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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

OCTOBER, 1930


IThis publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,
concerning the wforki of the Bulreau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is haurted to persons in the
service of the bureau, establishments at which tbe Federal meat inspection is conducted, public oficers
whose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.
Others desiring enpies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
Of~ee, 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 his force. A file should be k~ept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS
Pager
Changes in directory~-.~.. .~-..~~ -~........... .. -.. .~-... ................. ~.. .... ............... 85
Notice regarding meat inspection....... ...~...~......~~.......~~-.~~...........~~.~~.-..........~..... 86
Animal casings of foreign origin..~..~.~~......~....~.. ..~.......................~~.~-~-......... 86
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, September, 1930.._.-~~......~~.~~.~........... 87
Exrtent of tuberculosis m animals slaughtered at three important markets, September, 1930...~...... 87
Cause of condemnation of carcasses, August, 1930......................... 88
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, September, 1930...~.~~~........._.....8
Summary of tubereulosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, September, 1930. .~.~..~..... 89
Summary of bog-cholera-control work, September, 1930.._--..-..-.....~...~...~................ 90
Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, September, 1930..~~.~...... 90
Licenses issued for biological products, September, 1930)..~._..~~....~..._....~~._................... S
Lic nse t rmi ate ept m b r, 930 .. ... .. ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .. ... 9
Foreign countries declared free from foot-and-mouth disease and rinderpest.__..~.....-..-...-........ D
Permitted disinfec tant........... ..~.~..................................... 01
Proceedings under packers and stockyards ac~t...~..~~~........~.......................~......-...... 9- 1
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws.... .-.......... ~-~....-.- ~~.......... .~.~............. 92
New publications of the bureau..~.-.~........-~................................... ~.~............~ 92


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inepection Granted

I 30. The Ray Provision Co., 10 Wholesale Row, Center Rlarkiet, W'ashington,.
D. C.
t 1003. Brighton Dressed M~eat Co., 39-41 Commercial Street, Boston, 15lass.
M~eatInspection Withdrawn

38. Santa Miaria Packing Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif.
80. Rohe & Bros., New Y'ork, N. Y.
138. Sausage Specialties (Inc.), New~ark, N. J.

t No sealed cars.
22082-30 8.5







86 BUREAU OF ANIlkAL INDUSTRY [Octobar,

220. Woolner Packing Co., Chicago, Ill.
329. Kent Bros. Corporation, Boston, Mass.
513. Delaware Packing Co. (Inc.), South Kortright, N. Y'.
From subsidiary: The F. C. Stedman Co., under establishment 116, The
Stedman Co., Athens, Ohio.
Change in Name of Otmcial EFstabusehment
787. The Filbert & Kublemann Co., 2961 Frederick Avenue, Baltimore, Md.,
instead of The Filbert-Kuhlemann Co.
988. Union Butchers (Inc.), 242 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y'., instead of
Hudson Packing Co.
Mail Address of Osicial Establishment
The mail address of establishment 419-G, The Great Atlantic & Pacific
Tea Co., Harris and Weston Avenues, Cranston, R. I., is P. O. box 208,
Olneyville Station, Providence, R. I.
Change in Address of Oscial in Charge
Dr. G. H. Woolfolk, Phillips Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn., instead of P. O.
box 505.
Change of O~icials in Charge
Dr. H. B. Raffensperger succeeds Dr. E. M. Nighbert as inspector in charge
of swine-parasite investigations at Moultr~ie, Ga.
Everett E. Wrehr succeeds Dr. H. B. Raffensperger as inspector in charge of
horse-parasite and poultry-parasite investigations at Miles City, Mont.
Dr. Rudolph Snyder succeeds Dr. W. E. Howe as inspector in charge of scabies
and tuberculosis eradication, hog-cholera control and public-stockyards inspee-
tion at Denver, Colo.
Dr. W. E. Howe succeeds Dr. Rudolph Snyder as inspector in charge of scabies
and tuberculosis eradication, interstate inspection of cattle and horses, and hog-
cholera control at Sacramento, Calif.
Charles WT. Curtice succeeds Dr. Cooper Curtice (retired) as inspector in charge
of investigations concerning roundworms in sheep at McNeill, Miss.
Stations Discontinued
South Kortright, N. Y'., meat inspection. (Remove Doctor Kay.)
Omahal, Nebr., pathological laboratory. (Remove Doctor Morse.)
Corrections
Under establishment 27, N~orth Packing & Provision Co., Boston, Mass., the
address of J. P. Squire & Co. is 165 Gore Street, East Cambridge, Mass., instead
of Cambridge.
Establishment 728, Stabl-Meyer (Inc.), is located at Wyckoff and Cooper
Avenues, mail 1125 WTyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.


NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN

Certificate required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,
which bear the offcial title of the high official of the foreign country as specified
below, w~ill be acceptable with animal casings offered for importation into the
United States.
The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the national
government having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign country
in which the casings originated, but owving to the fact that the high officials are
changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Official title Foreign country
Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries- ....... ....... -- -Great Britain
The notice in Service and Regulatory Announcements of December, 1927, is
hereby revoked.










































760, 372 374, 388 1, 591. 292 2, 069 2, 772, 666
752, 815 365, 084 1, 316, 926 4, 139 3, 103, 758
6, 037, 797 3, 435, 706 12, 237, 493 7, 386 32, 103, 684
6, 095, 655 3, 385, 933 10, 407, 898 18, 849 35, 005, 968


r The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and
"All1 theirr stations" and are combined here to show total in the Gueater New York district.
Horses slaughtered in September, 1930, 12,617; horses slaughtered in September, 1920, 13,501; 8 months
snded September, 1930, 88,823; 8 months ended September, 1929, 86,822.
Inspections oflaerd at all establishments, 101,2:5,215 inspection pounds, com pound and ot her substitutes,
43,0413,333 inspection pounds; sausage, 62,3;9,252 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 12.891,182 inspection
pounds. Correspondmg inspections for September, 1929: Lard, 126,514,888 inspection pounds; compound
and other substitutes, 45,385,2,59 inspection pounds; sausage, 69,135,266 inspection pounds; oleomargarine,
14,076,649r inspection pounds.
(These tot als of inspect ion pounds do not represent actual product ion, as thbe same product may have been
inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)



EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANrIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, SEPTEMBER, 1930


Retained for tuberculosis

Station l r
Total PasNo ondemned


Cat tle including cal ves:
Chicago.....~..~.............................~ 144,973 2,983 95 395
Kansas City.~..........._ ~............~........~.... 79, 623 16; r 30
Omaba............................ ......... .... ;cJ, 258 489 25 56
Swine:
Chicag~o........~.......... ...... ..~... ...... .. 3,7 40,34 73 05 721
Kansas Cit;. ............... ................... .... 14Y, 290 7, 618 94 78
Omaba........................................ 113,470 10,915 105 102


