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Service and regulatory announcements
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United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
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Contains Insecticide decisions and Notices of judgment under the Insecticide Act formerly issued only as a separate publication, now published in both forms.
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No. 81 (1914)-

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A. I. SOS.


issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings etc.,
a work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to tads. i\le
of the bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection is conducted, ppblir officers
duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals.dspeclLU rtncerned.
desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Goioter*min Priating
Bington, D. C., at 5 cents each or 25 cents a year (foreign 45 cents)., A Upp ill be sent to
~idKl i charge of a staies or branch of the bureau service, who should ror y Uistribute copies
mnMtlers of his force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.] ,

S :' CONTENTS Page
.directory- -...- -------------------------............-- ..-----... ... ...........-. (
S ding meat inspection -------. ............
a" .tion of pork products to destroy trichin.-...----......... .... ........
C asings from Oree................................... -.. --------------------------------------
lsalatightered.nder lral meat inspection, August, 1932........... .. -------........
Oaus of condemnations of carcasses, July, 1932.............................. ------------....,-------........... --------
Impfl ts of food animals and of meats and meat food products, August, 1932.... ............. -89 \
BI fmary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, August, 132. -.............. 9Q
Summary of bog-cholera-control work, August, 1932----------------------............/...... 9
:::: i-bog-dolSera serum and hog-cholera virus produced under licenses, August, 1932 ...... \ '-91
ed r biological products August, 132........ ................... 92
under the packers and stockyards act, September, 1932------------------------.................."............ 92
-,,.yeards withdrawn from jurisdiction....--.-------..-....------------.....---------..........---------................... 92
of prosecutions for violation of laws--.....---...........-------.----.----.......----..............-......-----...---....-.... 92
NoW T pabieations of the bureau.--.....................----------------------------------------------- 92
Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry.....................................-------------------------------.-----.---.............. 93


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CHANGES IN DIRECTORY
Meat Inspection Granted


Rose Packing Co. (Inc.), 851 Fulton Street, Chicago, Ill.
Max German, 3836 Aldine Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.

Meat Inspection Withdrawn
Chailes A. Baldwin & Co., 109-111 North Street, Boston, Mass.
Chailes A. Sweet Provision Co., 721-725 Spruce Street,vSt. Louis, Mo.
From subsidiary: Chas. Wolff Packing Co., under establishment 250, Hy-
grade Food Products Corporation, Detroit, Mich.

Meat Inspection Es tended
Hygrade Food Products Corporation, Detroit, Mich., to include Begley
Food Products Co., and American Provisions Export Co.
Hygrade Food Products Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y., to include American
Provisions Export Co.
Hygrade Food Products Corporation, Chicago, Ill., to include American
Provisions Export Co.
Hygrade Food Products Corporation, Wheeling, W. Va., to'include Amer-
ican Provisions Export Co.
S (Change in Name of Official Establishment
The Liberty Cherry & Fruit Co. (Inc.), 325-327 York Street, Newport,
Ky., mail Second and Madison Streets, Covington, Ky., instead of
Behlont Food Products Co.
Kuihner Packing Co., 1825 West Main Street. Fort Wayne, Ind., and Fred
Eckart Packihg Co. (Inc.), instead of Fred Eckart Packing Co.


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Li. Lj. onermal succeeds rjuwaru oDuLbu nui il uBp ur in cuar sgc ir juiuru,-. .-
Conn. A
Edward Smith succeeds Levi Bryant (retired) as inspector in charge. at JhreV-.7
port, La.
R. A. Wight succeeds W. B. Nichols (deceased) as inspector in charge at Fort
Smith, Ark. : ::
Note
Character indicating no sealed cars should be removed preceding establish- ..i
ment 271, Houston Packing Co., Houston, Tex., and character indicating slaugh
tering operations substituted.

; NOTICES REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION

REFRIGE NATION OF PORK PRODUCTS TO DESTROY TRICHINAE S
In the treatment of pork by refrigeration to destroy trichinwa, the bureau has
held that such refrigeration must precede any curing process of the pork.
Recent experiments have proved conclusively that adequate refrigeration of
cured or partly cut-ed pork effectually destroys trichinae which may be present.
Accordingly, hereafter inspectors in charge of Federal meat inspection will
permit the refrigeiatipin prescribed in Service and Regulatory Announcements of
December, 1926,cto be applied to products containing muscle tissue of pork at
-any stage of preparAtion or to the finished products.
ANIMAL CASINGS FROM GREECE


The permission granted in Service and Regulatory Announcements of August,
1928, for the importation through foreign certification of animal casings from
Greece is hereby revoked. All animal casings which leave Greece on and after
November 15, 1932, shall be disinfected as required by previous instructions as
a condition for admission into the United States.


ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT
AUGUST, 1932


INSPECTION,


Station Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats Swine
lambs ow

Baltimore----....---...---............-------------.------...--. 7,014 1,289 5,521 --------......... 50,647
Butfalo-- .....---------------------------------...... 6,459 2,034 11,370 ---------......... 5, 621
Chicago...-----..........-------------------------- 112,634 32,378 282,289 .-----......... 421,263
Cincinnati... ------------------------------- 13,976 6,381 26,563 .......... 7,660
Cleveland.......------.----.--------------------- 3,300 (1) (i) .......... 85,391
Denver.--..............----------.----.........----------.---......-...-... 6,339 1,309 (1) .......--... 23,255
Detroit----...............------------------------------6,513 6,535 10,651 ..-..---------...... 68,754
Fort Worth..---....---...........----........---------...-..... 18,224 15,392 54,868 ..-...-------..-. 18,461
Kansas City -......................--------------..........---------- 54,300 22,377 105,571 ...---....... 221,999
Los Angeles......-------------------------------... 9,764 2,105 28,039 --........---. 20,948
Milwaukee.......--- ---------------------------- 17,608 30,686 9,046 --......------- 7,734
National Stock Yards ........-----.....-. 40,472 20,594 62,352 ...--....-...-- 195,203
New York-------------..------------------ 28,315 55,368 281,008----- ----- (1)
Omaha..............----.---.--..................--------.------... 61,608 4,911 147,819 --........--------.. 1925
Philadelphia................................ 6,106 8,411 30,725 ........----------.. 56
Sioux City......-........-..............-------...-----------...... 20,017 1,790 41,164 -.......------ 60 356
South St. Joseph--..-........--- ..........-----------.......-- 19,593 (V) () ----.... 69,306
South St. Paul........--.....-------------------------- 40,150 41,892 59,395 -----.--......... 80.684
Wichita -- ------------- -
All other stations.---..-...---........-----------------160,123 108,781 422,946 267 1, 240,8 M
Total:
August, 1932....--------------------- 632,515 362,233 1,579,327 267 2,969,905
August, 1931...---------------------727,260 356,961 1,597,694 530 2,499, 920.
8 months ended-
August, 1932..------------------ 5,018,656 3,035,279 11,977,746 3,744 30,026,633
A ugust, 1931-.....-------.... ----------- 5,339,336 3,173,209 11,513,880 3,508 28,441,198
New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and
Newark 2......---....--..-...........------........... 36,507 63,079 342,604 -----.......... 161,

