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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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LEGULATORA

LU OF ANIMAL IN]


JULY 1934


|*::":h ... f[bt is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc.,
eaw n hir the trark of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the
.... ,. ot-hq bureau, establishments at which the -Federal -meat inspection is conducted, public officers
u datite Ienake'it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned.
Others d srin g copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
*2) .W:Wmblgton, D.C., at 5 cents each or 25 cents a year (foreign, 45 cents). A supply will be sent to
g:ah eoSe Tis chase of a station or branch of the Bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies
:igt ": bws mihia ftrce.: A fle should be kept at each station for reference.]

1t .4 ,
..,r.* ,. CONTENTS
i '. *Page
:: Cha ses in directory --........................................................................... 63
Y~-----h---------------io---- 7--------------------------------- -----------6
Sr. di ispection-..--...............----................................................ 64
r at-ibspectl offiieals...--................-.......----......-- ----- .....---- -------------.......................... 64
ai,. a slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, June 1934.................-------------------....-----.......-......... 65
B.a. of condemnation of carcasses, May 1934----....-... --.-...--...................----------------------------..------................. 65
i : rtsof food animals arl of meats and meat food products, June 1934---....----................... 65
h., d... d zb i0r Mlosizla- ication work in cooperation with States, June 1934................... 66
tolo .:al pro duts prepared under licenses----.---------................................--------------. ..................... 67
S. : petins and tests in the preparation of biological products under licenses....................... 68
S ice se. issued for biological products, June 1934-.........-........................................ 68
SLe tminated. June 134.....................-------------.................-------------------......-----.....--............ 68
R:: Results of prosecutions f'dr Violations of laws...........----- ..................----......--................ 68
Pr:. i migs -under the Packers and Stockyards Act---. --. --............--............-------..........-----....-.-..---.... 69
HIog- golera-emntrol report temporarily discontinued........---------...........--......................... 70
a. ristins concerning payments to Department or Bureau.................-------------------...-..--------................. 70
Sof.th B au...................... ........................................-------------------.... 70
9 -1i. p the Breaun of Animal Industry..-.....-----.---- .,..---- ....----... 70
CHANGES IN DIRECTORY
Meat Inspection Granted /
S386 Hadawsah Kosher Food Industries, Inc., 1043 West Thirty-eighth Street,
Chicago, Ill., and Carmel Kosher Provision Co.
: eat Inspection Withdrawn
f 522-A Carmel Kosher Provision Co., Inc., 1043 West Thirty-eighth Street,
Chicag Illn.
1 .:. .. Horse-Meat Inspection Withdrawn
E-609 Montana Horse Products Co., Butte, Mont.
S, Meat Inspection Extended
8--R Swift & Co., Tenth Avenue and Thirteenth Street, New York, N.Y., to in-
xj:. elude Metropolitan. Hotel Supply Co.
'ip: Change of Name of Ojidial Establishment

379 Sinai Kosher Sausage Factory, 1209-1211 North Hancock Street, Philadel-
S .. phia, Pa., and Chicago Kosher Products Co.; Kosher Star Sausage Manufac-
turing Co.; United Kosher Sausage CO.; Newberry Kosher Sausage Manufac-
: turningg Co.; Hebrew National Kosher Sausage Co., Inc.; and Levin's Sinai
z.i TKosher Sausage Fhctory, instead of Eastern Kosher Provision Co.
567 The Chtirgld'iCorporation, 50 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, and the
Ohio Butterihe Co., instead of the Ohio Butterine Co.
7 :.:38 Jee 4Guvar 13 Gano Street, Providence, R.I., instead of Henriques &
Bro,
x :. Change of Location of Official Establishment
:,.981::Chieffitz Greenberg, 232-242 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., instead of
264' Hudson Avenue.
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W ash. : ; '": "
Dr. F. W. Denniq succeqds I'. "A. Zimmerman as inspector in charge at. ..
S.Dak. ...... .... r f:j .-- S --
Dr. Edward F. Jameson succeeds Dr. W. 0. McHugh (retired) as i
charge at Zanesville, Ohio.
Dr. L. C. Butterfield succeeds Dr. A. J. Maloney (retired) as inspector in M
at San Diego, Calif.
Dr. H. R. Collins succeeds Dr. L. C. Butterfield as inspector il charge.Ati
Colo.
Dr. A. R. Zumwalt succeeds Dr. H. 1. Collins as inspector in charge 'it "lw .2?
A riz... .
Change of Address offfial Inchre ; .
Jacob Vogel, P.O. Box 6 (office Swift & Co Refinery), Charlotte, N.C., in.tead ,fi
P.O. Box 174 (office Swift & Co.).
Dr. G. M. Dorman, P.O. Box 352 (office Kdihner Packing Co.), Fort Wayne,.:"
Ind., instead of care Kuhner Packing Co.
Dr. W. J. Fretz, 1028 United States Post Office, St. Paul, Minn., instead of 10.lO .
Commerce Building. .
Dr. J. D. Stillwell, 709 Guaranty Building, Indianapolis, Idil., t1tesd .t ,11
Meyer-Kiser Bank Building. o :'
Note
Character indicating no sealed cars preceding establishment 981. lhiefists-a I
Greenberg, Brooklyn, N.Y., should be removed. .
NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION, .-
.S
FOREIGN MEAT INSPECTION OFFICIALS ,
Names and specimen signatures of foreign officials who have been authorized
by their national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection edrtificates
for meat and iz'eat food products exported to the United States.


Country and name Signature
.---.--.--.-- I I. L ..


Brazil


Sylvio Teixeira de Godoy......


J. Rodrigues Pereira Junior--..-


Mauricio Hadciau..........-----------


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- 1S4 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 65

ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION
JUNE 1934 1

Station Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats Swine
lambs

Baltimore---.........---.....------------...........--------............ 6,301 2,623 (') ........ 53,499
Bufalo..--.. --------------------------------- 8,852 3,873 5,728 ........ 64,129
hleago-----...........----------------------.. .-----. 176,292 73,544 238,355 -...---..... 550.986
Cincinnati...,------.......................----------- 14,789 8,946 19,576 ........ 60,681
Cleveland..---------------------......................-----------........-.. 4,325 () () ........ 31,978
Denver- ..........--..........................--------------.--.--. 9, 309 2,323 () ........ 42,199
Detroit.............-------------........................---------------------... 7,491 6,946 4,193 ...... 71,124
rtWorth ------...................--................. 89,044 21,890 48,100 ........ 34,897
KhsClty......----- ---- ------------- 84,322 43,148 116,973 ....... -------- 296,805
ilwaukee---------------...................................----------------..--. 23,160 54,942 () ........ 86,266
S National Stodk Yards-.........................-----------..- 61, 083 42,392 88,697 ........ 279,313
New York-.......................----------..-----............. 27,622 69,968 179,040 ........ (2)
Omaha -................. -- ----.. .. 94,890 14,866 127,941 ........ 211,124
Philadelphia-----......-------------------------- 6,125 11,447 13,975 ........ 70,084
tonx Oity ---........---- -----45, 554 7,767 41,646 ........ 137,359
SSouth St. Paul-..........-- .......------..---.....---......... 64,040 67,394 18,909 ........ 145,073
All other stations...................------ ........--..--- ..-- 258,821 179, 263 355, 495 475 1,627, 938
Total:
June 1934---.................--------.......--..-.......- 931,970 601,332 1,258,628 475 3,763,455
June 1933--....----......---.........---------.......-........----------- 751, 115 441,181 1,490,445 341 4,626, 235
12 months ended:
June 1934 ----------...------------------.... 9, 652, 952 5,673, 102 16,429,364 7,302 45, 773, 196
June 1933.-----.......-.....-------......-----------............... 7, 735, 588 4,547,956 17, 283, 875 6,932 45, 698,053
New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and Newark '. 36,226 73, 273 211,437 ........ 144,819

