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8. R. A.--B. A. I. 279. --*Issued ,1930

United States Departmen' grc r



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS

BUREAU OF ANZLIMAL INDUSTRY
JULY, 1930



[This publication is issued mbothly 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 onfcers
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, W~ashington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply wdll be sent to each onfcial in
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members
of his force. A fie should be kept at, each station for reference.)


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directry.............~~--................ ...................... 57
Notices regarding meat inspection... ~...........-~-... -.......................... 58
Animal casings of foreign origin__~~.-....~...................................... 58
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, June, 1930..........~.... ~~....................
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, June, 1930...............
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, Alay, 1930-............................................... 6
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, June, 1930-~~......-............. ... 60
Bummary of Luberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, June, 1930~..~...... 6
Summary of bog-cholera-control work, June, 1930.~.~..-......................- ........ 6
Anti-bog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, June, 1930 .~-p~." ..
Licenses issued for biological products, June, 1930....-.... .~.~....-.............0......,.. .
Peruntted dip for seabies of cattle and sheep_~~..-_..~...... _-_.~........ ........pr .. ...
Results of prosecutions for violations of law~s................. ...- .. .. ..... 63
New publications of the bureau...........~...~~...........................:..__,.,a....p.....- ..., 6
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry. ....................,.e...V......:; .... .....,



CHANGES IN DIRECTORY /,
M~eat Inspection Granted / ..-

$34. Vacuum Sealed Food Corporation, 15 Rivington Street, 14car York, N. Y.
720. Monroe Packing Co., 1801 M~onroe Street, Garry, Ind.

Mleat Inspection Withdrawn

10--D. The Cudahyv Packing Co., Watuppa, Fall River, Manss.
|341. Krainin's Food Products (Inc.), 15 Rivington Street, New York, N. Y.
$909. L. Forman & Sons, 425 East Forty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y'.

Change in Name ofOf~ieal Establishment

$138. Sausage Specialties (Inc.), 217 Broome Street, Newark, N. J., instead of
Sausage Specialties Co. !Inc.).
E50. Cust~er Packing Co., 1615 W'aterman Avenue, mail P. O. box 7419, MCiles
City, Mont., instead of Mliles City Horse Products Co. (Inc.)i.

$ No sealed cars.
6488-30 57







58 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY auly

New Substation

Gary, Ind., meat inspection, under Chicago, Ill.
Change of Of~cials in Charge
Dr. Daniel D. Tierney succeeds Dr. Otto Hornlein as inspector in charge at
Austin, Mlinn.
Dr. Otto Hornlein succeeds Dr. G. W. Butler (retired) as inspector in charge
at Indianapolis, Ind.
Dr. Clifford L. Hall succeeds Dr. P. P. Taylor as inspector in charge at Huron,
S. Dak.
Dr. P. P. Taylor succeeds Dr. M. O. Anderson (retired) as inspector in charge
at Port~land, Oreg.
Dr. Wm. C. Wootton succeeds Dr. E. P. Barnhart as inspector in charge at
Erie, Pa.
Dr. E. P. Barnhart succeeds Dr. G. H. Woolfolk as inspector in charge at
Albany, N. Y'.
Dr. G. H. Woolfolk succeeds Dr. S. A. King as inspector in charge at Knoxville,
Tenn.
Dr. S. A. King succeeds Dr. J. Huelsen (retired) as inspector in charge at
Paterson, N. J.
Dr. M. L. Crans succeeds Dr. L. H. Allen as inspector in charge at Terre
Haute, Ind.
Dr. L. H. Allen succeeds Dr. Joseph Hannon as inspector in charge at Daven-
port., Towas.
Dr. Joseph Hannon succeeds Dr. James Johnston (retired) as inspector in
charge at Alton, Ill.
Edwasrd Smith succeeds WJ. E. Jennings (retired) as inspector in charge at
Hart.ford, Conn.
Dr. Meler Brodner succeeds Dr. J. R. Aufente as inspector in charge at Hono-
lulu, Hawasii.
Dr. J. R. Aufente succeeds Dr. E. D. Kennedy as inspector in charge at
Spokane, W'ash.
Dr. E. D. Kennedy succeeds Dr. E. P. Schaffter (retired) as inspector in
charge at. Losi Angeles, Calif.
Dr. C. S. Rockwnell succeeds Dr. T. J. K'ean (retired) as inspector in charge
at,W'ilm~ington, Del.
Change in address of officials in charge
Dr. P. A. Franaman, care Custer Packing Co., M~iles City, Mlont., instead of
Miles Cityr Horse Products Co. (Inc.).
Dr. J. E. Spindler, 22 Federal Building, Newport, Vt., instead of 10 Federal
Building.
Dr. Aleier Brodner, 218! Federal Building, Honolulu, Hawaii, instead of
mailing address P. O. Box 63 and office at Haw~aii M~eat Co. (Ltd.).
Correction
Page 18, under establishment 59, J. J. Harrington (Inc.), should be J. J. Har-
rington & Co. (Inc.).


NOTICE 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 high official of the foreign country as specified
below, will be acceptable w~ith animal casings offered for importation into the
United States.
The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the national
government, having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign country
in which t~he casings originated, but ow~ing to the fact, that the high officials are
changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Ofkci~l title Foreign country
Secretary Department of Markets................... Australia.
Thle notice in Service and Regulatory Announcements of February, 1929, is
revoked so far as Australia is concerned.




















47,682
62,570
553. 765

60,057

65.671
19, 313
101,9560

107, 561
129,328
;2, 053



134,361
Oa, 167;
164, F.38
.50, 567



3, 755. ,62
46, 655, 860O
417, 123, 573


Station


Baltimore.. ....-~............. .....~........
Buffalo ....~-~..........................~......
C~hicago.....-~~~...........~.............
Cincinnati__.~~~..........~..~.............
Cleveland.--~.-.~~.~~.....~...~............
Denvoer~. .~..... .... ........ ........~. .. .......
Detroit.~.......~..~.~..........~............
Fort W~orth.~~...........~.....................
Indianapolis~.~............................
Kansas City.~................~~...............
lu lwaukiee.~.........-.............~..........
National Stock Yardls..~............~........
Newi York.~_....~......~.........~..........
Omaha.......~.............. ...........~......
Philadelphis.-~..~.~.. ~~...~...............
St. Louls.~~~~~...~...........~...............
Bioux C it y........~..~.~.............. ......
South h St. Joseph.~.......................~....
South St. Paul... .. . .
W ichar a .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
All other stations~.................... ...~.....

Total: June, 1930...........~...........
June, 1929.......~...............
12 months ended June, 193).~....
12 mont hs ended June, 1929.....

NewR York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and
N ew ark z_ __ .


