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United States Department of



SERVICE AND REGULATORY OUNCEM

BUREAU OF ANIMAL IN 1STRY ")

JANUARY, 1925


[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of ri-th tructions,
rulings. etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industr.. Pe 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 from the Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing Office, Wash-
ington, 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 ile should be kept at each. station for reference.]


CONTENTS
Page
C changes in directory ................................................................... .. ....... .
N ew d irectory ....................................................................... .............. 2
D death of D r. G eorge D itew ig ....................... ......... ..................................... 2
D eath of D r. W illiam T Conway ....................................................... --------..... 3
Notice regarding meat inspection:
Reporting cervical abscesses of hog carcasses.................................................... 3
Animals slaughtered under Federal me'mt inspection, December, 1924............................... .4
Causes for condemnation uf carcasses, November, 124 .................................. ............ 4
Im ports of food animals and meat products ......................... ....................... .... 4
Importation and disposal of hay and straw packing materials and feijang miterial-..-.............. 5
Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, December, 193,4............. 5
Texas-fever quarantine:
Places to which southern cattle may be shipped for immediate slaughter .......................
Permitted disinfectants .-----....-----......-----......---......-------......------..........---------.....----.....-----........------.................. 7
Permitted arsenical cattle dips................---------------------...........---....---.............-----------------...............---.......... 8
Licenses and permits for vetermin.-:,. biological products...---.--....--....-----------------....--....-.......-........----------........ 8
Anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-enojlera virus produced under U. S. veterinary licentu., Detenmber,
1824 --------......................-------------.-------------.........................--------..--.---------............--------..................-........---------..... 9
Results of prosecutions for violations of laws--.--.---................----------------..----....-----.....--------.........----............ 9
N ew publications of the bureau .............................- ...................................... 9
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry................................................... 10


CHANGES IN DIRECTORY

Meat Inspection Granted

12-L. Kingan & Co., 1150 East First Street, Los Angeles, Calif.
278. Zion National Kosher Sausage Factory (Inc.), 478-480 Austin Place, New
York, N. Y.
*292. Milner Provision Co., Box 107, Frankfort, Ind.
419-M. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., foot of Hecla Street, Detroit,
Mich.
*421. Vicksburg Dressed Beef Co., Vicksburg, Miss.
421-A. Vicksburg Dressed Beef Co., 1422 Washington Street, Vicksburg, Miss.
*502. Standard Packing Co., 1200 North 2d Street, East St. Louis, Ill.
Meat Inspection Withdrawn

57-A. I. Oscherwitz & Sons, Cincinnati, Ohio.
146. Purity Cross (Inc.), West Orange, N. J.
374. Cube-O (Inc.), Brooklyn, N. Y.
752. Mohawk Packing Co., Boston, Mass.
950. Engle Supply Co., New York, N. Y.
1004. Wisconsin Packing Co., Wausau, Wis.
31273-25t- 1


8. R. A.-B. A. I. 213


Issued February lN25






BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


Meat Inspection Extended

222. Jacob E. Decker & Sons, 15th Street NE., Mason City, Iowa, to include
the American Provisions Export Co.

Change in Name of Official Establishment

*358. East Side Packing Co., 403-490 E. 44th Street, New York, N. Y., instead
of M. & H. Hoffman.
New Stations

Frankfort, Ind., meat inspection, Dr. Charles Corson, inspector in charge.
Vicksburg, Miss., meat inspection, Dr. Philip F. R. Meyer, inspector in charge.

Substations Discontinued

Vicksburg, Miss., is no longer a substation of Natchez, Miss.
West Orange, N. J., formerly a substation of Newark, N. J.

Add to List of Officials in Charge

Dr. Philip F. R. Meyer, care Armour & Co., Vicksburg, Miss.
Dr. Charles Corson, care Milner Provision Co., Frankfort, Ind.
Mr. James E. McDonough, cooperating in inspections for the Navy, Navy Yard,
Bremerton, Wash.
Mr. Harry Kay, cooperating in inspections for the Navy, Navy Yard, Bremerton,
Wash.
Dr. T. B. Pote, inspector in charge of meat inspection, St. Louis, Mo.

Remove from List of Officials in Charge

Dr. W. T. Conway, St. Louis, Mo. (Deceased.)

Change of Addresses of Officials in Charge

Dr. Leo E. Lyons, inspector in charge, Little Rock, Ark., has exchanged
positions with Dr. Hugh L. Fry, inspector in charge, Jackson, Miss., effective
Feb. 15, 1925.


NEW DIRECTORY

A new directory of the bureau, revised to January 15, 1925, is in press and it
is hoped that it will be distributed to bureau stations by the time this issue of
Service and Regulatory Announcements appears.



DEATH OF DR. GEORGE DITEWIG

Dr. George Ditewig's many friends throughout the country will be grieved
to learn of his sudden death at Garfield Hospital, Washington, D. C., January 28.
Although he had been under treatment for heart trouble for some time, his death
came as a surprise, as on the previous day he had attended as usual to his office
duties in the Meat Inspection Division of the Bureau of Animal Industry.
Doctor Ditewig was born at Peoria, Ill., February 11, 1863. Prior to entering
college he engaged in farming and stock raising in Illinois. In the spring of
1891 he was graduated from the Chicago Veterinary College with the degree of
D. V. S. He was credited with the highest average for collective studies in his
class and was awarded the prize in material medical. Following his graduation
he entered practice at Canton, Ill., and during the five years that he was in
practice he held a commission as assistant State veterinarian.
On February 10, 1897, he was appointed assistant inspector in the Bureau of
Animal Industry through civil-service examination and was stationed at Na-




4


[January,







1925] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 3

tional Stock Yards, Ill. His qualifications immediately attracted attention and
on November 5, 1S97, he was transferred to the Davenport, Iowa, meat-inspection
station as inspector in charge. On November 21, 1903. he was as-igned' to a
larger station at Cincinnati, Ohio, and on August 1, 1906, to the St. Joseph,
Mo., station as inspector in charge. He has so successful in handling the various
duties assigned to him that on .May 1, 1907, he was requested to assume the
duties of traveling inspector.
In 1906 a new meat-inspection law was passed which had for its object the im-
provement. of the Federal meat inspection. Doctor Ditewig's duties as traveling
inspector were very important in helping to carry this law into effect, and in
developing the meat-inspection service to its present status of efficiency. With
the growth and development of this service it was necessary to enlarge and modify
the organization at headquarters, and Doctor Ditewig was called to Washington,
November 1, 1911, to assume the duties of assistant chief of the Meat Inspection
Division, which position he held at the time of his death.
Soon after entering the public service Doctor Ditewig declared his intention
of making the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry his life work, and he did.
He was a man of more than ordinary intelligence, of fine principle and worthy
aspirations, and was endowed with a.will to carry his determinations into effect.
He was esteemed and respected among his acquaintances as a genial companion
and was loved most by those who knew him best. The meat-inspection service
of the country has lost one of its most able advocates and supporters, the bureau
has lost one of its most accomplished and efficient employees, and his fellow
workers have lost a loyal and respected friend. Doctor Ditewig left no family.


DEATH OF DR. WILLIAM T. CONWAY

Dr. William T. Conway, inspector in charge of the station of the Bureau of
Animal Industry at St. Louis, Mo., died at his home in that city January 1,
1925, after a very brief illness, at the age of 46 years.
Doctor Conway entered the service of the bureau as an assistant veterinary
inspector in 1903. His first years of service were at the stations at National
Stock Yards, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo. His later assignments and advancements
were to the position of inspector in charge at Morristown, Tenn., New Haven,
Conn., Pittsburgh, Pa., and St. Louis, Mo., in the order named. Doctor Conway
was a studious and able inspector and won the confidence and respect of all his
associates in the service. The bureau deeply deplores his loss and extends its
sincere sympathy to the bereaved family.


NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION
REPORTING CERVICAL ABSCESSES OF HOG CARCASSES
Greater uniformity in reporting the diagnosis and disposition of the heads of
hog carcasses retained solely on account of cervical abscess is desired, and for
the purpose of securing such uniformity inspectors are directed to report such
carcasses in groups without listing the tag numbers. The groups are to be
determined by the disposition made of the head and the total for each group
entered on a single line of the M. I. 112-F report. The following manner of
making the entries is suggested for general use: "Cervic. Abscess-Heads Psd."
(give number) and "Cervic. Abscess-Heads Cond." (give number). Entries
showing number and disposition should also be made in the appropriate spaces
provided on the M. I. 112-D report. Inspectors in charge will please see that
the above instructions are made effective at their respective stations.







BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION,
DECEMBER, 1924


Station


Baltimore..-------. ------...-.. .. .
Brooklyn------------------------------------
Buffalo..................--------- .. ........ .
Chica.go................. ............
C incinnati ...................................
Cleveland--.....................---------------.--------.....
Detroit------------------------------......
Fort W orth ................- ......... ....... I
Indianapolis........... .....................
Jersey C ity. .................................
Kansas City ................................------------------------
M ilw aukee ..................................
N national Stock Yards........................
New York-----------------------------------
O m aha ......................................
P hiladelphia .................................
St. LoujQ ....................................
Sioux City y------------------------------
South St. Joseph.........................-----------
South St. Paul............. .......
All other establishments .....................
Total: December, 1924_.- -------
December, 1923-- -----
12 months ended December, 1921
12 months ended December, 1923


F


Qpttle Calves


6,494 1,616
6,265 9,853
7,675 3,058
210,892 59,202
11,615 7,258
10,440 7,678
6,332 7,181
64,272 35,972
19,547 3.223
6,615 10,985
119, 785 30, 916
13,226 43,732
40,555 6,044
38,794 48,341
79,460 6, 991
8,661 6,397
14,787 2,535
36,651 2,864
29,418 7,036
44,070 49,70.5
150,320 64,992
925. 874 415, 579
756,250 323,53S
9, 593,075 4, 935.030
9, 162,516 4,500, 323


Horses slaughtered at all establishments, December, 1924, 1,450. Inspections of lard at all establish-
ments, 204,037,915 pounds; compound and other substitutes, 38,615.169 pounds. Corresponding inspections
for December, 1923: Lard, 205.556,183 pounds; compound and other substitutes. 24,428,S56 pounds. (These
totals do not represent actual production, as the same lard or compound may have been inspected and
recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)

CAUSES FOR CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, NOVEMBER, 1924


Cause Cattle Calves Sheep Swine

Emaciation........................................-----------------------------------........... 826 116 267 179
Hog cholera--------------------------------------- --... .. ......-----...--------... 2,715
Inflammatory diseases ------------------------------- 1,018 I 155 526 2,200
Immaturity------ ---------------305 ...-------------------....... .....-----------
Tuberculosis-------------........................................---------------------------......... 369 50 .......... 7,132
All other causes-----------------------------------------2,322 247 345 3,409
Total-------------..........................................-------------------------......... 11,535 873 1,138 15.635


IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND MEAT 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 Decem-
ber, 1924, with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals


Country of export


Mexico .........................................................
Canada..........................-------.................-----------------------......
Total: December, 1924 --......-.......-......-....--..
December, 1923-...................................
12 months ended December, 1934.--------..-..........---....--
12 months ended December, 1923--------------.................


