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No. 81 (1914)-

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8. R. A.B A 26ne anay,13






Unite Stte epr r
SERVICE AN EULTR ANUCEET







BUREAU' OF ANMA INUSR
DECEBER198


concerning thew or fteBra fAia nuty redsrbto slmtdt penurson in t







wThose uties akeo it desirbed ot for themt havsemnto suc information, anjunas espctianrllygs cocre.,

, Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Prmting
Ofhee, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official in charge
ofa station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force.
S.A fie should be kept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS
Page
Changes In directory~__.....~.........-. ................. .......................................... I 19
Notice regarding meat inspection.-.~. ............-~-.................~~~---.........~~.............. 121
Foreign meat-inspection offiials..----~---~~~.........................-............................. 121
Imports of food animals and of meats and ment, food products, November, 19,31..................... 121
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, November, 1931---.......... ................. 122
Causes of condemnations of carcasses, October, 1931~ .~..............~...........~.~... ....~......... 122
Summary of luberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, November, 1931.~.~.~.-..... 123
Summary of hog-cholera-control work, November, 1931~..~... ....-~.........-~~.................... 124
Anti-hog-cholera serum and bog-c~holera virus produced under licenses, November, 1931............ 124
Licenses issued for biological products, November, 1931 -................................ ....~..... 125
Proceedings under the packers and stockyards act, December, 19131~~.~.-.--.......~....~~........... 125
Stockyards posted..--.. .~-.~.~~~-~..... .... .... ... ..... ............... 125
Lime-salphur dips for scabies.......................... .........-.-..-.............~..~-............ 125
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws- ---~~.................~-~............. ..... ~~....... ..... 125
New pUblications of the bureau -~..................~ ........................................ ..~..... 126
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry.........----~~. ....~..~..........~~-~~.............. 126


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inspection Granted

3-DD. Swift & Co., Jewel Avenue, Vernon, Calif.
$*16. Laclede Packing Co., 3801 Aldine Street, St. Louis, Mo.
85. Armour & Co., 2030 Clark Avenue, St. Loutis, Mro.
(179. Victor Goulash Co., 1100 West Grand Avenue, Chicago, Ill.

Meat Inspection Withdrawn

1-J. Armour & Co., Thirty-fifth Street and Eleventh Avenue, New York, N. Y.
3--N. Swift & Co., 824 South Vandeventer Avenue, St. Louis, Mio.
2(1-Z. Wilson & Co., Alton Park Station, Chattanooga, Tenn.
999. H. L. Caplan & Co., 23 South High Street, Balt~imore, Md.
From subsidiary: George H. Swift, under establishments 27, 27-A,
27-B, and 27-C.

Meat Inspection Extended

20. Wilson & Co., New York, N. Y'., to include The Atlantic Lard Co.
27. North Packing &: Provision Co., Somerville, Mass., to include John P.
Squire Co., Springfield Provision Co., The Spefiry & Barnes Co., Sperry
& Barnes, Swift & Co., and J. P. Squire &t Co. Also change name of
the Squire section from J. P. Squire & Co. to John P. Squire Co.


+ TNo rsearle cas


*Conducts slaughtering.
119


94022-32







120 BUREAU OF ANI1VAL INDUSTRY [December

27-A. White, Pevey &E Dexter Co., Worcester, Mass., to include North Packing
& Provision Co., John P. Squire Co., Boston Packing & Provision Co.,
Springfield Provision Co., The Sperry & Barnes Co., Sperry & Barnes,
Swift &I Co., and J. P. Squire & Co.
27-B. Springfield Provision Co., Brightwood, Mass., to include North Packing
& Provision Co., John P. Squire Co., Boston Packing & Provision Co.
The Sperry & Barnes Co., Sperry & Barnes, White, Pevey & Dexter Co.,
Swift & Co., and J. P. LSquire & Co.
27-C. The Sperry &G Barnes Co., New Havlen, Conn., to include North Packing
& Provision Co., John P. Squire Co., Boston Packing & Provision Co.,
Springfield Provision Co., White, Pevey & Dexter Co., Swift & Co.,
and J. P. Squire & Co.
Change in Name of O~irial Establishment
166-A4. Swift &L Co., 3815 Chouteau Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., St. Louis Inde-
pendent Packing Co., and Missouri Butterine Co. of St. Louis instead of
previous name.
932. W~alter E. Watson, I15 Vine Street, Philadelphia, Pa., and W. E. Watson
& Co., instead of previous name.
1014. Ratliff Pure Food Product~s Co., 4109 Arizona Street, Fort Worth, Tex.,
Walker's Pure Food Products Co., and Texas Rio Rita Canning Co., in-
stead of previous name.

Change of Olleicil in Charge
Dr. C. H. Hayrs succeeds Dr. J. O. Wilson as inspector in charge at Pierre,
S. Dak.
Dr. J. O. Wilson succeeds Dr. Rudolph Snyder as inspector in charge at Denver,
Colo.
Dr. W. A. Sullivan succeeds Dr. J. T. Dallas as inspector in charge at Chey-
enne, Wy0.
Dr. J. T. Dallas succeeds Dr. WV. A. Sullivan as inspector in charge at Boise,
Idaho.
Change in Mail Address of Oficial in Charge
Dr. C. F. Payne, P. O. box 138 (office Livrestock Exchange Building) National
Stockyards, Ill.
Dr. Franki Jelen, P. O. box 339, South Omaha Station (office Federal Building,
South Omaha Station) Omaha, Nebr.
Dr. G. E. Totten, P. O. box 267 (office 205 Post Office Building) South St.
Paul, M'inn.
Dr. J. F. Park, P. O. box 2441, Westplains, M~o., instead of P. O. box 201.
New Substations
Vernon, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif.
Houstoni Tex., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Fort Worth,
Tex.
Joplin, M~o., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Kansas City, Mo.
M~aysville, Ky., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Norfolk, Nebr., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Omaha, Nebr.
Trevor, W~is., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Chicago, Ill.
Substation Discontinued
Stockton, Calif., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Los Angeles,
Calif.
Remove from Address List
Dr. Rudolph Snyder, Denver, Colo.











NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION

FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALS

Names and specimen signatures of foreign officials who have been authorized
by their national Governments to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certi-
ficates for meat and meat food products exported to the United States.


