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United States Departmen ri

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INIDUs
JOHN R. MOHLER, CHIEF OF BUREAU.




SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.

APRIL. 1920.



[This publication is issued monthly for the di eruination of inrormatiou, instructions, rulings,etc., con-
cerningthe work of the Itureau of Animal Industry. Free di-trilution i limited to pcrsuns in I he serV V e
ofthe bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public oriecrs w hoso
duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Others
desiringeopies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office,
Washington, D. (., at 5 cents each, or 50 cents a year. A supply will bIe sent to each oili ial in charge of
astationor branch of t he bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to mrimubers of his force.
A file should be kept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS.


rPae.
Changes in directory.......................... 4.
Notices regarding meat inll'cli'i i............. 47
Approval of stencils and dies.............. 47
Materials for marking meat and mevat i':o,1i
products submit t e. for approval........ I'
Animals slaughtered under meat iispecti,;n,
March, 1920.................................. 17
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat
food products.............................. 4 ;
Foreign officials authorized to sign inspection
certificates for meat and products for impor-
tation into the Uni'cd States................ IS
Field inspection for;a I I C reports............. I
Inspection and testing of animals for Canada.. 49
Licenses for veterinary biological products..... 4I:
Quantities of antihog-cholera serum and ho,:-
cholera virus produced in months of January,
February, and March, 1920................. 49j


Page.
Instructions conicCr iili thi' tulIerItri.hli t istlul'
of caIttle for export to countries olltr than
Canada....................................... 0
:umimary of tuibierulo:is-;rav.atjlionI \work in
cJfioperation v\ith the various Stajies, March,
1920....................................... 1
Permitted dijinrectanlts......................
Results of prosecutions for v ol-ations of laws.. 3-2
Amendment of property regulations........... 5,
Services of bureau employees on days olser\ved
in lieu of holidays......................... ,3
The George W\asiiunlton NMemorial Association. 5j
Department of agriculturee v. ar memorial..... 34
New publications of the liureau.................. 3I
organization of tlie Bure-au of A.\tmal I Jdus-
try ........................................ .5


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY.

Meal Inspection Inaugurated.

300. The Northern Ohio Butterine Co., 114 Seventh Street, Ashlai
*998. Gorgin & Tyirin, 1907 Dunlap Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
*E-69. Reher-Verlegh Packing Corporation, Upper Preakness, N. J.

Meat Inspection Withdrawn.

814. B. A. Jackson & Co., 408 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, Kans.
889. Charles Vahsen, 359 Willet Avenue, Port (hester, N. Y.
952. Gregory Farm Laboratory, White Hall, Ill.
471. H. S. Johnson, 266 Weeden Street, Pawtucket, R. I.
* Conducts slaughtering.
179143*-20








46 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,

Meat Inspection Temporarily Suspended.
1S. Clement E. Allen (Inc.), Media. Pa.
167. George Gregu.ry, Philadelphia, Pa.
813. A. Darlington Strode, West Chester, Pa.
356. Deerfoot Farm Co., Southborough, Mass.
628. W. W. Rose, Trenton, N. J.
201. Henry Strecker, Philadelphia, Pa.

Changes in Names of Official Establishments.
902. Kaufman Packing Co. (Inc.), Uni:on Stock Yards, Baltimore, Md., instead of
Kaufman Beef Co.
951. William Ammann, jr., 611 North Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of
William Ammann.
*160. Lewis Newhb.f & Son, 410 South Pearl Street, Albany, N. Y., instead of Lewis
Newhof.
Stations Added.
Ashland, Ohio, meat inspection i'substation of Cle\eland, Ohio).
Upper Preakness, N. J., meat inspection substation of Paterson, N. J.).
Stations Discontinued.
Media, Pa., meat inspection substation of Philadelphia, Pa.).
West Chester, Pa., meat inspection substation of Philadelphia, Pa.).
Southborough, Mass., meat inspection (substation of Boston, Mass.'i.
Port Chester, N. Y., meat inspection (substation of New York, N. Y.'i.
White Hall, Ill., meat inspection (substation of National Stock Yards, Ill.).
Changes of Officials in Charge.
Fort Worth, Tex., Dr. George F. Flaherty lactingi instead of Dr. Lester R. Smith
(acting).
Lincoln, Nebr., Dr. C. II. Ilays instead of Dr. S. E. Cosford.
Changes of Addresses o Officials in Charge.
Dr. A. N. Smith, care The Portland Abattoir, 92 Presumpscot Street, East Deering,
Portland, Me., instead of S Union Mutual Building, 396 Congress Street, Portland, Me.
Dr. W. E. Jennings, care S. D. Chamberlin & Sons, 179 State Street, Hartford,
Conn., instead of care Armour & Co.
Dr. W. G. Middleton, 401 Wilkinson Building, 203 East State Street, Trenton,
N. J., instead of State House.
Dr. II. II. Dell, care Corn Belt Packing Co., Thirty-second and Jackson Streets,
Dubuque, Iowa instead of care Dubuque Packing Co.
Dr. W. H. Rose, 326 U. S. Barge Office, New York, N. Y., instead of 18 Broadway.
Notes.
Remove name of B. H. Yenner, Fostoria, Ohio. Fostoria will be operated as a
substation of Indianapolis, Ind., under the supervision of Dr. J. D. Stillwell.
Remove name of Dr. P. L. Gilbert, Aurora, Ill. Aurora will be operated as a sub-
station of East St. Louis, Ill., under Dr. J. W. Joss.
Remove name of Dr. C. H. Hays, Indianapolis, Ind. Dr. J. E. Gibson will assume
charge of hog-cholera control work in addition to his other duties.
Dr. F. H. Thompson, 15 Federal Building, Des Moines, Iowa, will assume, in
addition to his present duties, the work of hog-choloera control and sheep-scabies
eradication.
Remove name of Dr. J. P. Jacks, Phoenix, Ariz. Vacancy unfilled.

*Conducts slaughtering.









SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION.

APPROVAL OF STENCILS AND DIES.

The approval of imprints or blue prints of box dies and stencils may be accepted as
authority to permit the use of larger dies and stencil., Iprovided that the same style
of letters and arrangement of words are preserved aid that all feature.* are propor-
tionately enlarged. It should be understood, however, that under Inoi circumstances
should the approval of such blueII prints or imprints be accepted as authority to I ernit
the use of dies and stencils smaller than those marked with stamp of approval.

MATERIALS FOR MARKING MEAT AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS SUBMITTED FOR
APPROVAL.

It has been difficult and sometimes impossible without further inquiry to determine
the use to be made of materials submitted for approval under the mnat-inspection a:c
for marking meat and meat food products. For in-tance, it is important to di-tinguish
between stencils and box dies, liners and wrappers, and labels and carton materials.
Failure to identify definitely theeo materials and specify the use for which they are
intended causes delay in approval and errors in filing and recording. It is therefore
required that each such material hereafter submitted for approval shall bear a written
name or statement specifying the character of marking which it represents and the
use for which it is intended, in order that this information will be apparent on each
copy to which the bureau stamp of approval is applied.


SLAUGHTERED


UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
MARCH, 1920.


Station.

C hi en......... ... .. ..
Fort Wort h................. ............
Kansas Cit v .............. ...........
National Stock Yards ...................
Omaha ................. ................
S t. L ouis .... ........... .......... ....
Sioux City ...............................
South St. Joseph........ ..... .......
South St. Paul ................. ......
All other etlablislieunt. .................
Total: M arch, 192n........ ..... .. .
M arch. 191. ...... ....... ...
9 months enled March, 1920..
9 months ende4l March, 1191..


Cattle. (Calves. Sheep.

