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8. R. A.--B. A. I.272 k0 issued J ,ty 1930



United States Department f



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

DECEMBER, 1929


[This publication is issued monthly for tbe 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 offcers
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, Waeshmgton, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A9 supply will be sent to each on~cial in
charge of a stat ion or branclh of t he bureau ser vice, w ho sho uld prompt ly d ist ribute copies to members o f
his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS
Pnae
Changes in directory......................... .............- ._.......... ........... ... 107~
Notices regarding meat inspectionr................ ........._ ..._ _._ ........._ ............ 108
Animal casings of foreign origin. .................. ......._..................._ ........._.~._... 108
Dried animal casings of foreign origin................ ...._ .........................._........... 108
Hog casings for the Netherlands......... ...............__......~....... .........___........_ 108
Lord for the Netherlands.. ............._..........~....__......... ................... ....~..... 10
Animals slaughtered in November, 1929, undelrl Federal meat inspection~..~.... ..................... 109
Extent of tuberculosis in animals shjughtered at hrbre important markets, November, 1929.........- 109
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, October, 1929 _.~. .... ..... ~ ~. ......~ .............................__ 110
Imports of food an imals and of meat and me at food prod uct s..~......_.... .......... ........ .. 110
Summary of tuberculosis-eradica~t ion work in cooperate ion wit h States, November, 1929... ... I
A9ni-hog-obolera serum and bog-chollers virus prod~ucedl under licenses.....~.... .....~. .~........ 112
Licenses issued for biological products in No\ember, 1929......... .. *...... 112
Licensee terminated in November, 1929_......... ........................ 1,~ .G t.. .........~~ ~~ c 112
Bummary of hog-cholera-con trol work, Novem ber, 1 929....... ._.............../ c._.e.g .... 113
Proceedings under packers and stockyards act........ .a.._. ..co. ..... .~.. 113
Restoration to pay status Janua ryv for purposes of leave._ .~..~.....I..y-:...,..... .
Results of prosecutions for violations of law~s..~.~........ ._..... ....... ....;:;];~: :: I ~
New publications of r be bureau...~............................... ......,.....'.......__.~ 11
Organization of the Bureau of Animal indust ry..... ....... .i'.-; ,.,-~-r- --- --. ....-. '. 11

CHANGES IN DNECEC YR

Meat Inspection Grrabld

*538. Crocker Packinug Co., P. O. box 855, Jo'plin,'l 8 .C"
120. First National Stores (Inc.), Mygstic Avenue; moa MB.iddlesex Avenue,
Somerville, M~ass.
*892. Famous Packing Co., Shaw~nee Street at Ra~ilrd d, K'ansas City, Kans.
*940. Beasley Packing Co. (Inc.), W'arford Avenue, Memphi~s, Tenn.

M~eat inspection Withdrawn

173--A. Hammond Standish &: Co., Toledo, Ohio.
218. Hope M~anufacturing Co. (Inc.), Providence, R. I.

Change in Name of Offcial Establishment

176. MCiguel Jaume (Inc.), New York, N. Y., instead of M~iguel Jaume.
3485. Daniel Strecker (Inc.)i, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of Daniel Strecker.

Change in Address of Olcial Establishment

17-B. John M~~orrell & Co., 221 Bridge Street, Cambridge, Malss., instead of
75 Commercial Street, Boston, Mlass.

*Conducts slaughtering.
80036--so 107








108 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY I~ecember.

New Slation

Joplin, Muo., meat. inspection; Dr. Mi. W. MicGuire, post-office box 553; office,
Crocker Packing Co.
Station Discontinued
Toledo, Ohio, meat inspection; remove E. Smith.
Little Rock, Ark., hog-cholera and tuberculosis eradication.

Change of Inspector in Charge
Dr. H. L. Fry succeeds Dr. H. M. O'Rear as inspector inl charge at Nashville,
Tenn. For the present Doctor O'Rear will be on travel duty, reporting to the
chief of bureau.
Dr. C. L. Elliott succeeds Dr. A. MeBride (retired) as inspector inl charge at
New~ark, N. J..
Dr. O. W. S$eher succeeds Dr. C. L. Elliott as inspector in charge at Mlasoni
City, Tovra.
Dr. W. H. Meadors succeeds Dr. O. W'. Seher as inspector in charge at
Atlant~a, Ga.
Dr. R. H. Nutt. succeeds Dr. W'. H. Mleadors as inspector in charge at Bir-
mingham, Ala.
Dr. J. L. Burgett succeeds Dr. R. H. Niutt as inspector inl charge at Henider-
son, Ky\.
Dr. Wm. B. Lincoln succeeds Dr. J. L. Burgett as inspector ini charge at Mor-
ristown, Tennl.


NOTICES REGARDING MlEAT INSPECTION

Animal Casings of Foreign Origin
Certificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 anid inlstrulctionsa issued thereunider,
which bear the otficial title of the high official of the foreign counter! as specified
below,. w~ill be acceptable w~ith aniimal easingFZs offered for implortationl inito the
United States;.
The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the national
government hiavinig jurisdiction ovecr the health of animals 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 p~ublish their names.
Official title Foreign country
Minister of Agricult ure ....... ........._ ~ ___ ... __~ ... _. .Jugo slavia.
Dried Animal Casings of Foreign Origin
The ins~tructions8 in Service and Regullatory Anniouncemients of November.
1929, relative to the release without disinifectioni of uncertified dried animal
bladders as food containers are hereby amended to include dried wessands and
all other dried animal casings offered for importation as food conrtain~ers.
Hog Casings for the Netherlands
Referring to the instructions inl Service anid Regulatory Annlounrce mntels of
October, 1929, relative t.o pork for the Netherlanids, information has beeni received
to the effect that.hIog casings offered for importation into that c~unlt ry are required
to be refrigerated for 20 days at a tbempera~ture of -1.5' C. 1:50 F.r. Accordingly,
inspectors in charge are directed t., see that only hog casingqs wrhich are derived
from animals slaughtered i n official estab~lishmlents, ha ndled inl a sanitary mariner,
and refrigerated at a temperature of nlot higher thian 50 F. for niot less thani three
weeks are exported to the Netlherlalnds.
Al. 1. Form 122-E shall b~e issued for each consiginment of hog: casings for the
Netherlanids, and o~n the reverse side of b~othl the original and duplicate copies of
the certificate shall be written the following, signed by the inspector in charge:
The bog casings derscribed on t he reverse side of this cert ificte were refrigeratedl continuously for not
less than three weeks at a tempreraure not hjgher than lIo" C. belowr freezing.
hI. I. Formi 169 shall also be issued inl addition to hI. I. Formi 122-E for hog
casings destined to thle Netherlands.





























Station


B]ltimore.C................... ........... ........ .
Butlalo......................................
c'hicago.........................~........... .
C~incinuall.. ........... .............~..............
C"levelad .. .. .. .
D ~envet r .. .. .. .. .. .
D etro l . . T I
F ort W ortih. ............ ..... ...... ............
Indianap~olis.................~~................... .
M ~ilwfaukee .. . ..
Nat ional CSCtock Yalds....... ..~...................
Newi Y'ork......................................
O~m nha. .. . .
Philadtelphi3......... ............... ..............
St. Louis ................... ...................... I
Siour (_ity.............. ....._.......... ..~........
South St. Joseph.................... ....~.........
South 9t. Paul... .~.............
ll' ich ita ....... .. . . |
All rt her e~stablishments............. ..........I

TcotJl. Novemberr 19529..........._ .........I
Novemberl, 1928................~... ~.~
11 mourhs ended-lNovmembe 'j~r,12.. ~
11 months ended November, 1928....


