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9. R. A.--B. A. I. 2741 [ ` sCed Mabrch, 1930

United States Departmei ~~ gr~lted




SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

FEBRUARY, 1930



[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, inst t8~or rulings, etc.,
e oncerning the work of the Bumoau of Amimal Industry. Free distribution is I e~td to sons in the
services of the bureau, establishment at which the Federal meat inspection i ducted, ~blic officers
whose duties make it desirable for them to hav-e such information, an ~uSr~ speciall concern d..
Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of ~Eu rn~~~_~ mee Printing
Office, W'ashington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A utp w each fcilin
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should IgraI~fply Ah[ t e~cops ~to me bers of
his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.l



CONT~iNTS'~~~ ,** rQ
> .. d Page
Changes in directory............~...~... ~......~~, ~......... .t.......... ........_~~__. 9
Notices regarding meat inspection..........~ ~..~~.~............. .......II.;~.. ..'....s........... 10
Animal casings of foreign origin.~...~..........~.~...\......... \....cf.....,~~~~-~~ .,............ 10
Shipments of mears requiring special superv-ision............. .......:a... ...., ......~........~ 10
Paper in contact w~ith fresh meat shipped in slack barrels..~.~~.........-....~..~~-.............. 10
Use of barium carbonate, red squill, and so~dium fluoride. .................. 10
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection January,~~_:::: 930............................ II
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important~mark~ets, January, 1930~-..-....... 11
Causes of condemnation of eareasses, December, 1929.~.~....~....................... ................. 11
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products~~.. ..~..~...~.~~~~~..................~ 12
Foreign meat-inspection official........... ._______....~_~.~.......................................... 12
Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, January, 19r30.~.......~...... 13
Permitted disinfectants~..~. --.~....... ....__~~...~~~~...~......................~.................... 14
Anti-hog-cholera serum and bog-cholera virus produced under licenses.~-~.......................... 16
Permits issued for biological products in January, 1930.~.-~r...~...:....~.--~.................... 16
Biologic products other than anti-bog-cholera serum and bog-cholera virus produced by licensed
establishments during the calendar year ended December 31, 1929 ~.~.................-~........... 16
Summary of bog-cholera-control work, January, 1930~.~-...~..~ ~~~............................ 17
Proceedings under the packers and stockyards ac~t........~..~~ .............................~~~~-~~ 17
Contracts and agreements with public utilities......... ~~......~~~.~...........~~..~. ..~-..~........ 17
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws.-....~....... ~~~~~~.~...... _........~...~.........~...... 18
New publications of the bureau...........~.......~~.-~~................ ................ ............ -18
Organization of the Bureau of A4nimal Industryv.. .......~....................~ ..~ ..~.~.......~...... 18



CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inspecfton Granted

41. International Products Corporation, Arlington Avenue, Arlington, State~n
Island, N. Y.
8071. Boston Sausage & Provisionr Co., 411 Commercial Street; mail, 167 Black-
stone Street, Boston, Miass.

Meat Inspection Withdrawn

1-Y. Armour & Co., Mlemphis, Tenn.
230. Hedlund & Co., Seattle, W~ash.
945. George Nye Co., Springfield, Alass.
100508--30 9







10 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Februay,

Change la Name o OB~elal Establieluent

310. Cox & Gordon (Inc.), and Cox & Gordon Packing Co., 1019 South Third
Street, St. Louis, Mo., instead of previous name.
*'892. Sambol & Rollwagon Packing Co., Shawnee Street at Railroad, Kasnsas
City, Kans., instead of previous name.
New Substation

Arlington, Staten Island, N. Y., meat inspection under New York, N. Y.

NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
SCertificates 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 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 owing to the fact that the high officials are
changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Official title Foreign country
Minister of Agriculture.............................. Estonia,

SHIPMENTS OF MEATS REQUIRING SPECIAL SUPERVISION

Referring to shipments between officiall establishments of meat passed for
sterilization, fresh pork for Great Britain, and 20-day 5-degree pork, in view of the
restrictions necessary in handling these products hereafter railroad cars contain-
ing any of them shall be sealed regardless of the quantity shipped. The precau-
tion of sealing the cars should not be construed as waiving previous instructions
governing the handling of these products.
PAPER IN CONTACT WYITHZ FRESH MEAT SHIPPED IN SLACK BARRELS

Paper used for covering or lining slack barrels in contact with fresh meat should
be of a kind which does not tear during such use but will remain intact when
moistened by the meat juices and not disintegrate.
USE OF BARIUMI CARBONATE, RED SQUILL, AND SODIUM FLUORIDE

The use of barium carbonate anld red squill as rat poisons, and of sodium
~fluoride as a roach exterminator, may be permitted without submitting samples
for laboratory examination when these substances are furnished by known,
reputable dealers in drugs or chemicals and there is no reason for suspecting the
presence of objectionable impurities or poisons in them. A like exception from
laboratory exammnation may be made in the case of proprietaryv preparations of
which the active constituent is barium carbonate, red squill, or sodium fluoride,
when such preparations are plainly labeled to show one or more of these substances
as the active constituent. The substances must be used only under the restric-
tions appropriate to each. Reference is made to Service and Regulatory
Announcements for April, 1915, page 43, June, 1923, page 55, and June, 1928,
page 49, for the restrictions applicable to sodium fluoride, barium carbonate, and
red squill, respectivelyl.

Conducts slarughtering.




























































































I I


1950]


Swine
75-
1, 824
3,075



13, 860


Cause


Cattle

617

1, 145

2, 412
1,345


Calves

136

265
259
31
153


Sheep

515

748

1
524


Emaciat ion .......................................
B og cholera......... ........ ....... ........ .._....
Inflammatory diseases-...-...,.-......................
Immaturity. .-.............-..........-...............
Tuberculosis...........................................
A ll other causes............. ............. ............

T otal........ ........ ........ ........ ........


6, 519


1, 788


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, BY
DISTRICTS, JANUARY, 1930


Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swine


Baltimore....--............................. 6, 366 686 0 4 1 74, 688
Buf Islo.........................-... -....... 7, 704 1, 815 5,19 .... .. 2 1
Chicago................-----................ 120, 066 43, 671 207, 072 .... 7065
C~incinnati................................ 13, 054 5, 478 4, 503 5 90, 802
Cleveland................................. 8, 162 ,25 1,75 ..... 64, 605
Denver._.................... -..-......... 8,808 173 1671 .... 52,960
Detroit.................................... 8, 004 6, 333 13, 333 1 106, 104r
Fort Worth_................................ 24,781 26,599 22 357 13 27,455
Indianapolis....._-,... -................. 17, 540 4, 70 6n, 530 ...... 174, 75
Kansas City................................. 73, 974 1,92 12 1 7 29 2
M~ilwaukee,-.............................. 15, 402 .P48 861 8519 ... 131, 216
National stock yards........................ 25, 119 3,46 2 108 9,58
NewYok........................ 32, 703 52, 692 220, 020 ...... 125, 360
Omaba~-_-_..........--~-~................. 73, 031 6, 095 152, 563 16 307, 603
Philadelphia .............................. 5,3 46 10 13, 905 .........., 81,42
St. Louis..--.-._-.......... ................ 3,82 3 743 4, 384 1 12 2
Sious City~~................................ 33. 716 2478 74. 485 1 218, 752
South St. Josepb............----............ 24, 373 5, 345 115. 800 1 105, 781
South St. Paul.............................. 41, 804 65, 857 53, 555 2 301, 513
W ~i ebits.................. ................. 6, 881 1, 49 681 ... ... .. 3, 2
All other establishments..................... 143, 133 67 8 5,80 507 1, 761, 619

Total: January, 1930................... 712, 793 373, 772 1, 225, 071 593 5, 001, 371
January. 1929................... 735, 685 369. 010 1150, 011 1. 117 5, 737, 737
7 months ended January, 1930.. 5, 125. 818 27, 7542, 511 8,710,319 18,35i5 28 270,536
7 months ended January, 1929.. 5108,967 2,5507 8,3880762 13, 175 27,725, 871

New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and Newf-
ark I_ __ __ .................. 30, 369 59, 090 257, 752 .......... 254, 861


Horses slaughtered in January, 1930................................................. 8. 064
Horses slaughtered in January, 1929~....... ................................................ 9, 794
7 months ended January, 1930.~--. ...~..~.............................................. 94, 255
7 m months ended January, 1929... _. __....... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 83, 981
Inspections of lard at all estab!l;me nts, 184,496,770 inspection pounds; comound and othersusi
tutes, 38,fi37,568 inspection pound-l, sausage, F.2,515,552 inspection pounds.
Corresponding inepections for January, 1929: Lard, 216,273,052 inspection pounds.
Compound and other substitutes, 42,;31,905~ inspection pounds; sausage, 61,478,569 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.)
1 The slaughter figures for t his grou p of cit ies are included in the figues above for "New York" and '"All
other establishments" and are combined here to show total in the G~reater New York district.

EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT TBRIEE
IMPORTANT MIARKCETS, JANUARY, 1930


Retatined for tuberculsis

StationTotal
slaughter Passed for Con.
Total cooking demed


Catt le:
Chca o.. .. .. .. .... .. ........ .. ... 120, 066 5, 521 197 771
Ka sa C t .. .......... ............. 73, s74I 203 10 33
Om aha_......... ................ ........ ..... 73,031 1 529 311 69
Swine:
Chicago......... ............... ............... 729, 33 91,502 9411 834
Kansas City...................................... L'79, 22 14, 499 1984
Omsaba....................... 307, 603 21,342 203 169


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, DECEMBSER, 1929





















Mu~exico...~.~..... ...... ........ ................... 15,971 ... .. ..........
Canada~..~..............~..~...~...~.. 3...." "................. 7021 0
Virgi n Islands (t o Porto Rico).. ............... ~................. 37 ................
Total: January, 1930.................... ....~............. 23, 430 16i 1041 4
January, 1929~...~....................~..............j 20, 454 33 1,467 22
7 mont hs ended Jan uarry,1930~................. .... 244,.227 2, 490 2;, 063 22B
i months ended January, 1Y~929....~................ 304, 014 2, 529 17, 329 178


Impiorted mleats and meat food produlcts


Fresh and~ refrigerated
Country f etortCured ani lOther meat Total
Countr~ f e~portc~anned products weight
Beef Orther


Pou nds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds
A rgen ti na.......... ...... ......... ....... I............ I............ 1, 000, 354 5,A ,5,9
Australia..~.............................. 4,7;51 28 ...........~. 7, 065 11, 844
B razil.. . .. 24. 9 .. .. .. .. 2-1,897
Canada...........~. ........................, 473, 328 ,12 ;42,4~10 516, 460 1,8e5i, 326
New Zealand.......... .... ............... ............ 191 ..........~._. 65, 530 65, 721
Uruguay.........~ ................ ......... I............ ....~........ 498, 245 35, 871 534, 11
Other count ries.~....................... ....1 326, 982 ....~........I 51, 927 144, 802 526, 711

Total: January, 1930........~.....~.... i0,6 121, 34; 2. 320, 633 821, 370 -1, 04, 611
January,; 1929................. 2,88,2341068 5. 776, 92 886, 686 9, 662, 681
imnonthsendedlJanuary, 1930. 20,4 91, 865 4,h51,231i 00,599,802 6, 035, 529 91,781, 432
7 mon t hs endedl January, 1923.1 38, 742, 563 8, 492, 359 48, 492, 850 6, 688, 209 102, 415, 981


Condemned in January, 1930: Beef, 51 pounds; pork, 1.58 pounds: total 209 pounds.
Refused entry. Beef, 958j pounds; mutlon, 1,041l pounds; pork;, 1,201 pounds; total, 3,200 pounds.

FOREIGN MIEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL

Name and specimen signature of a foreign offielal who has been authorized by
his national government to sign and issue foreign meat.-inspection certificates for
meat and mleat food products exported to the United States.


Signature


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[February,


Swine


Country~ of export


Sheep


Goats


Country~ and name


SCOTLAND


C. Barclay Reekiie .........


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

Imports of food animals


Cattle
















Tub~erculin tests
during month


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


igeol


State


Total to date


e- A- HrdsInspecto in State official
ed cred- under
eited super-
is herds vision


135 317 8,622 R. E. Jackson-.... C. A. Cary, Auburn.
!61 46 8.340 F. L. Schneider.... R. J. Hight, Phoenixr.
184 17 10.,501 W'. A. M~cDonald.l J. H. Bux, Little Rock.
181 121 7, 466 R. Snyder..~....... J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.
132 178 1,576 W\. E. Howfe.-... C. G.Lamb, Denver.
154 2,886 6, 981 R. L. Smith~...-... Charles Johnson, Hartford.
!31 2,354 6,;88 E. B. imonds__ O. A. Newton, Bridgcville.
90 8 107 A. E. W'ight-......
170 97 8, 922 J.G. Fish.~._..... J. V. ina pp, Tallabassee.
163 31 36,599 A. L.Hirlemnn..~.l. J.I. Gutton, Atlanta.
~54 59 39,911 W. A. suivan....l A. J. Dic~kman, Boise.
604 5.500 163,439 J.J.Lintner...... D. W;. Robison, Spring-
field.
53 ,23, 636 168, 502 J. E. G ibson,...... Frank B. Brown, Indian-
I apolis.
05 1 2,074) 100,700 J A. Barger.......~ nI. G. Thornburg, Des
Mloines.
75 597 96,549 N. L. Towfnsend._J J. B. Mecrcer, Topeka.
31 38 78, 581 W~. F. Biles~....... D. E. W\estmorland,
Frankfort.
32 13 9, 096 G. T. Cole_...... E. P. Flo~wer, Baton Rouses
91 809 43,817 0.H. Caldwfell... H. NI. Tucker, Auguts.
47 8,5324 31,108 E. B. Simonds~.... James B. George, Balti-
m ore.
D1 1,644 5. 160 E. A. Cross-man... E. F. Richardson, Boston.
76 68 15-l,343 T. S. Rich....... B. J. Kilham, Lansing.
79 8,67 112,438 W\. J. Fret....... P. eCnonrton, St.Pu.
3328 ?i,7 Hd E. Robbins.~..... H. \'. Rsfuel, Jackson.
66 227 l141 Rlph Graham... H. A. WalsIon, Jefferson

28 90 32, 470~ J. W'. Murdoeh ... W\. J. Butler, Helena.
39 118 .367 A. H Frjncis..... C. H. Hys, Llncoln.
26 12 1,938j L. C'. Butterfield.. Edwardl Rec~ords, Reno.
53 4,122 7, 8.3 E. A. Crossmuan... A. L. Felker, C'oncord.
61 3,27 11,.34 W. O. Middletoon. .I. H. cNeil, Trenton.
69 241 2, 251 F. L. Schenider ... Alat Keenain, lbuguer-
qlue.
25 76c,323 112,426 H. B. L~eonardl.... E. T. Fsulder, Albany.
19 30i5 2,56,9241 W. C'. Deundingetr. W\illiam Mloore, Haleigh.
26 5,28 6, 5 H. H. Cohenour. W. F. Crew-e, Bismarck.
83 8393 202, 183 A J. De Fosse C. McrCandless, C~olum-
bus.
18 262 390 L.J. ..11100.......l C. C isel, Ok~laboma
City.
44I 346 19,309 S. B. Fozler......_l W\ H. Lytll, Salemn.
48 5,973 133,6;03 J. B. ReidyJ.......I T. E.Munc~e, Asrrisburg.
47 133 ;01 E. A. CIrossmarn... T. E. Hobinson, Provi-
deuce
16 1(% 65, 600o W \. K; Leis.. k'. Lewils. Columbia.
91 16 1, 77 O Wlson..... T. H. Ruth. Pierre.
19 128 U, 3;-4 H. L. Fry .~. ..... J. hI. Jones. Nashrille.
51 281 722 H. L. Darb?.v. .. N. F. W'ilhams, Fort
WYorrb.
:5 !99 11,348 F. E..11urray...W. H. HendricksJ, Salt
Lake City.
76,974 I 23,819j L. Hl. Adams..... Edwfard H. Jones, Mlont-
pelier.
'5 957 -3, 205 R(. E. Brook;bank; H C. Givens, Richmond.
)1 84 48.369 J. C. Erllne._...... Robert Prior, Olympia.
15 610 35,0096 B. RI. Newrton.... John WV. Smith, Charles-
ton.
2~i 1-111.310 J S Healy......... L. M. Wrright,MaIdison.
4 312,95John T. Dasllas.... H. D.Port, Cheyenoe.

88179, 069 2, 750, 195/


Cat-
SIRe
re-
acted


4
53
0
137
23

125
0
11
5
4



573

I19
27

106
56
224

1,055
182
1h88



17
216
3
363
353


4, 756
6

1, 657



328

3,89



26

85




15

.3,981 l


Onc
test~
frec
herd


6,0
8, 2
10,4
7,0
9
3,4
4,2

8, 0
36,5
36,6-
1144,5

142, 9

122, 4

95,5



42, 8
15, 6

2, 51
182, 9
101, 5



32,3:


4,31


26, ;
256, 6
Nie, 8


1Y.I

115,3~

65,4

9, 5-

5:



5, 5



56, 30

1 62, 8;
10, 95


Ilerds
Cattle
orteSted
lots


Ariz.... 282
Ark.....l 155
Calif~... 135
Colo....l 13
Conn... 432
Del..... 1,564

Fla...... 64
Gaa..... 2, 123
Idabo... 507


Ind~..... 2, 533

Iowa....l 3, 226

Kans....I 3, 041
Ky....-.. 941

La.~.... 220
M~e~...... 535
Ald~.....I I,280

Maess.,.. 756
M~ich... 5,301
M~inn... 1,002
Rliss.. .. 277
M~o..... 250

M~ont.._ 140


N. H.. 944
N. J .... 34
N. ~ex.I 05

N. Y... 5,919
N. C.. 143
N. Dak .1, 520
Ohio...., 8, 557

Okla.... 35
Oreg.. 7~3.3
Pa.~.....I2,4Y99
R. I.....1 73
8.C.. 70
S. Dak.. 336
Tenn~... 997
Tex~... 1, 029

Utah....! 358

Vt.._.._ 1,097


Wash... 1,301
W. Va.. I,200

W~is... ..I 4,587


Total 8,0


1,528
4, 522
923
9,168


6,987
0
2, 800
5,852
13,174
110,808

2,016

59878

33835
7,872



14,737

11,494




3,884

2, 172

3, 817
687

83768
1,436
J,857
77, 795


1, 473


1, 511


8, 504
6, 828
9, 191



22, 976

12,6:55
15,341
8, 145

115,. 33
977

952, 50


20, 800 2, 403, 4


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, JANUARY, 1930












PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS

(List revised to February 10, 1930)

In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, thbe bureau has granted
permission for the use of the following saponified cresol solutions in the general
disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises:


[February.


Name of disinfectant


Manufacturer


A4cresel Cresol Compound~~.-.... ............
Anchor Brand Cresol Compound............

Atlas 50%/ Cresol Compound_.._.............


C larisol,.......... ........ ........ ........

Cooper's Saponified Cresol Solution~.~.......
Cre-O-Cris.-~..~~.~..~...~...~.............
Cre--Septic. ................................ .
Cresol Compound Clifton.~.........~ ........
Crestall Dip.__~___~.~_~....................
Cresyline Cresol Compound~......~..~........
Creusan Saponified Cresol Solution~~.........

Curts-Folse Cresol Compound Solution..

Cresnol Cresol Compound~.~.~.~.~...~.......
C--4 Soluble Disinfectant-....................
Cardis~..~.~..~.~.~..~..~.. ~~..............
Garden Brand Saponified Cresol Solultion...

D~r. Hess Saponified Cresol Solution....
Dioxy Cresol Compound--..~................
D~eodol_....._.~~.~._ __~_._.. ..............1
Dissoline.............................~~...

Feeticide_._. __._~.._~ _~_... .... .. .. ... .

Olidden Shur-Shot Disinfectant ~..........
Geo po Saponified Cresol Solution. ~-....... -

Bexsol.__~............................... .~~..
Karspray. _~~..~ ~~.~...__.._.~............ ..

Key-State Disinfectant.......~~..............
Kremulso..........~......~~.................
Keystone Brand Saponified Cresol Solut~ion..