Cattle Swine Sheep Goats


6,679 125 12,184 25
4,140 1,751 2,064 5
10,819 1,876 14,248 30
18,592 167 116 2
208,003 29,070 88,630 10,155
171,758 2,371 48,414 504


Sheep

2,219
30,614
8, 5S8
227,328
4, 145
10, 229
22,59"8
5,961
2,378
30.757
75. 293
3, 140
19,026
142.127
131,699
14.341
4, 140
35,843
5t, 7 75
37,906
106.809


971,916
977,681
11, 990.831
11,528,550


Goats


2
101
30
1
1,244
I-------
3,388
2
222
190
106


8i
424


5,718
2.992
32, 55 I
26,607 |


Swine


111,492
-.---.------
129,224
1,080,047
92.367
143,155
160,218
49.358
233, 153
100,286
430,474
215,297
202,655
129,449
345,268
121.497
206,937
256,216
239, 930
432,931
1,920,352
6,600.306
5, 903,759
52, 872.634
53,333.708


[January,










SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Imports of meat and meat food products


Country of export
a


Argentina............. ...................
Australia..---...-....------------.............-...-----..-.....
B razil .....................................
Canada.............-- ...............-- .--.......
Uruguay.................................
Other countries......................
Total:
December, 1924..................
December, 1923.................-------
12 months ended December, 1924.
12 months ended December, 1923.


Fresh and refrigerated


Beef Other


Pounds
28, 884

106, 435 "


135,319
1,126,283
11, 110,724
13,685,139


Pounds
90,696
2,995
2,500
537,626


633,817
87,682
11,749,291
9,517,644


Condemned in December, 1924: Pork, 165 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, 89 pounds; pork, 23 pounds; total, 112 pounds.

IMPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF HAY AND STRAW PACKING
MATERIALS AND FEEDING MATERIALS

The attention of bureau inspectors engaged in supervising the importation
and disposal of import hay and straw packing materials and various feeding
materials for livestock is directed to the following Declaration No. 2, of the
Secretary of Agriculture:
DECLARATION NO. 2
WASHINGTON, D. C., January 23, 1925.
The Secretary of Agriculture having so determined, it is hereby declared that Norway, Ireland, and
Channel Islands, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Guam, the Union of South Africa, Canada, Mexico,
the islands of the West Indies, and the Cook, Fiji, Fanning, Washington, Marquesas, Samoa (Navi-
gators), Society, and Tonga (Friendly) groups of islands in Polynesia proper are free from foot-and-mouth ,
disease and rinderpest.
This declaration is made in accordance with section 2, Regulation 11, of the regulations governing the
sanitary handling and control of hides, fleshings, hide cuttings, parings, and glue stock, sheepskins, and
goatskins and parts thereof, hair, wool, and other animal by-products, hay, straw, forage, or similar ma-
terial offered for entry into the United States (B. A. I. Order 286), and will supersede Declaration No. 1
of this department dated October 29, 1924.
HOWARD M. GORE,
Secretary of Agriculture.

SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, DECEMBER, 1924


Tuberculin tests Total to date
during month


Herds Ctie Once- Ac- He
Herds Cattle Cattle tested cred- uni
or tested, acted free ited sup
ots act herds herds vis


61 2,163 31 1.704 167 2.
212 3,243 300 2,637 13 0,
QIl AI1 n i oI )2 A4 2


1,612
125
5,402
1,569
71
2,517
963
4.235
46,317
18,020
58,079
16,812
5,859
2,517
6,609
6, 725
1,800
30, 137
71,233


10 2.0381 43
0 1, 1041 47
114 329 593
228 1,5971 841
0 253 26
14, 5,348, 342
24 4,3351 44
35 16,297 86f
2,470 1.907 890
278 31,448. 9,251
1,824 36,299 4,731
242 9,257 862
65 30,642, 27U
90 1,566 35
81 11,924, 1,951
338 2,.234 1,338
54 618 215
741 55,217 228
3,318 14,628, 4.724


rds
der
>er-
ion


267
358
Ii;,;


2,189
1,335
1,763
2,980
286
6,301
5,031
19,249
61,434
41,421
58,474
10,435
35,748
2, 672
15,288
6,929
1,373
66, 853
23,360


Inspector in charge





R. E. Jackson-.....
F. L. Schneider-..
L. E. Lyons-.....
R. Snyder ........
W. E. Howe-.....
R. L. Smith.......
W. G. Middleton-
J. A. Kiernan--...
J. G. Fish.........
A. L. Hirleman...
W. A. Sullivan ....
J. J. Lintner-......
J. E. Gibson-......
J. A. Barger...-....
N. L. Townsend..
W. F. Biles.......
A. F. Staub.......-
J. B. Reidy.......
T. A. Ladson.....
E. A. Crossman...
T. S. Rich........
W.J. Fretz.......


State official


C. A. Cary, Auburn.
S.E. Douglas, Phoenix.
J. H. Bux, Little Rock.
J. P. Iverson, Sacramento.
0. G. Lamb, Denver.
J. M. Whittlesey, Hartford.
0. A. Newton, Bridgeville.
J. V. Knapp, Tallabhassee.
P. F. Bahnsen, Atlhnta.
W. R. Smith, Boise.
F. A. Laird, Springfield.
R. C. Julien, Indianapolis.
M. G. Thornburg, Des
Moines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
W. H. Simmons, Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge.
H. M. Tucker, Augusta.
James B.-George, Baltimore.
L. H. Howard, Boston.
H. W. Norton, jr., Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.


31273-25t- 2


Other
products


Pounds


53, 297
37,614--------
37,614


90,911
65, 937
2, 426, S07
1,327,009


Canned
and cured


Pounds
800,469
36,000
------------
44, 983
53,101
61,696


996,249
1,033, 985
11,302,381
11, 686,368


Total
weight


Pounds
920,049
38, 995
2,500
742, 341
53,101
99,310


1,856,296
2,313, 787
36, 589,203
36, 216, 160


State





Ala.---.
Ariz.---.-
Ark-........
Calif-.......
Colo .......
Conn......
Del-......---..
D. C.......
Fla-..---.......
Ga........---
Idaho......
Ill.........
Ind----....-...--
owa.......----
Kans--- I
Ky.---------
Me .........
Md........--
Mass........
Mich.....-..
Minn .......


451
3'
220i
1371
3
119!
661
4651
4, 732,
2,010
3,3351
1,3401
1,090l
2321
643;
507'
106
3,068'
3,129!


1925]









BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, December,
1924-Continued


Tuberculin tests Total to date
during month

State i
StatHerds cattle Cattle Once- Ac- Herds
Herds Cattle Cattle tested cred- under
lots tested acted free ited super-
herds herds vision

Miss.--...... 43 1,270 1 350 113 720
Mo------....... 742 7,661 47 51,122 784 54,259
Mont----..... 282 5,096 14 18,604 153 19,365:
Nebr.---...... 970 13,634 109 13,018 139 13,847
Nev ..-------- 71 1.2S2 1 2,017 8 2, 441U
N. H -------. 258 *4.2t2! 92 1,871 972 3,437'
N. J ---........ 206 3, 52' 121 1,018 385 11, 4S51
N. Mex ... 19 112 0 2,272 4 2,487|
N. Y ---....... 2, 506 35. 270 3, 627 20, 036 10, 714 40, 770
N. C .-------... 4,311 10, 143 34 130,177 68141, 725
N. Dak.... 3r, 19,049 225 15, 516 2, 600 20, 754
Ohio---...... 2,793 21, 554 582 33,258 1, 363 37,943
Okla---...... 14 1,142 5 158 473 653
Oreg ----.. --1,401 13,153 127 28,421 661 26,359
Pa ---------... 1,436 15, 616 459 20, 430 3,136 25, 9371
R. I ...... ....-------------- 31 28 59
S. C ..------- 68 1,465 2 780 186 5,1021
S. Dak..... 64 2,025 24 557 404 1,147
Tenn ---..---. 172 3, 795 15 155 413 12,7491
Tex ----..... 97 1,675 42 607i 264 1,204
Utah ..-------.. 150 1,403 13 9,422 111 10,411
Vt ---------.... 471 11,443 385 2,048 2,7,_ku 7,216
Va ---------... 262 3,719 44 5,870 1,290 7,526
Wash-- ---- 321 5,988 246 26,836 137 28,778
W.Va..... 261 2,575 53 4,952 536 5,842
W is........ 2,653 49,297 566 40,7.ij 6,078 51,642
Wyo---......--- 149 920 20 4,9 i7 9 5,630
Total. 42,270 U.4, 25."117,' 11 66\, .89 IU. 639900,758


Inspector in charge


H. L. Fry.........
Ralph Graham-....
J. W. Murdoch....
C. H. Hays.......
L. C. Butterfeld..
E. A. Crossman..-.
W. G. Nliddleton.
F. L. Schneider. -.
H. B. Leon-ird ....
W. C. Dend rper.._
H. H. Cohenour.. -
A. J. De Fosset.__
H. Grafke-.........
S. B. Foster.......
P. E. Quinn......
E. A. Crossman...
W. K. Lewis ......
J. 0. Wilson......
E. I. Smith ......-
L. J. Allen...--.. --
F. E. Murray-.....
L. H. Adams-......
R. E. Brookbank.
J. C. E.line.......
George W. Nt...
J. S. Healy-........
John T. Dallas-....


