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8. R. A.4-B. A. I. 261 ~iL February, 1929


United States Depart tof Agricu e
W 29 '

SERVICE AND REGULATE A~ANONOUNC NTS

BUREAU OF ANIMA N
J ANUAR Y, 1929~ t4



[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc,
concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons In the
services of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meet inspection is conducted, public officers
whose duties make it desirable for them to have sueb information, and journals especially concerned.
Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
Office, Wrashington, D. C., at 5 cents eaeb, or 25 cents a year. A9 supply will be sent to each official mn
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of
his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directory..~~.~. .~~.~..~............... ..~.....................~~~~~-.................... 1
Notices regarding meat inspection ................... ................... .........-..................
Lithuaonin meat-inspection certificate..............................~ ...~~...~~....~~..~.......... 3
Use of M1. I. Forms 167 and 169.~.~...................................._~ ~_~_~__~~~~........... 2
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, December, 1928...-~..~.~.~.~................. 2
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, December, 1928~.~.~... 4
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, November, 1928~.~..~................~~...__.............. .... 4
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products_~.........~............... .._.~._..... 4
Foreign meat-inspection officials~..........._._......................... ........._...... .........
Summary of tuberculosirreradicat:ion work in cooperation wit h States, December, 1928. ._._._.~... 6
Anti-bog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses.........~~ ...~.-............ 7
Permitted disinfectants~~...... ~.............................................~.. ~ ~~-~~~. .~....... 7
Summary of hog-cbolera-control work, December, 1928_.~.....~. __._._................. ~........_ 9
Proceedings under packers and stockyards act......~~....~~.~.~~.~.....~................. 10
Change in instructions concerning movement of livestock~...~...............~...- ...1o ... 1
Sunday and holiday leave~.~.~.-......................... ,.,y 10
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws...~.............. r. ..." ..... 1
Foot-and-mouth disease appears in California...............~~ ... .11,. .....
New publicatlions off th huma~u~.~~...~.. ~~............... 3c.. ......c... ...
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Indust ry.~....-.... ......s.. ..... ......


CHANGES IN DIRECT RY O~

Mealti~ Inp ctio rnd \!. -( ..
101. The Foster Canning Co. (Inc.), 25 Wall Street, Newirk, 3. J.
207. Hansen & Chester, Railroad Avenue and Secauculs Road, North Bergen,
N. J.
Meat Inspection Withdrawn

105. Palestine Brand Kiosher Wurst Factory (Inc.), Brooklyn, N. Y'.
American Provisions Export Co., Mason City, Iowa, a subsidiary of
Establishment 222.
Change in Name of Olfcial Establishment

137. Stahl-M~eyer (Inc.), 262 M~ott Street, New York, N. Y., and F. A. Ferris
& Co., Otto Stahl (Inc.), Louis Meyer Co. (Inc.), instead of previous
name.
466. Stathl-Meyer (Inc.), 17i2 East One hundred and twenty-seventh Street, New
York, N. Y., and Ot~to Stahl (Inc.), F. A. Ferris & Co. (Inc.), Louis Meyer
Co. (Inc.), instead of previous name.
607. Almeida & Cabral, 156 Fifth Street, Cambridge, M~ass., instead of Gabriel
D. Paiva.
728. Stah1-Meyer (Inc.), 1125 WTyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., and Louis
Meyer Co. (Inc.), Otto Stahl (Inc.), F. A. Ferris &r Co. (Inc.).
*988. Hudson Packing Co., 242 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., instead of
Will & Isaacs.

*Conducts slaughtering.
341055---29 1


jl





Change la Address of OBicial Establishment

56. Hutcheson Products Co., 539 South Clark; Street, ChicagoFTll., insteadofo
162 West Washington Street.

Change in Address of Olicial in Charge

Dr. G. R. Bartman succeeds Doctor Aufeate as inspector in charge at Moul-
trie, Ga.
Dr. L. N. Dodge succeeds Doctor Danforth (resigned) as inspector in charge at
Watertown, N. Y'.


NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION

LITHUANIAN MEAT-INSPECTION CERTIFICATE

The facsimile shown on page 3 represents the form of the approved Lithuanian
meat-inspection certificate acceptable under the provisions of B. A. I. Order
211 (revised), regulation 2'7, section 5, paragraph 5.

USE OF Mi. I. FORMS 187 AND 169

Referring to notices in Service and Regulatory Announcements of October
and November, 1928, as it has been decided eventually to discontinue the use of
M. I. Form 169, inspectors will issue M. I. Form 167 for meat, meat food products,
and animal casings destined to Algeria and animal casings destined to Poland
when the present supply of M. I. Form 160 is exhausted.



ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN DECEMBER, 1928, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT
INSPECTION IN DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES IN THE
FOLLOWING TABLE


Station Cattle Calves Sheep Gas Swine


Baltimore~_...........~............ ........ 5, 652 716 1181 94, 044
Buffalo...................................... 7 ,081 2,004 6,724 ......_.... 95, 550
Chicago......~..~. .............. ......-~-~-~ 145, 415 50, 210 193, 869 18874, 744
Cincinnati..................... ~. ............ 10,946 4, 984 4, 191 10110,881
Cleveland ....... ............... .-----...... 7, 073 5, 374 10l, 99)4 ...... 113, 717
Denver.~..~............................~~~-~~~ 9, 846 1, 855 8, 348 .....~.~... 43, 338
D e ro r.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6, 157 6, 143 20 2 146, 100
For W rt ....................... 27, 637 22, 303 11, 287 113 33, 109
Indianapolls.........~...~..~.. ...~ ~~._........ 13, 684 3, 159 3. 581 1.._....... 175, 888
anosas C it y~~.~..~........................... 65, 800 13I, 931 87, 552 331 383, 313
M~ilw~aukee...~.. ............... ....-~---~-~~ 13, 718 40, 271 3, 534 1 190, 915
National Stock; Yards.-..~.~~.~..~.......... 30, 100 4, 270 16, 510 181 151, 354
Newf York..............~...~~.~. ............ 32,033 46, 403 204, 847 100) 141, 364
Omabs.~................~.................. 54, 273 5, 798 128, 522 81 197, 315
Phiad lp ia ...................... 5, 271 4, 932 12, 870 1 1 88, 350
St Louis....._.............................. 12, 031 3, 815 3, 427 31 11, 196
Sioux CityS......~...~ ~.-.~.......-............ 27, 909 2, 561 59, 891 1.. .~...~... 154, 736
South St. Joasepb..~..................... ...~__ 28, 368 6,058 88, 480 2 149, 478
South h St. Paul ................ ...~......... 39, 334 51, 095 51, 686 2 356, 655
W'ichits........~..~....-.................. 4, 52 1, 894 3, 339 91 72, 404
All other establishments..................... 120,025 62, 923 131, 168 601 2,027, 567
Total: December, 1928................. 66, 879 340, 699 1, 052, 721 1, 551 5, 782, 036
December, 1927..~...~_~......... 761, 143 376,4861 1, 093, 964 1.;911 4, 868, 608
12 months ended December,
1928.~.............~........... 8,467,308; 4,679,9?2213,488,171 18,8519 49, 795, 408
12 months ended December,
1927....................9, 20,104 4, 875, 907 1 2, 883, 039 23, 3111 43, 633, 460

Horses slaughtered at all establishments, December, 1928, 13,048.
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 200,905,987 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,
31,421,459 mspec~tion pounds; sausage, 55,938,443 inspection pounds.
Corresponding inspections, December, 1927: Lard, 166,406,001 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 33,614,345 maspection pounds; sausage, 60,0B0,042 inspection pounds.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may haee
been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)


BURiEAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[January,



























,This is to certify that the meat or meat food products herein described
were derived from animals which received ante-mortem and post-mortem
veterinary inspection at the time of slaughter, and that said meat and meat food
products are sound, healthful, wholesome and otherwise fit for human food,
and have not been treated with and do not contain any preservative, colour-
ing matter, or other substance not permitted by the regulations governing the
meat inspection of the Lithuanian Ministry of Agriculture, and have been handled
only in a sanitary manner in this country.

Number
Kind of product of pieces We ig h t
or packages


18920]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Ministry of Agriculture


Veterinary Department


Place


D at e


Identification marks on meats and packages.
Consignor Address
Consignee .Destination

Shipping marks


Authorized veterinary surgeon of the Minlstry of Agricultula.


.Ap." Ir-ve 1361


REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA


Meat- inspection certificate.












EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, DECEMBER, 1928


Retained for tuberculosis

StationToa
slaughter TtlPassed forl Con-
cooking demned


Cattle:
Chicago.....~.~ ~~......... ........................ 145,415 5,394 171 900
Kansas City-.~~.~.~...-.............................. 65, 800 225 4 33
Omaha...~.-..........~~.~......~.................. 54, 273 514 27 83
Swine:
Chicago..............~.~.~.~.~.................... 8;4,7441 101,801 1, 356 1, 091
Kansas City....~...... ~~...~....~. ......~.................. 383, 313 15, 834 197 171
Omaha~~...~.......................... ................... ...1 197, 315 16, 904 209 156


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, NOVEMBER, 1928


Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine


Emaciation...-~....................... ........................ .. 728 121 854 BI8
Bog cholera. ....-........~-~~~~~...~............ ............ ............... .......... 1..........1 3, 372
Infammatory diseases.~..~...-~~.~~...~....~............... 1, 243 216 844 2, 900
Jm m aturity.... ..__....... -........... ....... ............. 262 ... ... .
Tube reulosis.........................~~~............ 3, 386 35 1.......... 3, 403
All1 other causes-.~~.~~........................................~~. 1, 515 197 693 2, 802

Tot l. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6, 872 31 ~ 2, 391 12, 648



IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

The statements following showf the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during Deiemi-
ber, 1928, with figures for other periods for comparison.

Im ports of food animals


Country ofexport Cattle SwneSheep Goats


M ex co. ... ... .. ... ... ... .. ... ... ... .. ... ... ... 27, 849 .....~. ... 2, 288 .
Canada....................................... ................ 9, 088 37 203 ......
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)_.._~- __._.~..~...~............... 50 25 _- I~~1..~.,
Total: December, 1928~.~.~~~~~~~ ~........-............. 36, 987 62 2, 491 .....
December, 1927.. .................... ..... ... .. 45, 988 ;, 376 1,941 .....
12 months ended December, 1928.~.........~..... 495, 545 20, 056 36, 109 330
12 months ended December, 1927..... .~......... 454, 587 192, 190 35, 064 187


[January,


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY












Fresh and refrigerated
Country of export Curoedean me t' T it
Beef Other products

Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds
Argentina..... .~.~._....~._._............. ....... ..... 396, 700 136, 783 2, 533, 483
Australia~~_.~.._.._................_..... 28, 000 14, 296 24 25. 364 67, 684
Brazil.......... ..._... ............... I............ 1~.._.~...... 375, 894 ............ 375,89
Canada.~.~.-~.~.~._...................~~. 1. 228. 0838 274, 309 1, 420, 711 634, 405 3, 557, 513
New Zealand.-.....-....................~. .. 1, 475, 436 4, 056 1............1 65, 933 1, 545, 425
Paraguay._...~~~...~.._-.............. ...... ........ 78, 387 29, 370 1(', 757
Uruguay. ...~............................... ............ .... ......... 2, 808,4182 81, 634 2, 890, 116
Other countries--.~......~~~.....~.......... 471...... 100, 267 169,703 294 67 1
Total: Decembher, 1928.......... ... 2, 756, 225 292, 661 7, 180I, 4615 1, 1413, 192 II1, 372, 543
December, 1927..............( 5,504,917 1,(Y'9, 120 3, 992, 749 1, 770, 785 12, 347, 571
12 months ended December,-
1928-.~~~..~.~.~~............ 47, 564, 006 16, 836, 271 78, 200, 237 11, 863, 714 154, 464, 228
12 months ended December-
1927.-.......... .............( 33, 461, 342 24, 251, 291 55, 202, 870 8, 274, 452 121, 189,955

Condemned in December, 1928: Beef, 125 pounds; pork, 81 pounds; total, 206 pounds.
Refused entry; Beef, 13,356 pounds; mutton, 329 pounds; pork, 502 pounds; total, 14,187 pounds.

FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALS

The following are additional names and facsimile signatures of foreign National
Government officials authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for
meat and meat food products offered for importation into the United States:


I~


1929]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Imports of maeats and mreat ~food products


Country and name


Signature


ENGLAND

C. O. Stallyrbrass~_.~......................


~ ,P


~d~ o~~h,





SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, DECEMBER, 1928


[January,


Tuberculin tests
during month


Total to date


State or territorial official


Inspector in charge


State


Catl Cttle
tested re-
acted


3,26 13
72 3
2, 14 4
10, 331 97
2, 116i 42
6,1,464 134 3

4, 210 26
7,78 17
6,04 5
69, 981, 010
33,03 112

4, 916 606

31,62 175
6, 53 29

1, 033 21
10, 573 84
15. 6 626
9, 088 666
71, 288 480
37, 224 626
2, 321 14
,01 7

9, 917 25
18, 557 104
6,714 119


5, 4741 17

65, 631, 948
554 0
31, 684 273
28, 186 489
1, 8621 37
8, 8721 109
46, 2701 2, 406
6541 14
4,377 5
5, 487 115
6, 661 12
1, 7321 12

6, 2751 70

25 4961 641
8, 1301 37
17, 0591 369
5, 2981 33
130, 530( 1, 395
144 3
1, 3841 41

84,971 13, 930


Once-
tested
free
herds


5,378
1, 802
2, 891
5, 864
3, 13B
4,342
3, 140
g90
7,7;20
114,945
32, 026
135, 752
118, 758

96,600

75,434
67, 201


35, 9~6
12Z, 809
1, 606
163,177
73, 747
13, 553
67, 690

30,797
66, 231
1,117
2, 158
3,436
8, 175

30, 036
256, 530
46, 737
100, 073
128
50, 970
103, 037
181
52,392
8, 547
58, 201
211

10,724

5, 053

20,46 6
39, 525
42, 874
1410, 349
9, 824

2,107, 974


or
lots


74
80
458
146
58

110

103
221
6, 985
4,485

2,730

2,812
1, 19
31
1, 36
1, 510
614
7,413
2, 109
401



4178



4, 981

2, 086
3, 264
29
1, 105
5, 772

1, 002
242



1, 087
1,29


1, 038
7, 242
4


71, 191


Ariz....
Ark.....