405.725I 213,791
392, 146 I 1, 946. 985
06i3.8G3: 27.;f83837
814, 965 64,675. 248


121


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTs


19811


Country and name


Signature


Italy


Dr. Second Scrivano..... -





Dr. Giov-anni Kioch... ....





Dr. H. BlanrazilFreitas....


--- -


.7p~ ~


0>


Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


Country of export


... ... .. 34 20
223 348' 1


226 382 30
28 521 28
1. 921 I 048 63
374 I 8. 502 103


C anada..-... . .. . .
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)~-...................
Total:
November, 1931._.-.~~. _~_~._.....~..~.. ... ........
November':~"d,"a 193.~.~~.~~.~~.......................
November, f931~.~._..~..~.-~_.._................
November, 1930.~~~.................


6. 066
1, 572
87

7, 725
4, 650
95, 134
211, 593


Imported meats and meat food products


SFresh and refrigerated
Country~ of export
Beef Other


Pounds Pounds
A rgentina. .. .. .. .. .. .
Ausrai.... ........... ...... ....... 1,58
Bra z il.................................... ........... ... .
Canada.~.~.-------------................. a 291,28 56, 44
New Zealand... .. .. ... .. .... 15,796 ... ...
Paragua.v.~~._._..~........~...~............ ..................
C ruguay. .. . . . .
Other countries.. . .. .

Total:
N~ams b 193


Canned Other meat
and cured products


Pounds Pounds
160,42'1 .. ..
.~........... 2,130
26, 508 454
........... 2010
37, 526 16,500 (
1, 178, 177 049, 864
71, 540 125, 513


Total
wePight


Pounds
160.4121
S10. 388
26,962
468.094
17. 806
34L, 026
1. 273, 041
197,053


oVIII em l er, -. ...... .... 45,08 70.70 1,692I, 51
November, 1930................./ 158.769 51, 627 1, 3.44,43
Illnonths endedl--
November, 1931.............. 1, 382, 181 1 134. 834 ?0, 182, 959 5,
November, 1930............./ 5,567, 815 2, 882, 853 bl. 409. 615 4,

Condemned in November, 1931: Beef, 47 pounds. Refused entry: Pork, 8 pounds,


nnn nr


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1931

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products
inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry, during November, 1931, with figures for other periods for
comparison.
Imports of food animals





~111111~~


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
NOVEMBER, 1931


Station Cattle Calves Bhee Gn oats Swine


Baltimore.................................. 6, 310 916 2, 207 ..........- 72 925
But~slo. .-......................-............ 4, 794 1, 563 6, 3 ..... 6, 726
Chicago. .................................... 120, 147 32, 817 254, 801 .........., 653, 777
Cincinnati................................. 10, 884 5, 500 10, 280 1 8715
Cleveland......,,_-.......... -........... 3, 520 3, 524 1,26..... 7 8
Denver.................................... 9, 239 1, 548 24, 648 .........._ 24, 2210
De troit .................................... 4, 858 5, 365 15 8 ... 50, 436
Fort W'orth.................................. 22, 232 17, 500 33, 979 125 16 5683
Indianapolis............................... 8, 777 2, 656 5,62...... 0, 276
Kansas City................................. 48, 273 14, 646 1240 .... 202, 488
Los AngelsB--......-.............--........ 10, 094 2, 513 35, 862 ..........- 27, 900
Milauke......................... 15, 501 44, 910 10, 173 1_ .. __ ____ 115, 23B
National Stock Yards....................... 22, 300 5, 957 26, 163 160 77, 502
NewYor.......................... 30, 449 48, 556 283, 4B5 1.......... 77, 874
Omaha......................................-- 53, 625 4, 885 1441, 767 1 148, 303
Philadelphis~~~~.-._.~~~................... 5, 792 5, 688 21, 154 .........._ 88, 301
St. LouiE.~..~.-.~.......--.................... 11,181 8, 233 6,8 ..... 140,900
Sionr City.....-~......~-~.~...---............ 27, 550 2, 755 61, 154 .........._ 123, 839
Both St. Josepb ~..__...................... 21, 897 3, 643 86, 271 I..._...... 70, 466
South St. Paul. .................-~~.......... 40,781 61, 494 116,716 1..........1 286, 841
Wichita... ............~...~..._......._ 6,054 1, 182 454..... 28, 272
All other stations...............~-...~........ 129, 923 79, 449 238, 857 808 1, 685, 983
Total:
Novmbe, 131................ 614, 208 355, 390 1, 505, 120 1, 107 4, 217, 819
November, 1930-.................... 605, 048 323, ;O2 1, 305, 482 1, 343 4, 023, 718
11 months ended--
November, 1931................. 7, 421, 852 4, 328, 075 16, 400, 027 6, 428 3O, 385, 356
November, 1930~-~...~........... 7,478,817 4, 197, 421 15, 270, 154 9,016 39, 610, 002
New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City,
and Newasrk l~~~.~.~~.~.......... 37, 579 55, 960 339,586 .....~..... 249,68

I The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York and
" All other stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.
Horses slaughtered:
Novem ber, 1931.._ __.___ __... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 11, 881
Novem ber, 1930.. -.._.... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .... 15, 575
11 months ended--
N ovem ber, 1931............... ............. ............. ... --.-....... ..... ..... .... 106, 537
November, 1930....................~ ~~~... -.. ..~...... .. .~.. .......... ................. 122,087
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 137,67B,381 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,
31,394,52.5 inspection pounds, sausage, 54,026,347 inspection pounds.
Correspondling inspect ions for No-em ber 1930: Lard, 131,ll18,062 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 38,981,353 inspection pounds; sausage, 54l,763,436 inspection pounds.
(The je 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.)

CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, OCTOBER, 1931


Cause Cattle Calves Sh epband Swine


Emaciation..... .......................~~~.~.......... 686 37 420 Stl
Biog cholera~....~.~~............. ................. ~.....~~-- I~.- ~~.. 1 .... ......... 5, 678
Inflammatory diseases. ~........................ ~----~-- 1, 252 164 819 2303
Im m a uri y .. ... .... ... ... ._. .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...120 ... ...... ...........----
Tuberculosis __ ...... .. ....~~~-............... 2, 026 28 1 2, 66
Other causes....~--~-~-.............__... ....~~~--~~~... 1, 646 292 857 3,0571

Total...................................~~... 5, 610 650 2, 0971 13, 780


122


[Dee~mber


avilEAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY









123


. 1e1)


Tuberculmn tests dur-
ing month


Total to date


Inspector in charge





R. E. Jackson.....
F. L. Schneider...
W. A. McDonald.
W. E. Howe......
R. Snyder.........


E. B.Simonds....

A. E. WYight......
T. W. Cole........

A. L. Birleman...

W. A. Bullivan....

J. J. Lintner.......

J. E. ibson......

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

N. L. Townsend..

W. F. Biles...

G. T. Cole._.-.....

G. R. Cald well~....
E. B. Simondis..~..

E. A. Crossman...


T. S. Rich......~..
W~. J. Fretl....~...
B. Robbins.~..~...

Ralphb Graham....

