Bulletin of the North Carolina State Board of Health Volume 3

Bulletin of the North Carolina State Board of Health Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...in very good condition. Columbus--l)r Isaac Jackson, Whiteville. The geneial sanitary condition of the county will aveiage good. Malarial fever has prevailed in some sections of the county and I have had three cai"es of typhoid fever, but of a mild type, in my piactite, and I have heard of no others. Sanitary condition of public bnildings is good. A county hospital is in course of erection which will be an ornament to the county. - Cumberland--Dr. Jas. W. Hodges, Fayetteville. Nothing but malarial diseases prevailed, with a few cases of typhoid fever. The sanitation of public buildings is good. The County Board of Health met during the month and inaugurated some improvements on the methods of sanitary work. Currituc/t.-Dr. F. W. Ritter, Moyock. General health of county for September was good; less than the usual amount of malaria. One case of hemorrhagic fever and two cases of typho-malaria, all ending in recovery. No epidemic. Condition of jail good. Very few paupers. We will, I think, have a very healthy autumn. Davidson--Dr. R. L. Payne, Jr., Lexington. The health of the county was better than for several seasons past; much less malaria. No epidemics. Sanitary condition of public buildings is yood, except jail which is so constructed it cannot be kept free from filth. Duplin--No report for September. Durham--Dr. N. M. Johnson, Durham. The health of the county has been very good, with only some cases of malaria, and 4 or 5 cases of diphtherial in county, with 2 deaths from that cause, so far as I can learn. Edgecombe--Dr. Julian M. Baker, Tarboro. New jail only completed. Forsyth--Dr. D. N. Dalton, Winston, N. C. Sanitary condition of county good. Sanitary condition of public buildings very good. Franklin--Dr. E. S. Foster, Louisburg....show more

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  • Paperback | 50 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236528328
  • 9781236528322