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8 R. A.--B. A. I. 276 fa,13



United States Departmt of A icultu



SERVICE AND REGULATORY T

~i$ BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDU

APRIL, 1930


1This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructlions, rulings, etc., con-
corning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industr.\. Free dlistribution 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 formation, and journals especiallyr concerned. Ot hers
desiring copies may' obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office,
Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a yvear. A9 supply~ will hie sent to each official mn charge
Sof a station or branch of the bureau service, who should pro~mptlyl distribute copies to members of his
force. A file should be kept at each station for referencedl


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directory...~..... ....~..~............................. .........-......................2
Notices regarding ment inspection~~...........~................................ ..........~_~._........3
Anim al easings of foreign origin.. .. .. .. .... .. ... .... 30
Shipment of unmarked meat in cars bearing Government seals.............................. 30
Animals slaughtered in hAlarch under Federal meat inspectino......... .~...........~...... ...... 31
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important ma~rkets.._........... .~.~:.~.. 31
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, February', 1930)............_... ................~ ....~..~.... 31
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products. .............. ~ .......~.... 32
Bumma~nry of.tuberculosis-erad ic~ation work in cooperate ion with Sta tes, 11alreb, .... 32
Anti-bog-cbolera serum and bog-cholera virus produced under licenses ....,.1.Q ... 33
Licenses issued for biological products in lklarch, 1930 .. ............::l. ..Grv..g- ... .~.... 33
Licenses terminated in M~arch, 1J30~.~.~...~.... .....~..............,: ,.... ...,.. .
Summary of hog-cholera-control work, Alarch, 1930.........~........~,- .i. J., .......
Proceedings under the packers and stoc~kyards act............., .....,..
Permitted disinfe~ctants. ~ -~~ ...........................::: :::-:_....'. ........ .... 35
Permitted dip for scabies of cattle and sheep....... .....L y:..g..f.. .
Supplemental instructions in connection with overt ime.r.F...,:...tw..............i. ...- 5' ---
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws....... ..~~~~.~.~~. 4...... L/ ~ ... .- 36
New publications of the burealu............ .. ........1.... ..... ~.-..... ....



CHANGES IN DIRECTOR 9
Meat Inspection Granted .
982. Carson Packing Co., 17 South WTater Street, Philadelphia., Pa.
Horse-M~eat Inspection Granted
*E--0. Miles City Horse Products Co. (Inc.), 1615 W~aterman Avenue; mail, P. O.
box 774, Miles City, Mlont.
MCeat Inspection Withdrawn
2-AH. Armour & Co., Vick~sburg, M~iss.
101. The Foster Canning Co. (Inc.), Newrark, N. J.
162. Christ~ian Seiler's Sons, Philadelphia, Pa.
325. C. A. Van Deusen Co., H ud son, N. Y
338. Andrew Peterman & Co., New Y~ork, N. Y'.
419-L. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., Atlanta, Ga.
861. The William Edwards Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
019. Vermont Packing Co., Bellows Falls, Vt.
From subsidiary: Liberty Sausage Co., under 209, David Berg &
Co., Chicago, Ill.

*Conducts slaughtering.
111503--30 9 O






30 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [April,

Meat Inspection Extended
137. Stahl-Meyer (Inc.), New Y'ork, N. Y., to include Andrew Peterman &.,
Co. (Inc.), and E. WT. Burr.
209. David Berg & Co., Chicago, Ill., to include Kosher Zion Sausage Co. of
Chicago.
555-E. Syracuse Rendering Co., Syracuse, N. Y to include Atlantic Packing Co.
562. Swift &r Co., Dallas, Tex., to include G;. j. Hammond Co.
Change in Name of Official Establishment
11-A. Batchelder, Snyder, Dorr & Doe Co., Boston, Miass., instead of Batchelder
& Snyder Co.
11-B. Batchelder, Sny~der, Dorr & Doe Co., Boston, Mass., instead of Batchelder
& Snyder Co.
34L1 Jacob Dangler & Son (Inc.), Brooklyn, N. Y., instead of Jacob Dangler &
Son.
Change in Address of Oficial Establishment
562. Swift &: Co., Cockrell & Alma Streets; mail, P. O. box 2235, Dallas, Tex.,
instead of Alma and South Lamar Streets.
New Stations
Claremont, N. H., meat inspection, G. A. Patterson, care Foster Beef Co.,
West Terrace Street, in charge.
Miles City, 1\lout., horse-meat inspection, Dr. P. A. Franzmann, care Miles
City HIorse ~Products Co. (Inc.), in charge.
Station Discontinued
Bellows Falls, Vt., meat inspection. (Remlovle Doctor Ring.)
Substation Discontinued
Hudson, N. Y'., meat inspection, under Al~bany, N. Y.
Change of OIcial in Charge
Dr. Orrin WV. Noy~es succeeds Dr. H. J. Hoy)man as inspector in charge at Evans-
ville, Ind.
Dr. H. J. Hoym~an succeeds Dr. J. E. Shelton as inspector in charge at W~aterloo,
Iowa.
Dr. J. E. Shelton succeeds Dr. T. A. Shipley as inspector in charge at Denver,
Colo.


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
Certifieates 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, w~ill be acceptable with animal casings offered for importation into the
United States.
The certificates mu~st also bear t~he 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 im~practicable to publish their names.
Offcial title Foreign country
People's Commissar of Agriculture.......... ...............Russi
The notice in Service and Regulatory Announcements of October, 1927, is
hereby rev'oked so far as Russia is concerned.
SHIPMENT OF UNMARKED MlEAT IN CARS BEARING GOVERNMENT SEALS
Referring t.o the notice bearing this title in Service and Regulatory Announce-
ments, February, 1929, the following establishments should be added to the list
of those not having railroad facilities for unloading meat direct from ears into
the establishmuents:
North Bergen, N. J.-207. Hansen & Chester.
Philadelphia, Pa.--294. Joseph S. Stein & Co. 982. Carson Packing Co.

















Station Cattle Calvres Sheep


Baltimore_..~_.._.~...~.~~~~~............. 6, 139 9-12 402
Bufal ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. 7 452 2, 334 5, 415
-Chicago~....... ....--.-...~.. .........~-..... 101, 856 49, 622 Sil1, 45
Cincinnati................. ................ 10, ;86 7, 239 4, 337
Clvean .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 6, I14 5, 300 10, 9:0
Denver-~~~~~--..- ~~........................ 7 120 1, 603 20, 716
D etroit..................... ............... 5, 435 6, 650 6, 825
Fort W'ort b.__~.............................. 20, 121 10, 279 20, 980
Indian apolis ................ ............... 14, 863 5, 514 5, 505
Kansas City_.~.............................. 61, 037 14, 595 161, 775
MIilwaukee...................... 12,__~~~~~ 271 52,70 3, f43193
National Stock Y'ards---.~.~. ~ ~~............ 21, 791 ,62 2 45
New York-................................___ 29, 485 57, 343 229, 184
Omaba~.~._... _~__.~._~~......... .~........... 70. 113 4 735 199, 107
Philadelphia..~-__~......~................ 5, 065 7, 512 15, 1.59
St. Louis--.................................~ 9, 83-1 7;, 548 3, I994
Siouz City~.~~~-~~. ......~........... ........ 29, 488 1,708 69, 262
South St. Joseph__.~.._____~..~_............ 21, 846 5, 433 132, 244
South St. Paul~_...~.~....._~_....~._........ 41, 942 59, 2;3 26i,564
W~ichita.~.. __~..................... .......... 5, 452 1, 834 15, 809
All other stations..-.--. ..................... 127, 136 7 8, 031 159, 181