J. W\. M~urdoch...

A. HI. Francis.~....

L. C. Butterfield..
E. A. Crossman...
Ellis E. M~cCoy...
F. L. Schneider.~.


H. B. Leonard.~...
W'.C. Deadinger~.

H. H. Cohen our.. .
A. J. De Fosset ..
L. J. Allen ........


S. B. Foster.~......
J. B. Reidy.......

E.A8.Crossman...

W. K. Lewis......
J. O. Wilson......

HI. L. Fry_~........
H. L. Darby......

F. E. Mlurray...

L. l. Adams~~._...

R. E. Brook bank.


State official





C. A. Cary, Auburn.
E. L. Stam, Phoenix.
J. H. Bux, Little Rock.
J. J. King, Sacramento.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.

Charles Johnson, Hrrt-
ford.
Halph C.Wilson,DUo-
ver.

J. V. K~napp, Tallahas-
see.
J. MI. Sutton, Atlanta.

Thomas W'. White,
Bolse.
D. W. Ro bison, S prng-
field.
Frank. Browfn. lu-
dianapolis.
MI. G. Thornburg, Dej
M~oines.
J. H. M~ercer. Topek~a.

D. E. W'estmoreland,
Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
B. RI. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George, Balti-
more.
E. F. Richalrdson, Bos-
ton.

C. H. Clark, Lansmug
C. E. Cotton, st P'aul.
Charles E. O'Neal,
Jackson.
H. A. W'ilson, Je~ffrson
City.
WY.J. Butler, Belena.

H. L. Feistner, Lin-
coln.
Edwasrd Record~s, Heno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. M~cNeIll Trenton.
M~at eenen, .41bu-
querqlue.

E. T. Fauldier, albalny.
William boore, Ra-
leigh.
WV. F. Crewfe, Bismarck
G. H. Pierce, Colum bus.
C. C. Hisel, Uklah~oma
City.

W. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. M~unce, Harris-
burg.
T. E. Robinson, Prowt-
dence.
W. K. ~Lewis, Colmumba
R. 8. Robinson, Pierre.

J. MI. Jones, N'ashville.
N. F. Williams, Fort
Worth .
WV. H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake City.
Ed ward H. Jones.
M~ontpelier.
H. C. Givens. Rieb-
mondf.


State








Calif.....
Colo-....

Conn~....



D. C.....


Ga- ......

Idabo....



Ind..-..

Iowa.....






Me.......


Mass_ ____


Mdich~_.

Miss.....

Mo....._

Mvont.._.

N~ebr.~....


N. H....
N. J...___
V. Mex~..


N. Y.....
N. C_....

N. Dak..
Ohio.....
Okla.....



Pa.......

R. L.....

B. 0......
S. Dak...

Tenn.....
TeL.....

Utah__...

Vt.......

Va.....


Ac-
cred-
ited



317





3, 02

1,735







5, 65

3,32


572








3, 696

;4
5,85







9
6,277
5,05
26


74, 884
358

5, 458
764
201



7, 541
170

123
1, 061
99
466

110

9, 5404


I Cat-
Cattle tle
tested re-
acted


17, 012 0
701 2
1, 116
10, 801 92


14, 634 3

63,60o3 43


13,33 4





91, 871 1, 22

14,751 149

107, 1581 1, 374

13, 36 72

7, 8841 8



6, 60; 22
15, 563) 242

114,838) 2, 053


80, 2361 154
38, 881 237


12, 216 13

1;, 394 41

1207 41
5,33 16
18,795 335
13, 991 632
1,24 13


132, 05 8, 697 4

33, 5101 128
42, 924( 182
3, 0671 2


10,183( 56
65, 0221 3, 116

1,7161 130

3, 481 4
15, 0691 138

5, 0391 3
11, 9061 41

8,43 26

20, 140 7

14. 65195


Once-
tested-
free
herds


51, 803
8, 769
20, 236
9, 455
30



4,921


2,261

86, 605

45, 399

77, 695

182, 51

100, 000

113, 998

101,482

6, 169

43, 02A
20, 025

5, 919


190, 178
129, 931
20, 703
108, 17

39,02



4,010

6,03
4,22


256,556

67, 85
239, 32
15, 34


56,071
123, 85



88, 00
9, 57

88,51
20, 821

9,69

4, 367

92, 112


Herds
under
super-
vision


54, 380
8, 873
20, 246

133

8, 495

7, 115
46
2,896

86, 635

48,873

229, 789

188, 298

200, 000

114, 808

103, 875

6,479

43, 917
39, 708

10, 709


190,441
13;,938
20,741

112, 2988

42, 514

88,037

4,319
11,141
17, 080
4,333


15, 176
256, 924/


240,52
15, 54


56,35
142, 87
713

88, 148


88,18


10, 091

15, 26

93, 00


Herds
or lots



2, 66


17

791






1, 606
598

8, 244

1,316

6, 85

753

1,22




1, 861

1, 513


9,115
2, 847


1, 32

454



113




1,43
95


11,201

5, 38





1,017


130


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTs


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1931











































































































_ ___~~ ~__


124


[Deember


Tuberculin tests dur-
ing month


Total to date


State






Wash....
W. Va...
Wis......

W~yo..~...


Inspector incharge






J. C. Exline._~.....
H. M. Newton..~..
J. S. Healy'..~.~-...


State official






Robert Prior, Olympia.
H. M. Gore, Charleston.
Walter WisnickLy, Mad-
ison.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.


Cat-
tle
re-





630

0


Once-
tested-
fr~ee
herds


40,962
83, 240
177,853

12,311


AC-
cred-
ited
~herds


93
626
10, 650

7


Berds
under
super-
vision


63,979
85, 044
189, 240


Herds
or lots




1, 419
9. 012

48


Cattle
tested



15,166
6, 413
190. 693

653


13, 7121 John T. Dallas.~...