Colo....
Conn-...

D. C,....
Fla.....
Idaho-...
Ill .. .
Ind.....

Iowa.. ..

Kans...

La......
Mre.....

M~ich...
M~inn-..
Miss....

MIont.-..
Nebr... ~
Nev._...
N. H. ..
N. J....

N. Y....

N. C....
N. Dak.
Ohio....
Okla....
Oreg_.~..

8. C...
S. Dak_..
Tenn...
Tex~.....

Utah....

Vt......

Wash ...
W. Va~..
W~is.....
Wryo....
Bawasii..

Total.


cred- under
ited super-
herds vision


208, 063
221, 82
15 6,811

10 3, 688
1,723 6, 071
1, 90 5, 957
1858,551

56 35,33
5, 26 151, 553
31,976 162,82

3,62 159,3

76 76,38
58 67, 89

17 7, 702
Ac3, 09840, 23
6, 20 25, 57
1,20 3,38
68166, 144
8, 731 86, 142
2613, 579
227 71, 29

94 31,31?
10; 66, 75
11 1,431
3, 05 5, 881
2,4157 8, 651
468, 251

63, 014 115, 976
307 257,311
5, 048 57, 524
506 166, 875
273 421
65 51, 457
4, 954 123, 103

110 52,66
1, 303 10, 24
175 58, 514

97 11, 58

6, 137 14,64
1,2321 22, 145
79 42, 72





l;167 442, 448, 5461


R. E. Jckson.....
F, L. Schneider-..
H. L. Fry.........
R. Snyder ..~.....
W. E. Howe-......
R. L. Smith......
W. C. M~iddleton.
A. E. Wight-.....
J. O.Fish.........
A. L. Birleman...
W. A. Sullivan...
J. J. Lintner......
J. E. Gibson......

J. A.Barger......

N. L. Townsend..


0. R. Caldwell...
E. P. Simonds....
E. A. Crossman...
T. S. Rich........
W. J. Fretz .......
H. Robbins.......
Ralph Graham...
J. W. Murdoch...
A. H. Francis~..~..
L. C. Butterfield..
E. A. Crossman...
Wr. G. M~iddleton.
F. L. Schneidler...

H. B. Leonard....
W. C. Dendinger.
H. H. Cohenour..
A. J. DeFosset....

S. B. Foster.__.....
J. B. Reidy-.......
E. A4. Crossman_...
W.~ K. Lewis......
J. O. Wilson......
B. MI. O' Rear ....
H. L. Drby......


L.B. Adams.....

R. E. Brookbank.
J. C. E xine.....
H. MZ. Newrton~....

John T. Dallas....
L. E. Case~........


C. A. Cary, Auburn.
E. L. StamPhoenixr.
J. B. Bux, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacramento,
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
J. MI. Whittlesey, Bartford.
O. A. Newton, Bridgeville.

J. V.Knapp, Tallahassee.
J. M~. Sutton, Atlanta.
A. J. Dickman, Boise.
D. W.~ Ro bison, Springfield.
Frank H. Browfn, Indian-
apolis.
Mi. G. Thornburg, Des
Mloines.
J. H. MIercer, Topeka.
D. E. WVestmorland, Frank-
for [.
E. P. Flowfer, Baton Rouge.
R. Ml. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George,Baltimore.
E. F. Richardson, Boston.
B. J. Killbam, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
R. V. Rafnel, Jackson,
B. A. Wilson, Jefferson
City.
W. J. Butler, Belena.
C. H. Hays, )Lincoln.
Edward Records, Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. M1c~Neil, Trenton.
Mat Keenan, Albuquer-
que.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
Wm. M~oore, Raleigh.
W'. F. Crewe, Bismarck.
F. A. Zimmer, Columbus.
C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma Cityr.
W. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. Mlunc~e, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Providence.
Wr. K. Lewis, Columbia.
M. W'. Ray, Pierre.
W.~r B. Lincoln, Nashymle.
N. F. W~illiams, Fort
Worth.
W'. H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake City.
Edward B. Jones, Mlont-
pelier.
H. C. Givens, Richmond.
Robert Prior, Olympia.
John WY. Smith, Charleston.
W~alter A. Duly, M~adison.
H. D. Port, Chegenne.
L. E. Case.


BUREAU OF ANDIIAL INDUSTRY








1929]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Name of disinfectant


Manufacturer


Acresel Cresol Compound~..~...~~........
Anobor Brand Cresol Compound~._.....
Atlas 50%b Cresol Compound._....~...... _
ADCO Cresolis.............
C-4 Soluble Disinfectant........
Clarisol.~.... .......~.....................

Cooper's Saponified Cresol Solution.....
Cre-O-Cris__.~.~..~_~...~................
Cre-Septic....~..............
Cresol Compound Clifron....._.........
Crestall Dip..~..._...... ....~....... _
Cresyline Cresol Compound.... ......~.
Creusan Saponified Cresol Solution...
Curts-Folse Cresol Compound Solution.
Cresnol Cresol Compound.~.~..~.........
Deodol..~.......... .........
Dr. Bess dSponified Cresol Solution.~.~..
Dioxy Cresol Compound~.........
Dixsol...................................


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 Disinfec~ting Co. (Inc.), Sedalia, Mlo.
Coopers Creek Chemical Co., West Conshohocken, Pa.
International Chemical Co., 3130 South Canal Street, Chicago,
Ill.
Wm. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill.
Rochester Germicide Co., Roebester, N. Y.
Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., Chicago, Ill..
Clifton Chemical Co., 246 Front Street, New York, N. Y'.
Balrd &: Mc~uire, (Ine ), Bolbrook-, M~ass.
The Hunt Masnufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
U. 8. Sanitary Specialties Corporation, 435 South W~estern
A venue, Chicago, Ill.
Curts-Folse Laboratories, 70 Central Avenue, Kansas City
Kans.
Fort Pitt Chemical Co., 3134 Penn Avenue, Arsenal Station
Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Norwfich Pharmacal Co., Norwicb, N. Y.
Dr. Bess & Clark (Inc.), Ashland, Oblo.
Preston T. Rhodes, 1 12 North Delaware A venue, Philadelphia,
Pa.
Dixie Chemical Co. (Inc.), 623 Commerce Street, New Orleans.
La.


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



Total serum mp d blod ne jutr s
comleed cleared veU iu irus


C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
December, 1928.. -.~............. 78, 693. 575 62, 679, 570 61, 636, 734 2, ;77, 593 11, 138, 476
December, 1927...~............... 65, 303, 889 36, 736, 4,51 3;, 355, 032 1, 890, 299 9, 524, 945
12 months ended December, 1928. 903, 140, 073 638. 679, 519 726, 511, 994 61, 9410 3941 I 185, 944, 93
12 months ended December,1927.l 1, 386, 321, 487 655, 320), 590 7~36, 924, 869 59. 832, 3121 24, 674, 500


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN DECEMBER, 1928

License No. 107 was issued December 31, 1928, t~o Jensen-Salsbery Labora-
tories (Inc.), 520 Wesit Pennway, K~ansas City, M/o., and Shawnee Road and
Forest Avenue, Kiansas City, Katns., for antiabortion serum (bovine).

LICENSES TERMINATED IN DECEMBER, 1928

License No. 126, issued January 1, 1921, to the Hamilton Chemical Co.,
Noblesville, Ind., was terminated December 4, 1928, the firm having discontinued
the production of the products involved.
License No. 132, issued January 1, 1921, to the University of Illinois, Urbana,
Ill., was terminated December 4I, 1928, without prejudice in accordance wit~h
the request of the university.

PERMIITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN DECEMBER, 1928

Permit No. 8, was issued December 17, 1928, to Dr. Raymond D. Coneley,
Lima, Pa., for the importation of leptospira vaccine (canine), manufactured by
Burroughs-Wellcome Co., London, England.



PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS

(List revised to January 12, 1929)

In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order ,309, the bureau has granted
permission for the use of the following saponified e~resol solutions, in the general
disinfection of cars, Yards, and other premiises:










BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


[Jnnuary,


Name ofdisinfectant


Manufacturer


Feeticide.~.~.-....................... ~~~.
Genpo Baponified Cresol Solution~.._....

Germo-Oresolis................
Glidden Shur-Shot Disinfectant.........
K arspray.... .. ....... ....
Key-State Disinfectant~. .~--............
Krem ulso... .. .
Keystone Brand Saponlied Cresol Solu-
tion.
Kreo .. .. .. .
Licresolis.~...~.~-.~~-...................
Lilly's Cresol Compound, U. S. P._.....
Massol.-...~.~~. ......~.................. ~
Maspco.50% Cresol Compound._.~-......
Mlidland Cresol Compound~.~~.-.._.....
M~oorman's Saponified Cresol.........
NSCO Cresol Compound............~....
Pennsylvania Railroad Saponified Cresol
Solution.
Red Seal Liquor Cresolis Compound.~...
Reilly's Cresolis Compound.............

Roger's 50%b Cresol Solution. ...........
San-1-Sol~...............................

Sapo-Cresol Special..........._...~.......
Sherwin-Williams 50%o Creosol Solution.
Solcreo S. L.............................

Standard Saponified Cresol Solution....|
yan Schanck's Liquor Creosolis Comp~..


Parked, Davis &r Co., Detroit, Mich.
General Compounding Corporation, Central Avenue and
Seventy-ninth Place, Glendale, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Germo Manufacturing Co., BC. Louis, Mo.
The Olidden Co., Cleveland, O~hio.
West Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Long Island City, N. Y.
Interstate Chemical Co., Jersey City, N. J.
Leeds Chemical Co., Kansas City, Mo.
James Good (Inc.), 211 East Susq~uehanna Avenue, Philadel-
phia, Pa.
The W. T. Rawleigh Co., Freeport, Ill.
West Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Long Island City, N. Y.
Eli Lilly &r Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Charles B. Rodes, 3436 Broadway, Kansas City. Mo.
Miebel r Pelton Co., 639 Howard Street, San Francisco, Calif.
Midland Chemical Co., Dubuque, iowa.
M~oorman Manufacturing Co., Quincy, Ill.
National Supply Co., Birmingham, Ala,
Pennsyilvania Railroad Co., Altoona, Pa.

Shoresc-MCueller Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Republic Creosoting Co., MZerebants Bank Building, Indian-
apolis, Ind.
Detroit White Lead Works, Chicago, Ill.
MlcLaughlin Gormley King Co., 1715 Fifth Street, S. E., Min-
neapolis, M~inn.
Cremoline Disinfecting Co., St. Louis, Mo.
The Sherwin-Williams Co., Chicago, Il.
The Standard Laboratories, 847 West Jackson Boulevard,
Chicago, Ill.
The Standard Chemical Co., Tacoma, Wash.
Peter Van Schaack & Sons, Chicago, Ill.


Distributors of Permitted Disinfectants


Distributor


Disinfectant


Distributed under name of-


Blue Cross Saponified Cresol

Booth's Cresol Compound-..






The Chemical Supply Co.,
Creco Co. (Inc.)..-..........
















.....................~........


Cooper's Saponified Cre-
sol Solution.
Crestall Dip............

Carbola Liquid Disin-
fectant.
Chemo Cattle Disinfee-
tant.
Coliseptol......~..._....
Creoslave.....~..........
Creco Special...........
Dinsol.._.~....._.........
Dr. LeOear's Cresol Dis-
infectant.
Disinfectone Cresol
Compound.
Economy Disinfectant..

Elkayr's Agr i cul Iu ral
Disinfectant.
Lover's Cresol Disin-
fectant.
Beinrich's Crestall Solu-
tion.
Hockwald's Creo-Lie
Dip.

Lee's 50%0 Cresol Solu-
tion.
Mlyco Disinfecto..~..~...
Staneo Solution of Cre-
sol Compound.
Tri-Krecide.............
U-C-Cos Cresolls........

Zelco Disinfectant.......

Clarisol.............~....

Zenisol.._....._...._.....

Cresyline CraFni Com-
pound.


Blue Cross Veterinary Supply Co., Superior,
Nebr.
J. M~. Booth Chemical Co., 1020 East Overland
Street, El Paso, Tex.
Carbola Chemical Co. (Ipe.), Natural Bridge,
N. Y'.
Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y.

Beebe Laboratories (Inc.), St. Paul, Mrinn.
2450 Canal Road, Cleveland, Ohio.
Creco Building, Long Island City, N. Y.
Mleyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. L. D. Le~ear M~edicine Co., 4161 Beck
Avenue, St. Louis, M~o.
W. D. Carpenter Co. (Inc.), Syraeuse, N. Y.

Economy Bog & Cattle Powder Co., Bhenan-
doah, Iowfa.
United Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston, Maess.

H. Clay Olover Co. (Inc.), 119 Fifth Avenue,
New York, N. Y.
The Heinrich Chemical Co., M~inneapolis, Minn.

Bockwald Chemical Co., 531 Hloward Street,
San Francisco, Calif.
J. F. Devine Laboratories (Inc.), Goshen, N. Y.
Geo. H. Lee Co., Omaha, Nebr.

Masury Young Co., Boston, Mass.
Standard Drug Co., Mleridian, M~iss.

Pitman-Moore Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
United Chemical Cos., 401 Delaware Screet, Kan-
sas City, MIo.
The Samitary Products Corporation, 160 Fifth
Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Columbus Serum Co., Station C, Columbus,
Ohio.
Zenoleum Products Co., 2231 Park Avenue.
Detroit, M~ich,
The Paine Drug Co., Rochester, N. Y.


