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8. R. A.--B. A. I. 264 Mfay, 1929

r ~United States Depart 3+of f~ricul



SERVICE AND REGULATORY

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDU

APRIL, 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 Ilmited to persons in the
services of th~e bureau, establishments at whieb the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers
whose duties' make it, desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.
Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing
Offiee, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each on~cial in
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of
his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in direct tory -~-............._... ....._............................. 35
Notice regarding meat inspection:
Shipment of unmarked meat in cars bearing Government seals.--.-........... ._~~,~_.......... 36
Animals .plaughtered under Federal meat inspection, Maorch, 1929--.~__~~~.~~..~_.~__.............. 36
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, MIarch, 1929............. 37
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, February, 1929_~_~. __.~.._...~..._....................... 37
Imports of food animals and of meats and meet food products~.~..._.. ...........~_..___.._...... 37
Bummary of tubereulosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, March, 1929..... 38
Anti-hog-cholera serum and bog-cholera virus produced under licenses, Ma~rch, 1929~__........ 39
Licenses issued for biological products in March, 1929-_~_.___. ... .......... ..... 39
Licenses terminated for March, 1929.~.-..........................,su.~__.._ S .* ...... 303
Permitted disinfectants~--. ~~.-.~~.-....................... ....... .1,',.. 4 ..... 39 L
Summary of hog-cholera-control work, March, 1929............. ..........$: ... 0
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws~_.___.~........ .... ..-. ...... .
New publications of the bureau............. r '. ... ....
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry~~..... .. ...;i;s~n;t3::::~~_.---*i.- _C. .at... 4

CHANGES IN DIREC ORY .-.

Mdeat laspection Gm ted
38. Santa Maria Packing Corporation, 1779-178T $rt sin Street, Los
Angeles, Calif. and Mama's Ravioli Co',
189. The Kennel Foodl Supply Co., Bronson Ade P. O. box 278, Fairfield,
Conn.
Meat Inspection Withdrawn

12-K. KIingan &: Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
429. The Glidden Nut Butter C~o., Chicago, Ill.
679. Julius Sostmann & Sons (Inc.), Philadelphia, Pa.
Meat Inspection Extended

14. Hellman Products Co. (Inc.), Binghamton, N. Y., to include R. D. Dorseyr.
Change in Name of Ofliial Establishment
168. The C. F. Sauer Co., 438 South Mlain Street, Greenville, S. C., and Dukres
Products Co., instead of previous name.
402. Glidden Food Products Co., 3702 Iron Street, Chicago, Ill., and Troco Co.
of Ill. instead of Troco Nut Butter Co.
Change in Address of Offcial Establisluenet
320i. Baltimore Butterine Co., 20-28 Willard Street, and 47-53 Catherine Street,
Baltimore Md.; mail, 55-59 Catherine Street instead of previous ad-
dress.
50321-20 3?5






















































































Horses slaughtered at all establishments, M~arch, 1Y92, 5,867. Horses slaughtered at all establishments,
March, 1928, 9,051. Inspections of lard at all establishments, 148,161,371 inspection pounds; compound
and other substitutes, 33,114,362 inspection pounds; sausage, 58,138,025 inspection pounds.
Corresponding inspections for M~arc~h, 1928: Lard, 205,000,1171 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 55,946,211 inspection pounds; sausage, 57,657,985 inspection pounds.
(Thebe totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have
been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)


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BUREAUJ OF ANIlVIAL INDUSTRY


Newl Bubstation


Fairfield, Conn., meat inspection, substation of Bridgeport, Conn.~ ,

Change in Address of Of~idal in Charge

Dr. J. S. Healy, 330--332, Federal Building, MCadison, W~is., instead of 110 East
Washington Avenue.
Change of Official in Charge jij4

John M~c Wilillims succeeds J. A. O'Brien (deceased), at Vicksburg, Miss.

Note

NavyS work at Bremerton, ~a~sh., w~ill be under the supervision of the Beattle
Wash., station; the w~ork; at New London, Conn., will be under the New York
N. Y'., station; and the worrk at Norfolk, Va., will be under J. Ml. Harris, effective
May 1, 1929.


NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION

SHLIPMIENT OF UNMARKED MEAT IN CARS BEARING GOVERNMENT SEALS

Referring to 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
establishments:
Chicago, Ill.: Jamaica, N. Y'.:
54L3. G3. Hollenbach. 464. ~e~rkel (I~nc.).
8(1. Delizia Sausage M~anufacturing Co. Lancaster, Pa.:
Cinc~innati, Ojbio: 270. Sprenger Food Co. (Inc.).
298 Oust. Juengling &Son. Co. Secaucus, N. J.:
5. Stegner Products Co. 641. Charles Haag Abbatoir.
Fairfield, Conn.:
189. The Kennel Food Supply Co.

ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN MARCH, 1929, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT
INSPECTION IN DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES IN THE
FOLLOWING TABLE


Station


Cattle


Calves


1, 203
3, 278
67. 822
;,242
5, 696
2, 16$
6, 460

5,275
16, 658
541,150
9, 355
57, 160
7, 458
6,7i01
6, 572
3,085
6, 265
61, 557
1, 983
67, 265

408, 796
407, 2~00
3, 295, 054
3, 461, 485


Sheep


B alt m or .... ... .... ... .... ... .... ... 5, 80 6
Buffalo.-.-.-~.. ...~.............~..~.~~-.... 6, 921
Chi cago. ............. ............... ..... 121, 917
Cincinnadi.-~.~........................... 10, 913
Cleveland..~._.....................-~.~~-~ 6, 767
Denver._..~..~...........~~~............... 794
D etroit. .. .. .. .. 6, 235
Fort. Worth.-.............. ......... ...~ ~ 16, 763
Indianapolis~-....~.~.~. ~ ~~............... 13, 251
Kansas City-~~~.~-......................~-~~ 68, 678
M~ilwaukee.......................~~~.-~. ~~~~ 11,086
National Stock Yards...................... 21, 192
Newf York~_~_..._..~..~.~.-.~.~~.-.......... 30, 401
Omab .. .. 68, 205
P hil del hia ... ... .... ... ... ... ... .. ,46 -I
St. Louis. ........._ -.~~.........-........... 9, 480
Siou C iy ... ... .... ... .... ... .... ... 33, 478
Sout b St. Joseph._ __.... ...... _............ 25, 192
South St. Paul. ~--~.......................... 4, 899
W~ichita_. .~.~-__.__.... .... .... .... .. .. 5, 274
All other establishments.-~.--~--............ 15,76

