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329.33

357.75

48.85

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901.36

377.50

652.47

213.40

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Hog Cholera Control, Total $ 3,964.27

State Fair Division, Total 7,217.68



$ 1,677.03



$ 4,713.05

6,758.55

$ 2,679.15

712.53



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246



Biennial Report of the

FINANCIAL STATEMENT — Continued



Actual

Expenditures

FucalYew

1920.21



Actual
Expenditure
FiBcalYear

1021-22



Salary of inspecton

Traveling expenses

Stationery and office supplies.

Postage

Telephone and telegraph

Express, freight and drayage. .
Printing and publications. . . . .

Books

Apparatus and chemicals

Sundry

Photos

Equipment



Apiary Inspection. Total

Immigration Drviaion, Total.



Salary of director

Salary of office employes

Traveling expenses ,

Stationery and office supplies.

Postage

Telephone and telegraph

Express, freight and drayage. .

PuD.ications

Advertising

Photographs ,

Misc. supplies and expense

Exhibits

Lectures



Revolving Advanced

Indemnities for Slaughtered Animals. .
Seed Inspection, Total



Salary of director

Salary of office employes

Salary of field and laboratory assutants. .

Travel and field expense

Stationery and office supplies

Postage

Telephone and telegraph

E.Tprees, freight and drayage

Prmting and publications

Books

Chemicals and apparatus

Sundry

Equipment



REVOLVING APPROPRIATIONS. DISBURSEMENTS:

Licensing veterinarians

Inspection of nurseries

Inspection of commercial fertilizers

Inspection of feed stuffs

Registration of stallions

Inspection tags

Inspection of agricultural limes

Dog licensing

White Pine Blister Rust, Total

Tubercular area testing, Total

Accredited herds, Total

Creamery herd testing, Total

Feeders

Manufacturing of tuberculin



STATE FAIR DIVISION OPERATING EXPENSE:



1.494.18

3.339.60

186.08

183.76

84.62

18.52

518.49

183.44

8.38

92.04



I 4,999.04

125,661.64

3.800.00

8.659.83

2,301.95

561.70

1.329.€0

218.16

5 2.34

1.188.75

3,472.P0

3'«8.24

151.79

2,159.21

;7.47



3.045.79

4.449.47

100.60

299.94

123.39

30.36
272.47

69.87
106.95
238.67

21.02
440.97

S 10.374.81

I 27.352.74

3.800.00

8.983.13

2.336.77

843.62

1.310.00

2 1.02

758.69

1.443.32

4.1 3.f2

532.56

781.95

1.881.44

276.62



1324,933.81
I 8.493.54



I 2,
3,



375.00
827.75
878.57
752.80
200.46
180.00



3.17

189.35

13.31

43.82

29.31



t 339,236.85

$ 8,455.04

2.137.50

758.31

4.141.42

705.53

66.68

265.00

3.35

9.05

109.80

10.00



I 1,

1,
5,
1,



028.32
17.89
563.74
897.54
874.50
861.99



81.80
166.60



657.96
439.50
1.709.34
9.857.98
1.171.13
1.356.78



557.93
670.01
562.82
803.95
891.46
406.61



5.926.00
3.820.96
35,552.00
22.993.91



Total....
Administration .



$275,763.97
21,838.87



2,499.75



I 271.074.91
22.034.31



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Wisconsin Department of Agriculture

FINANCIAL STATE:]IIE:N'I\— Oontinned.



247



Actual

Expenditures

FuciaYear

1920-21



Actual

Kraenditures

HiMalYear

1921-22



Care of buildingB and grounds. . .
County exhilHt8 and faim orope. ,

Boya and giria olube

Dairy department

Edueational department

Horticultural department

Cattle department

Horse department

Sheep department

Swine department

Poultry and pigeon department. ,

Speed department

Auto ana motoroyele races

Women's woik

Bees and honey

Spelling contest

Admission department ,

Amusements department .



Conoesmon and priTate depwtment. .

Machinery privilege

Publicity department

Public safety department

Womens* rest room and hoqutal —

Tranfloortation

Gxana stand department

Women's land army

Markets and public health

Dining hall

Government exhibit expense



Percentage

STATE FAIR CAHTAL DISBURSEMENTS:

Total

Sewage and sanitation

Tunnels and undertracks

Grandstand

Comfort stations

Equipment



MAINTENANCE:
Total



RECEIPTS:



Seed inspection

Veterinary examination.

