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B. R. A.--B. A. I. 278. Issued 4 3

United States Department AgriQaueltr



SERVICE AND REGULATORY A KO Sf~

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUS~
J UN E, 1930


[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,
concerning the work of the Bureau of Anoimal industry. Fre~e distribution is limited to persons in the
service of the bureau, establishment at whieb tbe Federal meat inspection is condiucted, public: owners
whose duties make it dejirable for them to bive suL'h informutloo, alnd journals especially concerned.
Others desiring copies may obtain them tom the Superlntendent of Documents, Government Printing
Office, Washington, D. C.. at 5 cents each, or 2.5 cents a year. A4 supply will be sent to each onelcal in
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly dIltribute copies to members
of his force. A file should be kept kept at each star ion for reference.l


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directory.. . . 47
Notice regarding meat insprection ... .. . .. .. 4
Fumigation with **Zykloo-B" prohibited .................... .........~..... .........__....... -18
Brass bands for marking meat ... .................~. ........................... ........~........4
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat insperction, Mlay, 19J30.~........ ......... .............. 49
Extent of tuberculosis in animails slaughtered of three important nurkets, hllJy, 1930......... 49
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, 10ay,. 1930.........~..... ....~....... ......_. ... ........... 50
Imports of food animals and of meats and mueat food products ........._.............. ......... 50)
Foreign meat-inspection ojffici l ............. ................. .... .. 51
Summary of tuberc~ulosis-Pradicat1ion wolrk in cooperation with States, lklay, 1930..... .... 51
Summary of hog-chbolera-control work. Mayg, 1930..... ..... ...... ..... 53
Anti-bog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses....... ...... 3
Licenses issued for biological products, Mlay, 1930.. 1,,,p.
Licenses terminated, Mayl 1930. ......... .-"9 ., L' .... 5j
W; warning against political actlivit by~ depart ment employe~es....... ...p. 34
S Instructions regarding monthly' time reports..~....................,. .. ... 54
"' Proceedings under packers andl stock yards act............... f *.7 ... ... as ~~~~5
Results of prosecutions for violations ofla~ws........ .....55
r; New publications of the bureau ................... ......... .... ... r.5
.Organization of the Bureau of Anlmal Industry............. ......~ ..........Le ...

CHANGES IN DIR ~TO Y p
Meat Inspection GranteP

j;*138. Sausage Specialties Co. (Inc.), 217 Broo~ St ~ eg wirk, N. J.
C *651-A. Bushwick Pork Packing Co. (Inc.), 109 N th Six 4h~treet, Bro~oklyn,

?i N Meat Inspection Withdrawn

164. Virginia-Tennessee Ham Co., Church Street, Greeneville, Tenn.
4171. Baker Packing Co., Lyman Street., Asheville, N. C.
From subsidiary, Sw~ift & Company, successors St. Louis Dressed
i Beef & Provision Co., under establishmenits 3, 3-A, 3-B, 3-C,
3- D, 3- E, 3- F, 3- N, 3- N N, 3- W W', 3- A N, 6-A, 6--B, 6- C, 7 1,
and 241, Swift & Co.

Meat Inspection Ez tended

6--B. Swift & Co., Chicago, Ill., t~o include Interstate Packing Co.

Change in Name of Official Establishment

203-A. The Cudahy Packing Co., 71 r722 Sixth Street, San Diego, Calif.,
Charles S. Hardy and The Hardy Packing Co., instead of Charles
S. Hardy.

Change in Official Number of Establishment

No. 52, Nevada Packing Co., Reno, Nev., instead of 72-B.

Cond ucts slaught ering.
904--30 47








4-8 BUREAU OF ALNIMAL~ INDUSTRY [June,

Change in Address of Olcial Establishment
414--Q. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 93 K~ennebec: Street (mail,
P. O. box 1090, Portland, Me., instead of Cedar and Kennebee
Streets).
Station Discontinued
Asheville, N. C., mneat inspection. (Remove Doctor Bryan.)
Bubstation Discontioned
Greeneville, Tenn., meat inspection, under Morristown, Tenn.
Change in Olfcial in Charge
Dr. R. S. Griflin succeeds Dr. C. A. Johnston as inspector in charge at Walla
WTalla, Wash.
Dr. C. A. Johnston succeeds Dr. F. G. Miller as inspector in charge at Lewiston,
Idaho.
Dr. F. G. Miller succeeds Dr. A. E. Evans as inspector in charge at Butte,
Mont.
Dr. A. E. Evans succeeds Dr. E. Himsel (transferred) as inspector in charge at
Pueblo, Colo.
Dr. Ivran L. Barstow succeeds Dr. A. S. Martial (transferred) as inspector in
charge at Moscow, Idaho.
Dr. Ellis E. McCoy succeeds Dr. W. G. Middleton (deceased) as inspector in
charge at Trenton, N. J.
Corrections in NewR Directory
Page 13. The address of establishment 2-T should be 193-199 Fort Greene
Place and 617-629 Atlantic Avenue, instead of 6'27-629 Atlantic Avenue.
Page 18. Under establishment 59, J. H. Harrington should be J. J. Harrington
(Inc.).
Page 19. Establishment 80 should be Rohe & Bro., instead of Rohe & Bros.
Page 22. The location of establishment 283 should be 621-635 West Fortieth
Street, instead of West Fortieth Avenue.
Page 26. Remove asterisk preceding establishment 547.
Page 28. Establishment 808 should be Ot~tman & Co. (Inc.), instead of Ottman
& Co.
Page 413. Establishment 182 should be E. Greenebaum Co., instead of Greene-
baum Co.
Page 43. Establishment 422 should be A. Frank & Sons, instead of A. Frank
& Son.
Page 415. The location of establishment 728 should be I125 Wyckoff Avenue,
instead of 1126 Wyekoff Avenue.
Page 53. Remove Brooklyn, N. Y., M'arket No. 31. Market inspection at
Brooklyn is conducted under New York Market No. 2.
Page 55. The name of the inspector in charge of the hog-cholera field station at
Ames, Iow~a, should be Dr. C. N. M~cBryde instead of McBride. The station
consists of 30 acres instead of 60 acres.
The following establishments have no railroad facilities and should be indicated
"'No sealed cars":
*41. International Products Corporation (p. 31).
*413. Philip B. Newmark (Inc.:).
*522. Hygrade Food Products Corporation.
*808. Ottman & Co. (Inc.).
*910. Pineus & Batt (Inc.).
*959. Atlantic Hotel Supply Co.

NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
FUMIG ATION WITH ZYLON-B PROHIBITED
A fumigating preparation alleged t.o consist of hydrocyanic acid and an irritant
warning gas absorbed in diatomaceous earth and which gives off all its gases on
exposure t.o air is being offered to official establishments under the trade name
"'Zyklon-B." While hydrocyanic-acid gas is permitted, use of the irritant
warning gas has never been approved. This gas is known to be a poison but has
not been investigated to determine whether it is capable of rendering meat

*No sealed cars.






























































I The slaugb rer figures in t his proupp of ci ties are included in thbe fpigres above for ** New York' and '"All
other stations" and are combined bere to show total in the Greatetr Newr Y'ork district.
Ilocrses slaug~htered i n M~ay, 1.30...... ................................ ...... .......~........... .7
Bolses sisughtered in M~ay. 190...................................................... 0, Of 9
11 months onded May~, 1930. ................... ................... ................... .........12 1
11 months endedi May, 1929....~...~.-....................................................... 10-1,,
Inspections of lard at all establishmentp, M~ay, 1930, 112,321,626LF inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 31,173,801 inspection pounds; sausage, 66,44-1,296 inspection pounds, oleumorgarine, 11,4I02,614
inspection pounds.
Corresponding inspections for Mlay, 1929: L~ard, 153,965,9-12 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 38,7-14,0641 inspection pounds; sausage, 69,1-12.044 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 141,008,643
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.)

