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8. R. A.-B. A. i. 268 Il; i Issued Sept~ilr, 1892


.United States Departme Agriculcu




SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNMET

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

AUGUST, 1929



-[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,
concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the
service of the bureau, establishments at which the Fedleral meat, inspection is conducted, public onciers
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 D~ocumnents, Government Printing
Office, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply~ will be sent to each onfc~ial in
charge of a station or braneb of the bureau service, who should prompt'; distribute copies to members of
hds force.. A file should be kept at each station for reference.]



CONTEN TSi
Page
Changes in directory~...~.... .~..~..~~....~............~.......~.-~...~........................~....... 69
Notices reg'r~ding meat inspection_................_.............._..~~~. ..~................. ......... 70
Animal casings of foreign origin.~.-.~..~.....~.......~..~........................-................ 70)
Addition to the list of permitted dyes .................. .~.....~................................. 71
Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, July. 1929....~.......... ...........~..... ...... 71
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, July, 1929....~........~.. 71
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, Julne, 1929.......~........................ .....~~.............. 72
Imparts of food animals and of meats and meat food products during July, 1929........_~............. 72
SForeign meat-inspection onfcial ................... ...........~........................ ............7
Summary of tuberculosis-eradic~ation work in cooperation with States, Jully, 1929........ ........... 73
Permitted disinfectants ............ ..~ ..................... ..................... ............ 7
Anti-hog-cholera scrum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses.;............~.................. 71
SSummary of hog-cholera-control work, July, 19L9............ ._.~.........................~......... 75
SProceedings under the packers and stockyards act.....~-.~............................. .............. 75
.Notice regarding requests for transfer................_................... ..............~.~..~........ 75
Payment for books~ and subscriptions to periodicals. ................... ................... .~....... 76
;Results of prosecutions for violations of laws ................... ................... ......~......~... 75
New publications of the bureau-~~.~~......~............. ....................... .............. ..... 76



CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inspection Granted

21. W. H. Booth & Co. (Inc.), 1121 East, First Street, Santa Ana, Calif.
220. Woolner Packing Co. 21W214 North Green Street, Chicago, Ill.
237. Hermitage Lard Co. (Inc.), Hermitage Road and Leigh Street, Richmond,
Va.
*513. Delaware Packing Co. (Inc.), South Kortright., N. Y.

Meat Inspeeion Withdrawn

23'7. Old Virginia Ham Co., Richmond, Va.
476. The Cudaby Packing Co., Portland, Oreg.

M~eat Inspection Ez tended

*889. United Packing Co., South St. Paul, Rlinn., to include Kata & Rifkin
Packing Co., J. B. Kiasow~itz, Jacob Feinherg &r Co., Joe Schaffer, M~inne-
sota Packing Co., and Dakota Packing Co.

*Conducts slaughtering.
69298--29 6g


Y*ulr~~~r. 1~








70 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Auxuat,

Change in Name of Olcial Establishment
48. Chicago Kosher Prodtrets Co., 3851--50 South Halsted Street, Chiicago, Ill.,
and Sinati Kiosber Sausage Factory, Kosher Star Sausage Mig. Co.,
United Kosher Sausage Co., Newberry Kosher Sausage Mfg. Co., and
Levi~n's Sinal Kosher Sausage Factory, inst-end of previous name and
subsidiaries.
662. Chicago Kosher Products Co., 1002-1010 MWaxwell Street, Chicago, Ill.,
and Sinal Kosher Sausage Factory, Kosher Star Sausage Mfg. Co.,
United Kiosher Sausage Clo., Newberry Kosher Sausage Mfg. Co., and
Levin's Sinai Kosher Sa.usage Factory, instead of previous name and
su bsidiaries.

Change in Address of O1Bcial Establishment
70. E. A. Debroisse, mail, P. O. box 554, W~oonsocket, R. I., instead of P. O.
box 306.
704. D. Goldstein, 1726 Linn Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, instead of 21 Mercer
Street.
Change of Olrial in Charge
Dr. A. Wr. Combs succeeds Dr. W. F. Osborn as inspector in charge of meat
inspection at. Fostoria, Ohio.
Dr. 8. H. Still succeeds Dr. C. J. Beckier (deceased) as inspector in charge at
Baton Rouge, La.
Change in Address of Offcial in Charge
Dr. L. P. McArdle, Box 378; office at Swift & Co., Watertown, 8. Dak.
Dr. J. G. Fish, Capitol Building, Tallahassee, Fla., instead of 7-8 Lerirs Bank
Building.
Note
Establishment 504, A. H. March Packing Co., Bridgeport, .Pa., no longer
conducts slaughtering; remove asterisk from directory.
Correction

Page 36 of the directory, under Grand Forks, N. Dak.; the o~fficial number of
The Northern Packing Co. is *969, not 996.
New Station
South Kortright, N. Y'., meat inspection, Dr. A. W. Kay, in charge, care Dela-
wrare Packing Co.
New Substation
Santa Ana, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif.



NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
Certific~t~es requlired by B. A. I. Order 305 aind instructions issued thereunder,
which bear the official title of the high official of the foreign country as specified
below, w~ill be acceptable w\ith alnimarl dealings offered for imlportation into the
United States.
The certificates must also b~ear t~he signatulre of the high official of t.he national
governmjent hasvinig juirisdictiojn over the health of animals in the foreign country
illn hichi the C3sinrgs originated, but ow~ing toi the fact that the hiigh officials are
changed from t~ime to- time it is impracticable to publish,tbheir names.
Orficial title Foreign country
Secretary to the GoveP-rrrrnmen of Bomba)ZY in
charge o~f thec agricultuiral departmnentt.__. Government of Bombayr, India.
The notice in Sierv'ice and Reguilatory Anlnouncements of September, 1928,
is hereby rev'okedc so~ far as the Governme~nt. o~f Bomibay, India, is concerned.













ADDITION TO IJST OF PERMITTED DYES

By a decision of the Food, Drug, and Insecticide Administration, effective
September 15, 1929, one new dye, Brillialt. Blue F. C. F., w~ill be made available
ton that date and may be used in conformuity w~ith the mieat-inspection reguila-


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN JULY, 1929, UNDER FEDERAL MEAT IN-
SPECTION IN DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES IN THE
FOLLOWING TABLE


Station Cat~tle Calves Sheep Goats Swine


Baltimore ................... ................ 6, 889 1,3541 3,;95 I..~..~.... 4 8, 742
Buffalo....~........ ........... ..... ...~.. 9 473 3, 250 9, 102 ).......... 0 9, 219
Chicago ................... .................. 131,3.31 38, 308 252, 287 320 587, 590
Cincinnati.....~......................... ... 1223 70341 i E8,1 3 7, 542
Cleveland.......... ................... .... 729 6, 764 12, 529 ..... 57, 359
Denver.................... .............. 6,1984 1, 829 12, 067 1.......... 19. 758
Detroit..............~...................... 6. 157 ;, 17,976 ).......... 89,156f
Fort W'orth. ................... ..... ........ 32, 225 32, 408 33, 542 2,0106 25, 033
Indianapolis............................... 16, 124 41, 219 11, 049...... 89, 797
Kansas City............ ................... .. 61.773 1,7 0,8 88 241,411
lIi ilau kee ................ ................ 12, 270 23.,533 5, 5417 2 11I1, 626
National Stock Yards .............. ..... ... 27, 380 11, 688 66, 313 1.......... 12,7
New Ytork.................... ............. 32, 406 5;, 216 224, 828 15 83, 600@
Omaha.....................~............... 74.849l 3, 904 137, 055 9 21-1, 433
Philadel ph ia...... ~............... .... ~... .... 5, 639 8,04 2, 61 ..... 63, 847
St. Louis. ................... ............. .. 13, 842 81, 34 10),1 iO ..........( 136, 525
Sioux City .................. .............. 33, 877 1, 995 31,463 ..~........1 127, 756
South St. Josepb.............. 26, 653 5, 517 87, 7141 3 95, 107
South St. Paul. ................... .......... 3(, 943 45, 559 19. 377 ..........l 147,.049
Wichita............................~...... 5, 458 1, 563 3, 554 5 53, 312
All other establishments. ................... 141, 239 ;5, 110 186, 427 523 1, 134, 709