153, 1; G1 r, 97 174,01')
19, 1."1 r., 21 1 12,77)
71, 41,2 22, '20 i ., 1127
33,371 13,4,.3 2), 557
.',,32N 9. 4.29 121,2 .7
12,120 5,2.7 7 3,331
22,1.97 2,'J25" II, ".17
21,70) 6, ',t.5 1.41, l .
23,715 40,7Il 7, 1.
25',, 0'J 21.,5592 21,i, 0~5
Il3, 139' 390,0,3 7,7, ,.7
;40i, 2' 29.5, 3s, 737, S
7,7,;, 23s 3,015,137 10,132, 05
9,254,721 2,572,419 .,64, E31


Horses slaughtered, at all establishments, March, 1920, 133.

IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS.

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat
food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during March, 1920,
with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports cf food animals.


Country of export.


Mexico .................. ..............................
Canada.......... .........................
Great Britan............. ..............................
Total: March, 1920 ...................................
March, 1919........ ..... ................
9 months ended March, 1920.....................
9 months ended March, 1919......................


Cattle.


6,3S0
9, 0S3
209
15,672
26,710
532,540
348,811


Swine. Sheep.

1 2,r.49
31; 1,138

39 3,7,s7
1,512 12,.25
4,253 i 15t, 117
22,776 I 165,918


ANIMALS


Goat ;.


1
305



2
. .. .

'.1 I
1,517
51,5'91
9',716


Swine.


50s. 03'.
52, 511
2"l, 931
133, ri;7
217, ti;';
127,37")
11 421
151,221
177,721
1,715, 10
3, 4 I, .',0
3, 113,330
29, 210, 54
33,719,025


Goats.

522
1

523
106
f6,523
23,891


_~~


1920.l]









[April,


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.

Imports of meat and meat food products.


Fresh and r
Country of export.
Beef.

Pounds.
Argentina.............................................
Australia.................................. .....
Canada.................................. 2,309,606
Uruguay.............................................
Other countries.......................... 93,858
Total: March, 1920 ................. 2,403,464
March, 1919................ 2,639,072
9 months ended March, 1920.. 24,843,106
9 months ended March, 1919.. 25,085,019


refrigerated.

Other.

Pounds.
............
99,961"
911,218
44,382
1,055,561
1,189,072
11,240,818
3, 537, 574


Canned
and cured.


Porind.
1,72-
11,497
12,00N
10,509
3;, 731
l, 151, ll
1, 2,' 1, 2 ,..
114,344, 17.3


Other
prodiects.



333,90S
............
8,113
............i
17,172
359, 193
1,371,903
5,309, 29o.1
5, 01, -51


Tntal
wpight.



333, 90q
1 11I, 6 9
3,213,434
12,000
165,921
3,1456,952
1..,357,956
42.h'4,4?0
1 4, 3S5,917


Condemned in March, 1920: Beef, 261 pounds; veal, 80 pounds; muttoc, 73,0.37 pound por k, 1,107 pounds;
total 74,485 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, 3,300 pounds; pork, 1,045 pounds; total, 4,345 pounds.




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

The following are additional names, a,1lr'es.-c-, and facsimile eig:natures of foreign
national Government officials authorized to sign and isSue c crifiiate-' of iiu'ivetion
for meat and meat food products offered for importation int", the Unitedl States:


Country and name.


AUSTRALIA.

J. P. Hollowood ...........





A. Toyne ...................


Signature.


FIELD INSPECTION, FORM 11C REPORTS.

Reference is made to Service and Regulatory Announcements of April, 1917, pages
40 and 41, headed" Reporting Finding of Animals Affected with Contagious Disease,"
and to Service and Regulatory Announcements of February, 191S, page 11, headed
"Reports Regarding Tuberculosis." Inspectors in charge of stations are urged to
obtain the proper data relative to the origin of shipments of tuberculous cattle and
swine. The bureau considers this very important information in connection wilh its
tuberculosis-eradication campaign. Some inspectors in charge of meat inspection
have demonstrated beyond a doubt that much good can be done by the cooperation
of the different bureau forces in obtaining the necessary informat ion from the packers,
live-stock commission men, and others interested in the industry. This report should
be made in duplicate, the original forwarded to the chief of tihe lIureau and the dupli-
cate to the inspector in charge of tuberculosis eradication in the State where the ship-
ment originated.









SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


INSPECTION AND TESTING OF ANIMALS FOR CANADA.

The following changes have been made in the list of practicing veterinarians regis-
tered by the bureau and authorized to inspect and test with mallein horses, mules,
and asqes intended for export to Canada:
Names Added to List.

Dr. Ben. K. Bjornesn, Mandan, N. Dak.
Dr. T. 0. BrandenburL, Lakota, N. Dak.
Dr. L. P. Brewstor, V'etmilion, S. IDak.
Dr. C'. ir. Co'.ault, Arme Iowa.
Dr. II. R. (,.omrn, Twin Falls, Iblahi,.
rDr. William J. Ilayt.-, 'r,-liy, N. Pak.
Dr. ,ernaril Juhn.-on, Splkaiie, Wash.

Changes in Addresses.

Dr. G. R. Dafoe from New Enuland to Mott, N. rlak.
Dr. ('. Howard Spanghl-r fr-nim Lockport to Joliet, Ill.
Names Removed from List.

DIr. .1. S. Andt-rsun, Grand Idland, Nelir.
Dr. H. J. AMe 'arthy, IBaltim'rhn, Md.
Dr. C. A. Pierce, Elgin, Ill.
Dr. Joseph IIuhes, (hieago, III.
Dr. ('. II. Stange, Ames, Iowa.



LICENSES FOR VETERINARY BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS.

Licenses for the manufacture of \eterinary biological products have been issued as
follows for the year l'Plu, u under the act of congress s of March -1, 19:13 :i 7 Stat., S32 ,
and the regulations made thereunrder 13. I. Order 265,:


Name an'd alddress of firm.


The .\Alott Laboratories, 4731 to 4-.j.
Ravens'vonol A cntie C.'hicago, III.

The Cutter Ialoratory, Sixth and
Grayson Streets, Berkeley, Calif.
.....do ............................ ..
University of California Agricultural
Experiment Stationi, Davis aud
Berkelev. Calif.
The Eagle Lahoratori-r, Sixth and
Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City,
Kans.
The Salt Cit" Serum Co Fourth and
Grand Avenue, Hutchinsun, Kans.


I'roldu-ets.


Gastrornl.erilis mix-l 1.arilrin t, liiMi1 :
manlmitis mnl 'iel 1.ac-renn Iom ine.i, iiite,-l-
infeelion Ihacterin ([or fhols.,; pig-scour
mixed l'actrin.
Mixed bacterin bovinee.
Chicken-pox vaccine.
C'iicken-pux \acc-in:; chicken-pox virus.

\hlite-scours mixed liacterin l.ovin i.

Ant ibog-cholera scrumn: log-cloleral \ rus.


QUANTITIES OF ANTIHOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS
PRODUCED IN MONTHS OF JANUARY, FEBRUARY, AND MARCH, 1920.


Serum.

Ordinary. Clear.

........... 17,9S3,3P9 1,729,403
........... 22,458,127 2,4111,,855
........... 31,435,360 3,798,053


Simultaneous virus.

Ordinary. Clear.

1,30S,377 61,591
1,179,791 2-<,5 54
2,904,496 13,759


License
No.


Date.


192.'.
Apr. Ul


Apr. 1
A pr. 5
A pr. :3

Apr. 2

Apr. i,


Months.


January ..........................
February.........................
March............................


HEyperim-
munizing
virus.


5,71 S, 210
6,627,550
12,222:,378


1920.]