*
State official


P. P. Garner, Jackson.
H. A. Wilson, Jefferson City.
W. J. Butler, Helena.
L. R. Cantwell, Lincoln.
Edward Records, Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. McNeil, Trenton.
Mat. Keenan, Albuquerque.
H. J. Henry, Albany.
Wm. Moore, Raleigh.
W. F. Crewe, Bismarck.
. A. Zimmer, Columbus.
J. A. Whitehurst, Okl.homa
City.
W. H. Lytle, Salem.
T. E. Munce, Harrisburg.
T. E. Robinson, Providence.
W. K. Lewis, Columbia.
A. E. Beaumont, Pierre.
W. B. Lincoln, Nashville.
L. G. Cloud. Fort Worth.
A. 3. Webb, Salt Lake City.
Edward H. Jones, Mont-
pelier.
J. G. Ferneyhough, Ricn-
mond.
L. C. Pelton, Olympia.
J. H. Stewart, Charleston.
John D. Jones, jr., Madison.
A. W. French, Chfeyenne.


TEXAS-FEVER QUARANTINE
PLACES TO WHICH SOUTHERN CATTLE MAY BE SHIPPED FOR IMMEDIATE SLAUGHTER
(List revised to Jan. 6, 1925)

State and Federal permission has been granted for the shipment of southern
cattle for immediate slaughter to the following-named places:
ILLINOIS: Chicago-Union Stock Yards Co. East St. Louis-East Side Packing Co. National Stock
Yards-St. Louis National Stock Yards Co.
INDIANA: Irdianapolis-Brown Brothers; Kingan & Co.; the Indianapolis Abattoir Co. Muncie-
Kuhner Packing Co.
IOWA: Ottumwa-John Morrell & Co. Sioux City-The Cudahy Packing Co.
KANSAS: Kansas City-Kansas City Stock Yards Co. lVichita-Wichita Union Stock Yards Co.
(Cudahy pens).
MASSACHUSETTS: Brighton-Brighton Abattoir Co. Somenrille-New England Dressed Meat and
Wool Co.; Sturtevant and Haley Beef & Supply Co.
MICHIGAN: Detroit-Hammond, Standish & Co.; Mason Beef Co.; Michigan Central Stock Yards Co.;
Newton Packing Co.; Parker-Webb & Co.; Sullivan Packing Co.
MISSOURI: Kansas City-Kansas City Stock Yards Co. St. Louis-St. Louis Independent Packing
Co.; Swift & Co. Sedalia-Stephenson Packing Co. South St. Joseph-St. Joseph Stock Yards Co.
NEBRASKA: South Omaha-Union Stock Yards Co.
NEW YORK: Buffalo-East Buffalo Stock Yards Co.; Jacob Dold Packing Co. New York-Armour
& Co.; Moe Frank; New York Butchers' Dressed Meat Co.; Joseph Stern & Sons; Strauss & Adler; Wilson
& Co.; Swift & Co.; United Dressed Beef Co.
OHIO: Clerelar d-Cleveland Provision Co.; Nick Davis; Koblenzer Bros.; Lake Erie Provision Co.;
Long Dressed Beef Co.; Ohio Provision Co.; Teufel Bros.; Swift & Co.; the Federal Packing Co.
OKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City-Oklahoma National Stock Yards.
PENNSYLVANIA: Allentou'n-Arbogast & Bastian Co. Altoona-United Home Dressed Meat Co.
Butler-Butler Beef & Provision Co. Chester-John J. Buckley Co. Coatesville-the Beiswanger Pack-.
ing Corporation. Erie-Hiabach Brothers. Harrisburg-BreJsford Packing & Storage Co. Johnstown-
Armour & Co.; Ferguson Packing Co. Lancaster-Lancaster Stock Yards. Lock Haven-Wimer Packing
Plant. McKeesport-Peters Packing Co. Mount Carmel-L. W. Weissinger & Bros. Philipsbtarg-
Philipsburg Beef Co. Pittsburah-Armour & Co.; Dunlevy-Franklin Co.; Pittsburgh Provision Packing
Co.; Swift & Co.; Union Stock Yards Co. Punxsutawney-Punxsutawney Beef & Provision Co. Read-
ing-Reading Abattoir Co. Scranton-Frank Carr; Stowers Pork Packing & Provision Co. Shamokin-
Croninger Packing Co. Washngton--E. J. Young Packing Co. H'illiarmport-Williamsport Packing
Co.; John Peters.
WEST VIEMNiA: Wheeling-F. Schenk & Sons Co.
WISCONSIN: Cudahy-Cudahy Brothers. .Milwaukee-Plankinton Packing Co.


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS
(List revised to Jan. 5, 1925)
In accordance with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 273, the bureau has granted
permission for the use of the following saponified cresol solutions in the general
disinfection of cars, yards, and other premises:

Name of disinfectant Manufacturer

Anchor Brand Cresol Compound ........ The Antiseptic Products Co., 3101 Walnut Street. Denver,Colo.
Atlas 50% Cresol Compound............ Chipman Chemical Engineering Co. (Inc.), 95 Liberty Street,
New York, N. Y.
Barrett's Cresol Compound............. The Barrett Co., New York, N. Y.
Clarisol......-............................----------- International Chemical Company, 3130-3140 S. Canal Street,
Chicago, Ill.
Cooper's Saponifed Cresol Solution..... Win. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago. Ill.
Cre-0-Cris .............................. Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Cre-Septie ............................... Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., Chicago, Ill.
Crestall Dip.............................---------------------- Baird & McGuire. Boston. Mass.
Cresyline Cresol Compound............. The Hunt ,Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Creusan Saponified Cresul Solution..... U. S. S.initary ,peci.alties Corporation, 435-441 S. Western
Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Dinsol...---.........................---------------...... Meyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. He.-s Disinfectant-Special--------.. Drs. Hess and Clark, Ashland, Ohio.
Germo-Cresolis .......-........----.......------.... Germo Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Glidden Shur-Shot Disinfectant---........ The Glidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Karspra-------...... -------------------. West Disinfecting Co., New York, N. Y.
Key-State Disinfectant--...........-------------..... Interstate Chemical Co., Jersey City, N. J.
Li-Cresol...-....------------------------The Jen-.en-Salsbery Laboratories, Twcnty-fir-t and Penn
Streets, Kansas City, Mo.
Licresolis-................................ West Disinfecting Co., New York, N. Y.
Masol................................... Charles B. Rodes, 3436 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo.
Mapco ..01 Cresol Compound--------- Michel & Pelton Co., 639 Howard Street, San Francisco, Calif.
Midland Cresol Compound ------------ Midland Chemical Co., Dubuque, Iowa.
Moorman's Saponified Cresol----------........... Moorman Manufacturing Co., Quincy, Ill.
NSCO Cresol Compound ------------- National Supply Co., Birmingham, Ala.
Parke. Davis & Co. Compound Solution
of Crr~ol, U. S. P......--.......--.--........ Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, Mich.
Pennsylvania Railroad Saponified Cresol
Solution....----.....--.------------------....-. Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Altoona, Pa.
Reilly's Cresolis Compound----------- Republic Creosoting Co., Merchants Bank Building, Indianap-
olis, Ind.
Rizdol Compound Dip and Spray.----...... Sanatory Chemical Co., 142 North Third Street, Louisvillg,
Ky.
Roger's 50%. Cresol Solution.------.......-..... Detroit White Lead Works, Chicago, Ill.
Sanitas Sypol-.......--------------------- The Sanitas Co., 33 Keap Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
San-I-Sol..-------..-------------- ---McLaughlin Gormley King Co., 1715 Fifth Str(et SE., Minne-
apolis, Minn.
Sapo-Cresol Special-----.....................------------- Cremoline Disinfecting Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Sherwin-Williams 50 Per Cent Cresol The Sherwin-Williams Co., Chicago, Ill.
Solution.
Solereo S. L.........----....................----------. The.Standard Laboratories, 847 West Jackson Boulevard, Chi-
cago, Ill.
Standard Saponified Cresol Solution-..... The Standard Chemical Co., Tacoma, Wash.
U. D. Liquor Cresolis Compositus...... United Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston, Mass.
Van Schaack's Liquor Cresolis Comp.... Peter Van Schaack & Sons, Chicago, Hll.
Western White Face Brand 50 Per Cent Western Chemical Corporation, P. O. box 83, Houston, Tex.
Cresol Compound (Saponified).

Distributors of permitted disinfectants

Name of permitted Name under which Distributor
disinfectant distributed

Sapo-Cresol Special-..... "Crespolin"...............------- The Worrell Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Crestall Dip ----.--.--. "Hockwald's Creo-Lic Dip" Hockwald Chemical Co., 531 Howard Street, San
Francisco, Calif.
Crestall Dip---------.. "Zelco Disinfectant"---...--.. The Sanitary Products Corporation, 160 Fifth
A venue, New York, N. Y.
Crestall Dip...--..--...... "Qhemo Cattle Disinfect- Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
ant."
Crestall Dip............ "Creco Special".-----........... United Sanitary Products Co. (Inc.), 65 Fifth
Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Cooper's Saponified Cre- Fort Dodge Saponified Fort Dodge Serum Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa.
sol Solution. Cresol."
Cooper's Saponified Cre- "Blue Cross Saponified The Blue Cross Veterinary Supply Co., Superior,
sol Solution. Cresol." Nebr.
Midland Cresol Corn- "Cresylol".--.........-....... --Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr.
pound.
San-I-Sol-..........-..-...---- "San-I-Sol".--...--------..........-- Peet Stock Remedy Co., 33 South Twenty-fifth
Street, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Sherwin-Williams 50 Per "Hemingway's 50 Per Cent Hemingway & Co. (Inc.), Chicago, Ill.
Cent Cresol Solution. Cresol Solution."


