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--Full grown male Mus norvegicus. Presented sub ules with ulcers through skin. Axillary and inguins enlarged. Smears from nodules, ulcers and glands prosy. Spleen was soft and enlarged, but all other were normal. Smears from spleen and liver negative

PREVALENCE OF DISEASE.

Full grown male Mus norvegicus. Showed enlarged

subcutaneous nodules and skin ulcers. Smears from and glands positive for leprosy. Internal organs were copically and smears were negative. on of infected rats to the total number examined was t.

No health department, State or local, can effectively prevent or control disease without

knowledge of when, where, and under what conditions cases are occurring.

sy is present in the island.

IN CERTAIN STATES AND CITIES.

SMALLPOX.

California-Berkeley, Oakland, and San Francisco.

Surg. Long, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 5, 1913, 1 case of smallpox had been notified in Berkeley, 1 case in Oakland, and 1 case in San Francisco, Cal.

California, Los Angeles.

Senior Surg. Brooks, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 5, 1913, 2 cases of smallpox had been notified in Los Angeles, Cal., making a total of 59 cases reported since January 1, 1913.

Indiana-Evansville.

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Surg. Clark, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 5, 1913, 4 cases of smallpox had been notified in Evansville, Ind., making a total of 843 cases reported since October 1, 1912.

Oregon-North Bend. Acting Asst. Surg. Strate, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph July 2, 1913, that 5 cases of smallpox had been notified in

North Bend, Oreg.

Washington-Seattle. Surg. Lloyd, of the Public Health Service, reported June 30, 1913, that 8 cases of smallpox had been notified in Seattle, Wash.

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Maine (June 1-30):
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Florida (Apr. 1-30):
Counties

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Bradford.
Citrus..
Dade.
Duval.
Escambia.
Jefferson.
Leon.
Lery.
Manatee.
Marion.
Santa Rosa
St. John.

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19 59 2 3 3 3 2

CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.

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California-Los Angeles.

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Senior Surg. Brooks, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 5, 1913, 1 case of cerebrospinal meningitis had been notified in Los Angeles, Cal., making a total of 75 cases reported since January 1, 1913.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913.

246

Florida (May 1-31);
Counties-

Alachus..
Brevard.
Dade.
Duval.
Escambia,
Lery.
Manatee.
Marion
Pinellas.
Polk.
Putnam
Santa Rosa
St. John..
St. Lucie.

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Baltimore, Ma..
Boston, Mass..
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Fitchburg, Mass.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Malden, Mass..
Nashville, Tenn..

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2 New Orleans, La.

New York, N. Y
Roanoke, Va..

Sacramento, Cal.
1 St. Louis, Mo.

San Diego, Cal. 1 Superior, Wis.

94

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211

Florida (June 1-30):
Counties

Alachua
Brevard.
Citrus..
Dural.
Escambia.
Hillsboro
Jackson.
Leon.
Levy.
Manatee.
Pinellas.
Polk.
Putnam.
St. John,
St. Lucie.
Sumter.

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POLIOMYELITIS (INFANTILE PARALYSIS).
Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913.
During the week ended June 21, 1913, poliomyelitis was reported
by cities as follows: Franklin, N. H., 1 case with 1 death; Lexington,
Ky., 1 death; Pittsburgh, Pa., 2 cases.

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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913.

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Maine (June 1-30);
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Binghamton, S. Y.
Boston, Mass.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Cambridge, Mass
Chicago, ni.
Cincinnati, Ohio,
Cleveland, Ohio.
Duluth, Minn.
Erie, Ps.
Kalamatoo, Mich.

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LEPROSY.

California-San Francisco.

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The State Board of Health of California reported that during the month of June, 1913, a case of leprosy had been notified at San Francisco, Cal., the patient being a Chinaman 42 years old who had been in the United States six months. The case was reported as being of the tubercular type.

PELLAGRA.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913. During the week ended June 21, 1913, pellagra was reported by cities as follows: Nashville, Tenn., 2 cases; New Orleans, La., 2 deaths; Oklahoma, Okla., 1 case with 1 death.

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During the week ended June 21, 1913, ground squirrels were examined for plague infection as follows: Alameda County, 70; Contra Costa County, 738; San Benito County, 86; San Joaquin County, 191.

Plague-Infected Squirrels Found.

During the period from June 5 to 20, 1913, 59 plague-infected squirrels were found in Contra Costa County, Cal.

PNEUMONIA."

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913.

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LEPROSY.

RABIES IN ANIMALS.

California - San Francisco.

East Orange, N. J. The health officer at East Orange, N. J., reported the occurrence of a fatal case of rabies in a dog during the week ended June 21, 1913.

ard of Health of California reported that during the

1913, a case of leprosy had been notified at San the patient being a Chinaman 42 years old who had ited States six months. The case was reported a ercular type.

TETANUS.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913.

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SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS.

Evansville, Ind.Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Diphtheria. Surg. Clark, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 5, 1913, 1 case of scarlet fever, 3 cases of measles, and 1 case of diphtheria had been notified in Evansville, Ind., making totals of 456 cases of scarlet fever reported since October 1, 1912, 130 cases of measles reported since January 1, 1913, and 333 cases of diphtheria reported since August 1, 1912.

Los Angeles, Cal.--Measles. Senior Surg. Brooks, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 5, 1913, 28 cases of measles had been notified in Los Angeles, Cal., making a total of 6,397 cases reported since January 1, 1913.

Pittsburgh, Pa.--Measles. Surg. Stoner, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 5, 1913, 25 cases of measles, with 1 death, had been notified in Pittsburgh, Pa., making a total of 9,521 cases, with 163 deaths, reported since November 1, 1912.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913.

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Over 500,000 inhabitants:

Baltimore, Md.
Boston, Mass.
Chicago, m..
Cleveland, Ohio.
New York, N. Y.
Philadelphia, Pa.

Pittsburgh, Pa.
: St. Louis, Mo

14 41 181

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La Crosse, Wis.

Lancaster, Ps..
88 Los Angeles, Cal..
12 Manchester, N. H..
3 Philadelphia, Pa.

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San Diego, Cal....
San Francisco, Cal....
South Bethlehem, Pa.

32 128 245 140 964 142 55 42

23 24 206

13 185 53 60 27

16 98 174

32 558 88 23 39

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