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S. R. A.-B. A. I. 419 FLApril 1942.

UNITED STATES DEPARTME F OF AGRI URE

29 29
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SERVICE AND REGULATOR NOUNCEMEN
BUREAU OF ANIMAL D TRY
MARCH 1942 J -'-* ,


[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings. etc., con-
cerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the service
of the Bureau, establishments at which official inspection work is conducted, public officers whose duties
make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Others desiring
copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,
D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year (foreign, 60 cents). A supply will be sent to each official in charge
of a station or branch of the Bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force.
A file should be kept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directory ..--......-------------..-......---. ...........- ...--..............-- --....---- 17
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, February 1942 ................................ 18
Summary of meat and meat food products prepared and processed under Federal meat inspection,
February 1942 ............ ................... ......... ............... .......................... 18
Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States. Fe ry 1942-............- 19
Summary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) work in cooperation with State' e ary 1942......... 20
Biological products prepared under licenses, February 1942 ......... ... ................... 21
Inspections and tests in the production of anti-hog-cholera serum d hog-c a virus under
licenses, February 1942.----.-----------. ------ ..-- ------ ------ ........... 21
Licenses issued for biological products, February 1942---------.. .. ... .... 21
Biological products, other than anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-c olera us, Y censed
establishments during calendar year 19411.---------------------.....-...... ---------- -- 22
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws.................. ...... ..... ........ 24
Cresylic disinfectants permitted for use in official disinfectio -.. .... .....1...... ...-- 24
New publications of the Bureau.....--.. --......--............. ......
Amendments to Department regulations.............-........ .
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry....----------... .... 28


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY
Meat Inspection Granted
250-B. Hygrade Food Products Corporation, West Sixty-fifth S kand S rer
Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, and Dold Packing Corporation, A. nk ons,
Inc., Parker-Webb, Inc., Sullivan Packing Corporation, F. enk &
Sons Co., Dunlevy-Franklin Corporation, and Southern Food orpora-
tion.
t*513. Capitol Packing Co., 5000 Clarkson Street, Denver, Colo.
Meat Inspection Withdrawn
333. Banfield Bros. Packing Co., Inc., Miami, Okla.
Meat Inspection Extended
893. Albany Packing Co., Inc., Albany, N. Y., to include The Henry Muhs Co.
Change of Name of Official Establishment
37. Cleveland Provision Co., 3112 West Sixty-third Street, Cleveland, Ohio'
and The Lake Erie Provision Co., instead of The Lake Erie Provision
Co.
115. F. Manaster Packing Co., 851 Fulton Street, Chicago, Ill., instead of
Ziegler Provision Co.
Change of Mail Address of Official in Charge
Dr. C. A. Klein, care Albany Serum Co., Third and Front Streets, Albany, Ga.,
instead of P. O. box 326.
John O. Williams, U. S. Morgan Horse Farm, R. F. D. 3, Middlebury, Vt.,
instead of P. O. box 408.
Station Discontinued
Miami, Okla., meat inspection (remove Dr. Surring).
SNo sealed cars.
Conducts slaughtering.
.43638-2Q 17









BUREAU 'OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


Note

On page 33 of the Directory, under establishment 6-B, Swift & Co., Chicago,
Ill., add St. Louis Independent Packing Co. as a subsidiary.

ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
FEBRUARY 19421


Station Cattle Calves Shlep and Goats Swine
lambs

Chicago 3 --------------------------- 121,432 20.268 204.297 .........--. 350.322
Denver.......-- -.....---....------..... 11.267 1,327 23,810 ............ 37,174
Kansas City ............................. 70,669 11.741 89,984 ........-- .. 132.27S
New York -.............................. 37,289 46,335 227.996 ............ 157,371
Omaha.---....------.... -------------. 71,942 2,931 107.756 ............ 168, 762
St. Louis 4 ----........---....---------.. 50,082 23,449 34,427 -........... 216.076
Sioux City,...---- ....------. ---------. 36.812 458 57,560 ............ 118.825
South St. Paul ....-----------. ------.. 69.346 45,664 69.337 ............ 231,937
All other stations-------.------------- 422, 174 239,920 591,490 147 2,479,332
Total:
February 1942 ...---. ..----- .. 891,013 392,093 1,406.657 147 3, R92, 077
February 1941 .-----------... 717,434 393, 544 1,390, 720 343 3, 725,255
8 months ended-
February 1942........... 7,952,167 3, AW, 445 12,352,424 8,849 32,929,475
February 1941............. 6,793,713 3,501,566 12,037, 755 4,305 33,639,656

I Horses slaughtered:
February 1942-.................----...... .---------------------- ------------......- 2,264
February 1941 ...........-----........ .----------------.................---.------ 1,337
8 months ended-
February 1942......--.----.. ----- ------................---.-----.------.--------... 23,235
February 1941 ------------.....................----------- -------.....--...... 10. 103
Includes Elburn, Ill.
3 Includes Jersey City and Newark, N. J.
4 Includes National Stock Yards and East St. Louis, Ill.
Includes Newport and St. Paul, Minn.

SUMMARY OF MEAT AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS PREPARED AND
PROCESSED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, FEBRUARY 1942


Product Quantity Product Quantity

Meat placed in cure: Pounds Canned meat and meat food prod- Pounds
Beef ----........--------------. 11,229,136 ucts-Continued.
Pork. .... --------------- 210, 508.686 Soup....-----.... --....... ...... 27, 705,579
Smoked and/or dried: All other..................... 38,370,12-5
Beef ......... .................. 5,647.426 Bacon, sliced........................ ,24,722.918
Pork.--............----...------- 120, 033,796 Lard:
Sausage: Rendered ...................... 114,997,076
Fresh, finished-------. .-------. 13,894.491 Refined... .........--....... 110.832.561
Smoked and/or cooked.......... 46, 167.572 Canned............-..-........ 768. 379
To be dried or semidried ........ 8,727,704 Rendered pork fat:
Loaf, headcheese, chili con care, Rendered....................... 13,468,072
jellied products, etc ..-------.--. 11,550,971 Refined ......................... 8,126,808
Cooked meat- Canned......................... 490.717
Beef............................. 610.073 Oleo stock.......................... 13,017. O0'
Pork .... 6 E ......... 16,668,...... ... 5.947.,634
Canned meat and meat food prod- Compound containing animal fat... 16.341,930
ucts: Oleomargarine containing animal fat 5.367, 105
Beef ---..----------.------..... 13,744,589 Miscellaneous.......-..--.....-...-- 2, 645, 173
Pork............................ 73,955, 240
Sausage..-...................... 19,073,899 Total--- --.. ----------. 934.613.429

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


[March









SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, FEBRUARY 1942

Tuberculin
tests'during Total to date I
month
State or Terri- Inspector in State official
story Cat- Once- Ac- Herds charge
Cattle tie tested cred- under
tested re- free ited super-
acted herds herds vision


Alabama...-...
Arizona.......-
Arkansas_----...
California......

Colorado......
Connecticut....
Delaware.......

Dist. of Col....
Florida ...--...
Georgia.........
Idaho.........
Illinois -.........
Indiana.--......
Iowa......... .
Kansas ..------
Kentucky...-...
Louisiana.......
M aine..........
Maryland......
Massachusetts..
Michigan ....--
Minnesota .-..-
M ississippi......
Missouri.......

Montana ......
Nebraska.......
Nevada --.....-
New Hampshire-
New Jersey-.._-
New Mexico....
New York.....
North Carolina-_
North Dakota-_
Ohio...........
Oklahoma ......-

Oregon--------
Pennsylvania...
Rhode Island...
South Carolina.-
South Dakota-__
Tennessee...----
Texas....------
Utah-- ....._--_
Vermont ...----
Virginia---------
Washington....
West Virginia..-
Wisconsin .....
Wyoming ....
Hawaii.........
Puerto Rico-....
Virgin Islands--


Total-....-.. 842,915


1, 122
2,927
2,337

125,071

3,589
14, 52C
4,669

0
3,232
993
1,543
71,754
14.419
125, 482
4,377
3,110
.5, 608
1,769
13,504
23,113
40,488
7,564
2,759
3,512
4. 277
1,044
15
17,601
24,574
135
47,027
2,633
3,384

31,603
4,840

11,627
48,956
1,857
1,393
41,907
2,449
13, 278
1, 127
25,469
6,129
4,719
3,953
49,912
707
0
14,520

318


270,875
12,236
228,256

74,520

60,611
247
6,267
15
40,712
242,462
51,095
233,246
146,103
169, 000
170,338
163, 647
148,757
43,231
29,234
1,061
206,940
188,670
260,164
237, 707

72,999
134,887
3,511
654
1,902

22,104
6,440
256,656
65,410

244,500
276,267

206,318
159,286
2, 343
57, 124
73,279
294,895
252,815
87, 101
5,872
198,913
76,413
114,282
178, 743
20, 240
1,800
62,454
419


2,447 5,863,027 260,322 6,235,558


623
8
1

18

31
17,371
2,089

2
61
45
43
683
1,333
400
197
24
0
167
14,791
20,695
60
780
4
63

23
32
2
17,482
14,300

17
131,802
507
40

564
24

2,059
7,118
1, 299
88
4
24
62
128
17,760
519
28
596
6,352
3
0
0
0


271,445
12,593
228,257

74,669

60,846
18,830
8,383
17
67,656
242,561
51,270
243,292
144,750
194,440
171,032
163,867
148, 804
43,817
44,125
21,787
207,087
189,696
260,180
239,687

73,033
135,227
3,441
18,681
16, 343

25,450
139,042
257,163
68,010

244,860
276,310

208, 398
166,404
4,124
57,215
73.365
294, 9.35
292, 21
87,439
23,685
199,294
76,475
114,889
185,365
20, 250
1,800
62,568
420


I All States are 100 percent modified accredited. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are also in the
modified accredited area.


R. E. Jackson- ..-
F. L. Schneider___
A. W. Rice ..-...

H. M. O'Rear- -

Edgar Heiny......
R. L. Smith .....
0. L. Lockwood__

A. E.Wight --_-
T. H. Applewhite_
W. C. Dendinger__
Fred F. Fischer_ __
A. K. Kuttler--..
W. A. Sullivan-. -
J. A. Barger _- --
Ralph Graham --.
E. E. Coshow.-..-
W. A. McDonald..
B.J.Cady...-----
0. L. Lockwood-.
E.M. Aldrich ..--
C. H. Hays_-- .--
W. J. Fretz.......
H.Robbins .-----
E. C. Hughes-..-
G. W. Cronen -
J. W. Murdoch ..
S. H. Still-...--
E. M. Aldrich -..
J. R. Porteus .-
F. L. Schneider__
H. B. Leonard----
A. A. Husman __
F. C. Driver..---

A. J. DeFosset --
C. H. Fauks-..--

S. B. Foster.----
J. B. Reidy. --
E. M. Aldrich .-
W. K. Lewis.. -
Neil Plank .----
H. L. Fry _----
H. L. Darby _--
H. H. Cohenour -
N. H. Howlett...
H. S. Miller.......
J. C. Exline-----
H. M. Newton. -
J. S. Healy--...
F. H. Melvin ---
A. H. Julien .---
E. E. Maas ....--
E. E. Mas .......


