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No. 81 (1914)-

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S. R. A.-BD. A. I~ ~~ \I Issued brh 1932


0.. dSta s partmen fg


RVI GULATORY ANN NTS

1 EAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

FEBRUARY, 1932



[Thisp li o is issued monthlytfor the dissemmnanon of informallon, instructions, rulings, etc.,
concerning N work of the Bureau of Animal industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the
service of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public offers
whose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.
Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Dac~uments, Government Prmting
Office, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official in
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should I ramptl! dlstrrbute 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 .................................................... 16;
Foreign meat-inspection oficials................................~.........-..~.............~..... 16;
Oleo oil destined to Italy~......... ........ ~..~..........~. ..~..........~....................... 16
Inedible-product certificates in quadruplicate for Canada....... ........... .......... .......... 17
Instruction concerning preparation of MI. I. Form 101-A (revised) report-....~.................. 17
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, January, 19J3'>....~ .....~.~~. I;
Causes of condemnations of carcasses, December, 1931....... ...........~............................ 18
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, January, 1932......... ........~..... 18
Summary of t uberculosis-eradication wvork in cooperation with States. January, 1932. ~.~........... 10
Summary of hog-cholera-control work, January', 1932.. .~.~...~..~................ ................... 20
Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenpes, January\, 1932..........~.... 20
Licenses issued for biological products, January, 1932...~......................~.~...~. ~............ 20
Licenses terminated, January, 19J32.~........... ....................... ....... .............~...~..... 21
Biological products other than anti-bog-cholera serum and bog-cholera virus produced by licensed
establishments during 1931-~~.-~...........-..~-.................~....~..-.....-...-~...~~.......... 21
Proceedings under the packers and stock yards act, February, 1932. _..........__ .................. 23
Permitted disinfectants.- .~...~.~........ .~........ ................ .......~~~~..................... 23
Permitted dip for scabies of cattle and sheep. ~.~.~......... .....~...~.~..........~..~~....~........ 23
Permitted arsenical cattle dip..~.~.....~.-..............~.........................__................ 23
Results of prosecutions for violations of lawfs.-...~.~..............~....... ~.....~..~....~.~..~....... 24
New publications of the bureau~..................... ................... ........ ..................2
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Inldus~try~.. ...................~.............................. 24


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

M~eat Inspection Granted

$210. Leonard Frank Co., 2408 Territorial Road, mail 1385 University Avenue,
St. Paul, Minn.
Meat Inspection Withdrwnn

12-G. K(ingan Provision Co., 624--634 W'est Thirty-Afth Street, New' York,
N. Y.
49. Tingle Provision Co., 516-518 Westchester Avenue, New York, N. Y.
164. Old Dominion Ham Co., Greeneville, Tenn.
473. Gulf & Valley Cotton Oil Co. (Ltd.), Gretna, La.
988. Union Butchers (Inc.), 242 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn

H~orse-Meat Inspection Withdrawn V~~ Op
Fr76. Ranger Packing Co., Albia, Iowa.

Meat Inspection Extend

19-B. The Cudahy Packing Co., Newfport, Minn., ap u ~~p_~P ey Paki Co

3 No sealed cars. r
106607--42 1 4t







16 BU~RBZ~IU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February

Change la Name of OI~dal Establishmaent
556. Walker'slAuster Chile Co., 310 San Antonio Street, Austin, Tex., and
Walker Properties Association, instead of Walker Properties Associa-
TelOD.
946. Capitol K~osher Sausage & Provision Co. (Inc.), 901 IFirst Street SE.,
Washington, D. C., instead of Capital Kosher Sausage Co. (Inc.).
Change in Number of Olelal Establishment
59-B. A. Aron (Inc.), 335 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y'., instead of 390.
Change of Mail Address of O~cal in Charge
Dr. W. D. Wright, care The American Packing & Provision Co. (office 312
Federal Building), Ogden, Utah, instead of 312 Federal Building.
Dr. C. D. Ashmore, 223 Livestock Exchange Building,aLos Angeles, Calif.,
instead of 233 Livestock Exchange Building.
Station Discontinued
McNeill, Miss., investigations concerning roundworms of sheep.
Sulbstatione Discontinued
Albia, iowa, horse-meat inspection, under Ottumwa, Iowa.
Greeneville, Tenn., meat inspection, under Mlorristown, Tenn.
Gretna, La., meat inspection, under New Orleans, La.
Remove from Address List
Charles W. Curtice, McNeill, Miss.



NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALS
Name and specimen signature of a foreign official who has been authorized
by his national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certificates
for meat~s and meat food products exported to the United States:

Country and name Signature

IRISH FREE STATE

Wm. J. Foley ____ .- ~


Name Removed from Llst
Name of a foreign official whose authority to sign and issue foreign meat-
inspection certificates for meats and meat food products exported to the United
States has been revoked by his national government.
Irish Free Statle: William L. Smyth.
OLEO OIL DESTINED TO ITALY
The bureau has been offcially informed that, under the provision of Italian
law, oleo oil offered for importation into Italy is required to contain 5 per cent
of sesame oil. Accordingly, in the future, inspectors in charge are directed to
see that exactly 5 per cent of sesame oil is added to oleo oil destined to Italy,
and that the statement Oleo oil to which exactly 5 per cent of sesame oil has
been added appears in the margin of the export certificate issued for the
product.







































__ ~~~ ~___


I The slaughter figures in this group of cities are includedl in the figures 3aove for "N'ew Ylork;" and
"All other stations" and are combined here to show total In the greater New Y'ork; district.
Horses slaughtered:
January, 1932..................... .......~....._ ............._ .. .........~... 57
January, 1931..........._.......... ................... .............~........_......1,5
7 months ended--
January, 1932~~~...............~..........~..................... 76, 994
January, 1931......~..........~........ ....................................... 100,131
The following report of inspections of lard, compound and other substitures, and sausage, and of causes
of cpndemnations of carcasses is supplementary to the report of Animals Silaughtered Under Federal Meat
Inspection, released February 5, 1932,.
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 170,368,651 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,
30,799,766 inspection pounds; sausage, 44,968,957 inspection pounds.
Corresponding inspections for January\, 1931: Lard, 196,236,137 inspection pounds; compound and other
.ubstitutes, 39,287,467 inspection pounds; sausage, 52,421,490 inspection pounds.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may haer
been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture )


1052]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


INEDIBLE-PRODUCT CERTIFICATES IN QUADRUPLICATE FOR CANADA

The bureau has been officially informed that under the Canadian meat-
inspection regulations inedible products exported from the United States to
Canada are required to be accompanied by inedible-product certificates in
triplicate. Accordingly, in the future, inspectors will issue the regular inedible-
product certificate and a quadruplicate copy thereof on a bureau letterhead for
inedible products destined to Canada.

INSTRUCTION CONCERNING PREPARATION OF M~. I. FORMI 101-A (REVISED) REPORT

The instruction contained in the last sentence of the note on the lower margin
of M. I. Form 101-A revisedr report., Semimonthly Summary of Daily Time
Report of Employees, relative to showing on the second line thle number of
actual (net) hours worked, is hereby revoked.
The report shall continue to show on the first line the employee's name, title,
and the beginning and ending of hours of w~ork.




AN IMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT IN SPEC.TION,
JANUARY, 1932


Cottle


5, 997


12. 109 )

6,815


9,485



25, 314
28, 056


11,242
31,393
26f,086
38,694
6,094
135,91-1


653, 156
650,911

4, 855, 103
-1, 953, 531

35, 065


Swine


62,982
74,418
748,459
82, 860
441,543
45,943

24, 657
131, 674
"92,005
34, Y22
114, 014
138, 558
80, 091
316, 225
93, 189
14R, 352
248,946
95, 203
2:9,248
44,412
1,555,109


5, 026, 840
5,361,980

26, 624, 187
26, 207. 988

236, 145


Calves Th ep asnd Goats


1,326i 1,953 ......
1, 560 6, 594 .. .
30,8F27 293,000.......
5,456 .829 I
3,405 15,369.......
1,425 20,390 ... ....
5, 45 2,2 9 .. .. .
13, 692 58,835 309

3,075r~ 5,44 ............
25, 54 539, 251.....~.......
f, 712 29 1822
47, 553 291, 720 2

6,337 19,13 4

4,078 62,559 I
4, 0-19 99, 677 ... .
56,597 I 79,798 ......
1, 663 7 .. ..
;3,972 251,141 497


347,07-1 1,7,556
3;9,246 1,425,575 44

2, 603, 593 11. 323, 933 5, 362
2. 851, 457 10, 300.40 71 069

51, 3141 353, 066 2


Station


Baltimore~...~......~.......~..~.............
Buffalo....................................
Chicago....................................
Cincinoati................................
Cleveland................~.................
D enrer.. . . .
D etroit.. . . .
Fort W\ort h .................... ...... ..... ~
Indianapolis................................
Kanses City. ~................... ...........
Los A ngeles. . .. ..... I
Milwaukiee ................... ............
National Stock Ynyds..
New York ..
O m ah a ........ ........ ........ .... ...
Philadelphia. ...._._.._~.....~........... .
St. Louis...~.....~.~.......................
Siour City.......~.._~. .................... .
South St. Joseph..~~.......~......... _
South St. Paul...~........~~...........
W ichita .. .. .. .. .. ..
All other stations.. .. .

