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Number of deaths and annual rates per 1,000 at large camps in United States, week ended

Feb. 14, 1919.

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5,358 5, 400 1,778 4,378 8, 476 7, 691 4,897 5, 754 6, 720 4,086 5,067 4,713 4,771 2, 275 9,095 8, 497 17,593 13, 767

2, 781 16,895 10, 472 18,371 10, 225 12,753 1,992 4, 896

997 17,050 14,588 12, 795 11,232 14, 368 19, 499 11,336 16, 123

5,152 32, 653 6,051 6, 890 41, 552 12, 662 38, 195

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Bowie.
Fremont.
Greene
Hancock
Kearny.
Logan..
MacArthur.
McClellan.
Serier.
Shelby
Sheridan,
Wadsworth.
Whoeler ,
Custer.
Devens.
Dix
Dodge
Eustis.
Funston.
Gordon.
Grant.
Humphreys.
Jackson.
J. E. Johnston.
Henry Knox
Las Casas,
Lee.
Lewis
Mexie.
Pike.
Sherman.
Tavlor
Travis.
Upton.
Northeastern Department.
Eastern Department
Southeastern Department
Central Department.
Southern Department
Western Department
Aviation camps.
Port of embarkation:

Hoboken.

Newport News. All others...

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Pneumonia.
Dysentery
Malaria.
Venereal.
Paraty phoid.
Typhoid.
Measles.
Meningitis.
Searlet lever.
Influenza.

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17.09 0.16 1.33 79.49 0.0 1. 16 6. 75 0.66 6.83 53. 13

17. 10 0.62 0. 69 39. 93 0.0 0.07 8.86 0.02 7.30 56. 59

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RECIPROCAL NOTIFICATION.

Minnesota.

Cases of communicable diseases referred during January, 1919, to other Slate health depart

ments by Department of Health of the State of Minnesota.

Disease and locality of notifi

cation.

Referred to health authority of

Why referred.

Scarlet ferer: Minneapolis Bealth De Valley, Vernon County, Wis.... Mother and 2 children exposed partment, Hennepin

to scarlet fever while visiting County

in Minneapolis. Baldwin Township, St. Croix County, Farmer sick with scarlet fever Wis. (P. O. Woodville).

1 day after arrival from Wis.

consin.
Tuberculosis:
Mayo Clinie, Rochester, Chandler, Maricopa County, Ariz.; Po- 4 advanced, 5 moderately ad-
Olmsted County,

catello, Bannock County,., Idaho: vanced, 1 incipient, and I ap-
Galesburg, Knox County, ill.; East parently arrested cases left
Moline, Rock Island County, II.; Oak- Mayo Clinie for homes.
ville, Louisa County, Iowa; Ironwood,
Gogebic County, Mich., Bowling
Green, route No. 7, Pike County, Mo.;
Cooperstown, Griggs County, N. Dak..
Ashton, Spink County, S. Dak.; Fort
Worth, Tarrant County, Tex.; Winni.

peg, Manitoba, Canada. Pokegema Sanatorium, Forest City, Winnebago County, Iowa; 2 open cases left sanatorium for Pine County.

Wishek, McIntosh County, N. Dak. homes. Ottertail County Sanato | Wibanx, Wibaux County, Mont. Fatal case removed from sanarium, Ottertail County.

torium to home. Deerwood Sanatorium, Minot, Ward County, N. Dak.. Open caso lest sanatorium for Crow Wing County.

home. Thomas Hospital, Minne- St. Olaf, Clayton County, Iowa; Souris, 1 open case left hospital; 2 fatal apolis, Hennepin Coun- Bottineau County, N. 'Dak.; Hollan- cases removed from hospital dale, Iowa County, Wis.

to homes. Typhoid fever: St. Paul Health Depart. Waco, McLennan County, Tex... Lived at Waco, Tex., 3 weeks ment, Ramsay County.

previous to being taken sick. Portage, Columbia County, Wis. Lived at Portage, Wis., 3 weeks

previous to being taken sick.

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CURRENT STATE SUMMARIES.

Telegraphic Reports for Week Ended Feb. 22, 1919. Alabama.-State totals: Typhoid fever 4, malaria 2, smallpox 18, measles 36, scarlet fever 3, diphtheria 7, meningitis 3, influenza 366.

Arkansas.-State totals: Influenza 110, smallpox 22, meningitis 2, malaria 8, diphtheria 2, chicken pox 33, measles 10, tuberculosis 8.

California. --Influenza: Cases reported in State 364. Smallpox: Chico 7, Tulare County 1, Long Beach 3, Los Angeles 3, Marysville 2, San Francisco 4, Fresno County 1, Madera County 1. Typhoid fever: Los Angeles 2, Berkeley 2, San Francisco 1. Cerebrospinal meningitis: Eldorado County 1, San Francisco 1.

Connecticut.--Cerebrospinal meningitis: New Haven 1, Waterbury 1. Total influenza cases reported 340.

Florida.-Reports indicate no unusual prevalence of disease. Only 25 cases of influenza reported.

Mlinois.-Diphtheria 154; of which in Chicago 117, Streator 6. Scarlet fever 118; of which in Chicago 57, Quincy 7, Naperville 7, Valley Township (Stark County) 7, Wosung Township (Ogle County) 5. Smallpox 55; of which in Pekin 15, Mount Sterling 5, Urbana 4,

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Elgin 4, Peoria 4. Meningitis: Chicago 5, Wilmette 1. Poliomyelitis: Chicago 1. Gonorrhea 193, syphilis 105, influenza 1,680 (of which in Chicago 498). Recrudescence of influenza noted in the following Illinois communities: Calhoun County; Hamburg precinct 18, Montrose 20; Hamilton County-Beaver Creek Township 31; Jackson County_Elk Township 19, Warren 33; Livingston CountyFayette Township 33, Woodstock 15; Monroe County-Prairie DuLong precinct 14; Peoria County-Millbrook Township 62, Duquoin 52; Richland County-Preston Township 52; Saline County—Independence Township 80; Shelby County-Herrick Township 48, Springfield 47.