rt horses laugh tered:
June 1934.................---------.--.----------------------------------.......-----------................................. 1,254
SJune 1933-------.....................------------...............-.........................---------------....................... 3,676
12 months ended:
June 1934................................................................................ 33, 851
June 1933.-------------..------------.............----.----......--------...-..........--------........ 50, 373
I Included in "All other stations."
3 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.
Inspections of lard at all establishments, 135,079,681 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes,
30,630,626 inspection pounds; sausage, 70,700,323 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 5,971,661 inspection
pounds.
Corresponding inspections for June 1933: Lard, 180,961,747 inspection pounds; compound and other sub
statutes, 20.528,470 inspection pounds; sausage, 70,564,470 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 5,272,582
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 CONDEMNATION OF CARCASSES, MAY 1934

Cause Cattle Calves Shmbep ad wine

Emaciation.-------- ------------------------------- 1,861 284 417 47
Hog cholera---- ----.-- ------------------- --------------. --.----------.-----------.. 611
Inflammtory diseases-----..........--------------- 1,798 500 574 2,565
Immaturity-------------------------------------------------- 384......- .........
Tuberculosis.........--- ------......------------------------- 2,401 28 ............ 3,983
Other causes..............----.-----..---------....-----------------......--.. 1,769 322 777 5,129
Total.............------------...................---------.--........... 7,829 1,518 1,768 12,335

IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF MEATS AND MEAT FOOD
PRODUCTS, JUNE 1934
The statements following show the imports of food animals and of meats and
meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during June
1934, with figures for other periods for comparison.

Imports of food animals

Country of origin Cattle Swine Sheep Goats

Mexico----------------------------------------------- 1, 164 ..-......---------. ....---.--....-------........--..-----
Canada..................................----------------.--........----........... 602 9 120 ------
Virgin Islands (to Puerto Rico).-----------......................-------------------. 364 24 .......... I
Total:
June 1934t ----------- ----. -------------------------- 2,130 33 120 1
June 1933--------------..........................----------------------------..................... 9, 167 47 15 -----.
12 months ended:
June 1934.--.......-----------......------------------...................--------........ 79,052 195 4,092 28
June 1933..---....................-----------------------------------.................. 98,845 1,058 1,263 155







BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY


Imports of meats artd:.ifeizt food products


visly


Fresh and refriger-
ated meats Canned Other meat Tbtal
Country of origin and eured prodete weight

Beef Other


Pounds Pounds Pounds Posds Pounds
Argentina.---. -. -----------. --------- -------------------- 530,905 ------------ I0,90
Australia.--................-------------.----------------........--.------ ---------- ------------ 1010 1,010
Brazil-...------------------------------ ----------- ------- 1,114,388 ------------ 1,114,8
Canada..-----------..----------------------..---------- 23 24,724 2,451 27,198
New Zealand....------------------------------ 2,037 ..........-----------------........----..-. 2,635 4
Uruguay--------------.-------------------------------- 1,142, 476 33,789 1, 176, =i
Other countries.-----................----------......---.-----------.................--....-----...... 79, 471 11, 471 80.942
Total:
June 1934 ------------------------------ 2,037 23 2, 891,964 51,356 2,945, 380
June 1933---.-----....-...-----..-...--------------62,904 55,189 3,918,524 167,194 4,203,811
12 months ended:
June 1934 ------------.---------------- 142, 181 225,996 42,842, 437 886, 371 44,096. 985
June 1933.----------------------------404, 510 942, 227 33, 254, 553 2,644,628 37, 25,918


I The following items have been deducted from 12 months' total ended June 1934 owing to duplication of
original reports: Virgin Islands (to Puerto Rico) 25 cattle, 7 sheep.
Condemned in June 1934: Beef, 78 pounds.

SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, JUNE 1934


Tuberculin
tests during
month


Cattle Cat-
tested tie re-
acted


9,427
5, 170
15,284

32,434
108
10,558
3,562
0
22,245

10,887
2, 164
120, 278
16,075
177, 652
6, 532
5, 636

1,959
7, 596
16,041
22,176
38,026
65, 447
2,887
21,656


33
11

1,645

0
349

32
0
36

2
24
576
57
2,817
31
6
19
2
141
1,344
24
187
5


Total to date


Modified
accredit-
ed coun-
ties


Once-
tested-
free
herds


91,482
10,116
38,942
25,770
12
2,951
4,949
45
29, 067
139,973
51, 267
87,712
182,541
169,600
122, 201
163,647
6,070
43, 024
27,394
12, 267
203,732
191,925
38,889

51,889


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds


308
3
4
89

37
9, 287
2,291
85

43
3?
5, 82E
2, 073
1,951
601
29

6
762
14,499
8,781
58
3, 295
14
190


Herds
under
super-
vision


91,790
10, 241
38,947
26, 280

53
13,610
7,620
47
31,720
140,016
51,316
241,365
187, 397
190,000
122,804
163, 747

6,397
43,817
48,249
21, 666
204,123
199, 758
38, 938
164,698


Inspector in
charge


. EI


R. E. Jackson...
F. L. Schneider.
S. H. Still--....--
W. E. Howe ---.

J. O. Wilson....---
R. L. Smith .--_
E. B. Simonds. -
A. E. Wight ---....
T. W. Cole --.--
A. L. Hirleman.
John T. Dallas_.
J. J. Lintner --....
H. Busman.....-
J. A. Barger.....
N. L. Townsend
W. F. Biles.....
B. F. Gooch ....
W. C. Dendinger
E. B. Simonds..
E. A. Crossman.
T. S. Rich......---
W. J. Fretz.....
H. Robbins.....
Ralph Grahamn..


State official


C. A. Cary, Auburn.
C. T. Guilfoyle, Phoenix.
C. D. Stubbs, Little
Rock.
C. U. Duckworth, Sacra-
mento.
R. M. Gow, Denver.
Edwin R. Dimock, Hart-
for&.
Ralph C. Wilson, Dover.
J. V. Knapp, Talls-
hassee.
G. C. Adams, Atlanta.
Thomas W. White,
Boise.
J. P. Stout, Springfield.
J. L. Axby, Indianapolis.
H. A. Seidell, Des
Moines.
J. H. Mercer, Topeka.
D. E. Westmorland,
- Frankfort.
"E. P. Flower, Baton
Rouge.
H. M. Tucker, Augusta.
James B. George Balti-
more.
E. L. Gillett, Boston.
C. H. Clark, Lansing.
C. E. Cotton, St. Paul.
Charles E. O'Neal, Jack-
son.
Hugh E. Curry, Jeffer-
son City.


State


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

Calif ...
Colo--..
Conn-..
Del.-...
D.C ....
Fla-....
Ga....---
Idaho..
Ill......
Ind .....
Iowa ...-
Kans...
Ky---...
La......
lMaine.-
Md.....

Mass...
Mich...
Minn..
Miss ...
Mo--....