~ ~~


~I I


(The slaughter figures for this group of cit ies are included in the figures above for "New York" and
*' AllI ot her establishmentss' and ;Ire combined~ here to show total in the G~reater New ~York district.)

HIorses slaughtleredl in N'ovember. 1929.................~ ........ ..............................----- 14, 669
Horses slnughtrerd in Nove~mber, 192s....................... ......... ... .....................~- 12,4a85
11 mont hs enderd Nov-ember, 19j2y..................................... ..... .-------------------- 11, 171
11 months ended November, 1928................. ... .... .................. ~----------------,,- 114, 018

Inspec io~ns of l~ird ?t .l lr eshi jh ment s 134,221.126 i inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,
.j;l35,020,1 inspection pounds; siusag~e, l.19.(18,36 Insleciti~on pounds.
Corresponding inpelerstons for November. 1928 Lord. 149,8;C,259 inspection pounds; compound and
ot her subs titures, 43.362,'l.'7;nspect ion polu nds: 3.lus lge R,67,1233,3 1nspection pounds.
(Tlhese totals of Inspectilon pounds dlo not reprecet~u jctual produlction, as the same product may have
been inspectred andl reordhled monre I h in once io t he process of manufacture.)

EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE;
IMPORTANT MARKETS, NOVEL~MBER, 1929


Retainled for tuberculosis


1093


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


1929)


Lard for the Netherlands

Referringp to the instructions inl Siervice and Regulatory Announcements of
October, 1929-', relat ive to, pork; forr the Net herlands, information. has been received
through diplomatic channels to thle effect that tile requirement of the government
of the Nethlerlandls that all pork; offered for importation inlto that country shall be
either refrigeratedl for 20 das?- at a temperature of --150 C. (50 F.) or heated
th ro u hoJu t a t i t em perat ure of 80'" C. (.17'6" F.) does not apply to any kind of lard.




ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN NOVEMBER, 1929, UNDER FEDERAL
MIEAT INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTS


Goatsl Swine


Cattle


Calves


Sheep


5,907

1415,302
11,325
7, 424
13,04Q9
;,007
33,603
17, 227
;4,6524
15, 27

31, 399
62,871
5,4193
13,671
30,336
27, 23.3

7, 608
138,052

;71,407
762,045
7, 666, 001
;,800O. 429


432
1,910
37,454
4,807
4,076
1,578
4,824
34,771
18222
34, 248
5,653
49,065
5, 264
6, 018
5,130
2, 434
6, 328
2144
76,211 3

358,438
377, 969
4, 142, 725
4, 339, 223


1, 599
7, 702
188,3`16
6,343
11, 032
15,925
22,998
15,478
5, 188
61, 796
8,682
27, 085
231, 395
109,398
17, 843
6, 368
68, 288
62, 341
116,395
3,814
171, 164

1, 159, 150
1, 189, 416
12, 932, 373
12, 435, 450


76,916
97,861
698,609
79,750
84, 428
97537
19, 300
129, 535
208, 196
150, 203
106, 078
119, 513
132, 508
92, 168-
129, 811
87, 786
119, 818
364,123
50,742
I, 631, 134

4, 498, 554

44,013,372


395
9

1
1,006
87.1..
871

2
10

1
24
1
2
14
662

3,869
3,931
25, 772
17,268


New~i Yo(rk, Br(OoLynli Jersey City., and Newo~rk-.. 37, 823


55, 010


267, 698


246,159P


Total
slaughter


C~huago ............... ............ ....... ...
K mans C'il .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
(Oma.h*: ........... ....... ... ........... ...... ...
Sw~ine
C hir.cano . . .
K anosas C r . .. . .


Passed for
cooking


Con-
de~mned



1, 041
37

044
64


Total


145,302
74,624
62, 871

698,609
208, 195
132, 598


7, 818
214
491

75, 445
9,101
9, 278


186
10
29

1, 266
91
142































































I


|Pounds
Argentina. .......... ......... .............' .........~...

B razil .. .. .. .. .
Canada... . . 1, 85, 662
New Zealand ........ .................. I............
Paraguay._~__.......... ....... .......
Uru~uguay~~ .............. ..........~...~~ .
Other countries. ................... ...~..... 1511

Total: November, 1929..~.~......~... 1, 291, 373
November, 1928.~.~.~......... 7, 654, 235
11 months ended November,
1929............... ..~...... 35,856,6860
11 months ended November,


110


BUREAU OF ANlIMAL INDUSTRY


[December,


Sheep Swmoe


1, 101 5
...... ..... .557
1,2W9 0 1, 869
.......... ...../ ,0
1,057 3, 263

3,457: 10, 150


Cause


Cales


836 87

1, 2611 158
~........ .... IBI
3, 158 25
1, 835 205

7,090 626


Emanciation..~.... .........~........................... .
Hog cholera.~~.............. ................... .........
Inflammatory diseases.....................~ ............
I mmaturi ty).. ~.... ................... ...................
Tuberculosis~.~........................... .... .......
Allother causes ........... ..... ._ .....

Total......~...............~... ~. .... .


Country ofexport C'atrie


161exico.......~...............................~............~..... 1,6 5
Canada ............................. ..... .. .................... 2,17
Virgin Islands(io Porto Rico)....-............... ........... .~..' 209


Total: November, 1929....~......~~....._.... ................... 42, 001
November, 19328....-..~... ~ .......~.~................... 1 52, 23
II mont hs eoned November, 1929).. ..... ................I 187, 843
I1 monthsended Noveamber, 1928................i 438,358


wilne Sheep



bc; I 425
68 ......... ~


24 1,425
11:2 4,94
2, 420 2 6.905
1994 33,615


3?


221
33~0


Imported meats anid meal foodi products


Other meatl Tot al
p'rodlucts weight


Fresh and refrigeratedl
Cured! jnd
connoed
Beef Ojther


Country of ex port


Pounds
219,904
1,961


23, 782
12, 210
10, 680
211, 578

1, 344, 318
908, 075

9, 093, 568

10i, 720, 522


Pounds
4, 088,013
1,961
49, 020
3,706,656
23,782
930, 242
1,976,955
403.579


16, 346, 580

156, 301, 277

143, 091, 685


Pounds Pounds
..... .......1 3,838,.109

............1 49,020
135, 26j 13. 51. 526

............ 918,032
.... ... ... 1,966,275
;114 5, 546

136, 000 8, 408, 505
880, 715 6, 903, 552

11, 961,8418 98,489,.201

16, 543, 610 71, 019, 772


Condemned in November, 1929: Beef, 38I plouds; pork, 197 pounds: total, 367 pounds. Refused entr!'.
Beef, 80 pounds; veal, 40 pounds; pork, 80 pounds; tooal, 200 pounds.


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, OCTOBER, 1929


Cattle |


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND M~EAT 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 Novem-
ber, 1929, with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals










111


1991


SERVICE AND REGULALTORY ANNOUNCEM\ENTS


STuberctulin rests5 dur-
Ing month


Catt l Oe
act ree
aerd er


12 5.99t!

4 10, 23.

