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PREVALENCE OF DISEASE.

So health department. State or local, ran effectively prevent or control disease without knowledge of when, where, and under what conditions cases are occurring.

UNITED STATES.

CURRENT STATE SUMMARIES.

These reports are preliminary, and the figures are subject to change when later returns are received by the Stale health officers.

Reports for Week Ended July 21, 1923.

ARIZONA.

Cases.

Chicken pox 1

Diphtheria 2

Measles 1

Humps 1

Po&omyehtis 1

SMriet fever 1

Tuberculosis 20

Typhoid lever 1

Whooping cough 5

ARKANSAS.

Cmbrospinal meningitis 1

Chkkrn pox 11

Hookworm disease 2

Influenza 3

Malaria 108

Measles 61

Paratyphoid Jever 6

Pellagra IS

Poliomyelitis 1

Smallpox 3

Trichoma 2

Tuberculosis 7

Typhoid lever 38

Whooping cough 11

(Exclusive of Denver.)

Chicken pox 4

iKphtheria 13

Measles 37

Mumps 3

6earkt lever i;

Smallpox .". 1

Tuhercolosis 123

Typhoid lever 8

Whooping co ugh 2

CONNECTICUT.

Cases.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 4

Chicken pox 21

Conjunctivitis 1

Diphtheria 27

Dysentery (bacillary) 3

Lethargic encephalitis 3

Malaria 7

Measles 73

Mumps .- 8

Pneumonia (lobar) 8

Poliomyelitis 3

Scarletfever 23

Septic sore throat 1

Tuberculosis (all forms) 41

Typhoid fever 9

Whooping cough 63

FLORIDA.

Dengue 1

Diphtheria 4

Influenza. 1

Malaria 7

Scarlet fever 1

Typhoid fever 5

GEORGIA.

Chicken pox 3

Dengue 1

Diphtheria 9

Dysentery (bacillary) 1

Hookworm disease IS

Influenza 3

Malaria 47

Measles 92

M um ps 1

Pneumonia 3

Scarlet fever 3

Smallpox lj Georgia—continued.

Reports for Week Ended July 21, 1923—Continued. Reports for Week Ended July 21, 1923—Continued.

Cases.

Tuberculosis (pulmonary) 17

Typhoid fever 42

Whooping cough 25

Cerebrospinal meningitis:

Can-oil County 1

Chicago 1

Richland County 1

Diphtheria:

Cook County (including Chicago) 66

Chicago 61

Scattering 34

Influenza. 5

Lethargic encephalitis:

Chicago 1

Kane County 1

Pneumonia 98

Poliomyelitis:

Chicago 1

Jackson Comity 1

McLean County 1

Sangamon County 1

Whiteside County 1

Scarlet fever

Cook County (including Chicago) 24

Chicago 23

Scattering 19

Smallpox 10

Typhoid fever 27

Whooping cough 254

IOWA.

Diphtheria 22

Scarlet fever 25

Smallpox . 6

Typhoid fever 2

KANSAS.

Chicken pox 14

Diphtheria 17

Measles 115

Mumps 8

Pneumonia .. 3

Poliomyelitis . 1

Scarlet fever 33

Smallpox . 6

TulKTCulosis 31

Typhoid fever 23

Whooping cough 105

LOVISIANA.

Dengue 8

Malaria 36

Smallpox 3

Typhoid fever 19

Whooping cough 12

MAINE.

Cliiken pox 11

Diphtheria 5

Measles 103

Pneumonia 5

Scarlet fever 7

Tulierculosis 4

Typhoid fever 4

Whooping cough 4

MARYLAND.'

Cases.

Anthrax 1

Chicken pox 13

Diphtheria 20

Dysentery 9

Influenza. 2

Lethargic encephalitis . 2

Malaria U

Measles 144

Mumps 10

Paratyphoid fever 2

Pneumonia (all forms) 22

Scarlet fever 22

Septic soro throat 1

Tuberculosis 89

Typhoid fever 25

Whooping cough .,,..... 87

MASSACHVSETTS.

Anthrax 1

Cerebrospinal meningitis 5

Chicken pox .' ts

Conjunctivitis (suppurative) 13

Diphtheria 95

Cierman measles 7

Hookworm disease 1

Influenza 1

Lethargic encephalitis .. 2

Malaria 1

Measles 236

Mumps . 51

Ophthalmia neonatorum 17

Pellagra 1

Pneumonia (lobar) 25

Poliomyelitis .. 2

Scarlet fever W2

Septic sore throat 2

Tetanus . 2

Trachoma 4

Tuberculosis (all forms) 142

Typhoid fever 17

Whooping cough , 114

MICHIGAN.