Total: July, 1929... ................... 706,084l 362, 623 1,254, 810 2, 974 3, 596, ;80
July,. 1928. ................. .... 662, 331 361, 564 1,0;6, 307 921 2, 984,203
? mombhs ended July, 1929...... 4. 617, 126 2, 682, 88r0 7, 792, 9241 12, 200 28, 772, 219
7 months ended July, 1928...... 4,75i, 357 2, 835, 19 7, 333,iP 72 a 682 30, 791, 477
New Y'ork, Brookln, Jersey City, n
Newasrk 1................. 39,4116 63, 917 275, 098 15 153, 479

t The slaughter figures for this group of cities are included in the figures above for '"New York "' and "'All
other establishments" and are combined here to show the total in the greater New Y'ork; district.
Horses slaughtered in July, 1929.............. ..... .. ................... ................... 15,~ 550
Horses slaughtered in July, 1928. ............... ........................~.......................1,5
7 months ended July, 1929~..~_.......................... ........._ .... ........._ .... 5,4
7 months ended July, 1928..........................__........._ ........._ ............6,3
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 156,384,7;58 inspection pounds; compound and ot her substitutes,
841,906,715 inspection pounds; sausage, 73,592.155 inspection pounds.
Corresponding inspections for July, 1928: Lard, 125,170.1 11 Inspertion pounds; compound and ot her sub-
stit utes, 37,910,056 inspection pounds; sausage, 67,872,256 Inspect ion pounds.


EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE
IMPORTANT MA1RKETS, JULY, 1929


Retained for tuberculosis

StationTol
slaughter Tol Passed forl Con-
cookring demned

Cattle:
Chicago~...... ............................_ ................ 131,331 49 139 635
Kansars City............................................... 64, 773 147 9 32
Ornba.................... .............. ...... ........._. 74, 849 552 30 69
Swine:
Chicago.... ...._.................. 587, 590 86, 956 1, 398 1, 186
Kansas Cit).................. .........._ ..... 241,74- 1 12, 459 15-1 137
Omabs.............~............................... 214, 433 21,784 224 232


1920]


SERVICE A'ND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS













CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, JUNE, 1929


Cause Cattle Calves Bheep Swine


Emaciation.......~-~-..~.~. ....~..-.-.~. ...........-.......... 343 96 370 45
Hog cholera ~ ___l. ...... ..-..~-.~... .. ......... ........-~~ ....I~.~......~~~ ... .. .. 762
Inflammatory diseases......-~-~--~~............................ 865 17417 1, 808
Im m aturity. _... ... ..... ...................... ...... .... .... 1_........ 56 .......... ..........
Tuberculosis.~.-. ~~-~........................................... 2, 301 33 -........_ 4, 596
All other causes--~---. ...........~-~~.......................... 940) 186 633 3, 932
T otal.......... ......... .......... ......... ......... 4, 449 528 1, 320 11, 203


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS

The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during July,
1929, with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals


Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats



Canada._-~~~....... ..~.~.............................- .. ........ 25, 770 840 231 6
Austra~la.~.....~...........~... I......~~~.~ I ~~~....................... ....... ...... 4 .....
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)......... ......... 72 .. ... .........
Total: July, 18929........................................ 39,554 840O 236 6
July, 1928.... ............... 29, 418 016 208 56
7 mont hs ended July, 1929~.~.~.................~.. 327, 9189 1, 361i 21, 980 108B
? mont hs ended July, 1928..~~~~~~--.. ~~............21 18, 476 20, 457 230


Imports of' meat and meal food products


Fresh and refrigerated
Country f exortCured and Other meat Total
Counry f exortcanned products weight
Beef Other

Pounds Pounds Pounrds Pounds Pounds
Argentina. ~....._..... ~.. __~........................... 5, 834, 636 00, 711 5, 925, 347
A ustraia-... _.............................. 53, 64 1 13 3 .. 940 69, 215
Brazil_.... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. ...........~ 666, 340 2 666, 351
Canada~~~~-~~_..__~._.................... 1, 088, 186 984, 420 938, 456 280, 025 3, 291, 087
New Zealand.............................. 2, 277, 729 541, 791 ........~... 12, 549 2, 835, 069
Pairaguay ~.~... ~~..~......................... ......... 885, 521 .......... .. 885, 521
Uruguay.~~~~~...~........._..~........................ 5, 615, 020 118. 741 5, 734, 661
Other countries~~..~..................~-~_- ._I.......... 1........~.. 35, 677 70, 627 106, 304

Totl: uly 199...............3, 419, 556 1, 542, 845 13, 976, 559 574, 595 19, 513, 555
July, 128 ............._....._ 1, 652, 010 1. 706, 502 6, 644, 604 608, 498 10, 611, 614
7 months ended July, 1929.._.. 20, 350, 704 9, 165, 824 60, 772, 454 6, 336, 287 96, 625, 260
7 months ended July, 1928.... 13, 061, 876 10, 461, 094 42, 128, 883 6, 670, 689 72, 322, 542

Condemned in July, 1929: Beef, 532 pounds; pork, 602 pounds; total, 1,1341 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, 2,486 pounds; pork, 317 pounds; total, 2,803 pounds.

FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL

The following is an additional name and facsimile signature of a foreign national
government official authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for
meat and meat food products offered for importation into the United States:


Country and name Signature




Lawrence abGSOn.......


BUREAU OF ANTM~AL INDUSTRY


[August,.


































































79, 18
5,30


39, 07



14, 22
64, 78
915

2,187
4,80
3,88
8, 305

S5601

9386



12, 681
8, 30




959, 856 1


Total..8,48


I Report not in.