103 6, 875

31 1, 130

313, 498

9)5 4, 1:6

0 99


11 33, 281



2,911~ 144,232

4; 135,551


1090, h96


27 1 573

43 5, 1. 0



899 2.5"1






28 11, ~il2



02 4,12''


201 26,2943

3 2 68, 915

59 19, ;0




29 26,145
2, 413 12,86,94



17 53, 996



?1, 41 1, 86 3


LState
IBersis
oror ,


Tld to1~1 date


Herilg / in rel n
urnder
fuper-



4.1,H. E:. Inekson ..

10. 3ri~ HI. L,. Fr.\.......

7, 245 R. Snydrer .......



;,004; R. L.. Smith.....

ri,;74 E. B. Simond~s..


I,0 G;. Fish. ......





112?.30 J. ~Linlrnr....

174,001 J. E. Gibson....

154.~1:? J. A. Barger.....

n1I,,>?l'. N. Tow~n- i
seml.
77, 014 W\. F Biles.... 1

,'c*29l (1 T. ('ole......I

43, sl; G; R. ca'ldwell.

3 04 E B Srimonds..



182,*)21L T. S. Rich......

10;.,916 W ~.J Frotl......

6,155 H.Rohbbns.....

;9, 9;7 Rjlph Graham..

32, 1(8 J.WY.blurdneb.
69, 30' .H raeJ.
171 L.C' Butterfield.

6;, 741 E. A. Crossm an.

10,813 Wv. D. M~iddle.
ton
2,226 F.L.Schneider.

111, 529 H. B. Leonard..

256, 92-1 Wi. C. Dendin-
ger.
65, 449y B. H Cohen our.

198, -161 A. J. De Fosset.

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

16j,920 S. B. Foster~.....
132, 317 J. B. Reidy.....

549 E. A.Crossman.

64. 134 W. K. Leris~....

11,210 J. O. Wilson...


State onfcial


c~attle
rested



3, 747
992
1, 136

11,846



10, 678




?, ':3r



Ir:, 4 4,



s.. 010





;, 913






5, C608

415. 516

20b, 930

2,038


3(,204



11, 032

5, 593



85, -93

2, 207

30, 063

51,626 I

12,;38

9, 105
76, 299

762

4, 294

27,267 i


cre]-
Ire1





17

146

l"3

2.801

2. 341

r
97

31

56

5.4194




557




113




1. 474



9,200



92

s a
11

4, 000 i

3, 095

23





5, 255

830

278

312
5, 916


101

1, 155


Ala.... 250 i
A5ru2...... 3ri i
Ark......l 03

Calif.....l 264



Conn....l 491 ,

Del...... 302

D. C'.... O i ,
PhI....... 84

Ga9.......' 1. 40.

Idaho.... 1.001

Ill...... >.*:l 1

Ind...... 1.04t:

Iowa~...... j 3199 .

Kians..... I ,01 O

Ky.'...... 912

La?.......' 133

Mec........ 87 i

Altd......' 1,;27 1


MIchs.... 4g,59

innlb.... 1,5503

MIiss.....204

M~o. ..... 943

Alout.... 475 ~
Neblr..... 2, 151 :

N. B.. 936



N.Alex.21 1

N. ~...... 6, 25-1



'. Dak.. 1, 520

~Ohio....( 6, 526

Okla..... 1,003


Pa~....... 8, 960 I

R. I...~.. 46 i



S. Dak...j 1,465


C A Cary..4uburn.
H.J. Hilh~t,Phoemi~.
J. H. Butx, Little
Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacra-
miento.
C. O. Lamb. Den-
ver.
Charles Johnson,
Hasrtford.
O. Newfton,
Brridgeville.

J. 1'. K~napp, Tslla-
hassee.
J. 11. Sultton, At-

A. J. Dikmn
Boibe
D) W.obison,
Springficlld.
Frjnk; II. Browfn,
Inidianapnlis.
h1. G. Thornburg,
D~es MIoines.

peka.
D). E. W\estmorland,
Frankfort.
E. P Flower. Baton
Rouge.
H1. hT. Tucker, Au-
pusta.
James B. George,
Baltimoire.
E. F. Rir bardIon.
Boston.
B3. J. Killhamm, Lan-
sing
C. E. Cotton, St.
Paul.
R \. Rafnel, Jack-
500.
H. A. Wvilson, Jetder-
son City.
H. J.Butler. Helena.
C. H. Hays, Lincoln.
Edward Records,
Reno.
A. L. Felker, Con-
cord.
J. H. M~cNeil, Tren-
too.
Alat ~eenn, Albu-
quergue.
E. 'T. Faulder, Al-
bany.
Willilam M~oore, Ra-
leigh.
W'. F. Crewe, Bis-
marck-.
C. McrCandless, Co-
lum bus.
C. C. Hisel, Okla-
boma City.
W'. H. Lytle, gSlem.
T. E. Mluncec, Harris-
burg.
T. E. Robinson,
Providene.
W'. K. Lewis, Co-
lumb-ia.
T. H. Ruth, Pierre,.


SUMMARYY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADIC:ATION W'ORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1929












SUMMARY OF TU BERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1929--Cont~inued


i lmre n us in ngn


C. c.--- I (7 c.- | .c
C4 94 9 4525' 9 4


112


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


IDecember,


i


rculi test dur-Total to date
Ing mcinth


Uile nre- .4 0- Uleris
I'.itlerest edl ered- under
testeg re- free ite'l su per-
slI herdls heiirds; so


4,715~JI 5 5. 133 (5.5.775

Y, 4 1 *I "L 511 1,019

;. 033 12 10I 11 103 1 1,2>

22.f.08~I; 1,7 571 .82 23, 4w0

II.,30.3. Its 41,047 42.27

2214* 3101 43. ;25 til 47,. 0 C

A, 404 .15 5, 32,3 i. 165 .,.12

13!r.:.5 1 L'.,y9 1 1. 245 12. 038 1..5
2, 3411 3 I 10,713 4 1, u0


Tuber


`state
Herds
o Ilob



Tenn.... 759

Tel ..... bt.?\


Insperc i
Iharer n


St ate olfrial


'''~\


H N. tE 'Her..

H. '. Darby....

I'. E. Murray...




J 5. Healy.......

Johin T. Dalla< .


1. h. Jones, N~ash-

N. F. \~llillims. Fort
Worth.
H\'. H. Hetndlrick~s.

Edwavrdl H Jones.

B. C. Givens. Rich-

Horhert P'rior, Ol-m-

Jo~hn W. Sixth,
Charlestonn.

so~n
H!. D. Port, I.'hey-
e~nne.


Utah

It.. .

Va.. .


1,.. ';


11'ash.... 2,270


~Is.. .....

Wyon.....


1, r~r.3
r:.518


ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM~ AND HIOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES


T1otlilru (LIrum r U




. ,
,
e.9.311,75.5
754.100..516
far.4, 875, 3.0


., I. .
~3,144,102 I


,
14.b4.1,801
191.520,235
177.50', "07


I


November. I',? ..................

11 mlonthls ended rnoember, 1024.