Total.
January, 1932. ....................
January, 1931.............'
7 mont hs ended- ~'~~~~~'~'''
January, 1932......._.. ... ...
January, 1931....._....... ...
New Yorki, Brooklyn, Jersey Citl,
and Newark; 1...._.~~~ ......



















Emaciation~............~...~........................... ...~.....
flog cholera.-....~~......~...~...~..~....~...........~...........
Inflammatory diseases~...-....... .~............. .....~.~..~...
Immaturit.......~_...~...~.~.~~.~.~.~................
Tuberrulosis..~. ........~....~..~. .....~................... .~~~
Other causes ................... ................... .........~....

Total.........................................


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS, JANUARY, 1932

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry, during January,
1932, w~ith figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals


Country' of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


M exlico....~..~....~.....~...... .. . .... 6, 428 .. .. .
Oansad...~................... ..... .................. .......... 1. 571 21 1721
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)....~... ................... ....... 88 ..... ..........

Toral
Ja~nuar y 193'2. .............~._............~.~. ..~~ ...... 8,0(87 21 172 1
January., I'31 ................... ...~.... ..........~_~ .231 471 180 2
? months endd~r-- ,8 ,t9
January', 1932. .... .... ..... .. .. 51, 615 1 6 ,894
January, 1931. ... ...... ... ... .. 41,S 8 1 258 2, 548 111


Imported meals and meat food products


Y BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, DECEMBER, 1931


Swine



48
2, 194
4. 483

3,7123
4,686

15, 134


Sheep
and
lambs


238


5684


1,488


Cause


Cattle


Calves



138

235
348
57
158

936


479

1, 203

2, 939
1,37r2

5, 993


Fresh and refrigerated


Beef Other


Pounds Pounds



30, 950 100,0C01
5078 203




36,028 100,204
308, 088 78, 653

355, 488 641,004
1, ;1;.264 744, 158


Cur d adnd




Pou nds
315, 187

233, 923
258, 610

77, 213

40, 905


2,040,611
1. 444, 712

15, 330,676
15, ;08, 069


Tea


Cflountry of xport




4t\geintina........... .................. ..
.tust ralia....... ......~....~.... .............
Brazil...... ...............~................
Canada.....................~...............
Newf Zealand ................... ...........
Paraguay.............~....~...~............
UJruguay~ .......... ......
~t he r ou nt ries ............... .. .........

Total:
January 1932. ...................
January, 1931. ...................
? months ended--
January. 1937... ..........
January~, 1931 ................


Pounds
378, 821
8, 263
233, 023
421, 216
7,979
77,213
1, 114, 773
133,217

2,375, 405
2, 261, 857

19, 113, 943
21, 458, 010


Condemned in January, 1932: Beef, 1,077 pounds, pork, 9 pounds; total, 1,086 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, 18,12?0 pounds; pork, 1,974 pounds; total, 20,094 pounds.


pr deurts


Pou nds
63,634
8, 263

31,655
2,698


92,312

198, 562
430, 04

2, 785, 875
3, 258, 528













SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, JANUARY, 1932


during month


I


SERVICE AND REGULATORY' ANNOUNCEMENTS


Total to dr


State or
Terrl-
ory




Ala......


Calif ....
Colo~....
Conn...
Del...__
D. C.._.
Fla~....._
Ga._....
Idaho...
Ill..._ _._.
Ind.....

Iows. ..

Kans.~..


La...~...
Me.~.....
M~d.....
Mass ....
M\Iich....
Minn ...
Miss ...
Mo.....

M~ont...
Nebr.~...

N. 8 ....
N. J.....
N. M~el.
N. Y...
N. C....
N. Dak .
Ohio....
Okin.._

P1.~.....
R. I.....

S. C.....
S. Dak_
Tenn..._


Utah..~..

1't ......


Wash ...
W. Va..

Wyo~....
Hawfaii_.

Total .


Herdsl CattleCa-
orlotsl testedter-
acted




40 11131 54
1,2231 9,2111 1
2624.09 1B 650
125111 6
78, 7411 461
384,4021 98

1, 285 12, 19J1 34
1,4061 4.7391 5
660 109001 27
8, 812 112, 0661 1, 389
639. 10951 35

4, 1-121 78, 6541 2, 001

4 8,3341 61
2, 1831 10, 807 1 I



1,6091 18,5151 320
1, 824 1 35-1, 73
3,9831 43,426 46
1,4551 35,5241 448



25, 5,37 14
948 16,0301 48
51 1, 0251 1
1, 703; 20, 184l 398
1, 06;1 17, 381 1, 069

5, 330] 56, 691 2, 1"5

9191 22, 2311 83
6,70 1,418 218
30 ,195 9

5, 484l 63, 9 3,27


1,0211 4,312: 12
31, 361i 39
70 4,829 2
1, 196 7,464 29

002, 519/ 16

1,629 32,7251 326

2, 5281 13, 172/ 30
i, 1601 15,3591 24
2. 1921 10. 251. 16
6, 472 121, 019 874

22 1529 7

78, 823 943, 168 17, 372


State oflicial


Once- Ac-
tested- cred-
free ited
herds berds


56, 6571 317
8, 789 46
21,7i5F5 11
10, 53:1 127
2363
3,6591 4,-193
4,9181 1,783

Fg5,24 s3


;9. 674 5, 673
182,.M11 3,170



115,3201 550
10, 3: 43
6, 1751 13

10.702 11,067
190.128~ 69
132,0 ,70
22.231 18
109, 850) 252

39,402) 80
87.5131 105
4, 11E 9

6, 269~ 5, 360
4. 371 26
35.1241 77, 948
256, 558 330
68, 518 5 465

15, 320] 216
58.7, 8~IE6'
127, 184 7, 659
278 17 )

89, 005 122

89,7;011 104
22,772' 42?



4,42?4 9,688

93, 803; 659
50.24 89rl s
85, 620~ 626
178.864l 10,311
12, 1581 5


2, 947, 125 168, 718


ate



Herds Inspector incharge
under
super-
vision


59, 24-1 R. E. Jackson.....
8,674J F.L. Sc~hneier...
21,770 W. A. M~cDonald.
II, 24 W\. E. Howfe......I
109 J. O. H~ itson.. ...
8,82 R1. L. Smith........
7.151 E. B. Simondls....
46 E. Yiebt ....
5,36 T. W'. Cole.....
39, 2621 A. L. Biirleman...
49,735 John T. Dallas....
231, 866| J. J. Lint ner. .....
188, 298J. E. Gibson.......
200, 000! J A. Barger....

116, 1361 N. I.. Tow~nsend..
106, 5501 W\. F. Biles. ..

6, 4551 W\. W. LRawson...

-10,3301 E. B3 Simondls ....

100,2'93 T 8. Rich ........
13;,9151 W J. Fretr.......
2225B. Robb-ins..~.....
113,963:: Ralph Grahaim....
42,845 J. W\. Mlurdoch...
88, 061 A. B. Francis.. ...
4,42.5, L. C. Butterielld..
12, 160[1 E. .\. Cro~ssman...
17, 6521 Ellis E. McrCny...
4, 511' F. L. Schneider ...
119l, 141 H. Bl. Leonard ....
256,9114 W. C3. Dendinger.
81, 001 B. B. Cohenour~...
24.6 J. De Fosset...
15.53 L. J. Allen.........
59, 61 F. B. Foster.~......
14,93J. B. Reidy ....~...
13E. A~. Crossmsn...

9n, 0331 W\. Ki Lew-is......
10,;?22 C. H. Hays.......
89,924~ B. L,. Fry....~.....
23,777 H. L. Darb y....

11, 112 F. E. M~urray.....

15,4831 L. B. damrs...~...

9, 72 R. E. Brook bank .
t1.975 J. C.E.uline~.......
87,42-1 B. I. N'ewton....
18999 J. S. Bealy...... .
13,55 W.. ula...
310 L. E. Cse .....~...

3, 56,40


C. .1. Cory, Auburn.
E. L. Stamp, Phoonis..
J. H. Bus, Lit~tle Rock.
J. .7. King, Sacramento.
C. O. Lamb, IConver.
Charles Johnson, Dartford.
Ralph C. W'ilson, Dover.

