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 PROVINCE  OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
TWENTY-FIFTH REPORT
of the
MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS
FOR  THE
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30th, 1936
printed by
authority of the legislative assembly.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.  Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., January 31st, 1937.
To His Honour E. W. Hamber,
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, 1936.
G. M. WEIR,
Provincial Secretary.  REPORT ON MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS.
Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., January 31st, 1937.
The Honourable G. M. Weir, M.A., D.Paed.,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Herewith I beg leave to hand you the Twenty-fifth Report of the Medical Inspection
of Schools for the Province of British Columbia.
It is the rule under Government direction for each department to publish a yearly report
of the activities in their particular department, and to continue, as it were, a continued story
from year to year, showing the relation of the department to other functions of the Government.
And more particularly to show that an effort has been made to distribute as far as possible to
the people such publications as we send out in order that they may understand the activities of
the Government and be able to criticize the information given them and form their opinion as
to the progress that has been made.
When I say progress, I mean that we write descriptive articles which may be compared to
previous years and which result then into further chapters of the continued story as to the
human progress made under the aegis of the Government department which is entrusted with
the responsibility of the safeguarding of the health of the people.
We do not expect to be able to describe spectacular advances that are brought about as the
result of careful administration, particularly in regard to the presentation of the work to the
public in general. But we endeavour to show that the increase in the work of the Department,
which is very material from year to year, is brought about through the necessity of the
Department meeting the results of the advances that we are advocating to the people in regard
to the health-work in general.
The work of our Department has one solid foundation which we preach from day to day
and from year to year, and that is the prevention of disease. We do not in our Department
undertake the management of individual cases or attempt to cure disease. Our mission is
broader and more far-reaching in its effect in regard to the improvement in health of the
people and the diminution of disease by the prevention of disease.
When we look back over the last five years, when we can show a decrease in the diseases,
devastating particularly to children, as having disappeared almost entirely, one is apt to
value the progress in dollars and cents, following the custom of the country. But this cannot
be done.
We can appeal to the people to evaluate the saving in lives in their families, the saving of
money by the prevention of disease and sickness, the increase in the value of the human asset,
by noting the growth, the health-growth of the children, by noting the great improvement in
the advances that are being made in the schools, because a sick child in a class in the school
is simply a disappointment to himself and a drawback to the other children.
People from time to time interview us in regard to these matters and make very favourable comments as to the results that we are accomplishing.
In addition, we have by teaching health and hygienic modes of living brought about a
decided change in the physical surroundings of the children. The school environment must
conform to the improvement in the pupils, and in order to do this every school should be
a model as to cleanliness, heating, ventilation, lighting, and means of recreation. No child
is permitted to be unclean. The children from a school, properly conducted as to health-giving
conditions, form healthy habits which stay with them through life. School hygiene is of
immediate and vital interest to every community. It is part of the great business of every
community in the way of making and keeping the people well. The school should be a model
for the community in cleanliness and health-giving conditions.
Physical perfection must and does go hand in hand with spiritual welfare. There is
no use trying to uplift the morals of the rising generation if the environment is, if I may use
the term, materially immoral.
Prevention has been our key-note. There is one item in connection with the health of the
people which has been neglected more than any other, through ignorance, and through entire
absence of the knowledge of what will happen to them in after-life if they continue to neglect
the teeth. We have used every effort to impress upon the people that, if the teeth are neglected,
the child will suffer from chronic diseases as they grow to manhood or womanhood. J 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
One way to convince the people is by demonstrations in a practical manner of the postulates that we are laying down. We followed this policy last year and we have held dental
campaigns in different parts of the Province during the year. As the result of our work in
conjunction with the local organizations, particularly the Women's Institutes, we treated
during the past year 6,699 school-children, and we append an interesting account of the work
which was done in the Municipality of Surrey under the Women's Institute.
I do not think it is necessary to comment on this report, which gives in a terse form an
account of the feeling of the people, especially when the demonstration was completed. Following the work in Surrey, one of the dentists who assisted in the Surrey work went north and
completed some work in the Peace River country, and I am attaching copy of a report received
from this dentist.
These reports read like a fairy-tale, but I only wish we had space to publish the letters
from all parts of the Province from happy parents, from grateful women's organizations,
thanking us for the work we have done.
We are only beginning and intend to continue the demonstration. It is only by having the
force of public opinion behind us that we can hope to accomplish our object. It is our aim to
bring our efforts to the point where some practical results may be obtained, and that is by
having every one convinced that it is their duty to visit their dentist once or twice a year for
an examination and not wait until the teeth are sacrificed or half a dozen operations have to
be carried out, such as fillings and the rest of it. In this way the work could be carried out
at a very small cost.
HEALTH-WORK BY WOMEN'S INSTITUTES.
Women's Institute Branch,
Department of Agriculture, January 26th, 1937.
Dr. H. E. Young,
Provincial Officer of Health,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir,—I beg to submit a report on the health-work in which the Women's Institutes
in this Province have co-operated.
" I have never spoken at a meeting before, but I cannot sit still. From the bottom of my
heart and soul I want to thank whoever made it possible to have the teeth of the children of
this school treated."
So spoke a member of the Hazelmere Women's Institute at the Birthday Party in April,
1936. Continuing in an unsteady voice, she said: "No one who has not experienced it can
believe the difference. For years there has not been a week elapsed that I have not had one
or more of my five children home from school with toothache, crying through the night, losing
days from school, and now you would not know them. They are full of life and spirits. Oh!
If there is anything I can do to help this work, to bring health to other children, let me know.
And again I express my gratitude to whoever is responsible for this great blessing."
This woman is one of the mothers of the 1,608 children treated by the dental clinic
organized through the efforts of the Women's Institutes, the Parent-Teachers' Association,
and the Provincial Board of Health.
Early in 1935, Mrs. R. E. Kocher, President of the Hazelmere Women's Institute, began
the campaign for a municipal nursing service. Failing in this, she tried for a dental service.
Again failure confronted her, but optimism and determination seem to be the principal
ingredients of Mrs. Kocher's character, coupled with an unfailing good nature. For, as she
smilingly assured a member of one of her audiences, " You cannot offend me, you know, because
I am not working for myself."
Mrs. Kocher's third attempt for a dental service was for the three school districts comprising the area served by the Hazelmere Women's Institute. The mouth condition of the
pupils of these three schools was carefully examined by the local dentist at the expense of
the Provincial Department of Health. The mouths of 127 children were examined and defects
were noted on dental charts for each of the 127. In this Garden of British Columbia, this
land flowing with milk and honey, just one child has perfect teeth. One hundred and twenty-
six children had defects ranging from one cavity to fifteen.    Some teeth were so bad that they MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36. J 7
should all have been removed. The Hazelmere Institute raised the necessary amount of money
and after a great deal of delay dental treatment was begun for these children. In the meantime residents in other school districts of the municipality became interested. Meetings were
held and the dental report on these 127 children was discussed. But to a great extent the
authorities were working in the dark because the only available figures as to the probable
cost of the clinic came from the Peace River, where 1,105 children were treated at an average
cost of $1.75 each. It was thought that the children of the Fraser Valley could not have such
bad teeth as those of the Peace River District. However, when the work was completed (by
the same dentist who treated the Peace River children), it was found that the cost averaged
$3.11 for the 1,608 children of the Surrey District owing to the enormous amount of work
required for each child.
The Surrey method of organization and administration is one to be commended. Each
school district agreed to raise a certain sum per pupil, based on the enrolment of the schools.
When that sum was collected, it was deposited in the bank and a deposit-slip sent to the
secretary-treasurer of the executive of the dental clinic, who paid the dentist by cheque. Thus
the secretary-treasurer, Miss Francis Martin, handled no actual cash.    She reports:—
" We feel most certain that the people of this municipality realize and appreciate what
has been accomplished in this dental service at so little cost to them. We hope next year to
have the work carried on again in most of the schools through the Parent-Teachers' Association
or the Women's Institute."
Probably ^his Surrey clinic was the most noteworthy for several reasons—the lack of
interest at the beginning, the large area which was served eventually, and the quality and cost
of the work. The cost per patient was very reasonable, clearly demonstrating that by co-operation almost any parents can afford to have their children's teeth kept sound. As has been
told previously, the cost per patient in the Peace River District was almost half the cost of
that in the Surrey District.
In the Chilliwack District five institutes contributed towards the fund raised by the Rotary
Club.
In Kaslo the Women's Institute assisted the Women's Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion
and ninety-one children received treatment.
At Nelson the Women's Institute has been active in agitating for dental service not only
for Nelson, but for all adjacent districts.
While on a visit to Gibsons Landing in October I spoke of the need for dental treatment
for children, and was told: " Ever since the Provincial Board of Health paid for the first
dental clinic in 1926 the Council has had the dental work done annually."
Pender Island Women's Institute, one of the Gulf Islands group, has a sum of money
collected to continue the dental service.
I visited the points in the Lillooet District and am sure that dental service would be
provided if a little time was spent at the larger centres instructing groups in the method of
organization. Every one I met showed a sympathetic understanding of the importance of
this service.
Port Moody Women's Institute is considering a dental clinic for their community.
Courtenay is still considering the nursing and dental service.
At the District Conference held in Parksville the following resolution concluded an
animated discussion, in which most of the delegates took part (the resolution received unanimous endorsation) :—
" Whereas there exists a tragic need of assistance for children suffering from dental decay,
defective eyesight, diseased tonsils, and many other ailments:
" And whereas there is no agency so effective nor so economical as a Public Health Nurse
in helping parents and Women's Institutes to detect and remedy these:
" And whereas the cases of relief and charity are similarly effectively handled by the
Public Health Nurse:
" And whereas such a nurse placed in any district can, by the regular work, demonstrate
in six months the value of her services in dollars and cents in any district:
" Therefore be it Resolved, That we, the Women's Institutes of Vancouver Island North,
in conference assembled, respectfully urge that an increased amount be granted to the Provincial Department of Health in order to further assist in establishing Public Health Nursing J 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
services and in helping those districts anxious to remedy the teeth, eye, and tonsil defects of
children."
Moved by Mrs. Tryon, Parksville;  seconded by Mrs. Marshall, Qualicum;  and carried by
the Vancouver Island- North District Women's Institute Conference.
Respectfully submitted.
V. S. McLachlan,
Superintendent, B.C. Women's Institutes.
REPORT ON DENTAL WORK IN PEACE RIVER AND SURREY.
825 Granville Street,
Vancouver, B.C., January 5th, 1937.
Dr. H. E. Young,
Provincial Officer of Health,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Dear Dr. Young,—The following is a report on my work and observation during my
association with the British Columbia Board of Health in connection with dental work
completed for school-children in the Peace River District, also the Surrey school dental work
for the year ended 1936. »
The successful handling or, may I use my own term, contacting with children is a problem
in itself. In this work I use certain methods which I have followed during my entire length
of practice, and so far have never failed in successfully meeting the child, except where the
parent interferes. First of all, to be successful in this work one must have a genuine affection
for all children; to many dentists the sight of a child means trouble, whereupon it should mean
another little friend. One must make a thorough study of human nature, understand and
know how to apply psychology, and one must never deceive or make a false statement to a child;
I learned this many years ago.
The work in Surrey County was greatly needed, and in all the time I spent there I met
583 children. For these children I performed 3,797 operations, averaging 6.5 per child. This
would seem, and is, a very high average, proving the deplorable dental condition among the
school-children existing in this district. In all, I might say that the work here was most
pleasant in every way. The co-operation of the local committees interested in this work proved
a great factor in its success, and I am sure the future will bring its just reward.
Now to take you to the far north, to the Peace River District. Here I found the dental
condition much improved as compared to last year; this of course was to be expected. There
were, however, many children treated this year that were either missed last year or else new
within the district. The average per child last year, I believe, was 3.6, while this year we
find it 2.6. The most noticeable change I found was the cleanliness of the mouth and the
wonderful improvement of the child's attitude towards the dentist. As, for instance, in one
case I recall a boy of 12 who I had just filled three teeth for; he was such an ideal patient,
so pleasant and jolly, that after having finished, I made this remark: "Well, George, it
has been a great pleasure to do this work for you to-day, and I am really sorry to see you go."
He laughed and remarked:   "Well, that is different from what you told me last year."
" Oh! "  I asked, " And what did I say? "
" Well," he replied, " I thought you were going to give me a good shaking."
" Did you deserve it? " I asked.
" Yes, I did," he replied.
" Well," I remarked, " hasn't it been a wonderful change this year; everything has been
so pleasant." I was really sorry to see George go. There are many interesting incidents like
this that I might make mention of, but I prefer to hold until later date, when I hope to write
more fully my memoirs of my work in connection with school dentistry. The number of
children contacted in this district for this year is 1,040. The work in this district is very
difficult owing to the fact that many children are obliged to travel a long distance over roads
that are sometimes impossible for the modern vehicle. For instance, in one place I recall
five young girls in their teens that walked 11 miles each way in order to have their dental
work done.    There are cases where it has taken many hours for a group of children driven MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36. J 9
by horse-team to reach the clinic, arriving late in the day. Under these circumstances you
will understand it is absolutely necessary that this work be completed at once, as a return
trip would be out of the question. This makes it necessary for a dentist to work many times
long after hours. This year we were obliged to work two Saturdays all day, and Sunday as
well, without a let-up. However, we were able to complete almost on schedule time, due
greatly to the efficiency of Dr. J. S. Cull and the charming, efficient, and kindly nurses, members
of the Board of Health staff of the Peace River District.
It was also very interesting to note the very few permanent teeth that had to be extracted
as compared with last year. For instance, I removed only thirty-four this year and treated
over 1,000 children, whereas, I was obliged to extract many hundreds last year for about
600 children. The number of the thirty-four extracted were for children that had not been
treated last year; others were cases where we attempted to save six-year molars if possible,
which later broke away; others were cases where only temporary fillings were used in order
to save the tooth for at least another year.
Where no previous work has been done for children who have reached the age of 10 or 12
and upwards, I believe it will take about three years of annual treatment before the desirable
condition has been obtained. This of course necessitates seeing the child at least once a year
for three consecutive years.