50 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,

INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING THE TUBERCULIN TESTING OF CATTLE
FOR EXPORT TO COUNTRIES OTHER THAN CANADA.
1. Tuberculin tests applied to cattle for export to countries other than Canada may
be applied either by a veterinary inspector of this bureau or by a veterinarian who is
authorized by the State in which he resides and by this bureau to apply tuberculin
tests to cattle intended for interstate shipment.
2. The regular T. E. Form 15 certificate should be used if the cattle are tested by a
bureau veterinarian, and in other cases the usual State form may be used. Four
copies of the certificate should be prepared, the original to be forwn rded to the bureau,
the duplicate to accompany the shipment, the triplicate to be forwarded to the proper
State official of the State of origin, and the fourth copy to be forwarded to the bureau
inspector in charge at the port of embarkation. The country to which the cattle
are destined and the port in the United States to which the animals are going forward
for embarkation should be indicated on the certificate. If the cattle are from an
accredited herd or a herd in the process of accreditation, the fact should be noted on
the certificate.
3. In case the cattle are tested by a veterinarian other than a bureau inspector, all
four copies of the certificate prepared on the States form together with the affidavit as
indicated in paragraph 4, should be forwarded to the bureau inspector in charge of
tuberculosis-eradication work in the State of origin, who will indorse all four copies.
If the cattle are from an accredited herd or a herd in the process of accreditation, the
fact should be noted on the certificate. The inspector in charge will forward the
original copy to the bureau, the duplicate to the veterinarian who applied the test or
to the owner in order that it may accompany the shipment, the triplicate to the proper
State live-stock sanitary official of the State of origin, and the fourth copy to the
bureau inspector in charge at the port of embarkation. All four copies should plainly
indicate the country to which the cattle are destined, as well as the port in the United
States to which the animals are going forward for embarkation.
4. The owner of the cattle should be required to execute an affidavit aq per form
contained in paragraph 8 of this notice, and the affidla\it lhiouill lie forwarded to the
bureau with the original certificate.
5. Except in the case of cattle from an accredited herd, the tutli.rciilin te-t must be
applied within 60 days of the date of shipment.
6. The foregoing instructions do not apply to shipments of cattle to Canada, but in-
structions covering shipments of cattle for that country will lie found in Service and
Regulatory Announcements for November, 1919, page 12:3.
7. If inspectors in charge of tuberculosis-eradication work know uf any approved
veterinarians in their territory who may apply the tuberculin test to cattle for export
to countries other than Canada, itis requested that they ad \vise them a1 to proper meth-
ods to follow in such cases.
8. The form of affidavit required in connection with the tuberculin testing of rattle
for export is as follows:
"I, ................-, do solemnly swear that any reactors to the tuberculin test
to be made of my cattle for export to .......--............ will e immediately placed
in a satisfactory quarantine and held subject to the laws and regulations of the State in
which tested, and that no animal presented for the test has at any time reacted to
tuberculin or has received any injection of tuberculin within a period of 60 days
preceding the date upon which they are offered for said tuberculin test.
(Signature)...............................
"Subscribed and sworn to before me at................., this .......... day of
........., 19...
S (Signature' ............................."









SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH THE VARIOUS STATES, MARCH, 1920.


Station





Albany, N. Y...
Atlanta, CGa.....
Baltimore, MIl..
Birmingham,
A .la.
Bismarck, N.
Dak.
Boston, Mass...
Do.........
Do.........
Do.........
Do.........
Charleston, W.
Va.
Chicago, Tll.....
Columbia, S.C..

Columbus, Ohin.
Des Moines,
Iowa.
Fort Worth,Tex.
Frankfort, Ky..

Irarrlsburg, Pa .
Helena, Mont...
Indianapolis,
Ind.
Jackson, Miss...

Jefferson City.
Mo.
Lansing, Mich..
Lincoln Nebr..
Little Rock,
Ark.
Madison, Wis...
Montpelier Vt.
Nashville, tenn.
New Orleans,
La.
Oklahoma,Okla.

Pierre, S. Dak..
Portland, Oreg.
Do.........
Richmond, Va..

Do.........
St. Paul, Minn..
Salt Lake City,
Utah.
Do.?....
Do.........
Tallahassee, Fla.

.Topeka, Kans..
Trenton, N. J...

Do.........
Washington,
D.C.
Do.........

Total....


State.





N. Y....
1-a ......
M l ......
.Ala......

N. Dak..

Mass ....
Me......
R. I.....
Conn....
N. H....
W. Va...

Ill.......
S. C.....

Ohio....
Iowa....

Tex.....
Ky......

Pa......
Mont....
Ind.....

Miss.....

Mo......

Mich....
Nebr....
Ark.....

WVis .....
Vt .....
Tenn....
La......

Okla....

S. Dak..
nreg....
Wash...
Va......

N. C....
Minn....
Utah....

Idaho...
Ner.....
Fla......

Kans....
N.J.....

Del.....
D.C....

Miscel...


Tuberculin
tests.


i 1, 743
17 6'2
72 1,2911
52 1, 'I14

215 2, ,;)7
1I 276
52 ,31
7 125
201 4174

541 6S3

12 2,132
21' 6(1

1.S, 3,355
1 19 3, 065

123 1,7:31
42 921

1514 2,345
1112 1, %in
104 1,3.3

169) 1,6')4

104 3,660

66 1,494
49 1,647.
9 103

211 4,935
215. 3, 65
36 704
34 622

32 735

14 322
254 3,479
290 3,057
77 1,962

40 674
159 4, 1_I
24 2i)J

R0O 1,397
34 46,
73 1,315

41 1,211
14 2.S5

14 213
42 3.3I

17 22

, 702 67, 619.


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11 4


24 3


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2'17 6
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clh.trge.





H. B. Leonard..
W.M.MacKellar.
T. A. Ladson...
C.J. Becker.....

H. H. Cohenour.

E. A. Crossman.
.....do .........
.....do ..-.......
.....do..........
.....do...........
;eo. W. Netf....

J.. Lintner.....
W. K. Lewis.....

Leo E. Davis...
F. H. Thompson

R. E. Jackson...
W. F. Biles.....

P. E. Quinn.....
R. Snyder.......
J. E. Gibson....

J. A. Barger.....

Ralph Graham.

T. S. Rich.......
S.E.Cosford....
J. H. Bux .......

J. S. Healy......
A. J. De Fosset..
Robert Jay......
R. W. Tuck.....

W.C. Drake, jr..

J. O. Wilson....
S. B. Foster.....
.....do...........
R. E. Brookbank

.....do..........
W. J. Fretz.....
F. E. Murray....

.....do..........
.....do...........
J. G. Fish.......

H. M. Graefe.....
W. G. Middle-
ton.
.....do...........
J. A. Kiernan...

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


Stnte official.





D W. tcT.Laury, .lh iny.
P. F. B-Ihnen. \tlarI i.
R.C. Roel, Baltiniure.
C. A. Cary, Auburn.

W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.

L. H. Howard, Boston.
W. H. Lynch, A.uusI..
J. S. Pollard, f'rovidence.
J. M. Whittlesey, Hartford.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. Stewart, Charleston.

A. T. Peters, Springfield.
R. O. Feeley, Clemson Col-
lege.
T. A. Burnett, Columbus.
R. D. Wall, Des Moines.

E. M. Wiggs Fort Worth.
S. F. Musseiman, Frank-
fort.
T. E. Mtmce, Harrisburg.
W. T. Butler Helena.
L. E. Northrup, Indian-
apolis.
E. M. Ranck, Agricultural
College.
D. F. Luckey, Jefferson
City.
H. H. Halliday Lansing.
W. T. Spencer, Lincoln.
R. M. Gow, Little Rock.

C. P. Norgord, Madison.
E. S. Brigham, Montpelier.
M. Jacob, Nashville.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
J. A. Whitehurst, Okla-
homa.
A. E. Beaumont, Pierre.
W. H. Lytel, Salem.
E. F. Benson, Olympia.
J. G. Ferneyhough, Rich-
mond.
Wm. Moore, Raleigh.
C. E. Co ton, Sr. 'ail.
R. W. Hoggan, Salt Lake
City.
J.D. am, Boise.
Edw. Records, Reno.
J. W\. De Milly, Tallabas-
see.
J. H. Mercer Topeka.
J. H. McNeil, Trenton.

Wesley Webb, Dover.


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52 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,

PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS.

