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ï~~ Report of City Physician for Aug., 1922 Number of Visits.........................................................726 City Department Calls............................................................... 97 Examined to enter Fire Dept........................................................... 0 Examined to enter Police Dept.............................................................. 0 Venereal Clinics..................................................................is Civil Service Examination................................................................. 0 Isolation Hospital North Fuller, between Michigan and Leonard Streets Report for Aug. 1922 Cases on hand Aug. 1st, 1922 Erysipelas............................,........................................... 0 Diphtheria............................................................. 0 Smallpox............................................................0 Scarlet Fever............................................................. 5 Erysipelas admitted.........................................................0 Erysipelas discharged..............................................................0 Erysipelas Died.......................................................... 0 Diphtheria Cases aamitted during month........................................ 4 Diphtheria Cases discharged during month................................................ 3 Diphtheria died during month................................................ 0 Smallpox Cases admitted during month................................................... 0 Smallpox Cases discharged during month............................................. 0 Small Pox died........................................................... 0 Scarlet Fever Cases admitted during month............................................... 5 Scarlet Fever Cases discharged during month.............................................. 5 Scarlet Fever Died................................................................, 0 Streptoccocus Sore Throat admitted............................................2 Streptoccocus Sore Throat discharged................................................. 2 Cases on hand Aug. 31, 1922 Erysipelas................................................................. 0 Diphtheria......................................................................... 1 Sm allpox........................................................................ 0 Scarlet Fever.................................................................... 5 Streptoccocus Sore Throat........................................................... 0 Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Report for Aug.. 1922 Patients in-Sanatorium first day of month................................................... 34 "s admitted during month.................................................... 7 "f discharged during month quiescent................................................... 1 discharged during month arrested.......................................... 0 discharged during month improved............................................. 0 discharged during month not improved.............................................. 0 died during month...................................................... 1 In Sanatorium last day of month.....................................................589 Report of SchoolNurses for Aug., 1922 School Visits......................................................................... Defects Reported........................................................ Visits to Hom es.......................................................................... Physical examinations...................................................... Excluded................................................................................ Report of Clinic for Infant Feeding for Aug., 1922 Number of Stations......2 Babies Registered........................................................3248 Number of Clinics held................................................................... 17 Total Attendance.........................................................362 Nurses Calls............................................................. 919 Children Registered at Pre-school Clinics.................................................59 Report of Bacteriologist for Aug., 1922 Neestive Pesitive Total Diphtheria, Cultures examined for diagnosis.............................. 47 9 56.o 4 "4 "4 release................................. 10,3 13 Sputum examinations........................................... 39 12 51 W idal tests made.................................................... 0 0 1 Water Analysis....................................................0 0 9 Miscellaneous examinations............................................. 0 0 0 Total...................................................... 130 Plumbing Inspectors Report for Aug., 1922 Estimated Cost of Plumbing installed..................................... $ 84,525.00 Number of Permits issued................................................ 177 Number of Tests Made................................................................ 223 Number of Sewers Inspected..................................................... 0 Number of Complaints investigated...................................................... 7 Number of Final Inspections Made....................................................... 0 Total................................... 230 Grand Rapids, Michigan DEPTn OF PUBLIC WELFARE A. E. DAVIDSON, Director MONTHLY BULLETIN ISSUED BY THE HEALTH DIVISION C. C. SLEMONS, M. D. Health Officer. August 1922 BUREAUS City Physician...........................A fH Edwards, M. D. Supervisor of Tuberculosis Division............Eugene N. Nesbitt, M. D. Medical Examiner of Schools.....................E. W. Schnoor, M. D. Bacteriological Department............ Lloyd C. Billings, Bacteriologist. City Hospitals...................Margaret Anway, R. N. Superintendent Meat & Milk Inspection Department..... M. H. Sheffield, Chief Inspector. Plumbing Inspection Department... Henry N. Thompson, Chief Inspector. HEALTH AND OTHER STATISTICS Population, 1921................. 141,197 No. telephones used in city............27,266 Death Rate per 1,000 for 1921...... 10.8 No. public and private hospitals.......... 10 Birth Rate per 1,000 for 1921........ 23.9 Newspapers..............3 daily, 29 weekly Area of City in square miles....... 18 Total assessed valuation, 1920.......$197,814.968 Area of City Parks in acres........ 457 Tax Rate.............................$20.01 Value of City Parks, 1920...... $1,276,675.00 Public works, value...............4,901,040.00 Bonded Indebtedness.. $4,124,359.41 Schools......... Public 42, Private7, Parochial 29 No. street lights.................. 1550 School Census between ages of 5 and 20.. 3627 Boulevard Lights................ 2642 Enrollment in Public Schools............ 20,106 Comparative Table of Deaths by Months Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1916..... 183 164 157 155 14510i 1 136 103 1-0' 122 ~4 148 1917. 213 158 205 193 200 143 127 111 118 145 126 ~I~ 1918..... 171 147 160 209 155 122 125 132 185 174 206 292 199.... 169 133 178 168 147 119 115 96 116 137 143 154 1920...... 147 288 195 168 204 157 119 120 121 181 14 161 12.... 181 145 151 128 181 115 136 129 117 140 149 150 1922.. 18 164 176 147 167 123 112 110

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