Kreo............ .....~............ ............
K re-Sol.......~.... ......... ........ ........

Lkresolis.~...........~~...~..~............_....

Lilly's Cresol Complound, U. S. P...........
M~asol____....................~~.~~............
hlapco 50%6 Cresol Compound..~..... ......

lklidland Cresol Compound~...~~..~.........
M\oorman's~Saponified Cresol... ....... ~.~
NSCOj Cresol Compound...~.~.~..~.~........
Pennsylvania Railroad Saponified Cres~l
Solution.
Red Seal Liquor Cresolis Compou nd........
Reilly's Cresolis Compound.~~..~~~...........

Roger's 50%0 Cresol Solution......~.... ......
San-I-So..-...~......._.. ~~.~~... ...........

Sapo-Cresol Special...~......~.~....~.._.....
Sherwin-W ilaims 50% Cresol Solution......
Solereo S. L...~_...~_...................... .

Standard Saponified Cresol Solution.~.~....
Superman Cresol Compound....~.~..~.~......

V'an Schaack's Liquor Cresolis Comp.....


The Selig Co., 12 Latimer Street, Atlanta, Ga.
The Antiseptic Products Co., 3101 Walnut Street, Denver,
Colo.
Chipman Chemical Engineering Co., 95 Liberty Street,
New York, N. Y.
American Disinfecting Co. (Inc.), Sedalia, Mio.
International Chemical Co., 3130 South Canal St~reet, Chi-
cago, Il.
W~m. Cooper &r Nephews, Chicago, Ill.
Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., Chicago, Ill.
Clifton Chemical Co., 246 Front Street, New York, N. Y.
Baird & Af cauire (Inc ), Holbrook;, Mlass.
The Hunt M~anufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
U. S. Sanitary Specialties Corporation, 435 South Western
Avenue, Chicago, ni.
Curts-Folse Laboratories, 70 Central Avenue, Kansas City,
Kans.
Fort Pitt Chemical Co., 3134 Penn Avenue, Arsenal 8ta-
tion, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Coopers Creek Chemical Co., West Consbobooken, Pa.
The P. Af. Frank Disinfecting Co., 494 Broome Street, Near
York, N. Y.
Carden-Drury Chemical Works, 2200 North Maertha Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. Hess &r Clark (Inc.), Ashland, Ohio.
Preston T. Rhodes, 112 North Delaware Avenue, Philadel-
pbia, Pa.
The Norwfich Pharmacal Co., Norwich, N. Y.
Dizie Chemical Co. (Inc.), 838 Gov. Nicholls Street, New
Orleans, La.
Parkie, Davis & Co., Detroit, Affeb.
Germo Mlanufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
The Oliddien Co., Cleveland, Obio.
General Compounding Corporation, Central Avenue and
Seventy-ninth Place, Olendale, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Tar Products Corporation, Providence, R. I.
We'st Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Lo! g Island City,

Interstate Chemical Co., Jersey City, N. J.
Leeds Chemical Co., Kansas City, Af o.
James Goodl (Inc.), 211 East Susquehanna Avenue, Phila-
delphia, P;.
The W'. T. Rawfleigh Co., Freeport, Ill.
Connecticut Chemical &r Disinfectant Co., 683 Chapel
Street, New Haven, Conn.
W'est Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Long Island City,

Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Challes B. Rodes, 3136 Broadwfay, Kanpss City, M~o.
M~ichel & Pelton Co., 639 How~ard Street, San Francisco,
Calif.
Midland Chemical Co., Dubuque, iowfa.
Al~oorman M~anufacturing Co., Qauiney, Ill.
National Supply Co., Birmingham, Ala.
Pennsylvamas Railroad Co., Altoona, Pa.

Shores-M~ueller Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Republic Creosoting Co., M1erchants Bank: Building,
Indianapolis, Ind.
Detroit W'hite Lead W'orks, Chicago, Ill.
M~cLaughlin Gormley King Co., 17~15 Fifth Street SE.,
Mlinneapolis. M~inn.
Cremoline Disinfecting Co., St. Louis, Mlo.
The Sherwin-W'illiams Co., Chicago, Ill.
The Standard Laboratories, 847 West Jackson Boulevard,
Chicago, Ill.
The Standard Chemical Co., Tacoma, WVasb.
Chemical Compounding Corporation, 262 Buron Street,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Peter V'an Schaack &: Sons, Chicago, Ill.


BUREAU OF ANI6A~L INDUSTRY















Disinfectant Distributed under name of---


Cooper's Saponified Cresol So- Blue Cross Saponified Cre-
lution. sol.
Crestall Dip_~.~.~~__~......... Booth's Cresol Compound..

Carbola Liquid Disinfectant.~. -.~.~..........................

Chemo Cattle Didinfectant... I.~........~..~~...~~~-.........

Creoslave.~~-.~.~.~. ~~........... ........ .........

Creco Special.-...~~.......~I.... .......~_..~......~.~........

Cabell's Batchers Disinfee-......__.......
tant.
Dinsol~~.~~.~........... ..........I~~.~ _~ _...... ........
Dr. Le~ear's Cresol Disinfee-...... ....
tant.
Disinfectone Cresol Com- ..............
pound.
Economy Disinfectant........ .I.......... .... ........ -

Elkay's Agricultural Disinfee- ..... .....
tant.
Olobe 50%0 Cresol Solution~~~.... ~......___ ...... ..... _
Lover's Cresol Disinfectant_~.~. ........ ... ............ __

Bockwald's Creo-Lic Dip..~(.~.. ........ ..__... ......... _

Beinrich's Crestall Solution.~._. ........ .. __ _....

Kre-Lik.-.............~....... I...._.. ........... .........

K~resolig_. __.._-.~~~-!..~...... . . .

Lee's 50% S~Cresol Solution..... ........... ._ _..........
My~co Disinfecto~.-...-..-~-......._ ................. ........
Stance Solution of Cresol...... ...
Compound.
Tri-KIireeide .. .. .. .. .
U-C-Cos Cresolis.. .. ... .... .

Watkins 50 Cresol Solution.:.~..~...__.. .....___ __,_
Zelco Disinfeelan t_~_. ~~~~... ....... ........... .... ..

Clarisol.......................I Zenisol...... _....... .. __

Cresyline Cresol Compound--. Creoxil...._ _-_ __ __ -_ _.
Creusan Saponified Cresol Krefeto No. 2..............
Solution.
Kosan.......... ...........
Keystone Brand Saponified .Fidelity Stock Disinfectant
Cresol Solution. G u wOS N I. _


Midland Cresol Compound... Cres;ylol._................. _
Red Seal Liquor Cresolis Com- Fort Dodge Saponified Cre-
pound. sol.
Holt's Liquor Cresolis Com.
pound.
Sherwin-W\illiams 50% Cresol Bourbon Cresol Compound.
Solution.
Corn States 50%0 Cresol So.
lution.
SFuiller's 50%0 Cresol Solution.

IHemingway's 50%0 Cresol
Solution.
Ka-De-Co Cresol Solution
50%S.
Li-C resol ................ -


Distributor


Blue Cross Veterinary Supply Co., Supe-
rior, Nebr.
J. 1M. Booth Chemical Co., 1020 East Over-
land Street, El Paso, Tex.
Carbola Chemnical Co. (Inc.), Natura
Bridge, N. Y.
Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Beebe Laboratories (Inc.), St. Paul, Minn.
The Chemical Supply Co. 2450 Canal
Road, Cleveland, Ohio~
Creco .Co. (Inc.), Creco Building, Long
Island City, N. Y.
The Calbell Chemnical Co., 320 Fifteenth
Street, Huntington, W. Va.
Meyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. L. D. LeGear Medicine Co., 4161 Beek
Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.
W. D. Carpenter Co. (Inc.), Syracuse,
N. Y.
Economy Rog & Cattle Powder Co., Bhen-
andoah, Iowa.
United Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston,
IMass.
Globe Laboratories, Fort Worth, Tex.
H. Clay Glover Co. (Inc.), 119 Fifth ALve-
nue, New York, N. Y.
Rockwald Chemical Co., 531 Howard
Street, San Francisco, Calif.
The Heinrich Chemical Co., M~inneapolis,
Minn.
J. F. D~evine Laboratories (Inc.), Goshen,
N. Y.
Z. D. G~ilman, 627 Pennsylvania Avenue,
NW., Washington, D. C.
Gfeo. H. Lee Co., Omaha, Nebr.
Masury Young Co., Boston, Mass.
Standard Drug Co., Meridian, Miss,

Pitman-Moore Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
United Chemical Cos., 401 Delaware
Street, Kansas City, Mo.
The J. R. W~atkins Co., Winona, Miss.
The Sanitary Products Corporation, 160
Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Zenoleumz Products Co., 2231 Park Avenuet
Detroit, Mich.
The Paine Drug Co., Rochester, N. Y.
San Antonio Drug Co., San Antonio, Tex.

Joseph K~roger Soap Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Fidelity Laboratories (Inc.), 820 Exchange
Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Adolphe Grotta, 56 Montana Street, Ger-
mantown, Philadelphia, Pa.
Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr.
Fort Dodge Serum Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa.

Howard Holt Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, K~y.

The Corn States Serum Co., Omaha, Nebr.

Fuller Biological Laboratory, Springr ille,
N. Y.
Heminway & Co. (Inc.), Chicago, Ill.

K~eifer-Stewart Co., Capital Avenue and
G~eorgia Street, Indianapolis, Ind.
The Jensen-Salsbery Laboratorie~s (Inc.),
Twenty-first and Penn Streets, Kansas;
City, Mo.
Miller Chemical Co., Fifteenth and Call-
fornia Streets, Omahat, Nebr.
Noyes Bros. & Cutler (Inc.), Park Square,
St. Paul, Minn.
Marrinan Medical Supply, 169 ~West Third
Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Pratt Food Co., 124 Walnut Street, Phila-
delphira, Pa.
Peet Stock Remedy Co., 33 South Twenty-
fifth Street, Council Blutts, Iowa.


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEM\LENTS

DISTRIBUTORS OF PERMIITTED DISINFECTANTB


190]


M iller's :O0% Cresol Solut ion.

Car-Cresol..................

M~arreso....................

Pratts' Cresol Disinfectant..