09 00, 536


16J4, 647i13 30,78


Total.. 0 4. 4611. 13 5


onstra-
ions I Autop-
Isies
per-
Hogs formed
treated





210 .
91 1





97 122
. . ..
116 I 29
34 i 12
189 I 1
.......12 0


.... ... 42


.... ... 10
241 2


Outbreaks
reported
to bureau








13
3
2
224
03
114
7
48
5
120
136
2
5
1

3
100
4
11
8
23
9
6
5
4
18

947


Farms
quaran-
tined or
carded


Farms
cleaned
and dis-
infected


Srate


Aliabama ~. ~. .... ... ......
California-.......~.......
Colorado~~..........
Florida~~......~~.~......
G3eorgia.._...............
Idabo..._~......_........
Illinois.. .
Indiana.-..._...._.......
Iowa .. .. .. .. .
Kansas ..........
Kentuc~ky................
Loutsian a. ......
M~aryland..~...~~...~....
M~ichigan.~..~..~~.....

MIsouri._~~~.~...........
Nebraska.-.~.~...........
North Carolina.....~....
Ohio.......... ..........
Oklahoma.........
Soutb Carolina~~.........
South Dakota. .........
Tennessee........ -
Tpexs... .
Virginia~.~._..~~.........
n'ashingtoon.............
Cleg n...~_.....~........
W'est Virginia.......
Wisonsin ........


I Dem
Me-Prem- Li
hIings- ises in-
dnsd vesti-
resdgated Num-
ber


.... ... 42 ..


.. .. .. 60 12
... .. 5 2

5 250 .
........ 111 .. .
I 97 2

.. .. .. 170 3



.. .. .. 33 26
.. .. .. 52 2

.... ... 20 ..
........l 63 10
.... ... 62 ..
.... ... 106 ..
.. .. .. 30 19
I 12 .
I 63 4
........ 41 .
........ 91 .


... .. _i 22 12
...... 211 1

12 2,180 97


.........
.........
.........
.........
2
2
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........


.........
.........
72
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........


....... ......... __1
..................
1 2



4 I


... ... ... ...
.. .


5
92
18

1474


62
21

1, 669


1 Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to work.
NOTE.--no work reported froml States not listed.

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, NOVEMBER, 1931


Total ssrummlp $ Hgpr o Simultane- Hy en-
co~lre' clearedl vU 'U irus


C. c. C. c. C. c. 1 C. c. C. c.
.71, 623, 113 58j, 515, 984 92, 853, 510 3, 348, 100 16,0j3, 176
4, 20, 37 37, 432, 038 46, 561, 180 3. 514, 853 9, 801, 428

.| 864,518,083 750,670,.571 915,607,797 66,976,102' 177,350,970
.! 760,597,0051 616,743,741l 763,290.613 58,463,008l 157,6632,387


Period


Novem ber, 931 ........... ~~......
November, 1930.-........~.~.......
11 momrbs ended--
November, 1931...........~...
November, 1930. -............


BtREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK. IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1931--Continued


SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WeORK, NOVEMBER, 1931


Bureau
veteri-
narians
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SERVICE AN;D RtEGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1931

'License No. 6--A w~as issued November 23, 1931, to Pitman-MLoore Co., Divi-
sion of Allied Laborator~ies (Inc.), near Zionsville, Ind. (Mlailing address: 1220
Madison Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind.), for antierysipelas seruml (sw~ine) and
antimastitis serum (bovine).


PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT,
DECEMBER, 1931

Docket No. 852.-I~n re E. R. Buck v. Chicago Producers Commission Associa-
tion, Chicago, Ill.' On June 10, 1931, E. R. Buck filed a complaint with the
Secretary of Agriculture alleging negligence on the part of employees of the
Chicago Producers Commission Association in the handling and sale of a load of
cattle on March 26, 1931, and asking for reparation in the amount of $159.33.
This case involves only a claim for reparation and thle parties having effected a
satisfactory settlement, therefore, on December 3, 1931, thle Acting Secretary of
Agriculture dismissed the case.
STOCK YARDS POSTED
On December 17, 1931, the Webb Livestock Commission Co. stockyards, located
at Grand Island, Nebr., w~as posted as coming within the jurisdiction of the
packers and stockyards act.

LIME-SULPHUR DIPS FOR SCABIES
Permission Withdrawn
The lime and sulphur dips listed below, the use of which has been permitted
in the official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies, are no longer being manu-
facturred and have, therefore, been removed from the list of permitted products.
Name of Dip M~anufacturer
Armstrong's Lime and Sulphur Dip. ._ __ __ Armstrong Paint &G Varnish
Works, Chicago, Ill.
Avalon Farms Lime-Sulphur Dip... ........ Avalon Farms Co., Chicago, Ill.
Uponr Honor Lime-Sulphurr Wash. ......... Chicago Paint Works, Chicago,
Ill.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-
labory laws, as reported to t.he bureau, as follows:
Twventy-Eight-Hour Law
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.
Chicago & Alton Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Chicago Great Western Railroad Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., $E100 penalty.
Chicago, Rock Island &r Paci~c Ratilway Co. (three cases), 8300 penalties.
Illinois Central Railroad Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. (six cases), $600 penalties.
New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Seaboard Air Line Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Livestock Quarantine Law
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., interstate transportation of an
infectious car from Kansas to Illinois, $100 fine.




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NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THIE BUREAU
[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees bB saends aggles t
mothers in charge of stations and offics. These publications should be regarded as notIfloation emphs. H
far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]
Farmers' Bulletin No. 784 (revised). Anthrax or Charbon. By Henry J.
Washburn (deceased), Pathological Division. Pp. 14, figs. 5.
JTournal of Agricultural Research Separate. Vol. 43, No. 4. K~ey No. A--147. ;li
Effects of Cod-Liver Oil and Ultra-Violet Irradiation, as Influenced by Oyster
Sheh, in the Diet of Confined Laying Hens. By Walter A. Hendricks, Alfred R.
Lee, and Albert B. Godfrey, Animal Husbandry Division.
Journal of Agricultural RTkeserch Separate. 'Vol. 43, No. 7. Kiey No. A-148.
Gersuicidal Efficiency of Mixtures of Phenols with Sodium Hydroxide;, with i
Glycerin and withl Ethyl Alcohol. By F. W. Tilley and J. 1M. Schafter, Bo
chemic Division.
Journal of Agricultural Research Separate. Vol. 43, No. 8. Key No. A-149.
A4 Preliminary Report on the Poisonous Effects of Bitter Rubber Weed (Actines
odorata) on Sheep. By A. B. Clawson, Pathological Division.
Amendment 5 to B. A. I. Order 331. Declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective December 1, 1931. P. 1,
mimeographed..
B. A. I. Order 333. Special order providing for shipment of cattle of the
nonquarantined area for exhibition at a fair in the quarantined area. Effective
December 18, 1931. P. 1, mimeographed.


ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
Chief: JouN R. MOHLER.
Associate Chief: U. G. HoncK.
Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER.
Admrinistrative Ofceer: CHARLEs C. CARROLL.
.Chief Clerk: J. R. CousAN.
Assistant to Chief: D. S. BURCH.
Animtal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHIEETS, chief.
Bi'ochem~ic Division: M. DORBET, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoucK, chief.
Division of V'irus-Serumn Control: D. I..8KIDMORE, Chief.
Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, Chief .
Afeat Inspection Di'vis~ion: R. P. STEDDOxa, chief.
Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, Chief.
Pathological Divi'sion: HARRY W. ScHOENING, Rcting Chief.
Tick Eradicationl Division: R. A. RAMasav, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, Chief.
Zoological Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief.
Experiment Station: W. E. CorroN, superintendent.
OfeeC of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
Ofrie of Personnel: GEORGE R. BROWN, in charge.












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S. R. A.-B. A. I. 296 Issued January, 1932United States Department of AgricultureSERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSBUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYDECEMBER, 1931[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in theservice of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officerswhose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government PrintingOffice, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official in chargeof a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force.A file should be kept at each station for reference.]CONTENTSPageChanges in directory---------------. -----------------------------------------119Notice regarding meat inspection----.--------------------------------------------121Foreign meat-inspection officials-----------------------.----------------------------121Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, November, 1931.-.-----------------121Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, November, 1931.------------------------122Causes of condemnations of carcasses, October, 1931 ---.-----------------------------------------122Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, November, 1931.-----------123Suinmary of hog-cholera-control work, November, 1931 .-.------------------------------------124Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, November, 1931.-----------124Licenses issued for biological products, November, 1931 ------------------------------------125Proceedings under the packers and stockyards act, December, 1931. .---------------------------125Stockyards posted.----------------.--.---.---------------------------------------125Lime-sulphur dips for scabies----..-------------.-----------------------------125Results of prosecutions for violations of laws--------------------------------------------125New publications of the bureau------------. -------------------------------------126Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry--------.-----------------------------126CHANGES IN DIRECTORYMeat Inspection Granted3-DD. Swift & Co., Jewel Avenue, Vernon, Calif.$*16. Laclede Packing Co., 3801 Aldine Street, St. Louis, Mo.85. Armour & Co., 2030 Clark Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.t179. Victor Goulash Co., 1100 West Grand Avenue, Chicago, Ill.Meat Inspection Withdrawn1-1. Armour & Co., Thirty-fifth Street and Eleventh Avenue, New York, N. Y.3-N. Swift & Co., 824 South Vandeventer Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.20-Z. Wilson & Co., Alton Park Station, Chattanooga, Tenn.999. H. L. Caplan & Co., 23 South High Street, Baltimore, Md.From subsidiary: George H. Swift, under establishments 27, 27-A,27-B, and 27-C.Meat Inspection Extended20. Wilson & Co., New York, N. Y., to include The Atlantic Lard Co.27. North Packing & Provision Co., Somerville, Mass., to include John P.Squire Co., Springfield Provision Co., The Sperry & Barnes Co., Sperry& Barnes, Swift & Co., and J. P. Squire & Co. Also change name ofthe Squire section from J. P. Squire & Co. to John P. Squire Co.I No sealed cars. * Conducts slaughtering.94922-32 119

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120 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [December27-A. White, Pevey & Dexter Co., Worcester, Mass., to include North Packing& Provision Co., John P. Squire Co., Boston Packing & Provision Co.,Springfield Provision Co., The Sperry & Barnes Co., Sperry & Barnes,Swift & Co., and J. P. Squire & Co.27-B. Springfield Provision Co., Brightwood, Mass., to include North Packing& Provision Co., John P. Squire Co., Boston Packing & Provision Co.,The Sperry & Barnes Co., Sperry & Barnes, White, Pevey & Dexter Co.,Swift & Co., and J. P. Squire & Co.27-C. The Sperry & Barnes Co., New Haven, Conn., to include North Packing& Provision Co., John P. Squire Co., Boston Packing & Provision Co.,Springfield Provision Co., White, Pevey & Dexter Co., Swift & Co.,and J. P. Squire & Co.Change in Name of Official Establishment166-A. Swift & Co., 3815 Chouteau Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., St. Louis Inde-pendent Packing Co., and Missouri Butterine Co. of St. Louis instead ofprevious name.932. Walter E. Watson, 115 Vine Street, Philadelphia, Pa., and W. E. Watson& Co., instead of previous name.1014. Ratliff Pure Food Products Co., 409 Arizona Street, Fort Worth, Tex.,Walker's Pure Food Products Co., and Texas Rio Rita Canning Co., in-stead of previous name.Change of Official in ChargeDr. C. H. Hays succeeds Dr. J. 0. Wilson as inspector in charge at Pierre,S. Dak.Dr. J. 0. Wilson succeeds Dr. Rudolph Snyder as inspector in charge at Denver,Colo.Dr. W. A. Sullivan succeeds Dr. J. T. Dallas as inspector in charge at Chey-enne, Wyo.Dr. J. T. Dallas succeeds Dr. W. A. Sullivan as inspector in charge at Boise,Idaho.Change in Mail Address of Official in ChargeDr. C. F. Payne, P. 0. box 138 (office Livestock Exchange Building) NationalStockyards, Ill.Dr. Frank Jelen, P. 0. box 339, South Omaha Station (office Federal Building,South Omaha Station) Omaha, Nebr.Dr. G. E. Totten, P. 0. box 267 (office 205 Post Office Building) South St.Paul, Minn.Dr. J. F. Park, P. 0. box 244, Westplains, Mo., instead of P. 0. box 201.New SubstationsVernon, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif.Houston, Tex., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Fort Worth,Tex.Joplin, Mo., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Kansas City, Mo.Maysville, Ky., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Cincinnati,Ohio.Norfolk, Nebr., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Omaha, Nebr. Trevor, Wis., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Chicago, Ill.Substation DiscontinuedStockton, Calif., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Los Angeles,Calif.Remove from Address ListDr. Rudolph Snyder, Denver, Colo.