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Disinfectant Distributed under name of-- Distributor


Creusan Saponified Cre- Ekefecto No.2....~..........1 San Antonio Drug Co., San Antonio, Tex.
sol.
Kro san_.~~..~ ... ........ ....................... Joeph Kroger Soap Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Keystone Brand Saponi- Fidelity Stocki Disinfectant.. Fidelity Laboratories (Inc.), 820, Exchange Ave-
fled Cresol Solution. nue, Chicago, 111.
Grotta Zoo-O-San No. 1.I ........................~...... Ad~olpbe Grotta, 56 Mlontana Street, German-
town, Philadelphia, Pa.
Midland Cresol Com- Cresylol............~......... Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr.
pound.
Red Seal Liquor Cre- Fort Dodge Sapoolfied Cre- I Fort Dodge Serum Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa.
sobs Compound. sol.
Bolt's Liquor Cresolis....... ....... Howard Holt Co., Cedar Rapids, iowa.
Compound.
Sherwin-Wnlisms 50%P Bourhon Cresol Compound. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexingto~n, Ky.
Clresol Solution. ....... h o Jde eu ,a. br
Corn States 50% Creso ............... h onSae eu oOaa er
Solution.
Fuller's 50%~ Cresol Sol- ......... ......1 Fuller Biological Laboratory., Springville, N. Y.

Globe 50 % Cresol Solu- ~~~~~~ ............. lobe Laboratories, Fort W~orth, Tex.
tion.
Bemingway's 50%0 Cre- I..... ........ .....~.....~.j Hemingway & Co., (Inc.), Chicago, III.
sol Solution.
Ka-De-Co Cresol Solu- K.......~..~..~.. iefer-Stewart Co., Capital Avenue and Georgia
tion 50%b. Street. Indianapolis, Ind.
Li-Cresol..-.............]. ....................... ....... The Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Twenty
first and Penn Streets, Ka~nsas City. M~o.
San-I-Sol.............~... I Car-Cresol....... Noyes Bros. &: Cutler (Inc.), Park Square, St.

M~arereso.~...~-.......1.~..... .................. Marrican M~edical Supply, 169 W'est Third
Street, St. Paul, M~inn.
Pratts Cresol Disinfec- I......................~ ....~...~ Prat t Food Co., 1241 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
tant. Pa.
San-1-Sol..~.~......~.~I.................. ~~........--...j Peet Stocki Remedy Co., 33 South Twent?-fifth
IStreet, Council Blulls, Iowa.
20th Century Disinfec- I....~................... ....... 20th Century M~fg. Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
tan t. splo........ h RI lg o t ou l.
Sapo-Cresol Special... rsoi..........TeWrelMg oS.Lus o


SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, DECEMBER, 1928


1829]


,SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


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Alabama~........... ~~
Arkansas~.~~..........
Florida~........ ...~..
Georgia~.~..~..........
linois......... .. ....
Indiana..~...........
Iowa.~~.~~~..........
Kansas...............
Kentucky,............
Louisiana....~~.~....
Maryland~.......... ~
Michigan............

Nebraska...~.~~......
North Carolina.~.....
Obio..~..~.......... ~
Oklahoma..~..~~.....
South Carolina.......
South Dakota........
Tennessee............

Trexas....... .......

Wisconsin.......


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2, 958 218


6 .. .
58 26


Totl....... 34.48LB 1,621 90


I Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to hog-cholera work.







10 BUIREAT OF PWANIALB INDUSTRY [Jranuary,

PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT

The Department of Justice, in 1927, instituted suit under the provisions of the
packers and stockyards act against the B. S. PearsaH Butter Co., Elgin, Ill., for
failure to file an annual report of its business, as required by the Secretary. The
case was terminated on January 12, 1929, by the entry of d'rjudgment by consent
against the defendant in the sum of $1,000, and a check for thiat amount was
received from the defendant in full satisfaction of the judgment. In addition,
the defendant company filed annual reports of its business for the calendar years
1926, 1927, and 1928.


CHANGE IN INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING MOVEMENT OF LIVESTOCK

In the new booklet, Instructions Concerning Work Under Regulations Govern -
ing Interstate Movement of Livestock, page 31, paragraph 121, the word "quad-
ruplicate" in the second line and the word "three" in the seventh line should be
changed to "triplicate" and "two" respectively. The word "'triplicate" in the
fourth line should be crossed out.


SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY LEAVE

Much annoyance, inconvenience, and in many cases considerable embarrass-
ment have been caused recently by reason of failure of inspectors in charge and
others to observe carefully the notice on page 27 of the Service and Regulatory
Announcements for March, 1919, regarding "definite" and "indefinite" leave
without pay when a Sunday or a holiday is involved.
The matter could not be made plainer than as stated in the instructions referred
to, and aUl employees concerned, particularly clerks charged with the duty of
keeping time records and reporting them to the bureau, should read those instruc-
tions carefully.
Special attention, however, should be directed to the urgent importance of
showing the necessary information on the monthly time report whether or not
application has been made through the Washington office or has been filed in the
Washington office after the employee has returned to duty.
It may be stated incidentally that the rules pertaining to Sunday and holiday
leave will be found in paragraph 4191 of the current edition of the Administrative
Regulations. The last sentence of paragraph 522 should also be noted in the
same connection.

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Fines and penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula-
tory' laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Livestock Quarantine Law
Andrew O. Taylor and Ernest Bokileman, Gardnerville, Nev., interstate
driving of dairy cow~s without tuberculin test, $100 fine each.
M~issouri Pacific Railroad Co., interstate transportation of 1 dead hog in the
same car with live animals, $100 fine.
Rufe Morgan, Englewood, Tenn., interstate transportation of cattle without
t~uberculin test, $100 fine.
Twenty-eight Howr Law
At~lanta, Birmingham & Coast Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Central of Georgia Railroad Co., 5100 penalty.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Co., 5100 penalty.
Cincinnat~i, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. (2 cases), $200
penalties.
M~issouri-Kiansas-Texas Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties.
Mlissouri Pacific Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties.
MLobile & Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
New Y'orki Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties.
WVabash Railway Co., $100 penalty.







1929] SERVICE: AND RGEGULATORY ANNOUXCEM\ENTS 11.

Meat Inspection Glaw
Harry Waldman, Atlantic City, N. J., offering uninspected meat for inter-
.state shipment, $10 fine.
William Rabinowitz, Philadelphia, Pa., using secondhand containers bearing
domestic meat labels for ments cured at his establishments without inspection,
$100 fine.

FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE APPEARS IN CALIFORNIA

Foot-and-mouth disease was positively diagnosed on January 18 in a herd of
about 3,500 garbage-fed swine near Whittier, Los Angeles County, Calif. The
entire herd together with a small number of exposed cattle and goats in the vricin-
ity was slaughtered and buried the following day. Two weeks later the infee-
tion appeared in a herd of 51 cat.tle near Dow-ney, Calif., about 8 miles from t~he
infected hog ranch. Thatherd also was promptly slaughtered and buried. Sup-
pression of the disease is being conducted by a corps of trained inspectors, most
of whom are veterans of former outbreaks. Quarantine hlas been established;
cleaning and disinfection are under way and all livestock in the vicinity is being
kept under close supervision. The source of infection, while not de~nitely estab-
lished, appears to have been garbage trucked to the hog ranch from a vessel
docked in the harbor of San Pedro.
The foregoing outline of the situation is published for the information of
bureau employees and gives the essential developments up to February 2 (the
time of going to press). The bureau ulrges that all emlployees who may be
dire~ctly or indirectly associated with the outbreak observe the maximum dili-
gence so that this plague may be stamped out with the greatest dispatch.
Further details concerning the outbreak and the progress of its eradication
will be published in the Official Record.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU

IThe bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publicat ions to individual employees, but sends copies to
officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So
arT as possible additional copies wFill be furnished on request.)
Farmers' Bulletin 569 (revised). Texas or Tick Fever. By John R. M~ohler,
Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 26, Sgs. 5.
Farmers' Bulletin 1568. Rabbit Parasites and Diseases. By Benjamin
Schwartz, Zoological Division, and WV. B. Shook, Pathological Division. Pp. 30,
figs. 23.
Amendment 8 to B. A. T. Order 310, declaring the following-named counties
to be modified accredited areas for a period of three years from Januaryr 2, 1929:
Habersham and Mlurray, Ga.; Camas and Clark, Idaho; De W'itt, Iroquois, and
Kankakee, PIl.; Ripley and Tipton, Ind.; Aroost~ook, Mle.; Gratiot, M~ich.; Lewis,
Mlo.; Clinton, Delaware, and Jefferson, Ohio; and James City, Spotsylvania,
Warren, Warwick, and Y'orki, Va. The following-named counties have been
reaccredited for a period of three years from the same date: Clinton, Iowa;
Pawnee, Karns.; Piscataquis, M~e.; Craw~ford and Schooleraft, Rlich.; Henryl,
Ohio; and Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, Forest, Iron, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, and
W~ashburn, Wis. Thayer County, Nebr., whose 3-year limit expired June 1, 1928,
and has not qualified for reaccreditation, is hereby removed from t~he list of
modifed accredited areas. P. 1 (mimeographed).
B. A. I. Order 313. Regulations governing the sanitary handling and control
of hides, fleshings, hide cuttings, etc., effective M~ay 1, 1929, supersedes B. A. I.
Order 286 and all amendments thereto. Pp. 11.
B. A. I. Order 314. To prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth disease in
cattle, sheep, other ruminants, and swine. Effective Janualry 19, 1929. Pp. 2.
B. A. I. Order 315. Order governing the importaltion of garbage from regions
in which rinderpest or foot-and-mouth disease exists. Etfeetive January 25, 1929.
P. 1.




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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12 3 1262 08852 7626
12 BUREAPU OF ANIMAL INDO3

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief: JoHN R. MOHILER.
Associate Chief: U. G. HOUCK.
Assistan~tChief: Al. W. M'ILLER. ,. ;
Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL. .4.
Chief Clerk: J. R. ConaAN.
Editor: D.S. BURCH.
Animal Husbandry Divlision: E. W. SHEETs. chief.
Biochemaic Division: M. DORS'ET, Chief.
Division o Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Division of Virus-Serumn Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.
Field Inspection Divilsion: G. W. POPE, chief.
M(eat Inspection Divlision: R. P. STEDDO'M, Obief.
Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MLILLER, Chief.
Pathological Division: JoHN S. BUCKLEY, Chief.
STick Eradication Divrision. R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tulberculosis Eradication Divlision: A. E. WroGHT chief.
Zoological Div-ision: MAUsRICE C. 11ALLZ, chief.
Experiment Station: W. E. CoTroN, superintendent.
Ofcie of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
;O~Fce of Personnel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in charge.

















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BUREAU OF ANIMAL (This publication is issued monthly for the diss emination of information, instructions, rulings, etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the services of the bureau, estab li shments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers whose duties m ake it desirable for them to have such information, and journ a ls especially concerned. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Docu"ID:ents, Government Pri1;1til!g Office, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official m charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of bis force. A file should be kept at each station for reference. ] CONTENTS Page C h anges in directory_______________________________________________________ _ _______________________ 1 Notices regarding meat inspection___ _______________________________________________________________ 2 Lithuani a n meatinspection certificate__________________________________________________________ 3 Use of M. I. Forms 167 and 169_________________________________________________________________ 2 Animals s l aught e red under Federa l meat inspection , December, 1928_______________________________ 2 Extent of t u berc ulo sis in a n ima l s s l aughtered at three impo rtant markets, December, 1928_ _ ______ 4 Cau ses o f c on demnation of carcasses, ovember, 1928 ___ _ ____________________________________ ----4 Imports of food animal s and of meats and meat food products__________ ____________________________ 4 F o r eign meat-i n sp e ction officia ls___________________________________________________________________ 5 Summary of tuber c ul osis eradication work in cooperation with States, December, 1928_ _ ___________ 6 A n ti bog c h o l era s eru m and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses_____________________________ _ 7 Permitted disinf ectants_______ ____________________________________________________________________ 7 . S ummary of bog c h o l e r a -con tro l wo r k, December, 1928____________________________________________ 9 P roceedings under packers and stockyards act______________________________________________________ 10 C h ange in instructions concerning movement of livestock________________________________ ___ ______ 10 Sunday and ho liday • ____ 10 Results of prosec u t i ons for violations of laws---------------------------~-~ ------------~__ _ _ ___ 10 F oot andm o u t h d i sease appea r s i n California _ _____________________ ~ --- • ---------------__ 1 New publicat i o n s of the bure au ___________________________ _____ :-= ____ _____ _ ___________ __ . _::_____ ..,.._ J O rg anization o f t h e B urea u o f Animal Industry __________ /" ___________ = --------~--------------•~ 1 2 ~--/ . -,,--"~ ..> ..,~"' ~o.~ :. .. •.,..., CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat Inspection Granted 101. The Foster Canning C o . (Inc.), 2 5 Wall Street, Newark, N. J. 207. Hansen & C h es t e r , Railroad Avenu e and Secaucus R oad, North Bergen, N . J. Meat Inspection Withdra w n 105. Palestine Brand Kosh e r Wurst Factor y ( Inc.), Brookly n , N . Y. 137. 466. 607. 72 8. *9 8 8. Ameri can Prov i s i o n s E x p o r t Co ., Maso n City, Iow a , a subsidiary of E stablishment 222. Change in Name of Official Establishment Stahl-Meyer (Inc.), 262 Mott Street, New York, N. Y., and F. A . Ferris & C o. , Otto Stahl (Inc .), L o uis Meyer Co . (Inc .), instead of p revious name. Stahl-Meyer (Inc .) , 172 Eas t O n e hundred and twenty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y.f and Otto Stahl (Inc.), F. A . Ferris & Co. ( Inc.), Louis Meyer Co . (Inc .), instead of previ o u s name. Almeida & Cabral, 156 Fifth Street, Cambridge, M as s . , ins t ead of Gabriel D. Paiva. Stahl-Meyer (Inc .), 1125 Wyckoff Avenue, Broo~ly n , N. Y . , and Louis M eyer Co . (Inc.), Otto Stahl (Inc . ) , F. A. Ferris & Co. (Inc.) . Hudson Packing Co., 242 Hudson Avenue, Brookly n, N. Y ., instead of Weill & Isaacs. • c ondu cts s l aughte ring . 34055-29 1

