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Nettle fever, 693.

Neuridin, 553.

Neurin, 553.

Neuroma, 334, 349.

New Zealand meat preserve, 814.

NiebePs method of demonstrating

horse meat, 210.
Normal appearance of meat and

organs of animals, 166.
Norway, meat inspection in, 31.
Notification of disease, 79.
Nutmeg liver, 293.
Nux vomica, 380.

Ochronosis, 252.

Odorific drugs, effect on meat, 384.

Odors, absorption by meat, 747.

demonstration of, 248.

in meat, 245.

of male animals, 247.

CEsophagostomum columbianum, 283.

inflatum, 283.



CEstrus boms, 390.

development of, 391.

in esophagus of cattle, 279.

ovis, 394.
Oidium astaci, 708.

lactis, 3 15.

Oleomargarine factories, 42.
Oligemia, 367.

Omentum, inspection of, 158.
Oncorhynchus quinnat, 786.
Oppermann's cervelatwurst salt, 810.
Organic diseases, 268.

Originals, 232.

Osmazom, 196.

Osteomalacia, 350.

Osteomyelitis, 350, 563.

Otte apparatus for treating carcasses,

864.
Oyster poisoning, 768.

etiology, 769.

prophylaxis, 769.

containing copper, 769.

Palcemon squilla, 784.

Palisade worms, 410.

Panaris of cattle, 680.

Pancreas, diseases of, 300.

Papilloma polyposum omasi, 285.

Parasites, animal, 267.

general account, 389-546.

meat infected with, 417.
Parenchymatous degeneration, 255.
Parturient paralysis, 386.

paresis, 386.

Passing animals for slaughter, 80.
Pathogenic bacteria, morphology of,
549.

biology of, 550.
Pathology, general, 250.
Pearl disease, 335, 615.
Pelvic glands, 183.
Pentastomum, 281.

alterations caused by, 517.

distribution, 516.

denticulatum, 514.

tcenioides, 319, 499.

general account, 513.

Pepper amylum, 777.
Perforative peritonitis, 286.
Pericarditis traumatica, 555.
Pericardium, diseases of, 337.
Peritoneum, diseases of, 285.



INDEX



879



Peritoneum, normal appearance of,

175.
Peritonitis, 286.

biliary, 287.

- perforative, 281.
Perlsucht; see Pearl disease.
Pernicious anemia, 368.

- colpitis, 313.
Petechiae, 258.
Petechial fever, 573.
Pharyngomyia picta in pharynx of

stag, 279.

Pharynx, diseases of, 278.
Phlegmon of subcutis, 273.
Phoenician meat regulations, 11.
Phosphorescent meat, 749.

etiology of, 750.
Photobacterium balticum, 750.

fischeri, 750.

indicum, 750.

luminosum, 751.

pfluegeri, 750, 751.

phosphor escens, 750.
Pickling cellars, 41.

demonstration of, 804.

effect of, 801.

on composition of meat, 805.

meat, 800.

through the circulatory sys-
tem, 801.

special methods of, 803.

- with aid of electricity, 801.
Pigment deposits, 252.
Pilocarpin, 381.
Piroplasma begeminum, 535.
Pitchy mange, 270.
Pithing, 134.

Plant parasites, 547.
Plerocerci, 413.
Pleura, diseases of, 332.

infectious granulations of, 335.

normal appearance of, 175.

tumors of, 334.
Pleuritis, 332.

Plcuro-peritonitis of hogs, 287.
Pleuro-pneumonia of cattle, 121, 668.
Pneumatosis cystoides intestinorum,

289.

Pneumomycosis, 325.
Pneumonia, 322, 669.

by aspiration, 324.

vercanous, 324.



Podewils' method of treating car-
casses, 859.
Poisoning, 379.

by alkaloids, 379.

minerals, 379.

Poisons, distribution in various

organs, 383.
Polyarthritis, 565.

septica, 570.
Poly my aria, 406.
Poorness, 242.
Popliteal glands, 181.
Pork, classification, 151.

differentiation of, 202.

measle worm, 442.
Portal glands, 184.
Post-mortem changes in meat, 745.
Pottassium permanganate, 820.
Potato flour mixed with sausages,

771.

Pox, 591.

Precrural glands, 181.
Pregnancy from the standpoint of

meat inspection, 249.
Prescapular glands, 179.
Preservation of meat, 798.
Preservation of meat by chemicals,

800.

in sterile air, 798.
Preservatives, 90, 798.
Presssack, 772.
Presternal calcification, 354.
Probat, 814.