R. S. Sugg, Auburn.
T. B. Jones, Phoenix.
Joe S. Campbell, Little
Rock.
C. U. Duckworth, Sacra-
mento.
R. M. Gow, Denver.
Claude Jones, Hartford.
Harry McDaniel, Jr.,
Dover.

J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee.
Tom Linder, Atlanta.
A. P. Schneider, Boise.
C. E. Fidler, Springfield.
J. L. Axby, Indianapolis.
C. C. Franks, Des Moines.
Will J. Miller, Topeka.
L. L. Breeck, Frankfort.
E. P. Flower. Baton Rouge.
D. P. Corbett, Augusta.
Mark Welsh, Baltimore.
Jas. DeNormandie, Boston.
C. H. Clark, Lansing.
Ralph L. West, St. Paul.
E. S. Brashier, Jackson.
J. W. George, Jefferson
City.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
J. R. Snyder, Lincoln.
W. B. Earl, Reno.
R. W. Smith, Concord.
R. A. Hendershott, Tren-
ton.
Sam McCue, Albuquerque.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
William Moore, Raleigh.
T. O. Brandenburg, Bis-
marck.
F. L. Carr, Columbus.
D. H. Ricks, Oklahoma
City.
W. H. Lytle, Salem.
C. P. Bishop, Harrisburg.
R. G. Bressler, Providence.
W. K. Lewis, Columbia.
R. S. Robinson, Pierre.
C. E. Kord, Nashville.
T. O. Booth, Fort Worth.
J. I. Curtis, Salt Lake City.
E. H. Jones, Montpelier.
H. C. Givens, Richmond.
M. O. Barnes, Olaympia.
T. C. Green, Charleston.
V. S. Larson, Madison.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.
E. H. Willers, Honolulu.
Isidoro A. Colon, San
Juan.
R. M. Lovett, Charlotte
Amalie.


.


1942]









BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


SUMMARY OF BRUCELLOSIS (BANG'S DISEASE) WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, FEBRUARY 1942'


State or Territory


Alabama -........
Arizona ...........
Arkansas..........
Colorado-----...--
Connecticut .......
Delaware .........
Dist. of Columbia..
Florida..........
Georgia- ---.......
Idaho..............
Illinois .............
Indiana..........
Iowa------........
Kansas ---........
Kentucky ----.--.-
Louisiana........
Maine.............
Maryland .......
Massachusetts ....
Michigan--.......-
Minnesola........
Mississippi. -------
Missouri-------
Montana_....-....
Nebraska --........
Nevada............
New Hampshire_-
New Jersey........
New Mexico--.....
New York ......
North Carolina ....
North Dakota--...
Ohio----...........
Oklahoma---......-
Oregon-...........
Pennsylvania......
Rhode Island......
South Carolina....
South Dakota.....
Tennessee........-
Texas-..............
Utah..............
Vermont...........
Virginia......-...
W ashington ......
West Virginia.....--
Wisconsin.........
Wyoming..........


Tests of
blood sam-
ples during
month


3,332
81
2,985
80
118
172
0
1.104
1.997
1,215
212
241
1. 188
347
192
119
589
868
27
1, 383
4,519
883
741
287
420
19
1,237
409
217
619
3.917
1,326
1,852
482
1,449
3. 382
27
619
59
416
225
432
491
1,333
1, 909
1.359
2, 064
54


23,214
875
16.769
1,581
3,399
2,178
0
21,334
12,436
9,803
4,458
2,744
21,068
5,939
4,57.5
2, 607
8, 105
1I, 186
494
14,489
64,242
7,491
10,095
4,381
5, 629
559
12,231
9,792
3,049
19, 883
17.300
24,891
20,199
11,094
20,778
47,050
484
4,108
1,963
8,946
6,305
3,915
7,877
15.541
24.168
10,154
49.854
1,987


.Total ....... 47,027 581,220


Tests of herds contain-
ing reactors

Reactors


0o
j5 C
'a..


03


5,826
227
2,787
698
799
469
0
6,882
3.081
2, 243
1,835
129
9. S73
1,589
1. 589
1,129
3, 132
2, 618
9
2,922
7,469
1, 6S4
3,0S0i
1,339
827
129
2,649
3, 565
688
12. 694
2.215
3.417
3,517
4, 906
6.614
9,897
0
76.5
868
4, 526
2,147
1,035
4.846
3.983
8, 663
786
21,534
1.517


310
11
180
17l
I-



66
47
0
143
170
30-14
173
28
1,417
191
943
76
207
209
173
288
1,099
87
397
119
105
5
246
125
56
189
100
3f60
492
474
454
973
1
25
31
96
48
155
0
249
726
104
2,362
46


10
I-
103
11
74
13
24
32
0
73
82
177
65
11
449
83
46
20
147
120
1
177
332
39
167
48
50
3
131
73
18
345
64
137
188
154
131
415
0
15
24
95
28
70
193
103
264
54
750
16

5,615


02
u a

as
Im





0
4
0
72
0
5
0
12
0
104
57
0
0
0
36
0
0
19
0
104
0
0
0
26
0
0
0
34
0
1,746
0
0
0
4
246
0
0
1
91
64
7
0
802
0
162
16
0
78


163 193 13,056 3,689 11,464


Total accred-
ited


08
a


*o
*a












60

678
is





41
32.!
C
0









1, 07f
127
0








320
60





617
IS










412
0
132

0
320
0
20



817




670
0

681
98
67

83
44
1,151
170
128
117
702
0
0
5S
282
192
114
387
78(
0
1,251
0
130
443


a












123, 058
4,088
202,646
2, 479
556
6,341
0
24, 032
124.721
42. 747
13,473
4.719
27. 335
4,268
39,125
62, 944
9, 523
23, 498
141










26, 875
89, 404
7,523
123,058
4, 88
202, 646









2,479
554
6,341
0








1,032
12. 831
42, 747
13,473
















243. 977
47,624
56, 670
45. 866
04.719
27.335










39, 125









0
34, 789
1,963
48, 123
2. 444
31.912
2, 140
9,5843
268.875
66,404
7,523










81.022
2,688

8,445055
1,115
9.831
3.476
243.977
47,624
56, 670
45.866
102, 172
73,114
0
34,789
1,963
48,123
2.444
31. 912
2, 140
189.843
68.883
66,459
81.027
3,028

2,057,055


0
.I


a



*1
o







41,238
2,000
0
2.683
0
321
0
0
204,529
0
0
818
7,345
2,107
0
34,613
0
1, 924
0
4,782
16, 140
0
0
0
1, 607
48
231
0
2,000
0
20.000
229. 295
44. 500
4,886
0

3.000
8,500
3,400
0
0
5,365
87,389
0
0
6,260
0

911,635


0
0 $


23 645
0 12
54 0
0 23
0 332
1 356
0 0
1 275
50 21
6 2,751
0 514
0 5,514
0 2,894
0 297
0 71
17 0
0 188
2 3,479
0 21
21 2,579
13 31
2 448
0 57
0 24
0 873
0 42
0 4,039
0 288
0 7
0 1,288
69 111
18 42
3 2,766
0 1,274
16 0
17 6,329
0 0
5 78
0 166
6 378
0 1,090
2 0
0 254
74 249
16 0
24 268
633,412
0 4

446 72,990


122,748
802
0
926
10,028
7,457
0
18,420
1,830
33, 960
12,021
99,613
52.092
9, 268
2.029
0
3, 896
58,478
574
40,535
1,135
*9,376
2,833
1,361
6,365
1.665
38, 557
8,324
437
37,825
25,3!5
1,294
51,447
29,039
0
129,119
0
5,062
3.621
13.476
16,722
0
8.608
13,300
0
8.909
648. 768
245

1.537, 480


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


[March








1942]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS PREPARED UNDER LICENSES,
FEBRUARY 1942

Anli-hog-cholera serum

Period Preserved Completed Released Destroyed

Cc. Cc. Cc. Cc.
February 1912..................................... 110.879,026 101,023,458 78,487,910 527,266
February 1941 -......... ......................... 82,287,693 71,174,164 56,177,945 345,305
8 months ended-
February 1942................................ 875,282,849 866,840,846 856,379,560 4,344,852
February 1941................................ 697,300,642 705,660,201 700,903,340 2,822,159


Hog-cholera virus

Produced Destroyed
Period
Simulta- Hyperim- Inocu- Simulta- Hyperim-
neous munizing lating neous munizing

Cc. Cc. Cc. Cc. Cc.
February 1942----....-----------------. 4,637,218 22,477,101 65,663 391,266 973,595
February 1941.-----........-- ..--- ..- 3,823,281 18,912,017 78,664 188,512 743, 173
8 months ended-
February 1942 ...---..---------- .53, 766,315 176,072,971 672,340 3,012,438 7,650,542
February 1941----------------- -- 40,012,088 135, 740, 712 488,194 2,182,076 4,602,085


INSPECTIONS AND TESTS IN THE PRODUCTION OF ANTI-HOG-
CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS UNDER LICENSES,
FEBRUARY 1942

Animal Animal Pigs Tests supervised
Period inspec- rejec- inocu- hHogs
tions tions lated yper Serum Virus

February 1942 ----------------------- 309,498 4,143 25,038 17,713 483 180
February 1941 .------. -------------- 244,849 2, 771 21,962 14, 831 272 156
8 months ended-
February 1942.------.....--------.. 2,522,931 32,811 223,422 136, 838 3, 936 1,801
February 1941 --- _---..------.- 1,946,674 18,346 163, 200 106,703 2,756 1,361


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, FEBRUARY 1942

License No. 5 issued February 4, 1942, to Parke, Davis & Co., P. 0. box 118,
R. P. Annex, Detroit, Mich., for tetanus toxoid.
License No. 99-B issued February 17, 1942, to The Corn States Serum Co.,
1124 Harney Street, Omaha, Nebr., for anti-canine-distemper serum and canine-
distemper virus.
License No. 148 issued February 2, 1942, to W. F. Straub & Co., 5520 North-
west Highway, Chicago, Ill., for clostridium chauvei-septicus bacterin.
License No. 163-A issued February 21, 1942, to Fidelity Laboratories, Inc.,
1838 Southwest Thirteenth Street, Oklahoma City, Okla., for blackleg bacterin.
License No. 167 issued February 27, 1942, to United States Standard Products
Co., Woodworth, Wis., for tetanus toxoid.
License No. 191 issued February 25, 1942, to Ashe Lockhart, Inc., 800-804
Woodswether Road, Kansas City, ]Io., for clostridium chauvei-septicus bacterin
and pasteurella-pseudodiphthericum bacterin.







BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, OTHER THAN ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM
AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS, PRODUCED BY LICENSED ESTAB-
LISHMENTS DURING CALENDAR YEAR 1941
ANTITOXINS


Antivenin------------------------------------------
Botulinus antitoxin------------------------_-_- _-......
Tetanus antitoxin_


SERUM IS
Antianthrax serum_-----_ ----------_ ---------.
Antibacterial serum (bovine)---------------
Antibacterial serum (canine) -------------------------------
Antibacterial serum (equine) -------------------------.. -----
Antibacterial serum (feline)----_--------------- ----___ -
Antibacterial serum (porcine) --__ -----------------------
Antiblackleg serumr ------------
Anti-bronchisepticus-bacillus serumnl -------------_.-----
Anti-bronchisepticus-coli-pasteurella serum --------------------
Anti-canine-distemper serumi _-------------
Anti-coli-enteritidis-pasteurella serum --------------- ----
Anti-colon-bacillus serum_--_ ---------------_
Antiencephalomyelit is serum:
Eastern -_----- ____ ____-__ ---
Western__ __
Eastern and western__-
Anti-feline-distemper serum_ ----------------
Anti-hemorrhagic-septicemia serum --_____-___- ____
Antistreptococcus serum ---- _--------___---
Anti-swine-erysipelas serum_-- ---------------
Gonadin serum_________________ ______
Normal serum:
Bovine origin_______-__- _________
Canine origin -____-- ___-_______--
Equine origin


Cubic
cenlimeters
57, 500
686,050
1,517,946

2,261,496
Cubic centi-
meters
5, 348, 250
1,420, 150
2, 059, 500
1,410,970
292,210
288, 250
117,000
25, 860
134, 300
8, 683, 308
186,700
202, 460

123,800
3,149, 350
192,450
32,385
10, 670, 120
200, 920
23, 006, 660
385, 480

311,700
325, 150
2,473, 180


Total-------------------------------------------- 61,040,153


AGGRESSI NS
Blackleg cultural aggressin-___--- -___- ___
Blackleg natural aggression __ ____ -_
H emorrhagic-septicem ia aggressin----________


Total......... ........----- ------


DIAGNOSTICS
Avian tuberculin _--_____________-- ----------..
Mallein:
Intradermic_--- --------_ -----
Ophthalmic .---__- _-------...---- ...__ -
Tuberculin:
Intradermic ------------------------------
Ophthalmic _---___ --- ----_ -
Subcutaneous -------------------------

Total_-------------------- ----


Disks
53,470
#


Cubic centi-
meters
8, 596,725
10,361,200
4, 867, 850


53, 470 23,825,775


Cubic renti.
Disks meters
----. 4,535


12,370


20, 885


33,255


325
2,536

220, 963
679
51,540

280, 578


TOXOIDS Cu ensi-
Staphylococcus aureus toxoid ... ... ..----------------. 13, 00
Tetanus toxoid------------------------------------------ 1, 562, 010

Total.......... -- ----------------- .-------------.. 1, 575, 910


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


VACCINES AND VIRUSES


Anthrax spore vaccine ------------
Blackleg cultural vaccine--------
Blackleg tissue vaccine---------
Brucella abortus vaccine-------
Canine-distemper vaccine----- -----
Canine-di4stemper virus --------
Encephalonyelitis vaccine:
Eastern ____-_-------
Western ---------------
Eastern and western ------_
Feline-distemper vaccine -------
Fo wi-laryngotracheitis vaccine:
Chick-embryo origin________
Chicken origin___________
Fowl-pox vaccine:
Chick-embryo origin_-------
Chicken origin__________
Pigeon-pox vaccine:
Chick-embryo origin ___- _-
Pigeon origin----- __----
Ovine-ecthyma vaccine -----------
Rabies vaccine -___ ---------
Swine-erysipelas vaccine (export only) ---
Wart vaccine------------------------
Total__- ----------


Cubic centi-
Milligrams Disks meters
42,660 5,239,955
66,676
600,490-------
--10,067,155
1,405,116
484, 860 --------- 44, 144


225,648
155, 709
270, 847
31,024


4,419,-150 --------- ----------
875,630 ------___ _-_-------
3,608,540 ----____---------
6,352,890 -___--- ---------


993, 440
755,800
1,757, 340


5,297,910
16, 020
204. 575


19,247, 650 643, 150 30,024,779


BACTERINS
Cubic centi-
meters
Anthrax bacterin------------------------------------------ 1,774, 470
Autogenous bacterin ----- --------------------------------- 561,232
Avisepticus-gallinarum bacterin---_-- ------- -- -_-- 10, 717, 300
Blackleg bacterin---------_---------------- ---------- 69, 697, 613
Bronchisepticus bacillus bacteria ------------------------------8, 050
Bronchisepticus-coli-pasteurella bacterin_____-- _-__- 128, 344
Bronchisepticusc-staphylococcus-streptococcus bacterin ----------- 26, 346
Bronchisepticus-streptococcus bacterin ---------------------- 34, 664
Clostridium chauvei-septicus bacterin ------------------------ 2,817, 780
Clostridium chauvei-welchii bacterin (export only) _____---- --- 886, 993
Clostridium hemolyticum bacterin------___-- -------------- 3,043,400
Clostridium novyi bacterin_----_ -----________----------- 394, 500
Coli-enteritidis bacterin___-___ ----------------311,950
Coli-enteritidis-pasteurella bacterin ---------------------------- 163, 425
C. pyogenes-staph-strep bacterin --------------------------- 58, 500
Coli-staph-strep bacterin _____----------------------------------- 177,700
Colon-bacillus bacterin-__---____ --- ------------------------ 133, 550
Felisepticus bacillus bacterin --------------------------------- 4, 145
Gallinarum-typhimurium bacteria ---------------------------- 1,023,775
Hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin______ -- ------49, 320, 085
Pasteurella avicida bacterin--___--__------- --__ --__--- ------ 1, 142, 305
Pasteurella-pseudodiphthericum bacteria ----------__ _------ 11,216, 345
Salmonella abortivoequina bacterin ---------_ ----------------- 46, 900
Salmonella cholerasuis bacterin-- -__----------_--------- ----- 444, 910
Staphylococcus bacterin-______ ----- ------------------------ 35, 429
Staphylococcus-streptococcus bacteria --------- ------------ 1, 206, 051
Streptococcus bacterin__ -------------------------- ------ 426, 530
Total ------------ ---------------------------155,802,342


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MIXED BACTERINS
Cubic centimeter:
Mixed bacterin (avian)----_-- ---------------..-........_ .... 17, 508, 009
Mixed bacterin (bovine) _------------------_----------- 52, 760, 807
Mixed bacterin (canine)-------------------------------- --. 363, 085
Mixed bacterin (equine) ---------------------------- 4, 571, 523
Mixed bacterin (feline)--------------------------------------- 66,711
Mixed bacterin (lepine) --- --_--_----- ------------------ 50
Mixed bacterin ovinee) .----------------- -------------------.. 10, 151,510
Mixed bacterin (porcine) ---------_-------------------------_ 24, 163; 760
Total----------- ------------- ---------------- 109, 585, 455
Grand total:
Cubic centimeters ----------------------------------- 384, 396, 488
Disks, ----------- -------------------------------. 729, 875
Milligrams ..------------------------------------19, 247, 650
RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula-
tory laws, as reported to the Bureau, as follows:
Twenty-eight Hour Law
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties.
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Missouri'Pacific Railroad Co. (3 cases), $400 penalties.
New York Central Railroad Co (2 cases), $200 penalties.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (9 cases), $900 penalties.
St.. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Southern Pacific Co., $200 penalty.
Union Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Animal Quarantine Law
Roy E. McCue, interstate shipment of swine affected with hog cholera (Iowa
to Nebraska), $200 fine.
Meat-Inspection Act
For offering uninspected meat for interstate shipment:
A & B Beef Co., New York, N. Y., $200 fine. (M. I. case No. 1901.)
Pioneer Beef, Inc., Boston, Mass., $25 fine. (M. I. case No. 1881.)

CRESYLIC DISINFECTANTS PERMITTED FOR USE IN OFFICIAL
DISINFECTION

(List revised to Mfar. 6, 1942)
The Bureau has granted permission for the use of the following cresylic disin-
fectants in official disinfection:
ACCO Cresylic Solution, Amalgamated Chemical Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa.
Acresel, The Selig Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Adco Cresolis, Aierican Disinfecting Co., Inc., Sedalia, Mo.
Anchor Brand Saponified Cresol Solution, Mountain States Chemical Co.,
Denver, Colo.
Baird's Solution Cresol Compound, U. S. P. X[, Baird & McGuire, Inc.,
Holbrook, Mass.
Barker's Saponified Cresylic Acid Solution, Barker, Moore & Mcin Co., Phila-
delphia, Pa.
Bulltex Farm Disinfectant., John J. Gobell Co., New Bedford, Mass.
Binco Crestall Compound, E. H. Bindlcy & Co., Tcrre Haute, Ind.
Booth's CreFylic Compound, J. M. Booth & Co., El Paso, Tex.
Bourbon Cresylic Disinfectant, Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky.
Brunswig Drug Company's Solution Cresol Compound, U. 8. P., Brunswig
Drug Co., Los Angeles, Calif.