1930]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Sbleep and


3, 651
6, 603
307,648
14, 0u2
12, 393
22, 871
10, 051
18, 396
6, 425
148, 110
9, 101
27, 823
274, 385
200, 320
20, 009
6, 600
65, 538
103, 023
88, 917
3, 152
242, 265


Calves


1, 338
1, 716
37,136
6, 362
5, 986
1, 501
4, 799
33, 914
2, 965
24, 919
29, 478
10, 11
51, 309
5, 288
7, 175
7, 156
2, 264
7, 216
39, 060
2, 198
80, 188


Station


Cattle


8, 708
7, 960
144,973
15, 855
6i, 532
7, 406

28, 453
13, 638
;8, 623
12, 715
34, 222
31, 387
79, 258
5, 815
13, 0&i
32, 741
26, 717


149, 341


Goats




1
1



1, 425
21
. .
107

3




2
508


Swine


52, 7871
63, 449
437,777
64, 083
44, 004
16, 027
63, 757
17, 472
61, 157
149, 290
96, 198
78, 926
60, 556
113, 470
66, 381
941,813
64, 360
62, 523
164, 867
33, 142
966, 727


Buffalo.......................~ ~.~~..........
Chicago.. ..............._........._...__...
Cincinnati.................... ~~~.~.~........
Cleveland .--.....-~--...~..~.~.............

Detroit.~-.~...~.-.~-......~...............
Fort W~orth_.___.~.~~~~._._.~~~..............
Indianapolis~.~ _~...... .... .... ..... .... ...
Kansas City.................................
4I llw aukee. _............... ................
National Stock Yards..........~ ~~.~........
New York~~~.__~__._~-~.~-.~.~...............
Omaha.-..-. ....... -... ... ............
Philadelphia~__-..... ~~....................

Sioux City...................................
South St. Joseph............................

W'ichita._.--..-~~~-..~~~.................
All other stations.~...--...... -~..........

Total:
September, 1930...................
September, 1929.~..................
0 months ended September, 1930.......
9 months ended September, 1929.......

New Y'ork, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and
N ew ark '. .. .


38, 767


62, 210


331, 674 ........


167,7:23


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
SEPTEMBER, 1930









BUREAU OF ANI1VAL INDUSTRY


[October,


CAUSE OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, AU.GUST. 1930


Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine


E mac iation -. ........._............................. .. 593 42? 3Y1 31
Bog cholera. ..... ...........~._....... ........ ....~...~.....l.............~. .......I......2,5
Inflammatory diseases~~....... .~...~................... 708n 115 799 1, 973
Im ma turity._ ........................~........~... ........110
Tubereulosis~._~....~.~................~..............~. 1, 686 37 1...~.........I 3, 260
Otber causes....... ................... ................. 929 147 62h3 3,043a

Total...._~.........-........................ 3,916 446 1,8S13 10,7i63


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MIEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS, SEPTEMBER, 1930

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

Im ports of food animals


Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


M ~exico..... .~.. .~.. ... -....... -_.... ..... ........... 3. 605 ..... ........
Canada... .. .. .. .. .............._.~_.._~~ 2, 294 28 511 5
Channel Islands.~~~... ...~..-.~. -~.. ...-................ 27 .......... ....
England..-........~~._.~..~......... ....... .......... 2 .......... 14 .....
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)~-.-.... ................... ........ 99 ...... ... .... .

Total:
September, 1930.~_._~.~.._.~..~........~.............. 6, 027 28 52S 5
September, 1929...-.....,...................~... ........ 30,18 8; 1.83 9
9 mont hs ended Septe mber, 1930.. ...~...........~...... 204, 580 190 7, 5.,0 67
9 months ended September, 1929..-...-...~.....~........ 397, 83 1 2, 094) 24,.501 207



Im ported meats and meat ~food prod ucts


Fresh and refrigerated
County f exortCured and O~ther mear Total
CountJ' orzportcanned products weight
Beef Other


Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds
Arg~entina..._....~..._............. .............._~_.~ 47;5,880 32:, 02; 802, 007
A u strali ........ ....... ........ ....... .. . . .321 6, 321
Brazil~.~..~.....-~~-.~.~.~.............~.~I~...~-. ......~............. 18, 3241 ;2, 2410 90, 564
Canada....~......~.._._.....~...............I 88, 2341 ;9, 132 1;77 982 119s, 268 464, 916
NewZeaand ...................... 19;, 5:6 341, 305 I............ 37, 010 268, 891
Paraguay ~.~.~..-.~.~~.~.. ~~.............. ...... ..... 239, 9552 3. 300 243,a 232
Uruguay.~...~._~~~.~................................... 115,4151 ....~........ 115, 51'1
Other c~ountries...~................_..... ... .~........~.~. ..~.......... 36, 238 7774 113, 9578

Total: September, 1930.-............. 285, 810 113, 737 1, 063, 827 i 642.,906 ,0,20
September, 1924...~........~.. 5, 768, 231 1, 206, 413 e.07 25I 89, 920) 14. 8I1. 819
9 months endedl Sept., 1930... 4, 9~59, 184 2,759, 174 48, b~195,13 4.095. 631 60, 012, 103
9 monhs ended Sept,. 19)29... 30, 81:, 635 11, 5239.(441 ;9,33ijt >,56 .739, 219 129, 36, 304

Condemned in September, 1930: Beef, 334 pounds; pork, 3!.4 pounds; total, 698 pounds. Refused retry:
Beef, 42,300 pounds, pork, 200 pounds, total, 42P,F00 pounds.













SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WVORKLI IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, SEPTEMBER, 1930


gTubrculin t
p during mot


SERVICE A4ND REGULATORY ANNOUNCE111ENTS


19301


Total to date


Cattle
tested



16, 123
3, 500
2, 984
3, 836
164
5, 878


5, 577
5, 011
4, 158
109, 667

19,613

,2,953

2,;83
5, 057

1, 287

3, 13
16, 37


29.76

4, 301
10, 421
5,8 i
38, 993

3,190

1, 357


11, 5;0
85, 593
15, 833
8,391
83,794
1, 251

2,9
3,118
8, 213
16,20

6, 44

8, 917

13,52

8, 111

101, 421

1, 36

907, 22


State





Ala.-....

Criz.....

Colo_....
Conn.-..

D). C....
Fla.......
Ga..-....
Idaho...
111.......

Ind.....

Iows~....

Kians_....
Ky.-.....

La. .~...

M~e.~.....


Mlass....
lbich_...
M~inn_...
M~iss__...


M~ont~...
Nebr....
Nev._....
N. II....
N. J.....
N. lel.
N. Y'....
N. C....
N. Dak .
Ohio. ...
Okla....