SERVICE AND REGULATORYI ANNOU~NC~lllENTS


3go]


Cattle Calves Sheep Goars


5,857 2,296 2.3;1......
6,856 2, 142 8,45 ......
126, 18- 41, 145 0,84
11,97 7,30 9,58........
5,697 1 5,9;; 10.6b0......
7,085 1, 354 6.2115 ......
6.177 6,785 6.653......
25, 352 14, 192 25. 44 6 313
13,2-15 4,76b 15.01r .....
62,963 15, 196 114 438
11,313 35, 162 4 .C9 ......
26,481 12,5F- 70,% .......
28. 344~ 56, 439 268.000(I 1
73, 4r17 4, 1@ 2. 8 6
4r,813 l, (HM 2',281; ..........
11,9S8 5,222 12. 13 .
3-1, 337 1. 403 35, 9.5 3
23.643 5,r161 99,908 6 1
3e, 140) 44, 915 I 14, 54
-I 4ti4 1,9 953
124,910 7,2 214, 216 396 I

653 9.905 356i, 155 ,9,4 ,10
636, 2;h 34-1,306 1,10,55* 1525
6, 2ho, 78 4, 4'1.5 574 1,5. 306,b~ 69 1,
8(, 2b;-I31, J.526, 324 13.768, 665 21, 254


34,702 63,605 321,:05


151,202


r The slaughter gigures in t his group of c;ties are included in the figures abo':e for ** New- York and "All
other st at ions and are combined here to sbow otal in t he Greater New York dist rirt.
Horses slaughtered in June, 1930.... ................... ................ ................... ......1,1
Borses slaughtered in June, 1(J92.~-~..... ...~...~~~ ........................................... .... 11,9830
12 mont hs ended June, 1930. ..~~.~~.~.~...........~..~...~. ~................. ................... ... 136, 437
12 mourGs ended June, 1929.......~.........~.......~...................... ....................11,7
i nspect ions of la~rd at all establish ments, 118,887,598S inspection pou nds; compound andl it her subst i tutes,
35,290,3A1 inspection pounds; sjusa~ge, 63,471,219 inspection pounds; oleomairgaline, 10,510,1;8 inspection
pounds
Correspond ing inspect ions for J unc, 1929. Lardl, 158,4108,880 inspection pou nds; com pound and ot her s ub-
stitutes, 38,280.216 inspection pounds; sa3usage, 68,413,425 inspction poiundls; olromorg annre, 12',251,0l.4 in-
spection poundsy.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent "etual production, as the Pome product may have
been inspected and recorded more tharn once inr the process ofT mnufueture.)

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


Retaiined fo.r tuberculosis


Total
slaughter I




12..19 I
C2, !r3
73, ill

553.76 5
257. BI7
238, 014


Station


F Pssedl for
co~okmg


Con-
demnned



510
26
36

1, 136
163
199Y


Totnl


Cattle.
Chica~go..~....... ~_.....~....._...... .........
Kansas City'.~.~............~.....~...~............
Omsbs.-.~..........~..~....~ ~~.._.~............
Swine:
Chicago...~._.. _~_~..~.....~..~. ..............
Kansas Cit~..~.~..~...........~._.~..~...........
Omiaha_......................._......~......~.........


12'


77, 492
li',DOS


149
4


1, 210
1'5


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN JUNE, 1930, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT
INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTS












CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, MAY, 1930


Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Bwine


Em aciation-.................................... 260 109 290 35
Hog cholera~~~-~- ----------------.--------,-----.-----I--.. ........ -_I,........... ......_.... 620
Inflammatory diseases................................. 1, 084 215 410 2,160
Im m a turity.F.. -..... .... .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ... ... .. 243 .- -...... ..... ... .......
Tuberculo sis. ......................................... 1- I 776 34 .. 3, 923
Other causes... .............--~......................... 1, 045 163 498 3,825

Total............................................ 4, 174 764 1, 198 10, 568



IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS. JUN E, 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 June,
1930, w-ith figures for other periods for comparison.

Im ports of food ani~mals


Country of export Catttle Swine Sheep Goats


M exci co .. . .. . .. 9 .. . .
Canada..........--~---~----.... . .. .. 8, 4;6 71 177 1
England.~..~.......___....................~._~._.___......................~_-_........ 19 .....
Channel Islands.....-.~...~ ~~~.......................... 61 ..... ..........
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)................- .-.-.~. .......... 54 ..... ... .......

To al J ne 1 3 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 384 71 196 1
June, 1929..~...~..........................___~.~ 36, 393 105 115 14
12 months ended June, 19!0 1~~~.~.~.-.---.......... 409, 105 2, 150 11, 558 141
12 mont hs ended June, 1929~~.~.-._-..-_._.......... 572, 236 3, 038 37, 608 261


I Corrction has been usde in totals for 12 months ended June 30, 1930, for 1'2 swine erroneously reported
as 12 goaits in February', 1930, and i sheep omitted in August, 1929, due to delayed report.


Imp~or~ted meals a~nd mreal frood products


[July


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


oproductth ms



Pounds

11, 161

160, 064
32
2, 310

134, 81

336, 794
878, 69 t
8, 065, 294
11, 563, 215


Fresh and refrigerated


Beef Other


Pounds Pounds

62, 644 42, 181

169,556 696, 593



125, 433 .. ..

3.56, 633 3,07
5, 921,131 2,14, 505
23, 90U. 20 6, 783, 637
53, 085. 285 15, 704, 658


Cured and
canned



Pounrds
4, 91;, 08

2, 918, 2;5
152, 036

810,828
2, 031, 367
;2,778

10, 906, 182
8, 71, 554
98, 128, 070
89, 511, 853


Total
weight



Poulnds
4, 948. 154
115,989
2, 918, 265
1, 177, 5409
:32
813,138
2,034,367
333, 192

12, 335, 680
17, 965, 830
36, 586,700
169, 865, 014


Country of export


Argent ina.~~.....-~-.~...~~~.~............
A~ustralia~~.-.~..............................
Brazil. .............................~.......
Canada.~.....~- ....~.......................
New Zealand.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~~..~.........
Paraguay_..~.~~~.-~.-....................
Ulruguay.......... ........~...~.~ .......~..
Other countries~.~~.~. ........~~.~.........

Total: June, 1930.~-~.~~.~............
June, 1929................... ~
12 montbs ended June, 1930..
12 months ended June, 1929..


Condemned in June, 19r30: Beef, 6,192 pounds; pork, 258 pounds; total, 6,4L50 pounds.
Refused entry: Pork, 186G pounds.





SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


1930]


Tuberc~ulin tests
during month


Cat-
HrsCattle tie
Tested re-
sac~ted


2,278 19,0251 4
1,0591 12,8051 81
26 3,00 3
6?? 12,6641 431
24 69 7

l39 8, 465l 383

194, 9091 15
2,5301 74151 4

4351 4,404


4,2236,205 125

4, 9279, 62 1-5

461( 6,855 2

1.294 10.7485 I


31,1 16,50 26


399 5, 553 53
3,91~ 3~.4,44 2(7
2,9211 56,65 .0
65( 41,2 I
916 10,09 0

2641 4, 15 33
2, 094, 32, 54 1


4551 5,027 10
2i 252,4: ?1
6,574 100,026g 3, 30

1, 6830. 5J1 55
9,0113 66, i 7 403 j19 ,?Ci~(

41 1, 4 4


9,166e. 90, 177, 2,36
66 955211



1, 561,46 5
976 1,660 42

1,09 5,972 40

353 6, 387 143


ZI 869 20,21 23
1,83 9,338 10

3,54 71,1 381


1021 954 19
2417, 628 2651.

89, 622 945, 607 15, 192,


Totazl to date


Inspector in charge





R. E. Jackson.~....
F. L. Sebneider...
W. A. McLDonald.
R. Sny-der.~.......
W. E. Howe......

R. L. Smiith..~....
E. B. Simonnds~....
A. E. 'iebt~..~...
J. G. Fish.........
A. L. Hiirlemanno...


J. J. Lintner..~....

J. E.GOibson......

J. A~. Barger~.......

N. L. Tow-nsend..

W. F. Biles.~......

0. T. Cole........

0. R. Caldwell...
E. B.~ Simonds....

E. A~. Crorssman...
T. S. RIcLh.........
W;. J. Frctz........
H. R~obbion .......
Ralph Graham~....

J. W~. Murd~och...
A. H. Francis .....
L. C. Bunerrield..
E. A. Crossman....
Ellis E. ~c~Coy...
F. L.Schneidir..
H. B. Leilnard ....
W\. C. Deandinger .
HI. HI. Cohenoour ..
.L. J.De~rFosset...