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Buckeye-Cres, The Davies-Young Soap Co., Dayton, Ohio.
Cabell's Hatchers Disinfectant, The Cabell Chemical Co., Huntington, W. Va.
Carbola Liquid Disinfectant, Carbola Chemical Co., Inc., Natural Bridge, N. Y.
Cardis, The P. M. Frank Disinfecting Co., New York, N. Y.
Cenol Cresylic Disinfectant, Cenol Co., Inc., Chicago, Ill.
Certified Brand Liquor Cresolis Saponatus, U. S. P., Norden Laboratories,
Lincoln, Nebr.
Chemo Cattle Disinfectant, Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Clarisol, International Chemical Co., Chicago, Ill.
Clearsol-Cres, Fuld Bros., Baltimore, Md.
Columbia Cresul Fluid, F. C. Sturtevant Co., Hartford, Conn.
Comet Microsol, M. Vonsen Co., Inc., Petaluma, Calif.
Composol, Purity Chemical Products Co., Santa Rosa, Calif.
Consolidated Cresolis, Consolidated Laboratories, St. Louis, Mo.
Cooper's Saponified Cresylic Solution, William Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill.
Corn States 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, The Corn States Serum Co., Omaha,
Nebr.
Creal-O 50% Cresol Solution, Louisville Chemical Co., Louisville, Ky.
Crecosol Compound, Missouri Valley Serum Co., Kansas City, Kans.
Creco Special, Creco Co., Inc., Long Island City, N. Y.
Cre-Nox, Consumers Glue Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Creo-Cresolis, L. A. Mosher, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
Cre-O-Cris, Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Cre-O-Haag Solution, The Haag Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, Ill.
Creo-Lic Disinfectant, Hockwald Chemical Co., San Francisco, Calif.
Crescent 50% Cresylic Compound, Crescent Oil Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Cre-Septic, Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., Inc., Chicago, Ill.
Cresnol Cresol Compound, Fort Pitt Chemical Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Cresoapol, American Veterinary Laboratories, Kansas City, Mo.
Cresol Compound-Clifton, Clifton Chemical Co., New York, N. Y.
Cresolave, The Chemical Supply Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Cresolutol, Michel & Pelton Co., (Emeryville) Oakland, Calif.
Creso-Penn, Rockland Chemical Co., Inc., Newark, N. J.
Crestall Fluid, Baird & McGuire, Inc., St. Louis, Mo., and Holbrook, Mass.
Cres-Tone, W. D. Carpenter Co., Inc., Syracuse, N. Y.
Cresyline Cresylic Compound, Hunt Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Cresylol, Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr.
Cresynol, Wollen Chemical & Supply Co., Paterson, N. J.
Creusan Saponified Cresylic Disinfectant, U. S. Sanitary Specialties Corpora-
tion, Chicago, Ill.
Crysil-O'Lite-50% Cresylic Disinfectant, Green Mask Laboratories, Sioux
City, Iowa.
Crystal Cresylic Disinfectant, Crystal Soap & Chemical Co., Inc., Philadelphia,
Pa.
Curts-Folse Cresylic Compound Solution, Curts-Folse Laboratories, Kansas
City, Kans.
Diamond H Cresyl Fluid, James Huggins & Son," Malden, Mass.
Dioxy Cresol Compound, Preston T. Rhodes, Philadelphia, Pa.
Disinfecto, General Poultry Laboratories, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.
Dixsoline, Dixie Chemical Co., Inc., New Orleans, La.
Dolge Cresylic Disinfectant, The C. B. Dolge Co., Westport, Conn.
Dr. Hess Saponified Cresol Solution, Dr. Hess & Clark, Inc., Ashland, Ohio.
Dr. LeGear's Cresylic Disinfectant, Dr. L. D. LeGear Medicine Co., St. Louis,
Mo.
Dr. Saunders' 50% Cresol Solution, Stockton Veterinary Supply Co., Stockton,
Calif.
Dr. Sylvester's Cresylic Compound, A. Aarons Co., Inc., New Orleans, La.
Eastern States Cresylic Disinfectant, Eastern States Farmers' Exchange,
Springfield, Mass.
Economy Disinfectant, Economy Hog & Cattle Powder Co., Shenandoah,
Iowa.
Elkay's Cresylic Agricultural Disinfectant, United Drug Co., Boston, Mass.
Farmasol, Lehn & Fink Products Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J.
Fecticide, Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, Mich.
Fort Dodge Saponified Cresylic Solution, Fort Dodge Laboratories, Inc., Fort
Dodge, Iowa.


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Franklin Crestall Fluid, O. M. Franklin Serum Co., Denver, Colo.
Fulcres Compound, Fuld Bros., Baltimore, Md.
Germalene Cresol Compound, Germalene Chemical Co., Houston, Tex.
Germ-I-Sol, Dr. David Roberts Veterinary Co., Inc., Waukesha, Wis.
Germo-Cresolis, Germo Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gland-O-Lac Special Disinfectant, The Gland-O-Lac Co., Omaha, Nebr.
Globe 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, Globe Laboratories, Fort Worth, Tex.
Glover's Disinfectant, H. Clay Glover Co., Inc., New York, N. Y.
Harco Saponated Cresylic Disinfectant, Harley Soap Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Hexsolis, The White Tar Co. of New Jersey, Inc., Kearny, N. J.
Hy-Kresol, H. V. Smith Co., St. Paul, Minn.
Incresilite, Industrial Chemical Laboratories, Omaha, Nebr.
Jen-Sal Cresylic Disinfectant, Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories, Inc., Kansas City,
Mo.
Jordan's Saponified Cresylic Solution, W. H. & F. Jordan, Jr., Mfg. Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
KaDeCo Cresylic Acid Solution 50%,, Kiefer-Stewart Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Karspray, West Disinfecting Co., Long Island City, N. Y.
Kem-Pro Cresol Fluid, Chemical Products, Inc., Shelton, Conn.
Keystone Brand Cresylic Disinfectant, James Good. Inc., Philadelphia, Pa.
Keystone Brand Saponated Solution of Cresol, U. S. P. XI, James Good, Inc.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Kingol Spray, King Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Kleenwell Saponified Cresylic Acid Solution, Chicago Sanitary Products Co.,
Chicago. Ill.
Koppers Disinfectaint No. 5 Water-Soluble, Koppers, Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Kre-Lik, J. F. DeVine Laboratories, Inc., Goshen. N. Y.
Kremulso, Technical Cresylic Acid Disinfectant, Thompson-Hayward Chemical
Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Kre-Sol, Connecticut Chemical & Disinfectant Co., Inc., New Haven, Conn.
Kresolig, Z. D. Gilman. Inc., Washington, D. C.
Kresylinol, The Shores Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Lacco Cresol Compound, Los Angeles Chemical Co., Los Angeles, Calif.
Lee's 50% Cresol Solution, Geo. H. Lee Co., Omaha, Nebr.
Lilly's Cresol Compound (Saponated Solution of Cresol, U. S. P.), Eli Lilly
& Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Manufacturers Germicide, Standard Oil Co. of California, San Francisco,
Calif.
Marcreso, Marrinan Supply Co., Inc., St. Paul, Minn.
Martin-Senour 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, The Martin-Senour Co., Chicago,
Ill.
Massachusetts Farm Bureau Stable Disinfectant, Massachusetts Farm Bureau
Federation, Inc., Waltham, Mass.
McClellan's R-X-Sol, C. U. McClellan Laboratories Corporation, Los
Angeles, Calif.
Midland Cresylic Disinfectant, Midland Chemical Laboratories; Inc., Dubuque,
Iowa.
Midland Crcsylic Disinfectant No. 2, Midland Chemical Laboratories, Inc.,
Dubuque, Iowa.
Miller's 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, Miller Chemical Co., Inc., Omaha, Nebr.
Myco Disinfecto, Masury-Young Co., Boston, Mass.
Northern Drug Company Sanisol, Northern Drug Co., Duluth, Minn.
NSCO Cresol Compound, National Supply Co., Birmingham, Ala.
Pennsylvania Railroad Saponified Cresol Solution, Pennsylvania Railroad Co.,
Altoona, Pa.
Phin-O-Tas Cresylic Compound, Phinotas Chemical Co., Inc., New York,
N.Y.
Poltrifect, Poultry Producers of Central California, San Francisco, Calif.
Pratt's Cresvlic Disinfectant, Pratt Food Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Purina Cre-So-Fec, Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Purisol, The Puritan Manufacturing Co., Waterbury, Conn.
Puritan Cresylic Disinfectant, Puritan Chemical Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Puritan #540 Cresvlic Compound, Puritan Chemical Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Rawleigh's Kreo, The W. T. Rawleigh Co., Freeport., Ill.
Reilly Cresolis Compound, Republic Creosoting Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Rogers 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, Detroit White Lead Works, Detroit, Mich.
Sanicres Cresylic Compound, Burkart-Schier Chemical Co., Chattanooga,
Tenn.


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Sanisol, McLaughlin Gormley King Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
San-I-Sol, E. NM. Peet Manufacturing Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Sapo Cresol Special, Louis C. Traband & Co., East St. Louis, Ill.
Sherwin-Williams 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, The Sherwin-Williams Co.,
Chicago, Ill.
Sherwin-Williams Liquor Cresolis Saponatus, U. S. P., Sherwin-Williams Co.,
Chicago, Ill.
Socony So-Cre-Sil Disinfectant, Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc., New York,
N. Y.
Solukress. Kremers-Urban Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
Solution Cresol Compound Merck U. S. P., Merck i& Co., Inc., Rahway, N. J.
Stanco Solution of Cresol Compound, Standard Drug Co., Meridian, Miss.
Standard 50% Cresolution, Standard Chemical Manufacturing Co., Omaha,
Nebr.
Standard Super-Germite, Standard Oil Co. of California, San Francisco, Calif.
Stock Disinfectant, Fidelity Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, Ill.
Supersan Cresylic Compound, Chemical Compounding'Corporation, Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Tekresol, Whitmoyer Laboratories, Inc., Myerstown, Pa.
The California Company Super-Germite, The California Co., San Francisco,
Calif.
Tri-Krecide, Pitman-Moore Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
U-C Cresolis, United Chemical Co., Inc., Kansas City, Mo.
UD Solution Cresol Compound (Liquor Cresolis Saponatus U. S. P. XI),
United Drug Co., Boston, Mass.
Universal Cresolum, Universal Laboratories, St. Louis, Mo.
Usol Cresylic Compound, Standard Tar Products Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
Val-A Saponified Cresol Solution, Val-A Co., Chicago, Ill.
Vestal Disinfecting Fluid, Vestal Chemical Laboratories, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
Ward's Sa-Po-Cres, Dr. Ward's Medical Co., Winona, Minn.
Whitmer's 50% Cresol Solution, The H. C. Whitmer Co., Inc., Columbus, Ind.
Worrell's Crespolin, The Worrell Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
York's 50% Cresylic Solution, The G. W. York Co., Madrid, Iowa.

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU

The Bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to
officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So
far as possible, additional copies will be furnished on request.
Circular 614. Internal Parasites of Cattle. By Gerard Dikmans, Zoological
Division. Pp. 40, figs. 12.
Farmers' Bulletin 1355 (slightly revised). Blackleg: Its Nature, Cause, and
Prevention. By John R. Mohler, Chief of Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 12,
figs. 3.
Journal of Agricultural Research Separate A-208. Viability of Eggs of the
Swine Thorn-Headed Worm (Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus). By Kenneth
C. Kates, Zoological Division. Pp. 93-100.
The Extension Animal Husbandman, Serial No. 65, March 1942. By C. D.
Lowe and K. F. Warner, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 29, mimeographed.
Conference on National Poultry Improvement Plan, June 17-20, 1941, in
Chicago, Ill. Pp. 175, mimeographed.

AMENDMENTS TO DEPARTMENT REGULATIONS

The following amendments to the regulations of the Department have been issued:
Amendment 139, covering regulations 2913 and 2914.
Amendment 140, covering regulation 3113.
Amendment 141, covering regulation 3111.
Amendment 142, covering regulation 3142.
Amendment 143, covering regulation 3181.