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

S. C.....
S. Duk..
Tenn....
Tex.....

Utab....



\'a..~....
WPash...
W'. V'a.

W~is.....

W~yo.~...

Total..


Inspector in chrge





R. E. Jacks~on.....
F. L. Schoelder....
W~. .. hlcDonald.
R. So)yder..........
W'. E. Howre. ..~...
R. I.. Sm th.......
E. B. Simondis....
A. E. Weight ....
J. G. Fish~. ........

W'.A.9Su llivan....
J. J. Lintner. ...

J E. Glbson......

J. A~. Borger.....~..

Nt. L,. Townse~nd..
W'. F. Bales.......

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

O R. Caldelll.....
E. B. Simonds.....

E. A. Crossmain...
T. 8. Rich........
WV. J. Frer z ....~..
Hl Robbios.......
Ralph Grsbsm....

J. W'. M~urdocb... .
A.B. Francis.....
L. C. Butterfield..
E. A. Crossmano...
Elkls E. M~cCoy~...
F. L. Schuelder....
H. B. Leonard..~...
W\. C. Dendinger..
H. H. Cohenour...
A. J. De Fosset....
L. J. AlIlen........

S. B. Fnster.....
J.BR.Reidy......
E. a. Crossmao.~..

W~. K. Lewis.......
J. O. W~ilson......
H. L. Fry......... ~
II. L. Darby....~..

F. E. 1\lurra..~...

L. H. Adams....


State oftictil






C. A. Cary,. Auburn.
R. J. ight, Phoenix.
J. H1. Bu\-, Little Rock.
J. F. Ivrrson, d sra~mento.
C. G3. Lfimb, Denver.
Charles Johnson, Hurtford.
O. A. Newtron, Bridger-ille.

J. 1. Kinapp, Tallabassee.
J. MI. Button, Atlanta.
A J Dlckman,Boise.
D. W. Ro bison, Spring-
field.
Frank H. Brown, Indian-
apolis.
AI. G;. Thornburg, Des
bloines.
J. H. Rrleieer, Topeka.
D. E. \W est moria nd,
Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
H. RI. Tucker, August1.
James B. G3eorge, Bald.
more.
E. F. Richa-rdson, Boston.
C. H. Clark, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
G). B. Bradshaw-, Jack~son.
HI. A. W\ilson, Jefferson
City'.
WY J. Butler. Helena.
C. H.Hsys, Linolo.
Ed~ardi Records,. Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. M~cNeil, Trenlon.
hlat Ke~enun, AlIbuquerque.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
W\ilham lhloore, Raleigh.
W'. F. Crewe, Bismarckc.
C. \IcCandless, Columbus.
C. C. Hisel, Oklaboma
City.
W. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E.hlunce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
W~. K;. Lewis, Columbia.
T. H. Ruth, Plerre.
J. R1. Jones, Nsabrille.
N. F. Wli sFort
Worth.
W'. H. Hendrickis, Salt
Lake City.
Edward H. Jones, Rlont-
Hpeier.
H.C ivens, Richmond.
Robert Prior, Oly~mpia.
John W. Smith, Charles-
too.
Wanlter W'isnicky), hAladi-
son.
H. D. Port, Chteoenne


e-
rd

is



744
001
047
361




27
758

285


3589



3000


620

357


3031
119


301
2145







343

866


Blerds


Herds
or lots



2,456





633
4~ 9




368

139
1,651

331
9, 912



S1

73 6

61






2, 989

828

1,1019

451

2,666




132
85, 450


A9c-
crel-
ited
herls


317

16
155


1
106

58
5,582


2,59

564
36





21


91
91, 642 '

82




2~31




113
9 1


under
super-
vISlon


21,85

13,919
8, 02
2,06
7i, 248


57, 109
42, 036
194, 975

180,3

200,000

103, 205
8r2,41

3, 5b3

43, 755



185,00
119, 903
12, 551


37, 151
;9,891
2.992

13, 073
3, 418
121, 2bs
256,924
69, 513
241, 440
4, 5-11

33,851
137,408
a 13

73,906
11,120 ,
75, 446
9,955

II, 363

12, 827


tests
nth


Onc
Cat- tee
tle re- fre
aed herd


219,
238,
213,
378,
1 1,
194 3,
1651 4,


357,
121 38,
1,29 4,

48169,



21 12


4I 3,


115 12 216, i


92! l&I,
1911 109,
112,.
281,(


1 2


2~ 3,
2,14 27,
I' 256, :
501 57,



301 33,:

338


309.

46; 9,.



195) 2,

2962,







13, 6762 520, 4


6r, 083 R. E.Brookbank..
52,7241 J. C. Edine..~.-...
60,73; H Mr. Newton~....


4 13, 118 John T. Dallas....


75, ;7773, 029, 4641












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


I Fractions denote men devoting part time to the work.

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM~ AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, SEPTEMBER, 1930



Period Total seu ICr~rJrum mHb eb od Siultnu Ha gprm
cleared virus


C. c. C, c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
Sept em bier, 1930 ~.....~............ 71, 281, 180 60, 944, 393 78, 088, 6414 4, 865, 362 16, 860, 117
September, 1929..~~.~~.~........... 79, 324,18e0 57, 307, 013 65,089c, 135 5, 584, 603 17, 738, 993
0 months ended September, 1930~.. 625, I19, 693 498, 794, 781 626, 925, 4-19 51, 600, 384 138, 364, 931
0 months ended September, 929J... 796, b65, 006 561, 993, 464 661, 408, 937 51, 448, 563 172, 262, 906


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, SEPTEMBER, 1930

License No. 4 wias issued September 22, 1930, to the Abbott Laboratories,
Fourteenth Street and Sheridan Road, Nort~h Chicago, Ill., for autogenous
bacterin; bacilus abortus bacterin (bovine); bacillus avisepticus bacterin;
hemorrhagic septicemia bacterin; joint-ill mixed bacterin (equine); mammitis
mixed bacteria (bovine); mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (canine);
mixed bacterin (for fow~ls);, mixed bacterin (f or rabbits); mlixed bacterin (for
sheep); mixed bacterin (for swine); poly.valent mixed bacterin (equine); staphylo-
bacterin (canine); st~repto-bacterin (equine); streptococcus mastitis bacterin
(bovine); white-sour mnixed bacterin bovinene.
License No. 196 wvas issued September 13, 1930, to the Vineland Poultry
Pathological Laboratory, Landis Avrenue, Vineland, N. J., for fow~l-pox vaccine.