Total. Msre~b, 1929.................... 631, 778
March, 1928. .. ... ... 664, 948
9 mont bs ended M~areb, 1929.. 6, 309, 367
9 mont hs ended M~areb, 1928...: 6, 988,133


Gotss Swine


...... ... 6 537
..... .... 62, 305
I 492, 604
8 83, 155
31 71, 202
.........42, 158
2 84, 509
534 58, 260
........ 70 264
17 211, 331
......... 2, 494
..... .... 78, 590
45 107, 005
11 174, 186
.........73, 022
..~~~...... 114, 490
.........143, 7691
..... .... 68, 295
9 209, 558
7 61, 601
423 1, 278, 876

1, 060 3, 645, 301
1, 386 5, 139, 754
14, 810 35, 848, 805
16, 155 36, 938, 662


67
6, 636
186, 289
2, 776
8, 576
15,698
5, 188
15, 610
1,7;77
111, 730
1, 607
9, 657
154, 234
151, 543
10,859
2, 560
42,815
118, 590
14, 949
13, 914
131, 200

1, 006j, 305
1, 015, 861
10, 3410, 293
9, 941, 221












EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, MARCH, 1929


Retained for tuberculosis


Station slaug btler Passed
Total c gd~



Cattle:
Chicago..~~.~.~-~-~............................... 121, 91; 6, 3t3 215I 952
Kansas City. .... .*. ... .. ...... ... .. 68c, t;8 359 If 41
Omaba....................... .-~.~.~ ~~~-.~........... ...... 68,2?05 60.3 32 59
Swine.
Chicago....~..~. .................................~~......... -192, C04 6i3,367 842 6;1
Kansas City.. ............ ....... ... 211, 331 O.,925 y6 Y4
Om haba -.....~_............~.~..................... 174I, 186 19, 900 1 1,5 168


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, FEBRUARY, 1929

Cause Cattle Cair-es Sheep Swine
t
Emaciation~ ~~~~~~ ................................... 35-11 154I 300 133
Ilog rholera_.......~~~.........~..................-~ 1,122.~... ..;...~. I~. ...
Inflammatory diseases.....~~~.~~.~.~....................~........) 859( 16 .195Ib 2,-191
Im m aturity .. . . . 4 . .
Tuberculosis ......~......................... ........ 1, b.5 | I 31 ....... 4,4
All other c~auses.~~~................ ................... .......~.... 72 I100 4, 118

Total._....~......~..............~..... ..................... 3, :98 I 99 1, 42 12, 015


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 A-nimal Industry during Ma~rch,
1929, w~ith figures for other periods for comparison.

Imlports olj fod animals

Country ofesport Cattle Swiane Sheep Goats

19exico ..~~~~~~~~~~~- ~ -~~~........ .~~~~..... ...................... 3?,47 .lr ...~...... 4 452 I 413
Canada. .-~~.~.~...........~~~~.~............ .~.~~.~.~........... 16I, ;05 2 341 1, 233 | 1
Channel Islands..-...~...~............................ 2b1 .......~... ....... .._. ._..
Bouth A frica .. . .. .. L
Scotland. ~-~~~~-~. ..................................~~. .................... I.......... 12 .....

1\larch, 1928~.... .................. ......~....... ..~.. 33.'2;5 2..7i57 ....
9 months ended hl arch, 1929............ 3;l1i,J 66 815 23, 22I~ 227
9 montbs ended harc~h,19L28............ 3,8.28 ? 75,442 31,3.521 187

NOTE.--Owing to delayed report of cattle imported from Channel Iilands, t he number reported in the
February SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNICEMIENTS, p. 18, should be 176 instead of bl.

Imzports of' reat and melat food produrcts


p odhucts w ne~t

Poundsli Poundsl
l7r, T5 5,3 482, 3
112' 39-. 016
98IS 2, 70)9,364
2 0,2, 05Y, 185i
190), 28
;1.893I~ 2,531,266


1, 0 3,319 11. 233, 197
b43,71S 7,.342,196i
1,2 123, 672, 153
9, 1t:,131 93, (;54, 896


I


1929]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Fresh and refrigerated Ci ar


B~eef


Country of export


d coe
Other

Pounds Pounds
403 779 31
..........395,uo !ll

b896, 455 3, r;00


1, 828, 045 9J, 3;7 33

s6a3,036 : ,051,106 I
10, 552, ;15 62fi, 35R, 563


Pounds
Argentina.. ___ __._~_~~~.~.. ... ... ... .. .. .. ...
A ust alia .... .... ... .... .... .... .... 16 124
Brazil....... _. __ ___._.__._.. .. . ) .
Canada...~.._.........~._~._~..........._.| 1 593, 713
Newf Zealand ...~..._.~. ~~.~.............. ,10,70
Paraguay............._.............~...... ............
Uruguay.~....................~......~...... I.~...~.......
Other c~ountries..~~ .....~.................. 71.3, 8l3

Total: !Llarch, 1929._.._...._......../ 2, 4:4,4;0
March, 1928................ ;:4. 306
9 months ended Alareb, 1929. 41, 991, 050
9 months ended Mnrc~h, 1928~.l 1. 31, ;83


Condemned in Mrarch, 192~9: Beef, 8841 pounds: pork, 44( pounds; total, 929 pounds. Refusedl entry:
Beef, 10,187 pounds; pork, 40j3 pounds; total, 10,39u pounds.


















Tuberculin tests Toltode
during month


Once- Ae- H
Herds Cattle Cte- tetd crd
or tested re ree ited su.
lots acte berds herds vi


134 3,78 21 5,42 97
235, 50 107 8. 2 5
455 1,867 2,89 17
693,24 1 ,0 107
32 11 14 5 933 152
8 13, 204 270i 4,23184

311 3, i54 10 3, 282, 04

1411 4,81 2 7,80 18
2,2 ,08 2 18,42 7
527, 25 18 32, 124 6
7,2386, 50 ,27138, 405, 3291 1~

3, 9335, 08 10120, 731 29, 6211

4, 4941 82, 332, 060. 99, 13 3, 001 l1

1, 8981 23, 94 136 8, 4 72
1, 24- A 66 3 9 8 9

211 3,71 2 ,9 1

293.68 2 4032 .95
1, 437 li, 26 2 13,826,3

511 7, 693 76 1 ? ,3
i,624 ;3,02 7 6,17 7 1
S3,93 7062 80 136; 9,93
22 ,2. 1 14,C035 21
968, 8,45 211 69,75; 25

1851 10,.2101 31,0051 93
3,024.3 348 67,04~1 97

;30 1, 675. 43 2, 0491 3, 551
985, 891 18 3, 6;7 2, 55
143 1.390 1,9-151 2
391 1, 912B1 1 256i, ?.30,32
1,052'L 20,255 109 4,53 ,Il

3" 5 1,545j 59( 16?16 26 i

1, 24 1.350 ~440 :0.9:0 45
10,4 90,14512,200 105,130 5,34 1


87 3, 76 53 5691 103
211 4,565 2 ,1112
99;7 7, 218 3 0 0| 15
812,21 3941 216

12, 2- 10,161 10 1,7 8



2, 0391 11, 0?90 7 20, 6621 1, 247

1, 859 12, 588 18 4.8 1, 18



I 17 3, 9, 87;21 .

