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No. 81 (1914)-

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s. R. A. B. A\. ,SBf, .j Issbe,1930


u~;2 ta e epartm lt of Agricul 5



-u~JiSE ND LATO NT

BUREAU OF ANIMAL IND`
NOVEMBER, 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 the
service of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public ofieers
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. A supply will be sent to earb of~cial 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 director.. ... .~..........................................-~-~- 03
Notices regarding meat inspec tion................ ~.... ...~....................... 94
Animal casings from R ussia..............___....... ..........................~~ 94
Foreign m eat-inspection oflicial..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... 94
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, October, 1930 ................................. 94
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, October, 1930~.-.-....... 95
Cause of condemnation of carcasses, September, 1930~~. ._~~._._~~_~_.~~~.......................... 9
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, October,19b30._..~.... ~-............. 96
Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, October, 1930................ 96
Summary of bog-cbolera-control work, October, 1930 ____......._~~~_~~............... .............. 97
Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, October, 1930............... 97
Licenses issued for biological products, October, 1930~.~__.~ _~.~.___............................
Licenses terminated, October, 1930~ -...................~ -~............................
Perm itted disinfectan ts. ...... ................... ... .. ... ... .. ... .... ... .. 98
Permitted lime-sulphur and nicotine dips for scabies of cattle and sheep_~.~.~..~....~..~~...........~ 09
Proceedings under packers and stockyards act, November, 1930 .................................... 1 00
Results of tick-eredication work, July 1, 1906, to December I, 1930~~~. ..~............~-....~........ 102
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws__~........._....................... ~._.~~_.............. 102
New publications of the bureau.....--~~--~-............. .~.~.............. .~.~.......... ............ 103
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry,_.._.....................__.-....~...~.~._~._...... 103


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY
Meat Inspection Granted
.1014. Walker Pure Food Products Co. (Inc.), Stella and Arizona Streets, mail
309 Arizona Street, Fort Worth, Tex.
$1017. G. Pasquinelli and Son, 2633--2635 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Meat Inspection Ez fended
20-C. Wilson & Co., Chicago, Ill., to include David Beef Products Co.
IMeat Inspection Withdrawn
270. Sprenger Food Co. (Inc.), Lancast-er, Pa.
343. M~ouquin (Inc.), New York, N. Y.
905. Piemonte Sausage Manufacturing Co., Clinton, Ind.
910. Pinous & Batt (Inc.), Philadelphia, Pa.
From subsidiaries: Pacifle Coast Beef &r Provision Co., and Wilson-
Martin Co., under establishment 20-C, Wilson & Co., Chicago, Ill.
Change in Address of O86elal in Charge
Dr. S. A. King, P. O. box 1965 (office 24 Post Office Building), Paterson,
N. J.
Dr. H. Singleton, P. O. box 1294 (office Swift & Co., W~illiamns and Race
Streets), Montgomery, Ala.
Mr. S. Ml. Price, P. O. box 1294 (office Livestock Exchange Building),
Montgomery, Ala.

$ No sealed cars.
n207207 0.












Siubstations Discontinued

Clinton, Ind., meat inspection, under Terre Haute, Ind.
Lancaster, Pa., meat inspection, under Harrisburg, Pa.


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIOlk

ANIMAL CASINGS FROM RUSSIA

The permission granted in Service and Regulatory Announcements of October,
1927, and April, 1930, for the importation through foreign certification of animal
casings from Russia is hereby revoked. AUl animal casings which leave Russia
on and after December 15, 1930, shall be disinfected as required by Circular
Letter No. 1501 or Circular Letter No. 1629 as a condition for admission into the
United States.
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



CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Dr. Jeronym Ruzicka,___... ......


Shlep nd Goats Swine


I


- 1-----1------1


I I I i _


r The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for New York' and "All
other stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.
Horses slaughtered:
October, 1930.~......~~....~....~..~...... .~.~.~~............... .~~~.~.~.~......... .............. 17, 680
October, 1929..~........~.~.~......~........~..~......~... ......~....~.... ........................ 14, 6801
10 months ended--
October, 1930.. ............. ..........~.~~. ~.~...-........ ........ ........~. .~.-....... 10R, 512
October, 1929...................... ..~ .-,..~.-....~.~.~.~.......................-.......~.. 101, 502


[December.


Signature


NAME REMOVED FROMU LIST

Czechoslov~akia.-Dr. Jan Hamr.


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
OCTOBER, 1930


Station


Cattle


Calves


4,220
8, 196
310, 720
17,657
10, 504
34,457
16,099
15.434
6,352
145, 676
10,131
29,417
313,807
176,897
25,378
7,031
70, 643
80, 134
139,395
3,834
286, 197


1, 365, 325
13,064,672
11, 773, 223


..........

12 ,
4
..........

529

3 1


15


2
3
2
403

1,187
3.054
8,573
21, 003


Baltimore......~.. .~...~.~.~.................
B u ffalo.. ~.. .. .. .
Chicago .. .. .. .
Cinebuslti. ................ .....-~.............
C leveland . .. .. ..
Denver......._ ....~......... ..............
Detroit.~. .. . . .
Fort W orth_.......... .. .. .. .
Indianapolis...................... .
.Kansas Citr...................~................
Al ilwfaukee .. .................... ...........
National Stock Y'ards... ................
New Y'ork.~...................-.~.~............
O m aha...... . .
Philadelphia~.~................~............
St. Louis~.-.... .. .. ..
Slous City~....~.~...... ...~.~.~............
South St. Joseph~~...............
Solth St. Paul................. ...~.........
W~ichita.~...~....~...~....~.~..............
.91llother stations.... . .
Total:
October, 1930.. .. .
October, 19r29............ ..........
10 months ended october, 1930......
10 mont hs ended Octob~er, 1929.. ... ..
New York, B~rooklyn, Jersey' City, and
N ewfark 1________ ___ ___ .


8,569
9, 014
163, 940
16,482
7, 028
8,418
6, 802
27,666
17,5:55
96, 069
17, 190
38, 062
34,812
78,479
6, 724
17, 152
33,314
27, 775
50,296
8,031
153, 5&&

835,972
838, 939
6,873,769
6, 934, 594


906
2,134
41, 712
6,857
5, 820
1,677
6, 068
35, 038
3, 081
25, 083
45, 025
14,251
56, 023


8,470
2,586

61,500
2,371
96,7:91

438,013
398,354
3, 873, 719
3, 784, 287


86, 383
500,190

58. 683
17, 210
68, 157

78, 689
155,535

81,082
85, 025
107, 690
70,967
132,023
61, 208
75, 039
266,015
40,198
1, 267, 706

3,491,690
3.85;.147;
35, 595. 374
38, 863.115


42, 214 1


63, 584


378, 595 j..........


233, 801


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


~t~


































Cattle, excluding calves:
C hicago . . .
Ka~nsas City................... ................... .
P O m aha .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Swine:
C hi cag o . . .
Kan~ss City. ......... ........... ----- --- --- ------
Om ah a . . .


__


CAUSE OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, SEPTEMBSER, 1930

Cause Cattle Calvcs Shlepbasnd Sone,


E maciat ion ............ ...~..... ~........................ 8-12 45 5419 41
H~og ebolera..........~..........~.~...................... .........~..I. ...........I.I.......... 1,736
Inflammatolry diseases~............~..................... Old; 155 i 685 1, 791
Im m aturit y . . .. 7 . .
T uberculo is. .... ..... ..... ...... ..... ..... ..... .399 9 3 52
Other rauses.. .. . .. 1. 221 173 ( 58 2, 03
Total.~........_.......~..................... 4, 378 5;" 1,99 8,7g~34


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS .4ND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS, OCTOBER, 1930

The statements following show thle imports of food animals and of mieats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animanl Industry during October,
1930, w~ith figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of ftood arnimals

Country of export Cattle Swine S heep Goats

Mlexico...................~.~.~~~~~~~..~..~~........ ........~..... 78i1 .~.~.1...~~. 5
Canada..-........................... ............... 1, 3;2 56 131 3
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)................. 210 :....~~..)... .... ..... ........-.
Total:
October, 1930.~...~...~....~..... ~~...~.... 2, 363 56 131 8
October, 1929....................................... 48, 011 202 g~909 10
10 months ended O~ctober, 1930....~............ ...( 206,94J-3 ) 346 7,8 5
10 mont hs ended October, 1929~.. ................ 44 15, 842 296j 2 5, 47;0 217~


Imnported meals and rneat jood produ~cts


19301


SERVICE AND REGULATORY A~NNOUNCEM\IENTS


Inspections of lard at pll establis~hments, 112.395.;91 inspection pounds; comnpouind and other subs~tr-
tutes, -19,773,478 inspection pounds; sausage, fi8,5u4,;00 inspec~tion puuadli; ale-cmargarine, 13,887,949 in-
spec~tiosn pounds. Corresponding inspections for Oc~tober, 1929. Lasrd, 144~,342',718 inspection pounds;
compound and orber substitutes, 47,598,332 inspection pounds; -su~agr, ;9,;l10,;i29 inspection pounds;
oleomargarne, It1.,5'J.050 inspecrtice pounds.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not repre-ecnt actual pro~du~tio~n, as the ~smr product may have
been inspected and reorded more than once in the pro~cess oif manufacture 1


EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANlIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS. OCTOBER, 1930

Retatined for tube~rculosis

Total
jttunslaughter |a~d
Totral frCondemned


103.s40 4 505y 12 392'
0?..05 211 23 13 57
;d,479 488 25 71

509y,190 5;.,964 890 6 59
155, 535 7,16 60 55
107. C0 8, 611 84 ?r1


_~


Ut her nwat`t Tot3l
prroduits w e~iighit

PaunRdP Poun rdr

W.I.. 41 .8




29, I. 7 *14' it


10,l.0.31 15. ilh4~, ;RF
4,422.59 ;2~. 2N,2::


Country~ of port



A~rgentina ................. ...... ........
.lustralia...... ................... ......
Brazil.............................. ......
rannda............ ... ....
Ncew Zealand .................. ...........
I.ru~guay. "................ ..............
Other countrips..... ... .......
Total:
O)~ctber, V430)....... .............
October,1929.................... ~
10 months ended ~ctober, 1930.
10 months ended October. ]29..


Frleih and rerlgratedl.ICu~~- o


cadnned


Pou~rnds


I .


t:211, 314
.7,>. ~6


Ioth~r

Pou nds





; .. Q:
P. 3.......


Breef

PoUnIds


.
.



.~. ....... 2


Condemned in Octobecr, 1930:. Beef, 3,188 pounds, pork;. 52; pounds; total, .;I. :pounds. Refured entr!.
That, 132,416 pounds; plorki, 2,575 pojunds~; total, 134,09~1 pounds.





















Inspec~tor-in-charge


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


IDecember.