.I. \'. Knappl, Tallahassee.
J. Mi. Sutton, Atlants.
Thomas W. White. Boise.
D. Ro bison, Springfield.
Frank B. Brown, Indianap
olis.
MI. O. Thorn burg, Des
M~oines.
J. H. Mcrcerr, Topeka.
D. E. We~stmorland, Frank-
fort.
E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge.
HI. Mr. ruc~ker, A9ugusta.
Jamoes B. Oeorpe,Banlt more.
E:. F. R ic~hardson, Boston.
C. B. lark, L~ansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul
Charles E. Oi'Neal, Jackson.
H. A ilson, Jetferson
City~.
W\. J. Butler, Belcnn.
B. L. Feistner, Lincoln.
Edwa~srd RecrOdS, Heno.
A. L Felker, Conrord
J. HI. M~cNeil. Trenton.
Mati Keenan, Albuq~uerque.
E. T`. Faulder, Albany.
Wiiam M~oore, Raleigh.
W. F. Crewec, Bismarck.
G. H. Pierce. Columbus.
C. C.Hisel, 0kisboma City.
W'. H. Ly'tle. Salem.
T. E. M~unce, Harrisbiurg.
T. E. Ronbinson, Provi-
dane.
W-. k-. Lewis, Columbia.
R\. S. Rahobinsn, Pierre
J. MI. Jones, Nasbrille.
N'. F. W'illiams, Fort
Worth.
W~. H. Hendricks, Salt Lake
City.
Edward H. JoneP, M~ontpe-
lier.
H. C. Givens, Richmond.
Hobert Prior, Olympia.
H. MI. Gore, Charleston.
Wa8lter W\isnickyp, Madison.
B. D. Port, Cheyenne.
L. E. Case, Honolulu.




































































I~


__


BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


IFebruary


Prem-

in ~e ti-
gated




i0
4
6
95
67
50
190
94
41

169


IDemonstrations



Num- Hogs
ber treated


narmn-
tined

carded


enar so

wok I


Alabama..~...... ........... 1
C~alifornia.~.~............... 1
Colorado....-~~.............. 15
Florida..~~................... I
Georrgia....................... J.33
Id ab .. .. .. 3
Illinois....................~.. 3
Indiana. .. .. 2
Iow a. .. .. 1.5
Kansas..~.................. 1
Kentucky.................~.. 2
Louisiana._.................~ I
M~aryinud...~........~........2
Mississippi...... .......~.... 1.03
Mlissouri........_..~.......... I
M~ontana........_..~.._._......3
Nebraska...~..~..............I .5
Nortb Carolins...-~.~....... I
Ohio........~_....~............ I
Oklahoma.....~... ........... 1.5
South Carolins ............. I
South Dakota............ .... .5
Tennessee........... 1
Texas..............~.._....... .I
Waeshington. ....~...~.........I 1
Oregon. f.... __~...(
W'isconsin I

Total......... ........1 27. 97


Meet-
d- sn



........



.







2


.

.


Out-
breaks




nearian


1
6

6
5

30
7
18
11

28
I
2

2
1
20
4
3

11
14
2
8

186


and
feted


A9utop-
as e
formed




1
4
6
2


71
26
2"

12
2
17

8
1
10
14
15
11
3
13
3
.


State


55


49


1,012


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




.... ... 28

. .

.:::: 3
. . .


21 I 7
........1...~.....


31 1
175 I
79 43
50 ..

13 .
412 6
43 1
82 .. .
36 28

61 1
52 .. .
11 i........
241 ;..... ..

1, 622 146


15
3
412




133

356
. .


14


32


........I 7
2, 502 I 260


I Fractions; denote veterinarians devoting part time to wolrk
NOTE.--No wrkT reported from States not listed.

ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, JANUARY, 1932


Mye m-d iuiaeu
cleared


H erm-

nirus


C. c.
21, 234, 049
13, 108(, 064

125, 021, 001
95, 133, 024


Total serum 90 Cbbr;efpdm


C. c.
1. G66, 394
2. 153, ?222

38, 663, 288
33, 141,430


C. c.
97, 018, 334
58, 119, '253


506,966,977


C. c.
86, 160). 65
4'dl. 090, 482

532, 735,593
416,331,270


C.c.
in0, 677, 379
58, 625, 54 1

639,4125, 638
4190, 293. 580


January, 1932_,__........~.~......
January, 1981.--__~....~._........
7 months ended:
January, 1932-.--.......
Jainuary, 1931............ ....


SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, JANUARY, 1932


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, JANUARY, 1932

License No. 6--A was issued January 141, 1932, to Pitman-M~oore Co., Division
of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), near Zionsville, Ind. mailingg address: 1220 Madi-
son. Avenue, Indianapolis, Inld.i, for: Antimastitis serum (bovine); antisw~ine-
erysipelas serum.
License No. 9 was issued Ja~nuary 25, 1932, to the Lederle Laboratories I(Inc.),
Mliddletow~n Road, Pearl River, N. Y'., for: Hemorrhagic-septicemlia vaccine
(killed organisms.
License No. 69 wvas issued Janiuaryv 9, 1932, to the Southern Serum Co., Old
Springfield Road, West Plains, Mol., for: Anti-hog-cholera serum; hog-cholera
virus.
License N~o. 107i was issued January 15, 1932, to The Jensen-Salsbery Labora-
tories (Inc.}, Twent~y-first and Penn Streets, Kansas City, Mlo., and Eleventh
Street and Douglas Avenue, Kansas City, Kians., for: Authrax aggression; anthrax
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1932)


serum; anticalf-scour seru m; an ticani ne-d item per seru m (homologous); a nt ien -
teritis serum (feline); antienteritis serum (swine); antiequine-influenza bacterin
(mixed); antihemorrhagic-septicemia serum; anti-hog-cholera serum; anti-
influen za serum (equine) ; antimastit is seru m (bovine) ; anti mixred-in fection serum
(avian); ant~imixed-infection serumn (canine); antinavel-ill serum (equine);
antiswine-erysipelas serum; autogenous bacterin; avian tuberculin; avisepticus-
sanguinarium bacterin; blackleg aggression; blackleg bacterin; botulinus antitoxin;
bovine-abortion bacterin; bovine-abortion, bacterin (mrxed); bovine-abortion
vaccine; canine-distemiper antigen; canine-distemper vaccine; canine-distemper
virus; enterit.is mixed bacterin (sw~ine); equine-abortion bacterin; fow~l-typhoid
bacterin; fowfl-pox vaccine; hemorrhagic-septicemia aggression; hemorrhagic-
septicemia bacterin; hog-cholera virus; infectious-rhinitis mixed bacterin (swine);
johnin; kerAtitis mixed bacterin (bovine)r; mallein; mastitis mixed bacterin
(bovine); metritis mixed bacterin bovinee; mixed bacterin aviann; mixed
bacterin (bovine)l; mixed bacterin caninee;) mixsed bacterin (cat); mixed haeterin
ovinee); mixed bacterini (rabbits); mixed bacterin (sw~ine); navel-ill mixed bacterin
(equineJ; normal bovine serum; normal horse serum; pneumonia mixed b~acterin
(bovine); pneumnonlia mnied b~acterill !swine)l; polyvalent mixed bacterin (cqulinlel;
pullorin; rables vaccine; streptococcus bacterin (~equine); strep~tococcus muastitis
bacterin (bo\ine); sw~ine-abortion bacterin (mixed); tetanus anltitoxin; tuberculinl;
white-scour mixed bacterin (bovine).
License No. 1241 was issued January 21, 1932, to the Anchor Serum Co., South
of Stock Yards, South St. Josep~h, Mlo. mailingg address: Livestock Exchange
Building), for: Blackleg bacterin. *



LICENSES TERMINATED, JANUARY, 1932

License No. 6-A, issued November 23, 1931, to thle Pitm~an-M~oore Co., Divisioni
of Allied Laboratories cInic.), near Zionisville, Ind., w~as terminated January 14,
1932, because of change of name of antierysip~elas serum !sw~ine) to anltisw~ine--
erysipelas serum.
License No. 107, issued M~ay 23, 1931, to The Jensen-Salsb~ery Laboratories
(Inc.), Tw~enty-first anid Penni Streets, K~ansas City-, Mo., anid Eleventh Street
and Douglas Avenue, Kansas City, Kians., was terminated January 15, 1932,
because of the discontinuance of production of bronchisepticus-streptoclcc~us
bacterin caninee) and polyvalent mixed bacterin (canine).



BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS. OTHER THAN ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM
AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS, PRODUCED BY LICENSED ESTABLISH-
MENTS DURING CALENDAR YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931

Aggressins
Dozes
Anlthrax aggression It~issue exurdates.. ... ...~_ 2_~ 64, 835
Blackleg aggression I'tissuie exudate!l... ....._____ 5. 540,. 056
Blacklegi filtrate (cultural aggression ....... _~_ ... 61, 78Y6
Hemnorrhagic septicemnia aggression I tissue exudatel 2, 289, 035

T otal..... ...... ............. 8_~ 564, 7;12

Antisera and Se~ra
Units Do;s.
Botulinu s antito xi n.... _..~ .. ....... __ .. ... 125, 003. 000
Tetanus anltitoxi n__ .. .~__~_._.~. __ ... _......... 454, 495, 315

579, 498, 315
Abortion seruni cbo\ine)...- __ _.. ~. _.. ~ ... .. .. .. .. 3. 0`15
Anaerobic antitoxin- -- -- -- -. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8__ _~ __ __~ __60
Ant hra x seru m ............. .... ............. __.... ._ ... .. 6i90, 289
B lackleg seru lu -.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .............._ __ __ ___ ~_ 17, 857
Distem per serumm caninel __ __. _._.. _................. ........ 173, 310
Distemper, influenzaa, and pneumoniia sierumi requine)............__ 16, 7;91
E~rysipelas serum (porcinerl __ ~ _. ..._ ...... ._ ___ .. 40 0





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[Februaryr


Doses
HIemorrhagic-septicemia serum ......... ___................___ ___ 98, 483
M astitis serum (bovine).......-- .......... __ ___ ._ ... .. ... .. 2, 074
Mixed-infection serum (avian)--._......................... ... 17, 300
M1ixed-infection serumn (canine) ............................ 42, 867
M'ixed-infection serum (porcine) __............................. 4, 000
Navel-ill serum (equine)................ __.............._____ 460
Normal serum ..... ..... ..... -_ .... .. .... ___ 31, 705
Scours serum (borine)............. .....__ __ __ ........ .. 32, 504
.Scours serum (porcine)............_ _______ ____ __ ... 2, 720

Total._ __ ........_ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1, 175, 135

Bacterins

Abortion b~ac~terin (bovine).... .... .... .... ........____ __ .... 99, 050
Abortion bacterin (equine)................ ............____ __ 1, 695
Ab-ortion bacterin (porcinel_____ .......... __..... ...... ... 21, 435
Autogenous bacterin.._____ __............._ ...... ...... ... 93, 625
Bacillus colon bacterin ._.......... .................. .... ~_ 2, 490
Blackleg bacteria . .. .. .. ______ ______ .. .___ 2, 893, 751
Cholerat-typhoid bacterin (avian')........__ ............. .. .. 368, 288
Distemper bacterin (feline)......... ........ _____ __ .. .. 2, 500
Distemper, influenza, and pneumonia bacterin (equine). ........ 167, 729
Hem orrh agic-septicemia3 bacteria. .. ... .. __ __ .. .. .. .. ._ 2, 858, 033
Kerat~itis bacterrin (bovinel........._ ................. .... 127, 537
Mastitis bascterin (biovine)......... ............. ......_ _...__ 377, 159
M~etritis bacterin (bovine) ...- ................... ...... 51, 811
M ixed bacterin iavian ). __ ___ ............. .... ... ~_. 4, 128,471
Mixed bacterin (bovine). ...____ __________ _._...._...._ __ 350, 519
Mixed bacterin (canine).... ____ ___ ____ .. ._ 345, 3841
Mixed bacterin iequine)....____ ........_____~ .. ..... ..... 62, 791
Mixed bacterin (~felinle)_..._ __________ _....... ......_ __ i...1 212
M ~ixed batcterin !lepine ).... ..... ..... ............____ ... .~_ 35. 955
Mixed bacterin (ovine)._ ......_______ ......... __. .. ... 58, 087
Mixed bacterin (porcine).. .. .. .. .. .. .. 906, 314
Navel-ill bacterin (equine).. ..._ __ ...... ......... ___ 31, 573
Plague bancterin (porcine)._.....____________..... .......... 3, 550
Pulmonarr y b~acterin (bovine) _____ .......... ____ .... 102, 640
Pulm onar y baterin (porcine)r ....... ... ..... ... ....... 57, 360
Rhinitis bacterin (~porcine).. .... .. .. ... ... .._ ~_~ .~_ 5, 660
Roup bactorin.. ._________ __._ ______ ..~ ... 82, 5721
Scoured bacterin ,bovine)_ ... ...________ .. ... 133, 2411
Scours bacterin (porcine).....___ _________ .... 149, 5741
Sta~phylococcus bacterin~~. .. .. .. ... .......... 11, 902
Streptococcus ba:cte~rin. ..__~ .... ... .. .. .. ......_ 3. 777

Total~ ._ .._ _~ ______ .... __~__...__ ..... 13. 535.685s


Vaccines arnd Viruses
.Abortionl vaccine b ~o\iner ... __ .. .. .. .
Anthlrax vlcc~ine. ....________..... .........
Blackleg vaccine ____ ... ...___ __ ... ..
Distemper antigen !caninei ..... _~___ __ _- _-_ ..
Distemper vaccine (caninler ... .... ____ _.. __~___
Distemiper virus (caninle) .___ ________ __ ..
Erysipelas vaccine (sw~ine) (for export only ... ..
Pox vaccine (fow~ll__ ... .......... ... ...... ....
l iab le s vaccine _... .... ..... .... .... ... .. ....


63, 697

2, 019. 735


12, 331
34, 835
5, 595, 014
3241, 803

9, 528, 734


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Diagnosed Agents
Doses Doses
Tuberculin I intradermic )..... ..... .........--~-~ 2, 303, 290
Tuberculin (ophlthalmic).......................... 155, 7410
Tuberculin (subcutanleous.___. _.............. ..... 42, 695

Total.... ... ... .. ... ... _ __ __ . 501, 725
Tuberculin (avian)........... ___._......................-____ 208, 820
Mallein (intrader~mic)........ ... __________ _......... 2, 810
Mallein (ophthalmic)....._ ........................ 53, 897
Mallein (subcutaneous, ...................... _~~~ 1, 3415

Total_.___- ..------ ---------~~~~------ ..------..... 58, 052
Johnin .... ...... ..._ ~_ ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1, 365
Pullorin ........~ ~ ...... ........ .... ................~_ 1, 778, 700

Total._~_~_-- ........................................ 4, 548, 662
Grand total:
Doses.....____~ ________-_ .. ......................... 37, 352, 928
U ~nits ....... ...... ............._ ... ... .. ... .. 579, 498, 315


PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT,
FEBRUARY, 1932

Docket NLo. 878 --In re Percy J. Lake v. C. Driver & Co. and the Union Stock
Yards, Baltimore, Mid. Complaint was filed by Percy J. Lake, of Warrenton, Va.,
on or about December 29, 1931, against C. Driver &: Co., anid the Union Stock
Yards, Baltimuore, Md., seeking reparation in the amount of $51.35 for alleged
failure to receive payment fdr one steer out of a lot of five steers consigned to
C. Driver &r Co., fore sale onl a commissions basis. Service of this complaint was
made upon C. Driver &: Co. and the Union Stock Yards, Baltimore, M~d., by letter
dated December 31, 1931. It unow appears that settlement to Percy J. Lake
has been made inl full; therefore, on February 12, 1932, t~he Acting Secretary of
Agriculture dismiised the proceedings.


PERMIITTED DISINFECTANTS

Thle bur-eau~ has granlted p~ermlission for the use of the follow~ing sa-ponified
cresol solutions, distributed by the firms indicated, in official disinfection, as re-
quired by B. A. I. Order 309: Germ-O-Sol," American Lanolin Corp., Law~rence,
Maess.; '; Massachusetts Farm- Bureau Stable Disinfectant," Masfsachusetts Farm
Bureau, 657 Mlaini Street, W'altham, Mlass.; and "'Stanico Disinfectant," Stanico
Chemical Co., Provlidence, R. I.


PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP

The Devoe & Ra!lolds Co. (Inc.)i, 1 W'est Forty-seventh Street, New York,
N. Y'., has been granted permission by the department to distribute "KEilseab"
under the name of Devoe & Raynoldsi Dry Lime Sulphur"' for use in the official
dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies. Dilutions permitted: For cattle, 32
pounds of the d ry limie-sulph ur to 100 gallons of water; for sheep,, 234 pounds of the
dry limie-sulphur tol 100 gallons of water.


PERMIlTTED ARSENICAL CATTLE DIP

Thle bureau hias granted permission for the use of "Selig's Arsenical Cattle
Dip," manufactured by The Selig Co., 336--350 Mlarietta Street, Atlanta, Ga.,
in the official dipping of cattle for ticks. The dilution for dipping cattle for
interstate movement is 1 gallon of dip to not more than 127 gallons of w~ater.
This will yield a solution containing not less than 0.22 per cent actual arsenious
oxide





24 BUREAU OF ANIMkAL INDUSTRY [February, 1932]

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula-
tory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-eight-Hour Law
Mlissouri Pacific Railroad Co. (two cases), $200 penalties.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.
Livestock Quarantine Law
Chicago &r North W'estern Railway Co., interstate movement of infectious car
from Illinois to Wisconsin, $100 fine.
Chlicago, M~ilwaukee, St. Paul &r Pacific Railroad Co., interstate transportation
of one dead hog in same car with live animals, $100 fine.
Chicago, Rock Island &r Pacific Railway Co., interstate movement of an infee-
tious car from Burr Oak, Ill., to M~illerton, Iowa, and from Buckey~e, Iowa, to
Chicago, Ill., $200 fine.
Chicago, Rock Island &i Pacific Railway Co., interstate movement of an infee-
tious car from Burr Oak, Ill., to Rowley, Iowra, and from lowa Falls, Iowa, to
Chicago, Ill., $200 fine.