53, 6 9, 65 2,IM-, 00? 189, 982 2, 5


Ark....

Colo.....
Conn....



Fla..~....

Idabo....


Ind~~.....

Iowfa.....

Kans._....
K~.~......

La.~....

Mde.......
~d.......

Mat~ss.....
Mlic~h...
M~inn...
M~iss. ....
Mlo...

M~ont...
Nebr. ....
Nev......
N.8....
N. J.....
N.Mhex..
N. Y....
N. C.....
N. Dak..
Ohio....
Okla.....

Greg.....
Pa~......
R. I......

S. c......
S. Dak.
Teno.....
Tez..~....

Utab.....

V't ..

Va.. ..
Wa~sh. .
W'. V'a...

W~is.... ..

Wy~o ~....

Total. .


38 BUREAU OF ANcM.AL INDUSTRY [Aprth


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, MARCH, 1929


Insepe oin






R. E. Jackson.....
F. L. Scchneider. ..
H. L. Fry~. .~.
R. Snyder_....~.....
WN. E. Howe......
R. L. Smith.......

E. B. Simonds.... 1
A. E. Wight..~...
J. O. Fish........ ~
A. L. Birleman...
W. A. Sullivan....
J. J. Lint ner. ......

J. E. Oibson......

J. A. Barger.-......

N. L. Townsend ..


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

G. H. Caldwfell...
E. B. Simonds....

E. A. Crossman...
T. S. Rich.~...~....

H. Robbins.......
Ralph Graham....

J. Wv. M~urdoch..
A. H. Francis.....
L. C. Butterfeld~..
E. As. Crossman...
W~. G. hAliddleton.
F. L.Schneider...
H. B3. Leonard....
W'. C. Dendinger .
H. H. Cohenour..
A J. De Fosset.~..
L. J. Allen........

S. B. Foster~.~....
J. B.Heldy.......~
E. A. Crossman~...


J. O. W'ilson......
H. MI. O'Rear.....
H. L. Darby......

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

L. H. Adams...~..

R. E. Brook banok.
J. C. Exline...... .
H. !\I. Newton~...



John T. Dallas....


State official






C. A. Cary, Auburn.
R. J. Right, Phoenix
J. H. Bur, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.
C. G. Lambh, Denver.
J MI. Whtittlesey, Bart-
ford.
O. A. Newton, Bridgeville.

J V'. RHapp~, Tallabassee.
J. hi. Button, Atlanta.
A. J. Dick man, Boise.
D. W. Ro bison, Spring-
held.
Frank H. Brown Indian-
apolis.
hI. G. Thornburg, Des
Mloines.
J. H. ercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmor lan d,
Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
H. MI. Tuckier. Augusta.
James E. George Balti-
m0fe.
E. F. Richardson, Boston.
B. J. Killham, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
R. V'. Rafnel, Jackson.
H. A9. Wilson, Jetferson
City.
W'. J Butler, Helena.
C. H. Hays, Lincoln.
Edward Records, Reno.
A9. L. Felker, C7oncord.
J H. M~cNeil. Trenton.
M~atgeenan, Albuguerque.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
WVilliam Mloore, Raleigh.
WY. F. Crewfe, Bismarek.
C. McCandlless, Columbus.
C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma
City.
W'. H. Lyvtle, Salem.
T. E.Mkunce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dience.
W'. K. Lewis, Columbia.
MI. WC. Ray, Pierre.
W'. B. Lincoln, Nasbville.
N. F. W'ill iams, Fort
Worth.
Wl. H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake City.
Edward H. Jones, Mlont-
pelier.
H. C. Givens, Richmond.
Robert Prior, Olympla.
John W'. Smith, Charles-
ton.
Wa~lter A. Duty, Masdi-
son.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.


State


eards
nder
Iper-
ision





6.24


6,83

107
8,633
18i,46 r
35, 336


68, ;89

il, 608

SI, 647
;0, 900



43.81
26, 975

3, 700
66i,329
83,986



31. 02
67, 557
1.452
5, 95
9, 152

16i,496
56, 11



51.4157
23,979


55], 737
61, 25
713

II, S

21,30

2', 181
43, 594

46,589

5I.3,92








1929]3 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMIENTS 39

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, MARCH, 1929


Total serum oun ne muoad e- m-in
com~et c learned OL"vS virus

C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
lAIrch, 1929. ~~_..~................ 84,. 130, 780 687, 971, 198 78, 68E6, 963 3, 093, 651 1,44 7
Alarb, 928.. ............... 78, 522, 603 52. 401, 788 .%, 566g, 683 2, 155, 750 18, 304. 527
'9 mont hs ended Mlarch, 1929.... 679, 2411, 404' 521, 318, 885 605, -156(, 422' 42, 163, I94> 146, 9J31. 390
9 months ended Alarch, 1928....._.I 879, 163, 475 4;3, 56;1, 502 528. 599, 618 39, 131, 086C 171.355, 820)

LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN MIARCH, 1929
License No. 34--A w~as issued Manrch 1, 1929, to the Peters Serum Co., 443
East La~s V'egas Street, Colorado Springs, Colo. (mailing address, Lobby! Livle-
stock Exchange, Kanrsas City, M~o.), for blackleg aggression; hemorrhagic-septi-
cemia aggression; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; mixed bacterin (avian);
mixed bacterin (swine); mixed bovine-abortion bacterin.
License No. 41 was issued Masrch 16, 1929, to the Kiinsley Laboratories, 400-4106
New Center Building, Fift~eenth and Troost Avenue and 1701 Wyoming Street,
Kiansas City, M~o., for abortion bacterin bovine~e; abortion bacterin (equiine);
abortion mixed bacterin (swine); abortion vaccine (bovine); anticanine-dis-
temper serum; autogenoius bacterin; canine-distemper antigen; caniine-distemper
bacterin; enteritis bacterin Isw-ine); fow~l typhoid mixed bacterin; hemorrhagie-
septicemia bacterin; hemorrhagic-sept~icemia, combined bacterin (avian);
influenza mixed bacterin (equine); keratitis mixed bacterin (b~ovine); mastitis
mixed bacterin (bovine); metritis mixed bacterin (bovine); mixedl bacterin
(avian); mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (canine); mixed bacterin
(swine'i; polyvalent mixed bacterin (equine); pyemic arthritis mixed bacterin
(equine); staphylococcus combined bacterin (canine); streptococcus b~acterin
(equine); and wh~ite-scourr mixed bacterin (bovine'l.
License No. 91 was issued Ma~rch 16, 1929, to the Gregory Laboratory, W~hite
Hall, Ill., for anti-hog-cholera sierumn and hog-cholera virusg.
License No. 1642 was issued Maruch 12, 1929, to the J. F. Dev'ine Laboratories
(Inc.), 34 V/2 St. John Street, Goshen. N. Y., for mixed bacterin (canine); and navel-
ill mixed bacterin (equine).
License No. 189 was issued MIarch 6, '1929, to the Norden Laboratories, 227
North Ninth Street., Lincoln, NLebr., for pulmnonary miixed bacterin (bovine)i and
pulmonary mixed bacterin (sw~inei.
LICENSES TERMIINATED IN MARCH, 1929
Licenses No. 41, dated June 29, 1925, October 1, 1925j, April 22, 1926, June 2,
1927, M~ay 12, 1928, and September 4, 1928, issued to Kiinsley Laboratories (Inc.),
400 New Center Building, Kiansas Cityr, Mlo., were terminated Masrch 16, 1929,
and a new license of the same number issued, as indicated above.
License No. 91, dated January 1, 1921, issued to the Gregory Farm Laboratory,
White Hall. Ill. was terminated M~arch 16, 1929, on account of change of name of
the 6irm. A new license of the samie number wa1-s issued, as indicated above.



PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS

In accordance w~ith the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, governing the inter-
st~ate movlement of livest~ocki, the bureau has granted permission for the use
of the following saponi~ed eresol solutions, in the general disinfection of cars,
yards, and other premises:
To the Chemical Compounding Corporation, 262 Huron Street, Brooklyn,
N. Y'., for the use of "L Supersan Cresol Compound."
To Miller Chemical Co., Fifteenth and California Streets, Omaha, Nebr., for
the distribution and use of "'Sherw~in WTilliams 50%r Cresol Solution," under
the name of Miller 50%1 Cresol Solution." The latter solution 18 identleal
with the former, manufactured by the Sherw~in Williamns Co., Chicago, Ill.





SUMMARY OF HOG-CHIOLERA-CONTRO, WORK,- MARCH, 1929


I


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[ABprl,


Autop-

formed



1
5
3
10

54
3
5



4

17
2
4
8
7


11


1 j


onstra-
ons


Hogs
treated





1, 470
222
228

250

466
155
28

397


Out.-
breakrs
r port-






44
1
5
10
6
32
6

17
5
22


28

2
10
6
4

14

5



244


eue -
marians

ed in
work a


Farms







d6rd









6

18

........
.


Farms
cleaned

dsin










2










32


Meet-
i gs
dressed




I


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NOTE.-N~o reports from Caillfrnia, M~ontana, Utab, and West V'irginia.



PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT

Docket~ No. ;SS?.--In re William Alurbach, M. B. Callahan, and S. E. Donald,.
trading and doing business as nblurbach, Donald & Co., dealers, Pittsburgh Ulnion
Stock Yards, Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiiry issued February 25j, 1929, alleg-
ing failure to comply w~ith bonding regulation. Under date of February 28,.
Samuel E. Donald and MI. B. Callaban acknowledged service of the order of in-
quiry, admitted the truth of the matters and things therein alleged, and waived
a hearing thereon, and on M~arch 8, William M~urbach likew-ise acknowledged serv-
ice of said order of inquiry, admitted the truth of the matters and things therein
alleged, and wanived a hearing thereon. On April 9, 1929, respondents woere or-
dered to cease and desist from doing business as dealers without executing and
maintaining a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of
their obligations incurred as such dealers.



RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Fines and penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violattions of regula-
tory- laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Livestock Quarantine Law

The follow~ing-nazmed men have been fined $100 each for driving cattle or caus-
ing themn to be driven interstate without inspection, dipping, or certification:
J. R. Broclk, Quitman, M\Iiss.; James B. Burford, Isney, Ala.; and Robert Land,.
M~elvin, Ala.
Twenty-eight-Hour Law

Mlissouri, Kiansas & Texas Railwray Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties.
Union Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.








~1929]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU

(The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending public~ations to individual employees, but sends copies to
afoneers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded ase notification copies.
So far as possible additional enples will be furnished on request.]
Technical Bulletin No. 103. The Persistence of Differentiation Among Inbred
Families of Guinea Pigs. By Sew~all Wright and O. N. Eaton, Animal Hus-
bandry Division. Pp. 46, figs. 25.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 803. Horse-Breeding Suggestions for Farmers. Re-
vised by J. O. W~illiams and S. R. Speelman, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp.
18, figs. 9.
Miscellaneous Circular No. 57 reviseded. The Tattoo Method of Mfarking
Hogs and Its Use. By F. E. M~urray, Tubereulosis Eradication Division. Pp.
12, figs. 7.
Experimental Studies of Bovine Leukemia. By Gilbert T. Creech and Hubert
Bunyea, Pathological Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 38,
No. 7, April 1, 1929. Key No. A-127i. Pp. 39.5 to 404, figs. 8.
The Reliability of the Tuberculin Test. By Dr. John R. M~ohler, Chief,
Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 3 (mimeographed).
Foot-a.nd-Mouth-Disease Barriers. By Dr. John R. Mlohler, Chief, Bureaul
of Animal Industry. Pp. 3 (mimeographed).


ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief: JoaN R. M~OHLER.
Associate Chief: U. G. HOUCK.
Assistant Chief':A.L W. M'ILLER.
Admiinistrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. COBRAN.
Editor: D. S. BURCH.
Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. fSHEETS, chief.
Biochemiic Division: Mi. DORSET, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Division of Vliru~s-Serumr Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, Chlief.
Field Inspection Division: G. W~. POPE, chief.
Meal Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM,, chief.
Packers crand Stockyards Div'isionl: A. W. MIILLER, chief.
Pathological Division: JOHN S. BU~CKLEY, chief.
Tick Eradication Division:: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGrHT, chief.
Xoological Divi~sion: M~AURICE C. HALL, chief.
Exper~imentl Station: W. E. CoTToN, superintendent.
O~tfice of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
Ofice of Personnrel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, iD charge.