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


Retained for tuberculosis

Station oa
slaughter Total Passe forl Con-
c~ooklog de~mned


Cattle:
Chicago.....................~. .... ................. 135, 129 46 11 562
Kanhas City-......~... ...~...... ~........._ _________ _.. 61, 610 1:5 7 ~ 26
Omabs.._.~~...~.~._.........................~ 80, 529 6014 2848
Swine:
Chicago.....~....~.....~......~....... ......... 535,;76 7171 1,551
Kansus City;.~...~.............._..._~._.......... 259, 597 13,918i 1601 139
Omaba.....~..............__...... _~........... 22-1, 618 21.001I 225 19)2


1930]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


exposed to it unwholesome. Accordingly, fumigation of official establishments
with "Zyklon-B," or anly similar mixture of hydrocyanic acid with an irritant
warning gas, is prohibited.

BRASS BRANDS FOR MARKING MEAT

In view of the increased cost of brass brands for marking meat and meat food
products, inspectors are requested to make requisition for only such brands as
are actually needed to conduct their meat inspection w~ork properly.

ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN MAY, 1930, UNDER FEDERAL MlEAT
INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTS


Calves Sheecp G oats SwFine


2, 227 2,l 55, G29
2,000 ;,331 ~........_.. ;9, 167
55, 230 252, 401 ........~.. 535, 776
9,306 6. 3 .. 8 ,7-1
b,?"?9 11,.;53 '......~... ;0, 121
1, 381 15 2 .. 2, 3 .9

12.18 I 27,56 36j 31,2>9
to,44 1~ I t,331 ,......_... 100, 097
r9, 715 132,j581 4 59, 59;
jU0,~ 18 ,031 100,397

t?,484I 22,1 I fi SS17
-1, 5741 1 Irt, "'84 16i 251
C,351 19, 143 ...... 6327
7.r20 5, lab 1 4421
1..528 51, 152? 115.245
53. 96? 123,rn li; 1011, 500
52, 0;!0 14,P.39J ..... 170, 31i
1,0 5.19 1~ ~ I .012
84, 188 173 :41 5(. 1.293, 184

420.8681 1,370,144 clI 3, 82!. 597

4. 13,-11.~l 11,012,.3"3 20,;1: 4 2.B999,98
4, 182,Ol 01 12, 61, 080 | 1Y, 751 43, 407 9.53

75, f07 I 307. 109 I I 186, 091


Cattle


Station


Baltim ore... .. 0, 07.3
Buffalo... . . 8,8 ~3
Chicago................~..... .............. 1335, 19
Cincinnati.......~......~.~~.~. ~~........... 24
Cleveland............ .........~.....~ ~...~.. I ,0(08
Denrer........~-.~...........~.~........... .9
Detroit ........................~..........~. 6, 63
Folt Worth...................~............. ... 20,7-12
Indianapolis... ............... .......~....... 1 1.977
Kiansas Cit y ................... ....~......... GI1, t10
Mlilwaukee.................~......... ...... 1382
National Stock Y'ards...~.._.........~......... 26,49 ~l
New York...~...~.... .....~..~................ 30, 017
Omaba.. ................... ............-... 80, 5'9
Philadelphia.............................. l,9t!4
St. Louis.................~~......... ......... 13, 1F54
Siour City............... ....~.................1 3::. 519
South St. Jose~h ............ ................ I41
South St. Paul.~... ................ ..........I 41..E32
W'ichits................................... 5.,979
All other stations ................... ........./ 1?Y, d15

Total: Mlav, 1930.................... .. 1,89. 302
M ay,1929 .... ... .... .... 61 .297
11 ruonths cnded May,;19.10.... : 7ftL,873
11 months ended Mlay, 19'19. ... 2 -S06
New York, Brooklyn, Jersey' City, and
N'ewark; I... ................... ............) 36, 699













CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, APRIL, 1930


Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine


Em aciat ion...... ............~... ...............~........ 460 103 168 40
Hog cholera. ....... 999........~.... I.~. .........I..
I nflam matory, d isea.BSe................... ........ ...... 1, 155 268 409 2, 674
Immaturity ........~.............................I... &LO...~......~..~ ~~...... ....
Tuberculosis ................ ............... 1,998 52 1 3, 148
Other ca uses........~..... ..~.......................~... 861 220 431 3, 589

Tot l. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 4, 741,183 1,009 10,450



IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

The statements following shiow t~he imports of food animals and of meats and
mieat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during Mlay,
1930, w~ith figures for other periods for comparison.

Impiorts of food animals


Count try of ex~port Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


Aletico.. ................... ..... .............. .............. 32, 38.5 ...... ,1.........
Canslas............ ............-....- ...--......... .......... ;, 5b5 6 131 4
E n g la n d . .. . .. .. s .
SPi~nc), New South W\ales ................... ................ I.......... I. ......I 1.
Virgin Isllnd!s Iro Porro Ri~o)l....~....... ....................... 16 ......... .. .

Tlotal. May?, Il30. ................... .......... ......... 40, 130) 6 3, 5:0 4
XIlay,1929~.............. .................. .......... r*4,10.51 62 ,411
11 months endtd Mla\, 130 ....................... 9.2 ,6 11,35; 152
11 months ended~ Ma\ Y,1929.................... .. 35,42 2,9r.12 37, 491 211



Imnported mecats anid meat food productsu


Fresh and refrigerated
County of xportCured and Other mear Total
County oleporfcannd products weight
Beef Other


Pounds PounRds Pounds Pouendsp Pou nds
A rgen ti na ............... .... .............. ....... .... ...... ...... 4, 501, 158 5, 414,057
A ust ralia...................... .... -. ... .. 19, 089 50 1............1 6, 434 26,47;3
Brazil...~..................~....~.............. ...... 990.775 I...........~ ~ 990),7:5
Canada..........~......................... 99, 9t.4 67i5, 585 221, 155 106, 665 1, 106, 369
New Zealand................~~.............. 347;.25 ?Y ..~...~.1.~~.....~.l~................. 347, 282
Paraguay ~.......................~............... ...... 602,218 33, 550 635, 768
U~rugusy.~......~....................... ...... ....... 3, 325, 415 1~.~......... 3, 325, 415
Other rcountires..................~... ....... 209, 344 ............1 10;,;30 139, 500 456, 574

Total: May,' 19.30............. ....... (j7G. 5;' 6;. 5635 9, 751, 451 291, 568 I, 305, 233
Mra?',1929 ... ................. 1, 15;, 649 1, 344. 817 9, 039, 058 990, 505 12, 532, 059
11 mont hs ended Al ay, 1930. 23. 553, 075 6, 044, 560 8;. 22), 88 :, 728, 500 124, 548. 023
11 months endel M ay~, 1929. .l 47, 16-1, 157 13, 510, 153 80, 540,299 10, 684, 566 151, 899, 175


Condemned in Alay, 1930: Beef. 1,924 pounds, pork, 250 pounds; total, 2,174 pounds.
Refused entry~. Beef, 241,76-0 pounds: rpork, 479j pounds; total, 25,239 pounds.


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDjUSTRY


[June,












FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL

Name and specimen signature of a foreign official w~ho has been authorized
by his national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspectioni certificates
for meat and meat food products exported to the United States.


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION W'ORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, M'AY, 1930


Aer- Herds
credl- under
ired super-
herds vision


31- / .4

14 ,8.5




1,3051 6,51'


102 97l

'Oh31 463,67
66 40, j61



1616 103, 3;


131 3,"9?

(r6,1 413,;$
9,1201 33,02~

1, 8091 6, 00;


2810,261


~


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMlENTS


1930]


Signature


FRANCE

Mr. Mandrds.........__ ...


Name Removed From List


FRANCE: Ed. Seres.


Tuberculin tersts
during mlonth


Cat-





67
8





19







40

aS


Herds
or



2,491
341
510

21
1,344





I, 106 ,
3,559


6,407

1, 117
1,0


65,5
1,00



6,66
310


Total to da


State





Al1a.....
Ariz.....
Ark..
Calif. ..

Colo...
Conno .

Del. ..

Fla....

Idaho...

Ind.....


Kans....


La......

M~d....

Mass...

Mlich...
MIinn..


