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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
TWENTY-FOURTH REPORT
MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS
FOR  THE
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30th, 1935
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OP THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1936.  Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., January 31st, 1936.
To His Honour J. W. Fordham Johnson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Report of the Medical Inspection of Schools
for the year ended June 30th, 1935.
G. M. WEIR,
Provincial Secretary.  REPORT ON MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS.
Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., January 31st, 1936.
The Honourable G. M. Weir, M.A., D.Paed.,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Herewith I beg leave to hand you the Twenty-fourth Report of the Medical Inspection of Schools for the Province of British Columbia.
At the beginning of the year we are reporting, we were looking forward to a year of
progress in all branches of public-health work, and we are very pleased indeed to be able to
say that not only in our school-work, in our health units, but in the different branches of the
public-health work, particularly the dental and tuberculosis work, we have made not only a
remarkable progress, but have laid the foundation, which is most important, of providing for
an extension of the work not only in the lines mentioned, but in other branches of the work.
Progress in public-health work is not spectacular. It is a slow uphill progress with many
angles to consider, and particularly to endeavour to present our subject to the general public
in such a way that we will receive their unanimous support.
Whilst the work in British Columbia has been, to an onlooker, probably slow, yet to those
interested and to those who understand the difficulty of influencing the public opinion we
can look back to a solid foundation upon which to build our future work, and the impetus that
we have received from yourself, Sir, augurs well for the enlargement of the present work and
brings to those immediately concerned the pleasant prospect of seeing your visions materialized.
We have adhered strictly to our basic principle; that is, prevention of disease. We do
not expect to change the life-habits of adults, but we do know that we are training the rising
generation in the steps that they should follow in regard to themselves, and also in regard to
their relation to not only their surroundings, but particularly to the influence of one upon
another. This process is accomplishing much, not only in bringing about the results that we
are hoping for, but particularly is the influence of this work upon the younger members of the
family redounding to our benefit from the fact that " out of the mouths of babes and sucklings
shall come forth perfected praise." It is this demonstration of the beneficial effects upon
the younger generation that the influence on their elders is showing such an effect that it
becomes probably more easy to secure the attention of the adults.
We have centred our public-health teaching-work on the populace, using the schools as a
basis. It is the best approach to the home, and the counsel given the parents is illustrated by
the children of the family as examples of what can be done when the rules and regulations
of the improvement of the daily life of the pupil is shown.
We dealt in our last Annual Report with the criticisms that arise from isolated cases which
are held up as horrible examples. While the reports from the different schools show a continuance of defects, yet it must be remembered that we are continually adding to our school population, and in the entering class a few years ago we found the existence of defects which were
allowed to continue until the pupil entered school. In order to correct this, we have instituted
our " well-baby clinics " and have induced the mothers to bring their children not because they
are ill, but in order that they may be advised as to how to keep the child in a healthy state.
The incipient defects are discovered and corrective measures brought about by the parents
following the advice given by our public-health nurses, or public-health teachers as we prefer
to call them. The result of this is shown in the fact that we have averaged about 40 per cent,
of correction of defects of the entering classes.
The people who really understand the worth of this work are the teachers who have the
daily care of their pupils. The correction of the defects has allowed the mental qualities of
the pupils, which had been overshadowed by the physical defects, to show that our children
are not, as some have said, backward, but are possessed of more than average ability.
We have been able to save the child needless absence from school when exposed to infection, by allowing him to attend during the incubation period of such infection, which, of course,
redounds to the advantage of an uninterrupted teaching-year. Where a child is absent through
sickness or from infectious disease for three to five weeks, a teacher will tell you that that year
is practically lost to the child.
To show that we are carrying this out, I would append a table showing the increase in
attendance for the past ten years, and it is illuminating to notice that for three years previous CC 6
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to the introduction of the full-time Health Unit in charge of the schools, the average attendance
has jumped from 81.92 to 92.73 per cent, for last year.
This is a repetition of figures which we have published from time to time, and the present
table shows that since the inception of our work the average attendance has not fallen below
92 per cent., as against 81 per cent, previous to our work.
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1924-25
93.08
89.10
88.10
85.30
84.30
79.70
76.80
74.70
74.02
74.10
81.92
1925-26
94.30
89.70
90.30
88.70
80.20
77.80
76.70
79.40
76.80
75.90
82.98
1926-27
93.30
91.30
87.20
84.20
78.40
79.90
81.70
77.70
79.20
76.90
82.98
1927-28
93.50
91.60
93.20
89.20
91.20
92.40
92.90
92.80
95.80
92.20
93.48
1928-29
94.70
93.90
92.50
93.30
88.60
90.50
94.01
93.60
90.80
92.90
92.48
Full-time
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in charge
1929-30
94.70
93.10
92.90
94.10
87.60
88.30
93.00
93.20
93.20
93.80
92.40
1930-31
95.50
93.30
95.20
95.80
94.60
92.40
92.60
94.40
94.50
91.50
93.98
1931-32
95.20
96.30
94.30
94.42
92.70
92.60
93.33
94.77
95.74
91.90
94.12
1932-33
96.00
94.50
86.20
92.37
93.90
91.13
92.31
93.85
94.00
92.30
92.656
1933-34
94.10
93.00
93.80
93.45
90.70
91.50
92.90
93.95
92.99
93.10
92.944
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1934-35
93.16
94.20
95.60
92.80
90.00
91.85
88.06
93.12
93.99
94.68
92.73
The establishment of our full-time Health Units for public-health work in the community
is demonstrated by the results that we are obtaining from these same full-time Health Units
in different parts of the Province, and I have much pleasure in appending a report from the
full-time Medical Health Officer in the Peace River country.
The Peace River country is a district lying in the north-east section of the Province, consisting of a very large area, with a population of about 9,000 and a school population of about
1,300. This district is shut off in regard to transportation and communication with other
districts. The general facilities were such as is found in a new slice of country, which may
be described as absolutely of the pioneering type without close connection with the other parts
of the Province. Recognizing these shut-in conditions, it was determined to put in a full-
time Health Unit with a complete staff.
I can refer you to the accompanying report from Dr. Cull to show what can be done by
beginning with a full-time trained staff and a new territory, and the amount of work is shown
by the account given of the divisions of the work and the subjects which are dealt with.
We are particularly proud of the success of our dental clinics. This work, which shows
an immediate result of the treatments given, is a practical demontration that the people appreciate. There were no dentists in the district, but immediately following the introduction of
the Unit there shows that, out of the 1,300 school-children, 1,005 were treated.
To the thoughtful parent, the figures that are given in this report must convey a very
sound argument indeed of the policies that have been adopted by the Government.
PEACE RIVER HEALTH UNIT.
Pouce Coupe, B.C., January 14th, 1936.
Dr. H. E. Young,
Provincial Health Officer,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to present herewith the first annual report of the Peace River Health Unit.
In view of the fact that this Unit has only been in operation for four months, this report shows
a smaller amount of work done under certain headings than would otherwise be expected.
Much of the time has been spent in organization-work, learning the peculiarities of the country, studying the problems involved, and getting some of the major phases of the programme
started on a firm footing. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 7
HEALTH UNIT ORGANIZATION.
The Peace River Health Unit was organized during the summer of 1935 and started work
on September 1st, 1935. It replaced the two part-time Health Officers who had been doing the
work in the past; and two district nurses who had been here previously were taken on the
staff. The population served is estimated as 9,000, with a school population of approximately
1,300.
The personnel of the Unit consists of a Director, who is Health Officer and School Medical
Inspector for the Peace River District; four full-time Public Health Nurses, who carry out
a generalized public-health nursing programme, including school-nursing. No routine bedside-
nursing is carried on by the Health Unit staff. In addition to this there are three part-time
co-operating nurses, located in the more isolated parts of the district, who take charge of the
school-nursing in these areas. The full-time personnel co-operate with these other nurses
in an attempt to give as full a nursing service as possible to the people of these more distant
parts.
All full-time members of the staff have Unit cars for summer travel and arrangements
are made for the use of team and driver for winter travel.
These members have all received training in public health, as has also one of the
co-operating nurses.
The Unit is also able to obtain the services of members of the B.C. Provincial Police to
act as Sanitary Inspectors in the area served.
The organization here differs somewhat from the usual Health Unit, in that it is closely
related to and linked up with the Department of Education. The Inspector of Schools, who
is the representative of the Department of Education and also the Official Trustee for the
schools under the Consolidation Scheme, acts as Business Administrator of the Health Unit.
As such he controls the financial and business transactions of the Unit, and this gives the
Medical Director a little more time to devote to field-work.
The annual budget is approximately $13,000, one-quarter of which is furnished by a grant
from the Rockefeller Foundation. A considerable sum of money was saved by the consolidation of schools under the Official Trustee, and this has been turned over to the Unit budget
by the Department of Education. In addition to this there is the usual grant towards the
nurses' salaries from the Department of Education, the rest of the budget being supplied by
the Provincial Board of Health.
HEALTH UNIT OFFICES.
The district in which the Unit is located is essentially a frontier country and the settlements are widely separated, with only a few people in each. As a result it was found
necessary to locate each full-time member of the staff at a different site which was more or
less central to the area covered. To offset this, monthly conferences are held between the
Director and the various nurses to discuss the work, make plans for the future, and discuss
any suggestions or criticisms in regard to the service as at present constituted. Thus there
are really four divisional offices (nurses), located at Dawson Creek, Progress, Rolla, and
Fort St. John, with the main office in the Director's residence at Pouce Coupe. All these
offices are convenient to the practising physicians. The Unit staff assists the local hospitals
in an advisory capacity when necessary.
GENERAL HEALTH OF THE COMMUNITY.
The general health of the community has been good. The high altitude and rigorous
climate, with an abundance of fresh, dry, smoke-free air, coupled with the fact that there
is only a small amount of intermingling between the various districts, probably accounts for
this feature.
From our experience so far it would appear that this country is singularly free from the
ordinary communicable diseases. To date chicken-pox is the only one that has come to light
since the Unit has been in operation. There were only nine cases in all and isolation and
quarantine readily controlled the spread of this disease.
The south-east corner of our district is in rather close communication with the border
towns of Alberta and gives an opportunity for the spread of communicable disease, but
although poliomyelitis was present in Northern Alberta last fall we were extremely fortunate
in that none reached this district. CC 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
So far no cases of typhoid fever have been reported.
Investigations for contagion   41
Home-visits re contagion   32
Home-visits to T.B. suspects   9
Cases—
Chicken-pox     9
Ringworm   13
Scabies  47
Impetigo   12
VITAL STATISTICS.
In a country such as this, where settlers and trappers may be miles away from their
nearest neighbour, the registration of vital statistics is poor. As part of our programme we
are stressing the importance of notification and registration, and particularly the registration
of births.
As the population is only very approximate and reported figures very uncertain, rates
are of little value. The following figures are given for what they may be worth, and are
for the whole of 1935, in order to form some comparison with subsequent reports:—
South of the Peace River.
(Population, 6,000  (approximate).)
Total Births, Deaths, Still-births, and Marriages, 1935.—Births, 144; deaths, 34; stillbirths, nil;  marriages, 33.
Tuberculosis Deaths (all Forms).—Three.
Infant Mortality.—Number of live births, 144; number of deaths under 1 year, 6; rate
per 1,000 live births, 41.7.
Infant Mortality by Causes of Death.—Diseases of the digestive system, 1; diseases of
the heart, 3;   Caesarean section, 1;  meningitis (T.B.), 1.
Deaths by Ages.—Of the 34 deaths, the greatest concentration occurred in the 40-59 year
group, in which there were 6, and in the 60-79 year group, in which there were 9.
North of the Peace River (exclusive of Hudson Hope Area) .
(Population, 3,000  (approximate).)
Total Births, Deaths, Still-births, and Marriages, 19S5.—Births, 67; deaths, 15; still-
bii-ths, 2 ;   marriages, 13.
Infant Mortality.—Number of live births, 65; number of deaths under 1 year, 4; rate
per 1,000 live births, 61.5.
Deaths by Ages.—No apparent age-group concentration in this area.
INFANT AND CHILD WELFARE.
This is one of the fields in which a great deal of our time has been spent so far; not only
because it is a valuable and important phase of our programme, but because it is an excellent
means of showing the people the type of work we are here to do and some of the results that
may be expected. The Public Health Nurses have done an excellent piece of work in this
regard.
(a.) Pre-natal and Infant Welfare.—With the exception of the two districts where nurses
were working before, no work of this nature had previously been done. Now this work is
extended to the whole district. Permission has been obtained from the local physicians to
visit their pre-natal cases. Also, we have been fortunate in being able to secure the names
of all pre-natal cases from the Relief Officer, where the family is on relief. As a result there
are very few pre-natal cases now that are not visited by the district nurse. The idea of
periodic medical examination and urinalysis is entirely new to these people and is being
constantly stressed by the nurses. More and more pregnant women are asking the nurses
for advice and are learning the value of it.
The names of all reported pregnant women and mothers of infants are sent to the
Provincial Board of Health for the monthly letters. We are seeing the results of these and
they are greatly appreciated by the mothers.
No well-baby clinics have been held yet, but they will start in the first month of the New
Year. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35. CC 9
Pre-natal visits, 66; infant-welfare visits, 146; infants examined, 20.
(&.) Preschool.—This phase of our programme has been constantly stressed since we
started here; at any meetings which the Unit members are addressing this age-group is always
brought up and an attempt made to show the importance of examination and treatment for
a child of this age. Arrangements have now been completed and we intend to hold pre-school
clinics simultaneously with our well-baby clinics beginning next month.
Pre-school visits, 120;   pre-school examinations, 35.
(c.) School.—This part of the programme takes up a great deal of the time of the
personnel, not only because of the examinations, but also because of the difficulties of transportation and the distance to be covered. However, I still feel that the time spent on it is justified.
In some of the outlying districts the children and parents have not seen a doctor for two or
three years; while in others they only see one at the time of the annual school examination.
This makes an excellent occasion on which to discuss and talk over many health matters, and
to answer the eager questions of the parents, and the advice given is certainly appreciated.
The school programme is very broad and includes practically every phase of recognized
procedure, except class-room teaching by the nurses.
Owing to the location of many of the schools the nurses are not able to see all the absentees
before they return, but the co-operation secured from the teachers has been very good.
The teeth of the school-children had been terribly neglected in the past and had resulted
in the premature loss of many six-year molars and other permanent teeth, as discussed in the
separate dental report submitted.    The work done at the dental clinics will be discussed later.