I Included in "All other stations."
I The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and "AH
other stations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district. (Note continued
on p. 89.)


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S1153 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 89

CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, JULY, 1932

Cause Cattle Calves bep Swine
M.: lambss

Emaciation------------------------------------------------ 492 78 272 21
Hog cholera----------.................................---------------......--.....------ ------------...... ---------------------- 1,793
Inflammatory diseases--------------------------------.............. ...-.. 775 127 599 1, 948
SImmaturity----------------------------------..................................--..........--....---... ...... 89
C Tuberculosis--------------------------------------------......--............ 1,490 28 2,743
Other causes-------------------------- ----------.......... 925 110 342 3,280
Total................................................ 3, 682 432 1,213 9, 785
Total ------------------------------------------3,682 432 1,213 9,785

IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS, AUGUST, 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 August,
1932, with figures for other periods for comparison:

Imports of food animals

Country of export Cattle Swine Sheep Goats

Mexico--..-------------------..-----.......---...............--------------...........-.......-----.... 174 .--..............---------.... 33
Canada --------.------ --------------------------------- 1,472 290 259 6
Virgin Islands (to Puerto Rico)-.....................-------.........---------------------... 275 ..--.------................-----.....--..----.--
Total:
August, 1932..--..-..---..--.................---------.-----------.............. 1,921 290 259 39
August, 1931....--..-...-----..........------------....-----.-----........... 5,719 72 622 14
8 months ended-
August, 1932........-----.......-..-------........----.--.---------..--. 62,614 1,737 ~ 1,784 67
August, 1931 -...----.......................---------------.--------- 71,656 1,245 5,117 32

Imported meats and meat food products

Fresh and refrigerated Cured and Other meat Total
Country of export canned products weight
Beef Other

Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds
Argentina -..................................-----...........---------........... -------908, 807 49, 830 Q58, 637
Australia ----------------------....-..--..--..-. 1,963 ------.------...........----------............ 170 2,133
Brazil ------------------------------------............................................................. ------------662, 584 5,029 667, 613
Canada......................-------------------------------- 41,681 44,845 269, 989 216, 247 572, 762
New Zealand -----------------.....................-----...... 14,289 3,027 ------------ 1,500 18,816
Paraguay ..------------------------- ....-------------..----------- 147,396 ------------ 147,396
Uruguay -------------- ----------- .....------------ ..---------... 1,321,862 3,016 1,324,878
Other countries...........---------.--.......-........------..--------------------------...... 46,997 62,199 109,196
Total:
August, 1932 --------.... ----------- 57, 933 47, 872 3,357,635 337, 991 3, 801,431
August, 1931..........-------------------- 34,518 109,301 1,900,275 581,117 2.625, 211
8 months ended-
August, 1932 .--------.. --. --------- 338, 872 1,202, 306 16, 985, 994 1,712, 806 20, 239, 978
August, 1931 ---------....... --------.......... 1,249,299 801,859 13, 042, 039 3,973, 871 19, 067,068

Condemned in August, 1932: Beef, 6,739 pounds; pork, 54 pounds; total, 6,793 pounds.
Refused entry: Beef, 76 pounds; pork, 88 pounds, total, 164 pounds.
Footnote 2-Continued.
Horses slaughtered:
August, 1932--------..................------ ....----...----------------------------------.. 5,872
August 1931 ................------- .....--------...----------------------------------.. ... 11,310
8 months ended-
August, 1932.................-------------- ---------------------------------...... 41,38
August, 1931..-...........---.------..--......----------------------------------------67. 748

SInspections of lard at all establishments, 117,348,925 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes.
4,542,785 inspection pounds; sausage, 59,573,355 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 6,019,897 inspection
Corresponding inspections for August, 1931: Lard, 111,409,925 inspection pounds; compound and other
!bstitutes, 40,706,852 inspection pounds; sausage, 59,535,290 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 6,848,089
iliection pounds.
(I'iThese totals of inspection pounds do not represent actual production, as the same product may have
*w inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)








90 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Septseaiu


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


Inspector in
charge


State


I Not including part of 1 county.


Total to date


Modified
credited
counties


Tuberc
tests du
mont


Ala......
Ariz.....
Ark .....

Calif .....
Colo.....
Conn -....
Del......
D. C.....
Fla-----......

Ga.......
Idaho ....
III ------

Ind......
Iowa ....
Kans ..-..
Ky......
La.......
Me......-
Md......

Mass -....--
M ich -...
Minn....-
Miss.....