State






Ariz ~....
Ark...
Calif.... /
Colo~....
Conn.



D. C..

Fis._.....

Idaho...


Ind..-...

Towa....

Kans ....
Ky._.....

La._.....




M~ass.~...

MIinn... .




M~ont. ..
Nebr. ..
Nev......

N.J.~..
N. Mex.

N. Y._...
N. C....
N. Dak .
Ohio. ...

Okla....

Oreg...


R. I.....


S. Dak..
Ten....


Utab...






W. V'a.

Wis.~....

Wyo~.~..

Total.


State official





C. A. Cary, Auburn.
R. J. Bight, Phoenix.
J. H. Bux, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacra-
mento.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
Charles Johnson,Harrt-
ford.
O. A. New~ton, Bridge-
ville.

J. V. Knapp, Tallabas-
see.
J. I. Sutton, Atlanta.
A. J. Dickman, Boise.
D. W. Ro bison, Spring-
field.
Frank H. Brown, In-
dianapolls.
MI. O. Thornburg. Des
M~oines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmoreland,
Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
H. MI. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George, Balti-
D30FP.
E. F. R ichardson, Bo. -
ton.
C. H. Clark, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
O. B. Bradshawf, Jack-
son.
H. A. Wiilson, Jeffergon
City.
W. J. Bt~tler, Helena.
C. H. Hays, L~incoln.
Edward Records, Reno.
A. L. Felker, Comrord.
J. H. M~cNeil, Trenton.
M~at Keenalr, Albuquer-
que.
E. T. Fauldler, Albany.
William M~oore, Raleigh.
W'. F. Crewe, Bismaro k
C. M~cCandless, Colum-
bus.
C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma
City.
W. H. Lylle, Salem.
T. E. Mlunce, Harris-
bulrg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
W. F;. Lewis. Columbia.
T. H. Ruth, Pierre.
J. Mi. Jones, Nashville.
N. F. W'illiams, Fort
Worth.
W. H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake Cityi.
Edwarrd H. Jones, MTont-
pelie~r.
H. C. Givens, Rich-
mond.
Robert Prior. Olympin.
John W\. Smith, Charles-
ton.
Waslter W'isnickyg, Madi-
son.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.


Tuberculin tests dur- Toltodt
ing month


Once- Ae- Herds
HrsCattle Ca-tested- cred- under
or tested ter- free! ited super-
lots cted herds herds vision


I3,22 2.4 1 22,381 317 24,98
69 2,165 8, 79 46 8, 851
751 5, 9 14,65 1 1,68
115 8, 220( 28( 8, 0981 1591 8,62

4134 41 1, 3631 1901 2,006
651 9, 950 1951 3.360 3,544( 7,26

39 4,165 1 4er 7281 1, 471 6, 83

.. .. .. .. .. 44 I 6
383, 9321 I1 2991 991 9, 135

3,015 10,02 59, 936 301 59,97
381 4, 541 21 30,113) GI 42, 391
13, ?57 133, 651, 9691 50, 9321 5,5931 201, 89

3, 4471 28, 654 541 174, 7431 3, 7281 180, 397

7. 797) 133, 8 2,1061 100,000 2,558/ 200,000
037~ 12,4 2 3 102. 604 564l 103, 312
2,84 10, 69 13 83, 024 3 83, 825

130 2, 5161 801 3, 3901 131 3, 59
46i3 4.470 a331 42,7751 9441 43,7
1. 0 15. 8 22 17, 347 8, 846 35, 19

771 9, 3051 1, 0851 4, 254 2, 2871 7, 457

3.00 5 4 1161 184.23;3 881 185,0;0
8.9391 130,4321 6831 113,8821 7,1331 122,517
295 2,kj 061 12, 8141 261 12, 850
1, 843! 20, 3171 201 86, 4961 2351 90, 364

560i 9,3211 42 33.9901 691 37,610
2,915 60, 7411 2761 79, 6;5 1141 79. 995
68s 2. 6931 I 2 7511 91 3, 060
30 3,38 9 3.33 41.5 8,160 O
551 7,28 37 ,8 4 ,077 513,3
12 316 8 3, 44 2 ,54

8, 808 00, 16 3, 027 2,518,19 121, 431
33 1, 134 4 236.56 36 256, 02-
,34 41, 260 13 58. 628 5, 3 2 7;0, 478
14, 417 98, 89 92 25, 9 83 A,2

1, 980 14, 42 21 6, 242 23 6, 497

1.0361 9 1855 18 34 3241 5521 34,887
9, 2 88 S, 886, 1, 861 121, 251 6, 061 139, 815
I I
00 1,0331 17 29 14 73

1.,2 4,333 475, 019 13186 75, 19
I 361 31. 215 24 9, 56 278 11, I
1, 401 7, 612 0 7, 50 10 70, 74 ,
531 8,105, 11 .54 4-11 10, 3
1, 0051 5, 3851 86 11, 184 9 11, 638

699~ 15 8191 37 252 8,381 12,856

3,082i 16,3141 74i 0.18 99 1.46 :

1,720~ 16. 381 105. 47,2061 91 58. 90 1
1, 8581 8, 263 12 8,94 60 0 78

9, 844 158, 132 422: 1;5, 515, 11, 920) 188, 22

61; 1, 274 9, 11. ;96J 4 13, 15

120, 210 1. 320, 885 15, 033 2, j386, 565 170, 613 3, 083, 8301


R. E. Jackbson.....

W.~ A. M~cnonald.
R. Snyder...~.....

W. E. Howe..-....
R. L. mith..~....

E. B. Simonds....

A4. E. W'ight.~....
J. O. Fish.........

A. L. Hirleman...
WV. A. Sullivan_....
J. J. Lintner~......

J. E. Gibson~......

J A. Barger..~.~..

N. L. Townsend..
W. F. Biles.......

G. T. Cole.._.._..

0. R. Caldwfell.~..
E. B. Simonds.~...

E. A. Crossman~...

T. S. Rich.....

H. Robbins..~.....

Ralph Graham.~...

J. W. M~urdtch.~..
A. H. Franc~is.....
L. C. Butterfield..
E. A. Crowsman...
Ellis E. M~cCoy...
F. L. Schneid.r~...

H. B. Leonard..~..
W. C. Dendinger.
H. HI. Cohcno~ur..
A4. J. De Foo~set.~..

L. J. Allen. .~.....

S. B. Fosterr..~....
J. B. Reidy~.~.~...

E. A9. Crossurn.~..

W. K. Lewfis-..~...
.I. O. W'ilsol ...
H. L. Fry_._~~....
H. L. Darby.~.....

F. E. M~urray._....

L. H. Adams......

R. E. Brookbank.

J. C. Exline.......
H. MI. Newton._...



John T. Dallas-....


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WTORK IN COOPERATION
WITTH STATES, OCTOBER, 1930









SERVICE AND REGULATORY' ANN(UOUNCE~IEMENT


19501


Demonstrations I

hIleet- /Premises
ings ad- investi-
dressed; gated H,__ ogs


treated






13.3
154 1
121 .
2,50

75
10 ,

61
106


...~-.....
.. .. .. i


I
. .







2



1
1


Autop- quma- ceanaed
sles per- tined or and dis-
fomdIcarded 'infected


Out-


to bu-
rea et-
ermnari-
anS



2
9
10
21
5
04
24

7
,4

33
43



II




17
6ci


State


California..... .06
Colorado...... .5
Florida..... .. 1. 5
Georgia............. 1. 33
Idaho.... .... .33
linois..~.~.~....... 3
Indiana.~...-.~.-.... 2
lowfa..~~~.~..~...... 2
Louisiana...... I
Kansas.............: 1
Kent ucky...-~.... i 2
hlaryland~~.~.......

nlit sissippi~.~....... I

M~ontana.-..~.~.~... .3
Nebraska~..~....... .3
North Carolina.....l 1
Obio....~........... I
Oklaboma..........l 1
South Carolina.....i 1
South Dak~ota.~.~... I
Tennessee..~-.......
Texas..-............. 1I

Wa~'shington........ 1.5 J
Oregon.-.._..._.....J 1
Wisc~onsin... 1

Total..... 32. 02


N umber



120 .

19 .
59 9
48 II
151 4
167 1
95 .
58 2
35 2
50 ........~.
36 1
237 1


12 2


34 2

13 8 6
16 ......... -
70 1._.. .....
55 .. .. .

25 1 I
27 3
95 8 S

1,946 64


. .


.........


5 l.~.-...i.... ......

10 : I ~
;9 '......... 36
l" 5 .
15 . .


15 .




lb 15 ......... li /ltlii l


19 .. .. .. .. ..
_ 1 .. .


37
126

1,002 '


..._


I Fractions denote men devoting part time to the work.

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUMl AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, OCTOBER, 1930


ST~tal serum C0 ar 18 -e
com ~letedblood cleared


C. c. C. c. C c.
Orr ober, 1930......~..~..~.......... 90, o36, 675 80. 516, 922" I9, 803, 984
October, 1929........ .........~.... 84~, 1623, 4,31 6.. ;. 7.360, 183
10 months ended Ojctolber, 1930. ... 715, 356, 365 5;9,311,703 6,9.3 ,
10 months ended October, 1929....1 881, 02,O -13 625,480, 936 735, :69,. 1"0


v irus


C. c. ,
3..347, 771
541,915, 1855
51, 545, 5"9


C. c.
9, 496, 028
11, 86i5, 390
147, C61, 959
184, 128. 296B


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, OCTOBER, 1930

License No. 9 w-as issued October 27, 1930, to the Lederle Lab~oratories (Inc.),
10iddletowfn Road, Pearl River, N. Y'., for: A-bortion va~ccine (bovine); abortion
vaccine (bovine) (killed organisms); anthrax spore vaccine; antianthrax serum;
antiblackleg serum; anticanine-distemper serum; antienmnie muixed-infection
serum; ant~ihemorrhagic-sepjticemia serum (bovine); antIhemlorrhagic-septic-e mia
serum (porcine); ant~i-hog-cholera serum; anti-influenza serum (equine); anti-
mastitis serum (bovine'); antiswine-erysipelas serum (suelro contra el mal rojo)
(for export only); antiw~hite-scours serum (bov~ine); autogenouis vaccine (killed
organismss; avian tuberculin; blackleg aggression; blackleg filtmrte; blackleg-tissue
vaccine; black~leg vaccine killedd organisms); canine-distemper v-accine; canine-
distemper virus; chicken-pox vanccine; equine-infiluenza mixed vancerne killed
organliisms); hemorrhagicl-septiremia aggression; he~morrhagic-septi cemiai combined
vaccine (for cattle) (killed organisms); hlemorrhagic-septicemia combined vaccine
(for sheep) (killed organisms); hemorrhagic-sept icemlia combined vaccine ('for
swine) (killed organismss; hemorrhagic-septic~emia vaccine (for fow~ls) (killed


SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, OCTOBER, 1930


narians
engaged
In work I







98 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December.

organisms); hog-cholera virus; mallein; mastitis mixed vaccine (bovine) (killed
organisms); mixed bacterial vaccine (bovine) (killed organisms); mixed bacterial
vaccine (canine) (killed organisms); mixed bacterial vaccine (equine) (killed
organisms); mixed bacterial vaccine (for fowls) (killed organisms); mixed bacterial
vaccine (for swine) (killed organisms); normal horse serum; rabies vaccine;
staphylococcus combined vaccine (equine) (killed organisms); streptococcus
combined vaccine (equine) (killed organisms); swine erysipelas vaccine (cultivos
del mal rojo) (for export only); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin; white-scours
vaccine, mixed (f or calves) (killed organisms).
License No. 52 was issued October 24, 1930, to the Cutter Laboratory, Fourth
and Parker Streets, Berkieley, Calif., for: Normal serum (bovine); normal serum
(equine.)
License No. 112 was issued October 31, 1930, to the Fort Dodge Serum Co.
(Inc.), 600:h Central Avenue, and 2 miles from city in Douglas township,
Fort Dodge, Iow-a, for hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria.
License No. 133 wras issued October 2, 1930, to the National Vaccine and Serum
Co., 443 and 447 to 501 East Las Vegas Street, Colorado Springs, Colo., for:
Abortion mixed bacterin bovinee; abortion vaccine (bovine); blackleg aggression;
hemorrhagic-septicemia aggression; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; mixed
bacterin (avian); mixed bacterin (porcine).
License No. 148 was issued Oct~ober 13, 1930, to the W. F. Straub Laboratories
(Inc.), 5514-55j20 Northwest Highway,2 Chicago, Ill., for: Autogenous bacterin;
avian hemorrhagi e-septicem ia bacteria n; avian m ixed bacteria n bov ine-abortion
bacterin; bovine-abortion mixed bacterin; bovine-abortion vaccine; bovine
hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; bovine keratitis mixed bacterin; bovine-
mastitis streptococcus bacterin; bovine mixed bacterin; bovine pulmonary mixed
bacterin; calf-scour mixed bacterin; canine mixed bacterin; canine staphylococcus
bacteria n; equine abortion mixed bacterin; equine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin;
equine influeniza mixed bacterin; equine mixed polyvalent bacterin; equine
navel-ill mixed bacterin; fowl-cholera and typhoid mixed bacterin; hemorrhagic-
septicemia bacterin; ovine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; ovine mixed bac-
terin; pig-scour mixed bacterin; roup bacterin; swine-abortion mixed bacterin;
swine hemorrhagic-septicemnia bacterin; swine mixed bacteria.
License No. 179 w~as issued October 13, 1930 to the Columbus Vaccine Co.,
9 West P~oplar Avlenue, Columbu~s, Ohio, for: Roup bacterin; pullorinl.

LICENSES TERMIINATED, OCTOBER, 1930
License No. 9, issued Masrch 26, 1930, to the Lederle Laboratories (Inc.),
Pearl River, N. Y., was terminated October 27, 1930, because of changes in the
form of names of products composed of suspensions of killed organisms. The
license was reissued October 27, for the products named above.
Licenses No. 133, issued January 1, 1921, August 1, 1921, MIay 24, 1926,
March 11, 1926, and July 16, 1928, to The National Vaccine and Serum Co.,
447 and 501 East Las V'egas Street, Colorado Springs, Colo., were terminated
October 2, 1930, because of change in ownership and the discontinuance of
abortion bacterin (bovine); blackileg filtrate; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin
(for cattle); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin (for sheep); and suipestifer bacterin.
The license was reissued October 2, 1930, for the products named above.
License No. 148, issued October 19, 1929, to the WV. F. Straub Laboratories
(Inc.), 5514--5520 Nort~hwest Highw~ay, Chicago, Ill., was terminated October 13,
1930, because of the discontinuance of canine-distemper mixed bacterin and
changes in the form of names of some products, the word "infection" being
omited from atvian mixed-infection bacterin; bovine mixed-infection batcterin;
canine mixed-infection bacterin; and swine mixed-infection bacterin. The li-
cense was reissued October 13, for the products named above.
License No. 179, issued August 5, 1927, to the Columbus Vaccine Company, 9
West Poplar Street, Columbus, Ohio, was terminated October 13, 1930, because
of the discontinuance of mixed infection bacterin (f or fow~ls). The license was
reissued October 13, for the products named above.

PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS
In, accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, the bureau has granted
permission to American Veterinary Laboratories, K~ansas City, Mio., for the distri-
bution and use of San-I-Sol," under the name of Cresoapol"' in the general dis-
infection of cars, yards, and other premises. Cresoapol"' is identical with San-
I-Sol," manufactured by McLaughlin Gormley King Co., of Mlinneapolis, Minn.






























I


1 Dryv lime-sulpbur dips.

DISTRIBUTORS OF PERMITTED LRIE-SULPHUR DIPS


99O


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


19301


CHANGE IN NAME OF PERMITTED DISINFECTANT

The bureau previously granted permission to the Antiseptic Products Co. of
Denver, Colo., for the use of "A~nchor Branch Cresol Compound" in the general
disinfection of cars, yards, anid other premises. This name has been discon-
tinued and the company is now manufacturing this product under the trade name
of "Anchor Brand Saponified Cresol Solution."



PERMITTED LlIME-SULPHUR AND NICOTINE DIPS FOR SCABIES OF
CATTLE AND SHEEP

[Rev-ised to Nov. 14, 19.30]


Name of dip


M~anufact urer


The Adams Lime &: Sulpbur Dip............
The Anebor Brand Lime and Sulpbur Dip..
Armatrong's Lime and Sulpbur Dip..~.......
Avalon Farms Lime-Sulphur Dip...........
Curts-Folse Lime and Sulphur Solution.....

Devoe Lime and Sulphur Solution.........~..
Dowf Lime-Sulpbur Solution....... ..........
Dow Dry Lime Sulphur 1____________ ___.....
Eck man's Li me-Sul p bur SolutIion...........
"'Flag Brand" Lime Sulpbur Solution..~.....
Grasselli Lime-Sulpbur Solution ............
Kilseab_ I_... .........~..... ...~~....~......
Lariat Cattle Dip. ..~..~..... .........~......
Latimer's Lime-Sulpbur Solution ............
Lilly's Lime and Sulpbur Solution..........
Mlaas Lime-Sulpbur Solution ................

Mission Brand Lime-Sulpbur...............

National Lime and Sulphur Dip.~~...........
Niagara Lime and Sulphur Solution.........
Orchard Brand Lime and Sulpbur Solution..
Orthro Sprays Lime-Sulphur Solution~......
Rex Lime and Sulphur Solution.....~.~. ....
Ric~hard's Lime and Sulphur Dip...~......~..
8. J. Brand Lime Sulpbur Solution..........
Sherwin-W'illiams Lime Sulpbur Solution.~..
Sherwin-W'illiams No. 15 Cattle Dip~._.......
Shur-Shot Cartle Dip................ .......
Springdale Brand Lime-Sulpbur Solution...
Union Lime and Sulpbur Solution...........
Upon Honor Lime-Sulpbur W\ash..........
Y'akima Lime-Sulpbur Dip......_ ....


Antiseptic Products Co. (her.), Denver, Colo.
Do.
Armstrong Paint & \'arnish W'orks, Chicago, Ill.
Avalon Farms Co., Chicago. Ill.
Curts-Folse Laboratories, 70--7 Central Av\enue, Kaonsas
City, KaYns.
Devoe~ & Reyno~lds, Chicago, Ill.
Dow Chemical Co., Mlidland, M~ich.
Do.
Eckman Chemical Co., Omaba, Nebr.
National Chemical c'o. of California, San Francisco, Calif.
Grasselhl Chemical r'o., Cleveland, Ohio.
Sherw-in-W;illiams Co., Clev-elandl, Ohio.
General Chemical Co., New York, N~. Y'.
Latimer Chemical Co., Grand Juncrion, Colo.
Chas. Hl. Lilly Co., Seattle, Waseh.
A. R. Alaus Chemicail Co. (Inc., 3035 East Eighth Street,
Los Angeles, Calif.
Los Angeles Chemical Co. (inc.), 22?00 Sanra Fe Av~enue,
Los Angeles, Calif.
National M~edical Co., Sheldon, Iowa.
Oregon Spray & Gas Co., Portland, Ores~
General Chemical Co., San Francisco, Calif.
The Califormla Sprags-Chemical Co., W'atsourille, Ca'lif.
The Rea Co., Omaha, Nebr.
R. D). Richards, Crawfford, N'ebr.
San Jose M~anufacturing Co., San lose, Callf.
Sherwfion-illiams Co., Cleveland, Obio.
Do.
The Olidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Benton C~ounty Hardware Co., Bentonville, Ark.
Union Food & Chemical Co., (,matia, Nebr.
Chicago Paint W'orks, Chicago, Ill.
Y'akima \'alley\ Spray~ Co., Yaklimai, Wa~h.


Name of dip


Kilsealb !. .......

Grasselli Lime-Sulpbur Solu-
tion.
Do. .............. .... ..~..

Dow Dry Lime Sulpbur I.....

Kilseab '. .. .
Curts-Folse Lime and Sulpbur
Solution.
Kilseab 1~.... ....... ~~~~
Do.l.~...~.......~...........
D o.I__ _.... ..... ..



r Dry lime-sulphur dips.


Distributed under name of-


Aerme D~ry Lime Sulpbur. ..

Bremeo Dip..~.........~.....

Cooper's Lime-and-Sulphur
Dip.
Devoe Dry Lime and Sul-
pbur.
Grreen Cross Scab Dip.......
Jen-Sal Lime and Sulphur
Solution.
Killmange. .................
Seasbes... .......~....
Scabi Dip.~.... .~~~~


Distributor


Aeme W~hite Lead & Color Works, Detroit,
M~ieb.
Breeders Supply Co., Council Bluffs, iowa.

Wmr. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, ll.

Devoe & Reyvnolds, C'hicago, Ill.

Lucas Kil-Tone Co., V'ineland, N. J.
Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Kan-
sas City, M~o.
Norden Labloratories, Lincoln, Nuebr.
Corn States Serum Co., Omaba, Nebr.
Aeme W'hite Lead &: Color W'orks, Detroit,
M~ieb.







100 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December.

PERMITTED NICOTINE DIPS

Name of dip 1Manufacturer

Black Leaf Tobacco Extract................. Tobacco By-Products &r Chemical Corporation, Louisville,
Ky.
Black Leaf 40..~..~~~~_........................ Do..
Dip Tobacco~...._~_. .~...~......_........... Consumers Tobacco Co., Albuquerque, N. Mex.
Desch Noeitine Sulphate-_...~.~._._........ Dosch Chemical Co., Louisville, Ky.
Hall's Nicotine Sulphate-...~~................ Hall Tobacco Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Nicotinum, ANCO. Brand................... American Nicotine Co., H~enderson, Ky.
N. P. C. Nicotine Sulphate..................I Nicotine Production Corporation, Clarksville, Tenn.
Skaboura.................................. Nicatin Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.


PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKLYARDS ACT,
NOVEMBER, 1930
Docket No. 166.--In re the Traders' Live Stock Exchange v. Kansas City
Stock Yards Co., Kansas City, Mo. On July 16, 1926, the Traders' Live Stock
Exchange, a voluntary association, et al., proceeding under the provisions of the
packers and stockyards act, 1921, filed with the Secret.ary of Agriculture a com-
plaint seeking reparation in the suml of $300,000, on behalf of 257 individual
traders who had reweighed livestock in the so-called commission division of the
Kansas City Stock Yards, charging that the reweight charges were unjust, un-
reasonable, and discriminatory. On July 24, 1926, the Acting Secretary of
Agriculture issued an order entitled, "Service of Complaint Seeking Reparation,"
which was duly served on the defendant, ealling upon the said defendant to
satisfy the complaint or to answer it in writing. On Mays3 29, 1930, the Secretary
of Agriculture received a request for the dismissal of the complaint of the Traders'
Live Stock Exchange, which request was confirmed by action of the Board of the
Traders' Live Stock Exchange on November 6, 1930, notice of which was duly
given to the Secretary of Agricult.ure. On November 26, 1930, the Secretary of
Agriculture dismissed this case without prejudicing the right of the complainant
to institute such future proceedings as he sees fit.
Docket No. 318.--In re Charles W. King, dealer, Union Stock Yards, Baltimore,
hld. On July 24, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and
notice, alleging violations of the act by failure of respondent to execute and main--
tarin a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as a
dealer. On September 8, 1930, a hearing was held in this case at which respondent
testified and was also represented by counsel. On November 5, 1930, the respon-
dent was suspended from registration as a dealer for six months, with leave
during said period to apply for revocation of this suspension upon showing satis-
fact~ory proof to the Secretary of Agriculture that he has filed a reasonable bond
to suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as a
dealer, and has filed with the Bureau of Animal Industry at Washington, D. C.,
a fully executed duplicate of such bond. It w-as further ordered that respondent
cease and desist from doing business as a dealer without executing and maintaining
a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations
incurred as such dealer and without. having on file wlit~h the Bureau of Animal
Industry at Washington, D. C., a fully; executed duplicate of such bond, or some
other satisfactory plan of guaranty.
Docket No. 320.--In re J. C. Holestine, dealer, Springfield, Mo. On July 31,
1930, the Acting Secretary of Argricultlree issued an inquiry and notice, alleging
insolvency in that respondent could not pay his debts as they became due in the
usual course of business. On November 5, 1930, respondent acknowledged
service of inquiry and notice and admitted the trut.h of t.he matters and things
therein alleged and waived a hearing thereon. On November 21, 1930, re-
spondent was suspended from registration as a dealer for six months, with leave
during said period to apply for revocation of this suspension upon satisfactory
proof t~o the Secretary of Agriculture that he is then solvent.
Docket No. 325.--In re Fred luorgenegg~, market agency, National Stock
Yards, Ill. On September 10, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued
an inquiry and notice, alleging v.iolation of the act. by failure of respondent to
executbe and maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obliga-
tions incurred as a market agency. The respondent admitted the truth of the
matters and things alleged and waived a hearing thereon. A satisfactory bond
was 61led by respondent effective October 15, 1930, and on November 19, 1930,
the respondent wa~s ordered to cease and desist from doing business as a market







1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOuNCEMENTS 101

agency without executing and maintaining a reasonable bond to secure the
performance of his obligations incurred as a market agency and without having
on file with the. Bureau of Animial Industry at W'ashington, D. C., a fully executed
duplicate of such bond.
Docket No. 327.-In re Goodson-Green Co., market agency and dealer,
Kanfsas City Stock; Yards, Kiansas City, 100. On September 23, 1930, t~he
Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging unfair and
deceptive practices in violation of the act, in that respondent in addition to the
regular commission charged his customers made a profit by increasing the price
actually paid for the hogs and by increasing the w~eight at which the hogs w~ere
purchased for his customers. On October 28, 1930, service of the inquiry- was
acknowledged, the truth of the matters and things therein alleged admitted, anid
a hearing thereon w~aived. On November 13, 1930, the respondent w~as ordered
to cease and desist from continuing, in violation of the packers and stockyards
act, t~o engage in or use any unfair and deceptive practices in connection wi;th
receiving, buying, or selling of livestock in commerce at a stockyard; and re-
spondent was suspended from registration as a market agency a~nd dealer for
six months from the 1st. day of December, 1930.
Docket. No. 328.--In re Mloore Commission Co., market agency, Ka~nsas City
Stock Yards, Kiansas City, Mlo. On September 29, 1930, t~he Acting Secretary
of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging that respondent wvas insolvent
in that he w~as unable t~o pay his debts as they became due in the usual course of
business. On October 27, 1930, the respondent acknowledged service of the
inquiry and notice and admitted the truth o~f the matters and things therein
alleged anid wanived a hearing thereon. On November 10 the respondent wa~s
suspended from registration as a market agency for six mont hs, w~it h lea ve during
said period to apply for revocation of this suspension uponi a showing satisfactory
to the Secretary of Agriculture that he is then solvent.
Docket No. 329.-Iln re Arnold Dairy Calf Co., dealer, Kiansas City Stock
Yards, Kiansas City, Rlo. On October II, 1930, t~he Acting Sceretary of Agri-
culture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging violations of the act by failure of
respondent to execute and manint~ain a reasonable bond to secure the performance
of his obligations incurred as a dealer. On October 31, 1930, thle respondent
admitted the truth of the matters and things alleged in the inquiry and w~aived
a hearing thereon. On November 17, 1930, respondent wass suspended from
registration as a dealer for six months, with leave during said period to apply for
revocation of this suspension uponi a satisfactolry show-ing to the Secretary~ of
Agriculture that he has filed a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure thle
performance of his obligations incurredi as a dealer and has on file with the
Bureau of Animal Industry at Washington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of
such bond. The respondent wans also ordered to cease and desist from doing
business as a dealer without executing and maintainiing a reasonable bond~ to
suitable t~rust~ees to secure t~he performance of his obligations incurred as such
dealer and without having on file w~ith the Bureau of Animal Industry at Wash-
ington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond, or some other satisfactory
plan of guaranty.
Docket No. 331.-In1 re A. H. Rouse Commission Co., dealer and market
agency, Kiansas City Stock Yards, Kiansas City, Mlo. On October 28, 1930, the
Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging that re-
spondent was insolvent in that she w~as unable to pay her debts as they became
due in the usual course of business. On November 10, 1930, the respondent
acknowledged service of the inqluiry and notice and admitted the truth of the
matters and things therein alleged as of the date of the inquiry and waived a
hearing thereon. On November 26, 1930, respondent w~as suspended from regis-
tration as a dealer and as a market agency for six months, w-ith leave during said
period to apply for revocation of this suspension upon satisfactory proof that she
is then solvent.
Docket No. 332.--In re Luther & Co., dealer, Peoria, Ill. On October 28, 1930,
the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging that
respondent was insolvent in that he w~as unable to pay his debts as they became
due in the usual course of business. On November 7, 1930, respondent acknow~l-
edged service of the inquiry and notice and admitted the truth of the matters
and things therein alleged and wanived a hearing thereon. On November 21,
1930, respondent w-as suspended from registration as a dealer for six months
w~ith leave during said period to apply~ for revocationi of this suspension upon
satisfactory proof to the Secretary of Agriculture that he is then solvent.








102 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRIAL [December.

RESULTS OF TICK-ERADICATION WORK, JULY 1, 1906, TO DECEMBER
1, 1930


Countieseqduar- Counties Released counties, tick free on-
released
States to
Jugly Dec. 1, De9301, Nov. 1, Nov. 1, Nov. 1, Nov. 1, |Nov. I,
1906 1930 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930

Alabama.~................... 67 0; 67 49 57 50 63 64
Arkansas~~.-...........~.. I 75 15 60 41 44 45 45 53
California. ~...-.............. 15 0 15 15 15 15 15 15
Florida........... 67 32 35 12 14 22 30 33
Gerga ............. 158 0 158 151 153 154 155 1 58
Kentucky...................~ 21 0 2 2 2 2 2 2
Louisiana~............ .. 64 42 22 11 4 8 3 1
M~ississippi.....~ ......~. 82 0 82 47 46 45 55 | 7
Mlissouri~.~.-................ 4 0 4 4 4 4 41 4
Nort h Carolina.. -........... 73 0 73 73 71 73 73 70
Oklaboma...-..~.... ........ 61 0 61 55 541 54 60 61
South Carolina.~.......... ... 46 0 46 40 44 46 46 46
Tennessee.~..~~. ...... .... ~ 42 0 42 42 42 42 42 42
Texras..... ... ... 198 57 141 72 77 70 94 116
V'irginia~...............~.....I 31 1 0 31 27 26 29 30 31
Total.................I 951416 839 641 653 677 717 7 83

Areas released from Federal quarant ine Dec~ember 1, 1930: Arkansas, 4 whole counties and remainder of
I county; Florida, 5 whole counties and part of I county, Texas, 9 whole counties, remainders of 2 counties,
and part of I count y. (Tot al released: 18 whole cou ntie, remain nders of 3 cou nties, and parts of 2 counties.)
Areas released from Federal quarantine July 1, 1930: M~ississippi, 17 whole counties. (This released the
entire State from quarantine.) No areas were requarantined during the calendar year 1930.



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:

Twenly-eight Hour Law

Chicago, Milwaukiee, St. Paul & Pacific Ratilwayv Co. (four cases), $400 penal-
ties.
Inldiana H~arbor Belt Railroald Co. i three cases), $300 penalties.
Illissouiri, Kiansas & Tesas Railw~ay Co., $100 penalty.
MLissouri Pacific Railroad Co. (14I cases, b1,400 penalties.
Panhandlle &t Santa Fe Railway\ Co., 5P100 penalt.y.
Pennsylvarnia Railroad Co. threee cases), S;300 penalties.
St. Louis-Sa n Francisco Railway\ Co. (14 cases), 81,4100 penalties.
Southern Paeific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
WabastRh Railwvay Co. (:foulr casess, $40)0 penalties.
L~ivestock Quarantine Law

Atchi'son, Top~eka & Santa Fe Railway Co., $100 fine for failure to mark way-
b~ill 't ub e rculIous ca tt le."'
Chlicago~, 1\lilwaukee, St. Paul &S Pacific Railw~ay Co., $100 fine for interstate
m~ovemeint of infectious car without cleaning and disinfection under bureau
supervision.
Chicagpo, Rock Island &t Pacific Railway Co., $200 fines (tw~o leases) for interstate
movement of infectious car without cleaning and disinfection under bureau
supervision.
Illinois Central Railroad Co., $100 fine for interstate transportation of one dead
hog in same car w-ith live animals.
New York Central Ratilroad Co., $100 fine for interstate movement of infectious
car without, cleaning and disinfection under bureaut supervision.
MCeat Inspection Law

Samiuel Mandelbaum, Gonshen, N. Y'., $300 fine for "offering unsound meat
.for interstate shipment.. "
David M~arksheild, Damascus, Pa., same offense, $100 fine.
O. F. Robinson, Eases Junction, Vt., same offense, $50 fine.