Visits to schools      340
Physical examinations     514
Average per cent, of parents present       63
Children inspected by nurses  2,722
Notes to parents        66
Home-school visits      203
Quick inspections for contagion     763
Exclusions       57
Examined at office       62
Class-room talks      123
Consultations with school officials    248
FOOD-CONTROL.
So far little time has been spent on this phase of our programme, but in the near future
a plan of regular inspection of milk, dairies, butcher-shops, etc., will be worked out.
Needless to say, raw milk is the common thing in this district, but boiling and home-
pasteurization is being continually urged.
In the past drinking-water for the schools has been obtained from a variety of doubtful
sources—dams, creeks, sloughs, melted snow, etc. We are endeavouring to have them all
use river-ice, which is cut in the winter and stored for future use. In this regard we are
extremely fortunate in having the schools consolidated, as any suggestions made to the
Official Trustee are readily acted upon.
SANITATION.
The dry toilet or privy is the main method of sewage-disposal in this district. In a very
few of the better homes there is a chemical toilet, but these are few and far between.
At every opportunity we try to educate the people in regard to the proper construction
and care of these outdoor privies in an attempt to avoid fly-borne infection. This education
is being started with the school-children in the hope that they may carry home some of the
new ideas.
In the next few months it is expected that a multiple system of chemical toilets will be
installed in the largest school of the district, at Dawson Creek.
CLINICS.
(1.)   Well-baby and Pre-school Clinics.—These will begin next month.    Owing to transportation difficulties they will not be held regularly, but will take place at appropriate times
in the various centres of the district. CC 10
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(2.) Toxoid and Vaccination.—Vaccination is done at the schools at the time of the
medical examinations. A considerable amount of toxoiding and vaccination has been done in
the past and at present we are just getting the areas listed where little or none has been done.
It has been interesting to note the number of people among the anti-vaccinationists who accept
toxoid inoculation without a doubt as to its value.
(3.) Chest Clinic.—This district has never been favoured with a visit from the Chest
Clinic, but we are making special note of the children in this regard and tuberculin-testing
will be started shortly in the hope that in 1936 we will be visited by the Provincial Chest
Specialist.
(4.) Dental Clinics.—We were extremely fortunate in having two full-time dentists from
Vancouver appointed for the months of September and October. These men, assisted by the
Unit personnel and local committees, held clinics at five centres south of the Peace River.
North of the river the clinics were held in the individual schools. These clinics were primarily
for school-children, but many pre-school children were also treated. Where transportation
was not available the Unit cars were used.
The teeth of the children were in very poor condition and the visit of the dentists proved
a great boon to this community, and their services and work were greatly appreciated. Also,
it was an excellent way of introducing the Health Unit and its work to the people of this
district. Many of the children had neither seen nor heard of a dentist before and their
remarks re dentists and dentistry were very amusing at times.
The figures for the two months' work are shown below:—■
No. of
Patients
treated.
Fillings.
Extr.
Amalgam.
Cement.
Porcelain.
Treatments.
659
346
749
633
136
61
113
15
834
289
476
338
Totals	
1,005
1,382
197
128
1,123
814
Number transported by Unit personnel, 250;   males treated, 522;   females treated, 483.
LABORATORY SERVICES.
These services are supplied free by the Provincial Board of Health Laboratories in Vancouver for public-health specimens.
We hope in the near future to have a small public-health laboratory at Dawson Creek in
connection with the local hospital there, where a limited amount of work can be done.
LIBRARY.
A small public-health library is being developed in the Director's office for the use of the
Unit personnel and the medical profession. As there is no allowance for this in the budget,
it is at present being supplied by the Director. The usual public-health magazines and
periodicals are supplied in this way and by the Provincial Board of Health.
REACTION OF THE PUBLIC TO THE HEALTH PROGRAMME.
The support and co-operation of the general public with the Health Unit and its programme have been very good. The people have been urgently in need of such a service and
they appear very grateful for what has so far been done. It would seem that the school
examinations in the past have not been as thorough, in some cases, as at present and in many
of the schools the parents were never invited. They appreciate the opportunity of coming to
the school and talking over with the Director and the nurse many health matters in regard to
their children and themselves. More parents each month are bringing their pre-school children
and infants with them to the schools, and a whole family is then examined at one time.
All the nurses report that improved dental hygiene is strikingly apparent on visiting
the schools, and that both children and parents are very interested in dental talks and are
taking better care of their teeth—this as a result of the dental clinics. Also, the number of
children absent because of toothache has decreased considerably. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35. CC 11
CO-OPERATION.
The Unit co-operates with and receives close co-operation from the Official Trustee, the
Relief Officer, the B.C. Provincial Police, and many local organizations.
The medical profession in general have given good support to the Unit personnel.
We wish to sincerely thank the above and all others who have helped to make our work
easier and more productive.
To the Provincial Board of Health and the staff go our sincere thanks and appreciation
for their co-operation and helpful assistance which is at all times so freely given.
Some general statistics follow:—
Hours on duty    3,474
Average daily hours on duty        7.9
Miles travelled—
Car  11,000
Team        675
Horseback        202
Boat       280
Walked        158
Visitors to office       236
Phone calls received         99
Phone calls sent          74
Letters received      226
Letters sent       229
Number transported, other than for dental clinics          37
Nuisance complaints investigated         10
Water samples taken  3
Inspections of water-supply         12
Miscellaneous visits       354
Investigations made        19
Social-welfare visits          59
First aid given        22
Meetings attended         32
Meetings addressed         23
Individual health talks       333
Pieces of public-health literature distributed       261
I have, etc.,
J. S. Cull, M.D., D.P.H.,
Director, Peace River Health Unit.
The table at the end of this report, preceding the general tables, will show that there was
last year a decrease in the percentage of defects of 5.88 per cent, among the pupils of the
rural schools, and when you consider that the facilities for correcting these defects are those
common to a sparsely settled district, we consider that this is a very good argument indeed
for the continuance and increase of our work.
The changes proposed in the education-work which has been given effect to in particular
in two large districts—the Peace River and the Sumas-Matsqui-Abbotsford area—and which
is based on establishment of an Official Trustee in place of the School Boards, has given us a
splendid opportunity to carry out our work.
I have already referred to the Peace River country. The schools in the Matsqui-Sumas-
Abbotsford District have been thoroughly examined medically, a Public Health Nurse established, and dental work carried out after a general survey of all the pupils in this district.
The experience that we have gained from this demonstration opens a vista which we trust will
be developed, and with all due respect to local School Boards we find that where the Government has practically paid for these demonstrations, which have been carried out without
reference to local organizations, it has resulted in a remarkable advance in the way of the
demonstration of what we can do, and the pre-existing School Boards are perfectly satisfied CC 12
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with the developments that have been brought about, and especially in regard to the health
of the community.
In our Annual Report for the Department we will give full accounts in regard to our
new and expanding work of treating tuberculosis. We are carrying out a plan of testing
our school-children as to the existence of tuberculosis. The care of the tubercular patient,
which is always a focus of danger, is being looked after. The Province has been divided into
districts presided over by a full-time Tuberculosis Officer, with public-health nursing assistance, and portable X-rays. Each district is patrolled continually in order to find the " open
case " in the home from which the infection arises. By meeting the existence of this disease
in the beginning and providing for those who are infected, we have made probably one of the
greatest advances in public-health work that has been made in the Dominion.
Details of the examination of each school follow.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. E. YOUNG,
Provincial Health Officer.
SCHOOLS INSPECTED.
Medical Inspectors 	
Reports from Medical Inspectors
154
154
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Not inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Cost per pupil:
Per cent, of defects:
High Schools.
1933-34, 94:  Reported;
1934-35, 96:  Reported
1933-34, 11,163.
1934-35, 12,745.    Increase—1,582
71; not reported, 23.
77; not reported, 19.
Junior High Schools.
1933-34, 14: Reported,    7; not reported, 7.
1934-35, 11:  Reported, 10; not reported, 1.
1933-34, 5,029.
1934-35, 5,957.    Increase—928.
Graded City Schools.
1933-34, 120:  Reported, 115; not reported,    5.
1934-35, 117:  Reported,    98; not reported, 19.
1933-34, 44,800.
1934-35, 40,197.    Decrease—4,603.
Rural Municipal Schools.
1933-34, 169:  Reported, 152; not reported, 17.
1934-35, 167: Reported, 152; not reported, 15.
1933-34, 15,075.
1934-35, 17,054.    Increase—1,979.
Rural and Assisted Schools.
1933-34, 710, at a cost of $14,950.10.
1934-35, 731, at a cost of $15,023.17.
1933-34, 53.
1934-35, 32.
1933-34, 21,217.
1934-35, 21,205.
1933-34, 71 cents.
Decrease—12.
1934-35,
1933-34,
71 cents.
111.29.
1934-35, 105.41.    Decrease—5.88 per cent. STATISTICAL TABLES. CC 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
NORMAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Victoria.
L. MacMillan.
J. H. Moore.
I
83
83
12
HIGH
J. M. McDiarmid.	
92
27
85
15
32
31
12
348
9
38
68
25
174
63
69
110
114
275
508
91
180
13
64
40
12
14
21
110
54
118
169
179
64
120
80
26
85
15
32
31
12
348
9
34
66
24
170
59
64
106
111
245
476
90
180
13
64
40
11
14
21
110
49
108
169
162
60
120
5
5
10
9
3
1
3
3
2
6
1
9
4
1
6
2
1
1
2
3
2
1
1
6
8
1
6
1
1
1
2
2
3
6
21
3
2
8
3
31
2
2
3
4
8
6
3
4
2
16
26
2
7
2
4
3
4
13
5
44
9
13
7
5
23
4
3
3
7
4
5
1
6
14
24
5
20
1
5
9
4
3
5
5
12
43
5
69
6
50
1
4
2
3
9
12
3
2
3
4
8
2
2
4
2
13
Anyox:
Miss K. Blakey	
10
0. G. Ingham	
P. M. Wilson.	
3
35
0. G. Ingham	
R. McCaffrey	
9
Miss C. Tait . _-
11
1
4
2
1
22
3
3
11
3
2
2
10
4
3
3
2
5
4
4
24
13
2
7
3
2
1
1
_.
R. D. Coddington
F. T. Stanier	
?
Cobble Hill	
Cowichan Health
Centre
2
Cowichan, North:
H. B. Rogers.	
G. E. L. MacKinnon.
Miss A. Law 	
1
9
G. K. MacNaughton.
3
Delta Municipality:
H. P. Swan 	
Miss G. Homfray
2
2
1
12
14
1
J. S. McCallum	
Miss E. Morrison
Miss W. Seymour
Geo. B. Helem 	
W. Truax	
<f
G. E. Wride	
F. Inglis ..... 	
D. J. Barclay	
W. J. Knox
Mrs. B. Thompson.—
Mrs. J. Bussell	
__2
4
1
8
1
1
2
15
10
19
14
7
17
Keremeos	
G. E. Wride	
J. F. Haszard 	
A. McBurney	
Mrs. B. Thompson. _
8
Maple Ridge:
Miss M. E. Grierson.
4
3
6
1
Merritt:-  _	
G. H. Tutill.____. _.__..
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fi MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 15
SCHOOLS.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Vitus's   dance,   3;   menstrual,   4;
previous   fractures,   4;   influenza,
26;   rheumatism,   2;   tachycardia,
1; deformed chest,  1
13;    tonsils    partly    removed,    1 ;
valve lesion of heart, 1 ; acne, 1;
asthma, 1 ; psoriasis, 1 ; Vincent's
infection of mouth, 1 ; herpes simplex, 1 ; amenorrhea, 1
SCHOOLS.
Orthopaedic, 1  -	
Some  cases  of  influenza,   mild
cases, short duration
Chicken-pox, 1 ; pneumonia, 2 ;
typhoid, 1
Satisfactory	
Building hard to heat
in severe weather
Poor  window lighting
Good  	
Hay fever.	
Not   crowded;   ventilation good; well
heated
Good.— .   ,.	
adequate.
Acne,   4;   appendix,   2;   cardiac,   2;
pneumonia, 2
Poor posture, 3.     —
2
4
4
Crowded;      lighting
quite poor
Poor  window  lighting
Fairly clean;
adequate.
Not  crowded;  good
ventilation
Lighting poor; ventilation and heating fair
Good. 	
Good—.  ......
1
Whooping-cough, 2	
Chicken-pox ; measles 	
well tended;
clean.
Cardiac, 3 — —	
Adequate.
Nervous,   2 ;  skin,   4 ;  pulmonary,   1 ;
cardiac, 1; anaemia, 3
Clean;   good   condition ; rooms heated
by   large   circulatory stove; rooms
warm     and     well
ventilated
Clean; adequate.
disease conditions
Chicken-pox, 6  	
Good- 	
Good 	
Good.
Good	
Speech impediment,  1 ; crippled,  1 ;
nervous, 1 ; cardiac, 3
1
Good. ._ -
O.K..  -	
adequate.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
Good  	
Good  --	
Poor ventilation	
Good condition	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good  	
In good repair; adequate ; well ventilated ; steam-
heated
Good.
flat feet, 3 ; acne, 5
adequate.
Epilepsy,   1 ;   cardiac,   1;   acne,   1;
bronchio-genetic cyst, 1
3
_-.
Good	
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
1
C rowded- 	
Fair. CC 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
HIGH
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Nanaimo:
W. F. Drysdale
Miss E. Carruthers—
249
185
.19
14
464
26
45
10
123
48
103
85
144
196
91
105
108
275
48
101
8
56
37
203
14
32
255
652
476
570
709
1397
1061
482
611
982
200
959
430
146!
220
13
23
246
185
19
14
464
24
45
10
93
46
94
82
136
164
79
105
108
275
46
99
8
56
36
197
14
32
255
333
363
512
508
1545
673
296
287
718
76
771
140
135
219
13
20
2
3
1
25
1
10
4
3
1
1
32
29
3
1
18
7
8
9
3
9
5
19
27
6
20
4
16
1
10
1
10
4
18
16
22
60
22
47
31
13
38
23
3
17
16
6
7
7
5
1
1
3
1
3
2
3
1
4
2
2
1
_.
1
1
5
2
2
4
1
10
1
18
10
2
1
40
4
8
2
26
7
14
7
4
2
15
6
11
29
1
32
1
15
2
1
1
1
8
11
17
7
11
59
15
8
18
2
7
9
15
3
1
2
163
10
1
3
8
6
3
8
12
8
3
26
1
10
12
1
5
4
8
33
3
F. M. Auld
North Bend  .
