.12 4.00

Fish Tankage No. 1.............5471118.47 4.10

Mixed Fertilizer No. 2.......... 5472 12.10 7.35

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5473 11.17 7.00

Mixed Fertilizer ............... 5474 6.92 6.15


0.37 9.77 4.52

0.371 6.52 5.22

0.30j 6.00 4.73

0.491 6.02 4.801

1.60[ 7.80 4.30

0.42 12.40 4.551
1
0.75112.50 4.40

0.40113.00 3.95

0.75| 9.20 2.60

17.85129.50 3.00

2.101 6.10 9.97

2.15 1 6.25 10.80

2.001 9.35 4.20
1
2.60 9.60 4.33

1.00 7.15 4.30;


5.82 Rabama Fruit Farms, Orlando.

2.56Seminole Farms, Inc., Sanford.

2.68 Seminole Farms, Inc., Sanford.

3.10 Seminole Farms, Inc., Sanford.

3.26 B. W. Vaughan, Palma Sola.

7.02 Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

6.84 Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

6.241Manatee Fruit Co., Palmetto.

3.06 R. O. Swindal, Palmetto.

..... J. T. Ezzard, Orlando.

..... J. E. Klock, Sanford.

.... F. F. Dutton, Sanford.

3.82 F. F. Dutton, Sanford.

3.341Thigpen, Christenberry & Houston,
Sanford.
3.46 S. H. Buchanan, Sanford.








SPECIAL FERTILIZER- ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. S d FOR WHOM SENT.
o 0
__O A 0 P. n

I I I 1 1. 5 I
Mixed Fertilizer ............... |5475 10.60 6.12 1.75 7.87 4.13| 3.58 F. I. Esteridge, Sanford.
Mixed Fertilizer ...............|54761 7.80 2.43 0.12 2.55 9.2b 4.84 R. F. Symes, Sanford.
Fertilizer ..................... 5477 3.05 6.40 0.101 6.50 4.28 10.32 J. E. Jones, Terra Ceia.
Fertilizer ..................... 5478 8.95 6.92 4.50111.42 5.70 5.481J. H. Brett, Terra Ceia.









DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FERTILIZER SECTION.
OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. GORDON HART, Assistant Chemist
Samples Taken by Inspectors Under Sections 1 and 2, Act Approved May 22, 1901.
Deficiencies greater than 0.20% are distinguished by Black Face Type.


Phosp]

NAME, OR BRAND. g 4 5 5
. I I

^ -I 2
----


Nitrate of Soda ................ 2562 Guaranteed
Found.....

H. G. Dried Blood .......... 25631 Guaranteed
Found.....

L. G. Blood and Bone .......... 2564 Guaranteed
Found.....

Castor Meal .................. 2565 Guaranteed
I Found.....


N. A. C. Sulphate Potash ......


7.62


Guaranteed ..... .....
Found..... 4.36 .....


horic Acid.
SBY WHOM AND
i- WHERE
MANUFACTURED.



..... .....18.00 ..... Amer. Agricultural Chem-
..... ..... 19.07 ..... ical Co., Jacksonville.
..... ..... 16.00 ..... Amer. Agricultural Chem.-
..... .... 18.05 .... ical Co., Jacksonville.

..... ..... 6.00..... Amer. Agricultural Chem-
9.70 17.32 8.37 ..... ical Co., Jacksonville.

.......... 5.00 0.50 Wilson-& Toomer Fertz.
..... ..... 6.27 0.46 Co., Jacksonville.

... ... ..... 50.00 Nitrate Agencies Co.,
..... ........ 43.361 Jacksonville.









OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. QI

0 <0


N. A. C. Special Mixture ........ 25671Guaranteed 9.00
1 Found..... 7.24

Fertilizer .................. .. .25681Guaranteed'10.00!
S Found..... 11.321

Extra Fruit and Vine .......... 25691Guaranteed 10.00
|Found..... 9.05

Exchange Perfection Citrus G'wr. 2570 Guaranteed 10.00|
Found..... 7.501

Cane and Corn Special ........ 25711Guaranteed 12.00
I Found..... 11.02!

Exchange Summer Citrus Fertz.. 12572 Guaranteed 10.00!
IFound..... 8.65;

Gulf Special Grower............ 2573 Guaranteed 8.00!
Found..... 7.80;


Phosphoric Acid.


q5

o
3 w
E-l


0


*g


BY WHOM AND
WHERE
MANUFACTURED


I I 1
6.00 ..... ..... 5.00 3.001Nitrate Agencies Co.,
8.93 0.201 9.13 6.731 3.54 Jacksonville.

7.50 1.50 ..... 5.00 5.00mAmer. Agricultural Chem-
6.85 2.601 9.45 5.14 5.44 ical Co., Jacksonville.

8.00 1.001 9.001 3.00 3.00 Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tampa,
8.30 7.00115.301 4.44 3.46 Fla.

6.00 ..... 10.00 4.00! 3.00 Exchange Supply Co.,
7.60 2.001 9.60; 4.851 3.521 Tampa, Fla.

6.00 ..... 10.001 3.00 1.00 West Coast Fertilizer Co.,
9.00 5.00 14.00 3.51 2.201 Tampa, Fla.

8.00 1.00 ..... 2.50 5.00 Exchange S u pp 1 y Co.,
7.93 2.87 10.80| 3.18! 4.86 Tampa, Fla.

6.00 1.001 7.00 4.001 1.001Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tampa,
6.15 9.50115.65 5.15| 1.30 Fla.