Inspector in charge


State official


OInce-
tested
free
berds


11.'211


;,.:05

3,30







16,-10, 6

37, 123


23,60

152,3681




42.04 o


te8


R. E. Jackson..... I C. A. c~ar-. Auburn.
F L. Ahnneeder. I R. J. Hight, Phnoent.
W~. A. MlcLonarld. J. H. But, Little Rock.
R. Sny'der......... J. P Iverson, :3era-
Imemro.
W. E. Howre......| I G;. Lamb, D~envecr.
R L. Smith....... Charles Johnson, HIart-
ford .
E. B. Simond-s....l O. A\. Newton, Bridge-
\ille.
A E. W'ight.. .............- -
L O c. F ish......... J. V. K nappf, TallahasCee.
A L. lirlemzn...l J. 11. Suitton, Atlanta.
W\. A. Sulli\van .... A. J. Dilck man, Bolse.
J. J. Lintner ...... D W~. Robison, Spring-
drild.
J. E. Gibson......: Frank H. Brown, Indian-
I polls-.
J. A. Barger.......J hi G. Thornburg, Des

N. L. Townsend .. J. HI. M~erc~er. To~peksi.
W~. F. Biles. ...... D). E. We'stmiorland,
Frank;fort.
0.T.Cole........ E. P. Flowe~r, Baton
Rouge
G. R. Caldwell.... H. hI. Tucker, Augusta.
E. B. Simonds.~... James B. GORrge, Bsiti-
more
E.A. \Crossman... E. F. Ric~hardson, Bos-

T. S. Rich ........ C. HI. Clark, Lansing.
WV. J. FretL ....... C'. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
H. Robbins ....... B. Bradshawf,Jackson.


8
3
l
3

9
0

d

6
6
3
4


0

1

5
9

4

5
6

?


1


Cattle
tested







21,40


547

10

3.;11

130,17

108,303




11,645


13,60

39,68
114,34





State







Mlont...
Nebr. ...
Ner.....
N. ]I....

N. Mlex.

N. Y....
N. C....
N. Dak .
Ohio.~...

Okla.~...

Oreg.~...

R. I~.....

S. C... .
S. Dak..
Tenn....


Utah.~..





Was~h...


W2is....

Wyo3'....

Total .


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[June.


Surnrary of tuberculosis-eradicalfon wrorke in cooperat~ion with Stales, Mlay, 1980--
Continued iI


Tuberculin tests
during month


Herds Cate Cat-
lrs tested



1, 1831 II, 194I 14


3,06 43,810 155
20 4,018 1
1, 427 16, 39 216
3 4, 747 0
170 2,45 16

11,93 160, 115425

2, 4 38, 9-1 23
10,80 85, 963 89,

811 3, 23 2

4, 02 28, 91 61
6, 614 52,282,4
46 1, 19 7

93 4,515 3,
20 6, 81 3I
,43 11,324. 29
6;51 11.604 43

1, 89 8, 324 15

1, 5541 35,63 51

3, 6141 19, 37 ?

2, 2151 20, 864 11
2,30 11,988. 2

5, 35 121, 50; 45



l l2, 973 1,37 6 8,62


8tate official





H. A. Wilson, Jefferson
City.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
C. B. Hays, Lincoln.
Edward Records, Reno. "
A. L. Felk~er, Concord.
J. B. M~cNeil, Trenton.
Mlat Keenan, Albuguer-
que.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
William M~oore. Raleigh.
W. F. Crew~e, Bismarek.
C. M~cCandless, Colum-
bus.
C. C. Bisel, Oklahoma
City.
W. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. M~unce, Harrisburg
T. E. Robinson, Prov-
idence.
W. K. Lew-is, Columbia.
T. H. Ruth, Pierre.
J. Mi. Jones, Nashville.
N. F. W~illiams, Fort
W'ortb.
W'. H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake City.
:Edwfard H. Jones, M~ont-
pelier.
B. C.* Givens, Rich-
mon d.
Robert Prior, Oly~mpia.
John WV. Smith, Charles-
tOD.
Walter Wisnicky, M~adi-
SOD.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.


Total to date


Once- Ae- Herds InLspector in charge
tested cred- under
free ited super-
herds herds vision


81, 662161 85, 3861 Ralph Graham....

32,34 6 36, 12 J. W. M~urdoch~...
79, 372 1231 80,28 A. B. Francis.....
2, 1921 161 2, 501 L. C. Butterfield~..
3, 2901 4,4601 8, 10 E. A. Crossman...
4,5991 3,4641 11.855 W. G. M~iddleton.
2,77241 2, 8761 F. L. Schneider ...

27,4900 79,2131 116,6461 H. B. Leonard....
256, 617i 3071 256,9211 W. C. Dendinger.
56, 721 5, 347 68, 4961 H. H. Cohen our ..
207, 2;01 8291 213, 6361 A. J. De Fosset ...

2, 879 2761 3, 1681 L. J. Allen...~.....

26, 506 43;3 27, 010( S. B. Foster..~.....
11;, 0531 6, 009 133 I402 J. B. Reidy .......
249(J 1341 ;131 E. A. Crossman...

69, 5391 Ill 69, 731 WT. K. Lewfis.~.....
9, 86; 1, 2481 11, 2821 J. O. W'ilson ..
71, 821 1301 7?, 05.5 H. L. Fry.....
551 405( 5;91 H. L. Darby......

10, 5721 991 12, 011 F. E. M~urray..~...

5,3201 7,5191 19, 9381 L. H. Adams....~.

52, 2591 9:14 53, 5061 R. E. Brook ban;.

45, 6941 1001 49, 8371 J. C. Ex line~...~...
61, 9351 6351 63, 739) H. M. New~ton. ...

170 72 1, 54 187, 63J. S. Healy.....~...



2, 410, 341 18,792, 895,610


Y



"i
r
:j
~1













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


1 Fractions denote men devonting part time to the work;.
NOTE.--No work; reported by bureau veterinarians in M~ontane and Urtab.


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



Month or period Total serum C r m Murrr e md Siulanou iti -
I cleared virus

C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
Ma,13...~.-~...........~...... 79. 925, 563 60. 634, 255 78, 393, 022 8, l "3, 355 I,57 4
Macy, 19(29..... .. .. ... 104, 275, ;42 75,006,50 0 9420 ,916 7,611,54 21, 166. 566
1 ] months ended Af sy, 1930.......I ;71, 92. 593 573, 345, a23 6;74, ;94, F.20 -19, 99y5. 012 14,15 6
11 months enderd Alay, 1929....... 869, 679, 316 653, 138l, 825 ;80, 767, 395 53, 749, 291 192, 103, 057


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, MAY, 1930

License No. 6-B w~as issued M~ay 21, 1930, to The Royal Serum Co., a subsid-
iary of Allied Laboratories (Inc.i, Osage and Adams St~reets, Kiansas City,
Kans., for anti~-ho-cholera serum a'nd hog-cholera v~irus.
License No. 6-C as issued M~ay 21. 1930, to Sioux City Serumi Co., a sub-
sidiary of Allied Laboratories (Inc.l, 1100 BlutT Road, Sioux City, Iow~a; (mailing
address, 231-233 Livestock Exchange Building), for anti-hog-cholera serumi and
bog-cholera virus.
License No. 6-D was issued Many 21, 1930, to Sious Falls Serum Co., a sub-
sidiary of ALllied Laboratories (Inic.i, 2000 W'abash Avenue, Sious Falls, S. Dak;.,
for anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus.
Licensse Na. GE'--Ews issuedR citty F YO'HP ta Th United Serum Co., a. sub--
sidiary of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), East 21st Street and Wabhash Avenue.
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License No. 21 was issued May 5, 1930, to the Continental Serum Labora-
tories Co., Isett Avenue, Mluscatine, Iowa, for abortion bacteridi (bovline); anti-
influenza mixed bacterin (equine); autogenic bacterin; blackleg aggression; black-
leg bacteria n; bla ckleg filtrate; black leg vacci ne; can ine-distem per bacteria n (mixed) ;
colon bacterin (bovine); hemnorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; mastitis mixed bac-
terin (bovine); mixed bacterin (avian); mixed-infection bacterin (bovine); mixed-
infection bacterin (swine); navel-ill mixed bacterin (equine); polyvalent. mixed
bacterin (equine).
License No. 124 was issued Mlay 26, 1930, to the Anchor Serum Co., South of
:Stockyards, South Street, St. Joseph, Mo. (Mailing address, Livestock Exchange
Building), for abortion mixed bacterin (bo\ine); pig-scoure mixed bacterin; and
w~hite-scours mixed bacterin (bovine).
LICENSES TERMINATED, MAY, 1930
Licenses No. 21, dated April 23, 1925, and August 22, 1929, issued to the Con-
tinental Serum Laboratories Co., M~uscatine, Iowa, were terminated May 5,
1930, and a new license of the same number issued Mlay 5, 1930, as indicated
above. (This terminates license for anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera
virus.)

