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SERVICE AND REGULATORY

BUREAU OF ANIMAL
MARCH,. 1930


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A; R`.-B. A. "~~~i5


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United States Departmej


[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of informat ionson rulings, etc.,
concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the
service of the bureau, etstblishment at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public offcers
whose duties make it desirable for them ro have such information, and journals espeezally concerned.
Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
Office, Washington, D. O., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official in
charge of a station or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of
his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]


CONTENTS
Page
Changes in directr........ .....................-.-.,.~- .-....... -.......... 1
Notice regarding meat inspection ................................................. 20
SInspection legend on cellophane wrappers..................... -..................... 20
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, February, 1930.................... ..... 20
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, February, 10.. .. 21
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, January, 1930..-............................ ....... .. 21
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products.................. .............. 21
Foreign meat-inspection official...---........................ .... ~.~..........,.. 22
Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, Febrmlyj O ... 22
Summary of hog-ebolera-control work, February, 1930..................--C- ...<. ... ... 23
Anti-hog-cholers serum and bog-cholera virus produced under licenses...~-, .. za.:,....~___ ... 23
Licenses issued for biological products in February, 1930..... ........ .
Licenses terminated in February, 1930---.............~ _. Proceedings under the packers and stock yards act...... .g...L .... ...,**.....
Designated as public stockyards_ -~--.-----------------w---------- -----4----_-t_---- ..
Permitted disinfectants....................L.. ..(.,L_..A..... ..- A~- 26
Regulations governing overtime on meat inspection...... ..... i%,............. ... 26
\ Res ublictoso h ueuets of prosecutions for violations of leas. ....... .... ......4.~i.... .....gi..... 26
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry....... ..r .n.... 28


CHANGES IN DIREC RY
Meat Inspection Granted
294. Joseph 8. Stein & Co., 705 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
*492. Morgan Packing Co., P. O. box 254, Tusealoosa, Ala.
*645. The Provision Co. (Inc.), Glade Road, mail, P. O. box 1104, Columbus, Ca.
Meat Inspection Withdrawrn
704. Jacob Batt, 307 Callow~hill Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
920. First National Stores (Inc.), Boston, Mass.
Meat Inspection Ez tended
2-N. Armour & Co., Lousiville, Ky., to include the North American Provision
Co. and M~orris & Co.
3--B. Swift & Co., Omaha, NIebr., to include Iowa Packing Co.
Change in Name of O~lcial Establishment
13. Pineus & Batt (Inc.), 233 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of
Jacob Batt.
628. Howard W. Rose, 8-10 Wilson Street, Trenton, N. J., instead of W. W'.
Rose, 175 Pennington Av~enue.
651. Bushwick Pork Packing Co. (Inc.), Brooklyn, N. Y., instead of Bushw~ick
Park Packing Co.
1019. Pincus & Batt (Inc.), 218-220 Callowrhill Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead
of ~Louis Pincus (Inc.).
Change in Addrese of Ofleial Establishment
348. Daniel Strecker (Ine.), 3451-53 Frank~ford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.,
instead of 3449 Frankford Avenue.


*Conducts slaghtering.
106572--30





I


20


New stations
Columbus, Ga., meat inspection; Dr. D. B. Strickler, in charge, P. O. boxt 1104
(office, The Provision Co. (Inc.)).
Tuscailoosa, Ala., meat inspection; Dr. C. H. Horeher, in charge, P. O. box 254
(office, Morgan Packing Co.).
Change in Addroes of In~spector in Charge
Dr. H. B. Leonard, nineteenth floor, State Office Building, Albany, N. Y.,
instead of 112 State Street.
Dr. C. F. Palmer, 305 Federal Building, Houston, Tex., instead of 300 Federal
Building.
Dr. J. B. Reidy, 620 South office Building, Harrisburg, Pa., instead of 2L3
South Office Building.

NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
INSPECTION LEGEND ON OELLOPH[ANE WRAPPERS

It has been observed that the inspection legend on cellophane wrappers applied
direct to meat and products, is often partially or entirely obscured owing to the
fact that the products do not afford a uniform and contrasting background.
Accordingly, on all new supplies of such wrappers the inspection legend should
be printed on an opaque background of a uniform color in sharp contrast to that of
the legend, and with letters of such size and style as to give this feature th2h
prominence prescribed in the regulation. This does not apply to plain cellophane
wrappers bearing no printed features.
The continued use of approved wrappers which do not conform to these require-
menlts is authorized pending submission of information with respect to the
qulantity on hand andi the length of time estimated to exhaust the supplies.
This information should be furnished the Washington office within 15 days
foUon ing the receipt of these announcements, and should include the approval
numbers and descriptions of the labeling.


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN FEBRUARY, 1930, UNDER FEDERAL
MEAT INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTS


Cattle Calves Sheep

5, 209. 59; 226
6, 807 1, 743 4, 838
97, 401 40,405 213,885
10, 420 5, 737 3, 394
5, 632 3,7185 8, 597
6, 034 1, 683 20,334
5,005 6, 196 6,556
18, 033 11, 463 14, 427
5,512, 514 3, 928 4, 648
52,452 3,005 131,866
12, 121 43, 625 3,412
201,430 4,816 21,178
2413 45, 4&1 191, 508
63, 350 4, 975 167, 398
4, 531 5, 665 10,291
9,676 5,812 3,341
25,917 1,734 77,634
19, 543 5, 285 114, 383
35, 189 57,446 37,445
5, 611 2, 121 10, 426
116, 023 63, 003 141, 562
561, 211 320,408! 1,187,349
568, 622 311, 181 953, 226
5, 687, 020 2, 871, 919i 9, 807, 668
5, 677, 589 2, 886, 2581 9, 333, 988

34, 254 51,047/ 231, 236


Station I

Baltimore.....~.......... ~~..~.............
Buffao..........~.~.~-.~~...~..............
Chicago_....~............~~~.~.............
Cincinnati~.........~~..~...~~.~............
Cleveland.._.....~...~~~.~-.................
Denver...~............~.........~..........
Detroit.. .........~....~.~.~~~.~.-~.~.........
Fort W'ort h ........~._.............._ _. ._..
Indianapolis..........~....~...~......~.....
Kiansas C ity....... ......_.........._ ..._...
lblilwfaukee...~ .....~.~..............~.........
National slockL yards....~................~...
Newf York................~.........~...~... ..
Omaba.~...................................
Philadelphia..~.......~.....................
St. Louls............~ ~..~~.~...~........... ~
Siolu City.. . .
South St. Joseph.. ... ... .... .
Siout h St. Paul. .............~...~... .... ....
Wichita..~.........~~.....-...............
All ot her establishments. ...... ......~.... ...
Total: February,.1930~......................-
February, 1929-..........~~.~.........
8? months ended February, 1930.......
8 mont bs ended February, ]1929.......
Newf York;, Brooklyn, Jersey City and Newf-
ark __________________________________.....


Goats









1



585
. .
23,7


Swine

60,840
63, 015
583,5616
78, 382
40, 500
60,000
81, 727
37, 811
117,7150
204, 989
101,228
95, 521
107, 211
260, 817
68, 645
125,887
J60,524
91, 500
253,002
47, 885
1, 376, 190
4, 034, 138
4, 477, 633
32,304, 674
32, 203, 604

214, 181


I The slaughter figures for this group of cities are included mn the figures above for "New York" and "All
other establishments" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New Y'orkr district.
Horses slaughtered in February, 1930.. ~.- ~~..~..~.................... ................. 6,1)10
Horses slaughtered in February, 1929.-......~... ~~~.........~~~~-...................~__....... 4,2218
8 months ended February, 1930.~...~.... .~~.........~.~~.~....~.~.........~-.~..-~-.......... 100, 365
8 months ended February, 1929~~~~..~..-.~..~.~..........................~...... 88, 200
Inspections of lard at all establishmen ts, 161,254,836 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,
"09,1;,900 inspection pounds; sausage, 55.522,990 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 12,716,127 inspection
p~ounds.
Corresponding inspections for February, 1929: Lard, 171,598,130 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 32,230,610 inspection pounds; sausage, 55,628,705 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 13,313,fi02
inspection pounds.
r 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.)


BUREAgLU OF ANIMAL~ INLDUTITRY


IMaA
























































Country of export



Canada................~..................~-....... ......
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)....~.~..........~..~.......

Total: February, 1930~-~..~...~....~~_....~.............

8 months ended February, 1930.......-..........
8 months ended February, 1920... ~.. ....~.......


19301


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Total8
slaughter


Station


T al Passed for
cooking


Con-
demned


I imports of food animals


__ _~_____


Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


18,744 i. .......~.. .......... ..! I
4.000I1 27 423
226 .. .. 12

22,979 27 42 16
15, "00 52 I; 77
267, 206 2 5'17 1 27, 105 244
322, 128 2, 581 17, 406 182


Norr.--To records of importations in November, 1920, there should be added 10 karakul sheep from
Cuba, receipt of reports covering importation of which were delay-ed.