Exchange Citrus Fertz. No. 7.... 2574 Guaranteed 10.00 8.00 1.001.... 4.001 4.00[Exchange Supply Co.,
I Found..... 9.22 7.38 3.12110.501 4.591 4.401 Tampa, Fla.
I I I I
Bowker's Nassau Guano........ 2575 Guaranteed 10.00 8.00 2.00 ..... 2.001 2.00 The Coe-Mortimer Co.,
I Found..... 10.60 7.40 3.5010.90 2.71 2.22 Jacksonville, Fla.
German Kainit ............... 2576 Guaranteed 12.0012.00 ....................12.00Virginia-Carolina Chemical
Found..... 2.82 ..... ..... ..... ..... 12.90 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. G. Sea Island Fertz.........2577 Guaranteed 10.00 9.00 1.00 ..... 2.00 3.00 Virginia-Carolina Chemical
Found..... 9.95 9.22 0.75 9.97 1.91 3.46 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Special Tree Mixture .......... 2578 Guaranteed 12.00 5.00 ..... 8.00 4.001 1.00 West Coast Fertilizer Co.,
Found..... 10.40 6.40 8.57 14.97 4.00 1.52[ Tampa, Fla.
I I I I I I
Acid Phosphate ................ 25791Guaranteed 10.00116.00 1.00 ....... ......Armour Fertilizer Co.,
I Found..... 9.70 15.77 1.10 16.87 .. ........ Jacksonville, Fla.
Sweet Potato Special .......... 2580 Guaranteed[ 10.001 6.00 .....i 6.00 3.00 I 2.00 West Coast Fertilizer Co.,
I [Found..... [12.67 5.95 8.30114.251 3.18 2.18 Tampa, Fla.
Baker's Fruit and Vine Manure. .12581|GuaranteedlO.00 8.00 3.00 11.001 3.001 5.00[Amer. Agricultural Chem-
IFound..... 6.47 7.55[ 7.00 14.351 3.871 4.80 ical Co., Jacksonville
1 I I "[ I I I
General Crop Fertz. (No. 3) .... 25821Guaranteed 10.00 8.00 1.00 ..... 400 3.00 Armour Fertilizer Works,
S Found..... 13.82 8.25 0.60 8.85 4.09 4.66 Jacksonville, Fla.
Special Vegetable Mixture ...... 2583|Guaranteedl 12.001 6.00 ..... 8.00 4.001 1.00 West Coast Fertz. Co,
I IFound.....114.22, 6.581 7.5714.151 3.811 1.48 Tampa, Fla.









OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSIS, 1920.-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


10 a


I I
Special Fruit and Vine ........ 2584 Guaranteed 10.00 8.00
S Found..... 10.42 7.75

Excahnge Perfected Citrus G'wr. 2585 Guaranteed 10.00 6.00
S Found..... 10.001 5.80
Extra Fruit and Vine .......... 2586 Guaranteed 10.00 8.00
I Found..... 8.90 7.45

Special Fruit and Vine ........ 2588 Guaranteed 10.001 8.00
Found..... 8.20 7.65

Wauchula Cuke Special ........ 2589 Guaranteedl12.00 6.00
[ Found..... 10.351 7.30

Special Vegetable (No. 1) ...... 2590 Guaranteedl 8.00! 5.00
Found ..... 14.74 6.90

Special Formula for Peanuts .... 2591 Guaranteed|10.00 10.00
Found..... 9.05 10.65


Phosphoric Acid.

a .

* 3 2
a I 3 .


BY WHOM AND
WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


1.00 9.001 3.00 5.00]The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
5.87 13.621 3.691 6.781 Tampa, Fla.

4.00 ..... 4.00 3.00Exchange Supply Co.,
6.30 12.10 4.09 3.02 Tampa, Fla.

1.00 9.00 3.00 3.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
8.05115.50 3.231 3.321 Tampa, Fla.

1.00 9.00 3.001 5.00 The Gulf Fertilizer Co.,
5.55 13.201 3.181 5.70 Tampa, Fla.

..... 8.001 5.00 2.00 West Coast Fertilizer Co.,
5.70 13.00 6.20 1.52 Tampa, Fla.

..... 10.00 4.00 2.00 West Coast Fertilizer Co.,
5.10 12.00 4.00 1.44 Tampa, Fla.

2.00 ..... 1.00 1.00 Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
0.8011.45 1.27 0.90 Montgomery, Ala.








Pure Gold Mixture ............ 2592 Guaranteed 11.00 11.001 2.00 ..... 3.00, ..... Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
I IFound..... 8.50 10.901 0.75111.65 3.10I..... Montgomery, Ala.

Early Bird Florida Vege. Manureo2593 Guaranteed10.00 6.00 0.501 ..... 4.001 3.00 Osceola Fertilizer Co.,
Found.....] 7.851 5.43 1.801 7.231 3.961 3.14 Jacksonville, Fla.
II I I I I I 2 0
Exchange Special Fruit Mixture 2594 Guaranteed 10.00] 8.00 1.00..... 4.00 2.00 Exchange Supply Co.,
Found..... 13.22 9.10 3.00 12.10 4.12 3.36 Tampa, Fla.

No Brand...................... 2595 Guaranteed 18.00] 9.00 0.50 ..... 2.00 3.00 Savannah Guano Co., Sa-
Found..... 12.121 9.20 0.9510.15 2.06 2.80 vannah, Ga.

Strawberry 3% Special ........ 2596 Guaranteed 5.00 6.00 1.75 .....4.00 3.00 E. O. Painter Fertilizer
Found..... 10.851 6.88 2.57] 9.45 4.15 3.12 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
I 7
Good Cotton Seed Meal........ 2597 Guaranteed ..... ..... .... ..... 7.00..... Central Cotton Oil Co., ,o
Found..... 8.12 ..... ..... ..... 6.95].....] Macon, Ga. t-

South American Bone Tankage. 2598 Guaranteed 10.001 8.00 5.00 13.00 8.00 ..... Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Found..... 4.67111.15 7.28 18.43 6.18 ... Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Castor Pomace ................ 2599 Guaranteed 10.00 .............. 6.00 ..... Armour Fertilizer Works,
Found..... 6.82 ..... .... ..... 6.50 ..... Jacksonville, Fla.

