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Vol. IX

NOVEMBER, 1918.

No. 11

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THE OHIO PUBLIC HEALTH JOURNAL

ISSUED MONTHLY BY

THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

COLUMBUS, OHIO

Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Columbus, Ohio, under the Act of August 4, 1918. Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 8, 1917, authorized July 10, 1918.

Controlling the Influenza Epidemic in Ohio

The Bacteriology of the Pneumonias --
Experiments in Air-Conditioning the Home
- Labor Takes Stand for Health - Social

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Hygiene and the War Unsafe Water
Supply Proves Costly – Government Fi-
nances Venereal Disease Work in Ohio

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Public Hoalth Council. CHARLES O. PROBST, M. D..

Columbus W. I. JONES, D. D. S.....

Columbus ROBERT M. CALFEE.

Cleveland GEORGE D. LUMMIS, M. D., Chairman..

Middletown
ALLEN W. FREEMAN, M. D., Commissioner.

Columbus
James E. BAUMAN, Secretary.

OFFICIAL STAFF.

Division of Administration. ALLEN W. FREEMAN, M. D......

.Commissioner of Health James E. BAUMAN

.Deputy Commissioner VINTON E. McVICKER, A. B.

.Publicity Director
FRANK L. DELONG....

..Financial Clerk
BUREAU OF VENEREAL DISEASES.
H. N. COLE, M. D..

....Director
Division of Sanitary Engineering

.. W. H. DITTOE...

.Director and Chief Engineer F. HOLMAN WARING.

..Assistant Engineer
F. D. STEWART..

. Assistant Engineer
Assistant Engineer

Assistant Engineer
Division of Laboratories.
L. H. VAN BUSKIRK, B. S. in Chem. Eng.....

Director
R. V. STORY, M. A.

..Chief Bacteriologist Mary E. KLINE, M. A.

. Assistant Bacteriologist

...Chemist STELLA B. MILBURN, B. Sc..

. Assistant Chemist A. N. THURSTON, M. A..

Assistant Chemist MADELINE BAIRD, A. B.

. Assistant Chemist T. A. DICKERSON, A. B.

. Assistant Chemist LENA RAMSOWER, B. Sc.

... Assistant Chemist Division of Public Health Education and Tuberculosis.

BUREAU OF TUBERCULOSIS. H. J. SOUTHMAYD...

Acting Director
Jessie L. CHAPMAN, R. N..

.Field Investigator
BUREAU OF PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING.
Helena R. Stewart, Ph. B., R. N.......

..... Director Norah D. ABBE, R. N..

Public Health Nurse

Public Health Nurse

.Prevention of Blindness Hulda Alice Cron, R. N...

...Child Hygiene Division of Industrial Hygiene,

..Director
E. R. HayHURST, M. D.

..Consultant
Division of Communicable Diseases.
E. J. SCHWARTZ, M. D..

.Director and Epidemiologis:
ETHEL D. YOUNG, A. B.

.. Statistician
Division of Child Hygiene.

Director
Division of Plumbing Inspection.
William F. Duffy..

.Director and State Inspector
ADEN E. SMITH..

...Deputy State Inspector HIRAM LEWIS

....Deputy State inspector Offices and Laboratories of the State Health Department are located on the Ohio State University Campus. The offices are in Page Hall; the Laboratories are in the Hygienic Laboratories' Building.

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Repert cases or suspected cases of the following diseases to the health officer having jurisdiction.

NOTIFIABLE INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF COMMON OCCURRENCE. Chancroid.

Poliomyelitis, acute infectious, (InChickenpox.

fantile Paralysis). Diphtheria and Membranous Croup. Scarlet Fever. Gonorrhoa.

Smallpox. Moaslos.

Syphilis. Measlos, German.

Trachoma. Meningitis, Epidemic Cerebrospinal. Tuberculosis, all forms, the organ or Mumps.

part affected to be specified. Ophthalmia Neonatorum.

Typhoid fever. Pneumonia, acute.

Whooping Cough.

OTHER NOTIFIABLE INFECTIOUS DISEASES. Actinomycosis.

Leprosy.
Anthrax, human.

Malaria.
Cholera, Asiatic, (cholera nostras Paragonimiasis.

when Asiatic cholera is present Paratyphoid Fever.
or threatened).

Plague. Continued fever lasting seven days. Rabies, human. Denguo.

Rocky Mountain spotted, or Dysentery:

fever. a. Amebie.

Septic sore throat. b. Bacillary.

Tetanus. Favus.

Trichinosis. Glanders, human.

Typhus Fevür. Hookworm Disease,

Yollow Fever.

tick

OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES AND DISABILITIES. Anilin Poisoning.

Dinitrobenzine Poisoning. Arsonic Poisoning.

Lead Poisoniog. Benzino (Gasoline) Poisoning.

Mercury Poisoning. Benzol Poisoning.

Naphtha Poisoning. Bisulphide of Carbon Poisoning. Natural Gas Poisoning. Brass Poisoning.

Phosphorus Poisoning. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.

Turpentine Poisoning. Compressed-air Illness.

Wood Alcohol Poisoning.

Any other disease or disability contracted as a result of the nature of the person's employment.

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