LICENSES TERMINATED, SEPTEMBER, 1930

License No. 4, issued :November 5, 1929, to the Abbott Laborat~ories, Four-
teenth Streret and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., was terminated September
22, 1930, because of the discontinuance of the production of avian tuberculin,


[October,


900


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


Autop- Frs
sies per- quaran-
formed e r








19 17



10 1
2 .. ........:






8s 16
114 .. .. .


Demonstrat ions



N treated


Out-
breaks
reported
to bu-
reau vet-
erina-
rlan1s




4
4
12
17
61
9
102
4

4
26
40
I
2
7

35

53

5

1
25

422


Bureau
veteri-
narians
engaged
in w~ork 1



1
.15
.25
1.5
1.3
.33
3

2
.25
1.3
1
2
2
1.03
.66
.5
1
1
1

I
1

1.5

29.72


Farms
cleaned
and
disin-
fected




..... ...



22




....... ---
.........




.. ..


Mleet-
ings ad-
dressed




I





1


I


1

.. .. .

I
.


Premises
invest i-
gated




2
5
59
29
146
197
84
60
18
68
26
141-1


38
23

12
16
68
57
20
206
46
87

1, 691


State


Alabama...........
Califoro nia....
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canine-distemper mixed bacterin, equine-abortion mixed bact~erin, equine-
metritis mixed bacterin, gastro-enteritis mixed bacteria (equine), pig-scour
mixed bacteria, swine-abortion .mixed bacterin, and tuberculin, and the license
was reissued September 2'2 as indicated above. In the new license the w\ord
"infection was omitted from mixed-infection bact~erin (bovine)l; mixed-infection
bacterin (canine); mixed-infection bacterin (for fowls); mixed-infection bacterin
(for sheep); mixed-infection bacterin (for swine).
License No. 184, issued November 24, 1924, to the Jackson Infirmary, Pasteur
Department, 121 North President St.reet, Jackson, Mliss., was t.erminat.ed ,Sep-
tember 23, 1930, without prejudice.


FOREIGN COUNTRIES DECLARED FREE FROM FOOT-AND-MOUTH
DISEASE AND RINDERPEST
The Secretary of Agriculture has determined and declared that Australia,
Canada, the Channel Islands, Finland, Guam, Ireland (Northern Ireland and
Irish Free State)i, Japan, Mlexico, New Zealand, Norw~ay, the Union of South
Africa, the islands of the W~est Indies, the Falkland Islands and the island of
South Georgia in the south Atlantic Ocean, the Territory of Papua in British
New Guinea and t~he Cook, Fiji, Fanning, Washington, Mlarquesas, Samoa
(N~avigatorsi), Society, Tonga (Friendly), New Hebrides, Gilbert, British Solomon,
and Ellice groups o~f islands in the south Pacific Ocean are free from foot-and-
mouth disease and rinderpest.
The declaration, issued September 19 and designated Declaration No. 8,"
was made in accordance with section 2, regulation 7; section 2, regulation 8;
section 2 (a), regulation 10; section 1 (a), regulation 12, and section 3, regulation
13, of the regulations governing the sanitary handling and control of hides,
fleshings, hide cutting, parings, and glue stock, sheepskins and goatskins and
parts thereof, hair, wool, and other animal by-products, hay, straw~, forage, or
similar material offered for entry into the United States (B. A-. I. Order 313), and
supersedes Declaration No. 7 of t~he United States Department of ASgriculture
dated Mlay 17, 1930.

PERMIITTED DISINFECTANT
In accordance with the provisions contained in the regulations of this depart-
ment governing the interstate movement of livestock, (B. A. I. Order 3091., the
bureau has granted permission for the use of K~oppers Disinfectant Njo. 5,
Water-Soluble, manufactured by American Tar Products Co., Kioppers Building,
Pittsburgh, Pa., as a, saponified cresol solution, in the general disinfection of
cars, yards, and other premises.

PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT
Docket No. 321. In re H. J. Hunter, dealer, Fort Wayne Union Stock Y'ards
Fort Wayne, Ind. On August 1, 1930, the ALcting Secretary issued an inquiry
and notice, alleging violation of the act by failure of respondent to execute and
maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurred
as a dealer throughout the period from November 1, 19241, to July 15, 1930.
On September 16, 1930, a hearing was held at, which time respondent testified
that he had discontinued business as a dealer about the middle of July, 1930,
and that he would take out the requstred bond upon resuming business as a
dealer. On October 8, 1930, the respondent was ordered to cease and desist
from doing business as a dealer without executing and maintaining p. reasonable
bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred
as a dealer and without having on file with the Bureau of Animial Inidustry at
Washington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond.
Docket No. 322. In re W7Cilliam Butler, dealer, Fort Wayne Union Stock Y'ards,
Fort Wayne, Ind. On August 1, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued an inquiry
and notice, alleging violation of the act by failure of respondent to execute and
maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurred
as a dealer throughout the period from ~September 16, 1927, to August 1, 1930.
On September 16, 1930, a hearing was held at which time respondent testified
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dealer. On October 8, 1930, the respondent was ordered to cease and desist 1
from doing business as a dealer without executing and maintaining a reasonable :
bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred
as a dealer and without having on file with the Bureau of Animal Industry at-
Washington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond.
Docket No. 323. In re J. G. Glass, dealer, Fort W~ayne Union Stock Yards,
Fort WTayne, Ind. On August 1, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued an inquiry
and notice, alleging violation of the act by failure of respondlent'to execute and
maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurred
as a dealer. On September 16, 1930, a hearing was held at which time respondent
testified that he had filed a bond under date of September 6, 1930, which state-
ment was verified by the examiner. On October 2, 1930, the respondent was
ordered to cease and desist from doing business as a dealer without extecuting
and maintaining'a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance
of his obligations incurred as a dealer and without having on file with the Bureau
of Animal Industry at Washington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond. i


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violation of regu-
lattory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-eight Hour Law
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. (two cases), 5300 penalties.
Chicago & ALlton Railroad Co., 5100 penalty.
Chicago, Burlingt~on & Quiney Railroad Co. (three cases), 5300 penalties.
Chicago, Mlilwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railway Co. (11 casess, 51,100)
penalties.
Chicago & North Western Railway Co. (four cases), $400 penalties.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railwajr Co. (two cases), $200 penalties.
Illinois Central Railroad Co. (six cases), 5600 penalties.
New York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Norfolk; & Western Railw~ay CI,., $100 penalty.
Union Paclfic Railroad Co., 8100 penalty.
Livestock Quaranline Law
St. Joseph & Grand Island Railway Co., $100 fine for interstate transportattion
of one dead hog in same car with live animals.
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Mlarie Railway? Co., $100 fine for interstate
transportation of one dead hog in same car with live animals.