San-I-S~ol.~...~.~.~.._~.......


San-I-Sol...--.....--__.........















Disinfectant Distributed under name of-- Distributor

San-I-Sol_..._................ Tw~entieth Century Disin- Twentieth Century M~anufacturing Co.,
fectant. Cedar Rapids, lowa.
Mlacosol~..~~~.~~~.~.......... McConnon & Co., Winona, Minn.
Sapo-Cresol Special...........l Crespolin...~~~. ~~~......... The W'orre~ll M~anufacturing Co., St. Louis,
Mo0.
Hessol~.~...~.~...~...........! Dusol~~~...~.~.~............. Butfalo Scientiic Co., Masssachusetts AvFe-
nue and Niagara Street, ButTafo, N'. Y.


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



Total serum Coru mB.t e(1 d o, ius H mi
comleed cleared virus

C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
Jan uary, 19r30................ .... 38,4337 32,797, 195 413,352,073 2, 038, 636 11, 015, 429
Januar., 1929. ................ ..... 59147,12 44I, 1;, 4 53,459, 564 1,953, 949 16, 322,607
7 mont hs ended January, 1930. .... 525, 353, 9-12 376j, 815, 10 41, 4, 3 33, 282, 205 96, 205, 517
7montbsended January, 1929..~...533,27i2, 525 405, 946,564 461-, 372, 504 36, 738,4135118914

PERMITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JANUARY, 1930

Permit No. 6 w~as issued January 9, 1930, to A. Chark~lian, 516 Fifth Aveniue,
New Y'ork City, for the importation of antrax vaccine lmanufacttured by Labora-
toire des vaccins, Pasteur Pour l'Etranger, S3 Rue D~utot, Paris, France), and
canine-antidist~emper serum D. W., manufacturedd by Laboratoire de 86rotheraple
V~tbrinaire, 83 Rue Escudier, Boulogne-sur-S'eine, Franrce).

BIOLOGIC PRODUCTS OTHER THAN ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM
AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED BY LICENSED ESTABLISH-
MENTS DURING CALENDAR YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1929


[FebruaryI,


Aggressins: Dss
Anthrax...............~............. 3b0, 5'99
Blackleg (natur3ly.................. 3,;;4,005
Blaickleg (cultural) ................. 352, 389
H~emojrrhagieseptiremia. ....... 2,;46,86 d

Total.......... ... ............ ;,263,653


18,427


I 3, 1.53


21) :!x

41,201
3, 31


,315. 31

328
2,483


Bacterins- Continued. Doses
Mixed (ceanine,. .................... 49, 500
M~ised (equine)....~................. 105,637
hlised (feline)........._............. 3.577
MIxe~d liepine)........~.............~ 33, 169
Mlired (onlne).............~......... 78,24
Mixed (porcine>.........~........-.. 1,078,62
Navel -ilI (eq uine)i.... ....... ~....... 36, 612
Pneumonia (bor-ine) -............. 2,860
Prieu monia I: porci ne).......... ~..... 2, 820
Pr'ogenes bactillus (borine).....~... 1, 543
Rhinit is mixed (porc~ine).......... ~ 5, 930


St aphyloc~occus. ..... .......~..... 15, 356
Streptococcuss. .....~........~...... 18, 000
,Sulpestifer.........~................~ 43,310
Typhoid (av-ian!s............ .....~~ 52, 950
Total..........~................... 13,635,066
Diagnostic agents:
Joh nin.......... ~............. ~~. ... 2, 290
hlallein (intradermic).. ............ 5,675
Ryallein (ophthalmic, disk)~........ 26, 928
Rgallein (oplhthalmic, liquid>........ 100,425
Rgallein (subcutaneous)..~.......... 3, 835
Pullorin. ............ ............... 1,891,8635
'Tuberculin (av'ian).........~.....~~ 605, 240
Tuberc~ulin !intradermic)........... 2,516,621
Tuberculin (opht halmic~, Ilquid).... 387, 347
Tuberreulin (opbhtalmic, dlisk)~.... 140, 695
Tuberculin (subeutaneous).... .... 89 9,$99
Total............ ..~.............. 5,;80,880
V'atcines, viruses, and toxins:
A bort ion vaccine (bovine).~..~...... 162, 281
Anthrax varccine..~.............~....~ 1992,23410
Black;leg vacci ne ....... .. ~.......... 2, 490, 588
Cranine-dislemper antigen~~..~...... 33, 523
Canine-distemper vaccine~~..~...... 18,715
Canine-distemper virus............. 20, 860
Chick~en-pox vac~cine.~-.~........... 1,907,034
Rabies vaccine.~.................... 361,0041
Swine-ery~sipelas vaccine......-~.... 44, 510


Orand total__.~~.-.~............. 35,351, 130


Antisera and sera:
A borr ion (bovine)..... ..... ......
Butchralax....~.... ......
Bskeg........... ......


H~emorrbagle se pticemia........~.....
Influenza (equine) ... .......
111ast i is Ibov ine) ............. .. .


M~ilxe (porcine) .......... .
Navel-ill (equine) ........ ......~...
Scours !boviney........... ~.......
Scours (porcine) ....... ...
Swni ne erysBi pelas ................... .
Tetanus.............................
l'enin............~... ....... ....
Normal............. ....... ... ..


Total..........._ ............ 1 .-10,4"


139, 262
2,315
8,3(10
132, 81~1
2, 310,223
5,f55
-1,2i0
13;, 751
300
2, 563, 287
250 241
170,673
390,076


5, 085 0 2
4418, 323


Bacternos.
A bort ion I(bov i e) .... ~ .. ..
Abhorr ion I equ iner .. ........
Abortion (porcine). ....~..~... ....
A9u tocgenou s...................
Blackleg........ .~...~.~..
Colon............... ....
Diarrhea (avian,.)..... .....
D ist em per (can ine'l.................
Distem per (fleline) .. ...___
H emorr hagi c se ptic~e m a.. .....
Influenza (equine).... ~ ....... .~.
Keratitis (bovinel .. .......
Ma st it is ('bov oin).~.~ ...... ........ ~
1Lletritis (bovine).._.....~~~.......
het it a@iel i)Tj ...................

Mlized (bovine).~..~..~......~......


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


DISTRIBUiTORS OF PERMIITTED DISINFECTANTS

















































I Fractions denote! veterinariaos devoting part time to the work.
NoTE.--No work- reported from Utab and Texas.

PROCEEDINGS UNDER TH-E PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT

Docket No. 1.JS.--In re thle AImerican Live Stock Commission Co. and other
markiet agencies, Union Stock Yards, South Omaha, Nebr. On Novemlber 19,
1926, the Secretary issued an order in. this docket, prescribing maximum rates
for buying and selling livestocki by market agencies at the Omaha stockyards.
The commission men sought. to have the order enjoined before a statutory tribu-
nal of three judges in the Federal court for Nebraska. A temporary injunction
was issued, but after full hearing that court dissolved the injunction, and rendered
a decision up~holding t.he right of the Secretary to ~fix rates for this service and
finding that, the rates fixed were reasonable. Follow~ing this the rates were put
into effect by the market agencies on February 11, 19'29, and an appeal was taken
t~o t~he Supreme Court of the U~nited States. That court handed down. a decision
on February 24, 1930, upholding the right of the Secretary to p~re8crib~e rates for
buying and selling livestock at public stockyards, and finding that the rates
prescribed by the order in this docket were reasonable.
Docket No. 809.-ITn re J. W'. K~othmann & Sons, market agency, U~nion Stock
Yards, San Antonio, Tex. On December 10, 1929, 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 its obligations. The
respondent. admitted the facts and waived a hearing, and on February 3, 1930,
in accordance w~ith t.hle Secretary's regulation, failed w~ith the chief, Bureau of Ani-
mal Industry, a fully executed copy of a bond dated December 18, 19'29. On
February 26, 1930, t~he A4cting Secretatry ordered the respondent, to cease and
desist from doing business as a market agency w-ithout executing and maintaining,
and having on file a fully executed copy of a surety bond or other satisfactory
form of indemnity to secure the performance of its obligations.

CONTRACTS AND AGREElllENTS WITH PUBLIC UTILITIES

Officials in charge are hereby notified that it will not be necessary to execute
newf, informal contracts or agreements with public utilities for such s~erviices as
telephone, gas, electricity, and water for the fiscal year 1931, nor wnill notice of


1980] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 1

SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLIERA-CONTROL WORK, JANUARY, 1930


Farms
cleaned
fn ds


reported
to
bureau
veteri-
nlarians


1
.
4
241
I
25
3
11
11
5
13
6
8
5
3
8
3
1
3
8
12


3

162


Demonstrate ions


NubrIogs
treated




13 390
S73
1 28 "


Fars
quaran-
t~dF o


Autop-
s~ies per-
formed


3
1
I
3
.3
14
6
19
3
16
4
6
6
9
18
6
2
4
8
8



8
208


Bureau
veteri- Me~et- Premises
State narians ings ad- investi-
engageed dressedj gated
in ork a


Alabama........... I 21 98
A rkiansas ........... I I 34
California... ....... .04 1......... 1
Colorado........... I 1 10 i (
Florida.~............ I 1..~....... 36
Georgia.............. 1.33 1 16?
Idabo...............1 I i 67
Illinois ............. 3 4 172
Indiana-.~..........1 2 11 52
Iows........ 29
Kansas...... .0 88 :
Kentucky.......... 21 12
Louisiana........... I /..... 17
MaIry'landl.......... 2 3 69
Afteblgan. .......... 2 ..... 80
M~ississippi..~....... 1.0.3 I 101
M~issouri.~........... 44
Nebraska........... .6d ;......... 17
North Carolina..... I I 76
Ohio................ 2 1.5 27
Oklaboma.......... .5 '.........1 16
South Carolina.....l 1 .........1 51
South Dakota.. ... 1 ..........I 9
Tennessee...~...... 1 .... 95
V'irginia .....~.. .... I 1 203
Washingtcon........ 1.5 ........ 78
Grcegon......
West V'irginia.... .... 3
W'isconsin .......... 1 ..... 6
Total......... 33.50j ;i 1,83.5


I
9


20


1
6


26
88

406


4.. .
I............


