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No. 81 (1914)-

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A3. A. I. 801 one, 1932

United States Depart tof Ag&iWture



RVICE AND REGULATORY

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDU
I hMAT. 193


I i h ." ation Is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, Instructions, rulings etc.,
*1.4 work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution Is limited to persons i the
: e bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, public officers
Make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.
Oin copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
.hgton, D. 0., at 5 cents each or 25 centsayear. A supply will be sent to each official in charge
So or branch of the bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his
[a i should be kept at each station for reference.]



S "CONTENTS
pan..... o
dhtory ... ----- ......-......----.....--...---.....-...-----------...--------...................-----------............---........ 49
ltM'WMa ment:.bapection.................................................................. 60
Sof oreignn origin -.................----..................--- ..................... 60
"l from Iraq.............................................------------.... ._.... --..--.... .. 0
:!: tn enn __in headcheese...............------ .......---------..... ........ .............. 0
e of Polish meat-inspection certificates ------------------------------................- 60
data on containers of meat or product..........--------.----.---.----------..------------.....................
Si ugbted under Federal meat inspection, April, 1982--.............................---- ....... 54
SAfteooinations of carcasses, March, 1932---- --..--------------------------------.............. 4
rtsfood animals and of meats and meat food products, April, 1932.........--------------------.............. 54
S : aB tuberculosls-eradication work in cooperation with States, April, 1932------..-................------- 66
*. m.ofgole-a-control work, April, 1932--.......----........---..-------------------------............... 6
serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, April, 1932............ 67-----------
ftor bological products, April, 1932 .......--....---------..............----. --------- 67
terminated, April, 193---........--..............------------.------........ ----......-----... ....-... ... 7
imgs tuader the packers and stockyards act, May, 1932--..------ '...-4 -.....-- 57
Stated daectants --------.....................................----------------------------------- ............................. 68
'.i. of preoutions for violations ofaws.... .............. ---------- ------... .... 8
s pubatios of the bureau---.--.---. .----------------. --.--. ----------- -------------..
a..:. other Bunea.of Animal Industry ................----------- -------------.



CHANGES IN DI 4 TM / / ; '

'West fmspetnion G i ledl ,
n24, Grande Food Producte Co., 649 Admir ma 04 New I'iah -trial
Si Trust Building, Providence, R. I. ( /,', *
.. : i.. M t eetion Withdrawn (t -.

11-B. Batghelder, Snyder, Dorr & Doe Co., 409 Commercial Street, Boston,

75. Uidtes Packers (Inc.), 1032-1036 West Thirty-seventh Street, Chicago,
1411 Snulah" Provision Co., 745 Everett Street, Portland, Oreg.
178. Indlanapolis Abattoir Corp., Morris and Drover Streets, Indblmspolu,
I& 3hfii le ltl Parkway, Brotlyn, N. Y.
A, nnr- iO17 I .Smith, Ark.

.$ No sated ema.m+
i-43 I ""-49






50 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY :::

Meatunueedion E tended .
855. Harry Manaster & Bro., 1018-1036 West Thirty-seventh Stteet Chicago:i
Ill., to include United PNkers (Inc.), Acme Packing Co., Cheago Beef
Co., Indian Packing Co., Indian Packing Corp., and Martin-Pembert! .
Co. ...
Change in Address of Official In Charge .:7 J
Dr. Henry Marshall, -407 Federal 'Building, Richmond, Va., instead of I '
Federal Building..
** Substation Changed to Station
Reading, Pa., meat inspection, Dr. H.wA. Schneider, care Reading Abattoir Co.,
in charge.
SubatatonU Dicontinaed
Amarillo, Tex., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Fort Worth, Tea.
El Paso, Tex., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Fort Worth, Tea-

NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION .

ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
Certificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder,
which bear the official title of the high official of the foreign country as specified
below, will be acceptable with animal casings offered for importation into thbe .
United States.
The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the national
government having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign country .
in which the casings originated, but owing to the fact that the high officials are :
changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names.
Foreign 7
Official title country "
Secretary, Department of Commerce..-----------....................................--------...................---------------------- Australia.
President of The Royal State Department of Health........--------------------..............................---------...--.. BSwed.
The notices in Service and Regulatory Announcements of May, 1930, authorsz-
ing the certification of casings by the Minister of the Interior of Sweden, and.of
July, 1930, authorizing the certification of casings by the secretary, Department :
of Market of Australia, are hereby revoked. .

ANIMAL CASINGS FROM IRAQ : :
The permission granted In'Service and Regulatory Announcements of Deceni-
ber, 1927, and July, 1931, 1Vr the importation through foreign certification of.
animal casings from Iraq is drmefby revoked. All animal casings which leave
Iraq on and after hjly 12 '132, shall be disinfected as required by previous .
instructions as a ,cndit4 f4 BZadmission into the United States.

\ GELATIN kE SSIBLE IN HEADCHEESE
Since, it has been determined that gelatin has long been employed as .a conttit-
uent do fiadcheese. the. ue pF the substance in the manner indicated is per-
mitted. *Wlbq hqa4ele4uBe .qhtains gelatin not prepared exclusively from inspect-
ed and passed proddt it t iust be appropriately marked "gelatin added" in con-
formity with exjstingr flings on the subject.
FACSIMILES OF POLISH MEAT-INSPECTION CERTIFICATES
The facsimile shown on page 51 represents the form of approved meat-in- i.
section certificate for Poland acceptable under the provisions -of B. A. L Order :
211 (revised), regulation 27, section 5, paragraph 5. .a ,
The similar facsimile shown on page 52 represents the form of approved meat- 2
inspection certificate for Poland which is acceptable under B. A. I. Order 2311
(revised), regulation 27, section 5, paragraph 6, regardless. of the signatory,-for
meat and meat food products of a kind prepared customarily to be eaten without
cooking, which contain muscle tissue of pork. ,







$: uji I SERVICE AN> REGULATORY ANNOlNCEMENTS 51














.. -----------S-. -- -- -


RZECZPOBPOLITA POLSKA
MINISTERSTWO ROLNICTWA

ZAGRANICZNE URZ4DOWE AWIADEC'1WO BADANIA MIJSA




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yuflae* Jl rdSfuei ii prna-ewrgnlk m l. btZ7.im magta..idam lldt I it. am ami am bit r maih m
|,c. 6a tuenreqr mnl i Ld.. neaul e amd dl. nt respmnqduemned Dyparwosemin. Rhbfhims 5tEei .
.* IdEatl mfgun, hidre i rarporpwahade Jim( ai seIine. Jale A. puadhpmumh a kem mjmi preEm I rn
i:n mim j fJae peehdsentoapI quede a mayrneu Ahtjy-p.
Radzsf pn'4' ----------- IbM artia Ab6 pazrt---



S. .. ...... .. ................ ...... ..
Odbrm n... ----/ i- Epza..h..


u .... Podp ......... --.... .----.-.- --..--..-.-.-..-.. .-

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52 BUR-NAU OF. ANIMAL, I.NDUWlYF [M






















HRHZECGWOPOLITA POLKA
MINISTERITWO ROLNICTWA

SURZDOWE AWIADECTWO BADANIA MI~SA WIUPRZeWEg
I PRODUKT6W ZAWIERAJ4CYCR WIEPRZOWINI
NA PREESYLtSt D@ U. R. A. ARTYIEULAW *YWOACI PRZYTh4ZONY'H DO WaltCilA
M nzz GOWAXIA A Z4WKRA&U4CTCu HI WImPBRZWCA
M i co .... ............................................ ................ D .
PoiAedcuom Ais aroiyAdyl fI opiamny fJeat(l qasdawz W s e af *e edb a dbdpqtu I
6o gofooasnoa I awlera fl( miqso imnprzoae, hUdre byea muaolm n anie stimym I nmleateu podmhe
temperatury i ,yiaJ adiU 3 F, (- lP Cj w caslte nie lArdalym fah l oni lab 2t przyrzqa in
s aposobdw uyzezgdhlornym prnez nser. Aumr prsemtr awzwftergrcceg U. A. JWyg/ o", S.e im.ma e ( 'j
sit owlueraf (Jqlm mdep r w awoo, paryraqdzue so np apd. .. --.
Rodzaj prons au .. ............................... llo atuak lab p kun w ..............
Waga ................ Znaki roonawee na miide iub opckowani -..............
Nadauva ................. ............... ... ..... ... Adre .. ................... .. ... .. .......
ffada o .................... ....... A ......... .... ... ..
Odbiorca ............- jc prnezn eniau- -........ -- \
Zno l przewozowe .......................... ........... .. .... .