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees but sends copies to
onicers in ebarge of stations and on~ces. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So
far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1330 (revised). Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of
Sheep. By Mlaurice C. Hall, Zoological 'Division. Pp. 46, figs. 341.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1057 (revised)l. Cattle-Fever Ticks and MCethods of
Control and Eradication. By W. P. Ellenberger (deceased), Field Inspection
Division, and Robert M'. Chapin, Biochemic Division. Pp. 28, figs. 9.
Technical Bulletin No. 27;9. Correlation of H'ereditary and Other Factors
Affecting Growt~h on Guinea Pigs. By Orson N. Eaton, A~nimal Husbandry
Division. Pp. 36, figs. 15.
Amendment 7 to B. A. I. Order 331. Declaring names of cosuntiesi placed in
modified accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective February 1, 1932. P. 1
(miimeographed).
Alap showing quarantine for tick fever of cattle. December 1, 1931. 12 by 24
inches. ITwo colors.'i
Index to Service and Regulatory Announcements, January-December, 1931.
Pp. 3.

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER.
Associate Chieif: U. G. H OUrCK.
A-ssistlant Chief: A. W. MI~ILLER.
Administrative O~flicer: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief C'lerk: J. R. COHRAN.
Alssistant to Chief: D. S. BURCH.
Aniimal Husbandry Division2: E. W. SHEETS, chief.
Biochemric Divlision: RI. DORSET, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Divisionl of V'irus-Sjerumn Control: D. I. SK(IDMORE, chief.
Field Inlspect~ion DivisionL: G. W2. POPE, chief.
Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Packers antd Stockyards Divisioni: A. W'. MIlLLER, chief.
Pathological Division: HAnny. W. SCHOENING, chief.
Tick Eradication Division: R. A. R1a-AMBY, Ph~i ef.
Tulberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGcHT, chief.
Zoological Division: MAU RICE C. H ALL, Objef.
Experimlent Station: W. E. CorroN, superintendent.
Office of Accounls: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
O~tlice of Personnel: GEORGE R. BROWN, in charge.

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. .H. A. -ll. A. I. 29 E'GULATORY ANNO"l"l"W~~NTS 'BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY FEBRUARY, 1932 [This publicl}t!on is issued montbly(_for the dissem ination of inform a tion, instru c tion s , rulings, etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free dis t ribu t ion is limited to persons in the service of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officer whose duties make it desirable for them to have such informati o n , and journals especially con cerned. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to e a ch offic ial in charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who sh o ul d rromptly distribute c opie s t o member s of his force . A file should be kept at each station for reference.] CONTENTS Page Cha_ngesin directorY---~-;------------------------------------------------------15 Notices regardmg meat mspect10n ___________________________________ . ____ . _. ________ . _ ____ ___ . _ _ _ 1 6 Foreign meat-in s pection official s ______ _ ______________ _ .. ___ ________ .. __ •.. ___ . ___ _ _ _ ____ ._.____ 1 6 Oleo oil destined to Italy_______________________________________________________________________ 1 6 Inedible-product certifica tes in quadruplicate for C anada____ ________________ ________________ _ _ _ 17 Instruction concerning preparation of M. I. Form 101-A ( re v is ed ) report.______ _ _ ______________ 17 Animals slaughtered under Federal m e a t inspection, January , 1932 _ _ ________________ ____ ___________ 1 7 Causes of condemnations of c ar c asses, December, 1931_______________________ _ _ ____ _ ________________ 18 Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, January, 1932______ ________________ _ 18 Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, J anua r y , 1932____ _ _ _________ 19 ummary of bog-cholera control work, January, 1932_______________ ________________________________ 20 Anti-bog-choler a e rum and hog-c hol e ra virus produced under licens e , J a nu a r y , 1932___ __ __________ 20 Licenses issued for b i ological pro d ucts, J anuary , 1932____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____________ _ _ ____________________ 20 Licen ses terminated, Janua r y , l!J32 ..... ... _ . ........ . __ .. .. ___ . _____ . _ _________________ .. . . . . . . . . . . 21 Biological product s other tha n anti ho g -cholera s erum and h og-c holera virus pro d u ced b y lic en s ed establishments during 1931. ...... . ___ ... _ . . _____ . ___ ..... ___ _ .. __ .. _ ... __ .. ___ . _ .. _ •..... _ ..... __ 2 1 Proceedings under the packers and stockyards act, February, 1 9 32. -------------------------------23 Permitted disinfectants_____ _ _ ___________________________________________________________________ _ _ 2 3 Permitted dip for scabies of cattle and sheep.---------------------------------------------23 Permitted arsenical cattle dip ________________ _ _____________________________________________________ 23 Results of prosecutions for violations of Jaws__________________________ _ ____________________________ 24 New publications of the bureau__________________________ ________________ _ _ _ _ ______________________ 24 Organization of the Bure a u of A nimal Industry__ _ _____ _ ___________________________________________ 24 CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat Inspection Granted t210. Leonard Frank Co., 2408 Territorial Road, mail 1385 University Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. Meat Inspection Withdrawn 12-G. Kingan Provision Co., 624-634 West Thirt)-fifth Street, New York, N. Y. 49. Tingle Provision Co . , 516-518 Westchester Avenue, New York, N. Y. 164. Old Dominion Ham Co . , Greeneville, Tenn. 473. Gulf & Valley Cotton Oil Co. (Ltd.) , Gretna, La. 988. Union Butchers (Inc.) , 242 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, . Y . . Horse-Meat Inspection Withdrawn ;;, / E-76. Ranger Packing Co., Albia, Iowa. "' Meat Inspection Extended t 19-B. The Cudahy Packing Co., Newport, Minn., to t No sealed cars. 106607-32 ioneer Packiag Oo. 1 5

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16 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY {FebruaryChange in Name of Official Establishment 556. Walker's1A.ustex Chile Co., 310 San Antonio Street, Austin, Tex., and Walker Properties Association, instead of Walker Properties Association. 946. Capitol Kosher Sausage & Provision Co. (Inc.), 901 First Street SE., Washington, D. C., instead of Capital Kosher Sausage Co. (Inc.). Change in Number of Official Establishment 59-B. A. Aron (Inc.), 335 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., instead of 390. Change of Mail Address of Official in Charge Dr. W. D. Wright, care The American Packing & Provision Co. (office 312 Federal Building), Ogden, Utah, instead of 312 Federal Building. Dr. C. D. Ashmore, 223 Livestock Exchange Building,i..Los Angeles, Calif., instead of 233 Livestock Exchange Building. Station Discontinued McNeill, Miss., investigations concerning roundworms of sheep. Substations Discontinued Albia, Iowa, horse-meat inspection, under Ottumwa, Iowa. Greeneville, Tenn., meat inspection, under Morristown, Tenn. Gretna, La., meat inspection, under New Orleans, La. Remove from Address List Charles W. Curtice, McN eill, Miss. NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALS Name and specimen signature of a foreign official who has been authorized by his national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certificates for meats and meat food products exported to the United States: Country and name Signature IRISH FREE STATE Wm. J. Foley _______ _ Name Removed from List Name of a foreign official whose authority to sign and issue foreign meatinspection certificates for meats and meat food products exported to the United States has been revoked by his national government. Irish Free State: William L. Smyth. OLEO OIL DESTINED TO ITALY The bureau has been officially informed that, under the provision of Italian law, oleo oil offered for importation into Italy is required to contain 5 per cent of sesame oil. Accordingly, in the future, inspectors in charge are directed to see that exactly 5 per cent of sesame oil is added to oleo oil destined to Italy, and that the statement "Oleo oil to which exactly 5 per cent of sesame oil has been added" appears in the margin of the export certificate issued for the product.