Proteus virulentissimus, 585.

vulgar is, 568, 752.
Protozoa, 520.
Pseudo-farcy, 652.
Pseudo-glanders, 600.
Pseudo-leukemia, 345, 373.
Pseudo-trichinse, 455.
Pseudo-tuberculosis, 652.
Psorosperm sacs, 533.
Ptomaines, 553.
Purpura hemorrhagica, 574.
Purulent processes, generalization of^.

560.

Putrefaction of meat, 752.
Putrefactive bacteria, 752.
Putrescin, 553.
Putrid intoxication, 552.
Pyelo-nephritis, 306.
Pyemia, 55tf.



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INDEX



Pyemia, slaughter findings in, 561,
736.

judgment on, 562.

special forms of, 563.
Pyroligneous acid for preserving

meat, 807.
Pyrosoma bigeminum, 534.

Quarantine regulations of Germany
against foreign countries, 163-165.

Rabbit, skeleton of, 209.

Rabies, 593.

Rachitis, 350.

Railroad disease of cattle, 128.

" Raincooling " apparatus, 835.

Rancid fat, 749.

odor of meat, 677.

.Rape seed, influence on odor of meat

of fowls, 247.

" Red dysentery " of cattle, 523.
Red water of cattle, 537.
Reducing power of the musculature,

198, 806.

Refrigeration; see Cold storage.
Refrigerator cars; see Cold storage

cars.

Reindeer plague, 679.
Removal of meat in illegal manner,

156.

Renal glands, 184.
Residual air in lungs, 173.
Respiratory apparatus, 318.
Retentio secundinarum, 553, 554, 556.
Rhabditis, 408, 477.
Rhachitis; see Rachitis.
Rhinitis, croupous, 318.
Rigor mortis, 194, 196, 197.
Rinderpest, 665.

Roebucks, distinction of sex in, 233.
Rohkramer's preserving salt, 810.
Rohrbeck steam disinfector, 847.
Roman meat regulations, 11.
Rosalin for coloring meat, 787.
Rotlauf ; see Swine Erysipelas.
Rouget blanc, 693.
Roumania, meat inspection in, 30.
Roumanian cattle plague, 537.
Round worms, 405.
Roup, 705.
.Russia, meat inspection in, 31.



Sacral glands, 184.

Safranin for coloring meat, 787.

Saitenwurst, 773.

Sal-ammoniac test for decomposition,

755.
Salicylic acid as a preservative, 819.

toxic action of, 819.
Saline salt II, 810.
Salmon, adulteration of, 785.
Salt, effect on bacteria, 802.
Salting meat, 800.
Saltpeter, effect on man, 806.

influence on color of sausage, 791.

in pickling brine, 803.

meat, 806.

Salufer, 820.

Sanitary significance of organs in-
fested with non-transmissible para-
sites, 417.

Sanitat, 810.

Sapremia, 552.

judgment on, 554.
Saprin, 553.
Saprolegnia fero, 707. .

monoica, 707.
Saprophytes, 552.
Sarcocystis miescheriana, 529.

tenella, 532.
Sarcolactic acid, 196.
Sarcoma, 265.
Sarcophosphoric acid, 196.
Sarcosporidia, 527.

in esophagus, 279.

Sausage, adulteration with flour, 770.

factories, 42.

gray coloration of, 749.

introduction of, 85.

kinds of, 772.

poisoning, 758.
Schachten, 132, 140.
Schechita, 133.
Schlackwurst, 772.
Schreiber refrigerator cars, 830.
Schwartenmagen, 772.
Schweinsberger disease, 296.
Sclerostomum equinum, 309.

pinguicola, 309, 415.
Scotland, meat laws of, 28, 31.
Scour of calves, 681.

Sepsis; see Septicemia.

intestinalis, 712.

Septic intestinal diseases of cattle, 572.,



IXDEX



881



Septicemia, 566.

diagnosis of, 569.

- etiology of, 567.

- hemorrhagic, 671.

- of geese, 707.

slaughter findings in, 736.
Serous tuberculosis; see Pearl Disease.
Serum manufacture in connection

with slaughterhouses, 42.
Sex of slaughtered animals, recogni-
tion of, 228.

in cattle, 228.

in deer, 233.

in hogs, 232.

in sheep, 231.

Sexual organs, diseases of, 310.
Sheep, fat of, 203.

bones, 206.

inspection of, 159.

pox, 121, 592.

"Shield " in boars, 167, 232, 269.
Shooting mask, 134, 135.
Shrimps, adulteration of, 784.

coloring by fuchsin, 785.
Skeleton, differences in different ani-
mal species, 204.

diseases of, 349.