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19311 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 121NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTIONFOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALSNames and specimen signatures of foreign officials who have been authorizedby their national Governments to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certi-ficates for meat and meat food products exported to the United States.Country and name SignatureItalyDr. Secondo Scrivano----Dr. Giovanni -och ---BrazilDr. H. Blanc de Freitas-_--iIMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1931The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry, during November, 1931, with figures for other periods forcomparison.Imports of food animalsCountry of export Cattle Swine Sheep GoatsMexico------------------------------------------------6.066 -.----34 29Canada-----------------------------------------------1,572 223 348 1Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)--------------------------------87 3-----------------Total:November, 1931-------------------------------7,725 226 382 30November, 1930 --------------------------------4,650 28 521 2811 months endedNovember, f931-----------------------------95,134 1,921 6,048 63November, 1930.----------------------------211,593 374 8,502 103Imported meats and meat food productsFresh and refrigeratedCountry of export Canned Othur meat Totaland cured products weightBeef OtherPounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Po1ndsArgentina-------------------------------------------------160,421 ----------160, 421Australia----------------------------------------14, 258 -------------2,130 16, 388Brazil-----------------------------------26,50S 454 26,962Canada-----------------------------29,284 56,447 218,109 164,254 468,094New Zealand----------------------------15,796 -----------2, 010 17,806Paraguay-----------------------------------------------------37, 526 16, 500 54, 026Truguay -------------------------------------------------------1, 178, 177 94, 864 1,273,041Other countries----------------------------------------------71, 5-10 125. 513 197, 053Total:November, 1931 ----------------45, 080 70, 705 1, 692, 2 1 405. 725 2,213,791November. 1930---------------158,769 51,627 1,344,443 '92,146 1,946,98511 months anded-November, 1931 ------------1,382, 181 1, 134, 834 20, 182, 97)9 5, 063, 863 27, 763, 887November, 1930 -----------5, 567, 815 2, 82, s53 51. 409, 615 4,814,963 64, 675, 24SCondemned in November, 1931: Beef, 47 pounds. Refused entry: Pork, 8 pounds.

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122 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [DecemberANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,NOVEMBER, 1931Station Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats SwinelambsBaltimore -------------------------------6, 319 916 2, 297 ----------72,925Buffalo ---------------------------------4, 794 1, 563 6,434 ------69,726Chicago -------------------------------120, 147 32, 817 254,801 ----------653,777Cincinnati ------------------------------10,884 5, 500 10,280 1 87, 156Cleveland -------------------------------3, 520 3,524 13, 296 ----------47,887Denver---------------------------------9,239 1, 548 24,648 ----------24,270Detroit ---------------------------------4, 858 5, 365 15, 881 ----------59,436Fort Worth -----------------------------22, 232 17, 590 33,979 128 16, 563Indianapolis -----------------------------8,777 2, 656 5, 682 ----------103,276Kansas City ----------------------------48, 273 14, 646 102, 480 ----------202,488Los Angeles ----------------------10, 094 2, 513 35, 862 ----------27,690Milwaukee------------------------------15,501 44,910 10,173 ----------115,238National Stock Yards ----------------------22,309 5,957 26,163 169 77, 602New York------------------------------30,449 48,556 283,485 --------77,874Omaha.--------------------------53, 625 4,885 144,767 1 148,303Philadelphia-------------------------------5,792 5,688 21,154 ---------88,301St. Louis-------------------------------11,181 8,233 6,186 ---------140,906Sioux City-----------------------------27,559 2,755 61,154 --------123,839South St. Joseph-------------------------21,897 3,643 86,271 ---------79,466South St. Paul---------------------------40,781 61,494 116,716 ---------286,841Wichita---------------------------------6,054 1,182 4,554 ---------28,272All other stations.------------------------129,923 79,449 238,857 808 1, 685,983Total:November, 1931 -------------------614, 208 355, 390 1,505,120 1,107 4,217,819November, 1930-------------------605, 048 323, 702 1, 305,482 1,343 4,023, 71811 months ended-November, 1931 --------------7,421, 882 4,328,075 16,490,027 6,428 39,385,356November, 1930--------------7,478,817 4,197,421 15,270,154 9,916 39,619,092New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City,and Newark I'--------------------37,579 55,960 339,586 ---------249,682'The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and"All other stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.Horses slaughtered:November, 1931-------.---------------------------------------------------11,881November, 1930----------------------. ----------------------------------15,57511 months ended-November, 1931 -----------------------------------------------------------106,537November, 1930-----------------------------------------------------------122,087Inspections of lard at all establishments, 137,673,381 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,31,394,825 inspection pounds; sausage, 54,026,347 inspection pounds.Corresponding inspections for November 1930: Lard, 131,118,062 inspection pounds; compound and othersubstitutes, 38,981,353 inspection pounds; sausage, 54,763,436 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.)CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, OCTOBER, 1931Cause Cattle Calves Sheep and SwinelambsEmaciation .------------------------------------------686 37 420 24hog cholera ------------------------------------------------------------------------5,678Inflammatory diseases.------------------------------1,252 164 819 2,303Immaturity---------------------------------------------129 -----------------Tuberculosis---------------------------------------2,026 28 1 2,668Other causes-----------------------------------1,646 292 857 3,057Total --------------------------------------5,610 650 2,097 13,730