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ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER.
Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER.
Assistant Chief: HARRY W. SCHOENING.
Assistant Chief: PAUL E. HOWE.
Business Manager: J. R. COHRAN.
Assistant Business Manager: N. A. OLMSTEAD.
Assistant to Chief: D. S. BURCH.
Animal Husbandry Division: HUGH C. McPHEE, Chief.
Animal Nutrition Division: PAUL E. HOWE, Chief.
Division of Tick Eradication and Special Diseases: W. M. MACKELLAR, Chief.
Division of V'irus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, Chief.
Field Inspection Division: S. O. FLADNESS, Chief.
Interstate Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER, Chief.
Meat Inspection Division: EDWARD C. Joss, Chief.
Pathological Division: HARRY W. SCHOENING, Chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, Chief.
Zoological Division: BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ, Chief.
Animal Disease Station: ADOLPH EICHHORN, Director.


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S. R. A.-B. A. 1. 419 Issued April 1942.UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURESERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYMARCH 1942[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc., con-cerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the serviceof the Bureau, establishments at which official inspection work is conducted, public officers whose dutiesmake it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Others desiringcopies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year (foreign, 60 cents). A supply will be sent to each official in chargeof a station or branch of the Bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force.A file should be kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTSPageChanges in directory ----------------------------------------------------------------17Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, February 1942 ------------------------------18Summary of meat and meat food products prepared and processed under Federal meat inspection,February 1942-------------------------------------------------------------------18Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, FebMary 1942--------------19Summary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) work in cooperation with States, Febuary 1942-----------20Biological products prepared under licenses, February 1942 ---------------------------------21Inspections and tests in the production of anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus underlicenses, February 1942--.---------------------------------------21Licenses issued for biological products, February 1942 ------------------21Biological products, other than anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera vtrus, prodiwed by licensedestablishments during calendar year 1941 ----------------------------------------------22Results of prosecutions for violations of laws ---------------------------------------------24Cresylic disinfectants permitted for use in official disinfection ---------------------------------24New publications of the Bureau--------.-----------------------------------27Amendments to Department regulations --------------------------------------27Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry----------------------------------------28CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Granted250-B. Hygrade Food Products Corporation, West Sixty-fifth Street and StorerAvenue, Cleveland, Ohio, and Dold Packing Corporation, A. Fink & Sons,Inc., Parker-Webb, Inc., Sullivan Packing Corporation, F. Schenk &Sons Co., Dunlevy-Franklin Corporation, and Southern Food Corpora-tion.t*513. Capitol Packing Co., 5000 Clarkson Street, Denver, Colo.Meat Inspection Withdrawn333. Banfield Bros. Packing Co., Inc., Miami, Okla.Meat Inspection Extended893. Albany Packing Co., Inc., Albany, N. Y., to include The Henry Muhs Co.Change of Name of Official Establishment37. Cleveland Provision Co., 3112 West Sixty-third Street, Cleveland, Ohio'and The Lake Erie Provision Co., instead of The Lake Erie ProvisionCo.115. F. Manaster Packing Co., 851 Fulton Street, Chicago, Ill., instead ofZiegler Provision Co.Change of Mail Address of Official in ChargeDr. C. A. Klein, care Albany Serum Co., Third and Front Streets, Albany, Ga.,instead of P. 0. box 326.John 0. Williams, U. S. Morgan Horse Farm, R. F. D. 3, Middlebury, Vt.,instead of P. 0. box 408.Station DiscontinuedMiami, Okla., meat inspection (remove Dr. Surring).I No sealed cars.Conducts slaughtering.453623-42 1.7

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18 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [MarchNoteOn page 33 of the Directory, under establishment 6-B, Swift & Co., Chicago,Ill., add St. Louis Independent Packing Co. as a subsidiary.ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,FEBRUARY 19421Station Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats SwinelambsChicago2..--_ -._. 121,432 20,268 204,297 ---350,322Denver-. -------------------------------11,267 1,327 23,810 ----37,174Kansas City ----------------------------70,669 11,741 89,984 ------------132, 27SNew York 3 ----------------------------37,289 46,335 227,996 ------------157,371Omaha.--------------------------------71,942 2,931 107,756 ------------168,762St. Louis 4. 50,082 23, 449 34,427---------216, 076Sioux City -----------------------------36,812 458 57,560 ------------118.825South St. Paul ------------------------69,346 45,664 69, 337 ----------231, 937All other stations -----------------------422,174 239,920 591,490 147 2,479, 332Total:February 1942 ------------------891, 013 392, 093 1,406,657 147 3,892,077February 1941 ------------------717, 434 383,544 1,390,720 313 3,725,2558 months ended-February 1942 ----------7,952,167 3,606,445 12,352,424 8,849 32,929, 475February 1911 -------------6, 793, 713 3,501, 566 12,037, 755 4, 305 33, 639,656I Horses slaughtered:February 1942 ----------------------------------------------------------------------2, 261February 1941 ----------------------------------------------------------------------1,3378 months ended-February 1942 -----------------------------------------------------------------23, 235February 1941 . ...------------------------------------------------------------------10, 102 Includes Elburn, Ill.3 Includes Jersey City and Newark, N. J.4 Includes National Stock Yards and East St. Louis, Ill.5 Includes Newport and St. Paul, Minn.SUMMARY OF MEAT AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS PREPARED ANDPROCESSED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, FEBRUARY 1942Product Quantity Product QuantityMeat placed in cure: Pomnds Canned meat and meat food prodPoundsBeef-------------------------11,229,136 ucts-Continued.Pork.---------------------------210,508,686 Soup -------------------------27,705,579Smoked and/or dried: All other.----------------------38, 370, 125Beef---------------------------5,647,426 Bacon, sliced.-----------------------24,722,918Pork---------------------------120,033,796 Lard:Sausage: Rendered----------------------114,997,076Fresh, finished-----------------13,894,491 Refined ------------------------110, 32, 561Smoked and/or cooked -----. 46,167, 572 Canned ---------------------,379To be dried or semidried -------8,727,704 Rendered pork fat: Loaf, headcheese, chili con care, Rendered -----------------------13168. 072jellied products, etc.-------------11,550,971 Refined -----------------------. .12608Cooked meatCanned ---------------------1 .9717Beef --------------------------610,073 Oleo stock .----------------------13, W7.Pork ------------16, 668, 689 Edible tallow ---. ------------5 9 17, 0:1Canned meat and meat food prodIompound contain animal fat -1 11,93)u ct: 0(Iomargarine e'Cntain in g animal f t 167, lBeef-----------------------13,7-474,589 Miscellaneous --------------------2 6, 173Pork ----------------------------73, 955,240 -Sausage ------------------------19, 073,899 Total ------------------------931613, 429I This figure represents "inspection pounds" as some of the products may have been inspelotv and recorded more than Once due to having been subjected to more than one distinct rocemne Ireatmieiti,such as curing first and then canning.

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1942] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 19SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION WITH STATES, FEBRUARY 1942Tuberculintests during Total to date 1monthState or TerriInspector in State officialtory CatOnceAcHerds chargeCattle tle tested credundertested refree ited super-acted herds herds visionAlabama -----.1,122 0 270,875 623 271,445 R. E. Jackson--. R. S. Sugg, Auburn.Arizona --------2,927 14 12,236 8 12,593 F. L. Schneider___ T. B. Jones, Phoenix.Arkansas -------2,337 2 228,256 1 228,257 A. W. Rice ------Joe S. Campbell, LittleRock.California----125,071 293 74, 520 18 74, 669 H. M. O'Rear-C. U. Duckworth, Sacra-mento.Colorado -------3,589 9 60,611 31 60,846 Edgar HeinyR. M. Gow, Denver.Connecticut----14,520 43 247 17,371 18,830 R. L. Smith ------Claude Jones, Hartford.Delaware----. 4,669 24 6,267 2,089 8,383 0. L. Lockwood Harry McDaniel, Jr.,Dover.Dist. of Col.---0 0 15 2 17 A. E. Wight ----r.Florida --------3,232 1 40, 712 61 67, 656 T. H. Applewhite J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee.Georgia--------993 0 242,462 45 242,561 W. C. DendingerTom Linder, Atlanta.Idaho---------1,543 0 51,095 43 51,270 Fred F. FischerA. P. Schneider, Boise.Illinois ---------71,754 215 233,246 683 243, 292 A. K. KuttlerC. E. Fidler, Springfield.Indiana-------14,418 18 146,103 1,333 144,750 W. A. Sullivan J. L. Axby, Indianapolis.Iowa ---------125. 482 525 169,000 400 194,440 J. A. Barger ------C. C. Franks, Des Moines.Kansas --------4, 377 30 170, 338 197 171, 032 Ralph Graham -Will J. Miller, Topeka.Kentucky ------3,110 5 163,647 24 163,867 E. E. CoshowL. L. Breeck, Frankfort.Louisiana -------5,608 43 148,757 0 148,804 W. A. McDonaldE. P. Flower. Baton Rouge.Maine ---------1,769 4 43, 231 167 43,817 B. J. Cady -------D. P. Corbett, Augusta.Maryland ------13, 504 30 29, 234 14,791 44, 125 0. L. Lockwood-Mark Welsh, Baltimore.Massachusetts. 23, 113 54 1,061 20,695 21, 787 E. M. Aldrich -_--Jas. DeNoriandie, Boston.Michigan -------40,488 70 206,940 60 207,087 C.H. IHays------C.I. Clark, Lansing.Minnesota ------7,564 15 188,670 780 189,696 W. J. Fretz------Ralph L. West, St. Paul.Mississippi --.2,759 0 260,164 4 260, 180 H. Robbins ------E. S. Brashier, Jackson.Missouri-------3,512 0 237, 707 63 239, 687 E. C. Hughes. -J. W. George, JeffersonCity.Montana ------4,277 1 72,999 23 73,033 G. W. Cronen_ .W. J. Butler, Helena.Nebraska ------1, 044 12 134,887 32 135, 227 J. W. Murdoch --J. R. Snyder, Lincoln.Nevada ---------15 0 3,517 2 3,441 S. H. Still -------W. B. Earl, Reno.New Hampshire17,601 30 654 17,482 18,681 E. M. Aldrich__ R. W. Smith, Concord.New Jersey 24, 574 68 1,902 14, 300 16,343 J. R. Porteus R. A. Hendershott, Tren-ton.New Mexico --135 0 22, 104 17 25, 450 F. L. Schneider --Sam McCue, Albuquerque.New York -47, 027 163 6,440 131, 802 139, 042 H. B. Leonard --E. T. Faulder, Albany.North Carolina_2,633 0 256, 656 507 257, 163 A. A. Husmnan ---William Moore, Raleigh.North Dakota-3,384 16 65,410 40 68,010 F. C. Driver -T. 0. Brandenburg, Bis-marck.Ohio.---------31,603 74 244,500 564 244,860 A. J. DeFosset_ --F. L. Carr, Columbus.Oklahoma------4,840 3 276,267 24 276,310 C. H. Fauks-1). It. Ricks, OklahomaCity. Oregon--------11,627 52 206,318 2,059 208,398 S. B. Foster------W. IT. Lytle, Salem.Pennsylvania--48, 956 151 159, 286 7, 118 166, 404 J. B. Reidy ------C. P. Bishop, Harrisburg.Rhode Island--1,857 10 2,343 1,299 4,124 E. M. Aldrich. .R. G.Bressler, Providence. South Carolina_ 1, 393 0 57, 124 88 57, 215 W. K. LewisW. K. Lewis, Columbia.South Dakota .41, 907 92 73, 279 4 73, 365 Neil Plank -------R. S. Robinson, Pierre.Tennessee---2, 449 0 294,895 24 294,935 H. L. Fry --------C. E. Kord, Nashville.Texas---------13,278 104 252,815 62 292,281 H. L. Darby T. 0. Booth, Fort Worth.Utah ----------1,127 20 87, 101 128 87, 439 IT. H. Cohenour J. I. Curtis, Salt Lake City.Vermont ------25,469 83 5,872 17,760 23,685 N. H. Howlett_ E. H. Jones, Montpelier.Virginia-------6,129 25 198,913 519 199,294 II. S. Miller -------11. C. Givens, Richmond.Washington----4,719 9 76,413 28 76,475 J. C. Exline ------M. 0. Barnes, Olympia.West Virginia -3,953 5 114,282 596 114,889 H. M. Newton T. C. Green, Charleston.Wisconsin---_ 49,912 75 178,743 6,352 185,365 J. S. Healy -------V. S. Larson, Madison.Wyoming------707 5 20,240 3 20,250 F. H. Melvin11. D. Port, Cheyenne.Hawaii.---------0 0 1,800 0 1 800 A. H. Julien -E. H. Willers, Honolulu.Puerto Rico--14,520 54 62,454 0 62, 568 E. E. Maas -------Isidoro A. Colon, SanJuan.Virgin Islands. 318 0 419 0 420 E. E. Maas-R. M. Lovett, CharlotteAmalie.Total-.---842, 915 2,447 5,863,027 260,322 6,235,558I All States are 100 percent modified accredited. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are also in themodified accredited area.