Totl: 930..................... 615, 355 387, 9941 1, 357, 992
1929 ....... ... ... .... ..... 31, 778 408, 796i 1, 006, 305
9 mnth ened 930.........6, 02,381 3, 259, 013 11, 255. 660
9 months ended 1929~.-.......... 6, 309, 367 3, 295, 054 10, 340, 293

New Y'ork, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and
Newark 1~__...._........................... 35, 5566 63, 573 273, 017


CAUSE OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, FEBRUARY, 1930


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


1930]


Goats Swine


..... .... 0,972
..... .... 3,005
.........459, 386
2 70, 190
_.~........ 55, 780


28 35, 508


..... .... 103, 814
2 ;8, 879
..... .... 103,195


1~~---I 110, 665
.........118,6B50
?54, 668
..... .... 183.070
1 -ll, 128
333 1,2124

432 3, 392, 302
1, 060 3, 645, 301
19, 303 35, 696, 976
14, 819 35, 818, 805


..... .... 11, 260


I 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 Y'orki district.
Horses slaughtered in M~arch, 1930~-~~~.~.~~~.......~........ ................. ..................... 7 070
Horses slaughtered in M~arch, 1920.~-..................... ...........~~~-~.........~ : ,867
9 months ended MIarch, 1930~-.-_.~..~..........~~~...............~............. ................... 1017, 435
9 months ended M~arch, 1929................. .........................................~~~~..~-~.... 94, 076
Inspect ions of lard at all establishments, 134,258,181 inspection pounds; compou nd and other subst itutes,
27,755,658 inspection pounds; sausage, 57,240,861 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 11,558494 inspection
pounds.
Corresponding inspections for M~arch 1929: Lard, 3148,61,371 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 33.114,362 inspection pounds; sausage, 58,138,025 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 13,946i,253
inspection pounds.
(These totals of i inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the sam e product may have been
inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)

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


Retained for tuberculosis


Station


Passed for Con-
cooking demand


Total



5.027
182
433

68, 311
8,344
15.334


Cattle:
Chicago.___._.....~.._._._..............._...........

Omaha........~_-._-._.~..~....~...............
Swine:
Chicago...~...~ ~~...~......_...................
Kansas City,~ _~ _~ ___.-.~-.~.-..~..................
S O m aba~........ ...... ....... ...... ....... ......


101.856
61, 037
70, 113

450. 386
135 348
166,4135


Swine


763
2,941

3,332
4,019

11, 129


Cause


Cattle


Calves Sheep

144 i 191

220 5-12
261 .
28 I .
199 579

5 1,312


Emaciation_ --..........~-~-~~-~-...-.-................. 375
H og ebolera. .. .. .. .
Inflammatory diseases__.~..-..-............... ..~......... 1,0;88


All other causes-.-.~..~.......... ........-.~~.~......... 918

Total.. ............~.~........................ 4, 03


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


Total
slaughter





IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

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

Imlports of food animals

Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goat~s

M exico_.._._.~.~....~..~..~.~....................... 23, 872 1 1 .....
Canada~....~.~.-.. .~..--~. ~ ~~................. .~................ 5, 266 38 83 .....
Channel Islands...... ................................-.~ 124 .~~. __.....~._... .... .....
Virgn Ilan s (t Po to ico) ... ... .... ... ... .... ...... 154 ..._--.~.._.... ...-.... ... .. .
N e w Z e lan .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. 1 ... .. ..
Ecuador, S. A_................................~.-. ...~_._........ .......... I._..__I....... ....... 4

Total: M~arch, 1930........~...~.-....-.................. 29,.416 39 85 41
March, 1929.~......................~~~........... 49,456 234 5,806 45
0 months ended lklarch, 1930..-.~..~.-.~..~....... 296, 622 2, 035 5, 456 146
9 months ended Marrc~h, 1929...................... 371, 669 2, 815 23, 212 227


Imnported merats and m~ealt fod products


[Apri,


Fresh and refrigerated
Cou ntry of export Curned ad
Beef Other ca ed

Pounds Pou nds Pounds
A rgentina.. . . .. 1. 616,458
A usFtralia . . .. .. .. 3 115 .. ..
Brazil. .......~..~... ......._....._.............. .. .. ......-.... 521,984
Caonda........~..............~~........... 167. 55-1 97, 752 251. 137
Newf Zealand.............~..~.....~........ 50, 585 1~.~.~._.1~.~......~.~....
Paragu ayg~. ~. ... ~....~ .~....... .~........ ...... .. ..... ~. .... ... ~. ........ 101, 643
Ulruguay .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,735. 830
Other countries........~................~... 379 346 j............ 38, 556
To~tal: M~arch, 1930._................ 597,.485 136. 867 1, 265.008
March, 1929~..........~...... 2,514 1,828, 045 9, 3;7, 363
9 monthsended Alarch, 1930..1 21,681,890 4.985, 111 68.379,939
9 mont hs endedi March, 1929..; 41, 991, 650i 10, 552. 715 62, 356, 563


Other meat
products

Pounds

3, 380

232,742

44.387
1146,302

451.705
1,07i3,319
6.~969, 145
8.7;1. 225


Total
weight

Pounds
1, 641, 343
42, 504
521,984
7419,185
50,585
101, 643
1, 780. 217
564,204

5.451,665
14, 733, 197
101,996,085
123, 672, 153


Condemned in M~arch, 19.30: Beef, 119 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, -131 pounds; pork;, 60 pounds; total, 500 pounds.

SUMMInARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION W'ITH STATES, MARCH, 1930


Tube~rculin testsTol odt
during mronth

State Ci- ne- A- Herrds Inspector in
HrsCattlr rle tested cred- under ca
las ested re- I rey ited super-
lilrs lacted~ herds he~rds vision

Al... 894 ,419 0. 2.11 317 ?,70 Holr. E. Ja~ckson.....
A9riz..... 3091! -3,2 be. 8326 4 8,4111 F. L. Schnelder...
Ark..... TS ST 1, 3 16 10, \9 W. A. M~cLonald.
Cali... 321 ISs 19 7,3 12 7581.1 R. Snyder.........
C'olo .... 21 14 1,3 s1 1, 1 \ W. E. Howe,.......
Conu... 69 1,009 11 3, 51 3,00 7, L Smith.......

Derl... 3 ,396i 2015 4,23"1 ri t.S E.BR.Simonds....

D). C... ...- .. .. .. .... 9 107 A. E. W~ight.....
Fla...... b5i a..0 4 8 10 U 8, 034 J. G;. Fish..~..._....
G~a...... 2,i IT 7 115 41,2 31 4,29 A. L. Hirleman...
Idabo.. 14 10 lu. 1 30, 80 00 U 40;,07 W. A~. Sullivan...
Ill.......1 8, 22 102, SO ,7 6 U 5, 50 16, j J. J. Lint ner. .

Ind..... 2,.912 26', F,3 40167 2,3 -,84 J. E. G~ibson......

Iowa~....i 8, 238 144, 258 3, 416 1 128. 9 931536 J. A Bnrger.......

Kas..256I.9 1 1156 57 0.8 N. L. Towfnsend~..
K'y. ..l 1,101 'J. 313 41 ;;,821 39j ;c9,61' W\. F. Blles.....~..


