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8. R A.-IF .I. 81. ssuel 3nary, 1931

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S ~VrE AND REGULATORY AN P&ENTSEENT

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

DECEMBER, 1930


[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,
concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in obe
service of the bureau, establishments at, which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officer
whose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especmialy concerned.
Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
Of~c, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a y~ear. A supply will be sent to each oficial 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 .............~. ...-.~.~..~.~~. .....~.~-.......... .......-..~........~......... 105
Notices regarding meat ins~pection...........~ ~..~~.~.~..............-~-~-~..............-.-......... 106
Ani al asngsoffor ign orgin .. ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .. ... .. ... .. 106
Foreign meat-inspection oficial._..~-..................... ................... ..........-~~~-~~~~- 106
Certification of meats and casings for Poland...........~....~~~~~. ........~~.................... 106
M. 1. form IIS-E revised~-~~.~.....~.-~.-..~~~.~~.~..~~......................................... 1071
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, November, 1930..... .~........................ 107
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, November, 1930......... 107
Causes of condemnations of carcasses, October, 1930. ~.~..~.~................ ....................... 108
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, November, 1930.....................- 108
Summary of tubereulosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, November, 1930.~........... 109
Summary of bog-cholenra-ontrol work, November, 1930......... .~....~~~~~.~.~.~.-.~.-............. 110
Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, November, 1930~........... 110
Licenses issued for biological products, November, 1930~....- .-..~..~.-~............................ 110
Licenses terminated, November, 1930. -~.-...~~~~~~~~-~~-~-~-~..... ...-........................... 110
Permits issued for biological products, November, 1930~.~.~......-.-................................ 110
Proceedings under the packers and stock yards act, December, 1930.................................~ 111
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws~~..~.~~.-.....~........... ............................... III
New publications of the bureau_..-...~-..~..~.~.~........-. ..................................-....... 112
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry_~_._..~_.......-.~.~.... ...~....~._~................ 112



CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Most Inspection Granted

$*994. Johnson Meat Products Co. (Inc.), Pocomoke City, Mrd.
102. Bilt-More Packing Co. (Inc.), 467 Stephens Street SWT., Atlanta, Ga.

Horse-Meat Inspection Granted

*E-74. Continental Packing Co., Berryessa Road near King Road, mail P. O.
box 334, San Jose, Calif.
$*E-76. Ranger Phok~ing Co. (Inc.), mail P. O. box 264, Albia, Iowa.

Meat Inspection Withdrawn

333. International Provision Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Change in Name of Oflcial Establishment

*328. Gobel-Lofiler (Inc.), Benning, D. C., and Keane-Loffler (Inc.): Adolf
Gobel (Inc.); George Kern (Inc.); B. Meler & Son; Merkel Bros. (Inc.);
A. Lofiler Provision Co. (Inc.); T. T. Keane Co. (Inc); Washington
Abattoir Co. (Inc.); Jacob E. Decker & Son, instead of previous name.

I No sealed cars. Conducts slaughtering.


32579--31-1 -


105








100 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUBTRY [Januarr

Change in Address of Olcial Establishment
3--I. Swift & Co., 811-819 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of 900
Noble Street.

Change in Ofhcial in Charge
W. L. Hayward succeeds Dr. M. T. Perry (transferred) as inspector
mn charge at Worcester, Meas.
Change in Addresses of Officials in Obarge
Dr. M. Brodner, 219 Federal Building, Honolulu, Hawaii, instead of
218)0 Federal Building.
Dr. E. T. Marsh, care Globe Laboratories, P. O. box 4143, Stock Yards
Station, Fort Worth, Tex., instead of P. O. box 37.
NUew Stations
Albia, Iowa, horse-meat inspection, Dr. Joseph Hannon, care Ranger
Packing Co., in charge.
Pocomoke City, Md., meat inspection, Dr. G. C. Pieper, care Johnson
Meat Products Co. (Inc.), in charge.
New Substation
San Jose, Calif., meat inspection, substation of San Francisco, Calif.


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
Certificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,
which bear the official title of the foreign country as specified below, will be
acceptable with animal casings offered for importation into the Unit~ed States.
The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of t~he national
government having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign country
in which the casings originated, but owfing to the fact that the high officials are
changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Oficial title Foreign rcountry
Minister of Agriculture,,....., ....................... Northern Ireland
FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL
Name and specimen signature of a foreign official who has been authorized by
his national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certificates for
meat and meat food products exported to the United States:

Country and name Signature



Dr. G. Clark Tro~tteAND

CERTIFICATION OF MIEATS AND CASINGS FOR POLAND
r In accordance wfith the requirements of t~he Polish Government, inspectors will
issue MP. I. Form 167 in duplicate for each consignment of meat or meat food
products destined to Poland, in addition to the regular w-hite meat-inspection
certi~cate which must be furnished in harmlony w~ith the regullations.
Inspectors will also issue M. 1. Form 167 in duplicate for each consignment of
ani mal casings destined to Poland after satisf ying th~emsrelves that the casings are
derived only from animals which have beenl United States inspected and passed.
The duplicate copies of M. I. Form 167 should be forwaarded to thle Washingtod
office.









19311 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUTNCEMEN~s 107

NLW I. FORMT 112-E REVISED n .

The M. I. Form 1 12-E revised has again been chan ged and hereafter requisitions
f~or this form will be filled with the latest revision. It will be noted that the form
has been enlarged and a separate section has been provided for cattle reacting
to the tuberculin test. Attention is directed to footnote C, which should also
apply to parts passed for cooking.


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
NOVEMBER, 1930


station Cattle Calves Shle basnd Goats Swiner


Baltimore-~~............................. 6, 201 813 1, 078 ............~ 65, 212
Bu~alo.--.~-............................. 7, 550 1, 439 8, 020 ............- 86, 810
Chicago.......-~-.............-........... 110, 416 30, 203 226, 063 250 681, 096
Cincinosti.----..........._~..~........... 12, 136 5, 103 10, 870 13 80, 105
Cleveland.~-~....................... ...... 5, 3341 3, 628 13, 760 ............~ 57, 689
Den ver..................---~-.............. 7, 403 1, 289 13, 878 1.-.-.-.~..... J, 275
Detroit.-..... .~.---.-.-................... 5, 441 5, 529 19, 051 1 65, 838
Fort Wort b................................ 21, 829 22, 501 12, 4 12 133 17, 07[>
Indianapolis~~-~.......................... 12, 087 2, 478 4, 945 5 128, 413
Kansas C ityr_~.....~----................... 64, 632 16, 049 85, 245 23 173, 353
M ilwaukee.~....-. -.. -~. .. ..-...~--...... 15, 261 39, 224 ,83 ..... 135, 837
National Stock Y ards~..~.~.~~.~.~........ 26, 809 6, 857 27 4 23 00, 065
New York_.~.~.-~...-.~..-................ 30, 110 44, 839 2131 ..... 68, 760
"Omaha....-.-~......................-....... 49, 054 4, 197 103, 926 1 130, 8000
Philadelphia.............................. 4, 440 5, 187 17, 072 ...........~. 71, 506
St. Louis.. ...~.~.-..-.~.-................. 11, 767 4,826, 263 1............ 136, 188
Slous City____.............................. 25, 567 2, 174 76, 333 1 81, 363
Both St. Jo~sph~_.___..................... 20, 862 5, 106 68, 799 ...........~. 05, 094
Both St. Paul. ...~.......~.......~...... 39, 679 50, 232 112, 855 1 263, 164
Wichits.................. 6, 411 2, 115 5, 781 8 36, 437
All other stations.......................... 120, 530 69, 807 221, 520 175 1, 539, 841

