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California-Squirrels Collected and Examined.
During the week ended November 22, 1913, 5 squirrels from Ala-
meda County were examined for plague infection. "None was found
plague infected.

PNEUMONIA.
City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 29, 1913.

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RABIES.

California-San Francisco and Vicinity-Rabies in Animals.

Surg. Long, of the Public Health Service, reported by telegraph that during the week ended December 13, 1913, cases of rabies in dogs had been reported in San Francisco, Cal., and vicinity, as follows: San Francisco 2, Oakland 5, Berkeley 1, and Alameda 1.

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Washington-Rabies in Animals.

The State Board of Health of Washington reported November 19, 1913, concerning the outbreak of rabies among animals, which made its first appearance about the middle of September, 1913, as follows:

In Pierce County clinical diagnosis of rabies had been made in 7 dogs.

In King County microscopical verification of rabies had been made in 1 dog at Wilburton and in another at Renton. It was stated that the dog at Wilburton had bitten 6 dogs and 4 hogs, all of which had died of rabies.

From microscopical examinations made in the State board of health laboratory the presence of negri bodies had been demonstrated in 7 dogs.

Six persons bitten by known rabid animals had received treatment from the State board of health.

In the city of Tacoma microscopical examinations showed the presence of negri bodies in 25 dogs. In a herd of 15 cattle examined at Tacoma 8 were reported as positively affected with rabies. The number of animals in which the clinical diagnosis of rabies had been made by veterinarians was stated to be about 75; none of these was verified by laboratory tests. It was stated that 30 persons bitten by known rabid animals had been given antirabic treatment.

In the city of Seattle positive clinical diagnosis of rabies had been made in 132 dogs, and during the period from September 10 to October 30, 1913, 39 dogs had been examined in the city laboratory. Negri bodies were found present in 29 of these dogs.

During the period from October 6 to 30, 1913, 13 persons in Seattle were reported as having been bitten by dogs known to have rabies. All received antirabic treatment.

TETANUS.

During the week ended November 29, 1913, tetanus was notified by cities as follows: Baltimore, Md., 1 death; Cambridge, Mass., 1 case; Cleveland, Ohio, 1 case with 1 death.

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SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS.

Mississippi Report for October, 1913. The State Board of Health of Mississippi reported that during the month of October, 1913, there had been reported in that State 20 cases of scarlet fever, 55 cases of measles, and 115 cases of diphtheria.

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Wisconsin Report for November, 1913. The State Board of Health of Wisconsin reported that during the month of November, 1913, there had been reported in that State 213 cases of scarlet fever, 264 cases of measles, and 268 cases of diphtheria.

City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 29, 1913.

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Over 500,000 inhabitants:

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

St. Louis, Mo..
From 300,000 to 500,000 inhabit-
ants:

Buffalo, N. Y..
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Los Angeles, Cal..
Milwaukee, Wis..
Newark, N.J..
New Orleans, La.

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

Jersey City, N.J.
Providence. R.I..

Seattle, Wash..
From 100,000 to 200,000 inhabit-
ants:

Bridgeport, 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 100,000 inhabit-
ants:

Altoona, Pa.
Bayonne, N.J.
Brockton, Mass.
Camden, N.J..
Erie, Pa.
Evansville, Ind.
Harrisburg, Pa.
Hartford, Conn.
Hoboken, N.J..
Johnstown, Pa.
Kansas City, Kans,
Lawrence, Mass.
Lynn, Mass..

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

City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 29, 1913--Continued.

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From 50,000 to 100,000 inhabit-
ants-Continued.

Manchester, N. H..
New Bedford, Mass..
Passaic, N.J..
Saginaw, Mich.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Schenectady, N. Y
South Bend, Ind..
Springfield, nl.
Springfield, Mass.
Trenton, N.J.
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Yonkers, N. Y
From 25,000 to 50,000 inhabi-
tants :

Atlantic City, N.J.
Auburn, N.
Aurora, m.
Austin, Tex..
Binghamton, N. Y.
Brookline, Mass.
Chelsea, Mass..
Chicopee, Mass.
Danville, m.
East Orange, N.J.
Elmira, N. Y
Everett, Mass.
Fitchburg, Mass.
Haverhill, Mass
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Knoxville, Tenn.
La Crosse, Wis.
Lancaster, Pa.
Lexington, Ky.
Lynchburg, Va.
Malden, Mass.
Mount Vernon, N. Y
Newcastle, Pa?
Newport, Ky.
Newton, Mass.
Niagara Falls, N. Y
Norristown, Pa.
Orange, N.'J.
Pasadena, Cal..
Pittsfield, Mass.
Portsmouth, Va.
Racine, Wis.
Roanoke, Va.
Sacramento, Cal..
San Diego, Cal.
South Omaha, Nebr
Superior, Wis
Taunton, Mass.
Waltham, Mass
West Hoboken, N. J.
Wheeling, W. Va.
Wilmington, N. C...
York, Pa.

Zanesville, Ohio.
Less than 25,000 inhabitants:

Alameda, Cal.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Beaver Falls, Pa.
Braddock, Pa.
Cambridge, Ohio.
Clinton, Mass
Coffeyville, Kans.
Columbus, Ind.
Concord, N. H.
Cumberland, Ma.
Dunkirk, N.Y.
Franklin, N.H.
Harrison, N.J.

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SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS Contd.

City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 29, 1913—Continued.

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