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

S. B. Foster....
J. B. Re~idy....
E. A. Crossman...



H. L. Fry.........
B. L. Darby......

F. E.1LIurray......

L. H. Aidams......

R. E. Brookbsnk.
J. C. Ehlinr.......
B. nI. Newton..~..

J. S. Healy........

John T. Dallas....
E. F. Graves....
L. E. Case~..~.....


State official





C. A. Cary, Auburn.
R. J. Hight, Phoenir.
J. H. Bu.\, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.
C. G. Lamb, Denrer.

Charles Johnson. Hartfo~rd.
O. A. Newton, Bridger-ille.

J. \'. Knapp, Tallabassee.
J. hI. Sutton, Atlaura.

A. J. Dick~man, Boise.
D). W. Riobison, Spring-
field.
Frank H. Browrn, Indi-
Maupolis.
hI. U.~ Ihomburg, Des
hloines.
J. H. Mesrter, ~Topek~a.

D. E. W~estmlorland,
Fr Iar. kfort.
E. P. F low-er, Baton
Rouge.
H. hi. Tucker, Augusta.
Jameis B;. iOeuree, IDalti-
Ulvile.
E. F. Richardson, Boston.
C'. H. c.larki, Lawf ug.l
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
G. B. Brallshar, Jackison.
H. A. W~ilron, Jetle~rson
City-.
W'. J. Butler, Hlelren.
C. H. Hlays, Lincaln.

A. L. Fe lter, C~ollard..
J. H. MIc~tel, Trenton.
M~t KIe-nanA.lbulltguere.
E. T. Fauldelr, A~lba~ny.

WV. F. Crewe. Bismasrl t.
C'. Mc~Candless,, Colium-
bus.
C. C. Hlise~l, Ok;laoma
City.
W'. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. M~unce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
W~. ki. Lewis, Co~lumbia.
T. H. Rutb, Pirrre.
J. AI. Jones, Nasbvlle..
N.F. ilimFort

W'. H. Hendrickls, Salt
Lake City.
Ed ardi H. Jones, MIon -

B. C`. Givens, Richmond.
Robert Prior, Ojlympia.
John W~. Smith, Cnarles-
ton.
Waslter Wilsnic~ky, 10adi-
son.
H. D). Port, Che~y-one.
E.. F. Graves, Juneau.
L. E. Case, Honolulu.


State







Ariz.._...
Calif.-...
Colo....

Conn...
Del...~..
D. C....
Fla....


Idaho...


Ind.....

Towa....

Kans....

Ky-......




Mea~.~...
Mdic.....

Maiss.~...



M~ont.~..
Nebr....
Ner....
N. H.~..
N. J......
N. lex.
N. Y'....
N. C....
N. Da;.
Ohio~....

Okla ._..

Greg_....
Pa..~....
R. I.....

8. C...
S. Dak..
Tenn.-...
Texas.

Utab...




W'ash...
Wi. Va..

Wis.....


Alaska..


Total ./


Once-
tested
free
he~rds



8,57
12,2

1,32

3, 354
4, 538







153,9811

1413, 0'23

102, 00



3, 26


3', 450 '






32.93;
79, 217

3, 123
-1, 667




211,44

2,37

27, 659




9,;84
;3, 36


11,9

2, 547

55,25

63,3



11, 211



438, 454i 1


Herds
under
super-
vision


7 13,55.7
6~ ,653

b ,479
S2, 062


56, 519

9,010
-19,03




176,09

216, 919

103,30

81,2




33,6552

6, 147

112'.61
10,918
b6, 61

36, 426


8, 10S
12. L'6
3.01

2[,6,M24



3,155


1341,391
;13

70,635

73, 66


12, 57

12, 571

56,530
50, 071
65, 13

186,878

12,5;6
102


2, 919, 503(


cred-
ited l
hds


31;



18:

3, 29E
1, 30'

103
31


5, 575

20,198

3, 051

657


4 1



9, 219


;5
9, 143

219

62
125
I 1
4, 625
3,j32
24
50, 115
30;'
5, 363
525

262

494
6, 027
134

113
1, 292
133
426

99


976




12.414





82, 858


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








62 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Unly1


SUMMARY OF HOG CHOLERA CONTROL WTORK;, JUNE, 1930


Demonstrat ions; Out-
Bureau breaks

Stae n ea in sa- Pi'ut r qrq- le pore
en ged dressdined N m- t gsd formed tenedea di toP
work veteri-



Alabama.................... I 2 95 1 11 1 .........
Arkansats.................... I 1 1..... 6 .......1 ..... 2 1... ..... 2 16
Cali for ni a ........~....~.... 03 ... ~.. .. 1 .. .. .. 2 .. .
Colorado.........~........... I I 40 ... 2 .. .
Florida..........~...........I I..C A 2 82 27 3 ........ .......... 5
G eorgia.~...... ~~. .............I 1. 33 1...... .. 1100 162 2 I.......l. ..... .. 8
Idaho........................ .33 1........ 9 6 ..... ... 5 3 I 3
Illinois...........~....~......1 3 4 212 3 140 59 2 141 31
Indioan....~...~.............. 2 2 P 138 1........ ........1 31 1.._.~..1.........1 16
K ansas....... ............... 1 ........1 37 .. .. .
Kent ucky......_ ... ~.....(.. 2 1........1 24.5 ........ I .~. ..... 10 ............. 3
Louisian a ................... 1 .. 47 102 .. ... .. .
A~r~la lrylnd .. 2 239 .. .. .. ?2 6
M~ichigan................... 2 ..... 218 6 73 4 .... .. 13
Aliississi, p p~. ............... 1.03 2 GI 12 13 ... .. .. ..2

N ebraska .. .. .. .1 1 .. 8 2
North Caroline .............. 1 1........1 63 .................. 4 ~.-...............1 8
Ohio............~............. I .33 !........1 8 .. .. .. 321

South Canrolina.............. 1 .... 28 20 486 ... .. ... 1
South Dakota.....~.......... I .. 13 .. .. .. 1' .. .. 10
Ten nessee ................... .5 1....~.... 43 .. .. ... 1 ... .. .. 29
Texas....~.................... 1 1........1 45 1........ ......~.. ..~...... 1 1........1 12
V ir in a. ... .. .. ... .. .. 1 1........1 185 1...... .. I........ 3 ........ ........ I

n gtonL~::::::::::l 1.5 10 70 3 197 31 1 1.. ..... 5
Wi sc~onsin ................... I 1 2) 1........ I........ 9 I, 9..... 3

Total.................. 30. 7 32 2, 2;9 66 2,246 197 1? 17 218


t Fractiolns denote veterinariansi devoting part time to work-.
NOTE.-N~o reports of work by bureau men received from Iowa~, Molntana, Utah, and Wiest V'irginia.

