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CHOLERA, PLAGUE, SMALLPOX, TYPHUS FEVER, AND YELLOW

FEVER—Continued.
Reports Received from June 30 to November 23, 1923—Continued.

SMALLPOX-Continued.

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June 1-30, 1923: Cases, 4. Aug.

1-31, 1923: Cases, 2. May 1-15, 1923: 1 case. July 2-31,

1923: 1 case. Aug. 1-31, 1923

2 cases. Nov.-Dec., 1923: Present. June

6, 1923: Present. Year 1922: Present.

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July 22-Aug. 4, 1923: Present in

epidemic form. (Reported as alastrim.) Aug. 17, 1923: Stated to be officially declared present. Sept. 14-29: Epidemic generally diffused. Oct.

13–24, 1923: Epidemic. Present. Estimated from 2,000 to 3,000

cases. Sept. 2-8, 1923: 1,500 cases present: 8 deaths reported; Oct. 14-20, 1923: 1,000 cases

present. July 15-Aug. 4, 1923: Cases, 28. Apr. 15-June 30, 1923: Cases,

8,112; deaths, 2,933. July 1Sept. 8, 1923: Cases, 9,329; deaths, 2,279.

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DEATHS DURING WEEK ENDED DECEMBER 1, 1923.

Summary of information received by telegraph from industrial insurance companies for
week ended December 1, 1923, and corresponding meet of 1922. (From the Weekly
Health Index, December 4, 1923, issued by the Bureau of the Census, Department of
Commerce.)

W.'ek ended Convsponfling
Dec. 1,1923. week, 1922.

Policies in force 55, 484. 173 51,442,250

Number of death claima 8,585 7,487

Death claims per 1,000 policies in force, annual rate 8.1 7.6

Deaths from all causes in certain large cities of the United States during the week ended December 1, 1923, infant mortality, annual death rate, and comparison with corrcsjxmding week of 1922. (From the Weekly Health Index, December 4, 1923, issued by tk Bureau of Hie Census, Department of Commerce.)

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1 Annual rate per 1,000 population.

» Deaths under I year per 1,000 births—an annual rate based on deaths under 1 year (or the week «ad estimated births for 1922. Cities left, blank are not in the registration aroa (or births. 'Deaths for week ended Friday, Nov. 30, 1923.

CHOLERA, PLAGUE, SMALLPOX, TYPHUS FEVER, AND YELLOW

FEVER_Continued.
Reports Received from June 30 to November 23, 1923–Continued.

SMALLPOX-Continued.

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PREVALENCE OF DISEASE.

No health department. State or local, can effectively prevent or control disease, without knowledge of when, uhere, and under what conditions cases are occurring.

UNITED STATES.

CURRENT STATE SUMMARIES.

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

Reports for Week Ended December 8, 1923.

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California—continued.

Lethargic encephalitis: Cam.

Loj Angoles County 1

Stockton 1

Measles 336

Poliomyelitis:

Co:itra Costa County 1

Fresno Couuty 1

Los Angeles 4

Santa Clara County 1

Scarlet fc vcr 23

Smallpox:

Long Beach U

Los Angeles S3

Los Angeles Comity S

Orange Comity 1!

Santa Paula 12

Scattering II

Typhoid fever li

COLORADO.

(Exclusive of Denver.)

Chicken pox 69

Diphtheria 29

Influenza 3

Measles 301

Mumps 19

Paratyphoid fever 1

Pneumonia 5

Scarlet (ever 3»

Smallpox I

Tuberculosis IS

Typhoid fever i

Whooping cough 2

CONNECTICUT.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1

Chicken pox 176

Di ph theria S3

German mcashs 3

Influenza 5

Mcasiis SKI

Mumps *6

Pneumonia (lobar) 20

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Connecticut—continued.

Cases.

Poliomyelitis 3

Scarlet fever Ill

Septic sore throat 1

Tetanus 3

Tuberculosis (all forms) "2

Typhoid lever 1

"Whooping cough 41

DELAWARE.

Chicken pox 8

Diphtheria 7

Measles 1

Pneumonia 4

Scarlet fever:

Wilmington 15

Scattering 10

Tuberculosis 1

Typhoid fo vcr 3

Whooping cough 2

TLORIDA.

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1

Diph thcria 33

Influenza 7

Malaria 10

Pneumonia 2

Scarlet (ever 7

Smallpox 2

Typhoid fever 6

GEOBOTA.

Chicken pox 24

Conjunctivi tis 1

Diphtheria 19

Hookworm disease 3

Influenza 10

Malana 13

Measles 312

Mumps 11

Pneumonia 64

Scarlet (ever 15

Septic sore throat 1

Smallpox 49

Tuberculosis (pulmonary) 18

Typhoid fever 5

Typhus fever 3

Whooping cough 27

ILLINOIS.

Cerebrospinal meningitis—Cook County 1

Diphtheria:

Cook County 160

Kane Couuty 8

Do Salle County 10

Rock Island County 14

Scattering 79

Influenza 20

Measles 469

Pneumonia 2S5

Poliomyelitis:

Cook County 1

Mason County 1

Scarlet fever:

Cook County lis

Iroquoh County 11

Kane County 9

Lake County IS

Randolph County S

Scattering 103

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