Uwaugae Sitdahem poo phr frIde mad kyjl dofeqone 16a
Ahsder prz*iyeU mtfqo-ib prodhtAd przyrzqdze. Pp ------- -----
.myth do xpofia bez golowanlsa samierajmryrh &=mBi. M*"L Sd o p
miagxowe 1i. #L p. khilboy AaliraB I uzypU .ju.VS SamS a a
,WaspaliaEl. Odbiorc lub jelo psvi6 d Mn a hi .s
ninftejfe inhadeleoo przedroiyp Ispwkhu lmui Dtp.
SRd. ie.au bodent Sleacu fhZr.dsmc. Un..qdouw tulU







S SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 53

.D MLIJNG DATA ON CONTAINERS OF MABAT OR PRODUCT
1Ref g to item in Service and Regulatory Announcements of March, 1923,
.. underee caption Written Data Affixed to Containers of Meat or Product, it
Sa that certain qualifications which are appropriately applied to products,
or iate or true containers thereof, may be omitted from billing data affixed
to. S ping containers and that such data may be otherwise simplified, without
in misleading inferences on the part of the consignee. Accordingly,
I; the f g modifications of such billing data are authorized:
i]. declarations as "artificially colored" and "prepared from product passed
I w6king," and qualifications pertaining to added substances such as cereal,
ataphiour, and milk or its derivatives, may be omitted from terms relating to
*t..~a* on billing data, on the basis that existing regulations specify that such
4d substances be declared on the product or containers thereof and such
'rl declarations may be deemed ample and therefore corrective of unqualified
i...as in the billing.
"Oh such billing data the qualifications "brand" or "style" may be omitted
isom eoraphical terms of foreign significance, such as "Bologna," "Frank-
S"Italian," and "Wiltshiie," provided the slip, label, or other material
being the billing data also bears the featured statement, "Products prepared in
I U.. A." or a similar declaration.
S h such billing data the qualification "style" or "brand," either in full or abbre-
*i ed "sty" and "brd," should follow geographical terms of domestic signifi-
S caUee, including names of all States, and those of cities or other localities of re-
i wn in relation to cuts or characteristics of meat or meat food products, as, for
pe, "Smithfield style ham" and "Lebanon style sausage." Similar quali-
Sfietions are essential in the case of terms such as "country" and "farm," and names
I: i.'bapanies or individuals other than those under which inspection has been
g tted the individual establishment involved: Provided, That the prescribed
qualifications may be omitted from billing data applied to shipping containers
m.n cases where the products are placed in immediate or true containers bearing
approved labeling which includes such names appropriately qualified.
-| .t should be understood that the billing data may not contain such contracted
unes as "pork sausage" and "veal loaf" when relating to articles containing
eat or meat by-products other than pork and veal, respectively; or the term
Hi eat'loaf" as relating to loaf containing constituents other than meat and
glKeh requires specific declaration. The sausage may be described by such dis-
V iguilnhg names as "fresh sausage" or "green sausage," and the loaf may be
designated by the unqualified term "loaf." While such terms as "ham sausage"
aId.. ."bjod. and tongue sausage" are also objectionable, when relating to articles
uk sainiamg other meat or products, the unqualified terms "sausage" and "blood
1 *% iage,"' respectively, are available. In any of these cases additional code mark-
w which are not false or misleading, may be added to the names for specific
Siditification by billers and checkers.
should be further borne in mind that on containers which serve as both
iii"! pping and immediate or true containers the billing data if applied, must be
.i'n a "dion to .a4d not in lieu of required labeling. While formal approval of the
'~ written includinghg typewritten) billing data is not contemplated, any questions
:.: to the interpretation or scope of this pronouncement should be referred to the
Washington office.


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54 BUREAU,:OF ANIMAL IND

ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL
APRIL, 1932


Station


Baltimore--................................. --
Buffalo-......................................
Chicago.---- --------------
Cincinnati ...................................
.Cleveland.. ----------------
Denver-.......................-- ............-
Detroit---------.........................---------------........... -
Fort Worth.....--.........------- --
Kansas City---- ---------
Los Angeles-------...............................------------
Milwaukee .................................
National Stockyards--------.....................--
New York ..................................
-Omaha.-------- --------------
Philadelphia .............................---
St. Louis....................................-
Sioux City. ---------------...... -
South St. Joseph_--- ------ ......--
South St. Paul----------------------..
Wichita.........----------......................------...
All other stations......-------..................
Total:
April, 1932-......................
April, 1931.-- -------.....
10 months ended-
April, 1932.....................
April, 1931.----------
New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and New-
ark I -----------------------...........- ...


Cattle


I I


6,713
6,706
112,377
13,420
2.680
6,281
6,451
18,789
53,407
10,049
14, 935
30,137
29,815
67,057
6,646
11,711
25,952
22, 827
39,620
6,937
157,035


649, 545
689,788
6,720,386
6,838, 177
37, 541


Calves


2,124
2,841
43,011
8, 735
5,288
1,578
8,224
9,752
16, 819
2,651
58, 155
15,063
58,999
4,418
10, 169
9,008
1,973
5,327
54,769
1,795
107,508


428,207
470, 796
3,812, 003
3,890, 799
67,568


I


-'a

MEAT INSPECTION, .



b' doa^:.. ""
Sheep and
lambs 'd t SIM

3, 5 --0 .-
7,818 ..
238,.410 .....
16, 522
(1) AS. ..
( ........
8,358 -------- -
120,637 ------343 ..i



257,975 -------
138,81 ----- 24.......i
23,231 ------------u ark
4,731 ----------- ......
38, 635 ---- -
27,984 .......... 1 17
17,000 ------- -----63
379, 934 53 1, 43,.a

1, 496,707 530 3,7"44
1,492,522 829 31488,
15,687,503 7,239 38., 0100%
14,339,875 8,797 37,3615
312,498 -......-----...
312, 8 *


Horses slaughtered:
April, 1932 ......---................- -..-........ ..2..-...-...-.-...--.......- ...'----- ,934
April, 1931 ----------------..............................................................................-..... ,
10 months ended-
April, 1932..........---..----------------------------................................................................--- 87,27
April, 1931 .............................................-- -------...............................-----------..- 11
I The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and "kA
other stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district.
Included in totals for "All other stations." 'is
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 136,418,243 inspection pounds; compound and other aUbstitAtUM
25,067,252 inspection pounds; sausage, 52,408,716 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 0,720,418 inspeion
pounds.
Corresponding Inspections for April, 1931: Lard, 136,258,888 Inspection pounds; compound and dthB
substitutes, 37,200,444 inspection pounds; sausage, 56,804,135 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 8,00Z01
inspection pounds. 4
(These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have been
Inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.) ( '

CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, MARCH, 1932 "


Cause Cattle Calves and Swine
lambs

Emaciation--------.... --.-- ------------------------ 448 196 217 81
Hog cholera--.....................---------------.---------..--------------------------..........................................--------------. 577
Inflammatory diseases------------------------------------- 941 371 524 3,03
Immaturity .............---------.....................----------------------.............----------..---------89.........---------- ----------
Tuberculosis-----------------------..........................-----........--...-..............------ 2,032 42 ---------- 2,737
Other causes--------...........--...............................--------------------------------- 844 281 686 4,527
Total...........................................-------------------......... 4, 265 1,788 1, 427 10,66


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

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


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


0h. Imports of food animals

Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats

------------------------------------ --.-----.. 20,041 --...---- 1,300 a
S------------------- ---- 1,0 201 9 4
fit -ds (to Puerto Rico) ...--------................ .. 46 ----- ---------- ....

SApril, 1932........................................... 21,156 201 1,300 7
.. ; pri], 1931 ...................----------........ 14,776 93 698 4
... .. months ended-
qt.:u!' April, 1932--....-----.... --.--------------.....-...-...........-------- 90,718 1,292 3, 194 75
April, 1931---.------------.........------------------............................ 70,125 609 6,652 118

fcL:f.,.i. Imported meats and meat food products
J .Nit^ '______________________________


-------- April, 1932 ---..----
-7-------------------------------
,..-.- April, 1931 ...-- ..--






;I ::f 1@ months ended-
6. April, 1932 ....
r3::, April, 1931.. -----
April, 1931 -----------------------
April, 1932-------------------
A pril, 1931 -------------------


Fresh and refrigerated
Beef Other


.1-1 I 1-1--- -


Pounds
6,004
27, 430
4,656
------------
------------
------------


38,090
252,812
463, 574
2, 375,487


Pounds
29, 271
133,131
18,747
------------
----...----.
------------


181,149
175,579
1.102.436
1,109,370


" odemned In April, 1932: Beef, 217 pounds; total, 217 pounds.
1 ArJbused entry: Pork, 1,064 pounds; total, 1,064 pounds.

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

Taberculin tests dur- Total to date
.. ; ^ n^'5'' Total to date
,.. a .. "i .ng month
...or Cat- Once- Ac- Herds Inspector in charge State official
-tE- Herds Cattle tie tested cred- under
lo:or I tested re- free ited super-
lots acted herds herds vision

-.. 3,195 15,017 I 45,067 317 67,6f4 R. E. Jackson....- C. A. Cary, Auburn.
U-- 31 1,298 19 8,771 46 8,877 F. L. Schneider... E. L. Stam, Phoenix.
L ... 1,1 3392 8,888 6 22,927 12 22,942 W. A. McDonald- J. H. Bux, Little Rock.
2. 1,179 22,657 1,207 12,854 122 14,500 W. E. Howe ...... J. J. King, Sacramento.