Seminole Fruit Manure........ 2600 Guaranteed 12.00 8.00 1.001..... 3.00 5.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
I Found..... 9.97 8.55 1.75 10.30 3.15 4.96 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Tankage ...................... 2601 Guaranteed . ... .. .. .. .. ..... Seized by Sheriff, Sanford,
IFound..... 5.17] 9.04 6.50 15.54] 8.001.. .. Fla.









OFFICIAL FERTILIZER ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.

Rd -- BY WHOM AND
NAME, OR BRAND 0o a G5 .s WHERE
a 0 MANUFACTURED


-____| 1J | | I


Bradley's Florida Vegetable....


Lazaretto Early Trucker.......


Special Mixture...............


V-C Special No. 5..............


Florida Grower ...............


W. & T.'s Golden Fruiter.......


Guaranteed
Found.....

1 Guaranteed
Found.....

[ Guaranteed
Found.....

5 Guaranteed
Found.....

i Guaranteed
Found.....

' Guaranteed
Found.....


10.061 6.00
11.831 6.67
I
10.00 7.00
11.30 7.15

10.00 .
8.20 6.23

10.00 5.00
11.301 5.60

12.001 8.00
9.621 8.10

12.001 6.00
8.95! 6.65


I I
2.00 8.00
2.50 9.17

1.50 8.50
2.45 9.60

1.00 .....
0.62 6.851
1.00 .....
1.40 7.00

1.00 .....
2.75 10.87

1.00 .....
2.10 8.75


4.00 3.00
4.45 3.08!

5.00 5.00
5.55 5.66

5.00 3.00|
5.00 3.10

5.00 5.00
5.10 4.80

4.00 2.00
4.05 2.22

4.00 3.00
4.10 3.08


American Agricul. Chem.
Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

American Agricul. Chem. O
Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Va.-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Va.-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Co., Jacksonville, Fla.








Fertilizer .................... 2608 Guaranteed 10.00 8.00 1.00 ..... 5.00 ..... Armour Fertilizer Works,
Found..... 7.971 9.10 0.40 9.50 4.80 ..... Jacksonville, Fla.

Special Mixture. ................ 2609 Guaranteed 10.00 7.00 2.00 ..... 5.00 5.00 Independent Fisheries,
Found..... 7.90 7.62 1.00 8.62 5.00 6.70 Jacksonville, Fla.




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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. SPECIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1920, E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist.
Samples Taken by Purchaser Under Section 9, Act Approved May 24, 1905.



NAME, OR BRAND. BY WHOM SENT.
0 2 S>
.0 Q 0 _
.- %4,i.il l -41


Giant Cane........................

Otahite Cane ......................

Red Ribbon Cane.................

Cotton Seed Meal ..................

Cotton Seed Meal ..................

Stock Feed No. 1..................

Cotton Seed Meal No. 2............

Cotton Seed Meal ..................

Cotton Seed Meal .................


31.85

33.95

32.35




8.02


2.68 57.72

3.30 55.15

2.72 57.85

31.93 ......

33.47 ......

18.23 61.64

35.79 ......

34.25 ......

35.48 ......


0.70 2.68 R. E. Rose, Tallahassee.

0.90 1.10 R. E. Rose, Tallahassee.

0.65 0.85 R. E. Rose, Tallahassee.

............ W. J. Singletary, Grand Ridge.

...... ...... W. J. Singletary, Grand Ridge.

2.57| 3.47 G. L. Bidwell, Washington, D. C.

...... ...... J. G. Coleman, Chiefland.

...... ...... Howard Grain Co., Jacksonville.

. ....... L. A. Gray, Jacksonville.








Cotton Seed Meal ..................

M ixed Feed ......................

Feed Stuff ........................

Union Grains ......................

Feed Stuff ............... .. .......

Feed N o. 3........................

Feed Stuff No. 4 ..................

Feed Stuff No. 5 ...................


10.97

6.22

8.95

7.32

6.87

12.75

10.63

7.71


35.28! 30.431

10.34 63.27

15.921 52.08

25.01 41.21

24.04 46.421



24.53 42.47

25.62 44.12


7.25 7.42 Howard Grain Co., Jacksonville.

2.95 3.79 Mahoney & Son, Sanford.

4.30 7.95 Mohr & Son, St. Petersburg.

6.37 7.77 Baker & Holmes Co., Jacksonville.

5.72 6.70 T. W. Biven, Jacksonville.

3.60 ...... G. L. Bidwell, Washington, D. C.

5.22 6.95 I. Shader, Orlando.

5.95 6.051N. W. Walker, Sanford.
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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
FEEDING STUFF SECTION.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1920. E. PECK GREENE, Asst. Chemist
Samples Taken by State Chemist and State Inspectors Under Sections 1, 2 and 13, Act Approved May 24, 1901.
Deficiencies Greater than 0.20% are Distinguished by Black Face Type.


NAME, OR BRAND.


V.
o wS
I Z 1
^ 13^
i-5 0B
-2C


St. Johns Dairy Feed........... 3007 Guaranteed 10.00
S lFound.... 8.87

St. Johns Hominy Feed Meal... 3008 Guaranteed 1.83
IFound..... 3.47

Peerless Mill Feed............. 3009 Guaranteed 12.00
Found..... 8.82

Second Class Cotton Seed Meal. 3010 Guaranteed ...
Found..... ......