Skin, normal appearance of, 166.

used for sausage, 167.

inspection of, 157.
Slaughter, methods of, 130.
simple bleeding, 132.

- pithing, 134, 143.
stunning, 134, 144.

advantages of different methods,
138.

- Jewish method, 133.

order of procedure in, 145.

English patent method, 130.

ax, 134.

mask, 134.

Slaughterhouses and stock yards, 42.
and accessory industries, 41.

French room system, 39.

German hall system, 39.

in German Empire, 37.

in Prussia, 37.

in large cities, 38.

in rural districts, 44.

on frontier, 163.

structure and equipment of, 38.
Smelt as hog feed, 246.



Smoke, effect on pathogenic bacteria,

808.
Smoking meat, 807.

methods of, 807.

preservative effect of, 807.

rooms, 41.

Soap manufacture, 858.

Sooty mange of young pigs, 270.

Sour fermentation, 746.

Sozolith, 814.

Spain, meat inspection in, 30.

Spaying cows, 233.

hogs, 233.

Spinal cord, diseases of, 348.
Spiradenitis coccidiosa, 272.
Spiropterareticulata, 291.
Spleen, appearance of, 170.

diseases of, 346.

inspection of, 157.

swelling of, 347.
Splenic glands, 184.
"Spoiled " meat, 103-107.
Sporozoa, 520.

Spot erysipelas of hogs, 691.

Spring bolt apparatus for killing Hogsv

136.
" Stabil " for coloring meat, 787.

for preserving sausages, 803.
Stamping inspected animals, 155.
Staphylococcus albus, 559.

bovis, 560.

citreus, 559.

mastitidis, 315.

pyogenes in anemia, 369.

aureus, 304, 315, 557, 561, 664.

bovis, 559.

flavus, 633.

Starch, addition of to sausages, 771.

and the water content of sausages,

W*fK

775.

and the loss of water in smoking
and drying, 775.

demonstration of in sausages, 777.

histology of, 778.

quantitative demonstration of , 778..
Stare's conservator, 810.

Sanitas, 810.

sausage salt, 810.
Status adiposus, 186.

Steam sterilization of meat, 847.

loss of weight during, 854.

methods of, 847.



882



INDEX



Steam sterilization of meat, results of
experiments, 849.

value of, 847.

under high pressure, 857.
Steatosis of musculature, 364.
Stephannrns dentatus, 309.
Stern's preserving salt, 810.
Stockyards, connection with slaugh-
terhouses, 42.

Stomach, appearance and weight, 169.

- diseases of, 279.

inspection of, 158.
Stomatitis, 274.

Straschiripk'a and Tiffany system of

refrigerator cars, 830.
Streptococcus erysipelatis , 683.

involutus, 587.

mastitidis contagiosa, 315.

pyogenes, 557.
Stroptothrix cuniculi, 680.
Stripperies, 42.
Strongylidse, 408.
Strongylus armatus, 281, 291.

in lungs, 322, 329.

in blood vessels, 341.

- capillaris, 325, 328, 411, 412.

cernuus, 408.

commutatus, 328, 410, 413.

contortus, 281, 408.

convolutus, 409.

curticei, 281.

dentatus, 283.

filaria, 325, 328, 411.

filUcolUs, 281, 410.

follicularis, 283.

harkeri, 281, 410.

hypostomus, 408.

inflatus, 408.

micrurus, 325, 328, 410.

oncoptiorus, 281, 409.

ostertagi, 281,409.

paradoxus, 328, 410, 414.

radiatus, 408.

retort (xformis, 281, 410.

sfrigosus, 410.

ventricosus, 408.

venulosus, 408.

Strychnin in poisoned animals, 381.
Stunning animals, 134.
Subcutis, edema of, 272.

fat tissue of, 272.

urinous infiltration in, 273.



Subiliac glands, 181.
Submaxillary glands, 179.
"Suffocated " meat, 747.
Sugar factory oxen, dropsy in, 370.
Suggillation, 258.

Sulphurous acid, preservative effect
of, 815.

as a preservative, 813.

application of, 813.

demonstration, 815.

in minced meat, 817.

in trade preparations, 814.

judgment on, 816.
Siilzwurst, 772.
Suppurations, 556.
Surra, 537.