9

49
4
1


14

6

12


788
56
42


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45 24


1.0j 2, 057







18 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February, 1500

renea be necessary. The service may continue under the existing contract
or agreement until such time as a change in the service or rate is effective.
RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
M[EAT INSPECTIONN LAW
Frank Shapiro, Caml~den, N. J., offering uninspected meat for interstate ship-
ment, $5 ~fine.
Edward F. King, Cooperatown, N. Y., offering unsound meat for interstate
shipment, $100 fine.
NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THIE BUREAU
[Tebureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to
fersin charge of stations and ofilees. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.
So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]
Farmers' Bulletin No. 825 (revised). Pit Silos. By T. Pryse Mletcalfe and
George A. Scott, Animal H-usbandry Division. Pp. 8, figs. 4.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1146 (revised). Dourine of Horses. By John R. Mohler,
chief, Bureau of A~nimatl Inldustry, and H-. W. Schoening, Pathological Division.
Pp. 10, ~figs. 5.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1541 (revised). Feeding Chickens. By MI. A. Jull and
A. R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 22, figs. 8.
Miscellaneous Publication No. 68. The 1929 Outbreak of Foot-and-Mouth
Disease in Southern California. By John R. Miohler, chief, Bureau of Animal
ICndustry, and Rtudolph Snyder, Field Inspection Division. Pp. 16, figs. 10.
Effect of Diet on the Resistance of the Albino Rat t~o Bacterium abortucs. By
Ralph H-oagland, Biochemic Division, and John. M. Buck, Bet~hesda Experiment
Station. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 3, February 1, 1930.
Key No. A-133. Pp. 201 to 2'08.
Transmission of Pullorumn Disease (Bacillary Wh~ite Diarrheat) in Ineubators.
By Hubert Bunyea and W~alter J. Hall, Pathological Division. In Journal of
Agricultural Research. vol. 40, No. 3, February 1, 1930. K~ey No. A--1341.
Pp. 209 to 223, figs. 6.
Amendment 6 to B. A. I. Order No. 276, governing the preparation, sale, barter,
exchange, shipment, and importation, of viruses, serums, toxins, and analogous
products intended for use in the treatment of domestic animals. Effective
Apri 1, 930.P. 1.
Amendment 9 to B. A. I. Order 317, declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited area for tuberculosis. ~Effective Februaryv 1, 1930. P. 1
(mimeographed).
Index to Serv-ice and Regulat~ory Announcements, 1929. By John R. Mohler,
chief, ]Bureau of Animal Inldustry. Pp. 115 to 117.
ORGANIZATION OF THIE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
Chief: JonNr R. MIOHLER.
Associate Chief: U. G. HOU~CK.
Assistant Chief: A. W., MILLER.
Aidministralives Assistant: CHIARLES C. CARROCLL.
Chilef Clerk: J. R. CORRAN.
Ed~itor: D. S. BunanE.
Animal Husbandry Division: E. WT. SHEETS, chief.
Biochemic D~ivision: M. DORSET, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. Honcxr, chef.
Division of Tf irus-Serumi Control: D. I. SK(IDMORE, chief .
Field Inspection ~Division: G;. W. POPE, Chief.
M~eat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Packers anld Stockcyards Division: A. WV. 1\IILLER, Objef.
Pathological Division: John S. BUCK LE Y, Chief .
Tick: Eradication Division: R. A. RAMhSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradicationi Division: A. E. WTIGHT1, chief.
Zoological Division: 1\IAURICE C. HALL, chief.
Experiment Station: W. E`. Co'IroN, superintendent.
Ofice of Alccounts: GEORGE F. TUCKEH, in 0118tge.
Office of Personnel: GJEORGE. H. RussELL, in charge.

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTIRS OPPICEs1930L

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S. R. A.-B. A. 1. 274 I ss ued March, 1930United States Department of AgricultureSERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYFEBRUARY, 1930[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,c oncerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in theservices of the bureau, establishment 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 Docunents Government PrintingOffice, 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 ofhis force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTSPageChanges in directory----------------------------------------------------------------9Notices regarding meat inspection. .---------------------------------------------10Animal casings of foreign origin ----------------------------------------------------10Shipments of meats requiring special supervision---.----------------------------------10Paper in contact with fresh meat shipped in slack barrels --------------------------------10Use of barium carbonate, red squill, and sodium fluoride ---------------------------------10Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection January, 1930 -----------------------------11Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, January, 1930-----------11Causes of condemnation of carcasses, December, 1929---------------------------------------11Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products. ...--------------------------------12Foreign meat-inspection official. ....-. .--------------------------------------------------------12Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, January, 1930--------------13Permitted disinfectants-------.-.-------------------------------------------------------14Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses-------------------------16Permits issued for biological products in January, 1930 .-.-.-.------------..--.-------16Biologic products other than anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced by licensedestablishments during the calendar year ended December 31, 1929. ..---------------------------16Summary of hog-cholera-control work, January, 1930 ----------------------------------------17Proceedings under the packers and stockyards act. . ...-----------------------------------------17Contracts and agreements with public utilities _ ..--------------------------------------------17Results of prosecutions for violations of laws-.-.---------------------------------------------18New publications of the bureau. .. _ .. .-. .--------------------------------------------------------18Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry.-. .-------------------------------------------18CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Granted41. International Products Corporation, Arlington Avenue, Arlington, StatenIsland, N. Y.807. Boston Sausage & Provision Co., 411 Commercial Street; mail, 167 Black-stone Street, Boston, Mass.Meat Inspection Withdrawn1-Y. Armour & Co., Memphis, Tenn.230. Hedlund & Co., Seattle, Wash.945. George Nye Co., Springfield, Mass.100508-30 9

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10 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY fFebruary,Change in Name of Official Establishment340. Cox & Gordon (Inc.), and Cox & Gordon Packing Co., 1019 South ThirdStreet, St. Louis, Mo., instead of previous name.*892. Sambol & Rollwagon Packing Co., Shawnee Street at Railroad, KansasCity, Kans., instead of previous name.New SubstationArlington, Staten Island, N. Y., meat inspection under New York, N. Y.NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIONANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGINCertificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,which bear the official title of the high official of the foreign country as 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 are changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.Official title Foreign countryMinister of Agriculture -----------------------------EstoniaSHIPMENTS OF MEATS REQUIRING SPECIAL SUPERVISIONReferring to shipments between official establishments of meat passed forsterilization, fresh pork for Great Britain, and 20-day 5-degree pork, in view of therestrictions necessary in handling these products hereafter railroad cars contain-ing any of them shall be sealed regardless of the quantity shipped. The precau-tion of sealing the cars should not be construed as waiving previous instructionsgoverning the handling of these products.PAPER IN CONTACT WITH FRESH MEAT SHIPPED IN SLACK BARRELSPaper used for covering or lining slack barrels in contact with fresh meat shouldbe of a kind which does not tear during such use but will remain intact whenmoistened by the meat juices and not disintegrate.USE OF BARIUM CARBONATE, RED SQUILL, AND SODIUM FLUORIDEThe use of barium carbonate and red squill as rat poisons, and of sodiumfluoride as a roach exterminator, may be permitted without submitting samplesfor laboratory examination when these substances are furnished by known,reputable dealers in drugs or chemicals and there is no reason for suspecting thepresence of objectionable impurities or poisons in them. A like exception fromlaboratory examination may be made in the case of proprietary preparations ofwhich the active constituent is barium carbonate, red squill, or sodium fluoride, when such preparations are plainly labeled to show one or more of these substancesas the active constituent. The substances must be used only under the restric-tions appropriate to each. Reference is made to Service and RegulatoryAnnouncements for April, 1915, page 43, June, 1923, page 55, and June, 1928,page 49, for the restrictions applicable to sodium fluoride, barium carbonate, and red squill, respectively.Conducts slaughtering.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 11ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, BYDISTRICTS, JANUARY, 1930Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats SwineBaltimore-------------------------------6, 366 686 94 1 74, 568Buffalo ---------------------------------704 1,815 5,189 ----------82,519Chicago -------------------------------129,066 43, 671 207,072 I---------729, 633Cincinnati ------------------------------13, 054 5,478 4, 503 5 90, 802Cleveland -------------------------------8, 162 4, 235 10, 725 ---------64, 605Denver ---------------------------------8, 808 1, 732 16, 771 52,969Detroit ----------------------------------8,004 6, 333 13, 333 1 106,104Fort Worth -----------------------------24, 731 26, 599 22,357 13 27,455Indianapolis -----------------------------17, 540 4, 700 6, 530 ----------174, 757Kansas City -----------------------------73, 974 13, 912 122, 315 27 279, 226Milwaukee ------------------------------15, 402 48,861 3,851 ----------131, 216National stock yards ----------------------25, 119 3,496 20, 119 18 99, 518New York ------------------------------32, 703 52, 692 220, 020 ----------125, 360Omaha ---------------------------------73, 031 6,095 152, 563 16 307, 603Philadelphia -----------------------------5,394 6,610 13,905 -----------81,420St. Louis -------------------------------13,828 3,743 4,384 1 142,428Sioux City------------------------------33. 716 2,478 74. 485 1 218, 752South St. Joseph ----------------24,373 5,345 115, 809 1 105,781South St. Paul ------------------41,804 65,857 53,555 2 301,513Wichita---------------------------------6,881 1,949 4,681 -----------43, 523All other establishments----143, 133 67, 485 152, 810 507 1, 761, 619Total: January, 1930 ------------------712, 793 373, 772 1, 225, 071 593 5, 001, 371January, 1929 ------------------735, 685 369, 010 1,150,011 1,117 5,737,7377 months ended January, 1930. 5,125,818 2,542,511 8,710,319 18,355 28 270,5367 months ended January, 1929 -5, 108, 967 2, 575, 077 8, 380, 762 13, 175 27, 725, 871New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and New-ark ---------------------------------39,369 59,090 257,752 ---------254,861Horses slaughtered in January, 1930--------------------------------------------------8,064Horses slaughtered in January, 1929-.------------------------------------------9,7947 months ended January, 1930 .-. .-. .-----------------------------------------------------94, 2557 months ended January, 1929 -----_.------------------------------------------------------83,981Inspections of lard at all estan! inents, 184,496,770 inspection pounds; compound and other substi-tutes, 38,637,568 inspection pounds; sausage, 62,575,552 inspection pounds.Corresponding inspections for January, 1929: Lard, 216,273,052 inspection pounds.Compound and other substitutes, 42,731,905 inspection pounds; sausage, 61,478,569 inspection 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.)I The slaughter figures for this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and " Allother establishments" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MARKETS, JANUARY, 1930Retained for tuberculosisTotalStaio slaughiter ITotalrPassed for Con-coo king demnedCattle:Chicago---------------------------------------129 OC6 5,521 197 771Kansas City.-----------------. ..-----------------73, 974 203 10 33Omaha--.--------------------------------------73, 031 529 31 69Swine:Chicago ------------------------------------729,633 91,502 941 834Kansas City--------------------------------279, 229i 14, 499 129 84Omaha. --------------------------------------307,03 21,342 203 169CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, DECEMBER, 1929Cause Cattle Calves Sheep SwineEmaciation---------------------------------------617 136 515 75Hog cholera.---. --.-------------------------------------------------------1,824Inflammatory diseases------------------------------1,145 265 748 3,975Immaturity----. ..--------------------------------------------259 -------------------Tuberculosis------------------------------------2,412 31 1 3,464All other causes----------------------------------1, 345 153 524 4,522Total------------------------------------. -5,519 844 1,788 13,860