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Sfl SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 67

SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION
WITH STATES, JUNE 1934-Continued
I."__________ ____________________ _____________ ____________________


State


Total to date


Modified
accredit-
ed coun-
ties


Tuberculin
tests during
month

Cattlb cat-
ete tle re-
tes acted


13,103 28
14,868 101
705 0
4,400 11
32,266 595
12,274 19
233, 293 9, 156
3,766 4
922 0

54,030 372
16,838 16
14,034 44
65,991 2,322
2, 754 547

1,746 0
359 1
17,291 10
48,280 40
10,801 41

34,072 2,650
12,817 24

15,400 125
4,153 1

51,233 318

102 3
1, 279,298 23,815


Once-
tested-
free
herds


47,988
86,898
3,437
2,488
7, 154
14,859
20,116
256,325
75, 256
248,875
65, 229
100,266
140, 362

864
70,3181
5, 2338
215, 220
85,622
49,968
12,100
160, 117
69,277
112, 215

184, 721
1,791


Ac-
cred-
ited
herds


91
93
4
14.912
11,258
6
108, 733
234
5, 283

469
107
1,377
8, 536

739
108
569
33
150
127
12,014

709
54
567
9, 359


Mont_---
-Nebr -..
Nev .. -
N.H----
N.J---..

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 ._.

Total.


Inspector in
charge


Herds
under
super-
vision


49,069
87,009
3,441
17,404
19, 182
15,052
137,451
256,559
87,816
251,486
65,347

101,675
176. 829
1,832
70, 429
6, 190
215, 312
88, 638
51,099
26,562
161,081

69,557
114,023
194,587
2,385


State official


W. J. Butler, Helena.
H. L. Feistner, Lincoln.
Edward Records, Reno.
A. L. Felker, Concord.
J. H. McNeil, Trenton.
W. A. Naylor, Albuquer-
que.
E. T. Faulder, Albany.
William Moore, Raleigh.
T. 0. Brandenburg, Bis-
marck.
D. C. Hyde, Columbus.
C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma
City.
W. H. Lyrle, Salem.
T. E. Munce, Harris-
burg.
T. E. Robinson, Provi-
dence.
W. K. Lewis, Columbia.
T. H. Ruth, Pierre.
A. C. Topmiller, Nash-
ville.
L. C. Crabb, Fort Worth.
W. H. Bendricks, Salt
Lake City.
Edward H. Jones, Mont-
pelier.
H. C. Givens, Richmond.
Robert Prior, Olympia.
J. B. McLaughlin,
Charleston.
Walter Wisnicky, Madi-
on0.
H. D. Port, Cheyenne.


I Not including part of I county. 2 Not including 77 towns.

BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS PREPARED UNDER LICENSES

Anti-hog-cholera serum

Period Hyperimmune Serum Serum Serum Serum
blood cleared completed pasteurized released destroyed

Ce Cc Cc Cc Cc
June 1934.-----.-----------------.......... 85,214,865 73,605,701 69,331,079 54.996,865 269,135
June 19833---------------------....................... 85,313,985 80,305,646 49,049,366 77,326,269 340,074
12 months ended:
June 1934....--.------------ 1,075, 814,667 919, 111, 443 803, 109,812 862,672,753 4,960.438
June 1933.-----...--..-............. 892, 027, 814 827,818,533 662, 345, 936 827,081,563 4, 413,454

Hog-cholera virus

Virus destroyed
Period Simultaneous Hyperimmu- Inoculating
virus nizing virus virus Simultaneous nyperimmu-
nmzmg

Cc Cc Cc Cc Cc
June 1934.......---------..-------------........... 4,501,941 9,239,416 22,070 194,885 237,395
June 1933...---.------------------............... 10, 164, 912 18,792,978 99, 445 408,889 690,639
12 months ended:
June 1934------------------ 52, 771, 943 173, 729, 110 645, 792 2,711. 124 4,802, 023
June 1933------------------ 60,889,403 160,135,541 629,964 2,237,735 4, 166,461

I Total number or licensed plants under supervision, 83; 47 producing anti-bog-cholera serum and 42 pro-
ducing other biologics.


J. W. Murdoch.
A. H. Francis...
R. A. Given ....
E. A. Crossman-
J. R. Porteus ...
F. L. Schneider.
H. B. Leonard..
A. A. Husman..
H. H. Cohenour
A. J. De Fosset..
L. J. Allen......-
S. B. Foster.....
J. B. Reidy.....
A. E. Crossman.
W. K. Lewis.--..
O% H. Hays....---
H. L. Fry.......
H. L. Darby-...
F. E. Murray-...--
L. H. Adams ...
R. E. Brook-
bank.
J. C. Exline-----
H. M. Newton..
J. S. Healy ......
W. A. Sullivan.-


3, 732, 169 225, 809 4,314, 614




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Doses Units Doses Does Dses .Dosea
June 1934 --..............--- .. 669,896 36,902,500 76,616 1,205,522 2,777,257 1il,39k

INSPECTIONS AND TESTS IN THE PREPARATION OF BIOLOGICAL
PRODUCTS UNDER LICENSES'

Tests supervi.,
Period Animal Animal Pigs Hogs ____.
rio inspections rejections inoculated hypered
Seum Virus

June 1934.....................---------.. 173,486 1,318 13,245 7,880 378 i86
June 1933........................--------- 271,845 2, 556 24,913 14, 973 373 .+49
12 months ended:
June 1934------------------ 2,589,274 20,790 206,048 138,053 3,M978 &, .
June 1933------------------2,283,210 16, 414 191,574 123,537 3,579 3,23

LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, JUNE 1934
License no. 107 was issued June 6, 1934, to Jensen-Salsbery Laboratory, Inc.,
520 West Pennway, Kansas City, Mo., and Eleventh Street and Douglas Avenue,
Kansas City, Kans., (mailing address: Twenty-first and Penn Streets, Kansas I
City, Mo.), for anti-encephalomyelitis serum (equine).
License no. 112 was issued June 29, 1934, to Fort Dodge Serum Co., 300 First
Avenue South, and 2 miles from city in Douglas Township Fort Dodge, Iowa,
(mailing address: 300 First Avenue, South), for anti-encephalomyelitis serum :
(equine).
License no. 148 was issued June 12, 1934, to W. F. Straub & Co., 5514-5520 7J
Northwest, Highway, Chicago, Ill., for: Autogenous bacterin; avian hemorrhagic- de
septicemia bacterin; avian mixed bacteria; bovine abortion vaccine; bovine
hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria; bovine-keratitis mixed bacteria; bovine- ,
mastitis streptococcus bacteria; bovine mixed bacterin; bovine pulmonary mixed ,
bacteria; calf-scours, mixed bacterin; canine mixed bacterin; canine staphylo-
coccus bacteria; equine-abortion mixed bacteria; equine hemorrhagic-septicemia t
bacteria; equine-influenza mixed bacteria; equine mixed polyvalent bacteria; i
equine navel-ill mixed bacteria; fowl-cholera-typhoid bacterin Fowl-pox vaccine;
hemorrhagic-septicemia bacteria; ovine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; ovine
mixed bacteria; pig-scour mixed bacteria; roup bacteria; swine hemorrhagic'
septicemia bacteria; swine mixed bacteria; and swine pulmonary mixed bacteria.
License no. 205 was issued June 6, 1934, to the Bio-Chemical Products Co., *'Q
15 South Gay Street, and Smith Avenue and Hollins Ferry Road, Baltimore, Md., ::'-
(mailing address: 15 South Gay Street), for fowl-pox vaccine.
License no. 191 was issued May 16, 1934, to Ashe Lockhart, Inc., 800-804 !
Woodswetaer Road, Kansas City, Mo., for fowl-pox vaccine.. :IT
LICENSES TERMINATED, JUNE 1934 ..
Licenses no. 6-E, issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laboratories, Inc., East.4+*.
Twenty-first Street and Wabash Avenue, Wichita, Kans., and May 21, 1930,%.
to the United Serum Co., East Twenty-first Street and Wabash Avenue, Wichita,"!
Kans., were terminated June 8, 1934, because of the discontinuance of operation*13
Licenses no. 148, issued March 20, 1933, May 13, and May 19, 1933, to W. .
Straub Laboratories, Inc., 5514-5520 Northwest Highway, Chicago, Ill., weral!.iie
terminated June 12, 1934, because of a change in the firm name.
RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS
Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regular
tory laws, as reported to the Bureau, as follows:


BUREAU OF AN4IAL INDUSTRY i

BIOLOGICAL PRODUCT PREPARED.UNDER LICENSES4Odatiar .i
Other tb.orgicu 7..M.'