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN NOVEMlBER, 1929
License No'~. 4 was issued Novemlber 5, 1929, to. the AbbottCf Lab~oratories.
Fourteenlth Street and Shieridanl Road, Northl Chlicago, Ill., for autogenous
bacterin; avian tub~erculinl; bacillus abortus bacterini (bovine); bueillus avisep-
ticus balcterin; canine-diatemper mixed bacterin; equine abortion mixed bacterin;
equine metritis mixed bacterin; gastro~enteritis m~ixed b~acterin ('equine); hlemor-
rhagice-sept icemnia baeterin; joint-ill mui xed ba ct erin feqicu ineI; mla mmnit is mixed
bacterin 1 bovine'l; mixed bacterin. (forr rabb~its); mixedi infection bacterin (bovine);
mixed infection bacterin (canine); mixed infection bacterin (for fowls); mnixed
infection bacterinl Cfor sheep); mixed infection bacterin (f or swiniei; pig-scour
mixed bacterin; polyvalent mixed bacterin (equine'r; staphylo-bacterinl (canine);
strepto bacterin (equine); strep~tococcus-mastitis bacterin Ihbovine'l; sw~ine-
abortion mixed bacterin; tuberculin; whlite-scour mixed bacterini (bovine).
License No. 6 wa~s issued Nov'ember 30, 1929, to Pitmlan-Mloore Co., near
Zionsv~ille, Ind. i'mailing address, 1220 M'adison Avenue, Indianiapolis, Ind.l, for
fow\l typhoid-cholera miixed bacterin; pulmonary mixed bacterinl (bovine:); pul-
monary mixsed bneterin (sw~ine).
License N~o. 107 wvas issued Novemuber 21, 1929, to the Jensen-Salsb~ery Labora-
tories (Inc.), Twenty-first and Penn Streets, Kainsas City, Mo., for pneumonia
mixed bacterin ibooviner, and pneumlocnia mixed bacterin (sw~ine).

LICENSES TERMIINATED IN NOVEMBER, 1929

Licenses No. 4, issued January 8, 1926, Januasry 25, 1927, anid January 3, 1929,
to the Abbott ~Laboratories. Fourteenth Stre'et and Sheridan Roa'd, North
Chicago, Ill., wvere terminated Novemlber 5 and a inew license of th~e samne number
waes issued, as indicated above.















































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SFract ions de~note *:eteri n rians det ior lng pair t ime t rthe wo-rk;.
NOTE.--NO hog-choliert Wo~rk; donc iD WP'sr \'Irginia indl IClh. hrO report received from Idaho.


PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT

Docketl No. '.9.5.-In1 re 10. H-. K~ell\, dea~ler, South Omaha, Nebr. Notice of
inlqu-iry issued Aulgust 28X, 1929. allegingr failure to comply with bon)l~dinlg regula-
tioni. O~n N~ovember 1, 1929), a~ hearjlin g was held in this case at w~hic-h time the
rrespondltent app~learedl inl his owrn b~ehalf. Tes~timnyc~ on behalf of the Govern-
ment wasH~ introdulc1ed. 811Subequentr to) the hearing satisfactory clearance was
ob~tainied b\ responndent.. On December 26, 1929, respondent was ordered to
cease anld desist from d~oina bu11SineCss as a dealer without executing andi main-
tainingr a reasonable bondit to suitable trustees Irr furnishing a satisfactory equiva-
lenit thereof to secure thre p~erforrmance of his ob~liqation incurred as such dealer.


RESTORATION TO PAY STATUS JANUARY I FOR PURPOSES OF LEAVE

Att entionl is caslledl tol that ~ar't ojf pa.rn\e~raph 524 of the! administrative regula-
tionls o~f the dep~artmient relative toI the resto~rationl to, a pay? status, on January 1,
Iof emplloees w\ho, were Ion leave w~ithoullt payl! Decembl:er 31 on accounrrt of illniess.
Succh resto~ratioin tol a payv status is neither automatic nor at the dIscretionl of
in1Splctoir.4 in) charge, anrd emlployr!ees abs~ent wiithou~t pay December 31 on account
olf illrnes mu~st not b~e restl-red to the January? pay roll until authority to do so
is relceived from the Wal-shingto~n office. Inspectors in charge may recommend
to the W'ashingtoo n office rsuch restoration ofl deserving employees to a pay status,
pgivine a histor\ of each case andl set t il ng t fullv t he conditions which they con-
sidel~r\r nrrant favoirable action o~n thei part of the bureau.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties and finles have been imposedl in prosecutions for violations of reguila-r
tory lawsc, as reported to the bureau, as fo~llow~s:

Twenty-eight Hour Law

Atchison, Topek~a &: Santa Fe Railwayi? C1. I16 cases), $600 penalties.
Baltimoicre &r Ohio Railroad Co?., $100) p~einal;.
Frie Railroad C~o. I2' cases), 5200 penalties.


SUMMARYY OF HOG-CHOLREA-CONTROL WORK, NOVEMBER, 1929


Bureau
verteri- nleer. IPremist :
Ftalte narians Ings ad- I investi-
engaged i rerssedl I sted
in wor k 1

A~labama......... 1 .i 1 1 32 s
.1 rkan sas......... 1.5 :.. ... or
California.......~ .u6 I......... 3 J
Colrad0........ 1.0 3 | 27
Floridu............l 1..5 i.... ...I ,I
G;eo rgia...... ~.....' 1..) I ~ ... I10
Illin ois...........|1 3.0 1 20 ?i
Indiana...........i 2.0 I 24


...Y 4 ..- .. 6 ----

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11 7 j__ .._~ 46
16~ 1 ...1

1 /_ .~~_ 2
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120 1 19
1~ 1

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113


SERVICE AND REGULATOIRY' ANNOUNCE.11ENS


1929)


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Sformed


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arms cleanedl re-panrted
aran- and to bureau
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Louislan~s.........
Aichigan..........
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11issouri........ ..
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Nebraksk.......
North Caroilin3...
Ojhio..
Iklbhoma........
South Carolna....
mouth Daket~s....
Tenness~ee........
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l`irgulae...........

11~istonsin........


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114 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUL

New Y'ork Cent~ral Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. ~:
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (8 cases), 5800 penalties.
Texas & Pacific Railwnay Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties.
LivesLOCk Quarantine LawR
Mobile &r Ohio Railway Co., failure t.o mark waybill '*Tuberculous cattle."
$100 fine.
Meat Inspection Law
M~atthiew Hughes, Pratts Hollow~, N. Y'., offering unisound meat. for initerstates
shipment, $100 fine.
Cecil Canfield, Bainibridge, N. Y'., offering unsound meat for interstate ship-
ment, 10 days in jail.

.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 notlication copies.
So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]
Farmers' Bulletin 988 reviseded. Larkspur or Poison Weed. By C. Dwight
Marsh, A. B. Claw~son, and Hadleigh Marsh, Pathological Division. Pp. 13,
figs. 6.
Farmers' Bulletin 1069 reviseded. Tuberculosis in Livestock. B\ John A.
Kiiernan (deceased) and Alexander E. WIight, Tuberculosis Eradication Division.
Pp. 21, figs. 12. rli
Farmers' Bulletin 1508 revisedd. Poultry Keepinig in Back Y~ards. By i
MI. A. Jull andt A. R. Lee, Animanl Hulsbandry Division. Pp. 29, figs. 26.
Experimiental Studies of the Etiology of C~ommiion Warts in Cattle. By G. T.
Creechi, Pathological Divisionl. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 39,
No. 10, Novemlber 15, 1929. K~ey No. A-131. Pp. 14, figs. 8.
Miiscellaneous Publication No. 66. Economic Benefits of Eradicating Tuber-
culosis fromn Livestock. By Johni R. Alohler, Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry,
A. E. Weight, anid L. B. Ernest, Tuberculosis Eradication Division. Pp. 24, :

B. A. I. Order 321, rule 1, revision 28.-To prevent the spread of splenetic,
southern, or Texas fev'er in cattle. Effective on and after December 1, 1929.
Pp. 3.
Amendment to B. A. I. Order 317, declaring names of counties placed in modi-
fled accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective December 2, 1929. P. 1
(mimeographed).
M~ap showing quarantine for Texas fever of cattle. December 1, 1929. 24 by
11)( inches. (:Two colors.)
Ma~p showhing status of bovine tuberculosis eradication on area. basis. Re-
vised to November 1, 1929. 8 by 10,% inches.

