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United Startes.Deak Agri~ture =b
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htick AND REGULATORY


~AUlGtST, 1927

This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, ruling, etc., con-
e earning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distibtion islitetoerosnthseve
ol .the bureau, establishments 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 obtaini.thent fiom the Buperintendent of Documents, Government Printing Of~ee,
.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 his force.
': ` A. file should be kept at each station for reference.

CONTENTS Page
Changes in directoryr~_.-_._--...... .. .. __.-............. ~. .............. -~ __.._................._ _. 61
Igotices regarding meatinspection..___~~ .......~~-... ......... ....~.___..._~__-.................... 62
Fumigation with hydrocyanic acid............-~~..~._._......................................... 62
Approval of combination markings for meat or product~....~.__. .__~._._.~_~................_~. *62
Amimal casings of foreign origin-. .........................................--~..-~............... 63
Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, July, 1927..__~.......... 64
Animal slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, July, 1927............................~_........ 65
Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, July, 1927........................... 65
Causes of condemnation of carcasses, June, 1927 -......--__-__~._~~~. ............................... 67
Japanese oficial meat-inspeation cert~icate-,... .~.~.-~~.................--~......................... 66
%oreign meatrinspection of8l6ials...................____.~_....................-_ .__.~._.-._.......... 07
Antishog-chalers sernm and bog-abolera virule produced under licenses......~ ~~~-~.-~................ 67
8aul~ of tuberculosis-eradicatiop work in cooperation with States, July, 1927,.._..~............ 68
Bl~t~~i dip for scabies of cattle and sheep............................ 68
R uto of prosecutions for violations of laws.......-~. ..................................... .-~-.~-~-- 60
Proceedings under packers and stockyards act~._.~. __--. --.................. .............. 69
Sqreau pamphlet available for distribution-.~. ~~_...........r.....-............................... 69
New publications of the burean...--,-~-. ~_. .... .~_. ___............ .. _~... ................. .~...... 70
Organizatle~n of the Bureau of Animal Industry~ .~...~~.~.............--............~..-............ 70 .I

'CHANGES IN DIRECTORY
Meat Inspection grland
1'4. R. D. Dorsey, &--5 Thorpe Street, Bioghamton, N. Y.
126.. Miguel Jaume, 646. Bergen Avenue, New York, N. Y.
265. Ralph and Paul Adams, Bridgeville, Del.
354. M. Reinfeld & Sons (Inc.), 98-100 Prince Street, N.brE~N J.pi Tn I
950. Abraham Bros. & Co. (Inc.), 705--11 South Dudley re, mhs en
? Mea~t laspealon Withdrawn
2-AB. ~Armour & Co., Alexandria, Va.
RR. Arzhour & Clo., Portland, Me.
S*62. Sheeran Packing Co., Fostoria, Ohio. 1. i
312. John A. Schultz, Cambridge, Mass6. 'e-, P
473. Gulf & Valley Cotton Oil Co., Gretna, La.
55FiJ. The Portland Abattoir, Portland, Me.
M~eat Inspection Extended
7. Renno Packing Co., Richmond, Va., to include the O 2a
Change In Name of O1cial Establsahm~ent O
75. United Packere (Inc.), Green Bay, Wis., and Aeme Packlng ICO
Beef Co., Indian Pacuking Co., Indian Packing Corp., Martin Pem t
l Co., instead of >previous name and subsidiaries.
1019, Louis Pinous (Inc.), -218--220 CallowhiU Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead
of Louis Pinous.
Change la Address of Ofdacrl in Charge
~ljiki'l8, t. Rin~g, care Vermont Packing Co.,~ Bellows Falls, Vt., 'instead df
T Walpole, N. H. (The~ establishment iis located at ~North Watlpole, N. H.,
there 18 n'o post office there.) -.
gHi. M. Newton, post-office box 1361, Chairleston, W. Va., instead of care
aoero( Agriculture.

noeslaughtering.
626 8-27 6 1











Dr. Frederick A. Greafell li~copeds .Dr, JorhqoP. O'Lesty as inspector in charge
.at Pearl River, N. Y.
Dr. R. W. Gulbert sageeeds Dr. H. A, Hedrick as inseector in charge at Balti-
-more, M-d,<- : ;: *.....e
New abs~tation
Bridgeville, Del., meat inspection, substatiop~ of Philadelphia, Pa.
Balbstations Discontinuled
Gretna, La., meat inspection.
Fostoria, Ofnio, meat inspection..
Remove the Following Oeldals from Lis of OBclale
'Dr. Albert Long, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dr. H. A. Hedrick, Batltimore, Md.
Dr. John P. O'Leary, Pearl River, N. Y. (retired).
Note
The Brooklyn, N. Y., meat-inspection station has been merged. with the New
York, N. Y., station.

NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
FUMLIGATION WITH HYDROCYANIC ACID
Hereafter inspectors in charge of meat inspection are authorized to permit
fumigation of establishments under their supervision with hydrocyatnic acid
without first securing authorization from Washington. This supersedes that
part of the notice in Service and Regulatory Annouricements for January, 1921,
page 3, which requires that permission first be obtained from the WVashington
office. The other requirements of that notice, namely, that the fumigation shall
be conducted under direct charge of a person familiar with the gas and methods
of fumigation, that all operations-shall be discontinued in the building during
the time of fumigation, and that all requirements of the local authorities shall be
complied with, remain in full force and effect. Inspectors in charge will see that
no fumigation with hydrocyanic acid is undertaken until convinced that the
persons who are placed in charge of the fumigation are competent to conduct
the work, and that the requirements of the local authorities are compilied with
APPROVAL OF COMBINATIONS MARKINGS FOR( MEAT OR PRODUCT
Referring to rulings authorizing combinations of approved markings without
specific approval of such combinations, numerous misunderstandings have arisen
with regard to required qualifications of certain term and also the acceptability
of certain terms as the true name of the product. Therefore it is deemed in-
advisable to continue the plan so far as it involves combinations of labels, stenciled,
and/or rubber stamps on immediate or true containers.
In order to give establishments an opportunity to secure necessary approval,
previous authorizations with regard to combinations of markings on immediate
or true containers, will remain effective until October 1 next.
After that date cartons, wrappers, and metal pails, which bear combinations
of markings as referred to, should have individual approval of each combination
as it appears on the finished container: Provided, That the application of an
approved inspection sticker or seal does not necessitate approval of this feature
in combination with the other marking. The cartons herein referred to are only
those of light material, and do not include corrugated or heavy cardboard ship-
ping containers. Sections of the cartons are acceptable for approval, but repro-
ductions on paper are preferred.
If trade labels of any description are applied to cartons and wrappers in com-
bination with printed statements or features applied by means of rubber stamps
or stenciled, the trade labels should be affixed to the copies of the carton or wrapp~ers
submitted for approval. Labels should be so applied as to show.their location
on the containers in relation to the other features.
In cases where individual trade labels are applied to metal containers bearing
only the lithographed inspection legend and/or the lithographed or embossed
statement of the net weight, the present arrangement under which such com-
binations are authorized by approvals, individually, of the labels and the litho-
graphed or embossed statements, will continue to remain in effect.