Total:
Novem ber, 1930~-..-..-. ........ 605, 618 323, 702 1, 305, 482 1, 343 4, 023, 718
November, 1929-~.~~~........... 731, 407 358, 438 1, 159, 150 3, 869 4, 498, 554
11 months ended November, 1930.... 7, 478, 817 4, 197, 421 15. 270, 154 9, 916 30, 619, 092
Il mouths ended November, 1029.... 7, 666. 001 4 1,42, 725 12, 932, 373 25, 772 43, 36 1, 669

New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and
Newark 1'~~~...-~~-~-~..~--.............. 36, 415 50, 2841 310. 971 3 204, 168

I The slaughter figures in this group of cities are Included in the figures above for New York and "LAll
other stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.
Horses slaughtered:
N ovem ber, 1930. ......................~ -... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15, 576
November, 1929.~-.~..-........~~--..~.-................................. 14, 669
II months ended--
November, 1930--... -............~ --~..... ...................... ...... 122,087
N ovem ber, 1929........... ........... .......... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. I16, 171

Inrspections of lard at all establishments, 131,HS1,056 inspection pounods; compound and other subst itutes,
38,981.3513 inspection pounds; sausage, 54,763,436 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 11.811?t~,2 inspection
pounds. Corresponding inspections for November, 192): Lard, 15-1,221,426 inspection pounds; compound
and other substitutes, 35,020,810 inspection pounds; sausage, 64,718,051; Inspee~lion pounds; oleromargalrine,
15,087,430 inspection pounds.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have
been inspected and recorded more than once in Ibe process of manufacture.)


EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, NOVEMBER, 1930

R detained for tuberculosis

Station slauog er Ttl Passed for Con-
cooking demned

Cattle excluding calves:
Chicago.... .... ...... .. .. .. .. 110, 416 3, 385 94 430
Kansas City ...................................... 64, 632 172 3 28
Omahs......~.~. .~.~~~_.~...~_..................... 49, 954 i 85 25; 5
Chicago._~_~__------......................... 681, 096 67, 114 029 661
Kansas City~_~.._.______~......................... 173, 353 I8, 046 f661 50
Omaha...~.~........................... ___..~........ 130, 600 9, 026 103 84





Cause Cattle Calves Shee band Bwine


Emaciation..................................... 947 123 714 55
B og cholera................ .............. ............ ........... .. ......... .... ....... 2. 27
Inflammatory diseases...---........-~-~............. I, 240 161 895 2,090
Im m aturi ty.. ..._... .. .. .. .. .. .... ... ... ... 277 ... ... ... ... .
Tuberculosis .-...-~-~.................-~~~............. 2, 060 42 ........... 2,378
Other causes..-..............-~........ -........... 1,781 175 764 2,973

Total.,-..-...._..................-................ 6, 046 778 2, 373 9, 729



IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1930

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during Novem-
ber, 1930, with figures for other periods for comparison.


Imaports of food animals


Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


Mlexco .......--~--~............ ........~ ~-~... .. .. -..~.... .. 3 35 .. .. 25
Canada............................................_ 1, 101 27 521 2
V ir in sla ds to ort Ri o). ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 198 .. .
Tot al:
November, 1930.~.-.~..-.~~~.~..~..~..-............. 4, 650 28 521 28
November, 1929............. .~.,..~........... ....... 42,001l 1241 1, 425 4
11 months ended--
November, 1930.-..~...............~............... 211, 593 374 8, 502 103
November, 1929..........................~..~. .... 487, 843 2, 420 26, 905 221


Imported meats and meal food products


Fresh and refrigerated
Cured and Other me Total
Country of export canned Droducts weight
Beef Other


Pournds Pou nds Pou nds Poulnds Pou nds
Argentina... .~.~............... ....... ........~..... 602, 702 103, 345 706, 047
AustraLia~.~......................... ......... .......~...... 3, 909 3,900
Canada............................. ....... 32, 331 21, 352 1941,9411 61,361 309, 985
New Zealand...... ...........~.. .... ...... 126j,438 3), 275 1.~.......... 1 12,923 169, 636
Uruguay....... ..............._............ I............) ........... 4;2, 933 39, 760 512, 693
Other countries...~..~..........~.....~..... I...~.-....I...~. .......... 73, 867 170, 848 244~,715

Total:
November, 1930..~........... .... 158,~769 51, 627 1,3441, 43 392, 1416 1,946, 985
November, 1929... ..... ......... 1, 291, 373 136, 009 8, 408, 607 1, 341, 219 I I,180, 208
11 months ended--
November, 1930)............. 5.567,815 2,882,853 51,400,615 4,14, Y~965 64, 675, 24
November, 1929. .~.~.~....... 35, 856, 660 11, 961, 845 98, 489, 300 9, 993, 469 156, 301, 277


Condemned in Novembtr, 1930: BeefT, 1641 pounds; real, 1,012 pounds; pork, 18 pounds; total, 1,194 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, 7~5,721 pounds; pork, 4,630 pounds; total, 80,351 pounds.


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BUREAUI OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, OCTOBER, 1930





















State offcial





C. A. Cary, Auburn.
R. J. Hight, Phoenix.
J. H. Bru, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacra mento.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
Charles Johnson, Hart-
ford.
O. A.Newton, Bridge-
Sille.