-1929]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Tuberculin tests
during month


Total to date


Once- Ac- Herds
tested cred- under
free ited su per-
herds herds vision


5, 717 305 8310
8, 25 4 8 38
2, 8 17 9, 175
3,66, j611201 6., 8
94 .16 1,82

3, 579 2, 146 6, 49
7, 9201 2041 8,54
27,1131 271 27, 14
33, 6371 55i 36, 867
142, 710 5, 4061 160, 742
128. 944 27, 2271 178, 473

105, 5991 3, 1891 176, 30

83, 687 5)51 84, 752
72, 32-1 601 :4,130
8, 2291 1; 8, 597
43,0251 70 3,817
15, 109 7, 406l 28, 20
2, 12 1, 3S 4, 210
170,17 I 172, 756
81, 48,3 ,13 95, 00
5,79 251 5, 821
72, ~193 2161 76, 185

31,42 91 31,87
68.994 116 69,476
1, 261 11 1, 5;2

2,095( 3, 36 6,02
3, 971 2, 891 10, 004

2, 070 2 2, 151

26, 6491 69, 2341 106, 114
256,5301 304( 257,3)11

52, 8481 5, 3?3 64, 219
177, 3;1 ;93 184, 389

126 292 36

50, 90 45 51, 457
106, 459 5,46 124, 407


59,9701 1021 60, 13
8,6688 1,2101 10,06
62,4621 1701 62,757
3951 2121 1,122

31 101 11,579

5,5021 6,9751 22,42

20, 639( 1, 2801 22, 178

4L1, 8751 671 45, 68
49, 0041 1, 1901 50, 88

146, 068 10, 330) 159, 44
9, 0811 4 11, 34

2, 217, 9881171, 896 2, 597, 312


ts tsted re-
acted


362 74521 3
2191 2,30 19

471 8, 54 137

564, 6971 446
liM 2, 0081 110
I 121 0
82 47651 18
82-1 7,832l 8
205, 6331 27
9151 37, 0031 766
7221, 7~971 79

4121 78, 336) 784

08 8, 757 41
70 5, 3721 3

966, 698; 39
3101 3,305~ 16
2512, 800. 113

566, 1361 432
;0? 64, 2611 388
80136, 3951 I, 250
58 3, ;51 1
85 8,331 2


7351 24,9641 129
64l 2,59 0

36 3, 76 154
39 3,110 119


R. E. Jackson...
F. L. Schneidler.

R. Snyder....-...
W\. E. Howe~....
R. L. Smith.....
E. B. Simonds..
A. E. WVight...
J. G;. Fish.._.....
A. L. Birleman.
W. A. Sulhvasn..
J. J. Lintner....
J. E. Osbson~....

J. A. Barger.....

N. L. Townsend.
W'. F. Biles...

G. T. Cole~._...
G. H. Caldwfell.
E. B. Simonds..

E. A. Crossman.
T. S. Rich~._....
Wv. J. Fretz .~...
H. Robbus.....
Ralph Grabam..

J. W'. M~urdoc .
A. H. Franc~is~...
L. C. Butter-
field.
E. A. Crossman.
W~. O. M1iddle-
ton.
F. L. Schneider.

B. B. Leonard..
Wi. C. Deodin-
ger.
H. H. Cohenojur.
A. J. De Fosset .

L. J. Allen..~.~..

S. B. Foster..-...
J. B. Reid y~....
E. A. Crossman.

W~. K. Lewis....
J. O. W'ilson....
Hl. MI. O'Rear...
H. L. Darby....

F. E.Mnurray~..

L. B. AIdams....

R. E. Brook-
bank.
J. C. E zline.~....
H. M2. Newlon..

J. S. Healy......
John T. Dallas..


State






Ariz_........



Conn~......

D. C.......
Fla_.........

Idabo-......

Ind~.....-..


Isowa~. ....


Kans_........






La. ........
Me.........
Md. .......



M ch._......






Mont...... .


N. H.......
N. J........

N. Mex....






N. Dak...


State official


He~
lo












1,

3,
2,

I,

1,




1,


7 ,
7,







1,






2, (
4, i



2,
8,










2, t

1,
1,


421
bl?

628
960

25

138
226
61

591
212

181

795


C. A. Cary, Auburn.
R. J. H ight, Phoenix.
J. H. Bua, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
J. nI. W~;hittlesey, Hartford.
O. A. N'ewton, Bridgerille.

J. V. Knapp, Tallabassee.
J. MI. Sutton, Atlanta.
A. J. Dick man, Boise.
D. WT. Robison, Springfield.
Frank B. Browfn, Indian-
apolis.
AT. O. Thornburg, Des
Marines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. W~est morland, Frank-
fort.
E. P. Flowfer, Baton Rouge.
H. hr. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George, Balti-
more.
E. F. Richardson, Boston.
B. J. Killtam, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
R. V'. Rafnel, Jackson.
H. A. WVilson, JetTerson
City.
WT. J. Butler, Belena.
C. B. Hays, ~incoln.
Edwfard Records, Reno.

A4. L. Felk~er, Concord.
J. H. M~cNeil, Trenoon.

M~at Keenan, Albuquer-
que.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
W'illiam Mroore, Raleigh.

W. F. Crewfe, Bismarck.
C. MlcCandless, Colum-
bus.
C. C. Bisel, Oklaboma
City.
WT. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. Alunce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
WV. K. Lewis, Columbia.
T. H. Ruth, Pierre.
J. Mc. Jones, Nashville.
N. F. Williams, Fort
Worth.
WV. H. Hendricks, Salt
Lake City.
Edward H. Jones, M~ont-
pehter.
H. C. Givens, Richmond.

Robert Prior, Ojlympia.~
John W'. Smith, Charles-
tOD.
W~alter A. Duffy, M~adison.
B. D. Port, Cheyenne.


6, 240
0

198
1, 253

10


2, 407
100

0


47








149



.7,094


I


SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, JULY, 1929









74 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [August,

PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS

In accordance w~ith the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, governing the inter-
state movement of livestock, the bureau has granted permission for the use of
the following saponified erresol solutions, in the general disinfection of cars,
yards, and other premises:
To the P. Mr. Frank Disinfecting Co., 494 Broome Street, New Y'ork, N. Y.,
for the use of "Cardis."
To Z. D. Gilman, 627 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C., for the use
of "Crestall Dip"' under the name of Kresoligr," which is identical with "LCrestaall
Dip manufactured by Baird & McGuire (Inc.), Holbrook, Mass.


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


Period Total serum C m un mlod So ,rsu s uiz
Mmle~dcleared v u-us

C. c. c. c. Ce. c. e. C. e.
JulyI 1920._. ...................... 107, 271, 526 68, 372, 864 70, 352, 263 9, 737, 798 23, 560, 110
July, 1928.................... .... 72, 601, 340 50,9013, 300 61,064,887 8, 114, 830 15,938 5413
7 months, ended July, 1929. .. ... 612, 758, 235 441, 1'22, 608 518, 786, 70" 38, 503, 437 138, 059, 094
7 mombhs ended July, 1928....... 501, 616, 017 328, 120, 752 376, 663, 941 35, 270, 738 1091, 356, 988


LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JULY, 1929

License No. 9 was issued July 3, 1929, to the Lederle Antitoxin Laboratories,
M;iddletown Road, near Pearl River, N. Y'., for abortion vaccine (bovine);
anthrax spore vaccine; antianthrax serum; antiblackleg serum; anticanine-
distemper serum; antihemorrhagic-septicemia serum (bovine); antihemorrhagic-
septicemia serum (porcine) ; anti-hog-cholera serum; anti-i nfuensa serum (eq ui ne) ;
ant~imastittis serum (bovine); antistreptbococcie serum (equine); antiswine-
erysipelas serum (suero contra el mal rojo); antiwhite-scours serum (bovine);
autogenous vaccine; avian t~uberculin; blackleg aggression; blackleg filtrate;
blackleg vaccine, chicken-pox vaccine; equine-influenza mixed vaccine; hemor-
rhagic-septicemia aggression; hemorrhages septicemia combined vaccine (for
cattle.); hemorrhagic-septicem~ia combined vaccine (for sheep); hemorrhagic-
septicemia combined vaccine (for swine); hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine (for
fowls); hog-cholera virus; mallein; mastitis mixed vaccine (.bovine)i; mixed
bacterial vaccine (bovine); mixed bacterial vaccine (equine); mixed bacterial
vaccine (for fowl), mixed bacterial vaccine (for swine); rabies vaccine; staphylo-
coccus combined vaccine (equine); streptococcus combined vaccine (equine);
sw~ine-erysipelas vaccine (cultivos del mal rojo); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin;
white-scours vaccine mixed (for calves).
License No. 158 w~as issued July 9, 1929, to the Globe Laborat~ories, Fostepco
Heights, near Fort Wi~orth, Tex., for chicken-pox vaccine.
License No. 186 w~as issued July 23, 1929, to t.he Gochenour-Collins Labora-
tories (Inc.), near Glenmont, Md., for blackleg bacterin.
LICENSES TERMINATED IN JULY, 1929
Licenses No. 9, issued January 1, 1921, February 83, 1921, May 24, 1922,
February 5, 192'7, March 16, 1928, and June 7, 1929, to the Lederle Antitoxin
Laboratories, Middletown Road, near Pearl River, N. Y., w~ere terminated Ju~ly
3, 1929, on account of changes in production of products involved, and a new
license of the same number, dated July 3, was issued, as indicated above.
License No. 341-A, issued Mlarchi 1, 1929, t~o the Peters Serum Co., Colorado
Springs, Colo., was terminated July 9, 1929, without prejudice.























