Mo.....--
Mont...
Nebr....
Nev-....
N. H-....
N. J.....
N. Mex..
N. Y .- ..
N. C ...
N. Dak..
Ohio.....
Okla.....
Oreg.....
Pa.......
R. 1....
S. C.....
S. Dak..
Tenn....
Tex ......
Utah....---


Tuberc
tests dm
mont


Once-
tested
free
herds


Cattle
tested



6. 049
3,002
4,825

38, 27.1
375
6, 949
3,775
0
23,652
13, 579
9,360

106.007
15, 082
69, 203
4,061
9,118
1,249

6, 167

16, 739
13, 575
39. 095
178, 758
793

6, 094
2,531
14, 0410
990
2.818
7, 981
3,081

100,004
1,598
1,822
25,15;
8,861
9, 29C
64, 00
2, 84
4,48(
1,40C
41,237
13. 183
4,091


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds


ulin
ring
h


Cat- 1
tle re- a
acted



0
37
0
2, 448
0
646
27
0
35
3
50
628
74
1,358
19
37
17
6
154
581
25
656
0
16

2
132
3
54
857
18
4, 123
0
3
128
18
39
1,088
113

0
2
29
139
8


Herds
under
super-
vision


I I


54, 587
8,888
24,790
16,082
16
2,554
4,967
43
9,702
105, 844
51, 504
83,273
182,541

100,000
118,624
119,261
4, 543
42,913

12. 853
9,030
193,099
135, 520
24, 537

115, 74C
39,853
88,094
4,511
8,318
2.851
5, 190
38. 390
256, 582

65, 738
240.716
20,117
69, 497
131,124
777
71, 770
9,503
122,252
29,448
8, 514


317
46
10
119
55
6,508
2,006
2
91
36
45
5,751

2,924
1,404
532
44

12
886
12,668
4,843
66
5, 205
15

223
81
99
9
7,479
8,324
27
78, 460
332
5, 452
631
218
1,008
7,935
275
120
863
42
246
112


77,174
9,002
24,800
17,714
90
9,447

7,392
46
9,937
105,880
51. 579

236, 731
188, 298
200,000
119,168
121,740
4,803
43, 817

42,828
15,886
193,294
141, 536
24, 560
119,939
43, 272
88, 221

4,82C
16, 620
12,89C
5,338
124,553
256,914
78,071
242,516

20,34C
70, 519
154,427
1,407
71,890
10,478
122, 316
30,431
8,898


R. E. Jackson...
F. L. Schneider.
W. A. McDon-
ald.
W. E. Howe-....--
J. 0. Wilson -.... -
R. L. Smith.....

E. B. Simonds..
A. E. Wight....
T. W. Cole-......
W. C. Dendin-
ger.
John T. Dallas. -

J. J. Lintner .. --
H. Busman.....-
J. A. Barger..---
N. L. Townsend.
W. F. Biles.....
B. F. Gooch ....

G. R. Caldwell..
E. B. Simonds-

E. A. Crossman
T. S. Rich .....
W. J. Fretz .....
H. Robbins.....
Ralph Graham..
J. W. Murdoch..
A. H. Francis--._ _
L. C. Butter-
field.
E. A. Crossman.
Ellis E. McCoy.

F. L. Schneider.
H. B. Leonard-.
A. L. Hirleman.
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..
F. E. Murray...


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State official






C. A. Cary, Auburn.' i
E. L. Stamp, Phoeni,.
J. H. Bu, Little Rock.
J. J. King, Sacramento.
C. 0. Lamb, Denver.
Charles Johnson, Hart-
ford.
Ralph C. Wilson, Do-
ver.
J. V. Knapp, Tallahas-
see.
J. M. Button, Atlanta.
Thomas W. 'White
Boise.
D. W. Robison, Spring-
field.
Frank H. Brown, In-
dianapolls.
M. 0. Thornburg, Des
Moines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmorland,
Frankfort.
E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
H. M. Tucker, A-
gusta.
James B. George, Bal-
timore.
E. F. Richardson, Bos-
Ion.
C. H. Clark, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
Charles E. O'Ne4i
Jackson..
H. A. Wilson, JeC.er.
* son City.
W. J. Butler, Helena ,.
H. L. Feistner, Lir-
coin.
Edward Records, 7.
Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord;-:
J. H. McNeil, Tr .:.
ton. ..
Mat Keenan, Alb-"...
querque.
E. T. Faulder, Albali,.
William Moore, Ra-
leigh. .....i
W. F. Crewe, ,i
marck.
0. H. Pierce, Colon.
bus.
C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma
City.
W. H. Lytle, Salem. ..*
T. E. Munce, Harris-
burg.
T. E. Robinson, PreV- .3:
idence.
W. K. Lewis, Colail,.
bia. ..:::
R. 8. Robinson, PFl.e:;
J. M. Jones, Nash-ti i
N. F. Williams, 74
Wdrth. *
W. H. Hendricks, Sil
Lake City.







SERVICE .A1P REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 91

SARTY OF; TIR.ERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA-
TION WITH STATES, AUGUST, 1932-Continued
*s:...** ______________________________


Total to date


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds


10,669
654
75
632
9,715
5


Herds
under
super-
vision


16, 199
123, 4511
62, 615
97.43C
190, 304
14. 33C


177,30113,633.950


Inspector in
charge


I.. H. Adams...
R. E. Brook-
bank.
J. C. Exline.--....
H. M. Newton..
J. S. Healy.....
W. A. Sullivan.


State official


Edward H. Jones,
Montpelier.
H. C. Givens, Rich-
mond.
Robert Prior, Olym-
pia.
H. M. Gore, Charles-
ton.
Walter Wisnicky,
Madison.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.


' 'Not including 61 towns.

SUMMARY OF HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL WORK, AUGUST, 1932

SBureau strain Outbreaks
veerina- Meet Premises Demonstrations utop- reported
State rians -deings investi- sies per- to bureau
engaged addressed gated Number Hogs formed veterina-
in work gated Numer treated rians