J. V. Knapp, Tallaharssee.
J. MI. Sutton, Atlanta.
A. J. Dickman, Boise.
D. W. Robison, Spring-
field.
Frank H. BrowRn, Indi-
anapolis.
M. G. Thornburg, Des
M~oines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmorland,
Frankfort.
E. P. FlowFer, Baton
Rouge.
B M. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. G~eorge, Balti-
more.
E. F. Richardson, Bos-
too.
C. Hi. Clark, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, Sr. Paul.
G. B. Bradishawf, Jack-
son.
H. A. WVilson, Jefferson
City.
WV. J. But ler, Helena.
C. H. Hays, Lincojln.
Edward Records, Reno.
A. L. Felher, Concord.
J. H. McrNeil, Trenton.
Mlat Keenan, Albuguer-
que.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
Wrilliam Mroore, Raleigh.
W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.
C. M~cCdndlesss Colum-
bus.
C. C. Hisel, Ok-lsboma
Cit y.
W'. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. M1unce, Harris-
burg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
W\. Ki. Lewis, Columbia.
T. H. Ruth, Pierre.
J. Mi. Jones, Nashville.
N. F.Wd'lliams, Fort
Worth.
W'. H. Hendrick-s, Salt
Lake City.v
Edlward H. Jones, Mlont-
pelier.
H. C. Girens, Rieb-
mond.
Robert Prior, Ojlympia.
John W. Smith, Charles-
ton.
Walter WTisnicky, M~adi-
SOD.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.


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1931]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNrOUNCEMENTS


Tuberrulin tests dur-
ing month


Te


State






Ariz.....

Calif ....
Colo....
Conn...





Idaho...
Kll..-....

Ind--...


Kans~....






Mass....

Mich....
Minn-...
Miss-....


Mont~...
Nebr~....

N. H...
N. J..
N. Mcex.

N. Y~..

N. Dak.
*Ohio~..

*Okla~....

-Omgp....

R. I.._...

B6. C.-...
S. Dak..
Teno...


Utah._...




Wash...
W. Va..

Wis..-...

Wyo~....
Total.


otal to date


Ae- Herds Inspector in charge
ered- under
ited super-
herds vision


3171 27,8141 R. E. Jackson.....
468,8561 F. L. Schneider...
161 15, 7331 W. A. McDonald.
148, 6301 WI. E. Howe......
1931 2, 086( R. Snyder.._~.....
3, 5741 7,301 R. L. Smith.__....

1,4831 6,87E. B. Simonds_...

I) 461 A. E. Wight......
999, 1511 J. G. Fish~....~...
3062,0301 A. L. Hirleman...
6242,6541 W. A. Sullivan....
5,5931 205,80 J. J. Lintner..~....

3, 72B 180, 37J. E. G ibson......

2, 5711 200, 000 J. A. Barger~......

67 104, 252. N. L. Townsend..
5683, 881 W. F. Biles.~..~...

13 32, 510; G. T. Cole.....

9143,755! G. R. Caldlwell....
10, 09 33, 602 E. B. Simonds~....

2,302i :7, 31 E.A. Crossman~..
85 18,070T. S. Rich.~...... I
7, 10 122, 981 W~. J. Fretz....
26 12,881 H.Robbins....

20 91, 9 Ralph Graham....
724 37, 842 J. W. Murdoch.~..
1482, 1911 A. H:. Frnocis~.....
9 3, 130 L. C. Butterfield..
4.5531 8, 166' E. A. Crossman~...
4, 104J 13. 3-14 Ellis E. McCoy~...
243,534 F. L. Schneider...

87,0781 121,571I B. B. Leonard...
361l 256,924 W. C. Dendlinger.
5, 378 71,10 H~i Hl. Cohenour..
62 23,4157 A. J. De Fosset...

24 ,0141 L. J. Allen_.~......

582 35.9711 S. B. Foster.......
6,199~ 140, 831, J. B. Reidy~.......
134 713, E. A. Crossman..

I119 76,0741 W. K. Lewis......
1,297 10,634 J. O. Wilson...~...
125 81,143; H. L,. Fry._.._......
44 10522Ha. L. Darby.~.....
1031 12, 531 F. E. Mlurray.....

E, 531 12, 8781 L. H. Adams..~....

9931 71, 3166 R. E. Brook~bank.

91 59, 409 J. C. Erlie~.......
64 1, 600 H. Ml. Newton._...

11,927 1822J .Hay....

4 13, 26John T. Dallas~....
173, 189 3, I 12,53


Once-
tested-
free
herds


25,227
8, 754
15,711
8, 187
1,882
3, 340

4,784
44
8, 315
62, 000
39.373
64,673

174, :43

100, 000

103, 402
83, 378

3, 414

42,75


4, 421

114, 3

88, 034 l

34. 122'
81,756



3,42


59,17
2-19,43

6,76

35,32




8,767

9,73






47, 517
69, 86



161, 817


Cat-
a lee ~





67

315

77


Herdi
or lots



3, 080
797
1, 036
214
20
672

277


Catle
tested



16, 298
1,912
5, 346
18, 023
828


3, 240


741 2, 21 61
2,1151 6.07 3
417) 8,40 5
9,285s 98,80 1,60

2, 13 22,60 15

6, 62 117, 30 70

1, 0741 15, 502 57
1, 026 7, 857i 5
531 1, 2A4( 01
773j 8 669, 15
1, 873' 20, 5411 376

1, 100/ I1, 247; 1, 276
2, 5531 26, 406~ 131
6, 7861 111, 8a 1, 132
9, 63 1

1, 693, 18, 469~ 53

297 6, 486, 29

70 3, 047 3
51sIP356i 39 4 4, 394 200
47 764 4

8,615 122,035' 3,010
101 1, 729' 3
2, 1161 42,730 26
8,8181 67,497, 618

543 -1, 677 14
1, 084 9, 3833
4, 163 3,3217
47 1, 092 0

888 2,918, 5



1,09 6.62 53




1, 591 20, 850 62
1, 594 7, 7'25 17

939. 162.6- 851



94, 795 1, 223, 169 18, 127 :


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1930






"i


C. c. C. c. C. c. C ,. c. C. c.
Novem ber, 1930)............_ .... 45. 240. 637 B 37, 3,03$ 4;. 561 180 3. 5 1 4.53 9,801.428
Novembery 1929~ ~................ 66, Y '1.0%5 541.;3'i, 35 4590582, 415.2L25 7, 397,942
Il months endedc November,l~O 1930 760,r l 50,05 60."3 4 53, 2'B0, 813 55, 4013, 0183 157, 662, 387
11monthsended N~ov~mber,1929. 947.976,525 6S0.21;, 371 7841,709,718 53. 963.754 191,5'26.238


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1930

License No. 163-A was issued Novlember 19, 1930, to the Fidelity Labora-
tories (inc.), Thirteenth Street and Bellevue Boulevard, South Omaha, Nebr.
(mailing address 820 Exchange Avenue, Chicago, Ill.), for avian mixed bacterin
and pulloiin.
License No. 191 was issued November 19, 1930, to Ashe Lockhart (Inc.),
800-804 Woodsw~ether Road, Kanisas City, Mo., for antianthraxr serum.
License No. 197 was issued Novrember 3, 1930, to the Patterson-Harwood
Laboratories, Fairmont Addition, Manhattan, Kains., for anti-hog-cholera serum
and hog-cholera virus.