21
2,330

4,935
43
6,174
94,492
47,439
80,933
182, 541
100,000
116,915
108,655
4,398
42,993
11,513

7,125
191,138
134,441
24,434


57
6,237
1,904
2
92
32
51
5,693
3,114
1, 889
533
43
13
901
12,268
4, 334
63
5,200
18


103
8,966
7,295
46
6,319
94,524
50,927
233,179


188,298
200,000
117,438
111,093
4,660
43,917
41,283
13, 254
191,360
140,949
24,467


J. O. Wilson--......
R. L. Smith .......
E. B. Simonds....
A. E. Wight ..


C. 0. Lamb, Denver.
Charles Johnson, Hart-
ford.
Ralph C. Wilson, Dover.


T. W. Cole....---... J. V. Knapp, Tallahas-
see.
A. L. Hirleman... J. M. Sutton, Atlanta.
John T. Dallas.-.. Thomas W. White,
Boise.
J.J. Lintner...... D. W. Robison, Spring-
field.
J. E. Gibson ...... Frank H. Brown, Indi-
anapolis.
J. A Barger...---.... M. 0. Thornburg, Des
Moines.
N. L. Townsend. J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
W. F. Biles....... D. E. Westmorland,
Frankfort.
W. W. Lawson.... E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
G. R. Caldwell .... H. M. Tucker, Augusta.
E. B. Simonds.... James B. George, Balti-
more.
E. A. Croasman... E. F. Richardson, Bos-
ton.
T. S, Rich......------.. C. H. Clark, Lansing.
W. J. Fret....--... C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
H. Robbins--...... Charles E. O'Neal, Jack-
,aou. -


Canned
and cured


Other meat
products


Total
weight


Pounds
489,390
" 70, 200_
317, 150
103, 482"
1,277,751
72,774


Pounds

1,179
31,201
1,223

91,536


Pounds
489,390
36,454
70,200
508, 912
24,626
103,482
1,277,751
164,310


2,675, 125
2,346,277
26,399,703
27,079,220


2,330,747
1,401,194
21,513,862
18,875,897


I I


125, 139
516,692
3,319,831
4,718,466


10
1,436
467
_----4T
2,433
677
6,004
1,134
6,083
1,226
1,790


217




-..- 9
*lif l
*4fiU

*Ig


: 489
21,212
54563
20,158

11,351
10,452
88,803
15,562
117,893
16,869
S, 751
8,761
3,296
3, 561
17,993
17, 86

12 3,418
- 2, 4181


9
410
100
27
10
10
994
69
3,157
37
9
37
16
285
2,299
1261
789
2


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56 BTJREATU *W ANIMAL, INDUEtST 4'

SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSISO-RADICATION WORK IN.
TION WITH STATES, APRIL, 1932-Continued


Tuberculin tests dur-
ing month

r Cat-
Herds Cattle tlie


[---I


1,172

332
2,038
71
2, 482
1,681
177

10, 775
104
1,877
6,323 .
721

1,489
6, 197

146
919
191
3,043
1,369

1,176

1.309

3, 772

2,364
2,380
7,182

189
72
102, 701 1,


tested re-
'acted


9,094 10
8,4471 23
27, 665 144
2,743 2
22, 334 837
24,472 383
3,718 46

151,358 7,250
2,761 19
50, 426 310
48,319 174
13,0690 8

14,951 22
50, 324 2,570

2,850 380

4,258 1
5,852 64
19,899 17
17,682 125

6,327 32

26,494 435

17,849 46

17, 573 46
9, 150 10
142,363 540

3,828 63
3,013 30
293,215 23,206


Total to date .a.


Once-
tested
free
herds


Ao-
cred-
ited
herds


Herds
under
super-
vision


I I* I I


112,91C

39,8532
88, 02C
4,2902
7,024
2,422
4, 547

37, 634
256, 584
70, 19i
241, 31C
17,261C

62, 592
127, 68!

52C

67, 71C
9, 537
97,831.
25, 94E

10, 93!

3, 92S

12, 231

50, 61 E
89,581
179, 06E

12, 561


216
81
107
9
6,779
7,757
26

73,959
.330
5,475
709
224

954
8,309

215

113
970
66
229

112

10,317

663
85
632
10,294

5


117,074
43,272
88,147
4,602
14, 968
11,885
4,688
117, 910
256,914
82,780
242,499
17,484

63,558
150,042

838

67, 828
10,639
97,936
27,264


Inspector in charge


Ralph Graham....

J. W. Murdoch...--
A. H. Francis.....
L. C. Butterfield..
E. A. Crossman...
Ellis E. McCoy...
F. L. Schneider_..

H. B. Leonard-...
W. C. Dendinger..
H. H. Cohenour..
A. J. De Fosset...
L. J. Allen --..-

S. B. Foster.......
J. B. Reidy.......

E. A. Crossman...

W. K. Lewis......
C. H. Hays-.......
H. L. Fry......--
H. L. Darby-......


Mo.....

Mont...
Nebr ....
Nev.....
N. H....
N.J .....
N. Mez.
N. Y....
N. C....
N. Dak.
Ohio....
Okla..-..

Oreg....
Pa......

R. I.....
S. C....
S. Dak..
Tenn....
Tex .....

Utah-....

Vt--.....
Va ......

Wash...
W. Va..
Wis ..-
Wyo -..-..
Hawaii..
Total..


15,638

13,155

59, 595
91,392
190,320
14, 161
350


L. H. Adams......

R. E. Brookbank.

J. C. Ezline.-----
H. M, Newton.-_
J. S. Healy........

W. A. Sullivan.__
L. E. Case........


2, 882, 9581171. 66713, 408, 242


State official


H. A l Wson, Jeff :iiii
O it !: : .. : ...
W. J. Butler, Hel n::
H. L. Felstner, Line i..
Edward Records, Remao2. ...
A. L. Felker, Conemrd.-" :
J. H. McNel, Trenti:::.
Mat Keenan, Albihu ::
que.
E. T. Faulder, AlbauM.
William Moore, R .lug,
W. F. Crewe, Bif
0. H. Pierce, Co
C. C. Hisel, Ok
City.
W. BH. Lytle, Sali .
T. E. Munce, f
burg.
T. E. Robzu.so ?$WI
dence.
W. K. Lewis, Caolmbit "
R. S. Robinson, Pierre.
J. M. Jones, Nashville.
N. F. Willims, Fet
Worth.
W. H. Hendricks, 8*lt
Lake City.
Edward H. Jones, Mo-p
pelier.
H. C. Givens,
mond. .. ,
Robert Prier, Olyishim.
H. M. Gore, Charleston.
Walter Wisnicky, MKld-
ison.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.
L. E. Case, Honolul q


SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, APRIL, 193


State



Alabama..-.....-........
Colorado.... ..------..
Florida......................
Georgia......................
Illinois.....-- ............
Indiana....................
Iowa........................
Kansas.--------------..................
Kentucky.................
Louisiana--.............-....
Maryland ...................
Michigan.. .--- .........--
Mississippi------------
Missouri..............------------------
Nebraska........-..-......
North Carolina..........
Ohio......................------
Oklahoma.......---...-----.....
South Carolina -..........--
South Dakota -------.........
Tennessee-...................
Texas---................
Washington. -------------
Wisconsin--.............--
Total-.......---- .....


Bureau
veter-
inarians
engaged
in
work

I
.5
1
1.33
3
2
3
1
2
1
2
1.5
1.03
1
1


Meet-
ings ad-
dressed


1
1

5
2

2



I


"-i


.0 a ........L


Premi-
ses in-
vesti-
gated


118
17
110
50
137
91
108
69
265
34
275
32
51
61
34
86
47
205
37
31
51
52
40
15


Demonstrations

Num- Hogs
her treat-


22 70

81 1,9720
32 920


2

5
11




9
2
34
1
1
2
6


32. 36 20 2,017 L 255


NoTz.-No work reported from States not listed.
I Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to work.


94

130
291

283

20
936
95

713
25
47
10
'88

5.BB


Autop-
sies
per-
formed


7


73
S 11
30
4
19
3

.5
8"
14
12
9
6
12
7
2
10
7
S'251:


Farms
quaran-
tined
coied


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


aS. C-..CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, APRIL, 1932

period Total serum Clear serum Hyperimmune Simultaneous Hyperimmu-
completed blood cleared virus nizing virus


................... 121, 361,487 105,699, 660 120,865,301 4,456, 546 21,208, 357
d........- ...-.... 78,304,735 70,295, 129 91,065,453 4,591,005 17, 134, 191
dd--
..........-..... 952,897,452 825, 354,056 1,008,511,654 47,035,222 192,259,044
....------- ------ 714,231,491 602,017,682 738,204,876 41,450,019 143,312,638
ii.h i I.: 1P R
| IiNSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, APRIL, 1932

Lij'cense No. 4 was issued April 2, 1932, to the Abbott Laboratories, Fourteenth
Street:tad Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., for: Abortion bacterin (bovine);
autogenous bacterin; equine-influenza bacterin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bac-
tx gf j.int-ill mixed bacterin (equine); mammitis mixed bacterin (bovine);
a .ed bacterin (for rabbits); mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (canine);
mixed bacterin (for fowls); mixed bacterin (for swine); polyvalent mixed bacterin
.(e~uine); staphylo-bacterin (canine); white-scour mixed bacterin (bovine).
License. No. 201 was issued April 8, 1932, to the Petaluma Laboratories, 6174
Van NuyM Boulevard, Van Nuys, Calif., for chicken-pox vaccine.