In closing I might state: " To me it was a great pleasure; although the work was hard,
the burden was always lessened by the kindly thoughts of each and every member of your
staff in this district."
Yours very truly,
A. R. Currie.
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   158
Reports from Medical Inspectors   158
High Schools.
Schools inspected:       1934-35,   96:  Reported, 77;  not reported, 19.
1935-36,100:  Reported, 82;  not reported, 18.
Pupils inspected: 1934-35, 12,745.
1935-36, 15,591.    Increase—2,846.
Junior High Schools.
Schools inspected:       1934-35, 11:  Reported, 10;  not reported, 1.
1935-36, 11:  Reported, 11.
Pupils inspected: 1934-35, 5,957.
1935-36, 5,064.    Decrease—893.
Graded City Schools.
Schools inspected:       1934-35,117:   Reported, 98;  not reported, 19.
1935-36,117:  Reported, 88;  not reported, 29.
Pupils inspected: 1934-35,40,197.
1935-36, 41,235.    Increase—1,038. J 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Not inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Cost per pupil:
Per cent, of defects:
Rural Municipal Schools.
1934-35,167:  Reported, 152;  not reported, 15.
1935-36,172:   Reported, 169;  not reported,   3.
1934-35, 17,054.
1935-36, 17,783.    Increase—729.
Rural and Assisted Schools.
1934-35, 731, at a cost of $15,023.17.
1935-36, 788, at a cost of $14,110.10.
1934-35, 32.
1935-36, 53.
1934-35, 21,205.
1935-36, 21,011.
1934-35, 71 cents.
1935-36, 67 cents.
1934-35, 105.41.
1935-36, 116.75.
Decrease—194.
Increase—11.34 per cent. STATISTICAL TABLES. J 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Miss P. Charlton	
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319
568
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363
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186
75
64
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117
131
92
149
28
70
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17
34
131
22
134
228
80
36
237
201
18
8
395
86
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33
296
538
18
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363
14
67
184
68
64
19
109
131
88
149
28
70
48
16
34
131
17
130
221
76
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223
197
18
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395
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1
2
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1
1
1
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5
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6
6
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6
6
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10
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4
9
5
7
9
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12
18
4
4
15
15
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28
36
1
4
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25
36
2
12
2
2
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H. E. Cannon	
C. C. Browne	
G. James 	
	
1
11
12
22
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2
4
3
17
6
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6
9
17
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1
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9
11
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96
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J. McKee.	
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27
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26
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3
3
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G. K. MacNaughton
J. S. Cull	
A. A. King	
12
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Delta Municipality:
6
12
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33
2
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22
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7
6
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35
68
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1
110
186
3
45
1
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1
5
4
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6
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24
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6
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Duncan  	
Esquimalt — 	
Fernie.    	
H. P. Swan	
J. S. McCallum	
G. A. Kelman	
R. D. Rush— 	
Miss G. Homfray
Miss E. Morrison
Miss W. E. Seymour.
2
3
14
W. Truax ...	
C. C. Browne	
G. E. Wride _	
Miss M. Upshall
9
1
F. Inglis.—-	
W. J. Knox	
G. E. Wride	
Mrs. J. Russell	
Miss M. Myles	
Mrs. B. Thompson....
Kelowna 	
Keremeos    .  ..
3
1
9
1
2
34
3
1
6
10
2
7
6
28
10
11
Maple Ridge:
Miss M. E. Grierson.
l
3
2
1
5
2
1
2
2
6
Merritt	
G. H. Tuthill	
3
Nanaimo 	
Nelson	
W. F. Drysdale
W. A. Moffatt...	
J. P. Ellis	
Miss M. Upshall
Miss K. M. Gordon....
10
2
North Bend  	
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New Westminster:
D. A. Clark	
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SCHOOLS.
Other Conditions, specify
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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.
Nervous, 3; pulmonary, 19;   (pneumonia,  hay-fever,  etc.) ;   mastoid,
3 ;   rheumatism,   2;   digestive,   4;
anaemia, 3 ; menstruation, 1; skin
(psoriasis),  1; anchylosis of hip,
1; clubfoot, 1; appendicitis  (op.),
10 ; valvular heart-trouble,  1
Old rickets, 1; scoliosis, 1 ; icthyosis
simplex,   1;  endocarditis,  chronic,
2;  acne,   14;   defect,   vision   with
cor., 19
SCHOOLS.
Cardiac, 1-
Cardiac, 6..
Cardiac, 2._
Cardiac, 1„
Cardiac, 1 ; eczema, 2 ; appendix, 3
skin-rashes, 4
Psoriasis  _  	
Cardiac, 2	
Cardiac, 10 _ „„ 	
Nervous, 1; skin, 3 ; anaemia, 1; wax
in ears, 4
Cardiac, 6..
Appendectomy, !__..
St.   Vitus,   1 ;  spine,   2;  cardiac,   2
chest, 1
Cardiac,  1  __
Cardiac, 3 ; nervous, 5 .
Epilepsy, 1; squint, 1; stiff elbow, I
sinusitis, 1
Chronic asthma, 1— 	
Deformed chest, 2 ; heart, 2	
Pneumonia, 1 ; tonsillitis, 6; sinitus,
2 ;   appendectomy,   3 ;  nervous,   1;
fractures and sprains, 12
Heart, 4 	
Nervous, 4; anaanria, 3 ; heart, 7; orthopaedic, 2; pulmonary, 1
Measles; chicken-pox-
Mumps..
Mumps ; German measles	
German measles, 11 ; mumps, 2
Measles __
German measles, 49 ; whooping-
cough, 13 ; mumps, 2; pneumonia, 1
Chicken-pox. -~.
Scarlet fever
Scarlet fever
measles _ _
chicken-pox .
Hard to heat in
severe weather
Cold in winter	
Good - - -
Not crowded; well
heated; ventilation fair
Good.	
Good _ —..
Fair. _
Good —- —
Fair; lighting not
good
Good    heating    and
lighting;   not
crowded
Not crowded ;  good
I    ventilation
Good,- _____
Good  _	
Good _ -	
Satisfactory —	
German measles, 11-
Rubella, 12  -	
Rubella,  7 ; chicken-pox, 1 _
Influenza, 50 ; mumps, 1 ; German measles, 1
Rubella..
Measles;  whooping-cough;
mumps ; chicken-pox
Mumps ; German measles .__
Mumps _  - 	
Flu .._— 	
Chicken-pox, 43  _	
Pertussis; mumps.
Mumps, 3 ; influenza ; rubella .
Rubella _
Rubella, 4; chicken-pox, 1;
mumps, 4 ; scarlet fever, 1 ;
whooping-cough, 1 ; influenza, 1
Morbilli  - _ -.
German measles, 6	
Not crowded; ventilation fair; heating fair; coal-
stoves in each
room
Well heated; adequate ; air-space
well constructed
Good; uncrowded;
well heated and
ventilated
Satisfactory— „_.
Good  —	
Good	
Adequate -
Good..
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good.
Acceptable.
Clean.
Good; fairly
clean.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Good.
Acceptable.
Clean; adequate.
Inadequate.
Good.
Heating,
and       ventilation
are modern
Adequate. 	
Good   __—
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Dirty.
Clean; adequate.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
lighting, Clean; adequate.
Very crowded __ __..
Satisfactory „ 	
Poorly ventilated _
Very poorly heated
and ventilated
Generally good .
Good- - -
Good-
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Poor.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; fairly
adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
O.K. J 14
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HIGH
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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R. A. Gilchrist
360
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126
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94
293
65
28
140
212
24
85
111
110
279
41
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8
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232
17
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658
553
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1511
1236
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562
826
1017
220
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530
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322
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50
109
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278
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161
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108
108
277
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511
605
555
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357
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15
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13
16
10
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20
45
12
70
43
18
34
20
12
7
25
24
10
1
3
5
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8
13
15
108
3
7
3
17
2
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28
22
67
10
31
14
6
79
18
26
3
2
12
134
194
90
494
220
133
327
260
111
8
214
99
6
1
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148
2
6
1
1
8
9
17
8
22
5
7
13
5
4
5
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7
3
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7
2
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6
6
1
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27
1
1
5
9
3
2
7
5
13
24
65
1
2
12
4
4
8
2
3
N. J. Ball.	
D. P. Hanington
W. Buchanan   .
C. T. Hilton	
Miss A. Hall
15
Miss E. G. Allen
1
10
4
4?
R. G. Langston..	
0. 0. Lyons 	
C. Ewert	
R. G. Large	
4
Powell River:
Prince George:
Mrs. G. Bond -	
1
8
2
3
1
1
Prince Rupert:
King Edward 	
Miss M. Osborne
34
7
9
2
3
15
11
D. McCaffrey.. -
G. D. Oliver	
1
J. H. Hamilton..	
Miss A. Thom	
2
1
6
Rolla 	
J. S. Cull	
E. E. Topliff. -	
D. Berraan  	
D. Berman.- 	
D. Berman.. -..	
H. G. Burden	
Miss N. E. Dunn
4
Saanich:
1
3
2
3
8
1
Mount Newton.	
Miss B. Jenkins	
1
2
26
2
1
9
A. and S. E. Beech -
A. Francis	
7
6
2
1
2
2
26
11
16
4
2
1
2
N. J. Paul    	
J. M. McDiarmid
Miss J. M. Arnould .
~5
3
1
3
18
18
F. D. Sinclair	
Telkwa   " 	
S. Mills  	
2
4
3
1
1
1
1
5
2
5
10
1
4
3
Trail	
F S. Eaton   	
2
18
40
19
18
50
61
30
71
24
61
22
31
43
5
3
8
11
29
Vancouver :
H. White _	
H. White	
H. White. M	
G. A. Lamont	
H. White -r	
H. White 	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White 	
H. White  	
G. A. Lamont	
3. S. Murray -
A. C. Nash	
Miss M. McLellan
Miss M. Henderson ..
Miss M. McLellan
Miss E. Edwards
Miss M. Henderson-
Miss H. Jukes -	
Miss M. Campbell—.
Miss M. Campbell....
Miss E. Ewart	
Miss L. Drysdale
Miss I. Smith.	
Miss N. Armstrong..
Miss M. Hardy	
of Commerce
School of Commerce
John Oliver	
King Edward..  	
King George	
Kitsilano	
3
2
1
4
3
2
2
2
3
1
28
7
2
3
2
4
7
2
5
20
33
5
* All the boys and girls examined this year. MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 15
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.
Rubella _ ■	
O.K	
(functional system), 2
Measles ; whooping-cough  	
Good	
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
O.K	
Rubella —    '    _	
Good	
Yes
ansemia, 3 ; flat left chest, 1 ; acne,
1 ; hay-fever, 1; ganglion wrist, 1
Measles ;    mumps ;    influenza ;
scarlet fever; pertussis
Mumps ; measles   _	
Good  _
Good. 	
Good. - — _
pzedic, 1 ; hemangioma of lip, 1
Yes.
Orthopaedic, 1 ; blepharitis, 1—	
Heart, 6 ; congenital defects, 4 ; acne,
3 ;   bronchitis,   3 ;   orthopaedic,   2 ;
mass in neck, 1
Clean; adequate.
Rubella,   28;   chicken-pox,   5;
5, mumps, 9
Measles. ___ __	
Good. _ _	
I n adequate 	
Good.
Good - __	
Good  _.
Good.
Rubella,  1 - __ __	
Yes.
Satisfactory _ —
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Heart, 3 ; lungs, 1 ; appendix, 3	
Heart, 10 ; scoliosis, 2 ; lungs, 3 ; appendix, 11
Temporary quarters
since    fire;    very
crowded    in   two
rooms;   O.K.   before
Chest, 1; hay-fever, 1; anaemia, 18;
acne, 7
Chicken-pox ; measles ; whooping-cough
Clean; adequate.
Good - -	
German measles ___ 	
Measles, 13 ; rubella  	
Good- _	
Good.
Fairly satisfactory-
Frame ; good; heating   and   ventilation satisfactory
Satisfactory. 	
Satisfactory - —
Satisfactory. __	
Satisfactory 	
German measles ___ _	
Scarlet fever ; mumps ; German
measles
Yes.
Clean.
docarditis, 3
Yes
Yes
Cardiac, 1; vaccinations, 320 	
Mumps, 2 ; rubella, 17 ; scarlet
fever, 1
i
Cardiac,  2 ;  pulmonary,  1 ; vaccinations, 260
Cardiac, 7 ; pulmonary, 4 ; vaccinations, 669
fever, 2
Mumps,  1; rubella,  9 ;  scarlet
fever, 1
Mumps, 31 ; measles, 2 ; chicken-
pox,  2 ; whooping-cough,  1 ;
rubella, 114 ; scarlet fever, 5
Mumps, 1 ; measles, 1 ; rubella,
24 ; scarlet fever, 6
Mumps, 3 ; chicken-pox, 1 ; rubella, 41 ; scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 2 ; rubella, 38 ; scarlet
fever, 8
Rubella, 9 ; scarlet fever, 3	
Mumps,   16;   chicken-pox,   4;
rubella, 72 ; scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 4 ; chicken-pox, 5 ; rubella, 10
Mumps,   1;   scarlet   fever,   4;
measles, 1; rubella, 51
Mumps, 3 ; rubella, 70 ; chicken-
pox, 3; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps,   5 ;   rubella,   23;   Vincent's angina, 1
Cardiac,  4 ; pulmonary,   1 ; vaccinations, 369
Cardiac, 1 ; vaccinations, 328 —	
Pulmonary, 1; vaccinations, 604	
Pulmonary, 1 ; vaccinations, 143-	
Cardiac,  5 ; pulmonary,  4 ; vaccinations, 473
Anaemia, 2 ; asthma, 1; acne, 5; cardiac,  10 ; eczema,  1;  enuresis,  1 ;
orthopaedic, 21; nervous, 1 ; pallor,
2;   furunculosis,   1 ;   nasopharyngitis, 1 ; malosclusion
Asthma, 1; acne, 3; chorea, 1   	
1
1
2
1
1
Good  	
Fair  	
Clean • adequate.