J. P. Ellis	
New Westminster:
D. A. Clark 	
Miss A. Stark—	
45
1
18
R. A. Gilchrist	
N. J. Ball 	
Miss R. Mahon	
Miss E. Allen
2
2
1
D. P. Hanington
C. T. Hilton	
D. McCaffrey	
1 .
J. H. Hamilton	
C. A. Graves. 	
E. E. Topliff.	
3
Richmond  -
4
2
5
11
1
4
5
17
14
20
67
11
11
12
3
51
4
9
11
13
1
5
7
14
Saanich:
D. Berman	
D. Berman	
D. Berman	
H. G. Burden	
A. andS. E. Beech
Miss B. Jenkins	
Miss B. Jenkins	
Miss B. Jenkins	
2
1
2
1
1
6
1
1
2
Mount Newton	
N. J. Paul..	
F. D. Sinclair-	
1
Telkwa — _	
S. G. Mills	
F. S. Eaton    .    .
H. White.— 	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
8
23
98
50
227
95
484
109
66
97
90
4
103
34
20
4
3
5
6
3
1
1
4
3
4
6
Vancouver:
Miss M. McLellan
Miss M. McLellan
Miss M. Campbell __„
Miss M. Henderson.-
Miss E. Edwards
Miss M. Henderson...
Miss H. Jukes .__ 	
Miss M. Campbell ~~
Miss M. Ewart
Miss L. Drysdale.
Miss I. Smith	
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss M. Hardy	
Mrs. S. Martin	
Miss E. G. Allen
3
Grandview   School   of
Commerce
1
1
2
1
5
1
1
5
4
1
2
1
7
7
Commerce
G. A. Lamont	
H. White __-	
H. White	
H. White. 	
78
King Edward   .
7
1
4
Magee  	
H. White	
H. White —	
3
Technical 	
Vancouver, North	
Vancouver, West	
Vernon ..  	
Wellington, South	
G. A. Lamont	
G. F. Amyot	
A. C. Nash	
0. Morris	
K. P. Groves  	
H. F. P. Grafton
8
4
2
7
1
1
1
2
12
1
2
JUNIOR HIGH
Kamloops _
M. G. Archibald....
Miss O. M. Garrood
3041 301
28
3
44
2
41
1
1
1
1
5
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CC 17
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
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Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Nervous, 4 ; sinus, 6 ; appendectomy,
2 ; tonsillitis, 1; fractures, 4
Scarlet fever, 8; influenza, 31 ;
septic sore throat, 4
Building fair; ventilation fairly good;
washing   facilities
poor
Generally good	
Cleanliness fair.
Clean ; adequate.
Good     _ 	
Good.
—
	
Good	
Good.
paedic, 3 ; pulmonary, 1; anaemic, 5
O.K.
Good 	
Good-	
Good	
Clean ; adequate.
Heart, 1 	
Pertussis, 1	
Measles, 6 -	
Good-- _
Good. 	
Good , 	
Not   crowded;   well
ventilated;   well
heated
Good.
Good.
1
orthopaedic, 1 ; skin, 2 ; Raynaud's
disease, 1 ; acute laryngitis, 1
Heart, 2	
lungs,   1;   anaemic,   2;   orthopaedic
scoliosis, 1
Some seats and desks
too small
O.K 	
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Scarlet fever ; chicken-pox	
pa^dic, 1
Cardiac, 6 ; orthopaedic, !._._	
Measles 	
Good 	
Good condition	
Adequate — 	
Good 	
Clean ; adequate.
Endocarditis, 1 ; anaemia, 3 ; chronic
eczema, 1; foreign body in ear, 1 ;
psoriasis, 1
Clean.
Satisfactory	
Adequate 	
4
2
9
18
Chicken-pox, 1; scarlet fever, 1
nated, 816
1
Mumps, 2 ; scarlet fever, 2 ..._ _
Scarlet   fever,    1;    rubella    1 ;
mumps, 8
Conjunctivitis,  1	
Nervous.   7 ;  cardiac,   6 ;  pulmonary,
1 ;  orthopaedic,  15 ;  circulation,  2 ;
dermatitis, 3
Good 	
Good	
Improved; good.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
diac, 1 ; orthopaedic, 2
Cardiac, 1 ; cleft palate, 1; diabetes, 2
4
3
Trachoma,   3;  cardiac,   1;  hypothyroidism, 1
Whooping-cough ; influenza
Somewhat crowded..
Adequate,    but
better drainage needed for
boys' urinals.
SCHOOLS.
Defective feet, 28 ; defective posture,
30 ; defects improved, 45
Measles, 15 ; mumps, 3r
Brick buildings ir
good repair; well
heated and ventilated
Adequate number ; clean ;
sanitary. CC 18
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JUNIOR HIGH
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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W. J. Knox _
328
326
1
20
?.
5
3
9
38
9
13
Nanaimo:
John Shaw	
W. F. Drysdale	
Miss E. Carruthers-
230
227
5
40
3
14
30
30
172
48
21
Nelson	
F. M. Auld	
314
?,94
41
4
5
5
52
61
3
R. A. Gilchrist—	
62
62
21
2
1
2
16
4
7
12
Penticton:
H. McGregor.	
Miss M. Twiddy	
325
325
70
10
1
52
11
Vancouver:
H. White -	
1715
1369
1452
1194
306
266
122
65
8
6
2
1
16
14
58
19
464
157
16
11
4
Point Grey	
H. White	
Miss M. Ewart	
6
Templeton —
H. White	
Miss V. Stevens	
1498
1480
362
159
3
5
18
93
584
16
38
Vancouver, West:
Miss M. Hardy.	
298
296
19
4
20
2
6
28
63
7
GRADED CITY
J. C. Thomas  _.
159
432
504
301
502
9
423
415
30
500
332
66
285
240
74
627
158
432
504
281
497
9
412
392
30
500
330
65
274
234
74
627
5
46
15
2
47
1
16
22
22
12
16
8
13
6
39
9
7
1
_.
4
2
1
3
35
44
12
10
_
5
24
12
11
26
40
67
53
22
4
10
12
1
7
13
11
21
40
78
159
53
74
20
202
215
40
103
30
48
71
9
24
90
6
3
5
9
110
Chilliwack:
R. McCaffrey	
Miss C. Tait	
AS
J. McKee	
4
Cranbrook:
4
G. E. L. MacKinnon.
G. K. MacNaughton.
H. P. Swan	
55
33
7
8
5
1
7
10
1
90
22
86
28
12
54
42
21
33
272
132
15
112
34
22
35
49
6
149
236
1
1
59
16
36
34
41
4
35
8
Duncan:
Miss G. Homfray
Miss A. S. Law	
Miss W. Seymour
?
H. P. Swan	
Fernie:
12
W. Truax.	
W. H. Wood	
5
S
Kamloops:
M. G. Archibald    	
Miss O. M. Garrood..
56
53
38
7
9
7
^
Lloyd George	
17
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W. J. Knox MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 193<t-35.
CC 19
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
3
1
5
2
14
5
18
1
1
4
2
4
6
Mumps;    measles;    whooping-
cough
Scarlet fever, 10 ; influenza, 40 ;
tonsillitis, 9 ; measles, 1	
Rubella ;  morbilli;  acute  rheumatic fever ; parotitis ; influenza
Chicken-pox;  whooping-cough;
scarlet fever; influenza
Excellent   in   every
respect;   modern ;
adequate
Poor; lighting and
heating fair; seating fairly good;
washing and lavatory facilities very
poor
Clean ; adequate	
flat feet,   4;  spinal  curvature,   5;
acne, 16
Nervous, 6 ; sinus, 6 ; pulmonary, 2 ;
appendectomy, 1 ; tonsillectomy, 3 ;
Fractures,   12;   acne,   2;   impediment in speech, 1
1
2
2
1
1
4
7
9
adequate.
Clean.
O.K.
pox, 7 ; scarlet fever, 13
Measles,    1;   chicken-pox,    10;
scarlet fever, 20
nated, 832
pox, 9; scarlet fever, 5
Scarlet   fever,   1;   conjunctivitis, 4
Good  	
Good.
ma, 1 ; sinus, 1 ; orthopaedic, 8
SCHOOLS.
Deformity of shoulder; deformity of
ankles ; asthma, 3 ; heart-lesion, 2
strabismus,   9;   webbed   toes,    1
hammer-toe, 1; flat feet, 4 ; stutter
ing,   5;   alopesia,   1;   epilepsy,   2
hay fever, 1
Conjunctivitis,  7 ; acne,  6 ; posture,
17; trench-mouth, 1 ; mastoid, 1
Chorea, 1 	
Cardiac,   2;   infantile   paralysis,   1
left leg amputated, 1
Nervous, 7 ; pulmonary, 3 . cardiac,
4; skin, 32; wax in ears, 61;
anaemia, 24; otitis media, 2; infected eyelids, 12 ; stammering, 2
Asthma, 2 ; cardiac, 1 ; tuberculosis..
2; pulmonary, 2 (died) ; rheumatics, 2 ; appendectomy, 3
Orthopaedic, 1 	
Nervous, 3 ; pneumonia, 1 ; cardiac,
3 ; T.B. knee, 1 ; mesenteric T.B.
glands, 2 ; speech impediment, 2 ;
crippled, 2
Valvular heart, 2	
Defective feet, 5 ; defective posture,
54 ; defects improved, 34
Heart, 3 ; hernia, 1 ; defective posture, 49 ; conjunctivitis, 2 ; defects
improved, 34
Partial paralysis, 1   	
Chorea, 12; bronchial, 17; cardiac,
8 ; flat feet, 20 ; curvature of spine,
13
15
15
10
Chicken-pox, 2; scarlet fever,
4; pneumonia, 1 ; rheumatic
fever, 1; appendectomy, 1;
typhoid, 1
14 Scarlet fever, 49 ; chicken-pox,
1 Chicken-pox	
Whooping-cough ; scarlet fever.
2' Chicken-pox,     16;     whooping-
|    cough, 21
1 Whooping-cough,   11;   chicken'
j    pox, 6
Chicken-pox, 5_	
20
Chicken-pox..
Mumps, 2-
Chicken-pox, 4 ; measles, 4„
Mumps;    measles;    whooping-
cough
Crowded-
Very good-
Not crowded;   window ventilation
Clean..
Clean..
Good-
Good.-.
Good	
Satisfactory..
Brick    building    in
good  repair; well
ventilated and
heated
Brick   building   not
overcrowded ;
rather   poor   ventilation   but   well
heated
Good ;   ventilation
could be better
Modern ; well  cared
for; adequate;
good ventilation ;
hot-water   heating
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Fairly clean.
Clean; adequate.
Adequate number of closets ;
kept clean and
sanitary.
Adequate number of closets;
clean ; adequate.
Good.
Modern ; clean ;
adequate. CC 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Nanaimo:
North Ward-
Middle Ward-
South Ward-
Thomas Hodgson-
Nelson :
Central-
Hume	
New Westminster:
■   Central 	
Herbert Spencer-
Lord Kelvin	
Lord Lister	
Queensboro	
Richard McBride
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam:
Central 	
James Park.	
Port Moody	
Prince George:
Baron Byng	
Connaught	
King George	
Revelstoke:
Central	
Selkirk- 	
Rossland	
Salmon Arm..
Slocan City—
Trail-Tadanac:
Central	
Anabel	
Tadanac.
East Trail..
D. B. Hanington
G. H. Tutill	
W. F. Drysdale...
W. F. Drysdale -
W. F. Drysdale...
W. F. Drysdale-
F. M. Auld	
F. M. Auld	
D. A. Clark	
D. A. Clark. _
D. A. Clark.
D. A. Clark.
D. A. Clark..
D. A. Clark-
Miss E. G. Allen-
Miss E. Carruthers-.
Miss E. Carruthers.
Miss E. Carruthers..
Miss E. Carruthers
Miss K. Gordon-
Miss K. Gordon-
Miss A. Stark —
Miss A. Stark-
Miss A. Stark-
Miss A. Stark .
Miss A. Stark.
Miss A. Stark.
C. T. Hilton..
R. G. Langston	
R. G. Langston.
C. R. Symmes —.
C. Ewcrt .
C. Ewert.
C. Ewert.
Mrs. G. Bond .
Mrs. G. Bond.
Mrs. G. Bond.
J. H. Hamilton .
J. H. Hamilton.
E. E. Toplifl	
Drs. Beech & Beech .
A. Francis 	
Miss A. Thorn _
Miss A. Thorn .
F. S. Eaton.
F. S. Eaton.
F. S. Eaton .
F. S. Eaton.
52
292
52
280
105
105
:M9
471
698
449
438
354
434
349
I
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■   I
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I
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72
240
92
51
311
681
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501
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2201  216
2981 286
I
3771 370
621    61
858]   858
33
33
53
53
315
315
11
18
92
449     62
7
4
3
1
7
2
 3
2
1
1
7
1
2
19
3
10
2
7
1
23
10
38
4
19
1
31
2
12
2
5
4
8
2
1
10
2
21
2
5
4
1
7
1
4
17
7
26
1
2
6
10
6
1
6
45
3
29
7
3
26
14
3
21
2
43
12
26
144
115
59
77
43
28
72
48
146
72
100
65
39
276
142
291    17
211    32
1381 228
I
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131
251
9
24
22
121
76
104
50
37
104
143
671    36
22
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12     37]  146
39
75
38
28
41
10
40
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16
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24 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 21
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Stammering, 1	
Cardiac, 5 ; asthma, 1_
Nervous, 8; concussion 1 ; fracture,
1 ; tonsillectomy, 5 ; eczema, 1;
nephritis, 2; thymus, 1
Nervous, 3 ; cardiac, 1 ; asthma, 1 ;
bronchitis, 3; impediment in
speech, 2; fracture, 1; tonsillectomy, 1 ; pneumonia, 1
Nervous, 4; fracture, 1 ; tonsillectomy, 3 ; eczema, 1 ; appendectomy,
1 ; otitis media, 1; bronchitis, 3 ;
epilepsy, 1
Cardiac, 1 ; asthma, 1 ; eczema, 1;
otitis media, 8; nervous, 7 ; tonsillectomy, 3 ; appendectomy, 4 ; fractures, 3 ; anaemia, 1
Cardiac, 2
Cardiac, 4
Cardiac, 6 ; pulmonary, 1 ; orthopaedic, 9 ; nervous, 2 ; anaemia, 8
Cardiac, 5 ; pulmonary, 1 ; orthopedic, 10 ; nervous, 6 ; anemia, 4
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 2 ; orthopaedic, 7 ; anemia, 5
Cardiac, 5 ; pulmonary, 2 ; orthopaedic, 5 ; nervous, 3 ; anemia, 7
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 1 ; orthopedic, 1 ; anemia, 6
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 2 ; orthopedic, 7 ; anemia, 10
Hysterics, 1 ; anemia, 24; conjunctivitis, 1 ; rapid pulse, 1 ; rickets,
3 ; orthopaedic, 2 ; hay fever, 1
Heart, 8 ; posture, 8 ; ear, 2 ; pigeon-
breast, 1
Heart, 2 ; asthma, 2 ; posture, 2	
Defective speech, 2 ; infantile paralysis, 1 (right leg and arms) ; internal strabismus, 3 ; nervous, 3 ; mild
epilepsy, 2.