1 Fract ions denote men devoting part time to bog-cholera--control work.

PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT

Docket No. 291.--In re Nashville Union Stock Y'ards (Inc.), Nashville, Tenn.
On blay 9, 1929, the Nashville Union Stock Y~ards (Inc.), filed a schedule of
rates increasing yardage charges on all classes of livestock with the exception of
horses and mules. On June 15, 1929, the acting Secretary of Agriculture sus-
pended these rates and ordered an inquiry into the reasonableness of all charges.
A hearing was held from July 1 to 8. ;The case w~as argued before the acting
.Secretary on July 30 and a finding made on August t2. Increases in yardage
-charges som~ewhat less thani asked for w~ere allowed, and the differential between
the price paid for corn and hay b t he company anid the price charged t he shipper
was materially reduced. The new rates were ordered to become effective August
16, 1929.


NOTICE REGARDING REQUESTS FOR TRANSFER

Several times in recent, months the bureau has been embarrassed by employees'
.declining to accept transfer after requests for such transfer had received favor-
able action. Such declinations caused extra correspondence for the bureau,
and also needless expense, labor, and trouble to employees from other stations
wRho w~ere selected to fill the vacancies and had made preparations to report by
giving up living quarters, packing household goods, etc.
Hereafter, requests for transfer will be entered on the records for one y'ear
from date of the request., and employees w~ill be expected to proceed at once to
any of the stations named in the request without expense to the bureau when
.duly notified within the year.
If after making the request an em~ploy-ee wishes to withdrawn: the name of any
.of the stations included in the request, such withdrawal must be gi\en to the
bureau before the W'ashington office has taken any- action to transfer him.
All requests for transfer niot renewed at the expiration of one year will be
automatically canceled.


19291


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Demonst rat ions



N bear Hogs
umtreated



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Out-
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49
1

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39

6
22
4
1
6

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Bureau
veteri-
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engaged
in workl


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quaran-
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or
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118
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96
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106


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formed


State


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3 .... .


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Ark......~..~...... 1. 5
Calif. .............. .06
Colo.........~....... I
Fla.................I 1.3
Ga............~..... 1.3
Idaho_.~............ I
Ill....~.......~......I 3
Ind .. .. 2
Iowa.....~....~.....2
Kans.............. .5
Ky.................1 I
La...........~....... 1
Ald.~.....~..........2
1Vich............... 2
~liss............ ....: 1.0 O-
Ala.............. ... I
Nebr...............l 1
N. C.... .5
Obio........ I
Okla~...~..... ... 2
S. C........ .. i 1
S. Dak......~.......' .25
Tenn.....~.......... 1
Tex.. ...........~... 1
Va.. ............... I
W~ash ............... ( 1. 5
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Wis................ I 1

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PAYMENT FOR BOOKS ANID SU lqCB1IPT-IONQ TOi-,PaIiggypiggsi:
Books and subscriptions to periodicals are not properly purobsasalje urjder'
letters of authorization, and are obtainable only through the WasBhington of~ee.

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR1 VIOLATIONS. OF LAWS~B
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula-
tory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-eight-Hour larw
Atchison, Topekaz &r Santa Fe Railway Co. (3 eases), $300 penalties.
Baltimuore &r Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty .
Chesapeake &: Ohio Railroad Co., 8100 penalty.
Chicago, Burlington &r Quiney Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties.
Chicago &r Nort.hwestern Railway Co. (5 cases), 8500 penalties.
Chicago, Rock Island &r Gulf Ra~ilroad Co. $100 penalty .
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Coe. (3 cases), 8300 penalties.
Colorado &r Southern Railroad Co., $100 penalty,
Denver &r Rio Grande W~Sestern Railroad Co. (4 cases), 8400 penalties.
Erie Railroad Co., 3100 penalty.
Indiana Ha.rbor Belt Railroad Co. (12 cases), $1,200 penalties.
Louisiana Railway &t Navigation Co. of Texas, 8100 penalty.
Missouri-Kansias-Teass Railroad Co. (6 cases), 8600 penalties.
Mlissouri Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Minneapolis, St. Paul &r Sault Ste. Marie Railway Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties.
New Yorki Centra~l Railroad Co. (3 cases), 8300 penalties.
Northern Pacific Railroad Co. (6 cases), 3600 penalties.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. $100 penalty.
St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co., 8100 penalty.
Texas &r Pacific Railw~ay,Co. (4 cases), $4300 penalties.
Livestock.Quarantine law
Rush B. Chambers, Kirtbyr\ille, Tex., driving cattle interstate without inspec-
tion, dipping, and certification, $100 fine.
Great Northern Ra~ilroad Co., interstate transportation of one dead sheep in
the same car with live animals, $100 fine.
M~ack Hinson, Fort Smith, Ark., interstate shipment of cattle without inspee-
tion, dipping, and certification, 8250 fine, suspended for two years on good
behavior.
1\linneapolis, St. Paul &r Sault Ste. Marie Railway Co., failure to mark wayl
bill Tuberculous cattle," 8100 fine.
The Tw~ent~y-sixth Street. Ferry Co., Bradricki, Ohio, interstate transportation
of two cattle without tuberculin test, $100 fine.
MCeat-Inspection Law
Platt R. Harby, Walton, N. Y., was fined 325 for interstate transportation of
diseased meat.