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20 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [MarchSUMMARY OF BRUCELLOSIS (BANG'S DISEASE) WORK IN COOPERA-TION WITH STATES, FEBRUARY 19421Tests of Tests of herds contain-blood saming reactors ' Total accred-pies during itedmonth ReactorsState or Territory 'j C3Arass----,951,69 7 ,8 105 0 6 0 20,64 0Delawae--------12 2,17 32 46 47 5 45 0 5 ,5 ,4 2D t.fComba0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0~~~~~ C, ) .d, dF'rd-----,04 2133 73 8 2 14 1 5 1 25 *842 240320dh-----12 59,3 17 0224 3o 104 ,0 6 ,5 3,6 4,4 0I-Z 2 0 034 0Alabama---------3,332 23,214 103 5,826 310 0 68 23 645 122,748 123,058 41,238Arizona------------81 875 11 227 11 4 60 0 12 802 4,088 2,000Arkansas-----------2,985 16,769 74 2,787 180 0 60 54 0 0 202,646 , 0Colorado---------80 1,581 13 698 17 72 678 0 23 926 2,479 2,683Connecticut-------118 3,399 24 799 66 0 18 0 332 10,028 556 0Delaware----------172 2,178 32 469 47 5 45 1 356 7,457 6,341 321Dist. ofColumbia0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Florida------------1,104 21,334 73 6,882 143 12 325 1 275 18,420 24,032 1Georgia-----------1,997 12,436 82 3,081 170 0 0 50 21 1,830 124, 721 204,529Idaho------------1,215 9,803 177 2,243 304 104 1,076 6 2,751 33,960 42,747 0Illinois--------------212 4, 458 65 1,835 173 57 127 0 514 12,021 13,.473 0Indiana----------241 2,744 11 129 28 0 0 0 ,14 99,613 4,719 818Iowa-------------1,188 21,068 449 9,873 1,417 0 320 0 2,894 52,092 27,335 7,345Kansas --------------347 5,939 83 1,580 191 0 0 0 29)7 9,268 4, 268 2,107Kentucky---------192 4,575 46 1,589 94 36 20 0 71 2,029 39,125 0Louisiana---------119 2,607 20 1,129 76 0 1,087 17 0 0 62,944 34,613Maine------------589 8,105 147 3,132 207 0 171 0 188 3,896 9,523 0Maryland--------,868 11,186 120 2,618 209 19 412 2 3,479 58,478 23,498 1,924Massachusetts----27 494 1 9 1 0 0 0 21 574 141 0Michigan----------1,383 14,489 177 2,922 288 104 152 21 2,579 40,535 26,875 4,782Minnesota--------4,519 64,242 332 7,469 1,099 0 0 13 31 1,135 89,404 16,140Mississippi--------883 7,491 39 1, 4N4 87 0 0 2 448 94376 7,523 0Missouri------------,741 10,095 167 3,05 397 0 0 0 57 2,833 84,022 0Montana---------287 4,381 44 1,339 119 26 684 0 24 1,361 2,688 0Nehraska----------420 5,629 50 827 105 0 98 0 373 6,365 7,794 1,607Nevada-----------,19 559 3 129 5 0 67 0 42 1,665 154 48New Hampshire1,237 12,231 131 2,649 246 0 0 0 4,039 38, 557 S.445 231New Jersey -------409 9,792 73 5765 125 34 83 0 288 8,324 1,115 0New Mexicot-------217 3,049 18 68 56 0 44 0 7 437 9,831 2,000New York--------619 19,83 345 12,64 189 1,746 1,156 0 1,288 37,825 3,476 0North Caroina---3,917 17,300 64 2,215 100 0 6 69 111 2531 5 243,977 20,000North akota----1,326 24,891 137 3,417 360 0 170 18 42 1,294 47,624 229295Ohio-------------1,852 20,199 18 3,517 492 0 128 3 2,766 51.447 56,670 4-.75Oklahonia---------482 11,094 154 4,906 474 4 117 0 1,274 29,039 45, 866 4,886COregon ----------1,449 20,778 131 6,614 454 246 702 16 0 0 12. 172 0Pennsylvania -----3,382 47, 050 415 9, 897 973 0 0 17 6, 329 129,119 73, 114 176, 654Rhode Island ---27 484 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0South Carolina -.619 4,10 15 765 25 1 5 5 78 5, 062 34,789 3.0South Dakota --9-5, 1,963 24 868 1 91 282 0 166 3,621 1,963 8,5 r0Tennessee---------416 8,946 95 4,526 96 64 192 6 378 13. 476 48,123 3,400Texas-----------225 6,305 28 2,147 48 7 114 0 1,090 16,722 2,444 0Utah -------------432 3,915 70 1, 035 155 0 387 2 0 0 31,912 0Vermont ----------491 7,877 193 4,8 46f) 0 802 786 0 254 8, Co8 2,141) 5,365Virginia ----------1,333 15,541 103 3,983 249 0 01 74 249 13,300 189.843 S7,389Washineyton --------1, 9)09 24, 168 264 8, 663 726 162 1,251 16! 0 0 6(, 883 0West Virginia-1,359: 10,154 54 86 104 15 0 24 268 8,909 66, 459 0Wisconsin --------2,06' 4. 49, 854 7501 21, 5341 2,362 0 130 6'33, 412 648,76 112 ,0Wyoming ------------541 1,987 161 1. 5171 46 78 4431 01 4 2451 3,028 0Total -------47, 0271591, 220 5,615 163,1193 13,056 3,689 11,464 446 172, 990:1.537,1480 2,057,055 9)11,635I Officials in charge of brucellosis work are the same as those listed in summary of tuberculosis-eradicat ionwork.2 Nonvaccinated reactors held (luring the month.3 Calves in experimental herds not included.

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19421 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 21BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS PREPARED UNDER LICENSES,FEBRUARY 1942Anti-hog-cholera serumPeriod Preserved Completed Released DestroyedCc. Cc. Cc. Cc.February 1942 .--------------------------------110,879,026 101,023,458 78,487,910 527,266February 1941 .---------------------------------82, 287,693 71, 174, 164 56, 177,945 345,3058 months ended-February 1942.-----------------------------875,282,849 866,840,846 856, 379,560 4,344,852February 1941-----------------------------697,300,642 705,660,201 700,903,340 2,822,159Hog-cholera virusProduced DestroyedPeriodSimultaHyperimInocuSimultaHyperim-neous munizing lating neous munizingCc. Cc. c. c. Cc.February 1942 --------------------------4,637,218 22, 477, 101 65, 663 391. 266 973,595February 1941.--------------------------3,823,281 18,912,017 78,664 188,512 743,1738 months ended-February 1942 ----------------------53,766,315 176,072,971 672,340 3,012, 438 7,650,542February 1941----------------------40, 012,088 135, 740, 712 488, 194 2, 182, 076 4,602,085INSPECTIONS AND TESTS IN THE PRODUCTION OF ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS UNDER LICENSES,FEBRUARY 1942Animal Animal Pigs Tests supervisedPeriod inspecrejecinocuhg _ __-_ _tions tions lated Serum VirusFebruary 1942-------------------------309,498 4,143 25,038 17,713 483 180February 1941-------------------------244,849 2,771 21,962 14,831 272 1568 months ended-February 1942---------------------2,522,931 32,811 223,422 136,838 3,936 1,801February 1941---------------------1, 946, 674 18,346 163,200 106,703 2,756 1,361LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, FEBRUARY 1942License No. 5 issued February 4, 1942, to Parke, Davis & Co., P. 0. box 118,R. P. Annex, Detroit, Mich., for tetanus toxoid.License No. 99-B issued February 17, 1942, to The Corn States Serum Co.,1124 Harney Street, Omaha, Nebr., for anti-canine-distemper serum and canine-distemper virus.License No. 148 issued February 2, 1942, to W. F. Straub & Co., 5520 North-west Highway, Chicago, Ill., for clostridium chauvei-septicus bacterin.License No. 163-A issued February 21, 1942, to Fidelity Laboratories, Inc.,1838 Southwest Thirteenth Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. for blackleg bacterin.License No. 167 issued February 27, 1942, to United States Standard ProductsCo., Woodworth, Wis., for tetanus toxoid.License No. 191 issued February 25, 1942, to Ashe Lockhart, Inc., 800-804Woodswether Road, Kansas City, 1o., for clostridium chau vei-septicus hacterinand pasteurella-pseudodiphthericum bacterin.

