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Minnesota-Continued.
St. Louis County-Continued.

Virginia.

Winton.
Scott County-

Belle Plaine Borough...
Stearns County,

Albany Township..
Paynesville.

St. Cloud...
Swift County-

Appleton..
Wadena County-

Verndale..
Waseca County-

New Richland.
Washington County,

Forest Lake.

Stillwater.
Watonwan County-

St. James.
Winona County,

Winona.
Wright County,

Maple Lake.
Stockholm Township.

Total....

Ohio:

Adams County.
Allen County
Ashland County
Ashtabula County
Athens County.
Auglaize County
Belmont County
Brown County
Butler County
Champaign County
Clark County
Clermont County
Clinton County.
Columbiana County.
Coshocton County
Crawford County
Cuyahoga County
Darke County
Defiance County
Delaware County
Erie County-

Sandusky.
Fairfield County
Fayette County
Franklin County.
Gallia County
Geauga County.
Greene County
Guernsey County
Hamilton County
Hancock County
Hardin County
Harrison County.
Highland County
Hocking County
Huron County
Jackson County
Jefferson County
Knox County
Lake County
Licking County
Logan County

TYPHOID FEVER—Continued.

New Jersey-Perth Amboy. Acting Asst. Surg. Naulty, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph September 19, 1913, that 20 cases of typhoid fever had been notified at Perth Amboy, N. J.

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Indians:

Allen County
Dearborn County

Total...
Towa:

Bremer County.
Polk County
Shelby County,

Total.......
Kansas:

Crawford County...
Maryland, exclusive of Baltimore city:
Washington County,

Hagerstown...
Massachusetts:
Bristol County-

Fall River

New Bedford.
Essex County-

Newburyport.

Salem..
Hampshire County

Amherst.
Middlesex County-

Everett,
Lowell,
Marlboro.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended Sept. 6, 1913.

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Boston, Mass.
Chicago, III.
Columbus, Ohio

Elizabeth, N.J.
Cilomeester, Mass.

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Total.. North Dakota:

Golden Valley County. Ohio:

Ashland County.
Clermont County.
Cuyahoga County-

Cleveland.
Darke County.
Franklin County-

Columbus.
Jefferson County-

Steubenville.
Knox County
Lorain County-

Elyria.
Monroe County
l'utnam County
Richland County
Scioto County
Stark County-

Canton..
Summit (ounty-

Barberton
Tuscarawas County

Canal Dover
Wayne County.

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Total.. Massachusetts: Berkshire County

Gre Barrington..

Pittsfield.
Bristol County-

Attleboro.
Swansea.

Taunton.
Essex County

Amesbury.
Andover.
Beverly
Haverhill.
Lawrence

Lynn.
Hampden County-

Springfield.
Middlesex County-

Cambridge.
Concord.
Everett.
Framingham.
Hudson.
Lowell,
Somerville.

Waltham.
Norfolk County

Franklin.

Quincy.
Plymouth County-

Brockton..
West Bridgewater.

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POLIOMYELITIS (INFANTILE PARALYSIS)-Continued.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended Sept. 6, 1913.

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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended Sept. 6, 1913.

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During the week ended September 6, 1913, pellagra was reported by cities as follows: Nashville, Tenn., 1 case; New Orleans, La., 1 death.

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California-Squirrels Collected and Examined. During the week ended September 6, 1913, there were examined for plague infection 55 squirrels from Alameda County, Cal.

Plague-Infected Squirrels Found. None of the squirrels from Alameda County examined during the

week ended September 6, 1913, was found plague infected, but one squirrel from Contra Costa County, which was shot during the pre

rious week, was plague infected.

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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended Sept. 6, 1913.

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California-Oakland and San Francisco-Rabies in Animals. Surg. Long, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended September 20, 1913, 12 cases of rabies in dogs had been notified in Oakland, and 1 case in San Francisco, Cal.;

TETANUS.
During the week ended September 6, 1913, tetanus was reported
by cities as follows: Baltimore, Md., 1 death; Boston, Mass., 1 death;
Bridgeport, Conn., 1 case.

SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS.

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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended Sept. 6, 1913.

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Over 500,000 inhabitants:

Baltimore, Md.
Boston, Mass.
Chicago, Ill.

Cleveland, Ohio.
From 300,000 to 500,000 inhabit-
ants:

Buffalo, NY
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Newark, N.J.
New Orleans, La.
Washington, D.C..

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