Nursery infection

Commercial fertilisers. . ,

Feeding stuffs

Horse breeding

Inspectbn ta^s

Agricultural bmes

Dog licenses

Miscellaneous

State Fur:

Operaticm

Percentage

Agency



370.63
129.44
178.80
279.26
793.47
604.63
572.80
339.27
193.74
001.79
066.02
003.72
200.96
384.00
127.08
609.62
481.36
240.01
833.99
302.12
,968.66
,666.26
474.74
166.06
,612.06
397.73



22.800.28
7.676.62
6,376.77
4.909.31
1.686.46
4,798.64

26.683.81

20.076.21
6.168.60
9.690.69
4.172.27

21,388.76
293.22
1.962.80
1.317.46
1.136.28
3.900.60

36,247.96

2,806.17

261,78

17,829.91

7.011.66

323.46

146.68

2,869.37

169.82



674.38
360.06
640.68
664.30



I 24.368.67
4.09



1,937.11

252.36

11.927.67

24,469.93



I 6.663.01



106.88
24.268.60



I 4,778.60



666.87

697.00

17.77

i.no.oo

6.426.00
1,872.46
1.286.02

160.00
6.689.68

142.00



118.10

24.56

661.88

4.868.48



I 26.026.67



963.80

796.00

464.61

2,290.00

10.703.24

1.220.03

1.217.49

110.00

18.050.02



668.63
874.20
332.58



126.686.01
24.809.93
12,163.67



Totals..... $245,491.60 I 199,472.70



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248 Biennial Report of the



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS ISSUED BY THE WISCON-
SIN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
1915-1922



Bulletins

1 — November Crop Report Nov. 15, 1915*

2 — A Personal Work With, the Hpmeseeker

First edition Jan., 1916*

Second edition July, 1916*

3 — Common Spray Materials and Other Insecticides ... Mar., 1916*

4-— Agricultural Statistics for Wisconsin, 1915 Jan., 1916*

5— Crop Report May 15, 1916*

6— Crop Report June 15 1916

7 — Crop Report July 15, 1916*

8— Crop Report Aug. 15, 1916*

9 — List of Licensed Veterinarians Oct. 1 1916*

10 — Biennial Report of Department of Agriculture Dec, 1916

11— Agricultural Statistics for Wisconsin 1915-16 Jan. 1, 1917*

12 — Official Seed Inspection in Wisconsin FeT>. 15, 1918

13— Feed Inspection for 1917 Feb. 15, 1918

14— Agricultural Statistics for 1917 Feb. 15, 1918*

15 — Official Fertilizer Inspection for Wisconsin May 1, 1918*

16 — Distribution of Public Service Stallions in Wis-
consin Aug., 1918*

18— Feed Inspection for 1918 Dec, 1918*

19 — Licensed Veterinarians Dec, 1918*

20 — Biennial Report of Department of Agriculture Dec. 31, 1918

21— Agricultural Statistics for 1918 May, 1919

22— Fertilizer Inspection May 1, 1919

23— Entomology Report 1919*

24 — Licensed Stallions in Wisconsin Sept., 1919

25 — Feed Inspection for 1918 *

26— Wisconsin Weed Law June, 1922

27— List of Wisconsin Nurseries, 1919 Dec, 1919*

28 — Becker's Report, Agricultural Statistics — 1919 1919

29 — Wisconsin's New Dog and Stock Law June, 1920*

30 — Hog Cholera Questions and Answers July, 1920

31 — Distribution of Public Service Stallions in Wiscon-
sin in 1920 Sept., 1920

31A — Activities and Service of the Wisconsin State De-
partment of Agriculture Sept., 1920

32— Feed Inspection for 1920 Oct., 1920

33 — Biennial Report, State Department of Agriculture . Dec. 31, 1920

34 — Wisconsin Agricultural Statistics for 1920 Dec, 1920*

35 — ^Wisconsin's Revised Dog Law .Oct., 1921

36 — Bulletin on Spraying (Entomology) Mar., 1921*

37 — Live Stock County Regulations 1921

38— Horse Breeding Sept., 1921

39— Field Dodder (Seed and Weed Division) July, 1921

40— Accredited Herd Work July, 1922

41 — Feed and Fertilizer Inspection Nov., 1921

42 — Nursery Inspection Law Dec, 1921

43 — Live Stock Shipped Into Wisconsin (Regulations) ... .Jan., 1922
44 — Laws of the Department of Agriculture Dec, 1921



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Wisconsin Department of Agriculture 249

46— Official Seed Inspection in Wisconsin Mar., 1922

47 — ^Licensed Veterinarians Jan., 1922

48 - Agricultural Statistics Dec., 1921

49 — Distribution of Public Service Stallions in .Wiscon-
sin July, 1922

50 — Biennial Report of the Department Dec, 1922 (

51— Feed Inspection for 1922 Oct., 1922 j

Circular

1 — Nursery and Orchard Inspection Law Oct. 30, 1915*

2 — How to Control the Cottony Maple Scale Apr. 20, 1916

3— Quarantine Notice— White Pine Blister Rust-. .. .June 10, 1916*
4 — Official Notice of Quarantine — Christmas Trees and