19301 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 103

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU

[The bureau keeps no mailing list, for sending publications to indivFidual employees but sends copies to
-offic~ers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.
So far as possible additional copies will be furnishedl on reqluest]l

Technical Bulletin No. 208. Beef From Calves Fed Grain Before and After
~Weaning. By W. B. Black, Animal Husbandry Division, and E. A. Trow~bridge,
University of Missouri. Pp. 24, figs. 9.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1263 (revised). Breeds of Swine. By E. Z. Russell,
Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 18, figs. 18.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 578 (revised). The Making and Feeding of Silage.
By T. E. Woodward and J. B. M'c~julty, Bureau of Dairy Indusitry~; George M.
Rommel and E. W. Sheets, Animal Busbandry Division; and F. R. Marshall,
-collaborator, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 26, figs. 11.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1506 (revised'). Standard Breeds and Varieties of Chickens.
I. American, Asiatic, English, and Mlediterranean Classes. By M. A. Jull,
Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 37i, figs. 33.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1409 (revised). Turkey Raising. By MI. A. Jull, Animal
Busbandry Division. Pp. 22, figs. 14.
Amendments to B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in modi-
fled accredited areas for tuberculosis, November 1, 1930, P. 1. (Mimeographed.)
B. A. I. Order 328, rule 1, revision 29. To prevent the spread of splenetic,
southern, or Texas fever in cattle. Effective onl and after December 1, 1930.
Pp. 3.


ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUrSTRY

-Chieft: JoaN R. MOHLER.
.4ssociate Chief: U. G. HOUCK.
Assistant Chief: A. W. M.ILLER.
Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
-Chief Clerk: J. R. CounAN.
Assistant to Chief: D. S. Bonec.
Amimal Husbandry Division: E. W:. SHEETS, chief.
Biochemic Division: M. DORSET, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Division of V'ilrs-Serum Contlrol: D. 1. SKIDORanE, chief.
Field Inspection Division: O. W'. POPE, chief.
MCeat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOMl, chief.
Packers and Stockyards Divlision: A. W. MILLER, chief
Pathological Divlision: JoAN S. BUCKLEY', chief.
Tickz Eradication Division: R. A. RAM1LSAY, chief.
Tubercullosis Eradication Division: A. E. WbIRoT, chief.
Zoological Division: M'AURICE C. H ALL, chief.
Experientcn Station: W. E. CorroN, superintendent.
-O~ie of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, inl Charge.
OPice of Personnel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in charge.













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S. R. A. B. A. 1 .283. Issued December, 1930United States Department of AgricultureSERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYNOVEMBER, 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 membersof his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTSPageChanges in directory ---------------------------.------------------------------------93Notices regarding meat inspection---------.--.--------------------------------------------------94Animal casings from Russia---------.----.--------------------------------------94Foreign meat-inspection official ----------------------------------------------------94Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, October, 1930--------.----------------------94Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, October, 1930-----------95Cause of condemnation of carcasses, September, 1930--------------------------------------95Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, October, 1930--------------------95Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, October, 1930.-------.-------96Summary of hog-cholera-control work, October, 1930 ..---------------------------------------97Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, October, 1930.-------------97Licenses issued for biological products, October, 1930. ......---------------------------------------97Licenses terminated, October, 1930 -----------------------------------------------------98Permitted disinfectants -------------------------------------------------------------98Permitted lime-sulphur and nicotine dips for scabies of cattle and sheep.----------------. ..--------99Proceedings under packers and stockyards act, November, 1930 ------------------------------100Results of tick-eradication work, July 1, 1906, to December 1, 1930---.-----------------------102Results of prosecutions for violations of laws --------------------------------------------102New publications of the bureau--------------.-----------------------------------103Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry.---. -----------------------------------103CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Granted1014. Walker Pure Food Products Co. (Inc.), Stella and Arizona Streets, mail309 Arizona Street, Fort Worth, Tex.11017. G. Pasquinelli and Son, 2633-2635 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.Meat Inspection Extended20-C. Wilson & Co., Chicago, Ill., to include David Beef Products Co.Meat Inspection Withdrawn270. Sprenger Food Co. (Inc.), Lancaster, Pa.343. Mouquin (Inc.), New York, N. Y.905. Piemonte Sausage Manufacturing Co., Clinton, Ind.910. Pincus & Batt (Inc.), Philadelphia, Pa.From subsidiaries: Pacific Coast Beef & Provision Co., and Wilson-Martin Co., under establishment 20-C, Wilson & Co., Chicago, Ill.Change in Address of Official in ChargeDr. S. A. King, P. 0. box 1965 (office 24 Post Office Building), Paterson,N. J.Dr. H. Singleton, P. 0. box 1294 (office Swift & Co., Williams and RaceStreets), Montgomery, Ala.Mr. S. M. Price, P. 0. box 1294 (office Livestock Exchange Building),Montgomery, Ala.t No sealed cars.27207-30 93

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94 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December.Subsuations DiscontinuedClinton, Ind., meat inspection, under Terre Haute, Ind.Lancaster, Pa., meat inspection, under Harrisburg, Pa.NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIONANIMAL CASINGS FROM RUSSIAThe permission granted in Service and Regulatory Announcements of October,1927, and April, 1930, for the importation through foreign certification of animalcasings from Russia is hereby revoked. All animal casings which leave Russiaon and after December 15, 1930, shall be disinfected as required by CircularLetter No. 1501 or Circular Letter No. 1629 as a condition for admission into theUnited States.FOREIGN 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 SignatureCZECHOSLOVAKIADr. Jeronym Ruzicka---------------NAME REMOVED FROM LISTCzechoslovakia.-Dr. Jan Hamr.ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,OCTOBER, 1930labs oats ISwineStation Cattle Calves lhea dGbss SwnBaltimore---------------------------------8,569 906 4,220 ---------71,377Buffalo----------------------------------9,044 2,134 8,196 --------86,383Chicago ----------------.-------------------163,940 41,712 310,720 12 509,190Cincinnati------------------------------16,482 6,857 17,657 4 86,948Cleveland--------------------------------7,028 5,829 16,504 ---------58,683Denver.--------------------------------8.418 1,677 34,457 ---------17,219Detroit----------------------------------6,802 6,068 16,099 ---------68,157Fort Worth-----------------------------27,666 35,038 15,434 529 17,017Indianapolis------------------------------17,555 3,081 6,352 -------78,689Kansas City---------------------------96,069 25,083 145,676 3 155,535Milwaukee-----------------------------17,190 45,025 10,131 --------145,579National Stock Yards---------------------38,062 14,251 29,417 208 81,982New York------------------------------34,812 56,023 313,807 ----------85,025Omaha------------------------------------78,479 6,940 176,897 15 107,690Philadelphia-----------------------------6,724 7,908 25,378 ---------79,967St. Louis.-. .-------------------------------17,152 8,479 7,031 ---------132,023Sioux City------------------------------33,314 2,586 79,643 6 61,208South St. Joseph-------------------------27,775 7,754 80,134 2 75,039South St. Paul---------------------------59,296 61,500 139,395 3 266,015Wichita --------------------------------8,031 2,371 3,834 2 40,198All other stations------------------------153, 564 96, 791 286, 197 403 1, 267, 766Total: iOctober, 1930--------------------835,972 438,013 1,727,179 1,187 3, 491, 690October, 1929.--------------------838,939 398,354 1,365,325 3,054 3,857,14710 months ended October, 1930 -------6,873,769 3, 873, 719 13, 964, 672 8, 573 35, 595. 37410 months ended October, 1929-------6,934,594 3,784,287 11,773,223 21,903 1 38,863, 115New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and Newark I------------------------------42,214 63,584 378,595 ------------233,801The 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:October, 1930-------------------------------------------------------------17,69October, 1929.----------------------------------------------------------------11, 6810 months ended-October, 1930-----------------------------------------------------------106, 512October, 1929------------------------------------------------------------l1 502

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19301 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 95Inspections of lard at PlI establishients, 112,395,791 inspection ptun'ds; c.ampound and other ubsti-tutes, 49,773,478 in.pection pounds; sausage, 6S,5u4,700 inspection poundd: o margarine, 13,887,949 in-spection pounds. Corresponding inspections for October. 1929: Lard, 144,342,718 inspection pounds;compound and other substitutes, 47,898,332 inspection pounds; sausage, 79,710,729 inspection pounds;oleomargarine, 16,592,050 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 inanufa ture.EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MARKETS, OCTOBER, 1930Retained for tuberculosisi Total1ter t Passed forl'otal CondemnedCattle, excluding calves:Chicago ------------------------------------------13, 940 4 508 129 592Kansas C ity --------------------------------------96. 069 223 13 57? Omaha ---------------------------------------78,479 4S 25 71Swine:Chicago 509, 190 57. 964 890 659Kansas City 155, 535 7, 165 66 55Omaha -107, 690 8, 611 84 91CAUSE OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, SEPTEMBER, 1930Cause Cattle Calves S beep and SwineEmaciation .-------.-842 45 549 41Ilog ch olera . --------------------------.----. ._ ----_ -----1,736Inflammatory diseases. .----. 916 155 85i 1, 794Im m aturity .----.---. -------.-----------.--170 ------Tuberculosis -.--.--1, 399 29.------------------.2, 52Other causes-------------------------------------1 221 173 758 2,637Total 4,--------------------------------4 37 572 1, 992 8,734IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOODPRODUCTS, OCTOBER, 1930The statements following show the imports of food animals and of m1leats andmeat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Inmtistry during October,1930, with figures for other periods for comparison.Imports of food animalsCountry of export Cattle Swine Sheep GoatsMexico.----------..---------------------------------------.-.81.-----------------.5Canada.----------------------------------------------------1,372 56 131 3Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico) ----------------------------------210Total:October, 1930--------------------------------------2,363 56 131 8October, 1929--------------------------------------48, 011 202 909 1010 months ended October, 1930 ---------------------206,943 346 7, 981 7510 months ended October, 1929 ---------------------445, 842 2,296 25, 470 217Imported meats and meat food productsFresh and refrigerated ured and Other niiat TotalCountry of export C and weigT tBeef Other canned products weightPonds Ponds Poon ds Pounds JoandsArgentina-----------945, 914 62, 42 1. 04S. 126A ustralia --2, ;60 2, 660Brazil ---------_19, s00 14,000 :13. H0Canada 101, 477 46, 825 183,.351 9. 691 423, 47New Zealand--348, 405 25, 227 --12. -21 -100.26Uruguay --620, .14 29, 177 6 0, -i1Other countries -57,t26 94,24 151,21s4Total:October, 1930_h 449 882 72, 052 1, 67. 038 327, Is 2,716, 10October, 1929 3, 747, (52 301, s95 10, 725, 1s7 910, 031 15, 61, 76510 m onths ended October, 1930 5. 409, 046 2, 53], 226 50, 065. 172 4.422,,19 6 2, 72s, 26310 months ended O(tobir, 1929 34, 5,, 2!7 11. '25, 839 33, 05O, 693 8, 649, 250 115, 121,069Condemned in October, 1930: P ecf, 3,18 pounds; pork, 527 pounds; total, :1.71 'pounds. Refused entryBeef, 132,416 pounds; pork, 2,575 pounds; total, 134,991 pounds.

