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To Salmon's disadvantage, Billings had influential friends, such as his ally Dr. S. Veterinary Association. Billings and Peters went so far as to denounce Salmon's work as a forgery. Salmon felt forced to defend himself and the BAI by means of an eloquent open letter to the American Veterinary Review. 10 Salmon eventually proved that Billings's reports could not be relied upon, and in time the criticism diminished. The entire affair was counterproductivesurely a low in the history of veterinary medicine.
Smith and Salmon, working together in 1885, discovered a motile microorganism that they had isolated and Page 17 which they believed was the cause of hog cholera. They named it Bacterium cholerae-suis (later called Salmonella cholerae-suis or S. suipestifer, the first of the salmonella organisms to be found). By 1886 Salmon had become too busy with administrative duties, which left Smith working on the hog cholera problem alone. After their first discovery, Smith found a second bacillus that caused swine plague, a fibrinous pneumonia and septicemia in swine which he named Bacillus suisepticus.
If they were recently purchased, where, and under what circumstances were they purchased? On what date did they arrive at your place? When did you first notice that they were taken ill? How did they act? Were any natives taken ill? If you can remember, I would like to know the dates on which the cattle died. How were the cattle transported? Were they placed with the native cattle at anytime after their arrival? Did any of your neighbors have any cattle similarly ill about this time? If they did, will you not furnish me their names?
Beyond the Germ Theory: The Story of Dr. Cooper Curtice by Dr. Jeanne N. Logue