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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended July 26, 1913.

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Senior Surg. Brooks, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended August 9, 1913, one fatal case of rabies had been notified in Los Angeles, Cal.

Alameda, Cal.-Rabies in Animals. Surg. Long, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended August 9, 1913, 1 case of canine rabies had been reported in Alameda, Cal.

TETANUS. During the week ended July 26, 1913, tetanus was reported by cities as follows: Baltimore, Md., 1 death; Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 2 deaths; Worcester, Mass., 1 case with 1 death.

TYPHUS FEVER.

Washington, D. C. Surg. Goldberger, of the Public Health Service, reported August 2, 1913, the presence of a case of typhus fever at the Garfield Hospital, Washington, D. C. The patient is a girl 12 years of age, Bohemian parentage, who lives on Bates Road, Brookland. She had been taken sick rather abruptly with headache and backache July 18. Eruption was first noted July 22. Since admission to hospital the temperature has been continuous, running between 103° and 104° F. On August 2, the fifteenth day of illness, the temperature abruptly dropped to 100.2°, apparently the beginning of the critical drop. The typical eruption has been profuse, and extended over the limbs, trunk, and face.

SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended July 26, 1913.

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Over 500,000 inhabitants:

Baltimore, Md.
Boston, Mass.
Chicago, Ill.
Cleveland, Ohio.
Philadelphia, Pa.

St. Louis, Mo.
From 300,000 to 500,000 inhabit-
acts:
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Milwaukee, Wis..
Newark, NJ
New Orleans, La.
San Francisco, Cal.

Washington, D.C.
From 200,000 to 300,000 inhabit-
ants
Jersey City, NJ

Providence, RI.
From 100,000 to 200,000 inhabit-
its:

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

Worcester, Mass.
from 50,000 to 100,000 inhabit-
ents:

Altoona, Pa...
Bayonne, N. J
Brockton, Mass
Camden, NJ
Covington, Ky.
Elizabeth, N.I.

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Erie, Pa.
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Harrisburg, Pa..
Hartford, Conn..
Hoboken, N. J...
Horston, Tex.
Johnstown, Pa..
Karys City, Kans.
Lawrence, Mass.
Lynn, Mass.
Manchester, N. H.
New Redford, Mass.
Passaic, N. J..
Pawtucket, R.I.
Reading, Ps.
Saginaw, Mich.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Schenertady, N. Y,
South Bend, Ind.
Springfield, ni.
Springfield, Mass..

Trenton, NJ

Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
from 25,000 to 50,000 inhabit.

Atlantic City, N.J..
Aurora, mi...
Austin, Tex...
Bicehamton, N. Y
Chelsea, Mass.
Chicopee, Mass.

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SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS –Contd.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended July 26, 1913—Contd.

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Examination of Rodents.
Rats and mongoose have been examined in Hawaii as follows:
Week ended July 12, 1913—Hilo, 1,560; Honokaa, 1,442. No
plague-infected rodent was found.

SUMMARY, YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1913.

During the period from July 1, 1912, to June 30, 1913, rats and mongoose were examined at Hilo and Honokaa as follows: Hilo, 50,595, with 3 rodents found plague infected; Honokaa, 93,042, with 17 rodents found plague infected.

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