Cardiac, 1 ; blepharitis, 2 ; orthopedic, 2 ; hernia, 1
Cardiac pallor, 1 ; chronic nephritis,
1 ; anemia, 1 ; chronic eczema, 1
Nervous, 2 ; hay fever, 1 ; squint, 1 ;
orthopedic, 1 ; acne, 1 ; cardiac, 1
Anemia, 1 ; appendix, 1 ; cardiac, 8 ;
chorea, 1
43
101
16
76
Chicken-pox-
Scarlet fever,  6 ; influenza,  2
chicken-pox, 7
Scarlet fever, 11 ; chicken-pox,
2 ; influenza, 4
Influenza, 1 ; scarlet fever, 11..
Scarlet fever, 19 ; influenza, 79 ;
tonsillitis, 14; chicken-pox,
2, measles, 2
Satisfactory	
Building and ventilation   poor;   drink-
ing-fountain   required ; washing
facilities poor
Ventilation   and
lighting  poor;
seating poor;
washing   facilities
poor
Building fairly good ;
ventilation fair;
drainage poor;
washing   facilities
poor;  heating
poor
Seating fair; ventilation and lighting fair ; washing
facilities could be
improved
16     4
I
Diphtheria ;   influenza ;    septic Generally good .
sore throat; parotitis ; poliomyelitis ;     acute     rheumatic
fever ; morbilli; rubella
Influenza ;    rubella ;    parotitis ; .
diphtheria ; varicella
Good-
Good..
Scarlatina, 44; chicken-pox,
65 ; mumps, 15 ; measles, 4:
typhoid fever, 1
Mumps ; scarlet fever..	
Mumps; scarlet fever	
Chicken-pox,  25 ; measles..
Influenza. 	
Influenza ; whooping-cough	
Influenza ; whooping-cough	
German measles	
Measles; scarlet fever; chicken'
pox
Measles, 100 ; mumps, 50	
Chicken-pox ..
14
Clean; adequate.
Unclean ;   inadequate.
Outside   clean
but inadequate.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean; adequate.
Good-
Good..
Good-
Good..
Some rooms a bit
crowded; mostly
all right
Good 	
Good 	
No     alterations
school
Good.
Good..
Good..
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good..
Good.
Not crowded; well
heated and ventilated
O.K 	
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
Good-
Satisfactory	
Good new building;
not crowded; will
likely need to use
extra room ; good
heating and ventilation
Adequate and satisfactory
Satisfactory	
Clean; adequate.
Toilets and playground kept
in good condition.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate. CC 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Aberdeen	
Alexandra	
Bay view	
B eacon s field	
Begbie	
Brock	
Carleton	
Edith Cavell and
Annex
Central	
D awson	
Chas. Dickens	
Douglas	
Fleming	
Franklin	
Simon Fraser and
Annex
General Gordon	
Hastings	
Henry Hudson	
Kerrisdale	
Langara	
Livingstone	
Lord Kitchener.	
David Lloyd George..
McB ride	
MacD onald	
MacKenzie	
Maple Grove	
Moberley and Annex.
Model  	
Mount Pleasant	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White.	
G. A. Lamont.
H. White	
G. A. Lamont-
G. A. Lamont
G. A. Lamont.
H. White	
H. White.	
G. A. Lamont-
G. A. Lamont.
G. A. Lamont.
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
G. A. Lamont.
H. White	
G. A. Lamont.
H. White	
G. A. Lamont.
G. A. Lamont.
H. White	
Miss H. Jukes	
MissD. Shields	
Mrs. M. D. Schultz.
Miss M. Baynes	
Miss I. Smith	
Miss E. Bell. ±	
Miss J. Murdoch	
Miss E. Bell	
Miss O. Kilpatrick.
Miss H. Jukes _
Miss F. Innes	
Miss D. Olmstead—.
Miss E. Edwards-
Miss I. Smith..	
Mrs. M. Schultz	
Mrs. M. Schultz	
Miss V. Stevens	
Mrs. M. Schultz	
Miss G. Jeeves	
Miss G. Jeeves	
Miss D. Shields	
Miss G. Jeeves	
Miss L. Drysdale—
Miss F. Innes	
Miss Kilpatrick	
Miss F. Innes	
Miss L. Drysdale..—
Miss E. Edwards.—
Miss M. Henderson
Miss D. Shields	
450
414
101
540
431
123
371
384
69
296
285
53
414
387
41
368
385
44
818
811
150
437
421
58
394
398
33
628
657
131
63G
563
145
218
220
16
3341 354
26
2961 266
49
750
629
112
736
646
134
796
761
114
509
514
69
698
675
84
446
451
64
488
411
83
592
584
59
550
452
95
650
553
114
450
398
44
721
697
87
671
626
111
520
490
63
616
521
66
458
364
73
35
19
95
161
60
30
58
129
25
95
13
58
144
120
182
112
49
135
39
163
210
109
181
116
165
53
92
117
SI
130
91
192
70
39
151
161
85
90
53
80
21
6
10
17
1
11
13
18
19
3
27
1
17
10
9
11
4
10
3
9
7
3
40
5
29
15 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 23
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Cardiac,   2;   pulmonary,   1;   toxoid,
20 ; vaccinated, 227
Cardiac,   2;   pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid,
10 ; vaccinated, 150
Cardiac, 1 ; vaccinated, 184	
Cardiac,   1;   pulmonary,   3;   toxoid,
13; vaccinated, 109
Toxoid, 23 ; vaccinated, 151— _„	
Cardiac,   1 ;  toxoid,   14;  vaccinated,
133
Cardiac,   4;   pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid,
21; vaccinated, 291
Cardiac,   1 ;  toxoid,   17;   vaccinated,
167
Cardiac,  2; Toxoid,  24 ; vaccinated,
277
Cardiac, 1; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 22 ;
vaccinated, 261
Cardiac, 6 ; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 12 ;
vaccinated, 193
Toxoid, 5; vaccinated, 133_  	
Cardiac, 3 ; pulmonary, 4 ; toxoid,10 ;
vaccinated, 150
Toxoid, 29 ; vaccinated, 89. 	
Pulmonary, 2 ; toxoid, 23 ; vaccinated,
292
Cardiac, 2 ; toxoid, 8 ; vaccinated, 307
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 3 ; toxoid, 24 ;
vaccinated, 305
Cardiac,   1 ;  toxoid,   16;  vaccinated,
316
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 36 ;
vaccinated, 406
Toxoid, 25 ; vaccinated, 250 —	
Toxoid, 4 ; vaccinated, 110. 	
Cardiac, 1; pulmonary, 2 ; toxoid, 32 ;
vaccinated, 380
Cardiac,   6;  toxoid,   24;  vaccinated,
219
Cardiac, 5 ; toxoid, 4 ; vaccinated, 165
Toxoid, 26 ; vaccinated, 189 	
Cardiac, 3 ; pulmonary, 3 ; toxoid, 3 ;
vaccinated, 251
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 2 ; toxoid, 29 ;
vaccinated, 393
Cardiac,   5;  toxoid,   13;   vaccinated,
223
Pulmonary, 4 ; toxoid, 10 ; vaccinated,
280
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 15 ;
vaccinated, 140
Mumps, 1 ; measles, 3 ; chicken-
pox, 45 ; whooping-cough, 11
Mumps, 3 ; measles, 3 ; chicken-
pox, 14 ; whooping-cough, 1:
scarlet fever, 8
Mumps, 1 ; measles, 23; chicken-
pox, 12; whooping-cough, 14 ;
scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 7 ; measles, 7 ; chicken-
pox, 1; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 2; measles, 22; chicken-
pox, 18 ; whooping-cough, 1
scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 14; measles, 2; chicken-
pox,  18; whooping-cough, 1
scarlet fever, 3
Mumps,    2;    chicken-pox,    14
whooping-cough,    6;    scarlet
fever, 9
Measles,    1;    chicken-pox,    1
whooping-cough,    5;    scarlet
fever, 2
Mumps, 19 ; measles, 2 ; chicken-
pox,   5;  whooping-cough,   1
scarlet fever, 3
Mumps, 11; measles, 4; chicken
pox, 54 ; whooping-cough, 7
Mumps, 2 ; measles, 8 ; chicken-
pox, 25 ; whooping-cough, 5
scarlet fever, 3
Mumps, 1; scarlet fever, 2	
Chicken - pox, 3 ; whooping-
cough, 7 ; scarlet fever, 4
Measles,    1;    chicken-pox,    1.
scarlet fever, 1; diphtheria, 2
1 Mumps,      16;      measles,      29
chicken-pox,   17;   whooping-
cough, 2; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 3; measles, 41 ; chicken
pox, 55 ; whooping-cough, 18
scarlet fever, 7
Mumps, 3 ; measles, 41 ; chicken
pox, 4; whooping-cough, 9
scarlet fever, 10
Chicken - pox, 20 ; whooping-
cough, 10 ; scarlet fever, 4
Measles, 38; chicken-pox, 63
whooping-cough, 10 ; rubella,
4; scarlet fever, 4
Measles,    3;    chicken - pox,    9
whooping-cough,   29;   scarlet
fever, 7
Mumps, 1 ; measles, 2 ; chicken
pox, 55 ; whooping-cough, 8
scarlet fever, 3
Mumps, 2 ; measles, 7 ; chicken
pox, 6 ; whooping-cough, 27
scarlet fever, 8
Measles,    15;   chicken-pox,    6
whooping-cough,   34;   scarlet
fever, 32
Chicken - pox, 60 ; whooping-
cough, 2 ; scarlet fever, 6
Measles, 51; chicken-pox, 15
scarlet fever, 9
Measles, 5 ; chicken-pox, 44;
whooping-cough, 12; scarlet
fever, 1
4 Mumps, 5 ; measles, 5 ; chicken-
pox, 50 ; whooping-cough, 12 ;
scarlet fever, 8
Mumps,  8 ; measles, 4; scarlet
fever, 10
8 Mumps, 8 ; measles, 45 ; chicken
I     pox, 6 ; whooping-cough, 14
scarlet fever, 5
1 Mumps,    7 ;    chicken - pox,    9
j    whooping-cough,    1 ;    scarlet
fever, 1 CC 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Lord Nelson	
Florence Nightingale.
Norquay ad Annex	
Prince of Wales..
Queen Mary	
Quilchena..
Renfrew—.
Cecil Rhodes..
Laura Secord-
Lord Roberts...
Lord Selkirk..
Seaview	
Sexsmith	
Seymour 	
Strathcona ..
Lord Tennyson..
Van Home-
General Wolfe-
Woodland 	
Vancouver, North :*
Lonsdale. 	
Queen Mary..
Ridgeway	
Vernon:
Vernon Consolidated..
H. White	
G. A. Lamont
G. A. Lamont
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
G. A. Lamont
G. A. Lamont
H. White	
H. White	
G. A. Lamont
H. White	
G. A. Lamont.
H. White	
H. White	
G. A. Lamont.
H. White	
G. A. Lamont
G. A. Lamont
G. A. Lamont.
G. F. Amyot _
G. F. Amyot...
G. F. Amyot ..
O. Morris	
Miss I.
Smith	
Miss J.
Murdoch	
Miss L.
Drysdale
Miss G.
Miss M
Ewart	
Miss L
Drysdale
Miss L.
Drysdale
MissH
Miss D
Olmstead
Mrs. M
D. Schultz...
Miss E.
Bell _ -	
Miss 0
Kilpatrick—-
Miss M
McLellan
Miss D.
Olmstead —
Miss M
Henderson -
Miss E.
Miss E.
Bell 	
Bell	
Miss E.
Bell- -	
Miss E.
Lowther	
Miss E.
Lowther...	
Miss E.
Lowther
Mrs. S.
Martin	
654
317
595
273
311
533
602
867
805
325
354
625
688
662
396
439
442
329
399
518
857
S84
525
754
387
607
227
328
435
501
974
754
315
311
635
089
659
378
330
453
150
184
271
131
75
77
47
101
44
40
91
93
153
125
63
27
47
78
123
78
I 20
52
102
i: l
7  6
10
2
3
1
1  12
4  1
10
3
1
11
13
3
29
37
53  31
14
12
22
73
118
6
16
12
38
44
54
111
171
21
59
50
78
114
82
81
85
39
24
22
32
124
180
9
163
13
69
53
91
229
149
19
61
175  11
32
372
157
112
72
43
125   2
102!  33
"
118
175
19
14
3
5
1
6
8
16
25
30
4
12
10
19
21
7
12
12
14
10
7
6
* These children have been examined ten times by the nurse, although they have not been given a physical examination.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Burnaby:
Armstrong Avenue.. _
W. Sager	
W. Sager—	
W. Sager 	
W. Sager	
W. Sager 	
49
47
2
1
3
1
8
16
 2
4
1
......^
20
31
3
 8
5
23
34
8
3
51
21
7
9
Barnet    .  	