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: oetdifig unIlepeeted meat for interstate Shipment:
.:aurelfeefCo., Inc., Hartford, Conx.; $60 fine.
S J. Wellack, East St. Louis, Ill.; $25 fine.
'For offering qnsound meat for interstate shipment:
George*8asman, McGraw, N.Y.; $26 fine.
A. William Fritz Cincinnatus N. Y.; $50.fine.
: red Czrump, e Ruyter, N.Y.; $25 fine.
:. Laverne C. Peck, Bainbridge, N.Y.; $75 fine.
S, bertHarris, Fabius, N.Y.; $25 fine.
Robert E. Lacey, Sr., Irona, N.Y.; $60 fine.
Dewey B. Tubbs, Otselic, N.Y.; $25 fine.
SSimon W. Westaway, Morley, N.Y.; $25 fine.
SLuis H. Bessette, Burlington, Vt.; $25 fine.
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Docket no. 411.-In re Loftin & Beasley, Nashville, Tenn., v. H. M. Ball,
Baltimore, Md. On May 10, 1932, Loftin & Beasley complained to the Depart-
zhent of Agriculture relative to three care of cattle shipped to respondent at
Baltimore on February 15, 1932, asking that this matter be investigated. Com-
-6lainants alleged that respondent had refused to account properly for the pro-
ZSeeds of the above-mentioned cattle, which they claimed constituted a violation
of the Packers and Stockyards Act. They asked that if a satisfactory settlement
.qould not be arranged a hearing be held. This complaint was served on re-
spondent on January 27, 1933. In a letter to the Secretary dated February 2,
1933, respondent denied, in substance, the allegations of the complainants. A
1.earing was held in Baltimore on April 18 and 19, 1933, at which time both
complaints and respondent were represented by counsel. From the evidence
and facts presented in the case, it was found that complainants are.jiot entitled
to.an award of reparation; therefore, on July 28, 1934, the Secretary issuedan
order denying reparation.
.Docket no. 44.--In re the Cleveland Union Stock Yards Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Il response to complaints that the rates and charges of the respondent were
unreasonable, the Secretary of Agriculture issued on April 10, 1934, an order of
inquiry, under the Packers and Stockyards Act, 1921, into the lawfulness of
4the rates and charges and directed that a hearing be held beginning on June 11,
1934. In preparation for such hearing, a preliminary investigation was begun.
On May 28, 1934, the beginning date of the hearing was continued to July 30,
1934, in order that the preliminary investigation might be completed. That
investigation has been completed and its results studied and analyzed. Re-
.spondent, being desirous of avoiding a hearing and the expense thereof, sought
permission to file a tariff of reduced rates, wnich request was granted and its
*tariff accepted in lieu of a hearing and further investigation. Therefore, on
..July 18, 1934, respondent was ordered to cease and desist from demanding or
Collecting for yardage, hay, or corn, the rate or rates shown in its schedule of
:rates and charges filed with the Secretary to become effective May 1, 1934. It
was also ordered that respondent be permitted to file, effective the first day of
August 1934, a new tariff or schedule of rates and charges to remain in force
.and effect until the end of the calendar year 1934 and then be reexamined and,
if justice and equity require, readjusted in accordance with the conditions set
-forth in the order.
Docket no. 448.-In re Guyton-Smith-Podesta Commission Co., market agency,
Memphis, Tenn. The Acting Secretary of Agriculture on June 6, 1934, issued
an inquiry alleging that respondent had violated the Packers and Stockyards
Act in that it had failed to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to suitable
trusteed to secure the performance of its obligations incurred as a market agency.
"On June 20, 1934, respondent admitted the truth of the matters and things al-
leged and waived a hearing thereon. On July 9, 1934, respondent was suspended
g. from registration as a market agency for a period of 6 months, with leave during
-.said period to apply for a revocation of this suspension upon showing to the satis-
_faction of the Secretary that it has filed an acceptable bond, or furnished other
.satisfactory guaranty. Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from
."doing business as a market agency without executing and maintaining a reason-
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HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL REPORT TEMPORARILY DISCQi l
Owing to the fact that many of thevieterinarian s,reglrly enb4I :p
cholera-control work were detailed in June to droughtreef work, e
of hog-cholera-control work were very. limited. The inonthly summary
fore, will be discontinued until the emergency work'is completed.
INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING PAYMENTS TO' DEPARTMENT O.1
BUREAU .
All checks, drafts, or money orders used. to transmit moneys dup the Ie^E":
ment shotild be made payable to United States Department of Agriculte1
not to individuals or to the Bureau. All previous conflicting instrutioar
canceled.
NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU ,,'
[The Bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees but sends 'WA
officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notififatid
far as possible additional copies will be furnished on .request.] .
Farmers' Bulletin 840 (slightly revised). Farm Sheep Raisirg for Begi4
By F. R. Marshall and R. B. Million, formerly of Animal Husbandry Divir
(Revised by D. A. Spencer and C. G. Potts, Animal Husbandry Division. '
figs. 6.
Circular 148 (slightly revised). Parasites and Parasitic Diseases'of HI
By Benjamin Schwartz, Marion Imes, and Willard H. Wright, Zoological!
sion. Pp. 55, figs. 36.
B.A.I. Order 346. Declaring Names of Counties Placed in Modified Accretit
Areas for Tuberculosis. Effective July 2, 1934. Pp. 21, mimeograflhed.: "
B.A.I. Order 347. Regulations Governing the Elimination of Cattle Rea6 l
to the Blood Test for Bang's Disease (Infectious Abortion) 'Under the Provi
of Public, No. 142, 73d Congress. Effective on and after July 19, 1934. P
mimeographed. With supplement, B.A.I. Form No. T.E. 33 Agreemitit
Eliminate Cattle Reacting to the Agglutination Blood Test for Bang's DIs
Pp. 3, mimeographed. .V .4i4
ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY a.!
Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER.


