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Uartland—continued.

Cases.

Dysentery...- 3

Ia/hienza 10

Malaria 2

Measles 309

Mumps 14

Ophthalmia neonatorum 1

Pneumonia (all forms) 39

Scarlet (ever 48

Septic sore throat 1

Tuberculosis 61

Typhoid fever U

Whooping cough 142

MASSACHUSETTS.

Cerebrospinal menin gitls 1

Chicken pox 115

Gee juncti vitis (suppurati ve) 10

Diphtheria 128

German measles 13

Influenza. 1

Lethargic encephalitis 3

Measles 478

Mumps. 116

Ophthalmia neonatorum 11

Pneumonia (lobar) 31

Poliomyelitis 2

Scarlet lever 159

Septic sore throat 3

Trachoma 1

Tuberculosis (all forms) 143

Typhoid fever 13

Whooping cough 130

MICHIGAN.

Diphtheria 84

Measles 1,162

Pneumonia 55

Scarlet (ever 130

Smallpox 16

Tuberculosis 36

Typhoid fever 17

Whooping cough 205

MINNESOTA.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 3

Chicken pox 7

Diphtheria 40

Measles 154

Pneumonia. 1

Poliomyelitis 2

Scarlet fever 84

Smallpox. 14

Trachoma 1

Tuberculous 38

Typhoid fever 5

Whooping cough 9

1MIMUTI.

Diphtheria 6

Poliomyelitis 1

Smallpox 5

Typhoid fever 18

MISSOURI.

(Exclusive of Knasas City.)

Chicken pox 15

Diphtheria 26

Epidemic sore t hroat 1

Measles .' 169

Mumps 12

Scarlet fevcf 8

Smallpox 2

Tetanus 1

Trachoma 5

Tuberculosis 55

Typhoid fever 8

Whooping cough 170

MONTANA.

Diphtheria 4

Rocky Mountain spotted rover:

demons 1

Ingomar 1

Valcnt ine 1

Winifred 1

Winston 1

Scarlet fever 2

Smallpox 3

NEBRASKA.

Chicken pox 1

Diphtheria 10

Lethargic encephalitis 1

Mca?les 17

Mumps 7

Pneumonia 1

Scarlet fever..' 2

Tuberculosis 3

NEW JEKSXT.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 2

Chicken pox 120

Diphtheria 7«

Dysentery 1

Malaria 3

Measles 403

Pneumonia 40

Poliomyelitis 2

Starlet fever 58

Typhoid fever 16

Whooping cough 115

NEW MEXICO.

Diphtheria IS

Measles 25

Pneumonia 4

Scarlet (ever 2

Tuberculosis 1

Typhoid fever A

Whooping cough 1

NEW VOBK.

(Exclusive of New York City.)

Cerebrospinal meningitis 2

Diphtheria 56

Influenza 10

Lethargic cncephali tls 2

Measles 1,476 New York—continued.

Cases.

Pneumonia w

Poliomyelitis *

Scarlet fever I5*

Whooping cough Is1

Smallpox l

Typhoid fever 13

NORTH CAROLINA.

Chicken pox 31

Diphtheria I5

German measles 1

Measles 889

Scarlet fever 13

Septic sore throat 6

Smallpox 37

Trachoma 1

Typhoid [ever 58

Whooping cough 358

OREGON.

Chicken pox 12

Diphtheria 10

Lethargic encephalitis '1

Measles 2

Mumps 1

Pneumonia '2

Scarlet fever. 7

Sept ic sore throat 1

Smallpox:

Portland 9

Scattering 12

Tuberculosis 7

Whooping cough 5

• SOUTH DAKOTA.

Chicken pox 11

Diphtheria 2

Measles 67

Scarlet fever 16

Tuberculosis 6

Typhoid fever 2

Whooping cough 4

TEXAS.

Anthrax 3

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1

Chicken pox 7

Dengue 1

Diphtheria 8

Influenza 3

Leprosy 1

Lethargic encephalitis 1

Measles 37

Mumps 12

Pellagra 3

Pneumonia 4

Rabies 1

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WISCONSIN.

Milwaukee:

Chicken pox

Diphtheria

German measles

Measles

Scarlet fever ,

Tuberculosis

Typhoid fever

Whooping cough

Scattering:

Cerebrospinal meningitis...

Chicken pox ,

Diphtheria

German measles

Inllucnza

Measles

Tncumonia

Poliomyelitis

Scarlet fever

Smallpox

Tuberculosis

Typhoid fever

Whooping cou^h

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Scarlet fever 8

Typhoid fever 21

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SUMMARY OF CASES REPORTED MONTHLY BY STATES.

TV following summary of monthly Stat* reports is published weekly and covers only those States from which reports are received during the current week:

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PLAGUE-INFECTED GROUND SQUIRRELS. Contra Costa County, Calif. Five plague-infected ground squirrels were found Juno 5 and 6, 1923, in Contra Costa County, Calif., about 2 miles northeast of

Alamo.

CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 16, 1923.
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CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.

The column headed " Median for previous years" gives the median number of cases reported during the corresponding week of the years 1915 to 1922, inclusive. In instances in which data for the full eight years are incomplete, the median is that for the number of years for which information is available.

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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 16, 1923—Continued.

DIPHTHERIA.

See p. 1553; also Current State summaries, p. 1543, and Monthly summaries by

States, p. 1547.

INFLUENZA.

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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 16, 1923—Continued.

MEASLES. See p. 1553; also Current State summaries, p. 1543, and Monthly summaries by

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