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief: JoHN R. M'OHLER. I
Associate Chiefi: U. G. HOUCK.
Assistant Chief: A. W'. MIlLLER.
Aidministrative A-ssistantl: CHARLES C'. CARROLL.
Chief ClErk: J. R. C'OH RAN.
Editor: D. S. BUiRCH. p
Ainimwal Husbanldry Div~ision: E. W'. SHEETS, Chief.
Biochemic,' Division: MI. DORSET, chief.
Divisoion of' Hog-Cholera C'ontrol: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Div'iision of Iirrus-rcCuml Control: D. I. SKIDMORE,, chief.
Field Insppctionr Dirision: G. W!. POPE, chief.
Mcat In~spectionr Divisionl: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Packers anld Stockyuards Divlision: A. W. MILLER, chief.
Pathological Divlision: JonN S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Tick Eradicationi Divlisionr: R. A. RAuIsAv, chief.
I'Tuberculosis Eradication Divlision: A. E. Wron-r, chief.
Zoological Divisiion: M AvalcE C. H ALL, chief.
E2-perimient IStaion: W'. E. CoTToN, superintendent.
O.11ice of Acrconts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in Charge.
Office of~ Personn~el: CEORGE H. RUoSSELL, in charge.
U. S. BOVERNMENTn PRINITING OFFICEs 1980




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S. R. A.-B. A. 1.272 Issued January, 1930United States Department of AgricultureSERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYDECEMBER, 1929[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in theservice of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officerswhose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government PrintingOffice, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official incharge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members o fhis force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.)CONTENTS PageChanges in directory.------------------------------------------------------------------------107Notices regarding meat inspection--------------------------------------------------------108Animal casings of foreign origin-------------------------------------------------------------108Dried animal casings of foreign origin-----------------------------------------------108Hog casings for the Netherlands----------------------------------------------------108Lard for the Netherlands---------------------------------------------------------109Animals slaughtered in November, 1929, under Federal meat inspection--------------------------109Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, November, 1929--------109Causes of condemnation of carcasses, October, 1929----------------------------------------110Imports of food animals and of meat and meat food products-------------------------------110Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, November, 1929 111Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses -------------------------112Licenses issued for biological products in November, 1929--------------------------------112Licenses terminate, in November, 129 _-------------------112Summary of hog-cholera-control work, November, 1929 ------------------------------------113Proceedings under packers and stockyards act-----------------------------------------113Restoration to pay status January 1 for purposes of leave-----------------------------------13Results of prosecutions for violations of laws---------------------------------------------113New publications of the bureau--------------------------------------------------114Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry ------------------------------------------114CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Granted*538. Crocker Packing Co., P. 0. box 553, Joplin, Ko.120. First National Stores (Inc.), Mystic Avenue; mail, 5 Middlesex Avenue,Somerville, Mass.*892. Famous Packing Co., Shawnee Street at Railroad, Kansas City, Kans.*940. Beasley Packing Co. (Inc.), Warford Avenue, Memphis, Tenn.Meat Inspection Withdrawn173-A. Hammond Standish & Co., Toledo, Ohio.218. Hope Manufacturing Co. (Inc.), Providence, R. I.Change in Name of Official Establishment176. Miguel Jaume (Inc.), New York, N. Y., instead of Miguel Jaume.348. Daniel Strecker (Inc.), Philadelphia, Pa., instead of Daniel Strecker.Change in Address of Official Establishment17-B. John Morrell & Co., 221 Bridge Street, Cambridge, Mass., instead of75 Commercial Street, Boston, Mass.*Conducts slaughtering.89030--30 107

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108 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY IDecember,New StationJoplin, Mo., meat inspection; Dr. M. W. McGuire, post-office hx 553; office,Crocker Packing Co.Station DiscontinuedToledo, Ohio, meat inspection; remove E. Smith.Little Rock, Ark., hog-cholera and tuberculosis eradication.Change of Inspector in ChargeDr. H. L. Fry succeeds Dr. H. M. O'Rear as inspector in charge at Nashville,Tei. For the present Doctor O'Rear will be on travel duty, reporting to thechief of bureau.Dr. C. L. Elliott succeeds Dr. A. McBride (retired) as inspector in charge atNewark, N. J.Dr. 0. W. Seher succeeds Dr. C. L. Elliott as inspector inl charge at MasonCity, Iowa.Dr. W. H. Meadors succeeds Dr. 0. W. Sehier as inspector in charge atAtlanta, Ga.Dr. R. H. Nutt succeeds Dr. W. H. Meadors as inspector in charge at Bir-mingham, Ala.Dr. .J. L. Burgett succeeds Dr. R. I. Nutt as inspector in charge a Hlender-son, Ky.Dr. W. B. Lincoln succeeds Dr. J. L. Burgett as inspector in clarae at Mor-ristown, Tenn.NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIONAnimal Casings of Foreign OriginCertificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instrictions issleid ti retunder,which bear the official title of the high official of tile foreign country as specifiedbelow, will be acceptable with animal casings offered for imp ortation into fiheUnited Slates.The certificates must also bear tile signat ure of tile high official of the national government having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign countryin 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 llamles.Official title Fneign countrvMTinister of Agriculture ---------------------------------------vi.Dried Animal Casings of Foreign OriginThe instructions in Service and Regulatorv Announceinent of Novenier,1929, relative to the release without disinfection of uncerti e drie aninialbladders is food containers are hereby amended to include dried wj sand, andall other dried animal casings offered for importation as food coai:o:: -.Hog Casings for the NetherlandsReferring to the instructions in Service and Regulalorv An i in emcnts ofOctober, 1929, relative to p >rk for the Netherlands, informat ion has beei receivedto the effect that hog casings offere I for imp>rtat ion into that cointrv art requiredto be refrigerate-l for 20 days at a temperature of -15' C. (5' F. Aeo )r lingly,inuspeet >r in charge are directe l t'> see that (nly hog c ing which are derivedfrom animals slaughteredl ill official establislinments, ha iiledl in a -ani-tary miaiier,and reirigeraled at a temperal ure of not higher than 5 F. for nwt hs han threeweeks are exprt'ed to the Netherla ids.M. I. Form 122 --E shall be issued for each consign ient of hog ca ,-ilngs for i heNetherlands, and (,n the reverse side of I)(0i1 the 'ruiinal and dupliente copies oftile certificate shall be written the folb winug, signed by the inspector inl charge:The hog casings dcsoiihed on the reverse sit of tis ceri iftiezito w ri refrigerated continuously for notless than ihree wccks at a tenperature not higher I hin 15* ('. hi*ow freezing.Al. I. Form 169 shall also lie issued in addition to -A. 1. Form 122-E for hIiogcasings destined to the Netherlands.