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19311 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 123SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1931Tuberculin tests durTotal to dateing monthState CatOnceAcHerds Inspector in charge State olicialHerds Cattle tle testedcredunderor lots tested refree ited super-acted herds herds visionAla. 2,646 17,012 0 51,803 317 54,390 R. E. Jackson----C. A. Cary, Auburn.Ariz -----23 7011 12 8, 769 46 8,873 F. L. Schneider. E. L. Stam, Phoenix.Ark--.72 11461 0 20, 236 10 20,246 W. A. McDonaldJ. H. Bux, Little Rock.Calif.-_-1, 059 IQ,801! 922 9, 455: 144 9,861 W. E. Howe -.---J. J. King, Sacramento.Colo--.-17 729 3 30 78 133 R. Snyder-------C. G. Lamb, Denver.Conn. 791 14,634 530 3,479 3,082 8,495 R. L. Smith -.-Charles Johnson, Hart-ford.Del -------2,5 3,603 43 4,921 1,735 7,115 E. B. Simonds Ralph C. Wilson, Do-Ver.D. C.-. 0 0 0 43 2 46 A. E. Wight.Fla------57 13, 334i 24 2,261 94 2,896 T. W. Cole -------J. V. Knapp, Tallahas-see.Ga ------1,606 , 321 22 86,605 30 86,635 A. L. Hirleman. J. M. Sutton, Atlanta.Idaho .598 6,780 14 45,399 46 48,873 W. A. Sullivan-Thomas V. White,Boise.Il_ -------8,244 91,871 1,252 77,695 5,655 229,789 J. J. Lintner. -D. W. Robison, Spring-field.Ind-----1,316 14, 751 149 182, 541 3,302 188, 298 J. E. Gibson -Frank 11. Brown. In-dianapolis.Iowa6,805 107,158 1,374 100,000 1,813 200,000 J. A. Barger--M. G. Thornburg, DesMoines.Kans.753 13,316 72 113,998 5721 114,808 N. L. Townsend-J. H. Mercer, Topeka.Ky -------1,922 7,884 8 101,482 43 103,875 V. F. Biles------D. E. Westmoreland,Frankfort.La --------23 643 29 6,169 13! 6,479 G. T. Cole------E. P. Flower, BatonRouge. Me ------583 6,607 22 43, 024 846 43,917 G. R. Caldwell ---H. M. Tucker, Augusta.Md ------1,861 15,563 242 20,025 11,753 39,708 E. B. Simonds-.James B. George, Balti-more.Mass 1, 513 14, 838 2, 053 5,919 3, 696 10, 709 E. A. Crossman-. E. F. Richardson, Bos-ton.Mich -9,115 80,236 154 190,178 74 190,444 T. S. Rich --------C. H. Clark, Lansing.Minn ---2,847 38,881 237 129,931 5,855 137,938 W. J. Fretz ------C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.MISS 2801 2,597 0 20,703 181 20,741 H. Robbins------Charles E. O'Neal,Jackson.Mo ------1,302 12,216 15 108,1871 249 112,288 Ralph Graham-. H. A. Wilson, JerfersonCity.Mont____ 454 17,394 41 39,062 78 42,514 J. W. Murdoch.W. J. Butler, Helena.Nebr 860 12, 017 41 87,786 103 88,037 A. H. Francis.---H. L. Feistner, Lin-coln.Nev 113 5,334 16 4,010 9, 4,319 L. C. ButterfieldEdward Records, Reno.N. H -1,667 18,795 335 4,023 6,277 11, 141 E. A. Crossman -A. L. Felker, Concord.N. J _ 1, 243 13,991 632 6,063 5,0851 17,080 Ellis E. McCoy. J. H. McNeil, Trenton.N. Mex. 95 1.242 13 4,202 26 4,333 F. L. Schneider.-Mat Keenen, Albu-querque.N. Y -11,201 132,054 8,697 34,853 74,884 15,176 H. B. Leonard.__E. T. Faulder, Albany.N. C.-295 2,855 14 256,556 358 256,924 W. C. Dendinger. William Moore, Ra-leigh.N. Dak. 1,282 33,510 128 67,805 5,458 80,230 H. H. Cohenour-. W. F. Crewe, BismarckOhio -5,368 42, 924 182 239, 382 764 240, 582 A. J. De Fosset.G. H. Pierce, Columbus.Okla---52 3,067 2 15,334 201 15,544 L. J. Allen ------C. C. Hisel, Oklal omaCity.Oreg -1,017 10,183 56 56,071 835 56,935 S. B. Foster W. H. Lytle, Salem.Pa------5,020 65,022 3,116 123,815 7,541 142,877 J. B. Reidy -----T. E. Munce, Harris-burg.R. 1-----130 1,716 130 278 170 713 E. A. Crossman T. E. Robinson, Provi-dence.S. C 965 3,481 4 88,020 123 88.148 W. K. Lewis--W. K. Lewis, Columbia.S. Dak___ 676 15, 069 1381 9,527 1,061 10,782 J. 0. Wilson.-. R. S. Robinson, Pierre.Tenn-388 5,039 3 88,581 99 88,718 H. L. Fry -------J. M. Jones, Nashville.Tex_-----826 11,906 41 20,821 466 21,837 H. L. Darby--N. F. Williams, FortWorth.Utah -1,781 8,413 26 9,649 110 10,091 F. E. Murray--W. H. Hendricks, SaltLake City.Vt -------1,408 29,140 748 4,367 9,4941 15,206 L. H. Adams----Edward H. Jones.Montpelier.Va ------3,243 14,654 95 92,112 656 93,030 R. E. Brookbank H. C. Givens. RiMp-mond.