Bond-Gillessey Co., successor to Sanitary Chemical Co., Louisville, Ky.. will
continue the manufacture of "Ridzol Compound Dip and Spray." permitted by the
bureau under date of December 29, 1919, as a substitute for compound solution of
cresol, U. S. P., for use in the disinfection of cars, bo.its, other vehicles and premises
that have contained live stock infested with communicable diseases.




RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS.

Penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violalions of rcunlatory laws, as
reported to the bureau, as follows:
Live-Stock Quarantine Law.
Louisville & N~.-hl.ille Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 fines and A$36.60 costs.
Illinois Central Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 fines ,and $5S.95 costs.
Nash\ille, Cha:ttanooga & St. Louis Railway (6 c.ties '00 fines and $106.50 costs.
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad Co. (2 cases i, $200 fines and $34.60 costs.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., $100 fine.
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. '2 cases', $200 fines and
$34.19 costs.
Chicn-'o, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., $100 fine and $17.10 costs.
New York Central Railroad Co., $100 fine and $14.10 costs.
Twenty-Eight-Hour Law.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. (22 cases), $2,200 finr-s and $18.75 costs.
Atchison, Topeka & Sanita Fe Railway Co. (5 ca.-e'i, 7,50 tines. $2..Si interest, and
$170.42 costs.
Southern Railway Co. (6 cases), $,00 fines and $!11' costs.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (10 cases) $1.050 fines and $148.15 costs.
Norfolk & Western Railway Co., $100 fine and $11.25 costs.
New York Central Railroad Co. (18 cases), $1,800 fines and 6.41 costs.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Co. (9 cases), $V00 fines and $81.S5 costs.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 fines and $43.55 costs.
Great Northern Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 fines and $30.90 costs.
Seaboard Air Line Railway (7 cases), $800 fines and $S3.90 costs.
Missouri Pacific Railway System, $100 fine and $17.70 costs.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (2 cases i. $200 fines and $31.80 costs.
St. Joseph & Grand Island Railway Co., $100 fine and $21.43 costs.
Kansas City Southern Railway Co., $100 fine and $13.40 costs.
Union Pacific Railroad Co., $100 fine and $23.82 costs.
St. Louis & San Francisco Railway Co., $100 fine and $17.50 costs.
Chicago, filwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co., $100 fine and $14.36 costs.
Sobile & Ohio Railway Co., $100 fine and $11.30 costs.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., $100 fine and $16.95 costs.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co., $100 fine and $27.45 costs.







1920.] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 53

AMENDMENT OF PROPERTY REGULATIONS.

Memorandum No. 2!19 of the Oltice of the Secretary, dated January 24, 1920, and
designated as Amonndment Nip. 2 to the Prioporty Regulations, amends paragraph 31
of the Property Regulations ,f this department to read as follows:
"31. Pureha e from Go mcrin, t ciiipl":s( pr/ohibited.-No supplies or property for
the use of the department shall bie purchased frrm any of its employees without the
approval of the Secretary. The request for suihl approval must in each case be ac-
cimpanied by a statemo-ntl in writijr frim ithe iitlic-.r r(tifvinLr the voucher hi-;wiving
the necessity fir the purchase andl indict;i.I-lng specifically that the purchase I'rfm 1the
employee will bee more advantageous tl th (Gvcernment than a purchase from any
other source."


SERVICES OF BUREAU EMPLOYEES ON DAYS OBSERVED IN LIEU OF
HOLIDAYS.

The bureau has received an :opini,.n fr.U the Solicitor's. tHLic: concerning the serv-
ices of its employe-es on meat-inspectio.n work ,n days legally observed in lini of
holidays, to the effect that the Se': rtary is authorized by statute to prescribe rules
and regulations n-,t inc.'nsistenut with law for the government of his departmni.nt. and
for the performance (f its business, and that under this authority he designated certain
holidays or the days l i.,.lly observed in lieu of said holidays as days to be regarded
as holidays. Since MIemo:rial Day and Independence Day of this year fall on Sun-
day, the Monlnay following each lof those days will be considered as legally observed
in lieu of them. Thle pro\vis-iojis in IMemorandum 288 of August 4, 1919, will there-
fore apply to the holiday serv\i-es of all lui.rIau employees.



THE GEORGE WASHINGTON MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.

Mr, ih 'r, rif iIr Di par/l inu t Yiif -. 1/ id tllure:
It is thl plan -if the George Washington Mlemorial Association to erect in Washing-
ton, by, popular subscription, a National Vii ti -u Memorial upon a site which has been
granted by thl,. Cngress.. This builJing, appropriately called "A Temple of Patriot-
ism," will, ii a bru.ad s,..nse, cmmi.mrrateI tllh ~ who have served their country in
earlier wars as well as in the great strugl.'I,- t'l uphold American rights and the civiliza-
tion of lIhe world through whi'h thie Natiiu has just passed. It is designed to be
architecturally impr .Issiv, and, iinanol:c by popular subscription, will be for ages
an enduring testim_.ny that the people of the United States do not forget.
I commend this prijec't to your considerSntilin. The members of the Department
of Agriculture, andi in fact every citizen of the country, has a natural interest in the
proposed building, not, only Ibecause of the sentiment it represents but because it is
to be national in its utility, proviling in the Nation's capital a spacious auditorium
for national gatherings, roinms fr patriotic societies, and Washington headquarters
for the people of each Stale and for housing archives and relics relating to the war.
It is the plan, I understand, to have every star in the service flags throughout the
whole country concret-ly represented by $5 in the building fund.
While no campaign of slicitation fur funds will be conducted in the Department
of Agriculture, any contributions you may be inclined to make toward the erection
(if a memorial may be sent to the chief clerk of the department, who will receipt for
them and transmit them to the proper officer of the Memorial Association.
E. T. MEREDITH,
Secretary of .iri, ul urc.







54 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WAR MEMORIAL.

Referring to the notice appearing in the March and May, 1919, issues of this publi-
cation relative to a war memorial to former departmental employees, for the informa-
tion of those interested it may be stated that subscriptions to the fund now amount
to $7,548.04. The United States Senate has already approved the project and the
matter is now before the proper committee of the United States House of Representa-
tives. When it has been passed by both houses of Co ngress, designs will be submitted
to the Commission on Fine Arts and when these are approved steps will be taken to
complete the fund of $10,000 and to erect the memorial.



NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU.

[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but publications
are sent in bulk to officers in charge for distribution to members of their force~. The number of copies
sent varies with the subject or nature of the publication anId the nuimb:r and class of employees. Officers
in charge will use their judgment and distribute publications to Iest advantage. So far as possible addi-
tional copies will be furnished on request.]
Department Bulletin 817. Observations on the Life History of Ascaris Lumbri-
coides. By B. H. Ransom, Chief, and W. D. Foster, Zoological Division. Pp. 47,
figs. 6.
Department Bulletin 855. Saponified Cresol Solutions. By Jacob M. Schaffer,
Biochemic Division. Pp. 5.
Amendment 3 to B. A. I. Order 211, governing meat inspection of the United States,
effective April 15, 1920. P. 1.
Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 263, modif-ing Regulation 7 of the regulations
governing the interstate movement of live stock, effective April 15, 1920. P. 1.



HAVE YOU THE $24?

A man bought Manhattan Island for $24.
The point of this story is that he had the $24.
There are scores who complain vociferously and frequently that the road to wealth
is always blocked.
Yet when a small opportunity opens up the capital necessary to take advantage
of it is lacking.
Where is the man so poorly paid in the United States to-day that he can not save a
fraction of his earnings?


-BUY W. S. S.-








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.


ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.

Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER.
Assistant Chitf: B. H. RAWL.
Assistant to Chief: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN.
Editor: D. S. BURCH.
Animal Husbandry Division: GEORGE M. ROMMEL, chief.
Biochnmic Division: M. DORSET, chief.
Dairy Division: B. H. RAWL, chief.
Field Inspection DiLision: A. W. MILLER, chief.
Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Miscellanous Division: A. M. FARRINGTON, chief.
Pathological Division: JoHN S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Quarantine Division: RICHARD W. HICKMAN, chief.
Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: J. A. KIERNAN, chief.
Zoological Dit ision: B. HI. R.ANOM, chief.
Erpcriment Station: E. C. SCHROEDER, superintendent.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HIOUCK, chief.
Office of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, acting in charge.
Office of Accounts: A. C. DAvis, acting in charge.
Appointment Section: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in charge.