LICENSE TERMINATED, APRIL, 1932
: ALicense No. 4, issued September 22, 1930, to the Abbott Laboratories, Four-
teenth Street and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., was terminated April 2,
nn1; becausee of the discontinuance of production of bacillus-abortus bacterin
(bovine); bacillus-avisepticus bacterin; mixed bacterin (for sheep); strepto-
bs. ~ain:'(equine); streptococcus-mastitis bacterin (bovine).

PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT, MAY,
1932
i. keei No. 811.-In re L. B. Andrews Livestock Commission Co. and other
ket agencies at the Kansas City Stockyards, Kansas City, Mo. By an order
Sotxquiry and notice of hearing issued April 7, 1930, the Secretary of Agriculture
S td- that an inquiry be made into the reasonableness and lawfulness of all
tatea, and charges provided in the tariffs of the respondent market agencies at
ge ansas City Stockyards, Kansas City, Mo. A hearing was held at Kansas
E M6., from December 3, 1930, to February 10, 1931. Oral argument was
I Bfore the Acting Secretary on March 27, 1931. On May 18, 1932, the
S.Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued the proceedings, findings of fact, and an
I;Order prescribing a schedule of reasonable rates for buying and selling livestock
-on commission at the Kansas City Stockyards, to be effective 30 days after the
date of the order.
Docket No. 878.-In re Paul Tracy, dealer, Fort Wayne, Ind. On February
15, 1932, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice of
t earning wherein it was alleged that respondent had violated the act in that he
fhadailed, neglected, and refused to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to
aMitt4 trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as a dealer.
n April 16, 1932, respondent admitted the truth of the matters alleged and
:!yaied a hearing thereon. On May 4, 1932, respondent was suspended from
TtIto rattion as a dealer for a period of six months with leave, however, during said
|'ri tq apply for revocation of this suspension upon showing to the satisfaction
of4..d ry of Agriculture that he has filed the necessary bond. He was also
*fr red'tp cease and desist from doing business as a dealer without executing and
n abi;gl-a&reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations.
i D.ket.No. 381.-In re H. Braunschweig, market agency and dealer, Baltimore,
**Ma..r "~ ~& &aster, Pa. On April 11, 1932, a statement was received from re-
I 'ion t lhowingto the: satisfaction of the Secretary of Agriculture that the re-
||lintdent'icurs no obligations as a market agency on the Baltimore and Lancaster
iiearkets for which a bond is necessary. The secretary also found that the
| hiwondent executed a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his dealer






58 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUBTn-RY-; a

obligations in the sum of $2,000 dated April 6, 1982, a copy' of wrh it: filedi...
the Bureau of Animal Industry on.Aprfl 14, 1932. The case was dimissed w.,.'
out prejudice on May 4, 1932. .. ...

PERMITTED DISINFECTANTS
The bureau has granted permission for the use of the following saponif
cresol solutions in official disinfection, as required by B. A. I. Order 309: ""ii
rell's Crespolin," The Worrell Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.; "Solukrems, ::,
Kremers-Urban Co., 189-199 Vine Street, Milwaukee, Wis.; "Gb6st Bi*d'
Disinfectant," Albright Laboratories, Jefferson City, Tenn.; "McClelliE '
Orthosol," McClellan Products (Ltd)., Los Angeles, Calif "Consolidated
Cresolis," Consolidated Laboratories, Main Street between Walnut and Elm,"'
St. Louis, Mo.; and "Universal Cresolum," Universal Laboratoriea 115 Sputh
Commercial Street, St. Louis, Mo.

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS

Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations'
of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: .
Twenty-e..ght Hor law
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (three cases), $300 penalties .0t
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Co. of Texas, $100 penalty.
Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.
Texas & Pacific Railway Co., $100 penalty:
Livestock Quarantine Law
Chicago & North Western Railway Co., interstate movement of infectious
car, $100 fine. ..
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., interstate transportai.
tion of infectious car without prior cleaning and disinfection (Illinois to Wis-
consin), (two cases), $200 fine. '.
Fayette Producers Co., Washington Court House, Ohio, for interstate ship-
ment of hogs affected with hog cholera, from Ohio to Pennsylvania, $100 fine.
Charles R. Shroades, Chambersburg, Pa., for interstate transportation of two
cows from Pennsylvania to Maryland without prior tuberculin test, $100 file. ..
G. W. Breeland, Bush, La., for interstate shipment of one cow and one calf,
from Mississippi to Louisiana without prior tuberculin test, $100 fine,. which
was suspended and defendant placed on probation for five years.
Sam Davis and Shelly Davis, Bond, Miss., Cater Hickman, Wiggin, M3S,,
and L. R. Cooley, Leaf, Miss., for interstate movement of tick-infested mules
from Louisiana to Mississippi without dipping and certification; each person:
$100 fine. (Suspended.) .
Meat Inspection Law .
V. T. Angle, Chambersburg, Pa., for offering unsound meat for interstate '
shipment, $100 fine; Erwin P. Yost, York, Pa., same offense, $125 fine. -

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU .
[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to Individual employees but saeds obpies ta
officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. Bo
far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.] .j .
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1409 (revised). Turkey Raising. By Morley A.J 4uW
and Alfred R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. P. 22, figs. 14.
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1017 (slightly revised). Cattle Scab and Methodaof.
Control and Eradication. By Marion Imes, Zoological Division. P. 30, figp .).15,
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1146 (slightly revised). Dourine of Horses. By John
R. Mohler, Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry. P. 10, figs. 5. "
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1181 (revised). Raising Sheep on Temporary Pasture."
By F. R. Marshall and C. G. Potts, Animal Husbandry Division. P, 14, fig.-a.'
Farmers' Bulletin No. 1422 (slightly revised). Udder Diseases of Dairy "qow8.
By Hubert Bunyea, Pathological Division. P. 13, figs, 6. :


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 59

i Bulletin No. 1868 (slightly revised). Rabbit Parasites and Diseases.
in Behwiam, Zoological Division, and W. B. Shook, Pathological
P. 30, figp. 23.
Bulletin No. 767 (slightly revised). Goose Raising. By Alfred R.
l Husbandry Division. P. 14, figs. 10.
of the Bureau of Animal Industry (revised). P. 69.
*ent I to B. A. I. Order 336. To Prevent the Spread of Foot-and-
ase in Cattle, Sheep, Other Ruminants, and Swine. P. 1. Effective
ent 2 to B. A. I. Order 336. To Prevent the Spread of Foot-and-
ease in Cattle, Sheep, Other Ruminants, and Swine. P. 1. Effective
ent 10 to B. A. I. Order 331. Declaring Names of Counties Placed
d Accredited Area for Tuberculosis. Effective May 2, 1932. P. 1,
phed.

;4..ANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
o.N.:. N R. MOHLER.
fa;idChief: U. G. Houcx.
Ealt Chief: A. W. MILLER.
jnidstrative Officer: CHARLES C. CARROLL.
v Serk: J.. R. CORAN.
1ieunt to Chief: D. S. BURCH.
Imal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief.
,hemic Division: M. DORSET, chief.
rsios qf Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOuCK, chief.
sion of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.
: Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief.
inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
a&s and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, chief.
egiscal Division: HARRY W. SCHOENING, chief.
%fradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief.
'lulosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief.
Egkal Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief.
Pi'mtent Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent.
!f Accounts: GEORGE F. TUCKER, in charge.
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S . R. A.-B. A . I. 301 United States Departm~t ' of AgricUlture / VJ SERVICE AND REGULATORY s MAY, 1932 [This publi ca tion i s iss ued monthly for the di s semin a tion of inform a tion, in s tructions, rulings{ etc . , concerning the work o r the Bureau of Anim a l Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons n the service of the bure a u, establi s hments a t which the Fede ra l me a t inspe c tion i s c ondu c ted, public offic ers whose duties make I t de s ira b le for them to h av e s u c h inf o rm a tion , and journ a ls especially concerned . Others desirin g copie s may obt a in them from the S uperin tendent of Do cuments , Government Printing Office, Washin g t o n , D . C. , a t 5 cents e a ch or 2 5 cents a ye a r . A supply will be sent to each official in charge of a sta tion or b r anc h o r t he bure a u servi c e, w ho s h ould promptly distri bute c opies to members of hi s forre . A file s hould be kept a t e ac h s t a ti o n for reference.] CONTENTS Page Changes in d ire c tory_ _______________________________ _______________________ ________________________ 49 Notices. regardi?g meat in~pecti?~----_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ ____ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ __ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ ________ 5Q Anrm a l cas m g s of forei g n ong m _____________________________ _ _ _____ ___ _ -_ ___ __ ____________ 60 Anim a l casin g s from Iraq___ _________ _________________________ _ _ _ _____________ _ _ _ ____________ 60 G el atin p e rmissible in he a d c heese _ _ _ _________________________ -------_ _______ _ ---------------60 Facsimile s of Polish me a t-in s pection certifi ca tes_______________________________ _ _ _ _________ _ _ _ _ _ 60 Billin g data on containers of me a t or produ ct___________________________________________________ 63 Anim a l s s l a u g h t ered unde r Feder a l me a t in s pecti o n, A pril , 1932_____________________ _______ _ _______ 64 Causes of condemn a tion s of ca r casses, M a r c h, 1932 __ ------------------------------------------64 Imports or foo d a nim a ls and of m ea t s and me a t food product s , April, 1932_ ------------------------64 Summary of tuberc ulo s is-eradication work in c ooper a tion wi t h Sta tes , April, 1932_ _ _ _ ______________ 55 Summary o( bo g -choler a c ontrol work , April , 1932----------------------------------------66 Anti-hog-choler a serum and hog-choler a virus produc ed unde r li c en s e s , April, 1932___ __________ _____ 67 Licen s es i s sued for bi o lo g i ca l products, April, 1932 --------------------------------,.l-,,--------67 Licen s e t e rmin a ted, A pril, 1 932 _ _ _ ____________________ ____________ _ ______ _ ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ l .1-----67 Proc e e dings under the packers and sto ckyards ac t , M ay, 1932_ -------,-~ ----<----------____ 67 Permitt ed d isinfe c t a nts_____________________ _____________ _____ _________________ ___ _ ______ __________ 68 Result s of pro s e cutions for viol a tion s of l a ws __ . _ _ _________ _ ___________ _ _ ---__ -----------------r 68 New pub li cat ion s of the bure a u _____ . _______ ___________ _______ __ __ ~ _ ____ --__ __ __ ___ ____________ 68 Org aniz ation o f the Bure a u of Anim a l Industry_ -____ _ __________ .,._ -_ _______ _ -_. _ _ _______________ 69 ------, CHANGES IN DIRE,CTO!tY-l l ll I I , l l C Meat Inspection Granled t 124. Grande Food Products Co., 649 Admiral Street, mail 104 New ln.dustrial Trust Building , Prov idence, R . I. Meat Inspection Withdrawn 't I f 11-B. Batchelder, S n yder, Dorr & Doe Co. , 409 Commer-eia.1 Street, Boston, Mass. 75 . United Packers ( Inc. ), 1032-1036 W est Thirty-seven.th Street, Chicago, Ill. 141. Sinclair Provision Co., 745 Everett Street, Portland, 01,eg . 178. Indianapolis Abattoir Corp. , Morris and Drover Streets, Indianapolis, Ind. 238. Eagle Conse.....,....,"'-'ln 284. Armour & C t No s e a led c a rs. 123508-32 ' ,. ' ' U.S. DE 1 ........... 49 "----