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 Tick Eradication and Special Diseases: W. M.
Division of Virus-Serum Control: D. ,1 SKIDMORE, chief.
Field Inspection Division: G. W. PorPS, chief.
Meat Inspection Division: R. P. STEDIOM, chief.
Packers and Stockyards Division: A. W4 MILLER, chief.
Pathological Division: HARRY W. SCHOBNING, chief.
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. WIGHT, chief.
Zoological Division: MAURICE C. HALI, chief.
Experiment Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent.
Accounts: George F. TUCKER, in charge.
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August 1934 SERVICE AND REGULATOR ~AU OF ANIMAL IN JULY 1934 [This J)nblication is issued monthly for the dissemination of Information, instructions, rulings, etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the service of the Bureau, establishments at which the Federal meat inspection Is conducted, public officers whose duties make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Others desiring copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., at Ii cents each or 25 cents a year (foreign, 45 cents). A supp1y will be sent to each official in charge of a station or branch of the Bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of bis force. A file should be kept at each station for reference.] CONTENTS Page Changes in directory _____ ----------------------------------------------63 Notice regarding meat inspection ______ 64 Foreign meat-inspection officials _____________ ._----------------------_________ 64 Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, June 1934 ........... -------------65 Causes of condemnation of carcasses, May 1934 ___ ------------------------_______ ,_ ___ 6,5 Imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products, June 1934. 65 Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, June 1934 66 Biological products prepared under licenses ___ -------------------------------67 Inspections and tests in the preparation of biological products under licenses-68 Licenses issued for biological products, June 1934 _____ ----•-------------------------------68 Licenses terminated, June 1934 _____________________ --------------------------_ --------•68 Results of prosecutions for violations of laws __ -68 Proceedings under the Packers and Stockyards Act. -------1--1.-1.~ . .,. 69 Hog•cholera-control report temporarily discontinued_~ w J .,.. _~ -70 Instructions concerning payments to Department or 70 New publications of the 70 Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry --70 CHANGES IN DIRECTORY Meat Inspection Granted 386 Hada.ssah Kosher Food Industries, Inc., 1043 West Thirty-eighth Street, Chicago, Ill., and Carmel Kosher Provision Co. Meat Inspection Withdrawn 522-A Carmel Kosher Provision Co., Inc., 1043 West Thirty-eighth Street, Chicago, Ill. Horse.Meat Inspection Withdrawn E-69 Montana Horse Products Co., Butte, Mont. Meat Insp ection E:ir;tended 3-R Swift & Co., Tenth Avenue and Thirteenth Street, New York, N.Y., to in clude Metropolitan Hotel Supply Co. Change or Name or Official Establishment 379 Sinai Kosher Sausage Factory, 1209-1211 North Hancock Street, Philadel phia, Pa., and Chicago Kosher Products Co.; Kosher Star Sausage Manufac turing Co.; United Kosher Sausage Co.; Newber:r:_y Kosher Sausage Manufac turing Co.; Hebrew National Kosher Sausa_g_e Co., Inc.; and Levin's Sinai Kosher Sausage Factory, instead of Eastern Kosher Provision Co. 567 The Chumgold Corporation, 50 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, and the Ohio Butterine Co., instead of the Ohio Butterine Co. 638 Jose Gouveia, 113 Gano Street, Providence, R.I., instead of Henriques & Bro. Change or Location or Official Establishment 981 Chieffitz & Greenberg, 232-242 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn , N.Y., instead of 264' Hudson A venue. ';"8392-34 6 3

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64 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [1u'y Change of Official in Charge Dr. ,T. R. Aufente succeedB Dr. W. H. Meadors (retired) as inspector in charge at Atlanta, Ga. Dr. J. A. Zimmerman succeeds Dr. J. R. Aufente as inspector in charge at Spokane, Wash. Dr. F. W. Dennie succeeds Dr. J. A. Zimmerman as inspector in charge at Huron, S.Dak. Dr. Edward F. Jameson succeeds Dr. W. 0. McHugh (retired) as inspector in charge at Zanesville, Ohio. Dr. L. C. Butterfield succeeds Dr. A. J. Maloney (retired) as inspector in charge at San Diego, Calif. Dr. H. R. Collins succeedB Dr. L. C. Butterfield as inspector in charge at Denver, Colo. Dr. A. R. Zumwalt succeeds Dr. H. R. Collins as inspector in charge at Phoenix, Ariz. Chanfe of Address of Official in Charge Jacob Vogel, P.O. Box 6 (office Swift & Co. Refinery), Charlotte, N.C., instead of P.O. Box 174 (office Swift & Co.). Dr. G. M. Dorman, P.O. Box 352 (office Kuhner Packing Co.), Fort Wayne, Ind., instead of care Kuhner Packing Co. Dr. W. J. Fretz, 1028 United States Post Office, St. Paul, Minn., instead of 1020 Commerce Building. Dr. J. D. Stillwell, 709 Guaranty Building, Indianapolis, Ind., instead of 731 Meyer-Kiser Bank Building. Note Character indicating no sealed cars preceding establishment 981, Chieffetz & Greenberg, Brooklyn, N.Y., should be removed. NOTICE REGARDING MEAT INSPECTION FOREIGN MEAT INSPECTION OFFICIALS Names and specimen signatures of foreign officials who have been authorized by their national government to sign and issue foreign meat-inspection certificates for meat and meat food products exported to the United States. Country and name Signature Brazil Sylvio Teixeira de Godoy _____ _ F ----J. Rodrigues Pereira Junior ___ _ Mauricio Hanciau ___________ _

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1934) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 65 ANIMAL S SLA U GHTERED UNDE R FEDERAL ME A T I NSPECTION JUNE 1934 1 Station Cattle Calves Sheep and Goats Swine lambs Baltimore ______________________________________ 6,301 2,623 (I) -------53,499 Buffalo _________________________________________ 8,852 3,873 5,728 -------64,129 8ri!:atL ___________________________________ 176,292 73,544 238,355 -------550,986 14,789 8,946 19,576 -------60,681 Cleveland __ --------------------_____________ 4,325 (1) (1) -------31,978 Denver _________________________________________ 9,309 2,323 (1) -------42,199 Detroit __________________________________ ____ ___ 7,491 6,946 4,193 -----<1-71,124 Fort Worth _____________________________________ 39,044 21,890 48,100 ______ ,.._ 34,897 X:ansasCitY-----~-----------------------------84,322 43,148 116,973 -------296,805 Milwaukee _____________________________________ 23,160 54,942 (1) -------86,266 National Stock Yards ___________________________ 61,033 42,392 88,697 -------279,313 New York ______________________________________ 27,622 59,968 179,040 -------(1) Omaha _________________ . _______________________ 94,890 14,866 127,941 -------211,124 Philade l phia ____________________________________ 6,125 11,447 13,975 -------70,084 Sfouy City ____ -_________ --_______ -__________ 45,554 7,767 41,646 -------137,359 South St. Paul _________________________________ 64,040 67,394 18,909 -------145,073 All other stations __ ----------------------------258,821 179,263 355,495 475 1,627,938 Total: June 1 93 4 ___________________________________ 931,970 601,332 1,258,628 475 3,763,455 June 1 933 ___________________________________ 751, 115 441,181 1,490,445 341 4,626,235 1 2 months ended: June 1934 ___________________________________ 9,652,952 5,673,102 16,429,364 7,302 45,773,196 June 1933 ___________________________________ 7,735,588 4,547,956 17,283,875 6,932 45,698,053 New York , Brooklyn, Jersey City, and Newark a_ 36,226 73,273 211,437 -------144,819 1 H orses s'.umgh tered: J une 1934 ______________________________ ______________ _ -____________ _____ _ -----------------1, 254 J une11lf3 __________________ -----------------------------------------------------------3,676 12 mcmi mmded: Junejj)34_ _______________________________________________________________________________ 33,851 June 1933 __________________________ __________ _____________________ _______________________ 50,373 J Included in "All other stations." 1 The slaughter figures in this group of cities are included in the figures above for "Niiw York" and" All other stations" and are combined here to show total in . the Greater New York District. I nspections of lard at all establishments, 135,079,681 inspection pounds; compound and other substitutes, 30 , 630,626 insp e cti on pounds; sausage, 70,700,323 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 5,971,661 inspection pounds. Corresp o ndi n g ins p ections for June 1933: Lard, 180,961,747 inspection pounds; compound and other sub stitutes, 20 , 528 ,4 76 inspection pounds; sausage, 70,564,470 inspection pounds; oleomargarine, 5,272,582 inspect i on p o und s. (These tota ls of ins p ectio n pounds do not represent actual production as the same product may have been inspected a n d r e c o r de d more than once in the process of manufacture.) CAUSES OF CONDEM N A T I O N OF C ARC AS S ES, MAY 1934 Cause Cattle Calves Sheep and lambs Swine Emaciation_------------------------------------------1,861 284 417 47 Hog cholera____________________________________________ ____ __ __ __ __ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ 611 Inflammatory diseases_________________________________ 1,798 500 574 2,565 Immaturity-------------------------------------______ -----------384 _______________________ _ Tuberculosis___________________________________________ 2,401 28 ____________ 3,983 Othe r causes_-----------------------------------------1, 769 322 777 5,129 Total____________________________________________ 7,829 1,518 1,768 12,335 IMPORTS OF FOOD ANIMALS AND OF M E A T S AND MEA T FO OD PROD UCTS, JU N E 1934 The stateme n ts following show the imports of food animals and of meats and meat food products inspected by the Bureau of Animal Industry during June 1934, with figures for other periods for comparison. Imports of food animals Country of origin Cattle Swine Sheep Goats MexiCO------------------------------------------------------1,164 ---------------------------Canada _____________________________________________________ _ 602 9 120 ---------Virgin Islands (to P u erto Rico>-----------------------------1 _ ____ 1 __ _ 364 24 ---------1 Total: June 19341 ______________________________________________ _ 2,130 33 120 1 June 1933 _______________________________________________ _ 9,167 47 15 ---------12 months ended: June.1934 _______________________________________________ _ Junel933 _______________________________________________ _ 79,052 195 4,092 28 98,845 1,058 l, 263 155