Imlported meats and mleat food products


Fresh and refrigerated
-- Cured and
I cranned
Beef n thr


Other mea[
products



Pou nds
4, 018
9, 240

311, 106
34. 860
122, 657

481. 911
1, 000, 697

6, 517, 440

7, 697, 900


Total
weight



Pounds
2, 181, 704
35, 789
102, 186
1, 270.8413
717, 600
454,866

4. 62, 988
6, 522, 975

9J6, 544, 420

108, 938, 056


Countryv of export


U~iFL


Pounds Pounds
... .. ... 177 656
26, 499 ....... ..~... .
.~...~..-..... 102, 186
150, 509 502. 086


177. 0081 3, 514. 529
232, 311 4 486, 350

4, 828, 24 61, 114, 331

3 7'24, 670 52, 97, 200


Pou nds
Argentina._.......................~~....... ............
Australia~~_~...~....~.___................ 50
Brazi~...~..~...~~.~..~. ~~ __._............. .....
Canada.............................~~.~~~. 307, 142
Urrugu ay . .. . .
OtLher count ries...~ ...~... ~.. ............... 282 318

Total: February, 1930........ 559, 510
February, 1929........ 794, 617
months ended February,

8 months ended February,
1929.......~.................I 30, 537, 180


Condemned a February, 1930: Beef, 11,863 pounds; pork, 204 pounds; total, 12,067 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, 13,662 pounds; pork, 426 pounds; total, 141,088 pounds.


EXTENT OF TUIBEROULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MARKETS, FEBRUARY, 1930


Retained for tuberculosis


Cattle:
Chicago_-...... --~~.. ..~......... ... ...~.~......... 97, 401 4, 596 125 596
Kansas City_...~.....~~~~..~.~. .... .~~.~.......... 52, 452 206 6 23
Omaha....~..... .~.......~.....~..~~.~.............. 63, 350 7001 20 71
Swine: 99 6 Z
Chicago~_.~.~... ...~~. ~~................~ ~ .. .....~. 583, 516 8919682
Kansas City.~..~....~-.. .~......... ............ 20,99 1,321( 0
Omaha.~..................- ... ........... ......~~.. 260, 81 118, 61 12 913


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, JANUARY, 1930


Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swilne


Emaciation~...~-. .~.~-.................~.........~-.... 490 194 261 79
Hog abolera-.~~...~~--~.....~.... --...................... ............ ............ ~...~..~...... 1,284
Inflammtory diseases~.......... ......................) 1, 14 23 0 3 5
Im m at urity ,~-... . . .. .2 0 .. .. .
Tubercu lo sis -.......................................... 2, 270 19 .. .3, 76
All other causes. .~..~~.~.......... .....~.~............ .. 1, 100 166 622 4, 302

T otal....... ........... ........... ........... 4. 9-3 886 1, 489 12, 580


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS





FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL

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 and food meat products exported to the United States.


Country and name Slgnature


JAPAIN

Tauranu Doi.... .. -



SUIMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK: IN COOPERA.
TION WITH STATES, FEBRUARY, 1930


Tuberculin tests
during month


Herds Ct-
Cattle tle
Is tested re-
acted


51 3,30 1
414 4, 02 16
7 1, 31041 I 3
145 13, 281 55
479 4,016 46

1, 75 6, 40 16

5 2, 92 1
2, 74i 10, 3514
5-11 10, 276 15
8, 3 101,612,44


6, 4711 106, 0241 1, 409

3, 30935 3201 149
1, 188 10,4601 28
1051 2, 199) 130

38 6,46 58
I, 31 15 97 323

8011,224 1,389
5, 431 49, 064 244
6111 14,4141 215
4621 3,341 0
574' 9,261 104

305; 7,7861 30
2,406 37,344 238
8111,591 460 4
622 5,4351 549
365, 3, 148 57
4, 322, 61, 61:1 6, 161
1721 1,5691 0
1. 148 24. 1;6 131
8, 630 65, 011 1, 0:6

256 5516 5

53 5,441 19
2, 2861 27, 4571 2, 217
411 9021 147

1,0101 4,0381 I
306,9981 50
1,0:61 9,4751 12
1,5061 9,7951 23

1,9101 10,0451 56


Total to dal


Inspector in charge


State official





C. A. Cary, Auburn.
R. J. Hight, Phoenix.
J. H. Bus, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
Charles Johnson, Bartford.
O. A. Newton, Bridgeville.

J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee.
J. MI. Sutton, Atlanta.
A. J. Dickman, Boise.
D. W. Robison, Spring-
field.
Frank H. Brown, Indian-
apolis.
M. G. Thornburg, Des
M~oines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmorland.
Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
H. MI. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George, Balti-
more.
E. F. Richardson, Boston.
B. J. Killham, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
R. V. Refnel, Jackson.
H. A. Wilson, Jefferson
City.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
C. H. Hays, Lincoln.
Edward Records, Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. M~cheil, Trenton.
Mat Keenan,Albuquerque.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
W'illiam M~oore, Raleigh.
W. F. Crewe, Bismarek.
C. MlcCandless, Colum-
bus.
C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma
City.
W. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. Munce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
W. K. Lewfis, Columbia.
T. H. Rurb, Pierre.
J. Ml. Jones, Nashville.
N. F. W'illiams, Fort
Wort~h.
W. H. Bendricks, Balt
Lake City.


i


j/


Once-
tested-
free
herds


6, 39


7, 137

3, 531
4, 231

8, 091
39, 157
36, ;24
16, 122
1441, 11

120, 692

98, 667


2, 72

42, 891
15, 599

2, 6122
1 83, 009
101,721
95,195
78,42

32,514
75, 17
1,650
3,132
24.18
26. 38
256,6819
bi, 151
196, 232

2,20

19,469
115, 509 1


9,752


12,~25


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds ~

31

1

2, 96
2, 34


61
5, 56

23,120

2, 93









13
89 j

8, 661




362

26
91
120
14

24

77,110


State









Colo....
Conn. ..

D. C~....

Oa.~.....
Idabo~...



Iowa.-...

Kans....






Mass....

Minn.~..
M~iss....

Mlont.
Nebr....
Nev..
N. B_....
N. J.-..
N. M~ex.
N. Y....
N. Dak .
Obio....

Okla....

Greg....


8. C~....
6. Dakr..
Tenn...
Tex.....
Utah...


Herds
under
super-
vision


8, 96
8, 30
10, 52

2,05

6, 78
107
8, 934
39, 197
39, 05
165, 32

169, 58

195, 30


79, 141

2, 851

43,817
31 382
5,412
184, 665
112,435
lJ,223
62, 264

32,559
75,89 (

11,617
2,513
113, 467
256, 92A

204, 128

2, 539

19, 842
133, 32
713

G66,5
11,244
68,49


,I


R. E. Jackson.....
F. L. Schneider...
W. A. McDonald.
R. Sngder.........
W. E, Howe......
R. L.~ Smith~.__....
E. B. Simonds....
A9. E. Wight......
J. G. Fish.........
A. L. Hirleman...
W. A. Sullivan....
J. J. Lintner......

J. E. Gibson.-.....

J. A. Barger.......

N. L. Townsend-.



0. H. Caldwell._..
E. B. Simonds....

E. A. Crossman.
T. S. Rich........
W. J. Fretz.......
H. Robbins.~......
Ralph Grabam....
J. W. M~urdocb-...
A. H. Francis.....
L. C. Butterfield..
E. A4. Crossman...
W\. O. M~iddleton.
F. L. Schneider...
H. B. Leonard .~..
Wl. C. Dendinger .
H. H. Cohenour..
A. 3. De Fosset ..


8. B. Foster_.._....
J. B. Reidy_.......
E. A. Crossman_...

W. K. Lewfis-~....

HI. L. Fry~.........
H. L. Derby...~...

F. E. Mrurray...


BUREAU OF A'NIMAL; INDUBTRY


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SUMMARY OF TUBEROULOSIS- ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, FEBRUARY, 1930--Continued


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


1930}


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Total to date


State


State official


Once- Ac- B
tested- cred- ul
free ited su
herds herds v


5,70 7161

41,100 90
44,8621 91
57,412 61

169,94 12,50 1

1,31,083
2, 304, 355 180, OI I 2


erds
under
Iper-
sion


Vt... 819 17,813

Va... 2,4031 12,906
W~ash~.. 1,49 17. 958
W. Va. 1,5441 10,718

Wyo..:I .. 127 111,212

Tot al 82, 038 976. 403


ec

116

59
213:



~18


2~3,848|S L. H. Adams.....


Edwfard H. Jones, M~ont-

H. C. Givens, Richmond.
Robert Prior, Olympia.
John W'. Smith, C'harles-
ton.
L. Mr. Wright, M~sdison.
H. D. Port, CheJyenne.


42,336
8.8-12
i9,216


R. E. Brookbank.
J. C. Edline...~....
H. Mr. Newtoon...


85, 465 J. S. Healy....~....
12, 4n Jobn T. Dallas....
83 3


Bureau
n ies Met-
engaged dn ssse
womk I


1 1..~...'..

1 8
1.3 2
1. 3 3
1I 1
3 3
2 18


2 3


1. 03 ..
I 2
.3 .. .
.35 .. .
I 4


I 7

I 7 i
I 5
.5 .. ..
.03 .. ..