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1932) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 17 INEDIBLE-PRODUCT CERTIFICATES IN QUADRUPLICATE FOR CANADA The bureau has been officially informed that unde r the Canadian meatinspection regulations inedible products exported from the United States to Canada are required to be accompanied by inedible-product certificates in triplicate. Accordingly, in the future, inspectors will i ssue the regular inedibleproduct certificate and a quadruplicate copy thereof on a bureau letterhead for inedible products destined to Canada. INSTRUCTION CONCERNING PREPARATION OF M. I. FORM 101-A (REVISED) REPORT The instruction contained in the la t sentence of the note on the lower margin of M . I. Form 101-A (rev ised ) report, Semimonthly Summary of Daily Time Report of Employees, relative to showing on the second line the number of actual (net) hours worked, i s hereby revoked. The report shall continue to show on the first line the employee's name, title, and the beginning and ending of hours of work. ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, JANUARY, 1932 Station Baltimore ________________________________ _ Buffalo ___________________________________ _ g~~gr:~ati~==== == == ==== === == = = = ==== = = = = = = == Cleveland ________________________________ _ Denver ___________________________________ _ Detroit ___________________________________ _ Fort Worth _______________________________ _ Indianapolis ______________________________ _ Kansas City ______________________________ _ Los Angeles ______________________________ _ Milwaukee _______________________________ _ Nationa l Stock Yards ____________________ _ New York ________________________________ _ Omaha ___________________________________ _ Philadelphia ______________________________ _ 8t. Louis _________________________________ _ Sioux City ________________________________ _ South St. Joseph _________________________ _ South St. PauL __________________________ _ Wichita __________________________________ _ All other stations _________________________ _ Tota l : ., January, 1932 ___________________ _ January, 193L __________________ _ 7 months ended-January, 1932 _______________ _ January, 1931_ ______________ _ New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and Newark 1 _____________________ _ Cattle 5,997 5,717 114, 799 12,409 3,760 6,815 6,442 22,435 9,488 60,839 10,142 14,381 25,314 28,056 71,671 5,468 11,242 31,393 26,086 38,694 6,094 135,914 653,156 650,911 4,855,103 4,953,531 35,065 Calves 1,326 1,560 30,827 5 ,466 3,405 1,42 8 5,482 13,692 3,075 1 5 ,962 2,574 48,424 6,712 47,553 6,337 7,180 5,712 4,07 8 4,049 56,597 1,663 73,972 347,074 379,246 2,603 ,593 2,851,457 54,314 Sheep and lambs 1 ,963 6,594 293,000 9,829 15,369 20,390 12,209 58,835 5,445 170,311 38, 2,51 5,892 29,128 291,720 191, 713 21,387 6,156 62,589 99,677 79,798 7,174 251, 141 1,678,571 1,425, 575 11,323,033 10,300,494 353,066 Goats 1 309 2 22 2 4 8 1 497 846 434 5,362 7,069 2 Swine 62,982 74,418 748,459 82,86 0 44,543 45,943 72,617 24,657 131,674 292,908 34,282 114,044 138,58 8 80,091 316,225 93,189 146,352 248,946 95,293 279,248 44,412 1 ,855,109 5,026,840 5, 36i, 989 26,624,187 26,207,988 236,145 1 The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and "All other stations" and are combined here to show total in the g reater New York district. Horses slaughtered: January, 1932____________________________________________ ________________________ 5,571 January, 1931_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ ___ _ __ __ _ _ 11, 550 7 months ended-January, 1932 ________________________________________________________________ 76,994 January, 1031 ________________________________________________________________ 100 ,131 The following report of inspections of lard, compound and other substitutes, and sausage, and of causes of cpndemnations of carcasses is supplementary to the report of Animals Slaughtered Under Federal Meat Inspection, released February 5, 1932. Inspections of lard at all establishments, 170,368,65 1 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 30,799,766 inspection pounds; sausage, 44,968,957 inspection pounds. Corresponding inspections for January, 1931: Lard, 196,236,137 in pection pounds; compound and other ,;ubstitutes, 39,287,467 inspection pounds; sausage, 52,42 1,490 inspection pounds. (These totals of inspection pounds do not r epresent actual production, as the same product may have been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)

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18 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, DECEMBER, 1931 Sh ee p Ca us e Cattle C alves and Swine Jambs E m aciation __ ----------------------------------479 138 238 48 Hog c hol e ra____________ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____________________ _ _ ______ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2, 194 Inflamma t o r y di seases_ _ ___________________ ____ _ _____ _ _ ______ _ _ 1,203 235 684 4,483 Immaturity _____________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ ______ _ _ _ ________________ . _ __ __ _ _ __ 348 ___________________ _ Tube r c ulo s is________ _ _ _ __________ _____________ _ _ ____ _ _ _____ _ ___ 2, 939 57 __ __ ___ _ __ 3, 723 Other ca u ses._______ ___________ _ _________________ _ _________ ____ 1,372 158 566 4,686 Total _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _____ _ ____________ _ _____ _ 5 , 993 936 1,488 15,134 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS, JANUARY, 1932 The s tatem e nts following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry, during January, 1932, with figure s for other periods for comparison. Imporf.s of food animals Country of ex p ort Cattle Swin e She e p M e x ico __________ _ _ _______ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __________________ _ __________ _ _ Oana d a ____ _ _______ _ _ _ _ _ _ _________________ _________________ ___ _ V ir gin I s l ands (to P or to Ri c o ) ___ _____ _____ _ _ _ _________________ _ Tota l : 6,428 1,571 88 J anuary, 19 3 2 ______________ _ ________ _ _______ __________ 8 , 087 J a nu a r y , J93L _______ ______ _ _ _ _ _ _______ -------------6 , 2 3 1 7 mo n t h s ende d -21 2.1 4 7 172 172 180 Janua r y, 1932 ______ . _. ______ ••••••• _____ • _ • • _. ___ 51, 6 1 5 January, 193L_ ____ _____________________________ _ 41,840 1,062 2 5 8 1,859 2 ,548 Imported meats and meat food products Fre sh and refrig e r ated Other Cure d and Country o f expor t canoe d meat Beef Othe r products Po u nds Po u nds Pounds Pounds Arg entina ... . _ . . _ _ _ . _ _____ ... . __ ___ ______ _ --------------------315 , 187 63, 634 A ustr alia . _____ ... ___ ._. ______ ... _ _ . _ ______ --------------------------8,263 Bra zil ____ _ _ _ _________ _ _ ________ ___ _ ____ _ _ _ ------------------233,923 ----------Can a d a _ _ .. _ . . _ _ _ _ _ ____ .. __ . __ ._ ._ . . ____ . __ 30 , 9 5 0 100,001 258,610 31, 655 New Z ea l and_ . . _____ . . . _ _ . _ _ _ -..... _ -5,078 203 -------------2,6 9 8 P a r a guay . . _______ . _ _ _ . _ _ _ . _____ _ _ . _____ _ _ _ -------------------77,213 -----U ruguay _______ _ _ _ . _________ ____ ___ ___ . ___ ----------------1 , 114-, 773 ---------Oth er coun trie s _____ _ _ _ _________ _ _ _ _ ______ _ -------------------40 , 90 5 92,312 Total : J an u a r y , 1 9 3 2 ____________ ________ ~6,028 100 , 204 2,040,611 198 , 562 Janua r y , 1931.. ______ ___ _ _ ____ ___ 308,088 7 8, 653 1 , 444, 712 430,404 7 m onths ended-J anua r y , 1932 .• __ • • __________ 355,488 641,904 1 5,330,676 2 , 785,875 J anuary, 1931. . ___ _ . _ _ _______ 1 , 7 47 , 264 744,158 1 5,708,069 J,258,528 C ondemned in J anuary, 1 932: B eef, 1 , 077 pounds ; pork, 9 pounds; total , 1, 0 86 pounds . R efus e d entry: B e e f , 1 8, 120 pounds ; po rk, 1 ,974 pound s; total, 20,094 pound s . Goats 1 1 2 49 111 Total weight Pounds 37 8, 821 8 , 263 233,923 421,216 7,979 77,213 1 , 114, 773 133,217 2,375 , 405 2 , 261,857 19 , 113,943 2 1 , 458,019