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
(The bureau keeps no mading list fo~r sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to
officers in charge of stations and offices. These pubbecations should be regarded as notification copies..
So far as possible additional copies w~ill be furnished on request.]
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1054. The Loco-W~eed Disease. Revised by the-
authors, C. Dwight M~arsh, Pathological Division, and Wl. WT. Eggleston, Bureau
of Plant Industry. Pp. 26, figs. 19.
Amendment 3 to B. A. I. Order 317, declaring the following-named counties-
to be modi~ed accredited areas for a period of three years from August 1, 1920:
Bartow and Gordon, Ga.; Cass and Vanderburg, Ind.; Calhoun, Fremont, and
Jackson, Iow~a; Barren, Bath, Fayette, Lee, Logan, and Scott, Ky.; Redwood,
Mlina.; Monroe, N. Y.; Medina, Ohio (expires July 31, 1930); Blair, Fayette,
Monroe, and Union, Pa.; parts of Lamoille, Vt.; and Morgan, WT. Va. The
following-named counties have been reaccredited for a period of three years
from the same date: Mlenard, Ill.; Osage, Kans.; Hilledale, Mich.; Ralls, .LVI.*
Hamilton, Nebr.; Carteret, Columbus, and Orange, N. C.; and C~amero~n it~la.
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Pfl0R1o~ ~<,, , \(P ,:,:, [:.-4.J 2 S . R. A.-B. A. I. 268 > .., I ssued September, 1929 ;:; United States Departmenf' ~ A g ricul 1 SERVICE AND REGULATORY AN N O M ENTS BUREAU OF A N I MAL INDUST R Y AUGUST, 1929 [Th is publication i s issue d monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc., con cerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the servi c e of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers whos e duti es make it desirable for them to have such information , and j ou rnals es pecia lly concerned. O thers desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing O ffice, Washington , D. C., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A supply will be sent to each official in charge o f a station o r branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copie to members of hi s force. A fil e sho ul d be kept at ea c h station for reference.] CONTENY'9 P&&'e C hanges in directory __________________ _ _ _ ________ . _______________ ---___ -__ ---____ _ --__ _ __ _ __ 69 Notice~ regardi~g meat i~pecti~~--_ ___________________________________ -----___ ---_ -__ _ _ _ _ 70 A nuna1 casrngs of foreign ongm ________________________________________________________ -__ _ __ _ iO Addition to the list of p ermitted dyes__________________________________________________________ 71 A n imals slaughtered under Federal meat inspe ct ion, July. 1929_____________________________________ 71 Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, July, 1929_______________ 7l Causes of condemnation of carcasses, June, 1929____________________________________________________ 72 Imports of food aniIIJ.als and of meats and me a t food products during July, 1929______________________ 72 Foreign meat-inspection official ______ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 72 Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, July, 1929_ __________________ 73 Permitted disinfect ants ________________________________________________ .___________________________ 74 Anti-hog-cholera serum and hogcholera virus produced unde r licenses______________________________ 74 S ummary of hog-cholera-control work , July, 19'.<9______________________________ _____________________ 75 P roceedings u n der the packers and stockyards act__________________________________________________ 75 Notice regarding requests for transfer______________________________________________________________ 75 Payment for books and subscriptions to periodicals________________________________________________ 76 Res ults of prosecutions for violations of laws___ _ __________________________________________________ 76 New p u blications of the bureau_________________ ___________________________________________________ 76 CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat Inspection Granted 21. W . H . Booth & Co. (Inc. ), 1121 East First Street, Santa Ana, Calif. 2 20. Woolner Packing Co. 210-214 North Green Street, Chicago, Ill. 237 . Hermitage Lard Co . (Inc.), Hermitage Road and Leigh Street, Richmond, Va. *513. D elaware Packing Co. (Inc. ), South Kortright, N. Y. Meat In spe ction Withdrawn 2 37 . Old Vir ginia Ham Co ., Richmond, Va. 476 . The Cudahy P a c king Co., Portland, Oreg . Meat Inspection Extended * 889 . United Packi ng Co., South St. Paul, M inn. , to include Katz & Rifkin P ack i ng Co . , J. B. Kasowitz, Jacob Feinberg & Co. , Joe Schaffer, Minne sota . P ack i ng Co., and Dakota Packing Co. • C ond uc t s s laughte r ing. 692 98-29 69

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r 70 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [August, Change in Name of Official Establishment 48. Chicago Kosher Products Co., 3351-59 South Halsted Street, Chicago, Ill., and Sinai Kosher Sausage Factory, Kosher Star Sausage Mfg. Co., United Kosher Sausage Co., Newberry Kosher Sausage Mfg. Co., and Levin's Sinai Kosher Sausage Factory, instead of previous name and subsidiaries. 662. Chicago Kosher Products Co., 1002-1010 Maxwell Street, Ch'icago, Ill., and Sinai Kosher Sausage Factory, Kosher Star Sausage Mfg. Co., United Kosher Sausage Co., Newberry Kosher Sausage Mfg. Co., and Levin's Sinai Kosher Sausage Factory, instead of previous name and subsidiaries. Change in Address of Official Establishment 70. E. A. Debroisse, mail, P. 0. box 554, Woonsocket, R. I., instead of P. 0. box 306. 704. D. Goldstein, 1726 Linn Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, instead of 21 Mercer Street. Change of Official in Charge Dr. A. W. Combs succeeds Dr. W. F. Osborn as inspector in charge of meat inspection at Fostoria, Ohio. Dr. S. H. Still succeeds Dr. C. J. Becker (deceased) as inspector in charge at Baton Rouge, La. Change in Address of Official in Charge Dr. L. P. McArdle, Box 378; office at Swift & Co., Watertown, S. Dak. Dr. J. G. Fish, Capitol Building, Tallahassee, Fla., instead of 7-8 Lewis Bank Building. Note Establishment 504, A. H. March Packing Co., Bridgeport, .Pa., no longer conducts slaughtering; remove asterisk from directory. Correction Page 36 of the directory, under Grand Forks, N. Dak.; the official number of The Northern Packing Co. is *969, not 996. New Station South Kortright, N. Y., meat inspection, Dr. A. W. Kay, in charge, care Delaware Packing Co. New Subst:i.tion Santa Ana, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION ANIM A L CASINGS OF F0REIG N ORIGIN Certific a t es require d b y B. A . I. Orde r 3 05 and instructions issued thereunder, which bear the offic i a l tit l e o f the h igh offic i a l o f the foreign c ountry a s specified b e low, will b e acceptabl e , Y ith animal casings offe r e d for importation i nto the Unite d Sta t es . The c e rtificat e s must n l so bear the s ignature o f the high o ffici a l o f the national government having jurisdi ction over the health o f anima ls in the for eign country in whic h t h e ca i ngs orig inated , but o>';ing to the fac t tha t the high offic i a ls are changed from t ime to t ime i t i s impracticabl e t o p u blish ,their nam e s. Offici a l tit l e Forei g n count r y S ecre t a r v t o the G ve rnment o f Bomb a y i n charg e of the agricu ltural department:__ Government o f B ombay, India . The noti ce i n Se r v i ce and R e g u lator y Announcements of Septembe r, 192 , i h e reby r e voked s far as the Government o f Bombay, India , i c o ne rne d.