Fair. J 16
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0. Morris 	
D. P. Hanington	
Mrs. S. Martin	
Miss E. G. Allen	
246
12
246
12
6
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1
1
1
[
21        5
1
       2
Wellington, South	
i
1
4
1
1
C. E. McRae	
J. Olivier	
20
21
20
20
2
4
.
4
1
5
1
6
3
Yahk 	
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JUNIOR HIGH
T. E. Coy    	
33
25
33
25
3
1
3
1
2
8
11
2
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Dawson Creek  	
J. S. Cull 	
Miss R. Mahon	
15
Kamloops	
M. G. Archibald	
Miss O. M. Garrood-
338
329
13
1
13
9
65
1
37
Nanaimo.	
W. F. Drysdale
Miss M. Upshall
211
207
31
7
17
10
3
35
95
44
40
Nelson.	
W. A. Moffatt	
Miss K. M. Gordon....
307
307
2
39
4
4
11
72
267
16
Ocean Falls.—	
R. A. Gilchrist- _
57
57
1
21
1
1
18
7
81    4
Miss M. A. Twiddy___
Miss M. Campbell ....
70
1601
70
1376
48
270
9
70
1
11
2
17
2
73
40
604
26
4
Vancouver:
Kitsilano	
H. White	
14
Point Grey _	
H. White _ 	
Miss M. Ewert.	
1356
984
217
60
2
4
8
29
138
18
3
Templeton _
H. White	
Miss V. Stephens
1621
1414
308
116
4
17
108
196
42
52
Vancouver, West:
A. C. Nash 	
292
262
15
4
20
1
3
26
17
2
GRADED CITY
E. W. Garner	
171
418
445
317
514
8
404
442
35
156
153
418
445
298
503
7
393
442
35
152
4
20
103
2
5
1
2
24
41
17
5
34
62
19
3
6
6
1
3
2
3
8
46
2
20
13
1
8
30
12
49
2
20
6
2
11
100
13
49
124
3
77
20
1
42
22
205
301
38
190
2
283
151
4
77
12
7
Charlton
Tait	
67
23
208
6
Chilliwack:
Central -	
E. McCaffrey.	
J. McKee	
G. E. L. MacKinnon
G. E. L. MacKinnon
G. K. MacNaughton
H. P. Swan _	
H. P. Swan 	
G. B. Helem	
Miss C.
19
Cranbrook:
81
20
1
Duncan :
Duncan..   '
MissG
MissG
E. Homfray
E. Homfray
1
Enderby:
1
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1
1
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 17
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, 1; rheumatic fever, 1 ; mastoid, 1 ; cleft palate, 1 ; diabetes, 1
Cardiac,   1— —___ _	
Trachoma,   6   	
Cardiac, 2 ; nervous, 1  	
Measles,   10;   rubella,   20 ;
fluenza,  15
Rubella,   6 	
Very crowded;
poorly ventilated
O.K  	
Good_
Clean ; inadequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Acceptable.
SCHOOLS.
Good..: 	
bronchitis, 1
ture, 36
2
2
2
9
5
21
6
1
Rubella,   11;  scarlet  fever,  4;
mumps,   5;   chicken-pox,   3 ;
influenza,   25;   whooping-
cough, 1
Varicella ; mobile ; strep,
hsemolyticus
Poorly   heated;
ventilation fair
Excellent 	
blood-pressure,   1 ;   chorea,   1;   appendectomy,   1;   sinitus,   3 ;   pneumonia,  1; tonsillitis,  12;  T's  and
A's, 2
1
3
5
9
13
1
adequate.
1 ; furunculosis, 1 ; heart, 6 ; acne,
1; diabetes, 1; infantile eczema, 1;
undercandid testicle, 1
4
2
4
1
Mumps,   11 ;   chicken-pox,   14;
measles,     1;    rubella,    304 ;
scarlet fever, 25
Mumps,  146 ; chicken-pox,  13 ;
measles,     1 ;    rubella,     279;
scarlet fever, 18
Mumps,    20 ;   chicken-pox,   4;
measles,     1 ;    rubella,     283 ;
scarlet fever, 2
Mumps,    11;    chicken-pox,    1;
rubella,     88;     measles,     1 ;
scarlet fever, 2
tions, 873
tions, 666
tions, 782
Asthma, 2; eczema, 2; acne, 7	
Good- —_ —..
Good.
SCHOOLS.
Cardiac with systolic murmurs, 2;
coxa vara 1 ; poorly developed and
undersized right arm (paresis, but
not paralysis), 1
Conjunctivitis, 16; cardiac lesion,
1 ; epilepsy, 2; asthmatic, 3;
blepharitis, 4; orthopaedic defects
(shoulder, 1 ; ankle, 1; arm, 1 ; leg,
1) : strabismus, 7; flat feet, 4;
stuttering, 4 ; hay-fever, 2
Stammering, 2 ; paralysis, 1 ; cardiac,
1 ; eczema, 2 ; kidney condition, 1;
fractures, 2 ; skin condition, 12
Deformed face, 1 ; deformed hand, 1 ;
nervous condition, 2
Infantile paralysis, 1 ; cardiac, 1	
Nervous, 3; pulmonary, 2; orthopaedic, 3 ; skin, 27 ; nasal catarrh,
20; defective speech, 3; an_emia,
28 ; wax in ears, 47 ; cleft palate, 1
Asthma, 2; cardiac, 2; appendectomy, 1
Posture, 7—  __ 	
Nervous diseases,  2_.
German measles; measles;
mumps ; scarlet fever ; pinkeye
Measles; German measles;
chicken - pox ; whooping-
cough ; pneumonia,  1 ;  rheumatic fever, 1
Chicken-pox, 2 ; German measles, 198 ; whooping-cough,
11 ; scarlet fever, 2; pneumonia, 1
Scarlet fever; German measles ;
chicken-pox; mumps
Scarlet fever; chicken-pox _
Measles, 57; rubella, 30
mumps, 4 ; scarlet fever, 1 ;
chicken-pox, 1
Measles, 3; rubella, 2 	
Measles ; pertussis ; impetigo _.
Rooms well lighted
and ventilated ;
clean   and   plenty
of room
Rooms difficult to
ventilate during
severe cold and
extreme heat
Some rooms crowded ; window ventilation
Good __ __	
Good __	
Good ___ -	
Good_
Good-
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Good.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Fairly crowded.
Good. J 18
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GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Greenwood	
Kamloops:
Lloyd George..
Stuart Wood...
Kaslo  -
G. A. Kelman..
W. Truax	
W. H. Wood...
M. G. Archibald-
M. G. Archibald..
D. J. Barclay	
Kelowna .
W. J. Knox.
Ladysmith	
Merritt 	
Nanaimo:
Middle Ward..
North Ward-
South Ward..
Thomas Hodgson..
Nelson:
Central- 	
Hume. 	
New Westminster:
Central 	
Herbert Spencer	
Lord Kelvin and Lister
Queenshoro	
Richard McBride	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam:
Central 	
James Park	
Port Moody 	
Prince George:
Connaught 	
King George 	
Prince Rupert:
Booth Memorial.	
D. P. Hanington
G. H. Tutill -
W. F. Drysdale _
W. F. Drysdale _
W. F. Drysdale..
W. F. Drysdale ..
W. A. Moffiatt......
W. A. Moffatt.	
D. A. Clark	
D. A. Clark	
D. A. Clark	
D. A. Clark	
D. A. Clark	
C. T. Hilton	
R. G. Langston...
R. G. Langston...
C. R. Symmes—
C. Ewert	
C. Ewert	
R. G. Large	
Miss W. E. Seymour
Miss 0. M. Garrood
Miss 0. M. Garrood.
Miss M. Myles..
Miss E. G. Allen .
Miss M. Morris .
Miss M. Morris .
Miss M. Morris .
Miss M. Morris .
Miss K. M. Gordon
Miss K. M. Gordon
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Mrs. G. Bond.
Mrs. G. Bond.
Miss N. Osbourne-
530 530
344
71
226
307
103
659
53
287
142
100
293
465
218
340
65
226
306
103
659
52
279
140
290
458
210
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486
785
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481
170
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57
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294
294
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131
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72
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90
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68
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130
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33
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204
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323
20
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15 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 19
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.
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Cardiac,   8;   chest,   1;   crippled,   2;
clubfoot, 1
6
11
4
1
Mumps,   24;  German  measles,
16 ; influenza, 175
Measles ;     whooping - cough,
mumps; chicken-pox
Good ; not crowded ;
well ventilated;
well heated
Good 	
Satisfactory 	
Clean ; adequate.
Fairly clean.
Yes.
Defects corrected, 54 ; defective pos
1 Measles, 179 ; chicken-pox,
1      34;    scarlet    fever,    2;,
j      mumps,   30;   whooping-
J      cough, 1
ture, 55
Defects improved and corrected, 31;
rickets, 3 ; defective posture, 54
Good _
Good.
harelip,  2 ; cleft palate,  1;  osteomyelitis leg, 1
Chorea, 16 ; pulmonary and bronchial,
17; cardiac,  9 ; flu,  including the
whole four  Kelowna  schools,   150.
There  are  very  many  cases  of  a
streptococcus   infection   of   throat
with influenza-like symptoms, causing    very   many    cases    of    otitis
media.    Ten  times  more  cases  of
paracentesis of ear-drum than  in
any one other year
4
17
~2
3
Measles, 7 ; pinkeye, 8 ; scarlet
fever, 1 ; chicken-pox, 43
Buildings   all   modern ;    well   ventilated, lighted, and
adequate
Modern; clean;
adequate.
3
Yes.
Epilepsy, 1 ; otitis media, 1 ; defective
Scarlet  fever,   3 ■  rubella,   31;
mumps, 44 ; chicken-pox, 21;
whooping-cough, 8
Whooping-cough,     5 ;     scarlet
fever, 4 ; rubella, 52 ; mumps,
36; chicken-pox, 19
Scarlet  fever,   9 ;  rubella,   18;
mumps, 40 ; chicken-pox, 4
Scarlet fever, 11 ; rubella, 31 ;
mumps, 55 ; chicken-pox, 8
Poorly     ventilated;
fairly crowded
Poorly     ventilated;
heating fair
Poorly     ventilated;
fairly  crowded;
poorly ventilated
Clean ; adequate.
speech,  1 ; tonsillectomy,  6 ; influenza,   6 ; tonsillitis,  9 ; bronchitis,
3;  fractures   (arm,  finger,   collarbone)
Influenza, 9 ; tonsillitis, 7 ; appendic-
tomy,    1;    fractures,    1     (arm),
sprained   ankle;   otitis   media,   1 ;
pleurisy,   1 ;   eczema,   2;  tonsillectomy, 6; asthma, 1
Influenza,   5 ;   fractures,   1    (arm) ;
epilepsy,   1;   defective   speech,   3;
tonsillectomy, 1 ; St. Vitus's dance,
1 ;   tonsillitis,   2;   otitis  media,   1 ;
pinkeye, 4
3
9
7
4
8
1
3
3
1
4
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
1; bronchitis, 2 ; appendectomy, 2 ;
tonsillectomy,     4;     fractures,     2
(arm),    1    (finger) ;   asthma,   2;
sprained    writs,    1 ;    fingers,    5;
ankle,   1
Heart, 7 ; pneumonia, 1 ; rheumatism,
3 ;  strep,  hsemolyticus
Heart, 3 ; rheumatism, 1; chorea, l._.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Measles ; pertussis ; parotitis.-...
Generally good	
Cardiac,  5 ;  pulmonary,   1;  orthopaedic, 8 ; nervous, 1 ; aneemia, 14
Cardiac,   2 ; pulmonary,   1 ; orthopaedic, 8 ; nervous, 3 ; anaamia, 7
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 3 ; orthopaedic, 11; nervous, 4 ; anaemia, 11
1
1
3
9
5
5
2
11
5
4
6
5
5
Mumps,   45;  German  measles,
160 ; measles, 3
Cardiac, 5 ; orthopaedic, 6; anasmia, 6
Anaemia, 30 ; petit mal, 1 ; rickets, 2 ;
nervous, 1 ; cardiac, 2 ; orthopaedic,
1 ; hay-fever, 1
ria, 1
German measles; measles-	
Seem rather crowded
Yes.
Orthopaedic,    3;   ear,   3;   tachycardia, 6
Tachycardia, 3 ; orthopaedic, 1 ; asthma, 1
Cardiac, 1; defective speech, 3 	
10
fj
3
Good—	
7
6
1
4
Measles ;    mumps ;    influenza ;
scarlet fever
Measles,   109 ;  chicken-pox,   2 ;
mumps, 40 ; whooping-cough,
15
Good	
Clean.
Blepharitis,  5 ;  orthopaedic,  1 ;  stye,
1; nasal catarrh, 1
Blepharitis, 2 ; cardiac, 3 ; hernia, 2 ;
orthopaedic, 2 ; ozena, 1
Good	
Clean; adequate.
2
Good.	
Clean; adequate.
Acne, 3 ; otitis media, 2; chorea, 1;
pleurisy,   2;   dermatitis,   1;   bronchitis, 5 ; orthopaedic, 2 ; heart, 5 ;
congenital ichthyosis, 1 J 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Borden Street	
Seal Cove	
Revelstoke:
Central	
Selkirk	
Rossland:
MacLean	
Salmon Arm	
Slocan City— 	
Trail-Tadana'c:
Anabel	
Central 	
East Trail	
Tadanac	
Vancouver:
Aberdeen	
Alexandra-	
Bayview  	
Beaconsfield. 	
Begbie	
Brock	
Carleton  	
Central..	
Cecil Rhodes  	
Charles Dickens	
David Lloyd George..
Dawson 	
Douglas 	
Edith Cavell and
Annex
Fleming	
Franklin 	
General Gordon	
Hastings	
Henry Hudson	
Kerrisdale	
Langara	
Laura Secord	
R. G. Large..
R. G. Large..
J. H. Hamilton.
J. H. Hamilton..
E. E. Topliff..	
Miss N. Osbourne
Miss N. Osbourne
Miss A. Thorn	
Miss A. Thom	
Drs. Beech & Beech..
A. Francis 	
F. S. Eaton..
F. S. Eaton..
F. S. Eaton .
F. S. Eaton-
H. White.	
H. White..
H. White..
G. A. Lamont..
H. White	
G. A. Lamont .
G. A. Lamont _
H. White	
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-
Miss H. Jukes	
Miss D. Shields.	