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU

[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to
ofneers 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]l
Technical Bullet~in No. 203. Beef Production from Purebred, Grade,and
Native Calves. By Arthur T. Semple, Animal Husbandry Division and H. E.
Dvorachek, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Arkansas. Pp. 16,
figs. 9.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1357 (revised). Cast ration of Hogs. By S. S. Buckley,
Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 6, figs. 9.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 9.52 (revised). Breeds of Light Horses. By H. H.
Reese, formerly in Animal Husbandry Division, revised by J. O. Williams,
Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 13, figs. 9.
B. A. I. Order No. 323. Packers and Stockyards Act 1921. General Rules
and Regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture. Pp. 59.
War hlap of Tuberculosis of jLivestock, 1930. Mlap and text. P. 1.
Amendments to B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited areas for tuberculosis, October 1, 1930. P. 1. (Mimeo-
graphed.)
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S. R. -B. A. 282 Issued November, 1930United States Department of AgricultureSERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYOCTOBER, 1930[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in theservice of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officerswhose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government PrintingOffice, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official incharge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to membersof his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTSPagrChanges in directory ----------------------------------------------------------------85Notice regarding meat inspection:.---.-------------------------.----------------------------86Animal casings of foreign origin ----------------------------------------------------86Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, September, 1930--------------------------87Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, September, 1930--------87Cause of condemnation of carcasses, August, 1930.--. .-----------------------------------------88Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, September, 1930.------------.------88Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, September, 1930------------89Summary of hog-cholera-control work, September, 1930------------------------------------90Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, September, 1930-----------90Licenses issued for biological products, September, 1933.--. ------------------------.---------0Licenses terminated, September, 1930 ---------------------------------------------------90Foreign countries declared free from foot-and-mouth disease and rinderpest ---------------------91Permitted disinfectant.----.------..-----.----------------------------------------------------91Proceedings under packers and stockyards act...--------------------------------------------91Results of prosecutions for violations of laws------------------------------------------92New publications of the bureau------------------------------------------------------92CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Granted$30. The Ray Provision Co., 10 Wholesale Row, Center Market, Washington,D. C.$1003. Brighton Dressed Meat Co., 39-41 Commercial Street, Boston, Mass.Meat Inspection Withdrawn38. Santa Maria Packing Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif.80. Rohe & Bros., New York, N. Y.138. Sausage Specialties (Inc.), Newark, N. J.t No sealed cars.22082-30 85

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86 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY (Octobar,220. Woolner Packing Co., Chicago, Ill.329. Kent Bros. Corporation, Boston, Mass.513. Delaware Packing Co. (Inc.), South Kortright, N. Y.From subsidiary: The F. C. Stedman Co., under establishment 116, The Stedman Co., Athens, Ohio.Change in Name of Official Establishment787. The Filbert & Kuhlemann Co., 2961 Frederick Avenue, Baltimore, Md.,instead of The Filbert-Kuhlemann Co.988. Union Butchers (Inc.), 242 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., instead ofHudson Packing Co.Mail Address of Official EstablishmentThe mail address of establishment 419-G, The Great Atlantic & PacificTea Co., Harri's and Weston Avenues, Cranston, R. I., is P. 0. box 208,Olneyville Station, Providence, R. I.Change in Address of Official in ChargeDr. G. H. Woolfolk, Phillips Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn., instead of P. 0.box 505.Change of Officials in ChargeDr. H. B. Raffensperger succeeds Dr. E. M. Nighbert as inspector in chargeof swine-parasite investigations at Moultrie, Ga.Everett E. Wehr succeeds Dr. H. B. Raffensperger as inspector in charge ofhorse-parasite and poultry-parasite investigations at Miles City, Mont.Dr. Rudolph Snyder succeeds Dr. W. E. Howe as inspector in charge of scabiesand tuberculosis eradication, hog-cholera control and public-stockyards inspec-tion at Denver, Colo.Dr. W. E. Howe succeeds Dr. Rudolph Snyder as inspector in charge of scabiesand tuberculosis eradication, interstate inspection of cattle and horses, and hog-cholera control at Sacramento, Calif.Charles W. Curtice succeeds Dr. Cooper Curtice (retired) as inspector in chargeof investigations concerning roundworms in sheep at McNeill, Miss.Stations DiscontinuedSouth Kortright, N. Y., meat inspection. (Remove Doctor Kay.)Omaha, Nebr., pathological laboratory. (Remove Doctor Morse.)CorrectionsUnder establishment 27, North Packing & Provision Co., Boston, Mass., theaddress of J. P. Squire & Co. is 165 Gore Street, East Cambridge, Mass., insteadof Cambridge.Establishment 728, Stahl-Meyer (Inc.), is located at Wyckoff and CooperAvenues, mail 1125 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIONANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGINCertificate required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,which bear the official title of the high official of the foreign country as specified below, will be acceptable with animal casings offered for importation into theUnited States.The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the nationalgovernment having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign countryin which the casings originated, but owing to the fact that the high officials arechanged from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.Official title Foreign countrySecretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries--------------Great BritainThe notice in Service and Regulatory Announcements of December, 1927, ishereby revoked.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 87ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,SEPTEMBER, 1930Station Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats SwinelambsBaltimore --------------------------------8, 708 1, 338 3, 651 1 52, 787Buffalo ----------------------------------7,960 1,716 6,603 --.-.-. --63, 449Chicago ---------------------------------144,973 37, 136 307,648 1 437,777Cincinnati -------------------------------15,855 6,362 14,002 1 64,083Cleveland --------------------------------6,532 5,986 12,393 ---------44,904Denver ----------------------------------7,406 1,501 22, 871 ---------16, 027Detroit----------------------------------6,995 4,799 10,051 ---------63, 757Fort Worth ------------------------------28, 453 33, 914 18, 396 1, 425 17, 472Indianapolis -----------------------------13, 638 2, 965 6, 425 ------61, 157Kansas City -----------------------------79, 623 24, 919 148, 119 21 149, 290Milwaukee------------------------------12, 715 29,478 9,101 -.-.-.-96, 198National Stock Yards ----------------------34, 222 10,411 27,823 107 78, 926New York-------------------------------31,387 54,309 274,385 --.---. 60,556Omaha--------------------------------79,258 5,288 200,320 3 113,470Philadelphia-----------------------------5,815 7,175 20,009 ---------66,381St. Louis--------------------------------13,064 7,156 6,600 ---------94,813Sioux City--------------------------32,741 2,264 65,538 ---------64,360South St. Joseph .-----------------------26, 717 7,216 103, 023 I---------62, 523South St. Paul.-----------------------47, 508 39, 069 88, 917 ---------164, 867Wichita.------------------------------7,461 2,198 3,152 2 33,142 All other stations-------------------------149,341 89,188 242,265 508 966,727Total:September, 1930------------------760, 372 374, 388 1, 591, 292 2,069 2, 772, 666September, 1929 ------------------752, 815 365, 084 1,316,926 4, 139 3, 103, 7589 months ended September, 1930------6, 037, 797 3, 435, 706 12, 237, 493 7, 386 32, 103, 6849 months ended September, 1929 -------6, 095, 655 3, 385, 933 10,407,898 18, 849 35, 005,968New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, andNewark .---------------------------------38, 767 62, 210 331, 674 ---------167, 723I The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and"All fther stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.Horses slaughtered in September, 1930, 12,617; horses slaughtered in September, 1929, 13,591; 8 months3nded September, 1930, 88,823; 8 months ended September, 1929, 86,822.Inspections of lard at all establishments, 101,275,215 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,43,043,333 inspection pounds; sausage, 62,379,252 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 12,891,182 inspectionpounds. Corresponding inspections for September, 1929: Lard, 126,514,888 inspection pounds; compoundand other substitutes, 45,385,259 inspection pounds; sausage, 69,135,266 inspection pounds; oleomargarine,14,076,649 inspection pounds.(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have beeninspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREEIMPORTANT MARKETS, SEPTEMBER, 1930Retained for tuberculosisStation TotalStationslaughterTotal Passed for CondemnedcookingCattle including calves:Chicago. .-------------------------------------144,973 2,983 95 395Kansas City-------------------------------------79,623 167 8 30Omaha-----------------------------------------79,258 489 25 56Swine: Chicago --------------------------------------437,777 49,734 705 721Kansas City---------------------------149,290 7,618 94 78Omaha...--------------------------------------113,470 10,915 105 102