WARNING AGAINST POLITICAL ACTIVITY BY DEPARTMENT
EMPLOYEES
Attention is called to the provisions of the notice, signed by the Secretary of
Agriculture, on page 541 of Service and Regulatory Announcements for June,
1928. Under these provisions no employee of the Government w-ill be permitted--
1. To hold a position as a member or officer of any political committee that
solicits funds.
2. To display such obtrusive partisanship as to cause public scandal.
3. To attempt to manipulate party p~rimiaries or conventions.
4. To use his position to bring about his selection as a delegate t~o conven-
tions.
5. To act as chairman of a political convention.
6. To assume thle active conduct of a political convention.
7. To use his position to interfere w~ith an election or to affect the result thereof.
8. To neglect his public duties.
It is the duty of any\ person having knowledge of the violation of any of the
foregoing provisions of the civil-service rules or Crimina~il Code t~o submiit the
facts to the United States Civil Service Commiission, W'ashington, D. C.

INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING MlONTHLY TIME REPORTS
In order to simplify the w~ork, establish uniformity, and maintain more accu-
rate records, the following procedure should b~e carefully observed in the rendition
of mnonthly time reports, Form T-40 (more than 19 Inames), and T-40a (19
names or less).
1. Sunday and holiday spaces must always be left blanrk, unless the employee
actually w~orks, is on sick leave, L. W'. O. P., or as indicated in paragraph 2.
2. Only the symbols indicated at the bottom of the report. should be ursed, and
any dev-iationn from their use must be explained, except that the letter M "
should be used for mnilitary leave, filling in all spaces for Suindays and holidays.
There is nio objection to use of the diagonal, "i" in lieu of the figure "1 ."
3. The last four columns on the form, under the heading "'Leave record since
January I must. be left b~lank unless an employee has some kind of leave during
t he month covered by t he report, and should then be filled in only if the employee
has had previous learle and must not include the current. month's leave.
4. W'hen the regular report is forwarded w~ith the pay roll, an employee's
status for the entire month should be indicated, anticipating the status from the
date of forw~arding to the close of the month. Changes occurring after forwarding
pay roll should be reported as indicated in paragraph 5.
5. When necessary, corrected or supplemental reports should be rendered as
soon as possible after the close of the month. Such supplemental or corrected
report should show only the names of employees whose status on one or more
days w~as different from that indicated on t~he regular report forwarded with the
pay roll and only the dates on which changes' occurred for such employees should
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6. Summuarizing 4 and 5 above: Take a station of 15 employees. The pay roll'
and time report are forwarded, say, Septemnber 22, show~ing all employees as on
duty September 22 to 30, inclusive. September 24 and 25 Johni Doe takes
annual leave which w~as not anticipated on Sept~ember 22. Also, John Jonecs
was on sick leave September 27 to 29 (1930'). The suppllemental time report
should contain only those two names and all spaces would be left blank except.
24 and 25 for Doe and 27, 28 (Sunday),, anid 29 for Jonies. It would be uinder-
stood thlat. the other dates for these employees, as w~ell as the dates for all the other
13 employees, were as originally reported.
7. When reports are prepared with a typewrit.er, care should be t~akeni to see
that thle letter "'L" does not look like the figure ''1."'
8. In the "'Total days employed columni should al~ays be entered the total
number of days for each month, if emuployee is inl a pay status for the entire
miont h, notw~ithstasnding t hat sick and annual leave are taken. Wiheni L. W'. O. P.
is taken, the number to be entered is t he total number of days in t he month, less
the number of days employee was~ on L. W'. O). P.


PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT
Action taken on dockets under the packers anid stockyards act during the
month of Junie, 1930:
Docket No. 310.--H. R. Drake, doing business as the Drake Commission Co.,
market agency, Belt. Railroad & Sto~ck Yards Co., Indianapolis, Ind. On April
3, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued an inquiry and notice, alleging that respond-
ent was insolvent, in that. he was unable to pay? his deb~ts as they became due inl
the usual course of business. A2 hearing wans held on lhlay 19, 1930, at which
time respondents. appeared anid pu'-t in evidlence a bank statemlent and balance
sheet showing that on Alay 15, 1930, he had a balance to his credit. On1 June 5,
1930, the p~roceedinlgs w~ere dismissed.
Docket No. dlS.3-James Dugdale, dealer, Union Stock; Yards, Chicago,. Ill.
On Mayr 21, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued anl inqul~iry and notice, alleging
that. respondent was insolvent, in that he was unlable to pay. his debits as thiey
became due inl the usual course of business. On Junie 4, 1930, resp~ondentt aC-
know~ledged service of the inquiry anid notice of hearing and admiitted thle truth
of the matters and things therein alleged anid waivecd a hearing thereon. On1
Junie 17, 1930, respondent was suspended from registrationi as a dealer for six
months, wit~h leave, however, during said period, to a~pply for revocation of this
suspension upon a showing satisfactory to the Secretary of Agricult ure that he is
then solvent.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violationis of regu-
latory law~s, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-Eight Hour Law
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railw~ay Co. i3 eases)l, $300 penalties.
Baltimore & Ohio R~ailroad Co., $100 penalty.
Chicago & North W'estern Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Fort W2orth & Denver City Railw~ay Co., $100 penalty.
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. (3 cases)i, .$300 penalty.
Internationatl-Creat. Northern Railroad Co., Sr100 peunlty.
M~issouri-K~ansas-Teasrl Railroad Co. (2 cases, 6200 penalties.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (9 cases'i, $Y950 penalties.
Southern Pacific Co., $100 penalty-.
Southern Railw~ay Co. (3 cases, 5300 penalties.
Texas and Pacific Railway Co. <.2 cases), .$200 penalties.








.56 BUREAU. OF ANIMILAL INDITSTR.Y [June, 1930]

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
IThe bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individuall employees, but sends copies to
officers in cearge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.
So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request]
Farmers' Bulletin No. 684 (revised). Sqluab Raising. By Alfred R. Lee,
Animal Husbandryg Division. Pp. 20, figs. 19.
Mliscellaneous Publication No. 79. Anthelmintics for the Removal of Thorn-
Headed Worms from Swine. By Willard H. Wright and H. B. Raffensperger,
Zoological Division. Pp. 12.
Beef Extract as a Source of Vitamin G. By Ralph Hoagland and George G.
Snider, Biochemic Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 11,
June 1, 1930. Kiey No. A-138.
Carotenosis of Bovine Livers Associated with Parenchymatous Degeneration.
By John S. Buckileyv, ebief of Pathological Division, E. C. Joss, Mleat Inspection
Division, G. T. Creech, and James F. Couch, Pathological Division. In Journal
of Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 11, June 1, 1930. Kiey No. A-139.
B. A. I. Order 322, regulations governing the inspection of live poultry and
the inspection, humane treatment, and safe transport of animals for exportation
from the United States. Effective on and after September 1, 1930. Pp. 12.
B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in modified accredited
areas for tuberculosis. Effective M~ay 1, 1930. Pp. 12 (mimeographed),.
Amendment I to B. A. I. Order 3241, declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited areas. Effective June 2, 1930. P. I (mimeographed).
Amendment. 1 to B. A. I. Order No. 321, to prevent, the spread of splenetic,
southern, or Texas fever in cattle. Effective July 1, 1930.
Status of bovine-tubereulosis eradication on area basis. Revised to Mlay 1,
1930. Ma~p and text. P. 1 (mimeographed)r.