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,1ssl] SERVICE ANJD. 'EGULTORY ANNPOUNGEMENTS 68

i The foregoing should not be construed as sanctioning the correction or modiflea-
tion of the printed or lithographed name of the product on labels, cartons, wrap-
pers, or metal pails.
When rubber stamps are applied to trade labels, copies of the labels so modified
should be submitted for specific approval.
ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
[B. A. I. Order 305--United states Department of Agrianlture, ot~ee of the Secretaryl
ORDER REsTRICTING THE IMPORTATION OF ANIMAL CASINGa, EFFECTIVE ON
AND AFTER DECEMBER 1, 1927
In order to guard against the introduction into the United States of animal
casings bearing the contagion of contagious, infectious, or communicable
diseases of animals, it is hereby ordered, under authority of the act of Con-
gress approved February 2, 1903 (32 Stat., 791), that no animal casings shall
be admitted into the United States from any foreign country unless and until
they are accompanied by a certificate bearing the signature of the national
government official having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the country
mn which the casings originated. The certificate shall be in the following form:
FOREIGN OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE FOR ANIMAL CABINGs
Place ......_ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Date.......... ___ .... ....
(City) (Country)
I hereby certify that the animal casings herein described were derived from
healthy animals cattlee, sheep, swine, or goats), which received ante-mortem
and post-mortem veterinary inspections at the time of slaughter, are clean and
sound, and were prepared and handled only in a sanitary manner and were not
subjected to epntagion prior to exportation.
Kind of casings Number of packages Weight



Identi~cation marks on the packages... ..........._-_- ... .. ............--
Consignor.... __ .._ __ __ .....___ __ .. .. .. .. .
A d d ress. ... .... .... ......___ __ __ .............__ ...... ... .. ....
C o n sign ee.... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
D estination... ___ ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .._ ...__ __ .__ __ -
Shipping marks.................. ................... ........_ ____ _..._
(Signature) __ ... -_ __... (Signature)......... ...... .....-
(O8Selal issuing the certi~oate) (Of~elal of the national govern-
ment having jurisdiction over
the health of animals in the
country in which the casings
originated)
(Official title).... ......- .._._.___ (Official title).... ................._
Animal casings which are unaccompanied by the required certificate, those
shipped in sheepskins or other skins as containers, and those found upon inspec-
tion to be unclean or unsound when offered for importation into the United
States, shall be kept in quatome custody until exported or destroyed, or until
disinfected and denatured as prescribed by the Chief of the Bureau of Animal
Industry .
This order, which for the purpose of identification is designated as B. A. I.
Order 305, shall become effective on December 1, 1927.

Done at Washington this 7th day of Muarch, 1927.

Witness my hand and the seal of the Department of Agric.ulture.

W. M~. JARDINE,
Secretary of Agriculture.

A certificate in the English language and exact form prescribed in the above
order duly executed shaUl accompany each consignment of animal casings offered
for importation into the United States on and after December 1, 1927.
The order requires that the certificate shall bear the signature of the national
government official having jurisdiction over t~he health of animals in the country










in whick the canings~ origi ali. Thlle national goverthedbnlomboial cr~efardd 4 in
the order shall be construed to meth the ~of~al~ whose jUrPdelOdilt!ikmaitfth inslpa
to the health of animals in the foreign country is comparable itoi thejuriasdictio
of th2e Beeretary of the United StatYes Departmentt of Agriculture ddi the JUhiated
States. It should be understood thart the .intention! .of the ordiei ie- 4obtalacoe
responsibility for issuance .# the.nertificaite upon ~the f "~ig government thoh
its appropriate high oi~cial. The afgxin:g of the bfhi UtZaf~~~l'sjens"~ re oth

culture' through printing the said officiare signature in the ap ~~Ppriate; spM6d 6ti'
the certificate at the time the certificate fe' printed. The other signature appear-
ing on the.certificater should be the autograph signature of the "official isun
the certificate," Who may be -an y person authorized by the .high national fia
to issue such certificate. The certificate shall bear the insignia, of the ntoa
government of the foreign country in which the casings originate or other evi-
dence showing that it is a national document of that country.
Animl casings are not classed as meat product, therefore the certificates
required for foreign Umea~t product is not acceptable for animal casings offered for
importation.
Casings offered for importation into the United States shall remain in customs
custody at the port until released by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal
Industry for admission into the United States or otherwise disposed of as requirect
by the order.
~The provision of the order that under certain conditions casings whiqh hqve
been offered for importation shall be expoi~ted, shall be construed to mean the
removal of the casings from the United States or its possessions.
The provision of the order that under certain conditions casings be destroyed
shall be construed to mean the treatment or handling of the ca~sins in a manner
to take aw~ay completely the usefulness of them as by tanking or cinceration.
The provision of the order that under certain conditions casings shall be
disinfected and denatured shall be construed to mean such treatment and han-
dling as will be prescribed by the chief of bureau to free them from pathogenic
substances or organisms, or to render such substances and organisms inert; and
that the nature of the casings be changed to make them unfit for eating without
destroying other useful properties. F'or instance, each casing may be split
throughout its length and after disinfection, as above indicated, be released. for
industrial use.
Dried intestines offered for importation into the United States for use as gut
strings or similar purpose are not regarded as animal casings within the meaning
of Bureau of Animal Industryr Order 305. Such dried intestines are classed with
tendons, sinew~s, and similar articles and are subject to the provisions of Bureau
of Animal Industry Order 286.

EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE'
IMPORTANT MARKETS, JULY, 1927

Retained for tuberrulosis
Total
Station luheedPassed Cn
Total for sterili- dme
nation

Cattle:
Chicago............... .~.~..~_...................... 151, 852 5,15 Il 31
Kansas City....-...~................~.. ............ :7, 505 2816 54
Omaha..... ................... 6, 36 9 595 87 95
Swine:
Chicago....................... 507,261 78,1061,8132
Kansas City.................... 174 106 12, 007 26.
Omaba.~......................................... 207, 218 283,543 361 360













ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, JULY,
1927

Station Cattle Calves Sheep Goats Swine

Baltimore_................ _~~....~.~-.......... 6, 493 1, 135 2,056 1..._.... 52,008
Brooklyn ......................................- 6, 002 9, 197 32, 721 .. .
Buffalo..................................... 10, 186 2.723 9 034 i. .._... 70,798
Chicago_~ __~............. ....................... 151, 852 38, 800 21,2 1 ... 507, 261
Cincinnati__. .................. ~............. 10, 528 6, 55 5, 517 ..... 67, 287
Cleveland_.~.................................. 8, 045 8, 324 10, 799 ..... 7.573
Denver..................~--......~.~-.......... 7, 122 1, 513 8, 247 6 21, 877
Detroit.....~~~._. ... ___-__~.......... .......... 6, 904 7, 061 5, 214 ..... 78, 503
Itort Worth_...............................~._. 35, 831 20, 025 10, 867 336 23, 626
Indianapolia~~. ....................~~~.~........ 16, 913 3, 606 6, 968 I 104, 007
Kansas City...~-~-............-~~.............. 77, 505 2, 515 87, 523 119 174, 106
MVilwaukee................... .--~~~ ~~-........ 12,242 20, 323 4,02..... B, 87B
National Stock yards._. ._~_~............_._.... 86,38t? 9, 700 56, 929 55 113, 368
New York~__._...~.~.~~~...................... 25, 406 45, 209 149, 895 8 88. 762
Omabs...........................___.......... OB, 369 4,063 134, 932 4 207, 218
Phiadepha..A......L............... 7,6451 9,2811 18, 163 ........~ 69, 501
8$. Louilb iL.____.__ .s....................... 16,046 5,279( 12. 164 ........ 147, 880
Bioux City_...~.~~.--......~._-~..~........... 27, 282 2, 524 10, 022 I..._..... 167, 089
Bo P _:I:. St.Josph..................... 32, 650 6, 09 68, 13 ........- 87, 806
WIc~a ti _'_........... ~~._......... ........... 6, 322 2, 572 3, 709 1 1 31, 608
All other estalishments....................... 134, 197 74, 98 146, 417 278 1 077, 290

Totl:Jul, 927................. 742, 524 354, 504 1, 013, 852 808 3, 430, 677
Jul, 126.................. 863, 672 425, 406 1, 041, 683 1, 921 3, 127, 302
7 months ended July 1927... ..... 5,316, 626 2, 930, 170 7, 170, 470 10,484 26, 524, 018
7 months ended July, 1926........ 5, 568, 331 3, 073, 608 7, 265, 163 13,380 24, 206, 40B

Horses slaughtered at all establishments, July, 1927, 7,627.
Inspections ol' lard at all establishments, 152,154, 507 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,
47,284,150 inspection pounds; eaneage chopped, 65,345,341 inspection pounds.
Corresponding inspections for July, 1926: Lard, 142,414,850 inspection pounds; compound and other
substitutes, 29,267,4b35 inspection pounds; sausage chopped, 671,173,643 inspection pounds.
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have
been inspected and teearded more-than once in the:Droopse of manufacture.)