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2 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, Change in Address of Official Establishment 56. Hutcheson Products Co., 539 South Clark Street, Chicago, Ill .. insteadlof 162 West Washington Street. Change in Address of Official in Charge Dr. G. R. Hartman succeeds Doctor Aufente as inspector in charge at Moultrie, Ga. Dr. L. N. Dodge succeeds Doctor Danforth ( resign ed) as inspector in charge at Watertown, N. Y. NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION LITHUANIAN MEAT-INSPECTION CERTIFICATE The facsimile shown on page 3 represents the form of the approved Lithuanian meat-inspection certificate acceptable under the proYision s of B. A. I. Order 2 1 1 (revised), regulation 27, section 5, paragraph 5. USE OF M. I. FORMS 167 AND 169 Referring to notices in Service and Regulatory Announcements of October and November, 1928, as it has been decided eventually to discontinue the use of M. I. Form 169, inspectors will issue M. I. Form 167 for meat, meat food products, and animal casings destined to Algeria and animal casings destined t o Poland when the present supply of M. I. Form 169 is exhausted. ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN DECEMBER, 1928, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT I NSPECT ION IN DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swine Baltimore ___________________________________ 5,652 716 1,17 8 1 94,044 Buffalo _________________ _____________________ 7,081 2,004 6,724 ----------95,55 0 Chicago _____________________________________ 145,41 5 50,210 1 93,869 188 874,744 Cincinnati_ __________________________________ 10,94 6 4,984 4,191 1 0 110,881 C leveland ___________________________________ 7,073 5,374 10,994 ----------113, 717 Denver ______________________________________ 9,846 1,855 8,348 -------43,338 Detroit ______________________________________ 6,157 6,143 20,723 ---------146,109 Fort Worth _________________________________ 27,637 22,303 11,287 113 33, 109 Indianapolis _________________________________ 13,684 3,159 3,581 ---------175,888 Kansas City _________________________________ 65,800 13,931 87,552 331 383,313 Milwaukee ________________ __________________ 13, 718 40,271 3,534 1 190,915 National Stock Yards _______________________ 30,100 4,270 16,510 181 151,354 New York ___________________________________ 32,033 46,403 204,847 100 I 141,364 Omaha ______________________________________ 54,273 5,798 128,522 197,315 Philadelphia ______________________ ___________ 5,271 4,932 12,870 1 88,359 St. Louis _ ___________________________________ 12,0 3 1 3,815 3,427 3 181, 196 Sioux City __________________________________ 27,909 2,561 59,891 ---------1 54,736 South St. Joseph ____________________________ 28,368 6,058 88,480 2 149,478 South St. PauL -----------------------------39,334 51,095 51,6 6 2 356,655 W ichita _____________________________________ 4,526 1,894 3,339 9 72,404 All other establishments _____________________ 120,025 62,923 131,16 8 601 2,027,567 Total: December, 1928 _________________ 66,879 I 340,699 I 1,052,721 1,551 5,782 ,036 December, 1927 _________________ 761,143 376,486 1,093,964 1,791 4,86 , 608 12 months ended December, I 1928 __________________________ 8,467,308 4,679,922 13,488, 171 1 , 819 49,795,408 12 months ended December, I 1927 _ _________________________ 9,520,104 I 4,875,907 12, 8 3,039 23,311 43,633,46 0 I Horses slaughtered at all establishments, December , 1928, 13,048. Inspections of lard at all establishments, 200,905,987 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 31,421,459 inspection pounds; sausage, 55,938,443 inspection pounds. Corresponding inspections, December, 1927: Lard, 166,406,001 in pection pound ; compound and other substitutes, 33,614,345 inspection pounds; sausage, 60,080,042 inspection pounds. (These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)

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1929) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS H! ............................... . REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA Ministry of Agriculture Veterinary Departmen: Meat-inspection certificate. PI ace ........................... . Date ............... . This is to certify that the meat or• meat food products herei n described were derived from animals which received ante-mortem and postmortem ve1erinary inspection at the time of slaughter, and that said meat and meat food products are sound, healthful, wholesome and otherwise fit for human food, and have not been treated with and do not contain any preservative, colour ing matter, or other substance not permitted by the regulations governing the meat inspection of the Lithuanian Ministry of Agrrculture, and have been handled onl y in a sanitary manner in this country. Kind of product Number of pieces or . packages Weight Identification marks on meats and packages ............................................................................................... , Consignor ...................................................................................... ., Address ....................................................... , ............................................. . Consignee ..................................................................................... . Destination ............................................................................................... . Shipping marks .................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................. .. Authorized veterinary surgeon of the Ministry of Agriculture • • Sp.• !l •ve 1 36 1 3

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4 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January , EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MARKETS, DECEMBER, 1928 Retained for tuberculosis Station Total s laughter Passed f or Con-Tota l cooking demned Cattle: Chicago ___________________________________________________ _ 145,415 5,394 171 900 Kansas City ______________________________________________ _ 65,800 225 4 33 Omaha ____ ________________________________________________ _ 54,273 514 27 83 Swine: Chic ago ___________________________________________________ _ Kansas City ______________________________________________ _ Omaha_--------------------------------------------------,,.. , .. 1 101,801 1,356 1,091 383,313 15,834 197 171 197,315 1 6,904 209 156 CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF C ARCASSES, NOVEMBER, 1928 Cause Cattle Cal ves Sheep Swine Emaciation____________________________________________________ 728 121 854 8 1 Hog cholera____________________________________________________ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ 3, 372 Inflammatory diseases__________________________________________ 1,243 216 844 2,990 Immaturity____________________________________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 262 ___________________ _ Tuberculosis___________________________________________________ 3, 386 35 _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ 3, 403 A ll other causes________________________________________________ 1,5 1 5 197 693 2,802 Total ___________________________________________________ _ 6,872 831 I 2,391 12,648 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during December, 1928, with :figures for other periods for comparison. Imports off ood animals Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats Mexico ________________________________________________________ _ Canada.------------------------------------------------Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico) _________________________________ _ 27,849 ----------2 ,288 ----------9,088 37 203 ---------~ 50 25 ------------------------1----1----1----Total: D ecembe r, 1928 _________________________________ • D ecembe r, 1927 _________________________________ _ 12 months ended D ecember, 1928 _______________ _ 12 months ende d December, 1927 _______________ _ 36,987 4 5,988 4 95,545 454,587 62 7,376 20,056 192, 190 2 ,491 1,941 36, 109 35,064 330 187

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 5 Imports of meats and meat food products I Fresh and refrigerated Othe r Cured and Total Country of export canned meat weight Beef Other products Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Argentina _____________ • _________ . ____ ______ -----------------------2,396,700 136,783 2,533,483 Australia _____ . ____________________________ 28,000 14,296 24 25,364 67,684 Brazil _____________________________________ -----------------------375,894 ------------375,894 Canada ____________________________________ 1, ?.28, 088 274,309 1,420,711 634,405 3,557,513 New Zealand ______________________________ 1,475,436 4,056 ------------65,933 1,545,425 Paraguay __________________________________ -----------------------78,387 29,370 107,757 Uruguay __________________ . _______________ -----------------------2,808,482 81,634 2,890,116 0 ther countries. ... _ .. ____ . _ .. _____________ 24,701 ------------100,267 169,703 294,671 Total: Decembe r, 1928 _______________ 2,756,225 292,661 7,180,465 1,143,192 11,372,543 December, 1927 ______________ 5,504,917 1,079,120 12 months ended December,-3,992,749 1,770 ,785 12,347,571 1928 .. ______________________ 47,564,006 16,836,271 12 months ended December,78,200,237 11,863 , 714 1 54,464,228 1927 ________________________ 33,461,342 24,251,291 55,202,870 8,274,452 121,189,955 Condemned in D ecember, 1928: Beef, 125 pounds; pork, 81 pounds; total, 206 pounds. Refused entry: B eef, 13,356 pounds; mutton, 329 pounds; pork, 502 pounds; total, 14,187 pounds. FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALS The following are additional names and facsimile signatures of foreign National Government officials authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for meat and meat food products offered for importation into the United States: Country and name Signature ENGLAND C. 0. Stallybrass_. ____________________ . __ C. C. P. Anning _________________________ _ Edward R. Peirce. ___ ._. ________________ _

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6 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA TION WITH ST ATES, DECEMBER, 1928 Tuberculin tests Total to date during month State Once• Ac• Herds Inspector in charge State or Territorial official Herds Cattle Cattle tested cred• under or tested re free ited super• lots acted herds herds vision ---Ala ..... 74 3,262 13 5,378 280 8,063 R. E. Jackso n ..... C. A. Cary, Auburn. Ariz .... 89 725 3 1,802 22 1,882 F. L. Schneider ... E. L. Stam, Phoenix. Ark ..... 458 2,714 4 2,891 15 6,811 H. L. Fry ...•..... J. H. Bux, Little Rock. Calif .... 146 10,331 97 5,864 106 6,257 R. Snyder ........ J. P. Iverson, Sacramento. Colo .... 58 2, 1161 42 3,138 140 3,688 W. E. Howe •..... C. G. Lamb, Denver. Conn ... 370 6,464 134 4,342 1,723 6 ,971 R. L . Smith ...... J.M. Whittlesey, Hartford. Del. .... llO 1 ,583 34 3,140 1 ,990 5,957 W. C. Middleton. 0. A. Newton, Bridgeville. D. 0 •... -------------99 8 99 A. E. Wight. ..... Fla ..... 103 4,219 26 7,720 185 8,551 J. G. Fish ......... J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. Ga ...... 737 7,787 17 14,945 35 14,988 A. L. Hirleman .•. J. M. Sutton, Atlanta. Idaho ... 221 6,043 5 32,026 56 35,323 W. A. Sullivan ... A. J. Dickman, Boise. Ill ....•. 6,985 69,948 1,010 135,752 5,296 151,553 J. J. Lintner ..•... D. W. Robison, Springfield. Ind ..... 4,485 33,037 112 118,758 31,976 162,582 J. E. Gibson ...... Frank. H. Brown, Indian-apolis. Iowa .... 2,736 49,916 696 96,600 3,629 159,340 J. A. Barger ..•... M. G. Thornburg, Des Moines. Kans ... 2,812 31,629 175 75,434 765 76,538 N. L. Townsend .. J. H. Mercer, Topeka. Ky ..... 1,129 6,573 29 67,201 58 67,869 W. F. Biles ....... D. E. Westmorland, Frank• fort. La .....• 31 1,033 21 7,374 17 7,702 G. T. Cole ...•.... E. P. Flower , Baton Rouge. Me ..... 1,396 10,573 84 35,976 3,098 40,723 G. R. Caldwell .•. R. M. Tucker, Augusta. Md .•... 1,510 15,260 626 12,809 6,200 25,597 E. P . Simonds .•.. James B. George,Baltimore. Mass ... 614 9,088 666 1,606 1,204 3,358 E. A. Crossman ... E. F. Richardson, Boston. Mich ... 7,413 71,288 480 163,177 68 166,144 T. S. Rich .......• B. J. Killham, Lansing. Minn ... 2,109 37,224 626 73,747 8,731 86,142 W. J. Fretz ....... C. E. Cotton, St. Paul. Miss •... 401 2,321 14 13,553 26 13,579 H. Robbins ....... R. V. Rafnel, Jackson. Mo ...•• 609 7,021 7 67,690 227 71,299 Ralph Graham ... H . A. City. Wilson, Jefferson Mont. •. 178 9,917 25 30, 797 94 31,317 J . W. Murdoch .•. W. J. Butler, Helena. Nebr. ... 1,282 18,557 104 66,231 107 66,775 A. H. Francis ..... C. H. Hays, Lincoln. Nev .... 40 6,714 119 1,117 11 1,431 L. C. Butterfield .. Edward Records, Reno. N. H ... 960 13,279 457 2,158 3,405 5,881 E. A. Crossman ... A. L. Felkeril Concord. N. J. ... 491 5,608 278 3,436 2,457 8,651 W. G. Middleton. J. H. McNe , Trenton. N. Mex. 263 5,474 17 8,175 46 8,251 F. L. Schneider ... Mat Keenan, Albuquer• que. N. Y ..•. 4,981 65,603 1,948 39,036 63,044 115,976 H. B. Leonard ..•. E. T. Faulder, Albany. N. 0 .... 59 554 0 256,530 397 257,311 W. C. Dendinger. Wm. Moore, Raleigh. N. Dak. 2,086 31,684 273 46,737 5,048 57,524 H. H. Cohenour .. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck. Ohio .•.. 3,264 28,186 489 160,073 596 166,875 A. J. DeFosset .... F. A. Zimmer, Columbus. Okla .... 29 1,862 37 128 273 421 L. J. Allen ........ C. C. His e li Oklahoma City. Oreg .... 1,105 8,872 109 50,970 465 51,457 S. B. Foster ....... W. H. Lyt e, Salem. Pa ...... 5,772 46,270 2,406 103,037 4,954 123,103 J.B. Reidy ....... T. E. Munce, Harrisburg. R . I.. ... 50 654 14 181 81 386 E. A. Crossman ... T. E. Robins on, Provide nce. S. C .... 1,002 4,377 5 52,392 110 52,566 W. K. Lewis ...... W. K. L ewis, Columbia. S. Dak .. 242 5,487 115 8,547 1,303 10,224 J. 0. Wilson ...... M. W. Ray, Pierr e. Tenn ... 1,285 6,661 12 58,201 175 58,514 H. M. O'Rear .... W. B . Lincoln, Nashville. Tex ..... 99 1,732 12 211 223 536 H. L. Darby ...... N. F . Williams, Fort Worth. Utah .... 1,087 6,275 70 10, 724 97 11, 548 F. E. Murray ..... w. H . Hendricks, Salt Lake City. Vt ...... 1,249 25 496 641 5,053 6,137 1 4,564 L. H. Adams ..... Edward H. Jones, Mont-p elie r . Va ...... 1,425 8,139 37 20,646 1 ,232 22,145 R. E. Brookbank. H. C. Givens, Richmond. Wash ..• 1,308 17,059 369 39,525 79 42,732 J. C. Exline ....... Robert Prior, Olympia. W. Va .. 1,038 5,298 33 42,874 1,174 43,878 H. M. Newton .... John W. Smith, Charleston. Wis ..... 7,242 130,530 1,39 5 140,349 10,107 154,289 J . S. Healy ........ Walter A. Duffy, Madison. Wyo .... 4 144 3 9,824 4 11, 175 John T . Dallas .... H. D. Port, Cheyenne. Hawaii .. 54 1,384 41 ......... ----------------L. E. Case .......• L. E. Case. -----Total. 71,191 845, 971113, 930 2, 107, 974 167, 474i2' 448, 546