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief: JOHN R.. MOHLER.
AIssociate Chief': U. G. HOUCK.
Assistant Chlief': A. W. MILLER.
AIdministralivle Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerki: J. R. C'OHRAN.
Editor: D. S. Bence.
Animal HusbandrU Division: E. W'. SHEETS, chief.
Bi'ochemi~c D~ivisionr: M~. DORSET, chief.
Division of' Hog-Chole~ra CoNtrol: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Div'ision of f'iru-Seram~ ContrlTO: D. I. SK~IDMORE, chief.
Field Inispection~ Division: G. W. POPE, chief.
Ml~eat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Packers and Stockyards Divlision: A. H'. MILLER, chief.
Pathological Division: JoAN S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Ticki Eradicati~io Divisaion: R.. A. RAMkSAYT, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Divi~sion: A. E. W'IGHT, chief.
Zoological Divisioni: hlAUaRIc C. HALL, chief.
Experimlent Station: W. E. COTToN, superintendent.
Of~ic of A-ccountis: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in cha.Pge.
Oft~ce of' Per~sonniel: GEORGE H. RUS8SELL, inl charge.











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S. R. A.-B. A. I. 278. Issued July, 1930United States Department of AgricultureSERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYJUNE, 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, establishment at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officerswhose duties make it desirable for them to hive suh infoin ition, and journals especially concerned. Others desiring copies may obtain themf rom 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 kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTSPageChanges in directory-------------------------------------------------------------47Notice regarding meat inspection -----------------------------------------------------------48Fumigation with "Zyklon-B " prohibited---------------------------------------------48Brass bands for marking meat-------------------------------------------------------49Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, May. 1930 --49Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, May, 1930 --49Causes of condemnation of carcasses, May, 1930 --Imports of food aninials and of meats and iemt food products ---------------------------------50Foreign meat-inspection ottici I ---.----------51Summary of tuberculosis--radication work in cooperation with States, May, 1930 -----------51Summary of hog-cholera-control work, May, 1930 -3----------------3Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses --Licenses issued for biological products, May, 1930 ------------------------------IrLicenses terminated, May, 1930 ------------------------_ 54Warning against political activity by department employees ----------------------------54Instructions regarding monthly time reports --------------------------------------54Proceedings under packers and stockyards act -----------------------------------------Results of prosecutions for violations of laws -------------------New publications of the bureau---------------------------------------------------56Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry--------------------------56CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Granted*138. Sausage Specialties Co. (Inc.), 217 Broonie Street, Newark, N. J.*651-A. Bushwick Pork Packing Co. (Inc.), 109 North Sixth Street, Brooklyn,N. Y.Meat Inspection Withdrawn164. Virginia-Tennessee Ham Co., Church Street, Greeneville, Tenn.471. Baker Packing Co., Lymati Street, Asheville, N. C.From subsidiary, Swift & Company, successors St. Louis DressedBeef & Provision Co., under establishments 3, 3-A, 3-B, 3-C,3-D, 3-E, 3-F, 3-N, 3-NN, 3-WW, 3-AN, 6-A, 6-B, 6-C, 71,and 241, Swift & Co.Meat Inspection Extended6-B. Swift & Co., Chicago, Ill., to include Interstate Packing Co.Change in Name of Official Establishment203-A. The Cudahy Packing Co., 710-722 Sixth Street, San Diego, Calif.,Charles S. Hardy and The Hardy Packing Co., instead of CharlesS. Hardy.Change in Official Number of EstablishmentNo. 52, Nevada Packing Co., Reno, Nev., instead of 72-B.* Conducts slaughtering.994-30 47

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48 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [June,Change in Address of Official Establishment419-Q. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 93 Kennebec Street (mail,P. 0. box 1090, Portland, Me., instead of Cedar and Kennebec Streets).Station DiscontinuedAsheville, N. C., meat inspection. (Remove Doctor Bryan.)Substation DiscontinuedGreeneville, Tenn., meat inspection, under Morristown, Tenn.Change in Official in ChargeDr. R. S. Griffin succeeds Dr. C. A. Johnston as inspector in charge at WallaWalla, Wash.Dr. C. A. Johnston succeeds Dr. F. G. Miller as inspector in charge at Lewiston,Idaho.Dr. F. G. Miller succeeds Dr. A. E. Evans as inspector in charge at Butte,Mont.Dr. A. E. Evans succeeds Dr. E. Himsel (transferred) as inspector in charge atPueblo, Colo.Dr. Ivan L. Barstow succeeds Dr. A. S. Martin (transferred) as inspector incharge at Moscow, Idaho.Dr. Ellis E. McCoy succeeds Dr. W. G. Middleton (deceased) as inspector incharge at Trenton, N. J.Corrections in New DirectoryPage 13. The address of establishment 2-T should be 193-199 Fort GreenePlace and 617-629 Atlantic Avenue, instead of 627-629 Atlantic Avenue.Page 18. Under establishment 59, J. H. Harrington should be J. J. Harrington(Inc.).Page 19. Establishment 80 should be Rohe & Bro., instead of Rohe & Bros.Page 22. The location of establishment 283 should be 621-635 West FortiethStreet, instead of West Fortieth Avenue.Page 26. Remove asterisk preceding establishment 547.Page 28. Establishment 808 should be Ottman & Co. (Inc.), instead of Ottman& Co.Page 43. Establishment 182 should be E. Greenebaum Co., instead of Greene-baum Co.Page 43. Establishment 422 should be A. Frank & Sons, instead of A. Frank& Son.Page 45. The location of establishment 728 should be 1125 Wyckoff Avenue,instead of 1126 Wvckoff Avenue.Page 53. Remove Brooklyn, N. Y., Market No. 31. Market inspection atBrooklyn is conducted under New York Market No. 2.Page 55. The name of the inspector in charge of the hog-cholera field station atAmes, Iowa, should be Dr. C. N. McBryde instead of McBride. The stationconsists of 30 acres instead of 60 acres.The following establishments have no railroad facilities and should be indicated"No sealed cars":*41. International Products Corporation (p. 31).*43. Philip B. Newmark (Inc.).*522. Hygrade Food Products Corporation.*808. Ottman & Co. (Inc.).*910. Pincus & Batt (Inc.).*959. Atlantic Hotel Supply Co.NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIONFUMIGATION WITH "ZYKLON-B" PROHIBITEDA fumigating preparation alleged to consist of hydrocyanic acid and an irritantwarning gas absorbed in diatomaceous earth and which gives off all its gases onexposure to air is being offered to official establishments under the trade name"Zyklon-B." While hvdrocyanic-acid gas is permitted, use of the irritantwarning gas has never been approved. This gas is known to be a poison but hasnot been investigated to determine whether it is capable of rendering meat*.No sealed cars.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 49exposed to it unwholesome. Accordingly, fumigation of official establishmentswith "Zyklon-B," or any similar mixture of hydrocyanic acid with an irritantwarning gas, is prohibited.BRASS BRANDS FOR MARKING MEATIn view of the increased cost of brass brands for marking meat and meat foodproducts, inspectors are requested to make requisition for only such brands asare actually needed to conduct their meat inspection work properly.ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN MAY, 1930, UNDER FEDERAL MEATINSPECTION, BY DISTRICTSStation Cattle Calves Sheep Goats SwineBaltimore.--------------------------------,073 2,227 2,422 -.---.-.-55,029Buffalo ------------------------------------8,843 2, (00 7,331 ---------79, 167Chicago --_--------------------------------135, 129 5.5.230 25', 401 ---------535, 776Cincinnati-------------------------------1 , 467 9, 366 j 6, 359 ---------80, 747Cleveland-..--------------------------, 00S 6, -9 11,753 ---------70, 121Denver----------------------------------7, 639 1, 3S1 15. 129 ---------23,389Detroit _.----------------------------------6, 663 7, 65 *, 464 ----------76, 341Foit Worth _.------------------------------20, 742 12. 11G 27, 956 236 31, 2S.9Indianapolis------------------------------15, 977 6, 440 6, 331 ---------100, 097Kansas City.------------------------------, 61610 i9, 715 132,661 4 259, 597Milwaukee ._.------------------------------13,802 50, 1"1 4,031 ---------100,397National Stock Yards.----------------------26, 499 12. 71)3 27, 47 ---------130, 726New York.--------------------------30, 017 t7, 44 262, 66 1 88,417O m ha .. ....-......80, 529 4, 574 19(, 7S4 16 2 _4, ( 18Omaha------------------------------~0 521 4 16 741 ~ ,1Philadelphia.------------------------------4, 964 351 19,143 ---------76, 327St. Louis.-.-----------------------------13, 154 7.26 5, 188 1 144,210Sioux City -------------.----------35, 19 1, 52s 59, 152 7 115, 245South St. Joseph .--------------------------26, 441 5, 376 123, 660 11 106, 590South St. Paul-----.----------------------41.02 52, 690 14,839 ---------170, 318Wichita ------------------------------------5, 979 1, r56 8. 396 1 61, 012All other stations .-------------------------129, 15 84, 188 173, 841 567 1,293, 184Total: May, 1930.------------.-_ 689.502 420,868 1,370,144 844 3,822,597May, 1929 ------------------. 6, 297 426, 1167 1,201, 852 3. 013 3,797,91811 months ended May, 19,j_ 7, 626, 873 4. 135, 416 14, 012. 33 26,717 42, 999, 98811 months ended May, 1929 ( ,4 4 , 82, 018 12, 661, 080 19, 756 43, 407, 953New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, antdNewarkI-------------------------36,699 75,507 307,109 1 186,0941 The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for New York'" and "Allother stations" and are combined hete to show total in the Greater New Yoik district.11 orses slaughtered in May, 1930-.-. .-----------------------------------------------------8, 677Hoises slaughtered in May, 1929 -.--.-----------------------------------------------------6, 65911 months ended May, 1930--------------------------------------------------------------------122,51811 months ended May, 1929 ------------------------------------------------------10, 947Inspections of lard at all establishments, May, 1930, 142,321,626 inspection pounds; compound and othersubstitutes, 31,173,801 inspection pounds; sausage, 66,444,296 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 11,402,614inspection pounds.Corresponding inspections for May, 1929: Lard, 153,965,842 inspection pounds; compound and othersubstitutes, 38,744,064 inspection pounds; sausage, 69,142,044 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 14,008,643inspection pounds.(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may havebeen inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREEIMPORTANT MARKETS, MAY, 1930Retained for tuberculosisTotalStation slaughterTotal Passed for Con-cooking demnedCattle:Chicago-------------------------------------135,129 4,671 154 562Kansas City----------------------------------61,610 175 7 26Omaha--------------------------------------80,529 604 28 48Swine:Chicago.---_-------------------------------------535,776 71,751 1,157 951Kansas City---------------------------------259, 597 13, 918 160 139Omaha--------------------------------------224,618 21,001 225 192

