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Indiana–Continued.

Laporte County.
Lawrence County
Marion County..
Martin County
Monroe County
Montgomery County
Perry County.
Pike County
Putnam County
Scott County:
Shelby County.
St. Joseph County.
Switzerland County.
Tippecanoe County
Vanderburgh County.
Vermilion County.
Vigo County
Wabash County.

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North Dakota:

Burleigh County.
Cavalier County.
Golden Valley County
McHenry County.
Ward County.

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Texas: 1
Brown County-

Brownwood.
Burnet County-

Burnet.. Childress County

Childress. Coleman County

Coleman.

Texas-Continued.
Comal County

New Braunfels.
Dallas County

Dallas.
Ellis County

Midlothian
Gray County

McLean
Grayson County

Whitesboro
Hale County

Plainview.
Hall County

Eastline.
Irion County.
Johnson County-

Cleburne.
Lavaca County

Shiner.
Lubbock County-

Slaton.
Mason County-

Mason.
McLennan County

West.
Rockwall County-

Rockwall.
Tarrant County-

Fort Worth.
Travis County

Austin.
Van Zandt County

Edgewood..
Williamson County

Georgetown..

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1 The morbidity returns from Texas are incomplete.

Indiana—Evansville. Acting Asst. Surg. Neary, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 26, 94 cases of typhoid fever had been notified in Evansville, Ind., making a total of 148 cases reported since June 14, 1913.

CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.

State Reports for June, 1913.

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CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS- Continued.

California-Los Angeles. Senior Surg. Brooks, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 26, 1913, 3 cases of cerebrospinal meningitis had been notified in Los Angeles, Cal., making a total of 82 cases reported since January 1, 1913.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended July 12, 1913.

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· The morbidity returns from Texas are incomplete.

Texarkana, Ark., Tex., and Vicinity. Surg. Francis, of the Public Health Service, reported that during the period from April 5 to June 28, 1913, 134 cases of poliomyelitis had been notified in Texarkana, Ark., Tex., and vicinity. Of these, 50 cases occurred in Texarkana or within 2 miles of the city limits and 93 occurred in the vicinity outside of this area. Sixty-six of the cases which occurred outside of Texarkana were in the families of farmers or in families living under farm conditions, and 27 cases

were in towns.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended July 12, 1913.

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Springfield, Mass..

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ERYSIPELAS.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended July 12, 1913.

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During the week ended July 12, 1913, pellagra was reported by cities as follows: Boston, Mass., 1 death; Buffalo, N. Y., 1 death; Montgomery, Ala., 2 cases with 2 deaths; Nashville, Tenn., 3 cases with 3 deaths; New Orleans, La., 3 deaths.

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California-Squirrels Collected and Examined. During the week ended July 12, 1913, there were examined for plague infection 632 ground squirrels from Contra Costa County,

101 from San Benito County, 47 from Alameda County, 29 from San Joaquin County, and 1 squirrel from the city of San Francisco.

Plague-Infected Squirrels Found. Plague-infected squirrels were found in Contra Costa County as follows: June 30, 1913, 1 squirrel; July 5, 1913, 16 squirrels.

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PNEUMONIA.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended July 12, 1913.

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Almeda, Cal.-Rabies in Animals. Surg. Long, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 26, 1913, 1 case of canine rabies had been notified in Alameda, Cal.

TETANUS. During the week ended July 12, 1913, tetanus was reported by cities as follows: Chicago, Ill., 2 deaths; Cumberland, Md., 1 death; Hartford, Conn., 1 case; Los Angeles, Cal., 1 case with 1 death; New Orleans, La., 1 death.

SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS.

State Reports for June, 1913.

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Evansville, Ind.—Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Diphtheria. Acting Asst. Surg. Neary, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended July 26, 1913, 1 case of scarlet fever

, 2 cases of measles, and 1 case of diphtheria had been notified in Evansville, Ind., making totals of 460 cases of scarlet fever reported since October 1, 1912; 144 cases of measles reported since January 1, 1913; and 337 cases of diphtheria reported since

August 1, 1912.

Pittsburgh, Pa.-Measles. Surg, Stoner, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph

that during the week ended July 26, 1913, 17 cases of measles, with 2 deaths, had been notified in Pittsburgh, Pa., making a total of 9,583 cases, with 165 deaths, reported since November 1, 1912.

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