Pillsbury's B. Middlings....... 3011 Guaranteed 11.00
Found..... 8.55

Little Ned's Sweet Feed...... 3012 Guaranteed 12.00
Found..... 11.88


V

2 12 z
CL 0 p b S


9.00 64.00 3.00
9.08 67.23 3.02

8.70 73.12 4.55
10.531 66.44 5.42
I
16.001 56.00 4.00
16.461 53.17 4.30

36.05 ...... ......
32.441 ...... ......

14.00 52.00 4.00
16.32 55.44 3.25

9.00 57.00 1.50
10.32 51.51 6.70


2.00


2.00
1.45


1.97


7.00




5.22


5.44


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.


St. Johns River Milling Co.,
Palatka, Fla.

St. Johns River Milling Co.,
Palatka, Fla.

Peerless Milling and Feed
Co., Cairo, Ill.

Camilla Cotton Oil and Fert.
Co., Camilla, Ga.

Pillsbury Flour Mills Co.,
Minneapolis, Minn.

Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
Tenn.









E.-M. Horse and Mule Feed.... 3013 Guaranteed 12.00
Found..... 13.48

Old Virginy Molasses Feed.... 3014 Guaranteed 15.00
Found..... 9.37

"Hunter" Horse and Mule Feed. 3015 Guaranteed 14.00
Found..... 8.79

Purina Chicken Chowder Feed. 3016 Guaranteed 10.00
Found..... 4.40

Union Grains ................ 30171Guaranteed 10.00
I Found..... 9.89

Ubiko Pig Meal............... 3S181 Grarnteed 8.001
I Foun..... 5.77

Happy Hen Mash................ 3019 Guaranteed 15.00
Found..... 8.10

Peters' Alfa-Fat ......... .... 3020 Guaranteed 26.00
Found..... 16.32

Big Value Horse and Mule feed 3021 Guaranteed 20.00
Found..... 10.121

Big Value Horse and Mule Feed 3022 Guaranteed 20.00
S Found..... 14.19


9.50 55.001
10.54 55.52

9.00 55.00
9.60 53.77

9.00 50.00
9.08 58.34

19.00 47.001
19.431 54.481
I
24.00 50.001
23.96 44.17

18.00 50.00
19.53 53.651

18.00 50.00
18.21 53.92

10.00 44.00
10.76 46.93

9.00 50.00
11.68 52.22

9.00 50.00
11.13 49.31


3.00 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
1.82 4.47 Tenn.

2.00 ...... J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
5.38 6.11 La.

2.00 ...... Grain Belt Mills Co., South
1.99 6.38 St. Joseph, Mo.

4.00...... urina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
3.771 7.921

5.00 ...... The Ubiko Milling Co., Cin-
5.65 5.85 cinnati, Ohio.

5.00 ...... The Ubiko Milling Co., Cin- o
4.85 5.45 cinnati, Ohio. -t

5.00 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
4.62 5.95 Tenn.

0.50 ...... M. C. Peters Mills Co., Oma-
1.19 9.02 ha, Neb.

1.50 ...... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
1.98 8.54 phis, Tenn.

1.50 ...... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
2.85 8.64 phis, Tenn.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.

i, .o n'
NAME OR BRAND. NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NA ME ORRD MANUFACTURER.
gs 0 MANUFACTURER.
tU g E 2 ct
P4 t4


Evergreen Molasses Feed...... 3023 Guaranteed
I Found.....

Purina Feed with Molasses.... 3024 Guaranteed
Found.....

Second Class Cotton Seed Meal. 3025 Guaranteed
Found.....

Second Class Cotton Seed Meal. 3026 Guaranteed
S Found.....

Cotton Seed Meal.............. 3027 Guaranteed
Found.....

Monarch Cow Feed........... 3028 Guaranteed
Found.....

Rich Middlings................ 3029 Guaranteed
Found.....

Pure Winter Wheat Middlings.. 3030 Guaranteed
S Found....


1 18.00;
14.23]

13.001
8.181










15.001
12.871

8.35
7.37

7.00
6.07


8.50 50.00 1.501...... Milam-Morgan Co., New Or,
9.241 54.61 2.64 8.03k leans, La.

9.30 53.00 1.70 ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
9.50 59.23 2.35 5.65

35.04 ................... Americus Oil Co., Americus,
38.00 ...... ...... ......| G a.

35.04 ...... ..... .......Americus Oil Co., Americus,
39.40 ...... ...... ...... Ga.

...... .... ........... Dothan Guano Co., Dothan,
45.42 ...... ...... ..... Ala.

26.00 45.00 5.00 ...... Monarch Mills, Chattanooga,
26.98 37.78 5.15 5.97 Tenn.

15.02 60.40 4.00 3.60 Model Mills Co., Johnson
16.021 54.84 3.60 5.80 City, Tenn.

16.00 56.00.0000 ...... Koenigsmark Mill ,n., Wa-
18.201 54.91 4.12 5.30 terloo, Ill.










f I
Southern Scratch Feed........ 3031 Guaranteed
Found.....

Lucern Alfalfa Meal............ 3032 Guaranteed
Found.....

Ubiko Stock Feed............ 3033 Guaranteed
Found.....

Purina Chicken Chowder Feed. 3034 Guaranteed
Found.....

Wheat Middlings with Screen- 3035 Guaranteed
ings ........................ Found.....

Vaca Dairy Feed............. 3036 Guaranteed
Found.....

Kentucky's Choice Mixed Feed. 3037 Guaranteed
Found.....

0. K. Feed with Molasses...... 3038 Guaranteed
Found.....

Hilife Molasses Feed;......... 3039 Guaranteed
Found.....

Oh Boy Horse and Mule Feed.. 3040 Guaranteed
Found.....