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66 BUR EAU OF AN IM A L I NDUSTRY Imports of meats and mea~ food products Fresh and refrigeratea meats Canned Country of origin and cured Beef Other Pounds Pounds Pound8 Argentina _____________________________________ ------------------530,905 Other meat Total products weight Pound1 Pound11 -----------630,905 Australia ______________________________________ -----------------------------1,010 1,010 Brazil _________________________________________ ------------------1,114,388 -----------1,114,388 Canada ________________________________________ ---------23 24,724 2,451 13,198 New Zealand __________________________________ 2,037 --------------------2,635 4,672 Uruguay_------------------------------------------------------1,142,476 33,789 l, 176,265 Other count r ies ________________________________ ------------------79,471 11,471 90. 942 Total: June 1934 __________________________________ 2,037 23 2,891,964 51,356 2,945,380 June 1933 __________________________________ 62,904 55,189 3,918,524 167,194 4,203,811 12 months ended: June 1934 __________________________________ 142,181 225,996 42,842,437 886,371 44,096,985 June 1933 __________________________________ 404,510 942,227 33,254,553 2,644,628 37, 24..~, 918 1 The following items have been d educted from 12 months' total ended June 1934 owing to duplication of o ri gina l r eports: Virgin Islands (to Puerto Rico) 25 cattle, 7 sheep. Co nd emned in June 1934: Beef, 78 p ounds. SUMMARY OF TUBER C ULOSIS ER A DI C A T ION W ORK IN COOPERATION WITH S T ATES, J UNE 1934 I I Tube r culin tests during Total to date month State Inspector in State official Mo d ified OnceAc Herds charge Cattle Cat accredittestedcred under tested tie re ed counf ree ited super acted ties herds herds vis i on No. Pct. Ala _____ 9,427 33 24 36 91,482 308 91,790 R. E. Jackson ___ C. A. Cary, ~uburn. Ariz ____ 5,170 11 0 0 10,116 3 10,241 F. L. Schneid e r_ C. T. Guilfoyle, Phoenix. Ark ____ 15,284 I 9 12 38,942 4 38,947 S. H. StilL _____ C. D. Stubbs, Little Rock. Calif ___ 32,434 1,645 6 10 25,770 89 26,280 W. E. Howe ____ C. U. Duckworth, Sacramento. Colo ____ 108 0 0 0 12 37 53 J. 0. Wilson ____ R. M. Gow, Denver. Conn ___ 10,558 349 2 25 2,951 9,287 13,610 R. L. Smith ____ Edwin R. Dimock, Hartford. DeL ___ 3,562 32 1 33 4,949 2,291 7,620 E. B. Simonds __ Ralph C. Wilson, Dover. D.C ____ 0 0 1 100 45 2 47 A. E. Wight_ _ _ _ Fla _____ 22,245 36 51 76 29,067 82 31,720 T. W. Cole _____ J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. Ga _____ 10,887 2 81 51 139,973 43 140,016 A. L. Hir l eman_ G. C. Adams, Atlanta. Idaho._ 2,164 24 44 1 00 51,267 37 51,316 Jolin T. Dallas __ Thomas w. White, Boise. Ill ______ 120,278 576 100 1 98 87,712 5,828 241,365 J. J. Lintner ____ J. P. Stout, Springfield. Ind _____ 16,075 57 92 100 182,541 2,073 187,397 H. Busman _____ 1 . L. Axby, Indianapolis. Iowa ___ 177,652 2,817 84 85 169,600 1,951 190,000 J. A. Barge r _____ H. A. Seidell, Des Moines. Kans ___ 6,532 31 64 61 122,201 601 122,804 N. L. Townsend 1. H. Mercer, Topeka. Ky _____ 5,636 6 120 100 163,647 29 163,747 W. F. Biles _____ D. E. Westmor l and, Frankfort. La ______ 1,959 19 0 0 6,070 6 6,397 B. F. Gooch ____ "E. P. Flower, Baton Rouge. Maine._ 7,596 2 16 100 43,024 762 43,817 W. C. Dendinger H. M. Tucker, Augusta. Md ..... 16,041 141 6 26 27,394 14,499 48,249 E. B. Simonds __ James B. George Baltimore. Mass ___ 22,176 1,344 3 21 12,267 8,781 21,666 E. A. Crossman_ E. L. Gillett, Boston. Mich ___ 38,026 24 83 100 203,732 58 204,123 T. S. Rich ______ C. H. Clark, Lansing. Minn ___ 65,447 187 72 73 191,925 3,295 199,758 W. J. Fretz _____ C. E. Cotton, St. Paul. Miss ___ 2,887 5 14 17 38,889 14 38,938 H. Robbins _____ Charles E. O'Nea l , Jackson. Mo. ____ 21,656 45 38 33 51,889 190 164,698 Ralph Graham __ Hugh E. Curry, Jefferson City.