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S. R. A.-B. A. I. 264 May, 1929 United States Departm . t of Agricultar r . APRIL, 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 the services of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conduct e d, public officers whose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official in charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of bis force. A file should be kept at each station for ref e rence.] CONTENTS Changes in directory ......•........••....••.•.•.••...••....•••.•••••••.••••.••••.•.••••.•••••..•••• Notice regarding meat inspection: Shipment of unmarked meat in cars bearing Government seals .........................•....... Animals ~laughtered under Federal meat inspection, March, 1929 .............................•.... Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, March, 1929 .....•••..... Causes of condemnation of carcasses, February, 1929 ............................................... . Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products ................................. -.... . Summary of tuberculosis•eradication work in cooperation with States, March, 1929 ........• _ •... .._ .. Anti•hog•cholera serum and hog•cholera virus produced under licenses, March, 1929 ....•.......... Licenses issued for biological products in March, 1929 ..........................•.•.......•.... Licenses terminated for March, 1929 ......•..............•..........•....•.•... ,. .• ~.•• Permitted disinfectants ..•.......................................•......•.•....•.....•.••..• .... . Summary of hog•cholera•control work, March, 1929 ................................................ . Proceedings under the packers and stockyards act ............................... -Results of prosecutions for violations of laws .........•.........•...•.••. .' ......•...... -.:.: ......•.. New publications of the bureau ........................... ,-....•.••.•. ~--,:. ~--: •....... Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry ...•...•.••..... , •..••.•. !': .....•. : .... ; _...-: ...... . CHANGES IN DI~ECTORY 11-Meat Inspection Granted Page 35 36 36 37 37 37 38 39 39 39 39 40 40 10 4 38. Santa Maria Packing Corporation, 177<;}-1781 North Main Street, Los Angeles, Calif. , and Mama's Ravioli Co. 189. The Kennel Food Supply Co., Bronson Avenne, P. 0. box 278, Fairfield, Conn. Meat Inspection Withdrawn 12-K. Kingan & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 429. The Glidden Nut Butter Co., Chicago, Ill. 679. Julius Sostmann & Sons (Inc.), Philadelphia, Pa. Meat Inspection Extended 14. Hellman Products Co. (Inc.), Binghamton, N. Y., to include R. D. Dorsey. Change in Name of Official Establishment 168. The C. F. Sauer Co., 438 South Main Street, Greenville, S. C., and Dukes Products Co., instead of previous name. 402. Glidden Food Products Co . , 3702 Iron Street, Chicago, Ill., and Troco Co. of Ill. instead of Troco Nut Butter Co. Change in Address of Official Establishme~t 320 . .Baltimore Butterine Co., 20-28 Willard Street, and 47-53 Catherine Street, Baltimore Md.; mail, 55-59 Catherine Street, instead of previous address. 50321-29 35

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36 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [April, New Substation Fairfield, Conn., meat inspection, substation of Bridgeport, Conn. Change in Address of Official in Charge Dr. J. S. Healy, 330-332, Federal Building, Madison, Wis., instead of 110 East Washington A venue. Change of Official in Charge John Mc Williams succeeds J. A. O'Brien (deceased), at Vicksburg, Miss. Note Navy work at Bremerton, Wash., will be under the supervision of the Seattle Wash., station; the work at New London, Conn., will be under the New York N. Y., station; and the work at Norfolk, Va., will be under J. M. Harris, effective May 1, 1929. NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION SHIPMENT OF UNMARKED MEAT IN CARS BEARING GOVERNMENT SEALS Referring to 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 cars into the establishments: Chicago, Ill.: 543. G. Hollenbach. 804. Delizia S ausage Manufacturing Co. Cincinnati, Ohio : 298. Gust. Juengling & Son. Co. 5 . Stegner Products Co. Fairfield, Conn.: 189. The K ennel Food Supply Co. Jamaica, N. Y.: 464. Merkel (Inc.). Lancaster, Pa.: 270. Sprenger Food Co. (Inc.). Secaucus, N. J.; 641. Charles Haag Abbatoir. ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN MARCH, 1929, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION IN DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swine Baltimore ___________________________________ 5,806 1,203 67 ----------67,537 Buffalo ______________________________________ 6 ,921 3,278 6,636 ----------62,395 Chicago _____________________________________ 121,917 67,822 186,289 1 492,604 CincinnatL __________________________________ 10,913 7,242 2,776 8 83,155 Cleveland ___________________________________ 6,767 5,696 8,576 3 71,202 Denver ______________________________________ 7,914 2,168 15,698 -----------42,158 Detroit ______________________________________ 6,235 6,460 5,188 2 84,509 Fort Worth ____________________________ . ____ 16, 763 11,443 15,640 534 58,260 Indianapolis __________________ ._. _______ -----13,251 5,275 1, 777 ----------70,264 Kansas City _________________________________ 68,678 16,658 111,730 17 211,331 Milwaukee __________________________________ 11,286 54,150 1,607 ----------92,494 National Stock Yards _______________________ 21,192 9,355 9,657 ----------78,590 New York ___________________________________ 30,401 57,160 154,234 45 107,005 Omaha ______________________________________ 68,205 7,458 151,543 11 174,186 Philadelphia. _____________________________ ._ 4,460 6,701 10,859 _ __ .. ______ 73,022 St. Louis ___________________________________ . 9,480 6,572 2,560 ----------114,490 Sioux City __________________________________ 33,478 3,085 42,815 ----------143,769 South St. Joseph_---------------------------25,192 6,265 118,590 ----------68,295 South St. PauL _____________________________ 41,899 61,557 14,949 9 209,558 Wichita _____________________________________ 5,274 1,983 13,914 7 61,601 All other establishments _____________________ 115,746 67,265 131,200 423 1,278,876 Total: Marcb, 1929 ____________________ 631,778 408, 796 1,006,305 1,060 3,645,301 March, 1928 ____________________ 664,948 407,200 1,015,861 1,386 5,139,754 9 months ended March, 1929 ___ 6,309,367 3,295,054 10,340,293 14,819 35,848,805 9 months ended March, 1928 ___ 6,988,133 3,464,485 9,941,221 16, 155 36,938,662 Horses slaughtered at all establishments, March, 1929, 5,867. Horses slaughtered at all establishments, March, 1928, 9,051. Inspections of lard at all establishments, 148,161,371 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 33,114,362 inspection pounds; sausage, 58,138,025 inspection pounds. Corresponding inspections for March, 1928: Lard, 205,006,117 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 55,946,211 inspection pounds; sausage, 57,657,985 inspection pounds. (These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)