10.00 9.00
2.72 11.32

33.00 12.00
23.97 14.61

12.00 10.00
12.55 10.22

10.00 19.00
8.40 19.04

6.50 17.001
5.60 18.12

29.00 14.501
25.12 17.461

8.501 15.00
7.101 16.67

15.00 9.00
11.66 10.50

20.001 6.50
12.48[ 8.02
1 1
15.00 9.00
18.07 6.04


60.00
62.89

35.001
37.68

62.00
59.97

47.00
50.29

55.00
54.89

38.00
37.74

57.50
54.32

50.00
52.91

50.00
53.08

45.00
48.65


2.50 ......
2.95 6.82

5.00 ......
2.25 11.17

3.50 ......
2.52 '5.57

4.00 ......
4.07 8.05

4.00 ......
4.02 6.25

2.50 .....
2.50 5.23

4.00 ...
4.62 7.07

1.50 ......
2.55 9.03

1.50 ...
2.03 9.69

2.00 ......
2.62 6.28


J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
La.

M. C. Peters Mill Co., Oma-
ha, Neb.

The Ubiko Milling Co., Cin-
cinnati, Ohio.

Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.


Geo. P. Plant Milling Co., St.
SLouis, Mo.
o00
Memphis Cotton Hull and
Fibre Co., Memphis, Tenn.

The Acme Mills, Hopkins-
ville, Ky.

Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis,
Mo.

J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
La.

Miller-Jackson Grain Co.,
Tampa, Fla.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. .W I |



International Dan Patch Special 3041 Guaranteed
Found.....

Happy Hen Scratch Feed...... 3042 Guaranteed
Found.....

Lookout Dairy Feed........... 3043 Guaranteed
Found.....

Victor Horse Feed............. 3044 Guaranteed
Found.....

Suwanee Horse and Mule Feed. 3045 Guaranteed
Found.....

Seminole Horse and Mule Feed. 3046 Guaranteed
Found.....

Big Value Horse and Mule Feed 3047 Guaranteed
Found.....

Quarto Dairy Feed........... 3048 Guaranteed
|Found.....


12.50
10.96

5.00
2.32

20.00
18.35

15.00
8.50

15.00
20.33

20.00
3.18

20.00
13.65

15.00
12.53


- Id 0.
5.

P4


9.00
9.25

10.00
10.40

15.00
16.58

10.00
10.94

9.00
7.75

9.00
8.32

9.00
10.77

24.00
23.56


55.00
49.42

65.00
66.04

45.00
42.00

50.00
51.79

50.00
45.06

50.00
58.50

50.00
47.87

48.00
47.64


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.



...... International Sugar Feed Co.,
8.92 Memphis, Tenn.

...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
3.50 Tenn.

...... Monarch Mills, Chattanooga,
7.35 Tenn. o

...... Security Mill and Feed Co.,
7.90 Knoxville, Tenn.

...... Milam-Morgan Co., New Or-
10.62 leans, La.

...... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
7.97 phis, Tenn.

...... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
9.74 phis, Tenn.

..... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
8.38 phis, Tenn.









Mim Sweet Feed ............ 13049Guaranteed;
IFound.....

Peerless Horse and Mule Feed.. 3050 Guaranteed
I Found.....

Little Jo Dairy Feed ........ 3051 Guaranteed
Found.....

Ky. Choice Mixed Feed ........ 3052 Guaranteed
I Found.....

Southern Scratch Feed ........ 3053 Guaranteed
Found.....

Dried Beet Pulp .............. 3054 Guaranteed
Found.....

Good Cotton Seed Meal ...... 3055 Guaranteed
I Found.....

Buco Cotton Seed Feed ...... 3056 Guaranteed
Found.....

Purity Wheat Feed ............3057Guaranteed
Found.....

Wheat Bran with Screenings 3058Guaranteed
Found.....


15.001
13.70

12.00
14.311

12.00
9.66

8.50
7.20

10.00i
2.321

20.00
15.571

14.00
13.231

27.001
21.721

8.001
6.751

11.001
9.251


9.001 50.00
9.08; 54.93

10.001 55.00
11.19 54.35

10.00 55.00
11.10 54.42

15.00 57.501
25.45 46.751

9.00 60.00
11.181 68.98

8.00 58.001
10.18 57.95

36.00 27.00
33.22 33.55

20.00 38.001
17.55 41.82

15.00 55.00
16.02 56.53

15.00 55.00
15.18 52.871


2.001...... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co.,
3.201 5.941 Memphis, Tenn.

2.00...... Omaha Alfalfa Milling Co.,
2.76 4.48 Omaha, Neb.

2.00 ..... Just Mills, Nashville, Tena.
3.52 8.59

4.00 ...... The Acme Mills, Hopkins-
4.001 7.001 ville, Ky.

2.50 ...... T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
2.751 1.721 La.

0.50 2.50 The Larrowe. Milling Co., Wo
0.23 3.65 Detroit, Mich.

5.50 ...... Central Oil Co., Macon, Ga.
5.50 5.85

3.50 ...... Ihe Buckeye Cotton Oil Co.,
4.02 4.071 Cincinnati, O.

3.50 ...... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
3.35 5.351 phis, Tenn.

3.00 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co.,
3.60 6.551 St. Louis, Mo.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSIS, 1920-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Schumacher Feed ............ 30E


Second-class Cotton Seed Meal.. 30(


Second-class Cotton Seed Meal.. 30(


Chieftain Horse Feed ........ 30(


Butter Fat Dairy Feed ........ 30(


Tip-Top Molasses Feed ....... 30(


Opco No. 2 Medium Grain Mix-130
ture .........................