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 7 ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED UNDER LICENSES H y perim-Hyperim-Cle a r serum Simulta -Total serum completed mune bl o od neous v irus munizing cle a red virus C. C. C. C. C. c. C . C . C. c. December,1928 _ _ _________________ 78,693.575 62,679,570 61,636,734 2, 'i77, 593 11,138,476 December, 1927 ___________________ 65, 303,8 8 9 36,736,4 5 1 37,355 ,032 1 ,890,299 9 , 524,945 12 months ended December, 1928 _ 903,140,073 638 ,679,519 726, 511, 994 61,940,394 1 8 ,944,9 8 3 12 months ended December, 1927 _ 1,3 8 6 , 321,4 8 7 655 ,320, 590 736,924,869 59,832 ,312 284,674, 509 I LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN DECEMBER, 1928 License No. 107 was i ssued December 31, 1928, to Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), 520 West Pennway, Kansas City, Mo., and Shawnee Road and Forest Avenue, Kansas City, Kans., for antiabortion serum (bovine). LICENSES TERMINATED IN DECEMBER, 1928 License No. 126, issued January 1, 1921, to the Hamilton Chemical Co . , Noblesville, Ind., was terminated December 4, 1928, the firm having discontinue d the production of the products involved. License No. 132, issued January 1, 1921, to the University of Illinois, Urba.na, Ill., was terminated December 4, 1928, without prejudice in accordance with the request of the university. PERMITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN DECEMBER, 1928 Permit No. 8, was issued December 17, 1928, to Dr. Raymond D. Cone l e y, Lima, Pa., for the importation of leptospira vaccine (canine) , manufactured by Burroughs-Wellcome Co., London, England. PERMITTED DISINFECT ANTS (List revised to January 12, 1929) In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, the bureau has granted permission for the use of the following saponified cresol solutions, in the general disinfection of cars, yards, and other premi es: Name of disinfectant Acresel Cresol Compound ______________ _ Anchor Brand Cresol Compound _______ _ Atlas 50% Cresol Compound ____________ _ ADCO Cresolis _________________________ _ C-4 S o luble Disinfectant _______________ _ Clarisol _________________________________ _ Oooper's Saponified Cresol Solution ____ _ Cre-O-Cris _____________________________ _ ere-Septic ______________________________ _ Crc sol Compound Clifton ______ ________ _ Cres tall Dip __________________________ _ _ Cresyline Cresol Compound ____________ _ Creus a n Saponified Cresol Solution ____ _ Curts-Folse Cresol Compound Solution_ Cresnol Cresol Compound ______________ _ DeodoJ _________________________________ _ Dr. Hess Saponified Cresol Solution ____ _ Dioxy Cresol Compound _______________ _ DixsoL ______________________________ ----Manufacture r 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. Americ a n Disinfecting Co. (Inc.), Sedalia, Mo. Coopers Creek Chemic a l Co., West Conshohocken, Pa. International Chemical Co., 3130 South Canal Street, Chicago, Ill. Wm. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill. Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y. Theo. B. Roberts on Products Co., Chicago, Ill.. Clifton Chemical Co . , 246 Front Street, New York, N. Y. Baird & McGuire, (Inc.), Holbrook, Mass. The Hunt Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio . U. S. Sanitary Spe c ialties Corporation, 435 South Western Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Curts-Folse Laboratories, 70 Central Avenue, Kansas City Kans. Fort Pitt Chemical Co., 3134 Penn A venue, Arsenal Station Pittsburgh, Pa. The Norwich Pharmacal Co . , Norwich, N. Y. Dr. Hess & Clark (Inc . ), Ashland, Ohio. Preston T. Rhodes, 112 North Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Dixie Chemical Co. (Inc.), 623 Commerce Street, New Orle a n s , La.

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8 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, Name of disinfectant Manufacturer Fecticide _______________________________ _ Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, Mich. Gen.po Saponified Cresol Solution. ______ _ General Compounding Corporation, Central Avenue and Seventy-ninth Place, Glendale, Brooklyn, N. Y. Germo-Cresolis _________________________ _ Glidden. Shur-Shot Disinfectant_ _______ _ Germo Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo. The Glidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio. K arspray _______________________________ _ Key-State Dijinfectan.t_ ________________ _ West Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Long Island City, N . Y. Interstate Chemical Co., Jersey City, N. J. KremuJso _______________________________ _ Leeds Chemical Co., Kansas City, Mo. Keystone Brand Saponified Cresol SoluJames Good (Inc.), 211 East Susquehanna Avenue, Philadeltion . phia, Pa. Kreo ___________________________________ _ The W. T. Rawleigh Co., Freeport, Ill. Licresolis _________________ . _____________ _ Lilly's Cresol Compound, U. S. p ______ _ West Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Long Island City, N. Y. Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Masol __________________________________ _ Charles B. Rodes, 3436 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo. Michel & Pelton Co., 639 Howard Street, San Francisco, Calif. Midland Chemical Co., Dubuque, Iowa. Mapco .. 50% Cresol Compound __________ _ Midland Cresol Compound _____________ _ Moorman's Sapon.ified 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-Sol _______________________________ _ McLaughlin Gormley King Co., 1715 Fifth Street, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. Sapo-Cresol SpeciaL ___________________ _ SherwinWilliams 50% Creosol Solution_ Cremoline Disinfecting Co., St. Louis, Mo. The Sherwin-Williams Co., Chicago, Ill. Solcreo S. L ____________________________ _ The Standard Laboratories, 847 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Ill. Standard Sapon.ified Cresol Solution ____ _ ;van Schaack's Liquor Creosolis Comp __ The Standard Chemical Co., Tacoma, Wash. Peter Van Schaack & Sons, Chicago, Ill. Distributors of Permitted Disinfectants Disinfectant Distributed under name ofCooper's Saponified Ore-Blue Cross Saponifled Cresol sol Solution. Crestall Dip ____________ Booth's Cresol Compound __ Carbola Liquid Disin------------------------------fectant. Chemo Cattle Disinfec• ------------------------------tant. ColiseptoL _. _________________________________ . ___ . ___ _ Creoslave _______________ The Chemical Supply Co., Creco Spl)ciaL _______ . __ Creco Co. (Inc.) ____________ _ Dinsol __________________ ------------------------------Dr. LeGear's Cresol Dis------------------------------infectan.t. Disinfectone Cr es o 1 ______________ . ______________ _ Compound. Economy Disinfectant __ ------------------------------Elkay's Ag r i cultural ___________________ . _________ _ Disinfectant. Glover's Cresol Disin.-___ . _________________________ _ fectant. Heinrich's Crestall Solu-___ .. ________________________ _ tion. Hockwald's Oreo-L ic _. ___________________________ _ Dip. Kre-Lik ____ . _ .. ____ . _____________________ . ___________ _ Lee 's 50% Cresol Solu------------------------------tion. Myco Disin.fecto. _______ ------------------------------Stan.co Solution. of Ore------------------------------sol Compound. Tri-Krecide ____ . ___________________________________ . __ U-C-Cos Cresolis _____________________________________ _ Zelco Disinfectant ________________________________ . ___ _ Cl a risoL _. ___ . ___ . ____ . _ Buckeye Brand Saponified Cresol Solution.. Zeni soL __ . _ __________________________________________ _ Cresyline Crnsn l ComCreoxiL ___________________ _ pound. Distributor Blue Cross Veterinary Supply Co., Superior, Nebr. J. M. Booth Chemical Co., 1020 East Overland Street, El Paso, Tex. Carbola Chemical Co. (Ipc.), Natural Bridge, N.Y. Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Beebe Laboratories (Inc.), St. Paul, Minn. 2450 Canal Road, Cleveland, Ohio. Creco Building, Long Island City, N. Y. Meyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. Dr. L. D. LeGear Medicine Co., 4161 Beck A venue, St. Louis, Mo. W. D. Carpenter Co. (Inc.), Syracuse, N. Y. Economy Hog & Cattle Powder Co., Shenan doah, Iowa. United Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston, Mass. H. Clay Glover Co. (Inc.), 119 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. The Heinrich Chemical Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Hockwald Chemical Co., 531 Howard Street, San Francisco, Calif. J. F. Devine Laboratories (Inc.), Goshen, N. Y. Geo. 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 Sanitflry Products Corporation, 160 Fifth Avenue, Tew York, . Y. Columbus Serum Co., Station. C, Columbus, Ohio. Zenoleum Products Co., 2231 Park A ,enue, Detroit, Mich. The P a ine Drug Co., Rochester, N. Y.

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS g Disinfectant Creusan Saponified C resol. Distributors of Permitted Disinfectants-Continued Distributed under name of-Distributor R-refecto No. 2 ______________ San Antonio Drug Co., San Antonio, Tex. Krosan __________________ ------------------------------Jo seph Kroger Soap Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Fidelity Laboratories (Inc.), 820 Exchange Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Keystone Brand Saponi -Fidelity Stock Disinfectant __ fled Cresol Solution. Grotta Zoo O-San No. L -----------------------------Adolphe Grotta, 56 Montana Street, German town, Philadelphia, Pa. Midland Cresol Com -CresyloL __________________ _ orden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr. pound. Red Seal Liquor Cre olis Compound. Holt's Liquor Cresolis Compound. Sherwin-Williams 50% Cresol Solution. Corn States 50% Creso Solution. Fuller's 50% Cresol Sol ution. Fort Dodge Saponified Cre 1 Fort Dodge Serum Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa. sol. ------------------------------Howard Holt Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Bourbon C resol Compound_ ! Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexin gton, Ky. ------------------------------1 The Corn States Serum Co., Omaha, Nebr. ------------------------------Fuller Biological Laboratory, Springville, r . Y. Globe 50 % Cresol Solu-------------------------------Globe Laboratories, Fort Worth, Tex. tion. Hemingway's 50% Cre-------------------------------Hemingway & Co., (Inc.), Chicago, Ill. sol Solution. Ka-De-C o Cresol Solu-------------------------------, Kiefer-Stewart Co., Capital Avenue and Georgia tion 50%. Street, Indianapolis, Ind. Li-CresoL__ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The J ensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Twenty I first and Penn Streets, Kansas Ci~y, l\Io. San-I-Sol.. ______________ Car-Cresol. _________________ 1 oyes Bros. & Cutler (Inc.), Park Square, St. Paul, Minn. Marcreso ________________ ------------------------------Marr inan Medical Supply, 169 West Third Street, St. Paul, Minn. Pratts Cresol Disinfec------------------------------tant. Pratt Food Co., 124 Walnut Street, Philad elphia, Pa. San -ISol ________________ ------------------------------Peet Stock Remedy Co., 33 South Twenty-fifth Street, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 20th Century Disinfec------------------------------20th Century Mfg. Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. taut. Sapo-Cresol Special..___ Crespo lin_ _ ________ _________ The Wo rrell Mfg. Co . , St. Louis, Mo. SUMMARY OF HOG-C HOLERACONTROL WORK, DECEMBER, 1928 Bureau Demonstrations Outvete rina-Premises 1---~---Autop sies per formed Farms quaran tined or carded Farms cleaned and dis infected breaks reported to bureau veterina-State ri ans investiengaged gated in work 1 Alabama ____________ _ Arkansas ____________ _ Florida ______________ Geo rgi a _____________ _ Illinoi s ______________ _ Indiana _____________ _ I owa ________________ _ Kansas ______________ _ Kentucky _______ ____ _ Louisiana ___________ _ Maryland ___________ Michigan ___________ _ Mississippi__ ________ _ Misso uri ____________ _ Nebraska _________ __ _ North Caro lin a _____ _ Ohio ________________ _ Oklahoma __________ _ Sou th Carolina ______ _ South Dakota _______ _ Tennessee ___________ _ Texas _______________ _ Virginia _____________ _ vVashington __________ } Oregon ______________ _ Wisconsin ___________ _ Total. ________ _ 1 I. 75 I. 5 I. 3 3 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 I. 03 1 .4 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 I. 5 1 34.48 60 35 76 41 151 18 32 59 184 32 112 60 176 81 10 14 30 99 17 28 110 29 43 80 44 1 ,62 1 umber 5 1 26 3 1 Hogs treated 26 5 628 80 35 55 r ians 1 ------------------------------------------------------------48 13 ____ --__________ ----45 9 -------------------16 13 24 M 5 7 ----------6 11 --------------------18 10 394 14 1 ----------10 3 89 -----------------------------4 --------------------10 11 ----------25 4 314 25 ----------1 32 7 161 ----------------------------------------1 27 7 --------------------15 --------------------11 -------------------1 2 185 6 5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 --------------------8 --------------------10 --------------------4 7 ---------7 16 597 4 --------------------21 --------------------9 --------------------4 6 275 7 8 10 ------------------------------------------------5 2 31 7 -------------------22 2 56 10 90 2,958 218 6 ----------58 26 1 6 364 1 Fractions denote vete rin a ri a n s devoting par t time to hog-cholera work.

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10 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT The Department of Justice, in 1927 , instituted suit under the provisions of the packers and stockyards act against the B. S. Pearsall Butter Co., Elgin, Ill. , for failure to file an annual report of its business, as required by the Secretary. The case was terminated on January 12, 1929, by the entry of a: judgment by consent against the defendant in the sum of $1,000, and a chec k for that amount was received from the defendant in full satisfaction of the judgment. In addition, the defendant company filed annual reports of its business for the calendar years 1926, 1927, and 1928. CHANGE IN INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING MOVEMENT OF LIVESTOCK In the new booklet, Instructions Concerning Work Under Regulations Govern ing Interstate Movement of Livestock, page 31, paragraph 121, the word "quadruplicate" in the second line and the word "three" in the seventh line should be changed to "triplicate" and "two" respectively. The word "triplicate" in the fourth line should be crossed out. SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY LEAVE Much annoyance, inconvenience, and in many cases considerable embarrassment have been caused recently by reason of failure of inspectors in charge and others to observe carefully the notice on page 27 of the Service and Regulatory Announcements for March, 1919, regarding "definite" and "indefinite" leave without pay when a Sunday or a holiday is involved. The matter could not be made plainer than as stated in the instructions ref erred to, and all employees concerned, particularly clerks charged with the duty of keeping time records and reporting them to the bureau, should read those instructions carefully. Special attention, however, should be directed to the urgent importance of showing the necessary information on the monthly time report whether or not application has been made through the Washington office or has been filed in the Washington office after the employee has returned to duty. It may be stated incidentally that the rules pertaining to Sunday and holiday leave will be found in paragraph 491 of the current edition of the Administrative Regulations. The last sentence of paragraph 522 should also be noted in the same connection. RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS Fines and penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: Livestock Quarantine Law Andrew 0. Taylor and Ernest Bokleman, Gardnerville, Nev., interstate driving of dairy cows without tuberculin test, $100 fine each. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., interstate transportation of 1 dead hog in the same car with live animals, $100 fine. Rufe Morgan, Englewood, Tenn., interstate transportation of cattle without tuberculin test, $ 100 fine. Twenty-eight Hour Law Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast Railroad Co. , $100 penalty. Central of Georgia Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Chicago, Rock I sland & P aci fic Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. (2 case ) , $200 penalties. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Mobile & Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty. New York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty. St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties. Wabash Railway Co., 8100 penalty.

