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Cases of special diseases reported during the week ended May 16, 1919.

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Number of deaths at large camps in United States, week ended May 16, 1919.

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Alabama.-State totals: Typhoid fever 8, malaria 2, smallpox 17, measles 17, scarlet fever 7, diphtheria 1, whooping cough 7, tuberculosis (pulmonary) 20.

Arkansas.-State totals: Smallpox 49, malaria 35, measles 10, chicken pox 6, tuberculosis 3, pellagra 2, typhoid fever 1, hookworm 1.

California.--Influenza: Cases reported 176. Smallpox: Cases reported 17, of which in Long Beach 3, San Francisco 5, Butte County 2, Oakland 1, Turlock 1, Whittier 1, San Jose 1, Alameda 1, Los Angeles 1, Imperial 1. Typhoid fever: Cases reported 9, of which in Los Angeles 5, Riverside 2, Imperial 1, Kern County 1.

Connecticut.-State totals: Cerebrospinal meningitis: New Haven 3; Waterbury 1. Influenza: Cases reported 7.

Delaware.- Measles: Dover 2, Wilmington 3. Scarlet fever: Wilmington 3. Smallpox: Fairmount 1. Tuberculosis: Wilmington 3, Laurel 3, Lewes 1, Port Penn 1, Seaford 1. Typhoid fever: Blackbird 1, Felton 1.

Florida.-State totals: Typhoid fever 10, malaria 7, smallpox 2, diphtheria 7, dysentery 13. Poliomyelitis: Pensacola 1.

Georgia. - State totals: Acute infectious conjunctivitis 5, hookworm 2, chicken pox 29, diphtheria 5, dysentery (amebic) 32, dysentery (bacillary) 31, gonorrhea 91, influenza 11, malaria 77, measles 56, mumps 23, paratyphoid fever 3, pneumonia (acute lobar) 21, rabies (in animals) 4, scarlet fever 6, septic sore throat 6, smallpox 67, syphilis 42, German measles 1, tetanus 1, tuberculosis (pulmonary) 23, tuberculosis (other than pulmonary) 2, typhoid fever 23, whooping cough 14.

Illinois.--Diphtheria: Cases reported 164, of which in Chicago 138. Scarlet fever: Cases reported 114, of which in Chicago 61, Rockford 9, Oglesby 8, Freeport 7, Blue Island 4, De Kalb 3. Smallpox: Cases

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reported 147, of which in Maunie 18, Sawyerville 17, Roek Island 14, Norris City 13, Galesburg 9, Pekin 9, Peoria 8, Avena Township (Fayette County) 6, Cobden 5, Rio Township (Knox County) 4, Seaton 4, Lynnville Township (Ogle County) 4, Aledo 3, York Township (Dupage County) 3. Meningitis: Cases reported in Chicago 4. Poliomyelitis: Cases reported in Chicago 2, Chicago Heights 1. Lethargic encephalitis: Chicago 1, Oregon 1. Influenza: Cases reported 22, of which in Chicago 18. Gonorrhea 80, syphilis 25.

Indiana. Scarlet fever reported by counties: Wabash, Saint Joseph, Hendricks, and Howard. Smallpox reported by counties: Allen, Franklin, Monroe, Huntington, Wells, Saint Joseph, and Elkhart. Measles reported by towns: Goshen, South Bend, Gary, Greenfield, Carthage, and Elkhart. Mumps reported by towns: Knightstown, Elkhart, and Poneto. Diphtheria reported by counties: Grant 2, Wayne 1, Porter 1, Kosciusko 1, and Whitley 1. Rabies reported by towns: Shelbyville, Auburn, Charlestown, Sullivan, and Jeffersonville. Syphilis 34, gonorrhea 63, chancroid 5.

Iowa. Cerebrospinal meningitis: Melbourne 1. Chancroid: Des Moines 1. Chicken pox: Davenport 1. Diphtheria: Burlington 1, Cedar Rapids 1, Council Bluffs 2, Davenport 2, Dubuque 14, Hawarden 2, Lamoni 4, South Fort Des Moines 1. Gonorrhea: Albis 3, Bidwell 1, Council Bluffs 7, Davenport 11, Des Moines 22, Dubuque 4, Mason City 5, Sioux City 8, Webster City 1. Measles: Council Bluffs 1. Mumps: Dubuque 1, Fort Des Moines 1. Scarlet fever: Burlington 5, Council Bluffs 5, Des Moines 1, Dubuque 1, Harlan 2. Smallpox: Albia 1, Albion 2, Boone 9, Cedar Falls 1, Cedar Rapids 13, Council Bluffs 2, Davenport 18, Des Moines 1, Dubuque 3, Fort Dodge 2, Indianola 1, Mason City 4, Montezuma 1, Ottumwa 5, Stockton 1, Walnut 1. Syphilis: Council Bluffs 1, Davenport 6, Des Moines 15. In rural districts of following counties: Diphtheria: Adams 1, Keokuk 1. Scarlet fever: Hardin 6. Smallpox: Keokuk 4, Plymouth 1, Sioux 1.