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1929) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 37 EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MARKETS, MARCH. 1929 Retained for tuberculosis Station Total slaughter Passed Con-Tota l f or demned cooking Cattle: Chicago ___________________________________________________ _ 121, 917 6,363 218 952 Kansas CitY------------~----------------------------------6 ,6i8 359 12 41 Omaha ____________________________________________________ _ 68,205 603 32 59 Swine: Chicago ___________________________________________________ _ 492,604 65,36i 842 671 Kansas City ______________________________________________ _ 211,331 9,925 96 94 Omaha ____________________________________________________ _ 174,186 1 9,900 175 168 CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, FEBRUARY, 1929 Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine ' Emaciation___________________________________ _________________ 354 1 4 300 135 Hog cholera__________________________________________________________________________________ 1,122 Inflamm atory diseases.________________________________________ 8591 1 4 598 2, 491 ~:e~~~~tls=================================================== ----1:s5s-2:~ ========== -----4:149 All other causes________________________________________________ i27 160 526 4, 118 Total____________________________________________________ 3, 798 I 799 1, 424 I 12, 015 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS The statements following show the imports of food anim:11s and o f meat and meat food products inspected b the Bureau of Animal Indu try during March, 1929, with figures for other periods for comparison. Imports oj food animals Country of export Cattle Sheep Goats Mexico___________________________________________________________ 32,470 __________ 4,452 43 Canada._________________________________________________________ 16, 705 234 1, 233 1 Channel Islands.________________________________________________ 281 ___________________________ _ South Africa___________________________________________________________________________________ 1 Scotland_________________________________________________________ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 121 Total: March, 1929 ________________________________________ _ March, 1928 ____ _ __________________________________ _ _ 9 months ended March, 1929 _______________________ _ 9 months ended March, 1928 _______________________ _ 49,456 33,275 371,669 37,284 234 2,627 2,815 7,442 5,806 5,587 23,212 31,352 45 227 157 NOTE.-Owing to delayed report of cattle imported from Channel Islands , the number reported in the February SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS, p. 18, should be 176 in stead of 91. Imports of meat and meat food products Fresh and refrigerated Cured and Other Total Country of export Beef Other canned products weight Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Argent ina _________________________________ ------------------------5,260,318 136, .544 5,390,862 Austr a l ia __________________________________ 16,124 403,779 ------------7,533 427,436 Bra~il _____________________________________ -----------------------395,904 112 396,016 Canada ___________________________________ 593, 713 527,811 99,662 598, 178 2,709,364 New Zealand ______________________________ l, 130, 790 896,455 3,600 27,340 2,058,185 Paraguay _________________________________ -----------------------1 90,728 ------------190,728 Uruguay __________________________________ ------------------------2,459,371 71. 95 2, 531, 266 Other countries ___________________________ 713,843 ------------77, 7 0 231, 717 1,023,340 Total: March, 1929 __________________ 2,454,470 1, 828, 0451 9, 377, 363 1,073,319 14, 733, 197 March, 1928 __________________ 774,306 673,036 5 ,051,106 843, 748 7 ,342,196 9 months ended March, 1929_ 41,991,650 10, 552, 715 62, 356, ~63 8,771,225 123, 5~2, 153 9 months ended March, 1928_ 31,872,683 11, 63 , 364 40, 977, 1 l 9, 196, 131 93,684,896 Condemned in March, 1929: Beef, 884 pounds; pork, 44 pounds; total, 92 pounds. Refused entry: Baer , 10,1 8 7 pounds ; pork, 403 pounds; total, 10,590 pounds.