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1929) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 71 ADDITION TO LIST O F PERMITTED DYES B y a decision o f the Food, Drug, and Insecticide Administrati on, effective September 15 , 1929 , one new dye, Brilliant Blue F. C. F., will be made available on that date and may be used in conformity with themeat-inspection regulations. ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED IN JULY, 1929, UNDER FEDERA L MEAT INSPECTION IN DISTRICTS REPRESENTED BY THE CITIES IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE Station Baltimore __________________________________ _ Buffa lo _____________________________________ _ g~~~~ati-=== = = = = = = = == = = = = = == = == == == = === = = = = C leveland ________________________________ _ Denver _____________________________________ _ Detroit _____________________________________ _ Fort Worth _________________________________ _ India n a p o li s ________________________________ _ K a n sas C ity ________________________________ _ Milwaukee. ________________________________ _ National tock Yards _______________ _______ _ New York __________________________________ _ Omaha _____________________________________ _ Philadelphia ____________________________ St. Louis ___________________________________ _ Sio u x City __________________________________ _ South St. Joseph ___________________________ _ South St. Paul. ____________________________ _ Wichita ____________________________________ _ All other establishments ____________________ _ Total : July, 1 929. ____________________ _ July, 1928 _____________________ _ 7 months ended July, 1929 _____ _ 7 months ended July, 1928 _____ _ New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and Newark! _________________________________ _ Cattle 6,889 9,473 131, 331 12, 273 7,299 6, 9 4 6,157 32,225 16, 124 64, 773 12, 270 27,380 32,406 74,849 5,639 13, 842 33,877 26,653 3 , 943 5,458 141,239 706,084 662,331 4, 617, 126 4,756,357 39,416 Calves 1,354 3 ,250 38,308 7,034 6,764 1,829 7,117 32,408 4,219 17, 671 23,533 11, 6 8 57,2 1 6 3,904 8,041 , 534 1,995 5,51 7 45,559 1 ,563 75, 119 362,623 361,564 2,682,8 0 2,835,419 63,917 Sheep 3, 798 9,102 252,2 7 8,619 12, 529 12,067 7,976 33,842 11,049 107,485 5,547 66,313 224,82 137,055 23,618 10, 160 31,463 87, 714 19,377 3,554 1 86,427 1,254, 10 1,076,307 7,792,924 7,333,727 275,098 Goats 320 3 2,006 88 2 15 9 3 5 523 2,974 921 12,200 7,682 15 Swine 48,742 69,219 5 7,59 0 77,542 57,359 19, 758 89,156 25,033. 89, 797 241 , 741 111, 626i 122,879 83,600 214,433 63,847 136,525 127, 756 95,107 147,049 53,312 1, 134, 709 3,596,780 2,984,203 28,772,219 30,791,477 153,479 1 The s l a u ghter figures for this g r oup of cities a r e included in the figures above for "New York" and "All other establishments" and are combined here to show the total in the greater New Yor k district. Horses slaughtered in July, 1929 ___________________________________________________________________ 15, 559 Horses s l a ughtered in July, 1928. __________________________________________________________________ 12, 356 7 months ended July, 1929 ______________________ . __________________________________________________ 58, 249 7 months ended July, 1928 _______________________________ _ _ ________________________________________ 65, 235 Inspections oflard at a ll establishments, 156, 3 4,75 inspection pounds; compound and other s ubstitutes, 3 4,906,715 inspection pounds; sausage, 73,592,155 inspection pounds. Corresponding inspections for July, 1928: Lard, 125,170,111 i nspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 37,910, 056 inspection pounds; sau sage, 67, 72,256 inspection pounds. EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MA/RKETS, JULY, 1929 Retained for tuberculosis Station Total s l a ughter Passed for Con-Total cooking demned Cattle: Chicago ___________________________________________________ _ Kansas City ______________________________________________ _ Omaha ____________________________________________________ _ Swine: 131,331 4 , 199 139 635 64,773 147 9 32 74,849 552 30 69 Chicago ___________________________________________________ _ Kansas City ______________________________________________ _ Omaha __________________________________________________ _ _ _ 587,590 86,956 1 ,398 1 , 186 241, 741 12,459 154 137 214, 433 21, 784 224 232

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72 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [August, CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, JUNE, 1929 Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine Emaciation _________ ,__________________________________________ 343 96 370 45 Hog cholera____________________________________________________ _ __ _ ___ _ _ _ ___ __ _ _ _ __ ___ __ ___ _ _ 762 Inflammatory diseases_________________________________________ 865 157 417 1, 868 Immaturity____________________________________________________ _ _ __ __ __ __ 56 ___________________ _ Tuberculosis___________________________________________________ 2,301 33 __________ 4,596 All other causes________________________________________________ 940 186 533 3, 932 Total ___________________________________________________ _ 4,449 528 1,320 11,203 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during July, 1929, with figures for other periods for comparison. Imports off ood animals Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats Mexico_________________________________________________________ 1:1, 712 __________ 1 _________ _ Canada________________________________________________________ 25,770 840 231 6 Australia_______________________________________________________ _ ___ ____ _ _ _ ___ __ ___ _ 4 _________ _ Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)__________________________________ 72 _____________________________ _ Total: July, 1929 _________________________________________ 1 39,554 840 236 6 July, 1928_________________________________________ 29,418 916 208 56 7 months ended July, 1929________________________ 327,989 1,361 21,980 108 7 months ended July, 1928 ________________________ 1 241,157 18,476 20,457 230 Imports of meat and meat food products Fresh and refrigerat6d Cured and Other meat Country of export canned products Beef Other Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Argentina _________________________________ -----------------------5,834,636 90, 711 Australia __________________________________ 53,641 13,634 ------------1,940 Brazil _____________________________________ -----------------------666,349 2 Oanada ____________________________________ 1,088,186 984,420 938,456 280,025 New Zealand ______________________________ 2,277,729 544,791 ------------12,549 Paraguay __________________________________ -----------------------885,521 ------------Uruguay ________________________________ _ ------------------------5,615,920 118,741 Other countries ____________________________ -----------------------35,677 70,627 Total: July, 1929 ____________________ 3,419,556 1,542,845 13,976,559 574,595 -July, 1928 ____________________ 1,652,010 1 , 706, 502 6,644,604 608,498 7 months ended July, 1929 ____ 20,350,704 9,165,824 60,772,454 6,336,287 7 months ended July, 1928 ____ 13,061,876 10,461,094 42,128,883 6,670,689 Condemned in July, 1929: Beef, 532 pounds; pork, 602 pounds; total, 1,134 pounds. Refused entry: Beef, 2,486 pounds; pork, 317 pounds; total, 2,803 pounds. FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIAL Total weight -----Pounds 5,925,347 69, 215 666,351 3,291,087 2,835,069 885,521 5,734,661 106,304 19,513, 555 10,611,614 96,625,269 72,322,542 The following is an additional name and facsimile signature of a foreign national government official authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for meat and meat food products offered for importation into the United States: Country and name Signature ENGLAND Lawrence Gibson _____________ _