Mrs. M. D. Schultz.
Miss M. Baynes	
Miss I. Smith	
Miss E. Bell	
Miss J. Murdoch	
Miss O. Kilpatrick.
Miss L. Drysdale...
Miss F. Innes	
Miss L. Drysdale—
Miss H. Jukes	
Miss D. Olmstead—
Miss E. Bell 	
Miss E. Edwards...
Miss I. Smith.....	
Mrs. M. D. Schultz
Miss V. Stevens	
Mrs. M. D. Shultz...
Miss G. Jeeves.	
Miss G. Jeeves. -
Miss M. Baynes	
315
34
207
285
472
156
63
37
890
312
59
424
539
500
275
395
358
254
525
589
535
676
227
429
320
275
307
32
58
1
184
270
435
4
148
17
.2
2
37
890
312
59
4
16
8
444
95
514
97
471
72
270
30
340
59
407
60
803
129
277
32
381
95
600
127
463
95
696
120
186
15
321
55
311
28
300
37
645
125
7391 607! 105
521
642
409
597
81
6121 97
405
485
103
16
36
29
139
39
20
5
16
8
3
48
79
55
57
49
72
53
33
84
96
120
137
2201 218
31
30
40
271
49
4
12
486
49
9
105
134
31
84
50
87
179
85
59J
108
64
219
23
24
20
1
4
23
4
6
14
2
3
17
1
8
2
3
12
49]  30
45
I
57
20
15
15
21  2
13
2| 26
16) 261  3
|   !
87) 581 14
135
79
114
72
128
10
4
4) 1
7
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36 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 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.
Bronchitis, 5 ; heart, 1; dermatitis, 1
Bronchitis,  2 ;  heart,   !_.._  	
Orthopaedic, 2 ; anaemia, 1 ; nervous,
1; pulmonary, 1
Nervous,  1 	
Nervous, 1; cardiac, 1; rickets, 1-
Cardiac, 5 ; toxoid, 24 ; vaccinations,
176
Cardiac, 4; toxoid, 30 ; vaccinations,
201
Cardiac, 1; toxoid, 30; vaccinations,
223
Cardiac, 4 ; toxoid, 9 ; vaccinations,
17
Cardiac,   1;   pulmonary,   8;   toxoid,
18; vaccinations, 112
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 15 ; vaccinations,
139
Cardiac, 5 ; toxoid, 18 ; vaccinations,
299
Pulmonary,  2;  toxoid,  23;  vaccinations, 192
Cardiac,   4;   pulmonary,   1;   toxoid,
18 ; vaccinations, 284
Cardiac,   12;  pulmonary,  2;  toxoid,
20 ; vaccinations, 198
Cardiac,   4;   pulmonary,   2;   toxoid,
29 ; vaccinations, 254
Cardiac,  8 ; toxoid,  18 ; vaccinations,
268
Cardiac,   1 ;   pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid,
13 ; vaccinations, 92
Cardiac,   5;   pulmonary,   1;   toxoid,
12 ; vaccinations, 120
Toxoid, 11; vaccinations, 140- 	
Cardiac,   2;   pulmonary   1 ;   toxoid,
28; vaccinations, 100
Cardiac,   10 ;  pulmonary,   1;  toxoid,
40 ; vaccinations, 293
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 2 ; toxoid, 25 ;
vaccinations, 248
Cardiac, 1 ; toxoid, 22 ; vaccinations,
284
Pulmonary,  1;  toxoid,  36;  vaccinations, 368
Toxoid, 26; vaccinations, 219. 	
Cardiac,   6;   pulmonary,   1;   toxoid,
28; vaccinations, 131
German measles .
German measles..
Good.
Good..
Chicken-pox ; measles ; whooping-cough
Satisfactory-
Good 	
Satisfactory-
Satisfactory..
Satisfactory .
Satisfactory-
Good.
Good.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
1
7
2
3
2
2
1
1
4
20
2
10
1
6
10
4
1
Mumps, 26 ; whooping-cough,
20 ; measles, 3 ; chicken-pox,
4 ; rubella, 72 ; scarlet fever, 3
Mumps, 97; chicken-pox, 2;
whooping-cough, 21 ; rubella,
170
Mumps, 10 ; chicken-pox, 11;
whooping-cough, 6; rubella,
169 ; scarlet fever, 3
Mumps, 3; measles, 1; rubella, 19
Mumps, 15; whooping-cough,
3 ; rubella, 60; scarlet fever,
1
Mumps, 2; rubella, 37 ; scarlet
fever, 1
Mumps, 76; whooping-cough;
1 ; rubella, 118 ; scarlet fever
1
Mumps, 2 ; measles, 1 ; whoop
ing-cough, 2; rubella, 59
scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 31 ; measles, 1; chicken
pox, 35 ; whooping-cough, 5 .
rubella, 113 ; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 196; chicken-pox, 4
whooping-cough, 4; rubella.
202 ; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 120; measles, 4
chicken-pox, 42; rubella
200 ; scarlet fever, 6
Mumps,       52 ;      measles,       20
chicken-pox, 4 ; rubella, 168
whooping-cough,    6;    scarlet
fever, 4
Mumps, 2 ; rubella, 31 ; scarlet
fever, 5
Mumps, 2; chicken-pox, 1;
whooping-cough, 12 ; rubella,
58 ; scarlet fever, 2
Whooping-cough, 10; rubella,
80
Mumps, 1 ; chicken-pox, 16;
whooping-cough, 8; rubella,
47
Mumps, 21; chicken-pox, 9 ;
whooping-cough, 5; rubella,
225 ; scarlet fever, 8
Mumps, 31; measles, 23;
chicken-pox, 54 ; whooping-
cough, 25; rubella, 215;
scarlet fever, 8
Mumps, 7 ; measles, 1 ; chicken-
pox, 17 ; rubella, 160 ; scarlet
fever, 2
Mumps, 29 ; measles, 2 ; chicken-
pox, 4 ; whooping-cough, 1 ;
rubella, 86 ; scarlet fever. 2
Mumps, 31; measles, 3 ; chicken-
pox, 65 ; rubella, 34 ; scarlet
fever, 2
Mumps, 7 ; chicken-pox, 23;
whooping-cough, 1 ; rubella,
61 ; scarlet fever, 3   	 J 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Vancouver—Continued.
Livingstone	
H White-
Lord Kitchener..
H White-
Lord Nelson..
H White..
Lord Roberts..
H White-
Lord Selkirk..
McBride	
Macdonald-
G. A. Lamont-
G. A. Lamont..
H White	
Mackenzie-
Maple Grove	
Moberly and Annex-
Model 	
Mount Pleasant	
Nightingale	
Norquay and Annex..
Prince of Wales	
Queen Mary 	
Quilchena	
Renfrew...	
Sexsmith-
Seymour..
Simon Fraser and
Annex
Tecumseh..
Tennyson-
Van Horne..
Wolfe	
Woodland .
Vancouver, North:
Lonsdale „
G. A. Lamont..
H. White	
G.
G.
A. Lamont-
A. Lamont-
H. White
G.
G.
A. Lamont..
A. Lamont-
H. White
H.
H
G.
G.
White-
White-
A. Lamont-
A. Lamont..
H. White.
H. White..
H. White	
G. A. Lamont-
H. White	
G. A. Lamont..
G. A. Lamont..
H. White	
S. Stewart Murray..
Miss D. Shields-
Miss G. Jeeves...
Miss I. Smith-
Miss H. Jukes.
Miss D. Olmstead-
Miss F. Innes	
Miss O. Kilpatrick..
Miss F. Innes.	
Miss L. Drysdale	
Miss E. Edwards	
Miss M. Henderson.
Miss D. Shields	
Miss M. Baynes	
Miss J. Murdoch-
Miss L. Drysdale..
Miss G. Jeeves	
Miss M. Ewart	
Miss J. Murdoch..
Miss E. Bell	
Miss O. Kilpatrick .
Miss D. Shields .
Miss M. McLellan...
Miss D. Olmstead.—.
Miss M. Henderson .
Miss E. Bell -	
Miss E. Bell	
Miss M. Baynes —
Miss E. Lowther..
435
574
719
840
604
444
707
625
478
519
438
561
643
288
606
268
277
338
562
704
1327
729
390
447
397
288
411
541
660
841
571
432
511
434
496
424
497
637
237
538
224
282
307
593
675
1268
634
678
441
351
387
107
36
63
146
150
112
51
44
64
70
44
85
50
87
51
30
42
48
101
21
62
27
36
133
145
48
130
113
145
63
81
22  53
151 39
I
93
97
90
218
126
103
88
133
32
118
104
101
143
173
11
108
19
87
58
164
129
282
111
99
11
21
94
71.  1
1
38
23
2
3
24
18
19
3
19
18
15
14
19
10
7
6
2
5
4
19
24
15
20
30
17
8
12
2 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 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
erowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Toxoid, 57 ; vaccinations, 124..
Cardiac, 4 ; toxoid, 32 ; vaccinations,
327
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 38 ;
vaccinations, 235
Cardiac,   16;  pulmonary,  4;  toxoid,
31; vaccinations, 401
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1 ; toxoid, 27 ;
vaccinations, 193
Cardiac, 7; pulmonary, 2 ; vaccinations, 161
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 47 ;
vaccinations, 230
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 36 ; vaccinations,
178
Cardiac,   2;   pulmonary,   1;   toxoid,
30 ; vaccinations, 337
Cardiac, 4; toxoid, 20 ; vaccinations,
201
Cardiac, 4 ; pulmonary, 2; toxoid, 8 ;
vaccinations, 292
Cardiac, 3 ; toxoid, 23 ; vaccinations,
172
Cardiac,   7;   pulmonary,   2;   toxoid,
11 ; vaccinations, 104
Cardiac,   7;   pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid,
11; vaccinations, 219
Toxoid, 6 ; vaccinations, 181_„.
Toxoid, 23 ; vaccinations, 329-
Pulmonary,   2;  toxoid,  27;  vaccina'
tions, 145
Cardiac, 4 ; pulmonary, 1 ; toxoid, 7
vaccinations, 132
Cardiac, 5 ; toxoid,  12 ; vaccinations,
154
Cardiac,   8;   pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid,
50 ; vaccinations, 376
Cardiac,   5;   pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid:
95 ; vaccinations, 338
Cardiac, 13; pulmonary, 1; toxoid,
73 ; vaccinations, 1,082
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 1 ; toxoid,
27; vaccinations, 240
Cardiac, 1 ; toxoid, 40 ; vaccinations,
238
Cardiac,   7;   pulmonary,   3 ;   toxoid,
21 ; vaccinations, 155
Cardiac, 3 ; toxoid, 17 ; vaccinations,
139
Cardiac, 4; toxoid, 48 ; vaccinations,
122
Asthma, 1 ; cleft palate, 1 ; posture,
8; anaemia, 4 ; eczema, 1 ; speech-
defect, 3; umbilical hernia, 1;
worms, 1 ; conjunctivitis, 2	
Mumps, 99; rubella, 130;
whooping-cough, 1 ; scarlet
fever, 4
Mumps, 22 ; measles, 3 ; chicken-
pox, 137 ; rubella, 120 ; scarlet fever, 3
Mumps, 27 ; measles, 1 ; chicken-
pox, 12 ; rubella, 83 ; scarlet
fever, 10
Mumps, 114; measles, 22;
chicken-pox, 34; whooping-
cough, 6 ; rubella, 241 ; scarlet fever, 6
Mumps, 65 ; measles, 1 ; chicken-
pox, 18 ; rubella, 125 ; scarlet
fever, 3
Mumps, 50 ; chicken-pox, 7;
rubella, 149 ; scarlet fever, 10
Mumps, 22; measles, 21;
chicken-pox, 9 ; whooping-
cough, 19 ; rubella, 151
Mumps, 54; measles, 145;
chicken-pox, 12; whooping-
cough, 1; rubella, 151; scarlet
fever, 3
Mumps, 17; chicken-pox, 10 ;
whooping-cough, 4 ; rubella,
132 ; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 62; chicken-pox, 47 ;
whooping-cough, 1 ; rubella,
94 ; scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 22 ; measles, 4 ; chicken-pox, 1; rubella, 93 ; scarlet
fever, 3
Mumps, 42; whooping-cough,
~>; rubella, 93 ; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 13 ; measles, 3 ; chicken-pox, 3 ; whooping-cough,
1; rubella, 47 ; scarlet fever, 4
Mumps, 43 ; measles, 5 ; chicken-pox, 32 ; whooping-cough,
1 ; rubella, 69 ; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 6; rubella, 20 ; chicken-pox, 18
Mumps, 38 ; chicken-pox, 50;
rubella, 77 ; scarlet fever, 4
Mumps, 13; chicken-pox, 39 ;
rubella, 83 ; scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 1; rubella, 33 	
Mumps, 7 ; chicken-pox, 2;
whooping-cough, 1 ; rubella,
33 ; scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 14 ; measles, 21 ; chicken-pox, 22; rubella, 228;
whooping-cough, 1 ; scarlet
fever, 1
Mumps, 193 ; measles, 2 ; chicken-pox, 4; rubella, 165;
whooping-cough, 1 ; scarlet
fever, 4
Mumps, 9; chicken-pox, 8;
whooping-cough, 1 ; rubella,
348 ; scarlet fever, 5
Mumps, 70 ; measles, 3 ; chicken-pox, 50 ; rubella, 106;
scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 8 ; measles, 7 ; chicken-
pox, 16 ; whooping-cough, 6 ;
rubella, 184 ; scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 4 ; rubella, 16 __ 	
10 Mumps, 15 ; whooping-cough, 1 ;
rubella, 44 ; scarlet fever, 3
8 Mumps, 12 ; measles, 4 ; rubella,
36; scarlet fever, 2
Chicken-pox,    1 ;   rubella,
scarlet fever, 2
32;
Good.
Clean; adequate. J 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
Pcjl
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Vancouver, North-
Con tinned.
Queen Mary..	
Ridgeway..
Vernon:
Vernon Consolidated
Victoria :*
Bank Street -.