Out-

beak

veterl-
DBrlanS


20

1
4
21
78
18
3

7
4
16
5
7
3
2
2
4
5
1
7
1
53
1
4
1
4
I


Demonst ratiolS


Num- ~ogs
ber Itreated


CFe msd

d d
fect ed





.. .. ..





.. .





17


qFrrms_
tmed or
casrded


Autop-
oies d r


State


invest i-
igated


69 1
51
3

62
130

1900
78
13

194
39
109
58
1l9

13
9
90
39
33 i
3d I
4
236

77


2
2


5
14


Total................../ 29.61 7 2, 162 195 2

I Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to the work-.
Norr ---No work reported from Utah and Texas.


A labama.~~...................

California.-.~.~...........

Florida.. . .
Georgla..~.......~~...........
Idaho........................
Illinois........~....~~.........


oIndiana... ~_.~._..........
Iowps.........~~....___.......
KCiciansas~~....._.._.........
Kentucky.i~~_......_.._.~.....
hLoisianai...~.....~...........


Mihigan...._.._.. .~_........
Missismspi.~~_~_-._..........
Misouri......a......-.~.....
Morgntna....~__....~._......
Nebrashao._.........~_.......

Oklahom......_........

VirgVirinia....~.~...~........

Wisonsin....... ._.~._......


12 .. .

1 .. .




216
46. 6

23 1


6i 115
8 275




4 29
2 18




6 333
3 77

36 463

229

I10
2 52

1 16


. 1I 1 6 r


i,387 189 80 21 2 20


C. c.
47;, 79, 411
62. 396,955
465, 718, 942
526.769, 459


ous r


C. c.
2, 496i, 3)6
2, 331, 756

39, 070. 131


C. c.
10, 216, 025
16, 617, 469
108f, 421, M12
125, 466. 614


Total serum mr d


C. c. C. c.
43, 039,Yi 87 36. 620, 658
61, 838, 103 47. 400, 323
568, 423, 8141 413, 435, 7&t
595, 110, 628 453, 347, 387


Month or period


February, 1930......-.-.-.~-......
February, 1929..~...__.___........
8 months ended February, 1930..
8 months ended February, 1920..


Tubereulin tests
during month


Herds Catl Ctle
Is testedre-
lots~~ d ,c:q np


Inspector in ebarg


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








24 BupEAU 012 ANIMAkL INDUB'.BPR L~adah,

LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODU~CTS IN FlithUARY, 1989
License No. &-A was issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.),
310 South Michigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment ~near Zionsville,
Ind., for abortion vaccine (bovine); antiabortion serum (bovine); antiblackleg
serum; anti-calf-scour serum; anti-canine-distemper serum (homologous); anti-
hemorrhagic-septicentia serum; anti-hog-cholera serum; antiinfluenza serum
(equine); autogenous bacterin; avian tub-erculin; blackleg aggression; calf-scour
mixed bacterin; canine-antidistemper serum; canine-distemper mixed bacterin;
canine-distemper tissue vaccine; canine-diatemper virus; chicken-pox vaccine;
enteritis mixed bacterin (swine); equine-influenza mixed bacterin; fowl-cholera
bacterin; fowl-typhoid cholera-mixed bacterin; hemlorrhagic-septicemia aggression;
hemorrhagic-septicentia bacterin; hog-cholera virus; keratitis mixed bacterin
(bovine); mallein; mastitis mixed bacterin (for cattle); metritis mixed bacterin
(for cattle'); mixed bacterin (for fowl); mixed bacterin (for swine); naval-ill
mixed bacterin (equine); normal horse serum; pulmonary mixed bacterin (bovine);
pulmonary mixed bacterin (swine); rabies vaccine; atrep-staph-coli bacterin (for
horses); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin.
License No. 6--A was issued February 21, 1930, to Pitman-Moore Co., a sub-
sidiary of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), 310 South Michigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago,
Ill., establishment near Zionsville, Ind., for abortion vaccine (bovine); anti-
abortion serum (bovine); antiblackleg serum; anti-calf-scour serum; anti-canine-
distemper serum (homologous); anti-hemmorrhagic-septicemia serum; anti-hog-
cholera serum; antiinfluenza serum (equine); autogenous bacterin; avian tuber-
culin; blackileg aggression; calf-scour mixed batcterin; canine-antidistemper serum;
canine-distemper mixed bacterin; eanine-distemper tissue vaccine; canine-dis-
temper virus; chicken-pox vaccine; enteritis mixed bacterin (swine); equine-
influenza mixed bacterin; fowl-cholera bacterin; fowl-typhoid cholera mixed
bacterin; hemorrhagic-septicemia aggression; hemorrhagic-septicemnia balcterin;
hog-cholera virus; keratitis mixed bacterin (bovine); mallein; mastitis mixed
bacterin (for cattle); metritis mixed bacterin (for cattle); mixed bacterin (for
fowl); mixed bacterin (for swine); navel-ill mixed bacterin (equine); normal
horse serum; pulmonary mixed bacterin (bovine); pulmpnary mixed bacterin
(swine); rabies vaccine; strep-staph-coli bacterin (f or horses); tetanus antitoxin;
tuberculin.
License No. 6--B was issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.),
310 South M~ichigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment at Osage and
Adams Streets, Kansas City, Kanns., for anti-hog-cholera serum; hog-cholera
VIrus.
License No. 6--C was issued February 21, 1930, t~o Allied Laboratories (Inc.),
310 South Mlichigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment at 1100 Bluff
Road, Sioux City, Iowa, for anti-hog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus.
License No. 6--D was issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.),
310 South Michigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment at 2000 Wabaseh
Avenue, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., for anti-hog cholera szrum; hog-cholera virus.
License No. 6--E w~as issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.),
310 South Miichigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment at East Twenty-
first Street and Wasbash Avenue, WVichita, Kans., for anti-hog-cholera serum;
hog-cholera virus.
License No. 124 was issued Februlary 11, 1930, to the Anchor Serum Co.,
south of Stock Ya'rds, South St. Joseph, Mlo. mailingg address, P. O. box 543,
South St. Joseph, Mo.), for blackleg aggression; hemorrhagic-septicemia aggression;
hemorrhagic-septicemnia bacturin; mixed bacterin (avian); mixed bacterin
(porcine).
LICENSES TERMINATED IN FEBRUARY, 1930
Licenses No. 6, issued March 22, 1924, October 7, 1924, February 5, 1926,
Janurtar 26, 1929, June 4, 1929, October 19, 1929, November 30, 1929, and
December 14, 1929, to Pitman-Moore Co., near Zionsvrille, Ind., were terminated
February 21, 1930, without prejudice.
License No. 10, issued January 22, 1926, to the United Serum Co., East Twrenty-
first Street and Wabash Avenue, Wichita, Kasns., was terminated February 21,
1930, without prejudice.
License No. 11, issued Januaryr 1, 1921, to the Sioux Falle Serum Co., 2000
Wabash Avenue, Sioux Falls, S. Dakt., was terminated February 21, 1930, without
prej udice.








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.License No. 12, issued May 23, 1929, to the Royal Serum Co., Adams and Osage
SStreets, Kansas City, Kans., was terminated February 21, 1930, without prejudice.
License No. 37, issued March 23, 1927, to the Sioux City Serum Co., 1100
Bluff Road, and 1319 Bluff Road, Sioux City, Iowa, was terminated February 21,
1930, without prejudice.


PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT

Docket No. 803.--In re Hall Commission Co., market agency and dealer,
Southern Stock Yards, Mloultrie, Ga. On December 10, 1920, the Acting Secre-
tary issued an anquiry and notice alleging violation of the act by failure of re-
i:. spondent to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of
its obligations. On January 28, 1930, the respondent acknowledged service of
the order of inquiry, admitted the truth of thle matters and things therein alleged,
and waived a hearing thereon. On M'archi 27, 1930, thle respondents was ordered
to cease and desist fromu doing business as a market agency an1d dealer without
executing and maintaining a reasonable bond to suitable trustees t~o secure the
performance of its obligations inicurred as such maifrket agecy andlr l dealer.


DESIGNATED AS PUBLIC STOCKYARDS

Effective March 1, 1930, the Sout~h Soan Francisco Union Stockyards at South
San Francisco, Calif., is designated as a public stockyards as defined in paragraph
8, section 1, regulation 1, B. A. I. Order; 300.



PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS

In accordance with the provisions of B. A. i. Order 309, governing the interstate
movement of livestock, th~e bureau has granted permission t~o the Jensen-Salsbery
Laboratories (Inc.'i, Twenty-first and Penni Streets, Kiansas City, M~o., for th~e
distribution and use of She~rw\inl-Williams 50% Cresol Solutioni," under the trade
name of Jen-Sat 50%~ Cresol,"' in thle general disinfection of cars, yards, and
other premises. "'Jen-Sal 50%0 Crersol" is identical with "S~herw\in-Wlilliam s 50%
Cresol Solution," muanufac~tured by Shrerw\in-W\illiasms Co. of Chicago, Ill.
Permission to distribute "'Sherw~in-W~illiams 50% Cresol Solution" under the
trade name of Li-Cresol," granted under date of August 9, 10128, is hereby w~ith-
drawrn and the namec of Jen-Sal 50% C~resol sulbstit uted inl place thereof.