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88 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [October,CAUSE OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, AUGUST. 1930Cause Cattle Calves Sheep SwineEmaciation.-----------------------------------------593 42 391 31Hog cholera--.------------------------------------------------------------------------2,456Inflammatory diseases..-------.-------------708 115 799 1,973Immaturity --------------------------------------------------105Tuberculosis .--------------------------------------1,686 37 -----------3,260Other causes .----------------------------------------929 147 623 3,043Total ..--------------------------------------3,916 446 1.813 10,763IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOODPRODUCTS, SEPTEMBER, 1930The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats andmeat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during Sep-tember, 1930, with figures for other periods for comparison.Imports of food animalsCountry of export Cattle Swine Sheep GoatsMexico ------------------------------------------------3,605Canada.------------------------------------------------2,294 28 514 5Channel Islands---------------------------------------------27England ----------------------------------------------------2 14Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)-------------------------------99---------------------Total:September, 1930.----------------._ ------------------6,027 28 52S 5September, 1929----------------------------------30,187 85 1. 639 9 9 months ended September, 1930-------------------201, 580 291 , 6 s5o 679 months ended September, 1929-.-------------------397, 831 2,094 24, 561 207Imported meats and meat food productsFresh and refrigeratedCountry of export Cured and Other meat Totalcanned products weightBeef OtherPounds Pounds Pounds Pounds PoundsArgentina.-------------------------------------------------475,880 327,027 802,907Australia. ..----------------------------------------------------------6, 321 6,321Brazil.-.-----.---------------------------------------------18, 324 72, 240 | 90, 564Canada---.-----------------------------88, 234 79, 432 177, 982 119, 268 464, 916New Zealand ..--------------------------197,576 34, 305 ------------_ _37,010 268,891Paraguay---.-------------------------------------------239, 952 3,300 243, 252Uruguay -. _------------------------------------------------115, 451 -----------115, 451Other countries------------------------------------------------36, 238 77, 740 1 113, 978Total: September, 1930--------. ---. 285, 810 113 737 1, 063, 827 642, 906 2, 106, 280September, 1929-_-----------5, 768, 231 1, 206, 413 7. 017, 255 S49. 920 14, 41. 819 9 months ended Sept., 1930--. 4, 959, 164 2, 759, 174 4S, 19, 134 4, 095, 631 60, 012, 103 9 months ended Sept., 1929_1 30,817,635 11,523,944 79, 355, 506 7, 739,219 129, 436, 304Condemned in September, 1930: Beef, 334 pounds; pork, 31:4 pounds; total, 69S poundIs. Refused entry:Beef, 42,300 pounds; pork, 200 pounds; total, 42,500 pounds.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS S9SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATIONWITH STATES, SEPTEMBER, 1930MTuberculin tests Total to dateA during month State OnceAcHerds Inspector in charge State oticialHerds Cattle Cattested credunderor lots tested free ited super-acted herds herds visionAla----2,456 16,123 2 19, 268 317 21, 8551 I. E. Jackson--C. A. Cary, Auburn.A riz. 358 3,500 23 8,744 46 8,816 F. L. Schneider--R. J. Hight, Phoenix.Ark 633 2,984 2 13,901 16 13,919 W. A. McDonaldJ. 11. Bux, Little Rock.Calif 83 3,836 37 8,047 155 8,602 R. Snyder-------J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.Colo. 4 164 1 1,361 190 2,066 W. E. Howe-----C. G. Lamb, Denver. Conn467 5,878 191 3,369 3,470 7, 2481 R. L. Smith -----Charles Johnson, Hartford.D)el-. 368 4,692 165 4,646 1,452 6,769 F. B. Simonds.-. 0, A. Newton, Bridgeville.1). C --------------------44 1 461 A. E. Wight.-.--Fla.--139 5, 577 25 8,257 106 9, 093 J. G. Fish-------J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee.Ga -----1,651 5,011 3 57,076 30 57, 109 A. L. Hirleman--J. M. Sutton, Atlanta.Idaho.331 4, 158' 12 38, 758 58 42, 036 W. A. Sullivan-A. J. Dickman, Boise.II.------9, 912 109, 667 1,294 44,285 5,582 194,975 J. J. Lintner -----D. W. Robison, Spring-field.Ind--2,567 19,613 48 169,589 8,854 180,397 J. E. Gibson -----Frank H. Brown, Indian-apolis.Iowa.-4,178 72,953' 1,227 100,000 2,539 20), 000 J. A. Barger------M. G. Thornburg, DesMoines.Kans--81 2, 783 21 102, 620 564 103, 205 N. L. Townsend. J. H. Mercer, Topeka.Ky 793 5,057 17 80,569 36 82,41X1 W. F. Biles------). E. W e s t m o r I a n d,Frankfort. La ----61 1,2871 48 3,3571 13 3,5531 G. T. Cole------E. P. Flower, BatonRouge.Me 420 3,138 12 42, 764 940 43, 755 G. I. Caldwell --H. M. Tucker, Augusta.Md----1, 669 16,397 155 16,985 9,642 34,605 E.B.Simonds--. Jaines B. George, Balti.I I. more.Mass-. 651 7, 466! 1,000 4,081 2, 266 7,243 E. A. Crossma n F. F. Richardson, Boston.Mich.-. 2,9S9 29,736 92 184,119 82 185,070 T. S. Rich------C. H. Clark, Lansing.Minn._ 828 17, 780 191 109, 591' 8,857 119,903 W. J. Fretz ------C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.Miss_. 434 4,301 1 12, 545, 26 12, 581 11. Robbins------G. B. Bradshaw, Jackson.Mo-. 1,019 10,421 2 84, 695 231, 88, 545 Ralph Graham. -11. A. Wilson, JeffersonCity.Mont. 451 5,383 23 33, 541 65 37, 154 J. W. Murdoch. -A. J. Butler, Helena.Nebr__ 2,666 38,993 162 79, 240 113 79,891 A.H. Francis----C. .Hays, Lincoln.Nev ----94 2,786 14 2,683 9 2,992 L.C. Butterfield. Edward Records, Reno.N. H. 326 3, 190! 163 3,343 4,555 8,147 E. A. Crossman. A. L. Felker, Concord.N. J----(375 7, 892 416 4. 866 4,029 13,073 Ellis E. McCoy -. J. H1. McNeil, Trenton.N. Mex 132 1. 357 2 3,309 24 3, 416 F. L. Schneider-_ _Mat Keenan, Albuquerque.N. Y--. 8,450 101, 572 2, 164 27, 416 83,941 121, 2,S 11. 13. Leonard_--E. T. Faulder, Albany.N. C__ -125 1,609 1 256, 563 361 256, 924 W. C. Dendinger. William Moore, Raleigh.N. Dak -828 11, 570 50 57,736 5,372 69, 503 H. H1. Cohenour__. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.Ohio. 12. 216 85, 593 275 237, 655 822 241, 440 A. J. De Fosset.--C. M cCandless, Columbus.Okla.-1,416 15,833 27 4,2741 251 4,541 L. J. Allen------C. C. Hisel, OklahomaCity.Oreg. 1,217 8,391 30 33,290 543 33,851 S. B. Foster----W. 11. Lytle, Salem.Pa -------7,399 83, 794 4,617 119,092 6, 189 137, 408 J. B. Reidy ------T. E. Munce, Harrisburg.R. I--_74 1,251 338 249 134 713 E. A. Crossman. T. E. Robinson, Provi-dence.S. C----809 2,908 3 73, 727 118 73, 906 W. K. Lewis-----W. K. Lewis, Columbia.S. Dak_ 121 3, 118 30 9,752 1,259 11, 120 J. 0. Wilson -----T. 1I. Ruth, Pierre.Tenn---1,647 8,213 0 78, 220 104 78, 446' H. L. Fry-------J. M. Jones, Nashville.Tex----1,005 16,230 46 9,268 433 9,9s,5 11. L. Darby.-----N. F. Williams, FortWorth.Utah. 850 6,434 32 11, 184 99 11,638 F. E. Murray.W. I. Hendricks, SaltLake City.Vt-----411 8,917 195 2,694 8,184 12, 827 L. H. Adams-----Edward H. Jones, Mont-pelier.Va-----2,612 13,542 29 62,374 985 64,083 R. E. Brookbank It. C. Givens, Richmond.Wash.__ 1,820 15, 256 182 46. 827 91 52, 724 J. C. Exline-----Robert Prior, Olympia.W. Va -1,681 8,111 18 67, 669 640 69, 473 H. M. Newton. John W. Smith, Charleston.Wis.----5, 968 101, 421 275 174, 100 11, 979' 187, 964 J. S. Healy.------Walter Wisnicky, Madi-son.Wyo. 73 1, 336 2 11, 735 4 13, 118 John T. Dallas. H. D. Port, Cheyenne.Total. 85, 188 907, 222 13, 67612, 529, 478 1175, 77713, 029, 464