Beacon Hill	
Boys'  Central	
Burnside	
George Jay.	
Girls' Central	
Kingston Street-
Margaret Jenkins
North Ward	
Oaklands	
S. Stewart Murray..
S. Stewart Murray..
O. Morris .
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price..
A. G. Price.
.-I A. G. Price-
Quadra.	
Quadra Primary
Railway Street —
Sir James Douglas-
South Park	
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price.
Spring Ridge—
Victoria West-
A. G. Price .
A. G. Price.
A. G. Price..
A. G. Price-
Miss E. Lowther..
Miss E. Lowther..
Mrs. S. Martin .
Miss E. J. Herbert.
Miss I. E. Adams —
Miss E. J. Herbert
Miss M. Ferguson -
Miss I. E. Adams —
Miss E. J. Herbert .
Miss I. E. Adams —
Miss E. J. Herbert-
Miss M. Ferguson -
Miss M. Ferguson....
Miss M. Ferguson ...
Miss M. Ferguson —
Miss M. Ferguson -
Miss E. J. Herbert -
Miss I. E. Adams	
Miss I. E. Adams .
Miss I. E. Adams .
412
894
64
139
258
196
379
299
280
343
240
130
62
434
276
108
280
216
32
22
856
75
68
191
105
59
74
164
107
122
263
t5
20
58
51
* Doctor examines receiving class and special cases only, but all pupils receive monthly examination by nurses.    The
above figures refer to doctor's examination only,    t Special class.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Burnaby:
W. Sager	
49
17
300
202
570
785
26
192
609
334
383
60
15
78
16
91
78
58
274
105
20
60
48
16
285
187
547
757
26
190
593
304
355
60
15
78
16
89
75
54
263
105
20
60
2
1
13
6
20
23
6
22
14
12
3
1
1
4
2
10
6
1
5
1
1
3
3
1
2
1
3
1
1
3
3
18
22
.     -
8
6
6
1
2
4
1
1
12
3
9
26
~ 3
14
3
13
.... ^
3
1
 4
7
1
3
11
2
19
25
4
13
10
19
1
2
1
2
2
2
9
27
10
5
9
5
65
34
113
130
10
40
112
60
84
19
3
14
7
30
26
4
51
27
10
5
9
7
55
33
107
142
7
24
120
74
94
31
7
16
4
24
22
21
43
80
21
32
5
1
29
25
68
135
1
25
61
67
64
6
Capitol Hill     	
W. Sager 	
W. Sager	
W. Sager	
W. Sager —	
tj
W. Sager 	
ft
10
W. Sager. 	
0,
W. Sager. 	
W. Sager :	
W. Sager 	
W. Sager... 	
W. Sager.    ..
2
3
2
1
1
3
1
5
3
_.
13
3
6
21
4
14
36
14
3
4
1
1
W. Sager 	
W. E. Henderson	
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
5
Chilliwack:
Atchelitz 	
Camp Slough	
Cheam	
Miss E. Moody-	
Miss E. Moody. 	
Miss E. Moody.	
31
3
8 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 25
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, 5; asthma, 2; posture, 4;
anaemia, 1 ; nervous, 1; speech-
defect, 2 ; epileptic, 1; enuresis, 2 ;
acne, 1
Bronchitis, 1 ; cardiac, 5 ; nervous, 3 ;
orthopaedic (including posture), 9 ;
speech-defect, 5 ; asthma, 3 ; umbilical hernia, 1 ; enuresis, 1; lacrimal
cyst, 1; strabismus nystagmus, 1
Diabetes, 2; cardiac, 2; partial paralysis of arm, 2 ; cleft palate, 1 ;
mastoid, 2; pneumonia, 4 ; rheumatic fever, 2; vaccinated, 103
Flat feet, 1     _..
Cardiac, 1 —_ ___ _—	
Nervous, 1 ; talipes equinus, 1 .
Bronchial, 1; thyroid, 1	
Nervous, 1; cardiac, 3; pulmonary, 1
Cardiac, 2; slight spinal curvature, 1
Cardiac, 1 _   _	
Cardiac,    1 ;   cervical,    1 ;   excessive
perspiring  of hands,  1
Stammers, 2
Bronchial,   1
enlarged   thyroid,   1
enlarged cervical,  1
Torticolus,   __ __ — 	
Nervous, 2 ; cardiac, 1; pulmonary, 2
Cardiac, 1 	
Nervous, 1; pulmonary, 1 .
13
Chicken-pox,   32;   mumps,   1;
rubella, 61; scarlet fever, 4
Rubella, 100 ; scarlet fever, 20.
Measles, 94 ; rubella, 94 ; chicken-pox, 26; influenza, 40;
suppurating ears, 25
Chicken-pox,  1 ; mumps,  1.	
Chicken-pox, 5 ; rubella, 5 _
Mumps,  1 ; rubella,  8   -	
Measles,   1 ;   chicken-pox,   10;
rubella, 22
Chicken-pox,    4;    mumps,    1 ;
rubella,  14
Chicken-pox, 3; rubella, 9__	
Chicken-pox, 7; scarlet fever,
1 ; whooping-cough, 1 ; rubella, 3
Mumps, 1 ; rubella, 46 	
Rubella, 19  	
Mumps,   3;   chicken-pox,   38;
rubella, 35 ; scarlet fever, 4
Chicken-pox, 67; rubella, 38—.
Chicken-pox,  5 ;  rubella,   18	
Good._
Good-
Crowded _
Good_
Good.
Good.
Good_
Good_
Good.
Poor~
Good.
Good,   with   exception of top story
Good -	
Good..
Good..
Rubella,  1
Poor-
Chicken-pox, 4 ; rubella, 21	
Chicken-pox, 3 ; whooping-
cough, 1 ; rubella, 23
Chicken-pox, 4; mumps, 2;
measles, 3 ; rubella, 2
Measles, 11 ; rubella, 4; scarlet fever, 12
Good
Fair.
Poor.
Good
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate ;
separate from
school building,
with no proper
approach.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
SCHOOLS.
Scarlet fever,  33; chicken-
pox,    59;    mumps,    72;
whooping-cough, 83; measles    and    rubella,    740 ;'
pinkeye, 73 • scabies,  30 ;
impetigo, 26 ; ringworm, 8
I
Whooping-cough,   21 ;   rubella
47
Rubella, 9- — -	
Good—	
Good - —
Good— -	
Good -	
Good	
Good—	
Good— 	
Good 	
Good —	
Good 	
Good -	
Good	
Good
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Cardiac,  1  ..__   „,,	
Cardiac,  3   - -	
Cardiac, 7  _ - - -
—
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good- - -....
Good — -    -.
Good - -	
Good —  ,.
Good - - 	
Good - — ——
Good.
Good.
Cardiac,  3 __ — __ 	
Cardiac, 2 _ __ _   -	
Good.
Good.
3
5
3
3
Good.
Good.
1
.-I     1
4
Trench-mouth,  1; measles, 10
rubella, 43 J 26
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RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson
S. G. Baldwin   -	
Miss E. Moody —
Miss E. Moody 	
Miss E. Moody 	
Miss E. Moody _	
Miss E. Moody	
Miss E. Moody. —
Miss E. Moody 	
Miss E. Moody- _.
Miss E. Moody	
Miss E. Moody 	
Miss E. Moody 	
Miss E. Moody	
Miss E. Moody	
66
15
35
15
25
14
133
155
10
238
27
121
141
80
40
138
48
167
81
30
247
23
30
23
26
20
284
21
97
64
22
15
402
180
31
64
38
114
29
91
23
45
154
112
157
66
15
35
15
25
14
133
155
10
238
27
121
141
70,
37
124
42
155
78
27
242
21
28
22
23
19
278
20
96
61
21
15
382
165
27
64
35
111
28
83
22
39
138
107
154
6
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2
3
1
3
1
9
14
2
30
8
22
1
7
3
61
1
3
1
1
15
3
6
3
1
4
13
5
2
2
14
2
6
1
2
14
11
13
6
3
1
3
5
5
23
30
3
72
2
30
46
6
5
4
3
18
8
1
26
3
5
1
3
15
4
13
2
1
2
18
80
15
12
8
16
8
10
3
16
10
16
20
6
3
1
3
5
5
23
30
3
72
2
30
46
6
6
4
3
17
8
1
102
8
9
8
4
4
48
4
24
10
3
2
35
80
15
12
8
25
8
19
5
16
23
26
28
48
13
27
15
26
9
83
29
9
179
19
110
134
2
3
12
3
23
8
3
127
13
12
2
2
4
26
1
5
3
3
4
50
30
10
6
5
16
3
16
3
7
17
8
16
7
2
2
2
4
1
7
9
2
19
3
11
13
1
1
1
49
3
2
'0
Elk View __	
1
s
l\
Lotbiniere.	
3
5
Robertson	
16
18
16
18
9
2
1
7
2
1
18
9%
Ryder Lake 	
Sardis _	
Strathcona	
Sumas	
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
7
1
1
2
1
30
1
5
1
3
15
4
13
2
1
2
18
80
15
1
 4
4
53
6
54
5?
Coldstream:
3
S. G. Baldwin	
1
Coquitlam:
28
Glen Valley ■	
fi
Bruce Cannon.	
18
5
Bruce Cannon	
R. N. Dick	
3
Cowichan, North:
Miss A. S. Law.	
Miss A. S. Law.	
Miss A. S. Law	
1
R. N. Dick 	
Delta:
1
4
1
1
1
20
4
2
2
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
5
2
1
1
1
2
1
3
A. A. King _	
A. A. King	
....
3
Esquimalt:
Lampson Street	
Kent:
J. S. McCallum	
P. S. McCaffrey	
Miss E. Morrison
8
6
1
1
3
5
P. S. McCaffrey-	
1
Langley:
A. McBurney -	
A. McBurney.	
A. McBurney	
A. McBurney 	
1
Belmont     	
1
1
?,
1
Glen Valley •	
A. McBurney.	
A. McBurney 	
A. McBurney 	
A. McBurney - 	
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 27
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
P
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§
0
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.
Cross-eye, 1„
Poison-ivy
Impediment in speech, 1 ; eczema, 1;
styles, 1; strabimus, 1; obesityl, 1;
alopecia due to ringworm of scalp,
1; chronic osteomyelitis,  1 ; acne,
2 ; granular lids, 1
Mitral murmur, 1 ; granular lids, 1 ;
wax in ears, 1; acne, 1
Styles, 1; dermatitis, 1; granular
lids, 2 ; nasal discharge, 2 ; pleurisy,
1 ; pigeon-chested, 2 ; nits, 1; ich
thyosis, 1; gingivitis, 1; warts, 1
eczema, 1; pigmented wart, 1
chronic otitis media, 1; acne 1
loss of one eye, 1; squint, 1
Granular lids, 4 ; wax in ear, 1__	
Acute conjunctivitis, 1	
Orthopaedic (posture), 13; orthopaedic (spinal deformity), 1; cardiac, 15 ; nervous, 2 ; eczema, 1
Cardiac, 1
Cardiac, 4
Appendictomy, 2 ; cardiac, 1~
Anaemia, 1
14
Chicken-pox, 8 ; rubella, 31..
Rubella, 7_
Rubella,   19;   whooping-cough,
16
Rubella,     11 ;     measles,     17;
whooping-cough, 3
Rubella, 71_- __ — _
Trench-mouth, 2 ; scarlet fever,
2; rubella, 88
Rubella,     142;     measles,
whooping-cough, 14
Rubella, 17 	
Rubella, 68 ._,	
Rubella, 104	
Whooping-cough,   31;  chicken-
pox, 15 ; measles, 40
Whooping-cough, 11; measles, 3
German    measles;    whooping-
cough ; chicken-pox ; mumps
Whooping-cough ; mumps-
Typhoid ; chicken-pox ; rubella ;
mumps; measles
Gonorrhoea, 1 _ _ 	
Chicken-pox; German measles
Rubella, 10 ; scarlet fever, 2 .
German  measles, 7™ - —
German measles, 1 	
German   measles,   50;   scarlet
fever, 4
German measles, 11  	
Whooping-cough,    2;    German
measles,  1
German measles, 4 ____ 	
German measles, 18 	
Rubella,   38;   chicken-pox,   7
mumps, 1 ; scarlet fever, 4
Rubella;      influenza;      scarlet
fever
Rubella;      influenza;      scarlet
fever
Mumps ; measles  _	
Whooping-cough; measles 	
Mumps ; measles — — _
Mumps ; measles 	
Pinkeye; measles 	
Whooping-cough   ._—	
Measles ; whooping-cough 	
Measles ;  chicken-pox ;  whooping-cough
Chicken-pox;  scarlet fever	
Mump s   	
Ventilated   poor ;
lighting   fair;
heating good
Lighting,   ventilation  and  heating
good
Adequate	
Adequate-
Adequate..
Adequate-
Lighting improved ;
ventilation fair;
heating only fair
Fairly good —_ —
Good - -
Good-
Good ...
Good...
Good-
Good .
Good..
Good i
Good.
Good-
Not crowded; well
constructed, ventilated and heated
Good-
Good.
Good	
Crowded-
Good	
Good -
Good	
Good -	
Crowded _
Good —
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Boys' outside
privy  requires
a urinal.
Odour from boys'
toilet, which is
in basement
comes through
to class-rooms
and is objectionable.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate;
but dark.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Yes.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good-
Good.
Good. J 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Otter —-	
76
33
28
37
70
45
160
194
323
52
51
105
120
79
64
38
13
37
142
51
83
62
29
51
64
27
46
373
27
23
26
19
9
367
300
55
608
184
491
12
20
37
29
595
129
71
168
243
149
74
32
27
36
62
42
160
194
320
52
51
105
120
78
64
38
13
36
125
49
80
58
29
51
64
27
46
370
27
23
23
19
9
336
268
53
608
178
437
12
17
34
28
508
120
69
164
238
132
1
2
1
1
10
2
3
2
4
22
6
7
5
9
9
29
47
50
8
5
19
26
12
12
12
4
7
25
25
24
16
7
13
12
6
9
67
5
7
4
6
3
30
34
13
76
67
25
2
1
1
3
23
6
5
24
24
43
1
16
3
5
4
5
4
53
54
85
8
18
13
42
55
50
33
11
32
92
49
60
55
26
41
28
6
10
123
7
5
5
7
1
20
15
5
106
22
92
2
2
19
11
233
29
47
30
46
27
1
3
South Otter	
A. McBurney   	
3
11
11
13
3
3
5
5
1
12
15
15
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
3
12
14
4
6
5
8
3
3
3
4
1
20
5
8
7
1
5
3
1
4
24
1
1
2
3
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
Maple Ridge:
Miss M. E. Grierson
13
18
20
5
5
9
12
24
21
26
3
19
56
15
50
29
6
7
6
2
4
26
2
2
2
2
1
1
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss J. M. Arnould _.