CS

rn
d) 0~t
.0 np&


4c


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER


ad 11.001 10.001 62.00 3.251...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
.. 7.37 13.251 56.31 4.50| 7.47| cago, Ill.

ed ...... 36.05 ...... ...... I...... Central Oil Co., Macon, Ga.
.. ...... 35.02 .... .....

dl ...... .36.051 ..... ........ .... Central Oil Co., Macon, Ga.
.. ...... 29 .35 ...... ...... ......

ad 12.001 9.00 59.001 2.00 ......G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem-
.. 12.161 9.48 53.10 2.34 6.60 phis, Tenn.

ed 16.50 18.001 55.00 4.00 ...... Golden Grain Milling Co.,
S13.07 19.83 43.05 4.151 '.381 East St. Louis, Ill.

ad 15.001 9.00 55.001 2.00 ...... National Milling Co., Macon,
.. 5.00| 9.311 49.52 2.021 7.54 Ga.

ed4 15.001 9.00 48.00| 2.00 ..... ]Owensboro Produce Co.,
.. 10.19; 9.78 54.711 2.68 7.061 Owensboro, Ky.








Golden Sweet Mule Feed ...... 3066 Guaranteed 18.00 9.00J 55.001 2.00 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
S Found..... 16.36 9.76 52.621 2.071 6.731 cago, Ill.
Big Mule Molasses Feed Mix-13067 Guaranteed 15.00 10.00 50.001 2.50 ......The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
ture ......................... Found..... 14.64 8.88 55.181 2.50 6.211 cago, Ill.
Peanut Feed ................. 3068 Guaranteed 27.00 ...... 22.00 ............ ICamilla Cotton Oil and Fer-
S [Found..... 38.11 24.00 19.46 5.51 3.87. tilizer Co., Camilla, Ga.

Peanut Feed .................. 13069 Guaranteed 27.00 ..... 22.00 .... ......Camilla Cotton Oil and Fer-
|Found.... 34.24 24.04 21.721 5.55 5.641 tilizer Co., Camilla, Ga.
Peanut Feed .................. 3070Guaranteed 27.00 ...... 22.00 ...... ...... Camilla Cotton Oil and Fer-
S Found..... 33.75 24.92 20.53 6.05 5.76 tilizer Co., Camilla, Ga.

Peanut Feed ................. 3071 Guaranteedl 27.00 ...... 22.00 ...... ...... Camilla Cotton Oil and Fer- t
Found..... 32.32 24.321 22.60 6.271 6.101 tilizer Co., Camilla, Ga.
I I I I I
Second-class Cotton Seed Meal. 3072 Guaranteed ...... 36.05 ..... ...... .......Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
Found..... ...... 37.85 ...... .. ........ . sonville, Fla.

Look-Out Horse and Mule Feed. 3073 Guaranteed 15.00' 9.00 45.001 2.00 ......Monarch Mills, Chattanooga,
Found..... 13.141 10.06 48.90! 2.76 6.91 Tenn.

Over-the-Top Horse and Mule 3074 Guaranteed 15.00i 10.00 50.00 2.50......South Georgia Milling Co.,
Feed ....................... Found..... 11.83 10.87 47.43 2.63 7.51 Valdosta, Ga.
Stra-Lad Horse Feed .... ...... 3075 Guaranteed 11.00 9.50 55.00 2.50 ...... Straton-Landish. Milling Co.,
Found.....( 9.12' 11.501 61.66 3.701 3.201 Milwaukee Wis.









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSIS, 1920-Continued.
V


On,

0-


NAME, OR BRAND.


cCe
Va
5xa


Vaca Dairy Feed ............ 3076 Guaranteedl
Found.....

Wheat Middlings with Screen- 3077 Guaranteed
wings ........................ Found .....

Purity Wheat Feed .......... 3078!Guaranteed
IFound .....

Purina O-Molene Feed ...... .3079lGuaranteedl
Found.....

Molasses Feed ............... 3080 Guaranteed'
Found.....

Buckra Horse and Mule Feed.. 3081 Guaranteed
Found.....

Mim Sweet Feed ............3082 Guaranteedi
Found.....

Vaca Dairy Feed .............. 3983 Guaranteed
I Found..... I


o -~
5- R
P~ ri .m


29.001
27.701

6.50
6.35

8.00
7.60o

8.001
6.271

15.001
13.671

15.00J
12.111

15.001
16.381

29.001
30.401


14.50 38.001
15.14 39.621

17.00 55.001
17.37 56.461

15.00 55.001
15.80 55.561

9.70 61.001
10.23 65.701

9.00 55.00
10.21 52.19

9.00 54.00
9.31 50.00

9.001 50.001
10.321 48.761

14.50 38.00
18.16 34 15


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURER.
41


2.50 ...... Memphis Cotton Hull and Fi-
2.52 3.97 bre Co., Memphis, Tenn.

4.00 ...... Geo. P. Plant Milling Co.,
4.351 4.421 St. Louis, Mo.

3.501..... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
4.321 5.501 phis, Tenn.

3.20. ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
3.00 3.21

2.00 ...... J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
2.12 7.43 La.

2.00 ...... Dyersburg Milling Co., Dy-
1.80 8.561 ersburg, Tenn.

2.00 ...... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co.,
2.92 7.95 Memphis, Tenn.

2.50 ..... Memphis Cotton Hull and
2.52 3.62Fibre Co., Memphis, Tenn.









Scoco Cotton Seed Feed ...... 30S4 Guaranteed
Found.....

Kamillo Brand Feed ......... 3085 Guaranteed
Found.....

Best-Yet Molasses Feed ...... 3086 Guaranteed
IFound.....

Purina O-Moline Feed ........ 3087 Guaranteed
Found.....

Peerless Horse and Mule Feed 3088 Guaranteed'
I Found.....

Oatrashun Stock Feed ........ 3089 Guaranteed
S Found.....