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50 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [May Meat Inspection Extended 855. Harry Manaster & Bro., 1018-1036 West Thirty-seventh Street, Chicago, Ill., to include United Packers (Inc.), Acme Packing Co., Chicago Beef Co., Indian Packing Co., Indian Packing Corp., and Martin-Pemberton Co. Change in Address of Official in Charge Dr. Henry Marshall, 407 Federal Building, Richmond, Va., instead of 230 Federal Building. Substation Changed to Station Reading, Pa., meat inspection, Dr. H. A. Schneider, care Reading Abattoir Co., in charge. Substations Discontinued Amarillo, Tex., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Fort Worth, Tex. El Paso, Tex., enforcement packers and stockyards act, under Fort Worth, Tex . . NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTlON ANIMAL CASINGS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN Certificates required by B. A. I. Order 305 and instructions issued thereunder, which bear the official title of the high official of the foreign country as specified below, will be acceptable with animal casings offered for importation into the United States. The certificates must also bear the signature of the high official of the national government having jurisdiction over the health of animals in the foreign country in which the casings originated, but owing to the fact that the high officials are changed from time to time it is impracticable to publish their names. Foreign Official title country Secretary, Department or Commerce ....... . ___ ..... __ . ......... __ .... _ ..... ___ ......... ______ Australia. President of The Royal State Department or IIealth ............. _________ ................. ____ Sweden. The notices in Service and Regulatory Announcements of May, 1930, aut,honzing the certification of casings by the Minister of the Interior of Sweden, and of July, 1930, authorizing the certification of casings by the secretary, Department of Markets of Australia, are hereby revoked. ANIMAL CASINGS FROM IRAQ The permission granted in Service and Regulatory Announcements of December, 1927, and July, 1931, for the importation through foreign certification of animal casings from Iraq is rhereby revoked. All animal casings which leave Iraq on and after July 12, 1932, shall be disinfected as required by previous instructions as a condition for admission into the United States. GELATIN PERMISSIBLE IN HEAD CHEESE Since it has been determined that gelatin has long been employed as a constituent of headcheese the us.e of the substance in the manner indicated is permitted. When headehe.~se contains gelatin not prepared exclusively from inspected and passed product it must be appropriately marked "gelatin added" in conformity with existing rulings on the subject. FACSIMILES OF POLISH MEAT-INSPECTION CERTIFICATES The facsimile shown on page 51 represents the form of approved meat-inspection certificate for Poland accbptable under the provisions of B. A. I. Order 211 (revised), regulation 27, section 5, paragraph 5. The similar facsimile shown on page 52 represents the form of approved meatinspection certificate for Poland which is acceptable under B. A. I. Order 211 (revised), regulation 27, section 5, paragraph 6, regardless of the signatory, for meat and meat food products of a kind prepared customarily to be eaten without cooking, which contain muscle tissue of pork.

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1932) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 51 r:--m•--, RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSICA = MINISTERST-VVO ROLNICTVV A = I ZAGllA NIC ZNE UllZijDOWE SWIADIEClWO BADANlA MlijSA : == Mie/acowosc. . . . . ........ ............... . .. . ... ......... ..... ..... ...... Data ............................ . .. ......... . . _ ... . _ == .i.., • . ,,., == N ini,j:um 1/w(#diam I i mlt•o I -,iolyweu prodaldy mft,nt opl,ont laloj pochodzq z l>yd/11, ourlt,, == = lrzody chl,wn • J , A6z, zbadonych prud I po abo/a , araz ll lo ml,,o I produAla mlf,nt aq zdro,n I nadajq , 1 , do a 1poiyda, Jolt rdwnld i.i przy wyrobit nit 1,y/y 110,owant wzgl,d,m ni,h I 11/t 14 w nkh zawarlt lrodkl konHrwU• ;;;;;; = /qct, barw/qc,, onl Id iadnt ,ubdan
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52 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Ma y • == RZECZP.OSP(,)LIT A POLSKA = = MINISTERST""\,VO ROLNICT"W' A I = URZ{:DO W SWIADJE CT,vo BADANIA n.Hf:SA WIEPRZOWEGO = I JPRODUK'D.'W ZA WI-ERAJ,iCYCllf WIEPRZOWINt 55 = t:U PRZESYLKI D~ U. S . A . ART YKUtOW :tYWNOS C I PRZVllZ,\DZO N Y C II DO SPO:tYCIA DEZ GOT. O W Att.lA A ZA WIER,\,, \CYCU m,so M D = = ie;scowosc............................................................................ ala ........ .... .. ----..... . == mla•to, iraf• =S PoiU1iadczam t, arlykul (yJ tu opuany f•J Jt1I C•qJ •porzqchonv f•I "' •po1dh odpowl,dnl do •potydo = . hez totowania i zawiera (Jq} mi,so wle przowe, kldre 1,yfo nasofone w donir ,wieiym i nadfpni', poddane dzlalonia l ,mpera lury nie wyiu•J nii !fl F, (t5 CJ ID czarie ni~ krolizym jak 20 dni /uh hylo p~zyrzqchon• J•dnym z• 5 = 1poRobO w wy,zczegdlnionytn p_rzez .:rla liuro przemysfu zwitr:tfc .. go U . S. A. jakotet, te omawiany (e) ortyltul (y) = ::;::;•;;~;u;;:•~ .. :'.•~~~~~ = ~-'~~~:~~q;:;;':z:~n;:b •;::~~kow ...................... : ,..' ...... = = Waga ............... --'Znak/ rozpoznawcze na mi11sfe lub opckowaniu . ...................... ( '\ = Nadawca ................. _ ........................................ Adres . .................. .............................. _... . ; ! = == Odbiorca .................................. , .... . . Miejsce przeznaczenia ........................................ -\ ................. , ............... •' / : Znaki przewozowe ........................................ , .................... _ .... _ _ = Uwota: SwiadtchDo powyi•z•J tre ici rnu• I hyc dolqczon• do _ = kaid,j pruzy/ki mi,,a,/ub produklow przyrzqdza• Podpis ...... -.. .................... _ ....... -...... __ .......... _nych do ,poiycla. 6ez gotowania zawieraj,tcyc _ h (non11I-Ao ontdnlAo o6ttfo potWIH .,~wo-= mifso wieprzowe (j, n . p . . k i e .lbaiv nllalian ' • i &zynlri , .. ,o do wydoaonlG '1111D4'Nlw ••'•"10 1rJt•• ;;;;;; =-= "WHtphalla" / . Odbiorca tub j;go poirednil, winl•o 1 '''""'"" """"""' ''"'..,.-'• U . S. A.J nlnle/u• iwiadeclwo przedloiyc in•p•klorowl Dep. -= Roi. ID mtej,cu badania Ill Stanach Zj,dnotzonych. a Urz11dowy tytul -.. , ... ---...... . _......... ~llllillffilllllllllOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRORIIIIIIIIHIIIBHIIIIIIIUllllllllOOIIIIIRIIUIIOIIIIIWIIIDIIIIOllllllOmlmDIRmlllHffllllllllllBllllllll,