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22 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [MarchBIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, OTHER THAN ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUMAND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS, PRODUCED BY LICENSED ESTAB-LISHMENTS DURING CALENDAR YEAR 1941ANTITOXINSCubiccentimetersAntivenin----------------------------------------------------57,500Botulinus antitoxin-----------------------------------------686, 050Tetanus antitoxin--------------------------------------__ _ 1, 517, 946Total-------------------------------------------2, 261, 496SERUMS Cubic centi-meterxAntianthrax serum -------------------------------------------5, 348, 250Antibacterial serum (bovine) ----------------------------------1 420, 150Antibacterial serum (canine) -------------------------------2, 059, 500Antibacterial serum (equine) --------------------------------1, 410, 970Antibacterial serum (feline) -----------------------------------292, 210Antibacterial serum (porcine) ---------------------------------288, 250Antiblackleg serum -----------------------------------------117,000Anti-hronchisepticns-bacillus serum ----------------------------25, 860Anti-bronchisepticus-coli-pasteurella serum -------------134, 300Anti-canine-distemper serum -----------------------------------8, 683, 308Ant i-coli-enterit idis-pasteurella serum --------------------------186, 700Anti-on-baillus serum------------------------------------202, 460Antieneephalomvelitis serum:Eastern ------------------------------------------------123, 800Western ------------------------------------------3, 149, 350Eastern and western -------------------------------------192, 450Anti-feline-distemper serum -----------------------------------32, 385Anti-heinorrhagic-septicemia serum --------------------------10, 670, 120Antistreptococcus serum ---------------------------------------200, 920Anti-swine-erysipelas serum -----------------------------------23, 006, 660Gonadin serum ----------------------------------------------385, 480Normal serum:Bovine origin -------------------------------------------311, 700Canine origin -------------------------------------------325, 150Equine origin -------------------------------------------2, 473, 180Total -------------------------------------------61, 040, 153AGGIRESSINS ubic emdi-Disks mittersPlackleg cultural aggressin ---------------------------53, 470 8, 596, 725Bnaekleg natural aggressin ---------------------------------10, 361, 2C0lemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin ----------------------------4,867, 850Total ---------------------------------------53, 470 23, 825, 775DIAG NOST ICS C?1 , i re nf-Disks metersAvian t uberculin ----------------------------------,535M\alkin:i itradermie -------------------------2-------------325Ophthahic ------------------------------------12 370 2, 536Iubereulin:Intradermic --------------------------------------------220, 963Ophthalmic ------------------------------------20, 885 679Subuentaneous ---------------------------------------------51, 510Total ---2-----------------33,255 280, 578Cubic cmolni-TOXOIDS 8 "rsStaphylocoeeus aureus toxoid ------------------------------------13. 900Tetanus toxoid -,---------------------------------------1 562, 010Total -------------------------------------------------1, 575, 910

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19421 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 23VACCINES AND VIRUSESCubic centi-Milligrams Disks metersAnthrax spore vaccine ------------------------------42, 660 5, 239, 955Blackleg cultural vaccine ----------------------------------66, 676Blackleg tissue vaccine----------------------------600,490Brucella abortus vaccine ------------------------------------10, 067, 155Canine-distemper vaccine ------------------------------------1,405, 116Canine-distemper virus ------------------484, 860 -------44, 144Encephaloinvelitis vaccine:Eastern --------------------------------------------225, 648Western -------------------------------------------6, 155,709Eastern and western -----------------------------------1,270, 847Feline-distemper vaccine -----------------------------------31,024 Fowl-laryngotracheitis vaccine:Chick-embryo origin ----------4, 419, 150Chicken origin -------------------875, 630Fowl-pox vaccine:Chick-embryo origin -------3, 608, 540 -Chicken origin ---------------6, 352, 890Pigeon-pox vaccine:Chick-embryo origin ---------------993, 440Pigeon origin ----------------------755, 800Ovine-ecthyna vaccine ------------1, 757, 340Rabies vaccine -----------------------------------------5, 297, 910Swine-erysipelas vaccine (export only) ------------------------16, 020Wart vaccine ----------------------------------------------204, 575Total ----------------------19 247, 650 643, 150 30, 024, 779BACTERINSCubic centi-metersAnthrax bacterin-------------------------------------------1774,470Autogenous bacterin ------------------------------------------561, 232Avisepticus-gallinarum bacterin -------------------------------10, 717, 300Blackleg bacterin -------------------------------------------69, 697, 613Bronchisepticus bacillus bacterin ------------------------------8,050Bronchisepticus-coli-pasteurella bacterin -128, 344Bronchisepticus-staphvlococcus-streptococcus bacterin ------------26, 346Bronchisepticus-streptococcus bacterin ------------------------34, 664Clostridium chauvei-septicus bacterin -------------------------2, 817, 780Clostridiun chauvei-welchii bacterin (export only) ---------------886, 993Clostridium heniolyticum bacterin -----------------------------3,043,400Clostridium novyi bacterin ----------------------------------394, 500Coli-enteritidis bacterin -------------------------------------311, 950Coli-enteritidis-pasteurcIla bacterin ----------------------------163, 425C. pyogenes-staph-strep bacterin -----------------------------58, 500Coli-staph-strep bacterin ------------------------------------177, 700Colon-bacillus bacterin --------------------------------------133, 550Felisepticus bacillus bacterin ---------------------------------4, 145Gallinarum-typhiinuriumi bacterin ----------------------------1, 023, 775Heinorrhagic-septicemia bacterin -----------------------------49, 320, 085Pasteurella avicida bacterin ----------------------------------1, 142, 305Pasteurella-pseudodiphthericum bacterin --------------------11, 216, 345Salmonella abortivoequina bacterin ----------------------------46, 900Salmonella cholerasuis bacterin -------------------------------444, 910Staphylococcus bacterin ---------------------------------------35, 429Staphylococcus-streptococcus bacterin --------------------------1, 206, 051Streptococcus bacterin_--------------------------------------426, 530Total----------------------------------------------155,802,342

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24 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [MarenMIXED BACTERINSCubic centimeter:Mixed bacterin (avian)--------------------------------------17, 50, 009Mixed bacterin (bovine)-------------------------------------52, 760, 807Mixed bacterin (canine)-------------------------------------363, 085Mixed bacterin (equine) -------------------------------------4,571,523Mixed bacterin (feline) --------------------------------------66, 711Mixed bacterin (lepine)-------------------------------------50Mixed bacterin (ovine)_-._.---------------------------------10, 151, 510Mixed bacterin (porcine) ------------------------------------24, 163, 760Total----------------------------------------------109, 585, 455Grand total:Cubic centimeters -------------------------------------384, 396, 48SDihks -------------------------------------------------729, 875Milligrams--------------------------------------------19, 247, 650RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWSPenalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula-tory laws, as reported to the Bureau, as follows:Twenty-eight Hour LawChicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties.Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Indiraa Harbor Belt Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. (3 cases), $400 penalties.New York Central Railroad Co (2 cases), $200 penalties.Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (9 cases), $900 penalties.St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co., $100 penalty.Southern Pacific Co., $200 penalty.Union Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Animal Quarantine LawoRoy E. McCue, interstate shipment of swine affected with hog cholera (Iowato Nebraska), $200 fine.Meat-Inspection ActFor offering uninspected meat for int erstate shipment:A & B Beef Co., New York, N. Y., $200 fine. (M. I. case No. 1901.)Pionver Beef, Inc., Boston, Mass., $25 fine. (M. 1. case No. 1881.)CRESYLIC DISINFECTANTS PERMITTED FOR USE IN OFFICIALDISINFECTION(List revised to Aar. 6, 1,9/)The Bureau has granted permission for the use of the following eresylie disin-fectant s in official disinifewt ion:ACC() 0resy.ie Solut ion, Ainalgan'ated Cheriical Corporat ion, Pliiadelphia, Pa.Acre-,0, Th~e SeliCo., Afimta, Ga.Adeo Cres(olis, An rican Diisinfectin g Co., Inc., Sedalia, \lo.Anchor Brand Saponified Cresol Solution, Mountain States Chemical Co.,Deiver, C(Io.Baird's Solution Cresol Cimpound, 1. S. P. NI, Baird & MCuire, Inc.Ilollbrook, \Ma. .Pkarker's Sapon ified Cresylie Acid Solution, Barker, Moore & Mein Co., Ph ila-dclphlia, Pa.Ii(illtex Farni iifetani, John J. Golbil Co., New Bedford, Mas.I'iwo CresaIll ConipTIiun1i, E. 11. Binilix' & Co., Terre haute, Lid.lioothi' Cr--ylic ComimurA, J. M. Booth) & Co., El Pas-o, Tex.Bourbon Cresylie Disirfectaiit, Bourbon loinedl*y Co., Lexington, KN.Brunswig I )rug C alpa iivy's Soliution Cresol Coipounlld, U. S. P., lru s igDrug Co., Los Angeles, Calif.

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1942] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 25Buckeye-Cres, The Davies-Young Soap Co., Dayton, Ohio.Cabell's Hatchers Disinfectant, The Cabell Chemical Co., Huntington, W. Va.Carbola Liquid Disinfectant, Carbola Chemical Co., Inc., Natural Bridge. N. Y.Cardis. The P. M. Frank Disinfecting Co., New York, N. Y.Cenol Cresylic Disinfectant, Cenol Co., Inc., Chicago, Ill.Certified Brand Liquor Cresolis Saponatus, U. S. P., Norden Laboratories,Lincoln, Nebr.Chemo Cattle Disinfectant, Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y.Clarisol, International Chemical Co., Chicago, Ill.Clearsol-Cres, Fuld Bros., Baltimore, Md.Columbia Cresul Fluid, F. C. Sturtevant Co., Hartford, Conn.Comet Microsol, M. Vonsen Co., Inc., Petaluma, Calif.Composol, Purity Chemical Products Co., Santa Rosa, Calif.Consolidated Cresolis, Consolidated Laboratories, St. Louis, Mo.Cooper's Saponified Cresylic Solution, William Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill.Corn States 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, The Corn States Serum Co., Omaha,Nebr.Creal-O 50% Cresol Solution, Louisville Chemical Co., Louisville, Ky. Crecosol Compound, \Iissouri Valley Serum Co., Kansas City, Kans.Creco Special, Creco Co., Inc., Long Island City, N. Y.Cre-Nox, Consumers Glue Co., St. Louis, Mo.Creo-Cresolis, L. A. Mosher, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.Cre-O-Cris, Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y.Cre-O-Haag Solution, The Haag Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, Ill.Creo-Lic Disinfectant, Hockwald Chemical Co., San Francisco, Calif.Crescent 50% Cresylic Compound, Crescent Oil Co., Indianapolis, Ind.Cre-Septic, Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., Inc., Chicago, Ill.Cresnol Cresol Compound, Fort Pitt Chemical Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.Cresoapol, American Veterinary Laboratories, Kansas City, Mo.Cresol Compound-Clifton, Clifton Chemical Co., New York, N. Y.Cresolave, The Chemical Supply Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Cresolutol, Michel & Pelton Co., (Emeryville) Oakland, Calif.Creso-Penn, Rockland Chemical Co., Inc., Newark, N. J.Crestall Fluid, Baird & McGuire, Inc., St. Louis, Mo., and Holbrook, Mass.Cres-Tone, W. D. Carpenter Co., Inc., Syracuse, N. Y.Cresyline Cresylic Compound, Hunt Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Cresylol, Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr.Cresynol, Wollen Chemical & Supply Co., Paterson, N. J.Creusan Saponified Cresylic Disinfectant, U. S. Sanitary Specialties Corporation, Chicago, Ill.Crysil-O'Lite-50% Cresylic Disinfectant, Green Mask Laboratories, SiouxCity, Iowa.Crystal Cresylic Disinfectant, Crystal Soap & Chemical Co., Inc., Philadelphia,Pa.Curts-Folse Cresylic Compound Solution, Curts-Folse Laboratories, Kansas City, Kans.Diamond H Cresyl Fluid, James Huggins & Son, Malden, Mass. Dioxy Cresol Compound, Preston T. Rhodes, Philadelphia, Pa.Disinfecto, General Poultry Laboratories, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.Dixsoline, Dixie Chemical Co., Inc., New Orleans, La.Dolge Cresylic Disinfectant, The C. B. Dolge Co., Westport, Conn.Dr. Hess Saponified Cresol Solution, Dr. Hess & Clark, Inc., Ashland, Ohio.Dr. LeGear's Cresylic Disinfectant, Dr. L. D. LeGear Medicine Co., St. Louis,Mo.Dr. Saunders' 50% Cresol Solution, Stockton Veterinary Supply Co., Stockton,Calif.Dr. Sylvester's Cresylic Compound, A. Aarons Co., Inc., New Orleans, La.Eastern States Cresylic Disinfectant, Eastern States Farmers' Exchange,Springfield, Mass.Economy Disinfectant, Economy Hog & Cattle Powder Co., Shenandoah,Iowa.Elkay's Cresylic Agricultural Disinfectant, United Drug Co., Boston, Mass.Farmasol, Lehn & Fink Products Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J.Fecticide, Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, Mich.Fort Dodge Saponified Cresylic Solution, Fort Dodge Laboratories, Inc., FortDodge, Iowa,