LICENSES TERMINATED, NOVEMBER, 1930

License No. I14~, issued June 25, 1923, to Terrell's Laborator~ies, 308-324
Texas National Bank Building, Fort WVorth, Tex., was terminated Novlember
17, 1930, because of the discontinuance of production.

PERMlITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1930

Permit No. 9 was issued November 28, 1930, to Burroughs WTellcome & Co.
(U. S. A.) (Inc.), 9 and 11 East Forty-first Street, New York City, N..Y., for the
importation during 1931 of antileptospira serum (canine), canine-distemper tissue


110


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[Jannery,


BUM1MARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WYORK, NOVEMBER, 1930


Ou- -
breaks
reported
to bu-

lans


Demonstrations



Number tr otd


Bureau
veteri-
narians
lengaoed


Autop-
sles




2
12
5
I
6
76
4
13
12
2
2
21
23
4
2
8
7
6
6
4
5
3
4
3
6
11
248


Farms
quaran-
t ned


Forms
cleaned

inelded


M~eet-
ings ad-
dressed



.


4





1





2

1


Premises
investi-
gated


109
17
53
20
15
141
52
50
116
54
67
191
112
66

64
131
84
35
4
39
58
98
40


State


3


1

1

4
6
1
5
24


1

24
1
3
I
1



130


134

270
8
174
30


250
116
2
240
153

172
19
585
66
17
100
19

207
2,600


I 4
2B 49

.... .... 23

.... .... 14
1 3B
.... .... 17



.... .... 35
. .
.... ....2
.... ....7
.... .... 11
.... .... 15
.... ....1
---- ----6


30 318


Alabama...........
Colorado...........
Elorida..---.........
Georgia__..~.........
Idaho...............
Illinois.............
Indiana.~............
Iowa-..............
Kentucky..........
Kansas~.............
Louisians...........
M~aryland..........
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PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT,
DECEMBER, 1930
Docket No. 294. -In re Leo Schloss (Inc.), packer, Newark, N. J. On August
12, 1929, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued a complaint, alleging that
respondent had violated the act by engaging in a certain unfair, unjustly discrim-
inatory, and deceptive practice. On September 17, 1929, the Acting Secretary
of Agriculture issued an order directing that the cause be continued until further
order therein. It now appears to t~he Secretary of Agriculture that the complaint
should be dismissed without prejudice. Accordingly, on December 15, 1930, the
complaint was dismissed without prejudicing the right of the complainant to
institute any further proceedings that he sees fit.
Docket No. 316.--In re Meridian Union Stock Yards, market agency, Merid-
ian, Miss. On July 9, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry
and notice, alleging violations of the act by failure of respondent to execute and
maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of its obligations incurred
as a market agency. Under date of July 25, 1930, the respondent acknowledged
the service of the order of inquiry, admitted the truth of the matters and things
therein alleged, and waived a hearing thereon. On September 15, 1930, the
Meridian Union Stock Yards was suspended from registration as a market agency
for six months, with leave during said period to apply for revocation of this sus-
pension upon a satisfactory showing that it has filed a reasonable bond to suitable
trustees to secure the performance of its obligations incurred as a market agency
and has on file with the Bureau of Animal Industry a fully executed duplicate of
said bond. It. was also ordered that the Meridian Union Stock Yards cease and
desist from doing business as a market agency without maintaining a reasonable
bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of its obligations incurred as
such market agency. On October 7, 1930, the respondent entered into a reason-
able bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of its obligations incurred
as a market agency and on Oct~ober 24, 1930, a fully executed duplicate of said
bond was filed with the Bureau of Animal Industry. Accordingly, on December
6, 1930, the suspension of the Mleridian Union Stock Yards from registration as a
market agency for six months was revoked and terminated.
Docket No. 324.--In re Harry 8. Lambert, dealer, Union St.ock Yards, Balti-
more, Md. On August 13, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an
inquiry and notice, alleging violations of the act by failure of respondent to
execute and maintain a reasonable bond t~o secure the performance of his obliga-
tions incurred as a dealer. On September 22, 1930, a hearing was held in this case.
On November 20, 1930, the respondent entered into a reasonable bond to suitable
trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as such dealer and
a fully executed duplicate of the same was fied on November 26, 1930, with the
Bureau of Animal Industry at Washington, D. C. On December 23, 1930, the
respondent was ordered to cease and desist from doing business as a dealer without
maintaining a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of
his obligations incurred as a dealer and without having on file with the Bureau of
Animal Industry a fully executed duplicate of such bond or of some other satis-
factory plan of guaranty.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-
latory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-eight-Hour Law
New York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Livrestock Quarantine Law
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ra.ilwfay Co., $100 flue for failure to
mark waybill "tuberculous cattle."
Northern Pa~cific Railway Co. (two cases), $200 fine for failure to mark way-
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NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employeeB but sends copies to
offioers in charge of stations and ofices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So
far as possible additional copies will be furnished no request.]
Technical Bulletin No. 219. Mountain-Laurel (Kalmia lat~ifoia) and eBheep-
Laurel (Kalmia anguetifolia) as Stock-Poisoning Plants. By C. Dwfight 1Marsh:
and A. B. Clawson, Pathological Division. Pp. 23, figs. 6.
Department Bulletin No. 662 (revised). Vesicular Stomatitie of Horses mad'
Cattle. By John R. Mohler, Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp.10
Circular No. 148. Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of Horses. B ejmn
Schwartz, Marion Imes, and Willard H. Wright, Zoological Division. Pp. f&,.
figs. 36.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1069 reviseded. Tuberculosis in Livestock, Detection,
Control, and Eradication. By John A. Kiernan (deceased) and A. E. Wright,.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division. Pp. 21, figs. 12.
Studies of Vaccination during Calfhood to Prevent Bovine Infectious Abortion.
By J. M. Buck, Experiment Station, Bethesda, Md. In Journal of Agricultur al
Research, vol. 41, No. 9, November 1, 1930. Key No. A-142.
Germicidal Efficiency of Soaps and of Mixtures of Soaps with Sodium Hypdrox-
ide or with Phenols. By J. M. Schaffer and F. W. Tilley, Biochemic Division..
In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 41, No. 10, Nove~mber 15, 1930. Key
No. A-142.
Amendment 7 to B. A. I. Order No. 324, declaring names of counties placed'
in modified accredited tarea for tuberculosis. Effective December 1, 1930. P. 1
(mimeographed).
Statistical tables and maps showing progress in eradicating tuberculosis from
livestock in the United States. Pp. 21, figs. 2. (mimeographed).


ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief: JonN R. M~OHLER.
Associate Chief: U. G. H OUCK.
Assistant Chie~f: A. W. MILLER.
Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN.
Assistant to Chief: D. S. BUacs.
Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief.
Biochemnic Divtision: M. DORSET, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. H ovox, chief.
Division of Virus-Serutm Control: D. I. SKIDMI~ORE, chief.
Field Inspectiona Div~ision: G. W. POPE, Chief.
Mleat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Packcers and Stockyards Division: A. W. M ILLER, Chief.
Pathological Division: Joan S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Tickz Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication D~ivision: A. E. WIGHT, Chief.
Zoological Division: MAR;IaCE C. HALL, Chief.
Experimental Station: W. E. CorroN, superintendent.
Ofce of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, iD Charge.
Ofice of Personnel: GEORGE R. BROWN, in Charge.




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S. R. A.-B. A. 1. 284. Issued January, 1931United States Department of AgricultureSERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYDECEMBER, 1930[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in theservice of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officerswhose 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 PrintingOffice, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official incharge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members ofhis force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTS PageChanges in directory------------.-------------------------------------------------------------105Notices regarding meat inspection-----.-..--------------------------------------------------. 106Animal casings of foreign origin----------------------------------------------------106Foreign meat-inspection official----------------------------------------------------106Certification of meats and casings for Poland-----------------------------------------106M. 1. form 112-E revised-----------------------.--------------------------------107Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, November, 1930.-------------------------107Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, November, 1930--------107Causes of condemnations of carcasses, October, 1930 ---------------------------------------108Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, November, 1930 ------------------108Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, November, 1930 -----------109Summary of hog-cholera-control work, November, 1930-----------------------------------110Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, November, 1930 ------------110Licenses issued for biological products, November, 1930----.------------------------------110Licenses terminated, November, 1930 --------------------------------------------------110Permits issued for biological products, November, 1930 ------------------------------------110Proceedings under the packers and stockyards act, December, 1930 ----------------------------111Results of prosecutions for violations of laws----------.--. ------------------------------------111New publications of the bureau-----------------------------------------------------112Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry ------------------------------------------112CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Grantedt*994. Johnson Meat Products Co. (Inc.), Pocomoke City, Md. 102. Bilt-More Packing Co. (Inc.), 467 Stephens Street SW., Atlanta, Ga.Horse-Meat Inspection Granted*E-74. Continental Packing Co., Berryessa Road near King Road, mail P. 0.box 334, San Jose, Calif.$*E-76. Ranger Packing Co. (Inc.), mail P. 0. box 264, Albia, Iowa.Meat Inspection Withdrawn333. International Provision Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.Change in Name of Official Establishment*328. Gobel-Loffler (Inc.), Benning, D. C., and Keane-Loffler (Inc.): AdolfGobel (Inc.); George Kern (Inc.); B. Meier & Son; Merkel Bros. (Inc.);A. Loffler Provision Co. (Inc.); T. T. Keane Co. (Inc); WashingtonAbattoir Co. (Inc.); Jacob E. Decker & Son, instead of previous name.t No sealed cars. Conducts slaughtering.32579--31-1 105

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106 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [JanuaryChange in Address of Official Establishment3-I. Swift & Co., 811-819 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of 906Noble Street.Change in Official in ChargeW. L. Hayward succeeds Dr. M. T. Perry (transferred) as inspectorin charge at Worcester, Mass.Change in Addresses of Officials in ChargeDr. M. Brodner, 219 Federal Building, Honolulu, Hawaii, instead of218% Federal Building.Dr. E. T. Marsh, care Globe Laboratories, P. 0. box 4143, Stock YardsStation, Fort Worth, Tex., instead of P. 0. box 37.New StationsAlbia, Iowa, horse-meat inspection, Dr. Joseph Hannon, care RangerPacking Co., ii charge.Pocomoke City, Md., meat inspection, Dr. G. C. Pieper, care JohnsonMeat Products Co. (Inc.), in charge.New SubstationSan Jose, Calif., meat inspection, substation of San Francisco, Calif.NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIONANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGINCertificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,which bear the official title of the foreign country as specified below, will beacceptable with animal casings offered for importation into the United States.The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the nationalgovernment having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign countryin which the casings originated, but owing to the fact that the high officials arechanged from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.Official title Foreign cCuntryMinister of Agriculture --------------------------------Northern IrelandFOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALName and specimen signature of a foreign official who has been authorized byhis national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certificates formeat and meat food products exported to the United States:Country and name SignatureENGLANDDr. G. Clark Trotter --------------CERTIFICATION OF MEATS AND CASINGS FOR POLANDIn accordance with the requirements of the Polish Government, inspectors willissue M. I. Form 167 in duplicate for each consignmrent of meat or meat foodproducts destined to Poland, in addition to the regular white meat-inspectioncertificate which must be furnished in harmiony with the regulations.Inspectors will also issue M. 1. Form 167 in duplicate for each consignment ofanimal casings destined to Poland after satisfying themselves that the casings arederived only from animals which have been United States inspected and passed.The duplicate copies of M. I. Form 167 should he forwarded to the Washingtonoffice.