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• '1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 73 SUMMARY OF TUB ERCUL OSISERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA TION WITH STATES, JULY, 1929 State Tuberculin tests during month Total to date Herds Cat-Once or Cattle tle tested lots tested refree acted herds Ac cred ited herds Herds under super vision Inspector in charge State official ------------1---1----1--------1----------Ala _______ _ Ariz _______ _ Ark _______ _ Calif.. ____ _ Colo ______ _ Conn _____ _ DeL ____ D. C ______ _ Fla ________ _ Ga ________ _ Idaho _____ _ Ill_ ____ Ind _______ _ 362 219 86 471 63 506 194 1 82 1 824 '420 3,915 2,752 7,452 2,360 1,277 8,548 1,923 4,697 2,008 12 4,765 7,832 5,633 37,003 21, 797 3 19 0 137 80 446 140 0 18 8 27 766 '79 5,717 8,252 2,894 6,616 944 3,667 3,579 99 7,920 27,113 33,637 142, 710 12 8,944 305 46 17 120 . 166 2,643 2 ,146 8 204 27 55 5,406 27,227 8,310 8,328 9,175 6,833 1,482 7,022 6,439 107 8,754 27,146 36,867 160, 742 178,473 R. E. Jackson __ _ F. L . Sc hneider_ H. L. Fry ______ _ R. Snyder ______ _ W. E. Howe ___ _ R . L. Smith ____ _ E. B. Simonds __ A. E. Wigh t ___ _ J. G. Fish ______ _ A. L. Hirleman_ W. A. Sul livan __ J. J. Lintner. __ _ J. E. Gibson ___ _ Iowa _______ 4,412 78,33 6 784 105,899 3,189 176,360 J.A.Barger_ ___ _ Kans _______ 1,088 8, 757 Ky_________ 970 5,372 La_________ 296 6,698 Me_________ 310 3,305 Md._______ 1, 225 12, 800 Mass ______ _ Mich ______ _ Minn _____ _ Miss ______ _ Mo _______ _ 556 6,136 7, 070 64, 261 7, 890 136 , 395 588 3, 751 895 8,33 1 Mont._____ (1) (1) Nebr _______ 1, 795 24,964 Nev________ 64 2,549 N. H_______ 356 3, 763 N. L_______ 339 3,110 N. Mex ___ _ 33 238 41 83,687 595 84,752 N. L. Townsend. 3 72,324 60 74,139 W. F. Biles ____ _ 39 16 113 432 388 1,250 1 2 (1) 129 0 154 119 4 8,229 43,025 15,109 2,127 170 , 17 8 81,483 5,793 72,493 17 707 7,496 1,385 74 9 , 139 28 216 31, 429 91 68,994 116 1,261 11 2,095 3,836 3,971 2,891 2,070 23 8,597 G. T. Cole _____ _ 43, 817 G. H. Cald welL 28,529 E. B. Simonds __ 4,219 172,756 95,000 5,821 76,185 E. A. Crossman_ T . S. Rich _____ _ W. J. Fretz ____ _ H. Robbins ____ _ Ralph Graham _ _ 31,897 J. W. Murdoch. 69, 476 A. H. Francis __ _ 1,572 L. C. Butterfield. 6,002 E. A. Crossman_ 10,004 W. G. Middle ton. 2,151 F. L. Schneider. N. y _______ 7,421 79,185 6,240 26,649 69,234 106,114 N.C _ ______ 517 5,379 0 256,530 394 257,311 H. B. Leonard __ W. C. Dendinger. N. Dak ____ 2,628 48,995 198 52,848 5,223 64,219 Ohio_______ 4, 960 39,097 1,253 177,371 793 184,389 H. H. Cohenour_ A. J. De Fosset. Okla ______ _ 25 1,389 10 126 292 436 L. J. Allen _____ _ Oreg _______ 2,138 14,292 71 50,970 465 51,457 S. B. Foster ____ _ Pa _________ 8,226 64,708 2,407 106 ,459 5,465 124,407 J.B. Reidy ____ _ R. L_______ 61 915 100 181 115 430 E. A. Crossman_ s. c _______ _ S. Dak ____ _ Tenn ______ _ Tex _______ _ Utah ______ _ Vt •. ______ _ 591 2, 187 212 4,880 346 3,888 181 8,305 795 5, 601 487 9,386 0 53 0 47 30 462 59,970 8,668 62,462 395 31 5,502 102 1,210 170 242 101 6,975 60,136 W. K. Lewis _ _ _ _ 10,086 J . 0. Wilson ___ _ 62, 757 H. M. O'Rear __ _ 1,122 H. L. Darby ___ _ 11,579 F. E. Murray __ _ 22,492 L. H. Adams _ _ _ _ Va _________ 2,629 11,774 26 20,639 1,280 22,178 R. E. Brook-bank. Wash ______ 1,460 1 2,681 149 41,875 67 45,638 J.C. Exline ____ _ W.Va _____ 1,689 8,360 20 49,004 1,190 50,808 H.M.Newton __ Wis ________ 9, 3 0 6164, 247 829 1 46,068 10,330 159,494 J. S. Healy _____ _ Wyo___ ____ 34 5 1 4 1 9,981 4 11,304 John T. Dallas __ ---I TotaL. 82, 488 9 59, 856 17, 094 2, 217, 988 171,896 2, 597, 312 I 1 Report not i n . C. A. Cary, Auburn. R. J. Hight, Phoenix. J . H. Bux, Little Rock. J. P. Iverson, Sac ramento. C. G. Lamb, Denver. J.M. Whittlesey, Hartford. 0. A. Newton, Bridgeville. J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. J. M. Sutton, Atlanta. A. J . Dickman, Boise. D. W. Robison, Springfield. Frank H. Brown, Indian-apolis. M. G. Thornburg, Des Moines. J. H. Mercer, Topeka. D.E. Westmorland,Frank-fort. E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge . H. M. Tucker, Augusta. 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, Albuquer• que. E.T. Faulder, Albany. William Moore, Raleigh. W. F. Crewe, Bismarck. C. McCandless, 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, Nashville. N. F. Williams, Fort Worth. W. H. Hendricks, Salt Lake City. Edward H. Jones, Mont• pelier. H. C . Givens, Richmond. Robert Prior, Olympia. John W. Smith, Charles-ton. Walter A. Duffy, M a dis on . H. D. Port, Cheyenne.

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74 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [August. PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 309, governing the interstate movement of livestock, the bureau has granted permission for the use of the following saponified cresol solutions, in the general disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises: To the P. M. Frank Disinfecting Co., 494 Broome Street, New Yorkr N. Y., for the use of "Cardis." To Z. D. Gilma n, 627 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C., for the use of "Crestall Dip" under the name of "Kresolig," which is identical with "Crestall Dip" manufactured by Baird & McGuire (Inc.), Holbrook, Mass. ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED UNDER LICENSES Clear serum Hyperim-Simultane-Hyperim-P eriod Tota l serum completed mune blood ous virus munizing cleared virus . C. C. C. c. C. c. C. C. C. c. July, 1929 _____ _____ _ _ _ _ _______ _ _ _ 107, 271, 526 68,372,864 70,352,263 9 , 737,798 23,560,110 July, 192 8 ________ _ _ _ ____________ _ 72,601,340 50,913,300 61,064,887 8,114,830 15,938,543 7 months, ende d July, 1929 ______ 612,758,235 441,122,608 518,786,797 38,503,437 138, 059, 094 7 months ended July, 1928 _ _ _ ____ 501, 616, 017 328,120,752 376,663,941 35,270 ,738 109, 356, 988 LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JULY. 1929 License No. 9 was issued July 3, 1929, to the Lederle Antitoxin Laboratories, Middletown Road, near Pearl River, N. Y., for abortion vaccine (bovine); anthrax spore vaccine; antianthrax serum; antiblackleg serum; anticaninedistemper serum; antihemorrhagic-septicemia serum (bovine); antihemorrhagicsepticemia serum (porcine); anti-hog-cholera serum; anti-influenza serum (equine); antimastitis serum (bovine); antistreptococcic serum (equine); antiswineerysipelas serum (suero contra el mal rojo); antiwhite-scours serum (bovine); autogenous vaccine; avian tuberculin; blackleg aggressin; blackleg filtrate; blackleg vaccine, chicken-pox vaccine; equine-influenza mixed vaccine; hemorrhagic-septicemia aggressin; hemorrhagic septicemia combined vaccine (for cattle); hemorrhagic-septicemia combined vaccine (for sheep); hemorrhagicsepticemia combined vaccine (for swine); hemorrhagic-septicemia vaccine (for fowls); hog-cholera virus; mallein; mastitis mixed vaccine (bovine); mixed bacterial vaccine (bovine); mixed bacterial vaccine (equine); mixed bacterial vaccine (for fowl), mixed bacterial vaccine (for swine); rabies vaccine; staphylococcus combined vaccine (equine); streptococcus combined vaccine (equine); swine-erysipelas vaccine (cultivos del mal rojo); tetanus antitoxin; tuberculin; white-scours vaccine mixed (for calves). License No. 158 was issued July 9, 1929, to the Globe Laboratories, Fostepco Heights, near Fort Worth, Tex., for chicken-pox vaccine. License No. 186 was issued July 23, 1929, to the Gochenour-Collins Laboratories (Inc.), near Glenmont, Md., for blackleg bacterin. LICENSES TERMINATED IN JULY, 1929 Licenses No. 9, issued January 1, 1921, February 8, 1921, May 24, 1922, February 5, 1927, March 16, 1928, and June 7, 1929, to the Lederle Antitoxin Laboratories, Middletown Road, near Pearl River, N. Y., were terminated July 3, 1929, on account of changes in production of products involved, and a new license of the same number, dated July 3, was issued, as indicated above. License No. 34-A, issued March 1, 1929, to the Peters Serum Co., Colorado Springs, Colo., was terminated July 9, 1929, without prejudice.

