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Maryland—continued.

Cases.

Replic sore throat 1

Tetanus 1

Tuberculosis 75

Typhoid fevor 61

Whooping cough 51

MASSACHUSETTS.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 2

Chicken pox 26

Conjunctivitis (suppurative) 4

Diphtheria 1ST

German measles 3

Influenza 2

Lethargic cncephalitis 2

Malaria 1

Measles 35

Mumps 2:

Ophthalmia neonatorum 2!

Pneumonia (lobar) 27

PnliomyelltU

Rabies

Scarlet fover 75

Septic sore throat

Trachoma

Tuberculosis (all forms) IIS

Typhoid fever 25

Whooping cough 64

MICHIGAN.

Diphtheria 144

Measles 50

Pneumonia 33

Scarlet fever 136

Smallpox 19

Tuberculosis 67

Typhoid fever 49

Whooping cough 67

MINNESOTA.

Chicken pox 2

Diphtheria 88

Measles 90

Pellacra 1

Pneumonia 3

Pol iom y el i i is 6

Scarlet fover 223

Smallpox 9

Tuberculosis 57

Typhoid fever 1.1

Whooping cough 11

MISSISSIPPI.

Diphtheria 45

Scarlet fever II

Typhoid fever 15

MISSOURI.

Chicken pox 2

Diphtheria 110

Kpidcmicsore throat 11

Influenza 4

Measles 22

Mumps 2

Ophthalmia neonatorum 1

Poliomyeli lis 1

Scarlet fever 57 OREGON.

Missouri—continued.

Cases.

Smallpox 3

Tetanus I

Trachoma 14

Tuberculosis 44

Typhoid fever 41

Whoopiug cough 67

MONTANA.

Diphtheria 6

Poliomyelitis:

Oreat Falls 1

Troy 1

Scarlet fever 5

Typhoid fever 9

NEW JERSEY.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 2

Chicken pox 7

Diphtheria 85

Influenza. 4

Malaria 1

Measles 25

Pneumonia 22

Poliomyelitis 17

Scarlet fever 21

Smallpox 1

Typhoid fever 21

Whooping cough 26

NEW MEXICO.

Diphtheria IS

Measles 6

Mump" 1

Poliomyelitis—Albuquerque 1

Scarlet fever 2

Tuberculosis 20

Typhoid fever 22

Whooping cough 2

'NEW YORK.

(Exclusive of New York City.)

Cerebrospinal meningitis 4

Diphtheria 107

Influenza 3

I/>t rmrpic encephalitis 6

Measles 109

Pneumonia 51

Poliomyelitis 12

Scarlet fever 110

Smnllpox I

Typhcid fever 44

Whooping cough I0O

NORTH CAROLINA.

Chicken pox 13

Diphtheria :231

Measles 151

Scarlet fever 81

Septic sore throat 4

Smallpox 10

Trachoma 1

Typhfid fercr 35

Whooping cough 257

Cases.

flriekcopox 5

Diphtheria:

Portland 9

Scattering 2

Measles 13

Pneumonia. '3

Scarlet fever:

Portland 10

Scattering 5

Septic sore throat 2

Smallpox 2

Tuberculosis '4

Typhoid fever 11

SOUTH DAKOTA.

Diphtheria 5

Measles 5

Scarlet fever 19

Smallpox 8

Tuberculosis 2

Whooping cough 4

Denim* 14

Diphtheria 10

Dysentery....... 4

Measles 7

Mump3 4

PeUaeja 2

Pneumonia 2

Scarlet fever 10

Smallpox 2

Tuberculosis 11

Typhoid fever 8

Whooping cough 18

WASHINGTON.

Chicken pox .' 3

Diphtheria 22

Washington—continued.

Cases.

Measles 6

Mumps 5

Pneumonia 2

Poliomyelitis:

Pierce County 1

Seattle 1

Tacoina : 1

Scarlet fever 22

Smallpox 1

Typhoid fever 24

Tuberculosis 12

Whooping cough 16

WEST VIRGINIA.

Diphtheria 19

Scarlet fever 27

Typhoid fever 14

WISCONSIN.

Milwaukee:

Chicken pox 2

Diphtheria 9

German measles 1

Measles 2

Mumps 1

Pneumonia 3

Scarlet fever 21

Whooping cough 28

Scattering:

Chicken pox 20

Diphtheria 44

German measles 1

Influenza 3

Measles 20

Ophthalmia neonatorum 1

Poliomyelitis 2

Scarlet fever 48

Smallpox 5

Tuberculosis 44

Typhoid fever 8

Whooping cough 58

Reports for Week Ended Sept. 15, 1923.

DISTRICT Or COLUMBIA.

Cases.

Diphtheria 7

Scarlet fever 3

Smallpox 14

Tuberculosis 19

Typhoid fever 3

Whooping cough 4

NEBRASKA.

Diphtheria 44

Measles 1

Mumps 4

Pneumonia 2

Poliomyelitis:

Omaha 3

Otoe County 3

York County 3

Scarlet fever 18

Smallpox 1

Tuberculosis 1

Typhoid fever 2

Whooping cough 14

1 Deaths.

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NORTH DAKOTA.

Chicken pox 1

Diphtheria 1

Measles 5

Pneumonia 2

Poliomyelitis.... I

Scarlet fever 15

Tuberculosis 1

Typhoid fever 5

Cerebrospinal meningitis—Fremont County... 1

Chicken pox 2

Dysentery 1

Measles 9

Mumps 1

Parat yphoid fever 1

Pneumonia (lobar) 1

Scarlet fever 5

Typhoid fover 6

SUMMARY OF CASES REPORTED MONTHLY BY STATES.

The following summary of monthly State reports is published weekly and covers only those States from which reports are received during tho current week:

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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 tho years 1915 to 1922, inclusive. In instances in which data for the full eight years Bio incomplete, tho median is that for the number of years for which information is available.

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DIPHTHERIA.

See p. 22"^; also Current State Bunitnaries, p. 2278, and Monthly summaries by Stales, above.

CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED SEPT. 8, 1923—Continued. INFLUENZA.

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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED SEPT. 8, 1923—Continued.

MEASLES.

See p. 2288; also Current State summaries, p. 2278, and Monthly summaries by States, p. 2282.

PELLAGRA.

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