State oiic~ial




C. A. Cary, Auburn.
R. J. Hightt Phoenir.
J. H. Bus, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacra-
mento.
C. G. Laumb, Denv-er.
Charles Johnson, Hart-
ford.
O.~ A Newrton, Bridlge-
ville.

J. \'. KnaO~pp, Tallaha1ssee.
J. RI. Sutton, Atlantn.
A. J. Dick man, Boise.
D. WV. Ro bijon, Spring-
field~.
Frank H. Browfn, In-
dianapolis.
R1. G;. Thornburg, Des
Mloines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. W~estmorlalnd,
Frankfort.


BUREAU OF ANBIMAL INDUSTRY








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


3930)


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, M ARCH, 1930--Continued

Tuberculin testsToltode
during month

State Cat-i Once- Ae- Herds Inspector in State official
HrsCattle tle tested cred- under charge
lor~ tested re- free ited s~uper-
lots acted berds herds vision


La..... 23 6,80 11 2,27 1 1 2,5j G. T. C~ole........ E. P. Flower, Baron
Rouge.
Me...... 34; 4,671 17 42,773 949 43, 817 H. Caldwell... H. Mi. Tucker, Augusta.
Md..... 1, 704 19,74 ;72 16,05 ,2 32, 136 E. B. Simonds....l James B. Ge~orge. Balti-
more.
MassF.... 84 1, 87 1, 798 2,76 l2 5 6;74 E. A. Crossman.... E. F. R ichardson, Bos-
M\Iich.... ;, 8131 69.64 366i 183,301 ;21 184,994i T. S. Rieb.... C. H. rlark, Lansing.
Min.. 1.1F 24,67 u4121 102,10 S,8b31 112, 48 W'. J. Frrtz.... C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
Miss.... 362, 1,0429, 557 2 9, 5851 H. Robb~ins....... G;. B. Braldshaw, Jack-
9un.
lo... 8901 10, 5891 329,3 23 3, 133 Ralph G~raham.... HI. A. W'ilson, Jefferson
I City.
Mon... 400 9,3-1 77 3262 91 35, 702 J. W~. M~urdoch... W\. J. Butler, Helenll.
Nbr....:: 2,5871 38,384 30 5, 175 120 7589 H. Frrnci..... '. HI. HaSs, L~incolno.
Nev....i I9 2089 3 1 T6 1 2,085,. L. C'. Bulttrfieki.. Edwanrdl Records, Reno.
N .H.~... 92 1,556l 3181 3, 173 4, 142~ ;,;23 E A. Crossman... A. L. Frlker, Co~ncoird.
N'.J.. 4531 4,89 238 4,4 3, 3411 11, c28 W~. G~. M~ithleton. J. H. AlcNeil, Trenoon.
N. Mexr.13 2.60 22s 2,558 246531 F. L. Schorider.. Mat K'eenan, Albuguer-uP

N. ... 381 5011 5,03 26.690 77,968l 114,46;7 H. B. Leonalrd.... E. T. Fauldler, Alba~ny.
N. C...., 2;9 2, 915 1 256,~il 61 35 i, 92-1 W. r. Deaodinger.. Wi'lliaim Moore, Raleigh.
N. Dak.! x41755 981 55, 53; 5. 971 r;,, 113 H~. H. ohenour... W\. F. rrr-ewe Bibmairk.
Ohio..~..83 66,S1, 891) 198.810 820G 068-10. A. J. De Fosset... C. Mcrandolelss, Colum-
bus.
Oka.. 693 9, 00 0 3, 022' 1021 3, 142~ L. J. A\llen ........ C. (.'. Hiscl, Okilabom a
I City.
Greg.... 1, 341, 13,18 180,74 419 2'1, 183' S. B. Foster.. ..... WV. H. Lyrle, Salem.
Pa...... 11,188' 8',,16b-1 2,53 11,8 ,0681 133,r;5h J. I3. Reidy.......l T. F. M~u~ce, HArris-
burg.
R.I... 64 1,46 3 4 1341 ;13 E. A.Crossm an.... T. E. Robluson, Provi-
dence.
S. C...... 972 4,35 3,6,7 09 6,4 K-. ILe-is...... W~. K. Lewis, Columbial.
S. Dak. "09' 5, 812 6 9, 859 1,1'1,f9J.O isn... T. Ruth, Pie~rre.
Tenn.... 1,8a ,021 5l 69,29 16 [,-9 II. L,. Fry......... J. 1. Jone-s, Nashrille.
Tex....~. 1, 108. 7, 156 ?3 25 255O 380 L. Da~rby...... N. F W\illiams, Fort
Urtah.. 1.6 954 3 104 f 12,00 F. 1 ur. .H. He1ndrick, Salt
L~ike City.
1[..~.... 9383 22 1r16 5 617 4' 0 973 L. II. Adams. .... Edwa~rd Hr. Jones, Mlont-
FPoliir.
V'a...... 2, 287 15, 415 5741, 1459t4 2.8 R. E. Brook bunk..l II I'. G;ivens, R ichmond.
Wassh.. 1, 365 3,- 33 507, 91 -19.148 J. '. Elline.. Riobert Prior, O)l\mpia.
W.Va. ,83:12,26 4Ftl 5:;.57 625 r,351r H. M. ineton.... John W'. Smlrh, C'harles-
Wis._ ri,021 135,j5 70 1984 2.7 85-7 J. S. Hlealy.........Wle inc
Wyo.... 5810 2 1. 1341 3, 12, 4301 John T. D.allas.... II. D. Port, C'heyrnue.
Total 90,44 ,llM3 099, 60 1 8 ,35 751U 0,,64 8


ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUMI AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES


Total serum ~]arpem dm Bne bloo m uu e Hing
c~mp~~J clearedl "j iu virus

C. c. C. c. C, c. C. c. C. c.
March, 193). ................... ... 5.3. 34"2,741 441. (18,554J .',6,.:. R.64 2.1.53, 556 1.1,.330.. 91
Masrchb, 1929..... .........~. .~ 841. 10,7 80 07'.I,19 I 78.666963 3,.043. 6S 18, 4t's, 776
S months ended M~arch, 19330.~...... 621, 806, 5.58 4.,34.4 I.2,1, s 3,11.0 110.;61, 133
9 mombhs ended M ar ch, 1929~...... 67tl, 241.40r 521, 318, 585 I 605, 4156, -122 -12,. 163, 54L2 146, 931. 390


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN MlARCH, 1930

License No. 9 wass issued lblarch 26, 1930, to the Lederle Laboratories (Inc.),
Middletow~n Road, Pearl River, N~. Y'., for abortion vaccine (bovine)i; anthrax
spore vacci ne; a nt i n th rax seru m; a n t ilackleg seru m; a n tican i ne-d item per
serum; anticanine mixed infection serum; antihemlorrhagle-septicemiai serumn
(bovine); alnt.ibemorrhagle-septicemia serum cporcine'l; anti-hlog-cholera serrrm;
an ti-i nfl uenza serum (equine); an timast it is serumn Ibovi ne ; a n tis~i ne-erysipelas