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19291 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 109Lard for the NetherlandsReferring to the instructions in Service and Regulatory Announcements ofOctober, 1929, relative to pork for the Netherlands, information has been receivedthrough diplomatic channels to the effect that the requirement of the goverm entof the Netherlands that all pork offered for importation into that country shall beeither refrigerated for 20 days at a temperature of -150 C. (50 F.) or heatedthroughout at a temperature of So' C. (1760 F.) does not apply to any kind of lard.ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN NOVEMBER, 1929, UNDER FEDERALMEAT INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTSStation Cattle Calves Sheep Goats SwineBaltimore ---------------------------------------5,907 432 1,599 ------. 76,916Buffalo -----------------------------------------447 1,910 7,702 -.--97, 861Chicago ----------------------------------------145, 302 37,454 188, 316 395 69s, 609Cincinnat i---------------------------------------11, 325 4,807 6, 343 9 79, 750Cleveland ---------------------------------------424 4, 076 11,032 -----S4,428Denver -----------------------------------------13,049 1,578 15,925 ---22,449Detroit -------------------------------------------7,00 4,824 22,998 1 97,537Fort Worth --------------------------------------33,603 34,771 15,478 1,006 19,300Indianapolis -------------------------------------1 227 3,130 5, 188 -------129, 535Kansas City -------------------------------------74, 624 18,222 61, 796 871 208, 195Milwauke -------------------------------------727 34,248 8,682 --------150, 203National Stock Yards ---------------------------29, 628 5,653 27,055 871 106,078New York ---------------------------------------31,399 49,065 231,395 2 119,513Omaha ------------------------------------------62, 871 5,264 109, 398 10 132, 598Philadelphia --------------------------------------5, 493 6, 018 17, 843 92, 168St. Louis ----------------------------------------13, 671 5,130 1, 38 1 129, 811Sioux City --------------------------------------30, 336 2,434 6s, 2S8 24 87, 786South St. Joseph ---------------------------------27, 233 6, 328 62,341 1 119,818South St. Paul -----------------------------------45,474 54, 739 11W, 395 2 364, 123Wichita ------------------------------------------7,608 2,144 3, 814 14 50,742All other establishments --------------------------138,052 76,211 171, 164 662 .1, 631,134Total: November, 1929 ---------------------731,407 358,438 1, 159, 1 50 3,869 4,498, 554November, 1928 762,045 377, 969 1, 189, 416 3, 931 4,455,27311 months ended November, 1920 -7,666, 001 4, 142, 725 12, 932, 373 25, 772 43, 361, 66911 months ended November, 1928 7, 800,429 4,339,223 12, 435, 450 17, 268 44, 013, 372New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and Newark-. 37,823 55,010 267, 698 2 246, 159(The slauchter figures for this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and"All other establishments'' and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.)Horses slaughtered in November, 1929 ----------------------------------------------------14, 669Horses slaughtered in November, 1928 --------------------------------------------------------12,48511 months ended November, 1929--------------------------------------------------------116,17111 months ended November, 1928-_--. .--------------------------------------------------------114, 018Inspections of lird at all establishments 154,221,426 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,35,020.810 inspection pounds; sausage. 64,718,056 inspection pounds.Corresponding inspections for November, 128: Lard, 149,876,2S9 inspection pounds; compound andother substitutes, 43.362,967 inspection pounds: sausage, 67,122,333 inspection pounds.(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may havebeen inspected aind recorded more than once in the process of m nufacture.)EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREEIMPORTANT MARKETS, NOVEMBER, 1929Retained for tuberculosisTotal'~tat~onslaughterTotalrPassed for Con-Total cooking demnedI attic: -IChicago-----------------------------------------145,302 7,818 186 1,041Kansas Ci* 4,-----------------------------------------74 624 214 10 37Omah-------------------------------------------62,871 491 29 83Swine:hica -----------------------------------------698, 609 75,445 1, 266 944Kasas C -------------------------------------208,195 9, 101 91 64Omalh -------------------------------------------132, 598 9,278 142 87

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110 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Decembo'r,CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, OCTOBER, 1929Cause Cattle Calves Sheep SwineEmanciation---------------------------------------836 87 1, 101 3Hog cholera ---------------------------------------------------------------7Inflammatory diseases ------------------------------1261 158 1, 299 ' 1,69Immaturity -------------------------------------------------11Tuberculosis -------------------------------------3, 158 25 3, 14All other causes 1,835 205 1, 057 3, 263Total -7,090 626 3,457 10,1,54)IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOODPRODUCTSThe statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats andmeat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during Novem-ber, 1929, with figures for other periods for comparison.Imports of food anbnalsCountry of export Cattle Sv, ine Sheep GoasMexico --. ._ .----------------------------------------------19, 645 -Canada.-----------.-------------------------------------22, 147 61 1,425.Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico) -------------------------------209 --Total: November, 1929 ---. .----------------------------------1 42,001 124 1, 125 4November, 1928.--.----------------------------------52,823 1V2 4,494 3211 months ended November, 1929.---------------------487,843 2, 420 26, 905 22111 months ended November, 1928.--------------------458,558 19, 994 33, 618 Imported meats and meat food productsFresh and refrigeratedCountry of export Cured and Other meat Tot'cnined products weightBeef OtherPounds Pounds Poun ds Pounds Po ndsArgentina.------.------------------------------------------------3,S38,109 249, 904 4,088,013Australia_--------.------------------------------------------------------1,961 1,961Brazil ---------------------------------------------------49, 020 -----------49,020Canada ------------------------------------1,185,662 135,265 1,551, 526 834,203 3,706, 656New Zealand--.---------------------------------------------------23, 782 23, 782Paraguay.-------------------------------------------------------918, 032 12, 210 930,242Uruguay------------------------------------------1, 966, 275 10, 680 1,976,955Other countries _.----------------------105, 711 744 85, 546 211, 578 403, 579Total: November, 1929.------------1,291,373 136, 009 8,408, 508 1,344,318 11, 180,208November, 1928 ------------7,654,238 880,715 6,903,552 908,075 16,346,58011 months ended November,1929 -.-------------------35,856,660 11, 961, 848 98,489,201 9,993,568 156,301,27711 months ended November,1928 -------------------44,807,781 16, 543, 610 71, 019, 772 10,720,522 143,091,685Condemned in November, 1929: Beef, 318 pounds; pork, 19 pounds; total, 367 pounds. Refused entryBeef, 80 pounds; veal, 40 pounds; pork, 80 pounds; total, 200 pounds.