Alfo-Sweet H. & M. Feed ...... 309 Guaranteed
I Found.....

Molasses Feed ................ 3091 Guaranteed
S IFound.....

Vaca Dairy Feed .............. 13092Guaranteed
Found.....

Over the Top Horse and Mule3093 Guaranteed
Feed ....................... Found.....


27.001 20.00 38.00
19.60 24.57 35.89

25.00 30.00 22.00
32.94 27.03 20.61

15.00 9.00o 55.00)
20.32 12.34 43.091

8.00 9.70 61.00
9.55 10.02 62.88

12.001 10.00 55.00
13.371 10.38 54.03

12.00 9.00 59.00
14.19 10.81 53.30

13.50 9.00 55.00
12.75 10.251 54.08

15.00' 9.00 55.00
14.731 11.25 48.45

29.00 14.50 38.00
26.72 14.92 40.69

15.00 10.00 50.00
13.68 9.87 47.791


3.50 ...... The Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
3.57 5.10 Pensacola, Fla.

6.00 ...... Camilla Oil and Fertilizer
6.701 3.92 Co., Camilla, Ga.

2.00 ...... National Milling Co., Macon,
2.74 9.22 Ga.

3.20 ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
2.50 4.47

2.00 ...... Omaha Alfalfa Milling Co.,
1.91 5.11 Omaha, Neb.

2.0o |..... G. E. Patteson & Co., Mem- e
1.971 6.631 phis, Tenn. o'

2.00 ...... Alfocorn Milling Co., East St.
2.39 7.59 Louis, Ill.

2.00 ..... J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
2.83 6.99 La.

2.501...... Memphis Cotton Hull and Fi-
2.50 3.85 bre Co., Memphis, Tenn.

2.50 ...... South Georgia Milliw; Co.,
2.61 9.55 Valdosta, Gi.









OFFICIAL FEED STUFF ANALYSES, 1920.-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. S
C


Unkle Pat Horse Feed ........ 3094 Guaranteed 12.00;
Found... 13.06'

Tip Top Molasses Feed ........ 3095|Guaranteed 15.00]
I Found..... 17.42!

Big Bill Horse and Mule Feed.. 3096 Guaranteed 16.001
Found... 13.721

Just Dairy Feed .............. 3097 Guaranteed 12.001
Found..... 10.92]

Sho-Me Horse and Mule Feed.. 30981Guaranteed 15.00
Found..... 13.19[

Shorto Mixed Feed ............ 3099 Guaranteed[ 6.50
Found..... 3.501
I
Globe Corn Gluten Feed....... 3100Guaranteed .....
F Found..... 5.15

Fourex Dairy Rations.......... 3101 Gu:.ranteed 12.00
IFound..... 9.97


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
4eW a 4 .MAANUFACTURER.
P 5 z w i


9.00 59.00|
9.06 52.461

9.00 55.00
10.39 51.131

10.00 55.00
10.521 52.671

24.00 42.001
24.44 40.67]

9.00 45.00]
9.201 55.701

12.00. ...
14.39 64.47

23.00 51.00
29.841 44.84

20.00 52.001
21.20 46.361


2.001...... Aunt Patsy Poultry Feed
2.161 6.48] Co., Memphis, Tenn.

2.00 ...... National Milling Co., Macon,
1.881 7.34 Ga.

2.50 ...... The Hammond Co., Inc.,
2.08 7.21 Laurinburg, N. C.
I I
4.30 ...... Just Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
5.071 .S22

2.00...... Excello Feed M'lling Co.,
1.64 6.351 St. Joseph, Mo.

2.25 ...... Cohen's Auction House,
2.47 2.10 Jacksonville, Fla.

1.00 ...... Corn Products Refining Co.,
3.77 6.60 New York, N. Y.

4.00 ...... The Ubiko Milling Co., Cin-
4.85 6.77 cinnati, 0.









Cotton Seed Meal ............... 3102 Guaranteed 14.00
Found.....10.50

Krak A. Jak Horse Feed......... 3103 Guaranteed 15.00
I Found..... 12.091

Mim Sweet Feed .............. 3104 Guaranteed 19.00
S Found..... 13.54

Falco Horse Feed ............ 3105 Guaranteed 12.00
Found..... 10.62

Dandy Special Horse and Mule 3106 Guaranteed 18.00
Feed ....................... Found ...11.43

Alfogreen H. & M. Feed....... 3107 Guaranteed 15.00
Found..... 12.87

Cotton Seed Meal............ 3108 Guaranteed 12.00
Found..... 8.55

Larico Horse and Mule Feed... 3109 Gauranteed 15.00
Found..... 11.94

Sweet Green Horse Feed...... 3110 Guaranteed 12.00
Found..... 12.27

Giant Horse and Mule Feed... 3111 Guaranteed 10.00
Found..... 8.15
1 _


36.00
38.56

10.00
9.27

5.25
9.42

9.00
11.05

9.5(
10.00

9.00
10.06

36.00
36.51

9.00
9.50

10.00
9.50

10.00
10.23


27.00 5.50 ...... Taylor Commission Co., At-
28.39 6.10 6.60 lanta, Ga.

55.00 2.00 ...... The Superior Feed Co.,
57.00 2.22 5.15 Memphis, Tenn.

50.00 2.00 ...... The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co.,
59.64 1.70 4.85 Memphis, Tenn.

59.00 2.00 ......G. E. Patteson & Co., Men:
57.85 2.84 5.40 phis, Tenn.

55.001 2.50 ..... The Haminond Co., I.auin-
S51.201 2.161 9.45 burg, N. C.

50.00 1.50 ..... Alfocorn Milling Co., East
47.17 2.07 9.21 St. Louis, Ill.