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1932] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 19 SUMMARY O F T UBERCU LOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATIO N WITH STA TES, JANUARY, 1932 ---------------------------,-------T u berculin tests during month Total to date State o r ---~--1-------,----1 TerriOnceAcHerds Inspector io charge ory Herds Cattle Oattestedcred-unde r or lots tested tie refree ited superacted herds herds vision State ollicial ---11-------1---1-----------------------Ala ____ _ Ariz ____ _ Ark ____ _ Calif__ __ Co l o ___ _ Conn __ _ DeL ___ _ D. C ___ _ Fla _____ _ Ga _____ _ Idaho __ _ Ill ______ _ Ind ____ _ 2,719 14,502 40 1, 113 1,223 9,211 726 24,090 12 511 687 8, 741 348 4,402 0 0 1, 285 12, 491 1,406 4, 739 660 10,900 8,812 112,066 639 10, 295 29 44 1 1,650 6 461 98 0 34 5 27 1,389 35 56,657 8,769 . 21, 758 10,537 23 3,659 4,918 43 5,243 89,230 46,258 79,674 182,541 317 46 11 127 63 4,493 1,783 2 93 32 46 5,673 3,170 59,244 R. E. Jackson ____ _ 8,674 F. L . c hneider_ _ _ 21,770 W. A. McDonald_ 11,249 W. E. Howe _____ _ 109 J. 0. Wilson _____ _ 8,824 R. L. Smith ______ _ 7,154 E. B. Simon
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20 BUREAU O F ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Februa r y SUMMARY OF H O G CHOLE R A C O N TRO L W ORK, JA N UARY, 1932 In emo nstrations Bureau I vet~ri MeetP_rem1 nanans . d 1ses A u top sies Far ms Far m s quar an c l ea n ed Out b r eaks re p o r t ed t o b u rea u veteri nar ians State engaged mgs a investi-in dressed gated NumHogs p~r tined a n d o r d isinI work 1 ber treated f ormed carded fected I --------------,------------,----------1 Alabama ____________________ 1 1 California ___________________ , .1 Colorado ____________________ 1 .15 Florida______________________ 1 Georgia ______________________ , 1.33 Idaho________________________ . 33 Illinois______________________ 3 Indiana______________________ 2 Iowa________________________ 1. 5 Kansas______________________ 1 2 5 6 7 Ken~~cky _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ __ __ _ ___ _ _ 2 1 ______ _ Lows1ana____________________ 1 _______ _ Maryland___________________ 2 7 M\ssissippL___ _____________ 1. 03 _______ _ Missouri_____________________ 1 1 Montana_________ ___________ . 03 Nebra.~ka_____ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ . 5 North Carolina______ ________ 1 Ohio_________________________ 1 Oklahoma___________________ 1. 5 South Carolina ______________ 1 South Dakota_______________ . 5 Tennessee___________________ 1 Texas ________________________ • l Washington _________________ } 1 Oregon _____________________ _ Wisconsin___________________ 1 9 2 10 80 4 6 95 67 50 190 94 41 117 169 31 175 79 50 2 13 42 43 82 36 8 61 52 8 49 1 -------------1 ----------------4 ---------------6 ----------------6 ------------------------55 1,012 2 -------------6 2 72 ------------------------5 ----------------71 --------28 30 ----------------26 ----------------7 ----------------27 ----------------18 --------------------------------------l ----------------1 2 --------1 11 1 15 2 ----------------5 1 3 17 ----------------28 -----~~-----~=~-I ________ ------~-i ----------------1 ---------------------------------------10 ----------------2 6 418 1 4 --------------1 1 133 15 ----------------20 ----------------11 4 --------4 28 386 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 ----------------13 ----------------------1 2 3 4 --------11 ----------------------1 --------1 4 11 ---------------6 ----------------2 24 --------------7 5 8 TotaL _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 27. 97 49 1,622 146 2,502 260 14 32 186 1 Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to work. NOTE.-No work reported from States not listed. ANTI-HOG-CHOL ERA SERUM A N D HOGCHOLERA V I RUS PRODUCE D UNDER LICENSES, J A NUARY, 19 3 2 Clear serum HyperimSimu l taneous HyperimTotal serum completed mune blood virus muniz i ng c l eared viru s C . c . C. c. C. c. c. c . c. c. January, 1932 ___________________ _ 97,018,334 86,160,765 100,677,379 1, 667, 3 4 21,234,049 January, 193L ___________________ 58, 119, 253 49,090,482 58,625,541 2,153,222 13,408,064 7 months ended: Jll;nuary, 1932 ________________ 619,200,941 532,735,595 639,425,638 38,663,28 125,021,001 January, 193L _______________ 506, 966, 977 416,334,270 490,283,580 33,141,430 95,133,024 LICENSES ISSUED FO R BIOLOGICA L PRODUCTS, J AN U ARY, 1 9 3 2 License No. 6-A was issued January 14, 1932, to P itman-Moore Co., Division of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), near Zionsville, Ind. (mailing address: 1 220 Madison Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind.) , for: Antimastiti s serum (bovine); antiswineerysipelas serum. License No. 9 was issued January 25, 1932, to the Lederle Laboratories (Inc.), Middletown Road, Pearl River, N. Y., for : Hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine (killed organisms) . License No. 69 was isrned January 9, 1932, to the Southern Serum Co., Old Springfield Road, West Plains, Mo., for: Anti-hogcholera serum; hog-cholera virus. License No. 107 was issued January 15, 1932, to The Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Twenty-first and Penn Streets, Kansas City, Mo., and Eleventh Street and Douglas Avenue, Kansas City, Kans., for: Anthrax aggressin; anthrax spore vaccine; antiabortion serum (bovine); antianthrax serum; antiblackleg

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1932) ERVICE AND REGUL. TORY A OU CEME TS 21 seru1 ; anti alf-cour erum; anticanine-distemper serum (homologous); antienteritis rum (feline); antienteritis erum (swine); antiequine-influenza bacterin (mixed); antihemorrhagic-septicemia serum; anti-hog-cholera serum; antiinfluenza erum (equine); antimastitis serum (bovine); antimixed-inf ction serum (avian); antimixed-infection serum (canine) ; antinavel-ill serum (equine); antiswine-erysipelas erum; autogenou bacterin; avian tuberculin; aviscpticussanguinarium bacterin; blackleg ag ressin; blackleg bacterin; botulinus antitoxin; bovine-abortion bacterin; bovine-abortion bacterin (mixed); bovine-abortion vaccine; canine-distemper antigen; canine-distemper vaccine; canine-distemper virus; enteriti mixed bactei:in (swine); equine-abortion bacterin; fowl-typhoid bacterin; fowl-pox vaccine; hemorrhagic-epticemia aggressin; hemorrhagic-epticemia bacterin; hog-cholera virus; infectious-rhinitis mixed bacterin ( wine); johnin; keratitis mixed bacterin (bovine) ; mallein; mastitis mixed bact rin (bovine); metritis mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (avian); mixed bacterin (bo , ine); mixed bacterin (canine; ) mixed bacterin (cat); mixed bacterin (ov ine) i mixed bacterin (rabbits); mixed bacterin (swine); navel-ill mixed bacterin (equineJ; normal bovine serum; normal hor e serum; pneumonia mixed l acterm (bovine); pneumonia mixed bacterin (swine); polyvalent mixed bacterin (equine); pullorin; rabies vaccine; streptococcus bacterin (equine); streptococcus mastitis bacterin (bovine); swine-abortion bacterin (mixed); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin; white-cour mixed bacterin (bov ine ). License No. 124 was issued January 21, 1932, to the Anchor erum Co., South of Stock Yards, South St. Joseph, Mo. (mailing address: Livestock Exchange Building) , for: Blackleg bacterin. • LICENSES TERMINATED, JANUARY, 1932 License No. 6-A, issued November 23, 1931, to the Pitman-Moore Co., Divi ion of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), near Zionsville, Ind., was terminated January 14 , 1932, because of change of name of antierysipelas serum (swine) to antiswineerysipelas serum. License No. 107, issued Ma 23, 1931, to The Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Twenty-first and Penn Streets, Kansas City, Mo., and Eleventh Street and Douglas Avenue, Kansas City, Kans. , was terminated January 15, 1932, because of the discontinuance of production of bronchisepticus-streptococcus bacterin (canine) and polyvalent mixed bacterin (canine). BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, OTHER THAN ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS, PRODUCED BY LICENSED ESTABLISH-MENTS DURING CALENDAR YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931 Aggressins Anthrax aggressin ( tis ue exudate) _____ _____ ___ _ Blackleg aggressin (ti sue exudate) _____________ _ Blackleg filtrate (cultural aggr essin ) ____________ _ Hemorrhagic septicemia aggress in (tissue exudate)_ Doses 264,835 5 ,549,056 461, 786 2,289,035 Total _______ ____ _________________________ 56~ 712 Antisera and Sera Units Botulinu antitoxin _______________ ____ _______ ____ 125, 003 , 000 Tetanu antitoxin ______________ _ ________________ 454 495 315 579 , 498 , 315 Abortion serum (boYine) ____________________________________ _ Anaerobic antitoxin __________________________ ________ ______ _ Anthrax serum __________________________ ______ _____________ _ Blackleg serum ___________________ _ ________________________ _ Di temper erum (canine) _____________________ ________ _____ _ _ Di temper, influenza, and pneumonia serum (equine) ___________ _ Erysipela serum (porcine) _________ _________________________ _ Do s es 3,015 60 690 2 9 17 57 173,310 16,791 40,900