17
311
215
606
822
16
272
186
570
727
10
6
18
20
3
Capitol Hill 	
541    45
/|
Douglas Road  ._	
K
Edmonds Street _ 	
Gilmore Avenue	
W. Sager  	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 25
SCH00LS-
-Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
Cardiac, 3 ; pulmonary, 2 ; toxoid, 29 ;
vaccinated, 287
Toxoid,  16 ; vaccinated, 203 	
Cardiac,   9;  toxoid,   10 ;   vaccinated,
275
Toxoid, 6; vaccinated, 280 	
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 3 ; toxoid, 23
vaccinated, 372
Toxoid, 23 ; vaccinated, 147-
Cardiac, 7 ; pulmonary, 5 ; toxoid, 16
vaccinated, 118
Toxoid, 9 ; vaccinated, 310	
Cardiac, 5 ; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 22 ;
vaccinated, 204
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 2 ; toxoid, 26 ;
vaccinated, 428
Cardiac, 3 ; pulmonary, 1 ; toxoid, 15 ;
vaccinated, 279
Pulmonary, 2 ; toxoid, 3 ; vaccinated,
162
Cardiac,   4;   toxoid,   16;   vaccinated,
144
Cardiac, 5 ; pulmonary, 4 ; toxoid, 6 ;
vaccinated, 419
Pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid,   101;
nated, 1,206
Cardiac, 4 ; pulmonary, 2 ; toxoid, 7 ;
vaccinated, 287
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 12 ;
vaccinated, 280
Cardiac,   5;   Toxoid,   7;  vaccinated,
142
Cardiac,   9 ;   toxoid,   26;  vaccinated,
120
Cardiac,   2 ;  toxoid,   10 ;  vaccinated,
187
Nervous, 2 ; cardiac, 2 ; anaemia, 3 ;
orthopaedic, 8 ; dermatitis, 1 ; umbilical hernia, 1
Nervous, 1 ; pulmonary, 2 ; orthopaedic, 6 ; dermatitis, 2 ; speech-
defect, 2
Nervous, 5 ; cardiac, 3 ; pulmonary,
3 ; orthopaedic, 19 ; anaemia, 3
Chronic dislocated knee, 1 ; diabetes,
2 ; cardiac, 4 : post-polio, paralysis,
2 ; shortened leg, 1; vaccinated, 92
14
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
20
2 Measles,   12;   chicken-pox,   25
whooping-cough,   16;   scarlet
fever, 9
3 Mumps, 27 ; measles, 2 ; chicken
pox, 28; scarlet fever, 3
6 Mumps,    3;    chicken - pox,    6
whooping - cough,   3 ;   scarlet
fever, 4
..._ Measles,    1;   chicken - pox,   4
whooping - cough,   3 ;   scarlet
fever, 4
6 Measles,    1 ;    chicken-pox,    4
whooping-cough,    2;    scarlet
fever, 2
.... Measles,  5;  rubella,   1 ; scarlet
fever, 1
3 Chicken - pox,    10 ;    whooping-
cough, 3
8, Measles,    51 ;   chicken-pox,    2 ;
'    whooping-cough, 17
4-Measles, 31; whooping-cough, 4
39
7     1
31    1
Mumps, 7; measles, 4 ; chicken-
pox, 68 ; whooping cough, 19 ;
scarlet fever, 7
Measles, 7 ; chicken - pox, 15 ;
whooping-cough, 12 ; rubella,
1 ; scarlet fever, 15
Mumps, 5 ; chicken - pox, 37 ;
rubella, 3
Chicken-pox, 4 ; scarlet fever, 6
Mumps, 61; measles, 50;
chicken - pox, 6 ; whooping-
cough, 4 ; scarlet fever, 1;
diphtheria,   1
Mumps, 34; measles, 47;
chicken - pox, 27 ; whooping-
cough, 10 ; rubella, 2 ; scarlet
fever, 2
Chicken - pox, 2 ; whooping-
cough, 16 ; scarlet fever, 2
Measles, 10 ; chicken-pox, 8;
whooping-cough, 10 ; scarlet
fever, 1
Chicken - pox, 33 ; whooping-
cough, 2 ; scarlet fever, 5
Mumps, 8 ; measles, 42; chicken-
pox, 16 ; whooping-cough, 20
Mumps, 1 ; measles, 10 ; whooping-cough, 1; scarlet fever, 3
Scarlet   fever,    7;   mumps,   4;
rubella,   14 ;   chicken-pox,   3;
whooping-cough, 13
Whooping-cough, 1 .- mumps, 1 ;
measles, 1 ; rubella, 8
Scarlet fever, 2; whooping-
cough, 9 ; mumns, 47 ; chicken-
pox, 13 ; rubella, 2 ; conjunctivitis, 1
Polio., 1 ; measles, 38 ; chicken-
pox, 9 ; influenza, 5
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Good.
Good..
Good-
Good.
SCHOOLS.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
......
lood  	
Good 	
Good  --	
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.. _
Good  -- 	
Good - 	
Good.
Good.
Good. CC 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Hamilton Road	
Inman Avenue	
Kingsway, West	
Kitchener Street	
Nelson Avenue	
Riverway East	
Riverway West	
Schou Street.	
Seaforth -
Second Street	
Sperling Avenue.
Stride Avenue	
Windsor Street	
Chilliwack:
Atchelitz-
Camp Slough..
Cheam .
East ChiUiwack..
Elk View _
Fairfield Island.
Hillcrest —
Lotbiniere	
Promontory	
Rosedale _
Robertson ....
Ryder Lake .
Sardis	
Strathcona—
Sumas	
Yarrow	
Coldstream:
Coldstream—
Lavington .
Coquitlam:
Central	
Glen Valley....
Maillardville..
Mountain View..
Victoria Drive	
Cowichan, North:
Chemainus	
Crofton	
Westholme	
Delta:
Annieville	
Boundary Bay	
Canoe Pass	
Delta Central	
Delta, East	
Kennedy	
Sunbury	
Trenant __	
Westham	
Esquimalt:
Lampson Street
Kent:
Agassiz	
Harrison Mills...
Langley:
Aldergrove 	
Belmont 	
County Line	
East Langley	
Fort Langley	
W. Sager.
W. Sager _
W. Sager.
W. Sager.
W. Sager..
W. Sager .
W. Sager .
W. Sager..
W. Sager..
W. Sager ..
W. Sager .
W. Sager.
W. Sager...
R. McCaffrey .
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey-
R. McCaffrey-
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey.
R. McCaffrey...
R. McCaffrey.
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey..
R. McCaffrey..
S. G. Baldwin...
S. G. Baldwin-
Bruce Cannon.
Bruce Cannon-
Bruce Cannon-
Bruce Cannon-
Bruce Cannon..
H. B. Rogers	
H. B. Rogers .
H. B. Rogers.
A. A. King..
A. A. King-
King.
King.
King-
King _
King.
A. A. King.
A. A. King.
J. S. McCallum .
P. S. McCaffrey..
P. S. McCaffrey..
A. McBurney.
A. McBurney.
A. McBurney .
A. McBurney .
A. McBurney .
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Miss E.
Moody..
Moody..
Moody-
Moody..
Moody..
Moody...
Moody..
Moody...
Moody.
Moody-
Moody .
Moody.
Moody..
Moody..
Moody..
Moody..
Miss A. Law..
Miss A. Law..
Miss A. Law..
Miss E. Morrison .
27
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632
231
393
74
21
84
18
91
78
55
255
102
20
57
70
15
51
12
28
22
24
170
589
316
3 GO
68
17
73
16
82
66
32
232
1761 176
1461 1461
15
15
220
22f
35
35
112
112
1421 142
43
127
162
76
30
207
29
25
18
305
24
154
32
57
34
102
43
113
142
29
198
28
20
15
291
24
80
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221 221
181 IS! -
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81
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851 821
16
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31
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90
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76
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60
103
13
67
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13
22
8
19
13
91
97
7
81
19
76
114
16
13
5
4
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100
62
73
16
1
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1
23
16
14
43
67
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30
35
13
22
8
19
14
91
97
7
81
19
76
116
10
12
38
112
61
110
25
8
22
6
40
22
24
21
55
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21 3 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 27
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
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Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Good. ._.._
Good _    _.
Good.
Good	
Good.
Good..	
Good.
Good.	
Good.
Good.	
Good.
Good _ . .
Good.
Good.	
Good.
Good	
Good.	
Good.
Good.
Good	
Good.
Good	
Good.
Scarlet fever,  46; mumps, 24;
whooping-cough
Infectious conjunctivitis, 6;
mumps, 44; Vincent's angina, 3 ; chicken-pox, 23 ;-
scarlet fever, 26   (for all
schools  for  whole  year)
Good	
Good.
1
Lighting and ventilation only fair
Good	
Need cleaning
out.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
"Wax in ears, 1 ; obesity, 1 ; impediment in speech, 1
Scarlet fever, 6  . 	
Cold in winter	
granular  lids,   1;   enlarged  turbinates, 1
Styes,   1;  granular lids,  3; wax  in
ears,   1;   strabismus,   1;   pigeon-
chested, 1; desquamating, 1; bronchitis, 1; chronic otitis media, 1;
asthma,     1 ;    enucleated    eye,     1 ;
heart-murmur, 1
Abscess of neck, 1; otitis media, 1 ;
acne, 1 ; bronchitis, 1 ; growth on
uvula, 1; stutters, 1
1
Clean; adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Nervous,  1 ; pulmonary,  1 ; cardiac,
2
2
1
Chicken-pox,    14;    pneumonia
2 ; whooping-cough, 9
Lighting poor; ventilation  and heating fair
Fairly good. _	
Not adequate;
Nervous, 3 ; cardiac, 2   	
tended.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; needing
repairs.
Scarlet fever, 3.	
Good repair	
Clean.
3
	
Scarlet fever, 2	
Good condition..-.-	
Good....- - -	
Good	
Good -- - -
Good repair ,	
Good repair	
Good__	
Scarlet fever, 1	
Scarlet fever, 1. 	
	
	
Mumps, 3 ; chicken-pox, 13	
Scarlet fever _„_	
Clean.
Clean.
Appendectomies, 2— —
Cranial injury, 1	
3
3
3
Scarlet fever, 5 ; German measles, 7 ; whooping-cough, 1
Twenty-two;
clean ;  adequate.
Fair	
1
Good	
Good.. _„_ __
Good _—	
Good. **	
Good.
Good.
1
--
Good.
Scarlet fever, 3.	
Good.
Whooping-cough ■.,	
Good -	
Good. CC 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Glen Valley	
21
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123
165
21
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137
114
162
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5
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34
23
32
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33
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10
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21
30
22
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86
9
7
5
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30
24
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77
58
38
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31
9
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6
8
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74
83
15
21
30
46
34
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7
5
4
9
7
29
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201
50
44
2
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10
10
18
7
5
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10
5
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Otter--. 	
A. McBurney-	
27     26
South Otter 	
11
19
21
4
5
8
6
9
4
28
1
3
2
2
2
26
35
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39
49
30
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5
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29
76
42
167
188
337
55
47
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121
84
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22
21
22
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364
357
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156
534
20
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605
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185
323
158
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35!
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551
1121
321
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253!
2611
491
771
321
70!
231
221
28
71
42
167
186
337
55
47
89
121
84
51
392
22
21
22
21
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349
350
56
105
156
510
20
35
557
94
12
74
185
323
158
69
33
155
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115
32
139
234
261
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Maple Ridge:
1
Miss M. E. Grierson.
4
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Ruskin 	
Mission:
S i 1 ver h i 11 	
Stave Falls 	
Oak Bay:
J. N. Taylor.	
J. N. Taylor
47
30
H. McGregor—	
Miss M. A. Twiddy...
122
18
9
4
16
Richmond:
-.-
1
1
	
1
12
22
10
41
41
51
51
101
11
31
141
241
1
21
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22
7
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41
25!
121
31
11
20
9
27
2
2
12
2
2
7
7
4
3
13
1
21
21
1
5
9
4
5
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8
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Mitchell     	
C. A. Graves  __
C. A. Graves 	
C. A. Graves	
D. Berman 	
D. Berman 	
D. Berman	
D. Berman	
D. Berman 	
31    10
11 —
101    37
37     65
32     23
35     69
37     29
61    25
281    75
5
Saanich:
Cedar Hill	
Miss M. Smith	
Miss D. Tate     "
Craigflower ___	
1
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Miss J. Hocking	
Miss J. Hocking.
Miss J. Hocking.
Miss M. Smith	
Miss D. Tate	
Miss D. Tate     ■ 	
Miss J. Hocking.
Miss J. Hocking.
Miss M. Smith _	
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51
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11
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Royal Oak _
Saanichton 	
Strawberry vale	
Tillicum 	
Tolmie 	
West Saanich	
Victoria Model School
D. Berman 	
D. Berman 	
D. Berman. —	
D. Berman ____
D. Berman	
D. Berman 	
Jas. P. Vye	
Drs. Beech & Beech _
Drs. Beech & Beech _
Drs. Beech & Beech
Drs. Beech & Beech .
221
11
211
1
461
341
61
1
59
7
60
146
59
28
2
1
16
Salmon Arm:
1
11
8!
21
|
I
1
21
131
21
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1
171
1
8
29
5
3
2
351     251
7!       8
61       7
4
3
9
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 29
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
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Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Good	
Impetigo in fall; measles	
Measles, 1 ; scarlet fever.	
Scarlet fever, 4 ; chicken-pox __.
Good	
Good	
Good	
Good 	
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good 	
Good  	
Good.
Good.
Good	
Good.
Good-	
Good	
Good.
1
3
5
4
2
6
4
5
Scarlet fever, 8 	
Scarlet fever, 5 	
Whooping - cough,    2 ;    scarlet
fever, 3
Scarlet fever, 4 	
Whooping-cough, 9_ 	
Good	
Good.—	
Good
Good.
Fractured   ulna,   1 ;   tuberculosis,   1
(death) ; pleurisy, 2
Fractured tibia, 1,,-'  	
Fractured    limbs,    2;    malignant
growth, 1  (death)
Good.
Good 	
Good	
Good 	
Good „	
Crowded—	
Good   now;   was
crowded
Good 	
Fair 	
Good   	
Chicken-pox ; scarlet fever, 15
Chicken-pox, 10 ; scarlet fever, 3
Measles, 1 ; scarlet fever, 3
Scarlet fever, 3 __ _	
Whooping - cough,     1 ;    scarlet
fever, 48
3
Fair.
Fair.
2
4
2
Fractured limbs, 3; tuberculosis, 2 ;
cardiac, 1
2
1
Fair.
Fair.
Scarlet fever, 2 .__  	
Whooping-cough, 1 	
Scarlet fever, 2  -
Good —-	
Good. —	
Good .._ 	
Good ; lighting poor
No overcrowding ;
heating and ventilation satisfactory
No  overcrowding ;
heating and ventilation satisfactory
In   good   sanitary
condition
Crowded ; poor artificial lighting
Good 	
Fair ventilation
Fair ventilation
Good ventilation.