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1932) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 53 BILLING DATA ON CONTAINERS OF MEAT OR PRODUCT Ref erring to item in Service and Regulatory Announcements of March, 1923, under the caption Written Data Affixed to Containers of Meat or Product, it appears that certain qualifications which are appropriately applied to products, or immediate or true containers thereof, may be omitted from hilling data affixed to shipping containers and that such data may be otherwise simplified, without resulting in misleading inferences on the part of the consignee. Accordingly, the following modifications of such billing data are authorized: Such declarations as "artificially colored II and "prepared from product passed after cooking," and qualifications pertaining to added substances such as cereal, starch, flour, and milk or its derivatives, may be omitted from terms relating to sausage, on billing data, on the basis that existing regulations specify that such added substances be declared on the product or containers thereof and such required declarations may be deemeJ ample and therefore corrective of unqualified terms in the billing. On such billing data the qualifications "brand" or "style" may be omitted from geographical terms of foreign significance, such as "Bologna," "Frankfurter," "Italian," and "Wiltshile," provided the slip, label, or other material bearing the billing data also bears the featured statement, "Products prepared in U. S. A." or a similar declaration. On such billing data the qualification "style" or "brand," either in full or abbreviated "sty" and "brd," should follow geographical terms of domestic signifi cance, including names of all States, and those of cities or other localities of renown in ,elation to cuts or characteristics of meat or meat food products, as, for example, "Smithfield style ham" and "Lebanon style sausage." Similar qualifications are essential in the case of terms such as ''country'' and ''farm,'' and names of companies or individuals other than those under which inspection has been granted the individual establishment involved: Provided, That the prescribed qualifications may be omitted from billing data applied to shipping containers in cases where the products are placed in immediate or true containers bearing approved labeling which includes such names appropriately qualified. It should be understood that the billing data may not contain such contracted names as "pork sausage" and "veal loaf" when relating to articles containing meat or meat by-products other than pork and veal, respectively; or the term "meat loaf" as relating to loaf containing constituents other than meat and which requires specific declaration. The sausage may be described by such distinguishing names as "fresh sausage" or "green sausage," and the loaf may be designated by the unqualified term "loaf." While such terms as "ham sausRge" and "blood and tongue sausage" are also objectionable, when relating to articles containing other meat or products, the unqualified terms "sausage" and "blood sausage," respectively, are available. In any of these cases additional code markings which are not false or misleading, may be added to the names for specific identification by billers and checkers. It should be further borne in mind that on containers which serve as both shipping and immediate or true containers the billing data if applied, must be in addition to and not in lieu of required labeling. While formal approval of the written (including typewritten) billing data is not contemplated, any questions as to the interpretation or scope of this pronouncement should be referred to the Washington office.

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54 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [May ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, APRIL, 1932 Station Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats Swine lambs Baltimore ___________________________________ 6,713 2,124 3,559 ----------62,731 Buffalo ______________________________________ 6,706 2,841 7,318 ----------53,927 Chicago _____________________________________ 112,377 43,011 238,410 ---------458,844 Cincinnati_ __________________________________ 13,420 8,735 16,522 ----------79,501 Cleveland ___________________________________ 2,680 5,288 (2) ----------46,419 Denver ______________________________________ 6,281 1,578 (2) ----------32,710 Detroit ______________________________________ 6,451 8,224 8,358 ----------68,856 Fort Worth _________________________________ 18,789 9,752 120,637 ----------34,833 Kansas City _________________________________ 53,407 16,81 9 139,563 ----------236,407 Los Angeles _________________________________ 10,049 2,651 31,486 ----------30,332 Milwaukee __________________________________ 14,935 58,155 3,737 ----------79,301 National Stockyards _________________________ 30,137 15,063 38,808 ----------135,751 New York ___________________________________ 29,815 58,999 257,975 ----------(2) Omaha ______________________________________ 67,057 4,418 138,819 ----------214,097 Philadelphia ________________________________ 6,646 10, 169 23,231 ----------85,099 St. Louis ____________________________________ 11, 711 9,008 4,731 ----------135,011 Sioux City __________________________________ 25,952 1,973 38,635 ----------111,425 South S t. Joseph ____________________________ 22,827 5,327 (2) ----------77,164 South St. Paul ______________________________ 39,620 54,769 27,984 ----------162,171 Wichita _____________________________________ 6,937 1,795 17,000 ----------66,305 All other stations ____________________________ 157,035 107,508 379,934 530 1,543,263 Total: April, 1932 _________________________ 649,545 428,207 1,496,707 530 3,714,147 April, 193L ________________________ 10 months ended-689,788 470,796 1,492,522 829 3,488,480 April, 1932 _____________________ 6,720,386 3,812,003 15,687,503 7,239 38,592,089 April, 193L ____________________ 6,838,177 3,890 ,799 14,339,875 ----8, 797-1 37,361,251 New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and New-ark 1 _______________________________________ 37,541 67,568 312,498 218,025 Horses slaughtered: April, 1932_ _ _ _ __ ___ __ ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _____ _ _ __ __ ___ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ ___ _ _ 2, 934 April, 1931--------------------------------------------------------------------------------4,350 10 months endedf ~~ll; ig~~---------------------------------------------------------------------------l~i:~~i 1 The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for" New York" and "All other stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district. 2 Included in totals for "All other stations." Inspections of lard at all establishments, 136,418,243 inspeetion pounds; compound and other substitutes, 25,067,252 inspection pounds; sausage, 52,408,716 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 6,720,418 inspection pounds. Corresponding Inspections for April, 1931: Lard, 136,258,888 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 37,200,444 inspection pounds; sausage, 56,804,135 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 8,007,001 inspection pounds. (These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have been Inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture. ) CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, MARCH, 1932 Cause Cattle Calves Sheep and lambs Swine Emaciation____________________________________________________ 448 196 217 81 Hog cholera ________________________________________________________________________ ----------577 Inflammatory diseases_________________________________________ 941 371 524 3, 034 Immaturity __________________________________________________________ . _ __ 898 ----. ---------------Tuberculosis___________________________________________________ 2,032 42 ----------2,737 Other causes___________________________________________________ 844 281 686 4 ,527 TotaL___________________________________________________ 4, 2651 1, 7881 1,427 10,956 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS, APRIL, 1932 The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry, during April, 1932, with figures for other periods for comparison.

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193~ SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Imports of food animals 55 Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats 1fexico ________________________________________________________ _ 20,041 ---------1,300 3 Canada--------------------------------------------------------1,069 201 g 4 Virgin Islands (to Puerto Rico) _________________________ -;-___ _ 46 -----------------------------Total 1----1 ----1-April, 1932 __________________________________________ _ 21,156 201 1,309 7 April, 1931 _____________________________ _ ____________ _ 14,776 93 698 4 10 months ended-April, 1932 _____ -----___________________________ _ 90,718 1,292 3,194 75 April, 193L _____________________________________ _ 70,125 609 6,652 118 Imported meals and meat food products Fresh and refrig e rated Canned Othe r mea t Total Beef Other and cured products weight Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Argentina _________________________________ ------------------------489,390 ------------489,390 Australia __________________________________ 6,004 29,271 ------------1,179 36,454 Brazil _____________________________________ -----------------------70,200 ------------70,200 Canada ____________________________________ 27,430 133,131 317,150 31,201 508,912 New Zealand ______________________________ 4,656 18,747 ------------1,223 24,626 Paraguay __________________________________ ------------------------103,482 ------------103,482 Uruguay __ -------------------____________ ------------------------1,277,751 ------------1,277,751 Other countries ____________________________ ------------------------72,774 91,536 164,310 Total: April, 1932 _ ______________________ 38,090 181,149 2,330,747 125,139 2,675,125 April, 1931__ _____________________ 252,812 175,579 1,401, 194 616,692 2,346,277 10 months ended-April, 1932 ___________________ 463,574 1,102,436 21,513,862 3,319,831 26,399,703 April, 1931_ __________________ 2,375,487 1,109,370 18,875,897 I 4,718,466 27,079,220 Condemned in April, 1932: Beef, 217 pounds; total, 217 pounds. Refused entry: Pork, 1,064 pounds; total, 1,064 pounds . SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA TION WITH STATES, APRIL, 1932 Tuberculin tests dur-I Tota l to date State ing month or CatOnceAc-Herds Inspector in charge State official Terri-Herds tory or Cattle tle tested cred-under tested refree ited superlots acted herds herds vision -1 ' Ala _____ 3,195 15,017 45,067 317 67, 6f.\4 R. E. Jackson _____ C. A. Cary, Auburn. Ariz _____ 31 1,298 19 8,771 46 8,877 F. L. Schneider ___ E. L. Stam, Pboenix. Ark _____ 332 3,888 6 22,927 12 22,942 W. A. McDonald_ J. H. Bux., Little Rock. Calif ____ 1,179 22,657 1,207 12,854 122 14,500 W. E. Howe ______ J. J. King, Sacram ento. Colo_. __ 10 489 9 21 57 103 J. 0. Wil~on ______ 1 C. G. Lamb, Denver. Conn ____ 1,436 21,212 410 2,330 6,237 8,966 R. L. Smith _______ , C harles Johnson, Hart-I ford. DeL ____ 467 5,563 100 4,935 1,904 7,295 E. B. Simonds----! Ralph C. Wilson, Dover. D. C ____ ----------------------43 2 46 A. E. Wight. _____ 1 Fla ______ 416 20,158 27 6,174 92 6,319 T. W. Cole ________ J . V. Knapp, Tallahassee. Ga ______ 2,433 11,351 10 94,492 32 94,524 A. L. Hirlem a n ___ J.M. Sutton, Atlanta. Idaho ____ 677 10,452 10 47,439 51 50,927 John T. D a ll as ____ ! Thomas W. White, Ill _______ 6,004 88,803 994 80,933 5,693 233,179 . J Boise . . . J. J. Lmt ner_ ___ _ _ D . W . Robison, Spr mgI field. Ind _____ 1,134 1 5 ,562 69 182,541 3,114 188,298 J.E. G;b,on ...... 1 F=k H. B,own, Ind;. anapolis. Iowa ____ 6,083 117,393 3,157 100,000 1,889 200,000 J. A. Barger _______ M . G. Thornburg, Des Moines. Kans ____ 1,226 16,86~ 37 116,915 533 117,438 N . L. Townsend __ ; J. H. Mercer, Topeka. Ky ______ 1,790 8,751 9 108,655 43 111,093 W. F. Biles _______ 1 D . E. Westmorland, Frankfort. La. _____ 129 3,296 37 4,398 13 4,660 W.W. Lawson ____ E . P. Flower, B aton Rouge. Me ______ 217 3,561 16 42,993 901 43,917 G. R . Caldwell ____ B. M. Tucker, Augusta. Md _____ 1,689 17,993 285 11, 513 12,268 41,283 E. B. Simonds ____ James B. George, Baltimore . Mass .... 1,684 17,566 2,299 7,125 4,334 13,254 E. A. Crossman ___ E. F. Richardson, Boston. Mich ____ 6,222 58,119 126 191,138 63 191,360 T. S. Rich. _______ C.H. Clark, Lansing. Minn ___ 6,507 123,983 789 134,441 5,290 140,949 W. J. Fretz _______ C. E. Cotton, St. Paul. Miss. ___ 289 2,416 2 24,434 18 24,467 H. Robbins _______ 1 Charles E. O'Neal, Jack-SOD.