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1929] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 75 SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, JULY, 1929 State Ala ________________ _ Ark _______________ _ CaliL _____________ _ Colo _______________ _ .Fla ________________ _ Ga _ _______________ _ ldaho _____________ _ Ill _________________ _ 1nd ________ ----Iowa ______________ _ Kans ______________ _ Ky ________________ _ La _________________ _ Md ___ -_ ---Mich ______________ _ Miss __ -------------, Mo ________________ _ Nebr ______________ _ N. C ______________ _ -Ohio ______________ _ Okla ______________ _ .s. c_ --------S. Dak ____________ _ 'I'enn ______________ _ Tex _______________ _ Va ________________ _ Bureau vete rinarians engaged in work1 1 1.5 . 06 1 1.3 1. 3 1 3 2 2 . 5 1 1 2 2 1.04 1 1 . 5 1 2 1 . 25 1 1 1 Meetings addressed 3 3 1 4 2 2 1 ---------1 ---------4 2 4 1 1 1 ---------1 Wash _______________ } Oreg _______________ _ 1. 5 ---------Wis _______________ _ 1 TotaL_______ 33. 95 32 Demonstrations Out-Farms Farms breaks P r emises Autop-quaran-cleaned r eported investi sies pertined and to bugated Number Bogs formed or . disinreau vettreated carded fected erinarians 66 ------------------2 ---------------------------80 1 25 70 76 60 231 118 62 65 60 37 157 34 151 122 24 20 26 89 44 6 96 51 106 45 25 1,947 3 ---------4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 49 1 ---------1 1 20 516 2 ------------------12 6 262 3 ------------------16 1 50 , _________ ---------3 ---------1 46 78 26 33 89 -----------------26 3 ---------9 ------------------10 ------------------29 1 13 4 -----------------2 1 18 2 ------------------1 2 78 2 ------------------5 ------------------11 16 ---------30 6 780 7 -----------------12 6 32 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ________________ _ 3 220 10 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 44 ------------------21 ------------------1 1 47 2 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 1 25 16 ------------------39 ------------------3 4 ---------4 43 567 3 -----------------25 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 15 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 2 72 5 1 ---------6 2 70 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 22 1 5 1 7 ------------------4 4 227 1 -----------------1 ------------------15 5 ---------6 104 3,074 I 254 I 57 37 412 1 Fractions denote men devoting part time to hog cho l e racont rol work. PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT Docket No. 291.-In re Nashville Union Stock Yards (Inc.), Nashville, Tenn. On May 9, 1929, the Nashville Union Stock Yards (Inc.), filed a schedule of rates increasing yardage charges on all classes of livestock with the exception of horses and mules. On June 15, 1929 , the acting Secretary of Agriculture suspended these rates and ordered an inquiry into the reasonableness of all charges. A hearing was held from July 1 to 8. The case was argued before the acting . Secretary on July 30 and a finding made on August 2. Increases in yardage -charges somewhat less than asked for were allowed, and the differential between the price paid for corn and hay by the company and the price charged the shipper was materially reduced. The new rates were ordered to become effective August 16, 1929. NOTICE REGARDING REQUESTS FOR TRANSFER Several times in recent months the bureau has been embarrassed by employees' d eclining to accept transfer after requests for such transfer had received favorable action. Such declinations caused extra correspondence for the bureau, and also needless expense, labor, and trouble to emplo yees from other stations who were selected to fill the vacancies and had made preparations to report by giving up living quarters, packing household goods, etc. Hereafter, requests for transfer will be entered on the records for one year from date of the request, and employees will be expected to proceed at once to any of the stations named in the request without expense to the bureau when duly notified within the year. If after making the request an employee wishes to withdraw the name of any ,of the stations included in the request, such withdrawal must be given to the bureau before the Washington office has taken any action to transfer him. All requests for tra.nsfer not renewed at the expiration of one year will be .automatically canceled.

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UNIVERSITY O F FLORIDA II I II IIIIII Ill Ill lllll lllll I I III I IIII I I Ill Ill llll 111111111111111 76 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUS 3 1262 08852 7758 PAYMENT FOR BOOKS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS TO PERIODICALS Books and subscriptions to periodicals are not properly purchasable undet letters of authorization, and are obtainable only through the Washington office . 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 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties. Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co. (5 cases), $500 penalties. Chicago, Rock Island & Gulf Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties. Colorado & Southern Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co. (4 cases), $400 penalties. Erie Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. (12 cases), $1,200 penalties. Louisiana Railway & Navigation Co. of Texas, $100 penalty. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Co. (6 cases), $600 penalties. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., $ 100 penalty. Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway Co. (2 cases), $200 penalties~ New York Central Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 penalties. Northern Pacific Railroad Co. (6 cases), $600 penalties. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. $100 penalty. St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co., $100 penalty. Texas & Pacific Railway""Co. (4 cases), $400 penalties. Livestock-Quarantine Law Rush B. Chambers, Kirbyville, Tex., driving cattle interstate without inspection, dipping, and certification, $100 fine. Great Northern Railroad Co., interstate transportation of one dead sheep in the same car with live animals, $100 fine. Mack Hinson, Fort Smith, Ark., interstate shipment of cattle without inspection, dipping, and certification, $250 fine, suspended for two years on good behavior. Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway Co., failure to mark waybill "Tuberculous cattle," $100 fine. The Twenty-sixth Street Ferry Co., Bradrick, Ohio, interstate transportation of two cattle without tuberculin test, $100 fine. Meat-Inspection Law Platt R. Harby, Walton, N. Y., was fined $25 for interstate transportation of diseased meat. NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bure a u keeps no m a iling list for sending publications to individual employees, but sends copies to officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.] Farmers' Bulletin No. 1054. The Loco-Weed Disease. Revised by the authors, C. Dwight Marsh, Pathological Division, and W. W. Eggleston, Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 26, figs. 19. Amendment 3 to B. A. I. Order 317, declaring the following-named counties. to be modified accredited areas for a period of three years from August 1, 1929: Bartow and Gordon, Ga.; Cass and Vanderburg, Ind.; Calhoun, Fremont, and Jackson, Iowa; Barren, Bath, Fayette, L ee, Logan, and Scott, Ky.; Redwood, Minn.; Monroe, N. Y.; Medina, Ohio (expires July 31, 1930); Blair, Fayette, Monroe, and Union, Pa.; parts of Lamoille, Vt.; and Morgan, W. Va. The following-named counties have been reaccredited for a period of three years from the same date: Menard, Ill.; Osage, Kans.; Hillsdale, Mich.; Ralls, Mo . . ;. Hamilton, Nebr.; Carteret, Columbus, and Orange, N. C.; and Cameron, !:'a. P. 1 (mimeographed). U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1929