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96 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December.SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATIONWITH STATES, OCTOBER, 1930Tuberculin tests durTotal to dateing monthState I OnceAcHerds Inspector-in-charge State officialHerds Cattle Cattestedcredunderor tested atie free ited super-lots acted herds herds visionAla3,292 21, 742 1 22, 381 317 24, 968 R. E. Jackson-J C. A. Cary, Auburn.Ariz 69 2,165 5 8, 749 46 8,851 F. L. Schneider. R. J. Hight, Phoenix. Ark 781 5, 193 7 14,675 16 14, 698 W. A. McDonald J. H. Bux, Little Rock.Calif --115 8,220 28 8,098 159 8,623 R. Snyder------J. P. Iverson, Sacra-mento.Colo. 4 134 4 1,363 190 2.066 W. E. Howe -C. G. Lamb, Denver.Conn -. 651 9, 950 195 3, 360 3, 544 7, 268 R. L. Smith.-.--. Charles Johnson, Hart-ford.Del-----369 4,165 1641 4,728 1,471 6,823 E. B. Simonds. ---0. A. Newton, Bridge-ville.D. C-----. .--------44 1 46 A. E. Wight.--.Fla-------138 3,932 1 8, 299 99 9, 135 J. G. Fish-------J. V. Knapp, Tallahas-see.Ga-----3,015 10, 029 1 59, 936 30 59,967 A. L. Hirleman. J. M. Sutton, Atlanta.Idaho. 381 4, 546 2 39, 113 61 42, 391 W. A. Sullivan_. A. J. Dickman, Boise.IlI---13, 757 133, 645 1,969 50, 932 5, 593 201, 849 J. J. Lintner -D. -.Robison, Spring-field.Ind--3, 447 28,654 54 174,743 3,728 180,397 J. E. Gibson -Frank H. Brown, In-dianapolis.Iowa. .7, 797 133, 883 2, 106 100, 000, 2, 558 200,000 J A. Barger -M. G. Thornburg, DesMoines.Kans. 937 12, 492 39 102,694 564 103, 312 N. L. Townsend. J. I. Mercer, Topeka.Ky-. 2,864 10, 679 13 83, 024 36 83,825 W. F. Biles ------D. E. Westmoreland,Frankfort.La -------1301 2,516 80 3,390 13 3,589 G. T. Cole.----E. P. Flower, BatonRouge.Me.--463 4,470 33 42, 775 944 43, 755 G. R. Caldwell-__-] H. M. Tucker, Augusta.Md.1,605 15.826 272 17,347 8,846 35,109 E. B. Simonds--. James B. George, Balti-more.Mass. 771 9,305 1,085 4, 254 2, 287 7,457 E. A. Crossman. E. F. Richardson, Bos-ton.Mich. 3, 009 28, 845 116 184, 273 88 185,070 T. S. Rich -------C. H. Clark, Lansing.Minn -8,939 130, 432 683 113, 882 7, 133 122, 547 W. J. Fretz-------C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.Miss. 295 2,061 1 12,8141 26 12,850 H. Robbins ------G. B. Bradshaw, Jack-son.Mo -. 1,843 20,317 20 86, 496 235 90,364 Ralph Graham H. A. Wilson, JeffersonCity.Mont.-.560 9, 321 42 33, 996i 69 37,610 J. W. Murdoch --W. J. BLtler, Helena.Nebr. -2, 915 60, 741 276 79, 6751 114 79,994 A. H. Francis.-C. H. Hays, Lincoln.Nev-----68 2,693 1 2, 751 9 3,060 L. C. Butterfi!ld__ Edward Records, Rano.N. H_ 360 3,380 192 3, 3301 4,580 8, 160 E. A. Crossman_. A. L. Felker, Concord.N. J----551 7, 248 307 4, 887 4,077 13, 137 Ellis E. McCoy .J. H. McNeil, Trenton.N. Mex 123 1,316 8 3,404 24 3,514 F. L. Schneidr -. Mat Keenar, Albuquer-que.N. Y.-8,808 100,416 3,027 27,551 85, 129 121,431 H. B. Leonard .E. T. Faulder, Albany.N. C. 133 1, 134 4 256, 563 3f1 256, 924 W. C. Dendinger -William Moore, Raleigh.N. Dak-. 2,345 41, 260 135 58, 628 5,372 70,478 H. I. Cohenour. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.Ohio 14,417 98, 896 492 245, 296 834 249, 208 A. J. De Foiset -C. McCandless, Colum-bus.Okla. 1,980 14, 442 21 6, 242 239 6,497 L. J. Allen ------C. C. Hisel, OklahomaCity.Oreg. 1, 036 9,185 18 34 324 552 34,887 S. B. Foster-.-. W. H. Lytle, Salem.Pa-----9,288 89,886 1,861 121,251 6,061 139,815 J. B. Reidy------T. E. Munce, Harris-burg.R. .--100 1,933 137 249 134 713 E. A. Crossmen. T. E. Robinson, Provi-dence.S. C -1, 295 4,333 4 75, 019 118 75, 1971 W. K. Lewis.-. W. K. Lewis, Columbia.S. Dak-. 1 361 31, 215 284 9,562 1,278 11, 104 J. 0. Wilso, -----T. H. Ruth, Pierre.Tenn1,401 7,612 9 79, 520 106 79, 749 H. L. Fry-------J. M. Jones, Nashville.Tex -.531 8,105 11 9.542 441 10,304 H. L. Darby -N. F. Williams, FortWorth.Utah.-1,005 8,385 86 11,184 99 11,638 F. E. Murray-. W. H. Hendricks, SaltLake City.Vt -----699 15 819 637 2,572 8, 381 12, 856 L. H1. Adams -Edward IT. Jones, Mont-pelier.Va ------3,082 16,314 74 70. 188 995 71,462 It. E. Brookbank-. I1 C. Givqns, Rich-mond.Wash. 1 ,720 16, 381 105 47, 206 91 58, 907 J. C. Exline ------Robert Prior, Olympia.W. Va.1, 858 8,263 12 68, 944 640 70, 748 II. M. Newton-. John W. Smith, Charles-St--on.Wis .9,844 158, 132 422 175, 515 11, 920 188, 292 J. S. Healy -------Walter Wisnicky, Madi-i son,Wyo-67 1,274 9 11, 796 4 13, 185 John T. Dallas --I. 1). Port, Cheyenne.Total. 120, 219 1, 320, 885 15, 053 2, 5S6, 565 170, 613 3,083, 830

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 97SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, OCTOBER, 1930Demonstrations Out-Bureau I__FarsFrmsbreaksveteriMeetPremises AutopF F reportedState narians ings adinvestisies perquaran cleaned to bu-engaged dressed gated Number Hogs formed tined orindedi reau vet-in work 1 treated ernari-ansAlabama.--------. 1 1 120 --------------------------------------California.-------.06 .--.---------.-.1 2 --------2Colorado-----------.5 2 19 -----------------14 ---------.--------9Florida.-------------1.5 .-.---59 9 133 5 -----------------10Georgia.------------1.33 -------4S 11 154 1 ---------------21Idaho--------------.33 --------151 4 121 10 1 5Illinois------------3 163 1 250 79 -.-.--36 94Indiana -------------2 95 -------------. 1 -17 5 .------.24Iowa ---.------2 1 58 275 1I --_ . 58Louisiana----------1 1 35 2 10 3 .-----------------7Kansas ------------1 --------50 ----------------3 -.------------. 4Kentucky---------.36 1 64 8 ----------------2Maryland---------2 ----.237 1 61 15 15 -----.33Michigan.----------2 -----.142 2 106 9 ----------------43Mississippi---------1 2 68 9 125 1 ----------------1Missouri -----------.2 -11-----------------1 -----------------2M ontana----------.3 -.------7 ------.--.--..--3 --. ---2Nebraska ----------.3 .--51 ----------------30 -.----------17North Carolina--. 1 -.--34 2 341 3----------------6 O h io _--.-.---1 --. ----. 22 ---.--------.--84Oklahoma -----------1 ---------31 -----------------13 .South Carolina.--1 ----.-13 8 349--.-.--.--.-. ----11South Dakota------1 ---.16 -----------16-----------------25Tennessee -.-.--. 1-.---------70 --------------2-------------7Texas.---.-----.---155 ----.-1 1 ---12Virginia-----------1 2 206 9--.--.2 ---------Washington-------1.5 1 2 1 40.------1 . -2Oregon----------. .2 27 3 3 3Wisconsin ---------1 1 95 8 126 19 17 1 19Total ---------32.02 13 1,946 64 1,992 1) 51 38 5001 Fractions denote men devoting part time to the work.ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCEDUNDER LICENSES, OCTOBER, 1930Total serum Clear serum yperultaneIyper-Totl erm omlted immune >i Virus imunizingcomee blood cleared virusC. c. C. c. Cc. C. C. c.October, 1930.-------------------90, 236, 675 80, 516, 922 79, 803, 9 4 3,347,771 9,496, 028October, 1929 --------------------84, 162, 431 63, 48 7. 472 77, 360, 1>3 3, 099, 966 11, 865, 39010 months ended October, 1930 -.715, 356, 36, 571, 311. 703 706, 729, 433 54,948,155 147, ,60, 95910 months ended October, 1929 --881,027, 437 625, 480, 936 738, 769, 120 54, 54S, 529 184, 128, 296LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, OCTOBER, 1930License No. 9 was issued October 27, 1930, to the Lederle Laboratories (Inc.),Middletown Road, Pearl River, N. Y., for: Abortion vaccine (bovine); abortionvaccine (bovine) (killed organisms); anthrax spore vaccine; antianthrax serum; antiblackleg serum; anticanine-distemper serum; anticanine mixed-infectionserum; antihemorrhagic-septicemia serum (bovine); antihemorrhagic-septicemiaserum (porcine); anti-hog-cholera serum; anti-influenza serum (equine); anti-mastitis serum (bovine); antiswine-erysipelas serum (suero contra el mal rojo)(for export only); antiwhite-scours serum (bovine); autogenous vaccine (killedorganisms); avian tuberculin; blackleg aggressin; blackleg filtrate; blackleg-tissuevaccine; blackleg vaccine (killed organisms); canine-distemper vaccine; canine-distemper virus; chicken-pox vaccine; equine-influenza mixed vaccine (killedorganisms); hemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia combinedvaccine (for cattle) (killed organisms); hemorrhagic-septicemia combined vaccine(for sheep) (killed organisms); hemorrhagic-septicemia combined vaccine (forswine) (killed organisms); hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine (for fowls) (killed