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38 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [April, SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION WITH STATES, MARCH, 1929 State Tuberculin tests during month Total to date OnceHerds Cattle Cattle tested or d re-f lots teS t e acted ree herds Ac credited herds Herds under super visio n Inspector in charge State official ____ , ___ -------------1----1--------1-------~--Ala _____ _ Ariz _____ _ Ark _____ _ Calif__ __ _ Colo ____ _ Conn ___ _ ' DeL ____ _ D. c ____ _ Fla _____ _ Ga ______ _ Idaho ___ _ Il) _ ______ _ 134 253 455 69 32 845 311 1 141 2,529 352 7,263 3,780 5,5PO 1,867 3,424 811 13, 204 3,654 188 4,854 8,908 7,259 86,500 Ind ______ 3,953 35,078 2 107 0 11 14 270 105 0 26 27 18 3,217 160 Iowa_____ 4, 494 82, 033 2, 060 Kans_____ 1,898 23,949 Ky _______ 1,244 8,676 La ______ _ 211 3, 712 Me______ 259 3,668 Md ______ 1,437 15,266 Mass ____ _ Mich ____ _ Minn ___ _ Miss ____ _ Mo _____ _ Mont_ __ _ Nebr_ ___ _ Nev _____ _ N. H ____ _ N. J_ ____ _ N. Mex__ N.Y ____ _ N. C ____ _ N. Dale_ Ohio ____ _ Okla ___ _ _ 511 7,624 3,935 223 968 185 3,092 83 730 598 145 3,925 91 1,082 4,955 37 7,693 73,020 70,829 2, 2 9 8,450 10,210 48.363 2,635 10,675 5,801 1,390 54,912 1,912 20,255 44,999 1,545 Oreg _____ 1,244 11,350 Pa _______ 10,248 90,145 R. L ___ . _ 43 993 s. c _____ _ S. Dak __ _ Tenn ____ _ Tex _____ _ 870 3, i69 214 4,565 9 7 7, 218 81 2, 213 utah _____ 2,243 10, 164 vt_ _____ _ 736 12,875 Va _______ 2,039 11,090 Wash____ 1, 776 19, 307 W. Va____ 1, 8,59 12, 5 8 136 34 29 26 244 756 472 890 10 21 17 348 18 439 1 6 8 3, 46~ 1 1091 i90 5 441 2, 2ogl I ;~i 4 103 229 i7 470 l 2 5,452 8,220 2,893 5,920 953 4,263 3,288 99 7,800 18,429 32, 124 138,460 297 45 17 107 152 1,824 2,094 8 188 27 56 5,329 120, 773 29, 682 99 , 138 80,425 69,687 7,497 3,001 772 59 i:40, 632 2, 995 13, 8 2 6, 73'.:! 1,774 163,167 74,367 14,638 69,757 1,302 70 9,393 21 225 31,005 9~ 67,044 97 1, 1711 11 2,049 3,551 3,674 2,595 1, 945 1 22 37, 102 1 66, 272 256,530 382 48, 953 5, 111 167, 234 574 116 265 50,970 105,130 1 82 55,569 8,510 60,900 394 10,724 5,160 20, 662 1 40,585 44,785 465 5,349 83 103 1,278 1 88 216 98 6,411 1,247 72 1,184 8,090 R. E. Jackson ____ _ , 298 F. L. Schneider_ __ 8,837 H. L. Fry ________ _ 6, 2 4 R. Snyder_ _______ _ 1,390 W. E. Howe _____ _ 6,8831 R. L. Smith ______ _ 6,094 107 8,633 18.476 35,336 154,941 E. B. Simonds ___ _ A. E. Wight_ ____ _ J. G. Fish ________ _ A. L. Hirleman __ _ W. A. Sullivan ___ _ J . J. Lintner_ ____ _ 168,789 J.E. Gibson _____ _ 1 61,608 J . A. Barger__ ____ _ 81,647 N. L. Townsend __ 70,900 W. F. Biles ______ _ 7,836 G. T. Cole _______ _ 43,817 G. H. Caldwell___ 26,975 E. B. Simonds ___ _ 3,709 166,329 8 .5, 986 14,659 73, 410 3 1,502 67,557 1,482 5,925 9,152 2, 02,5 116,496 257, 311 59,958 173,398 407 E . .A. C rossman __ _ T. ". Rich _______ _ W. J. Fretz ______ _ H. Robbins ______ _ Ralph Graham ___ _ J . W . Murdoch __ _ A.H. Francis ____ _ L. C. Butterfield __ E. A. Crossman __ _ W. G. M iddleton_ F. L. chneider_ __ H.B. Leonard ___ _ W. C. Dendinger _ H. H. Cohenour __ A. J. De Fosset_ __ L . J. Allen _______ _ 51,457 S. B. Foster ______ _ 123,979 J.B. Reidy ______ _ 394 E. A. Crossman __ _ 55,737 W. K. Lewis _____ _ 10,165 J . 0. Wilson _____ _ 61, 225 H. M. O'Rear_ ___ _ 713 H . L. Darby _____ _ 11,54 8 F. E. Murray ____ _ 21,630 L. H. Adams _____ _ 22,181 R. E. Brookbank_ 43,594 J.C. Exline ______ _ 46,589 H . _ i. Newton ___ _ C. A. Cary, Auburn. R. J. Hight, Phoenn. J. H. Bux, Little Rock J. P. I,erson, acramento. C. G. Lamb, Denver. J. l\I. Whittlesey, Hartford. 0. A. Newton, Bridgeville. J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. J. M. Sutton, Atlanta. A. J. Dickman, noise. D. W. Robison, Spring field. Frank H. Brown Indianapolis. M. G. Thornburg, Des Moines. J. H. Mercer, Topeka. D. E. Westmorland, Frankfort. E. P. Flower, B aton Rouge. H. M. Tucker, Augusta. James E. George Baltimore. E. F. Richardson, Boston. B. J. Killham, Lansing. C. E. Cotton, St. Paul. R. V. Rafnel, Jackson. H. A. Wilson, Jefferson City. W. J. Butler, Helena. C. H. Hays, Lincoln. Edward Records, Reno. A. L. Felker, Concord. J. H. McNeil, Trenton. Mat Keenan, Albuquerque. E.T. Faulder, Albany. William Moore, Raleigh. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck. C. McCandless, Columbus. C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma City. W. H. L ytle, Salem. T . E. Munce, Harrisburg. T. E. Robinson, Provi-dence. W. K. Lewis, Columbia. M. W . Ray, Pierre. W. B. Lincoln, Nashville. . F. Williams, Fort Worth. W. H. Hendricks, Salt Lake City. Edward H. Jones, Mont-pelier. H. C. Givens, Richmond. Robert Prior, Olympia. John W. mith, Charleston. Wis ______ 7,247131,801 5221 140,100 9.897 153,922 J. S. Healy ________ Walter A. Duffy, Iadi-1 son. Wyo ____ 14 176 31 9, 72 5 11,224 John T. Dalla,5 ____ H. D. Port, Cheyenne. Total __ 83, 666 995, 653 ; 17, 9311 ;:-154, OOil 169, 982 2, 508, 605

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 39 ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCE D UNDER LICENSES, MARCH, . 1929 Total serum Clear serum Hyperim-Simultane-Hyperim-completed mnne blood ons virus mumzing clearad virus C. c. C. c. C. C. C . C. C. C. !-.fa rch, 1929. ______________________ 84,130,780 67,971,498 78,686,963 3,093,651 18,464 , 776 March, 1928 _______________________ 78,522,603 52,401 ,788 58,566,633 2,155,750 18,304,527 '9 months ended March, 1929 _______ 679,241,408 521,318,8 8 5 605,456,422 42, 163, 84'..) 146,931,390 9 months ended March, 1928 _______ 879,1 63,475 473, 561,502 528,599,646 39,131,086 171,355 ,820 LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN MARCH, 1929 License No. 34-A was issued March 1, 1929, to the Peters Serum Co., 443 East Las Vegas Street, Colorado Springs, Colo . (mailing addres s, Lobby Li ve stock Exchange, Kansas City, Mo.), for blackleg aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; mixed bacterin (avian); mixed bacterin (sw ine); mixed bovine-abortion bacterin. License No. 41 was issued March 16, 1929, to the Kinsley Laboratories, 400 406 New Center Building, Fifteenth and Troost Avenue and 1701 Wyoming Street, Kansas City, Mo., for abortion bacterin (bovine); abortion bacterin (equine); abortion mixed bacterin (swine); abortion vaccine (bovine); anticanine-distemper serum; autogenous bacterin; canine-distemper antigen; canine-distemper bacterin; enteritis bacterin ( swin('); fowl typhoid mixed bacterin; hemorrhagicsepticemia bacterin; hemorrhagic-septicemia combined bacterin (avian); influenza mixed bacterin (equine) ; keratitis mixed bacterin (bovine); mastitis mixed bacterin (bovine); metriti s mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (avian); mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (canine) ; mixed bacterin (swine); polyvalent mixed bacterin (equine); pyernic arthritis mixed bacterfo (equine); staphvl ococcus combined bacterin (canine); streptococcus b acterin (equine); and white -scour mixed bacterin (bovine) . Li cense No. 91 was issued March 1 6, 1929, to the Gregory Laboratory, White Hall, Ill., for anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus. License No. 1 64 was issued March 12, 1 929, to the J. F. De Vine Laboratories ( I nc.), 34 St. John Street, Go s hen. N. Y., for mixed bacterin (canine); and navelill mixed bacterin (equine). License No. 1 89 was issued March 6, 1929, to the Norden Laboratories, 227 North Ninth Street, Lincoln, Nebr., for pulmonary mixed bacterin (bovine) and pulmonary mixed b acterin (swine) . LICENSES TERMINATED IN MARCH, 1929 Licen se s No. 41, dated June 29, 1925, October 1, 1 925, April 22, 1926, June 2, 1927 , May 12, 1928, and September 4, 192 8, issued to Kinsley Laboratories (Inc.), 400 New Center Building, Kansas City, Mo., were terminated March 16 , 1929 , and a new license of the same number i s ued, as indicated above. Lice nse No. 91, dated January 1 , 1921, issued to the Gregory Farm Laboratory, White Halli Ill. was terminated March 16, 1 929, on account of change of name of' the firm. A new licen se of t he same number was issued, as indicated above. PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, governing the interstate movement of livestock, the bureau has granted permission for the use of the following saponi:fied cre sol solutions, in the general di'sinfection of cars, yards, and other premises: To the Chemical Compounding Corporntion, 262 Huro n Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., for the use of" Supersan Cresol Compound." To Miller Chemical Co., Fifteenth and California Streets, Omaha, Nebr., forthe distribution and use of "Sherwin Williams 50% Cresol Solution," under. the name of "Miller 50 % Cresol S olu t ion." The latter solution is identical with the former, manufactured by the Sherwin Williams Co., Chicago, Ill.