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUMZ AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, JUNE, 1930



Total serum CI m MHe lood So s use-
cleared virus


C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
June, 1930.............. ........ 79,390,483 62. 202, 470 77, 876, 240 11. 569, 587 18, 1958, 67
June, 1929.................. ...._ 109. 592, 589 81.042, 783 78, 620, 279 9, 600, 834 17, 922, 465
12 mont hs ended June, 1930. ..~.~... 852, 185, 457 635. 548, 293 752, 670, 860 61, 5641. 599 172, 514, 428
1'2 mour bs ended J une, 1929. .......1 979, 571, 905 734, l151,611 859, 387, 674 63, 550, 125 210, 025, 522


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JUNE, 1930

License No. 6-A\ was issued June 5, 1930, to Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), 310
South M~ichigan Avenue, 1'706, Chicago, Ill., establishment near Zionsville, Ind.,
for blackleg bacterin.
License No. 6-A wass issued June 5, 1930. to Pitman-M~oore Co., 1220 Madison
Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., a subsidiary of Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), establish-
ment near Zionsville, Ind., for blackleg bacterin.
License No. 0-A was issued June 19, 1930, to Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), 310
South Mlichigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment near Zionaville, Ind.,
for abortion mixed bacterin (bovine).
License No. 6-A wvas issued June 19, 1930, to Pitman--Moore Co., 1220 Madison .
Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., a subsidiary of Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), establish-
meat near Zionst ille, Ind., for abortion mixed bacteria (bovine).







19501 SERVICE AND REGULATORY' ANNOUNCElllENTS 63

PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP

Permission waRs granted the National Chemical Co. of California, San Francisco.
Calif., on Masrch 30, 1927, to use Flag Brand lime-sulphur solution in official
dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies. Owving to a reduction in the density
of this product, the dilutions at which it is now~ permitted are as follows: 1 gallon
of dip to 13 gallons of water for cattle; I gallon of dip to 170 gallons of waster for
sheep.
These dilutions are to be adopted in all instances instead of t~he proportions of
1^ to 15- an I^ to 20 for cattle and sheep respectively as permitted Masrch 30.
1927.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAW'S

Penalties and fines have b~een imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-
latory law~s, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-Eight Hour LawR
Boston &r Maine Railroad, $100 penalty.
Chicago, Burlington &r Quincy Railroad Co., (41 cases), $400 penalties.
Chicago, M~ilwaukee, St. Paul &~ Pacific Railroad Co., 9100 penalty.
The Delaw~are &r Hudson Co. (2 cases.>, 9200 penalties.
Great Northern Railwayv Co. (2 cases) 5200 penalties.
Illinois Central Railroad Co., 5100 penalty.
International &r Creat Northern Railway Co. :.2 cases), $200 penalties.
Long Island Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties.
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railwasy Co. of Texas, $100 penalty.
Mlissouri Pacific Railroad Co. 113 casesl, $1,225 p-enalties.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Corporation in Nebraska, $100 penalty.
Mobile &r Ohio Railroad Co., $100 p~enalty.
Newv York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Northern Pacific Railw~ay Co., $100 penaltty.
Pennsylvania Railraod Co. 16 cases',, $600 p~enalties.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railw~ay Co., (5 cases), $500 penalties.
St. Louis Southw~estern Ra-ilw\ay Co., P100 penalty.
San Antonio, Uraslde &r Gulf Railroad Co., $100) penalty.
Southern Pacific Co., $100 penalty.
Livestock-Quarantine Law
New York Central Railroad Co., interstate miovement of infectious car, .9100
fine.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., inlterstate mnovem~ent of inifectiou~s car, $;100 fine.
George Northrup, Audubon, Iown, interstate shlipment of a reactor to the test
for tuberculosis without certificate, 9100 fine.
Ben Pezzner, Mlount Upton, N. Y'., interstate shipment of cattle fromn New
Y'ork to Pennsy-lvania, without prior tuberculin test, $25 fine.
Wm. Pezzner, Waslton, N. Y'., samne offense, $25 fine.
Ben Robsen, W'alton, N. Y-., samne offense, $25 fine.
G. H. Ward, Walton, N. Y'., same offense 15 cases., $125 fine.

MIeat Inspection Law
For offering uninspected meatt for interstate shipment: Wanlter Leber, St. Louis,
M~o., $500 fine; Louis Stecker. Binghamnton, N. Y'., $50 fine; Oregon Savin9r
Produce Exchange (Inc.), Portland Oreg., 850 fine.
For offering unsound meat for ilt~erstate shipment: U~nited Dressedl Meat Co.,
Wilkes-Barre, PR., $2,960 finle; Ales Chernini. Wilkes-Barre. Pa., 8100 fine;
M~orris Lieb, W'ilkes-Barre, Pa., 8100 finle; Mlelvin J. Bu~rkett, Waslton, N. Y~.,
$100 fine; Carl Elmer, Durhamville, N. Y~., $100 fine; Amos B. W'ard, O)neonta,
N. Y., $100) fine; W'illiam Browvnriggr, Burlington Flats.s N. Y., 9100 fine; My~ron
J. Dailey, Lisb~on, N. Y'., 5100 fine; Clarence M~orris, Titusville, Pa., 910 fine.




UNIlVERSITY OF FL ORIDA


64- BUREATJ OF ANIMAL INDUS' 3 1262 08852 7287

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU 1'

[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual em ployees, but sends copies to,
officers in charge of stations and otlices. Thes publications should be regarded as noltifcation copie>e
So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request] 5
Yearbook Separate No. 1112. Hog-Cholera Control Is Aided by Knowledge.of
Other Swine Diseases. By T. P. White, Division of Bog-Cholera Control,
Pp. 3.
Yearbook Separate No. 1119. Pastures Have a, Wide Variation in Feeding.
Value for Livestock. By Paul E. Howe, Animal Husbandry Division.. Pp. 2.~ i;
Yearbooki Separate No. I120. Hog Weight Affects Yield and Popularity of'
Market Pork Cuts. By K. F. Warner, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 3.
Yearbook Separate Njo. I122. Horses and M~ules Now Raised Are Much I
Fewer Than Replacement Needs. By S. R. Speelman, Animal HiIusbandry-
Division. Pp. 3.
Yearbook Separate No. 1123. Lambs Born Twins Are More Profitable Tharm
Singles, Figures Show. By C. G. Potts, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. I1241. Wool of Long Staple Is Most Profita~ble us
Tests With Rambouillet Sheep. By D. A. Spencer, Animal Husbandry Division.
Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. 1126. Poultry Inbreeding, If Practiced too Cl'oselyr,
Is Found to Be Harmful. By M. A. Jull, Animal H~lusbandry Division. Pp. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. 1127. Poult~ry Production Is Increased Materially By i
Bat~tery~ Brooding. By A. R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 4.
Yearbook Separate N~o. 1128. Soybeans Are Valuable For Silage When Grown
W'ith Other Feed Crops. By W. R. Dodson, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 2.
Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited area for tuberculosis. P. 1, (mimeographed).
B. A. I. Order 326, notice concerning the importation of animals and meats.
from countries where rinderpest or foot-and-mouth disease exists. P. 1, (mimeo-
graphed).
Outline for Conducting a Scrutb-Sire Trial. Pp. 20, (revised, mimeographed).
Report of Progress of the Better Sires-Iretter Stock Campaign. Pp. 7,.
(mimeographed).

