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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 30, 1923-Continued.

DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS-Continued.

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New Jersey--Continued.

West Hoboken..
West New York

West Orange..
New Mexico:

Albuquerque
New York:

Albany
Amsterdam
Auburn.
Bufalo.
(ohoes
Dunkirk
Geneva.
Glens Falls
Hornell
Hudson.
Ithaca.
Lackawanna
Little Falls.
Middletown.
Mount Vernon
New York.
Newburgh.
Niagara Falls.
North Tonawanda.
Peckskill..
Rochester.
Ronc....
Saratoga Springs..
Schenectady.
Syracuse
Troy.
Watertown.
White Plains.

Yonkers.
North Carolina:

Durhamn.
Grecn boro.
Raleigh
Rocky Mount.
Salisbury.
Wilmington..

Winston-Salem.
North Dakota:

Grand Forks..
Ohio:

Akron..
Alliance.
Ashtabula
Barberton.
Bellaire.
Bucyrus.
Cambridge.
Canton..
Cincinnati.
Cleveland
Cleveland Heights.
Columbus.
Coshocion.
Dayton.
East Cleveland.
East Youngstown.
Findlay.
Fremont
Hamilton
henmore
Lancaster
Lorain.
Man field.
Marion.
Martins Ferry..

Middletown..
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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 30, 1923—Continued. DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS Continued.

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Oklalloma.

Tulsa.. Oregon:

Portland.
Pensyl ania:

Allentown.
Altwina
Alice
Beg er Falls.
Berwik.
Bethlehem.
Bradok
Bradford.
Bristol..
Carrick..
Chester
Cutestille
Dikson
Dunesne.
Eston.
Frie
Farrell
Hamburg.
Ha elton
Homesteai.
Johnstown.
Lan aster
Lebanon
M Kees Rocks
McKeesport.
Madrille.
Xantioke.
Nex Castle.
Norristown
North Braddock
Oil City
Philadelphia.
Phoenixville
Pittsburgh.
Pittston
Pottstille
Stanton..
Sharon..
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Sus burv
Xivale
Tama jua.
Unatown.
Waren.
Webington..
West Chester
WilkBarte.
Willamsport.
Wondlawn.

York
Rhode Island:

Craustin.
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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 30, 1923--Continued. DIPATHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS-Continued.

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Rhode Island-Continued.

Newport
Pawtuchet.

Providence.
South Carolina:

Charleston.
C Humbia.

Greensille
South Dakta:

Sioux Falls... Tennessee:

knoxville. Memphis..

Nashville..
Texas.

Amarillo.
Beamt
Dallas.
El Paso.
Fort Worth.
Galveston..
Houston.
San Antonio.

Waco..
Utah:

Provo.

Salt Lake City. Vermont:

Burlington..
Virginia:

Alexandria..
Charlottesville
Danville
Lynchburg.
Norfolk.
Petersburg
Richmond

Roanoke
Washington:

Everett.. Seattle.. Spokane.

Tacoma West Virginia:

Bluefield.. Charleston Clarksburg Fairmont. Huntington. Morgantown Parkersburg.

Wheeling
Wisconsin:

Appleton..
Ashland.
Beloit.
Eau Claire
Fond du Lac..
Green Bay
Janesville
Kenosha
La Crosse.
Madison..
Manitowoc
Marinette.
Milwaukee
Oshkosh.
Racine.
Sheboygan.
Superior
Waukesha.
Wausau..

West Allis.
Wyoming:

Cheyenne.

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Quarantine for Protection of North Coast Cities. Information dated June 2, 1923, shows that on May 26 a four days' quarantine was established by the Government of the Republic of Colombia at a point one day out from Bucaramanga, for protection of travel to the Magdalena River and the north coast cities against yellow fever infection."

CUBA.

Communicable Diseases---Habana. Communicable diseases have been notified at Habana, Cuba, as follows:

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Plague. During the period April 16 to 30, 1923, 29 cases of plague with 29 deaths were reported in the island of Madagascar, occurring in the Province and town of Tananarive, the distribution being as follows: Province-cases 17, deaths 17; town of Tananarive-cases 12, deaths, 12.

Public Health Reports, Mar. 23, 1923, p. 650; May 11, 1923, p. 1045; June 1, 1923, p. 1222, June 15, 1923, D. 1376.

PERSIA.

Vaccination Against Animal Anthrax.

Information received under date of May 14, 1923, shows that arrangements were being made at that date for carrying out vaccination of animals against anthrax in certain villages in Persia, with a view to popular education in the use of anthrax serum. stated that high mortality from anthrax was reported among animals in Persia.

PERU,

It was

Plague-May 16-31, 1923. During the period May 16 to 31, 1923, plague was reported present in Peru, with 36 cases and 16 deaths, occurring in 10 localities. For distribution of cases and deaths according to locality, see page 1663.

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POLAND.

Communicable Diseases-March 4-17, 1923.

Communicable diseases have been notified in Poland as follows:

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Other Diseases-Anthrax-Dysentery-Rabies. During the week ended March 10, 1923, one case of anthrax with one death was reported in Poland, occurring in the district of Lublin. During the week ended March 17, 1923, nine cases of dysentery with two deaths, occurring in the districts of Bialystok and Pomerania, and one death from rabies, occurring in the district of Lwow, were reported in Poland.

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