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(The Smallpox Situation and Ohio's Local
Health Organization Ohio's Part in the
Index to Volume VIII (1917)
PUBLIC HEALTH 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, Commissioner..
Columbus JAMES E. BAUMAN, Secretary.
DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION. ALLEN W. FREEMAN, M. D..
.Commissioner of Health JAMES E. BAUMAN.
.Deputy Commissioner VINTON E. McVICKER, A. B..
Publicity Director W. R. TILLEY...
.Financial Clerk DIVISION OF SANITARY ENGINEERING. W. H. DITTOE..
.Director and Chief Engineer M. Z. BAIR..
.. Assistant Engineer F. HOLMAN WARING.
..Assistant Engineer F. D. STEWART.
.Assistant Engineer DIVISION OF LABORATORIES. L. H. VAN BUSKIRK, B. S. in Chem. Eng..
.Director FRED BERRY, M. A..
Assistant Bacteriologist MOZELLE C. WHIPPS, B. Sc..
Assistant Bacteriologist H. D. GRIGSBY, B. S...
...Chemist E. G. WILL, B. S...
. Assistant Chemist W. F. Brown, B. Sc...
. Assistant Chemist Martha KoehNE, M. A..
. Assistant Chemist MADELINE BAIRD, A. B..
Assistant Chemist DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION AND TUBERCULOSIS. ROBERT G. PATERSON, Ph. D......
... Director H. J. SOUTHMAYD..
.Field Investigator HELENA R. STEWART, PH. B., R. N.
.Director of Nursing Service CATHERINE MCNAMARA, R. N.
Public Health Nurse ELIZABETH DAVISON, R. N.
Public Health Nurse JESSIE L. CHAPMAN, R. N.
.Public Health Nurse DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE. R. P. ALBAUGH, M. D.
.Director E. R. HAYHURST, M. D.
Consultant DIVISION OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES. E. J. SCHWARTZ, M. D.....
Director and Epidemiologist W. E. OBETZ, M. D...
.Assistant Epidemologist SARA KERR, Á. B...
Statistician DIVISION OF CHILD HYGIENE. FRANCES M. HOLLINGSHEAD, M. D........
Director DIVISION OF PLUMBING INSPECTION. WILLIAM C. GROENIGER.
.Director and State Inspector WILLIAM F. DUFFY.
..Deputy State Inspector E. J. WELLMAN....
..Deputy State Inspector
J. R. RUSSELL, B. Sc. Ph.
E. I. ROBERTS
Amy L. MERTER, R. N.
Leo F. EY
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.
Report cases or suspected cases of the following diseases to the hoalth officer having jurisdiction.
NOTIFIABLE INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF COMMON OCCURRENCE. Chickenpox.
Poliomyelitis, acute infectious, (inDiphtheria and Membranous Croup. fantile Paralysis). Gonorrhea.
Scarlet Fever. Measles.
Smallpox. Measles, German.
Syphilis. Meningitis, Epidemic Cerebrospinal. Trachoma. Mumps.
Tuberculosis, all forms, the organ or Ophthalmia Neonatorum.
part affected to be specified. Pneumonia, acute.
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. Dengue.
Rocky Mountain spotted, or tick Dysentery:
fever. a. Amebic.
Septic sore throat. b. Bacillary.
Trichinosis. Glanders, human.
Typhus Fever. Hookworm Disease.
OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES AND DISABILITIES. Anilin Poisoning.
Dinitrobenzine Poisoning. Arsenic Poisoning.
Lead Poisoning. Benzine (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.
DISEASES OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN.
THE BIRTHDAY'S INJURY!
O ME, the tragedy of this earth is a diseased
child. The natural inheritance of a child is joy and strength and growth and freedom.
He is robbed of it all by disease. To me, the most tragic indictment of civilization is a diseased child
civilization that stands still and lets a little child through ignorance of his parent or teacher or any other cause, be robbed of this divine inheritance of the joy and happiness of childhood — of the strength and growth of childhood! Medical inspection is intended to prevent that tragedy — to help remove that terrible indictment against our Christian civilization. The physician and the teacher are necessarily the main agencies in this work. Medical inspection, then, opens a new door of larger service to childhood, to civilization and posterity. - Dr. J. Y. Joyner, in an address before the State Medical Inspectors, Raleigh, N. C., October 11, 1917
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CHILD HYGIENE NUMBER, Open-
Child Welfare and the Public Health