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1934) S ER V I CE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 67 SU MMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS ERAD IC A TION W ORK I N C OO P E RATION WITH S T AT E S, JUNE 1 93 4 -Continued Tuberculin tests during Total to dllte month State Modified OnceInspector in State official CatAcHerds charge Cattle tie reaccredittested• credunder tested acted ed counfree ited superties herds herds vision --No. Pct. Mont ... 13,103 28 I 24 43 47,988 91 49,069 J. W. Murdoch. W. J. Butler, Helena. Nebr .•. 14,868 101 49 53 86,898 93 87,009 A. H. Francis ... H. L. Feistner, Lincoln. Nev _. 705 0 17 100 3,437 4 3,441 R. A. Given .... Edward Records, Reno. N.H .•.. 4,400 11 10 100 2,488 14,912 17,404 E. A. Crossman. A. L. Felker, Concord. N.J 32,266 595 4 19 7,154 11,258 19,182 J. R. Porteus ... J. H. McNeil, Trenton. N.Mex . 12,274 19 11 36 14,859 8 15,052 F. L. Schneider. W. A. Naylor, Albuquerque. N.Y-233,293 9,156 32 52 20,116 108, 733 137, 451 1 H. B. Leonard .. E. T. Faulder, Albany. N.C... 3,766 4 100 100 256,325 234 256,559 A. A. Husman .. William Moore, Raleigh. N.Dak. 922 0 53 100 75,256 6,283 87,816 H. H. Cohenour T. 0. Brandenburg, Bismarck. Ohio 54,030 372 88 100 248,875 469 251,486 A. J. De Fosset •. D. C. Hyde, Columbus. Okla 16,838 16 18 23 65,229 107 65,347 L. J. Allen ...... C. C. Hisel, Oklahoma City. Oreg .... 14,034 44 34 94 100,266 1,377 101,675 S. B. Foster ..... W. H. Lytle, Salem. Pa ...... 65,991 2,322 51 76 140,362 8,536 176,829 J.B. Reidy •.... T. E. Munce, Harris• burg. R.L ... 2,754 547 1 20 864 739 1,832 A. E. Crossman. T. E. Robinson, Provf• dence. s.c ..... 1,746 0 36 78 70,318 108 70,429 W. K. Lewis .... W. K. Lewis, Columbia. S.Dak .. 359 1 3 4 5,238 569 6,190 0\H. Hays ..... T. H. Ruth, Pierre. Tenn .•. 17,291 10 I 63 66 215,220 33 215,312 H. L. Fry .•.•... A. C. Topmiller, Nash• ville. Tex ..•. 48,280 40 26 10 85,622 150 88,638 H. L. Darby .... L. C. Crabb,Fort Worth. Utah .•. 10,801 41 29 100 49,968 127 51,099 F. E. Murray ... W. H. Hendricks, Salt Lake City. VL .... 34,072 2,650 2 2 14 12,100 12,014 26,562 L. H. Adams ___ Edward H. Jones, Montpelier. Va ..... 12,817 24 86 86 160,117 709 161,08 1 R. E. BrookH. C. Givens, Richmond. bank. Wash ... 15,400 125 39 100 69,277 54 , 69,557 J. C. Exline ..... Robert Prior, Olympia. W.Va .. 4,153 1 55 100 112,215 567 114,023 H. M. Newton .. J. B. McLaughlin, Charleston. Wis .... 61,233 318 71 100 184,721 9,359 194,587 J. S. Healy ...... Walter Wisnicky, Madison. Wyo ... 1 02 3 2 9 1,791 5 2,385 W. A. Sullivan .. H. D. Port, Cheyenne. -Total. 1,279,298 23,815 1,815 59 3,732,169 225,809 4,314,614 1 Not including part of 1 county. 2 Not including 77 towns. BI OLOG I C AL P ROD UC T S PR EP A RED UN DER LI CENSES 1 Anti-hog cholera serum Period Hyperimmune Serum Serum Serum Serum blood cleared completed pasteurized released destroyed Cc Cc Cc Cc Cc June 1934 ...•.........••........ 85,214,865 73,605,701 69,331,079 54,996,865 269,135 June 1933 .........••..••.•.....• 85,313,985 80,305,646 49,049,366 77,326,269 340,074 12 months ended: 4,960,438 June 1934 1,075,814,667 919,111,443 803,109,812 862,672,753 June 1933 892,027,814 827, 818, 533 662,345,936 827, 081, 563 4,413,454 Hog-cholera virus Virus destroyed Period Simultaneous HyperimmuInoculating Hyperimmuvirus nizing virus virus Simultaneous nizing Cc Cc Cc Cc Cc lune 1934 ........••...........•.. 4,501,941 9,239,416 22,070 194,885 237,395 June 1933 •....................•.. 10,164,912 18,792,978 99,445 408,889 690,639 12_montbs ended: 52,771,943 173,729,110 645,792 2,711,124 4,802,023 June 1934 June 1933 ....•...•......•.... 60,889,403 160, 135, 541 629,964 2,237,735 4,166,461 1 Total nwnber of licensed plants under supervision, 83; 47 producing anti•hog-cholera serum and 42 pro ducing other biologics.

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68 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [July BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS PREPARED UNDER LICENSES-Continued Other biologics Period Aggressins Antitoxins Serums Bacterins Vaccines and Dlagnosviruses tics Doses Units Doses Doses Doses Doses June 1934 __________________ 669,896 36,902,500 76,616 1,295,522 2,777,257 198,367 INSPECTIONS AND TESTS IN THE PREPARATION OF BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS UNDER LICENSES Tests supervised Period Animal Animal Pigs Hogs inspections rejections inoculated hypered Serum Virus June 1934 _______________________ 173,486 1,318 13,245 7,860 378 185 June 1933 ________________________ 12 months ended: 271,845 2,556 24,913 14,973 373 497 June 1934 ____________________ 2,589,274 20,790 206,048 138,053 3,978 2,536 June 1933 ___________________ 2,283,210 16,414 191,574 123,537 3,579 3, 2'1:1 LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, JUNE 1934 License no. 107 was issued June 6, 1934, to Jensen-Salsbery Laboratory, Inc., 520 West Pennway, Kansas City, Mo., and Eleventh Street and Douglas Avenue, Kansas City, Kans., (mailing address: Twenty-first and Penn Streets, Kansas City, Mo.), for anti-encephalomyelitis serum (equine). License no. 112 was issued June 29, 1934, to Fort Dodge Serum Co., 300 First Avenue South, and 2 miles from city in Douglas Township Fort Dodge, Iowa, (mailing address: 300 First A venue, South), for anti-encephalomyelitis serum (equine). License no. 148 was issued June 12, 1934, to W. F. Straub & Co., 5514-5520 Northwest, Highway, Chicago, Ill., for: Autogenous bacterin; avian hemorrhagic septicemia bacterin; ayian mixed bacterin; bovine abortion vaccine; bovine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; bovine-keratitis mixed bacterin ; bovine mastitis streptococcus bacterin; bovine mixed bacterin; bovine pulmonary mixed bacterin; calf-scours, mixed bacterin; canine mixed bacterin; canine staphylo coccus bacterin; equine-abortion mixed bacterin; equine hemorrhagic-septicemia. bacterin; equine-influenza mixed bacterin; equine mixed polyvalent bacterin; equine navel-ill mixed bacterin; fowl-cholera-typhoid bacterin, owl-pox vaccine; hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; ovine hemorrhagic-septicemia bacterin; ovine mixed bacterin; pig-scour mixed bacterin; roup bacterin; swine hemorrhagic septicemia bacterin; swine mixed bacterin; and swine pulmonary mixed bacterin. License no. 205 was issued June 6, 1934, to the Bio-Chemical Products Co., 15 South Gay Street, and Smith A venue and Hollins Ferry Road, Baltimore, Md., (mailing address: 15 South Gay Street), for fowl-pox vaccine. License no. 191 was issued May 16, 1934, to Ashe Lockhart, Inc., 800-804 Woodswet.i.1er Road, Kansas City, Mo., for fowl-pox vaccine. LICENSES TERMINATED, JUNE 1934 Licenses no. 6-E, issued February 21, 1930, to Allied Laborat9ries, Inc., East Twenty-first Street and Wabash Avenue, Wichita, Kans., and May 21, 1930, to the United Serum Co., East Twenty-first Street and Wabash Avenue, Wichita, Kans., were terminated June 8, 1934, because of the discontinuance of operations. Licenses no. 148, issued March 20, 1933, May 13, and May 19, 1933, to W. F. Straub Laboratories, Inc., 5514-5520 Northwest Highway, Chicago, Ill., were terminated June 12, 1934, because of a change in the firm name. RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regula tory law s , as reported to the Bureau, as follows:

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1934) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Meat Inspection Law For offering unins_pected meat for interstate shipment: Laurel Beef Co., Inc., Hartford, Conn.; $50 fine. J. Wella.ck, East St. Louis, Ill.; $25 fine. For offering unsound meat for interstate shipment: George Sassman McGraw, N.Y.; $25 fine. William Fritz, Cincinnatus, N. Y.; $50 fine. Fred Crump, De Ruyter, N. Y.; $25 fine. Laverne C. Peck, Bainbridge, N. Y.; $75 fine. Robert Harris, Fabius, N.Y.; $25 fine. Robert E. Lacey, Sr., Irona, N.Y.; $50 fine. Dewey B. Tubbs, Otselic, N.Y.; $25 fine. Simon W. Westaway, Morley, N.Y.; $25 fine. Louis H. Bessette, Burlington, Vt.; $25 fine. PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT 69 Docket no. 411.-In re Loftin & Beasley, Nashville, Tenn., v. H. M. Ball Baltimore, Md. On May 10, 1932, Loftin & Beasley complained to the Depart~ ment of Agriculture relative to three cars of cattle shipped to respondent at Baltimore on February 15, 1932, asking that this matter be investigated. Com plainants alleged that respondent had refused to account properly for the pro .ceeds of the above-mentioned cattle, which they claimed constituted a violation of the Packers and Stockyards Act. They asked that if a satisfactory settlement could not be arranged a hearing be held. This complaint was served on re spondent on January 27, 1933. In a Jetter to the Secretary dated February 2, 1933, respondent denied, in substance, the allegations of the complainants. A hearing was held in Baltimore on April 18 and 19, 1933, at which time both complaints and respondent were represented by counsel. From the evidence and facts presented in the case, it was found that complainants are not entitled to an a ward of re para tio.a; therefore, on July 28, 1934, the Secretary issued an order denying reparation. Docket no. 442.-In re the Cleveland Union Stock Yards Co., Cleveland, Ohio. In response to complaints that the rates and charges of the respondent were unreasonable, the Secretary of Agriculture issued on April 10, 1934, an order of inquiry, under the Packers and Stockyards Act, 1921, into the lawfulness of the rates and charges and directed that a hearing be held beginning on June 11, 1934. In preparation for such hearing, a preliminary investigation was begun. On May 28, 1934, the beginning date of the hearing was continued to July 30, 1934, in order that the preliminary investigation might be completed. That investigation has been completed and its results studied and analyzed. Re spondent, being desirous of avoiding a hearing and the expense thereof, sought permission to file a tariff of reduced rates, which request was granted and its tariff accepted in lieu of a hearing and further investigation. Therefore, on July 18, 1934, respondent was ordered to cease and desist from demanding or collecting for yardage, hay, or corn, the rate or rates shown in its schedule of rates and charges filed with the Secretary to become effective May 1, 1934. It was also ordered that respondent be permitted to file, effective the first day of August 1934, a new tariff or schedule of rates and charges to remain in force and effect until the end of the calendar year 1934 and then be reexamined and, if justice and equity require, readjusted in accordance "'ith the conditions set forth in the order. Docket no. 443.-ln re Guyton-Smith-Podesta Commission Co., market agency, Memphis, Tenn. The Acting Secretary of Agriculture on June 6, 1934, issued an inquiry alleging that respondent had violated the Packers and Stockyards Act in that it had failed to execute and maintain a reasonable bond to suitable trustees to secure the performance of its obligations incurred as a market agency. On June 20, 1934, respondent admitted the truth of the matters and things al leged and waived a hearing thereon. On July 9, 1934, respondent was suspended from registration as a market agency for a period of 6 months, with leave during said period to apply for a revocation of this suspension upon showing to the satis faction of the Secretary that it has filed an acceptable bond, or furnish~d other satisfactory guaranty. Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from doing business as a ' market agency without executing and maintaining a reason able bond, or furnishing some other satisfactory guaranty.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 70 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDU: 3 1262 08853 6858 Stockyards Posted The Salina Sales Pavilion stockyards, located at Salina, Kans., was posted as coming within the jurisdiction of the Packers and Stockyards Act on July 14, 1934 . HOG-CHOLERA-CONTROL REPORT TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED Owing to the fact that many of the veterinarians regularly engaged in hog cholera-control work were detailed in June to drought-relief work, the activities of hog-cholera-control work were very limited. The monthly summary, there fore, will be discontinued until the emergency work is completed. INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING PAYMENTS TO DEPARTMENT OR BUREAU All checks, drafts, or money orders used to transmit moneys due the Depart ment should be made payable to United States Department of Agriculture, and not to individuals or to the Bureau. All previous conflicting instructions are canceled. NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU [The Bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees but send!! copies to officers in charge of stations and offices. These publications should be regarded as notification copies. So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.] Farmers' Bulletin 840 {slightly revised). Farm Sheep Raising for Beginners. By F. R. Marshall and R. B. Millin, formerly of Animal Husbandry Division. (Revised by D. A. Spencer and C. G. Potts, Animal Husbandry Division. Pp. 22, figs. 6. Circular 148 (slightly revised). Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of Horses. By Benjamin Schwartz, Marion Imes, and Willard H. Wright, Zoological Divi sion. Pp. 55, figs. 36. B.A.I. Order 34'6. Declaring Names of Counties Placed in Modified Accredited Areas for Tuberculosis. Effective July 2, 1934. Pp. 21, mimeographed. B.A.I. Order 347. Regulations Governing the Elimination of Cattle Reacting to the Blood Test for Bang's Disease (Infectious Abortion) Under the Provisions of Public, No. 142, 73d Congress. Effective on and after July 19, 1934. Pp. 3, mimeographed. With supplement, B.A.I. Form No. T.E. 33, Agreement to Eliminate Cattle Reacting to the Agglutination Blood Test for Bang's Disease. Pp. 3, mimeographed. ORGANIZATION OF THE BUR EAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY Chief: JOHN R. MOHLER. Assistant Chief: A. W. MILLER. Administrative Officer: CHARLES C. CARROLL. Chief Clerk: J. R. COHRAN. Assistant to Chi e f: D. S. BURCH. Animal Husbandry Division: E. W. SHEETS, chief. Biochemic Division: M. DORSET, chief. Division of Tick Eradication and Sp e cial Diseases : W. M. MAcKELLAR, 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. Tuberculosis Eradication Division : A. E. WIGHT, chief. Zoological Division: MAURICE C. HALL, chief. Experiment Station: W. E. COTTON, superintendent. Accounts : George F. TUCKER, in charge. Personnel: GEORGE R. BROWN, in charge. U, S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1934 For sale by the Superintendent ot Documents, Washington, D.C. Price 5 cents Subscription price, 25 cents per year