[April,


serum (suero contra el ma~l rojo) (for export purposes only); antiwhite-scours
serum (bovine); autogenous vaccine; avian tuberculin; blackleg aggression; black-
leg filtrate; blackleg tissue vaccine; blackileg vaccine; canine-diatemper vaccine;
canine-distemper virus; chicken-pox vaccine; equine-influenza mixed vaccine;
hemorrhagle-sept~icemiaz aggression; hemorrha~gle-septicemia combined vaccine (for
cattlee; hemorrhagic-septicemia combined vaccine (for sheep); hemorrhagic-
septicemia combined vaccine (for swine); hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine (f or
fow~ls); hog-cholera vlirus; mallein; mastitis mixed vaccine (bovine); mixed bjac-
terial vracc~ine (bovine); mixed bact.erial vaccine (canine); mixed bacterial vaccine
(equine); mixed bneterial vaccine (for fowl); mixed bacterial vaccine (for swine);
rabies vaccine; ataphylocoecus combined vaccine (equine); streptococcus com-
bined vacc~ine (equine); sw~ine-erysipelas vaccine (cult~ivos del mazl rojo) (for
export purposes only)j; tetanus antitoxin; t.uberculin; white-scours vaccine mixed
(for calves).
License No. 112, was issued M~arch 14, 1930, t~o the Fort Dodge Serum Co.,
60006 Central Avenue, Fort Dodge, iowa, and 2 miles from the city in Douglas
Tow~nship, for canine-distemper vaccine.
License No. 191, w~as issued M'arch 21, 1930, t~o Ashe Lockhart ('Inc.), 800--804
Woodsw~ether Road, Kiansas City, Mlo., for pulmonary mixed bact~erin (bovine);
pulmonary mixed baclterin (sw~ine).
LICENSES TERMINATED IN MARCH, 1930

Licenses No. 9, issued June 14, July 3, and August 27, 1929, to the Lederle
Antitoxin Laboratories, Pearl River, N. Y., were terminated M~arch 26, 1930,
due to a, change in the name of the firm operating the establishment, and a new
license of the same number wass issued M~arch 26, 1930, as indicated above.
License No. 26, issued January 1, 1921, to the Kaw Valley Serum Co., 115
Greystonie Avenue, K~ansas City, Kians., was terminated Mlarch 19, 1930,
without prejudice.
License No. 74, issued February 15, 1921, to t~he Ralston Serum Co., Ralston,
Nebr., w-as terminated M~arch 31, 1930, without prejudice.

SUMMRARY OF HOG.CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, MARCH, 1930


Out-
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cleaned reported
and to bu-
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Florida.~..~.......

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Indiana.......
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Kientucky......
Loujisoiana~~...~.....
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Rlic~higan_..~........
Alississippi.~..~.....
Alissouri.._.~..~.....
M~ontana..~.........
Nebraska.........~..
North Carolina.....
Ohio............... _
Oklaboma........~..
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South Dakors...~...
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27
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6
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313


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111
115
119
116
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Note: No wFork repojrted from Teass, Utrah, and West Virginia.


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1950]


PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT
- Dock Yr n rni odfnatDet or. ?.--The Traders Live Stock Exchange, complainant, v. The Union
Stoc Yad ad Trnsi Co, deendnt.This is a proceeding under the packers
,and stockyards act, 1921, in accordance w~ith orders duly issued under that act,
holding that the rew~eigh charges imposed by the defendant's tariffs No. I to
No. 4 at Chicago were discriminatory. A hearing wass held in January, 1929,
land oral argument was presented by the parties before thle Acting Secretary on
April 2, 1930. It was found that th~e complainants failed to establish damage
with reasonable certainty and the complaint for reparation on account of dis-
crimination was dismissed on April 15, 1930.
Docket No. 807.--In re Wool Grow~ers Commission Company (Inc.), market
agency, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Ill. On January 25, 1930, the Acting
Secretary issued an inquiry and notice, alleging that respondent wass insolvent,
in that it wasR unable to pay its debts as they became due in the usual course of
business. On February 28, 1930, a hearing wass held at which time both parties
were represented by counsel. Several w~itnuesses were called by~ the Government
and testified. The respondent did not call any witnesses. On April 7, 1930, the
respondent w~as suspended from registration as a market agency for six months,
with leave, however, during said period, to apply for revocation of its suspensions
upon a showing satisfactory to the Secretary of Agriculture that it is then solvent.


PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS
In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, governing the interstate
movement of livestock, the bureau has issued the following permits in the general
disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises:
To Crystal Soap and Chemical Co. (Inic.), State Road and Robbins Avenue,
Tacony, Philadelphia, Pa., to use L Crystal Saponified Cresol Solution."
Distributors
To C. H. W'aite, P. O. box 23, Springfield, Vt., for the distribution and use of
"Crestall Dip"' under the name of "'Cres-A~da-Cide," in the general disinfection
of cars, yards, and other premises. Cres-Ada-Cide is identical w~it h "Crestall
Dip" manufactured by Baird & MlcCuire (Inc.), of Holbrook, M~ass.
To the Germalene Chemical Co., of Houston, Tex., for the distribution and use
of ''Crestall Dip" under the name of "Germalene Cresol Compound" in the
general disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises. Germalene Cresol
Compound" is identical with "Crestall Dip" manufactured by Baird & Mc~Guire
(Inc.), of Holbrook, Mass.


PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP
The Breeders Supply Co., Council Bluffs, Iow~a, has been granted permission
by the department to distribute "Grasselli Limie-Sulphur Solution" under the
name of "Bremco Dip" for use in the official dipping of cattle and sheep for
scabies. Dilutions permitted: For cattle, 1 gallon of the dip to 15 gallons of water;
for sheept, I gallon of uthe dip to 200~ gallons f V walter.


SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS IN CONNECTION WITH OVERTIME
In connection with the submission of overtime pay rolls and time reports, it is
absolutely necessary that the bureau be furnished, immlediately after the close of
each month, a list of all employees w~ho have performed overtime servie after
the regular pay roll was forwanrded. It w~ill then be assumed that those names
were not starred on the pay roll, as inspectors in charge must not under any con-
ditions undertake to anticipate, before the overtime w~eek is closed, that an
employee will perform overtime service. No side remarks or reference what-
ever, other than those authorized in Circular Letter 1644 and supplemental
instructions should be made on the regular roll. One inspector in charge, on
his March roll, w~as bold enough to state that no overtime w~ork; would be per-
formed, but. he guessed incorrectly, and the employee may not be paid.
















































































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Some stations using the long form, 1013a, for submitting their regular monthly'
pay rolls use the same form for their overtime roll, though there may be only a ""
few names on the overtime roll. Overtime rolls requiring not more than 20 lines
should be submitted on the short forms, 1013d and 1013e, which may be obtained '
through requisition on the bureau storeroom. Form T-52 must accompany
each overtime roll.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regul'-
tory law~s, as reported to the bureau, as follows:

Twenty-Eight-Hour Law

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railwnay Co., $100 penalty.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., ('four cases), $l400 penalties.
Great Northern Railwa~y Co. (two eases), 5200 penalties.
M~issouri Pacific Railroad Co., .$100 penalty.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co., $100.