Alabama--.-----.-------------- 1 1 80 .......... .......... .......... ........
Colorado-----------------..................... .5 ..... ... 15 ..- ...---- .......- 7
lorida--.----........----------.. -------...... 1 .......... 55 15 386 1 8
rga..------- --------- I................---------- 157 ---------- -------------------- 6
--- -- -- -- -- --...... 08 2 - -----------
oi......-----------...------------ 3 3 162 5 170 88 128
ndia .................------------------- --....... 2 ......... 118 .................... 24 17
Iowa --..-...--..........-- .---------.........-------- 3 .......... 143 5 535 61 168
Kansas----.----------------..-- .8 ---------- 135 -
Kentucky..................... 2 .......... 196 1 109 11 6
Lmeisiana-...--.------------- 1 ......- 26 6 309 5 5
Maryland-...-------------------- 2 3 396 11 154 i7 38
Michigan..-....----......-...----------...-.. 1.5 .-------....-... 92 .................... 6 67
ssissippi.....-----...........--.... 1.02 2 5 1 40 .......... ...........
Missouri-------....-..--..-.......-......-- 1 1 64 .----...-....--------....-..... 8 2
Nebraska.....------.----.......-...-...------- .66 ......... ---------- 31 8 14
North Carolina...-------------- .5 2 87 .-.....-- 6 ...........
Ohio-------------------....-----... 1 ........ 31 .......... .......... 20 30
Oklahoma-...--.---....-.....---........ 2 1 319 3 130 14 27
South Carolina...-----...........---.------- 1 16 14 557 --------- 4
South Dakota ---------------- I ......... 33 .---.---.......-....-.....----------. 16 172
Tennessee-----......--.----......-...---------------- .5 ------. 59 .................... 2 7
Texas .......................... 1 ...--..-- 31 .----------.------ -------------- 8
Virginia. ----------------------- .66 1 95 ..-........----- ..- ....----....------- .......-------...--
Washington---------.....-..---.--.. .5 .--......--------... 12 ---...... ......... ..-------. ...-------
Wisconsin-----...--------------- 1 ......... 32 2 25 8 5
Total ------------------ 30.72 14 2,392 63 2,415 302 713

1 Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to work.

NOTE.-No work reported from States not listed.

ANTIHOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED
UNDER LICENSES, AUGUST, 1932


Period


bigust, 7932- ..--- ----
algsnt, 1931--...........--------.........
ltenths ended-
if August, 1932............
::. August, 1931------------


Total serum


I I


Cc
69, 176,327
84,437, 642
806,399,159
614,456, 738


serum Hyperim-
Clears mune blood
completed cleared


Cc
80,370,141
86,458,185
849,159,979
649,017,691


Cc
62,114,200
75,071,452
710,187,893
534,281,562


. Tuberculin
tests during
. month


Modified
credited
counties


Cattle
tested


17,80'
. 10,374
10. 687
7, 556
114, 504
1,350
1,047,545


Cat-
tle re-
acted


720
47
44

2
211
0
14,597


Once-
tested
free
herds


4,20C
121,517
50, 731
95,62E
179,161
12.743
3,098.145


Simultane-
ous virus


Cc
10,093,068
10, 129, 796
41,957,018
49,836, 113


Hyperim-
munizing
virus


Cc
14, 456,431
14, 562,461
150,246, 329
126,822,886






92 BUREAU OF' AN AL INDUSTRY [September, 1 :...:i:i

LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, AUGUST, 192. :"
License No. 4 was issued August 23, 1932 to the Abbott Laboratories, Four-
teenth Street and Sheridan Road, North dhicago, Ill., for: Pulmonary mixed
bacteria (bovine); pulmonary mixed bacteria (for swine).
License No. 4 was issued August 31, 1932, to the Abbott Laboratories, Four-
teenth Street and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., for: Staph-strep bacteria a
(canine).
License No. 202 was issued August 5, 1932, to the Colorado Springs Vaccine
Laboratories (Inc.), one-half mile north on the Denver-Colorado Springs High-
way, Colorado Springs, Colo., for: Hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria; mixed
bacteria (avian).
License No. 202 was issued August 22, 1932, to the Colorado Springs Vaccine
Laboratories (Inc.), one-half mile north on the Denver-Colorado Springs High-
way, Colorado Springs, Colo., for: Mixed abortion bacteria (bovine); mixed
bacterin (porcine).

PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT,
SEPTEMBER, 1932
Docket No. 856.-In re Riley Ward, dealer, Lexington, Ky. On August 11
1931, the Acting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry, alleging that respond-
ent had violated the bonding regulation of the packers and stockyards act in
that he had neglected and refused to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to
secure the performance of his obligations incurred as a dealer. Further investiga-
tion has revealed that the transactions of respondent indicate that he is not
engaged in the business of buying or selling livestock in commerce at a stockyard
and therefore is not a dealer as defined by the packers and stockyards act, nor
required to execute and maintain a bond. Accordingly, on September 15, 1932,
the case was dismissed.
STOCKYARD WITHDRAWN FROM JURISDICTION
On September 20, 1932, the Trevor Stockyards, located at Trevor, Wis., was
withdrawn from the jurisdiction of the packers and stockyards act, as it was -R
found to contain less than 20,000 square feet, exclusive of alleys, passages, etc.


RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula-
tory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows:
Twenty-Eight Hour Law
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty.


NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU
[The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees but sends copies to :
officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So '
far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.]
Yearbook Separate No. 1321. Dogs and Cats May Be Kept Off Flower Beds .
by Nicotine Sulphate. By James F. Couch, Pathological Division. P. 1.
Yearbook Separate No. 1338. Beef-Cattle Finishing by Supplementing `A:
Pasture Is Increasing in Texas. By John H. Jones, Animal Husbandry Divsion.
P. 2.
Yearbook Separate No. 1339. Beef-Cow Herd, When Properly Managed, Is
Aid to Farm Tncome. By E. W. McComas, Animal Husbandry Division. P. 2.
Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 322. Regulations Governing the Inspection
of Live Poultry and the Inspection, Humane Treatment, and Safe Transport of '
Animals for Exportation from the United States. Effective July 1, 1932. P. 1l. q
Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 337. Declaring Names of Counties Placed ii:'
Modified Accredited Area for Tuberculosis. Effective September 1, 193.2, .
P. 1, 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.
Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HOUCK, chief.
Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chief.
Field Inspection Division: G. W. POPE, chief.
Aleat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief.
Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, chief.
Pathological Division: HARRY W. SCHOENING, chief.
Tick Eradication Division: W. Ni. MACKELLAR, acting 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.
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S. R. A.-B. A. I. 305 TORY ANNOUNCEMENT TRY E~MBER, 1932 [This pubJ,iaa:tion is issued monthly for tti.e dissemination of inf ormat ion , instructions, rulings1 etc., concernftf'g he work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons 10 tqe service of the bureau, establishments at whkh the Federal meat inspection is conducted, pblic officers whose duties make it desirahle for them to have such information, and journals e pec i nlly ronce rned. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Go ernment Printing Office, Washington, D. C., at 5 cents e ac h or 25 cents a year (foreign 45 cents). A wpply w ill be sent to each official in charge of a station or bra nch of the bureau service, who should promp tly distribute copies to members of his force . A file should be kept at each station for reference.] CONTENTS ( , Changes in directory ..............................................................•............ 1 ••• Notices regarding meat inspection ............................................ ! .................... . Refrigeration of pork products to destroy trichinre ............................ , .. .............. . Animal c as ings from Greece ..............................................•......•.............. Animals slaughtered under Federal meat in spectio n, A ugust, 1932 .......•... ..•..•.•............• Causes of condemnations of carcasses, July, 1932 .....•..•......................•.•.....•........... Imports of food animals and of me ats and meat food products, August, 1932 •....••.•••.....•....... Summary of tuberculosis•eradicat.ion work in cooperation with States, August, 1932 ....•........•.. Summary of bog• c holera•control work, August, 19 32 •...••..........................••.........•...• Anti•bog•cholera serum and bog•c holer a virus produced under licenses, August, 193 2 ...•.•.........• Licenses issued for biologiral produ cts, August, 1932 ..•....................................•...•.••• Proceedings under the packers a nd stocky a rds act, September, 1932 ..•............••..............• Stockyards withdrawn from juri s diction ....................................................... . Results of prosecution s for ,:olation of laws ................................. ................... ... . New publications of the bureau .............•...................................................... Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry ................................................... . CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat Inspection Granted tl03. R ose Packing Co. (Inc.), 851 Fulton Street, Chicago, Ill. i919. Max German, 3836 Aldine Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Meat Inspection Withdrawn 482. Challes A. Baldwin & Co. , 100 111 North Street, Boston, l\lass . Page 8 7 g 88 as 8 89 89 90 9 1 91 fl2 92 92 92 92 93 884. Chailes A. Snect Provision Co., 721-725 Spruce Street,r,st. Loui s, Mo. From subsidiary: Chas. Wolff Packing Co., under establishment 250, Hy grade Food Products Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Meat Inspection Extended 250. Hygrade Foo d Products Corporation, Detroit, Mich., to include Begley Food Products Co., and American Provisions Export Co. 258. Hygrade Food Products Corporation, Buff<:i,lo, N. Y., to include American Provisions Export Co. 325. Hygrade Food Products Corporation, Chicago, Ill., to include American Provisions Export Co. 373 . Hygrade Food Products Corporation, Wheeling, W. Va.; to~include American Provisions Export Co. Change in Name of Official Establishment 167. T h e Libert? Cherry & Fruit Co. (Inc.) , 325-327 York Street, Newport, Ky., mail Second and Madison Streets, Covington, Ky., instead of Belmont F oo d Products Co. 507. Kuhner Packinii; Co. , 1825 West Main Street. Fort Wa~1ne, Ind., and Fred Eckart Packing Co. (Inc.), instead of Fred Fckart Packing Co. 1 . o sealed cars. 142,19-32 8 7 (

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8 8 BURE A U OF ANIMAL I N DUSTRY (September Cha n g e of Official i n C har g e C. D. Sherman succeeds Edwar d Smith as inspector m charge at Hartford, Conn. Edward Smith succeeds Levi Bryant (retired ) as inspector in charge at Snreve port, La. R. A. Wight succeeds W. B. Nichol s (deceased ) as inspector in charge at Fort Smith, Ark. Note Character indicating no sealed cars should be removed preceding establi h ment 271, Houston Packing Co. , Houston, T ex., and character indicating slaughtering operations substituted. NOTICE S REG A RDING MEA T I NSPECTIO N REF~IG~ATION O F P ORK P RODUCTS T O DESTRO Y TRICHIN.lE In the treatment of pork by refrigeration to destroy trichinre, the bureau has held that such refrigeration must precede any curing process of the pork. Recent experiments have proved conclusively tfiat adequate refrigeration of cu-red or partly cured pork effectually destroys trichinre which may be present. Accordingly, hereafter inspectors in charge of Federal meat inspection will permit the refrigeration prescribed in Service and Regulatory Announcements of December, 1926, to be applied to product s containing muscle tissue of pork at any stage of pre:Jaration or to the finished products. ANIMAL CASINGS F ROM GREECE The permission granted in Service and Regulator y Announcements of August, 1928, for the importation through foreign certification of animal casings from Greece is hereby revoked. All animal casings which leave Greece on and after November 15, 1932, shall be disinfected as required by preYious instructions as a condition for admission into the United States. ANIMALS SLAUGHTE R E D UNDER FEDERA L MEAT INSP ECTIOK, AUGUS T , 1 9 32 Stati o n Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats I Swice Jambs Baltimore___________________________________ 7,014 1,289 5,521 __________ 50,647 Buffalo______________________________________ 6,459 2,034 11,370 __________ 53,621 ~~~fl~aff_~================================= 1}i: ~i 3~J~f 2i~: ========== 4~1: ~: Cleveland ___________________________________ 3,300 (1) ( 1 ) __________ 35,391 Denver______________________________________ 6, 339 1, 309 (1) _______ _ _ _ 23, 255 Detroit______________________________________ 6,513 6,535 10,651 __________ 68,754 Fort Worth__________________________________ 18,224 15,392 54,868 __________ 18,461 Kansas City_________________________________ 54,300 22,377 105,571 __________ 221,999 Los Angeles_________________________________ 9,764 2,105 28,039 __________ 20,948 Milwaukee_________ _________________________ 17,608 30,686 9,046 __________ 74,734 National Stock Yards__ _____________________ 40,472 20,594 62,352 __________ 1 9 5,293 New York___________________________________ 28,315 55,368 281,008 __________ (1 ) Omaha______________________________________ 61,608 4,911 147,819 __________ 192,085 Philadelphia________________________________ 6,106 8,411 30,725 __________ 6,556 Sioux City__________________________________ 20,017 1 ,790 41,164 __________ 60,356 South St. Joseph____________________________ 19,593 (1) (1) __________ 69,306 South St. PauL _ _ _ ____ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 40, 150 41, 892 59,395 __ ____ ____ 80, 684 Wichita 1 ____________________________________ ---------------------------------------------------------All other stations____________________________ 160,123 108,781 422,946 2 6 7 I, 240,892 Total: August, 1932 _______________________ 632,515 362,233 1,579,327 267 2,969,905 August, 1931_ ______________________ 727,260 356,961 l, 597,694 530 2,499,920 8 months ended-August, 1932 _______________________ 5,018,656 3,035,279 11,977, 746 3,744 30,026,633 August, 1931_ ______________________ 5,339,336 3,173,209 11,513,880 3,598 28,441, 193 New York, Bro o klyn, Jer sey City, and Newark 2 __ ________________________________ 36,507 63, Oi9 342,604 ---------161,326 1 Included in" All other stations." 2 The slaughter figures in tbis group of cities are included in the figures above for "New York" and" All other ~tations" and are combined here to show total in the Greater New York district. (Note continued GD p. 89.)