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90 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [October,SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, SEPTEMBER, 1930Demonstrations Out-Bureau Farms breaksveteriMeetPremisesi AutopFarms cleaned reportedState narians ings adinvestisies perquarand t-engaged dressed gated Number Hogs formed tined or d ra-in work 1 treated carded fected eria-riansAlabama--------1 1----------------------------California---------.15 --. .2 --------------------1Colorado----------.25 --.-.-.-.-----. -5 -------------. 4Florida------------1.5 ---.--.-. 59 7 264 1 ----------------4Georgia_------------1.3 1 29 8 129 . -.--.-.-. I .12Idaho.--------------.33 2 146 25 254 19 17 6 17Illinois-----.------------------197 2 66 70 1.-.-----22 61Indiana -----------4 4 --.--.-----10 1 1 -.-.--.-. 9Iowa ------.-----2 1 60 ----------------14 ----------------102Kansas ------------.25 -.--.--is ----------------2 -----------------4Kentucky----------1.5 1 68 1 37 1Louisiana------------1---.--. 26 7 364 1 --------------4Maryland ---------2 1 144 -------------. 8 16 -.----. 26Michigan----------2 ---.--. 172 1 2 11 ----------------40Mississippi --------1.03 1 25 -----------------------------------------IMissouri-----------.66 5 38 ------------------3 ----------------2Nebraska. .3 23 --.-.-----21 -----------------7North Carolina. 1 1 17 4 356 8Ohio------.-.--I 1 12 ---------------18 -35South Carolina. 1 --.---. 16 15 221----------------6South Dakota-----1 2 68 ------------26 -----------------53Texas --.--------.1 20 ----------------2 --5Virginia ---.-----1 3 206 8 4Washington ------gon1.5 9 46 1 36 7 -.---. .IOregon ._----..W isconsin-.--_ 1 1 87 S 205 is 19 --.----. 25Total.------------29.72 33 1,691 79 1,934 254 53 28 422I Fractions denote men devoting part time to the work.ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCEDUNDER LICENSES, SEPTEMBER, 1930Period Total serum m erimSimultane-Peio Ttaseu completed mune blood ous virus munizingcleared virusC. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.September, 1930.-----------------71,281,180 60,944,393 78,088,644 4,865,362 16,860,117September, 1929 -----------------79,324, 180 57,307,013 65,989, 135 5,584,603 17,738,9939 months ended September, 1930-625, 119, 693 498, 794, 781 626,925, 449 51, 600, 384 138, 364,9319 months ended September, 1929-796, 865, 006 561, 993, 464 661, 408, 937 51, 448, 563 172, 262,906LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, SEPTEMBER, 1930License No. 4 was issued September 22, 1930, to the Abbott Laboratories,Fourteenth Street and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., for autogenousbacterin; bacillus abortus bacterin (bovine); bacillus avisepticus bacterin;hemorrhagic septicemia bacterin; joint-ill mixed bacterin (equine); mammitismixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (canine);mixed bacterin (for fowls); mixed bacterin (for rabbits); mixed bacterin (forsheep); mixed bacterin (for swine); polyvalent mixed bacterin (equine); staphylo-bacterin (canine); strepto-bacterin (equine); streptococcus mastitis bacterin(bovine); white-scour mixed bacterin (bovine).License No. 196 was issued September 13, 1930, to the Vineland PoultryPathological Laboratory, Landis Avenue, Vineland, N. J., for fowl-pox vaccine.LICENSES TERMINATED, SEPTEMBER, 1930License No. 4, issued November 5, 1929, to the Abbott Laboratories, Four-teenth Street and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., was terminated September22, 1930, because of the discontinuance of the production of avian tuberculin,