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PERMITTED ARSENICAL CATTLE DIPS

(List revised to Jan. 5, 1925)
The following arsenical dips are permitted for use in the official dipping of
cattle for Texas-fever ticks:


Name of dip


Atlas Cattle Dip ........................
Atlas Cattle Dip Improved..............
Cooper's Cattle Dip.....................
Tixol ....................................
Glidden Tik Dip-........................
Hemingway's Alliance Brand Arsenical
Cattle Dip ................-----------.......
Hemingway's Alliance Brand Arsenical
Cattle Dip No. 2.
Jen-Sal Arsenical Dip--- -----------
Kil-Tik............................... ..
Kiltik-A ................................
Kiltik-D.........-------------.......................
Key Dip ..............................--------
Lariat Arsenical Dip..................-------------
Ligol Cattle Dip.....-----------.................
Moorman's Arsenical Dip...............
Probovis -----.................... .....-
Rogers Tick Dip .......................
Rogers Tick Dip "D"-------..................
Tic Tox----------------
Western White Face Brand Arsenical
Cattle Dip.


Manufacturer


Chipman Chemical Engineering Co., New York, N. Y.
Do.
Wm. Cooper & Nephews, Chicago, Ill.
Do.
The Glidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Hemingway & Co. (Inc.), Boundbrook, N. J.
Do.
Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), Kansas City, Mo.
The Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Do.
Do.
Interstate Chemical Co., 12 Bayview Avenue, Jersey City, N. J.
General Chemical Co., 25 Broad Street, New York, N. Y.
Ligol Chemical Co. (Inc.), P. 0. box 593. Houston, Tex.
Moorman Manufact uring Co., Quincy, Ill.
Lehn & Fink, Bloomfield. N. J.
Detroit White Lead Works, Chicago, Ill.
Do.
Baird & McGuire (Inc.), Holbrook, Mass.
Western Chemical Corporation, P. 0. box 83, Houston, Tex.


Distributors of permitted arsenical dips


Name of permitted dip Nae under which Distributor


Cooper's Cattle Dip.... Burch's Tikdip- ............. F. S. Burch & Co., Chicago, Ill.
Glidden Tik Dip........ Dixie Brand C.ittle Dip ..... Culver & Kidd, \lilledgeville, Ga.
Kiltik-D------------- Martin Senour Dip-------........ The Martin Senour Co., Chicago, Ill.
Tic Tox--------------............... Hockwald's Tik-Tok Ar- Fockwald Chemical Co., San Francisco, Calif.
senical Dip.


LICENSES AND PERMITS FOR VETERINARY BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS

LICENSE ISSUED
United States veterinary license No. 180, dated January 14, 1925, was issued
to Klusmire Biologic Laboratories, 2509 0 Street, Omaha, Nebr., for the manu-
facture of the following products: Avian hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin;
avian mixed bacterin; bovine abortion mixed bacterin; bovine abortion vac-
cine; bovine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; bovine mixed bacterin; ovine
hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; ovine mixed bacteria; swine hemorrhagic-
septicemia bacterin; swine mixed bacterin.

LICENSE TERMINATED
United States veterinary license No. 180, issued February 1, 1924, to the
Farmers' Serum Company Biological Laboratory, Omaha, Nebr., was termin-
ated January 14, 1925, on account of change of name under which the establish-
ment was operating. United States veterinary license No. 180, described above,
was then issued to the Klusman Biologic Laboratories.

PERMIT ISSUED
United States veterinary permit No. 6, dated January 9, 1925, was issued to
A. Charklian, New York, N. Y., for the importation of the following products:
Blackleg vaccine; s6rum contre le carbon symptomatique; serum polyvalent;
manufactured by Institut de S6rot.h6rapie de Toulouse, France. Tuberculins
(intradermic, ophthalmic, and subcutaneous); vaccine virus (anthrax or carbonn;
manufactured by Laboratoire des Vaccins Pasteur pour I'Etranger, Paris, France.


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER VETERINARY LICENSE, DECEMBER, 1924

Dei',l1mber, Year, 1924


C. c. C. c.
Ordinary serum.......-........-.....---------------------------.........-...........--------------............-........ 13,729,714 576,71, 23
Clear serum-------------------------............--------.........-..-...-......---------...-..-.........------ 11,305, 488 189, 538,390
Total scrum-------.........-....-...-....----------...-.........----------...-........-------..-....-.......------- 25,035,202 766,251,213
Simultaneous virus.--------------------------------------------........................................................ 1,275,116 34,718,848
Hyperimmunizing virus .................................................... 3,526,133 ]47,779,287


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws,
as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Livestock Quarantine Law
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Co., failure to mark way-
bill "Tuberculous cattle" and with statement that car was to be cleaned and
disinfected, $25 fine.
Ambrose De Pue, Preston, Iowa, interstate shipment of tuberculin reactors
without certificate, $100 fine.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway of Texas, interstate movement of infec-
tious cars without cleaning and disinfection under bureau supervision, $100
fine.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., failure to mark waybill and placard car "South-
ern cattle," $100 fine.
Charles Rice, Bristol, Wis., interstate movement of cattle without tuberculin
test, $100 fine.
Twenty-Eight-Hour Law
Atlanta & West Point Railroad Co., $125 fine.
Chicago & Alton Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 fines.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (3 cases), $300 fines.
Georgia Railroad, $100 fine.
Grand Trunk Railway System (3 cases), $300 fines.
Lehigh Valley Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 fines.
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 fines.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway, $100 fine.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway of Texas (23 cases), $2,300 fines.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. (7 cases), $700 fines.
Northern Pacific Railway Co., $100 fine.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Co., $100 fine.
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co., $100 fine.
Texas & Pacific Railway Co. (5 cases), $500 fines.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but publications
are sent in bulk to officers in charge for distribution to members of their forces. The number of copies sent
varies with the subject or nature of the publication and the number and class of employees. Officers in
charge will use their judgment and distribute publications to best advantage. So far as possible addi-
tional copies will be furnished on request.]

Department Bulletin 1300. Corn and Hog Correlation. By Sewall Wright,
Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 60, figs. 30.
The Chemical Composition of Edible Viscera From Meat-Producing Animals.
By Wilmer C. Powick and Ralph Hoagland, Biochemic Division. In Journal of
Agricultural Research, Vol. XXVIII, No. 4, April 26, 1924. A-70. Pp. 339-
346.


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Antineuritic Vitamin in Poultry Flesh and Eggs. By Ralph Hoagland, Bio-
chemic Division, and Alfred R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. In Journal
of Agricultural Research, Vol. XXVIII, No. 5, May 3, 1924. A-71. Pp.
461-472.
Ascaris Sensitization. By B. H. Ransom and J. F. Couch, Bureau of Animal
Industry, and W. T. Harrison, U. S. Public Health Service. In Journal of
Agricultural Research, Vol. XXVIII, No. 6, May 10, 1924. A-74. Pp. 577-
582. P1. 1.
Studies Relating to the Immunology of Bovine Infectious Abortion. By
J. M. Buck and G. T. Creech, Pathological Division. In Journal of Agricul-
tural Research, Vol. XXVIII, No. 7, May 17, 1924. Pp. 607-642. A-90.
Amendment 7 to B. A. I. Order 283, dated January 2, 1925, declaring Wapello
County, Iowa, and Red Lake County, Minn., in modified accredited areas for
tuberculosis. P. 1. (Mimeographed.)
B. A. I. Order 291. To prevent the spread of European fowl pest and other
similar contagious diseases of poultry. Effective December 22, 1924. P. 1.
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry for the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1924. Pp. 40.
Poster, War Map of Tuberculosis of Livestock. Red and black ink, 19 by 28
inches.
Poster, Tuberculosis of Swine. Red and black ink, 13 by 18 inches.
Poster, Attend Poultry Shows. Red and black ink, 16 by 23 inches.
Poster, Protect Your Poultry From European Fowl Pest. Red and black
ink, 13 by 18 inches.

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 Division: M. DORSET, chief.
Field Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER, chief.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Pathological Division: JOHN S. BUCKLEY, chief.
Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: J. A. KIERNAN, chief.
Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.
Zoological Division: B. H. RANSOM, chief.
Experiment Station: E. C. SCHROEDER, superintendent.
Office of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
Office of Personnel: GEORGE H. RUSSELL, in charge.