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1932] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEME TTS CAUSES OF CONDEMNATIONS OF CARCASSES, JULY, 1932 89 Cause Cattle Calves Total _______________________________________________ _ 3,682 432 Sheep and lambs 1,213 ~wine 9,785 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS, AUGUST, 1932 The statements following show the imports of food animals and o f meats and meat fo?d products inspected by-the Bureau of Animal Industry dnring August, 1932, with figures for other periods for comparison: Imports off ood animals Country of export Mexico ________________________ ________________________________ _ Canada _______________________________________________________ _ Virgin I s l ands (to Puerto Rico) _______________________________ _ Total: Cattle 174 1 ,472 275 August, 1932_________________________________________ 1,921 August, 193L________________________________________ 5,719 8 months ended-August, 1932 _________ .. ________ . ____ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ 62, 614 August, 1 931. _____ . __ . _. ________________ . ___ . _ .. _ ____ 71, 656 Swine 290 290 72 1,737 1,245 Imported meats and meat food products Sheep 259 259 622 1 ,784 5, 117 Fresh and r efrigerated Cured and Other meat Country of export canned products Beef Other Pounds Pounds Pounds Pounds Argentina _________________________________ -----------------------908,807 49,830 Australia _______ . ___ ... _. __ . . ____ ._. _______ 1,963 ---------------------170 Brazil ______________________ _______________ ----------------------662,584 5,029 l Canada ___________ . ___ . ____ .. _._ .. _______ ._ 41,681 44,845 269,989 216,247 New Zealand .. _ .. _____ .. __ . _____ . _________ 14,289 3,027 ------------1,500 Paraguay __________________________________ --------------~-------147,396 ------------Uruguay __________________________________ -----------------------1 ,321,862 3,016 Other countries ______________ ... _____ . ____ . -----------------------46,997 62,199 Total: August, 1932 .... _. ___________ . ___ 57,933 47,872 3,357,635 337,991 August, 1931-.. __________________ 34,518 109,301 1,900,275 581 , 117 8 months ended-August, 1932 _____________________ 338,872 1,202,306 16,985,994 1, 712, 8061 August, 1931 _____________________ 1,249,299 801,859 13,042 ,039 3,973,871 Condemned in August, 1932: Beef, 6,739 pounds; pork, 54 pounds; total, 6,793 pounds. Refused entry: Beef, 76 pounds; pork, 88 pounds, total, 164 pounds. Goats Total weight Pounds 33 6 39 1 4 67 32 958,637 2,133 667,613 572,762 18,816 147,396 1,324 ,878 109, 196 3,801,431 2. 625, 21~ 1 20,239,978 19,067,068 ------------Footnote 2-Continued. Horses slaughtered: August, 1932 ___________________ .. _ .. ____ . __ . _ _ ... __ .. _. _ ..... _ ... . _ -... ---... . -fi, 872 August, 1931. ________ ________________________________ . _ _______ . _ _ ____ ____ . ________ 11,310 8 months ended-!~ru~t ~in:======================================== === ================== = = = = tk ~: Inspections of lard at a ll establishments, 117,348,925 inspection pounds; compound anrt other substitn tes. 40,542,785 inspection pounds; sausage, 59,573,355 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 6,019,897 inspectio n pounds. Corresponding inspections f o r August, 1931: Lard, 111,409,925 insp~ction pounds; compou1:1d and other substitutes, 40,706,852 inspection pounds; sausage, 59,535,290 inspection pounds; o leomarganne, fi,848,089 inspection pounds. (These totals of inspection pounds do not represent actu a l production, as the same product may have been inspected and recorded more than once in the process of manufacture.)