Fair ventilation
Good ventilation
Good ventilation
Good ventilation
Good
Pulmonary,  1 ;  cardiac,   1 ; anaemia,
6; orthopaedic, 3 ; asthma, 2
Cardiac, 7 ; epilepsy, 1; anaemia, 3 ;
asthma, 1
Chicken-pox ; whooping-cough _
Chicken-pox ; whooping-cough
Measles, 2  	
Pneumonia, 2 ; whooping-cough,
45 ; measles, 12
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Cardiac,  5 ;  nervous,  2 ;  orthopaedic,
2 ; anaemia, 10 ; mastoid, 1 ; pinkeye
3
5
....
2
Cardiac,  4 ; pulmonary,  1 ;  orthopaedic, 2
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1 ; old rickets
Rubella   --	
Influenza    	
Rubella                  -	
Cean; adequate.
CTean; adequate
Clean; adequate.
Cardiac, 3 ; pulmonary, 3 ; obesity, 2
Nervous, 1 ; cardiac, 1 ; orthopaedic, 1
1
Heart, 2 ; chronic appendix, 6 ; anaemia, 1
Heart,   6;  lungs,   1 ;   chronic  appendix, 3
Heart, 7 ; chronic aopendix, 2 ___	
Heart, 8; chronic appendix, 3 	
1
Heart, 7; chronic appendix, 3	
Heart,   2   .     .   .     ,, _ ... 	
Heart, 2 ; chronic appendix, 3 	
Heart,    3 ;    orthopaedic    scoliosis, 1
Heart, 12 ; chronic appendix, 5 _ -
Heavt, 1 0 ; chronic appendix, 4 ; anaemia, 1
Heart, 3 -_   	
Nervous,  1   - 	
Pulmonary, 1 ; nervous, 1	
Nervous, 2 ; anaemia, 1 	
O.K.
O.K — _
O.K.
.--1 —
O.K	
O.K.
O.K.
O.K.
Cardiac, 1; acne, 2 ; anaemia, 1	
 1	
O.K 	
O.K.
1    1   1 CC 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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F. D. Sinclair    .
F. D. Sinclair	
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F. D. Sinclair..	
F. D. Sinclair
1
1
1
2
2
10
5
5
10
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F. D. Sinclair..	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
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F. D. Sinclair	
3
5
3
15
12
2
11
3
9
13
4
10
15
1
4
3
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F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
7
5
15
White Rock
F. D. Sinclair	
16
F. D. Sinclair. -	
G. F. Amyot 	
G. F. Amyot	
1
Vancouver, North:
Capilano	
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss M. Hardy	
Miss M. Hardy	
4
6
G. F. Amyot	
G. F. Amyot	
G. F. Amyot _.	
A. C. Nash	
A. C. Nash	
10
North Star	
Roche Point 	
Vancouver, West:
Pauline Johnson	
Hollyburn	
7
1
RURAL AND
J. M. McDiarmid
C. J. M. Willoughby
D. J. Barclay	
J. H. Hamilton	
J. F. Grant 	
241
6
15
16
11
229
6
15
16
11
16
1
6
11
5
19
19
40
1
6
2
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2
4
2
2
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SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Eczema, 1
Cardiac, 1   	
Acne,   15 ;   anaemia,   4;   cardiac,   3 ;
eczema, 1
Endocarditis,  1
Endocarditis, 1 ; nervous, 2	
Ptosis, 1 ; underweight, 17 ; dermoid
cyst, 1
Disordered action of heart, !_._.
Valvular disease of heart, 1; pigeon-
chested, 2
Disordered action of heart, 1 	
Endocarditis, 2    _.
Endocarditis, 2  _—  	
Endocarditis,  1  —_	
Bronchitis, 1; marginal blepharitis,
1 ; chronic bronchitis, 1 ; no gain
in weight, 1 ; valvular disease of
heart, 1; acute adenitis, 1; thyro-
glossal cyst, 1; leucaemia, 1
Insufficient gain in weight, 1 ; anaemia, 1
Nervous, 1 ; anaemia, 1 ; eczema, 2; disordered action of
heart, 1
Chronic bronchitis, 1 ; impediment in
speech, 2 ; disordered action of the
heart, 1; hypothyroidism, 1
Strabismus, 1 ; rickets, 1
Endocarditis, 1; chronic otitis media,
1; anaemia, 1
Cleft palate,  1 ; insufficient gain in
weight,    3;    disordered    action    of
heart, 1; spinal deformity, 1
Bronchitis, 1 ; erythema nodosum, 1 ;
endocarditis, 1
Cardiac, 2 ; nervous, 1 ; dermatitis
1 ; anaemia, 3 ; orthopaedic, 1
speech-defect, 1
Orthopaedic, 10; hernia, 1 ; speech-
defect, 5 ; pulmonary, 1 ; cardiac,
2; nervous, 1; anaemia, 1
Cardiac, 4; orthopaedic, 14 ; speech-
defect, 3 ; dermatitis, 1 ; gingivitis,
1 ; nervous, 2 ; hernia, 1 ; anaemia,
5 ; enuresis, 1
Cardiac, 6 ; speech-defect, 3 ; orthopaedic, 5 ; nervous, 3 ; pulmonary
1 ; hernia, 1 ; anaemia, 8 ; dermatitis, 2
Orthopaedic, 2 ; enuresis, 1	
Orthopaedic, 4 ; sinus, 1; asthma, 2 ;
enuresis, 1
Cardiac,  2 ; sinus,  1 ; hay fever, 2 ;
orthopaedic, 2; speech-impediment,
1
24
Whooping-cough..
Scarlet fever, 2
Measles, 4
Chicken-pox, 4 .
Chicken-pox, 10.	
Whooping-cough, 20..
Scarlet fever, 7	
Mumps, 7; chicken-pox, 1„
Scarlet fever, 2	
O.K	
O.K. _	
O.K	
Eight   rooms;   modern ; hot-air heat
poor	
Old frame
Modern	
Becoming   obsolete;
heating difficult
Satisfactory-
Adequate .
Adequate..
No water on grounds
Adequate. _	
Modern ....
Adequate.
Adequate _
Modern	
Modern	
Modern	
Modern _
Old frame; poor-
Satisfactory	
Old f rame..
Modern	
Adequate-
Crowded	
Modern-
Satisfactory..
Good	
Good —
Scarlet fever,  24 ;  chicken-pox, Good._
50;   whooping-cough,   9;
mumps,   1;   rubella,   3;   conjunctivitis, 9
Scarlet   fever,   1 ;   rubella,    1 ; Good-
whooping-cough, 10
Fair...
Good-
Good..
Scarlet fever, 5 ; conjunctivitis,
15 ; chicken-pox, 20
Poliomyelitis,    1 ;   chicken-pox,
24
O.K.
O.K.
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Poor.
Clean.
Difficult to keep
clean; plumbing poor.
Clean.
Fair.
Fair.
Fair.
Fair.
Clean.
Poor.
Fair.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Poor.
Clean.
Fair.
Clean.
Fair.
Inadequate.
Clean.
Fair.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Good.
ASSISTED SCHOOLS.
Epidemic of whooping-cough-
	
Satisfactory ;
leaky
Good	
Good	
roof
Orthopaedic, 1 ; anaemia, 2	
Good.
Good.
Good	
Good. ■
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M. L. Halperin	
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T. C. Holmes	
H. F. P. Grafton
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D. R. Learoyd	
J. Olivier 	
D. McCaffrey	
R. B. White	
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N. J. Paul	
W. H. Wood.	
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W. Scatchard 	
Annable 	
Appledale 	
Argenta  	
Arras	
Arrow Creek 	
Arrowhead—	
Arrow Park, East	
Arrow Park, West	
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Ashton Creek..	
Aspen Grove	
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Atlin 	
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Avola 	
Bainbridge 	
Balfour    	
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D. J. Barclay	
L. N. Beckwith	
J. Olivier	
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L. G. C. d'Easum
G. R. Baker	
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J. C. Thomas	
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F. T. Stanier	
W. E. Bavis	
Cowichan Health
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9
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14
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Barkerville	
Barnston Isand 	
Barriere Forks.	
Barriere River   	
Baynes Lake 	
Bear Creek   —
Bear Flats 	
T. W. Sutherland
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H. A. Christie	
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G. A. Ootmar	
H. A. W. Brown
J. H. Hamilton	
D. B. Ryall —	
Miss Hill
3
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3
6
6
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9
J. C. Thomas
21       5
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Beaverley  —	
Beavermouth 	
Beaver Point  	
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W. H. Wood    .
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M. F. Lucas 	
J. H. Hamilton	
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Bench  _—
Bend 	
Benvoulin     ...
Beresford 	
BevaTi       ..
Big Eddy	
Big Lake	
91      2i    8
H. A. McLean 	
H. A. McLean	
L. N. Beckwith	
F. T. Stanier	
M. F. Lucas	
G. A. Ootmar	
J. A. Ireland	
T. A. Briggs	
J. H. Hamilton
H. F. P. Grafton
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CC 33
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
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Poorly lighted	
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O.K.—	
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Fair state of repair_
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Fair.
Trachoma, 1  	
3
2
Influenza	
Measles and chicken-pox	
Fair 	
Good ._ 	
Good.
Satisfactory  for
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Good condition	
Satisfactory- 	
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Diphtheria, 1 	
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Good -	
Clean.
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Few cases of glandular fever ...
Good.
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Satisfactory; well
heated and ventilated
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heated
Good 	
Good 	
Good 	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Clean.
Clean.
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Measles, 4 —    ■ -
Clean ; adequate.
Cardiac, 1	
Good.
Good ..... 	
Poorly lighted	
Satisfactory  -
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Good 	
Satisfactory	
Good.
Good.
Torticollis,  1	
Good.
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O.K.
Good	
Good.
Mumps, 11 ; German measles, 3
Influenza  —	
Nervous, 1	
Satisfactory —
Satisfactory  ..
Windows favourably
placed
No good.
No good.
....
Adequate.
Measles, 12; whooping-cough, 9
Good - -    	
Good.
Good condition	
Measles   	
Good    -
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light  comes  from
right;    has    been
improved over two
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Appendicitis,  1    —
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J. G. Robertson.	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon..
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4
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J. P. Ellis  	
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J. Olivier ___	
W. H. Wood -
F. Inglis	
3
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H. F. Tyerman	
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0. G. Ingham	
0. G. Ingham 	
0. G. Ingham	
S. G. Mills    	
Mrs. B. Thompson ...
2
Cedar, East 	
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H. A. W. Brown...	
W. Scatchard	
5
2
3
21
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Chase Creek	
Miss E. G. Allen	
1
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J. C. Thomas	
C. Ewert , - 	
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Chilco. 	
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W. Truax 	
J. G. Robertson	
Chu Chua           .
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J. G. Robertson __
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F. T. Stanier	
T. C. Holmes	
Cowichan  Health
Centre
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W. E. Henderson    .
J. F. Grant   	
T. A. Briggs	
T. A. Briggs _	
J. Whitbread	
S. G. Mills	
5
4
1
5
4
D. McCaffrey	
1
3
1
2
2
3
3
R. Elliot      	
2
H. N. Watson	
F. T. Stanier	
J. H. Hamilton	
A. Henderson	
Cowichan Station	
Cowichan Health
Centre
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1
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H. H. MacKenzie    ...
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J. A. Ireland —
R. Elliot
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H. A. W. Brown
L. N. Beckwith
J. G. Robertson	
L. N. Beckwith.	
L. N. Beckwith	
L. N. Beckwith	
1
5
7
5
2
2
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Dawson Creek	
Miss N. E. Dunn
3
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2
3
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1
17
4
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4
1
5
6
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T. C. Holmes 	
Campbell Davidson .
H. G. Burden 	
J. D. Munroe	
T. A. Briggs	
6
0. G. Ingham	
W. H. Mclntyre	
1
1
7
1
5
1
5
2
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L. N. Beckwith
W. H. Mclntyre
D. P. Hanington.
Miss N. E. Dunn   . .
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1
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CC 37
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
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Condition of
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Closets.
State if clean
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1
Satisfactory..	
Satisfactory 	
Good     ...
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
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foreign body in ear, 1
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Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
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Chicken-pox ; influenza.	
Good.. - 	
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Satisfactory _	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Good 	
Good - _	
Clean ; adequate.
Good 	
Good. 	
Satisfactory..	
Good-	
Good  	
Satisfactory _
Frame; part of old
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Clean; adequate.
Clean
Clean; adequate.
6
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Good.
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throat
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Good	
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need attention.
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Clean.
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—
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O.K.. 	
Good 	
O.K 	
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O.K.
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Good...-	
O.K	
Whooping-cough, 4 	
Chicken-pox	
Clean ; adequate.
1
1
Condition good.
Clean ; adequate.
Good 	
Clean.
Clean ; sanitary	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean 	
Clean ; sanitary.
Clean ; adequate.
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H. F. P. Grafton
M. F. Lucas 	
T. A. H. Connold.
T. A. H. Connold
H. A. Christie	
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2
D. B. Ryall	
F. E. Coy 	
2
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Edith Lake	
1
T. A. H. Connold	
Elk Bridge  - .
G. F. Young	
Elko.....	
H. A. Christie	
8
1
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G. A. Ootmar	
F. Inglis 	
W. C. Pitts  	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon...
15
J. D. Munroe	
W. Ross Stone	
D. B. Ryall	
H. F. P. Grafton
J. Olivier 	
C. Davidson 	
E. A. Campbell
R. B. Brummitt  .
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Miss McPherson
2
8
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4
4
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Falkland 	
D. P. Hanington
J. A. Shotton	
T. A. Briggs    -
C. Ewert	
G. A. Cheeseman
W. Truax 	
G. A. Ootmar	
H. A. W. Brown
D. M. King	
J. G. Robertson	
Miss E. G. Allen
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H. F. Tyerman
H. F. P. Grafton
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W. C. Pitts 	
Fort Fraser	
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H. A. W. Brown
H. A. W. Brown
F. W. Green 	
L. B. Wrinch	
T. C. Holmes	
T. C. Holmes	
C. Ewert	
W. C. Pitts
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Fort Steele „
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Campbell Davidson
M. G. Archibald
W. Truax 	
J. Bain Thom	
Miss McPherson
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0. G. Ingham  ._
0. G. Ingham 	
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Closets.
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and adequate.
Satisfactory 	
Very large room	
O.K.
Clean ; adequate.
Urticaria, 1; syndactylism, 2	
Satisfactory	
Adequate	
Adequate	
Satisfactory __	
Satisfactory	
Not crowded 	
Clean ; adequate.
Earth ; clean ;
adequate.
Earth ; clean ;
adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Two; clean.
Clean ; adequate.
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adequate.
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Satisfactory.	