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26 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [MarchFranklin Crestall Fluid, 0. M. Franklin Serum Co., Denver, Colo.Fulcres Compound, Fuld Bros., Baltimore, Md.Germalene Cresol Compound, Germalene Chemical Co., Houston, Tex.Germ-I-Sol, Dr. David Roberts Veterinary Co., Inc., Waukesha, Wis.Germo-Cresolis, Germo Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.Gland-O-Lac Special Disinfectant, The Gland-O-Lac Co., Omaha, Nebr.Globe 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, Globe Laboratories, Fort Worth, Tex.Glover's Disinfectant, H. Clay Glover Co., Inc., New York, N. Y.Harco Saponated Cresylic Disinfectant, Harley Soap Co., Philadelphia, Pa.Hexsolis, The White Tar Co. of New Jersey, Inc., Kearny, N. J.Hy-Kresol, H. V. Smith Co., St. Paul, Minn.Incresilite, Industrial Chemical Laboratories, Omaha, Nebr.Jen-Sal Cresylic Disinfectant, Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories, Inc., Kansas City,Mo.Jordan's Saponified Cresylic Solution, W. H. & F. Jordan, Jr., Mfg. Co.,Philadelphia, Pa.KaDeCo Cresylic Acid Solution 50%, Kiefer-Stewart Co., Indianapolis, Ind.Karspray, West Disinfecting Co., Long Island City, N. Y.Kem-Pro Cresol Fluid, Chemical Products, Inc., Shelton, Conn.Keystone Brand Cresylic Disinfectant, James Good, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa.Keystone Brand Saponated Solution of Cresol, U. S. P. XI, James Good, Inc.,Philadelphia, Pa.Kingol Spray, King Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa.Kleenwell Saponified Cresylic Acid Solution, Chicago Sanitary Products Co.,Chicago, Ill.Koppers Disinfectant No. 5 Water-Soluble, Koppers, Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.Kre-Lik, J. F. DeVine Laboratories, Inc., Goshen. N. Y.Kremulso, Technical Cresylic Acid Disinfectant, Thompson-Hayward ChemicalCo., Kansas City, Mo.Kre-Sol, Connecticut Chemical & Disinfectant Co., Inc., New Haven, Conn.Kresolig, Z. D. Gilman, Inc., Washington, D. C.Kresylinol, The Shores Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.Lacco Cresol Compound, Los Angeles Chemical Co., Los Angeles, Calif.Lee's 50% Cresol Solution, Geo. H. Lee Co., Omaha, Nebr.Lilly's Cresol Compound (Saponated Solution of Cresol, U. S. P.), Eli Lilly& Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Manufacturers Germicide, Standard Oil Co. of California, San Francisco,Calif.Marcreso, 1\arrinan Supply Co., Inc., St. Paul, Minn.Martin-Senour 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, The Martin-Senour Co., Chicago,Ill.Massachusetts Farm Bureaii Stable Disinfectant, Massachusetts Farm BureauFederation, Inc., Waltham, Mass.McClellan's R-X-Sol, C. U. McClellan Laboratories Corporation, LosAngeles, Calif.Midland Cresylie Disinfectant, Midland Chemical Laboratories, Inc., Dubuqcue,Iowa.Midland Cresylic Disinfectant No. 2, Midland Chemical Laboratories, Inc.,Diibiiqtie, Iowa.Miller's 50% Cresylie Disinfectant, Miller Chemical Co., Inc., Omaha, Ner.Mvco Disinfeeto, Masury-Young Co., Boston, Mass.Northern Drng Company Sanisol, Northern Drug Co., Duluth, Minn.NSCO Cresol Compound, National Supply Co., Birmingham, Ala.Pennsylvania Railroad Saponified Cresol solution , Pennsylvania Railroad Co.,Alt oona. Pa.Phin-O-Tas Cresylic Compound, Phinotas Chemical Co., Inc., New York,N. Y.Poltrifeet, PoultrY Producers of Central California. San Francisco, Calif.Pratt's Cresylie Di:infectant, Pratt Food Co., Philadelphia, Pa.Purina Cre-Su-Fec, Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis, Mo.Purisol, The Puritan Manufacturing Co., Waterbury, Conn.Puritan Cresylic Disinfectant, Puritan Chemical Co., Atlanta, Ga.Puritan #540 Cresvlic Compound, Puritan Chemical Co., Atlanta, Ga.Rawleigh's Kreo, The W. T. Rawleigh Co., Freeport, Ill.Reilly Cresolis Compound, Republic Creosoting Co., Indianapolis, Ind.Rogers 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, Detroit White Lead Works, Detroit, Mich.Sanicres Cresylic Compound, Burkart-Schier Chemical Co., Chattanooga,Tenn.

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1942] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 27Sanisol, McLaughlin Gormley King Co., Minneapolis, Minn.San-I-Sol, E. M. Peet Manufacturing Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa.Sapo Cresol Special, Louis C. Traband & Co., East St. Louis, 111.Sherwin-Williams 50% Cresylic Disinfectant, The Sherwin-Williams Co.,Chicago, Ill.Sherwin-Williams Liquor Cresolis Saponatus, U. S. P., Sherwin-Williams Co.,Chicago, Ill.Socony So-Cre-Sil Disinfectant, Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc., New York,N. Y.Solukress, Kremers-Urban Co., Milwaukee, Wis.Solution Cresol Compound Merck U. S. P., Merck |& Co., Inc., Rahway, N. J.Stanco Solution of Cresol Compound, Standard Drug Co., Meridian, Miss.Standard 50% Cresolution, Standard Chemical Manufacturing Co., Omaha, Nebr.Standard Super-Germite, Standard Oil Co. of California, San Francisco, Calif.Stock Disinfectant, Fidelity Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, Ill.Supersan Cresylic Compound, Chemical Compounding Corporation, Brooklyn,N. Y.Tekresol, Whitmover Laboratories, Inc., Myerstown, Pa.The California Company Super-Germite, The California Co., San Francisco,Calif.Tri-Krecide, Pitman-Moore Co., Indianapolis, Ind.U-C Cresolis, United Chemical Co., Inc., Kansas City, M\Io.UD Solution Cresol Compound (Liquor Cresolis Saponatus U. S. P. XI),United Drug Co., Boston, Mass.Universal Cresolum, Universal Laboratories, St. Louis, Mo.Usol Cresylic Compound, Standard Tar Products Co., Milwaukee, Wis.Val-A Saponified Cresol Solution, Val-A Co., Chicago, Ill.Vestal Disinfecting Fluid, Vestal Chemical Laboratories, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.Ward's Sa-Po-Cres, Dr. Ward's Medical Co., Winona, Minn.Whitmer's 50% Cresol Solution, The H. C. Whitmer Co., Inc., Columbus, Ind.Worrell's Crespolin, The Worrell Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.York's 50% Cresylic Solution, The G. W. York Co., Madrid, Iowa.NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAUThe Bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies toofficers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. Sofar as possible, additional copies will be furnished on request.Circular 614. Internal Parasites of Cattle. By Gerard Dikmans, ZoologicalDivision. Pp. 40, figs. 12.Farmers' Bulletin 1355 (slightly revised). Blackleg: Its Nature, Cause, andPrevention. By John R. Mohler, Chief of Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 12,figs. 3.Journal of Agricultural Research Separate A-208. Viability of Eggs of theSwine Thorn-Headed Worm (Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus). By KennethC. Kates, Zoological Division. Pp. 93-100.The Extension Animal Husbandman, Serial No. 65, March 1942. By C. D.Lowe and K. F. Warner, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 29, mimeographed.Conference on National Poultry Improvement Plan, June 17-20, 1941, inChicago, Ill. Pp. 175, mimeographed.AMENDMENTS TO DEPARTMENT REGULATIONSThe following amendments to the regulations of the Department have been issued:Amendment 139, covering regulations 2913 and 2914.Amendment 140, covering regulation 3113.Amendment 141, covering regulation 3111.Amendment 142, covering regulation 3142.Amendment 143, covering regulation 3181.

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0IJIVERSITY OF FLORIDA1111ii t1111111i iiI i fl HIii ill ltif113 1262 08852 663628 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTR-ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYChief: JOHN R. MOHLER.Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER.Assistant Chief: HARRY W. SCHOENING.Assistant Chief: PAUL E. HOWE.Business Manager: J. R. COHRAN.Assistant Business Manager: N. A. OLMSTEAD.Assistant to Chief: D. S. BURcH.Animal Husbandry Division: HUGH C. MCPHEE, Chief.Animal Nutrition Division: PAUL E. HOwE, Chief.Division of Tick Eradication and Special Diseases: W. M. MACKELLAR, Chief.Division of V'7rus-Serum Control: 1). I. SK1DMORE, Chiet.Field Inspection Division: S. 0. FLADNESS, Chief.Interstate Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER, Chief.Meat Inspection Division: EDWARD C. JOss, Chief.Pathological Division: HARRY W. SCHOENING, Chief.Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, Chief.Zoological Division: BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ, Chief.Animal Disease Station: ADOLPH EICHHORN, Director.G. .GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 1941