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1929J SERV'ICE A~D REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 11 Meat Inspection Law Harry Waldman, Atlantic City, N. J., offering uninspected meat for interstate shipment, $10 fine. William Rabinowitz, Philadelphia, Pa., using secondhand containers bearing domestic meat labels for meats cured at his establishments without inspection, $100 fine. FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE APPEARS IN CALIFORNIA Foot-and-mouth disease was positively diagnosed on January 1 8 in a herd of about 3,500 garbage-fed swine near Whittie.r, Los Angeles County, Calif. The entire herd together with a small number of exposed cattle and goats in the vicinity was slaughtered and buried the following day. Two weeks later the infection appeared in a herd of 51 cattle near Downey, Calif . about 8 miles from the infected hog ranch. That herd also was promptly slaughtered and buried. Suppression of the disease is being conducted by a corps of trained inspectors, most of whom are veterans of former outbreaks. Quarantine has been established; cleaning and disinfection are under way and all live tock in the vicinity is being kept under close supervision. The source of infection, while not definitely established appears to have been garbage trucked to the hog ranch from a vessel docked i n the harbor of San Pedro. The foregoing outline of the situation is published for the information of bureau employees and gives the essential developments up to February 2 (the time of going to press) . The bureau urges that all employees who may be directly or indirectlv associated with the outbreak observe the maximum diligence so that thi plague may be stamped out with the greatest dispatch. Further details concerning the outbreak and the progres of its eradication will be publi hed in the Official Record. NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to office rs in charge of station s and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So far as possible additio nal copies will be furnished on request.] Farmers' Bulletin 569 (revised). Texas or Tick Fever. By John R. Mohler, Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 26, figs. 5. Farmers' Bulletin 156 8. Rabbit Parasites and Diseases. By Benjamin Schwartz, Zoological Division, and W. B. Shook, Pathological Division. Pp. 30, figs. 23. Amendment 8 to B. A. I. Order 310, declaring the following-named counties to be modified accredited areas for a period of three years from January 2, 1929: Habersham and Murray, Ga.; Camas and Clark, Idaho; De Witt, Iroquois, and Kankakee, Ill.; Ripley and Tipton, Ind.; Aroostook, Me.; Gratiot, Mich.; Lewi s, Mo.; Clinton, Delaware, and Jefferson, Ohio; and James City, Spotsylvania, Warren, Warwick, and York, Va. The following-named counties have been reaccredited for a period of three years from the same date: Clinton, Iowa; Pawnee, Kans.; Piscataquis, Me.; Crawford and Schoolcraft, Mich.; Henry, Ohio; and Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, Forest, Iron, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, and Washburn, Wis. Thayer County, Nebr., whose 3-year limit expired June 1, 1928 , and has not qualified for reaccreditation, is hereby removed from the list of modified accredited areas. P. 1 (mimeographed). B. A. I. Order 313. Regulations governing the sanitary handling and control of hides, fleshings, hide cuttings, etc., effective May 1, 1929 , supersedes B. A. I. Order 286 and all amendments thereto. Pp. 11. B. A. I. Order 314 . To prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle, sheep, other ruminants, and swine. Effective January 19, 1929. Pp. 2. B. A. I. Order 315. Order governing the importation of garbage from regions in which rinderpest or foot-and-mouth disease exists . Effective January 25, 1929. P. 1.

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12 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDD 11111111111\1\1l\1~1~11iil1 l\111\1i11 ll1\1llm~1\1111111111 3 1262 08852 7626 ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER. Associate Chief: U. G. HoucK. Assistant Chief: A. \V. irLLER. Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL. Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN. Editor: D.S. BURCH. Animal Husbandry D ivision: E. W. 8HEET3. chief. Biochemic Division : M. DORSET, chief. D ivision of Hog-Chol era Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. F ield Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief. Meat Inspection Division : R. P. STEDDOM, chief. Pack ers and Stockyards Division : A. W. MILLER, chief. Pathological Division : JORN S. BUCKLEY, chief. Tick Eradication Division. R. A. RAMSAY, chief. Tuberculosis Eradica tion 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. ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCURED FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS U.S.GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON, D. C. AT 5 CENTS PER COPY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS PER YEAR V ]


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BUREAU OF ANIMAL (This publication is issued monthly for the diss emination of information, instructions, rulings, etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the services of the bureau, estab li shments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers whose duties m ake it desirable for them to have such information, and journ a ls especially concerned. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Docu"ID:ents, Government Pri1;1til!g Office, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official m charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of bis force. A file should be kept at each station for reference. ] CONTENTS Page C h anges in directory_______________________________________________________ _ _______________________ 1 Notices regarding meat inspection___ _______________________________________________________________ 2 Lithuani a n meatinspection certificate__________________________________________________________ 3 Use of M. I. Forms 167 and 169_________________________________________________________________ 2 Animals s l aught e red under Federa l meat inspection , December, 1928_______________________________ 2 Extent of t u berc ulo sis in a n ima l s s l aughtered at three impo rtant markets, December, 1928_ _ ______ 4 Cau ses o f c on demnation of carcasses, ovember, 1928 ___ _ ____________________________________ ----4 Imports of food animal s and of meats and meat food products__________ ____________________________ 4 F o r eign meat-i n sp e ction officia ls___________________________________________________________________ 5 Summary of tuber c ul osis eradication work in cooperation with States, December, 1928_ _ ___________ 6 A n ti bog c h o l era s eru m and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses_____________________________ _ 7 Permitted disinf ectants_______ ____________________________________________________________________ 7 . S ummary of bog c h o l e r a -con tro l wo r k, December, 1928____________________________________________ 9 P roceedings under packers and stockyards act______________________________________________________ 10 C h ange in instructions concerning movement of livestock________________________________ ___ ______ 10 Sunday and ho liday • ____ 10 Results of prosec u t i ons for violations of laws---------------------------~-~ ------------~__ _ _ ___ 10 F oot andm o u t h d i sease appea r s i n California _ _____________________ ~ --- • ---------------__ 1 New publicat i o n s of the bure au ___________________________ _____ :-= ____ _____ _ ___________ __ . _::_____ ..,.._ J O rg anization o f t h e B urea u o f Animal Industry __________ /" ___________ = --------~--------------•~ 1 2 ~--/ . -,,--"~ ..> ..,~"' ~o.~ :. .. •.,..., CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat Inspection Granted 101. The Foster Canning C o . (Inc.), 2 5 Wall Street, Newark, N. J. 207. Hansen & C h es t e r , Railroad Avenu e and Secaucus R oad, North Bergen, N . J. Meat Inspection Withdra w n 105. Palestine Brand Kosh e r Wurst Factor y ( Inc.), Brookly n , N . Y. 137. 466. 607. 72 8. *9 8 8. Ameri can Prov i s i o n s E x p o r t Co ., Maso n City, Iow a , a subsidiary of E stablishment 222. Change in Name of Official Establishment Stahl-Meyer (Inc.), 262 Mott Street, New York, N. Y., and F. A . Ferris & C o. , Otto Stahl (Inc .), L o uis Meyer Co . (Inc .), instead of p revious name. Stahl-Meyer (Inc .) , 172 Eas t O n e hundred and twenty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y.f and Otto Stahl (Inc.), F. A . Ferris & Co. ( Inc.), Louis Meyer Co . (Inc .), instead of previ o u s name. Almeida & Cabral, 156 Fifth Street, Cambridge, M as s . , ins t ead of Gabriel D. Paiva. Stahl-Meyer (Inc .), 1125 Wyckoff Avenue, Broo~ly n , N. Y . , and Louis M eyer Co . (Inc.), Otto Stahl (Inc . ) , F. A. Ferris & Co. (Inc.) . Hudson Packing Co., 242 Hudson Avenue, Brookly n, N. Y ., instead of Weill & Isaacs. • c ondu cts s l aughte ring . 34055-29 1

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2 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, Change in Address of Official Establishment 56. Hutcheson Products Co., 539 South Clark Street, Chicago, Ill .. insteadlof 162 West Washington Street. Change in Address of Official in Charge Dr. G. R. Hartman succeeds Doctor Aufente as inspector in charge at Moultrie, Ga. Dr. L. N. Dodge succeeds Doctor Danforth ( resign ed) as inspector in charge at Watertown, N. Y. NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION LITHUANIAN MEAT-INSPECTION CERTIFICATE The facsimile shown on page 3 represents the form of the approved Lithuanian meat-inspection certificate acceptable under the proYision s of B. A. I. Order 2 1 1 (revised), regulation 27, section 5, paragraph 5. USE OF M. I. FORMS 167 AND 169 Referring to notices in Service and Regulatory Announcements of October and November, 1928, as it has been decided eventually to discontinue the use of M. I. Form 169, inspectors will issue M. I. Form 167 for meat, meat food products, and animal casings destined to Algeria and animal casings destined t o Poland when the present supply of M. I. Form 169 is exhausted. ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN DECEMBER, 1928, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT I NSPECT ION IN DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swine Baltimore ___________________________________ 5,652 716 1,17 8 1 94,044 Buffalo _________________ _____________________ 7,081 2,004 6,724 ----------95,55 0 Chicago _____________________________________ 145,41 5 50,210 1 93,869 188 874,744 Cincinnati_ __________________________________ 10,94 6 4,984 4,191 1 0 110,881 C leveland ___________________________________ 7,073 5,374 10,994 ----------113, 717 Denver ______________________________________ 9,846 1,855 8,348 -------43,338 Detroit ______________________________________ 6,157 6,143 20,723 ---------146,109 Fort Worth _________________________________ 27,637 22,303 11,287 113 33, 109 Indianapolis _________________________________ 13,684 3,159 3,581 ---------175,888 Kansas City _________________________________ 65,800 13,931 87,552 331 383,313 Milwaukee ________________ __________________ 13, 718 40,271 3,534 1 190,915 National Stock Yards _______________________ 30,100 4,270 16,510 181 151,354 New York ___________________________________ 32,033 46,403 204,847 100 I 141,364 Omaha ______________________________________ 54,273 5,798 128,522 197,315 Philadelphia ______________________ ___________ 5,271 4,932 12,870 1 88,359 St. Louis _ ___________________________________ 12,0 3 1 3,815 3,427 3 181, 196 Sioux City __________________________________ 27,909 2,561 59,891 ---------1 54,736 South St. Joseph ____________________________ 28,368 6,058 88,480 2 149,478 South St. PauL -----------------------------39,334 51,095 51,6 6 2 356,655 W ichita _____________________________________ 4,526 1,894 3,339 9 72,404 All other establishments _____________________ 120,025 62,923 131,16 8 601 2,027,567 Total: December, 1928 _________________ 66,879 I 340,699 I 1,052,721 1,551 5,782 ,036 December, 1927 _________________ 761,143 376,486 1,093,964 1,791 4,86 , 608 12 months ended December, I 1928 __________________________ 8,467,308 4,679,922 13,488, 171 1 , 819 49,795,408 12 months ended December, I 1927 _ _________________________ 9,520,104 I 4,875,907 12, 8 3,039 23,311 43,633,46 0 I Horses slaughtered at all establishments, December , 1928, 13,048. Inspections of lard at all establishments, 200,905,987 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 31,421,459 inspection pounds; sausage, 55,938,443 inspection pounds. Corresponding inspections, December, 1927: Lard, 166,406,001 in pection pound ; compound and other substitutes, 33,614,345 inspection pounds; sausage, 60,080,042 inspection pounds. (These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)

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1929) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS H! ............................... . REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA Ministry of Agriculture Veterinary Departmen: Meat-inspection certificate. PI ace ........................... . Date ............... . This is to certify that the meat or• meat food products herei n described were derived from animals which received ante-mortem and postmortem ve1erinary inspection at the time of slaughter, and that said meat and meat food products are sound, healthful, wholesome and otherwise fit for human food, and have not been treated with and do not contain any preservative, colour ing matter, or other substance not permitted by the regulations governing the meat inspection of the Lithuanian Ministry of Agrrculture, and have been handled onl y in a sanitary manner in this country. Kind of product Number of pieces or . packages Weight Identification marks on meats and packages ............................................................................................... , Consignor ...................................................................................... ., Address ....................................................... , ............................................. . Consignee ..................................................................................... . Destination ............................................................................................... . Shipping marks .................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................. .. Authorized veterinary surgeon of the Ministry of Agriculture • • Sp.• !l •ve 1 36 1 3

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4 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January , EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MARKETS, DECEMBER, 1928 Retained for tuberculosis Station Total s laughter Passed f or Con-Tota l cooking demned Cattle: Chicago ___________________________________________________ _ 145,415 5,394 171 900 Kansas City ______________________________________________ _ 65,800 225 4 33 Omaha ____ ________________________________________________ _ 54,273 514 27 83 Swine: Chic ago ___________________________________________________ _ Kansas City ______________________________________________ _ Omaha_--------------------------------------------------,,.. , .. 1 101,801 1,356 1,091 383,313 15,834 197 171 197,315 1 6,904 209 156 CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF C ARCASSES, NOVEMBER, 1928 Cause Cattle Cal ves Sheep Swine Emaciation____________________________________________________ 728 121 854 8 1 Hog cholera____________________________________________________ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ 3, 372 Inflammatory diseases__________________________________________ 1,243 216 844 2,990 Immaturity____________________________________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 262 ___________________ _ Tuberculosis___________________________________________________ 3, 386 35 _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ 3, 403 A ll other causes________________________________________________ 1,5 1 5 197 693 2,802 Total ___________________________________________________ _ 6,872 831 I 2,391 12,648 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during December, 1928, with :figures for other periods for comparison. Imports off ood animals Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats Mexico ________________________________________________________ _ Canada.------------------------------------------------Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico) _________________________________ _ 27,849 ----------2 ,288 ----------9,088 37 203 ---------~ 50 25 ------------------------1----1----1----Total: D ecembe r, 1928 _________________________________ • D ecembe r, 1927 _________________________________ _ 12 months ended D ecember, 1928 _______________ _ 12 months ende d December, 1927 _______________ _ 36,987 4 5,988 4 95,545 454,587 62 7,376 20,056 192, 190 2 ,491 1,941 36, 109 35,064 330 187