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chielf: JoAN R. MIOHLER.
Aissociatle Chief: U. Gr. HOUCK.
Assistanbt Chief: A. W. MILLER.
Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. Connaw.
Assistant to Chief: D. S. Be~Am.
Animal Husbanidry Divlision: E. W. SHEETS, Chief.
Biochemnic Divlisioni: M. DORSET, chief.
Divlision of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. Houcp, chief.
Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMrORE, Chief.
Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief.
Mieat Inspection Divisionz: R. P. STEDDOM\, chief.
Packers anid Stocky~ards Division: A. W. MILLER, Chief.
Pathological Division: Joan S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Tick Eradicaltion Divrision: R. A. RAMlSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Divrision: A. E. WIuRT, chief.
Zoological Divisuion: MA UR ICE C. 8 ALL, Chief .
E~Lperiment Station:' W. E. CorroN, superintendent.
O~tlce of Acecounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, ill Charge.
O.172ce of' Personnel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in charge.



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8. R. A.-B. A. I. 279. -United States Departmen SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY JULY, 1930 , 1930 [This publication is is sued m~nthly f or 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 officers whose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned . Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. 0., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a yea r. A supply will be sent to each official in charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.] CONTENTS Changes in directory ______________________________________________________________________________ _ Notice~ reg a rdi~g meat in~pecti?~----_____________________________________________________________ _ Ammal cas ings of foreign ongm ___ -------------------------------------------------------------Anim a ls slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, June, 1930 ___________________________________ _ Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, June, 1930 ____________ _ _ _ Causes of condemnation of carcasses, May, 1930 _______________________________________________ _ Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, June, 1930 ___________________ _ Summa r y of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, June, 1930_________ _ _ _ _ ~ -Summary of hog-cholera-control work, June, 1930 ________________________ _______________ ,___ ____ _ Anti-hog-ch olera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, June, 1930 ____________ ___ , Lic e nses issued for biological products, June, 1930 ___ ----------------------------------------~ -Permitted dip for scabies of cattle and sheeP---------------------------------------~----------~ ~ Page 57 58 58, 9 Results of prosecutions for violations of laws _________________________________________ ________ _.,:__ 63 New ~ubljcations of the bureau_-.----------_____________________________ _ :: ___________ ,. ____________ ,..r 64 Orgamz at10n of the Bure a u of Ammal Industry_--------------------~='-------------------______ .,._".." 6 .,-~.,,,,. CHANGES IN DIRECTOR y Meat Inspection Granted t34. Vacuum Sealed Food Corporation, 15 Rivington Street, New York, N. Y. 720. Monroe Packing Co., 1801 Monroe Street, Gary, Ind. Meat Inspection Withdrawn 19-D. The Cudahy Packing Co., Watuppa, F a ll River, Mass. t34. Krainin's Food Products (Inc.), 15 Rivington Street, New York, N. Y. t909. L. Forman & Sons, 425 East Forty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y. Change in Name of Official Establishment tl38. Sausage Specialties (Inc.), 217 Broome Street, Newark, N. J., instead of Sausage Specialties Co. (Inc.) . E50. Custer Packing Co., 1615 Waterman Avenue, mail P. 0. box 749, Miles City, Mont., instead of Miles City Horse Products Co. (Inc.). t No sealed cars. 6488-30 57

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58 BUREAU OF A~IMAL INDUSTRY New Substation Gary, Ind., meat inspection, under Chicago, Ill. Change of Officials in Charge [July Dr. Daniel D. Tierney succeeds Dr. Otto Hornlein as inspector in charge at Austin, Minn. Dr. Otto Hornlein succeeds Dr. G. W. Butler. (retired) as inspector in charge at Indianapolis, Ind. Dr. Clifford L. Hall succeeds Dr. P. P. Taylor as inspector in charge at Huron, S. Dak. Dr. P. P. Taylor succeeds Dr. M. 0. Anderson (retired) as inspector in charge at Portland, Oreg. Dr. Wm. C. Wootton succeeds Dr. E. P. Barnhart as inspector in charge at Erie, Pa. Dr. E. P. Barnhart succeeds Dr. G. H. Woolfolk as inspector in charge at Albany, N. Y. Dr. G. H. Woolfolk succeeds Dr. S. A. King as inspector in charge at Knoxville, Tenn. Dr. S. A. King succeeds Dr. J. Huelsen (retired) as inspector in charge at Paterson, N. J. Dr. M. L. Crans succeeds Dr. L. H. Allen as inspector in charge at Terre Haute, Ind. Dr. L. H. Allen succeeds Dr. Joseph Hannon as inspector in charge at Davenport, Iowa. Dr. Joseph Hannon ucceeds Dr. James Johnston (retired) as inspector in charge at Alton, Ill. Edward Smith succeeds W. E. Jennings (retired) as inspector in charge at Hartford, Conn. Dr. Meier Brodner succeeds Dr. J. R. Aufente as inspector in charge at Honolulu, Hawaii. Dr. J. R. Aufente succeeds Dr. E. D. Kennedy as inspector in charge at Spokane, Wash. Dr. E. D. Kennedy succeeds Dr. E. P. Schaffter (retired) as inspector in charge at Los Angeles, Calif. Dr. C. S. Rockwell succeeds Dr. T. J. Kean (retired) as inspector in charge at., Wilmington, DeJ. Change in address of officials in charge Dr. P. A. Franzman, care Custer Packing Co., Miles City, Mont., instead of Miles City Horse Products Co. (Inc.). Dr. J. E. Spindler, 22 Federal Building, Newport, Vt., instead of 10 Federal Building. Dr. Meier Brodner, 218H Federal Building, Honolulu, Hawaii, instead of mailing address P. 0. Box 63 and office at Hawaii Meat Co. (Ltd.). Correction Page 18, under establishment 59, J. J. Harrington (Inc.), should be J. J. Harrington & Co. (Inc.). NOTICE 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 high official of the foreign country as specified below, will be acceptable with animal ca ings offered for importation into the United States. The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the national government having jurisdiction over the health of animal in the foreign country in which the casings originated, but owing to the fact that the high officials are changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names. Offichl title Foreign couutry Secretary Department of Markets ___________________ Australia. The notice in Service and Regulatory Announcements of February, 1929, is revoked so far as Au tralia is concerned.