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S. R. A.-B. A. I. 213 I ss u ed February 1925 United States Department of ulture SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEME BUREAU OF ANIMAL IN JANUARY, 1925 LTbi publication i i ued monthly for the di emination of m.atio instruction ruling . etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. ee distribution i limited to per on in the service of the bureau, e tabli hments a t which the Federal meat i.n~pection is conducted, public officers whose dutie make it desirable for them to have uch information, and journal s e. pecially concerned. Other desiring copie may obtain them from the Supetintendent of Document , Government Printing Offic e, Wash ington, D. C ., at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year. A upply will be sent to each official in charge of a tation or branch of the bureau ervice, who should promptly di. tribute copie~ to m ember of his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.] CONTENTS :-~~!1~~;e~~ofj:~~~~~~=============================================================================== Death of Dr. George Ditewig _________________________________________________ _____ _______________ _ D eat h of Dr. Willi a m T. Conw ay __________________________________ _ ______________________________ _ X otice regarding meat inspection: Reporting cervica l abscesses of hog carcasses ___________________________________________________ _ Animals slaughtered under :F:edera l meat insp ectio n, Dec e mber, 1924 _____________________________ _ _ Causes for condemnation uf carcasses, ovember, 19 4 ____________________________________________ _ Imports of food animals and meat products __ ----------------------------------------------------Importation and disposal of h ay and straw packing materi a ls a nd feeding materials _______________ _ ummary o f tuberculosis eradication work in cooperat i on with S t ates, Decem b er, 1924 ____________ _ Texas fever quara ntine: Places to whic h southern cattle may be shipped for immediate s l a u ghter ______________________ _ P ermitted disinfectants ______________________________ _____________________________________________ _ Permitted arsenica l cat tle dips ____________________________________________________________________ _ Li censes and permits for vete rina.-). bio l ogical products ____________________________________________ _ Anti-hogchole r a serum and hogcho l era virus produc e d unde r U. S . veteri nary li cense , D ecembe r, 1824 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Results o f prosecutions for viol a tions of l aws ______________________________________________________ _ New public a tions of the burea u_-----------------------------------------------------------------Org anizatio n of the Burea u o f Animal Industry __________ _____________________________________ ___ _ CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat Inspection Granted 12-L. Kingan & Co., 1150 East Firs t Street, Los Angeles, C a lif. Page 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 6 7 8 8 9 9 9 10 278. Zion ational Kosher Sausage Factory (Inc. ) , 478-480 Austin Place, New York, . Y. *292. Milner Provision Co., Bo x 107 , Frankfort, Ind. 419-M. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co ., foot of Hecla Street, Detroit, Mich. *421. Vicksburg Dressed Beef Co., Vicksburg , Miss. 421-A. Vicksburg Dressed Beef Co., 1422 Washington Street, Vicksburg, Miss. *502. Standard Packing Co., 1200 North 2d Street, East St. Louis, Ill. Meat Inspection Withdrawn 57-A. I. Oscherwitz & Sons, Cincinnati, Ohio. 146. Purity Cross (Inc.), West Orange, N. J. 374. Cube-O (Inc.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 752. Mohawk Packing Co., Boston, Mass. 950. Engle Supply Co., ew York, N. Y. 1004. Wisconsin Packing Co., Wausau, Wis. 31273-25t-l

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2 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, Meat Inspection Extended 222. Jacob E. Decker & Sons, 15th Street E., Mason City, Iowa, to include the American Provisions Export Co. Change in Name of Official Establishment *358. East Side Packing Co., 403-490 E. 44th Street, ew York, N. Y., instead of M. & H. Hoffman. New Stations Frankfort, Ind., meat inspection, Dr. Charles Corson, inspector in charge. Vicksburg, Miss., meat inspection, Dr. Philip F. R. Meyer, inspector in charge. Substations Discontinued Vicksburg, Miss., is no longer a substation of Natchez, 1iss. West Orange, N. J., formerly a substation of ewark, . J. Add to List of Officials in Charge Dr. Philip F. R. Meyer, care Armour & Co., Vicksburg, Miss. Dr. Charles Corson, care Milner Provision Co., Frankfort, Ind. l\Ir. James E. McDonough, cooperating in inspections for the avy, avy Yard, Bremerton, Wash. Mr. Harry Kay, cooperating in inspections for the avy, avy Yard, Bremerton, Wash. Dr. T. B. Pote, inspector in charge of meat inspection, St. Louis, Mo. Remove from List of Officials in Charge Dr. W. T. Conway, St. Louis, Mo. (Deceased.) Change of Addresses of Officials in Charge Dr. Leo E. Lyons, inspector in charge, Little Rock, Ark., has exchanged positions with Dr. Hugh L. Fry, inspector in charge, Jackson, Miss., effective Feb. 15, 1925. , NEW DIRECTORY A new directory of the bureau, revised to January 15, 1925, is in pre s and it is hoped that it will be distributed to bureau stations by the time this i sue of Service and Regulatory Announcements appears. DEATH OF DR. GEORGE DITEWIG Dr. George Ditewig's many friends throughout the country will be grieved to learn of his sudden death at Garfield Ho pital, Washington, D. C., January 2 . Although he had been under treatment for heart trouble for some time, hi death came a a surpri e, as on the previou day he had attended as u ual to hi office dut ies in the Meat In pection Divi ion of the Bureau of Animal Indu try. Doctor Ditewig was born at Peoria, Ill., February 11, 1 63. Prior to entering college he engaged in farming and stock rai ing in Illinoi . In the spring of 1 91 he was graduated from the Chicago Veterinary College with the degree of D. V. S. He wa credited with the highe t average for collective studie in his class and was awarded the prize in materia medica. Following hi graduation he entered practice at Canton, Ill., and during the five year that he was in practice he held a commission as a istant tate veterinarian. On February 10, 1 97 he was appointed a i tant in pector in the Bureau of Animal Industry through civil -service examination and was tationed at a-

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1925) ERn E .L~D REG LA.TORY A ... T T 3 Hi qualification imm diate]y attracted att ntion and on_ T ,ember 5 1 " 7 h wa tran ferr d to th Da, np r , Iowa, m at-in pection t tion a in p t r in charg . n XoYcmber 21 1903 he wa a igne to a lar r tati n at in innati hio, an n ugu t 1 190 , t the t. Jo ph, l\1o., tation a in p ctor in charg . He o u ce ful in handling the , arious duti a~~i n d t him that n :\fay 1, 1907, be wa r que ted to a ume the duti f tray lina in p ctor. In 1 6 an w meat-in pection law wa pa ed whi h had for it object he im proY men of the ed ral mea in pection. Doctor Ditewig' dutie a traYeling in p ctor wer Yery important in helping to carry this law into effect and in de, loping the meat-in pee ion en-ice to it pre ent tatu of fficiency. ith the rowth and deYelopment of thi ervice it wa nee ary to enlarge and modify the oraanization at headquarter" and Doctor Ditewig wa called to Wa hington, Kovember 1 1911, to a um the dutie of a i tant chief of the ~Ieat In pection Did i n which po ition he held at the time of hi death. oon after ent ring the public ervice Doctor Ditewig declared hi intention of makina he work of the Bureau of Animal Indu try hi life work, and he did. He wa a man of more than ordinary intelligence of fine principle and worthy a pira ion and wa endo-wed with a will to carry hi determination into effect . He wa e teemed and re pected among hi acquaintance a a genial companion and wa loved mo t b tho e who knew him be t. The meat-in pection ervice of the country ha lo one of it mo t able advocate and upporter , the bureau ha lo t one of it mo t accompli hed and efficient employee , and hi fellow worker have lo t a loyal and re pected friend. Doctor Ditewig left no family. DEAT H O F D R. WILLIAM T . C O WAY Dr. William T. Comrny, in pector in charge of the tation of the Bureau of Animal Indu try at t . Loui , Mo., died at his home in hat city January 1, 1 925 after a very brief illne , at the age of 46 years. Doctor Conway entered the ervice of the bureau as an a i tant veterinar in pector in 1903. Hi fir year of ervice were at the tati n at _ ational tock Yard Ill. and t. Loui~ , ::\Io . Hi later a ignment and advancements were to the po ition of in pector in charge at ::\forri town, Tenn., Ke-w Haven, Conn., Pitt burgh Pa. and t. Louis, l\Io., in the order named. Doctor Conway wa a tudiou and able i pector and won the confidence and re pect of all his a ociate in the enice. The bureau deeply deplore hi l o and extend its incere ympathy to the bereaved family. OTICE REGARD! G MEAT I S PEC T IO REPORTING CERVI CAL ABSCESSES O F HOG C ARCASSES Greater uniformity in reporting the diagnosis and di po ition of the head of bog carca e retained olely on account of cervical ab ce s i de ired, and fo r the purpo e of ecuring uch uniformity in pector are directed to report such carca e in group without li ting the tag number . The group are to be determined by the di po ition made of the bead and the total for each group entered on a ingle line of the J\I. I. 112-F report. The following manner o f making the entrie i ugge ted fo r general u e: "Cervic. Absce -Head P d." (give number) and 'Cervic. Ab ce s-Head Cond." (g ive number). Entries howing number and dispo ition bould al o be made i n the appropriate paces provided on the ::\1. I. 112-D report. In pector in charge will plea e ee that the above in tructions a r e made effective at their re pective stations.