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98 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December.organisms); hog-cholera virus; mallein; mastitis mixed vaccine (bovine) (killedorganisms); mixed bacterial vaccine (bovine) (killed organisms); mixed bacterialvaccine (canine) (killed organisms); mixed bacterial vaccine (equine) (killed organisms); mixed bacterial vaccine (for fowls) (killed organisms); mixed bacterialvaccine (for swine) (killed organisms); normal horse serum; rabies vaccine; staphylococcus combined vaccine (equine) (killed organisms); streptococcuscombined vaccine (equine) (killed organisms); swine erysipelas vaccine (cultivosdel mal rojo) (for export only); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin; white-scoursvaccine, mixed (for calves) (killed organisms).License No. 52 was issued October 24, 1930, to the Cutter Laboratory, Fourthand Parker Streets, Berkeley, Calif., for: Normal serum (bovine); normal serum(equine.)License No. 112 was issued October 31, 1930, to the Fort Dodge Serum Co.(Inc.), 6001 Central Avenue, and 2 miles from city in Douglas township,Fort Dodge, Iowa, for hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin.License No. 133 was issued October 2, 1930, to the National Vaccine and SerumCo., 443 and 447 to 501 East Las Vegas Street, Colorado Springs, Colo., for:Abortion mixed bacterin (bovine); abortion vaccine (bovine); blackleg aggressin;hemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; mixedbacterin (avian); mixed bacterin (porcine).License No. 148 was issued October 13, 1930, to the W. F. Straub Laboratories(Inc.), 5514-5520 Northwest Highway, Chicago, Ill., for: Autogenous bacterin;avian hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; avian mixed bacterin; bovine-abortionbacterin; bovine-abortion mixed bacterin; bovine-abortion vaccine; bovinehemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; bovine keratitis mixed bacterin; bovine-mastitis streptococcus bacterin; bovine mixed bacterin; bovine pulmonary mixedbacterin; calf-scour mixed bacterin; canine mixed bacterin; canine staphylococcusbacterin; equine abortion mixed bacterin; equine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin;equine influenza mixed bacterin; equine mixed polyvalent bacterin; equinenavel-ill mixed bacterin; fowl-cholera and typhoid mixed bacterin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; ovine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; ovine mixed bac-terin; pig-scour mixed bacterin; roup bacterin; swine-abortion mixed bacterin;swine hemorrhagic-septiceinia bacterin; swine mixed bacterin.License No. 179 was issued October 13, 1930 to the Columbus Vaccine Co.,9 West Poplar Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, for: Roup bacterin; pullorin.LICENSES TERMINATED, OCTOBER, 1930License No. 9, issued March 26, 1930, to the Lederle Laboratories (Inc.),Pearl River, N. Y., was terminated October 27, 1930, because of changes in theform of names of products composed of suspensions of killed organisms. Thelicense was reissued October 27, for the products named above.Licenses No. 133, issued January 1, 1921, August 1, 1921, May 24, 1926,March 11, 1926, and July 16, 1928, to The National Vaccine and Serum Co.,447 and 501 East Las Vegas Street, Colorado Springs, Colo., were terminatedOctober 2, 1930, because of change in ownership and the discontinuance ofabortion bacterin (bovine); blackleg filtrate; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin(for cattle); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin (for sheep); and suipestifer bacterin.The license was reissued October 2, 1930, for the products named above.License No. 148, issued October 19, 1929, to the W. F. Straub Laboratories(Inc.), 5514-5520 Northwest Highway, Chicago, Ill., was terminated October 13,1930, because of the discontinuance of canine-distemper mixed bacterin andchanges in the form of names of some products, the word "infection" beingomitted from avian mixed-infection bacterin; bovine mixed-infection bacterin;canine mixed-infection bacterin; and swine mixed-infection bacterin. The li-cense was reissued October 13, for the products named above.License No. 179, issued August 5, 1927, to the Columbus Vaccine Company, 9West Poplar Street, Columbus, Ohio, was terminated October 13, 1930, becauseof the discontinuance of mixed infection bacterin (for fowls). The license wasreissued October 13, for the products named above.PERMITTED DISINFECTANTSIn accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, the bureau has grantedpermission to American Veterinary Laboratories, Kansas City, Mo., for the distri-bution and use of "San-I-Sol," under the name of " Cresoapol" in the general dis-infection of cars, yards, and other premises. " Cresoapol" is identical with "San-I-Sol," manufactured by McLaughlin Gormley King Co., of Minneapolis, Minn.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 99CHANGE IN NAME OF PERMITTED DISINFECTANTThe bureau previously granted permission to the Antiseptic Products Co. ofDenver, Colo., for the use of "Anchor Branch Cresol Compound" in the general disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises. This name has been discon-tinued and the company is now manufacturing this product under the trade nameof "Anchor Brand Saponified Cresol Solution."PERMITTED LIME-SULPHUR AND NICOTINE DIPS FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP[Revised to Nov. 14, 1930]Name of dip ManufacturerThe Adams Lime & Sulphur Dip ----------Antiseptic Products Co. (Inc.), Denver, Colo.The Anchor Brand Lime and Sulphur DipDo.Armstrong's Lime and Sulphur Dip --------Armstrong Paint & Varnish Works, Chicago, Ill.Avalon Farms Lime-Sulphur Dip -----------Avalon Farms Co., Chicago, Ill.Curts-Folse Lime and Sulphur Solution-Curts-Folse Laboratories, 70-72 Central Avenue, KaInsasCity, Kans.Devoe Lime and Sulphur Solution ---------Devoe & Reynolds, Chicago, Ill.Dow Lime-Sulphur Solution --------------Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich.Dow Dry Lime Sulphur 1 ------------------Do.Eckman's Lime-Sulphur Solution ----------Eckman Chemical Co., Omaha, Nebr."Flag Brand" Lime Sulphur Solution --I National Chemical Co. of California, San Francisco, Calif.Grasselli Lime-Sulphur Solution.----Grasselli Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Kilscab 1. _ _ ------------------------Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Lariat Cattle Dip---------------------General Chemical Co., New York, N. Y.Latimer's Lime-Sulphur Solution ----------Latimer Chemical Co., Grand Junction, Colo.Lilly's Lime and Sulphur Solution ---------Chas. H. Lilly Co., Seattle, Wash.Maas Lime-Sulphur Solution A. R. Maas Chemical Co. (Inc.), 305 East Eighth Street,Los Angeles, Calif.Mission Brand Lime-Sulphur -------------Los Angeles Chemical Co. (Inc.), 2200 Santa Fe Avenue,Los Angeles, Calif.National Lime and Sulphur Dip -----------National Medical Co., Sheldon, Iowa.Niagara Lime and Sulphur Solution --------Oregon Spray & Gas Co., Portland, Oreg.Orchard Brand Lime and Sulphur SolutionGeneral Chemical Co., San Francisco, Calif.Orthro Sprays Lime-Sulphur Solution ------The California Sprays-Chemical Co., Watsonville, Calif.Rex Lime and Sulphur Solution.----------The Rex Co., Omaha, Nebr.Richard's Lime and Sulphur Dip ---------R. D. Richards, Crawford, Nebr.S. J. Brand Lime Sulphur Solution--------San Jose Manufacturing Co., San Jose, Calif.Sherwin-Williams Lime Sulphur Solution.__ Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Sherwin-Williams No. 15 Cattle Dip--------Do.Shur-Shot Cattle Dip-.------------------The Glidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Springdale Brand Lime-Sulphur Solution --Benton County Hardware Co., Bentonville, Ark.Union Lime and Sulphur Solution --------Union Food & Chemical Co., Omaha, Nebr. Upon Honor Lime-Sulphur Wash ----------Chicago Paint Works, Chicago, Ill.Yakima Lime-Sulphur Dip--------------Yakima Valley Spray Co., Yakima, Wash.1 Dry lime-sulphur dips.DISTRIBUTORS OF PERMITTED LIME-SULPHUR DIPSName of dip Distributed under name ofDistributorKilscab 1 ---------------------Acme Dry Lime Sulphur --Acme White Lead & Color Works, Detroit,Mich.Grasselli Lime-Sulphur SoluBremco Dip--------------Breeders Supply Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa.tion.Do-----------------Cooper's Lime-and-Sulphur Win. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill.Dip.Dow Dry Lime Sulphur I Devoe Dry Lime and SulDevoe & Reynolds, Chicago, Ill.phur.Kilscab I ---------._ _---Green Cross Scab Dip --Lucas Kil-Tone Co., Vineland, N. J.Curts-Folse Lime and Sulphur Jen-Sal Lime and Sulphur Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Kan-Solution. Solution. sas City, Mo.Kilscab I----------------------Killmange----------------_ Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr.Do.1---------_--Scabex -------------------Corn States Serum Co., Omaha, Nebr.Do.'_ ---------------Scabi Dip.-----------------Acme White Lead & Color Works, Detroit,Mich.I Dry lime-sulphur dips.