Livestock Quarantine lLaw

Pennsylvania Railroad Co., int~erstate movemlent of an infectious car, $100 fine.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
IThe bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies two
oncetrs in barge ofl stations and on~ces. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.
So far as possible additional copies w~ill be furnished on request]

Farmers' Builletini No. 781 (rev'ised). Tuberculosis of Hogs. By John R.
M~ohler, Chief of Bureau of ASnimal Industry, and Henry J. Washburn, Patho-
logical Division. Pp. 14, figs. 3.
Farmlers' Bulletin No. 1625. Tick Fever. By John R. M~ohler, Chief of Bureau
of Animal Industry~. Pp. 30, figs. 5. "
W'ool Fineness as Influenced by Rate of Crowth. By J. I. Hardyr and J. B.
Tennyson, Animal Husbandry Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research,
vol. 40, No. 5, Manrch 1, 1930. Kiey No. A\-135. Pp. 457 to 467, figs. 6.
Two New Species of Nodular Worms (Oesophagost.omum) Parasitic in the
Intestine of Domuestic Sw~ine. By Benjamin Schwnartz and Joseph E. Alicata,
Zoological Division. In Journal of Agriculturall Research, vol. 40, No. 6, March
15, 1930. K~ey No. A-137. Pp. 517 to 522, figs. 12.
The Toxic Constituent of Rayless Goldenrod. By James Fitton Couch,
Pathological Division. In Journal of Agricult~ural Research, vol. 40, No. 7,
April 1, 1930. Kiey No. A-136. Pp. 649 to 658.
Amendment to B. A. I. Order 317, declaring names of counties placed in modi-.
fied accreditedi area for tuberculosis. Effective April 1, 1930. P. 1. (mimeo-
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S R. A.-B. A. 1. 276 Issied May, 1930United States Department of AgricultureSERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYAPRIL, 1930IThis publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc., con-cerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the serviceof the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers whoseduties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Othersdesiring 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 lie sent to each official in chargeof a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of hisforce. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTSPageChanges in directory--.---. . ...---------------------------------------------------------------29Notices regarding meat inspection ---------. .-----------------------------------------------------30Animal casings of foreign origin--------.----------------------------------------------------30Shipment of unmarked meat in cars bearing Government seals---------------------------30Animals slaughtered in March under Federal meat inspection-------------------------------31Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets -----------------------31Causes of condemnation of carcasses, February, 1930 ---------------------------------------31Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products -------------------------------32Summary of-tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with Stats, March, 190-32Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses ------------------------33Licenses issued for biological products in March, 1930 -----------------------------------33Licenses terminated in March, 1930 -------------------------------------------------34Summary of hog-cholera-control work, March, 1930 -----------------------------------------34Proceedings under the packers and stockyards act--. ---------------------------------5Permitted disinfectants.----------------------------------------------------------35Permitted dip for scabies of cattle and sheep.--------4Supplemental instructions in connection with overtime ----------------------------5Results of prosecutions for violations of laws --------------------------------------------36New publications of the bureau -------------------------------------------------------36CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Granted982. Carson Packing Co., 17 South Water Street, Philadelphia, Pa.Horse-Meat Inspection Granted*F50. Miles City Horse Products Co. (Inc.), 1615 Waterman Avenue; mail, P. 0.box 774, Miles City, Mont.Meat Inspection Withdrawn2-AH. Armour & Co., Vicksburg, Miss.101. The Foster Canning Co. (Inc.), Newark, N. J.162. Christian Seiler's Sons, Philadelphia, Pa.325. C. A. Van Deusen Co., Hudson, N. Y.338. Andrew Peterman & Co., New York, N. Y.419-L. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., Atlanta, Ga.861. The William Edwards Co., Cleveland, Ohio.919. Vermont Packing Co., Bellows Falls, Vt.From subsidiary: Liberty Sausage Co., under 209, David Berg &Co., Chicago, Ill.* Conducts slaughtering.111593-30 29

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30 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [April,Meat Inspection Extended137. Stahl-Meyer (Inc.), New York, N. Y., to include Andrew Peterman &Co. (Inc.), and E. W. Burr.209. David Berg & Co., Chicago, Ill., to include Kosher Zion Sausage Co. ofChicago.555-E. Syracuse Rendering Co., Syracuse, N. Y to include Atlantic Packing Co.562. Swift & Co., Dallas, Tex., to include G. H. Hammond Co.Change in Name of Official Establishment11-A. Batchelder, Snyder, Dorr & Doe Co., Boston, Mass., instead of Batchelder& Snyder Co.11-B. Batchelder, Snyder, Dorr & Doe Co., Boston, Mass., instead of Batchelder& Snyder Co.34L Jacob Dangler & Son (Inc.), Brooklyn, N. Y., instead of Jacob Dangler &Son.Change in Address of Official Establishment562. Swift & Co., Cockrell & Alma Streets; mail, P. 0. box 2235, Dallas, Tex.,instead of Alma and South Lamar Streets.New StationsClaremont, N. H., meat inspection, G. A. Patterson, care Foster Beef Co.,West Terrace Street, in charge.Miles City, Mont., horse-meat inspection, Dr. P. A. Franzmann, care MilesCity Horse Products Co. (Inc.), in charge.Station DiscontinuedBellows Falls, Vt., meat inspection. (Remove Doctor Ring.)Substation DiscontinuedHudson, N. Y., meat inspection, under Albany, N. Y.Change of Official in ChargeDr. Orrin W. Noyes succeeds Dr. H. J. Hoyman as inspector in charge at Evans-ville, Ind.Dr. H. J. Hoyman succeeds Dr. J. E. Shelton as inspector in charge at Waterloo,Iowa.Dr. J. E. Shelton succeeds Dr. T.*A. Shipley as inspector in charge at Denver,Colo.NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIONANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGINCertificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,which bear the official title of the high official of the foreign country as specifiedbelow, will be acceptable with animal casings offered for importation into theUnited States.The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the nationalgovernment having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign countryin which the casings originated, but owing to the fact that the high officials arechanged from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.Official title Foreign countryPeople's Commissar of Agriculture------------------------.RussiaThe notice in Service and Regulatory Announcements of October, 1927, ishereby revoked so far as Russia is concerned.SHIPMENT OF UNMARKED MEAT IN CARS BEARING GOVERNMENT SEALSReferring to the notice bearing this title in Service and Regulatory Announce-ments, February, 1929, the following establishments should be added to the listof those not having railroad facilities for unloading meat direct from cars intothe establishments:North Bergen, N. J.-207. Hansen & Chester.Philadelphia, Pa. -294. Joseph S. Stein & Co. 982. Carson Packing Co.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 31ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN MARCH, 1930, UNDER FEDERAL MEATINSPECTION, BY DISTRICTSStation Cattle Calves Sheep Goats SwineBaltimore--------------------------------6,139 942 402 -----------60, 972Buffalo ---------.-------------------------7,452 2,334 5,41563,005Chicago.-----------.--------------------101,856 49,622 244, 745 --------459,386Cincinnati -----------------------------10, 786 7,239 4,337 2 79, 190Cleveland------------------------------6,114 5,300 10,950 ----------55,780Denver -.---------------------------------7,129 1, 603 20,716 ----------33,107Detroit ---------------------------------5,435 6,S0S 6,825---.--. -78,912Fort Worth ..-----------------------------20,121 10,279 20,980 28 35,508Indianapolis-----------------------------14,863 5,514 5,505 .---------84,630Kansas City----------------------------61,037 14,595 161,775 43 135,348Milwaukee------------------------------12,271 52,709 3,193 ---------103,814National Stock Yards ---------------------21,791 7, 632 22, 645 2 78,879New York ------------------------------29,485 57,343 229,184 ---------103, 195Omaha---------------------------------70. 113 4,735 199,107 15 166,435Philadelphia-------------.-----5,065 7,512 15, 159 ----------74, 648St. Louis---------------------------9,834 7,548 3,994 1 110,665Sioux City-----------------------------29,488 1,708 69, 262 ---------118, 659South St. Joseph----------------------------21,846 5,433 132, 244 7 54, 668South St. Paul---------------------------41, 942 59, 273 26, 564 ---------183, 079Wichita---------------------------------5,452 1,834 15, 809 1 41, 128Allotherstations--------------------------127,136 78,031 159,181 333 1,271,294Total: 1930------------------------615,355 387,994 1,357,992 432 3, 392, 3021929 ---------------------------631, 778 408, 796 1, 006,305 1, 060 3,645,3019 months ended 1930----------6,302,384 3,259,913 11, 255,660 19, 303 35, 696, 9769 months ended 1929----------6,309,367 3, 295,054 10,340, 293 14, 819 35, 848, 805New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, andNewark I ---------------------------------35, 556 63, 573 273. 017 ----------211, 260I 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 in March, 1930-----------.------------------------------------7,070Horses slaughtered in March, 1929 ---------------------------------------------------5,8679 months ended March, 1930-----.-.-------------------.--------------------107, 4359 months ended March, 1929------------------------------------------------------94, 076Inspections of lard at all establishments, 134,258,184 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,27,755,658 inspection pounds; sausage, 57,240,861 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 11,558,494 inspectionpounds.Corresponding inspections for March 1929: Lard, 148,161,371 inspection pounds; compound and othersubstitutes, 33,114,362 inspection pounds; sausage, 58,138,025 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 13,916,253inspection pounds.(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have beeninspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREEIMPORTANT MARKETS, MARCH, 1930Retained for tuberculosisStationToaslaughter Total Passed for Con-cooking demnedCattle:Chicago ------------------------------------101,856 5,027 153 577Kansas City----------------------------------61,037 182 5 24Omaha --------------------------------------70,113 743 27 72Swine:Chicago ------------------------------------459,386 68,311 671 701Kansas City ---------------------------------135, 348 8,344 56 42Omaha -------------------------------------166,435 15,334 157 121CAUSE OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, FEBRUARY, 1930Cause Cattle Calves Sheep SwineEmaciation---------------------------------------375 144 191 74Hog cholera----------------------------------------------------763Inflammatory diseases-----------------------------1,088 220 542 2,941Immaturity----------------------------------------------261Tuberculosis------------------------------------2,092 28 -----------3,332 All other causes-----------------------------------948 199 579 4,019Total -------------------------------------4,503 852 1,312 11, 129