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56 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [May SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION WITH STATES, APRIL, 1932-Continued Tuber c ulin tests durT ot a l to d a te State in g month o r CatO nce-Ac-H er ds Inspecto r in c h a r g e S t a te o fficia l T e r ri-Her ds tory o r Cattle tle te sted cre d-und er teste d re-free ited s uperl ots ac t ed her ds herds vi s i o n --Mo _____ 1 ,172 9,0 9 4 10 112,910 216 117,074 Ral p h Graham ____ H . A . Wilson , Jefferson C ity. M o nt_ _ _ 332 8, 4471 23 39,853 81 43, 272 J . W. Murdoc h ___ W . J . But le r, Delena. Nebr__ __ 2,038 27,6 6 5 144 88,020 107 88,147 A . R. Fra n c i s _____ H . L. Fei s tn er, Lincoln. Nev _____ 71 2 ,743' 2 4 ,293 9 4 ,602 L . C. Butt erfield __ Edward Re c o rd s , Reno. N. H ____ 2,482 2 2 ,334 837 7,024 6 ,779 14,96 8 E. A. C r ossma n ___ A. L . F e lker, Co n c ord. N . J _____ 1 , 681 2 4 ,472 383 2 ,423 7,757 11,885 Elli s E . M cC o y ___ J . H. McNeil, Trenton. N . Mex _ 177 3 , 718 46 4,547 26 4,688 F. L . Schneider_ _ _ M a t Keen an, A lbuquerque. N. y _ _ _ _ 10,775 1 5 1 ,35 8 7 , 2 5 0 37,634 73,9 5 9 117, 910 H . B. Leon a rd ____ E.T. F a ulde r, Albany. N. C ____ 104 2 ,761 1 9 2 5 6 ,584 330 2 5 6,914 W. C. Dendinger __ Willi a m Moor e , R a leigh. N. Dak _ 1,877 5 0 ,426 310 70,199 5,475 82,7 8 0 H. H. C ohen o ur_ __ W. F. C rewe , Bisma rck . O hio ___ _ 6 , 3 2 3 . 4 8,319 174 241,310 709 242,499 A . J. De Fosset ___ 0 . H. Pierce, C olumbus. Okl a _ ___ 721 13,069 8 17, 2 6 0 224 17,484 L . J . All e n ________ C . C. Hisel, Oklahoma City. Oreg ____ 1 ,489 14,9 5 1 22 62,592 954 63,558 S . B . Foster _______ W . B. Lytle, Salem. P a ______ 6 , 197 5 0 , 3 2 4 2 ,570 127, 685 8,309 1 5 0,042 J.B. Reidy _______ T. E . Munc e, H a rris-burg. R. r__ ___ 146 2,8 5 0 ' 380 520 215 838 E . A. C rossm a n ___ T . E. Robinson, Providance. s. o _____ 9 1 9 4,2 5 8 1 6 7 ,71 0 113 67,828 W . K . Lewi s ______ W. K . Lewis, Columbia. S. D a k _ _ 1 9 1 5,8 5 2 64 9,5 3 7 970 10,639 0. H. H a ys _______ R. S. Robinson, Pierre. Tenn ____ 3 , 0 4 3 19,899 17 97,83 5 66 97,936 B . L . Fry _________ J . M. Jones, Nas hville. Tex _ _ _ _ _ 1,36 9 17,682 125 25,948 229 27,264 B. L . D arby ______ N. F. Willi a ms, Fort Worth. Uta h ____ 1 , 176 6,327 32 10,935 112 11,252 F. E. Murray _____ w. H. Hendricks, Salt L ake City. Vt_ _ _ ___ 1 , 3 0 9 26,494 435 3 , 9 2 9 10,317 15,638 L. H . A d ams ______ Edward H. Jones, Mont• pelicr. V a _ _____ 3,772 17,849 46 12,231 6 6 3 13, 1 5 5 R. E. Brookb a nk_ H. 0. Givens, Rich mond. W as h ___ 2 , 364 17,573 4 6 50,616 8 5 59,595 J.C. Exline _______ Robert Prior, Olympia. W. V a _ _ 2,3 8 0 9,150 10 89,58 8 632 91,392 H. M. Newton ___ _ H . M . Gore, C h a rleston Wi s _ ____ 7,182 142,363 540 179,0 6 8 10,294 190,320 J. S. Healy ________ W alter Wisni cky, Mad ison. W y o ____ l 189 3,828 63 12, 5 6 8 5 14, 161 W. A . Sulliv a n ___ H. D. Port, Cheyenne. Hawaii__ 7 2 3 , 013 30 ---------------3 5 0 L . E . Ca se ________ L. E . Case, Honolulu. TotaL 102, 7011, 2 93, 215 23, 206 2, 882. 9 5 8 171, 667 3 , 408, 242 SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, APRIL, 1932 S t a te A l a b a m a _ __________________ _ C olorado __________ _ ______ _ _ _ Florid a _ ____________________ _ Geor g i a __________________ ___ _ Illinois _____________________ _ Indiana ____________ _ _______ _ _ Iow a _______________________ _ Kansa s ____ _____ _ _ _ _ Ken~~ cky __________________ _ Lomsia n a __________________ _ _ Maryland _______ _ __________ _ Michig a n ___ _ _______________ _ M!ssissi:ppi _______ _ _________ _ M1ssoun ____________________ _ Nebrask a _______________ ____ _ North C a rolin a ________ _____ _ Ohio ________ _______________ _ _ Okl ahoma. _ _______ _ _ _ _____ _ _ South Carolin a _____________ _ South Dakota. _____________ _ Tennessee _______ __ -_ ____ _ Texas _ _ _ ____________ ___ __ _ W~shin&ton ____________ ____ _ W1sconsm __ ___ _________ _ ___ _ . Out-Burea u Demonstrat10ns F a rms F arms breaks veterPremi-Au top-1 d t inari a ns _Meetses in. quaranc eane repor ; engaged m g s a dvestiHogs sies tined and ed to d e s sed Numtrea tperor disin-bureau in r g ated ber ed formed carded fected veteriwork I n a rians 1 . 5 1 1. 33 3 2 3 1 2 1 2 1. 5 1. 03 1 1 1 1. 5 2 l 1 l 1 1 . 5 1 1 5 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 118 17 110 50 137 91 108 69 265 34 276 32 5 1 61 34 86 47 205 37 31 51 5 2 40 15 22 70 ------------------------3 ----------------7 ---------------3 81 1,972 ------------------------12 32 920 1 ----------------9 ----------------73 27 33 ----------------11 ----------------16 2 94 30 ----------------35 -------------4 --------------1 5 130 19 1 8 11 291 3 ----------------9 ----------------11 ----------------12 ----------------5 ----------------10 46 283 -------------1 3 1 9 2 20 938 9 5 8 ---------------4 14 ----------------7 12 ----------------5 9 ------------22 ---------------6 -------------5 34 1 1 2 6 713 ---------------------3 2 5 12 ----------------3 47 7 4 --------13 10 2 ---------------14 88 10 --------2 8 7 -------------------------------------Total___ _ _ _____________ 3 2 . 36 20 2,017 255 5 ,688 251 4 311 ~ N0TE .-No work reported from States not listed. 1 Frnctions denote veterin a ri ans devotini part time to work.