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22 BUREAU OF ANIMAL I DUSTRY Hemorrhagic-septicemia serum _______________________________ _ Mastitis serum (bovine) _____________________________________ _ Mixed-infection serum (avian) ____________________ _ __________ _ Mixed-infection serum ( canine) ______________________________ _ Mixed-infection serum (porcine) ________________________ ___ __ _ Navel-ill serum (equine) ____________________________________ _ Normal serum ____________________________________________ _ _ Scours serum (bovine) ______________________________________ _ .Scours serum (porcine) ______________________________________ _ Total _______________________________________________ _ Bacterins Abortion bacterin (bovine) __________ ____________ __ __________ _ Abortion bacterin (equine) __________________________________ _ Abortion bac terin (porcine) __________________________________ _ Autogenous bacterin ________________________________________ _ Bacillus colon bacterin ______________________________________ _ Blackleg bacterin __________________________________________ _ Cholera-typhoid bacterin (avian) __________ _____ _______ _____ _ _ _ Distemper bacterin (feline) _________________________ _ _ _______ _ Distemper, influenza, and pneumonia bacterin (equine) _________ _ Hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin _____________________________ _ Kera ti tis bacterin (bovine) __________________________________ _ Mastitis bacterin (bovine) ___________________________________ _ Metritis bacterin (bovine) ___________________________________ _ Mixed bacterin (avian) _____________________________________ _ Mixed bacterin (bovine) ___________________________ _________ _ Mixed bacterin (canine) _____________________________________ _ Mixed bacterin (equine) _________________ :.. _ _________________ _ Mixed bacterin (fe line ) _____________________________________ _ Mixed bacterin (lepine) _____________________________________ _ Mixed bacterin ( ovine) _____________________________________ _ Mixed bacterin (porcine) ____________________________________ _ Navel-ill bacterin ( eq nine) __________________________________ _ Plague bacterin (porcine) ___________________________________ _ Pulmonary bacterin (bovine) ________________________________ _ Pulmonary bacterin (porcine) _______ ________ ________________ _ _ Rhinitis bacterin (porcine) __________________________________ _ Roup bacterin _________________________ ____________________ _ Scours bacterin (bovine) ____________________________________ _ Scours bacterin (porcine) ____________________________________ _ Staphylococcus bacterin ____ _________________________________ _ Streptococcus bacterin ______________________________________ _ Total _________________________ ______ ________ _ _______ _ Vaccines and Viruses _Abortion vaccine (bovine) ____________ _________ ______________ _ Anthrax vaccine _________________ ____________ ______________ _ Blackleg vaccine ___________________________________________ _ Distemper antigen (canine) __________________________________ _ Distemper vaccine ( canine) ___________ _________ ________ ______ _ Distemper virus (canine) _____________ _____ _ _ _ _ ____________ _ _ _ Erysipelas vaccine (swine) (for export only) ___________________ _ Pox vaccine (fowl) _________________________________________ _ _Rabies vaccine ___ ___________ _ ___________________ ___________ _ Total ______________________ _______ ______ ______ ______ _ [February Doses 98,483 2,074 17, 300 42,867 4,000 460 31,705 32,504 2,720 1 , 175, 135 99,050 1,695 21, 435 93,625 2,490 2, 893, 751 368,288 2,500 167 , 729 2,858,033 127,537 377, 159 51, 811 -! 128, 471 350, 519 345,384 62, 791 1. 212 35,955 58,087 906,314 31, 573 3,550 102 640 57,360 5,660 82, 572 133, 2-!1 149, 57-! 11, 902 3,777 13,535,685 63, 6.,7 1 , 432, 111 2,019,735 21, 542 2-!. 666 12, 331 34,835 5,595,014 324,803 9,528,734

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1932) ERYI E AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Diagnostic Agents Dos e s Tuberculin (intraclermic) _ _ _____ _ ____ _ ____ _ ____ ____ _ 2 , 303, 290 155, 740 42,695 Tuberculin (ophthalmic) _____ _____ _ _____ _ _________ _ Tuberculin (subcutaneou ) _______ ________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Total ___ _ _ ____ _ ____ _____ _ ____ _ _ ____________________ _ _ Tuberculin (avian) ____________ _____ _ ______ ____ _____________ _ Mallein (intradermi c ) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ 2 , 8 10 Mallein (ophthalmic)_ _____________________________ 53,897 Mallein (subcutaneous)_____ _ _ _____________ _ _______ 1, 345 Total _ ______ _________ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ ___ _____ ______ _ _ _ ___ _ Johnin ________ _____________ _ _ _ _ _ ____ _ ________________ _ _ ___ _ Pullorin _____________ _ _ _____ _ ____________ _ ____ _ ______ ___ ___ _ Total ______________ _____ _ _______ _______ __________ _ _ _ _ Grand total: Doses _______ ______ ________________ ____ ________ ____ ____ _ Units _________________________________________________ _ 23 Doses 2, 501 , 725208,820 58 ,052 1 , 365 1 ,778,700 4,548,662 37,352,928 579,498,315 PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT, FEBRUARY, 1932 Docket No . 373.-In r e Percy J. Lake v . C. Driver & Co. and the Union Stock Yards, Baltimore, Md. Complaint was filed by Percy J. Lake, of Warrenton, Va.r on or about December 29, 1931, against C. Driver & Co., and the Union Stock Yards, Baltimo r e, Md., seeking reparation in the amount of $51.35 for alleged failure to receive payment for one steer out of a lot of five steers consigned to C. Driver & Co., for, sale on a commi ss ion basis. Service o f this complaint was made upon C. Driver & Co. and the Union Stock Yards, Baltimo r e, Md., by letter dated Decembe r 31 , 1931. It now appears that settlement to P ercy J. Lake has been made in full; therefore, on February 12, 1932, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture dismissed the proceedings. PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS The bureau has granted permission for the use of the fo llowing saponified cresol solutions, di13tributed by the firms indicated, in official disinfection, as required by B . A . I. Orde r 309: "Germ-0-Sol," American Lanolin Corp., Lawrence, Mass.; "Massachusetts Farm Bureau Stable Disinfectant," Massachusetts Farm Bureau, 657 Main Street, Waltham, Mass.; and "Stanico Disinfectant," Stanico Chemical Co., Providence, R . I. PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP The D e voe & Raynolds Co. (Inc.), 1 West Forty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y., has been granted permission by the department to distribute "Kilscab" under the name o f " Devoe & Raynolds Dry Lime Sulphur" for use in the official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabies. Dilutions permitted: For cattle, 32 pounds of the dry lime-sulphur to 100 gallons of water; for sheep, 24 pounds of the dry lime su lphur to 100 gallons o f water. PERMITTED ARSENICAL CATTLE DIP Th~ bureau has granted permission for the use of "Selig's Arsenical Cattle Dip," manufactured by The Selig Co., 336-350 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Ga., in the official dipping of cattle for ticks. The dilution for dipping cattle for interstate movement is 1 gallon of dip to not more than 127 gallons of water. This will y ield a solution containing not l e ss than 0.22 per cent actual arsenious. oxide

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24 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [February, 1932} RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: Twenty-eight-Hour Law Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. (two cases), $200 penalties. St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (three cases), $300 penalties. Livestock Quarantine Law Chicago & North Western Railway Co., interstate movement of infectious car from Illinois to Wisconsin, $100 fine. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., interstate transportation of one dead hog in same car with live animals, $100 fine. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., interstate movement of an infectious car from Burr Oak, Ill., to Millerton, Iowa, and from Buckeye, Iowa, to Chicago, Ill., $200 fine. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., interstate movement of an infectious car from Burr Oak, Ill., to Rowley, Iowa, and from Iowa Falls, Iowa, to Chicago, Ill., $200 fine. NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bureau keeps no m a iling list for sending publications to individual employees but sends copies to officers in c harg e of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies . So far as possible additional copies will be furnish e d on request.] Farmers' Bulletin No. 1330 (revised). Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of Sheep. By Maurice C. Hall, Zoological Division. Pp. 46, figs . 34. Farmers' Bulletin No. 1057 (revised). Cattle-Fever Ticks and Methods of Control and Eradication: By W . P. Ellenberger (deceased), Field Inspection Division, and Robert M. Chapin, Biochemic Division. Pp. 28, figs . 9. Technical Bulletin No. 279. Correlation of H"ereditary and Other Factors Affecting Growth on Guinea Pigs. By Orson N. Eaton, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 36, figs. 15 . Amendment 7 to B. A. I. Orde r 331. D eclaring names of counties placed in modified accredited area for tuberculosis. Effective February 1, 1932. P. 1 (mimeographed). Map showing quarantine for tick fever of cattle. December 1, 1931. 12 by 24 inches. (Two colors. ) Index to Service and Regulatory Announcements, January-December, 1931. Pp. 3. ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER. Associate Chief: U. G. HoucK. Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER. Administrative Officer: CHARLES C. CARROLL. Chief Clerk: J . R. COHRAN. Assistant to Chief: D. S. BURCH. Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief. Biochemic Division: M. DORSET, chief. Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. Field Inspe ction Division: G. W. POPE, chief. Meat Inspection Division: R. P . STEDDOM, chief. Packers and Stockyards Div ision: A. W. MILLER, chief. Pathological Division: HARRY W. SCHOENING, chief. Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief. Tuberculosis Eradication Division : A. E. WIGHT, chief. Zoological Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief. Experiment Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent. Offic e of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge. Office of Personnel: GEORGE R. BROWN, in charge. U, S . GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1932 For s::ile by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. -Price 5 cents Subscription price, 26 cents ver year

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