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19291 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 111SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-TION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1929Tuberculin tests dur-ing month 'otaltodateState C )n eAcHerds Ins et in c hr oficialHerds Cattle (ae teste Credund eror lots tested r free ited super-herds herds visionAla.--. 250 3,747 12 5, 996 317 8, 582 It. E. Jackson_ _k. .Cary, Auburn.Ariz-36 992 10 8, 254 41 8, 333 F. L. Schneiderv I. J. I light, Phoenix.Ark 63 1, 136 4 10, 256 17 10, 37f 1T. L. Fr y---J. H. Bux, LittleRock. Calif 264 11,846 103 6,878 146 7,245 R. Snyder-._J. P. Iverson, Sacra-mento.Colo 47 1,293 31 1,130 173 1,564 W. E. Ilowe. C. (J. Lamb, Den-ver.Conn ---491 10, 678 231 3, 498 2, 801 7,004 It. L. Smith-.Charles Johnson,Hartford.Del-302 2, 842 95 4, 156 2,341 6,742 E. B. Sinonds 0. A. Newton,Bridgeville.D. C_ 0 0 0 99 8 107 A. E. Wight_Fla_ S4 2, 35 9 8,054 97 8, 897 .1. G. Fish ------J. V. Knapp, Talla-hassee.G(a 1, 416 14. 092 14 33,281 31 33, 323 A. L. Ilirleman. J. IM, Sutton, At-lanta.Idaho1, 091 1, 4-7 7 36, 111 56 39, 3r0 W. A. Sullivan A .J. Dickman,Boise.II-I, el4 9.5, 010 2,911 144, 272 5,494 182, 950 J. J. Lin tner-. D. W. Robison,Springfield.Ind___ 2, 946 22, 35S 47 138, 551 24, 758 174, 091 J. E. G ihson Fran k II. Brown,Ind ianapolis.Iowa -5,199 87, 442 887 116, 825 2,900 184, 502 J. A. Barger M. G. Thornburg,Des Moines.Kans ---2, 057 23, 130 120 90, 696 587 91, 525 N. 1. T ownJ. I1. Mercer, To-send. peka.K 912 5, 913 27 75, 773 87 77. 14 W. F. Biles .E. Westmorland,Frankfort.La --------135 2,379 43 8,575 13 1, 929 G. 1'. (ole E. P. Flower, BatonRouge.Me 887 7,295 23 43, 021 703 43, x7 G. R. "aldwell H. M. Tucker, Au-gusta.Md ----1,727 1, 990 209 15, 7 5 8, 192 30, C04 E. 11. imonds James B. George,Baltimore.Mass 392 S, 008 899 2,,551 1,474 4, 911 F. A. Crossmnan E. F. R ichardson,Boston.Alich---4,559 45, 516 285 181, 412 67 182, 924 T. S. Rich -B. J. Killham, Lan-sing.Minn 16,503 208, 930 1, 160 95, 913 9,200 107, 816 W. J. Fretz -C. E. Cotton, St.Paul.Mis-201 2,038 0 ",127 28 8,155 11. RobbinsR. V. Rafnel, Jack-son.Mo.---943 9,204 20 76, 243 226 79,977 Ralph GrahamHI. A. Wilson, Jetfer-son City.Mont-. 478 11,940 136 32, 352 92 32, 168 J. W. 3furdoch. I1. J. Butler, Helena.Nebr-2,154 39, 643 342 68. 918 116 69,309 A. HI. FrancisC. H. Hays, Lincoln.Nev-41 4,267 9 1,470 11 1.781 L.C. Butterfield Edward Records,Reno. N. I .936 11,032 487 2,417 4,006 6,741 E. A. Crossman A. L. Felker, Con-cord.N. J .496 5,593 122 4,228 3,095 10,813 W. D. Middle J. H. McNeil, Tren-ton ton.N. Mex-. 21 928 29 2,115 23 2,226 F. L. Schneider Mat Keenan, Albu-querque.N. Y--.-6,254 85, 493 2, 413 26, 994 74, 761 111,529 H. B. Leonard. E. T. Faulder, Al-bany.N. C 176 2,207 3 256,629 295 256,924 W. C. DendinWilliam Moore, Ra-ger. leigh.N. Dak .1, 529 30,063 147 53, 996 5, 255 65, 449 H. H. CohenourW. F. Crewe, Bis-marck.Ohio6, 52579 190,792 830 198,461 A. J. De Fosset C. McCandless, Co-lumbus.Okla. -1,003 12,738 26 116 278 406 L. J. Allen----C. C. Hisel, Okla-homa City.Oreg -1,140 9,105 39 16, 592 312 16, 920 S. B. Foster. W. H. Lytle, Salem.Pa -------8,960 76, 299 1,413 112, 876 5,916 132, 317 J. B. Reidy T. E. Munce, Harris-burg.R. I --46 762 97 240 129 549 E. A. Crossmarn T. F. Robinson, Providence.S. C.-. 1,040 4,294 7 63, 971 101 64, 134 W. K. Lewis-. W. K. Lewis, Co-I lumbia.S. Dak. 1,465 1 27, 267 201 9,623 1,155 11,219 J. 0. Wilson .T. H. Ruth, Pierre,

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112 BUREAU OF ANJMAL INDUSTRY December,SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-TION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1929-ContinuedTull ercullinl leslzfu -T( JI d t'Ie dO vuuil' I eJ (-III T itm e A (' IC sc w elctrsrtle iyrde111 rTenn 719 1, 71 ;. .747 183:1 ,. 71 11. 7xl .IRI ar-, J. Al. Jon,-, Nash-v-ilh'.T, j,;j 9 -, (7 , !. 01' 1. L. Dar h N. F. \\ illiam. Fortul -1,77 7. 088 12 10,. 105 11, 22; F, E. .\iuirray. X W. I. llensiniis.1,11 Cae(ity,VI 1.070 22, f;IJ' 1, 17 79" I, ',82 23. 4SO L. 11. .AdnXu' Fdiward 11. Juncs.a, ' -21I1 3 70 41, 04 12.277 H. T. Brok11. C, ich-bank. .iIIni.WXash --2,27C 22, o4i1 310 43. 725 61 47, 1 ('. Exiine .u(,rt i'iir. ( vl,-p ia..1, G3 , 404 .1 4,825 1, 16., 7. 129 11. M N t on. John XX. 'Thili,, a l 1, ,1 2, 79c 1' 12, 03s 172 7V7 J. I l d -L. X 9: t, kl-son.Wyo 29i 2,f (, 10,7 4 12,070 John T. )lelius H. I). Pr , Chev-Tot al 727 1 207, r73 17, 56 2.309, 37 ' 7. 2 702, 711ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCEDUNDER LICENSESer ( ' 18r eI n lumblIoodl cleared V1,1 VIT'ls( e. C .C c. ( .C .November, 112' 4, 0o 74. 7 , 75 45,9 40, 79s 2, 415, 22, 7.397. 42N ovem ier, 192. ---------------2, 5:3, 3#'7 ( 2, 710. * 7 ' 9, 311, 75,, 3, 144, 102 14, X4t, i11 m1 v' ended N ovemler, 129 94, 271, 107 s, 712. (.8 74.1, 19,7, 5,, 93. 7,4 191, 52. 2:11 miont h. ended Novem elr, 192. 1\24 44', 4s 57', 999. 049 664, 875, 210 5)9, I 2, '.01 177. ' 07LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN NOVEMBER, 1929Licene NI. 4 was issued November 5, 1929, to the Abbott Laboratorie".Fourteenth Street aid Sheridan Road, Norlh Chi'a1g 4, Ill., for aItogen1ousbacterin; avian fuberculin: bacillus ihorlus iaeterin (bovine); hacillus avisep-ticus bacterin; caIiIe-dislm mi ed haeterin; equine abortion mixed bacteriaequine muetitis mixe( 1eteri ; gastrnIeritis ixed 1aacterin (equine) ; hemor-rhagice-septicemia haeterin; joint-ill mixed hieterili (equine); iammitis mixedbacterin (bovine); mixed baeterini for rabbits); mixed infection hacterin (bovine);mixed infection 1acterin (canineI; mixed infection baeterin (for fowls ); mixedinfection bacterin (for sheep); mixed infection bacterin (for swine); pig-scourmixed bacteria ; pINvalent mixed bacterin (equine); staphylo-bacterin (canine);strepto hacterin (equine); streptococcus-mastitis bacterin (bovine); swine-abortion mixed baeterin; tuberculin; white-scour mixed bacteria ( bovine)License No. 6 was issued November 30, 1929, to Pitian-Moore Co., nearZionsville. Ind(]. (mailing address, 1220 Madison Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind.), forfowl t*yphoid-cholera mixed badterin; puhlonary mixed hacterin (bovine); pul-Imloniarv mixed baeterin (swinei.License No. 107 was issued November 21, 1929, to the Jensen-Salsbery Labora-tories (Ic.), Twenty-first and Penn Streets, Kansas City, Mo., for pieumouiamixed bacterin (bovine), and pneumonia mixed bacterin (swine).LICENSES TERMINATED IN NOVEMBER, 1929Licenses No. 4, issued January 8, 1926, January 25, 1927, and January 3, 1929,to the Abbott Laboratories, Fourteenth Street and Sheridan Road, NorthChicago, Ill., were terminated November 5 and a new license of the same numberwas issued, as indicated above.