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L5Sued Juno 2, 12.S. R. A.--B. A. 1. 156.United States Department of Agriculture,BUREAU OF ANIMAL 1XI)DUTLRY.JOhN R. MOHLER, CHIEF OF BUREAU.SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.APRIL, 1920.[This publication i.; issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc., con-cerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Indust ry. Free (list ribution is limited to persons in t lie serviceof the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public otticers whoseduties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Othersdesiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, G overnment Print ing Ollice,Washington, 1). C., at 5 cents each, or 50 cents a year. A supply will be sent t o each official in charge ofstation or branch of t lie bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force.A file should be kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTS.Page. Page.Changes in directory. .15 instructions cocerniin t he tuiterculin testingNotices regarding meat inspection. 47 of cattle for export to countries othor thanApproval of stencils and dies. 1 7 Canada. 50Materials for marking meat and meat 'ood 2umimary of tubercuiosis-eralisation work inproducts submitted for approval. 17 operation with the various States, Marci,Animals slaughtered under meat inspection, 1920. .51March, 1920. 17 Permitted disinfectants. .52Imports of food animals and of meats and meat Results of prosecutions for violations of laws. 52food products. .17 Amendment of property regulations.Foreign officials authorized to sign inspection Services of bureau employees on days observedcertificates for meat and products for imporin lieu of holidays. .tation into the Uli 'd States. I The George Washin'gti Memorial Associatio .53Field inspect ion for. It C reports. 4I Department of Agriculture war memorial. 54Inspection and testing of animals for Canada. I) New publications of the bureau.51Licenses for veterinary biological products. to Organization of the Bureau of A nimal Idtis-Quantities of antihog-cliolera serum and he try. .cholera virus produced in months of January,February, and March, 1920. 19CHANGES IN DIRECTORY.Meat Inspection Inaugurated.300. The Northern Ohio Butterine Co., 114 Seventh Street, Ashland(, Mhi*998. Gorgin & Tyirin, 1907 Dunlap Street, Cincinnati, ohio.*E-69. Reher-Verlegh Packing Corporation, Upper Preakness, N. J.Meat Inspection Withdrawn.814. P. A. Jackson & Co., 408 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, Kans.889. Charles Valisen, 359 Willet Avenue, Port Chester, N. Y.952. Gregory Farm Laboratory, White hall, Ill.471. TT. S. Johnson, 266 Weeden Street, Pawtucket, PR. 1.* Conducts slaughtering.179143*--20 45

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46 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,Meat Inspection Temporarily Suspended.188. Clement E. Allen (Inc.), Media. Pa.167. George Gregory, Philadelphia, Pa.813. A. Darlington Strode, West Chester, Pa.356. Deerfoot Farm Co., Southborough, Mass.628. W. W. Rose, Trenton, N. J.201. Heny Strecker, Philadelphia, Pa.Changes in Names of Official Establishments.902. Kaufman Packing Co. (Inc.), Union Stock Yards, Baltimore, Md., instead ofKaufman Beef Co.951. William Ammann, jr., 611 North Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead ofWilliam Ammann.*160. Lewis Newhof & Son, 410 South Pearl Street, Albany, N. Y., instead of LewisNewhof.Stations Added.Ashland, Ohio, meat inspection (substation of Cleveland, Ohio).Upper Preakness, N. J., meat inspection (substation of Paterson, N. J.).Stations Discontinued.Media, Pa., meat inspection (substation of Philadelphia, Pa.).West Chester, Pa., meat inspection (substation of Philadelphia, Pa.).Southborough, Mass., meat inspection (substation of Boston, Mass.).Port Chester, N. Y., meat inspection (substation of New York, N. Y.).White Hall, Ill., meat inspection (substation of National Stock Yards, Ill.).Changes of Officials in Charge.Fort Worth, Tex., Dr. George F. Flaherty (acting) instead of Dr. Lester R. Smith(acting). Lincoln, Nebr., Dr. C. If. Hays instead of Dr. S. E. Cosford.Changes of Addresses of Officials in Charge.Dr. A. N. Smith, care The Portland Abattoir, 92 Presumpscot Street, East Deering,Portland, Me., instead of 8 Union Mutual Building, 396 Congress Street, Portland, Me.Dr. W. E. Jennings, care S. D. Chamberlin & Sons, 179 State Street, Hartford,Con., instead of care Armour & Co.Dr. W. G. Middleton, 401 Wilkinson Building, 203 East State Street, Trenton,N. J., instead of State House.Dr. 11. 11. Dell, care Corn Belt Packing Co., Thirty-second and Jackson Streets,Dubuque, Iowa., instead of care Dubuque Packing Co.Dr. W. 11. Rose, 326 U. S. Barge Office, New York, N. Y., instead of 18 Broadway.Notes.Remove name of B. H. Yenner, Fostoria, Ohio. Fostoria will be operated as asubstation of Indianapolis, Ind., under the supervision of Dr. J. D. Stillwell.Remove name of Dr. P. L. Gilbert, Aurora, Ill. Aurora will be operated as a sub-station of East St. Louis, Ill., under Dr. J. W. Joss.Remove name of Dr. C. H. Hays, Indianapolis, Ind. Dr. J. E. Gibson will assumecharge of hog-cholera control work in addition to his other duties.Dr. F. H1. Thompson, 15 Federal Building, Des Moines, Iowa, will assume, inaddition to his present duties, the work of hog-choloera control and sheep-scabieseradication.Remove name of Dr. J. P. Jacks, Phoenix, Ariz. Vacancy unfilled.*Conducts slaughtering.

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1920.] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 47NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION.APPROVAL OF STENCILS AND DIES.The approval of imprints or blue prints of box dies and stencils may be accepted asauthority to permit the use of larger dies and st pencils, provided that the same stvleof letters and arrangement of words are preserv(l and that all features are prop r-tionately enlarged. It. should be understood, however, h under no circtuinstanwesshould the approval of such blue prints or imprints be accepted as an thority t' Iernitthe use of dies and stencils smaller than those marked with stamp of approval.MATERIALS FOR MARKING MEAT AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL.It has been difficult and sometimes impossible without further inquiry to determinethe use to be made of materials submitted for approval under the meat-i inspection actfor marking meat and meat food products. For instance, it is important to distinguishbetween stencils and box dies, liners and wrappers, and labels and carton materials.Failure to identify definitely these materials and specify the use for which they areintended causes delay in approval and errors in ailing and recording. It is thereforerequired that each such material hereafter submitted for approval shall bear a writtenname or statement specifying the character of marking which it represents and theuse for which it is intended, in order that this information wvill be apparent on eachcopy to which the bureau stamp of approval is applied.ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,MARCH, 1920.Station. Cattle. Calves. Sheep. (oats. Swine.Clicaco. .153,1 1 67 171,049 1 50-,039Fort Worth. .19, 615 G,211 12,775 305 52, 511Kansas Citv .71,462 22,'20 106,027 111 250,931National Stock Yards. 33,374 13, 1s3 20,557 .1:3:1, 667Omaha. , 32 9,429 126, 267 1 217,G56St. Louis. --.12,120 5, 267 3,331 .-.-.-. 127,379Sioux City.22, , 11,17 114, 412'7 2,925 ll,1-,2South St. Joseph . .21,705 6, S65 60,09s .151,221South St. Paul. 23, 715 40,761 7, 161 .177,721All other establishments-. .256, 909 213, 592 266, 05 11 1,715, 101Total: March, 1920. 6 139 390,053 787, 67 1'1 3,41 IsoMarch, 1919. 6.10, 2s 295, 355 737, s36 1,517 3,443,3309 months cnded March, 1920. 7, 75s, 23S 3, 0 15, 437 10, 132,S05 54, 591 29, 20,549 months ended March, 1919. 9,254,721 2,572,449 ,31,814 96,716 33,719,025Horses slaughtered, at all establishments, March, 1920, 133.IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS.The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meatfood products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during March, 1920,with figures for other periods for comparison.Imports offood animals.Country of export. Cattle. Swine. Sheep. Goats.Mexico. .6,380 1 2, 649 522Canada. 9,053 35 1,13 1Great Britan. 209 ..Total: March, 1920. 15,672 39 3 7S7 523March, 1919 .26,710 1,512 12, S25 106 9 months ended March, 1920. 532, 510 4, 253 150, 117 6, 5239 months ended March, 1919. 348,844 22,776 165, 918 23,591