Diphtheria 90

Measles »

Pneumonia 57

Scarlet fever 123

Smallpox 47

Tuberculosis 56

Typhoid fever 22

Whooping cough 230

MONTANA.

Diphtheria 2

Rocky Mountain spotted fever—Jordan 1

Smallpox 10

Typhoid fever 2

NEW JERSEY.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 2

Chicken pox 48

Diphtheria 6S

Dysentery 3

Influenza 3

1 Week ended Friday.

Ctw Jersiy—continued.

Milan a.
Measles.

Cases. ... 1 ... 148

Pneumonia 31

Poliomyelitis 2

Scarlet lever 23

Smallpox 1

Typhoid fever 16

Whooping cough 102

NEW MEXICO.

Diphtheria 11

Measles 12

Pneumonia 1

Tuberculosis 11

Typhoid fever 2

Wboopimr cough 2

NORTH CAROLINA.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 2

Chicken pot 12

Diphtheria 29

German measles 2

Measles 32S

Pohomvtlitis 1

Scarlet fever 14

Septic sore throat 2

Smallpox 22

Trachoma 1

Tvpboid fever 112

Whooping cough 283

OREGON.

Chicken pox 4

Diphtheria 11

Measles 6

Mumps 1

Pneumonia l 3

Scarlet fever 5

Smallpox 11

Tuberculosis 7

Whooping cough 2

SOUTH DAKOTA.

Chicken pox 4

Diphtheria 8

Measles 12

Scarlet fever 13

Tuberculosis 7

Whooping cough 3

TEXAS.

Dengue 1

Diphtheria 11

Influenza. 8

Measles 18

Mumps 4

Paratyphoid fever 1

Pneumonia 3

'Deaths.

TEXAS-rfontinued.

Cases.

Poliomyelitis 1

Scarlet fever 10

Smallpox 1

Tuberculosis 24

Typhoid fever 28

Whooping cough 58

VERMONT.

Chicken pox 6

Measles 43

Mumps 8

Scarlet lover 9

Smallpox 8

Whooping cough...-. 24

WASHINGTON.

Chicken pox 16

Diphtheria:

Spokane 9

Scattering 22

Impetigo contagiosa 1

Measlos:

Seattle 12

Scattering 30

Mumps 7

Poliomyelitis—Seattle 2

Scarlet fever 24

Smallpox 18

Tuberculosis 30

Typhoid fever 4

Whooping cough 80

WEST VIRGINIA.

Diphtheria 7

Scarlet fever 9

Typhoid fever 13

WISCONSIN.

Milwaukee:

Chicken pox ;19

Diphtheria 6

Measles 4

Scarlet fever 19

Tuberculosis 11

Typhoid lever 1

Whooping cough 36

Scattering:

Chicken pox 43

Diphtheria 50

German measles 1

Influents 7

Lethargic encephalitis 1

Measles 248

Pneumonia 2

Scarlet fever 63

Smallpox 7

Tuberculosis 50

Typhoid lever 5

Whooping cough 91

Reports for Week Ended July 14, 1923.

DISTRICT Or COLUMBIA.

Cases.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1

Chicken pox 6

Diphtheria 2

Lethargic encephalitis 1

Measles 14

Scarlet fever 6

Tuberculosis 27

Typhoid (ever 6

Whooping cough 22

NEBRASKA.

Chicken pox 2

Measles 8

Mumps 4

SUMMARY OF CASES REPORTED MONTHLY BY STATES.

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

Nebraska—continued.

Scarlet fever

TyphoM fever

Whooping cough.

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NORTH DAKOTA.

Chicken pox 14

Measles 47

Tneumonla 2

Scarlet fever 8

Smallpox 5

Trachoma 2

Tuberculosis 1

Whooping cough 2

Stales

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RECIPROCAL NOTIFICATION, JUNE, 1923.

Cases of communicable diseases referred during June, 19SS. to other State health departments by departments of health of certain States.

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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JULY 7, 1923.

CEREBBOSPINAL 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 th? number of years for which information is available.

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DIPHTHERIA.

See p. 1731; also Current State summaries, p. 1721, and Monthly summaries by States, p. 1724.

INFLUENZA.

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