Greenery from Parts of New England Sept. 20, 1916*

5— List of Wisconsin Nurseries, 1916-17 Nov. 15, 1916*

6 — Apple Grading and Packing Sept., 1917*

7 — Veterinary Regulations Oct., 1917*

8— Pasteurization Order.. Dec, 1917*

9— Wisconsin Weed Law Mar., 1918

10 — San Jose Scale and How to Control It Mar., 1918

11— White Grubs Apr., 1918

12 — Notice of Modification of Quarantine (White Pine

Blister Rust) , . Oct., 1918

- 13 — Apiary Inspection Law ', Aug., 191fl

*Out of print



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INDEX



AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 9, 161-170

Alfalfa 166

Barley 166

Cabbage 167

Cattle, pure bred 169

Clover seed 166

Corn 164

Crops, value of 163

Crops, production 164

Dairy products 162

Eggs 169

Forecast, value of 162

Hay 165

Honey 169

Introduction 162

Live stock, value of 167

Meat products 169

Milk 169

Oats 165

Peas 166

Potatoes 166

Reports 163

Rye 165

Tobacco 166

Wheat 165

Wool 169

DOG LICENSING 18, 171-176

Dogs and the sheep industry 171

Enforcement ol' the law in 1922 175

History of the dog law 171

Income from dog law 174

Method of enforcement 172

Report for 1921-1922 173

Supervision by Department of Agriculture 173

FEED AND FERTILIZER INSPECTION 26-27, 82-103

Cooperation 103

Insecticides, analyses of lOl

Inspection and analyses of feeds 82

Inspection and analyses of fertilizers : 90

Introduction 82

Legume bacteria !.!... 100

Limes, agricultural .........!. 100

Mixed fertilizer, character of ........!.!! 97

Soil inoculants !...!....!!..!!. 100

Wheat mill feed standards .....!...........! . . [ 83

HORSE BREEDING 17 157.159

Conditions in Wisconsin ' 157

Distribution of pure bred stallions ....../,....[ 159

Grade and scrub sires decreasing I59

Improvement in stallions 159



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Index 251

Pages

Numbers and percentages of stallions i 159

Report for 1921-1922 157

Scarcity of work horses 157

U. S. Government stallion 159

IMMIGRATION 18-23, 177-218

Cooperation 208

Exhibits 211

Information furnished 206

Interviews 213

Investigation of methods 214

Land mortgage association 209

Policy of division 203

Service to homeseekers 205

Testimonials 177

INSECT AND PLANT DISEASE CONTROL 27-31, 39-81

Apple fireblight reduced in Dunn county 70

Barberry eradication reduces grain rust losses 66

Bee disease reduced 52

Cranberry insect survey .' 47

Grasshopper campaign ' 40

Insecticide and fungicide inspection 78

Introduction 39

Maple wilt 76

Nursery inspection 79

Papers from the division 81

Pest reporting service 80

Potato spraying demonstrations 43

San Jose scale 50

Tourists carry uninspected trees 7S

White pine blister rust 72

Wildfire disease of tobacco in Wisconsin 58

LIVE STOCK SANITARY DECISION 10-16, 107-135

Accredited herds 113

Diseases, control of contagious and infectious 120

Feeder and stocker Industry 122

Hog cholera control 118

Indemnity 116

Introduction 107

Records, cattle shipped 134

Records, Tuberculin test 129

Regulations 123

Tuberculosis, eradication of 107

SEED AND WEED CONTROL 23-25, 136-156

Canada thistles 152

Field dodder 154

Field seeds analyzed 137

Inspection, value of 140

Introduction 136

Meetings i 146

Seed laboratory 136

Testimonials 148

Work of office 155



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252 Index

" PSLSSS

STATE FAIR 31-36, 219-242

Attendance in 1921-1922 239

Attendance for eight years 239

Attendance by days for nine years 239

Attendance by days classified 240

Buildings asked by Advisory Board 232

Buildings actually needed 231

Breeders demand cattle barn addition 234

' Class highest among fairs .222

Qpmment of agricultural press 225

Cost of makeshift accommodations 234

Complimentary attendance percentage 239

Children's free admissions 239

Dairy Show, comment on 224

Equipment, lack of 229

Exhibitors, by departments 242

Fair for all citizens 223

Gate receipts for seven years 241

Grand stand receipts for seven years 241

Important facts to remember 231

Legislature demands good fair 219

Longer fair necessary, and planned 238

Organization efficient, and why 222

Organizations cooperating with fair 222

Paid attendance for eight years 239

Premiums paid in eight years 243

Plans for the future 232

Receipts and expenditures since 1911 232

State Engineer on maintenance 236

Valuation of buildings and contents 219

Valuation of fair plant 219

Valuation of real estate * 219

VETERINARY EXAMINERS (Wisconsin Board of) 104-106

Licenses, Register of 105

Meetings 104

Organization 104

Publications 105

Recommendations 106



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