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48 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,Imports of mwal anl1 m(t foo1 products.Fresh and refrigeral ed.Country of export. Canne 11 1A h) er Tot.,iand ~ ~ ~ ~ NN' cue.pont. w ht.Beef. Other. iPounds. Pou nd1' P,ounds. Fo( It nd". ,niads.Argent ia. .333, 908 333, 9NAustralia. .9 ,9 1 1,72" .101,0'89Canada. 2,309, G06 911,218 14, 197 8,113 3,243,434frguay. . .12,000 .12,000Other countries. .93,858 4 ,382 10,509 17,172 15,921Total: Mlarch, 1920. 2,403, 401 1,055, 501 38, 731 359,193 3,85.952March, 1919. 2,639,072 1,1 9, 072 1,151,819 1,37-,1'3 ",357,959 months ended March, 1920. 21,813,10 11,210, 81s 1,281,20 5,309, 290 42,674, 4809 months ended March, 1919. 25, 085,019 3,937,574 111,31, 173 5,01', 51 148,385,917Condemned in March, 1920: Beef, 261 pounds; veal, 80 pouni1; miit ton, 73,037 pound:; pork, 1,107 pounds;tot I , 71,485 potind,.J refused entry: Beef, 3,300 poundsi pork, 1,045 pounds; to ta, 4,315 pounds.FOREIGN OFFICIALS AUTHORIZED TO SIGN INSPECTION CERTIFICATES FOR MEAT AND PRODUCTS FOR IMPORTATION INTO THE UNITEDSTATES.The following are addliional names, a(ldr( ses, and facsimlile signatures (if foreignnational Goverineint officials authorize( t sign and ibste cerifiuates of inspectionf1r meat and meat fonud products offerei for imi rtation into tihe United States:Couni ry and 11ame. Signature.ATSTiALIA.J. P. 1 lollwood.A. Toyne ..FIELD INSPECTION, FORM 11C REPORTS.Reference is malde to Service and Regulatory Aiinouncements of April, 1917, pages10 and 41, headed " Reporting Finding of Animals Affected with Contagious Disease,"and to Service and Regulatory Announcements of February, 1918, page 11, headed"Reports Regarding ruixrculosis." Inspectors in charge of stations are urged to obtain the proper data relative to the origin of siipments of tuberculous cattle andswiine. The bureau considers this very important information in connection with its1 ltbereulosis-eradication campaign. oine itlspectors in charge of meat int8pectionhave demonstrated beyond a doubt that much good can be done by the cooperationof the different bureau forces in obtaining the necessary information from the packers,li ve-ock commission men, and others interest ed in the iidustry. This report shouldbe made in duplicate, the original forwarded to tlie chief of the bureau and the dupli-cate to the inspector in charge of tuberculosis eradication in tie State where the ship-inent originated.

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1920.] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 49INSPECTION AND TESTING OF ANIMALS FOR CANADA.The following changes have been made in the list of practicing veterinarians regis-tered by the bureau and authorized to inspect and tost with mallein iorses, iulesantd asss inft ded for export to Canada:Names Added to List.1'Dr. Ben. K. Bjornson, Mandan, N. Dak.D~r. T. 0. Brarndenburg, takota, N. Dak.I)r. L. P. I rewster, \ermilion, S. Dak.Dr. C. If. Covault, Anes, Iowa.1r. 11. R. Groomn, Twiin Falls, Idaho.Ir. William J. Ilay 's, Cr sby , N. I ak.I r. b'rnard Johnson, Spokanle, WXazsh.Changes in Addresses.Dir. G. 11. I afoe from New Engiand to Mott, N. Dak.i)r. C. Ioward Spangler from Lockport to Joliet, Ill.Names Removed from List.Dr. J. S. Anderson , (Gaud Island, Nebr.Dr. 11. J. iMfcCarthy, Baltimore, Md.Dr. C. A. Pierce, Elgin, Ill.I)r. Joseph Iiughes, (Ciicago, Ill.I)r. C. If. Stage, Ames, Iowa.LICENSES FOR VETERINARY BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS.Licenses for the manufacture of veteritnary biological products have been issued asfollows for the year 1920, under the act of Congress of March -4, 191:3 ( .7 Stat., 832i,and the regulations made thereunder dl. A. I. Order 265):N. 1 Date. Name and address of firm. Products.4 Apr. L) Tlie Abbo(t Laboratories,175:3to-4757 1astroenetritis mixed 1ac terin (equine):havenswood Avenue, Chicago, Ill. matniti is mixed aeterin (ovine);m ixet-infect1ion tacterin (for fowls); pig-scourmixed tactcrin.52 Apr. 1 The Cutter Laboratory, Sixth and Mixed bacterin (bovine).reasonn Streets, Berkeley, Calif.52 Apr. 5 .o. Chielcen-pox vaccine.7s A pr. 3 University of California (Agricultural Chicken-pox vaccine; chicken-pox virns.Experiment Station), Davis andBerkeley, Calif.129 A pr. 2 TIe Eagle Laboratories, Sixth and White-scours mixed bacterin (1ovin ).Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City,Kans.151 Apr. 10 The Salt City Serum Co., Fourth and -knlthog-eholvra serui; hog-cholera virus.Grand Avenue, Hutchinson, Kans.QUANTITIES OF ANTIHOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUSPRODUCED IN MONTHS OF JANUARlY, FEBRUARY, AND MARCH, 1920.Serum. Simultaneous virus.Months. -------munizingOrdinarY. Clear. Ordinary. Clear. virus.January. 17, 983, 39 1,729, 403 1, 308, 377 1, 591 5, 718, 20 0February. 22,45S,127 2, 41,5 1,179,791 2S,548 6,627,5,S0March. 31, 435, 360 3, 795, 5 2,904,496 13,759 12,222,378