Miss J. M. Arnould _.
Miss J. M. Arnould-
Miss J. M. Arnould
Miss J. M. Arnould—
Miss J. M. Arnould .
Miss J. M. Arnould _
Miss J. M. Arnould—
Miss J. M. Arnould .
Miss J. M. Arnould
Miss J. M. Arnould .
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
4
6
1
3
2
1
1
3
1
5
2
2
1
8
1
1
27
2
2
1
1
1
3
4
Matsqui:
Aberdeen —	
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid	
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
3
5
2
4
16
2
2
1
1
1
18
20
1
1
2
3
1
•    1
6
3
4
8
20
20
1
76
6
2
Gifford .	
Jubilee	
Matsqui Elementary-
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
1
25
North Poplar. -	
33
10
3
10
2
Ridgedale.—	
South Poplar 	
Mission:
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 B. Bradshaw—
Miss B. Bradshaw
Miss M. Gowan 	
Miss M. A. Twiddy—.
10
Stave Falls	
2
1
2
5
6
2
29
9
18
1
1
1
11
5
1
6
2
2
1
Tl
1
1
1
Oak Bay:
J. A. Stewart	
~18
24
9
1
3
32
35
34
1
100
42
5
2
1
2
■    7
2
2
9
2
1
1
2
5
4
1
20
Pitt Meadows.	
G. Morse 	
Richmond:
2
1
30
4
 i
l
3
9
2
2
1
2
1
C. A. Graves 	
C. A. Graves	
Mitchell  	
Saanich :
Cedar Hill    '	
D. Berman _
D. Berman 	
Miss M. Smith.	
Miss D. Tate MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 29
SCHOOLS—Continued.
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.
2
Good	
Good.
1
2
7
Good— 	
Good.	
Good.  	
Good      	
Good.
Good.
Good.
Measles  __	
Scarlet fever  _ ____ _
Rubella ; whooping-cough 	
Scarlet fever,  5 ; chicken-pox ;
rubella
Chicken-pox ; measles ; rubella ;
whooping-cough, 2
Rubella ; measles, 1 — _	
Chicken-pox ; rubella, 1 	
Mumps ; rubella  __	
Rubella, 2  — _	
Chicken-pox, 10  —	
Rubella  _ _	
Good.
2
1
1
4
6
6
3
2
1
"l
Crowded 	
Good.
Childhood  T.B.   (slight),   1;  appen-
dictomy,  1; pleurisy,  1
Good-	
Good- —
Good 	
Good.	
Good 	
Good _
Satisfactory.	
Satisfactory  	
Fairly satisfactory...
Fair — _ _
Good.
Good.
Good.
Fair.
Tonsillitis,   1       	
Fair.
1
6
4
2
1
4
1
4
6
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
Fair.
1
1
2
1
tory.
tory.
Fairly satisfac
Rubella ; measles, 15 ; pneumonia, 1
Fairly satisfactory-
Satisfactory.— —
Fairly satisfactory...
Fair- _ —	
Fairly satisfactory...
Fairly satisfactory...
Fair... 	
Good— — _
tory.
Pulmonary, 1   	
tory.
Fairly satisfac
Rubella  ____ 	
Rubella ; measles, 20 ; pneumonia, 1
Chicken-pox; measles, 5 	
tory.
Pulmonary, 1   _
St. Vitus's dance, 1  	
tory.
Fairly satisfactory.
Fairly satisfactory.
1
Rubella .__   —
Chicken-pox; whooping-cough;
measles
Whooping-cough ; rubella 	
Whooping-cough; rubella ..
Rubella;    mumps;    whooping-
cough
Whooping-cough,   4   __ _
tory.
tory.
 2
—-
Good                	
Good       	
Fair.
Good	
Good       -	
Good.
Fair.
Good — 	
Good — _ __ 	
Good; poor lighting
No     overcrowding;
ventilation       and
heating being improved
O.K  	
Good.
Whooping-cough, 1 ; rubella, 3
Rubella — — ____ —	
Fair.
2
1
2
1
	
1
6
4
1
2
1
1
Scarlet fever, 5 _	
Chicken-pox ; measles ; German
me-sles
Rubella;   chicken-pox ;   scarlet
fever
Rnbp^n ; whooping-cough
Rubella ; chicken-pox _	
Satisfactory	
Clean; adequate.
orthopsedic, 2 ; nervous, 4 ; eczema,2
Nervous, 1; cardiac, 4 	
Cardiac, 3 ; pulmonary, 4  __
Good  --	
Poorly ventilated
Good..._  	
Poorly ventilated
Good  _
Good — _ 	
Good— -	
Good 	
Good   	
Good.
Yes.
Fair.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Nervous, 11; cardiac, 3; pulmonary
Nervous,   1; cardiac,  2; pulmonary,
R-nbella ; chicken-pox  —
Yes.
Yes.
3 ; orthopaedic, 1
Pulmonary, 2, ■   	
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lungs, 8 ; appendix, 3
obese, 1 ; acne, 1 ; heart, 13 ; lungs,
16 ; appendix, 7
heart, 10 ; lungs, 12 ; appendix, 4
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Miss M. Smith	
Miss M. Smith	
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 	
67
35
157
64
110
17
84
262
223
49
82
28
14
33
29
79
27
55
44
68
63
22
163
282
27
75
207
25
15
19
32
22
89
82
78
25
33
128
100
86
59
25
62
35
151
58
105
15
80
260
208
48
82
25
12
30
27
79
25
53
42
66
55
19
158
282
23
71
199
24
13
16
29
22
83
77
68
19
29
96
90
83
58
24
1
1
3
3
1
3
9
5
5
2
10
3
1
2
1
3
4
3
4
5
2
2
1
3
2
~~4
8
5
2
1
1
1
4
1
I
4
l
3
2
3
4
4
2
2
1
4
2
1
3
7
3
1
29
1
8
1
4
1
21
8
7
3
2
71
11
3
29
4
22
1
15
65
55
10
7
16
2
7
8
41
5
26
15
10
3
43
110
5
8
15
4
1
9
5
35
10
31
13
60
43
7
5
12
7
4
9
32
7
14
20
53
49
19
106
123
3
40
94
2
10
2
13
4
32
4
17
1
21
13
39
9
1
2
3
6
5
24
7
13
18
24
10
42
29
4
4
8
1
1
1
1
Prospect Lake.	
D- Berman 	
Tillicum 	
1
Tolmie	
D. Berman 	
Jas. P. Vye.	
Salmon Arm:
A. and S. E. Beech __.
A. and S. E. Beech—
A. and S. E. Beech __
A. and S. E. Beech —
A. and S. E. Beech -
A. and S. E. Beech—
A. and S. E. Beech _.
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
5
9
1
2
2
5
4
8
3
2
6
7
6
1
14
36
1
9
16
3
1
9
8
3
7
5
6
2
1
3
?,
3
4
Sumas:
Miss J. M. Arnould...
Miss J. M. Arnould—
Miss J. M. Arnould...
Miss J. M. Arnould—
Miss J. M. Arnould __
6
dated
3
2
1
7
36
3
9
2
1
1
1
2
14
5
25
92
Surrey:
Anniedale 	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
2
2
1
5
10
Colebrook- 	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
4
Crescent	
2
Elgin. _	
3
2
4
1
3
2
4
5
2
2
1
1
F. D. Sinclair _
1
2
1
2
4
5
12
14
3
8
8
9
15
4
11
20
5
60
59
22
69
68
61
37
1
2
5
3
4
F. D. Sinclair  .
3
F. D. Sinclair _
F. D. Sinclair	
4
2
F. D. Sinclair	
1
2i.	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair-	
7
3
3
2
Newton.	
4
PortKells.	
F. D. Sinclair _
R
F. D. Sinclair
1
7
Strawberry Hill _.
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair.—	
1
1     1
Surrey Centre ,.'..
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 31
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.
Asthma, 1 ; skin, 1 ; heart, 3 ; lungs,
8 ; appendix, 3
Obese, 1; heart, 2; lungs, 2 ; appendix, 1
Bronchitis, 1; chorea, 1; heart, 9 ;
lungs, 6 ; appendix, 4
Skin, 1 ; heart, 2 ; lungs, 1 	
Skin, 1 ; heart, 2 ; lungs, 3 ; appendix, 2
Bronchitis, 1; chorea, 1	
Asthma, 1 ; heart, 14 ; lungs, 2; appendix, 10
Bronchitis, 4; obese, 1 ; heart, 14;
lungs, 2 ; appendix, 10
Bronchitis, 5 ; asthma, 2 ; heart, 8;
lungs, 13 ; appendix, 6
Bronchitis, 1; lungs, 6 ; appendix, 1
Acne, 1
Digestive, 1; disturbance, 1; eczema,
1; acne, 1 ; anasmia, 5 ; stammers, 1
Anaemia, 3
Cardiac, 1
Orthopaedic, 1    _	
Anaemia, 6 ; acne, 3 ; eczema, 1 ; cardiac, 3; pulmonary, 1 ; poor posture, 2
Scarlet fever inoculations, 17	
Scarlet  fever  inoculations,   34 ;  strabismus, 1 ; endocarditis, 1
Scarlet      fever      inoculations,       140
ptosis, 1; deviated septum, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 19	
Scarlet fever inoculations, 6 ; D.A.H.,
1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 14; blepharitis, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 16 ; pigeon-
chest, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 14 ; pharg.
abscess, 1 ; blepharitis, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 43 ; tongue-
tie, 1 ; pneumonia, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 33 ; endocarditis, 1 ; anaemia, 1 ; loss of
weight, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 43 ; endocarditis, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 19	
Scarlet fever inoculations, 20 ;
carditis, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations,  62 ;
bismus, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations 70
endo-
Scarlet fever inoculations, 35; wryneck, 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 43 	
Scarlet fever inoculations, 23 ; strabismus, 1
15
I 1       I
Rubella, 4..
O.K._
Measles..
Satisf actor y.-
Satisfactory—
Satisfactory-
Satisfactory—
Satisfactory—
Measles-
Defective   stove
(smokes) ;   poor
lighting
Satisfactory	
Diphtheria, 1; rubella .
Rubella; measles, 20	
Rubella; measles, 3	
Fairly satisfactory—
Satisfactory-	
Typhoid,   1 ;   scarlet  fever,   5 ;
chicken-pox, 14 ; rubella
Chicken-pox ; German measles
Scarlet fever; measles	
Scarlet fever ; measles ; whooping-cough
Scarlet fever ; German measles ;
whooping-cough
Mumps ; measles	
Fairly satisfactory....
Fairly satisfactory-
Satisfactory	
Frame good on concrete ; good heat
and ventilation
Crowded	
Satisfactory	
Old frame	
No   water   on
grounds; satisfactory
Satisfactory _	
Whooping-cough ; measles .
Scarlet fever	
Satisfactory; water
not palatable
Satisfactory.—	
Measles ; whooping-cough .
Crowded  when   full
attendance
Satisfactory.	
Satisfactory-
Scarlet fever; measles .
Measles ;   mumps ;    whooping-
cough
German measles —	
Scarlet fever ; measles ; chicken-
pox
Scarlet fever ; measles ; whooping-cough
Measles ; mumps. _	
Scarlet fever ; measles .
Whooping-cough	
Satisfactory..
Satisfactory..
Satisfactory-
Satisfactory; Div. 4
crowded
Satisfactory  _
Satisfactory-
Satisfactory.-
Crowded	
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Fairly satisfactory.
Fairly satis
factory.
Fairly satisfactory.
Fairly satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Yes
Clean.
Clean.
Very poor.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
No   urinal   on
boys' side.
Leaky on boys*
side.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean-
Clean.
Clean.
Clean. J 32
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RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Surrey—Continued.
F. D. Sinclair	
80
86
200
201
34
131
41
101
256
150
240
300
74
74
177
187
31
25
4
21
52
29
237
293
5
3
13
3
2
1
1
7
3
7
12
i
3
9
7
7
8
11
2
2
2
7
5
14
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1
2
2
4
3
3
6
5
7
7
1
2
5
2
6
3
4
21
20
19
2
3
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5
36
40
50
52
140
96
10
1
6
26
8
24
25
1
7
F. D. Sinclair—	
3|    5
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
Stewart Murray	
Stewart Murray
Stewart Murray _.
Stewart Murray	
Stewart Murray
A. C. Nash 	
A. C. Nash .-	
White Rock	
6
1
2
Vancouver, North:*
Capilano _ __.
Dollarton 	
Miss N. Armstrong...
Miss N. Armstrong...
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-.
Miss M. Hardy..	
Keith Lynn 	
2
11
6
5
1
North Star 	
Vancouver, West:
Hollyburn _
* These children have been examined ten times by the nurse, although they have not been given a physical examination.
RURAL AND
Abbotsford	
Ainsworth   	
J. M. McDiarmid	
D. J. Barclay	
J. M. Arnould	
242
17
12
9
11
13
9
13
18
27
10
9
8
5
10
8
31
11
16
31
17
12
23
80
18
12
78
26
10
14
.     8
8
25
31
15
24
24
27
236
17
12
9
10
13
8
13
18
23
10
9
8
5
10
8
30
11
15
.31
17
12
23
75
18
12
■77
22
10
14
8
8
25
31
15
24
24
27
11
29
1
3
7
1
~~1
2
3
6
"s
10
3
3
2
...
1
4
3
3
4
2
1
10
1
1
1
2
2
4
 6
2
__.
2
.......
7
10
3
3
16
5
MM.