Correction Regarding Permitted Disinfectant
In the list of permitted disinfectants on page 15 of Service and Regulatory
Announcements, February, 1930. the correct form of publication w~ith respect to
the distribution of Cr~estall Dip should be as follows:
DISTRIBUTORS OF PERMIITTED DISINFECTAINTS

Disinfectant Distributed under name of- Distributor

arestall Dip....._~~_........... Booth's Cresol Compound..l J. Mi. Booth Chemical Co., 1020 East Over-
land SL~eet, El Paso, Tex.
Carbola Liquid Disinfect- Carbola Chemical Co., (Inc.), Natural
rant. Bridge, N. Y.
Chemo Cattle Disinfectant..l Chemo Co., Buftalo, N. Y.
Coliseptol....~~........~..... Beebe Laboratories (Inc.), St. Paul, Minn.
Creoslave........~........... The Chemical Supply Co., 2450 Canal
Roadl, Cleveland, Ohio.
Creco Special...............I Creco Co. (Inc.), Creco Building, Long
Cabel'sBather Diin~c jIsland City, N. Y'.
Cabll' Baches Dsinec-The Cabell Chemical Co., 320 Fifteenth
tant. Street, Huntington, W. Va.
Dinsol.~................._.._ M~eyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. LeGear's Cresol Dishn- Dr. L. D. Le~ear Mledicine Co., 4161 Beck
fectant. Avenue, St.. Louis, M~o.
Disnfeone Cresol Com W. D.N~: Carpeoter Co. (Inc.), Syracuse,
Economy Disinfectant...~... Economy Hog & Cattle Powfder Co., Shen
andoah, Iowa.







26 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUiSTRY [March,

DISTRIBUTORS OF PERMITTED DIBINFECTrANTS-Continned

Disinfectant Distributed under name of---i Distributor

Crestall Dip..................I Elkay's Agricultural Dis- United Drug Qg., 43 L~eon Btreet, Boston,
infeatant. Mass
Globe 50%a Cresol Bolution..l Globe Laboratories, Fort Worth, Tex.
Glover's Cresol Disinfectant.l B. Clay Glover Co.. (Inc.), 110 Fifth Ave-
nue, New York, N. Y.
Hockwald's Creo-Lie Dip...~ Hookwald Chemical Co., 531 Howard
Street, San Francisco, Calif.
Heinrich's Crestall Solution. The Heinrich Chemical Co., Minneapolia,
Minn.
Kne-Lik_. ................... J. F. Devine Laboratories (Ine.), Goshen,
N. Y.
Kresolig_._..~~~_............. Z. D. Gilman, 627 Pennsylvania Avenue,
NW. Washington, D. C.
Lee's 50% Cresol Solution...l Geo. H. Lee Co., Omaha, Nebr.
Myco Disinfecto............ Masury Young Co., Boston, Mass.
Btanco Solution of Cresol Standard Drug Co., Meridian, Miss.
Compound.
Tri-Kreeide................ Pitman-Moore Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
U-C-Cos Cresolis............ United Chemical Cos., 401 Delaware
Street, Kansas City, Mo.
Watkins 50%/ Cresol Solu- The J. R. Watkins Co., Winona, Minn.
tion.
Zeleo Disinfectant...~....... The Sanitary Product~s Corporation, 160
Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.

REGULATION GOVERNING OVERTIME ON MEAT INSPECTION
In accordance with t~he act of July1 24, 1919 (41 Stat. 241), employees of the
Bureau of Animal Industry engaged in the enforcement of the regulations govern-
ing the inspection of meat and meat-food products in departments of official
establishments (as defined in par. 8, sec. 1, regulation 1, of Bureau of Animal
Industry Order 211--Revised) throughout the United States and possessions, may
be paid, in addition to their regular per annum salaries, additional compensation
for service performed in excess of 48 hours per, week (the week to begin at 12.01
a. m., Sunday, and end at 12 p. m the following Saturday) at an hourly rate based
on the per annum salary and a 48-hour week. Employ-ees will not be paid for
overtime service while acting in a supervisory or administrative capacity.
Further details concerning pay for overtime work on meat inspection are given
in circular letter No. 1644.

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
Atchlison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Chit-ago & Alton Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
William WT. Wheelock and William G. Bierd, receivers of t~he Chicago & Alton
Railroad Co. (three cases), 8300 penalties.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Chicago Great Western Railroad Co. (three cases), $300 penalties.
Harry E. Byram, Mark W. Potter, and Edwfard J. Brundage, receivers of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad, $100 penalty.
Chicago, R.ock Island & Pacific Railway Co., %100 penalty.
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co., 5100 penalty.
Illinois Central Railroad Co. (14 cases), 51,400 penalties.
Kansas City Southern Railway Co., $100 penalty.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad Co., $100 penalt~y.
New York Central Railroad Co. (20 cases), $2,000 penalties.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co. (four cases), $400 penalties.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (two cases), $200 penalties.
Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad Co., 5100 penalty.
Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. (two eases), $200 penalties.
Livestockr Quaranine Law
Delaware, Lackiawanna & W~estern Railroad Co., interstate transportation of
infectious ear, 8100 fine.
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. MIarie Railway Co., failure to mark waybill
"Tuberculous cattle,"' 8100 fine.







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Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., interstate transpojrt.at~ion of cattle wit.hout
inspection, dipping, or certification, $100 fine.
"New York Central Railroad Co., interstate transportationl of infectious car
(three cases), 8300 fines.
New York Central Railroad Co., interstate transportation of onie dead hog inl
same car with liv~e animals, fF100 finle.
Newf York Central Railroad Co., failure to placard enr "Soultherno cattle"
(four cases), $4010 fines.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., initerstate mlov~ement of infectious ear, $100 fine.
Texas &r Pacific Hailw~ay Co., intlerstate, transaportationl of cattle w~it~hout
tuberculin test (tw~o cases), $200 finej.
J. Mi. Ayers, Sumterville, Ala., driving cattle interst.ate w~it~hout tuberculin
test, $100 fine.
C1. C. Boyd, L~ivingston, Ala., interstate translporation of cattle without tuber-
culin test, 5100 6nue.
Oscar E. Cobb, G~eiger, Ala., driving cattle interstate w~ithiout tub~erculin test,
$100 fine.
F. M. Souders, Sedan, Kians., interstate shipment of calv~es w\ithiout tuberculin
test, $100 fine.
Fred Wonser, Bryan, Ohio, interstate shipment of cattle without tuberculin
test, $F100 fine.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU

(The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individlaul employees, but sends copies to
officers in ebarge of stations and offices. These publications should be megardedr as notification copiesi.
So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.)
Farmers' Bulletin No. 61'2 (revised)l. Breeds of Beef Cattle. By E. W. Sheets
and W. H. Black, Anirmal Husbandry Divisioni. Pp. 25, figs. 18.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1263 (revisedi. Breeds of Swine. By E. Z. Russell,
Animal Husbandry Division. Ppi. 18, figs. 18.
Circular No. 1041. Johne's Disease IParatuberculosis, of L~ivestock;. By
Elmer Lash, Tuberculosis Eradication Divisioni, and W'illiam M~. Mlohler, Patho-
logical D~ivision. Pp. 8, figs. 2.
Miscellaneous Circular 11 revisedd. Statte Sanitary Reqluirements Governing
Admission of Livestock. Compiled by the Bureau of A nimal II nd ustry from reports
of accredited officials of each State. Pp. 108.
Amendment to B. AL. I. Order 317, declaring names of counties placed in
modified accredited area for tuberculosis. EtTective March 1, 1930. P. 1
(mimeographed).
Incidence and Prevention of Ham Souringi. By Johin R. Mlohler, Chief, Bureau
of Animal Industry. Pp. 3, fge. I (miimeographed).





ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief: JosN R. MOHLER.
Associate Chief: U. G;. H oncc.
Assistant Chlief: A. W. MI LLE R.
Administrative Assistant: CHARLEA C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. CoC'HRAN.
Editor: D. S. BURCH.
Animal Husbandry Division: E. WF. SHEETs, chief.
Biochemic Division: M. DORSET, chief.
Division of Hog Cholera Control: U. G. Hones, chief.
Division of V'irus-Serumn Control: D. I. SglDMORE, chief.
Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief.
Mieat Inspection Divrision: R. P. STEDDOY, chief.
Packers and Stockiyards Div~ision: A. W'. MILLER, chlief.
Pathological Division: Joan S. BUCKLEY', Chief.
Tick Eradicationl Division, R. A. R~srs.1Y, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division~: A. E. Wrose, chief.
Zoological Divlision: MuAURICE C. H.ALL, chief.
Experimzent Station: W. E. CoTr-oN, superintendent.
Ofece of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
Office of Personnel: GEORGE R. RURSELL. inl charge.
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S. A. R.-B. A. I. Z75 United States Departme SERVICE AND REGULATOR BUREAU OF ANIMAL MARCH, 1930 [This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of inform atio n, ctions, rulings, etc ., concerning the work of the Bure a u of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons m the service of the bureau, establishment at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers 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 Documents, Government Printing 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 promptly distribute copies to members of bis force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.] CONTENTS Changes in directory ......•....•••.•..••..•.••..•••..•.•.....••.••..••••..•••....••.•...•..•••••••• Notice regarding meat inspection ...................•....••...•.........•..•...••••••.•••••..•.•.••• Inspection legend on cellophane wrappers ................•••••••....•.••.••••••••••••••....•••• Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, February, 1930...................... • ••••• Extent of tuberculosis in a nimals slaughtered at three important markets, February, 19 • .•• • .•• Causes of condemnation of carcasses, January, 1930 .....•.••.•••..•.••....••.•..•••• ~......... . .. Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products ..•.••••••.••.•.•.• -!".: •••••••••••••• Foreign meat.inspection official. .............................................. . .'.' ..•• . , •.•••.... Summary of tuberculosis•eradication work in cooperation with States, February, l-930 ... : •••.•. Summary of hog•cholera•control work, February, 1930 ....••....••....•.•••••••••. T•• ..... . Anti.hog.cholera serum and hog•cholera virus produced under licenses .•• •-r• .... . Licenses issued for biological products in February, 1930 •.............••....•..•••.....•••.•••. License~ terminated in February, 1930 ..•.•......•..•.•• ---: ......... r .. Proceedmgs under the packers and stockyards act ........•. ----~-..• Designated as public stockyards. __ ............•..•.....•........ ....•. .••••....••.• -:: .••..•••••.• Permitted disinfectants ....••..................•.............. ~. --...•.•.. . .' : .•.. -~!---.. Regulations governing overtime on meat inspectlon ................ .:".:" .•..•..•••........••... •.• ~.-. Results of prosecutions for violations of Jaws............................. . ...... ..•.....• J •••• New publications of the bureau ................•.••...•...••..... •......•.....•.•.•••.•.•.••••..••• Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry ..................•••.........•......••..••.•..•.... CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat Inspection Granted 294. Joseph S. Stein & Co., 705 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, Pa. *492. Morgan Packing Co., P. 0. box 254, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Page 19 20 20 20 21 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 4 , 2 'llf 25 26 26 2 7 28 *645. The Provision Co. (Inc.), Glade Road, mail, P. 0. box 1104, Columbus, Ga~ Meat Inspection Withdrawn 794. Jacob Batt, 307 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 929. First National Stores (Inc.), Boston, Mass. Meat Inspection Extended 2-N. Armour & Co., Lousiville, Ky., to include the North American Prov-ision Co. and Morris & Co. 3-B. Swift & Co., Omaha, Nebr., to include Iowa Packing Co. Change in Name of Official Establishment 13. Pincus & Batt (Inc.), 233 Callow hill Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of Jacob Batt. 628. Howard W. Rose, 8-10 Wilson Street, Trenton, N. J., instead of W. W. Rose, 17 5 }">ennington A venue. 651. Bushwick Pork Packing Co. (Inc. ), Brooklyn, N. Y., instead of Bushwick Pork Packing Co. 1019. Pincus & Batt (Inc.), 218-220 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of Louis Pincus (Inc.). Change in Address of Official Establishment 348. Daniel Strecker (Inc.), 3451-53 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of 3440 Frankford A venue. •conducts slaughtering. 106572-30 19

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20 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [March. New stations Columbus, Ga., meat inspection; Dr. D. B. Strickler, in charge, P. 0. box 1104 (office, The Provision Co. (Inc.)). Tuscaloosa, Ala., meat inspection; Dr. C. H. Horcher, in charge, P. 0. box 254 (office, Morgan Packing Co.). Change in Address of Inspector in Charge Dr. H. B. Leonard, nineteenth floor, State Office Building, Albany, N. Y., in tead of 112 State Street. Dr. C. F. Palmer, 305 Federal Building, Houston, Tex., instead of 306 Federal Building. Dr. J. B. Reidy, 620 South office Building, Harrisburg, Pa., instead of 21.3 South Office Building. NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION INSPECTION LEGEND ON CELLOPHANE WRAPPERS It has been observed that the inspection legend on cellophane wrappers applied direct to meat and products, is often partially or entirely obscured owing to the fact that the products do not afford a uniform and contrasting background. Accordingly, on all new supplies of such wrappers the inspection legend should be printed on an opaque background of a uniform color in sharp contrast to that of the legend, and with letters of such size and style as to give this feature the prominence prescribed in the regulation. This does not apply to plain cellophane wrappers bearing no printed features. The continued u e of approved wrappers which do not conform to these requirements is authorized pending submission of information with respect to the quantity on hand and the length of time estimated to exhaust the supplies. Thi information should be furnished the Washington office within 15 days following the receipt of these announcements, and should include the approval nurnb rs and description of the labeling. ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN FEBRUARY, 1930, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, BY DISTRICTS --------Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swine ------Baltimore ___________________________________ 5,209 . 597 226 ----------59,840 Buffalo ______________________________________ 6,807 1,743 4,838 ----------63,015 g~~~f:~atL-:: === == === = = == = = = ==== ==== == ====== 97,401 40,405 213,885 ----------583,516 10,420 5,737 3,394 1 78,382 Cleveland ___________________________________ 5,632 3,785 8,597 ----------40,590 Denver ______________________________________ 6,034 1,683 20,334 ----------60,000 Detroit ______________________________________ 5,905 6,196 6,556 ----------81, 7?fl Fort Wo rth _ _________________________ ,. ______ 18,033 11,463 14,427 85 37,811 Indianapoli ---------------------------------12,514 3,928 I 4,648 ----------117,759 Kansas C ity _________________________________ 52,452 13,905 131,866 27 204,989 Milwaukee __________________________________ 12,121 43,625 3,412 ----------101,228 National stock yards ________________________ 20,430 4,816 21,178 2 95,521 New York ___________________________________ 28,413 45,484 191,508 ----------107,211 Omaha ______________________________________ 63,350 4,975 167,398 2 260,817 Philadelphia _________________________________ 4,531 5,665 10,291 ----------68,645 St. Louis ____________________________________ 9,676 5,812 3,341 6 125,887 Sioux City ___ . ______________________________ 25,917 1,734 77,634 ----------169,524 South St. Joseph _ ___________________________ 19,543 5,285 I 114,383 1 91,599 South St. Paul_-----------------------------35,189 57,446 37,445 ----------253,002 Wichita _____________________________________ 5,611 2,121 10,426 5 47,885 All other establishments ________ . ____________ 116,023 63,003 I 141,562 387 1,376, 190 Total: February, 1930 ______________________ 561,211 329,408 1,187,349 516 4,034,138 February, 1929 _______________________ 568,622 311, 181 953,226 584 4,477,633 8 months ended February, 1930 _______ 5,687,029 2,871,919 9,897,668 18,871 32,304,674 8 months ended February, 1929 _______ 5,677,589 2,886,258 9,333,988 13, 759 32,203,504 New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City and Newark 1 _______________________________________ 34,254 51,047 231, 2-36 ----------214,181 1 The slaughter figures for this group of cities a re included in the figures above for "New York" and "All other establishments" and a re combined here to show total in the Greater New York district. Horses s l a ughtered in February, 1930__________________________________________________________ 6,110 Horse~ slaughtered in February, 1929_________________________________________________________ 4,228 8 months ended February, 1930 __________________________________ • ___________________________ 100, 365 months ended February, 1929_ ------------------------------------------------------------88,200 Inspections of lard at alJ establishments, 1 6 1 ,254,836 inspection pounds; compound and other substit.utes, 29,915,900 inspection pounds; sausage, 55.522,990 inspection pounds; o leom argarine, 12,716,127 inspection J ) O Unds. Co rres ponding inspections for Februa ry, 1929: Lard, 171,598,130 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 32,239,610 in s pection pounds; sausage, 55,628,705 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 13, 313,592 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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1930) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 21 EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MARKETS, FEBRUARY, 1930 Retained for tuberculosis Station Cattle: Chicago _____________________________________ . _____ _ Kansas City_----------------------O mah a __ . __ ._. __ ................... _ ....... _ ...... . Swi ne: Chicag o ... •-Kansas City .... ••-Omaha .. ---Total slaughter 97,401 52,452 63,350 683,516 204,989 260,817 Total 4,596 206 700 78,991 11,832 18,617 Passed for cooking 125 6 29 969 I 104 I 142 I I Con demned 596 23 71 829 91 130 CAQSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, JANUARY, 1930 Cause Cattle Calves I Sheep Swine Emaciation .... •--499 194 261 79 Hog cholera ...... •--........................ -1,284 Inflammatory diseases ..... •-1,104 237 606 3,158 Immaturity..... -............................ . .. . .. . . . . . . 270 •..••••. -.••...•.• _ -. Tuberculosis .... __ .. __ ............... . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 270 19 ••••••. _.... 3, 676 All other causes .................... -..... -........... 1, 100 166 622 4, 392 Total .... ••4,973 I 886 1,489 12,589 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS Imports of food animals Country of export Cattle I I Swine I Sheep Goats I -Mexico ................................. 1 , 74-1 -----------------------1 Canada .................................. -4 ,009 27 42 3 Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico) .......................... 2 2 6 ----------------------12 Total : February, 1930 .. .•.•....•..•..••••••••....••.• 22,979 27 42 16 February, 1929 ...•. _ ••. _ ..••••.••••• ___ ..•• __ •.. 18,200 52 77 • 8 months ended February, 1930 .•.. -267, 206 2,517 27,105 I 244 8 months ended February, 1929 ... -322,128 2,581 17,406 182 NoTE.-To records of importations in November, 1929, there should be added 10 karakul sheep f.rom Cuba, receipt of reports covering importation of which were delayed. Imported meats and m e at food products Fresh and refrigerated Country of export Cured and Other meat canned products Beef Other Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Argentina ................................. ----------------------2 , 177,656 4 ,048 A.ustralia ...... -•..... -................ 50 26,499 ------------9,240 Brazil ..................................... ------------------------102, 186 ------------Canada ................. .............. 307, 142 150,509 502,086 311, 106 Uruguay .............................................. ------------682,740 34, 860 Other countries ............................ 282,348 ------------49,861 122 657 Total: February, 1930 •.............. 589,540 177,008 3,514,529 481,911 February, 1929 .•.•.•••....... 794,617 232, 311 4 , 486,350 1, OO!l, 697 8 months ended February, 1930 ..••••••••••.•... -21,084,405 4,828,244 64, 114, 331 6,517,440 8 months ended February, 1929-----39, 537, 180. 8,724 , 6TO 52,979,200 7,697,906 Condemned m February, 1930: Beef, 11,863 pounds; pork, 204 pounds; to t al, 12,067 pounds. Refused entry: Beef, 13,662 pounds; pork, 426 pounds; total, 14,088 pounds. Total w eight Pounds 2 , 181,704 35,789 102, 186 1 , 270,843 717,600 454, 8(>6 4 , 762,988 6 , 522,975 96,544,420 108,938,956