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12 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February,IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTSImports of food animalsCountry of export Cattle Swine Sheep GoatsMexico _-.-.-.---------------------------------------------15,971 ---------I-------------Canada.--.-_----------------------------------------------7,082 161 104 4Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)---------------------------------377 . .-.--Total: January, 1930.---------------------------------23, 430 16 104 4January, 1929. ..-------------------------------20,454 33 1, 467 227 months ended January, 1930------------------244,227 2, 490 27,063 2287 months ended January, 1929-------------------304,014 2,529 17,329 178Imported meats and meat food productsFresh and refrigeratedCountry _xpr___________Cured and Other meat Totalcanned products weightBeef OtherPounds Pounds Pounds Pounds PoundsArgentina .--.--.-1, 000, 954 54,642 1,054,996Australia -------------------------------4,751 28 --.--7,065 11,844Brazil ----------------------------------------------------24.897 .-----24,897Canada------------------------------473, 328 124, 128 742,410 516, 460 1,856,326New Zealand --------------------------------------11 -----------65,530 65,721Uruguay------------------------------------------------498,245 35,871 534,116Other countries------------------------326,982 -----------54,927 144,802 526,711Total: January, 1930 ----------------805, 061 124,347 2. 320, 833 84, 370 4,074,611January, 1929 ---------------2, 588, 423 410, 680 5,776,892 886, 686 9,662,6817 months ended January, 1930 20, 494, 865 4,651, 236 60, 599, 802 6,035,529 91, 781,4327nonthsended January, 1929 38, 742,563 8,492,359 48,492,850 6,688,209 102,415,981Condemned in January, 1930: Beef, 51 pounds; pork, 158 pounds; total 209 pounds.Refused entry: Beef, 958 pounds; mutton, 1,041 pounds; pork, 1,201 pounds; total, 3,200 pounds.FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALName and specimen signature of a foreign official who has been authorized byhis national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certificates formeat and meat food products exported to the United States.Country and name SignatureSCOTLANDC. Barclay Reekie---

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19301 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 13SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATIONWITH STATES, JANUARY, 1930Tuberculin tests Total to dateduring monthS Inspector in State officialState CatOnceAcHerds chargeHerds Cattle tie tested credunderor tested refree ited super-lots acted herds herds visionAla----111 1,528 4 6,035 317 8,622 R. E. Jackson C. A. Cary, Auburn.Ariz-.282 4, 522 53 8,261 46 8,340 F. L. Schneider .R. J. Hight, Phoenix.Ark_---155 923 0 10,484 17 10,501 W. A. McDonaldJ. H. Bux, Little Rock.Calif. -135 9,168 137 7,081 128 7, 466 R. Snyder --------J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.Colo.13 476 23 932 178 1,576 W. E. Howe--.--. C. G. Lamb, Denver.Conn. 432 6,885 181 3, 454 2,886 6, 981 R. L. Smith--. Charles Johnson, Hartford.Del-1,564 6,987 125 4,231 2,354 6,788 E. B. Simonds-. O.A. Newton, Bridgeville.D. C 0 0 0 99 8 107 A. E. Wight .Fla .64 2,800 11 8,079 97 8,922 J. G. Fish -------J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee.Ga --2,123 5,852 5 36, 563 31 36, 599 A. L. Hirleman .J. M. Sutton, Atlanta.Idaho. -507 13,174 4 36, 654 59 39, 911 W. A. Sullivan A. J. Dickman, Boise.Ill --.10,084 110,808 2,087 144,564 5,509 163,439 J. J. Lintner -D. W. Robison, Spring-field.Ind---_ 2,533 23,016 90 142,953 23,636 168,802 J. E. Gibson.-. Frank H. Brown, Indian-apolis.Iowa--. 3,226 59,878 573 122,405 2,974 190,700 J. A. Barger_-M. G. Thornburg, DesMoines.Kans. 3,041 33,835 119 95, 575 597 96, 549 N. L. Townsend.J. H. Mercer, Topeka.Ky ------941 7,872 27 76,731 38 78,581 W. F. Biles ------D. E. Westmorland,Frankfort.La-----229 5,545 106 8,732 13 9,096 G. T. Cole------E. P. Flower, Baton RougeeMe -----535 5,551 56 42,891 809 43,817 G. H. CaldwelL. _ H. M. Tucker, Augusta.Md-1,280 14,737 224 15,647 8,524 31,108 E. B. Simonds. James B. George, Balti-more.Mass. 786 11,494 1,055 2,581 1,644 5,160 E. A. Crossman .E. F. Richardson, Boston.Mich. __ 5,301 47,570 182 182,976 68 184, 543 T. S. Rich .__-_B. J. Killham, Lansing.Minn 1,002 22, 195 188 101, 579 8,867 112.438 W. J. Fretz ______ C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.Miss--_277 2, 070 1 8,733 28 8, 761 H. R obbins -_.-R .V. Rafnel, Jackson.Mo.--750 7,466 17 77,666 227 81,417 Ralph Graham -_ 11. A. Wilson, JeilersonCity.Mont. 140 3, 884 17 32, 328 90 32, 470 J. W. Murdoch --W. J. Butler, Helena.Nebr. 2,074 30,365 216 72,939 118 73 367 A. 11. FrancisC. H. hays, Lincoln.Nev.71 2,172 3 1,626 12 1,938 L. C. Butterfield Edward Records, Reno.N. H. 944 12,074 363 2,953 4,122 7, 483 E. A. Crossian.__ A. L. Felker, Concord.N. J. 434 3, 817 353 4,361 3,276 11 347 W. G. Mliddleton J. 11. McNeiI, Trenton.N. Mex65 687 2 2,169 24 2,251 F. L. Schenider. Mat Keenan, Albuquer-que.N. Y.-5,919 83, 768 4,756 26, 725 76, 323 112, 426 H. 11. Leonard. E _ .T. Faulder, Albany.N. C 143 1 1,436 6 256,619 305 256,924 W. C. Dendinger William Moore, Raleigh. N. Dak 1, 520 30, 857 48 54, 826 5, 284 66, 351 H. 11. Cohenour-W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.Ohio! 8,557 77, 795 1,657 194, 383 839 202, 183 A. J. De Fosset C. McCandless, Colum-bus.Okla__ 38 1,473 0 118 262 390 L. J. Allen ----C. C. Hisel, OklahomaCity.Oreg 733 6,254 28 18,944 346 19, 309 S. B. Foster ____ \V. 11. Lytle, Salem.Pa -12,499 82, 041 3,289 115, 348 5,973 133, 603 J. B. Reid y -------T. E. Munce, Harrisburg.R. I 73 1,511 172 247 133 701 E. A. Crossman_-T. E. Robinson, Provi-dence.S. C _ 760 4, 974 6 65, 436 104 65, 600 W. K. Lewis W. K. Lewis, Columbia.S. Dak_ 336 8,504 118 9, 591 1,176 11, 177 J. 0. Wilson ----T. H. Ruth, Pierre.Tenn -997 6, 828 5 67, 149 12S 67, 374 H. L. Fr y _-_ J. M. Jones, Nashville.Tex -1,029 9,191 28 551 281 722 H. L. Darby -N. F. Williams, FortWorth.Utah ---358 2,129 8 10, 775 99 11, 348 F. F. MurrayW. H. Hendricks, SaltLake City.Vt -. 1, 097 22,976 263 5,887 6,974 23.819 L. H. Adams -Edward H. Jones, Mont-pelier.Va----. 1,733 12,655 85 41,075 957 43,205 I. E. 13rookbank H. C. Givens, Richmond.Wash. 1,301 15,341 106 44, 401 84 48,369 J. C. Exline ------Robert Prior, Olympia.W. Va. 1,200 8,145 15 56, 305 610 58,009 H. M. Newton John W. Smith, Charles-ton.Wis -4,587 118,303 3,984 162, 872 12, 491 17, 310 J. S. lealy L. M. Wright, Madison.Wyo __ 94 977 4 10, 954 3 12, 2U5 John T. D)las 1. D. Port, Cheyenne.Total. 82,073 952, 509 20, 800 2, 403, 4881179,06912, 750,195