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32 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [April,IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTSThe statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats andmeat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during March,1930, with figures for other periods for comparison.Imports of food animalsCountry of export Cattle Swine Sheep GoatsMexico .-. .----------------------------------------------23,872 1 1.Canada-._.----------------------------------------------5,266 38 83Channel Islands--.-----------------------------------------124 .Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)-------------------------------154 -New Zealand.-------------------------------------------------------------1 .--------E cuador, S. A .-------------------. -------. . --. ------.-. -4Total: March, 1930 --._--------------------------------29,416 39 85 4March, 1929 ..--------------------------------49,456 234 5,806 459 months ended March, 1930-------------------296, 622 2,035 5,456 146 9 months ended March, 1929 -----------.-------371, 669 2,815 23, 212 227Imported meats and meat food productsFresh and refrigerated Cured andCountry of export cared Other meat TotalBeef Other canned products weightPounds Pounds Pounds Pounds PoundsArgentina-.-------------------------------------------1,616,458 24,885 1, 641, 343Australia---------------------------39, 115 -----.-----3,389 42,504Brazil----------.--.--------------------------521,984 -----------521,984Canada .------------------------------167, 554 97, 752 251,137 232,742 749, 185New Zealand ---------------------------50,585 ---------------------------------50,585Paraguay -.-----------------------------------------------101, 643 -----------101,643Uruguay ---------------------------------------------------1,735,830 44,387 1,780,217Othercountries---------------------------379,346 -----------38,556 146,302 564,204Total: March, 1930 -----------------597, 485 136, 867 4, 265, 608 451. 705 5,451, 665March, 1929---------------2,454,470 1,828,045 1 9,377,363 1,073,319 14,733, 1979 months ended March, 19301 21, 681, 890 4,965, 111 1 68, 379, 939 6,969, 145 101,996,0859 months ended March, 1929_ 41, 991, 650 10, 552, 715 1 62, 356, 563 8,771.225 123, 672, 153Condemned in March, 1930: Beef, 119 pounds.Refused entry: Beef, 431 pounds; pork, 69 pounds; total, 500 pounds.SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-TION WITH STATES, MARCH, 1930Tuberculin tests Total to dateduring month8tatt herds CatOnceAHerds Ins ctr in State oficialor CdAle ile tested credunderot tested refree ited super-iots actel herds herds visionAla 824 9, 449 6 7, 118 317 9, 705 It. E. Jackson -.-C. A. Cary, Auburn.Ariz 309 4, 8 56 8. 326 46 8,411 F. L. Schneider-. I. J. ]light, Phoenix.Ark 71 s9 s 2 10. 633 16 10. 6491 W. A. McDonaldJ. 11. Bux, Little Rock. Calif 321 18, 0-S 159 7,,233 1321 7, 580' I. Snyder -------J. P. Iverson, Sacra-mento. 'olo-25 675 14 1,355 81 1,945 W. E. Howe-.C. G. Lamb, Denver.Conn _ 692 10, 069 174 3.516 3,009 7, 095 It. L. Smith -Charles Johnson, Hart-ford.Del ------373 4,396 265 4, 231 2,354 6,788 E. 11. Simonds 0. A. Newton, Bridge-Ville.1). C --------------------------99 8 107 A. E. WightFL---65 2,720 141 8,104 98 8, 934 J. (G. Fish---J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee.Ga -2,176 7, 115 7 41, 252 31 41, 290 A. L. lirlenian.J. M. Sutton, Atlanta.Idaho 143 10, 877 19 36, 809 60 40, 072 W. A. Sullivan -A. J. Dickman, Boise.Ill ------8,224 102,808 2, 752 16, 790 5, 566 166,275 J. J. Lintner---D. W. Robison, Spring-field.Ind 2, 912 26, 653 40 146, 717 22, 130 170, 846 J. F. Gibson---Frank 11. Brown, In-dianapolis.Iowa. 8, 238 144. 258 2,416 126, 692 2, 993 195, 369 J. A. Barger -.M. G. Thornburg, DesMoines..,ns 2,5 8, 896 115 101,576 597 102, 683 N. L. Townsend_ J. 11. Mercer, Topeka.Ky1, 101 9.313 41 77,882 39 79, 761 W. F. Biles------1). E. Westmorland,Frankfort.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 33SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-TION WITH STATES, MARCH, 1930-ContinuedTuberculin tests Total to date during month State HCatOnceAcHerds Inspector t for Cattle tle tested credunder charetested refree ited super-lots acted herds herds vision La 263 6,880 161 2,827 13 2,965 G. T. Cole --------E. P. Flower, BatonRouge.Me 347 4,6711 17. 42, 773 949 43,817 G. H. Caldwell _ H. M. Tucker, Augusta.Md----1,704 19, 749 723 16, 050 8, 820 32, 136 E .B. SimondsJames B. George. Balti-more.Mass -842 13,872 1,798 2,760 1,728 3,674 E. A. Crossnan_ E. F. Richardson, Bos-ton.Michb 7.813 69,643 366 183,301 72 184, 994 T. S. Rich --------C. H. Clark, Lansing.Minn -1. 166 24, 677 421 102, 140 8, 863 112, 438 W. J. Fretz --------C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.Miss. 362 1,634 2 9,557 28 9,585 11. Robbins -------G. B. Bradshaw, Jack-son.Mo 890 10,589 32 79,336 2321 3,133 Ralph Grahain 11. A. Wilson, JeffersonCityv.Month . .400 9,344 77 32, 672 91 35, 702 J. W. Murdoch W. J. Butler, Helena.Nebr--. 2, 587 38,384 300 75, 1751 120 75,892 A. 11. FrancisC. 11. lays, Lincoln.Nev-----119 2, 089 3 1, 776 16i 2,085 L. C. Butterfield Edward Records, Reno.N .H 942 13, 556 318 3, 173 4. 142 7,723 E. A. Crossmnan A. L. Felker, Concord.N. J------453 4,892 238 4, 499 3. 341 11,628 W. G. Middleton J. if. McNeil, Trenton.N. Mex 193 2, 602 22 2,558 24 2,653 F. L. Schneider -Mat Keenan, Albuquer-ique.N. Y. 3,842 59,112 5,403 26, 699 77, 968 114, 467 H. B. Leonard. E. T. Faulder, Albany.N. C.--279 2, 915 1. 256, 619 305 256, 924. W. C. Dendinger_ William Moore, Ialeigh.N. Dak 742 17,550 98 55,537 5,297 67,113 11. 11. Cohenour_ W. F. Crew', Bismarek.Ohio-8,302 66, 840 891 19S,810 820 206, 840 A. J. De Fosset C. MeCandless, Colum-bus.Okla-693 9, 002 40 3,022 106 3. 142 L. J. Allen --------C. C. Hisel, OklahomaCity.Oreg. 1,341 13, 183 1S 20, 748 419 21, 183 S. B. Foster -------W. 11. Lytle, Salem.Pa ------11,188 82, 164 2,532 116, 5811 6, 068 133, 656 J. B. Reidy --------'T. E. Munce, Harris-burg.R. I -. 64 1, 467 233 249 134 713 E. A. Crossman T. E. RFoi.son, Provi-dence.S. C ---972 4, 556 3 67, 373i 109 67, 548 W. K. Lewis W. K. Lewis, Columbia.S. Dak._ 209 5.812. 62 9,0 9! 1, 197 11, 249 J. 0. Wilson -------T. Ht. Ruth, Pierre.Tenn.1,087 7,021 5 69, 279 1211 69, 496 11. L. Fry ---------J. M. Jones, Nashville.Tex ----1, 108 7, 15f; 23 245 2 580 11. L. Darby .-----F .Willians, Fort-Worth.UtAh-1.586 9,524 63 12,074 104 12, 01 F E. E'Murray W. H. Hendricks. SaltLake City.t.------938 22, 213 116 5, 611 7, 322i 20, 973 L. II. Adams---idAward If. Jones, Mont-pelier.Va __ _ -2, 2S7 15, 415 57 41, 145 9tf;4 42. 380 R. EF. Brookhank_ 11 C. Givens, Richmond.Was --1, 365 23, 954 333 45, 072 93 49, 14X J. C. Exlin--------Robert Prior, )lympl>.W. -. 1, 863 12. 266 47 58,577 625 C0, 3,1 1 I. M. Newtou John W. Smith, Charles-ton..402 135, 854 770 l(t. 1 12. 574 'I, 47> J .H S ealWailter Wisnicky.WN 0-.58 810 2 11, 134 3 1 480 John T. 1)Alas .D). Port, Cheyenne.Total 90, 454 1, 099, 609 21, 382 2,325, 375 180, 408 2, S04, ;87ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCEDUNDER LICENSESHy periniHvyperirn-Total serum blod ous virus munizingcleared Vir'usC.c. C.c. C.C. C.C. C.c.March, 1930 ----------------------53, 3s2, 744 44, ols, 584 56, 753. 647 2, 353, 586 13, 339, 591March, 1929 ----------------------84, 130, 780 67, 971,498 7, 686, 963 3. 093, 651 1-S. 464, 7769 months ended March, 1930 .621, 806, 558 458, 354. 348 522, 472, 5Z9 38, 132, 097 119. 761, 1339 months ended March, 1929 .-679, 241, 40S 521, 318, 85 605, 456,422 42, 163, 842 146, 931, 390LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN MARCH, 1930License No. 9 was issued March 26, 1930, to the Lederle Laboratories (Inc.),Middletown Road, Pearl River, N. Y., for abortion vaccine (bovine); anthraxspore vaccine; antianthrax serum; antiblackleg serum; anticanine-distemperserum; anticanine mixed infection serum; antiheniorrhagic-septiceiiia serum(bovine); antihemorrhagic-septicemia serum (porcine); anti-lhog-cholera serum;anti-influenza serum (equine); antimastitis serum (bovine); antiswine-erysipelas