Kansas. State totals: Smallpox 56, diphtheria 34, scarlet fever 56, influenza 54.

Louisiana.-Poliomyelitis 1, smallpox 20, typhoid fever 12, diphtheria 15, gonorrhea 122, syphilis 16, chancroid 17. Maine.- Chicken pox: Portland 1. Diphtheria: Portland 1, Bruns

1 wick 1, Porter 1, South Portland 1. Scarlet fever: Oakland 3, Portland 5, Farmington 1, Madison 1, Winslow 1. Smallpox: Bath 2, Winslow 1. Tuberculosis: Anson 1, Bath 1, Brunswick 1, Bucksport 1, Fort Fairfield 1, Bowdoinham 1. Mumps: Sanford 1. Typhoid fever: Bath 1. Whooping cough: Sanford 1. Influenza: Portland 1, Howland 7. Gonorrhea: Portland 15, Lewiston 2, Sanford 2, Westbrook 2, Danforth 2, Bath 3, Greenville 1, Calais 1, Guilford 1, Rangeley 1. Syphilis: Portland 2, Kittery 2, Bath 1.

Massachusetts.—Unusual prevalence of measles, Fall River reporting 54 and Worcester 61.

Minnesota. Smallpox (new foci): Becker County (Detroit City) 17, Traverse County (Dumont village) 1, Wilkin county (Bradford Township) 1. Syphilis 124, gonorrhea 120, chancroid 6, cerebrospinal meningitis 1, poliomyelitis 1.

New York.State reports, exclusive of New York City: Typhoid fever 17, measles 495, scarlet fever 168, whooping cough 52, diphtheria 162. Smallpox: North Collins town 1, Maryland 1, Spencer town 1. Cerebrospinal meningitis: Buffalo 1, Lackawana 1, Utica 1. Poliomyelitis: Princetown 1. Pneumonia 88. Voluntary reports: Syphilis 167, gonorrhea 28.

North Carolina. State totals: Whooping cough 137, measles 240, diphtheria 10, scarlet fever 6, septic sore throat 1, smallpox 59, chicken pox 24, typhoid fever 39, broncho-pneumonia 12, lobarpneumonia 4, cholera infantum 13, dysentery (bacillary) 14, dysentery (amebic) 1.

Ohio. Scarlet fever: Cincinnati 40, Lima 32. Smallpox: Elyria Township (Loraine County) 15, Brush Creek Township (Highland County) 9, Youngstown 12. Whooping cough: Green Township (Hocking County) 11.

Oregon.-Portland reports 18 cases and 2 deaths from influenza, and Hood River 21 cases.

Vermont.--No unusual prevalence or outbreak.

Virginia.—Cerebrospinal meningitis: Alexandria 1. Smallpox: Norfolk County 2.

Washington.--Unusual prevalence of contagious diseases reported. Scarlet fever: King County 10, Spokane 14, Walla Walla 6, Yakima 4. Smallpox: Puyallup 4, Tacoma 7, Yakima County 7, Yakima city 6, Zillah 5.

RECIPROCAL NOTIFICATION.

Minnesota.

Cases of communicable diseases referred during April, 1919, to other State health depari

ments by Department of Health of the State of Minnesota.

Disease and locality of notification.

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Why referred.

Smallpox: Minnoapolis Health Dopárt- Huron, Beadle County, S. Dak... Taken sick in Minneapolis ment, Tennepin County.

April 4. Came from Hs

ron, 8. Dak., March 31. Tuberculosis: Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Olm- Juneau, Alaska...

6 advanced cases, sted County,

Alexandria, Madison County, Ind. 3 moderately advanced,
Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa.. 1 incipient,
Missouri Valley, Harrison County, | 1 apparently arrested,
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3 (stage of disease not giran)
Waterloo, Blackhawk County, lowa... left Mayo Clinic for homes
Detroit, Wayne County, Mich..
Wilsall, Park County, Mont.
Roswell, Chaves County, N. Mex.
Jamestown, Stutsman County,

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Claremore, Rogers County, Okla.
White, Brookings County, s. Dak.
Marion, Waupaca County, Wis.
Langruth, Manitoba, Canada..

Meyronne, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Pokegama Sanatorium, Pine Chicago, Cook County, Ill.

3 open cases left Pokecama County.

Geneseo, Sargent County, N. Dak. sanatorium for homis.

Valley City, Barnes County, N. Dak.. Thomas Hospital, Minneapo- Joice, Worth County, Iowa...

1 opon case end 2 fatal cases lis, Hennepin County. Dodgeville, Iowa County, Wis.

removed from Thorss Menomonio, Dunn County, Wis.. Hospital to bomes. Lake Julia Sanatorium, Pupo- Burris, Ontario, Canada.

Open case left senatorium for sky, Beltrami County.

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ANTHRAX.

New Jersey Report for April, 1919. During April, 1919, one case of anthrax was reported in New Jersey.

CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.

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