Good  _.
Good condition.	
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Whooping-cough	
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Satisfactory— _
Satisfactory.	
Good....	
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Satisfactory..	
Good. __
Good 	
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Good 	
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Poor.
Good.
Measles, 1........ 	
One   child   has   attacks   of   rheumatic
fever with chorea
Good 	
Good— _ _
Poor construction ...
O.K..	
Good.
Clean.
Good.
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
O.K.
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Clean; adequate.
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Fair.
Good 	
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Good. 	
Good	
Good	
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Good 	
O.K  	
O.K..	
Good 	
Good ; heating poor
Good - -
Satisfactory. 	
Three - room    frame
building,   in   fair
repair;      ventilation  in  one  room
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Two rooms; crowded
Posture B, 23 ; posture C, 4...	
2
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and 1 mitral)
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Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
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C. Ewert 	
J. H. Hamilton	
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R. B. Brummitt.
D. J. FitzOsborne
Miss H. Kilpatrick .
2
1
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J. F. Grant	
D. R. Learoyd	
J. D. Munroe	
D  B. Ryall
MissD. Wilkie
Miss K. Blakey	
Grandview Bench	
1
1
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1
3
10
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H. A. Christie	
T. C. Holmes 	
D. J. Barclay...	
J. C. Thomas	
J. H. Hamilton	
J. D. Munroe	
L. N. Beckwith
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N. A. Stewart.	
J. F. Grant 	
D. B. Ryall	
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Miss D. Wilkie
Hare wood _ ...
O. G. Ingham.	
2
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L. B. Wrinch	
G. E. Wride	
Mrs. B. Thompson ...
Miss 0. M. Garrood
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M. G. Archibald	
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18
14
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15
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T. A. Shotton	
L. N. Beckwith	
Hillcrest (Mount Pre-
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H. N. Watson	
Campbell Davidson..
Miss A. Law	
Miss McPherson
Hilton
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2
4
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1
15
5
2
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23
2
Hope 	
I. Whitbread	
T. A. Briggs	
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181    13l      1
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H. F. P. Grafton.
211     21
281     27
121     12
851     85
151    15
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91       9
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F. Inglis  	
R. B. Brummitt	
H. A. W. Brown.	
W. Ross Stone	
A. Francis	
Mrs. Jean Russell...
Hubert _ 	
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7
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A. E. Perry	
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Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Crowded 	
Good  	
Satisfactory 	
Well ventilated and
heated;   no   overcrowding
Good.
2
1
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condemned.
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory. 	
O.K.
1
Satisfactory  .
Satisfactory.....	
Good.
Good.
Good 	
Good 	
Good.
Measles, 1  	
Good 	
Satisfactory 	
Good.	
Dirty    ceiling    and
walls  make  room
dark
Poorly lighted	
Good	
Good.
—
O.K.
Pulmonary, 2   	
Clean; adequate.
Good	
Grounds    improved;
poor building
Good.
3
3
Tachycardia,  1 ; chorea,  1  	
O.K	
Disgraceful.
Chicken-pox 	
Lighting only fair-
Satisfactory—	
O.K	
Good 	
Excellent 	
Good	
O.K.    ,	
Exceptionally clean..
Good condition	
Good	
Good 	
Good —	
Good 	
Good.	
New ones being
built.
Measles   ...
Good.
Good.
German measles	
2
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Mumps   (all schools) 	
Good.
Scarlet fever..   _
Good.
Clean ; sanitary	
Crowded 	
More desks needed ;
good
Good 	
Several colds  	
Influenza   _
quate.
Cardiac, 1    	
Poor ventilation
O.K.
Clean ; adequate.
0 K
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Satisfactory	
Good 	
Satisfactory	
Dusty     	
O.K.	
Good 	
Satisfactory	
Good.	
Good	
O.K.
1
1
Measles, 2  	
0 K.
Clean ; adequate.
1
Whooping-cough, 9 	
adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
4
3
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T.B. tendency, 3 	
Clean.
1
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__...
Clean ; adequate.
Good
Sinusitis, 1; deviated septum, 1	
Chronic eczema   (face), 1	
Whooping-cough	
Somewhat crowded ..
Excellent	
Good 	
Good condition	
Satisfactory	
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Enlarged tracheo-bronchial glands, 1
Congenital dislocated hip, 1.	
Good 	
Good 	
0 K
No
Condition good.
Nervous, 1 ; cardiac, 1	
Fair	
 2
~~9,
—
Good
Satisfactory 	
No alterations in
rooms or buildings
Defective speech, 2 ; septic throat, 2 ;
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W. H. Moore
5
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4
10
4
12
3
2
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J. F. Grant
D. McCaffrey
9
R. B. White
Miss R. Mahon	
5
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2
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2
10
7
5
1
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2
2
2
2
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L. N. Beckwith
14
19
G. A. Ootmar	
G. E. Wride	
W. H. Wood
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5
Kettle Valley	
1
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D. B. Ryall. 	
2
2
11
17
1
1
11
17
2
4
L. B. Wrinch
1
1
S. G. Mills	
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
9
2
2
1
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L. B. Wrinch	
T. A. L. Connold
H. N. Watson	
H. H. MacKenzie
2
Miss H. Kilpatrick...
2
1
4
3
1
4
3
3
2
4
4
8
10
2
3
1
2
4
H. F. P. Grafton
S. G. Mills
W. Ross Stone
1
5
6
3
2
3
1
1
5
18
 1
3
1
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1
5
1
1
2
4
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Miss D. Wilkie	
0. G. Ingham  	
F. W. Green
5
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4
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2
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0. G. Ingham 	
M. F. Lucas	
J. C. Stuart 	
C. Pitts     .
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L. N. Beckwith
H. H. MacKenzie
J. A. Ireland	
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3
3
2
6
7
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5
6
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5
6
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1
1
2
1
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Louis Creek, Upper	
C. J. M. Willoughby
C. J. M. Willoughby
F. W. Green	
1
2
0. Morris	
0. 0. Lvons	
J. P. Ellis
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J. P. Ellis    	
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W. Scatchard	
F. T. Stanier	
2
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Mara .__ _	
J. D. Munroe	
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Condition of
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Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1
1
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Good	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good
Septic sore throat, 2 ; rubella, 3
Good 	
in ears, 11; wry-neck, 1
1
Good.	
Good
Good.
Good	
Good
1
Satisfactory 	
Good ; not crowded...
Clean ; adequate.
4
"     2
Inadequate.
Measles, 30 ; rubella, 1 ; whooping-cough 3; mumps, 3
Measles, 17 	
Poliomyelitis  	
Good	
Good 	
Clean ; adequate.
Chicken-pox only 	
Building   crowded ;
basement    being
used  as  a  schoolroom ; heating
good; ventilation
poor to fair
Good 	
O.K	
1 ;   Erb's  palsy,  2 ;  blepharitis,  9 ;
cleft palate,  1 ; psoriasis,  1; stiff
arm, 1; old poliomyelitis, 1
adequate for
increased numbers.
Good     •   -
Clean; adequate.
Good 	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Sounds in right apex of lung, 1	
Requires lining;
otherwise adequate
Satisfactory	
Whooping-cough, 12   	
adequate.
2
Tonsillitis;    influenza    complicated by several cases of otitis
media
Excellent;    grounds
are small and not
cleared,    but    the
country    is    very
rugged
Satisfactory.—	
Satisfactory	
Good _	
Well kept	
Epistaxis, repeated, 1 ; trachoma, 1~
Clean; adequate.
2
1
Whooping-cough 	
Scarlet fever ...
Good..	
Good 	
Very good 	
Good .	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
_____ .1	
Dysentery  	
but old.
Good	
Good -	
Satisfactory.    —
Poorly lighted..	
Influenza  	
Diabetes, 1 ; nephritis, 1 ; cardiac, 1_
Clean; adequate.
. ,.__■
Satisfactory	
O.K.                	
O.K.
O.K  	
O.K.
Scarlet fever,  8	
Adequate	
Adequate    	
Good condition ; not
crowded
Satisfactory	
I
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I
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Good....	
Good.
I         _____
Seborrhoeic dermatitis,  1 	
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Meadow Valley..	
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J. F. Haszard	
J. C. Dunn 	
T. E. Roberts	
H. N. Watson	
H. A. Christie	
J. F. Haszard 	
W. Scatchard	
J. Bain Thorn	
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2
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1
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15
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6
10
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9
6
12
10
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4
1
2
2
2
1
10
1
21
2
4
1
2
1
3
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J. E. Knipfel    	
Mensinger Creek 	
G. R. Baker	
J. F. Grant	
G. F. Young	
1
3
1
13
21        5
Midway  	
Mill Bay  	
W. H. Wood	
1
6
1
2
F. T. Stanier	
E. R. Hicks _
D. J. FitzOsborne ....
H. F. P. Grafton
G. A. Ootmar	
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H. A. W. Brown
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G. R. Baker	
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81       8
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H. F. P. Grafton
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251    21
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1
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4
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1
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2
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1
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MacKenzie 	
W. H. Mclntyre
H. A. McLean	
C. J. M. Willoughby
8
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McMurdo 	
Nadina River	
Nakusp 	
Naltesby	
Nanaimo Bay  ,
Naramata. 	
Narcosli Creek	
New Denver	
Newgate	
Nicola     	
Nicola, Lower     .
Nicomen Island 	
Nine Mile	
T. C. Holmes  	
H. F. Tverman	
6
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F. W. Andrew	
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A. Francis	
H. A. Christie	
47
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241    221	
231    201.
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A. F. Gillis _	
W. H. Mclntyre      _
G. R. Baker	
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CC 45
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Building.    State if
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heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Satisfactory.-.- 	
Repaired;   now  has
central     heating;
new plumbing
clean ; adequate.
Adequate; not
clean.
Clean; adequate.
Ill-kept; only
fairly clean ;
not adequate.
Clean; adequate.
large-sized desks
required
Well    heated;    well
ventilated; no
overcrowding
Fairly good	
Satisfactory 	
1
Chicken-pox 	
Pneumonia, 2 ; cleft palate, 2	
well heated
Satisfactory.	
toilets.
Clean; adequate.
Good _ --_	
Frame;  fair  condition
Good condition; not
crowded
Very poor 	
Clean; adequate.
clean ; adequate.
Some malnutrition   	
1
1
Whooping-cough _ .,
Poor.
Very good. 	
Adequate ',  	
Satisfactory 	
diac,   6;   cardiac    (murmur),    1;
asthma, 1
1
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Clean ; adequate.
Overcrowded ... -
Lighting incorrect-
Satisfactory   -
Good  -
Fair repair  -
Good lighting	
O.K - 	
Eight; earth.
Torticollis, 1	
Measles,   29 ;   whooping-cough,
28 ; scarlet fever, 1 ; undulent
fever, 1
Cardiac, 1 ; anaemia, I..... 	
Good.
Good.
Adequate ; dirty.
1
—
Satisfactory	
Good  heating;  window ventilation ;
not crowded
Poor   in   every   particular
Fair only  	
Satisfactory 	
Good   --.  	
Very good 	
Good       	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory „ _ -
Satisfactory	
Clean ; sanitary	
Heart (mitral), 1 	
Poor.
Good.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Influenza	
Measles  —	
Crowded — _
Good -— ' 	
O.K.  ..-- 	
Heart,  1 	
labored.
Good.
O.K.
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Scarlet fever ...  	
Whooping-cough  -..
Good . - 	
Good  	
Good  _-_- —
Modern ;   two-room;
one concrete basement
Frame  with  good
basement
Satisfactory _	
O.K -	
O.K. ...     	
Clean ; sanitary	
Not crowded —_	
Good      . _.      	
Good.
One; clean ; ade
quate.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Pneumonia, 2 ; measles, 4	
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
—
Clean ; adequate.
Dirty.
Clean ; adequate.
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North Bend Public
J. P. Ellis	
Nnvthfipld
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H. G. Burden	
W. H. Wood	
Notch Hill
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G. A. Ootmar   .
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Okanagan Falls	
R. B. White	
0. 0. Lyons	
G. E. Wride	
N. J. Ball ___._.
H. F. P. Grafton     ...
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Mrs. B. Thompson.—
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D. McCaffrey	
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Osoyoos	
Otter Point	
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Oyama _
D. B. Ryall	
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T. A. Briggs	
J. C. Stuart 	
Miss E. G. Allen.	
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D. B. Ryall	
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Campbell Davidson...
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J. A. Ireland. _
R. D. Rush 	
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Pemberton Range	
Pender Island	
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R. D. Rush	
R. B. Brummitt	
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A. F. Gillis	
L. N. Beckwith	
H. A. W. Brown
H. A. W. Brown    .
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Pine, East	
Pine, North 	
Miss N. E. Dunn	
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Pine, Upper 	
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Pine View 	
H. A. W. Brown	
Pioneer Mine.. 	
D. M. King	
W. E. Henderson	
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G. A. Lawson	
J. C. Dunn	
2
Port Clements	
Port Hardy—	
D. B. Ryall	
2
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2
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2
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Port Essington	
A. E. Perry.	
1
Port Renfrew 	
Port Simpson	
4
15
2
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Pouce Coupe  	
L. N. Beckwith
L. N. Beckwith
L. N. Beckwith
A. Henderson—	
6
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Pouce Coupe, East	
12
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.                          CC 47
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
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Pulmonary, 1,    _	
	
	
Fairly good 	
Influ en za 	
Good 	
Fairly good.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Inadequate; cannery closets
O.K.
Good.
Good.
Satisfactory.
3
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Good	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Good 	
Good—	
Chicken-pox; whooping-cough ;
scarlet fever; influenza
Measles, 15; rubella, 1; mumps, 1
diabetes, 1; orthopaedic, 1
2
Satisfactory	
Systolic murmur, 2 ; presystolic murmur,  1 ;  habit  spasm  of  eyes,  1;
cretin type, 1; bronchitis, 2 ; torticollis, 1; nervousness, 7
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Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Influenza     ,	
Very satisfactory
Temporary   quarters ; old and
unsatisfactory
Good..	
Fair.
Good... -
Satisfactory.	
Good __	
Clean ; adequate.
1
accent first and second, 1; systolic
murmur, 1
Fair  	
Badly constructed
Lighting poor	
Good condition ; not
crowded
Fair.
Fair.
Clean ; adequate.
Two ; clean.
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Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate-
Satisfactory 	
O.K 	
Whooping-cough  	
Good  	
Good _ 	
Satisfactory 	
Good ___	
Div. 2 is small and
dark
Satisfactory	
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Orthopedic, 1 _ ■	
Clean.