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19311 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 107M. .FORM 112-E REVISEDThe M. 1. Form 112-E revised has again been changed and hereafter requisitionsfor this form will be filled with the latest revision. It will be noted that the form has been enlarged and a separate section has been provided for cattle reactingto the tuberculin test. Attention is directed to footnote C, which should alsoapply to parts passed for cooking.ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,NOVEMBER, 1930Station Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats Swinelambs Got wnBaltimore------------------------------6,201 813 1,978 ------------65, 212Buffalo-------------------------------7,559 1,439 8,020 -----------86,810Chicago ------------------------------110,416 30,203 226,063 259 681,096Cincinnati -----------------------------12, 136 5, 193 10,870 13 80, 105Cleveland ------------------------------5 334 3,628 13,760 -----------57,689Denver--------------------------------7,493 1,289 13,878 -----------19,275Detroit ---------------------------------5,441 5,529 19, 051 1 65,835Fort Worth ----------------------------21,829 22,501 12,412 133 17,075Indianapolis ----------------------------12, 987 2,478 4, 945 5 128, 413Kansas City ---------------------------64, 632 16,049 85, 245 23 173, 353Milwaukee -----------------------------15,261 39,224 7, 873 -----------135,837National Stock Yards --------------------26, 809 6,857 27,447 723 90,065New York-----------------------------30,110 44,839 261,391 ---------68,760Omaha--------------------------------49,954 4,197 103,926 1 130,600Philadelphia----------------------------4,440 5,187 17,072 -----------71, 506St. Louis-------------------------------11,767 4,842 6,263 ---------136,188Sioux City-----------------------------25, 567 2, 174 76, 333 1 81,363South St. Joseph------------------------20,862 5, 106 68, 799 ----------95, 094South St. Paul--------------------------39,679 50,232 112,855 1 263, 164Wichita --------------------------------6,041 2,115 1 5,781 8 36,437All other stations -----------------------0, 530 69,807 221, 520 175 1, 539, 841Total:November, 1930 -----------------605,048 323, 702 1,305,482 1,343 4,023,718November, 1929----------------731, 407 358, 438 1, 159, 150 3,869 4,498, 55411 months ended November, 1930.--7,478,817 4, 197, 421 15, 270, 154 9,916 39, 619, 09211 months ended November, 1929. --7,666,001 4,142,725 12, 932, 373 25, 772 43, 361, 669New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, andNewark 1-------------------------36,415 50,284 310,971 3 204,168I The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and "Allother stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.Horses slaughtered:November, 1930--------------------------------------------------------------15, 575November, 1929-------------------------------------------------------------14,66911 months ended-November, 1930----------------------------------------------------------122,087November, 1929 -----------------------------------------------------------116, 171Inspections of lard at all establishments, 131,118,056 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,38,981,353 inspection pounds; sausage, 54,7413,436 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 11.811,266 inspectionpounds. Corresponding inspections for November, 1929: Lard, 154,221,426 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 35,020,810 inspection pounds; sausage, 64,718,056 inspection pounds; oleomargarine,15,097,430 inspection pounds.(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may havebeen inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREEIMPORTANT MARKETS, NOVEMBER, 1930R etained for tuberculosisStation Total I --slaughter Total Passed for Con-cooking demnedCattle excluding calves:Chicago-------------------------------------110,416 3,385 94 430Kansas City.--.-------------------------------64, 632 172 3 28Omaha--------------------------------------49,954 585 24 54Swine:Chicago-------------------------------------681,096 67,114 929 661Kansas City---------------------------------173, 353 8,046 66 50Omaha--------------------------------------130,600 9,026 103 84

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108 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January,CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, OCTOBER, 1930Cause Cattle Calves Sheep andEmaciation -----------------------------------947 123 714 55Hog cholera-.----------------------------------.---------------------. 2.276Inflammatory diseases------------------------------1,249 161 895 ,090Immaturity-------------------------------------------------277Tuberculosis-------------------------------------2,069 42 -----2,378Other causes.--.-----------------------------------1,781 175 764 2,973Total--------------------------------------6,046 778 2,373 9,772IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOODPRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1930The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats andmeat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during Novem-ber, 1930, with figures for other periods for comparison.Imports of food animalsCountry of export Cattle Swine Sheep GoatsMexico -----------------------------------------------3,351 ------------------26Canada.---.-----------------------------------------------1,101 27 521 2Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico).-------------------------------198 1 ---.-.Total:November, 1930..---------------------------------4,650 28 521 28November, 1929....--------------------------------42,001 124 1,425 411 months ended-November, 1930----------------------------211,593 374 8,502 103November, 1929.---------------. ..-------------487,843 2,420 26,905 221Imported meats and meat food productsFresh and refrigeratedCountry of export Cured and Other meat Totalcanned products weightBeef OtherPounds Pounds Pounds Pounds PoundsArgentina.-.------------------------------------------------602,702 103,345 706,047Australia --.----------------------------------------------------------3,909 3,909Canada-------------------------------32,331 21,352 194,941 61,361 309,985New Zealand.--------------------------126,438 30,275 -----------12,923 169,636Uruguay _.------------------------------------------------472,933 39,760 512,693Other countries-------------------------------------73,867 170,848 244,715Total:November, 1930.----------------158, 769 51,627 1,344,443 392, 146 1,946,985November, 1929.---------------1, 291, 373 136,009 8,408,607 1,344,219 11, 180,20811 months ended-November, 1930-----------5,567, 815 2,882,853 51,409,615 4,814,965 64,675,248November, 1929 -----------35, 856, 660 11,961, 848 98, 489, 300 9,993,469 156, 301,277Condemned in November, 1930: Beef, 164 pounds; veal, 1,012 pounds; pork, 18 pounds; total, 1,194 pounds.Refused entry: Beef, 75,721 pounds; pork, 4,630 pounds; total, 80,351 pounds.