Indiana. Scarlet fever: Present in Hendricks County. Diphtheria: Fountain County 3, Floyd 2, Grant 4, White 1, Marshall 1, Posey 1, Rush 1, Howard 4, Randolph epidemic. Syphilis 21, gonorrhea 23, chancroid 1. Rabies present in Martin and Clark Counties.

Iowa-Chancroid: Council Bluffs 1, Sioux City 1. Diphtheria: Clinton 1, Davenport 1, Des Moines 10, Dubuque 1, Iowa City 1, Ottumwa 1. Gonorrhea: Audubon 1, Boone 1, Burlington 1, Correctionville 5, Council Bluffs 10, Davenport 9, Des Moines 9, Dubuque 2, Gowrie 1, Marshalltown 1, Mason City 14, Sioux City 5, Ute 1. Measles: Northwood 1. Mumps: Northwood 2. Scarlet fever: Boone 1, Burlington 1, Des Moines 8, Goodell 1, Ottosen 1, Pella 1, Seymour 1. Smallpox: Cedar Rapids 4, Davenport 2, Des Moines 1, Dubuque 1, Farley 1, Ottumwa 1. Syphilis: Boone 1, Davenport 2, Des Moines 1, Dubuque 1, Marshalltown 1, Mason City 1, Sioux City 2. In rural districts of following counties: Diphtheria: Union 1. Scarlet fever: Davis 1, Franklin 1, Hancock 1, Marion 1, Marshall 1, Pottawattamie 3. Smallpox: Des Moines 2, Page 1. Influenza cases reported 276.

Kansas.-State totals: Typhoid fever 3, smallpox 48, diphtheria 24, scarlet fever 56, influenza 2,860.

Louisiana.--State totals: Influenza 291, meningitis 3, smallpox 77, diphtheria 12, scarlet fever 2.

Maine.-Chicken pox: Auburn 5, East Liverpool 1. Diphtheria: Friendship 1, Portland 1, Thomaston 1, Bradley 1. German measles: Portland 4. Gonorrhea: Canton 1, Peru 1, Sanford 1, Sumner 1, Turner 1, Camden 2, Bath 11, Augusta 5, Dover 2, Portland 6, Lewiston 2, Waterville 21, Ashland 1. Measles: Unity 2. Scarlet fever: Portland 5, Auburn 1, East Liverpool 1, Washburn 1. Smallpox: Frenchville 3, Guerette 18, Fort Kent 5, Katahdin Iron Works 2, Lewiston 1. Syphilis: Lewiston 3, Bangor 1, Bath 1, Portland 9, Auburn 1, Waterville 2, Augusta 2, Ashland 1. Typhoid fever: Portland 1, Foxcroft 2. State totals: Tuberculosis 15, influenza 64.

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Massachusetts.-Unusual prevalence. Diphtheria: Boston 39, Somerville 9. Measles: Fall River 32, Staunton 9. Scarlet fever: Gloucester 8, Holyoke 12. Typhoid fever: Lawrence 7.

Minnesota.—Smallpox (new foci): Faribault County, Blue Earth, 4; Kanabec County, Comfort Township, 2. State totals: Syphilis 57 cases, gonorrhea 85 cases, chancroid 3 cases.

New Jersey. Influenza cases reported 1,151. Pneumonia cases reported 312. No unusual prevalence of other diseases.

New York.-Outside of New York City State totals: Typhoid fever 14, measles 214 (slight increase), scarlet fever 148, diphtheria 142 (both show decrease). Smallpox: Union Springs 1, Buffalo 1, Kenmore 1. Cerebrospinal meningitis: Buffalo 1. Anthrax: Binghamton 1. Pneumonia cases 176. Voluntary reports: Syphilis 180, gonorrhea 39.

North Carolina. State totals: Whooping cough 87, measles 143, diphtheria 18, scarlet fever 13, septic sore throat 3, smallpox 45, chicken pox 21, typhoid fever 9, broncho-pneumonia 39, lobar pneumonia 42, trachoma 2, syphilis 13, gonorrhea 39. Influenza by counties: Alamance 22, Bertie 139, Clay 2, Cleveland 88, Cumberland 20, Davidson 135, Durham 1, Franklin 2, Gaston 6. City of Charlotte 45.

Okio. --Smalipox: Epidemic in Miami Valley; Dennison, Tuscarawas County, 17 cases. Scarlet fever: Lima, Allen County, 15 cases. Trachoma: Green County Children's Home 6 cases.

Oregon. - Influenza: Portland 35 cases (4 deaths), Clackamas 11 cases, Marion 6, Multnomah 1, Union 4, Wasco 1.

Vermont.--Eighteen towns report 345 cases influenza. No other outbreak or unusual prevalence. Virginia.-Influenza reported in State 233 cases.

One case smallpox at Norfolk.

Washington.--No unusual outbreaks. Smallpox: Wenatchee 1 case, Seattle 7, Puyallup 13, Tacoma 9, Pierce County 3, Yakima 14. Influenza: Seattle 36 cases.

ANTHRAX.

City Report for Week Ended Feb. 8, 1919.

During the week ended February 8, 1919, one case of anthrax and one death were reported in Hartford, Conn.

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Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Feb. 22, 1919.

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