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124 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY (DecemberSUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER, 1931-ContinuedTuberculin tests durTotal to dateing monthToatodeState CatOnceAcHerds Inspector in charge State officialHerds Cattle tle testedcredunderor lots tested refree ited super-acted herds herds visionWash 1,407 15, 166 92 49,962 93 63, 979 J. C. Exline-----Robert Prior, Olympia.W. Va.1,419 6, 413 13 83, 240 626 85, 044 H. M. Newton. H. M. Gore, Charleston.Wis ------9,012 190,693 639 177, 853 10,650 189, 249 J. S. Healy------Walter Wisnicky, Mad-ison.Wyo 48 653 0 12,311 7 13,712 John T. Dallas.-jH. D. Port, Cheyenne.Total. 94, 461 1, 153, 353 22, 379 2,908, 536 164, 647 3, 302, 758SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, NOVEMBER, 1931Bureau DemonstraOutbreaksveteriMeetPremtions AutopFarms Farms reaksnarians adises insies quarancleaned roredState ings a obraengaged vestipertined or and dis-in dressed gated NumHogs formed carded infected veteri-work 1 ber treated nariansAlabama.----------------1 .--. 42-California --------------.07 4 --.--. ---.-. 2-Colorado---------------.05 .3 .-. ----.-11Florida.---.-.-.-. 1 .-. 60 12 219 -----------------------13Georgia.----------------1.3 ---.---75 2 91 1 -----------------3Idaho------------------.3 1 75 ------------6 2 -----.--. 2Illinois.-----------------3 5 250 ------------82 2 72 224Indiana----------------2 .--. Il .30 -----------------63Iowa.------------------3 1 97 2 77 61 ----------------114Kansas-----------------.6 .-.-53 -----------------------------7Kentucky--------------2 ------170 3 97 22 ---------.-. --48Louisiana.--------------.5 -.-18 -------------.------------------------5Maryland --------------2 2 1 371 3 116 29 -----------------129Michigan---------------1.5 .-.216 1 34 12 --------.--------136Mississippi-------------1.03 .--. 33 26 189 1 ---------. --2Missouri ---------------1 52 2 90 10-.-.-.-.-.-. --. 5Montana---------------.3 .9 -------------12 1 2 1Nebraska.---------------.5 20 . ..-----4-9------------------4North Carolina----------1 .--.-.63 10 262 5 -----------------3Ohio.------------------1 .62--------. .42 ----------------100Oklahoma--------------1.3 -. 106 ------------4 1 4South Carolina----------. -. 1 . -. 30 19 387 3 --------.-11South Dakota----------.5 1 12 ..10 ------------------8Tennessee --------------1 1 63 4 ------24 2 --------------23Texas ------------------I I .-.--. 41 .-. .-.-1 7 .9Virginia.-----------------1 91 -.7 ---------. ---------6Washington.-.-----------1 16 -------5 2 5Oregon.--.-.-.-.--J -West Virginia----------.5 .--. 22 12 62 92 4 4Wisconsin ---------------1 .24 1 2 18 6 -. -18Total --------.30.95 12 2,189 97 1,669 474 28 947I Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to work.NOTE.-No work reported from States not listed.ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCEDUNDER LICENSES, NOVEMBER, 1931HyperimHyperim-Perid Totil serum lars m mu blood i n munizingcomfleteT ~ ()re US virus virusC. c. C c. .c. C. c. C. c.November, 131 ------------------71, 623, 113 58, 515, 981 2, 853, 510 3,348, 199 16, 063, 176November, 1930 --------------------5 210, 637 37, 432, 038 46, 561, 10 3, 514, 853 9, $01, 42811 months endedNovember, 1931 ---------------864,.5, 083 750,670, 571 915, 607, 797 66, 976, 102 177,350,970November, 1930-------------760, 597, 005 616, 743, 741 753, 290, 613 58, 43, 008 157, 662,387

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19311 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTs 125LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER, 1931License No. 6--A was issued November 23, 1931, to Pitian-Moore Co., Divi-sion of Allied Laboratories nIncj, near Zionsville, Ind. (Mailing address: 1220Madison Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind.), for antierYsipelas seruami (swine) andantimastitis serum (hovine .PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT,DECEMBER, 1931Docket No. 352.-In re E. R. Buck v. Chicago Producers ConRiiisSion Asocia-tion, Chicago, Ill. On June 10, 1931, E. R. Buck filed a complaint with theSecretary of Agriculture alleging negligence on the part of employees of theChicago Producers Commission Association in the handling and sale of a load ofcattle on March 26, 1931, and asking for reparation in the amount of $159.33.This case involves only a claim for reparation and the parties having effected asatisfactory settlement, therefore, on December 3, 1931, the Acting Secretary ofAgriculture di missed the case.STOCKYARDS POSTEDOn December 17, 1931, the Webb Livestock Commission Co. stockyards, locatedat Grand Island, Nebr., was posted as coming within the jurisdiction of thepackers and stockyards act.LIME-SULPHUR DIPS FOR SCABIESPermission WithdrawnThe lime and sulphur dips listed below, the use of which has been permittedin the official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies, are no longer being manu-factured and have, therefore, been removed from the list of permitted products.Name of Dip ManufacturerArmstrong's Lime and Sulphur Dip --------Armstrong Paint & VarnishWorks, Chicago, Ill.Avalon Farms Lime-Sulphur Dip -----------Avalon Farms Co., Chicago, ill.Upon Honor Lime-Sulphur Wash ----------Chicago Paint Works, Chicago,Ill.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. (three cases), $300 penalties.Chicago & Alton Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Chicago Great Western Railroad Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.Illinois Central Railroad Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. (six cases), $600 penalties.New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Co., $100 penalty.Seaboard Air Line Railway Co., $100 penalty.Livestock Quarantine LawChicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., interstate transportation of aninfectious car from Kansas to Illinois, $100 fine.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA126 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUS 3 1262 08852 7535NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAUIThe 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. Sofar as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]Farmers' Bulletin No. 784 (revised). Anthrax or Charbon. By Henry J.Washburn (deceased), Pathological Division. Pp. 14, figs. 5.Journal of Agricultural Research Separate. Vol. 43, No. 4. Key No. A-147.Effects of Cod-Liver Oil and Ultra-Violet Irradiation, as Influenced by OysterShell, in the Diet of Confined Laying Hens. By Walter A. Hendricks, Alfred R.Lee, and Albert B. Godfrey, Animal Husbandry Division.Journal of Agricultural Research Separate. Vol. 43, No. 7. Key No. A-148.Germ iidal Efficiency of Mixtures of Phenols with Sodium Hydroxide, withGlycerin and with Ethyl Alcohol. By F. W. Tilley and J. M. Schaffer, Bio-chemic Division.Journal of Agricultural Research Separate. Vol. 43, No. 8. Key No. A-149.A Preliminary Report on the Poisonous Effects of Bitter Rubber Weed (Actineaodorata) on Sheep. By A. B. Clawson, Pathological Division.Amendment 5 to B. A. 1. Order 331. Declaring names of counties placed inmodified accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective December 1, 1931. P. 1,mimeographed. .B. A. I. Order 333. Special order providing for shipment of cattle of thenonquarantined area for exhibition at a fair in the quarantined area. EffectiveDecember 18, 1931. P. 1, mimeographed.ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYChief: JOHN R. MOHLER.Associate Chief: U. G. HOUCK.Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER.Administrative Officer: CHARLES C. CARROLL.Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN.Assistant to Chief: 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. L 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: HARRY W. SCHOENING, acting 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.Otfiec of Personnel: GEORGE R. BROWN, in charge.U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1932Fcr sAe by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. -------Price 5 centsSubscription price, 25 cents per year


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