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,
1927, with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals

Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats

Mexico- _._._,____._.._. ......................._.__.__........ 4, 169 19 ._......... .........
Ganada...................~~~-~-~~--............................ 14, 886 8, 117 303 7
England.-._-............................~_-~.~... .........-........ ...... .1._._...... 59 ..........
Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)... ................. 105-__~ ........ ....... .......
Total: July, 1927......... _~~~~---...................... 10, 160 8, 136 362 7
Ju y,19 6 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 16, 159 988 714 13
7 months ended July, 1927. ~~__._.................. 174, 683 134, 765 14, 260 42
7 months ended July, 1926. ...__.................... 130, 506 8, 247 16, 282 32


Imported meat and meal food producia

Fresh and refrigerated
Country of export Beefe Other aT ad r o e


Pou nds Pou nds Pounds Pou nds Pounds
Argentina,~.............................. ..._.......,._... ........ 844, 005 iI, 910 856, 815
Australia ~-- __._..__......... .~..............~. I ~~~.~.... 9 5 ..... 4, 028 6S, 487
Brazil. ................... .______ ..... .~.._.............~....... 180, 000 ..~-.....-... 180, 000
Canada- ...,-.............~............... 2, 091, 4 12 1. 383, 175 1, 022, 611 224, 244 4, 721, 442
Uruguay-~........................_____~._.~. ..~~~,.... ........._ 1, 666, 452 ............- 1, 666, 452
Other countries............................~ 75, 338 64, 786 205, 548 53, 653 390, 325

Total: July, 1927-................... 2, 166, 750 1, 507, 420 3, 919, 516 293, 835 7, 887, 521
July, 1926~..-...__.._........ 1, 007, 641 1, 116, 249 2, 120, 063 371, 443 4, 615, 396
7 months ended July, 1927.... 8, 550, 465 15, 562, 600 31, 417, 185 2, 518, 315 58,048,565
7 months ended July, 192.. 4, 953, 135 7, 330, 635 16, 607, 155 2, 334, 510 31, 225, 435

Condemned in July, 1927; Beef, 6,305 pounds; pork, 748 pounds; total, 7,053 pounds.
Refused entry: Pork, 4,681 pounds.


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SEBYICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS

























EMVPIRE or NIPPON


DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS

OFFICIAL MWEAT-INSPECTION CERTIFICATES

.................................................... N ip p on -- -- --- ------------------ ---------- -- Ip -- -- -


This is to certify that the meat or meat produCts herein described were
derived from animals subjected to ante-mortem and post-mortem veterinary in-
spections at the time of slaughter and found to be free from disease and suitable
in every way for human consumption, and have not been treated with and do
not contain chemical preservatives or other foreign substances injurious to'heakth,
and have been handled only in a sani ary manner in this country.


Kind of product. Number of pieces Weight.
or packages.


pacEa ges ------------------ -- -------- --


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- ----- --- --------1

ion.......----....----- ..-----......-- -


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S signature : .. -.....- .. .- -- ------- ----


BUB~E1EAU OF ANU3EAL INDUSTRY


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Identification marks on meats and


C onsignor ............. ........ ... .... -----drs- A d e s

C onsignee--- ------ ----------- --D estinat--es

Shipping marks .-- -------


Medical Of~cer of Health, Nippon.










- / The facsimile shown on the opposite page represents the form of the approved
Japanese meat-inspection certificate acceptable under the provisions of B. A. I.
Order 211 (revised), regulation 27, section 5, paragraph 5.


CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, JUNE, 1927

Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine

Emaciation.................-~. .~.~.~....~............. 487 121 336 00
Hog cholers_._. _~.,... .~....~._._............ ..............). _.~ 1. ~_._..._ .... .... ......... 836
Inflammatory diseases_ ~._.~........ _._........... ... 751 185 295 2, 375
Immarturity.-.. -_-" ___~. ~ _~ 141 ._..~.......~~.~. ........
Tubue rulosis~....~_~.11.11111111. lill E,116 ..... 6, 768
All other causes.........................~~_. ............91 207 425 3, 8(36
Total .. ........... ......... 5, 594 716 1, 056 13, 905

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


Country and name




W. Howard Black~burD....




Dr. ReinhoGld MANe___


Name of foreign official whose authority to sign and issue foreign meat-
inspection certificates for meat and meat food products intended for export to
the U~nited States has been revoked by his national government.
ENGLAND:
W. Stott.
ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES


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C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c. C. c.
July, 1927~~~--_~..___~_.~............... 132, 300, 771 62, 356, 377 69, 734, 982 9, 526, 897 27, 571, 714
July, 1026~.~.-~~._.~.~_.~................ 6, 624, 296 80, 670, 960 32, 618, 963 6, 467, 550 15, 787, 422
7 months ended Jul y, 1927.~~.......~.... 826, 099, 082 368, 580, 786 414, 617, 118 37, 038, 800 184, 961, 535
7 months ended July, 1926..............1 341, 943, 104 100, 080, 798 124, 994, 872 24,232, 150 75, 440, 670

LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JUL~Y, 1927
License No. 122 was issued July 1, 1927, to the Haver-Glover Laboratories,
920-922 Broadway, Kansas City, M~lo., for bovine abortion vaccine.
License No. 189 was issued July 7, 1927, to the Norden Laboratories, 227
North Ninth Street, Lincoln, Nebr., for bovine abortion vaccine.


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PERMITTED DIP FOR SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP

William Cooper & Nephews (Inc.) have been granted permission by the
department to distribute Grasselli Lime-Sulphur Solution under the name of
"LCooper's Lime-Sulphur Dip" for use in the official dipping of cattle and sheep~
for scabies. Dilutions permitted: For cattle, 1 gallon of the dip to 15 gallons
of water; for sheep, 1 gallon of the dip to 20)( gallons of water.


8T~EBUBBAT, OF a~ IAIML TWOUSTRY:'; -1 .1.8


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C. A. Cary, Aubura.
S. E. Douglas, Phoenix,
J. H. Buz, Little Rook
J. P. Iverson, Bearaspahit.
C. G. Lamb, Denver.
J. M. Whittlesey, Hartford.
O. A. Newton, B~ridgeville.


J, V. Knapp, Tallahassee.
J. M. Button, Atlanta.
A. J. Dickmpan, Boise.
P. A. Laird, Springfield.
Frank H. Browa, Indian*
apolls.
M. G. Th or nb ur Des
Moines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmorland, Frank-
fort.
E. P. Flower, Baton Roug'e.
H. M. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George, Baltimore.
F. B.*Gurmmings, Boston.
H. W. Norton, ir., Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, st. Paul.
R. V. Rafnel, Jackson.
H. A. Wilson, Jefferson City.
W. J. Butler, Helens.
C. H. Hays, Lincoln.
Edward Records, Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. MeNeil, Trenton,

Mat. Keenan, Albuquerqueg
E. T. Faulder, AClbany.
William Moore, Raleigh.

W. F. .Crewe, Bismarck.
F. A. Zimmer, Columbus.
C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma City.
W. H8. Lytle, salem.
T. E. Munce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Providence,
W. K. Lewis, Columbia.
M. W. Ray, Piemrr
W. B. Lincoln, Nashville.
N. F. Williams, Fort Worth.
W. H. Bendricks, Salt Lake
City.
Edward H. Jones, Mont-
pelier.
H. C. Givens, Richmond.

Robert Prior, Olympia.
John W. Smith, Charleston.
Walter A. Du~y, Madison.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.
L. E. Case.


Ariz_.....

Colo....
Com...

D. C....


Idaho.~..




Kans....
Ky_......


Md.....
Mass....
Mich.. ~

Miss....
Mo.....
Mont... -
Nebr....
Net....
N. H....


N. M~ex.
N. Y.
N. C....

N. Dak.
Ohio....
Okla....
Oreg, ..


8. Dak..
Tenn....

Utah....




Wash,...
W. Va~..