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19311 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 109SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATIONWITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1930Tuberculin tests durTotal to dateing monthBtate C OnceAcHerds Inspector in charge State officialHerd, Cattle Cattestedcredunderor lots tested tle retee cred uneracted free ited super-herds herds visionAla--3,080 16,298 17 25,227 317 27,814 R. E.JacksonC. A. Cary, Auburn.Ariz-.79 1, 912 19 8,754 46 8,856 F. L. Schneider. R. J. Hight, Phoenix.Ark----1,036 5,346' 7 15, 7111 16 15,7331 W. A. McDonald. J. H. Bux, Little Rock.Calif. 2141 18,023 67 8,187 164 8,630 W. E. Howe-----J.P.Iverson,Sacramento.,Colo. 201 828 0 1,882 193 2,0861 R. Snyder --------C. G. Lamb, Denver.Conn 6721 13,144 315 3,340 3,574 7,301 R. L. Smith-----Charles Johnson, Hart-l -ford.Del. 277 3,249 77 4,784 1,483 6,873 E. B. Simonds-. 0. A. Newton, Bridge-I -ville.D. .1 46 A. E. Wight.Fla 74 2,221 61 8,315 99 9,151 J. G. Fish-------J.V. Knapp, Tallahassee.Ga-----2,115 6,067 3 62,000 30 62,030 A. L. Hirleman. J. M. Sutton, Atlanta.Idaho.417 8,840 5 39,373 62 42,654 W. A. Sullivan. -A. J. Dickman, Boise.Ill------9, 285 98,800 1,690 54,673 5,593 205,802 J. J. Lintner-----D. W. Robison, Spring-I Ifield.nd.-.-.2,913 22,605 15 174,743 3,728 180,397 J. E. Gibson ------Frank H. Brown, Indi-anapolis.Iowa. 6,692 117,304 1,720 100,000 2,571 200,000 1. A. Barger-----M. G. Thornburg, DesMoines.Kans. 1,074 15, 502 57 103, 402 567 104, 252 N. L, Townsend-. J. H. Mercer, Topeka.Ky-----1, 026 7,857 5, 83,378 56 83,881 W. F. Biles-------D. E. Westmorland,Frankfort.La. .53 1,244 0 3,414 13 32,510 G. T. Cole-------E. P. Flower, BatonI Rouge.Me.-.-. 773 8,669 15 42,7751 944 43,755 0. R. Caldwell-.H. M. Tucker, Augusta.Md.-. 1,873 20,511 376 17,660 10,069 35,602 E. B. Simonds. James B. George, Balti-more.Mass1,1001 11,297! 1,276 4,421 2,302 7,773 E. A. Crossman. E. F. Richardson, Bos-I Iton.Mich-. 2,553 26, 406 131 184, 336 85 185,070 T. S. Rich.--------C. H. Clark, Lansing.Min. -6,786 141,825 1,132 114, 315 7, 120 122, 981 W. J. Fretz------C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.Miss. 9 632 1 12,848 26 12,881 H. Robbins------G. I3. Bradshaw, Jack-son.Mo----1,693 18,469 -53 88, 034 210 91,929 Ralph Graham.--: H. A. Wilson, Jeffersont ICity.Mont. 297 6, 46 29 34,227 72 37,842 J. W. Murdoch. W. J. Butler, Helena.Nebr.2,118 39,140 315 81, 756 114 82, 191 A. H. Francis -C. H. Hays, Lincoln.N70. 93 3,047 3 2,821 9 3,130 L. C. Butterfield--. Edward Records, Reno.N. H-.931 14, 03 548 3,334, 4, 553 8,166 E. A. Crossman__2 A. L. Felker, Concord.N. J -. 356 4.394 200 4,950 4, 104 13, 344 Ellis E. McCoy-.J. TI. McNeil, Trenton.N. Mex. 47 764 4 3, 422 24 3, 534 F. L. Schneider. Mat Keenan, Albuquer-I I que.N. Y__. 8, 615 122, 035 5, 010 25, 664 87 078 121,571 H. B. Leonard. E. T. Faulder,Albany.N C.__.101 1, 729 3 256, 5631 '361 256, 924' W. C. Dendinger William Moore, Raleigh.N. Dak. 2,116 42,730 226 59.187 5,378 71, 106 H. 11. Cohenour W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.Ohio. 8,818 67,497 618 249,463 762; 253, 457 A. J. De Fosset.__ C. McCandless, Colum--bus.-Okla .543 4,677 14 6, 756 2461 7,014 L. J. Allen. C. C. Hisel, OklahomaCity.Oreg. 1,084 9, 333 29 35, 372 582 35, 971 S. B. Foster -. W. H. Lytle, Salem.Pa. 4,163 3S,322 1,7851 122,022 6,199 140,831 J. B. Reidy------T. E. Munce, Harris-burg.R. I .47 1.092 80 2491 134 713 E. A. Crossman.-T. E. Robinson, Provi-dence.S. C.j 8881 2, 918 51 75,896 119 76,074, W. K. Lewis-----W. K. Lewis, Columbia.-S. Dak-. 2, 09a 41,570 4971 8,767 1, 297 10,634 J. 0. Wilson. T. 11. Ruth, Pierre.Tenn.-1, 3931 7,277 51 80, 900 125! 81, 143 H-. L. Fry-------J. M. Jones, Nashville.Tex-206 8,915 17 9,783 449 10,522. H. L. Darby ------N. F. Williams, FortWorth.Utah. 1,099 6.623 53 11, 98 103 12,531 F. E. Murray.W. H. Hendricks, SaltLake City.Vt.-.1,2191 27,570 454 2,476 8,5241 12,878 L. H. Adams -----Edward H. Jones, Mont-pelier.Va-----2,403 14, 20S 60 70, 196 995 71, 366 R. E. Brookbank. H. C. Givens, Rich-W .I mond.Wash. 1, 594 20,855 262 47,517 91 59,409 J. C. Exline-Robert Prior, Olympia.W. Va. 1,5941 7,725 17 69, 886 640 71,690 H. M. Newton-.John W. Smith, Charles-ton.Wis.---9,249 162.606 851 175,488 11,927 188, 282 J. S. Healy------Walter Wisnicky, Madi-I I son.Wyo. 21 539 0 11,817 4 13, 20M John T. Dallas. H. D. Port, Cheyenne.Total. 94, 795 1, 223, 169 18, 127!2, 612, 116 173, 189 3, 112,539!

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110 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January,SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, NOVEMBER, 1930Demonstrations Out-Bureau breaksveteriMeetPremises AutopFarms Farms reportedState narians ings adinvestisies quarancleaned to bu-engaged dressed gated Number Hogs pertined or andd reau vetin work treated erinar-jansAlabama----------1 --------109 3 134 2-----Colorado ----------1 4 17 ----------------12 -. .5Florida-------------1 .-.-. 53 24 270 5--------6Georgia------------1 .-.20 1 8 1 -. 7Idaho.---------------.33 75 1 174 6 4 1 4Illinois------------3 .141 1 30 76 1 28 49Indiana------------2 52 ------------4-----4 2 4Iowa--------------2 1 50 -----------------13 ----------------23Kentucky---------2 1 116 1 38 12 ----------------3Kansas------------1 .54 4 250 2 ----------------43Louisiana------------I.----.1 .67 6 116 2 ----------------14Maryland---------2 1 191 1 2 21 12 1 38Michigan----------2 .--. 112 5 240 23 ----------------17Mississippi ----------1.03 2 66 24 153 4 ---. -.-.Missouri----------.33 1 79 ----.---. .2-.---------6Nebraska----------.16 .--.-.--22 ----------------8 .4North Carolina.-.-1 .--64 1 172 7 ---------.--------3Ohio----------------2 131------131 ----------. .6-------------------35Oklahoma---------2 3 84 1 19 6 5 6South Carolina 1 .---35 24 585 4 ----------------2SouthDakota.--.-I ------4 1 66 5 ----------------7Tennessee---------.5 2 39 3 17 3 1 11Texas.--------------I -.---.58 1 100 4 2 .---. 15Virginia---1 ------.98 1 19 3 .1 . -----. 1Washington 1 1 40 -----------------6-6Oregon I ------Wisconsin---------1 -. 99 27 207 11 9 9Total ---------32.35 16 1,876 130 2,600 248 36 30 318I Fractions denote men devoting part time to the work.NOTE.-No work reported from California, Montana, Utah, and West Virginia.ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCEDUNDER LICENSES, NOVEMBER, 1930Tlyperim.Hyperii-Total serum ln e blood iUmiltreOuscompleted cleared virusvisC.C. C.c. C.C. C. .C.c.November, 130 ------------------45, 240. 637 37,432,03" 46, 561. ISO 3,514,853 9,801.428Novemihr, 1929. .-------------68, 949, Q" 54, 73', 435 4.5, G4O, 5p8 2, 415,225 7,397,942It month bs en dtd Novem ber, 193076A, 597, 0)5 616, 743, 741 75 3, 2()0, G1S 5S, 463, 018 157, 662, 38711 months ended Novenber, 1929. 947. 978, 525 6SO. 217, 371 784, 709, 71S 53, 963. 754 191.5238LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1930License No. 163-A was issued November 19, 1930, to the Fidelity Labora-tories (Inc.), Thirteenth Street and Bellevue B.ulevard, South Omaha, Nebr.(mailing address 820 Exchange Avenue, Chicago, Ill.), for avian mixed bacterin and pulloiin.License No. 191 was issued November 19, 1930, to Ashe Lockhart (Inc.),800-804 Woodswether Road, Kansas City, Mo., for antianthrax serum.License No. 197 was issued November 3, 1930, to the Patterson-HarwoodLaboratories, Fairmont Addition, Manhattan, Kans., for anti-hog-cholera serumand hog-cholera virus.LICENSES TERMINATED, NOVEMBER, 1930License No. 144, issued June 25, 1923, to Terrell's Laboratories, 308-324Texas National Bank Building, Fort Worth, Tex., was terminated November17, 1930, because of the discontinuance of production.PERMITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1930Permit No. 9 was issued November 28, 1930, to Burroughs Wellcome & Co.(U. S. A.) (Inc.), 9 and 11 East Forty-first Street, New York City, N. Y., for theimportation during 1931 of antileptospira scrum (canine), canine-distemper tissue