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90 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [September SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERA TION WITH STATES, AUGUST, 1932 Tuberculin tests during Total to date month State Inspector in State official Cat1\Iodified Once-Ac-Herds charge Cattle tie reaccredited tested cred-under tested acted counties free ited superherds herds vision ----No. P.ct. Ala ______ 6,049 0 14 21 54,587 317 77,174 R. E. Jackson ___ C. A. Cary, Auburn. Ariz_ ____ 3,002 37 0 0 8, 88 46 9,002 F. L. Srhneider. E. L. i:3tam, Phoenix . Ark _____ 4,825 0 5 7 24,790 10 24,800 W. A. McDon-J. H. Bm:, Little Rock. aid. Calif__ ___ 38, 27.1 2,448 6 10 16,082 119 17, 714 W. E. Howe .... J . J. King, Sacramento. Co l o _____ 375 0 0 0 Hi 55 90 J. 0. Wilson .... C. G. Lamb, Denver. Conn ____ 6,9-19 646 0 0 2,554 6,50 8 9,447 R. L. Smith _____ Charle s Johnson, Hart-ford. Del__ ____ 3,775 27 1 33 4,967 2,006 7,392 E. B. Simonds . . Ralph C. Wil son , Dover. D. Q _____ 0 0 1 100 43 2 46 A. E. "Wight_ ___ Fla ______ 23,652 35 22 33 9,702 91 9,937 T. '\Y. Cole ______ J. Y. Knapp, Tallaha . see. Ga ...... 1 3,579 3 55 34 105,844 36 105,880 W. 0. Dendin-J.M. Sutton, Atlanta. ger. Idaho ____ 9,360 50 44 100 51,504 45 51,579 John T. Dallas .. Thomas Boise. w. White, TI) _______ 106,007 628 83 81 83,273 5, 751 236,731 J. J. Lintner_ ... D. '\Y. Robison, Spring-fiel d. Ind ______ 15,082 74 92 100 182,541 2,924 1 88,298 H . Busman ..... Frank H. Brown, Indianapolis. Iowa ____ 69,203 I , 358 70 71 100,000 1,404 200,000 J . A. Barger _ ____ M. G. Thorn burg, Des Moines. Kans ____ 4,061 19 61 58 118,624 532 119,168 N. L. Townsend. J. H. Mercer, Topeka. Ky. _____ 9, l lE 37 87 73 119,261 44 121, 740 \\. F. Biles _____ D . E. Westmorland, Frankfo r t. La _______ 1,249 17 0 0 4,5-13 12 4,803 B. F. Gooch .. __ E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge. Me ______ 6,167 6 16 100 42,913 886 43,817 G. R. Caldwell.. H. M. Tucker, Augusta. Md ______ 16,739 154 5 22 12,853 12,668 42,828 E. B . Simonds .. James D. George, Baltimore. Mass ____ 13,575 581 1 7 9,030 4,843 1 5,886 E . A. Crossman. E. F. Richardson, Boston. Mich ____ 39,095 25 83 100 193,099 66 193,294 T. S. Rich ... ... 0. II. Clark, Lansing. Minn ____ 178,758 656 60 69 135,520 5,205 1 41,536 W. J. Fret1 _____ C. E. Cotton, St. Paul. Miss _____ 793 0 10 12 24,537 15 24,560 Il. Robbins _____ Charle s E. O'Neal, Jackso n. Mo ______ 6 ,09-1 16 23 20 115,746 223 119, 939 Ralph Graham_. H. A. wilson, Jeff erson City. Mont ___ _ 2,531 2 19 34 39,853 81 43,272 J. W. Murdoch .. \\-. J . Butler, Helena. Nebr. ___ 14,040 132 49 53 88,094 99 88,221 A.H. Francis .. _ H. L. Feistner, Lincoin. Nev _____ 990 3 15 88 4,511 9 4,820 L. 0. Butter-Ed ward Records, fiel d. Reno. N. H ____ 2,818 54 3 30 8,318 7,479 16,620 E. A. Crossman. A. L. Felker, Concord . N. J_ ____ 7,981 857 0 0 2 ,851 8,324 12,890 Ellis E. McCoy_ J. II. M cNeil, Tren-ton. N. Mex __ 3,081 18 1 3 5,190 27 5,338 F. L. Schneider . Mat Keenan, Albuquerque. N.Y ____ 100,006 4,123 12 19 38,390 78,460 124,553 H.B. Leonard __ E.T. Faulder, A lbany, N. O ____ 1,598 0 100 100 256,582 332 256,914 A. L. Hirleman. William 1"1oore, Ralei g h. N. Dak __ 1,822 3 53 100 65,738 5,452 78,077 H. H. Cohenour. w. F. Crewe, Dismarck. Ohio _____ 25,157 128 88 100 2-10, 716 631 242,516 A. J. De Fosset__ 0. H. Pierce, Columbus. Okla _____ 8,861 18 5 7 20,117 218 20,340 L. J . Allen ______ 0. 0. Hisel, Oklahoma City. Oreg _____ 9,296 39 16 45 69,497 1,008 70,519 S. B. Foste r _____ W. H. Lytle, Salem. Pa _______ 64,062 1 ,088 46 69 131, 124 7,935 154,427 J.B. Reidy _____ T. E. Munce, H arris -R. r_ ____ 2,849 113 0 0 777 275 1,407 E. A. Crossman. burg. T. E. Robinson, Providence. s. o _____ 4,486 0 29 63 71,770 120 71,896 W. K. Lewis ____ W. K. Lewis, Columbia. S. Dak __ 1,400 2 6 9 9,503 863 10,478 0. H . Hays _____ R. S. Robinson, Pierre. Tenn ____ 41. 237 :29 1 30 32 122,252 42 122,316 H. L. Fry _______ J.M. Jone s, Nashville. Tex ______ 13,183 139 8 3 29, 246 30,431 H. L. Darby .... N. F. Williams, Fort Worth. Utah ____ 4,091 8 :.:2 76 8,514 112 8,898 F. E. Murray ___ '\V. H. Hendricks, Salt Lake City. 1 Not including part of 1 county,