Hawfaii. 1


4861
534

104
40



200
294
782
9, 450
3, 797

4, 731
425
1, 509
222
2,722
804
250
4,303
5, 988
841
208
471
1,872
i 7t
26ti
024

242
5, 242
3, 2544

1, 088
5,946
353
1,618
2,370
505
2, 355
232
464
S41
2,287

5(%

1, 731

1, 882
1,42?1
2,121
225
20C


5. 050
3, 826
765
3, 616
,1,172
3, 810
1, 450

6, 130
975
5, 006
63, 213
26, 481

78,144

5, 087
7, 230

3, 540
8,417
8,203
3, 782
39,419
96, 985
6,082
2,390
5,225
25, 24
8863
3,480
5,517
301
54, 136
8, 882

1(& 323
38, 877
1,350
11,322
26, 038
860
6, 593
5, 737
1,047
2,059
11,303

5, 485

8, 182

14, 289
5, 748
37, 700
2,719
6, 58


252

101
363
442
127


836
3
645
1, 374

1, 485
292
al

2 2
l O
339
360
687
3, 333


2, 885
4, 205i
2, 340
2, 064
2, 663



26,750
111, Its
78, 087

B2, 534

47, 880
S62,0011

5, 530
27,222
8,426
1,385
123,267
41, 208
4,340
58,365
26,223
48, 513
1, 005
2, 5251
2,491

14(I
42, 792
230, 967

35, 140
118, 097
129
25,012
.74,014
949
26, 706
B, 175
19,375
S7J
10,518I

2,772

9, 000

33, 518
23,151
100,494
7, 960


235
35
18
118
134
1, 270
1, 518
26
412
37

1, 227
28 '130

7, 472



29
5,840
4,170
500
85
8, 055
88
952
91
110
101
2, 517
1,444
018



4, 540
629
235
441
4,254
46
1147
908
330
186
97

4,657

2, 167
059
975
9,024
4


6, 455
7, 522
4,630
4. 4,58
2,7121
4, 545
4, 818


5,
30, 03 /
124,77


R. E. Jackson...
F. L. Behneider.
H. L. Fry.......
R. Bnyder--......
W. E. Howe....
R. L. Smith.....
W. G). Middle-
ton.
J. A. Kiernan...

A. L. 11irleman.
W. A. Sullivan..
J. J. Lintner....
J. E. G~ibson....


]41, 4201 J. A. Barger.....


40, 671
62, 439

5, 879
33,754
19, 343

128, 306
63, 350
4, 428
61,760
26, 844
49,13B
1, 205
5, 144
4,221
1178
05, 600
231, 587

44, 297
121, 796
385
24,400
S91, 833
268
26, 028
9,359
19, 849
401
11,512

104 69

11, 437

35, 406
24,417L
113,143
9,10B

1, 848, 918


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

G. T. Cole......
0. R. Caldwell..
E. B. Simonds..
E. Al. Crossman.
T. S. Rich~~.....
W. J. Fretz.....
B. Robbins.....
Ralph Graham~..
J. W. M1urdoch.
A. H. Francis...
L. C.Butterfield.
E. A. Crossman.
W. G. Middle-
ton.
F. L. Schneider.
B. B. Leonard ..
W. C. Dendin-
ger.
H.H. Cohenour.
A. J. DeFosset..
L. J. Allen......
S. B. Foster.....
J. B. Reidy.....
E. A. Crossman.
W. K. Lewis....
J. O. Wilson~.~..
H. Mi. O'Rear~...
H. L. Darby....
F. E. Mlurrasy...

L. H. Adams-....

R. E. Brook-
bank.
J. C. Exline.....
H. Mi. Newfton..
J. S.Healy......
John T. Dallas..
L. E. Case......


3, 12



8
1911
2,200
125

74
2
35
46

237

73

225
6
630
17
51


Total. 74, 951l 686, 480 17, 789 1, 564, 13 1133, 165


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1987]?-. SERVICR AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 6Q

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu-
latory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:

LVESTOCK( QUARANTINE LAW


Defendant Nature of violation Penalty

Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolia & Omaha Failure to mark the way bill Canadian cattle 5100
Railway Co. for immediate slaughter. "
Cleiveland, Cincinnati, Chicago &r 8. Louis Interstate transportation I dead bog in the 100
Railway Co. same car with live animals.
Lquisville & Cincinnati Packet Co.--.-........ Interstate transportation I cow without tuber- 100
culin test.
New York Central Railroad Co..-............. Failure to mark the way bill Canadian cattle 100
for immediate slaughter."
A. R. Ponder, receiver of the San Antonio, Failure to mark the way bills Southern cattle "( 100
Uvlde &r Gulf Railroad Co.
Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis~.... Failure to placard cars "Southern cattle".....l 100
Total..,, ..................................... ~_.......~............................... 600


TWENTY-EIGHT IIOUR LAW

Defendant Penalty

American Railway Express Co.~..-.~~~..........~..........~...............~...~.................. $100
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., 2 cases...~..~..........~~.. .................................. 200
Baltimore &r Ohio Railroad Co., 6 cases~...~....................................~~~............... 600
Obesaptake &r Obio Railway Co..._....-........-........ ~ ........................ 100
Ullinois Central Railroad Co., 2 carses.....-..~.. .-....................~...............~.~.....~.. 200
Kansas City Southern Railway Co. ._._~._~.~.~.......~._.._....... ........................~ .. 100
Los Angeles &r Salt Lake Railroad Co.~.._.._. ..... ._._._.................................... 100
Louisville & Nasbville Railroad Co., 2 cases.~.......-....-.-~~..-~.~.... .~.~..~~.....~........ 200
MIissouri-Kasnsas-Texass Ra~ilroad Co........._....~.L.. 100
New York, Chicago &r St. Louis Railroad Co....~.._.~................................... 100
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 8 cases~..~-.~.~..-.~.~..~.~.~~~.................................~~~~~ 800
Total.~.-~.~~~...~..._. ~~....................... ................_ 2,600


Meat-Inspection Law

Samuel Rogers, Philadelphia, Pa., offering uninspected meat for interstate
shipment, 825 fine.
Howard B. Hunter, Runnemede, N. J., offering uninspected meat for interstate
shipment, $25 fine.


PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKTYARDS ACT

Docket No. 196. In re Dallas Smyth, South St. Joseph, M~o.
Notice and inquiry issued June 1, 1927, alleging deceptive device. Hearing
held July 20, 1927. Acting Secretary on August 24 issued order to cease and
desist.
Dock~et No. 197. In re Jack Lee Livestock Commission Co., Ogden, Utah.
Notice and inquiry issued June 22, 1927, alleging unfair, unjustly discrimri-
natory, and deceptive practices. Respondent on August 6, 1927i, admitted
allegations and waived hearing. On August 12, 1927, the Acting Secretary issued
order to cease and desist and suspended registrant for four months.




BUPEAU PAMPHLET AVAILABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION

A small pamphlet entitled A Brief Sketch of the United States Bureau of
Animal Industry and its Functions has been mimeographed and a sufficient
number of copies is now available to furnish one each to every bureau employee.
If each station will advlise how many copies are needed t~o supply its force, the
required quantity will be forwarded for local distribution.








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NEW PUBBIC~AT~~IO OF THE BUREAU '

[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but seaidi soples~ to
officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as noti~cat.19n ap~ples.
80 far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]

Farmers' Bulletin 779. How to Sele~ct ae Sound Horse (revised). By H. H.
Reese, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp.~ ~~6 bom Cniin 222, figs. 35.
Farmers' Bulletin 1244. Diseases, AletadAnrs odtoso
Swine (revised). By T. P. White, Division of Hog-Cholera Control. Pp. 19,
figs. 8.
Farmers' Bulletin 1535. Farm Horseshroeing. By Henry Asmus, New York
State College of Veterinary Medicine, and J. O. Williams, Animal Husbandry
Division. Pp. 12, figs. 21.
Farmers' Bulletin 1536. Infectious Abortion of Cattle. By John M. Buck,
Pathological Division. Pp. 14, figs. 2.
Directory of the Bureau of Animal Industry, corrected to August 1, 1927.
Pp. 58.

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY

Chief: JoaN R. 1\IOBLER.
Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN.
Editor: D. S. Bonec.
Animal Husbanrdry Division: E. WT. SHEETs, chief.
Biochemic Div~ision: M. DORSET, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, Chief.
Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. T. SKrDMaORE, chief.
Field Inspection Division: A. W. MlILLER, Chief.
Meat Inspection Divlision: R. P. STEDDOMU, chief.
Packers and Stockyards Administration: JoHN T. CAINE, chief.
Pathological Div~ision: JonNS. BUCKLEY, chief.
Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication 'Division: J. A. KIERNAN, 01116?.
Zoological Division: lklAURICE C. HALL, chief.
Experiment Station: E. C. SCHROEDER, superintendent.
OTflie of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
O~fice of Personnel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in 011r~ge.


