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During the week ended June 28, 1913, pellagra was reported by cities as follows: Knoxville, Tenn., 1 death; Montgomery, Ala., 1 death; San Diego, Cal., 1 case, with 1 death.

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Senior Surg. Brooks, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 12, 1913, one case of pellagra had been notified in Los Angeles, Cal.

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California-Squirrels Collected and Examined.
During the week ended June 28, 1913, there were examined for
plague infection 860 squirrels from Contra Costa County, 100 from
San Joaquin County, 104 from San Benito County, and 50 from

Alameda County.

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Plague-infected Squirrels Found. During the period from June 17 to 27, 1913, 56 plague-infected ground squirrels were found in Contra Costa County. On June 16 a plague-infected squirrel was found in San Benito County, 6 miles

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PNEUMONIA.
Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 28, 1913.

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Beaver Falls, Pa.
Binghamton N. Ý
Braddock, Pa.
Chicago, III.
Cleveland, Ohio
Erie, Pa...
Marinette, Wis.

RABIES.

During the week ended June 28, 1913, rabies was reported by cities as follows: Montgomery, Ala., 1 death; Providence, R. I., 1 case with 1 death.

TETANUS.

During the week ended June 28, 1913, tetanus was reported by cities as follows: Boston, Mass., 1 case with 1 death; Cleveland, Ohio, 1 death; New Orleans, La., 4 deaths.

SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS.

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Wisconsin Report for May, 1913. The State Board of Health of Wisconsin reported that during the month of May, 1913, 236 cases of scarlet fever, 1,036 cases of measles, and 140 cases of diphtheria had been notified in Wisconsin.

Evansville, Ind.Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Diphtheria. Surg. Clark of the Public Health Service reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 12, 1913, 3 cases of scarlet fever, 9 cases of measles, and 1 case of diphtheria had been notified in Evansville, Ind., making totals of 459 cases of scarlet fever reported since October 1, 1912, 139 cases of measles reported since January 1, 1913, and 334 cases of diphtheria reported since August 1, 1912.

Los Angeles, Cal.-Scarlet Fever and Measles.

Senior Surg. Brooks, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 12, 1913, 13 cases of scarlet fever and 32 cases of measles had been notified in Los Angeles, Cal., making a total of 6,429 cases of measles reported since January 1, 1913.

Pittsburgh, Pa.-Measles. Surg. Stoner, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 12, 1913, 94 cases of measles, with no deaths, had been notified in Pittsburgh, Pa., making a total of 9,616 cases, with 163 deaths, reported since November 1, 1912. During the week ended July 5, 1913, 26 cases of measles were notified instead of 25 cases as previously reported.

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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 28, 1913.

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Over 500,000 inhabitants:

Baltimore, Md..
Boston, Mas...
Chico, ID...
Cereland, Ohio.
New York, N. Y
Philvielphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa..

St. Louis, Mo..
From 300,000 to 300,000 inhabit.
ants:

Buftslo, NY
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Milwaukee, Wis...
New Orleans, La..
San Francisco, Cal.

Washington, D.C..
From 200,000 to 300,000 inhabit-
ants:

Providence, R. I.
From 100,000 to 200,000 inhabit-
ots:

Brideeport, Conn.
Cambridge, Mass.
Columbus, Ohio..
Dayton, Ohio.
Fall River, Mass...
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Lowell, Mass.
Nashville, Tenn..
Oakland, Cal..
Richmond, Va..
Spokane, Wash.
Toledo, Ohio..

Worcester, Mass.
From 50,000 to 100,00 inhabit-

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Altoona, Pa...
Baronge, NJ.
Brockton, Mass.
Camden, J.
Duluth Vinn.
Ezabeth, N. J..
Erie, Pa.
Fort Warne. Ind.
Harrisburs. Pa.
Hartford, Conn.
Hotokea. N. J.
Johnstown, Pa.
Kansas City, Kans.
Lastence, Mass.
La Mass..
Venheter, N. H..
New Bedford. Mass.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Paswa NJ.
Pisutudet. R.I.
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1:13. Wich.
St Joanh. Mo.
&tamertide, N.Y.
South Bend. Ind.
Springfield, M.
Grein riell. Mass.
Tregton. NJ
Wr-Barre, Pa

Yoches, N. Y
From 1900 to 50.000 inhabit.