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14 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February,PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS(List revised to February 10, 1930)In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, the bureau has grantedpermission for the use of the following saponified cresol solutions in the generaldisinfection of cars. yards, and other premises:Name of disinfectant ManufacturerAcresel Cresol Compound ---------------The Selig Co., 12 Latimer Street, Atlanta, Ga.Anchor Brand Cresol Compound---------The Antiseptic Products Co., 3101 Walnut Street, Denver,Colo.Atlas 50% Cresol Compound.-------------Chipman Chemical Engineering Co., 95 Liberty Street,New York, N. Y.ADCO Cresolis. ...-----------------------American Disinfecting Co. (Inc.), Sedalia, Mo.Clarisol. .....-----------------------------International Chemical Co., 3130 South Canal Street, Chi-cago, Ill.Cooper's Saponified Cresol Solution-------Wm. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill.Cre-O-Cris. .---------------------------Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y.Cre-Septic. .---------------------------Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., Chicago, Ill.Cresol Compound Clifton----------------.Clifton Chemical Co., 246 Front Street, New York, N. Y.Crestall Dip. ....--------------------------Baird & McGuire (Inc.), Holbrook, Mass.Cresyline Cresol Compound_ .-------------The Hunt Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Creusan Saponified Cresol Solution--------U. S. Sanitary Specialties Corporation, 435 South WesternAvenue, Chicago, Ill.Curts-Folse Cresol Compound Solution .Curts-Folse Laboratories, 70 Central Avenue, Kansas City,Kans.Cresnol Cresol Compound .---------------Fort Pitt Chemical Co., 3134 Penn Avenue, Arsenal Sta-tion, Pittsburgh, Pa.C-4 Soluble Disinfectant-----------------. Coopers Creek Chemical Co., West Conshohocken, Pa.Cardis-------------.----------------The P. M. Frank Disinfecting Co., 494 Broome Street, NewYork, N. Y.Carden Brand Saponified Cresol Solution. -Carden-Drury Chemical Works, 2200 North Martha Street,Philadelphia, Pa.Dr. Hess Saponified Cresol Solution-------Dr. Hess & Clark (Inc.), Ashland, Ohio.Dioxy Cresol Compound.-----------------. Preston T. Rhodes, 112 North Delaware Avenue, Philadel-phia, Pa.Deodol ---.------------------------------The Norwich Pharmacal Co., Norwich, N. Y. Dixsoline .----------------------------Dixie Chemical Co. (Inc.), 838 Gov. Nicholls Street, NewOrleans, La.Fecticide ....----------------------------Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, Mich.Germo-Cresolis ...------------------------Germo Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.Glidden Shur-Shot Disinfectant----------The Glidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Genpo Saponified Cresol Solution---------General Compounding Corporation, Central Avenue andSeventy-ninth Place, Glendale, Brooklyn, N. Y.Hexsol. ..------------------------------Tar Products Corporation, Providence, R. I.Karspray.-. ..----------------------------West Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Lo. g Island City,N. Y.Key-State Disinfectant..-----------------Interstate Chemical Co., Jersey City, N. J.Kremulso.-. ..----------------------------Leeds Chemical Co., Kansas City, Mo.Keystone Brand Saponified Cresol Solution-James Good (Inc.), 211 East Susquehanna Avenue, Phila-delphia, P.Kreo.--. ..--------------------------------The W. T. Rawleigh Co., Freeport, Ill.Kre-Sol. ...------------------------------Connecticut Chemical & Disinfectant Co., 683 ChapelStreet, New Haven, Conn.Licresolis. ...----------------------------West Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Long Island City,N. Y.Lilly's Cresol Compound, U. S. P---------Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.Masol. ....-------------------------------Charles B. Rodes, 3436 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo.Mapco 50% Cresol Compound-----------Michel & Pelton Co., 639 1owxard Street, San Francisco,Calif.Midland Cresol Compound---------------. .Midland Chemical Co., Dubuque, Iowa.Moorman'sSaponified Cresol-------------Moorman Manufacturing Co., Quincy, Ill.NSCO Cresol Compound ----------------National Supply Co., Birmingham, Ala.Pennsylvania Railroad Saponified Cresol Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Altoona, Pa.Solution.Red Seal Liquor Cresolis Compound------Shores-Mueller Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.Reilly's Cresolis Compound.--------------Republic Creosoting Co., Merchants Bank Building,Indianapolis, Ind.Roger's 50% Cresol Solution .-------------Detroit White Lead Works, Chicago, Ill.San-I-So.--------.------------------McLaughlin Gormley King Co., 1715 Fifth Street SE.,Minneapolis, Minn.Sapo-Cresol Special.--.--------------------Cremoline Disinfecting Co., St. Louis, Mo.Sherwin-Williams 50% Cresol Solution.--. The Sherwin-Williams Co., Chicago, Ill.Solcreo S. L -----------------------------The Standard Laboratories, 847 West Jackson Boulevard,Chicago, Ill.Standard Saponified Cresol Solution -------The Standard Chemical Co., Tacoma, Wash.Supersan Cresol Compound --------------Chemical Compounding Corporation, 262 Huron Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.Van Schaack's Liquor Cresolis Comp------Peter Van Schaack & Sons, Chicago, Ill.

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1930 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 15DISTRIBUTORS OF PERMITTED DISINFECTANTSDisinfectant Distributed under name ofDistributorCooper's Saponified Cresol SoBlue Cross Saponified CreBlue Cross Veterinary Supply Co., Supe-lution. sol. rior, Nebr.Crestall Dip------.--------Booth's Cresol Compound-J. M. Booth Chemical Co., 1020 East Over-land Street, El Paso, Tex.Carbola Liquid Disinfectant.---------------------------Carbola Chemical Co. (Inc.), NaturaBridge, N. Y.Chemo Cattle Didinfectant ------_---------------Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y.Coliseptol---------.-.------.--.--------------------Beebe Laboratories (Inc.), St. Paul, Minn.Creoslave----------------_---------------------The Chemical Supply Co., 2450 CanalRoad, Cleveland, Ohio.Creco Special.--------.-------------------------------Creco Co. (Inc.), Creco Building, LongIsland City, N. Y.Cabell's Hatchers Disinfec--------------------------The Cabell Chemical Co., 320 Fifteenthtant. Street, Huntington, W. Va.Dinsol----------.-----------------------------------Meyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo.Dr. LeGear's Cresol Disinfec-. _-------------------------Dr. L. D. LeGear Medicine Co., 4161 Becktant. Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.Disinfectone Cresol Coin.._.-------------------------W. D. Carpenter Co. (Inc.), Syracuse,pound. N. Y.Economy Disinfectant -----------_------__ --.-.---Economy h og & Cattle Powder Co., Shen-andoah, Iowa.Elkay's Agricultural Disinfec...------------------------United Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston,tant. Mass.Globe 50% Cresol Solution .---------------------------Globe Laboratories, Fort Worth, Tex.Glover's Cresol Disinfectant ---------------------------H. Clay Glover Co. (Inc.), 119 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.Hockwald's Creo-Lic Dip .-. .----------------------------Hockwald Chemical Co., 531 HowardStreet, San Francisco, Calif.Heinrich's Crestall Solution. . .-----------------------The Heinrich Chemical Co., Minneapolis,Minn.Kre-Lik-------------___-------------------------------J. F. Devine Laboratories (Inc.), Goshen,N. Y.Kresolig----. ._----.-----------------------------Z. D. Gilman, 627 Pennsylvania Avenue,NW., Washington, D. C.Lee's 50% Cresol Solution .I _----------------------------Geo. H. Lee Co., Omaha, Nebr.Myco Disinfecto.--.---. .-----------------------------Masury Young Co., Boston, Mass.Stanco Solution of Cresol ..-------------------------Standard Drug Co., Meridian, Miss.Compound. Tri-Krecide --------------------------------------Pitman-Moore Co., Indianapolis. Ind.U-C-Cos Cresolis ------. .-----------------------------United Chemical Cos., 401 DelawareStreet, Kansas City, Mo.Watkins 50% Cresol Solution--_.-.--_--_--._ -----The J. R. Watkins Co., Winona, Miss.Zelco Disinfectant. --. _.-The Sanitary Products Corporation, 160Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.Clarisol--.----------------Zenisol.__-----------------Zenoleum Products Co., 2231 Park Avenue,Detroit, Mich.Cresyline Cresol Compound. Creoxil--_-----------------The Paine Drug Co., Rochester, N. Y.Creusan Saponified Cresol Krefecto No. 2------------. .San Antonio Drug Co., San Antonio, Tex.Solution.Krosan-------_ ----------Joseph Kroger Soap Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.Keystone Brand Saponified Fidelity Stock Disinfectant. Fidelity Laboratories (Inc.), 820 ExchangeCresol Solution. Avenue, Chicago, Ill.Grotta Zoo-O-San No. 1 -Adolphe Grotta, 56 Montana Street, Ger-mantown, Philadelphia, Pa.Midland Cresol Compound--Cresylol----------------Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr.Red Seal Liquor Cresolis ComFort Dodge Saponified CreFort Dodge Serum Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa.pound. sol.Holt's Liquor Cresolis ComHoward Holt Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.pound.Sherwin-Williams 50% Cresol Bourbon Cresol Compound. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky.Solution.Corn States 50% Cresol SoThe Corn States Serum Co., Omaha, Nebr.lution.Fuller's 50% Cresol Solution_ Fuller Biological Laboratory, Springville,N. Y.Hemingway's 50% Cresol Heminway & Co. (Inc.), Chicago, Ill.Solution. Ka-De-Co Cresol Solution Keifer-Stewart Co., Capital Avenue and50%. Georgia Street, Indianapolis, Ind.Li-Cresol---------------The Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.),Twenty-first and Penn Streets, KansasCity, Mo.Miller's 50% Cresol Solution. Miller Chemical Co., Fifteenth and Cali-fornia Streets, Omaha, Nebr.San-I-Sol-----------------Car-Cresol---------------. .Noyes Bros. & Cutler (Inc.), Park Square, St. Paul, Minn.Macreso ----------------Marrinan Medical Supply, 169 West ThirdStreet, St. Paul, Minn.Pratts' Cresol Disinfectant. Pratt Food Co., 124 Walnut Street, Phila-delphia, Pa. San-I-Sol-------------------Peet Stock Remedy Co., 33 South Twenty-fifth Street, Council Bluffs, Iowa.