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22 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Marcil, FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL Name and specimen signature of a foreign official who has been authonzed by bis national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certificates for meat and food meat products exported to the United States. Country and name Signature JAPAN Tsuranu DoL ____________ _ SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA TION WITH STATES, FE BRUARY, 1930 Tuberculin tests I during month I State Cat• Herds Cattle tle or tested re• lots acted ------Ala. _ _ ._ 518 3,310 1 Ariz. __ .. 414 4,026 16 Ark. __ .. 71 1, 104 3 Calif.. .. 145 13, 2 1 55 Colo_. __ 479 4,016 46 Conn.487 7,170 278 Del.. ... 1,753 6,400 126 D. C ... -------------------Fla .... -50 2,932 1 Ga ..... 2,747 10,635 14 Idaho ... 541 10,276 15 IIL.--• 8,390 1 101,6 1 2,414 Ind .... _ 4, 142 28. 817 80 Iowa .... 6,471 106,024 1,409 Kans .... 3,309 35,320 149 Ky ...... 1,188 10,460 28 La •..... 105 2,199 139 Me ...... 538 6,463 58 Md ..... 1,361 15,907 323 Mass .... 800 11,224 1,389 Mich. __ 5,431 49,064 244 Minn ... 611 14,414 215 Miss .... 462 3,341 0 Mo ..... 3741 9,261 104 Mont ... 3051 7, 786 30 Nebr .... 2,406 137,3'4 258 Nev ..... 33 1,98 2 4 N . H .... 871 11,591 460 N. J. __ . 622 5,435 549 N. Mex. 365 3,148 57 N. Y .... 4, 3221 61, 617 6,161 N. C .... 172 1,569 0 N. Dak. 1,148 24,176 131 Ohio .... 8,630 68,011 1,076 Okla .... 2.56 5,516 25 Oreg_-533 5,441 19 Pa ...... 2,2 6 27,457 2,237 R. L ... 41 902 147 s. c ____ 1,010 4,038 1 S. Dak __ 300 6,998 50 Tenn. __ l,O.S6 9,475 12 Te:i.: ..... 1,506 9,795 23 Utah .... 1,910 10,045 56 Total to date On Ce • ted ee rds tes fr he 1 3 3 1 6,399 8,281 0,538 7, 137 1,353 3,531 4,231 99 8,091 9,157 6,724 6,122 Ac • cred • ited herds 317 46 17 129 177 2,926 2,354 8 98 31 61 5,536 Herds under super• vision Inspector in charge 8,986 R. E. Jackson ..... 8, 360 F. L. Schneider_ .. 10,572 W. A. McDonald. 7,576 R. Snyder ........ . 2,035 W. E, Howe ..... . 7,056 R. L. Smith ...... . 6, 788 E. B. Simonds ... . 107 A. E. Wight ..... . 8,934 J. G. Fish ........ . 39, 197 A. L. Hirleman .. . 39, 9 5 W. A. Sullivan ... . 165, 392 J. J. Lintner ... __ . 1 44,411 23, 120 169,548 J. E. Gibson. ____ _ 12 G, 692 2, 993 195, 369 J. A. Barger--9 7 4 1 1 8,667 7,32 8 2,732 2,891 5,599 2,622 10 83,009 1,721 9,195 8,492 7 3 7 2 2 5 5 19 1 11 6 2 ,514 5,175 1 ,659 3,132 4,483 2,418 6,,38 6,619 5,151 6,232 2,250 9, 469! 5, 509 1 249 6 . 429 9, 752! 8,1 5 6 580 1 2,725 : 597 39 13 8091 8,661 1,700 62 8,863 2 8 226 91 120 14 4,158 3,323 24 77,llG 305 5,290 839 260 99,732 N. L. Townsend.~ 79,194 W . F. Biles ••....• 2,854 G. T. Cole ....... . 43, 817 G. H. Caldwell.._ 31, 3 2 E. B. Simonds ___ _ 5,412 E. A. Crossman .. . 184,665 T. S. Rich ....... . 112,438 W. J. Fretz.-9,223 H. Robbins ...... . 82, 264 Ralph Graham ... . 32,559 J. W. Murdoch .• _ 75, 892 / A. H. Francis ..... 1,971 L. C. Butterfield __ 7, 716 E. A. Crossman ... ll, 617 1Y. G. Middleton_ 2,513 F. L. Schneider. .. 113,467 H. B. Leonard---2 56, 924 W. C. Dendinger. 66, 695 H. H. Cohenour __ 204,128 A. J. De Fosset. __ 2,539 L.J.Allen ....... . 361 19,842 S. B. Foster. ..... . 6,039 1 33,332 J.B. Reidy ...... . 134 713 E. A. Crossman __ _ 106 1,205 128 251 104 66, 595 1 W. K. Le\Tis. ____ _ 11,244 J. 0. Wilson ..... . 68,409 H. L. Fry ........ . 925 H. L. Darby _____ _ 13, 25 ' F. E. ~furray --State officia l C. A. Cary, Auburn. R. J. Hight, Phoenix. J. H. Bux, Little Rock. J. P . I verson, Sacramento. C. G. Lamb, Denver. Charles Johnson, Hartford. 0. A. Newton, Bridgeville. J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. J. :M:. Sutton, Atlanta. A. J. Dickman, Boise. D. W . Robison, Spring• field. Frank H. Brown, Indian• apolis . M. G . Thornburg, Des Moines. J. H. Mercer, Topeka. D . E. Westmorland, Frankfort. E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge. H. M. Tucker, Augusts. James B. George, Balti more. E. F. Richardson, Boston. B. J. Killham, Lansing. C . E. Cotton, St. Paul. R. V. Rafnel, Jackson. H. A. Wilson, Jefferson City. W. J. Butler, Helena. C. H. Hays, Lincoln. Edward Records, Reno. A . L. Felker, Concord. J. H. McNeil, Trenton. Mat Keenan,Albnquerque. E.T. Faulder, Albany. William : Moore, Raleigh. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck. C. l\IcCandless, Colum• bus. C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma City. W. H. Lytle, Salem. T. E. Munce, Harrisburg. T. E. Robinson, Provi dence. W. K. Lewis, Columbia. T. H. Ruth, Pierre. J. M. Jones, r asbville. N. F. Williams, Fort Worth. W. H. Hendricks, Salt Lake City.