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19311 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 111vaccine, lamb-dysentery antitoxin, lamb-dysentery bacterin, leptospira bacterin(canine), manufactured by the Wellcome Physiological Research Laboratories,Langley Court, Beckenham, Kent, England.PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT,DECEMBER, 1930Docket No. 294.-In re Leo Schloss (Inc.), packer, Newark, N. J. On August12, 1929, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued a complaint, alleging thatrespondent had violated the act by engaging in a certain unfair, unjustly discrim-inatory, and deceptive practice. On September 17, 1929, the Acting Secretaryof Agriculture issued an order directing that the cause be continued until furtherorder therein. It now appears to the Secretary of Agriculture that the complaintshould be dismissed without prejudice. Accordingly, on December 15, 1930, thecomplaint was dismissed without prejudicing the right of the complainant toinstitute any further proceedings that he sees fit.Docket No. 316.-In re Meridian Union Stock Yards, market agency, Merid-ian, Miss. On July 9, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiryand notice, alleging violations of the act by failure of respondent to execute andmaintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of its obligations incurredas a market agency. Under date of July 25, 1930, the respondent acknowledgedthe service of the order of inquiry, admitted the truth of the matters and things therein alleged, and waived a hearing thereon. On September 15, 1930, theMeridian Union Stock Yards was suspended from registration as a market agencyfor six months, with leave during said period to apply for revocation of this sus-pension upon a satisfactory showing that it has filed a reasonable bond to suitabletrustees to secure the performance of its obligations incurred as a market agencyand has on file with the Bureau of Animal Industry a fully executed duplicate ofsaid bond. It was also ordered that the Meridian Union Stock Yards cease anddesist from doing business as a market agency without maintaining a reasonablebond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of its obligations incurred assuch market agency. On October 7, 1930, the respondent entered into a reason-able bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of its obligations incurredas a market agency and on October 24, 1930, a fully executed duplicate of saidbond was filed with the Bureau of Animal Industry. Accordingly, on December6, 1930, the suspension of the Meridian Union Stock Yards from registration as amarket agency for six months was revoked and terminated.Docket No. 324.-In re Harry S. Lambert, dealer, Union Stock Yards, Balti-more, Md. On August 13, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued aninquiry and notice, alleging violations of the act by failure of respondent toexecute and maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obliga-tions incurred as a dealer. On September 22, 1930, a hearing was held in this case. On November 20, 1930, the respondent entered into a reasonable bond to suitabletrustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as such dealer anda fully executed duplicate of the same was filed on November 26, 1930, with theBureau of Animal Industry at Washington, D. C. On December 23, 1930, therespondent was ordered to cease and desist from doing business as a dealer withoutmaintaining a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance ofhis obligations incurred as a dealer and without having on file with the Bureau ofAnimal Industry a fully executed duplicate of such bond or of some other satis-factory plan of guaranty.RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWSPenalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-latory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:Twenty-eight-Hour LawNew York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Livestock Quarantine LawMinneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway Co., $100 fine for failure tomark waybill "tuberculous cattle."Northern Pacific Railway Co. (two cases), $200 fine for failure to mark waybill "tuberculous cattle."

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U1tHVERSITY OF FI ORIDA3 1262 08852 7261112 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY (January, 1931tJ. H. Sistrunk, Lumberton, Miss., $10 fine for interstate transportation ofone bull from Mississippi to Louisiana without inspection, dipping, or certification.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. Sofar as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]Technical Bulletin No. 219. Mountain-Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) and Sheep.Laurel (Kalmia angustifolia) as Stock-Poisoning Plants. By C. Dwight Marshand A. B. Clawson, Pathological Division. Pp. 23, figs. 6.Department Bulletin No. 662 (revised). Vesicular Stomatitis of Horses andCattle. By John R. Mohler, Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 10.Circular No. 148. Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of Horses. By BenjaminSchwartz, Marion Imes, and Willard H. Wright, Zoological Division. Pp. 54,figs. 36.Farmers' Bulletin No. 1069 (revised). Tuberculosis in Livestock, Detection,Control, and Eradication. By John A. Kiernan (deceased) and A. E. Wight,Tuberculosis Eradication Division. Pp. 21, figs. 12.Studies of Vaccination during Calfhood to Prevent Bovine Infectious Abortion.By J. M. Buck, Experiment Station, Bethesda, Md. In Journal of Agricultur alResearch, vol. 41, No. 9, November 1, 1930. Key No. A-142. Germicidal Efficiency of Soaps and of Mixtures of Soaps with Sodium Hydrox-ide or with Phenols. By J. M. Schaffer and F. W. Tilley, Biochemic Division.In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 41, No. 10, November 15, 1930. KeyNo. A-142.Amendment 7 to B. A. I. Order No. 324, declaring names of counties placedin modified accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective December 1, 1930. P. 1(mimeographed).Statistical tables and maps showing progress in eradicating tuberculosis from livestock in the United States. Pp. 21, figs. 2. (mimeographed).ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYChief: JOHN R. MOHLER.Associate Chief: U. G. HoucK.Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER.Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN.Assistant to Chief: D. S. BURCH.Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief.Biochemic Division: M. DORSET, chief.Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoUcK, chief.Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief.Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, chief.Pathological Division: JOHN S. BUCKLEY, chief.Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief.Zoological Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief.Experimental Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent.Office of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.Office of Personnel: GEORGE R. BROWN, in charge.U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE* 1931For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. ---Price 5 centsSubscription price, 25 cents per year