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Connecticut—continued.

Cafes.

Tul>ereulosis Call forms) 15

Typhoid lover 5

Whooping cough M

FLORIDA.

Dengue. 2

Diphtheria 9

Malaria lf>

Ophthalmia neonatorum 1

Pneu monia I

Scarlet fever 2

Smallpox 4

Typhoid lever S

GEORGIA.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 2

Diphtheria 9

Dysentery (amebic) 1

Dysentery (ba?illary) 13

German measles 1

Hookworm disease 18

Influenza 7

Malaria 33

Measles 76

Mumps 10

Paratyphoid fever 2

Pellagra 5

Pneumonia 31

Scarlet fever 4

Septic sore throat 2

Smallpox 10

Trachoma 5

Tuberculosis (pulmonary) 16

Typhoid fever 33

Whoopi ng cough 19

ILLINOIS.

Cerebrospinal meningitis—Chicago 2

Diphtheria:

Cook County (including Chicago) 67

Chicago 61

Scattering 22

Influenza:

Chicago 4

Scattering 4

Lethargic encephalitis—Chicago 1

Pneiunonia 90

Scarlet fever:

Cook County (including Chicago) 60

Chicago 55

Scattering 18

Smallpox:

Chicago 7

Scattering 3

Typhoid fever:

Chicago 3

Scattering 13

Whooping cough 231

INDIANA.

Diphtheria 21

Measles 202

rncumonia 1

Rabies in animals 1

Scarlet fever 33

1 Week ended Friday.

Indiana—continued.

Ca^cs.

Smallpox 22

Tuberculosis 81

Typhoid fover 5

IOWA.

Diphtheria 15

Scarlet fever 19

Smallpox 10

KANSAS.

Actinomycosis 1

Chicken pox 12

Diphtheria 25

Measles 176

Miuiips 14

Pneumonia 3

Scarlet fever 15

Smallpox 8

Tuberculosis 29

Typhoid (ever 8

Whooping cough 10S

LOUISIANA.

Cerebrospinal menincilis 2

Diphtheria 9

Influenza 1

Lethargic encephalitis 1

Measles 77

Poliomyelitis 1

Smallpox 5

Typhoid (over 20

Whooping cough 23

Chicken pox 11

Diphtheria 5

German measles 11

Measles 60

Ophthalmia neonatorum 1

Pneumonia '. 1

Scarlet fever 11

Tuberculosis 4

Whooping cough 48

MARYLAND.!

Cerebrospinal moningitis 1

Chicken pox 23

Diphtheria 23

Dysentery 10

German me^slc:> 5

Lethargic encephalitis 2

Malaria 12

Measles 220

Mumps 10

Paratyphoid fever 2

Pneumonia (ail forms) 27

Scarlet fever 38

Septic sore throat 1

Tuberculosis W

Typhoid fever 18

W;hooping cough 97

MASSACHUSETTS.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1

Chicken pox 1**

Conjunctivitis (suppurative) ^ Massachusetts—continued.

Cases.

Diphtheria 99

German measles 4

Lethargic encephalitis 1

Measles 358

Mumps 61

Ophthalmia neonatorum 16

Pneumonia (lobar) 28

Scarlet fever 118

Trachoma 2

Tuberculosis (all forms) 125

Typhoid fever 14

Whooping cough 105

MICHIGAN.

Diphtheria 78

Measles 760

Pneumonia 38

Scarlet fever 85

Smallpox 18

Tuberculosis 34

Typhoid fever 14

Whooping cough 130

MINNESOTA.

Chicken pox 2

Diphtheria 34

Lethargic encephalitis 1

Measles 74

Scarlet fever 81

Smallpox 7

Tuberculosis 45

Typhoid fever 2

Whooping cough 2

MISSISSIPPI.