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50 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [June.CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, APRIL, 1930Cause Cattle Calves Sheep SwineEmaciation ------------------------------------------460 103 168 40Hog cholera --------------------------------------------------------------------999Inflammatory diseases ------------------------------1,155 268 409 2,674Immaturity -----------------------------------------------_-540 -.Tuberculosis--------------------------------------1,998 52 1 3,148Other causes_------------------------------------------861 220 431 3,589Total-----------------------------------------4,474 1,183 1,009 10,450IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOODPRODUCTSThe statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats andmeat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during May,1930, with figures for other periods for comparison.Imports of food animalsCountry of export Cattle Swine Sheep GoatsMexico -----------------------------------------------------32,385 ------------3,414Canada----------------------------------------------------7,585 6 131 4England ------------------------------------------------------------Sydny, New South Wales ----------------------------------.--------------------1Virgin standss (to Porto Rico) ---------------------------------160Total: May, 1930 ---------------------------------------40,130 6 3, 550 4May, 1929 ---------------------------------------64, 105 62 2,541 41i months ended May, 190 ----------------------392, 721 2, 067 11,357 152i months end d Ma y, 1929 ----------------------535, 426 2,942 37,491 244Imported meats and meat food productsFresh and refrigeratedCountry of export Cured and Other meat Totalcanned products weightBeef OtherPounds Pounds Pounds Pounds PounasArgentina--.---------------------------------------------------4,501,158 5,419 4,506,577Australia---------------------------------19,989 50 --------6,434 26, 473Bramil---------------------------------------------------------990, 775 --.--. 990, 775Canada-----------------------------------99,964 675,585 224, i55 106, 665 1,106,369New Zealand-----------------------------347, 282 --------------------------------347, 282Paraguay----------------------------------------------------602, 218 33, 550 635, 768Uruguay-----.----------------------------------------------3,325, 415 ------------3,325,415Other oountires---------------------------209,344 -----------107,730 139,500 456,574Total: May, 1930 -------------------676, 579 675, 635 9,751,451 291, 568 11,395,233May, 1929 -------------------1, 157,649 1,344,847 9, 039,058 990,505 12,532,05911 months ende'i A1 ay, 1930 -23, 553, 075 6, 044,560 87, 221, 888 7,728, 500 124, 548,02311 months ended May, 1929 -47, 164, 157 13, 510, 153 80, 540, 299 10, 684, 566 151, 899.175Condemned in May, 1930: Beef, 1,924 pounds; pork, 250 pounds; total, 2,174 pounds.Refused entry: Beef, 24,760 pounds: pork, 479 pounds; total, 25,239 pounds.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 51FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALName and specimen signature of a foreign official who has been authorizedby his national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certificatesfor meat and meat food products exported to the United States.Country and name SignatureFRANCEMr. MandresName Removed From ListFRANCE: Ed. Seres. SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-TION WITH STATES, MAY, 1930Tuberculin tests Total to dateduring monthState Herds CatOnceAcherds Inspector in charge State officialCattle tested credunderor ter-lots tested cted free ited siper-herds herds visionAla-._ 2, 491t 17, 15, 2 11, 251 317 15,83x R. E. Jackson_ C. A. Cary, Auburn.Ariz 940 7, 9i; 67 8, 44 46 .573i F. L. SchneilerR. J. Hight, Phoenix.Ark ---341 4,488 8 12,269 10 12,2941 W. A. Mc)onald J. 11. Bux, Little Rock.Calif.-510 21, 410 18 7, .50 140j 7, 983 I. Snyder --------J. P. Iverson, Sacra-Cnot o.Co_ _ 21 547 19 1, 47S: 180 2, 069 W. E. Howe C. G. Lamb, Denver.Conn --1, 344 21, 258 813 3, 360 3, 202 7,129 R. L. Smith -------Charles Johnson, Hart-ford.Del--. 4861 5,516 597 4, 538 1, 305 6,519 E. B. Simonds 0. A. Newton, Bridge-I ville.D. C 0 0 0 44 1 46 A. E. Wight -Fla 106 5, 794; 58 8, 145 102 8. 976 J. G. Fish----_ J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. Ga 3, 5 9 10, 693: 2 46, 640 31 46, 673 A. L. hlirleman J. M. Sutton, Atlanta.Idaho -390 3, 712 14 37, 175 66 40, 444 W. A. Sullivan-A. J. t)ickman, Boise.Ill -12, 825 130, 167 3, 038 23:, 600 5.566 173, 494 J. J. Lintner -). W .Robison, Spring-field.Ind 3, 777 36,080 70 152,367 20,893 173,770: J. E. Gibson -Frank 11. Brown, Indian-apolsIowa 6 407 108,30 1,889 140, 074 2, 991 213,561 J. A. Barger ------G. T hornburg, Des-Moines.Kans 1, 117 12, 469 59 102, 585 616 103, 375 N. L. Townsend J. H. Mercer, Topeka.Ky 1, 107 8, 144 19 7S, 966 41 80,869 W. F. Biles -------D. E. Westmorland,Frankfort.La 481 11, 645 277 3,120 13 3,294 G. T. Cole -------E. P. Flower, BatonRouge. Me 655' 7,410 6 42. 694 961 43, 755( G. R. Caldwell .M. Tucker, Augusta.Md1,800 18, 746 420 16, 256 9,120 33,026 E .B. Simonds James B. George, Balti-more.Mass_ 822 13,660 304 3,026 1,809 6,007 E. A. Crossman E. F. Richardson, Bos-ton.Mich 4,158 39, 698 160 183,681 74 185,070 T. S. Rich --------C. 11. Clark, Lansing.Minn6,666 114,334 793 102,286 9,097 112,480 W. J. Fretz C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.Miss-._ 310 2, 290 31 10, 233 28 10,2611 11. RobbinsG. B. Bradshaw, Jackson.