Sweden, meat inspection in, 31.
Swill, effect on bacon, 187.
Swine erysipelas, 683.

diagnosis, 688.

distribution by meat traffic, 686.

resistance of bacilli to heat, 684.

susceptibility of other animals, 684.

symptoms, 686.

fever; see Hog cholera.

inspection of, 159.

plague, 694-696.

diagnosis, 694.

judgment concerning, 695.

plague followed by pyemia, 566.
Switzerland, meat inspection in, 31.
Syngamus laryngeus, 320.

trachealis, 320, 407

Table ripeness of meat, 197.
Tcenia ccenurus, 395.

echinococcus, 501, 513.

inermis, 420.

marginata, 9, 395, 432, 519.

mediocanellata, 420.

saginata, 8, 420, 421, 426, 429, 432.

serrata, 395.

solium, 7, 8, 26, 425, 442, 451.

tenella, 417.
Tallow factory, 42.
Tallow-like muscle alteration, 364.
Talmud meat laws, 11, 133.
Tanbark for producing smoke, 807.
Tapeworms, 394.

larval stages, 395.
Tartarus stibiatus, 380.
Tasajo, 823.



INDEX



883



Terepha, 133.

Testicles, diseases of, 310.

in sausages, 782.

inspection of, 158.
Tetanus, 576.

bacillus, 576.

toxin, 577.
Tetrarhynchus, 398.
Texas fever, 533-537.
Thoracic lymph glands, 182.
Thrombophlebitis umbilicalis, 564,570.
Throwing animals, methods of, 140.
Thymus gland, 151.
Thysanosoma actinoides, 395.

ovitta, 395.

Tongue, normal appearance of, 176.

diseases of, 273.

pickling of, 804.

Toxigen in parturient paralysis, 387.
Toxins, 551, 553, 568, 754.
Trachea, diseases of, 319.
Transportation of animals, 127.

and rest before slaughter, 127.
Transudation, 258.
Traumatic pericarditis, 555.

pneumonia, 670.
Trematodes, 398.
Treuenit, 815.

Trichina calcification, 462, 541.

degeneration of, 465.

diagnosis of, 476.

encapsulation of, 465.

false, 455.

general account of, 454.

in American pork, 32, 471, 498.

in dogs, 473.

in badger, wild hog, cat, bear, fox,
marten and pole cat, 468.

in meat preparations, 490.

in salt pork, 496.

inspection, 483.

inspection for American salt pork,
496.

inspection in Prussia, 494.

inspectors, 487.

in rats, 479.

in sucking pigs, 473.

morphology of, 466.

occurrence of 468.

preparations, 491.

proper muscles to examine, 488.
Trichinosis, 455.



Trichinosis in man, 478.

and raw meat, 2.

Trichiiious pork, method of procedure
with, 482.

Trigonella foecum-grcecum, influence
on odor of meat, 246.

Triple phosphate crystals in decom-
posing meat, 546.

Troops, condition of meat for, 235.

Trutta salar, 785.

Trypanosomata, 538.

Tsetse fly, 538.

Tubercle bacillus, 607.

resistance to heat, etc., 609.

virulence of, 610.
Tuberculosis, general account, 601-

651.

and age of animals, 606.

diagnosis of, 618.

experiments to determine the char-
acter of meat in, 643.

frequency of, 605.

German regulations concerning,
647.

in birds, 651.

in different organs, 622.

in different species of food animals,
603.

in hogs, 619.

in lymph glands of head, 277.

in slaughtered animals, 623.

intestinal, 285.

of the muscles, 365.

local and generalized, 620.

obligatory declaration for meat,.
645.

pathological anatomy of, 613.

sanitary judgment of, 629.

scientific procedure with meat, 645.

sterilization of meat, 644.

symptoms of, 611.

transmission of bovine form to
man, 629.

treatment of fat, 645.

virulence of meat of affected
animals, 635.

Tumors, 265.

benign, 265.

judgment of, 266.

malignant, 265.
Turpentine, odor of in meat, 384.
Tympanites, 741.



884



INDEX



Tyrosin deposits in smoked pork, 545.

Udder, actinomycosis of, 317.

botryomycosis of, 316.

diseases of, 313.

edema of, 313.

- tuberculosis of, 316.
Ulcus pepticum, 280.

Umbilical vessels, changes in after

birth, 240.
" Unclean u animals, 10, 40.

- meat, 116.

United States inspection (see also the

Introduction), 32.
Uremia, 377.
Uremic gangrene, 377.
Urethra, diseases of, 309.
Urino-genital apparatus, diseases of,

301.

Urinous infiltration of subcutis, 273.
Urticaria, 691-693.

etiology, 692.

treatment, 693.
Uteri in sausage, 782.
Uterus, catarrh of, 311.

diseases of, 311.

inspection of, 158.

tumors of, 312.