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 5 Imports of meats and meat food products I Fresh and refrigerated Othe r Cured and Total Country of export canned meat weight Beef Other products Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Argentina _____________ • _________ . ____ ______ -----------------------2,396,700 136,783 2,533,483 Australia _____ . ____________________________ 28,000 14,296 24 25,364 67,684 Brazil _____________________________________ -----------------------375,894 ------------375,894 Canada ____________________________________ 1, ?.28, 088 274,309 1,420,711 634,405 3,557,513 New Zealand ______________________________ 1,475,436 4,056 ------------65,933 1,545,425 Paraguay __________________________________ -----------------------78,387 29,370 107,757 Uruguay __________________ . _______________ -----------------------2,808,482 81,634 2,890,116 0 ther countries. ... _ .. ____ . _ .. _____________ 24,701 ------------100,267 169,703 294,671 Total: Decembe r, 1928 _______________ 2,756,225 292,661 7,180,465 1,143,192 11,372,543 December, 1927 ______________ 5,504,917 1,079,120 12 months ended December,-3,992,749 1,770 ,785 12,347,571 1928 .. ______________________ 47,564,006 16,836,271 12 months ended December,78,200,237 11,863 , 714 1 54,464,228 1927 ________________________ 33,461,342 24,251,291 55,202,870 8,274,452 121,189,955 Condemned in D ecember, 1928: Beef, 125 pounds; pork, 81 pounds; total, 206 pounds. Refused entry: B eef, 13,356 pounds; mutton, 329 pounds; pork, 502 pounds; total, 14,187 pounds. FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALS The following are additional names and facsimile signatures of foreign National Government officials authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for meat and meat food products offered for importation into the United States: Country and name Signature ENGLAND C. 0. Stallybrass_. ____________________ . __ C. C. P. Anning _________________________ _ Edward R. Peirce. ___ ._. ________________ _

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6 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA TION WITH ST ATES, DECEMBER, 1928 Tuberculin tests Total to date during month State Once• Ac• Herds Inspector in charge State or Territorial official Herds Cattle Cattle tested cred• under or tested re free ited super• lots acted herds herds vision ---Ala ..... 74 3,262 13 5,378 280 8,063 R. E. Jackso n ..... C. A. Cary, Auburn. Ariz .... 89 725 3 1,802 22 1,882 F. L. Schneider ... E. L. Stam, Phoenix. Ark ..... 458 2,714 4 2,891 15 6,811 H. L. Fry ...•..... J. H. Bux, Little Rock. Calif .... 146 10,331 97 5,864 106 6,257 R. Snyder ........ J. P. Iverson, Sacramento. Colo .... 58 2, 1161 42 3,138 140 3,688 W. E. Howe •..... C. G. Lamb, Denver. Conn ... 370 6,464 134 4,342 1,723 6 ,971 R. L . Smith ...... J.M. Whittlesey, Hartford. Del. .... llO 1 ,583 34 3,140 1 ,990 5,957 W. C. Middleton. 0. A. Newton, Bridgeville. D. 0 •... -------------99 8 99 A. E. Wight. ..... Fla ..... 103 4,219 26 7,720 185 8,551 J. G. Fish ......... J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. Ga ...... 737 7,787 17 14,945 35 14,988 A. L. Hirleman .•. J. M. Sutton, Atlanta. Idaho ... 221 6,043 5 32,026 56 35,323 W. A. Sullivan ... A. J. Dickman, Boise. Ill ....•. 6,985 69,948 1,010 135,752 5,296 151,553 J. J. Lintner ..•... D. W. Robison, Springfield. Ind ..... 4,485 33,037 112 118,758 31,976 162,582 J. E. Gibson ...... Frank. H. Brown, Indian-apolis. Iowa .... 2,736 49,916 696 96,600 3,629 159,340 J. A. Barger ..•... M. G. Thornburg, Des Moines. Kans ... 2,812 31,629 175 75,434 765 76,538 N. L. Townsend .. J. H. Mercer, Topeka. Ky ..... 1,129 6,573 29 67,201 58 67,869 W. F. Biles ....... D. E. Westmorland, Frank• fort. La .....• 31 1,033 21 7,374 17 7,702 G. T. Cole ...•.... E. P. Flower , Baton Rouge. Me ..... 1,396 10,573 84 35,976 3,098 40,723 G. R. Caldwell .•. R. M. Tucker, Augusta. Md .•... 1,510 15,260 626 12,809 6,200 25,597 E. P . Simonds .•.. James B. George,Baltimore. Mass ... 614 9,088 666 1,606 1,204 3,358 E. A. Crossman ... E. F. Richardson, Boston. Mich ... 7,413 71,288 480 163,177 68 166,144 T. S. Rich .......• B. J. Killham, Lansing. Minn ... 2,109 37,224 626 73,747 8,731 86,142 W. J. Fretz ....... C. E. Cotton, St. Paul. Miss •... 401 2,321 14 13,553 26 13,579 H. Robbins ....... R. V. Rafnel, Jackson. Mo ...•• 609 7,021 7 67,690 227 71,299 Ralph Graham ... H . A. City. Wilson, Jefferson Mont. •. 178 9,917 25 30, 797 94 31,317 J . W. Murdoch .•. W. J. Butler, Helena. Nebr. ... 1,282 18,557 104 66,231 107 66,775 A. H. Francis ..... C. H. Hays, Lincoln. Nev .... 40 6,714 119 1,117 11 1,431 L. C. Butterfield .. Edward Records, Reno. N. H ... 960 13,279 457 2,158 3,405 5,881 E. A. Crossman ... A. L. Felkeril Concord. N. J. ... 491 5,608 278 3,436 2,457 8,651 W. G. Middleton. J. H. McNe , Trenton. N. Mex. 263 5,474 17 8,175 46 8,251 F. L. Schneider ... Mat Keenan, Albuquer• que. N. Y ..•. 4,981 65,603 1,948 39,036 63,044 115,976 H. B. Leonard ..•. E. T. Faulder, Albany. N. 0 .... 59 554 0 256,530 397 257,311 W. C. Dendinger. Wm. Moore, Raleigh. N. Dak. 2,086 31,684 273 46,737 5,048 57,524 H. H. Cohenour .. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck. Ohio .•.. 3,264 28,186 489 160,073 596 166,875 A. J. DeFosset .... F. A. Zimmer, Columbus. Okla .... 29 1,862 37 128 273 421 L. J. Allen ........ C. C. His e li Oklahoma City. Oreg .... 1,105 8,872 109 50,970 465 51,457 S. B. Foster ....... W. H. Lyt e, Salem. Pa ...... 5,772 46,270 2,406 103,037 4,954 123,103 J.B. Reidy ....... T. E. Munce, Harrisburg. R . I.. ... 50 654 14 181 81 386 E. A. Crossman ... T. E. Robins on, Provide nce. S. C .... 1,002 4,377 5 52,392 110 52,566 W. K. Lewis ...... W. K. L ewis, Columbia. S. Dak .. 242 5,487 115 8,547 1,303 10,224 J. 0. Wilson ...... M. W. Ray, Pierr e. Tenn ... 1,285 6,661 12 58,201 175 58,514 H. M. O'Rear .... W. B . Lincoln, Nashville. Tex ..... 99 1,732 12 211 223 536 H. L. Darby ...... N. F . Williams, Fort Worth. Utah .... 1,087 6,275 70 10, 724 97 11, 548 F. E. Murray ..... w. H . Hendricks, Salt Lake City. Vt ...... 1,249 25 496 641 5,053 6,137 1 4,564 L. H. Adams ..... Edward H. Jones, Mont-p elie r . Va ...... 1,425 8,139 37 20,646 1 ,232 22,145 R. E. Brookbank. H. C. Givens, Richmond. Wash ..• 1,308 17,059 369 39,525 79 42,732 J. C. Exline ....... Robert Prior, Olympia. W. Va .. 1,038 5,298 33 42,874 1,174 43,878 H. M. Newton .... John W. Smith, Charleston. Wis ..... 7,242 130,530 1,39 5 140,349 10,107 154,289 J . S. Healy ........ Walter A. Duffy, Madison. Wyo .... 4 144 3 9,824 4 11, 175 John T . Dallas .... H. D. Port, Cheyenne. Hawaii .. 54 1,384 41 ......... ----------------L. E. Case .......• L. E. Case. -----Total. 71,191 845, 971113, 930 2, 107, 974 167, 474i2' 448, 546

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 7 ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED UNDER LICENSES H y perim-Hyperim-Cle a r serum Simulta -Total serum completed mune bl o od neous v irus munizing cle a red virus C. C. C. C. C. c. C . C . C. c. December,1928 _ _ _________________ 78,693.575 62,679,570 61,636,734 2, 'i77, 593 11,138,476 December, 1927 ___________________ 65, 303,8 8 9 36,736,4 5 1 37,355 ,032 1 ,890,299 9 , 524,945 12 months ended December, 1928 _ 903,140,073 638 ,679,519 726, 511, 994 61,940,394 1 8 ,944,9 8 3 12 months ended December, 1927 _ 1,3 8 6 , 321,4 8 7 655 ,320, 590 736,924,869 59,832 ,312 284,674, 509 I LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN DECEMBER, 1928 License No. 107 was i ssued December 31, 1928, to Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), 520 West Pennway, Kansas City, Mo., and Shawnee Road and Forest Avenue, Kansas City, Kans., for antiabortion serum (bovine). LICENSES TERMINATED IN DECEMBER, 1928 License No. 126, issued January 1, 1921, to the Hamilton Chemical Co . , Noblesville, Ind., was terminated December 4, 1928, the firm having discontinue d the production of the products involved. License No. 132, issued January 1, 1921, to the University of Illinois, Urba.na, Ill., was terminated December 4, 1928, without prejudice in accordance with the request of the university. PERMITS ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN DECEMBER, 1928 Permit No. 8, was issued December 17, 1928, to Dr. Raymond D. Cone l e y, Lima, Pa., for the importation of leptospira vaccine (canine) , manufactured by Burroughs-Wellcome Co., London, England. PERMITTED DISINFECT ANTS (List revised to January 12, 1929) In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, the bureau has granted permission for the use of the following saponified cresol solutions, in the general disinfection of cars, yards, and other premi es: Name of disinfectant Acresel Cresol Compound ______________ _ Anchor Brand Cresol Compound _______ _ Atlas 50% Cresol Compound ____________ _ ADCO Cresolis _________________________ _ C-4 S o luble Disinfectant _______________ _ Clarisol _________________________________ _ Oooper's Saponified Cresol Solution ____ _ Cre-O-Cris _____________________________ _ ere-Septic ______________________________ _ Crc sol Compound Clifton ______ ________ _ Cres tall Dip __________________________ _ _ Cresyline Cresol Compound ____________ _ Creus a n Saponified Cresol Solution ____ _ Curts-Folse Cresol Compound Solution_ Cresnol Cresol Compound ______________ _ DeodoJ _________________________________ _ Dr. Hess Saponified Cresol Solution ____ _ Dioxy Cresol Compound _______________ _ DixsoL ______________________________ ----Manufacture r 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. Americ a n Disinfecting Co. (Inc.), Sedalia, Mo. Coopers Creek Chemic a l Co., West Conshohocken, Pa. International Chemical Co., 3130 South Canal Street, Chicago, Ill. Wm. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill. Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y. Theo. B. Roberts on Products Co., Chicago, Ill.. Clifton Chemical Co . , 246 Front Street, New York, N. Y. Baird & McGuire, (Inc.), Holbrook, Mass. The Hunt Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio . U. S. Sanitary Spe c ialties Corporation, 435 South Western Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Curts-Folse Laboratories, 70 Central Avenue, Kansas City Kans. Fort Pitt Chemical Co., 3134 Penn A venue, Arsenal Station Pittsburgh, Pa. The Norwich Pharmacal Co . , Norwich, N. Y. Dr. Hess & Clark (Inc . ), Ashland, Ohio. Preston T. Rhodes, 112 North Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Dixie Chemical Co. (Inc.), 623 Commerce Street, New Orle a n s , La.

