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Connecticut:

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Current State morbidity summaries 1543,

1585, 1643, 1721, 1786, 1848, 1917, 1968, 2022, 2089, 2135, 2215,
2278, 2329, 2378, 2428, 2481, 2631, 2679, 2730, 2783, 2844, 2894,
2974, 3038, 3120.
Summary of diseases reported—

April, May, June, 1923 2181

July, August, September, 1923 3089

Coogle, C. P.—Spleen rate of schoolboys in the Mississippi delta—

Malaria investigations 2466

Court decisions:

(See also Supreme Court decisions.)
California—

Detention of venereally infected persons upheld 1718

Local health district law held valid 2212

Current—Pertaining to public health 2375, 3114

Cuba:

Disease reporting and sanitary measures—Report of Asst. Surg.

Richard Wilson 2346

Habana—

Communicable diseases; 1560,

1661, 1738, 2040, 2106, 2233, 2295, 2397, 2448, 2650, 2697, 2803,
2862, 2913, 3096, 3128.

Malaria—From steamship Saramacca 2347

Matanssas—Typhoid fever 2449

Provinces—Communicable diseases: 1561,

2041, 2106, 2234, 2397, 2448, 2748, 2804, 2862, 2993

Santiago—Malaria 2748

Current State morbidity summaries:

Alabama. (See Alabama—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Arizona. (See Arizona—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Arkansas. (See Arkansas—Current State morbidity summaries.)
California. (See California—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Colorado. (See Colorado—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Connecticut. (See Connecticut—Current State morbidity sum-
maries.)
District of Columbia. (See District of Columbia—Current mor-
bidity summaries.)
Florida. (See Florida—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Georgia. (See Georgia—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Illinois. (See Illinois—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Indiana. (See Indiana—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Iowa. (See Iowa—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Kansas. (See Kansas—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Louisiana. (See Louisiana—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Maine. (See Maine—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Maryland. (See Maryland—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Massachusetts. (See Massachusetts—Current State morbidity sum-
maries.)
Michigan. (See Michigan—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Minnesota. (See Minnesota—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Mississippi. (See Mississippi—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Missouri. (See Missouri—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Montana. (See Montana—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Nebraska. (See Nebraska—Current State morbidity summaries.)
New Jersey. (See New Jersey—Current State morbidity summaries.)
New Mexico. (See New Mexico—Current State morbidity sum-
maries.)
New York. (See New York—Current State morbidity summaries.)
North Carolina. (See North Carolina—Current State morbidity sum-
maries.)
Oregon. (Sec Oregon—Current State morbidity summaries.)
South Dakota. (See South Dakota—Current State morbidity sum-
maries.)
Texas. (See Texas—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Vermont. (See Vermont—Current State morbidity summaries.)

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Current State morbidity summaries—Continued.

Washington. (See Washington—Current State morbidity sum-
maries.)
West Virginia. (See West Virginia—Current State morbidity sum-
maries.)
Wisconsin. (See Wisconsin—Current State morbidity summaries.)
Wyoming. (See Wyoming—Current State morbidity summaries.)

Czechoslovakia: Page.

Anthrax. 1560, 2106

Communicable diseases—

January-March, 1923 1560

April-June, 1923 2106

Dysentery 1560, 2106

Malaria... 1560

Paratyphoid fever 1560

Rabies in man 1560, 2106

D.

Death and birth rates—France—Years, 1911-1922 2041

Death rates:

In a group of insured persons—Compilation of Metropolitan Life
Insurance Co.—

Comparison of, for principal causes 1640, 2212, 2477, 3115

Comparison of, for principal causes and rates for white and

colored 1913,2725

United States registration area—1922 2969

Deaths:

Births and infant mortalitv—United States registration area—1921

1922 .' 1637

Births and marriages—Scotland—First quarter, 1923 and 1913 to

1922, inclusive, by quarters. 1538

Communicable diseases—Brazil—Porto Alegre 2105

Tuberculosis—Pittsburgh, Pa., 1922—Correction 2677

United States—Large cities—Week ended—

June 23, 1923 1540

June 30, 1923 1583

July 7, 1923... '.. 1641

Julv 14, 1923 1719

July 21, 1923 1785

July 28, 1923 1845

August 4, 1923 1915

August 11, 1923 1966

August 18, 1923. -. 2020

August 25, 1923 2087

September 1, 1923 2133

September 8, 1923 2213

September 15, 1923 2276

September 22, 1923 2326

September 29,1923 :2376

October 6, 1923 2426

October 13, 1923... 2479

October 20, 1923 2628

October 27, 1923 2677

November 3, 1923 2727

November 10, 1923 2781

November 17, 1923 2841

November 24, 1923 2892

December 1, 1923 2972

December 8, 1923 3036

December 15, 1923.._. 3117

Deaths and births:

Austria—Vienna—First six months, 1923 2992

Great Britain—Scotland—

Second quarter, 1923 3295

Third quarter, 1923 3139

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Delaware:

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Current State morbidity summaries 1 1789,

2089, 2136, 2216, 2279, 2329, 2378, 2429, 2482, 2631, 2680, 2730, 2784, 2844, 2895, 2975, 3039, 3120. Summary of diseases reported—

April, May, June, 1923 2181

July, August, September, 1923 3089

Dengue:

Citv reports for week ended—

July 21, 1923 1851

August 11, 1923 2028

September 15, 1923 2333

October6, 1923 2486

October 20, 1923 2683

November 17, 1923 2899

December 1, 1923 3043

December 8, 1923 3124

Etiology, epidemiology, transmission, etc.—Armstrong 1750

India—Calcutta _* . 2698

Indo-China 2398

Texas—

Fort Worth 3124

Galveston 1851,2028,2683

San Antonio 2333, 2486, 3043

Department of health—New York City—Report of law division 2371

"Devil's grip "—Virginia—Armstrong 1964

Diet—Pellagra prevention by means of, among institutional inmates—

Goldberger, Waring, and Tanner 2361

Diphtheria:

(See also Summaries—Disease cases reported monthly by States.)
City reports for week ended—

June 16, 1923 ____' 1553

June 23, 1923 • 1595

June 30, 1923 1654

July 7, 1923 1731

Julv 14, 1923 1797

July 21, 1923 1857

July 28, 1923 1926

August 4, 1923 1977

August 11, 1923 2033

August 18, 1923 2099

August 25, 1923 2145

September 1, 1923 2226

September8, 1923 . 2288

September 15, 1923 2339

September 22, 1923 2390

September 29, 1923 2441

October 6, 1923 2492

October 13, 1923 j-. 2641

October 20, 1923 2690

October 27, 1923 2741

November 3, 1923 : 2796

November 10, 1923 2855

November 17. 1923 2905

November 24. 1923 2985

December 1, 1923 3050

December 8, 1923 3130

Directory:

City health officers—1923—In cities of 10,000 or more population.. 2415

State and insular health authorities—1923 2266

Disease prevalence:
Malta—

July, 1923 2297

August, 1923 2399

October 1-15, 1923 1 2749

August and September, 1923 J: . 2863

October, 1923 3097

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

POLIOMYELITIS (INFANTILE PARALYSIS). The column headed "Median for previous years" gives the median number of cases reported during the Corresponding weck of the years 1915 to 1922, inclusive. In instances in which data for the full eight years are incomplete, the median is that for the number of years for which information is available.

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SCARLET FEVER, See p. 3130; also Current State summaries, p. 3119, and Monthly summaries by States, p. 3123.

SMALLPOX. The column headed "Median for previous years" gives the median number of cases reported during the corresponding week of the yoars 1915 to 1922, inelusive. In instances in which data for the fall eight years are incomplete, the median is that for the number of years for which information is available.

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Michigan:

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Minnesota:

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Montana:

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TUBERCULOSIS.
See p. 3130; also Current State summaries, p. 3119.

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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 the number of years for which information is available.

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