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16 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February,DISTRIBUTORS OF PERMITTED DISINFECTANTSDisinfectant Distributed under name ofDistributorSan-I-Sol.-----------------Twentieth Century DisinTwentieth Century Manufacturing Co.,fectant. Cedar Rapids, Iowa.Macosol----------------McConnon & Co., Winona, Minn.Sapo-Cresol Special ---------Crespolin.----------------.The Worrell Manufacturing Co., St. Louis,Mo.Heisol ----------------------Dusol.-------------------Buffalo Scientific Co., Massachusetts Ave-nue and Niagara Street, Buffalo, N. Y,ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCEDUNDER LICENSESClear serum HyperimSimultaneHyperim-Total serum completed mune blood ous virus rnumuzingcleared virusC. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C.c.January, 1930--------------------38,243,377 32,787,195 43,352,073 2,038,636 11,015,429January, 1929 _-----------------59,147, 129 44,474,497 53,459,564 1, 953, 949 16, 322,6077 months ended January, 1930 525,383,942 376, 815, 106 417,949,531 33,282,205 96,205,5177 months ended January, 1929 533, 272, 525 405,946,564 464, 372, 504 36, 738, 435 111, 849, 145PERMITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JANUARY, 1930Permit No. 6 was issued January 9, 1930, to A. Charklian, 516 Fifth Avenue,New York City, for the importation of antrax vaccine (manufactured by Labora-toire des vaccins, Pasteur Pour 'Etranger, 83 Rue Dutot, Paris, France), and canine-antidistemper serum D. W. (manufactured by Laboratoire de S6rotherapieV6trinaire, 83 Rue Escudier, Boulogne-sur-Seine, France).BIOLOGIC PRODUCTS OTHER THAN ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUMAND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED BY LICENSED ESTABLISH-MENTS DURING CALENDAR YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1929Aggressins: Doses BacterinsContinued. DosesAnthrax-.------------------------360, 599 Mixed (canine) ------------------49,590Blackleg (natural) ----------------3,774,005 Mixed (equine)-----.--------------105,637Blackleg (cultural) ----------------382,389 Mixed (feline)---------------------3.577Hemorrhagic septicemia----------2,746,860 Mixed (lepine)--------------------33, 169Mixed (ovine) _--------------------78, 242Total .---,--------------------,263,853 Mixed (porcine) -------------------1,078,525Antisera and sera. Navel-ill (equine) -----------------36,612Abertan (serina ) ,42 Pneumonia (bovine)--------------2,860Abortion (bovine)-----------------8,427 Pneumonia (porcine)-------------2,820Anthrax ------------------------95,145 Pyogenes bacillus (bovine) --------1,543Blackleg ------------------------10, 621 Rhinitis mixed (porcine) ----------5,930Botulinus -----------------------14,025 Scours (bovine ------------------137,928Distemper (canine) ----------------198,309 Sours (porcine).------------------222,745Hemorrhagic septiceia---113,453 Staphylococcus -------------------15,356Influenza (equine) -----------------8, 453 Streptococcus------------18,009Mastitis (bovine) ------------------6, 475 Suipestifer _ .-----------------------43,319Mixed (avian) --------------------20, 200 Typhoid (avian)------------------52,950Mixed (canine) --------------------3,920Mixed (porcine) -------------------4,201 Total _.--.----------------------13,635,056Navel-ill (equine) -----------------3, 315 Diagnostic agents: Scours (bovine) --------------------61,467 Johnin -_--------------------------2,290Scours (porcine) -------------------2315 Mallein (intradermic) -------------5,675Swine erysipelas ------------------51,991 Mallein (ophthalmic, disk)--------26,928Tetanus -------------------------315,349 Mallein (ophthalmic, liquid)------100,425Venin -----------------------------328 Mallein (subcutaneous)-----------3,835Normal --------------------------2,483 Pullorin----_-----------------1,891,835Tuberculin (avian) ---------------605, 240Total ------------------------1,640,477 Tuberculin (intradermic)---------2,516,621Bacterins: Tuberculin (ophthalmic, liquid)-. 387, 347Abortion (bovine) -----------------139, 262 Tuberculin (ophthalmic, disk) 140,695Abortion (equine) ------------------2,315 Tuberculin (subcutaneous) --------99, 989Abortion (porcine) ----------------8,300 Total _--.-----------------------5,780,880Autogenous ----------------------132,814Blackleg -----------------------2, 310, 223 Vaccines, viruses, and toxins:Colon---------------------------5, 55 Abortion vaccine (bovine)---------162,281Diarrhea (avian) ------------------4, 260 Anthrax vaccine.----------------1,992,340Distemper (canine) ----------------137, 751 Blackleg vaccine ----------------2,490,588Distemper (feline) -----------------300 Canine-distemper antigen----------33,523Hemorrhagic septicemia -, 563, 287 Canine-distemper vaccine---------18, 715Influenza (equine) -----------------250,241 Canine-distemper virus ------------20,869Keratitis (bovine) .----------------170,673 Chicken-pox vaccine.------------1,907,034Mastitis (bovine)-----------------390,076 Rabies vaccine _------------------361,004Metritis (bovine)------------------94,702 Swine-erysipelas vaccine-----------44,510Metritis (equine)------------------1,330 Total. .-----------------------7,030,864Mixed (avian).-----------------5,086,732Mixed (bovine).------------------448,323 Grand total------------------35,351,130

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 17SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, JANUARY, 1930Bureau Demonstrations Out-veteriMeetPremises AutopFarms Farms reportedState narians ings advestisies perquncleaned engaged dressed gated Number Hogs formed lie r nd d bureauin work treated carded veteri-nariansAlabama -----------1 2 98 ---------3----------3 --------Arkansas---1 34 -California -----------.04 1 --------Colorado -----------1 10 10 1 4Florida -------------1 -36 13 390 3 4Georgia -------------1.33 1 167 7 73 3 24Idaho 1 9 67 1 28 7 1 IIllinois -------------3 4 172 -2 9 20 25Indiana -----------2 11 52 14 3Iowa ---------------2 5 29 11Kansas ----.6-----88---------Kentucky ----------2 1 192 1 26 19 4 11Louisiana -----------1 17 6 88 ; 5Maryland ----------2 3 69 16 3 13Michigan --2 80 4 6Mississippi ----------1.03 1 101 47 406 h 8Missouri ------------1 3 44 --------------6 5Nebraska ----------.66 17-------------9 ---------3--------3North Carolina 1 1 76 9 160 13 18Ohio ---------------2 15 27 -3Oklahoma -----------5 -----16 -------------6 1South Carolina 1 51 49 -78 4 3South Dakota 1 9 -8Tennessee -----------1 95 4 S 1 2 12Virginia ------------1 4 203------------------Washington 78 1 42 3Oregon----------West Virginia --------2 ---------3 ----------------------Wisconsin -6 ---Total ---------33.86 77 1,838 13 2,057 208 4 24 162I Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to the work.NOTE.-No work reported from Utah and Texas.PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACTDocket No. 143.-In re the American Live Stock Connission Co. and othermarket agencies, Union Stock Yards, South Omaha, Nebr. On November 19,1926, the Secretary issued an order in this docket, prescribing maximum ratesfor buying and selling livestock by market agencies at the Omaha stockyards.The commission men sought to have the order enjoined before a statutory tribu-nal of three judges in the Federal court for Nebraska. A temporary injunctionwas issued, but after full hearing that court dissolved the injunction and rendereda decision upholding the right of the Secretary to fix rates for this service andfinding that the rates fixed were reasonable. Following this the rates were putinto effect by the market agencies on February 11, 1929, and an appeal was takento the Supreme Court of the United States. That court handed down a decisionon February 24, 1930, upholding the right of the Secretary to prescribe rates forbuying and selling livestock at public stockyards, and finding that the ratesprescribed by the order in this docket were reasonable.Docket No. 302.-In re J. W. Kothmann & Sons, market agency, Union StockYards, San Antonio, Tex. On December 10, 1929, the Acting Secretary issued aninquiry and notice alleging violation of the act by failure of respondent to executeand maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of its obligations. Therespondent admitted the facts and waived a hearing, and on February 3, 1930,in accordance with the Secretary's regulation, filed with the chief, Bureau of Ani-mal Industry, a fully executed copy of a bond dated December 18, 1929. OnFebruary 26, 1930, the Acting Secretary ordered the respondent to cease and desist from doing business as a market agency without executing and maintaining,and having on file a fully executed copy of a surety bond or other satisfactoryform of indemnity to secure the performance of its obligations.CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS WITH PUBLIC UTILITIESOfficials in charge are hereby notified that it will not be necessary to executenew, informal contracts or agreements with public utilities for such services astelephone, gas, electricity, and water for the fiscal year 1931, nor will notice of

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18 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February, 1930renewal be necessary. The service may continue under the existing contractor agreement until such time as a change in the service or rate is effective.RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWSMEAT INSPECTION LAWFrank Shapiro, Camden, N. J., offering uninspected meat for interstate ship-ment, $5 fine.Edward F. King, Cooperstown, N. Y., offering unsound meat for interstateshipment, $100 fine.NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU(The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to Individual employees, but sends copies toofficers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies.So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]Farmers' Bulletin No. 825 (revised). Pit Silos. By T. Pryse Metcalfe andGeorge A. Scott, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 8, figs. 4.Farmers' Bulletin No. 1146 (revised). Dourine of Horses. By John R. Mohler,chief, Bureau of Animal Industry, and H. W. Schoening, Pathological Division.Pp. 10, figs. 5.Farmers' Bulletin No. 1541 (revised). Feeding Chickens. By M. A. Jull andA. R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 22, figs. 8.Miscellaneous Publication No. 68. The 1929 Outbreak of Foot-and-MouthDisease in Southern California. By John R. Mohler, chief, Bureau of AnimalIndustry, and Rudolph Snyder, Field Inspection Division. Pp. 16, figs. 10.Effect of Diet on the Resistance of the Albino Rat to Bacterium abortus. ByRalph Hoagland, Biochemic Division, and John M. Buck, Bethesda ExperimentStation. In Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 40, No. 3, February 1, 1930.Key No. A-133. Pp. 201 to 208.Transmission of Pullorum Disease (Bacillary White Diarrhea) in Incubators.By Hubert Bunyea and Walter J. Hall, Pathological Division. In Journal ofAgricultural Research. vol. 40, No. 3, February 1, 1930. Key No. A-134.Pp. 209 to 223, figs. 6.Amendment 6 to B. A. I. Order No. 276, governing the preparation, sale, barter,exchange, shipment, and importation of viruses, serums, toxins, and analogousproducts intended for use in the treatment of domestic animals. EffectiveApril 1, 1930. P. 1.Amendment 9 to B. A. I. Order 317, declaring names of counties placed inmodified accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective February 1, 1930. P. 1(mimeographed).Index to Service and Regulatory Announcements, 1929. By John R. Mohler,chief, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 115 to 117.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 cents;

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