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8. R. A.-B. A. I. 244 United States Departme BUREAU OF ANIMAL AUGUST, 1927 This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, ruling, etc., con cerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the service of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers whose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Others desiring copies may obtain them Crom 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 his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference. CONTENTS Changes in directory ______________________________________________________________________________ _ Notices regarding meat inspection _____________________ . ___________________________________________ _ Fumigation with hydrocyanic acid ____________________________________________________________ _ Approval o~ combinat~on m~r.kings for meat or product. ______________________________________ _ Ammal casmgs of foreign ongm __________________________________________________________ . ____ _ Extent of tuberculosis in animals slaughtered at three important markets, July, 1927 ______________ . Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, July, 1927 ____________________________________ _ Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, July, 1927 __________________________ _ Causes of condemnation of carcasses, June, 1927 ___________________________________________________ _ Japanese official meat-inspection certificate __________ ._ ... ___ ._._._._. _____ . _______________________ _ Foreign meat-inspection officials __________________________ . _____________________________ . _________ _ Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses ________________________ . ____ _ Summary of tuberculosis-eradicatio:p work in cooperation with States, July, 1927 __________________ _ Permitted dip for scabies of cattle and sheep ______________________________________________________ _ Results of prosecutions for violations of laws. __ . __________________ . _______________________________ _ Proceedings under packers and stockyards act. .. ___________________________________ . ______________ _ Bureau pamphlet available for distribution. _____________________________________________ .. _______ _ New publications of the bureau. _______________________________________________________________ . __ _ Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry_. _______ . ______ ... _______________ ._. ______________ _ CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat inspection itranted 14. R. D. Dorsey, 3-5 Thorpe Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 176. Miguel Jaume, 646 Bergen Avenue, New York, N. Y. 265. Ralph and Paul Adams, Bridgeville, Del. 354. M. Reinfeld & Sons (Inc.), 98-100 Prince Street, 950. Abraham Bros. -& Co. (Inc.), 705-11 South DudleY. Meat Inspection Withdraw / 2-AB. Armour & Co., Alexandria, Va. 2-RR. Armour & Co., Portland, Me. *62. Sheeran Packing Co., Fostoria, Ohio. 312. John A. Schultz, Cambridge, Mass. 4 73. Gulf & Valley Cotton Oil Co., Gretna, La. 1 , 555-J. The Portland Abattoi~, Portland, Me. V: Meat Inspection Extended Page 61 62 62 63 64 65 65 67 66 67 67 68 68 69 69 69 70 70 237. Renno Packing Co., Richmond, Va., to include the Change in Name of Official Establishment 75. United Packers (Inc.), Green Bay, Wis., and Acme Packing Co., Chicago Beef Co., Indian Packing Co., Indian Packing Corp., Martin Pem Co., instead of previous name and subsidiaries. 1019. Louis Pincus (Inc.), 218-220 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, Pa., instead of Louis Pincus. Change in Address of Official in Charge Dr. E. S. Ring, care Vermont Packing Co., Bellows Falls, Vt., instead of North Walpole, N. H. (The establishment is located at North Walpole, N. H., but there is no post office there.) • . Dr. H. M. Newton, post-office box 1361, Charleston, W. Va., instead of care Commissioner of Agriculture. , • Conducts slaughtering . 62656-27 61

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62 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [August. Change in Official in Charge Dr. Frederick A. Grenfell succeeds Dr. John P. O'Leary as inspector in charge .at Pearl River, N. Y. Dr. R. W. Culbert succeeds Dr. H. A. Hedrick as inspector in charge at Baltimore, Md. New Substation Bridgeville, Del., meat inspection, substation of Philadelphia, Pa. Substations Discontinued Gretna, La., meat inspection. Fostoria, Ohio, meat inspection. Remove the Following Officials from List of Officials Dr. Albert Long, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dr. H. A. Hedrick, Baltimore, Md. Dr. John P. O'Leary, Pearl River, N. Y. (retired). Note The Brooklyn, N. Y., meat-inspection station has been merged with the New YGrk, N. Y., station. NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION FUMIGATION WITH HYDROCYANIC ACID Hereafter inspectors in charge of meat inspection are authorized to permit fumigation of establishments under their supervision with hydrocyanic acid without first securing authorizatio n from Washington. This supersedes that part of the notice in Service and Regulatory Announcements for January, 1921, page 3, which requires that permission first be obtained from the Washington office. The other requirements of that notice, namely, that the fumigation shall be conducted under direct charge of a person familiar with the gas and methods of fumigation, that all operations shall be discontinued in the building during the time of fumigation, and that all requirements of the local authorities shall be complied with, remain in full force and effect. Inspectors in charge will see that no fumigation with hydrocyanic acid is undertaken until convinced that the persons who are placed in charge of the fumigation are competent to conduct the work, and that the requirements of the local authorities are complied with APPROVAL OF COMBINATION MARKINGS FOR MEAT OR PRODUCT Referring to rulings authorizing combinations of approved markings without specific approval of such combinations, numerous misunderstandings have arisen with regard to required qualifications of certain terms and also the acceptability of certain terms as the true name of the product. Therefore it is deemed inadvisable to continue the plan so far as it involves combinations of labels, stencils, and/or rubber stamps on immediate or true containers. In order to give establishments an opportunity to secure necessary approvals, previous authorizations with regard to combinations of markings on immediate or true containers, will remain effective until October 1 next. After that date cartons, wrappers, and metal pails, which bear combinations of markings as referred to, should have individual approval of each combination as it appears on the finished container: Provided, That the application of an approved inspection sticker or seal does not necessitate approval of this feature in combination with the other marking. The cartons herein referred to are only those of light material, and do not include corrugated or heavy cardboard shipping containers. Sections of the cartons are acceptable for approval, but reproductions on paper are preferred. If trade labels of any description are applied to cartons and wrappers in combination with printed statements or features applied by means of rubber stamps or stencils, the trade labels should be affixed to the copies of the carton or wrappers submitted for approval. Labels should be so applied as to show their location on the containers in relation to the other features. In cases where individual trade labels are applied to metal containers bearing only the lithographed inspection legend and/or the lithographed or embossed statement of the net weight, the present arrangement under which such combinations are authorized by approvals, individually, of the labels and the lithographed or embossed statements, will continue to remain in effect . .

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1927) SERVICE AND .REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 63 The foregoing should not be construed as sanctioning the correction or modification of the printed or lithographed name of the product on labels, cartons, wrappers, or metal pails. When rubber stamps are applied to trade labels, copies of the labels so modified should be submitted for specific approval. ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN [B. A. I. Order 305-United States Department of Agriculture, office of the Secretary] ORDER RESTRICTING THE IMPORTATION OF ANIMAL CASINGS, EFFECTIVE ON AND AFTER DECEMBER 1, 1927 In order to guard against the introduction into the United Sta,tes of animal casings bearing the contagion of contagious, i:nf ectious, or communicable diseases of animals, it is hereby ordered, under authority of the act of Congress approved February 2, 1903 (32 Stat., 791), that no ani:mal casings shall be admitted into the United States from any foreign country unless and until they are accompanied by a certificate bearing the signature of the national government official having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the country in which the casings originated. The certificate shall be in the following form: FOREIGN OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE FOR ANIMAL CASINGS Place_______________________ _ ______________ Date ____________________ _ (City) (Country~ I hereby c,ertify that the animal casings herein described were derived from healthy animals (cattle, sheep, swine, or goats), which received ante-mortem and post-mortem veterinary inspections at the time of slaughter, are clean and sound, and were prepared and handled only in a sanitary manner and were not subjected to cpntagion prior to exportation. Kind of casings Number of packages Weight Identification marks on the packages ______________________ _______________ _ Consignor ____________________________________ _ ____________ ____ _______ _ Address __________ ___________ _ _ _ _____ _ ____________________________ ____ _ Consignee ____________________________________________________________ _ Destination __________________________ _ ____ _ ______ _ __________ _ _________ _ Shippi,.ngmarks ________________________________ _ ___________ _ ____ _______ _ (S~nature) ________________________ (Signature) ___________ _ ___________ _ (Official issuing the certificate) (Official of the national govern-ment having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the country in which the casings originated) (Official title) ______________________ (Official title) _____________________ _ Animal casings which are unaccompanied by the required certificate, those shipped in sheepskins or other skins as containers, and those found upon inspection to be unclean or unsound when offered for importation into the United States, shall be kept in c;ustoms custody until exported or destroyed, or until disinfected and denatured as prescribed by the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry. This order, which for the purpose of identification is designated as B. A. I. Order 305, shall become effective on December 1, 1927. Done at Washington this 7th day of March, 1927. Witness my hand and the seal of the Department of Agric .ulture. w. M. JARDINE, Secretary of Agriculture. A certificate in the English language and exact form prescribed in the above order duly executed shall accompany each consignment of animal casings offered for importation into the United States on and after December 1, 1927. The order requires that the certificate shall bear the signature of the national government official having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the country