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3190] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 59 ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN JUNE, 1930 , UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTS Station B a l timore _________________ _______ __________ _ Buffalo _____________________________________ _ 8f~~r~ai1_====================== = =========== C l eveland _____________________________ _ ____ _ Denver _____________________________________ _ Detroit _____________________________________ _ Fort Worth _________________________________ _ Indianapolis ________________________________ _ Kansas City ______________ _________________ _ _ Milwaukee __________ ----_ _ --_______________ _ National Stock Yards ______________________ _ New York __________________________________ _ Omaha _____________________________________ _ Philadelphia ________________ _ -_________ -___ _ St. Lou is _ __________________________________ _ Siou x City __________________________________ _ South St. Joseph _______ _____________________ _ South St. P a ul ______________________________ _ Wichit a ____________________________________ _ All other stations ____________________ _______ _ Total: June, 1930 _________ ____________ _ June, 1929 _____________________ _ 12 months ended June, 1930 ____ _ 1 2 months ended June, 1929 ____ _ N ew York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and Newark 1 ___________________ _____________ _ _ Cattl e 5,887 6,856 126,184 11,997 5,697 7,085 6,177 25,382 13,245 62,963 I 11,313 I 26,4 1 28,344 I 73,411 I 4,813 11, 9 8 I 34,337 23,843 3,140 4,846 124,910 653,905 636,278 , 2 0, 77 8,284,324 1-----34, 102 I Calves 2,296 2, 1421 41, 1 5 7,430 5,977 1,354 6, 7 5 14,192 4 ,76 15,196 35,162 12,5 4 56,439 4,1 4 8 ,0-16 , 222 1,403 5,081 44, 9151 1,58 2 77,215 356,158 344,306 4,491,574 4,526,324 63, 6081 Sheep 2,371 ,4 2 207,284 9,45 10,6 0 8,208 6,653 25,446 15,018 119,871 4,690 70,5 9 26 .006 12, 67 22,286 12 743 35,095 99,90 14,842 9,803 214,246 1,294,546 1, 107, 7 5 15,306 , 99 13, 76,865 321, 105 I Goats 1 313 438 1 6 3 6 6 396 1,170 1,52 21,8 7 21,284 1 Swine 47,682 62, 70 583,765 76,773 60,057 21,989 65,871 19,313 101,980 257,967 107,861 129,328 72,053 23 , 014 62, 719 125,823 1 34,36 1 98,167 164,638 50,867 1 ,206,774 3,688,872 3,755,620 46,6 ,860 47,163,573 151,202 1 The sl a u ghter 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. Hors es s l a u ghtered in June, 1930_________ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ ____ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ __ __ 13, 919 Horses s l aughtered in June, 1929__________________________________________________________________ 11,930 12 months ended June, 1930 ______________________________________________________________________ 136,437 12 months ended June, 1929 ______ .. _____ . ___ . _. _. ________________________________________________ 116, 877 Inspections o f l ard at all estab lishments , 148,8 7,598 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 35,290,351 inspection pounds; saus age, 63,471,219 inspection pounds; oleom a rga1ine, 10,510,178 inspection po unds. Correspond i ng inspections for June, 1929: L ard, 1 5 ,408,886 inspe<,tion pounds; compound and other substitutes, 38,280,246 insp ection pounds; s a u sage, 68,413,425 inspection pounds; o l eomargarine, 12,242,034 inspection pounds. (These tota l s o f insp ectio n pounds do not r ep r esent actu a l production, as the same product may have been insp ected and recorded more tha n once in the process of manufa cture.) EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAU GH TERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MARKETS, JUNE, 1930 Sta tion Total s l a u ghter Retained for tuber cu losis Tota l I Passed f or 1 cooking Con d emned --------------------,-----_____ , _____ , ____ _ Cattle: Chicago ___ ________________________________________ _ K ansa s City ______________________________________ _ Omaha ___________________________________________ _ Swine: Chicago ___________________________________________ _ K ansag City ________________________________ _ _____ _ Omaha ____________________________________________ _ 1 26,184 62,963 73,417 583, 765 257,9 6 7 238,014 4,439 129 386 77,492 1s, r.os I 22,714 149 4 20 1,210 185 224 510 26 136 1, 136 163 199

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60 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [1uly CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, MAY, 1930 Cause Cattle Calves . Sheep Swine Emaciation............................................ 269 109 290 35 Hog cholera .............. ----------------------------620 Inflammatory diseases--------1,084 215 410 2,160 Immaturity_.----___ -----_--.. .......... ___ • _ ....... _ 243 _____ .. __ . __ ... ---Tuberculosis .. --• ---1, 776 34 -----------3,923 Other r,auses ... ---------1,045 163 498 3,825 Tota} ___ ------------4,174 764 1, 198 10,563 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS. JUNE, 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 June, 1930, with figures for other periods for comparison. Imports of food animals Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats Mexico ... --------------------------------------7, 793 --------------Canada . . _ ... -.. -.... _._ .... __ .......................... ___ ._._ 8,476 71 177 1 England .. _____ --...... ___ -.. __ ----___ .. _ -__ . --_ __ 19 ____ Channel Islands ________ -----------------------------61 __________ ---------------Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico) .... ------------------------------54 ____________________ ---------Total: June, 1930 _______ -__ ---_ ..... ---__ ------June, 1929 _______ . _ -. ________ ... ----..... . 12 months ended June, 193 0 1---------12 months ended June, 1929.----------------16,384 36,393 409,105 572,236 71 105 2,150 3,038 196 115 11,558 37,608 1 14 141 261 1 Correction has been made in totals for 12 months ended June 30, 1930, for 12 swine erroneously reported as 12 goats in February, 1930, and 5 sheep omitted in August, 1929, due to delayed report. Imported meats and meat.food products Fresh and refrigerated Country of export Cured and Other meat canned products Beef Other Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Argentina .. ------------------------------------------4,917,908 28,246 Australia ... ------------------------------62,644 42, 184 -----------11, 161 Brazil.------------------------------------------------2,918,265 -----------Canada _____ ---.... -----____ . ___________ 168,556 696,893 152,036 160,064 New Zealand--.. __ __ . ___ . _____ . ___ ------------------------------------32 P araguay_ .. _----....... --_ ... ------. -----------------------810,828 2,310 UruguaY-------------------------------------------------2,034,367 -----------Other countries .. -•.. --_____ . ______ --_ 125,433 ------------72,778 134,981 Total: June, 1930 .. -----------356,633 739,077 10,906,182 336,794 June, 1929. ___________________ 5,921,13 1 2,194,505 8,971 ,554 878,649 12 montQs ended June, 1930. _ 23,909,708 6,783,637 98,128,070 8,065,294 1 2 months ended June, 1929 __ 53,085,288 15,704,65 8 89,511,853 11,563,215 Condemned in June, 1930: Beef, 6,192 pounds; pork, 258 pounds; total, 6,450 pounds. Refused entry: Pork, 186 pounds. Total weight Pounds 4,946,154 115,989 2,918,265 1,177,549 32 813,138 2,034,367 333,192 12,338,68 6 17,96 5,83 9 36,886,709 1 69,865,014