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4 B REAU OF ANIMAL IKDlISTRY [January, ANIMALS SL AUGHTERED U DER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, DECEMBER, 1924 Station ~ttl e Calves Sheep Goats wine Baltimore __________________ ---_ --_ ----_ 6,494 1,616 2,219 ----------111,492 Brooklyn _________ ________________________ ___ 6,265 9, 53 30,614 2 ------------Buffalo ______________________________________ 7,675 3,05 ,5 ---------129,224 Chicago ____ -______ -------------210, 92 59,202 227,32 101 1,080,047 Cincinnati__ ________ ---_ _ ------11,615 7,25 4,145 30 92,367 Cleveland ___ ______________ _ _________________ 10, 4-10 7,67 10,229 ----------143,155 Detroit ______________________________________ 6,332 7,1 1 22,59 1 I 160,218 Fort Worth ______ ___________________________ 64,272 35,972 5,961 1,244 49,35 Indianapolis ___________ ______________________ 19,547 3,223 2, 37 ---------233,153 Jersey City __________________________________ 6,615 10,9 -30,757 100,286 ----------Kansas City _________________________________ 119, 7 5 30,916 75.293 3,3 430,474 filwaukee ___ _ -----------------13,226 43,732 3,140 2 215,297 ational tock Yards ________________________ 40,555 6,044 19 026 222 202,655 ew York ___________________________________ 3 , 794 4 , 34 1 142, 127 190 129,449 Omaha _______________ ---___ _ ----------79,46 0 6,991 131,699 106 345,268 Philadelphia ________ ---___ ---------, 661 6,397 14,341 121,497 St. Louis ____________________________________ 14,7 7 2,535 4,140 --------1 206,937 Sioux City _____________________ _ _____________ 36,651 2,864 35,843 ----------256,216 South t. Joseph _____________________________ 29,41 7,036 56,775 8 239,930 South t. Paul ______ _ _ ---____ _ _____________ 44,070 49,705 37,906 ----------432,931 All other establishments _____________________ 150,320 64,992 106, 09 424 1,920,352 Total: December, 1924 _________________ I 925, 74 415,579 971,916 5, 71 6,600,306 December, 1923 _________________ 756,250 323,53 977,6 1 2,992 5,903,759 12 months ended December, 1924 9,593,075 4,935,030 11,990,831 32,5 5 52, 72,634 1 2 months ended December, 1923 9,162,516 4,500,323 11, 52 , 550 26,607 53,333, 70 I Horses slaughtered at all establishments, December, 1924, 1,450. Inspections of lard at all establishments, 20-1,037,915 pounds; compound and other substitutes, 3 ,615, 169 pounds. Corresponding inspecti ons for December, 1923: Lard, 205,556,183 pounds; compound and other substitutes, 24,428,856 pounds. (These totals do not represent actual production, as the same lard or compound may have been i;:ispected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.) CAUSES FOR CONDEM ATION OF CARCASSES, NOVEMBER, 1924 Cause Cattl e Calves Sheep Swine Emaciation______________________ _ _ _____________________ _______ 826 116 267 179 Hog chol e r a__________________________________ _ _________________ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ ___ _ ____ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ _ 2 , 715 Inflammatory diseases__________________________________________ 1, 01 155 526 2, 200 Immaturity_________________ ___________________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ 305 ___________________ _ Tuberculosis_ __________________________________________________ 7, 369 50 _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ 7, 132 All other causes________________________________ ________________ 2 , 322 247 345 3, 4-09 Total________ _____ _______________________________ _ ________ 11,535 873 1,138 15,635 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND MEAT PRODUCTS The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during December, 192 4, with figur e for other periods for comparison. Imports off ood animals Country of export I Cattle Swine I Sheep Goats Mexico _________________________________________________________ 6,679 125 12,184 25 Canada ________________________________________________________ 4, 140 1, 751 2,064 5 Total: December, 1924 ____________________________ _______ 10, 819 1,876 14,248 30 December, 1923 ____________________________ _______ 1 , 592 167 116 2 12 months ended December, 1924 __________________ 208,003 29,070 , 630 10,155 12 months ended December, 1923 __________________ 171, 758 2,371 48,414 504 •

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1925] SERVICE A D REGULATORY A NOUNCEMENT 5 Import of meat and meat food products Fresh and refrigerated Country of export Canned Other Total and cured products weight • Beef 0th r Po unds Pound s Pounds Po unds Pounds Argentina ______ . __________________________ 28, 4 90,696 800,469 ------------920,049 Au tralia __________________________________ -----------2,995 36,000 -----------38,995 Brazil _____________________________________ ------------2,500 ------------------------2,500 Canada ____________________________________ 106,435 537,626 44,9 3 53,297 742,341 ruguay __________________________________ ----------------------53,101 ------------53, 101 Other countries ____________________________ ------------------------61, 696 37,614 99,310 Total : December, 1924 __________________ 135,319 633,817 996,249 90,911 1,856 ,296 December, 1923. _________________ 1,126,283 87,682 1 ,033, 9 5 65, 37 2,313,787 12 months ended D ecember, 1924_ 11,110,724 11,749,291 11,302,381 2,426,807 36,589,203 12 months ended Decemb e r, 1923_ 13,685, 139 9,517,644 11,6 86,368 1 ,327,009 36,216,160 Condemned in D ecembe r, 1924: Pork, 165 pounds. Refused entry: B eef, 9 ~unds; pork, 23 pounds; total, 112 pounds. IMPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF HAY AND STRAW PACKING MATERIALS AND FEEDING MATERIALS The attention of bureau in spectors engaged in super v i sing the importation and disposal of import hay and straw packing materials and various f eeding materials for livestock is directed to the following Declaration No. 2, of the S ecretary of Agriculture: DECLARATION NO. 2 WASHINGTON, D. c., January 2S, 1925. The Secreta r y of Agriculture h aving so d etermine d, it is hereby decl a red t hat Norway, Ire land, and Channel Islands, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, G u am, the Union of South Africa, Can ada, Mexico, the islands of the West Indies, and the Cook, Fiji, Fanning, Washington, Marquesas, Samoa ( Tavi gators), Society, and Tonga (Fri endly) groups of islands in P o l ynesia proper are free from foot -and-mouth 11 dise ase and rinderpest. This declarati on is made in accordance with section 2, Regulation 11, of the r egulations governing the sanitary handling and contro l of bides, fleshings, bide cuttings, parings, and glue stock, sheepskins, and goatskins and parts thereof, h a ir , woo l , and other animal by-products, h a y, straw, forage, or similar ma terial offered for entry into the United States (B. A. I. Order 286), and will supe rs ede Declaration o. 1 of this department dated October 29, 1924. HOWARD M. GORE, Secretary of Agricultu r e . SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION WITH STATES, DECEMBER, 1924 Tuberculin tests Total to date during month State Once Ac-Herds Inspector in charge State offici a l Herds Cattle Cattl e tested cred -under or tested re-free ited superl ots acted herds herds visio n -------Ala _ _______ 61 2,163 31 1,704 167 2,267 R. E. J ackson ____ _ C. A. Cary, Aubu:-n. Ariz ________ 212 3,243 3og l 2,637 13 0 , 358 F. L. Schneider_ __ S.E. Dougl a s , Phoenix . Ark ________ 91 416 1,928 48 2.165 L. E. Lyons ______ J. H. Bux, Little Rock. CaliL _____ 45 1,612 10 2,038 1 43 2,189 R. Snyder_ ________ J.P. Iverson, Sacramento. Colo _______ 3 125 0 1,104 47 1 ,335 W. E . Howe ______ C. G . Lamb, Denver. Conn ______ 220 5,402 1141 329 593 1,763 R. L. Smith _______ J.M. Whittl esey, Hartford. DeL _______ 137 1,569 228 1 , 5971 841 2,980 W. G. Middl eton_ 0. A. Newton, Bridgeville. D. C _______ 3 71 0 253 26 286 J . A . Kiernan _____ Fla _________ l 119 2,517 14 5,348 342 6,301 J. G. Fish _________ J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. Ga _________ 66 963 24 4, 3351 44 5,031 A. L. Hirleman ___ P. F. B ahnsen, Atl a nta. Idaho ______ 465 4,235 35 16, 2971 86 19,249 W . A . S ullivan ____ W. R. Smith, Boise. m __________ 4, 732, 46,317 2,470 1 ,907 890 61,434 J. J. Lintner_ _____ F. A . L ai rd, Springfield. Ind ________ 2,010 1 , 020 278 31, 4481 9, 251 41,421 J.E. Gibson ______ R. C. Julien, Indianapolis. Iowa _______ 3,335 58,079 1,824 36, 2991 4, 731 58,474 J. A. B arge r _______ M. G. Thornburg, Des Kans _______ ! Moines. 1,340 16,812 242 9, 2571 862 10,435 N . L. Townsend __ J. H. Mercer, Topeka. Ky _________ , 1,090 5,859 65 30,642 279 35,748 W. F. Biles _______ W. H. Simmons, Frankfort. I,a _________ 232 2,517 90 1,666 35 2,672 A. F . Staub _______ E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge. Me _________ , 643 6,609 81 11, 9241 1, 951 15,2 8 J .B. Reidy _______ H. M . Tucker, Augusta. Md ________ 507 6,725 338 2,234 1,338 6,929 T. A. L adson _____ J ames B . George, Baltimore. Mass _______ 106 1,800 54 6181 215 1,373 E. A. Crossman ___ L. H. Howard, Boston. Mich _______ 3,068 30,137 741 55,217 228 66,853 T. S. Rieb ________ H. W. Norton, jr., Lansing. Minn ______ 3,129 71,233 3,318 14, 628, 4, 724 23,360 W . J. Fretz _______ C. E. Cotton, t. Paul. 31273-25t--2