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52 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [June.Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, May, 1930-ContinuedTuberculin tests Total to dateduring month State OnceAcHerds Inspector in charge State officialHerds Cattle Cat tested credunderor tested tle refree ited super-lots acted herds herds visionMo.---1,183 11,1941 14 81, 566' 216 85,386 Ralph Graham. H. A. Wilson, JeffersonCity.Mont.230 4,461; 11 32, 834 62 36, 162 J. W. Murdoch. W. J. Butler, Helena.Nebr_.-. 3,066 43, 810: 155 79, 372 123 80, 284 A. H. Francis -C. H. Hays, Lincoln.Nev_. 200 4,018 51 2, 192 16 2,501 L. C. Butterfield_ Edward Records, Reno.N. H ---1,427 16, 339 216 3, 290 4,460 8,108 E. A. Crossman_. A. L. Felker, Concord.N. J.--.397 4,747 206 4, 599 3,464 11,855 W. G. Middleton_ J. H. McNeil, Trenton.N. Mex_ 170 2,452 16 2, 777 24 2,876 F. L. Schneider. Mat Keenan, Albuquer-que.N. Y-.-11, 939 160,115 4,325 27, 490 79, 213 116, 646 H. B. Leonard--.E. T. Faulder, Albany.N. C-. 260 3,219 1 256,617 307 256, 924 W. C. Dendinger. William Moore, Raleigh.N. Dak2, 049 38, 942 273 56,772 5,347 68,496 H. H. Cohenour-. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.Ohio. 10,850 85,983 809[ 207,270 829 213, 636 A. J. De Fosset-. C. McCandless, Colum-bus.Okla.--81 3,263 2, 2,879 276 3,168 L. J. Allen------C. C. Hisel, OklahomaCity.Oreg.--4,092 28,971 61! 26, 506 473 27,010 S. B. Foster---W. H. Lytle, Salem.Pa-----6,614 52,278 2,448 117, 053 6,009 133,402 J. B. Reidy -----T. E. Munce, HarrisburgR. I-.46 1,197 47 249 134 713 E. A. Crossman. T. E. Robinson, Prov-idence.S. C -_. 993 4,515 3 69, 559 111 69, 731 W. K. Lewis_ -W. K. Lewis, Columbia.S. Dak. 250 6,819 391 9,867 1,248 11,282 J. 0. Wilson -.--T. H. Ruth, Pierre.Tenn.--. 1, 423 11, 324 29 71,821 130 72,055 H. L. Fry -------J. M. Jones, Nashville.Tex ---651 11, 604 431 58 405 579 H. L. Darby-_-N. F. Williams, FortWorth.Utah .1, 189 8,324 115 10,572 99 12, 011 F. E. Murray--. W. H. Hendricks, SaltLake City.Vt-----1,554 35,063 354 5,320 7,519 19,938 L. H. Adams--Edward 11. Jones, Mont-pelier.Va-----3,614 19,327 79 52, 259 974 53,506 R. E. Brookbank. H. C. Givens, Rich-mond.Wash.2,215 20,864 181 45,694 100 49,837 J. C. Exline-----Robert Prior, Olympia.W. Va._ 2,302 11,988 23 61,935 635. 63,739 H. M. Newton---John W. Smith, Charles-ton.Wis.-. 5,835 124,507 456 170, 742 12, 954 187,683 J. S. Healy------Walter Wisnicky, Madi-son.Wyo ----.-------------11,211 3 12,576 John T. Dallas.H. D. Port, Cheyenne.Total .112,973 1, 317, 469 18, 762 2, 410, 341 18l, 749 2, 895, 610

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 53SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, MAY, 1930Demonstrations Out-Bureau I breaksBurauFarms FarmsveteriPremAutopre-S narians -Meetises sies quarancleaned portedState eggdings adnet-pr tined and tonet dressed g NumHogs r or disinbureauwin gated ber treated carded fected veteri-work veeinariansAlabama-----------------1 ------110 3 54 1Arkansas------------------_----1 48 1 1 --------------19California--------.13--------3-----------..-----2Colorado------------------1 2 31 1 150 7 1--------_--------5Florida_ _.--------------------1.5 3 78 21 730 14 ----------------11Georgia _ .------------------1.33 -------92 8 153 5 -_ -12Idaho.--.-------------------.33 3 55 4 218 4 ----1Illinois --------------------3 4 296 4 161 57 -------16 25Indiana---------------------2 ----lf _ 166 19 2 ------13Iowa---.------------.---. 2 -------60 1 65 9------------55Kansas--------------------_ 1 92 --5--------------1Kentucky ---------------2 5 255 ---------------14 -------1 8Louisiana -----------------I ---72 4 83 --------------------3Maryland -----------------2 a 332 1 34 12 1 .---.-15M ichigan .---------------2 -------50 1 90 -------_ --------------. 8Mississippi----------------1.03 -------101 60 412 -----------------------. 1Missouri------------------1 4 71 ---------------4 ---------------6Nebraska.------------------.25 -16 -------------------------------4North Carolina_------------1 _.-__36 1 276 2------------------Ohio-------------------.-----1 .-17 1 140 8 ----------------25Oklahoma-----------------I-61 --------------2------------------South Carolina------------1 -------49 37 671 ----------------------15South Dakota ---------------.5 --.; 0--------------10 -----------------Tennessee------1 1 76 6 ---------------38Texas.--------------------1 -------69 -----------------------1 15Virginia. _.------------------1 1 261 --------------------------------2Washington.------.-------125 111 3 47 9 5 1Oregon.----------------1.J -West Virginia --.33 .-.---13 6 40 1 ---------------2Wisconsin------.-.-1 .-27 2 100 6 2 -----.-4Total--------33.65 32 2,654 159 3,424 207 11 19 3041 Fractions denote men devoting part time to the work.NOTE-No work reported by bureau veterinarians in Montana and Utah.ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCEDUNDER LICENSESHyperimHyperim-Month or period Total serum completed mune blood iuaneous munizingcleared r virusC.c. C.c. Cc. Cc Cc.May, 1930 ---------------------79, 925, 583 60, 634, 255 78, 393, 022 8, 173, 355 1 16, 527, 545May, 1929.-------_--------------104,275,742 75,006, 500 94,200,916 7,611,842 21,466,56611 months ended May, 1930------771,792,593 573,345,823 674,794,620 49,995,012 154,315, 76111 months ended May, 1929------869,679,316 653, 138, 828 780. 767, 395 53,749,291 192,103,057LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, MAY, 1930License No. 6-B was issued May 21, 1930, to The Royal Serum Co., a subsid-iary of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), Osage and Adams Streets, Kansas City,Kans., for anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus.License No. 6-C was issued May 21, 1930, to Sioux City Serum Co., a sub-sidiary of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), 1100 Bluff Road, Sioux City, Iowa; (mailingaddress, 231-233 Livestock Exchange Building), for anti-hog-cholera serum andhog-cholera virus.License No. 6-D was issued May 21, 1930, to Sioux Falls Serum Co., a sub-sidiary of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), 2000 Wabash Avenue, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.,for anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus.License No. 6-Y was issued XLay 21.1930, t. The United Serum Co., a sub-sidiarv of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), East 21st Street and Wabash Avenue,,Wichita, Kans., for anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus.