2
4
6
2
3
3
2
4
2
1
7
30
8
1
3
3
2
5
2
7
1
2
~_
5
2
8
1
7
11
1
1
3
21
5
6
"~M_
4
8
3
3
3
3
4
4
2
8
150
3
1
7
3
3
4
7
1
3
1
2
1
6
4
	
2
8
5
1
2
6
37
10
6
6
3
2
3
2
2
8
5
4
10
6
10
37
2
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4
1
	
-
28
2
5
.
...
8
it
Albert Canyon . 	
J. H. Hamilton 	
1
1
1
3
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
~1
~~~3
3
1
6
2
2
4
1
~~2
3
5
1
1
1
Albert Head — 	
J. F. Grant 	
T. C. Holmes	
C. E. McRae	
5
(Ootsa Lake)
Alexandria 	
C. E. McRae	
1
 2
3
2
.
2
1
1
3
3
1
G. D. Oliver 	
C. Ewert	
9
Alice Siding	
J. Olivier  	
D. McCaffrey 	
Allen Grove 	
R. B. White	
N. J. Piul   	
Anarchist Mountain	
W. H. Wood  	
J. A. Ireland 	
W. Scatchard	
Anderson Creek 	
Anglemont	
Argenta 	
Arras 	
Arrow Creek 	
D. J. Barclay	
J. S. Cull  	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky.
2
10
3
Arrowhead - -	
Arrow Park, East 	
H. F. Tyerman	
Arrow Park, West	
H. F. Tyerman	
Ashcroft - -	
Ashton Creek	
G. B. Helem	
A. F. Gillis 	
F. E. Coy    -	
L. G. C. d'Easum	
G. D. Oliver 	
41     9
Aspen Grove	
SI
Athalmer-Invermere	
~5
4
6
2
Atlin 	
Australian	
2
Avola           	
W. Bramley-Moore _
J. C. Thomas	
G. D. Oliver 	
Bainbridge 	
Baker Creek 	
Baldonnel   .
Balfour   	
J. S. Cull   — —-
D. J. Barclay	
W. Scatchard	
F. T. Stanier-	
W. E. Bavis	
Miss N. Cunningham
6
Balmoral - 	
Bamberton 	
Cowichan Health
Centre
Bamfield — 	
3]
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1
Barkerville 	
T. W. Sutherland	
61 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 33
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.
Scarlet fever inoculations, 42 ; strabismus, 2
Scarlet fever inoculations, 32   _._	
Scarlet fever inoculations,  56 ; cleft
palate, 1 ; endocarditis, 1 ; chronic
otitis  media,  3; D.A.H.,   3;  strabismus, 1 ; anasmia, 2 ; V.D.H., 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 74 ; cleft
palate, 1 ; hypothyroid, 1 ; D.A.H., 1
Scarlet fever inoculations, 16   	
Negativism, 1   ____ __._	
1
7
1
1
4
1
2
1
3
~2
~2
2
2
7
9
1
2
2
1
1
Whooping-cough; measles	
Measles ; scarlet fever ___	
Mumps;    measles ;    whooping-
cough
Measles ;   chicken-pox ;  whooping-cough
Measles. —  	
Chicken-pox, 41 ; rubella, 26 ...
Rubella, 2  	
Chicken-pox,   8;   rubella,   43;
scarlet fever,  15 ; whooping-
cough, 4
Chicken-pox ;  rubella,  67	
Chicken-pox,   28;   rubella,   6;
scarlet fever, 1
Rubella,      35;     mumps,      78;
chicken-pox,    2;    whooping-
cough, 7
Rubella,      101 ;      mumps      2;
chicken-pox,   1 ;  measles,   1 ;
scarlet    fever,     1 ;    trench-
mouth, 1
Satisfactory __
Adequate    	
Adequate except
Div.  3 ; basement
drains   poorly   in
wet weather
Satisfactory	
Crowded —  „.
Good   	
Fair —	
Good  __..
Good  —
Good  -
Good —_ 	
Good — 	
Clean.
Clean.
Poor.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Acne, 1 ; anaemia, 4   __
Anaemia, 1 ; nervous, 1 ; orthopaedic,
3 ; pallor, 1 ; umbil. hernia, 1
Asthma,  1 ; cardiac,  1 ; diabetes,  1 ;
eczema, 1
Good.
ASSISTED SCHOOLS.
Nervous, 1; cardiac, 2 ; orthopaedic, 2
8
15
"""4
6
Chicken-pox, 15 ; scarlet fever,
3 ; rubella ; measles, 13
Measles  	
Satisfactory 	
Good —_	
Good 	
Good _ 	
Good  .,	
Floor    in    need    of
repair
Satisfactory.
Good
Trachoma, 6  	
Good.
Trachoma, 1   - __
Satisfactory 	
Good	
Fair     _
Clean; adequate.
Good
Desks   need   replacing
Good  _.
Satisfactory..	
Good — _ __
for.
Clean; adequate.
Good   	
Fair  	
Good.
Clean; adequate.
Fair  	
Good	
Good  	
Good   	
German measles 	
Good.
fair.
Good.
Orthopasd'c defect, 1  	
Rubella, 14 ....  	
Measles 	
Good      	
Satisfactory	
O.K. _	
Clean; adequate.
Good	
Not crowded ; ventilation    and   heating adequate
Good ._  ...
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good  	
Fair  	
Good	
Good  __.
Brain-tumour, 1 ; bullet in lung, 1 —
Recurring   tvpe   of   influenza,
followed by persistent cough
Measles _	
Clean; adequate.
11 ....
~ 3
.._.
Measles   	
Measles  	
Good.
Pulmonary, 1   —	
Satisfactory	
New building; well
heated and ventilated
Measles, 4    __	
' J 34
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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M. G. Archibald
H. A. Christie	
22
19
25
13
6
9
12
16
24
12
10
12
10
17
31
26
21
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22
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56
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Bear Creek _  	
Bear Flats 	
G. A. Ootmar __	
J. S. Cull       	
J. H. Hamilton .__	
R. Patten	
J. C. Thomas ...	
W. H. Wood  -
C. Ewert 	
Miss Gowan .,.	
Miss N. Cunningham
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H. H. MacKenzie
H. A. McLean .	
H. A. McLean  	
J. S. Cull      _
5
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F. T. Stanier _	
M. F. Lucas  	
G. A. Ootmar	
J. A. Ireland  __
J. H. Hamilton	
C. E. McRae	
Cowichan Health
Centre
Benvoulin — _ -	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
21
1
2
N. J. Paul   -—
G. A. Ootmar	
M. G. Archibald
M. G. Archibald
P. Ewert 	
H. E. Cannon	
W. Scatchard .	
R. Patten .    	
N. B. Hall	
N. B. Hall	
T. H. Lougheed
Eurris Clinic    	
D. J. Crawford ____„
W. Bramley-Moore....
J. S. Cull -	
W. A. Drummond „
G. D. Oliver ._..	
H. H. MacKenzie
J. P. Ellis - 	
Black Mountain	
Blackpool —_   —
Mrs. A. F. Grindon _
19        1
191
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14
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H. F. Tyerman
M. J. Paul  	
C E. McRae 	
W. R. Stone ._.—	
D. M. King	
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J. L. Gayton 	
F. E. Coy —	
G. James — 	
G. James —__.	
M. G. Archibald
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Britannia Mine  	
Brocklehurst 	
Miss Whitmore _..
Miss Fenwick 	
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J 35
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
i    i
Good  - —
Wooden building; in
fair repair
Good.
2
	
T.B. test, 3 _ _ -	
Good. — —	
Clean.
Good.  	
Satisfactory  _.
Good—  	
Satisfactory— 	
Good — _ —
Good.
Rubella ._ __ _— '	
Yes.
O.K.
Satisfactory-         .
Good  -	
Satisfactory _— —
Satisfactory	
German measles .   	
Good.
Stammer, 1; scoliosis, 1 ; cardiac, 5__
Good.
 1
1
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Clean..   —	
Good	
Good.
Good—- -—
Satisfactory 	
Good.— _ 	
Good.
Good.
Good 	
Wry-neck, 1 ; postures good  	
Log    building;    in
good repair
New wooden  building
Good — 	
pair.
Follicular    conjunctivitis,    1;    loose
Fairly good for country school
Good   ._ —_ 	
Satisfactory - 	
Good condition
Crowded; poor heating
Good condition; ventilation sufficient;
room well heated
knee cartilage, 1
Chicken-pox, 3     __	
Yes.
Satisfactory.—	
Satisfactory——	
Good— - _
Good   _	
Excellent  	
Good - —.
Fair—   —
Satisfactory	
Good ...     	
fracture, arthrodized elbow
1
Clean ; adequate.
1
7
German measles, 3 ; whooping-
cough, 2
Flu-*-    -  ...
Clean ; adequate.
Facial paralysis, 1  	
Satisfactory _
Good.   -
Good  -
Urinal required.
Good.
Trachoma,  17    ,	
Fair  —
Good.
Pinkeye     epidemic;
measles
Mumps ; scarlet fever,
measles
German
German
O.K.
O.K.
Good—-  	
Satisfactory	
Good  	
Clean ; adequate.
Measles,   1    	
Good 	
pa_dic, 4 ; eczema, 1 ; dermatitis, 1 ;
anaemia, 1; anycoma, 1
Good - 	
Not   crowded;   well
ventilated   and
heated
Not   crowded;   well
ventilated  and
heated
Good - 	
Mumps, 8 ; German measles, 1
Chicken-pox,  1 ;  German measles, 31 ; glandular fever, 3
Tuberculosis,   1 ;  mitral  stenosis,  1;
appendicitis, 1
Clean ; adequate. J 36
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Brown Creek	
Buffalo Creek 	
B ull River _. 	
Burgoyne Bay...	
Burns Lake — —
Burtondale  -	
Cahilty...._	
Cale Creek 	
Cambie 	
Campbell Creek 	
Campbell Ranch	
Campbell River. _
Camp No. 1 Slesse
Creek
Camp No. 2 Vedder
Crossing
Camp No. 3, Headquar.
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Canal Flats	
Canford  	
Canyon City. 	
Carlin - 	
Carpio  	
Carroll's Landing	
Cartier 	
Cascade —  .	
Castledale  -	
Castlegar	
Castle Rock. 	
Cawston  .	
Cecil Lake  - -
Cedar, East	
Cedar, North _ -—
Cedar, South  	
Celista  	
Champion Creek	
Chapman Camp	
Charlie Lake. 	
Chase 	
Chase Creek	
Chase River ...
Cherry Creek .
Chief Lake —
Chilco —
Chilliwack River..
Chimney Creek	
Chinook Cove	
Christian Valley..
Christina Lake	
Chu Chua 	
Claxton	
Clayhurst —
Clayoquot —
Clayton	
Clearwater..
Clinton	
Clo-oose	
Coal Creek ..
Coalmont
Cobble Hill.
Coleman Creek	
Colleymount 	
Columbia Gardens .
Columbia Valley—
A. F. Gillis —.
W. Truax _.
C. E. McRae ......
H. A. Christie _
R. D. Rush	
T. C. Holmes ......
H. F. Tyerman _
M. G. Archibald .
C. Ewert	
J. H. Hamilton..
J. A. Ireland	
J. A. Ireland..
N. B. Hall —..
W. E. Henderson .
W. E. Henderson .
T. A. Briggs .
T. E. Cov	
A. F. Gillis	
J. Olivier	
S. E. Beech	
J. S. Cull — -
H. F. Tyerman
J. H. Hamilton .
W. Truax	
P. Ewert — _
J. L. Gayton	
E. McRae...
E. Wride....
S. Cull _	
C. Browne ..
C. Browne ..
C. Browne .
W. Scatchard .
J. L. Gayton ...
J. F. Haszard-
J. S. Cull	
W. Scatchard 	
W. Scatchard 	
D. P. Hanington ..
J. C. Thomas	
C. Ewert 	
W. Ross Stone .....
W. E. Henderson
C. E. McRae 	
M. G. Archibald	
W. H. Wood	
W. Truax    	
M. G. Archibald-
A. E. Perry	
J. S. Cull	
T. G. Robertson ..
J. S. Cull	
M. G. Archibald .
W. A. Drummond.
A. Edgelow	
W. Workman	
H. E. Cannon
F. T. Stanier.
J. S. Cull - 	
T. C. Holmes	
J. S. Daly 	
W. E. Henderson
Miss N. E. Dunn .
Miss B. Thompson .
Miss M. Claxton —
Miss N. Cunningham
Miss E. G. Allen .
Miss N. E. Dunn
Mrs. R. M. Young
Miss Garrood	
Cowichan Health
Centre
Miss N. E. Dunn ..
63
8
90
15
11
19
20
14
13
104
11
17
13
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47
15
19
29
33
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461
141
191
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J 37
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Condition of
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Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1          I        1
O.K - 	
Fair	
Good _ -	
Fair.
Good.
3
1
Satis factory	
Satisfactory  —
O.K 	
O.K.
O.K.
Good-   -
Good.
Measles    	
fair repair
Good.. 	
Good —	
Good, but lighting
poor
Fair ; crowded _ ■
Good; primary room
crowded
Good  —	
Good.
with partition.
Good.
Good-	
—
Influenza  (mild), 26 	
Good—	
O.K    	
No.
Satisfactory.	
Excellent 	
Fair 	
Excellent 	
Fair  " ...
Good—-	
Good 	
Good - -	
Measles ; German measles	
Whooping-cough  	
Good.
5
Good.
Anaemia,  2; posture,  2 ; blepharitis,
3 ; orthopaedic, 1
Chicken-pox ; measles 	
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Satisfactory	
Good - 	
Good  - -
Good— 	
Good —— - -
Good  	
Good - -- —	
Clean.
Clean.
Yes.
2
venenata, 1
1
condition.
Yes.
media, 1; stiff elbow, 1
Posture, 6   -  	
Mitral disease, 1; spinal curvature, 1
9
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Scarlet fever, 2 ; pertussis, 10-
Overcrowded; poorly
ventilated
Good    	
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Good _ _	
Yes.
Good 	
Clean.
Good - _ _	
O.K _	
Clean; adequate.
Heart, 1      	
Yes.