Diphtheria 4

Influenza 12

Poliomyelitis 1

Scarlet fever 1

Smallpox 3

Typhoid fe ve r '. 25

MISSOURI.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1

Chicken pox 5

Diphtheria 22

Influenza 1

Measles H2

Mumps 8

Ophthalmia neonatorum 1

Pneumonia 2

Scarlet fever. 16

Septic sore throat 2

Trachoma 4

Tuberculosis 3C

Typhoid fever 16

Whooping cough 185

MONTANA.

Diphtheria 1

Scarlet fever 23

Smallpox 12

NEBRASKA.

Chicken pox 1

Diphtheria 6

German measles 1

Measles 6

Humps 9

Nebraska—continued.

Cases.

Poliomyelitis l

Scarlet fever 8

Smallpox i

Whooping cough 12

NEW JERSEY.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 2

Chicken pox loo

Diphtheria 79

Malaria n

Measles 283

Pneumonia.. 26

Poliomycli lis 1

Scarlet fever 36

Smallpox 11

Typhoid fover 9

Whooping cough 92

NEW YORK.

(Exclusive of Now York City.)

Diphtheria 109

Influenza 3

Lethargic encephalitis 4

Measles 1,760

Poliomyelitis 5

Scarlet fever 118

Smallpox 17

Typhoid fever 21

Whooping cough ISO

NORTII CAROLINA.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1

Chicken pox 25

Diphtheria 19

Measles 729

Scarlet fever 7

Septic sore throat 1

Smallpox 30

Typhoid fever 52

Whooping cough 323

OREjOM.

Chicken pox 10

Diphtheria 11

Measles 8

Mumps '. 3

Scarlet fover. 9

Smallpox:

Portland 11

Scattering 5

Typhoid fever 2

Whooping cough 5

SOUTH DAKOTA.

Chicken pox 8

Diphtheria 5

Moaslos 51

Scarlet fover 8

TEXAS.

Chicken pox 6

Dengue 1

Diphtheria 19

Dysentery (epidemic) fi

Influenza 17

Measles 67

Mumps 10

Pellagra 3 Tekas—continued.

Cases.

Pncumon in 10

Poliomyelitis 1

Scarlet fever 8

Email pot 43

Trachoma 5

Tuberculosis 37

Typhoid fever 24

Whooping cough 52

WASHINGTON.

Chicken pox 41

Diphtheria 15

Lethargic eucephalltls 2

Measles 77

Mumps 17

Pneumon ia •. 2

Scarlet fever 21

Smallpox:

Clarke County 14

Scattering 22

Tuberculosis 10

Typhoid fever 1

Whooping cough 72

WEST VIRGINIA.

Diphtheria 5

Smallpox 1

Typhoid fever 12

WISCONSIN.

Milwaukee: Cases.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1

Chicken pox 10

Diphtheria 13

German measles 1

Measles 12

Scarlet fever 29

Smallpox 1

Tuberculosis 14

Whooping cough 21

Scattering:

Chicken pox 47

Diphtheria 27

German measles 1

InM uenza 2

Lctliargic encephalitis 1

Measles 474

Pneumonia 1

Scarlet fever «

Smallpox 10

Tuberculosis 25

Typhoid fever 9

Whooping cough 70

WYOMING.

Diphtheria 1

Measles 11

Uocky Mountain spotted fever 1

Scarlet fever 4

DISTRICT OK COLUMI1IA

Report for Week Ended June 30, 1923.

District Of Colombia—continued.

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The following summary of monthly State reports is published weekly and covers only thoso States from which reports arc received during the current week:

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CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.

The column headed "Median for previous years" gives the median number of cases reported during (ho etirespondiriE week of the years 1913 to 1922. inclusive. In instances in which data for the full eight years nplctc, the mtnlian is that for the number of years for which information is available.

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See p. 1595; also Current State summaries, p. 1585, and Monthly summaries by States, p. 15SS.

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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 23, 1923—Continued.

LEPROSY.

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MEASLES.

See p. 1595; also Current State summaries, p. 1585, and Monthly summaries by

States, p. 1588.

PELLAGRA.

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