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54 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [June,License No. 21 was issued May 5, 1930, to the Continental Serum Laboratories Co., Isett Avenue, Muscatine, Iowa, for abortion bacterin (bovine); anti-influenza mixed bacterin (equine); autogenic bacterin; blackleg aggressin; black-leg bacterin; blackleg filtrate; blackleg vaccine; canine-distemper bacterin (mixed);colon bacterin (bovine); hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; mastitis mixed bac-terin (bovine); mixed bacterin (avian); mixed-infection bacterin (bovine); mixed-infection bacterin (swine); navel-ill mixed bacterin (equine); polyvalent mixedbacterin (equine). License No. 124 was issued May 26, 1930, to the Anchor Serum Co., South ofStockyards, South Street, St. Joseph, Mo. (Mailing address, Livestock ExchangeBuilding), for abortion mixed bacterin (bovine); pig-scours mixed bacterin; andwhite-scours mixed bacterin (bovine).LICENSES TERMINATED, MAY, 1930Licenses No. 21, dated April 23, 1925, and August 22, 1929, issued to the Con-tinental Serum Laboratories Co., Muscatine, Iowa, were terminated May 5,1930, and a new license of the same number issued May 5, 1930, as indicatedabove. (This terminates license for anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-choleravirus.)WARNING AGAINST POLITICAL ACTIVITY BY DEPARTMENTEMPLOYEESAttention is called to the provisions of the notice, signed by the Secretary ofAgriculture, on page 54 of Service and Regulatory Announcements for June,1928. Under these provisions no employee of the Government will be permitted-1. To hold a position as a member or officer of any political committee thatsolicits funds.2. To display such obtrusive partisanship as to cause public scandal.3. To attempt to manipulate party primaries or conventions.4. To use his position to bring about his selection as a delegate to conven-tions.5. To act as chairman of a political convention.6. To assume the active conduct of a political convention.7. To use his position to interfere with an election or to affect the result thereof.8. To neglect his public duties.It is the duty of any person having knowledge of the violation of any of theforegoing provisions of the civil-service rules or Criminal Code to submit thefacts to the United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, D. C.INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING MONTHLY TIME REPORTSIn order to simplify the work, establish uniformity, and maintain more accu-rate records, the following procedure should be carefully observed in the renditionof monthly time reports, Form T-40 (more than 19 names), and T-40a (19names or less).1. Sunday and holiday spaces must always be left blank, unless the employeeactually works, is on sick leave, L. W. 0. P., or as indicated in paragraph 2.2. Only the symbols indicated at the bottom of the report should be used, andany deviation from their use must be explained, except that the letter " M "should be used for military leave, filling in all spaces for Sundays and holidays.There is no objection to use of the diagonal, "/" in lieu of the figure "1."3. The last four columns on the form, under the heading "Leave record sinceJanuary 1'" must be left blank unless an employee has some kind of leave duringthe month covered by the report, and should then be filled in only if the employeehas had previous leave and must not include the current month's leave.4. When the regular report is forwarded with the pay roll, an employee'sstatus for the entire month should be indicated, anticipating the status from thedate of forwarding to the close of the month. Changes occurring after forwardingpay roll should be reported as indicated in paragraph 5.5. When necessary, corrected or supplemental reports should be rendered assoon as possible after the close of the month. Such supplemental or correctedreport should show only the names of employees whose status on one or moredays was different from that indicated on the regular report forwarded with thepay roll and only the dates on which changes occurred for such employees shouldbe indicated, leaving the others blank.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 556. Summarizing 4 and 5 above: Take a station of 15 employees. The pay roll'and time report are forwarded, say, September 22, showing all employees as onduty September 22 to 30, inclusive. September 24 and 25 John Doe takes annual leave which was not anticipated on September 22. Also, John Joneswas on sick leave September 27 to 29 (1930). The supplemental time reportshould contain only those two names and all spaces would be left blank except24 and 25 for Doe and 27, 28 (Sunday), and 29 for Jones. It would be under-stood that the other dates for these employees, as well as the dates for all the other13 employees, were as originally reported.7. When reports are prepared with a typewriter, care should be taken to seethat the letter " L " does not look like the figure "1.'"S. In the "Total days employed'" column should always be entered the totalnumber of days for each month, if employee is in a pay status for the entiremonth, notwithstanding that sick and annual leave are taken. When L. W. 0. P.is taken, the number to be entered is the total number of days in the month, lessthe number of days employee was on L. W. 0. P.PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACTAction taken on dockets under the packers and stockyards act during themonth of June, 1930:Docket No. 310.-H. R. Drake, doing business as the Drake Commission Co.,market agency, Belt Railroad & Stuck Yards Co., Indianapolis, Ind. On April3, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued anm inquiry and notice, alleging that respond-ent was insolvent, in that he was unable to pay his debts as they became due inthe usual course of business. A hearing was held on May 19, 1930, at whichtime respondent appeared and put in evidence a bank statement and balancesheet showing that on May 15, 1930, he had a balance to his credit. On June 5,1930, the proceedings were dismissedd.Docket No. 313.-James Dugdale, dealer, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Ill.On May 21, 1930, the Acting Secretary issued an inquirv and notice, allegingthat respondent was insolvent, in that he was unable to pay his debts as theybecame due in the usual course of business. On June 4, 1930, respon'dent ac-knowledged service of the inquiry and notice of hearing and admitted the truthof the matters and things therein alleged and waived a hearing thereon. OnJune 17, 1930, respondent was suspended from registration as a dealer for sixmonths, with leave, however, during said period, to apply for revocation of thissuspension upon a showing satisfactory to the Secretary of Agriculture that he isthen solvent.RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWSPenalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-latory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:Twenty-Eight Hour LawAtchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties.Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Chicago & North Western Railway Co., $100 pellalty.Fort Worth & Denver City Railway Co., $100 penalty.Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 penalty.International-Great Northern Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Co. (2 cases), 8200 penalties. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (9 cases), $950 penalties. Southern Pacific Co., $100 penalty.Southern Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties.Texas and Pacific Railway Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties.

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56 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [June, 1930]NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies toofficers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request]Farmers' Bulletin No. 684 (revised). Squab Raising. By Alfred R. Lee,Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 20, figs. 19.Miscellaneous Publication No. 79. Anthelmintics for the Removal of Thorn-Headed Worms from Swine. By Willard H. Wright and H. B. Raffensperger,Zoological Division. Pp. 12.Beef Extract as a Source of Vitamin G. By Ralph Hoagland and George G.Snider, Biochemic Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 11,June 1, 1930. Key No. A-138.Carotenosis of Bovine Livers Associated with Parenchymatous Degeneration.By John S. Buckley, chief of Pathological Division, E. C. Joss, Meat InspectionDivision, G. T. Creech, and James F. Couch, Pathological Division. In Journalof Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 11, June 1, 1930. Key No. A-139.B. A. I. Order 322, regulations governing the inspection of live poultry andthe inspection, humane treatment, and safe transport of animals for exportationfrom the United States. Effective on and after September 1, 1930. Pp. 12.B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed in modified accredited areas for tuberculosis. Effective May 1, 1930. Pp. 12 (mimeographed).Amendment 1 to B. A. I. Order 324, declaring names of counties placed inmodified accredited areas. Effective June 2, 1930. P. 1 (mimeographed).Amendment 1 to B. A. I. Order No. 321, to prevent the spread of splenetic, southern, or Texas fever in cattle. Effective July 1, 1930.Status of bovine-tuberculosis eradication on area basis. Revised to May 1,1930. Map and text. P. 1 (mimeographed).ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYChief: 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 Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief.Biochemic Division: M. DORSET, chief.Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief.Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, chief.Pathological Division: JOHN S. BUCKLEY, chief.Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief.Zoological 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.U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1930For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. ........Price, 5 centsSubscription price, 25 cents a year

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