Vaccination with cowpox, 591.
Vaccine establishments, 42.
Vacuole bacillus, 699.
Vagina, diseases of, 312.
Veal, classification of, 151.

differentiation of, 201.
Vegetarianism, 2, 3.
Veratrin, 381.
Verminous pneumonia, 324.
Vinegar eel, 477.

Warble fly of ox, 390.

Water absorbed by pounded meat,

770.

Whale oil odor in meat, 245.
Wheat bread added to sausage, 782.
White scour of calves, 681.
Wickes' refrigerator cars, 831.
Wooden tongue, 277, 657.
Worms, 394.

Xanthosis, 253.

Ziffer's preserving powder, 810.

preserving salt, 810.
Zooglc&a pulmonis equi, 662.



COLORED PLATE.



Pig. 1. ANTHRAX BACILLI. Double stain according to Kletfc. X 500
diameters.

Fig. 2. TUBERCLE BACILLI. Double stain according to Ziehl-Gabbet.
X 500 diameters.

Fig. 3. SWINE ERYSIPELAS BACILLI. Gram method, subsequently
stained with eosin. X 500 diameters.

Fig. 4. PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. a, fresh focus of inflammation ; 5, older
foci ; c, necrotic focus (without sequestration as yet).
Thrombi are shown in the blood and lymph vessels in
the much thickened interlobular tissue of the freshly
inflamed foci.



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affection of the brain ; and some special forms of lame-
ness, etc. By J. Koalfe Cox, F.R.C.V.S. Cloth, size
6 x 9, 23 full page illustrations ...1 50

DALRYMPLE. (*)" Veterinary Obstetrics." A compen-
dium for the use of advanced students and Practi-
tioners. By W. H. Dalrymple, M. K. C. V. B. t
principal of the Department of Veterinary Science in
the Louisiana State University and A. & M. College;
Veterinarian to the Louisiana State Bureau of
Agriculture, and Agrioultural Experiment Stations.
Second edition revised. Cloth, stee 6x9 1-4,162 pages,
51 illustrations 2 50

DALZIEL. " Breaking and Training Dogs." Part I, by
Pathfinder. Part II, by Hugh Dalziel. Cloth,
illustrated 2 50

"The Collie." By Hugh Dalziel. Paper, illustrated. ... 50

"The Diseases of Dogs." Causes, symptoms and treatment.

By Hugh Dalziel. Illustrated. Paper 50

" The Fox Terrier." By Hugh Dalziel. Paper, 50 ; clo.l 00

"The Greyhound." Cloth, illus 1 00

" The St. Bernard." Cloth, illustrated 1 00



DANCE. " Veterinary Tablet." By A. A. Dance. Chart,
17 x 24, mounted on linen, folded in a cloth case for
the pocket, size 3 3-4 x 6 1-2. Shows at a glance the
synopsis of the diseases of horses, cattle and dogs ;
with their cause, symptoms and cure 75

DE BRUIN. (*)" Bovine Obstetrics." By M. G. De Bruin

Instructor of Obstetrics at the Slate Veterinary
School in Utrecht. Translated by W. E. A. Wyman,
formerly Professor of Veterinary Science at Clemson
A. & M. College, and Veterinarian to the South
Carolina Experiment Station. Cloth, size 6x9, 382
pages, 77 illustrations 5 00

Synopsis of the Essential Features of the Work

1. Authorized translation.

2. The only obstetrical work which is up to date.

3. Written by Europe's leading authority on the subject.

4. Written by a man who has practiced the art a lifetime.

5. Written by a man who, on account of his eminence as-
bovine practitioner and teacher of obstetrics, was selected
by Prof. Dr. FrOhner and Prof. Dr. Bayer (Berlin and
Vienna), to discuss bovine obstetrics both practically and
scientifically.

6. The only work containing a thorough differential diag-
nosis of ante and post partura diseases.

7. The only work doing justice to modern obstetrical
surgery and therapeutics.

8. Written by a man whose practical suggestions revolu-
tionized the teaching of veterinary obstetrics even in the
great schools of Europe.

9. The only work dealing fully with the now no longer
obscure contagious and infectious diseases of calves.

10. Absolutely original and no compilation.

11. The only work dealing fully with the difficult problem
of teaching obstetrics in the colleges.

12. The only work where the practical part is not over-
shadowed by theory.

... A veterinarian, particularly if his location brings him in
contact with obstetrical practice, who makes any pretence toward
being scientific and in possession of modern knowledge upon this-



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