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64 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [August, in whic,b. the casings originate. The national government official referred to in the order shall be construed to mean the official whose jurisdiction with respect to the health of animals in the foreign country is comparable to the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture in the United States. It should be understood that the intention of the order is to place responsibility for issuance of the certificate upon the foreign government through its appropriate high official. The affixing of the high official's signature on the certificate may be accomplished to the satisfaction of the Department of Agriculture through printing the said official's signature in the appropriate space on the certificate at the time the certificate is printed. The other signature appearing on the certific'ate should be the autograph signature of the "official issuing the certificate," who may be any person authorized by the high national official to issue such certificate. The certificate shall bear the insignia of the national government of the foreign country in which the casings originate or other evidence_ showing that it is a national document of that country. Animal cas ings are not classed as meat product, therefore the certificate require d for foreign meat product is not acceptable for animal casings offered for importation. Casings offered for importation into the United States shall remain in customs custody at the port until released by an inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry for admission into the United States or otherwise disposed of as required by the order. The provision of the order that under c .ertain conditions casings whiqh have been offered for importa.tion shall b,e exported, shall be construed to mean the removal of the casings from the United States or its possessions. The provision of the order that under certain conditions casings be destroyed shall be construed to mean the tr~atment or handling of the casings in a manner to take away completely the usefulness of them as by tanking or incineration. The provision of the order that under certain conditions casings shall be disinfected and denatured shall be construed to mean such treatment and handling as will be prescribed by the chief of bureau to free them from pathogenic substances or organisms, or to render such substances and organisms inert; and that the nature of the casings be changed to make them unfit for eating without destroying other u s ~ful properties. For instance, each casing may be split throughout its Leng,th and atter disinfection, as above indicated, be released for industrial use. Dried intestines offered for importation into the United States for use as gut strings or similar purpose are not regarded as animal casings within the meaning of Bureau of Animal Industrv Order 305. Such dried intestines are classed with tendons , s inews, and similar articles and are subject to the provisions of Bureau of AnJ.mal Industry Order 286. EXTENT OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED AT THREE IMPORTANT MARKETS, JULY, 1927 Retained for tuberculosis Sta ti o n Total sla ughtered Passed Con• Total for sterili • demned zation . Cattle: Chic ago ............ ---------------------151,852 5,152 111 731 Kansas City ___________________ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _________ 77,505 258 16 54 Omaha ___ ________ _ ________________________________ _ 69,369 595 37 95 Swine: C hicago _______________________________ _____________ 507,261 78,106 1,585 1,362 Kansas City _ _______________ _______________________ 1 74, 106 12,097 246 167 Omaha ______________________ _ _______________ _ _ _____ 207,218 2 8 ,543 361 360

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1927] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 65 ANIMA LS SLAUGHTERED UND E R F ED ERAL MEAT I NSPECTION, JULY, 1 92 7 Station Cattle C a l v es Sheep Goats Swine Baltimore _______ _ _____________________________ 6 ,493 1, 135 2,05 6 --------52,008 Brooklyn ________________ ______ _______________ _ 6,602 9,197 32, 721 ------------------Buffa lo ___________ _____________________________ 10, 1 8 6 2,723 9 ,034 --------70,798 g~~fl~aic_-: = ==== == ====== = ==== = = ======== === == 151,852 38,990 211,241 -------5 0 7 ,261 10,528 6 ,655 5,517 --------67,287 Cleveland _ _ ___________________________________ 8,045 8,324 10,799 --------74,573 Denver ________________________________________ 7,122 1 ,513 8,247 6 21,877 Detroit _____ ___________________________________ 6 ,994 7 ,061 5 ,214 --------78,503 Fort Worth ___________________________________ 35,831 29,025 16,867 336 23,626 Indianapolis ____________ ______________ ____ _ _ _ _ _ 16,913 3 ,606 6 ,968 1 104,607 Kansas City _________________________ ___ _______ 77,505 22,515 87,523 119 174,106 Milwaukee _ _ __________________________________ 12,242 20,323 4 ,022 ----89,878 National Stockyards __________________________ 36,380 9,790 56,929 55 113,368 New York _______________________ _ _ _ _ _ _________ 25,406 45,209 149 , 895 8 88,762 Omaha ________________________________________ 69,369 4,063 134,932 4 207,218 Philadelphia __________________________________ 7,645 9,281 1 8 ,163 --------69,501 St. Louis ______________________________________ • 16,046 5,279 12,164 147,8 8 0 --------Sioux City ____________________________________ 27,282 2 ,524 10,022 -------167,089 South St. Joseph ______________________________ 32,659 6 ,049 68, 113 --------8 7,806 South St. Paul _ _______________________________ 36,905 43,872 13,299 --------175, 622 Wichita _________ _ ____________________________ _ 6 ,322 2,572 3,709 1 31,608 All other establishments _______________________ 134,197 74,798 146,417 278 1 , 077,299 Total: July, 1927 _ _______________________ 742,524 354,504 1 ,013,852 808 3,430 ,677 July, 1926 ______ _____ _ _ ____ ____ _ _ _ 863,672 425,406 1 ,041,683 1,921 3 ,127,302 7 months ended July 1 927 ____ ____ 5,316,626 2,930 ,179 7 , 170,470 10,4 8 4 26, 524,018 7 months ended July, 1926 ________ 5 , 568,331 3,073,608 7 ,265,163 13,389 24,206 ,408 Horses slaughtered at all establishments, July, 1927, 7,627. Inspections of lard at all establishments, 152,154,507 inspection pounds ; compound and other substitutes, 47,284,156 inspection pounds; sausage chopped, 65,345,341 inspection pounds. Corresponding inspections for July, 1926: L ard, 142, 414,850 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 29,267,435 inspection pounds; sausa ge chopped, 67, 173,643 inspection pounds. (These totals of inspec t ion pounds do not represent act u a l production, as the s ame product may have been inspected and recorded more tha n once in the process of manufacture.) IMPORTS OF F OOD AN I MA L S A N D OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRO DUCT S The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meatfood products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during July, 1927, with figures for other periods for comparison. Imports off ood animals Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats Mexico________________________________ ________________________ 4,16 9 19 _____ ____ __________ _ Canada_________________________________ ____ _ __________________ 14,886 8,117 30 3 7 England_______________________________________________________ _ ___ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __ ___ 59 _________ _ Virgin Islands (to Porto Rico)---------------------------------105 _____________________________ _ Total: July, 1927 ________________________________________ _ July, 1926 ______________ _ _ _ _____________ _ _________ _ 7 months ended July, 1927_ _______ _ ______ ___ ____ _ 7 months e n d e d July, 1926 _______________________ _ 19, 1 6 0 16, 159 174, 683 139,506 8 ,136 988 134,7 6 5 8,2 4 7 362 714 14,260 16, 2 8 2 I mported meat and meat food prod u cts Fresh and refrigerated Canned Other Country of export and cured products Beef Other Po u nds Pounds Pound s Po u nds Argentina _________________________________ -----------------------844,905 11,910 Australia __________________________________ -----------59,459 ---------4 ,028 Brazil ____________________________ ____ ____ _ -------------------1 8 0 , 000 ----------Canada ___________________________________ 2,091 ,412 1,383,175 1,022,611 2 2 4 ,244 Urugua y __________________________________ ---------------------1,666 ,452 ------------Other co untr ies ____________________________ 75,3 3 8 64,786 205,548 53,653 ;otal: July, 1927 ____________________ 2 ,166,750 1 , 507,420 3 , 919,516 293,835 July, 1926 ____________________ 1 , 007,641 1 , 116,249 2,120,063 371,443 7 months ended July, 1927 ____ 8,550,465 15,562,600 31,417, 185 2,51 8 ,315 7 months ended J uly, 1926 ____ 4,953, 135 7,330 ,635 16,607,155 2,334,510 Condemned in July, 1927: B eef, 6,305 pounds; pork, 748 pounds; total, 7 ,053 pounds. Refused entry: Pork, 4,681 pounds. Total weight Po u nds 7 13 42 32 856,815 63,4 8 7 180,000 4,721,442 1,666,452 399,325 7,887,521 4 ,615,396 58,04 8 ,565 31,225,435

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66 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [AugUst, EMPffiE or NIPPON DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS OFFICIAL MEAT-INSPECTION CERTIFICATE • -•, Nippon, l9 This is to certify that the meat or meat products herein described were derived from animals subjected to ante-mortem and post-mortem veterinary in spections at the time of slaughter and found to be free from disease and suitable in every way for human consumption, and have not been treated with and do not contain chemical preservatives or other foreign substances injurious to health, and have been handled only in a sanitary manner in this country. Kind of product. Number of pieces or packages. Weight. Identification marks on meats and packageS •--------Consignor ................ . .................. ............ ...... ............................ ... ...... Address•----...... __ ..... ___ .................. . Consignee••- • Destination , ........... _ ..................... .... ................... .... . Shipping marks ............................................................................................................................. ................... . . ..................... . Signature : . •.. ---Medical Officer of Health, Nippon.

