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ï~~ Report of Physicians of tEastern, Western nd Colored iDistricts EASTERN DISTRICT WESTERN DISTRICT. Visits to Workhouse.................... a Visits to Almshaouse................. Patients treated at W'-tk house............ iso Prescriptions given at same....... Visits to city poor.............e6 Visits to city poor................... Office consultation to same:............ 10o Office consultation to same........ Policemen treated................. 0 Poie e reated.__..____ 19 x 13 Fire men, treated.................10 Vadclnat ions............... 0 Firemen treated......................... Vaccinations............................ '251 HEALTH AND HYGIENE ~-BULLETIN OF-1 ADEPART NT OF HEALTH, LOUISVILLE, KY. T.9 ) R. T. H. BAKER. Health Officer DR. ELLIS OWEN. Asst Health Officer DR. VERNON ROBINS. Chemist R. C. HARDIN. Chief, Division of Sanitation DR. E. HARRIS FISCHER. Chief. Milk and Food Division DR. WM. F. RIEDE, Chief Meat Inspector V...AUGUST 1919 SERIES 104 EDITORIAL. CO1,01R+D DISTRICT Visits, to city poor.........................3t4 Office visits............................... r Vaccinations............................ f Visits to Health Office.......................... MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS No. of schools visited.....................885 No. of pupils excluded................... 8111.No. of pupilisexaminted...........19 289 No, recommnded for treatment.............108t8 No. of pupils vaccinated....................118 SCHOOL. NURSES New visits made to hiomes.....................Schoola Visited........................... 216 Re-visita muade tc. homes.................. 57 No children treated at clite....... IMP New examinations................ 151 88 No. children sent to private ptyntciant.... iso 'I havo systexnatically tried to. turn' fiction to the good account of showing the, preventable wretchedness and misery in which. the masses of the, people dwell and.-of.expressing again' and 'again the convictious, founded upon'observation,.that the. reform: 'of: their='habitations " must.precede all other reforms, and that. without it all other reforms must tail:"--CHARILES D CKrTS. LABORATORY REPORT Examination of Water-...._.;..........._.-___.. 2 Not conforming -to standard A. P. H. A........ -Examination Louisville City Water........_....... 1+'o. sot conforming to Standard A. P. H. A Chenmieal examnation of Milk.................._ P6 "Bact.s eamdnation of Mlk.......--_........._t._.. } Bc8.mliexalsston of Cream......._... 18l6 Cheini. examination of Iee Cream........ _.... off Bat:e amtatfos of Ins Cream_....----.------- 20 Excamination of other Food Sternaf...a................. 1 N.ira......v........._...._...--.-...........__..5. 8 I~xl~mnhation o putum, for B. tubercslosla......-.__... 2 F srninstlon of, nose aod throat-estiltures for B. Na.positive ~...-.:_._.................. Widl~e~imnatoci-k. y............. -......_.... Widai examination for 5, Pars A.............._......... I No. positiv....................................0 - Widal examination for B. Para B................. I No. positive............ -...... 0 Examination foces 'for B. Typhosus.............. 4 No. postlve................................... 1?xabinniionos pinal fluid for M. intrareti. 'senluugitidja........................... No. positive.e.........................eo Examination culturs of. post nasal secretion for M. intraceit. xoeiogitiin _.........._..-....... i Examination, of= gooooceus......._........................ 4 Examination blood3 smear for maair............ 5 No. positive........._................... 0 Examination of feces for antmal parsittes.......... 5 No.:positive..._...._................ a "Madieo-legal examinationa.:............_._. t L Mites lansoua.............i Tubes of culture media prepared................ 9(81l I -J DEATHS...f..y -....... 'ho' total. number of doaths from all causes' in' the' city foor the year ending August 31, 1519, was 5,155., While Louisville: does: not claim to he the most healthy city; in the United States and:her: Health Departmnt. does. not attempt "to juggle returns'. by: exclud-' ing from its. morta~llty= tabulation 'deaths of -non-residents, babies.under one, Week. violent or' suicidal deaths, as is done in:some other.cities n,order to present an apparently lovy death: 'rate,. yet. it "points: to ita death rate--slightly above.14 per cent,. per 1,000 inhabitants,. white: and colored- and challenges comparison with any other. city of,approxlimat~esize -A comparative: list showinjg.tbe death rate per.1.000 inhabitants, death rate per 1-,000 white.inhabitants. and death' rate. pex 1,000..colored inhabitants: K. - Population,, 225,053:1 1903 Death rate -per:1,000 inhabitants............::--.........16.80 Death rate per 1.000. inhabitants.,-White.-.........14.90 Death rate per.1,000 inhabitants, colored........................... 24..78 i "y F:4. C' Â~ 'lt rr r} {a.t.} Y",A..." ++1 ir,, "t-.. -,,,w;li Isms- -iAw

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