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1930) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 23 SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION WITH STATES, FEBRUARY, 1930-Continued I Tuberculin tests during month I Total to date i tate I Inspector in charge State official Cat• Once • Ac• Herds Herds Cattle tie tested cred • under or tested re free ited super • lots acted herds herds vi s ion ---Yt. ..... 8 1 9 17,813 116 5,705 7 ,161 2 3 ,84 8 L . H . Adams ..... Edward H. J o nes, M o nt• pelier. Va ...... 2,403 12,906 59 41,100 960 42,3 3 R . E. Brookbank. H . C . Gi,ens, Richmond. Wash ... 1,493 17,95 8 213 44,821 9 1 4 'l,842 J. C. Exline .. ..... Robert Pri o r, Oly mpi a. W. Va_ . 1,544 10,748 18 57,412 617 59,216 H. M. New to n .... John W. Smith, Charles • ton. Wis ..... c, 993 156, 115 1 , 757 169,9 4 8 12,506 1 5 ,465 J. S. HeaJy ....•... L. M. Wright, Madison . Wyo ____ 127 1,212 4 11,078 3 12,422 John T . D a llas .... H. D. Port, Cheyenne. -----T o tal_ 82,038 976,403 20,570 2,304,3 5 5 180,011 2 , 783,354 SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, F~BRUARY, 1930 Sta te Burea u Demonstrations Outt p Farms Farms breaks ve _en• I ee t!em1------1 ~utop• quaran• cleaned reported narrans i ngs ad• . r s es . s1es per. and to buen~aged dress ed m v es tr NumHogs formed tilled or disinreau ill gated ber tre a ted carded fected veteriwork 1 narians -----------1----1---•1----1 -------------I--Ala bama._.-Ark a ns a s ....•.•.........•... Californi a .•................• Colorado_._ ................ . Florida ..................... . Georgia ________ ---Idaho .. ___ ....•.•.......... __ Illinois ... ___ .... _ ... _ •...... Indiana ..... _ .... _ .... _ ... _ .. Iowa ....................... . Kansas •.•.............. . .... Ken_t1!cky _ ... _ ... __ ... _ .... _ Loms1ana. ___ ...... _ ..• __ . __ . Maryland. ___ ............. _ _ Michigan ................... . M\ssissifJpL .. _. _ ....• ___ ... . M 1 ssour1. ......... _ .... ____ . _ Montana __ -Nebraska ............ _ .... 1 Caro lina ..... _ ....... _ Oklahoma ... _ ...... _ .•...... South Carolin a .. _ . . __ -_._ .. South Dakota .............. . Tennessee ..........•...... _. Virginia .................... . Washington ............... . . Oregon ..................... . W~t Vi~ginia .............. . W1scons1n .................. . 1 1 • 1 I 1 1. 3 1. 3 1 3 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1. 03 1 . 3 . 35 1 1 • 5 1 .1 1 1 1 • 5 . 03 . 1 Total.................. 29. 61 1 2 3 1 3 18 3 3 2 4 7 7 3 5 1 71 69 51 3 11 6 2 130 156 1 9 0 i 8 1 3 1 8 9 194 5 9 109 58 119 54 13 9 90 39 33 36 4 46 236 77 24 4 6 2 2 5 ---.•...... --------1 14 2 -------------29 ======i= ========== ======== ! -----, 1 ---------------6 118 6 --21 2i5 16 7 7 ----4 6 6 17 18 23 1 ........ 8 --- •....••• -3 1 -----15 -----7 4 29 -4 2 18 12 2 .. .:..... 16 -----11 --- •••••• 5 114 751 4 ---7 ---9 -3 • 1 1 2 .•.•••.• .•••.... 8 -- ••• 2 6 383 14 6 2 4 3 77 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 5 36 463 4 ••..•.•. •••• •• 2 29 2 53 ....... . 1 10 6 2 1 2 ..... 52. I ...... 1. 1 1 7 1 53 1 4 1 4 1 2, 1621 1 16 1 I 1 _ ,___ ---1---1---195 2,387 189 I 80 21 220 1 Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to the work . Norn.-No work r eported from Utah and Texas. ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED UNDER LICENSES I HyperimHyperimCle a r se rum Simultane -Month or period Total senun I completed mune blood ous virus munizing cle a red virus C. c. C. C. C. C. C. c. C. c . February, 1930 ................... 43,039,872 3 6 , 620,65 8 47,769,411 2,496,306 10,216,025 February, 1929 . .................. 61,838,103 47, 400,823 62,396,955 2,331, 756 16,617,469 8 months ended February, 1930 .. 568,423,814 413,435,i64 465, 718, 942 35,778,511 lM,421,542 8 months ended February, 1929 . . 595,110,628 4 5 3,347,387 526,769,459 39,070, 191 128,466,614

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24 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [March, LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN FEBRUARY, 1930 License No. 6-A was issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.), 310 South Michigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment near Zionsville, Ind., for abortion vaccine (bovine); antiabortion serum (bovine); antiblackleg serum; anti-calf-scour serum; anti-canine-distemper serum (homologous); antihemorrhagic-septicemia serum; anti-hog-cholera serum; antiin:fluenza serum (equine); autogenous bacterin; avian tuberculin; blackleg aggressin; calf-scour mixed bacterin; canine-antidistemper serum; canine-distemper mixed bacterin; canine-distemper tissue vaccine; canine-distemper virus; chicken-pox vaccine; enteritis mixed bacterin (swine); equine-influenza mixed bacterin; fowl-cholera bacterin; fowl-typhoid cholera-mixed bacterin; hemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; hog-cholera virus; keratitis mixed bacterin (bovine); mallein; mastitis mixed bacterin (for cattle); metritis mixed bacterin (for cattle); mixed bacterin (for fowl); mixed bacterin (for swine); nanl-ill mixed bacterin (equine); normal horse serum; pulmonary mixed bacterin (bovine); pulmonary mixed bacterin (swine); rabies vaccine; strep-staph-coli bacterin ( for horses); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin. License No. 6-A was issued February 21, 1930, to Pitman-Moore Co., a subsidiary of Allied Laboratories (Inc.), 310 South Michigan A venue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment near Zionsville, Ind., for abortion vaccine (bovine ) ; antiabortion serum (bovine); antiblackleg serum; anti-calf-scour serum; anti-caninedistemper serum (homologous); nti-hemmorrhagic-septicemia serum; anti-hogcholera serum; antiin:fluenza serum (equine); autogenous bacterin; avian tuberculin; blackleg aggressin; calf-scour mixed bacterin; canine-antidistemper serum; canine-distemper mixed bacterin; canine-distemper tissue vaccine; canine-distemper virus; chicken-pox vaccine; enteritis mixed bacterin (swine); equineinfluenza mixed bacterin; fowl-cholera bacterin; fowl-typhoid cholera mixed bacterin; hemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; hog-cholera virus; keratitis mixed bacterin (bovine); mallein; mastitis mixed bacterin (for cattle) ; metritis mixed bacterin (for cattle); mixed bacterin (for fowl); mixed bacterin (for swine); navel-ill mixed bacterin (equine); normal horse serum; pulmonary mixed bacterin (bovine); pulmpnary mixed bacterin (swine); rabies vaccine; strep-staph-coli bacterin (for horses); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin. License No. 6-B was issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.), 310 South Michigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment at Osage and Adams Streets, Kansas City, Kans., for anti-hog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus. License No. 6-C was issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.). 310 South Michigan A venue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment at 1100 Bluff Road, Sioux City, Iowa, for anti-hog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus. License No. 6-D was issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.), 310 South Michigan Avenue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment at 2000 Wabash Avenue, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., for anti-hog cholera scrum; hog-cholera virus. License No. 6-E was issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories (Inc.), 310 South Michigan A venue, 1706, Chicago, Ill., establishment at East Twentyfirst Street and Wabash Avenu e , Wichita, Kans., for anti-hog-cholera serum; hog-cholera virus. License No. 124 was issued February 11, 1930, to the Anchor Serum Co., south of Stock Yards, South St. Joseph, Mo. (mailing address, P. 0. box 543, South St. Joseph, Mo.), for blackleg aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bactJrin; mixed bacterin (avian); mixed bacterin (porcine). LICENSES TERMINATED IN FEBRUARY, 1930 Licenses No. 6, issued March 22, 1924, October 7, 1924, February 5, 1926, January 26, 1929, June 4, 1929, October 19, 1929, November 30, 1929, and December 14, 1929, to Pitman-Moore Co., near Zionsville, Ind., were terminated February 21, 1930, without prejudice. License No. 10, i ssued January 22, 1926, to the United Serum Co., East Twentyfirst Street and Wabash A v enue, Wichita, Kans., was terminated February 21, 1930, without prejudice. License No. 11, issued January 1, 1921, to the Sioux Falls Serum Co., 2000 Wabash Avenue, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., was terminated February 21, 1930, without prejudice.