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1927] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 67 The facsimile shown on the opposite page represents the form of the approved Japanese meat-inspection certificate acceptable under the provisions of B. A. I. Order 211 (revised), regulation 27, section 5, paragraph 5. CAUSES OF CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, JUNE, 1927 Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine Emaciation___________________________ _ ________________ 487 121 336 90 Hog cholera_____________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 836 Inflammatory diseases________________ _ ___________ _____ 751 185 295 2, 375 Immaturity ____ :___________________________________________________ 141 _______________________ _ Tuberculosis_________________ __________ _ _ ____ __________ 3, 441 62 __ __ _ _ __ ___ _ 6, 768 All other causes________________________________________ 915 207 425 3, 836 Total ___________________________________________ _ 5,594 716 ] , 056 13,905 FOREIGN MEAT-INSPECTION OFFICIALS The following are additional names and facsimile signatures of foreign National Government officials authorized to sign and issue certificates of inspection for meat and meat food products offered for importation into the United States: Country and name Signature ENGLAND W. Howard Blackburn. __ _ GERMANY Dr. Reinhold Mayer _____ _ Name of foreign official whose authority to sign and issue foreign meatinspection certificates for meat and meat food products intended for export to the United States has been revoked by his national government. ENGLAND: W. Stott. ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED UNDER LICENSES C Clear serum Hyperim-Simultane-Hyperim-Total serum completed mune blood ous virus munizing cleared virus C. c. C. c. C. C. C. c. C. c. July, 1927 _______________________________ 132, 300, 771 62,356,377 69,734,982 9,526,897 27,571,714 July, 1926 _______________________________ 66,624,296 30,670,960 32,618,963 6,467,550 15,787,422 7 months ended July, 1927 ______________ 826,099,082 368,580,786 414,617,118 37,038,800 184,961,535 7 months ended July, 1926 ______________ 341, 943, 104 109,080,798 124,994, 872 24,232,150 75,440,679 LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS IN JULY, 1927 License No. 122 was issued July 1, 1927, to the Haver-Glover Laboratories, 920-922 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo., for bovine abortion vaccine. License No. 189 was issued July 7, 1927, to the Norden Laboratories, 227 North Ninth Street, Lincoln, Nebr., for bovine abortion vaccine.

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68 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [August, SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA TION WITH THE VARIOUS STATES, JULY, 1927 Tube r c uli n tests Tota l to d a te duri ng month State Inspector in State official Herds Cattl e OnceAcH e rds ch a rge Cattle te s t e d cred-under or t es t e d r e fr e e ited sup erlots ac t e d herds herds vision -------Al a _____ 4 8 6 5,0 5 0 1 4,473 235 6 ,455 R . E. J a ckson _ _ _ C. A. C a r y , Auburn. Ariz _ ____ 5 3 4 3,826 25 7,483 35 7 ,522 F. L. Schneid er_ S. E . Douglas, Phoenix. Ark _ ____ 45 765 0 2,885 18 4,630 H. L. Fry ______ _ J. H. Bux, Little Rock. Calif__ __ 104 3 ,616 101 4 ,205 118 4,358 R. Snyder _______ J . P . I v er s on, Sacramento. C olo ____ 40 1 ,172 36 2,340 134 2,721 W. E. Howe ____ C . G. Lamb, Denver. Conn ___ 758 3,810 442 2 ,064 1,270 4 ,545 R. L . Smith _____ J .M. Whittlesey, Hartford. DeL _ ___ 176 1,459 72 2,663 1,51 8 4 ,818 W . G. Middle-0. A. Newton, Bridgeville. ton. D. C ____ --------------... --253 26 286 J. A . Kiern a n ___ Fla ______ 200 6,139 63 6 ,867 412 7,720 J. G. Fish _______ J . V . Knapp, Tallahassee. G a ______ 2 9 4 975 3 4,877 37 5,044 A . L. Hirleman_ J. M. Sutton, Atlanta. I da ho ___ 7 8 2 5,006 54 26, 759 59 30,036 W. A . Sullivan __ A. J. Dickman, Boise . IlJ _ _ _ ____ 9,4 5 0 6 3 ,213 1,376 Ill, 115 1 ,227 124, 771 J. J. Lintne r ____ F. A. Laird, Springfield. Ind _____ 3 ,797 2 5,48 1 192 78,0 8 7 29,735 113,847 J. E. Gibson ____ Frank H . Brown, Indian• apolis. Iowa _ ___ 4,731 78,144 1 , 488 8 2 , 5 3 4 7 ,472 141,420 J . A . Barger _ ____ M. G. Thornburg, Des Moines. K a ns ____ 423 5,987 29 47,8 8 0 9 9 7 49, 671 N . L . Townsend_ J . H. M e rc er, Topeka. Ky ______ 1 ,509 7 ,230 37 62,095 59 62,439 W . F . Biles _____ D. E. Westmorland, Frank-fort. La ______ 222 3 ,540 22 5 ,530 29 5 ,879 G. T . Cole ______ E. P. Flower, Ba.ton Rouge. Me ______ 2 ,722 8 ,417 59 27,222 5 ,840 33,754 G. R. Caldwell __ H. M . Tucker, Augusta. Md _ ____ 804 8,20 3 339 8,426 4,170 19,343 E . B . Simonds _ _ James B . George, Baltimore. Mass ____ 256 3 , 7 8 2 346 1,3 8 5 50ij 2,818 E. A. Crossman_ F. B. Cummings, Boston. Mich _ _ ~_ 4 , 3031 39,419 687 123,267 8 5 128,306 T . S. Rieb ______ H. W. Norton, jr., Lansing. Minn ___ 5 , 9 8 8 96,985 3 ,333 41,208 8,055 53,359 W. J. Fretz _____ C. E. Cotton, St. Paul. Miss ____ 841 6 , 082 0 4,340 88 4 ,428 H. Robbins _ _ ___ R. V . Rafnel, Jackson. Mo _____ 208 2,390 1 58,369 952 61,760 Ralph Graham _ _ H . A. Wilson, Jefferson City. Mont ___ 471 5,225 4 26,223 91 26,844 J . W. Murdoch_ W. J. Butler, Helena. Nebr _ ___ 1 ,872 25,12 4 170 48,513 110 49,138 A.H. Francis ___ C.H. H a ys, Lincoln. Nev _____ 75 863 11 1,005 10 1,2 0 5 L . C. Butterfield_ Edward Records, R e no . N. H _ ___ 265 3,4 8 0 202 2,525 2,517 5 ,144 E. A. Crossman_ A. L. Felker, Concord . N. L ___ 924 5 ,517 527 2,491 1 ,444 4,221 W. G. MiddleJ . H . McNeil, Trenton. ton. N. Mex_ 24 391 9 14(1 16 178 F. L. Schneider_ Mat. Keenan, Albuquerque. N. y ____ 5,242 54,136 3 ,126 42,792 36,867 95,609 H.B. Leon ard __ E .T. Faulder, Albany . N. C _ ___ 3 , 244 8,88 2 2 4 2 3 0,967 325 231,587 W. C . Dendin-William Moore, Raleigh. g e r . N . Dak_ 1 , 088 Hi.,323 1 5 8 35,140 4,5 4 9 44,297 H. H . Cohenour_ W . F . . Crewe, Bismarck. Ohio ____ 5,946 3 8 , 877 991 118,097 629 121, 796 A . J. DeFosset __ F . A. Zimmer, C olumbus. Okl a ____ 35 1 , 3 5 0 8 129 235 3 8 5 L . J. Allen ______ C. C . Hisel, Oklahoma City. Oreg ____ 1 ,613 11,322 111 23,912 441 24,400 S . B . Foste r _____ W. H. Lytle, Salem_ Pa ______ 2 ,379 26,038 2,209 74,014 4,254 91,833 J . B . Reidy _____ T. E. Munce, Harrisburg. R . r__ _ _ _ 50 860 125 94 46 268 E. A. Crossman _ T. E . Robinson, Providence. s. c _____ 2 , 3 5 9 6,593 12 26,708 147 26,928 W . K. Lewis ____ W. K. Lewis , Columbia. S. Dak _ _ 235 5 ,737 74 8,178 908 9,3 5 9 J . 0 . Wilson ____ M. W . R a y, Pierre. Tenn ____ 46 1 , 04.7 2 19,379 330 19,84 9 H. M. O 'Rear ___ W. B . Lincoln, Nashville. Tex ____ _ 4 2 2 ,059 3 5 75 186 401 H. L . D arby ____ N. F. Willi a ms, Fort Worth. U t a h ____ 2,2 8 7 11,303 46 10,516 97 11,512 F . E . Murra y _ _ _ W . H. H e ndricks, S alt Lake City. Vt_ _____ 500 5,485 237 2,773 4,657 10,469 L. H. Adams _ _ _ _ Edward H . Jones, Mont-Va _ _____ 1 , 731 8 , 1 8 2 73 9 ,006 2 ,167 11,437 R. E . Brookp e lier . H . C . Givens, Richmond. b a nk. Wash _ _ _ 1,883 14, 2 8 9 225 33,518 59 35,406 J . C. Exlin e _____ Robert Prior, Olympi a . W. Va __ 1 ,42 1 5 ,748 6 23,151 975 24,471 H . M. Newton __ John W. Smi t h , C h a rleston. Wis _____ 2, 1 2 1 37,700 630 100,49 4 9,024 113,14 3 J . S . Hea l y _ _ ____ W alte r A. Duffy , M a dison . Wyo ____ 228 2 ,719 17 7,960 4 9,10 8 John T. D a ll as __ H. D . Port, C h ey enne . H awa ii I _ 200 6,539 51 _________ ------------L. E . Cas e _ _____ L . E . Case. -----T otal _ 74,954 6 8 6 ,48 0 17,7 8 9 1,564, 133 133,16 5 1 ,848,918 1 S i x mo n t h s . PERMITTED DIP FO.R SCABIES OF CATTLE AND SHEEP Willia m Coope r & N ephews (Inc.) have bee n granted permission b y the department to distribute "Grass elli Lime-Sulphur Solution" under the name of "Cooper's Lime-Sulphur Dip" for u s e in the official dipping of cattle and sheep for scabie s . Dilutions p ermitted: For cattle, 1 gallon of the dip to 15 gallons of water; for s h ee p , 1 gallon of the dip to 20 gallons of water. ,.,