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34 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [April,serum (suero contra el mal rojo) (for export purposes only); antiwhite-scoursserum (bovine); autogenous vaccine; avian tuberculin; blackleg aggressin; black-leg filtrate; blackleg tissue vaccine; blackleg vaccine; canine-distemper vaccine;canine-distemper virus; chicken-pox vaccine; equine-influenza mixed vaccine;hemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia combined vaccine (forcattle); hemorrhagic-septicemia combined vaccine (for sheep); hemorrhagic-septicemia combined vaccine (for swine); hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine (forfowls); hog-cholera virus; mallein; mastitis mixed vaccine (bovine); mixed bac-terial vaccine (bovine); mixed bacterial vaccine (canine); mixed bacterial vaccine(equine); mixed bacterial vaccine (for fowl); mixed bacterial vaccine (for swine);rabies vaccine; staphylococcus combined vaccine (equine); streptococcus com-bined vaccine (equine); swine-erysipelas vaccine (cultivos del mal rojo) (forexport purposes only); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin; white-scours vaccine mixed(for calves).License No. 112, was issued March 14, 1930, to the Fort Dodge Serum Co.,600, Central Avenue, Fort Dodge, Iowa, and 2 miles from the city in Douglas Township, for canine-distemper vaccine.License No. 191, was issued March 21, 1930, to Ashe Lockhart (Inc.), 800-804Woodswether Road, Kansas City, Mo., for pulmonary mixed bacterin (bovine);pulmonary mixed bacterin (swine).LICENSES TERMINATED IN MARCH, 1930Licenses No. 9, issued June 14, July 3, and August 27, 1929, to the LederleAntitoxin Laboratories, Pearl River, N. Y., were terminated March 26, 1930,due to a change in the name of the firm operating the establishment, and a newlicense of the same number was issued March 26, 1930, as indicated above.License No. 26, issued January 1, 1921, to the Kaw Valley Serum Co., 115Greystone Avenue, Kansas City, Kans., was terminated March 19, 1930,without prejudice.License No. 74, issued February 15, 1921, to the Ralston Serum Co., Ralston,Nebr., was terminated March 31, 1930, without prejudice.SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, MARCH, 1930Demonstrations Out-Bureau Farms Farms breaksveteriMeetPremises Autopcleaned reported State narians ings adinvestisies perquaranand to bu-engaged dressed gated Hogs formed tined or disinreau vet-in work number treated carded fected erina-riansAlabama ----------1 -----_---. 91 6 32 -Arkansas--_-.--.-. 1 2 41 2 31 1 .-.---.-. 4 14California_---------.15 6 1 10 1 1 1Colorado-----------.5 ---------44----------------------------------------Florida.------------1 --------67 16 604 ---------------------6Georgia------------1 1 111 11 268 5 ----------------20Idaho ---------------.33 3 115 3 58 11 6 ---_-.--. 6Illinois -------------3 2 119 3 85 44 10 17 32Indiana -------------2 116. 1------------------12Iowa -----.----------1 12 1 138 6-----------------10Kansas -------------1 ----79 --------------1----------------Kentucky---------2 6 234 1 27 25----5 15Louisiana-------------1 .-84 16 99 --------------.----------3Maryland---------2 61 157 1 6 4 6 .-11Michigan.----------2-.-.--. 104 2 21 11 5 -.--.10Mississippi.--------1.03 --------116 90 820 5 .-.-.-----.-.7Missouri-----------1 5 73 -----------------10 ------------------10Montana----------.15 -.---15 -----------------9 1 -----3Nebraska.----------.19 1 12------.---3 -----------------2Nort Caoia----1------21 --2 309--------------------------------North Carolina.--..15 -----.-. 21 2 09. ---Ohio _--------------1.5 20 65 1 112 3 ----------------2Oklahoma -----------1 .---.149 -----------9-----------------------------------South Carolina.--. 1 -.--.-. 20 12 313 1 ._ _. .__. 16South Dakota--.--.5 -1 -----------------5 -----------------1Tennessee-. -I -83 .------------------2 1 ._.---62Virginia-----------1-------225 1 20 ----------------------------Washington.----1.2 4 76 1 2 4 4 ----.-. 4Oregon.----------1Wisconsin._-_--.5 4 6 1 17 2 1 ---._3Total--------29.20 54 2,242 171 2,972 155 35 26 254I Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to work. Note: No work reported from Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.