30.00 5.00 ...... The New Orleans Export
31.07 6.40 6.62 Co., Savannah, Ga.

54.00 2.00 ...... Dyersburg Milling Co., Dy-
58.92 1.38 4.13 ersburg, Tenn.

62.00 2.50 ...... The Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
56.64 2.35 6.52 cago, Ill.

S55.00 3.50 ...... South Georgia Milling Co.,
S62.05 2.62 4.60 Valdosta, Ga.
I I









OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.


NAME,ORBRAND. s
2.:. 2 r
~P a
W z 0 P4 g


Dandy Horse and Mule Feed...


Golden Grain Horse and Mule
Feed ......................

Eclipse Molasses Feed........


Old Dick Special Stock Feed...


Tip Top Molasses Feed........


Extra Horse and Mule Feed...


Best Yet Molasses Feed.......


Purina O-Molene Feed........


3112 Guaranteed
Found.....

3113 Guaranteed
Found.....

3114 Guaranteed
Found.....

3115 Guaranteed
Found.....

3116 Guaranteed
Found.....

3117 Guaranteed
Found.....

3118 Guaranteed
Found.....

3119 Guaranteed
Found.....


14.00
10.91

14.00
10.73

20.00
10.75

12.00
13.42

15.00
11.87

14.00
12.25

15.00
13.37

8.00
8.08


10.00
11.06

9.00
10.50

8.00
9.07

9.00
10.58

9.00
10.53

9.00
10.17

9.00
11.02

9.70
10.10


55.00
52.88

50.00
53.92

45.00
58.61

59.00
53.40

55.00
53.36

60.00
55.17

55.00
51.33

61.00
59.85


NAME AND ADDRESS OF
4 MANUFACTURER


2.00 ...... John Wade & Sons, Mem-
1.95 7.00 phis, Tenn.

2.00 ...... Golden Grain Milling Co.,
2.50 9.12 East St. Louis, Ill.

1.50 ...... J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
1.64 7.85 La.

2.00 ...... Aunt Patsy Poultry Feed
2.38 6.94 Co., Memphis, Tenn.

2.00 ..... National Milling Co., Macon,
2.44 8.35 Ga.

2.00...... Grain Belt Mills Co., South
2.55 6.17 St. Joseph, Mo.

2.00 ...... National Milling Co., Macon,
1.94 7.67 Ga.

3.20 ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
2.59 6.331








Old Virginy Molasses Feed.... 3120 Guaranteed 15.00
Found..... 14.08

Vaca Dairy Feed............. 3121 Guaranteed 29.00
Found..... 24.12

Gray Shorts ................ 3122 Guaranteed 10.00
Found..... 6.751

Purina Chicken Chowder Feed. 3123 Guaranteed 10.00
Found..... 8.47

Velvet Bean Feed............. 3124 Guaranteed 17.00
Found..... 12.57

Vaca Dairy Feed.............. 13125 Guaranteed. 29.00
Found..... 21.30

Heavy Work Horse and Mule 3126 Guaranteed 8.75
Feed ...................... Found..... 6.79

U. S. Special Horse and Mule 3127 Guaranteed 12.00
Feed ...................... Found..... 5.90

Old Beck Sweet Feed......... 3128 Guaranteed 12.00
Found..... 11.29

XX Good Feed with Molasses.. 3129 Guaranteed 15.00
Found..... 12.42


9.00
9.82

14.50
15.45

15.00
16.58

19.00
19.62

16.00
15.751

14.50
14.53

9.50
10.59

10.00
10.52

9.00
9.57

9.00
11.46


55.00
53.06

38.00
42.59

52.50
55.76

47.00
49.09

45.00
55.54

38.00
44.70


60.94

60.00
62.01

55.u0
55.28

50.00
50.17


2.00 ...... J. T. Gibbons, New Orleans,
2.14 6.34 La.

2.50 ..... Memphis Cotton. Hull and
2.97 3.80 Fibre Co., Memphis, Tenn.

3.00 ......Gateway Milling Co., Kan-
4.37 6.00 sas City, Mo.

4.00 ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
4.35 7.82

4.00 ...... Faulkner-Barnes Milling Co.,
1.37 4.771Dothan, Ala.

2.50 ...... Memphis Cotton Hull and
2.60 4.52 Fibre Co., Memphis, Tenn.

3.25 ...... The Acme Mills, Hopkins-
3.64 5.04 ville, Ky.

2.50 ...... U. S. Feed Mills Co., Kan-
3.64 5.08 sas City, Mo.

2.00 ...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
3.74 5.15 Tenn.

1.50 ...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
3.50 7.65


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OFFICIAL FEEDING STUFF ANALYSES, 1920-Continued.

On

NAME, ,ORBRAND. | NAME AND ADDRESS OF
NAME, OR BRAND.M MANUFACTURER.
0 ON -MANUFACTURER.
D- 0 a k4 rr 4 <
___________^ *Sgg i ~ i2 ^_____


Old Beck Sweet Feed......... 3130 Guaranteed
Found.....

Purina O-Molene Feed........ 3131 Guaranteed
Found.....

H. Middlings with Screenings.. 3132 Guaranteed
Found.....

"Moonbeam" Cotton Seed Meal 3133 Guaranteed
Found.....


12.00 9.001 55.00
10.68 10.361 55.04

8.00 9.70 61.00
7.45 10.53 52.74

10.001 15.50 54.241
10.051 16.10 52.45

30.001 14.50 38.00
19.401 22.46 40.41
I I


...... Edgar-Morgan Co., Memphis,
6.64 Tenn.

...... Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.
5.32

...... Hecker-Jones-Jewell Milling
5.75 Co., New York, N. Y. o

......The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co.,
4.351 Macon, Ga.




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