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 61 SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATIO N WORK IN' COOP E R ATION W ITH STAT E S , J U N E , 1 93 0 I Tuber c uli n tests T otal t o date d uri ng month .State CatOnceAc-Her ds Inspecto r in cha r ge State official H e r ds Cattl e t l e t ested cred -under or tested r e free ited super l ots a cted herds herds vision -Ala _ ____ 2,278 19,025 4 10,970 317 13,557 R. E. Jackson _____ C. A. Cary, Auburn. Ariz _____ 1,059 12,805 81 8,557 46 8,653 F. L. Schneider ___ R. J. Hight, Phoenix. Ark _____ 256 3,004 3 12,522 16 12,541 W. A. McDonald_ J. H. Bux, Little Rock. Calif._ __ 677 12,664 431 7,934 147 8,479 R. Snyder_ _______ J.P. Iverson, Sacramento. Co l o ____ 24 639 7 1,362 185 2,062 W. E. Howe ______ C. G. Lamb, Denver. Conn _ _ _ 739 8,465 383 3,354 3,293 7,127 R. L. Smith ______ Charles Johnson. Hartford. Del. _ ___ 161 1,837 62 4,538 1,305 6,519 E. B. Simonds ____ 0. A. Newton, Bridgeville. D. c ____ 0 0 0 44 1 46 A. E. Wight_ _____ Fla _____ 129 4,909 15 8,177 103 9,010 J. G. Fish ________ _ J . V. Knapp, Tallahassee. Ga ______ 2,530 7,418 4 49,058 31 49,093 A. L. Hirleman ___ J. M. Sutton, Atlanta. Idah o ___ 435 4,480 4 37,549 66 40,820 W. A. Sullivan ____ A. J. Dickman , Boise. IlL ____ _ 11,488 107,926 3,063 28,691 5,575 178,846 J. J. Lintner_ _____ D. W. Robison, S pringfield. tnd _____ 4,229 36,205 125 153,981 20,198 176,095 J.E. Gibson ___ _ _ _ Frank H. Brown, Indianapolis. Iowa ____ 4,962 79,627 r1:: 1,145 143,023 3,051 216,919 J. A. Barger_ ______ M. G. Thornburg, Des Moines. "Kans ____ 461 6,857 24 102,600 657 103,380 N. L. Townsend __ J.E. Mercer, Topeka. Ky------1 ,294 10,748 13 79,382 41 81,229 W. F. Biles _______ D. E. Westmorland, Frankfort. La ______ 345 5,628 81 3,246 14 3,426 G. T. Cole ________ E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge. Me _____ 254 3,137 0 42,803 961 43,817 G. R. Caldwell ___ H. M. Tucker, Augusta. Md _____ 1, 711 16,890 216 16,627 9,219 33,552 E. B. Simonds ____ James B. Geo rge, Bal timore. Mass ____ 399 5,553 153 3,450 2, 172 6,147 E . A. Crossman ___ E. F. Richardson, Boston. Mich ____ 3,918 34,442 207 ] 83,866 75 1 85,070 T. S. Rich ________ C. R. C l ark, Lansing. Minn _ _ _ 2,921 56,653 540 102,248 9,143 112,616 W. J. Fretz _______ C. E. Cotton, St. Paul. Miss ____ 657 4,226 1 10,890 28 10,91 8 H. Robbins _______ G. B. Bradshaw, Jackson. Mo _____ 916 10,098 40 82,428 219 86,261 Ralph Graham ____ E. A. Wilson, Jefferson City. Mont_ __ 264 4,165 33 32,937 62 36,426 J. W. Murdoch ___ W. J. Butler, Helena. Nebr ____ 2,094 32,554 81 79,217 125 80,049 A.H. Francis _____ C.H. Hays, Lincoln. Nev _____ 85 1,234 0 2 ,277 16 2,586 L. C. Butterfield __ Edward Records, Reno. N. H ____ 246 2, 701 72 3,123 4,625 8,108 E. A. Crossman ___ A. L. Felke r, Conco rd. N. J _____ 455 5,027 210 4,667 3,832 12,256 Ellis E. McCoy ___ J. H. McNeil, Trenton. N. Mex_ 228 2,445 21 2,908 24 3,010 F. L. Schneider_ __ Mat Keenan, Albuque rque. N. y ____ 6,874 100,026 3,850 27,800 80,1 8 117,626 H. B. Leonard ____ E.T. Faulder, Albany. N. C ____ 240 2,696 1 256,617 307 256,924 W. C. Dendinger _ William Moore, Ral e i gh. N. Dak. 1,628 30,541 85 57,114 5,363 68,872 H. H. Cohenour __ W. F. Crewe, Bismarck. Ohio _ ___ 9,013 66,787 403 211,446 828 217,908 A. J. De Fosset_ __ C. McCandless, Columbus. Ok l a ____ 41 1,524 4 2,877 262 3,155 L. J. Allen ________ C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma -Oreg ____ City. 1 ,159 9,83 8 37 27,659 494 28,169 S. B. Foster_ ______ W. E . Lytle, Salem. P a ______ 1 9,166 90, 17,5 2,346 ll8,324 6,027 134,391 J.B. Reidy _______ T. E. Munce, Harrisburg. R. r__ ___ 66 955 211 249 134 713 E. A. Crossman ___ T. E. Robinson, Providence. s. c __ __ . 935 4,597 0 70,461 ll3 70,635 W. K. Lewis ______ W. K. L ew is, Columbia. S. Dak __ 205 5,256 27 9,784 1,292 11,218 J. 0 . Wilson ______ T. H. Ruth, Pierre. Tenn _ ___ 1 ,596 10,446 5 73,3 8 6 133 73,6 2 6 H. L. Fry _________ J. M. Jones, Nashville. Texas ___ 976 12,660 42 35 426 600 H. L . Darby ______ N. F. Williams, Fort Worth. utah ____ 1 ,096 5,972 40 ll,992 99 12,457 F. E. Murray _____ w. H. Hendricks, Salt Vt_ _____ Lake City. 353 6,387 143 2,847 7,523 12,571 L. H. Adams ______ Edward H. Jones, Mont-Va ____ _ _ 2,738 p e li e r . 15, 759 65 55,275 976 56,530 R. E. Brookbank_ H. C. Givens, Richmo nd. Wash ___ 1,869 20,2]6 231 45,898 89 50,071 J.C. E x line _______ Robert Prior, Olympia. W. Va __ 1 ,836 9,338 10 63,335 640 65,139 H . M. Newton ____ John W. Smith, Charleston. W i s _____ 3,548 71,120 381 1 69,626 1 2,414 186,878 J. S. Heal y ________ Walter Wisnicky, Madi-son . Wyo ____ 242 1 ,350 5 11,211 3 12,576 John T . Dallas ____ H . D. Port, Cheyenne. A l aska __ 102 954 19 89 0 102 E. F. Graves ______ E. F. Graves, Juneau. HawaiL 724 17,628 265 . . 724 L. E. Case ________ L. E. Case, Honolulu. ---------------------Total_ 89,622 985,607 15,189 2,438,454 182,858 2,919,503

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62 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY (July SUMMARY OF HOG CHOLERA CONTROL WORK, JUNE, 1930 Bureau veteriPremnarians . Meetises Demonstrations I I out-Farms breaks Farms I re-~utop-quaran-c eaned ported State d mgs ad-.. . eng_age dressed mvest1sies per. d and b Num-Hogs formed tme or disin-to um gated ber treated carded fected reau work: Ala bama____________________ 1 Arkansas____________________ 1 California________________ ___ . 03 Colorado____________________ 1 Florida______________________ 1. fi Georgia______________________ 1. 33 Idaho________________________ . 33 Illinois______________________ 3 Indiana______________________ 2 Kansas______________________ 1 Ken~l!Cky _ ------------------2 Lows1ana______ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ 1 Maryland___________________ 2 Michigan____________________ 2 Mississippi._________________ 1. 03 Missouri_____________________ 1 Nebraska____________________ . 15 North Caroli na______________ 1 Ohio_________________________ . 33 Okl a homa___________________ 1 South Carolina______________ 1 South Dakota_______________ 1 Tennessee___________________ . 5 Texas________________________ 1 Virginia_____________________ 1 ==== = = = = = = = = = = = = } 1. 5 W1scons m _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ ___ _ _ __ _ 1 2 1 2 4 2 --------1 2 1 10 7 95 46 1 40 2 100 96 212 1 3 37 24,5 47 239 218 61 85 18 63 8 43 2 13 43 45 1 8 4 70 7 9 3 11 257 162 140 1 ----------------2 2 2 veterinarians 1 16 2 -----------------------3 2 5 59 34 3 2 1 14 5 8 3 31 16 ---------------10 ----------------3 5 102 -----------------------------------------------7 2 --------6 6 738 4 ----------------13 12 153 3 ---------------2 ----------------7 ----------------10 ---------------8 ----------------2 ----------------4 ----------------8 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 7 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 32 ----------------4 1 --------1 20 486 ------------------------1 ---------------17 ----------------10 ----------------1 ----------------29 ----------------------1 --------12 ----------------3 ----------------1 3 197 3 1 5 22 ----------------9 2 3 TotaL__ ____ ______ __ __ 30. 7 32 2,279 66 2,246 197 1 2 17 218 1 Fractions denote veterinarians devotin g part time to work . N0TE.-No reports of work by bureau men received from Iow a, Montana, Utah, and West Virginia. ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED UNDER LICENSES, JUNE, 1930 I Clear serum Hyperim-SimultaneHyperim-Total serum completed mune blood ous virus munizing cleared virus C . c. C. C . C. c. C. C. C. C. June, 1930 _________________________ 79,390,483 62.202,470 77,876 ,240 11,569,587 18, 19,667 June, 1929 _ _ _______________________ 109,892,589 81,042,783 78,620,279 9,800,834 17,922 ,465 12 months ended June, 1930 ________ 852,185,457 635.548,293 752,670,860 61,564,599 172,514,428 12 months ended June, 1929 ________ 979,571,905 734, 181, 611 859,387,674 63,550,125 210,025,522 LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JUNE, 1930 License No. 6-A was issued June 5, 1930, to Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), 310 South Michigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment near Zionsville, Ind., for blackleg bacterin. License No. 6-A was issued June 5, 1930, to Pitman-Moore Co., 1220 Madison Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., a subsidiary of Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), establishment near Zionsville, Ind., for blackleg bacterin. License No. 6-A was issued June 19, 1930, to Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), 310 South Michigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment near Zionsville, Ind., for abortion mixed bacterin (bovine) . License No. 6-A was issued June 19, 1930, to Pitman-Moore Co., 1220 Madison Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., a subsidiary of Allied Laboratories, (Inc.), establishment near Zionsville, Ind., for abortion mixed bacterin (bovine).