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 113SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLREA-CONTROL WORK, NOVEMBER, 1929Bureau Demonstrat'ions 1 n Far m Outhb eakveterimeetPireni o ep clean reported :-late narians ings adinvestiH sies per-c t o b ra i '1a uengaged iressed gated Numbt form oi -in r0k dd todt nar ansAlabama --1.-1 2 4 %0Arkansas -1.5 -33California -.1. 4 2Colorado ---------1.0 3 27 451 12Florida ----------1.5 51 16 4Georgia ----------1 3 14Illinois :3. 1 207 ~1 12 .56Indiana ------------2.0 1 74 1i -19Iowa ---------------1.)) 64 1I 17Kansas -------------1.0 121 3 -30Kentucky 2.0 1 20)9 24 6Louisiana --------1.0 1 30 22 446 4 7Michigan ---------2.0 --!;9 1 4 31Maryland --2.0 2 919 2 5 11 7 -46M ississippd 1.03 3 -5 1) 164 1 1Missouri ---------1.0 4 67 0 --~ ---2Montana-.05 17 1---2Nehraska 2. 7 13 1North Carolina 1.2 76 -----6Ohio -----------2.0 -4 120 11Oklahorna -------1South Carolina 1 0 :37 27 .47 2South Dakota1 ------6Tennessee 1.0 -74 2:;1 2Texas -1. 0 275 21 17Virginia ----1.100 1*W ashington ----Oregon-----1 ---41W isconsin. ---6 4 ----3Total ---3331 : 24 2. 1 : 2. 7t~ 216 :i 43 34tl Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to tho wor .NOTE.-No hog-cholera work done in West Virginia and T-tah. No report received from Idaho.PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACTDocke0 No. 295.-In re M. H. Kelly, dealer, South Omaha. Nebr. Notice ofinquiry issued August 28, 1929, alleging failure to comply wvith bonding regula-tion. On November 1, 1929, a hearing was held in this ease at which time therespondent appeared in his owN i behlalf. Testion v on biehalf of the Govern-ment was introduced. Suilsequent to the hearing satisfactory clearance wasobtained by respondent. On December 26, 1929, respondent was ordered tocease and desist from doing business as a dealer without executing 11(d main-taining a reasonable bond to suitable trustees or furnishing a satisfactory eqiuiva-lent thereof to secure the performance of his obligations tinurred as such dealer.RESTORATION TO PAY STATUS JANUARY 1 FOR PURPOSES OF LEAVEAttention is called to that part of paragraph 524 of the administrative regiula-tiotis of tile department relative to the restoration to a pay status, oni Janury 1,of ei ployees who were on leave without pav Decembier 31 on account of illness.Such restoration to a pay status is neilher automatic nor at the dIlscretion ofinspecitrs in charge, and employees absent without pay December 31 on accotiitof ms es must not be restored to the Januarv pay roll until authority to do soSree.ved from the Washington office. Inspectors in charge may reeommledlito the Washington office such restoration of deserving employees to a pay status,giving a history of each case and setting out fully the conditions which they con-sider arrant favorable action on th part of the bureau.RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWSPenalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regul-tory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:Twenty-eight Hour LawAtchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. (6 cases), $600 penalties.Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Erie Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalies.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA|||| |1111 1111111 ||111111 I N I 1111111113 1262 08852 7303114 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUL-New York Central Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (8 cases), $800 penalties.Texas & Pacific Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties.Livestock Quarantine LawMobile & Ohio Railwayv Co., failure to mark waybill "Tuberculous cattle,"$100 fine.Meat Inspection LawMatthew Htughes, Pratts Hollow, N. Y., offering unsound meat for interstateshipment, $100 fine.Cecil Canfield, Baitibridge, N. Y., offering unsound meat for interstate shipment, 10 days in jail..NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU[he 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 988 (revised). Larkspur or Poison Weed. By C. DwightMarsh, A. B. Clawson, and Hadleigh Marsh, Pathological Division. Pp. 13,figs. 6.Farmers' Bulletin 1069 (revised). Tuberculosis in Livestock. By John A.Kiernan (deceased) and Alexander E. Wight, Tuberculosis Eradication Division.Pp. 21, figs. 12.Farmers' Bulletin 1508 (revised). Poultry Keeping in Back Yards. ByM. A. Jull and A. R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 29, figs. 26.Experimental Studies of the Etiology of Common Warts in Cattle. By G. T.Creech, Pathological Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 39,No. 10, November 15, 1929. Key No. A-131. Pp. 14, figs. 8.Miscellaneous Publication No. 66. Economic Benefits of Eradicating Tuber-culosis from Livestock. By John R. Mohler, Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry,A. E. Wight, and L. B. Ernest, Tuberculosis Eradication Division. Pp. 24,figs. 8.B. A. I. Order 321, rule 1, revision 28.--To prevent the spread of splenetic,southern, or Texas fever in cattle. Effective on and after December 1, 1929.Pp. 3.Amendment to B. A. I. Order 317, declaring names of counties placed in modi-fied accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective December 2, 1929. P. 1(mimeographed). Map showing quarantine for Texas fever of cattle. December 1, 1929. 24 by11/ inches. (Two colors.)Map showing status of bovine tuberculosis eradication on area basis. Re-vised to November 1, 1929. 8 by 10% inches.ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYChief: Jonx R. MOHLER.Associate Chief: U. G. HoucK.Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER.Administration Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.Chief Cltrk: J. R. COHRAN.Editor: D. S. BURCH.Animal IIaiandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, Chief.Biocheinic Dirision: M. DORSET, Chief.Division of flog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.Division of Viros-Seruin Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.Field Inspet ion Division: G. W. POPE, chief.Meat In pe/ion Dirision: R. P. STEDDOM, Chief.Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, Chief.Pathological Division: Jon S. BUCKLEY, Chief.Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.Tuberea losis Eradica io n Diui sion: A. E. WIGHT, chief.Zoological DiVision: MAURICE C. HALL, chief.Experiment Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent.Office of Accontis: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.0/lice of IPrsounnel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in charge.U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1930