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 91canine-distemper mixed bacterin, equine-abortion mixed bacterin, equine-metritis mixed bacterin, gastro-enteritis mixed bacterin (equine), pig-scourmixed bacterin, swine-abortionmixed bacterin, and tuberculin, and the licensewas reissued September 22 as indicated above. In the new license the word"infection" was omitted from mixed-infection bacterin (bovine); mixed-infectionbacterin (canine); mixed-infection bacterin (for fowls); mixed-infection bacterin(for sheep); mixed-infection bacterin (for swine).License No. 184, issued November 24, 1924, to the Jackson Infirmary, PasteurDepartment, 121 North President Street, Jackson, Miss., was terminated Sep-tember 23, 1930, without prejudice.FOREIGN COUNTRIES DECLARED FREE FROM FOOT-AND-MOUTHDISEASE AND RINDERPESTThe Secretary of Agriculture has determined and declared that Australia,Canada, the Channel Islands, Finland, Guam, Ireland (Northern Ireland andIrish Free State), Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, the Union of SouthAfrica, the islands of the West Indies, the Falkland Islands and the island ofSouth Georgia in the south Atlantic Ocean, the Territory of Papua in BritishNew Guinea and the Cook, Fiji, Fanning, Washington, Marquesas, Samoa(Navigators), Society, Tonga (Friendly), New Hebrides, Gilbert, British Solomon,and Ellice groups of islands in the south Pacific Ocean are free from foot-and-mouth disease and rinderpest.The declaration, issued September 19 and designated "Declaration No. 8,"was made in accordance with section 2, regulation 7; section 2, regulation S;section 2 (a), regulation 10; section 1 (a), regulation 12, and section 3, regulation13, of the regulations governing the sanitary handling and control of hides,fleshings, hide cutting, parings, and glue stock, sheepskins and goatskins andparts thereof, hair, wool, and other animal by-products, hay, straw, forage, orsimilar material offered for entry into the United States (B. A. I. Order 313), andsupersedes Declaration No. 7 of the United States Department of Agriculturedated May 17, 1930.PERMITTED DISINFECTANTIn accordance with the provisions contained in the regulations of this depart-ment governing the interstate movement of livestock, (B. A. I. Order 309), thebureau has granted permission for the use of Koppers Disinfectant No. 5,Water-Soluble, manufactured by American Tar Products Co., Koppers Building,Pittsburgh, Pa., as a saponified cresol solution, in the general disinfection ofcars, yards, and other premises.PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACTDocket No. 321. In re H. J. Hunter, dealer, Fort Wayne Union Stock YardsFort Wayne, Ind. On August 1, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued an inquiryand notice, alleging violation of the act by failure of respondent to execute andmaintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurredas a dealer throughout the period from November 1, 1924, to July 15, 1930.On September 16, 1930, a hearing was held at which time respondent testifiedthat he had discontinued business as a dealer about the middle of July, 1930,and that he would take out the required bond upon resuming business as adealer. On October 8, 1930, the respondent was ordered to cease and desistfrom doing business as a dealer without executing and maintaining ii reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurredas a dealer and without having on file with the Bureau of Animal Industry atWashington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond.Docket No. 322. In re William Butler, dealer, Fort Wayne Union Stock Yards,Fort Wayne, Ind. On August 1, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued an inquiryand notice, alleging violation of the act by failure of respondent to execute andmaintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurredas a dealer throughout the period from September 16, 1927, to August 1, 1930.On September 16, 1930, a hearing was held at which time respondent testifiedtlh .t in the future he would work for Francis J. Schmitt who is a registered

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UNIVERSE TY OF FLORIDA92 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDU: 3 1262 08852 7428dealer. On October 8, 1930, the respondent was ordered to cease and desistfrom doing business as a dealer without executing and maintaining a reasonablebond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurredas a dealer and without having on file with the Bureau of Animal Industry atWashington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond.Docket No. 323. In re J. G. Glass, dealer, Fort Wayne Union Stock Yards,Fort Wayne, Ind. On August 1, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued an inquiryand notice, alleging violation of the act by failure of respondent to execute andmaintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations incurredas a dealer. On September 16, 1930, a hearing was held at which time respondenttestified that he had filed a bond under date of Septenber 6, 1930, which state-ment was verified by the examiner. On October 2, 1930, the respondent wasordered to cease and desist from doing business as a dealer without executingand maintaining a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performanceof his obligations incurred as a dealer and without having on file with the Bureauof Animal Industry at Washington, D. C., a fully executed duplicate of such bond.RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWSPenalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violation of regu-latory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:Twenty-eight Hour LawAtchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. (two cases), $300 penalties.Chicago & Alton Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railway Co. (11 cases), $1,100penalties.Chicago & North Western Railway Co. (four cases), $400 penalties.Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (two cases), $200 penalties.Illinois Central Railroad Co. (six cases), $600 penalties.New York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Norfolk & Western Railway Co., $100 penalty.Union Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Livestock Quarantine LawSt. Joseph & Grand Island Railway Co., $100 fine for interstate transportationof one dead hog in same car with live animals.Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway Co., $100 fine for interstatetransportation of one dead hog in same car with live animals.NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies toofficers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]Technical Bulletin No. 203. Beef Production from Purebred, Grade, andNative Calves. By Arthur T. Semple, Animal Husbandry Division and H. E.Dvorachek, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Arkansas. Pp. 16,figs. 9.Farmers' Bulletin No. 1357 (revised). Castration of Hogs. By S. S. Buckley, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 6, figs. 9.Farmers' Bulletin No. 952 (revised). Breeds of Light Horses. By H. H.Reese, formerly in Animal Husbandry Division, revised by J. 0. Williams,Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 13, figs. 9.B. A. I. Order No. 323. Packers and Stockyards Act 1921. General Rulesand Regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture. Pp. 59.War Map of Tuberculosis of Livestock, 1930. Map and text. P. 1.Amendments to B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed inmodified accredited areas for tuberculosis, October 1, 1930. P. 1. (Mimeo-graphed.)U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1930For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. ---Price 5 centsSubscription price, 25 cents a year