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19301 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 35PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACTDocket No. 7.-The Traders Live Stock Exchange, complainant, v. The UnionStock Yard and Transit Co., defendant. This is a proceeding under the packersand stockyards act, 1921, in accordance with orders duly issued under that act,holding that the reweigh charges imposed by the defendant's tariffs No. 1 toNo. 4 at Chicago were discriminatory. A hearing was held in January, 1929,and oral argument was presented by the parties before the Acting Secretary onApril 2, 1930. It was found that the complainants failed to establish damagewith reasonable certainty and the complaint for reparation on account of dis-crimination was dismissed on April 15, 1930.Docket No. 307.-In re Wool Growers Commission Company (Inc.), marketagency, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Ill. On January 25, 1930, the ActingSecretary issued an inquiry and notice, alleging that respondent was insolvent,in that it was unable to pay its debts as they became due in the usual course ofbusiness. On February 28, 1930, a hearing was held at which time both partieswere represented by counsel. Several witnesses were called by the Governmentand testified. The respondent did not call any witnesses. On April 7, 1930, therespondent was suspended from registration as a market agency for six months,with leave, however, during said period, to apply for revocation of its suspensionupon a showing satisfactory to the Secretary of Agriculture that it is then solvent.PERMITTED DISINFECTANTSIn accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, governing the interstatemovement of livestock, the bureau has issued the following permits in the generaldisinfection of cars, yards, and other premises:To Crystal Soap and Chemical Co. (Inc.), State Road and Robbins Avenue,Tacony, Philadelphia, Pa., to use "Crystal Saponified Cresol Solution."DistributorsTo C. H. Waite, P. 0. box 23, Springfield, Vt., for the distribution and use of"Crestall Dip" under the name of "Cres-Ada-Cide," in the general disinfectionof cars, yards, and other premises. "Cres-Ada-Cide" is identical with "CrestallDip" manufactured by Baird & McGuire (Inc.), of Holbrook, Mass.To the Germalene Chemical Co., of Houston, Tex., for the distribution and useof "Crestall Dip" under the name of "Germalene Cresol Compound" in thegeneral disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises. "Germalene CresolCompound " is identical with " Crestall Dip" manufactured by Baird & MeGuire(Inc.), of Holbrook, Mass.PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEPThe Breeders Supply Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa, has been granted permissionby the department to distribute " Grasselli Lime-Sulphur Solution" under thename of "Bremco Dip" for use in the official dipping of cattle and sheep forscabies. Dilutions permitted: For cattle, 1 gallon of the dip to 15 gallons of water;for sheep, 1 gallon of the dip to 20% gallons of water.SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS IN CONNECTION WITH OVERTIMEIn connection with the submission of overtime pay rolls and time reports, it isabsolutely necessary that the bureau be furnished, immediately after the close ofeach month, a list of all employees who have performed overtime service afterthe regular pay roll was forwarded. It will then be assumed that those nameswere not starred on the pay roll, as inspectors in charge must not under any con-ditions undertake to anticipate, before the overtime week is closed, that anemployee will perform overtime service. No side remarks or reference what-ever, other than those authorized in Circular Letter 1644 and supplementalinstructions should be made on the regular roll. One inspector in charge, onhis March roll, was bold enough to state that no overtime work would be per-formed, but he guessed incorrectly, and the employee may not be paid.

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tIIIVERSITY OF FLORIDA36 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUt 3 1262 08852 7295Some stations using the long form, 1013a, for submitting their regular monthlypay rolls use the same form for their overtime roll, though there may be only afew names on the overtime roll. Overtime rolls requiring not more than 20 linesshould be submitted on the short forms, 1013d and 1013e, which may be obtainedthrough requisition on the bureau storeroom. Form T-52 must accompanyeach overtime roll.RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWSPenalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula-tory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:Twenty-Eight-Hour LawAtchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., $100 penalty.Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., (four cases), $400 penalties.Great Northern Railway Co. (two cases), $200 penalties.Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co., $100.Livestock Quarantine LawPennsylvania Railroad Co., interstate movement of an infections car, $100 fine.NEW 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]Farmers' Bulletin No. 781 (revised). Tuberculosis of Hogs. By John R.Mohlerj Chief of Bureau of Animal Industry, and Henry J. Washburn, Patho-logical Division. Pp. 14, figs. 3.Farmers' Bulletin No. 1625. Tick Fever. By John R. Mohler, Chief of Bureauof Animal Industry. Pp. 30, figs. 5.Wool Fineness as Influenced by Rate of Growth. By J. I. Hardy and J. B.Tennyson, Animal Husbandry Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research,vol. 40, No. 5, March 1, 1930. Key No. A-135. Pp. 457 to 467, figs. 6.Two New Species of Nodular Worms (Oesophagostomum) Parasitic in theIntestine of Domestic Swine. By Benjamin Schwartz and Joseph E. Alicata,Zoological Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 6, March15, 1930. Key No. A-137. Pp. 517 to 522, figs. 12.The Toxic Constituent of Rayless Goldenrod. By James Fitton Couch,Pathological Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 7,April 1, 1930. Key No. A-136. Pp. 649 to 658.Amendment to B. A. I. Order 317, declaring names of counties placed in modi-fied accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective April 1, 1930. P. 1. (mimeo-graphed).UI S, GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 19SOFor sale by the Superintendent of Documents. Washington, D. C. -----Price 5 (entsSubscription price 25 cents per year