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6 BUR.EAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [January, Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, December, 1924-Continued Tuberculin tests Total to date during month • State Once• Ac Herds Inspector in charge State official Herds Cattle Cattle tested cred• under or tested re• free ited super• lots acted herds herds vision --------Miss ....... 43 1,270 1 350 113 720 H. L. Fry ......... P. P. Garner, J ackson . Mo ... _____ 742 7,66 1 47 51,122 784 54,259 Ralph Graham .... H. A. Wilson, Jefferson City. Mont. _____ 282 5,096 14 18,604 153 19,365 J. W. Murdoch .... W. J. Butler, Helena. Nebr. ...... 970 13,634 109 13,018 139 13,847 C.H. Hays.--L. R. Cantwell, Lincoln. Nev .... ---71 1,282 1 2,017 8 2,440 L. C . Butterfield._ Edward Records, Reno. N. H ....... 258 4,262 92 1,871 972 3,437 E. A. Crossman ... A. L. Felker, Concord. N. J ........ 206 3,582 121 1,018 385 11,845 W. G. Middleton. J. H. McNeil, Trenton. N. l\'lex .... 19 112 0 2,272 4 2,487 F. L. Schneider ___ Mat. Keenan, Albuquerque. N. Y. ______ 2,506 35,270 3,627 20, 036 10, 714 40,770 H.B. Leonard .... E. J. H!lnry, Albany. N. C _______ 4,311 10,843 34 130,177 68 141,725 W. C. Dending er __ Wm. Moore, Raleigh. N. Dak ____ 836 19,049 225 15,516 2,600 20,754 E. E. Cohenour.. J F. Crewe, Bismarck. Ohio ....... 2,793 21,554 582 33,258 1,363 37,943 A. J. De Foss e t ___ . A. Zimmer, Columbus. Okla. ______ 14 1,142 5 158 473 653 E. Grafke ......... J. A. Whitehurst, Oklahoma City. Oreg.--1,401 13, 153 127 28,421 661 26,359 S. B. Foster_ _____ . W. H. Lytle, Salem . P a.----1,436 15,616 459 20,430 3,136 25,937 P. E. Quinn ...... T. E. Munce, Harrisburg. R. r__ ______ -------------------31 28 59 E. A. Crossman ... T. E. Robinson, Providence. S. C ..•. ---168 1,46 5 2 780 186 5,102 W. K. Lewis ...... W. K. Lewis, Columbia. S. Dak ..... 64 2,025 24 557 404 1, 1471 J. 0. Wilson ... ___ A. E. Beaumont, Pierre. Tenn _______ 172 3,795 15 155 413 12, 749 E. I. Smith .. ---W. B. Lincoln, Nashville. Tex ........ 97 1,675 42 607 264 1,204 L. J. Allen ........ L. G. loud, Fort Worth. Utah ....... 150 1,403 13 9,422 181 10,411 F. E. Murray ____ . A. J. Webb, Salt L a ke City. Vt..------471 11,443 3 5 2, 0481 2, 7 6 7,216 L. H. Adams ...... Edward E. Jones, font• pelier. Va ......... 262 3,719 44 5, 8701 1, 290 7,526 R. E. Brookbank. J. G. Ferneyhough, Ricn-mond. Wash. _____ 321 5,988 246 26,836 137 28,778 J. C. Exline ....... L. C. Pelton, Olympia. W. Va _____ 261 2,575 53 4,952 536 5,842 George W. Neff ___ J.E. Stewart, Charle ton. Wis ........ 2, 653 49, 297 566 40, 76616, 078 51,642 J. S. Healy ........ John D. Jones, jr., Madison. Wyo _______ 149 920 20 4, 9 7 9 5,630 John T. Dallas .... A. W. French, Cheyenne. -----------Total. 4.2, 270 524, 255 17, 111 668, 589,60, 639 900,758 TEXAS-FEVER QUARANTINE PLACES TO WHICH SOUTHERN CATTLE MAY BE SHIPPED FOR IMMEDIATE SLAUGHTER (List revised to Jan. 6, 1925) State and Federal permission has been granted for the shipment of southern cattle for immediate slaughter to the following-named places: Iu.lNOis: Chicago-Union Stock Yards Co. East St. Louis-East Side Packing Co. Natio11al Stock Yards-St. Louis National Stock Yards Co. INDIANA: Indianapolis-Brown Brothers; Kingan & Co.; the Indianapolis Abattoir Co. MuncieKuhner Packing Co. IOWA: Ottumwa-John Morrell & Co. Sioux City-The Cudahy Packing Co. KANSAS: Kansas City-Kansas City Stock Yards Co. Wichita-Wichita Union Stock Yards Co. (Cudahy pens). MASSACHUSETTS: Brighton-Brighton Abattoir Co. Somerville-ew England Dressed Meat and Wool Co.; turtevant and Ealey Beef & Supply Co. MICIDGAN: Detroit-Hammond, Standish & Co.; Mason Beef Co.; Michigan Central Stock Yards Co.; Newton Packing Co.; Parker-Webb & Co.; Sullivan Packing Co. MISSOURI: Kansas City-Kansas City Stock Yards Co. St. Louis-St. Louis Independent Packing Co.; Swift & Co. Sedalia-Stephenson Packing Co. South St. Joseph-St. Joseph Stock Yards Co. NEBRASKA: South Omaha-Union Stock Yards Co. NEW YORK: Buffalo-East Buffalo Stock Yards Co.; Jacob Dold Packing Co. New York-Armour & Co.; Moe Frank; New York Butchers' Dressed Meat Co.; Joseph Stern & Sons; Strauss & Adler; Wilson & Co.; Swift & Co.; United Dressed Beef Co. Omo: Cleveland-Cleveland Provision Co.; Nick Davis; Koblenzer Bros.; Lake Erie Provision Co.; Long Dressed Beef Co.; Ohio Provision Co.; Teufel Bros.; Swift & Co.; the Federal Packing Co. OKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City-Oklahoma National Stock Yards. PENNSYLVANIA: Allentown-Arbogast & Bastian Co. Altoona-United Home Dressed Meat Co. Butler-Butler Beef & Provision Co. Chester-John J. Buckl ey Co. Coatesville-the Beiswanger Pack•. ing Corporation. Erie-Hiabach Brothers. Harrisburg-Brelsford Packing & Storage Co. JohnstownArmour & Co.; Ferguson Packing Co. Lancaster-Lancaster Stock Yards. Lock Baoen-Wimer Packing Planb. McKeesport-Peters Packing Co. Mount Carmel-L. W. Weissinger & Bros. Philipsburo Philipsburg Beef Co. Pittsburgh-Armour & Co.; Dunlevy-Franklin Co.; Pittsburgh Provision Packing Co.; Swift & Co.; Union Stock Yards Co. Punxsutawney-PUIJxsutawney Beef & Provision Co. Read ing-Reading Abattoir Co. Scranton-Frank Carr; Stowers Pork Packing & Provision Co. ShamokinCroninger Packing Co. Washington-E. J. Young Packing Co. Williamsport-Williamsport Packing Co.; John Peters. WEST Vrnr.mu: Wheeling-F. Schenk & Sons Co. WISCONSIN: Cudahu-Cudahy Brothers. Milwaukee-Plankinton Packing Co.

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1925) ER I E A D REGULATORY AN OUN E 1E T 7 PERMITTED DISINFECT ANTS (List revised to Jan. 5, 1925) In ace rdan with the provisions of B. A. I. Order 273, the bureau has granted permi i n for the u e of the following saponifi d c r esol solutions in the general di inf ti n of ar , yards, and other premises: ame of disinf ctant Anchor Brand Cresol Compound ....... . Atl 50 % r eso l om pound ........... . Barr tt's resol ompound ............ . Clarisol .•................................ Coop r s aponified Creso l Solution .... . r •O ris ............................. . re• eptic ............................. . . Cre tall Dip ............................ . r yline Creso l Compound ............ . Creusan apon.ified Creso l Solution .... . Dinsol ....•.............................. Dr. Hes Disinfectant-Special ......... . Germo•Cresolis ..................•....... Glidden bur• hot Disinfectant ........ . Karspray . .............................. . Key• tate Disinfectant ..•............... LiCresol ..............................•. Lic reso lis ............................... . l\Iasol .................................. . Mapco 50 % Cresol Compound .......... . Midland resol om pound ............ . Moorman's Saponified Cresol. .......... . CO Creso l Compound .............. . P arke, Davis & Co. Compound Solution of Cresol, U. S. P ............. .... .... . Pennsylvania Railroad Sapon.ified Creso l olution .............................. . Reilly's Cresolis Compound ............ . Rizdol Compound Dip and Spray ....••. Roger's 50% Cresol Solution . .•••..•..••. Sanitas Sy pol. ...................... ... . San•I•Sol ........................... ! ... . Sapo•Cre ol Special ..................... . Sherwin•Williams 50 P e r Cent Cresol Solution. Solcreo S. L ...............•............. Standard Saponified Cresol Solution ..•.. U. D. Liquor Cresolis Compositus ..... . Van Schaack's Liquor Cresolis Comp ...• Western White Face Brand 50 Per Cent Cresol Compound (Saponified). M : anufacturer The Antiseptic Products Co., 3101 Walnut Street, Denver,Colo. Chipman Chem i ca l Engineering Co. (Inc.), 95 Liberty Stree t , ew York, N . Y. The Barrett Co., New York, N. Y. International Chemical Company, 3130-3 1 40 S. Canal Street, Chicago, Ill. Wm. Cooper & Nephews , Chicago, Ill. Rochest e r Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y. Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., Chicago, Ill. Baird & McGuire, Boston, Mass. The Hunt Manufacturing Co., Clevel and, Ohio. U. S. S anitary Specialties Corporation, 435-441 S . Western Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Meyer Brothers Drug Co., St. Loui s, Mo. Drs. Hess and Clark, Ashland, Ohio. Germo Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo. The Glidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio. West Disinfecting Co., New York, N. Y . Interstate Chemica l Co., J ersey City, N. J. The Jensen•Salsbery Laboratories, Twenty.first and Penn Streets, Kansas City, Mo. West Disinfecting Co . , New York, . Y. Charles B. Rodes, 3436 Broadway, K a nsas City, Mo. Miche l & P elton Co., 639 Howard Street, San Francisco, Calif. Midland Ch e mica l Co., Dubuque, Iowa. Moorman Manufacturing Co., Quincy, Ill. National Supply Co., Birmingham, Ala. Parke, Dav is & Co., Detroit, Mich. Pennsylvania R a ilroad Co . , Altoona, Pa. Republic Creosoting Co., Merchants Bank Building, Indianapolis, Ind. Sanatory Chemical Co., 142 North Thi.rd Street, Louis v ill e, Ky. Detroit White L ead Works, Chicago , Ill. The Sanitas Co., 33 Keap Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. McLaughlin Gormley King Co., 171 5 Fifth Street SE., Minne-apolis, Minn. Cre molin e Disinf ecting Co., St. Loui s, Mo. The Sherwin•Williams Co., Chicago, rn. The Standard Laboratories, 847 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Ill. The Standard Chemical Co., Tacoma, Wash. United Drug Co., 43 Leon Street, Boston, Mass. Peter Van Schaack & Sons, Chicago, . Ill. Western Chemical Corporation, P. 0. box 83, Houston, Tex. Distributors of permitted disinfectants ame of permitted disinfectant Name under which distributed Sapo-Cresol Special..... "Crespolin " ............... . Crestall Dip............ "Hockwald's Creo•Lic Dip" Crestall Dip............ "Zelco Disinfectant" .....•. Crestall Dip............ "Chemo Cattle Disinfectant." Distributor The Worrell Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo. Hockwald Chemical Co., 531 Howard Street, San Francisco, Calif. The Sanitary Products Corporation, 160 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Chemo Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Cresta!! Dip ............ "Creco Special" ...........• United Sanitary Products Co . (Inc.), 65 Fifth Cooper's Sapon.ified Cre so Solution. Cooper's Sapon.ified Cre sol Solution. Midland Cresol Compound. San-I-Sol .•.•............ Sherwin-Williams 50 Per Cent Cresol Solution. Avenue, New York, N. Y. "Fort Dodge Cresol." Sapon.ified Fort Dodge Serum Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa. "Blue Cross Sapon.ified Cresol." "Cresylol " ........••....•.. The Blue Cross Veterinary Supply Co., Superior, Nebr. Norden Laboratories, Lincoln, Nebr. "San-I-Sol"................ Peet Stock Remedy Co., 33 South Twenty-fifth Street, Council Bluffs, Iowa. "Hemingway's 50 Per Cent Hemingway & Co. (Inc.), Chicago, Ill. Cresol Solution."