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1927] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 69 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: LIVESTOCK QUARANTINE LAW Defendant Nature of violation Penalty Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Failure to mark the w a y b ill "Canadian cattle $100 Railway Co . for immedi ate sl a u g hter . " Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & s. Louis Intersta te tra nsport ation 1 de a d hog in the 100 Railway Co. s a me ca r with li v e anima ls . Louisville & Cincinnati Packet Co ____________ Interstate transporta tion 1 c ow wi thout tube r-100 culin t es t. New York Central R a ilroad Co _ _ _____________ F a ilure to mark the waybill " C a n a dian cattle 10 0 for immediate sl a u ghter." A. R. Ponder, receiver of the San Antonio , Failure to mark the W'aybills " Southern cattle" 100 Uvalde & Gulf R a ilroad Co. Terminal Railro a d Association of St. Louis ____ Failure to pl a card cars" Southern cattle" _____ 100 Total ________________________________ ___ ----------------------------------------------600 TWENTY-EIGHT HOUR LAW Defend ant Penalty American Rail way Express C o___ _ _ ________ ______________ _ _________ ___________ ___ _____________ $100 Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., 2 cases_____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___________ __________________ 2 00 Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., 6 cases_______________ _ _ _ __________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____________________ 600 Chesapeake & Ohio Railwa y Co_ _ _ _ ___________ _ _ _ ___________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __________ 100 Illinois Central Railroad C o . , 2 cases _ _ _______ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _____________ _ _ _ _ _____ _______ _____ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ 200 Kansas City S outhern Railway Co ___ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _______ _ _ ________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ ._ .___________ 100 Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Co___________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _______ _ _ _______ _____________ _ _ _ ______ 100 Lo_uisvil)e & Nashville Rai)road C o. , 2 cases ____ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ ____ . _ _ _ .-_ _ _ _ _____________ _______ _ 200 M1ssour1-Kansas-Texas Railroad Co _______________ ____ _ _ _ _ -" __________ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ______________ 100 New York, Chicago & St. Louis R a ilro a d C o _ _ ______ _ _ _ _ ___________ _ ________ ____ ______________ 100 Penns y lvania Railroad Co. , 8 c ases __ . _ _ _____ . _____________________________________ ____ ______ _ . 800 Total______________________________________________________ _ ________ _ _ ___________________ 2 , 600 Meat-Inspection Law Samuel Rogers, Philadelphia, Pa., offering uninspected meat for interstate shipment, $25 fine. Howard B. Hunter, Runnemede, N. J., offering uninspected meat for interstate shipment, $25 fine. PROCEEDINGS UNDER PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT Docket No. 196. In re Dallas $myth, South St. Joseph, Mo. Notice and inquiry issued June 1, 1927, alleging deceptive devic e. Hearing held July 20, 1927. Acting Secretary on August 24 issued order to cease and desist. Docket No. 197. I n re Jack Lee Livestock Commission Co., Ogden, Utah. Notice and inquiry issued June 22, 1927, alleging unfair, unjustly discriminatory, and deceptive practices. Respondent on August 61 1927 , admitted allegations and waived hearing. On August 12, 1927, the Acting Secretary is sued order to cease and desist and suspended registrant for four months. B~EAU PAMPHLET A V AILABL E FOR DISTRIBUTION A small pamphlet entitled A Brief Sketch of the United Stat~s Bureau of Animal Industry and its Functions has been mimeographed and a s ufficient number of copies is now available to furnis h one each to every bureau employee. If each station will advise how many copi e s are needed to supply its force, the required quantity will be forwarded for local distribution.

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I 70 BUREAU OF ANI1\1:AL INDUSTRY NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU August, 1927 [The bureau keeps no mailing 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 779. How to Select a Sound Horse (revised). By H. H. Reese, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 22, figs. 35. Farmers' Bulletin 1244. Diseases, Ailments, and Abnormal Conditions of Swine (revised). By T. P. White, Division of Hog-Cholera Control. Pp. 19, figs. 8. Farmers' Bulletin 1535. Farm Horseshoeing. By Henry Asmus, New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, and J. 0. Williams, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 12, figs. 21. Farmers' Bulletin 1536. Infectious Abortion of Cattle. By John M. Buck, Pathologidal Division. Pp. 14, figs. 2. Directory of the Bureau of Animal Industry, corrected to August 1, 1927. Pp. 58. ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Chief: JoHN R. MOHLER. Administrative Assistant: CHARLES C. CARROLL. Chief Clerk: J. R. CoHRAN. Editor: D. S. BURCH. Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief. Biochemic Divi sion: M. DORSET, chief. Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Division of Virus-:-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. Field Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER, chief. Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief. Packers and Stockyards Administration: JoHN T. CAINE, chief. Pathological Division: JOHN .S. BUCKLEY, chief. Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief. Tuberculosis Eradication Division: J. A. KIERNAN, chief. Zoological Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief. Experiment Station: E. C. SCHROEDER, Sl.Jperintendent . Office of Accounts: GEORGE F. TucKER, in charge. O.ffi.ce of Personnel: GEORGE H. RussELL, in charge. ADDI'l'IONAL COPIES OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCURED FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS u.~ s. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON, D, C, AT 5 CENTS PER COPY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS PER YEAR V '

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