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8 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, Name of disinfectant Manufacturer Fecticide _______________________________ _ Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, Mich. Gen.po Saponified Cresol Solution. ______ _ General Compounding Corporation, Central Avenue and Seventy-ninth Place, Glendale, Brooklyn, N. Y. Germo-Cresolis _________________________ _ Glidden. Shur-Shot Disinfectant_ _______ _ Germo Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo. The Glidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio. K arspray _______________________________ _ Key-State Dijinfectan.t_ ________________ _ West Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Long Island City, N . Y. Interstate Chemical Co., Jersey City, N. J. KremuJso _______________________________ _ Leeds Chemical Co., Kansas City, Mo. Keystone Brand Saponified Cresol SoluJames Good (Inc.), 211 East Susquehanna Avenue, Philadeltion . phia, Pa. Kreo ___________________________________ _ The W. T. Rawleigh Co., Freeport, Ill. Licresolis _________________ . _____________ _ Lilly's Cresol Compound, U. S. p ______ _ West Disinfecting Co., 16 Barn Street, Long Island City, N. Y. Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Masol __________________________________ _ Charles B. Rodes, 3436 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo. Michel & Pelton Co., 639 Howard Street, San Francisco, Calif. Midland Chemical Co., Dubuque, Iowa. Mapco .. 50% Cresol Compound __________ _ Midland Cresol Compound _____________ _ Moorman's Sapon.ified 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-Sol _______________________________ _ McLaughlin Gormley King Co., 1715 Fifth Street, S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. Sapo-Cresol SpeciaL ___________________ _ SherwinWilliams 50% Creosol Solution_ Cremoline Disinfecting Co., St. Louis, Mo. The Sherwin-Williams Co., Chicago, Ill. Solcreo S. L ____________________________ _ The Standard Laboratories, 847 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Ill. Standard Sapon.ified Cresol Solution ____ _ ;van Schaack's Liquor Creosolis Comp __ The Standard Chemical Co., Tacoma, Wash. Peter Van Schaack & Sons, Chicago, Ill. Distributors of Permitted Disinfectants Disinfectant Distributed under name ofCooper's Saponified Ore-Blue Cross Saponifled Cresol sol Solution. Crestall Dip ____________ Booth's Cresol Compound __ Carbola Liquid Disin------------------------------fectant. Chemo Cattle Disinfec• ------------------------------tant. ColiseptoL _. _________________________________ . ___ . ___ _ Creoslave _______________ The Chemical Supply Co., Creco Spl)ciaL _______ . __ Creco Co. (Inc.) ____________ _ Dinsol __________________ ------------------------------Dr. LeGear's Cresol Dis------------------------------infectan.t. Disinfectone Cr es o 1 ______________ . ______________ _ Compound. Economy Disinfectant __ ------------------------------Elkay's Ag r i cultural ___________________ . _________ _ Disinfectant. Glover's Cresol Disin.-___ . _________________________ _ fectant. Heinrich's Crestall Solu-___ .. ________________________ _ tion. Hockwald's Oreo-L ic _. ___________________________ _ Dip. Kre-Lik ____ . _ .. ____ . _____________________ . ___________ _ Lee 's 50% Cresol Solu------------------------------tion. Myco Disin.fecto. _______ ------------------------------Stan.co Solution. of Ore------------------------------sol Compound. Tri-Krecide ____ . ___________________________________ . __ U-C-Cos Cresolis _____________________________________ _ Zelco Disinfectant ________________________________ . ___ _ Cl a risoL _. ___ . ___ . ____ . _ Buckeye Brand Saponified Cresol Solution.. Zeni soL __ . _ __________________________________________ _ Cresyline Crnsn l ComCreoxiL ___________________ _ pound. Distributor Blue Cross Veterinary Supply Co., Superior, Nebr. J. M. Booth Chemical Co., 1020 East Overland Street, El Paso, Tex. Carbola Chemical Co. (Ipc.), Natural Bridge, N.Y. Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Beebe Laboratories (Inc.), St. Paul, Minn. 2450 Canal Road, Cleveland, Ohio. Creco Building, Long Island City, N. Y. Meyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. Dr. L. D. LeGear Medicine Co., 4161 Beck A venue, St. Louis, Mo. W. D. Carpenter Co. (Inc.), Syracuse, N. Y. Economy Hog & Cattle Powder Co., Shenan doah, Iowa. United Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston, Mass. H. Clay Glover Co. (Inc.), 119 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. The Heinrich Chemical Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Hockwald Chemical Co., 531 Howard Street, San Francisco, Calif. J. F. Devine Laboratories (Inc.), Goshen, N. Y. Geo. 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 Sanitflry Products Corporation, 160 Fifth Avenue, Tew York, . Y. Columbus Serum Co., Station. C, Columbus, Ohio. Zenoleum Products Co., 2231 Park A ,enue, Detroit, Mich. The P a ine Drug Co., Rochester, N. Y.

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS g Disinfectant Creusan Saponified C resol. Distributors of Permitted Disinfectants-Continued Distributed under name of-Distributor R-refecto No. 2 ______________ San Antonio Drug Co., San Antonio, Tex. Krosan __________________ ------------------------------Jo seph Kroger Soap Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Fidelity Laboratories (Inc.), 820 Exchange Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Keystone Brand Saponi -Fidelity Stock Disinfectant __ fled Cresol Solution. Grotta Zoo O-San No. L -----------------------------Adolphe Grotta, 56 Montana Street, German town, Philadelphia, Pa. Midland Cresol Com -CresyloL __________________ _ orden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr. pound. Red Seal Liquor Cre olis Compound. Holt's Liquor Cresolis Compound. Sherwin-Williams 50% Cresol Solution. Corn States 50% Creso Solution. Fuller's 50% Cresol Sol ution. Fort Dodge Saponified Cre 1 Fort Dodge Serum Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa. sol. ------------------------------Howard Holt Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Bourbon C resol Compound_ ! Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexin gton, Ky. ------------------------------1 The Corn States Serum Co., Omaha, Nebr. ------------------------------Fuller Biological Laboratory, Springville, r . Y. Globe 50 % Cresol Solu-------------------------------Globe Laboratories, Fort Worth, Tex. tion. Hemingway's 50% Cre-------------------------------Hemingway & Co., (Inc.), Chicago, Ill. sol Solution. Ka-De-C o Cresol Solu-------------------------------, Kiefer-Stewart Co., Capital Avenue and Georgia tion 50%. Street, Indianapolis, Ind. Li-CresoL__ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The J ensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Twenty I first and Penn Streets, Kansas Ci~y, l\Io. San-I-Sol.. ______________ Car-Cresol. _________________ 1 oyes Bros. & Cutler (Inc.), Park Square, St. Paul, Minn. Marcreso ________________ ------------------------------Marr inan Medical Supply, 169 West Third Street, St. Paul, Minn. Pratts Cresol Disinfec------------------------------tant. Pratt Food Co., 124 Walnut Street, Philad elphia, Pa. San -ISol ________________ ------------------------------Peet Stock Remedy Co., 33 South Twenty-fifth Street, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 20th Century Disinfec------------------------------20th Century Mfg. Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. taut. Sapo-Cresol Special..___ Crespo lin_ _ ________ _________ The Wo rrell Mfg. Co . , St. Louis, Mo. SUMMARY OF HOG-C HOLERACONTROL WORK, DECEMBER, 1928 Bureau Demonstrations Outvete rina-Premises 1---~---Autop sies per formed Farms quaran tined or carded Farms cleaned and dis infected breaks reported to bureau veterina-State ri ans investiengaged gated in work 1 Alabama ____________ _ Arkansas ____________ _ Florida ______________ Geo rgi a _____________ _ Illinoi s ______________ _ Indiana _____________ _ I owa ________________ _ Kansas ______________ _ Kentucky _______ ____ _ Louisiana ___________ _ Maryland ___________ Michigan ___________ _ Mississippi__ ________ _ Misso uri ____________ _ Nebraska _________ __ _ North Caro lin a _____ _ Ohio ________________ _ Oklahoma __________ _ Sou th Carolina ______ _ South Dakota _______ _ Tennessee ___________ _ Texas _______________ _ Virginia _____________ _ vVashington __________ } Oregon ______________ _ Wisconsin ___________ _ Total. ________ _ 1 I. 75 I. 5 I. 3 3 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 I. 03 1 .4 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 I. 5 1 34.48 60 35 76 41 151 18 32 59 184 32 112 60 176 81 10 14 30 99 17 28 110 29 43 80 44 1 ,62 1 umber 5 1 26 3 1 Hogs treated 26 5 628 80 35 55 r ians 1 ------------------------------------------------------------48 13 ____ --__________ ----45 9 -------------------16 13 24 M 5 7 ----------6 11 --------------------18 10 394 14 1 ----------10 3 89 -----------------------------4 --------------------10 11 ----------25 4 314 25 ----------1 32 7 161 ----------------------------------------1 27 7 --------------------15 --------------------11 -------------------1 2 185 6 5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 --------------------8 --------------------10 --------------------4 7 ---------7 16 597 4 --------------------21 --------------------9 --------------------4 6 275 7 8 10 ------------------------------------------------5 2 31 7 -------------------22 2 56 10 90 2,958 218 6 ----------58 26 1 6 364 1 Fractions denote vete rin a ri a n s devoting par t time to hog-cholera work.

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10 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT The Department of Justice, in 1927 , instituted suit under the provisions of the packers and stockyards act against the B. S. Pearsall Butter Co., Elgin, Ill. , for failure to file an annual report of its business, as required by the Secretary. The case was terminated on January 12, 1929, by the entry of a: judgment by consent against the defendant in the sum of $1,000, and a chec k for that amount was received from the defendant in full satisfaction of the judgment. In addition, the defendant company filed annual reports of its business for the calendar years 1926, 1927, and 1928. CHANGE IN INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING MOVEMENT OF LIVESTOCK In the new booklet, Instructions Concerning Work Under Regulations Govern ing Interstate Movement of Livestock, page 31, paragraph 121, the word "quadruplicate" in the second line and the word "three" in the seventh line should be changed to "triplicate" and "two" respectively. The word "triplicate" in the fourth line should be crossed out. SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY LEAVE Much annoyance, inconvenience, and in many cases considerable embarrassment have been caused recently by reason of failure of inspectors in charge and others to observe carefully the notice on page 27 of the Service and Regulatory Announcements for March, 1919, regarding "definite" and "indefinite" leave without pay when a Sunday or a holiday is involved. The matter could not be made plainer than as stated in the instructions ref erred to, and all employees concerned, particularly clerks charged with the duty of keeping time records and reporting them to the bureau, should read those instructions carefully. Special attention, however, should be directed to the urgent importance of showing the necessary information on the monthly time report whether or not application has been made through the Washington office or has been filed in the Washington office after the employee has returned to duty. It may be stated incidentally that the rules pertaining to Sunday and holiday leave will be found in paragraph 491 of the current edition of the Administrative Regulations. The last sentence of paragraph 522 should also be noted in the same connection. RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS Fines and penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: Livestock Quarantine Law Andrew 0. Taylor and Ernest Bokleman, Gardnerville, Nev., interstate driving of dairy cows without tuberculin test, $100 fine each. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., interstate transportation of 1 dead hog in the same car with live animals, $100 fine. Rufe Morgan, Englewood, Tenn., interstate transportation of cattle without tuberculin test, $ 100 fine. Twenty-eight Hour Law Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast Railroad Co. , $100 penalty. Central of Georgia Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Chicago, Rock I sland & P aci fic Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. (2 case ) , $200 penalties. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Mobile & Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty. New York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty. St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties. Wabash Railway Co., 8100 penalty.

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1929J SERV'ICE A~D REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 11 Meat Inspection Law Harry Waldman, Atlantic City, N. J., offering uninspected meat for interstate shipment, $10 fine. William Rabinowitz, Philadelphia, Pa., using secondhand containers bearing domestic meat labels for meats cured at his establishments without inspection, $100 fine. FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE APPEARS IN CALIFORNIA Foot-and-mouth disease was positively diagnosed on January 1 8 in a herd of about 3,500 garbage-fed swine near Whittie.r, Los Angeles County, Calif. The entire herd together with a small number of exposed cattle and goats in the vicinity was slaughtered and buried the following day. Two weeks later the infection appeared in a herd of 51 cattle near Downey, Calif . about 8 miles from the infected hog ranch. That herd also was promptly slaughtered and buried. Suppression of the disease is being conducted by a corps of trained inspectors, most of whom are veterans of former outbreaks. Quarantine has been established; cleaning and disinfection are under way and all live tock in the vicinity is being kept under close supervision. The source of infection, while not definitely established appears to have been garbage trucked to the hog ranch from a vessel docked i n the harbor of San Pedro. The foregoing outline of the situation is published for the information of bureau employees and gives the essential developments up to February 2 (the time of going to press) . The bureau urges that all employees who may be directly or indirectlv associated with the outbreak observe the maximum diligence so that thi plague may be stamped out with the greatest dispatch. Further details concerning the outbreak and the progres of its eradication will be publi hed in the Official Record. NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to office rs in charge of station s and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So far as possible additio nal copies will be furnished on request.] Farmers' Bulletin 569 (revised). Texas or Tick Fever. By John R. Mohler, Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 26, figs. 5. Farmers' Bulletin 156 8. Rabbit Parasites and Diseases. By Benjamin Schwartz, Zoological Division, and W. B. Shook, Pathological Division. Pp. 30, figs. 23. Amendment 8 to B. A. I. Order 310, declaring the following-named counties to be modified accredited areas for a period of three years from January 2, 1929: Habersham and Murray, Ga.; Camas and Clark, Idaho; De Witt, Iroquois, and Kankakee, Ill.; Ripley and Tipton, Ind.; Aroostook, Me.; Gratiot, Mich.; Lewi s, Mo.; Clinton, Delaware, and Jefferson, Ohio; and James City, Spotsylvania, Warren, Warwick, and York, Va. The following-named counties have been reaccredited for a period of three years from the same date: Clinton, Iowa; Pawnee, Kans.; Piscataquis, Me.; Crawford and Schoolcraft, Mich.; Henry, Ohio; and Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, Forest, Iron, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, and Washburn, Wis. Thayer County, Nebr., whose 3-year limit expired June 1, 1928 , and has not qualified for reaccreditation, is hereby removed from the list of modified accredited areas. P. 1 (mimeographed). B. A. I. Order 313. Regulations governing the sanitary handling and control of hides, fleshings, hide cuttings, etc., effective May 1, 1929 , supersedes B. A. I. Order 286 and all amendments thereto. Pp. 11. B. A. I. Order 314 . To prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle, sheep, other ruminants, and swine. Effective January 19, 1929. Pp. 2. B. A. I. Order 315. Order governing the importation of garbage from regions in which rinderpest or foot-and-mouth disease exists . Effective January 25, 1929. P. 1.

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12 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDD 11111111111\1\1l\1~1~11iil1 l\111\1i11 ll1\1llm~1\1111111111 3 1262 08852 7626 ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER. Associate Chief: U. G. HoucK. Assistant Chief: A. \V. irLLER. Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL. Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN. Editor: D.S. BURCH. Animal Husbandry D ivision: E. W. 8HEET3. chief. Biochemic Division : M. DORSET, chief. D ivision of Hog-Chol era Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. F ield Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief. Meat Inspection Division : R. P. STEDDOM, chief. Pack ers and Stockyards Division : A. W. MILLER, chief. Pathological Division : JORN S. BUCKLEY, chief. Tick Eradication Division. R. A. RAMSAY, chief. Tuberculosis Eradica tion 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. ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCURED FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS U.S.GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON, D. C. AT 5 CENTS PER COPY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS PER YEAR V ]