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100 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December.PERMITTED NICOTINE DIPSName of dip ManufacturerBlack Leaf Tobacco Extract -------------Tobacco By-Products & Chemical Corporation, Louisville,Ky.Black Leaf 40-.----------------------------Do.Dip Tobacco.--------------------------Consumers Tobacco Co., Albuquerque, N. Mex.Dosch Nocitine Sulphate.----------------Dosch Chemical Co., Louisville, Ky.Hall's Nicotine Sulphate.----------------Hall Tobacco Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo.Nicotinum, ANCO. Brand. .-------------American Nicotine Co., Henderson, Ky. N. P. C. Nicotine Sulphate --------------Nicotine Production Corporation, Clarksville, Tenn.Skabcura.----------------------------Nicotin Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT,NOVEMBER, 1930Docket No. 166.-In re the Traders' Live Stock Exchange v. Kansas CityStock Yards Co., Kansas City, Mo. On July 16, 1926, the Traders' Live StockExchange, a voluntary association, et al., proceeding under the provisions of thepackers and stockyards act, 1921, filed with the Secretary of Agriculture a com-plaint seeking reparation in the sum of $300,000, on behalf of 257 individualtraders who had reweighed livestock in the so-called commission division of theKansas City Stock Yards, charging that the reweight charges were unjust, un-reasonable, and discriminatory. On July 24, 1926, the Acting Secretary ofAgriculture issued an order entitled, "Service of Complaint Seeking Reparation,"which was duly served on the defendant, calling upon the said defendant tosatisfy the complaint or to answer it in writing. On May 29, 1930, the Secretaryof Agriculture received a request for the dismissal of the complaint of the Traders'Live Stock Exchange, which request was confirmed by action of the Board of theTraders' Live Stock Exchange on November 6, 1930, notice of which was dulygiven to the Secretary of Agriculture. On November 26, 1930, the Secretary ofAgriculture dismissed this case without prejudicing the right of the complainantto institute such future proceedings as he sees fit.Docket No. 318.-In re Charles W. King, dealer, Union Stock Yards, Baltimore,Md. On July 24, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry andnotice, alleging violations of the act by failure of respondent to execute and main-tain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as adealer. On September 8, 1930, a hearing was held in this case at which respondenttestified and was also represented by counsel. On November 5, 1930, the respon-dent was suspended from registration as a dealer for six months, with leaveduring said period to apply for revocation of this suspension upon showing satis-factory proof to the Secretary of Agriculture that he has filed a reasonable bondto suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as adealer, and has filed with the Bureau of Animal Industry at Washington, D. C.,a fully executed duplicate of such bond. It was further ordered that respondentcease and desist from doing business as a dealer without executing and maintaininga reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as such dealer and without having on file with the Bureau of AnimalIndustry at Washington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond, or someother satisfactory plan of guaranty.Docket No. 320.-In re J. C. Holestine, dealer, Springfield, Mo. On July 31,1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleginginsolvency in that respondent could not pay his debts as they became due in theusual course of business. On November 5, 1930, respondent acknowledgedservice of inquiry and notice and admitted the truth of the matters and thingstherein alleged and waived a hearing thereon. On November 21, 1930, re-spondent was suspended from registration as a dealer for six months, with leave during said period to apply for revocation of this suspension upon satisfactoryproof to the Secretary of Agriculture that he is then solvent.Docket No. 325.-In re Fred Morgenegg, market agency, National StockYards, Ill. On September 10, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issuedan inquiry and notice, alleging violation of the act by failure of respondent toexecute and maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obliga-tions incurred as a market agency. The respondent admitted the truth of the matters and things alleged and waived a hearing thereon. A satisfactory bondwas filed by respondent effective October 15, 1930, and on November 19, 1930,the respondent was ordered to cease and desist from doing business as a market

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 101agency without executing and maintaining a reasonable bond to secure theperformance of his obligations incurred as a market agency and without havingon file with the Bureau of Animal Industry at Washington, D. C., a fully executedduplicate of such bond.Docket No. 327.-In re Goodson-Green Co., market agency and dealer,Kansas City Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo. On September 23, 1930, theActing Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging unfair anddeceptive practices in violation of the act, in that respondent in addition to theregular commission charged his customers made a profit by increasing the priceactually paid for the hogs and by increasing the weight at which the hogs werepurchased for his customers. On October 28, 1930, service of the inquiry wasacknowledged, the truth of the matters and things therein alleged admitted, anda hearing thereon waived. On November 13, 1930, the respondent was orderedto cease and desist from continuing, in violation of the packers and stockyards act, to engage in or use any unfair and deceptive practices in connection withreceiving, buying, or selling of livestock in commerce at a stockyard; and re-spondent was suspended from registration as a market agency and dealer forsix months from the 1st day of December, 1930.Docket No. 328.-In re Moore Commission Co., market agency, Kansas CityStock Yards, Kansas City, Mo. On September 29, 1930, the Acting Secretaryof Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging that respondent was insolventin that he was unable to pay his debts as they became due in the usual course ofbusiness. On October 27, 1930. the respondent acknowledged service of theinquiry and notice and admitted the truth of the matters and things thereinalleged and waived a hearing thereon. On November 10 the respondent wassuspended from registration as a market agency for six months, with leave duringsaid period to apply for revocation of this suspension upon a showing satisfactoryto the Secretary of Agriculture that lie is then solvent.Docket No. 329.-In re Arnold Dairy Calf Co., dealer, Kansas City StockYards, Kansas City, Mo. On October 11, 1930, the Acting Secretary of Agri-culture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging violations of the act by failure ofrespondent to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as a dealer. On October 31, 1930, the respondentadmitted the truth of the matters and things alleged in the inquiry and waived a hearing thereon. On November 17, 1930, respondent was suspended fromregistration as a dealer for six months, with leave during said period to apply forrevocation of this suspension upon a satisfactory showing to the Secretary ofAgriculture that lie has filed a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure theperformance of his obligations incurred as a dealer and has on file with theBureau of Animal Industry at Washington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate ofsuch bond. The respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from doing business as a dealer without executing and maintaining a reasonable bond tosuitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as suchdealer and without having on file with the Bureau of Animal Industry at Wash-ington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond, or some other satisfactoryplan of guaranty.Docket No. 33.-In re A. H. Rouse Commission Co., dealer and marketagency, Kansas City Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo. On October 28, 1930, theActing Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging that re-spondent was insolvent in that she was unable to pay her debts as they became due in the usual course of business. On November 10, 1930, the respondentacknowledged service of the inquiry and notice and admitted the truth of thematters and things therein alleged as of the date of the inquiry and waived ahearing thereon. On November 26, 1930, respondent was suspended from regis-tration as a dealer and as a market agency for six months, with leave during saidperiod to apply for revocation of this suspension upon satisfactory proof that sheis then solvent.Docket No. 332.-In re Luther & Co., dealer, Peoria, Ill. On October 28, 1930,the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice, alleging thatrespondent was insolvent in that he was unable to pay his debts as they became due in the usual course of business. On November 7, 1930, respondent acknowledged service of the inquiry and notice and admitted the truth of the mattersand things therein alleged and waived a hearing thereon. On November 21,1930, respondent was suspended from registration as a dealer for six monthswith leave during said period to apply for revocation of this suspension uponsatisfactory proof to the Secretary of Agriculture that he is then solvent.

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102 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December.RESULTS OF TICK-ERADICATION WORK, JULY 1, 1906, TO DECEMBER1, 1930Counties quar-ntined -Counties Released counties, tick free on-releasedStates toJuly 1, Dec. 1, Dec30 1 Nov. 1, Nov. 1, Nov. 1, Nov. 1, Nov. 1,1906 1930 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930Alabama-------------------67 0 67 49 57 59 63 64Arkansas-------------------75 15 60 41 44 45 45 53California-------------------15 0 15 15 15 15 15 15Florida---------------------67 32 35 12 14 22 30 33Georgia.-------------------158 0 158 151 153 154 155 158Kentucky------------------2 0 2 2 2 2 2 2Louisiana ------------------64 42 22 11 4 8 3 10Mississippi -----------------82 0 82 47 46 45 55 78Missouri------------------4 0 4 4 4 4 4 4North Carolina --------------73 0 73 73 71 73 73 70Oklahoma-----------------61 0 61 55 54 54 60 61South Carolina-------------46 0 46 40 44 46 46 46Tennessee.------------------42 0 42 42 42 42 42 42Texas.--------------------198 57 141 72 77 79 94 116Virginia --------------------31 0 31 27 26 29 30 31Total ----------------985 146 839 641 653 677 717 783Areas released from Federal quarantine December 1, 1930: Arkansas, 4 whole counties and remainder of1 county; Florida, 5 whole counties and part of 1 county; Texas, 9 whole counties, remainders of 2 counties,and part of 1 county. (Total released: 18 whole counties, remainders of 3 counties, and parts of 2 counties.)Areas released from Federal quarantine July 1, 1930: Mississippi, 17 whole counties. (This released theentire State from quarantine.) No areas were requarantined during the calendar year 1930.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 LawChicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railway Co. (four cases), $400 penal-ties.Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. (three cases), ,300 penalties.Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Co., $100 penalty.Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. (14 cases), $1,400 penalties.Panhandle & Santa Fe Railway Co., $100 penalty.Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (14 cases), S1.400 penalties. Southern Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Wabash Railway Co. (four cases), $400 penalties.Livestock Quaran line LawAticiison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., $100 fine for failure to mark way-bill "I uberculous cattle."Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railway Co., $100 fine for interstatenovement of infectious car without cleaning and disinfection under bureausupervision.Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., $200 fines (two cases) for interstatemovement of infectious car without cleaning and disinfection under bureausupervision. Illinois Central Railroad Co., $100 fine for interstate transportation of one deadhog in same car with live animals.New York Central Railroad Co., $100 fine for interstate movement of infectiouscar without cleaning and disinfection under bureau supervision.Meat Inspection LawSanuel Mandelbaurn, Goshen, N. Y., $300 fine for "offering unsound neatfor interstate shipment. "David Marksheild, Damascus, Pa., same offense, $100 fine.0. F. Robinson, Essex Junction, Vt., same offense, $50 fine.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 103NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU[The 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.So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]Technical Bulletin No. 208. Beef From Calves Fed Grain Before and AfterWeaning. By W. H. Black, Animal Husbandry Division, and E. A. Trowbridge,University of Missouri. Pp. 24, figs. 9.Farmers' Bulletin No. 1263 (revised). Breeds of Swine. By E. Z. Russell,Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 18, figs. 18.Farmers' Bulletin No. 578 (revised). The Making and Feeding of Silage.By T. E. Woodward and J. B. McNulty, Bureau of Dairy Industry; George M.Rommel and E. W. Sheets, Animal Husbandry Division; and F. R. Marshall, collaborator, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 26, figs. 11.Farmers' Bulletin No. 1506 (revised). Standard Breeds and Varieties of Chickens.I. American, Asiatic, English, and Mediterranean Classes. By M. A. Jull,Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 37, figs. 33.Farmers' Bulletin No. 1409 (revised). Turkey Raising. By M. A. Jull, AnimalHusbandry Division. Pp. 22, figs. 14.Amendments to B. A. 1. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in modi-fied accredited areas for tuberculosis, November 1, 1930, P. 1. (Mimeographed.)B. A. I. Order 328, rule 1, revision 29. To prevent the spread of splenetic,southern, or Texas fever in cattle. Effective on and after December 1, 1930.Pp. 3.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. BURcn.Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief.Biochemic Division: M. DORSET, chief.Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoUcK, ehief.Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. 1. 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, hief.Experiment Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent.Office of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.Office of Personnel: GEORGE IT. RUSSELL, in charge.U.S. GOVERNMENT P.NTING WFFCE: 1934For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C.----Price .ollnt4Subscription ri]oe. 25 conts a yoa r

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