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50 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING THE TUBERCULIN TESTING OF CATTLEFOR EXPORT TO COUNTRIES OTHER THAN CANADA.1. Tuberculin tests applied to cattle for export to countries other than Canada maybe applied either by a veterinary inspector of this bureau or by a veterinarian who isauthorized by the State in which he resides and by this bureau to apply tuberculintests to cattle intended for interstate shipment.2. The regular T. E. Form 15 certificate should be used if the cattle are tested by abureau veterinarian, and in other cases the usual State form may be used. Fourcopies of the certificate should be prepared, the original to be forwarded to the bureau,the duplicate to accompany the shipment, the triplicate to be forwarded to the properState official of the State of origin, and the fourth copy to be forwarded to the bureau inspector in charge at the port of embarkation. The country to which the cattleare destined and the port in the United States to which the animals are going forwardfor embarkation should be indicated on the certificate. If the cattle are from anaccredited herd or a herd in the process of accreditation, the fact should be noted onthe certificate.3. In case the cattle are tested by a veterinarian other than a bureau inspector, allfour copies of the certificate prepared on the States form together with the affidavit asindicated in paragraph 4, should be forwarded to the bureau inspector in charge oftuberculosis-eradication work in the State of origin, who will indorse all four copies.If the cattle are from an accredited herd or a herd in the process of accreditation, thefact should be noted on the certificate. The inspector in charge will forward theoriginal copy to the bureau, the duplicate to the veterinarian who applied the test orto the owner in order that it may accompany the shipment, the triplicate to the proper State live-stock sanitary official of the State of origin, and the fourth copy to thebureau inspector in charge at the port of embarkation. All four copies should plainlyin(licate the country to which the cattle are destined, as well as the port in the UnitedStates to which the animals are going forward for embarkation.4. The owner of the cattle should be required to execute an affidavit as per formcontained in paragraph 8 of this notice, and the affidavit should be forwarded to thebureau with the original certificate.5. Except in the case of cattle from an accredited herd, the tuberculiii test muist beapplied within 60 days of the date of shipment.6. The foregoing instructions do not apply to shipments of cattle to (4nada, but in-structions covering shipments of cattle for that country will be found in Service andRegulatory Announcements for November, 1919, page 12:3.7. If inspectors in charge of tuberculosis-eradication work know of any approvedveterinarians in their territory who may apply the tuberculin test to cattle for exportto countries other than Canada, it is requested that, they advise them as to proper meth-O(ds to follow in such cases.8. The form of affidavit required in connection with the tuberculin testing of cattlefor export is as follows:" I, ., do solemnly swear that any reactors to the tuberculin testto be made of my cattle for export to .will be immediately placedin a satisfactory quarantine and held subject to the laws and regulations of the State inwhich tested, and that no animal presented for the test has at any time reacted totuberculin or has received any injection of tuberculin within a period of 60 dayspreceding the (late upon which they are offered for said tuberculin test.(Signature)."Subscribed anl sworn to before me at ------------------, this ---------day of..(Signature)."

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1920.] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUN'EM ENTS. 51SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION WITH THE VARIOUS STATES, MARCH, 1920.Tuherculin Fm-tests.Statron State. i r in State ofTial.1, 7s 3 471 1 IAlbany, N.Y. N. Y. 17 29 T. B.Leonard. I) W. McLanry, Alban'y.A tlanta, Ga. Ga. 17 692W.M.Mc ellar .F. Ialnsen, Atlinim.Ilaltimore, Ml. , MI. 72 1,290 41 6 1 c6a T. A. Ladson. R. C. Reed, halt ignore.Birming iam, Ala. 52 1,04t 17 1 2 C. J. Becker. C.A.CarvAuburn.Ala.Bismarck, N. N. Dak. 215 2,807 66 3 9 146 H. 11. Cohonour. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.Oak.Boston, Mass. Mass 1 276 11 4 1. F. A. Crossman. L. IT. Howari, Boston.Do. Me. 52 s31 21 3 3 121 .l.W. H. Lynch, Anusta.Do. R. I. 7 125 9 . .. .d. J. S. Polartl, P'rovidence.Do. Conn. ..20 474 93 1 1 9.(o. J. M. Whit tlesev, I fart ford.Do. N.H. 3 '1 17 1 .4. o. .Felker, onerd.Charleston, W. W. Va. 51 6-3 5 4' 2 13 Geo.W. Neff. J. H. Stewart, Charleston.Va.Chicago, Ill. Ill. 12' 2,432 207 6 7 to, J. J. Lintner. A. T. Peters, Springfield.Columbia, S. C. S. C. 21 601 6 2 2 27 W. K. Lewis.R. I ). 0Feeley, Clemson (ol-S1 lege.Columbus, Ohio. Ohio. 188 3,355 146 5 s 89 Leo E. Davi .T. A .Burneit , Colnmnbus.D1es Moines, Iowa. 149 3, 065 219 4 41 2 F. 11. Thompson I. D. Wall, l)es Moines.Iowa. F. Jack,-n .W"Frt W ''FortWorth,Tex. Tex. 123 1,73 1. ') .M. Wiorth.Frankfort, Ky. Ky. 42 921 21 2 4 37 W. F. Biles. S. F. Musselhnan, Frank-fort.Harrisburg, Pa .Pa .154 2,345 150 5 6 149 P. E. Quinn. T. E. Munce, Harrisburg.Helena, Mont. Mont. 102 1, S10 69 2 4 3s R. Snyder. W. T. Butler, Ifelena.Indianapolis, rnd. 101 1,533 7S 3 3 95 J. E. ibson. L. E. Northrup, Indian-Ind. apolis.Jackson, Miss. Miss. 169 1,691 1 3 1 20 J. A. Barger. E. M. Ranck, AgriculturalCollege.Jefferson City, Mo. 104 3,660 S4 3 3 2 Ralph Graham. D. F. Luckey, JeffersonMo. I ' 2 CitY.Lansing, Mich. Mich. 66 1,44 32 H5 2 Q T.S. Rich. I. H. Halliay, Lansing.Lincoln Nebr. Nbr. 19 1,647 89 2 4 15 S.E. Cosford. W. '. Spencer, Lincoln.Little o c k , Ark. 9 193 2 .2 6 J. H. Bux. .M. (ow, Little Rock.Ark.Madison Wis Wis. 211 4,93 202 7 88 J. S. Healv. C. P. Norgord, Mad ison.Montpeher, Vt. Vt .218 3,659 1s4 5 5 48 A. J. Do Fosset F. S. Brigham, Moni pelier.Nashville, Tenn. Tenn. 36 70I 8 2 1 61 Robert Jay. M. Jacob, Nashville.New Orleans, La. 34 822 25 1 .2 R. W. Tuck. E. P. Flower, BatonLa. Rouge.Oklahoma,Okla. Okla. 32 735 19 2 2 1 W. C. Drake,jr. J. A. Whitehurst, Okla-14 2 2 .homa.Pierre, S. Dak. S. Dak. 322 15 .10 J.0.Wilson. A. E. Beaumont, Pierre.Portland, Oreg. Oreg. 254 3, 479 125 2 3 16 S. B. Foster .W. Ir. ytel, Salem.Do. Wash. 290 3,057 46 2 5 9 .do. E. F. Benson, tlympia.Richmond, Va. Va .77 1, 962 51 7 1 301 It. E. Brookbank J. G. Ferneyhougli, Rich-mond.Do. N. C. 40 671 5 2 2 81 .do. Wn. Moore, Raleih.St. Paul, Minn. Minn. 159 4, 1S1 132 9 6 352 W. J. Frotz. .C. E. CotI oi St .P: Ii1.Salt Lake City, Utah. 24 209 .3. 1s F. E. Murray. R. W. Hoggan, Salt LakeUtah. City.Do. *. Idaho. 80 1,397 37 1 3 3.(10.J. J). Adams, Boise.Do. Nov. 31 46s' 1 31 . .o. Fdw. Records, Beno.Tallahassee, Fla. Fla. 73 1,315 23 2 7 9 J. G. Fish. J. W. Do Milly, Tallahas-see.Topeka, Kans. Kans. 41 1,211 43 3 1 46 IT. M. Graefe. J. II. Mercer, Topeka.Trenton, N. J. N. J. 14 2S5 9 1 1 8 W. G. MiddleJ. H. McNeil, Trenton.o .ton.Do.Del 14 213 4 1 1 8.do. Wesley Webb, Dover.Washington, D.C. 42 333 1 2 7 J. A. Kiernan.D.C.Do. Miscel. 17 22 3 1 .. .do. .Total. .3, 702 67, 619 2,,82S 12S 122, 128