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1930] SERVICE AND REGULATOR Y ANNOUNCEMENTS 25 Licens e No. 12, issu e d May 23, 1929, to the Royal Serum Co., Adams and Osage Streets, Kansas City, Kans., was terminated February 21, 1930, without prejudice. License No. 37, issued March 23 , 1927, to the Sioux City Serum Co., 1100 Bluff Road, and 1319 Bluff Road, Sioux City, Iowa, was terminated February 21 , 19 30, without prejudice. PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT Docket No. 303.-In re H a ll Commission Co., market agency and dealer, outhern Stock Yards, Moultrie, Ga. On December 10, 1929, the Acting Secre tary issued an anquiry and notice alleging violation of the act by failure of respondent to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to secure the performance of its obligations. On January 28, 1930, the respondent acknowledged service of the order of inquiry, admitted the truth of the matters and things therein alleged, and waived a hearing thereon. On March 27, 1930 , tbe respondent was ordered to cease and desist from doing business a a market agency and dealer withou t executing and maintaining a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of its obligatio ns incurre d a , such market agency and dealer. DESIGNATED AS PUBLIC STOCKYARDS Effective March 1, 1930, the Sotith San Francisco Union Stockyards at South San Francisco, Calif., is designated as a public tockyard as defined in paragraph 8, section 1 , regulation 1, B. A. I. Order 309. PERMITTED DISINFECT ANTS In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309 governing the interstate movement of lhestock, the bureau has grant~sol Solution" under the trade name of "Li-Creso l," granted under date of Augu t 9, 1028, is hereby withdra"n and the name o f " Jen-Sal 50% Cre ol" nbstitutecl in place thereof. Correction Regarding Permitted Disinfectant In the list of p ermitted disinfectants on page 15 of Service and Regulatory Announcements, February, 1930 , the correct form of publication with respect to the distribution of Crestall Dip should be as follows: DISTRIBUTORS OF PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS Disinfectant Distributed under name of-Orestall Dip __________________ Booth's Cresol Compound __ Carbola Liquid Disinfect-tant. Chemo Cattle Disinfectant __ ColiseptoL _______________ _ _ Creoslave __________________ _ Creco SpeciaL _____________ _ Cabell's Hatchers Disinfec-tant. Dinsol _____________________ _ Dr. LeGear ' s Cre o l Disin fectant. Disinfectone Cresol Com pound. Economy Disinfect ant_ ____ _ Distributor J.M. Booth Chemi ca l Co., 1020 East Overland st{eet, El Paso, Tex. Carbola Chemical Co . , ( Inc.), Natural Bridge, N. Y. Chemo Co., Buifalo, N. Y. Beebe Laboratories (Inc.), St. Paul, Minn . The Chemica l Supply C o., 2450 Canal Ro ad, Cleveland, Ohio. Greco Co. (Inc.), Greco Building, Long Island City, N. Y. The Cabell Chemical Co., 320 Fifteenth Street, Huntington, W. Va. 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., Shen andoah, Iowa.

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26 BUREAU OF ANI::VIAL Li'"DUS'IRY [Yarch, DISTRIBUTORS OF PER~IITTED DISINFECTAN"TS-Continued Disinfectant I Distributed under name of-1 Distributor C restall Dip __________________ ! Elkay's Agricultural DisUnited Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston, ~lass infectant. Globe 50% Cresol Solution __ 1 Glove r's Cresol Disinfectant_ Hockwalu's Oreo Lie Dip __ _ I Heinrich's Crestall Solution. Kre-Lilc _ _____________ _____ _ Kresolig ____________________ _ 1 Lee's 50% Cresol Solution __ _ Myco Di~infecto ___________ _ Stanco Solution of Cresol Compound. Tri-Krecide ___ __ ___________ _ U-0-Cos Cresolis ___________ _ Watkins 50% Cre ol Solution. Zelco Disinfectant __________ _ I Globe Labo r atories, Fort Worth, Te:r. H. Clay Glove r Co . (Inc.), 119 Fifth Ave nue, Xew York, N. Y. Hockwald Chemical Co., 531 Howard Street, an Francisco, Calif. The Heinrich Chemical Co., Minneapolis, :\!inn. J. F . De,ine Laboratories (Inc.), Goshen, ::--.Y. Z. D. Gilman, 62i Pennsylvania Avenue, NW., Washington, D. C. Geo. H. Lee Co., Omaha, I ebr. l'vlasury Young Co ., Boston, Mass . tandard Drug Co., Meridian, Miss. Pitman-:\Ioore Co., Indianapolis, Ind. United Chemical Cos . , 401 Delaware treet, Kansas City, l\Io. The J. R. Watkins Co., Winona, Minn. The Sanitary Products Corpo r ation, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York, N". Y. REGULATION GOVERNING OVERTIME ON MEAT INSPECTION In accordance with the act of .July 24, 1919 (4 1 Stat. 241), employees of the Bureau of Animal Indu try engaged in the enforcement of the regulations governing the inspection of meat and meatfood products in department::s of official establishments (as defined in par. 8, sec. 1, regulation 1 , of Bureau of Animal Industry Order 211-Revised) throughout the United tates and possessions, may be paid, in addition to their regular per annum alarie , additional compensation for service performed in exce s of 48 hours per. week (the week to begin at 12.01 a . m., Sunday, and end at 12 p. m the following aturday) at an hourly rate based on the per annum salary and a 48-hour week. Emplo)-ee s "'ill not be paid for overtime service while acting in a supervi ory or administrative capacity. . Further details concerning pay for overtime work on meat inspection are giYen m circular letter No. 16 44. RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS Penalties and fines have been impo ed in prosecution for violntion of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau. as follow~: Twenty-Eight-Hour Law Atchison, Topeka & anta Fe Railway Co., $100 penalty. Chicago & AJton Railroad Co., $100 penalty. William W. Wheelock and William G. Bierd, recei Yer of the Chicago & Alton Railroad C o. (three cases), 300 penalties. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Chicago Great Western R a ilroad Co. (three cases ) , $300 penaltie~. Harry E. Byram, Mark W. Potter, and Edv,ard J. Brundage, receiver~ of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad, $100 penalty. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., 100 penalty. Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co . , $100 penalty. Illinois Central Railroad Co. ( 14 ca. e ) , 1,400 penal tie . Kansa City Southern Railway Co., 100 penalty. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad Co. $100 penalty . ... ew York Central Railroad Co. (20 cases), $2,000 penal tie t. Louis-San Francisco Rail~ay Co. (four ca es), $400 penaltie Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (two ca e ) , 200 penaltie . Richmond Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad Co., 100 penalty. eaboard Air Line Railway Co. (two case ) , 200 penalties. Livestock Quarantine Law Delaware, Lackawanua & We tern Railroad Co., inter tate tran poration of infectious car, 100 fine. Minneapoli , t. Paul & ault te. :\Iarie Railway Co., failure l mark waybill "Tuberculou cattle,., . 100 fine.

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1. 30) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 27 Missouri Pacific R a ilroad Co. , interstate transportation of cattle without 1nspection, dipping, or certification, $100 , fine. New York Central Railroad Co., interstate transportation of infectious car (three cases), $300 fine s . . New York Centra l R ailroad Co., interstate transportation of one dead hog in same car with live animals, $100 fin e. New York Central Railroad Co. , failure t o placard car "..:outhern cattle" (four cases), $400 fines. Pennsylvania Railroad Co., inter tate movement of infectiou car, $1 00 fine. Texas & Pacific Railway Co., inter tate tran portation of cattle with o u t tuberculin test (two cases), $200 fines. J. M. Ayers, Sumterville, Ala., driving cattle interstate without tuberculin test, $100 fine. C. C. Boyd, Livingston, llla., interstate transporation o f cattle without tuberculin test, $100 fine. Oscar E. Cobb, Geiger, Ala. driving cattle interstate without tuberculin test, $100 fine. F. M. Souders, Sedan, Kans., interstate shipment of calve: ~ without tuberculin test, $100 fine. Fred Wonser, Bryan, Ohio, interstate shipment of cattle without tuberculin test, $100 fine. NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bureau keeps no mailing list for s ending publicati ons to individaul employees, but sends copies to officers in charge of stations and offices . These publicatio n s sho ul d be regarded as notification copies . So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on r equest.) Farmers' Bulletin No. 612 (revised). Breed of Beef Cattle. By E.W. Sheets and W. H. Black, Animal Husbandry Division. P p . 25, figs. 18. Farmers' Bulletin No. 1263 (revise d ) . Breeds of Swine. By E . Z. Russell, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 1 8, fig s. 1 8 . Circular No. 104. J ohne's Disease (Para tuberculosis) of Livestock. B y Elmer Lash, Tuberculos i s Eradication DiYision, and William M. Mohler, Pathological Division. Pp. 8, figs. 2 . Miscellaneous Circular U , (revised). State Sanitary Requirements Governing Admission of Livestock. Compiled by the Bureau of Animal Industry from reports of accredited officials of each State. Pp. 108 . Amendment to B . A. I. Order 317, declaring names of counties placed i n modified accredited area for tuberculo i s . Effective March 1 , 1930. P . 1 (mimeographed). Incidence and Preyention of Ham ouring. By John R. Mohler, Chief, Bureau o f Animal Industry. Pp. 3, fig. 1 (mimeographed).

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ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF A IMAL INDUSTRY Chief: JORN R. MOHLER. Associate Chief: U. G. HoucK . . Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER. Administrative Assistant: CHARJ,E~ C. CARROLL. Chief Clerk: J. R. COCHRAN. Editor: D. S. BURCH. Animal H usbandry D ivision: E. W. HEEr, chief. B iochemic Division: M. DoR ET chief. Division of Hog Cholera Control: . G. HoucK chief. D ivision of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. "'KIDMORE, chief. F ield Inspection D ivision: G. W. POPE, chief. "iMeat Inspection Division: R. P. TEDDOM chief. Pac kers and tockyards Division: A. ,Y. ::\1ILLER, chief. Pathological Diui'ion: JoH:N S. BUCKLEY, chief. Tick Eradication Division, R. A. RAM A Y, chief. Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief. Zoological D ivision: AURICE C. HALL, chief. Experiment Statio n : W. E. CoTTo., uperintendent. Office of Accounts: GEORGE F. TucKER, in charge. Office of Personnel: GEORGE H. Ru ELL. in charge. 28 U . S . GO 'iERNWENT ?i!INTI~~ OFFI CE : 1930 For ale by t h e .'upel'in~en lent uf Document . \Ya bin ton, D. Subscription price 2 , 3 cent per year Price 5 cent

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