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1932] SERVIC E AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 91 SUMMAR Y OF T U B E R CU LO S IS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERAT ION WITH STATES, AUGUST, 1932-Continued Tubercul in tests during Total to date month State OnceAcInspector in State official C'atModified Herds charge Cattle tle reaccredited tested cred-under tested acted counties free ited superherds herds vision ---No. P. ct. Vt__ ___ -17,805 7 2 0 2 2 14 4,206 10,669 16,190 L . H. Adams ____ Edward H . Jones Va _______ 10,3H 47 69 69 Montpelier. 121,517 684 123,451 R. E. BrookH. C. Givens, Rich bank. mond . Wash ____ 10.68i 44 36 92 50,731 7.5 62,645 J. C. Exline _____ Robert Prior, Olym pia. W. Ya ... 7,558 2 45 82 95,625 632 97,430 H. M. Newton . . H . M. Gore, Charles wis ..... ll4, 504 211 71 100 179, 161 ton. 9, 715 190,304 J. S. Healy ...... Walter Wisnicky \,Vyo .... _ 1,350 0 0 0 12,743 Madison. 5 14,336 W. A. Sullirnn .. H. D . Port, Cheyenne -Total.. 1,047, 545 14,597 I, 464 48 3,098,145 177,301 3,633,950 2 Not including 61 towns. SUMMARY O F HOG-CHOLERA-CONTRO L WORK, AUGUST, 1932 Bureau Demonstrations State vet_erina• Meetings }:'remi s~s nans d mves t 1 • 1-----.---engaged a dressed gated Hogs Outbreaks A utop• reported sies per to bureau formed veterinain work 1 Number treated rians A labama ..................... . Col orado ..................... . Florida.---Georgia .... --I daho __ -..... -.......... -. Illinois __ ..................... . Indiana ....................... . Iowa ___ ---Kansas ....... -............... . E;1ts~;!L~~:::::: ::: : : : : : :: : : Maryland .................... . Michigan ... __ ................ . M!ssissi:ppL .................. . M 1 ssour1 ...................... . Nebraska ..................... . North Carolina ............ ... . Ohio .. _ ....................... . Oklahoma ............. -..... . South Carolina.-South Dakota ........ Tennessee .................... . 'T'exas ........................ _. Virginia ................ -\\:~shin~ton ............ I;\ ISCOnSID ......... -.. -Total.•-1 . 5 1 1 .08 3 2 3 .8 2 1 2 1. 5 1.02 1 . 66 . 5 1 2 1 1 .5 1 . 66 .5 1 30. 72 1 80 15 ----------55 ----------157 ----------2 3 162 ---------118 ----------143 ----------135 ---------196 ---------26 3 396 ----------92 2 5 l 64 ---------31 2 87 ------31 1 319 --------16 --------33 -------59 ----------31 1 95 ----------12 --------32 ---14 2,392 1 Fractions denote veterinarians devoting part time to work. NorE.-No work reported from States not listed. 15 5 5 386 170 535 7 1 88 24 61 1 8 6 128 17 168 1 109 11 6 6 309 5 5 11 154 :;7 38 ---...... .... 6 67 1 40 .... _ ....... ... . -.......... 8 2 .......... 8 14 -6 -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 30 3 1 3 0 14 27 14 557 4 16 172 2 7 8 63 2,415 302 713 AN TIHOGC H OLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS PRODUCED UNDER LICENSES, AUGUST, 1932 Clear serum Hyperim• Period Total serum completed mune blood cleared Cc Cc Cc August, 1932.--------69,176,327 62,114,200 80,370, 141 August, 193L ..... -------84,437,642 75,071,452 86,458,185 8 months ended August, 1932. __ ---------806,399,159 710,187,803 849,159,979 August, 193L-----------614,456,738 534,281,562 649,017,691 Simultane• ous virus Cc 10,093,068 10,129,796 41,957,018 49,836,113 Hyperim• munizing virus Cc 14,456,43 14,562,46 150,246,32 126,822,88 . 1 1 9 6

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92 BUREAU OF A.NIMAL INDUSTRY [September, 19321 LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, AUGUST, 1932 License No. 4 was issued August 23, 1932, to the Abbott Laboratories, Fourteenth Street and Sheridan Road, North Chicago, Ill., for: Pulmonary mixed bacterin (bovine); pulmonary mixed bacterin (for swine). License No. 4 was issued August 31, 1932, to the Abbott Laboratories, Fourteenth Street and Sheri dan Road, North Chicago, Ill., for: Staph-strep bacterin (canine) . License No. 202 was issued August 5, 1932, to the Colorado Springs Vaccine Laboratories (Inc.), one-half mile north on the Denver-Colorado Springs Highway , Colorado Springs, Colo., for: Hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; mixed bacterin (avian). License No. 202 was issued August 22, 1932, to the Colorado Springs Vaccine Laborato ries (Inc.), one-half mile north on the Denver-Colorado Springs Highway , C o l orado Springs, Colo., for: Mixed abortion bacterin (bovine) ; mixed bacterin ( p o rcine). PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT, SEPTEMBER, 1932 Dock e t No. 3 56.-In re Riley Ward, dealer, Lexington, Ky. On August 11 1931, the Ac-,ting Secretary of Agriculture issued an inquiry, alleging that respondent had violated the bonding regulation of the packers and stockyards act in that h e had neglected and refused to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to secnre the performance of his obligations incurred as a dealer. Further investigatio n h a s revealed that the transactions of respondent indicate that he is not engaged in the business of buying or selling livestock in commerce at a stockyard and therefore is not a dealer as defined by the packers and stockyards act, nor required to execute and maintain a bond. Accordingly, on September 15, 1932, the case was dismissed. STOCKYARD WITHDRAWN FROM JURISDICTION On September 20, 1932, the Trevor Stockyards, located at Trevor, Wis., was withdrawn from the jurisdiction of the packers and stockyards act, as it was found t o contain less than 20,000 square feet, exclusive of alleys, passages, etc. RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS P enalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regulatory laws, as reported to the bureau, as follows: Twenty-Eight Hour Law Chicago , Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., $100 penalty. NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees but sends copies to officers in ch a r g e of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notifica t ion copies . So f a r as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.] Yearbook Separate No. 1321. D o gs and Cats May Be Kept Off Flo wer Beds by Nicotine Sulphate. By James F. C o uch, Pathological Division. P. 1. Yearbook Separate No. 1338. B eef-Cattle Finishing by Supplementing Pasture Is Increasing in Texas. By John H. Jones, Animal Husbandry DiYsion. P. 2. Yearbook Separate No. 1339. Beef-Cow Herd, When Properly Managed, Is Aid t o Farm Income. By E.W. l\1cComas, Animal Husbandry Division. P. 2. Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 32?. Regulations Governing the Inspection o f Live Poultry and the Inspection, Humane Treatment, and Safe Transport of Animals for Exportation from the United States. Effective July 1, 1932. P. 1. Amendment 2 to B. A. I. Order 337. Declaring Names of Counties Placed in M o difi e d Accredited Area for Tuberculosis. Effective September 1, 1932. P. 1, mimeographed.

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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. Division of Hog-Cholera Control: U. G. HoucK, chief. Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. I. SKIDMORE, chi ef. Field Inspecti on Division: G. W. POPE, chief. Meat Inspe ction Division: R. P. STEDDOM, chief. Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W. MILLER, chief. Pathological Divis ion : HARRY W. SCHOENING, chief. Tick Erad ication Division: W. M. MACKELLAR, acting chief. Tuberculosis Eradication Div ision : 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. ;OVERNIIENT PRINTIN'OFFICE: 19U 93 For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C., single copies, 5 cents; one year, domestic, 25 cents; one year, foreign, 45 cents

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