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1930) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 63 PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP Permission was granted the National Chemical Co. of California, San Francisco. Calif., on March 30, 1927, to use "Flag Brand" lime-sulphur solution in official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies. Owing to a reduction in the density of this product, the dilutions at which it is now permitted are as follows: 1 gallon of dip to 13 gallons of water for cattle; 1 gallon of dip to 17 , H gallons of water for sheep. These dilutions are to be adopted in all instances instead of the proportions of 1 to 15 and 1 to 20 for cattle and sheep respectively as permitted March 30, 1927. RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: Twenty-Eight Hour Law Boston & Maine Railroad, $100 penalty. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., (4 cases), $400 penalties. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty. The D elaware & Hudson Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Great Northern Railway Co. (2 case) $200 penalties. Illinois C entral Railroad Co., $100 penalty. International & Great Northern Railway Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Long Island R ailroad Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties. Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co., $ 100 penalty. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Co. of Texas, $ 100 penalty. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. (13 cases), $1,225 penalties. Missouri Pacific Railroad Corporation in Nebra ka, $100 penalty. Mobile & Ohio Railroad Co., $ 100 penalty. New York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Northern Pacific Railway Co., $ 100 penalty. Pennsylvania Railraod Co. (6 case ) , $600 penalties. St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co., (5 cases), $50 0 penalties. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co., $100 penalty. San Antonio, Uvalde & Gulf Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Southern Pacific Co., $100 penalty. Livestock-Quarantine Law New York Central Railroad Co., interstate movement of infectious car, $10 0 fine. Pennsylvania Railroad Co., interstate movement of infectious car, $100 fine. George Northrup, Audubon, Iowa, interstate shipment of a reactor to the test for tuberculosis without certificate, $100 fine. Ben Pezzne r, Mount Upton, N. Y., interstate shipment of cattle from New York to Pennsylvania, without prior tuberculin test, $25 fine. Wm. P ezzner, Walton, N. Y., same offense, 25 fine. Ben Robzen, Walton, N. Y., same offense, $25 fine. G. H. Ward, Walton, N. Y., same offense ( 5 cases), $125 fine. Meat Inspection Law For offering uninspected meat for interstate shipment: Walter Leber, St. Louis, Mo., $500 fine; Louis Stecker, Binghamton, N. Y., $50 fin e ; Oregon Savinar Produce Exchange (Inc.), Portland Oreg . , $50 fine. For offering unsound meat for interstate shipment: United Dressed Meat Co., Wilkes-Barre, Pa., $2,960 fin e ; Alex Chernin, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., $10 0 fin e ; Morris Lieb, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., $ 100 fine; Melvin J. Burkett, Walton, N. Y., $100 fine; Carl Elmer, Durhamville, N. Y., $1 00 fine; Amos B. Ward, Oneonta, N. Y., $100 fine; William Brownrigg, Burlington Flats, N. Y., $ 100 fine; Myron J. Dailey, Lisbon, N. Y., $100 fin e ; Clarence Morris, Titusville, P a., $10 fine.

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UIJIVERSITY OF FL ORIOA I I I II IIIII I Ill Ill lllll lllll II IIII I IIIII Ill Ill 1111111111111111111 64 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUS' 3 1262 08852 7287 NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to, officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So far as pos sib le additional copies will be furnished on request] Yearbook Separate No. 1112. Hog-Cholera Control Is Aided by Knowledge of Other Swine Diseases. By T. P. White, Division of Hog-Cholera Control.. Pp. 3. Yearbook Separate No. 1119. Pastures Have a Wide Variation in Feeding. Value for Livestock. By Paul E. Howe, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 2 .. Yearbook Separate No. 1120. Hog Weight Affects Yield and Popularity of" Market Pork Cuts. By K. F. Warner, Animal Husbandry Division-. Pp. 3. Yearbook Separate No. 1122. Horses and Mules Now Raised Are Muchi Fewer Than Replacement Needs. By S. R. Speelman, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 3. Yearbook Separate No. 1123. Lambs Born Twins Are More Profitable Than Singles, Figures Show. By C. G. Potts, Animal Husbandry Divisfon. Pp. 2. Yearbook Separate No. 1124. Wool of Long Staple Is Most Profitable im Tests With Rambouillet Sheep. By D. A. Spencer, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 2. Yea,rbook Separate No. 1126. Poultry Inbreeding, If Practiced too Ciosely, Is Found to Be Harmful. By M. A. Jull, Animal Husbandry Dfvision. Pp. 2. Yearbook Separate No. 1127. Poultry Production Is Increased Materially By Battery Brooding. By A. R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 4. Yearbook Separate No. 1128. Soybeans Are Valuable For Silage When Grown With Other Feed Crops. By W.R. Dodson, Animal Husbandry Dfvision. Pp. 2. Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in modified accredited area for tuberculosis. P. 1, (mimeographed). B. A. I. Order 326, notice concerning the importation of animals and meats from countries where rinderpest or foot-and-mouth disease exists. P. 1, (mimeographed). Outline for Conducting a Scrub-Sire Trial. Pp. 20, (revised, mimeographed). Report of Progress of the Better Sires-B'etter Stock Campaign. Pp. 7 r, (mimeographed). ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Chief: 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 D ivision: E. W. SHEETS, chief. Bioch emic Division: M. DORSET, chief. D ivision of Hog-Chol era Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief. Meat Inspection D ivision : R. P. STEDDOM, chief. Pa ckers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, chief. P athologica l D ivision: JoHN S. BucKLEY, chief. Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief. Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief. Zoological Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief. E.iperiment Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent. O:(fice of Accounts: GEORGE F. TucKER, in charge. Office of Personnel: GEORGE H. RussELL, in charge. U.S. GOVERNIIERT PRINTING OFFICE• IUO For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Wnshington, D. C. ----Price 5 cent• Subscription price, 25 cents a year


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