Clean.
Two; clean.
O.K.
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Fair.
Two; clean.
Clean; adequate.
Inadequate.
Good condition	
Good   	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory -
Good — 	
Good    —	
Good   -
Leueoderma, 1  , 	
Measles  	
Cardiac, 1   ,     —	
O.K.  	
Temporary quarters
O.K 	
Good.
1
Good  	
Good   —
Excellent —	
Good   —
Good condition.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Influenza; whooping-cough     .
Lordosis, 3; scoliosis, 3  •	
Satisfactory 	
Good   	
Satisfactory 	
Primary grade well
lighted and airy;
Intermediate   and
Senior poorly
lighted
Clean; adequate.
Satisfactory.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Should be moved.
Adequate.
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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28
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12
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H. H. MacKenzie
Miss N. E. Dunn
5
3
Campbell Davidson...
1
Queen Charlotte City
G. A. Charter	
Queen's Bay 	
G. R. Baker
1
4
1
2
2
2
1
1
3
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2
6
1
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1
6
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3
3
3
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6
2
3
1
13
2
3
8
10
3
6
7
5
2
3
1
2
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H. F. P. Grafton	
G. R. Baker 	
2
2
1
 2
1
R. B. Brummitt	
F. E. Coy    _	
Radium Hot Springs	
Campbell Davidson...
8
2
2
3
2
5
1
2
3
3
6
M. L. Halperin	
C. Ewert .
3
1
2
1
J. L. Gayton     —
R. D. Rush 	
W. H. Wood	
J. E. Knipfel. 	
L. N. Beckwith
F. Inglis 	
J. A. Ireland	
J. L. Gayton ...
G. C. Kirkpatrick
W. H. Wood	
W. H. Wood
Roberts Creek, East	
1
1
2
3
6
2
2
1
1
1
4
1
3
2
3
7
1
 1
4
1
5
8
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W. H. Wood 	
1
H. F. P. Grafton
4
1
1
4
4
35
2
9
3
2
1
7
L. N. Beckwith
L. N. Beckwith
Rolla, North 	
H. A. Christie -	
J. P. Ellis	
J. A. Ireland 	
H. F. P. Grafton	
T. C. Holmes 	
H. A. W. Brown
R. B. Brummitt	
J. G. Robertson	
E. R. Hicks      .   -
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G. A. Ootmar...	
H. N. Watson
Jno. Whitbread
N. E. Morrison .__.
J. A. Shotton	
C. Ewert       	
Mrs. Grindon	
51
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4
4
3
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4
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T. A. Briggs     	
T,. N. Beckwith
T. E. Roberts	
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CC 49
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Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Epidemic   of   whooping-cough;
large number  of colds  with
tonsillitis; influenza
Good  	
Crowded      slightly;
about    two    over
maximum
Good  „.".,.	
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
truss worn
Mitral stenosis, 1 ; mitral regurgitation, 1 ; tachycardia, 2
Heart,   2      "  - -	
6
4
Poorly ventilated
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Influenza ;  whooping-cough
Good... ...-
Good   .  _	
5
2
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
of pigment of skin,  1
Glandular  fever,   1;  pulmonary,   4;
cardiac, 1 ; posture, 2
Whooping-cough; tonsillitis
Much improved since
last year
Not crowded 	
Good 	
2
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory —
Good ;   lighting   and
ventilation   defective
Poorly lighted	
Good --	
Clean; adequate.
V
Clean; adequate.
Good condition ; not
crowded
Satisfactory __ _..
Overcrowded	
Good  -
Satisfactory— _	
More   light   needed;
otherwise satisfactory
Good  	
Clean; adequate.
0 K.
New   school;   clean
and healthy
Very clean ,	
Good condition   	
Good  condition	
or nasal septum, 1
--
-—
Good — -
Satisfactory-— 	
        2
1
1
Old school in deplorable condition; but
a    first-rate    new
school    was    built
during the school-
year, which is very
satisfactory
Well cared for	
Well cared for	
Satisfactory	
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Good condition
School enlarged and
much  improved ;
brighter
O.K..    - _	
Cardiac, 1 ; trachoma, 2 ; asthma, 1	
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
	
Good,..- - 	
Good - 	
Good           -
Dirty.
5
Measles, 118 ; rubella, 1; whooping-cough, 43 ; trachoma, 3
Good           -
ana?mic, 5
be improved.
Good __ 	
Good    	
Satisfactory "     -
Good              - 	
Mumps, 29 ; German measles, 1
O.K.
~~2
Satisfactory.,	
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Good-   -.
O.K.
Good.
Cleft palate, 1. '■ -
Good    __	
No overcrowding;
heating and ventilation satisfactory
One crowded
1
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RURAL AND
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D. B. Ryall   	
Mrs. Walls. 	
L. B. Wrinch
1
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F. Inglis _ _	
J. C. Stuart	
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J. F. Grant
18
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14
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E. Buckell      	
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R. B. Brummitt.	
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J. H. Hamilton	
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1
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T. C. Holmes _____
H. H. MacKenzie
A. F. Gillis —	
6
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L. N. Beckwith
Miss N. E. Dunn
2
3
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H. F. P. Grafton
N. A. Stewart	
H. H. MacKenzie
H. L. Burris 	
N. J. Paul	
1
1
1
2
3
1
3
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2
2
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6
4
2
4
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Stirling Creek	
G. E. Wride	
G. R. Raker
Mrs. B. Thompson.—
4
2
9
 4
1
17
 2
2
1
3
2
T. C. Holmes —
W. Ross Stone   	
M. G. Archibald.
E. Bunkell
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
Stuart Station 	
Sullivan Valley 	
Miss 0. M. Garrood
Sunnybrook.	
L. N. Beckwith
C. R. Symmes 	
A. E. B. Perrv     .
H. A. W. Brown	
L. N. Beckwith
L. N. Beckwith
Miss N. E. Dunn
4
3
1
Sunrise Valley 	
Sunset Prairie 	
Miss N. E. Dunn
Miss N. E. Dunn   ...
21     4
1
51       51
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5
7
1
L N Beckwith
3
L. N. Beckwith -—
I
1
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 51
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Good  	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good	
Satisfactory	
Clean ; adequate.
adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
3
Very good	
Good 	
O.K  .
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Severe headache, 1	
2
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Satisfactory.	
Good 	
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Satisfactory 	
Good condition ; not
crowded
Good 	
Ventilation deficient
Good   	
1
2
Fair.
4
1
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cough, 4 ; measles, 1
Clean ; adequate.
Satisfactory	
Good -	
4
Fair.
arthritis, 1
1
Good	
Good -	
Fair 	
Not crowded 	
1
Not crowded....	
Good 	
Heart, 3                   -    —
2
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Good —	
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Satisfactory.-	
Good   	
Poor ; badly lighted ;
poorly situated
Good. - -
Good  -
Satisfactory 	
O.K — 	
C ardiac, 1  	
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Fair.
Good.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
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O.K .■   	
O.K  .—	
Clean ; adequate.
Disgraceful.
Untidy ._  	
Dilapidated.
Satisfactory ;
chimney has been
repaired
Good....  —-	
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Poorly heated_ ..
Adequate; dry
1
earth required.
Clean.
Influenza ; pertussis	
Satisfactory 	
Adequate.
Satisfactory ._._	
Not crowded	
O.K 	
Inadequate.
Cleft palate, 1
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Good - --
O.K —	
Clean ; adequate.
1
O.K.
Satisfactory 	
Well cared for ... 	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Cardiac, 1_   	
No  alterations  in
school; playgrounds improved
Slightly crowded.	
Clean; adequate.
Good	
Clean; adequate.
Poorly   lighted   and
ventilated
Crowded ; dusty
Well kept	
Dilapidated	
Adequate.
Need repair.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Well cared for—	
Clean; adequate.
1 CC 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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F. T. Stanier	
Cowichan Health
Centre
C. Ewert	
1
1
1
Taghum 	
Tappen Siding 	
E. Buckell	
E. Buckell	
1
1
1
1
1
5
2
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F. W. Green	
2
2
2
2
2
4
3
1
4
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17
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3
3
2
4
4
3
12
24
6
18
5
10
4
1
3
8
8
2
4
81
12
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3
4
7
4
2
29
3
5
6
5
5
18
13
40
12
2
5
10
1
5
Taylor Flats 	
H. A. W. Brown
T. C. Holmes	
1
1
4
1
5
9
5
25
2
7
10
10
1
E. E. Hildebrand
1
4
1
Telkwa 	
R. B. Brummitt	
G. R. Baker. _.
N. J. Ball	
C. Ewert	
M. F. Lucas 	
9
2
1
4
Ten Mile Lake	
Testalinda 	
Miss R. Mahon	
8
3
6
2
3
4
6
8
2
1
1
1
10
2
12
4
5
4
8
1
2
53
11
3
1
1
4
5
6
28
8
2
4
6
2
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5
2
2
2
1
11
10
28
3
25
1
2
1
1
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2
2
4
1
1
D. B. Ryall	
D. B. Ryall	
Tintagel	
T. C. Holmes   	
1
1
Topley    	
R. B. Brummitt
1
J. D. Munroe	
1
22
5
1
2
1
53
8
1
1
2
1
11
3
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1
4
7
8
1
1
1
4
15
1
1
5
1
3
1
3
1
5
2
5
4
2
T. A. Briggs	
R. D. Coddington	
1
5
1
1
12
1
L. N. Beckwith	
5
Turtle Valley 	
L. N. Beckwith
Miss N. E. Dunn
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
5
W. E. Bavis	
W. E. Bavis	
T. C. Holmes.	
E. R. Hicks _	
H. W. Hill 	
S. G. Mills	
R. E. Ziegler .. 	
M. L. Halperin   ...
H. H. MacKenzie
T. H. Lougheed
W. Ross Stone 	
Ucluelet, East	
2
1
2
4
6
14
24
1
5
1
5
1
3
2
12
3
4
Miss C. A. Lucas.
4
8
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2
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2
2
2
2
2
3
2
R. D. Rush	
R. D. Rush   -	
C. J. M. Willoughby
R. B. Brummitt.
H. A. Christie	
R. Gibson   .  .._
H. A. Christie 	
9
5
2
3
3
8
1
4
32
6
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1
Waldo   	
2
1
2
1
1
3
1
Waterloo	
D. P. Hanington
H. F. P. Grafton
W. Scatchard _
Miss E. G. Allen	
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2
1
2
1
1
2
5
8
2
1
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2
21
2
3
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19
38
5
11
13
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5
4
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9
0. G. Ingham	
K. P. Groves	
E. W. Sutherland
G. A. Ootmar	
Wm. Buchanan  .
Wellington, South	
Wells      	
Miss E. G. Allen
3
Miss G. Hill	
1
1
3
10
2
3
2
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J. G. Robertson—	
E. Buckell   . 	
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i MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 53
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Good	
1
Good.. 	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Very good  _.
O.K 	
.-..
__.
repairs.
0 K
Some malnutrition   	
Influenzal  infections. 	
Not too well ventilated
One not wind or
wet proof.
O.K	
0 K
Heating   and   ventilation   inadequate
Good	
cated for toilets.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good —
Good 	
Clean; adequate.
2
Whooping-cough 	
Influenza  	
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good—_	
Good —	
O.K  	
0 K
31
Frame; good	
Satisfactory 	
Excellent-	
O.K  	
Good condition ; not
crowded
No
Anaemia,   1     	
1
Inadequate toilets.
Condition good.
Clean; adequate.
Poor  posture,   4    	
Whooping-cough ..__ —	
Crowded  	
"Very clean  	
Satisfactory	
Tidy- - --
Good   	
Good ;  suitably ventilated and heated
Suitably    ventilated
and  heated; good
condition
O.K.    	
Good   -
Heating   ajid  ventilation     might    be
improved
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Measles.....  	
C'ean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
1
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Skin,   3    (non-infectious) ;   orthopaedic   defects,   4 ;   orthopaedic   defects   improved,   1 ;
other defects improved, 10
adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
—
Good .....	
Poorly ventilated
 1	
1
Heart, 2    	
 7
Very satisfactory —
Good ..       -      ....,	
Clean; adequate.
Satisfactory . ;	
Satisfactory   	
O K
0 K
O.K.
1
Follicular conjunctivitis, 1
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory.— __
Good 	
Satisfactory	
2
Clean ; adequate.
Parotitis, 2 ; scarlet fever, 1
Influenza  ____
Satisfactory	
Good - -	
Good ____ 	
Good   -	
Satisfactory 	
Good in all respects ;
new
Good —	
Good sanitary condition
Good	
___.
—
Clean.
Scarlet fever  	
Parotitis, 32 	
Measles, 5 ; gonorrhoea, 1	
Measles, 16 	
Cardiac, 1 : pulmonary, 1 	
Chronic endocarditis, 2	
Cardiac, 1	
Satisfactory.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Ansemia, 2   	
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.   -	
Satisfactory	
Varicella 	 CC 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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1
3
1
3
2
1
21
14
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27
8
3
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16
26
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11
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L. N. Beckwith
7
2
3
19
3
2
12
1
1
1
13
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F. E. Coy 	
F. E. Coy	
Winfleld
Mrs. A. F. Grindon—
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
18
15
26
9
1
5
2
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11
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7
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C. G. G. Maclean
R. B. Brummitt	
C. Ewert
9
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9
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4
3
H. N. Watson MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1934-35.
CC 55
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Trachoma, 5 ; cardiac, 1 ; chorea, 1 ;
pulmonary, 1 ; torticollis, 1; pallor,
1 ;   mastoid   and   otitis   media,   1 ;
G.C. vaginitis, 1; nasal polypti, 1
12
7
3
Whooping-cough, influenza	
Satisfactory—   __.
Boys' urinals
need better
drainage.
Clean ; adequate.
dicitis, 1
Good 	
Good-	
Well cared for 	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Good  	
O.K 	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Measles, 23	
Cardiac, 4; chorea, 1	
1
3
Good.
Appendix, 1 ; cardiac, 2 ; nervous, 1 .
Good.
O.K.
with compensation, 1 ; moderately
enlarged heart with soft systolic at
apex, 1
crowded;   general
lighting in winter
not of best
Satisfactory.	
Good	
Very good	
Good 	
Good 	
1
....  ,-.
2
Excellent. ,
Good.
Heart, 4
3
Crowded; poorly
ventilated ;  poor
heating ; poor
lighting
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1936.
725-436-7555 

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