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52 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS.hond-Gillessey Co., successor to Sanitary Chemical Co., Louisville, Ky., willcorn inue the manufacture of " 1Ridzol Compound Tip and Spray," permitted by thebureau uider date of Decelber 29, 1919, as a substitute for compound solution ofcresol, T-. S. P., for use in the disinfection of cars, bots, other vehicles and premisesthat have cont ained live stock infested with commiuicable diseases.RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS.Penzadiis haxe b1en inposod in prosecut ions for violations of regulatory laws, asreported to ihe 1urean, afollows:Live-Stock Quarantine Law.Louisxille & Nasliville Railroad (o. (2 cases), $200 fines and $:6.60 costs.lii nois Cent rl1 Railroad Co. (3 cases) $300 fines and $78.t5 costs.Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Lois Railway (' cases), $600 fines and $106.50 costs.Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 fines and $24.60 costs.Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., $100 fine.Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. (2 cases), $200 fines and$34.19 costs.(hicaao, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., $100 line and $17.10 costs.New York Central Railroad Co., 8100 fine and $14.10 costs.Twenty-Eight-Hour Law.Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. (22 cases), $2,200 fines and $G8.75 costs.Atehismin, Top ka & Sadita Fe Rai lway Co. 15 cases), -750 fines, $2.st interest, and$170.42 costs.Southern Railway Co. (G cases), $100 fines and $119 costs.Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (10 cases) $[.050 fines and $148.15 costs.)orfolk & Western Railway Co. $100 fine and $11.25 costs. New York Central Railroad Co. (IS cases), $1,800 fines and $36.41 costs.fissouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Co. (9 cases), $900 fines and $86.85 costs.Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 fines and $43.55 costs.Great Northern Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 fines and $30.90 costs.Seaboard Air Line Railway (7 cases), $800 fines and $83.90 costs.Missouri Pacific Railway System, $100 fine and $17.70 costs. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (2 cases), $200 fines and $31.80 costs.St. Joseph & Grand Island Railway Co., $100 fine and $21.43 costs. ,Kansas City Southern Railway Co., $100 fine and $13.40 costs.Union Pacific Railroad Co., $100 fine and $23.82 costs.St. Louis & San Francisco Railway Co., $100 line and $17.50 costs.Chicago, :'ilwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co., $100 fine and $14.36 costs.Mobile & Ohio Railway Co., $100 fine and $11.30 costs.Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., $100 fine and $16.95 costs.Chesapeake c Ohio Railway Co., $100 fine and $27.45 costs.

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1920.] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 53AMENDMENT OF PROPERTY REGULATIONS.Memoraniui No. 299 of the ( office of thle Secretary, dated January 21, 120, anddesignated as Anv'ndment No. 2 to the Properly Regulations, amends paragraph 81of the Property Regulations of tiis department to read as f'l1fws:"31. PJurchase frmi Gorernmeno employees pro'hbi /.-No supplies ir property forthe use of the department shall be purchased from any of its emiipl vyes witihoiit theapproval of the Secrttary. The request f ir such approval muist in eachI case beo ac(oMlpanied by a statement in writing from the oflicir ertifyinig the voucher shavingtlho necessity for the purchase and indicatig specifically that lie punbase frim iloemployee will be more advantageous to the Goveriment than a purchase from anyother source."SERVICES OF BUREAU EMPLOYEES ON DAYS OBSERVED IN LIEU OFHOLIDAYS.The bureau has received an opinji in froim the Solicitor's office con cerninig the serv-ices of its employees on meat-inspection work in days legally observed in lieu ofholidays, to the effect that the Secretary is authorized by statute to prescribe rulesand regulations not inconsistent with law for the government of his department andfor the performance of its business, and that under this authority he designated certainholidays or the days legally observed in lieu of said holidays as days to be regardedas holidays. Since Memorial Day and Independence Day of this year fall on Suan-day, the Monday following each of those days will be considered as legally observed in lieu of them. The provisi ins in Memoraidum 2S8 of August 4, 1919, will there-fore apply to the holiday services of all bureau employees.THE GEORGE WASHINGTON MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.>L UIbISof the Dparltnenl of Agriculure:It is the plan of the George Washington Memorial Association to erect in Washing-ton, by popular subscription, a National V ictory Memorial upon a site which has beengranted by the C oigress. This building, appropriately called "A Temple) of Patrit-ism," will, in a bri)ad sense, commemnln rate those who have served their country inearlier wars as well as in the great sirnggle t iiphold American rights and the civiliza-tion of the world through which the Natiion has just passed. It is d,'signed to bearchitecturally impressive, and, financed by popular sl scriptioni, will bfor agesan enduring testim iiny that the people of the United States d1 not forget.I commend this project to your (onsiderotion. The members of the Departmnentof Agriculture, and in fact every citizen of the country, has a natural interest in theproposed bIulding, not only because of the sentiment it represents but because it isto be national il its utility, providing in the Nation's capital a spacious auditoriumfor national gatherings rooms for patriotic societies, and Washington headquartersfor the people of each State and for housing archives and relics relating to the war.It is the plan, I understand, to have every star in the service flogs throughout thewhole country ci incretely represented by $5 in the building fund.While no campaign of solicitation for funds will be conducted in the Departmenitof Agriculture, any contributions you may be inclined to make toward the erectionof a memorial my be sent to the chief clerk of the department, who will receipt forthem and transmit them to the proper oticer of the Memorial Association.E. T. MEREIi,Secretary of .ILriCulitre.

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54 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. [April,DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WAR MEMORIAL.Referring to the notice appearing in the March and May, 1919, issues of this publi-cation relative to a war memorial to former departmental employees, for the informa-tion of those interested it may be stated that subscriptions to the fund now amountto 57,548.04. The United States Senate has already approved the project and the matter is now before the proper committee of the United States House of Representa-tives. When it has been passed by both houses of Congress, designs will be submittedto the ConImissi on on Fine Arts and when these are approved steps will be taken tocoInpllte the fund of $10,000 and to erect the memorial.NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU.[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but publicationsare sent in bulk to otlicers in charge for distribution to members of their forces. The number of copiessent varies with the subject or nature of the publication and the number and class of employees. Officersin charge will use their judgment and distribute publications to best advantage. So far as possible addi-tional copies will be furnished on request.]Department Bulletin 817. Observations on the Life History of Ascaris Lumbri-eoides. By B. 1[. Ransom, Chief, and W. D. Foster, Zoological Division. Pp. 47,figs. .Department Bulletin 855. Saponified Cresol Solutions. By Jacob M. Schaffer,Biochemiic Division. Pp. 5.Amendmenit 8 to B. A. 1. Order 211, governing meat inspection of the United States, effective April 15, 1920. P. 1.Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 261, modifying Regulation 7 of the regulationsgoverning the interstate movement of live stock, effective April 15, 1920. P. 1.HAVE YOU THE $24?A man bought Manhattan Island for $24.The point of this story is liat he had the $21.There are scores who complain vociferously awd frequently that the road to wealthis always blocked.Yet when a small opportunity opens up the capital necessary to take advantageof it is lacking.Where is the man so poorly paid in the United States to-day that he can not save afraction of his earnings?T RIFT IS POWERBuySAVE AND SUCCEED-BUY W. S. S.

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1920.1 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 55ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.Chief: JOHN R. MonLER.Assistant Chief: B. 11. RAwL.Assistant to ('hif: 'HIARLES C. CARROLL.Chif Clerk: J. R. COJIRAN.Editor: D. S. BuncH.Animal Iusbandry Dirision: G EOiW H M. ROMMEL, chief.Biochemic Division: NI. DORsEr, chief.Dairy Division: 1. 11. RAWL, chief.Field Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER, Chief.Meat Inspeclion Dirision: R. P. STEDDOM, Chief.Miscellaneous Division: A. At. FARRINGTON, chief.Pathological Division: JOHN S. BUCKLEY, chief.Quaran tine Division: RicHARD W. HIcKMAN, chief.Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.Tuberculosis Eradication Division: J. A. KIERNAN, chief.Zoological Division: 13. H1. RANSOM, chief.Experiment Station: E. C. SciinoEDER, superintendent.Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. IiOUcK, chief.Ofice of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, acting in charge.Office of Accounts: A. C. DAvIS, acting in charge.Appointment Section: GEORGE 11. RUSSELL, in charge.ADDITIONAL COPIESOF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCURED FROMTHE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTSGOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICEWASHINGTON, D. C.AT5 CENTS PER COPYSUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 50 CENTS PER YEARvWASHINGTON :GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1920

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