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1932] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 57 ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED UNDER LICENSES, APRIL, 1932 Period Total serum Clear serum Hyperimmune Simultaneous Hyperimmu-completed blood clea red virus nizing virus Cc Cc Cc Cc Cc April, 1932 .. __ ... _ ...... _______ 121,361,487 105,699 ,660 120,865,301 4,456,546 21,208,357 April, I93L------------------78,304,735 70,295,129 91,065,453 4,591,00 5 17,134,191 10 months ended-April, 1932 ________ . ________ 952,897,452 825 ,354,056 1 , 008, 511, 654 47, 035, 2221 192, 2,59, 044 April, 1931 _________________ 714,231,491 602, 017, 682 738, 204, 876 41,450,019 143, 312, 638 LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, APRIL, 1932 License No. 4 was issued April 2, 1932, to the Abbott Laboratories, Fourteenth Street and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., for: Abortion bacterin (bovine); autogenous bacterin; equine-influenza bacterin; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; joint-ill mixed bacterin (equine); mammitis mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (for rabbits); mixed bacterin (bovine); mixed bacterin (canine); mixed bacterin (for fowls); mixed bacterin (for swine); polyvalent mixed bacterin (equine); staphylo-bacterin (canine); white-scour mixed bacterin (bovine). License No. 201 was issued April 8, 1932, to the Petaluma Laboratories, 6174 Van Nuys Boulevard, Van Nuys, Calif., for chicken-pox vaccine. LICENSE TERMINATED, APRIL, 1932 License No. 4, issued September 22, 1930, to the Abbott Laboratories, Fourteenth Street and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., was terminated April 2, 1932, because of the discontinuance of production of bacillus-abortus bacterin (bovine); bacillus-avisepticus bacterin; mixed bacterin (for sheep); streptobacterin (equine); streptococcus-mastitis bacterin (bovine). PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT, MAY, 1932 Docket No. 311.-In re L. B. Andrews Livestock Commission Co. and other market agencies at the Kansas City Stockyards, Kansas City, Mo. By an order of inquiry and notice of hearing issued April 7, 1930, the Secretary of Agriculture directed that an inquiry be made into the reasonableness and lawfulness of all rates and charges provided in the tariffs of the respondent market agencies at the Kansas City Stockyards, Kansas City, Mo. A hearing was held at Kansas City, Mo., from December 3, 1930, to February 10, 1931. Oral argument was had before the Acting Secretary on March 27, 1931. On May 18, 1932, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued the proceedings, findings of fact, and an order prescribing a schedule of reasonable rates for buying and selling livestock on commission at the Kansas City Stockyards, to be effective 30 days after the date of the order. Docket No. 378.-In re Paul Tracy, dealer, Fort Wayne, Ind. On February 15, 1932, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry and notice of hearing wherein it was alleged that respondent had violated the act in that he had failed, neglected, and refused to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of his obligations incurred as a dealer. On April 16, 1932, respondent admitted the truth of the matters alleged and waived a hearing thereon. On May 4, 1932, respondent was suspended from registration as a dealer for a period of six months with leave, however, during said period to apply for revocation of this suspension upon showing to the satisfaction of the Secretary of Agriculture that he has filed the necessary bond. He was also ordered to cease and desist from doing business as a dealer without executing and maintaining a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his obligations. Docket No. 381.-In re H. Braunschweig, market agency and dealer, Baltimore, Md., and Lancaster, Pa. On April 11, 1932, a statement was received from respondent showing to the satisfaction of the Secretary of Agriculture that the respondent incurs no obligations as a market agency on the Baltimore and Lancaster markets for which a bond is necessary. The secretary also found that the respondent executed a reasonable bond to secure the performance of his dealer

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58 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [May obligations in the sum of $2,000 dated April 6, 1932, a copy of which was filed with the Bureau of Animal Industry on April 14, 1932. The case was dismissed without prejudice on May 4, 1932. PERMITTED DISINFECT ANTS The bureau has granted permission for the use of the following saponified cresol solutions in offici a l disinfection, as required by B. A. I. Order 309: "Worrell's Crespolin," The W o rrell Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.; "Solukress," Kremers-Urban Co., 189-199 Vine Street, Milwaukee, Wis.; "Ghost Brand Disinfectant," Albright Laboratories, Jefferson City, Tenn.; "McClellan's Orthosol," McClellan Products (Ltd)., Los Angeles, Calif.; "Consolidated Cresolis , " Consolidated Laboratories, Main Street between Walnut and Elm, St. Louis, Mo.; and "Universal Cresolum," Universal Laboratories, 115 South Commercial Street, St. Louis, Mo. RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS Penalties a,nd fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: Twenty-eight Hour Law Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (three cases), $300 penalties. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Co. of Texas, $100 penalty. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty. Texas & Pacific Railway Co., $100 penalty. Livestock Quarantine Law Chicago & North Western Railway Co., interstate movement of infectious car, $100 fine. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., interstate transportation of infectious car without prior cleaning and disinfection (Illinois to Wis consin), (two cases), $200 fine. Fayette Producers Co., Washington Court House, Ohio, for interstate shipment of hogs affected with hog cholera, from Ohio to Pennsylvania, $100 fine. Charles R. Shroades, Chambersburg, Pa., for interstate transportation of two cows from Pennsylvania to Maryland without prior tuberculin test, $100 fine. G. W. Breeland, Bush, La., for interstate shipment of one cow and one calf from Mississippi to Louisiana without prior tuberculin test, $100 fine, which was suspended and defendant placed on probation for five years. Sam Davis and Shelly Davis, Bond, Miss., Cater Hickman, Wiggins, Miss., and L. R. Cooley, Leaf, Miss., for interstate movement of tick-infested mules from Louisiana to Mississippi without dipping and certification; each person $100 fine. (Suspended.) Meat Inspection Law V. T. Angle, Chambersburg, Pa., for offering unsound meat for interstate shipment, $100 fine; Erwin P. Yost, York, Pa., same offense, $125 fine. NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bureau keeps no m a iling list for sending publications to individual employees but sends copies to officers in ch a rge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So far as possible addition a l copies will be furnished on request.] Farmers' Bulletin _ o. 1409 (revised). Turkey Raising. By Morley A. Jull and Alfred R. Lee, Animal Husbandry Division. P. 22, figs. 14. Farmers' Bulletin No. 1017 (slightly revised). Cattle Scab and Methods of Control and Eradication. By Marion Imes, Zoological Division. P. 30, figs. 15. Farmers' Bulletin No. 1146 (slightly revised). Dourine of Horses. By John R. Mohler, Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry. P. 10, figs. 5. Farmers' Bulletin No. 1181 (revised). Raising Sheep on Temporary Pastures. By F. R. Marshall and C. G. Potts, Animal Husbandry Division. P. 14, fig~. 5. Farmers' Bulletin No. 1422 (slightly revised). Udder Diseases of Dairy Cows. B:v Hubert Bunyea, Pathological Division. P. 13, figs. 6.

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1932] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 59 Farmers' BuJletin No. 1568 (slightly revised ). Rabbit Parasites and Diseases. By Benjamin Schwartz, Zoological Division, and W. B. Shook, Pathological Division. P. 30, figs. 23. Farmers' Bulletin No. ~slightly revised) . Goose Raising. By Alfred R . Lee, Animal Husbandry D1v1s10n. P. 14, figs. 10. Directory of the Bureau of Animal Industry (rev ised). P. 69. Amendment 1 to B. A. I. Order 336. To Prevent the Spread of Foot-andMouth Disease in Cattle, Sheep, Other Ruminants, and Swine. P. 1. Effective May 4, 1932. Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 336 . To Prevent the Spread of Foot-andMouth Disease in Cattle, Sheep, Other Ruminants, and Swine. P. 1. Effective May 9, 1932. Amendment 10 to B. A. I. Order 331. Declaring Names of Counties Placed in Modified Accredited Area for Tuberculosis. Effective May 2, 1932 . P. L , mimeographed. ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER. Associate Chief: U. G. HoucK. Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER. Administrative Officer: CHARLES C. CARROLL. Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN. Assistant to Chief: D. S. BURCH. Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief. Biochemic Division: M. DoRSET, chief. DitJision of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief. Field Inspection Division: G. W. PoPE, chief. Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief. Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, chief. Pathological Division: HARRY W. SCHOENING, chief. Tick Eradication Division: R. A. RAMSAY, chief. Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief. Zoological Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief. Experiment Station : W. E. COTTON, superintendent. Office of Accounts: GEORGE F. TucKER, in charge. Office of Personnel: GEORGE R . BROWN, in charge. U . S . GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 19U FOR SALIS BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OP' DOCUMENTS, WASHINGTON, D, C.

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