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8 BUREAU OF ANI fAL INDUSTRY [January, PERMITTED ARSENICAL CATTLE DIPS (List revised to J an. 5, 1925) The following arsenical dips are permitted fo r use in the official dipping of cattle for Texas-fever ticks: :-fame of dip Atlas Cattle Dip _______________________ _ Atlas Cattle Dip Improved _____________ _ Cooper's Cattle Dip ____________________ _ Tixol ___________________________________ _ Glidden Tik Dip _______________________ _ Hemingway's Alliance Brand Arsenica l Cattle Dip ___________________________ _ Hemingway's Alliance Brand Arsenical Cattle Dip o. 2. Jen-Sal Arsenical Dip ___________________ _ Kil-Tik _________________________________ _ Kiltik-A ________________________________ _ Kiltik-D ________________________________ _ Key Dip _______________________________ _ Lariat Arsenical Dip_-------------------Ligol Cattl e Dip ________________________ _ Moorman's Arsenical Dip ______________ _ Probovi -------------------------------Rogers Tick Dip _______________________ _ Rogers Tick Dip "D"------------------Tic Tox ________________________________ _ Western White Face Brand _ rsenical C attle Dip. 1anufacturer Chipman Chemical Engineering Co., ew York, N. Y. Do. Wm. Cooper & ephews, Chicago, Ill. Do. The Glidden Co., Cleveland, Ohio . Hemingway & Co. (Inc.), Boundbrook, N . J. Do. Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories (Inc.), . Kansas City, Mo. The herwin-Williams Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Do. Do. Interstate Cl:lemical Co., 12 Bayview Avenue, Jersey City, . J. General Chemica l Co., 2 5 Broad Street, New York, N. Y. Ligol Chemical Co. (Inc.), P . 0. box 593, Houston, Tex. Moorman Manufacturing Co., Quincy, Ill . Lehn & Fink, Bloomfield, N. J. Detroit White Lead Works, Chicago, Ill. Do. Baird & foGuire (Inc.), Holbrook, Mass. Western Chemical Corporation, P. 0. box 83, Houston, Tex. D istributors of permitted arsenical dips ame of _permitted dip Cooper's Cattle Dip ___ _ Glidden Tik Dip _______ _ Kiltik-D _______________ _ Tic Tox ________________ _ Name under which distributed-Burch's Tikdip ____________ _ Dixie Brand Cattle Dip ____ _ Martin enour Dip ________ _ Hockwald's Tik-Tok Arsenical Dip. Distributor F. . Burch & Co., Chicago, Ill. Culver & Kidd, Milledgeville, Ga. Tbe Martin Senour Co., Chicago, Ill. Hockwald Chemical Co., San Francisco, Calif. LICENSES A D PERMITS FOR VETERINARY BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS LICENSE ISSUED nited States veterinary license o. 1 0, dated January 1 4, 1925, was issued to Klu mire Biologic Laboratories, 2509 0 Street, Omaha, ebr. , for the manufacture of the follov.ing products: Avian hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; avian mixed bacterin; bovine abortion mixed bacterin; bovine abortion vac cine; bovine hemorrhagic-epticemia bacterin; bovine mixed bacterin; ovine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; ovine mixed bacterin; swine hemorrhagicsepticemia bacterin; wine mixed bacterin. LICENSE TERMINATED United States veterinary license o. 1 0, ius ued February 1, 1924, to the Farmer ' Serum Company Biological Laboratory, Omaha,. Nebr., ,Yas terminated January 14, 1925 , on account of change of name under which thee tablishment was operating. United tates veterinary license o. 1 80, described above, wa then is ued to the Klu man Biologic Laboratories. PERMIT ISSUED nited State veterinary permit o. 6, dated January 9, 1925, wa i ued to A. harklian, ew York, -. Y., for the importation of the following products: Blackleg vaccine; erum contre le charbon ymptomatique; serum polyvalent; manufactured by Institut de erotherapie de Toulou e France. Tuberculin (intradermic, ophthalmic, and subcutaneou ) ; vaccine virus (anthrax or charbon); manufactured by Laboratoire des accin Pa teur pour l'Etranger, Pari , France.

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1925] SERVICE AND REGULATORY AXXOU .... CE)IEXT~ 9 ANTI-HOG-HOLER ERUM A D HOG-CHOLER IRUS PRODU CED U DER ETERI RY LICE E, DECEMBER, 1924 December, Year, 1924 1924 C. c. C. C . Ordinary serum _ ___________________________________________________________ _ Clears rum ________________________________________________________________ _ 13, 729 714 576,712, 23 11,305, 4 189 53 I 390 Total scrum __________________________________________________________ _ 25,035,202 766,251,213 imultan ou V"irus ________________________________________________________ _ Hyperimmunizing virus ___________________________________________________ _ 1, 275, 116 34, 71 , 84 3,526, 133 147,779,287 RESULT OF PROSECUTIO S FOR VIOLATIO r s OF LAWS Penaltie haYe been imposed in prosecutions for Yiolations of regulatory laws a reported to the bureau, a follow : Livestock Quarantine Law Chicago , t. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Co., failure to mark way bill ' Tubercu lou cattle" and with tatement that car was to be cleaned and di infected, 25 fine. Ambro e De Pue, Pre ton, Iowa, inte r tate hipment o f tuber ulin reactor without certificate, $100 fine. i\li ouri, Kansas & Texas Railway of T exas, interstate movement of i nfec tious cars without cleaning and disinfection under bureau supervi io n, $ 1 00 fine. :Mi souri P acific Railroad Co., failure to mark way bill and placard car." Southern cattle," $100 fine. Charle Rice, Bristol, Wis., interstate movement of cattle without tuberculin test, 100 fine. Twenty-Eight-Hour Law Atlanta & West Point Railroad Co., $125 fine. Chicago & Alton Railroad Co. (2 cases), $200 fines. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. ( 3 ca es ), $300 fines. Georgia Railroad, $100 fine. Grand Trunk Railway System (3 cases), $300 fines. Lehigh Valley Railroad Co. (3 cases), $300 fin e . Loui ville & ash ville Railroad Co. ( 3 cases), $300 fines . .:Vli ouri, Kansas & Texas Railway, $ 100 fine. li ouri, Kansas & T exas Rail way of Texas ( 23 cases), $2,300 fine " . .:Vlis ouri Pacific Railroad Co. ( 7 cases), $700 fines. Northern Pacific Railway Co., $ 100 fin e. The Penn y lvania Railroad Co., $ 100 fine. t. L ouis outhwestern Railway Co., $100 fine. Texas & Pacific Railway Co. (5 cases ) , $500 fine EW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but publications are sent in bulk to officers in charge for distribution to members of their forces. The number of copies sent varies with the subjec t or nature of the publication and the numbe r and class of employees. Officers in -charge will use their judgment and distribute publications to best advantage. So f a r as possible add i tional copies will be furnished on request.) Department Bulletin 1300. Corn and Hog Correlation. By Sewall Wright, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 60, fig s . 30. The Chemical Composition of Edible Viscera From 1eat-Producing Animals. By Wilmer C. Powick and Ralph Hoagland, Biocbemic Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. XXVIII, o. 4, April 26, 192 4. A-70. Pp. 339-346.

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10 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Jan., 1925} Antineuritic Vitamin in Poultry Flesh and Eggs. By Ralph Hoagland, Biochemic Division, and Alfred R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. XXVIII, No. 5, May 3, 1924. A-71. Pp. 461-472. Ascaris Sensitization. By B. H. Ransom and J. F. Couch, Bureau of Animal Industry, and W. T. Harrison, U. S. Public Health Service. In Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. XXVIII, No. 6, May 10, 1924. A-74. Pp. 577-582. Pl. 1. Studies Relating to the Immunology of Bovine Infectious Abortion. By J. M. Buck and G. T. Creech, Pathological Division. In Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. XXVIII, No. 7, May 17, 1924. Pp. 607-642. A-90. Amendment 7 to B. A. I. Order 283, dated January 2, 1925, declaring Wapello County, Iowa, and Red Lake County, Minn., in modified acGredited areas for tuberculosis. P. 1. (Mimeographed.) B. A. I. Order 291. To prevent the spread of European fowl pest and other similar contagious diseases of poultry. Effective December 22, 1924. P. 1. Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1924. Pp. 40. Poster, War Map of Tuberculosis of Livestock. Red and black ink, 19 by 28 inches. Poster, Tuberculosis of Swine. Poster, Attend Poultry Shows. Poster, Protect Your Poultry Red and black ink, 13 by 18 inches. Red and black ink, 16 by 23 inches. From European Fowl Pest. Red and black ink, 13 by 18 inches. 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 Division: M. DORSET, chief. Field Inspection Division: A. W. MILLER, chief. Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief. Pathological Division: JoHN S. BucKLEY, chief. Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief. Tuberculosis Eradication Division: J. A. KIERNAN, chief. Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. Zoological Division: B. H. RANSOM, chief. Experiment Station: E. C. SCHROEDER, superintendent. Office of Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge. Office of Personnel: GEORGE H. RussELL, in charge. ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCURED FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON, D, C. AT 5 CENTS PER COPY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 25 CENTS PER YEAR V

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