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TUNITA'

52, 127
55, 545
56,878
94,538
78, 466
73, 109
66, 525
63,933
64,186
98,915
70, 324
55, 432
82,331
85,892
89,336
70,063
96, 652
64, 205
54,773
51, 622
96,071
50,510
77, 403
72, 826
53,684
51,678
88,926
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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 28, 1913—Contd.

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ants-Con: inued.
Binghamton, N. Y.

48, 443 18

82 2 Brookline, Mass.

27,792
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1 Chelsea, Mass..

32, 452
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1 Chicopee, Mass.

25, 401

3 Danville, m.

27,871
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12 East Orange, N. J.

34,371

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6 Elmira, N. Y.

37, 176
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2 Everett, Mass.

33, 434 10 1

11 Fitchburg, Mass.

37,826

4 Haverhill, Mass. 41, 115 18 1

1 Kalamazoo, Mich. 39, 437 10

2 Knoxville Tenn.

36, 346 13 Lancaster, Pa..

47, 227 Lexington, ky.

35,099 23 1

19 Lynchburg, Va.

29. 494 11 Malden, Mass. 44, 404 12 1

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1 Montgomery, Ala.

38, 136 23 Mount Vernon, N. Y 30.919

4 Newcastle, Pa..

36.280

1 Newport, Ky.

30,309

12 Newton, Miss.

39, 806
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Niagara Falls, N. Y
30, 445 10

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3 Norristown, Pa.

27, 875

8 1 Orange, N. J. 29, 630 12

2 Pittsfield, Mass.

32, 121
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1 Portsmouth, Va.

33, 190
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3 Racine, Wis.

38, 002

8 6 2 8 Roanoke, Va.

34. 574
20

3 Sacramento, Cal.

1 44, 696 24 San Diego, Cal..

39,578

3 1 1 South Omaha, Nebr.

26, 259

6 Springfield, Ohio..

46, 921

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8 Superior, Wis.. 40,384 15

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2 Taunton, Mass.

34, 259
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3 Waltham, Mass.

27, 834
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West Hoboken, N. J.
35, 43

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3 Wheeling, W. Va.

41.641
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5 Williamsport, Pa.

31. 50
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1 York, Pa....

41,750

1 Zanesville, Ohio..

28,026

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Less than 25,000 inhabitants:
Alameda, Cal..

23, 833
6

1 Ann Arbor, Mich..

14, 817
9

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Beaver Falls, Pa..
12, 191

3 Braddock, Pa...

17, 739

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1 Cambridge, Ohio.

17,327
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7 Clinton, Mass.

13, 075 Coffeyville, Kans.

4,953 Columbus, Ind.

6, 719
2

6 Concord, Ń. H.

21, 477

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Cumberland, Md.

21.839
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13 Dunkirk, N. Y..

11,616
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19 Franklin, N. H

6,132

2 Galesburg, II.

22,089

5 Gloucester, Mass.

26, 121

11 Harrison, NJ.

11, 169

3 Kearney, NJ

18, 659
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2 La Favette, Ind..

20, OS1

6 Marinette, Wis.

19, 1931 1 Mussillon, Ohio.

23, 90

1 Marlboro, Mass.

13, 606
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13 Medford, Mass.

23, 159
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3 Melrose, Mass.

15.715

3 Moline, mi..

24, 190
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3 Montelir, N.J.

21. 15) Morristown, NJ.

12,307 Museatine, Iowa.

13,000
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2 Santicoke, P...

18, 57

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1 Newburyport, Mass.

19, 2101
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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 28, 1913—Contd.

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