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I 40 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [April SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, MARCH, 1929 Ctate Alabama ___________________ _ Arkansas _____ _____________ _ Colorado ___________________ _ Florida _____________________ _ Georgia _____________________ _ Idaho ______________________ _ Illinois _____________________ _ Indiana ____________________ _ Iowa _______________________ _ Kansas _____________________ _ Ken_t~cky __________________ _ Lows1ana ___________________ _ Maryland __________________ _ Michigan ___________________ _ Mississippi_ ________________ _ Missouri__ __________________ _ Nebraska ___________________ _ North Carolina _____________ _ Ohio _______________________ _ Oklahoma __________________ _ South Carolina _____________ _ outh Dakota ______________ _ Tennessee __________________ _ Texas _______________________ _ Virginia ____________________ _ Bureau veteri narians engag ed in work 1 DemonstraOuttions F F b k l\1eet-Prem-Autoparms arms rea s ings ises in-------1 sies quarcleaned report-antin-and ed to advesti-pered or disin-bureau dressed gated Num-Hogs I formed carded fect ed veteriber treated narians 1 I 8 82 I=--------' 1 _______________________ _ :: is I r :~ ====ii;= =i~;i=I J ======== ======== 41 1. 3 50 4 222 I________________________ 10 1 4 128 4 228 9 6 2 6 3 2 160 ---------------54 18 22 32 2 1 94 1 250 3 ---------------6 2 3 31 ---------------5 ---------------J.:'! 1 --------192 ----------------5 -----------------------2 1 253 9 466 20 2 17 1 11 5 155 4 ----------------5 2 2 186 1 28 17 10 --------22 2 37 ---------------2 ----------------7 l. 03 155 47 397 4 ----------------5 1 90 ---------------8 ---------------28 , 5 6 32 ----------------I ------------------------l 120 3 26 4 10 6 2 1 40 1 85 4 10 2 124 2 72 4 6 -________ I 6 1 2 27 277 2 ----------------4 1 9 ---------------------------------------------1 146 7 167 11 16 --------14 1 8 ----------------------------------------------1 9 11 1 15 9 ----------------5 Washington _________________ } Oregon _____________________ _ LS 1 54 1 5 1 2 --------2 w isconsin __________________ _ 3 1 117 TotaL________________ 35. 58 44 2,289 226 3,980 1 Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to hog-cholera work. _ roTE.-No reports from California, Montana, Utah, and West Virginia. 1 ------------------------193 68 32 244 PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT Docket No. 282.-In re William l\Iurbach, M. B. Callahan, and S. E. Donald, trading and doing business as Murbach, Donald & Co., dealers, Pittsburgh Union Stock Yards, Pittsburgh, Pa. Notice of inquiry issued February 25, 1929, alleging failure to comply with bonding regulation. Under date of February 28, Samuel E. Donald and M. B. Callahan acknowledged service of the order of inquiry, admitted the truth of the mutters and things therein alleged, and waived a hearing thereon, and on March 8, William l\lurbach likewise acknowledged service of said order of inquiry, admitted the truth of the matters and things therein alleged, and waived a hearing thereon. On April 9, 1929, respondents were ordered to cease and desist from doing business as dealers without executing and maintaining a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of their obligations incurred as such dealers. RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS Fines and penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: Livestock Quarantine Law The following-named men have been fined $100 each for driving cattle or causing them to be driven interstate without inspection, dipping, or certification: J. R. Brock, Quitman, Miss.; James B. Burford, Isney, Ala.; and Robert Land, Melvin, Ala . Twenty-eight-Hour Law Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Union Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.

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1.929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 41 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 a n d offices. These publications shoul d be rega rded as notification copies. So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.] Technical Bulletin No. 103. The Persistence of Differentiation Among Inbred Familie s of Guinea Pigs. By Sewall Wright and 0. N. Eaton, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 46, figs. 25. Farmers' Bulletin No. 803. Horse-Breeding Suggestions for Farmers. Revised by J. 0. Williams and S. R. Speelman1 Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 18, figs. 9. Miscellaneous Circular No. 57 (revised). The Tattoo Method of Marking Hogs and Its Use. B y F. E. Murray, Tuberculosis Eradication Division. Pp. 12, figs. 7. E xperimental Studies of Bovine Leukemia. B y Gilbert T. Creech and Hubert Bunyea, Pathologic a l Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 38, No. 7, April 1 , 1929. Key No. A-127. Pp. 395 to 404, figs. 8 . The Reliability of the Tuberculin Test. By Dr. John R. Mohler, Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 3 (mimeographed). Foot-and-Mouth-Disease Barriers. By Dr. John R. Mohler, Chief, Bureau of Animal Ind us try. Pp. 3 (mimeographed). ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER. Associate Chief: U. G. HoucK. Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER. Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL. Chief Clerk: J. R. CoHRAN. Editor: D. S. BuRcH. Animal H usbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief. Bio c h emic Division: M. DoRSET, chief. Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. Field Inspection D ivision: G. W. PoPE, chief. Meat I nspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief. Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, chief. Pathological D ivision: JOHN S. BucKLEY, chief . Tick E radication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief. Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief. '7,oological Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief. Experiment Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent. Office of Accounts: GEORGE F. TucKER, in charge. Office of Personnel: GEORGE H. RussELL, in charge. ADDITION AL COPIES OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCURED FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON, D. C. AT 5 CENTS PER CvP\' V 1

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