Good  	
Very good.
Good - 	
O.K 	
Fair.
Clean; in good
Satisfactory ___ —
Good 	
O.K _ _ _—
repair.
Yes.
Whooping-cough  	
Good.
Clean; sanitary.
C, 1
Good  	
Good — 	
Dark; draughty
Satisfactory	
Log    building;     in
poor repair ; heating not adequate
Good   	
Clean; adequate.
1
....
Need repair.
Scarlatina    —
Clean.
Clean; adequate.
Two ; in poor re
pair; not clean
Clean; adequate.
Good   _ _ 	
Ventilation fair;
heating   poor   in
Div. 1
Too   small  to   keep
clean;   old   building
Satisfactory.
1
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Four; clean.
Clean ; poorly
Pulmonary, 2   ,. — ..
built.
Poorly lighted	
O.K 	
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
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Very good.
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W. E. Henderson
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N. B. Hall	
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C. H. Beevor-Potts ..
Miss H. Kilpatrick _
Cowichan Health
Centre
1
J. H. Hamilton	
D. J. Barclay	
7
H. H. MacKenzie
62
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G. C. Johnston	
9
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Crystal Springs 	
J. S. Cull	
W. E. Henderson	
Mrs. R. M. Young ....
Darlington 	
3
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10
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17
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15
5
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J. S. Cull	
J. S. Cull          	
Miss R. Mahon	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
27
Dawson Creek, South
J. S. Cull	
J. A. Ireland 	
T. C. Holmes _  '
C. Davidson  	
H. G. Burden .
G. B. Helem 	
J. L. Gayton	
T. A. Briggs	
C. C. Browne 	
W. H. Mclntyre
J. S. Cull •	
W. H. Mclntyre	
9
Devereaux 	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
131      1
471       5
201       1
191       2
24        1
71
111      1
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Diamond 	
Divide  	
D. P. Hanington	
R. D. Rush 	
J. S. Cull            	
Miss N. E. Dunn
13
C. E. McRae-	
M. F. Lucas ...    	
T. A. L. Connold	
T. A. L. Connold	
H. A. Christie	
G. D. Baker 	
12
16
19
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R. B. Brummitt	
J. A. Ireland	
2
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201      3
141     —
W. Scatchard	
S. E. Beech	
R. Patten 	
F. E. Coy 	
H. F. Tyerman	
J. A. Ireland ..	
T. A. L.Connold
G. C. Johnston -	
H. A. Christie
W. Ross Stone
G. A. Ootmar	
F. Inglis -	
18
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2
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7
2
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181
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171 —..
81
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Edith Lake 	
6
7
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Elk Bridge '	
Elko 	
1
Ellesby    	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
Ellison .  	
29
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 39
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.
Boy blind right eye,  result of accident, 1; cleft palate, 1; pinkeye, 1
1    1
Good.
2
~~2
2
Scarlet fever, 4 ; measles, 4
Congenital dislocated right hip,  l._
Good.-  	
Good    -	
Good.
Ventilation via windows ;   heater   in
class-rooms
Poorly heated,  ventilated, and lighted
Satisfactory .   _.
Yes.
influenza   	
jcarlet fever, 1   	
Pulmonary, 1 _ - —	
Scarlet  fever       _
Mumps ; measles   	
Good     _	
Good.
Good  	
Good
Yes.
Good.
Eczema of hands, 1 	
Cardiac, 4 ; nervous, 1 — _ -
Jhicken-pox — 	
Measles ; scarlet fever 	
Good— 	
Good ___  	
Fair —	
Ventilation via windows ;   heated   by
heater in room
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory	
Good.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Good.
5
2
2
2
3
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O.K.
O.K.
Cardiac,   2;   pulmonary,   1;  posture,
2 ;  scoliosis,  1 ;  chronic appendicitis,  1; an_emia,  1
Scarlet fever, 1   _
Satisfactory	
Excellent	
Crowded ___ 	
Clean   ...■	
0 K.
Inadequate.
Clean.
~~2
O.K.
Satisfactory 	
O.K.
O.K.
Measles  	
Satisfactory.  .
Good  	
Good 	
Good —_.	
Satisfactory._	
Good  —
phosis), 1
Scarlet fever, 3   	
Measles ; rubella ; pertussis —
Yes.
Clean ; adequats.
Yes.
Mumps, 2 ; chicken-pox, 1
Satisfactory —	
Good 	
Satisfactory.—	
Good ; adequate _	
Good; adequate.
Satisfactory 	
Good...  	
2
_
M
.nfluenza    	
Good.  —	
Satisfactory ___	
Lighting fair	
Satisfactory—	
Satisfactory    ..	
Good 	
Good	
Fair  ______	
Good; adequate —
Heated with a fur-
nacette; ventilation via windows
Satisfactory ____	
O.K
good.
seats  divided
by a partition ;
the   closet   for
the girls should
be separate
from that of
the boys.
Yes.
Yes
Cardiac, 4 scoliosis, 7 ; T.B. test, 6 .
Whooping-cough,    2;    German
measles, 2 ; chicken-pox, 5
^lu ; German measles 	
Good ;  well-water
contaminated
Good—	
Good.
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Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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R. Patten	
C. C. McRae 	
J. Olivier  	
J. S. Daly      	
2
J. S. Cull        —
Miss M. Claxton
Miss Chodat  . .
7
Errington	
C. Davidson	
E. A. Campbell	
R. B. Brummitt	
G. A. Ootmar	
D. P. Hanington
F. T. Stanier	
Evelyn	
Ewings Landing	
Extension	
Fairbridge .	
Falkland               	
 8
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2
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Miss E. A. Allen
Cowichan Health
Centre
T. A. Briggs —	
H. F. Tyerman	
G. Ewert	
G. A. Cheeseman
W. Truax	
G. A. Ootmar	
J. S. Cull	
Field
Fife
3
Fish Creek	
Miss N. Cunningham
2
2
1
2
2
3
3
2
10
3
2
1
2
M. G. Archibald	
P. Ewert •
T. C. Holmes	
C. E. McRae 	
J. S. Cull	
W. C. Pitts  '
2
1
8
1
10
12
23
13
6
7
5
4
4
12
1
1
1
1
Foi-far 	
Miss N. Cunningham
1
2
2
5
2
6
5
12
4
2
4
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2
1
1
2
10
9
12
26
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1
1
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4
5
2
7
8
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3
6
10
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4
2
6
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C. Ewert	
4
Fort George, South	
C. Ewert          .. .
3
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3
1
1
2
3
6
1
10
10
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W. R. Stone	
J. S. Cull	
F. W. Green  	
Fort St. John —	
Fort Steele — 	
Miss N. Cunningham
21    6
1
11     3
L. B. Wrinch
T. C. Holmes '
T. C. Holmes 	
1
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C. Ewert         	
W. C. Pitts	
41 __
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61      4
14          K
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W. C. Pitts     	
1
8
16
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W. A. Drummond ...
Miss I. Chodat	
1
Burris Clinic  .
W. Truax  —
Drs. Daly &  Crawford
C. C. Browne 	
C. C. Browne	
C. C. Browne	
P. Ewert         	
8
4
12
19
40
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1
2
1
3
1
10
26
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J. H. Hamilton	
Galley Bav —	
R. D. Rush      	
T. E. Roberts	
H. A. Christie—	
R. D. Rush  	
R. D. Rush - —
N. B. Hall  	
G. E. Darby	
J. C. Thomas  .
W. Truax
16
12
5
4
15
3
22
3
4
1
10
3
1
2
1
4
 2
Gill  —	
C. Ewert
1
J. H. Hamilton 	
H. H. MacKenzie
H. T. Tyerman
J. A. Shotton	
Glade   - "  .
3
Glenlily	
2
H. N. Watson 	
Miss A. S. Law — MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 41
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.
1
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Good _	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory-	
Fair  	
Fair	
1
T.
1
Clean.
Yes.
Trachoma, 2   	
Fair.
Posture, 2 ; chronic appendicitis, £
~~i
D.A.H.,   1 ;   cardiac  enlargement,   1;
Satisfactory.. 	
Satisfactory..	
Fair lighting —
Good -
Clean; adequate.
suggested correction of posture
1
___.     ___
Chicken-pox ; German measles ;
mumps
Satisfactory.
Clean; adequate.
Orthopaedic, 1 .__       .
Rubella, 4 ; scarlet fever, 2 ...
61      5
1
Measles     - —
Scarlet fever, 3 _  .—	
Good   	
Good  	
Good- -	
Good --	
Fair—	
Good...- 	
Crowded; poorly
lighted
Good 	
O.K.- _
Good.
Deformed right and left thumb, 1	
Adequate.
Influenza (abdomen type) 	
Yes
Scoliosis,  1   __ 	
2
ii   i
O.K.
Rheumatic  heart,   1;  posture A,   6;
posture B, 6
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3
repair.
O.K -	
O.K.
Trachoma, 12   	
Good  —	
Satisfactory 	
Good - _ 	
Good __ — —
Good 	
O.K -	
Junior    and    Intermediate  Divs.
overcrowded
Good - — -
Good _	
O.K -  ,	
Good.
Nervous, 1   	
Clean; adequate.
Measles .__ — —  	
Conjunctivitis, 1    	
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Posture, 1 ; Contracture of tissues of
Clean; adequate.
leg due to burn, 1; obstruction of
lachrymal duct, 1
Influenza .__ —	
Yes.
"_
O.K.- _ —.
O.K.
Orthopaedic, 1  — 	
Good _ 	
Fair...      	
Good —  -.	
Good  - 	
Clean; adequate.
Nervous, 1 — 	
2
Clean; adequate.
D.A.H., 1 ; enlargement of heart, 2 ...
Satisfactory	
Wooden       building ;
well   heated   and
ventilated
One   room   very
crowded
Intermediate    Div.,
temporary
Good 	
Good	
Good — —	
Good  	
Good- "	
Fair... ...'	
Satisfactory __	
Fair condition; well
ventilated;   lighting very uneven
Satisfactory ___	
Satisfactory  —
Satisfactory	
Crowded ___	
Satisfactory __	
Good. — _  ...
Clean; adequate.
poor posture,   21   ....  ___ _._  ____	
Three; in good
repair; clean;
adequate.
Fair.
Whooping-cough —
Cardiac, 1    —  	
Clean.
Good.
Yes.
O.K.
Septic sore throat, 2 	
^carTatina ;  rubella ..__ 	
O.K.
O.K.
Congenital heart, 1   	
Yes.
has mild cardiac condition, but is
at present under observation
Whooping-cough ___ 	
Fair...  	
Good- 	
Fair.
Clean; adequate.
Good-. 	
Good.
Obesity, 1 ; underdeveloped, 2 __	
Excellent	
Good...— 	
Good— -  -
Good..— - 	
Fair.
Pertussis         —   —
Measles ; whooping-cough
Good.
1
Good.
Acceptable.
Fairly good 	
Clean; adequate. J 42
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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39
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59
20
10
11
60
16
225
21
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45
35
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16
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3
4
2
15
3
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5
10
R. B. Brummitt	
D. J. Fitz Osborne—
P. Ewert 	
2
1
i
2
2
7
1
2
1
2
2
4
1
2
1
4
4
18
1
3
1
2
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1
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3
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4
1
9
1
6
1
4
6
5
1
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11
6
J. F. Grant —
G. B. Helem	
MissD. Wilkie	
Grandview Bench	
Granite Bay	
Grasmere — 	
Grassy Plains	
5
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R. Patten 	
H. A. Christie	
T. C. Holmes     ....
1
Great Central 	
J. C. Thomas	
J. H. Hamilton	
G. B. Helem	
J. S. Cull	
F. Inglis	
J. H. Hamilton	
J. F. Grant -	
R. Patten -	
Grindrod — 	
Ground Birch ._
Halfmoon Bay 	
Hall's Landing 	
Happy Valley 	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Miss D. Wilkie	
2
3
15
1
1
2
28
1
10
3
~~2~
18
Harewood 	
C. C. Browne	
C. E. McRae	
P. Ewert	
Miss M. Upshall
H. H. MacKenzie
W. H. Mclntyre	
10
1
~ 5
31
1
2
5
5
7
J. S. Cull	
Miss R. Mahon.	
4
L. B. Wrinch	
I,. B. Wrinch	
T. A. Briggs	
G. E. Wride	
M. G. Archibald
J. S. Shotton 	
N. B. Hall	
J. S. Shotton...	
J. S. Cull	
G. B. Helem 	
H. N. Watson	
1
1
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1
1
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Hedley. _       	
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Heffley Creek	
1
1
2
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9
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6
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6        81      21    2
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Hey wood Corners	
2!       7|       6l       31...
Miss R. Mahon     	
Miss A. S. Law	
Miss I. Chodat	
Hillcrest	
Hillcrest (Mount Pre-
vost)
5
5
5
8
3
4l      4!    2
111       31
I          1
Hilton
0. Morris _
W. E. Henderson
T. A. Briggs	
P. Ewert 	
W. Workman    —
R. B. Brummitt	
1 —
171
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21       1
6
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Hornby Island	
21       2
   1	
Houston  	
4
5
Mrs. J. Russell
51
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91       4
41       1
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Hubert    	
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1         9
Miss N. Cunningham
1
	
1
1
Hulatt -	
W. R. Stone _ _	
A. Francis 	
G. B. Helem.	
J. Olivier	
H. F. Tyerman ._	
H. F. Tyerman	
Hunter's Siding ■
Hupel 	
51         1     10!     5
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Ingersoll Mountain	
Inonoaklin Valley	
Inverness  —
loco	
Irvine's Landing	
A. E. Perry	
C. R. Symmes	
T. A. L. Connold
R. D. Rush	
H. A. Christie	
W. H. Moore	
1
2
1
1
2
 3
2
" 2
James Island— '	
Joe Rich Valley	
Johnson's Landing	
Jordan River	
Jura 	
Kaleden 	
G. A. Ootmar—	
D. J. Barclay 	
J. F. Grant 	
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R. B. White 	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 43
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.
1               1           1
Satisfactory	
Poorly lighted	
Satisfactory	
3
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2
-
~1
2
Clean.
Measles   epidemic   all   through
school
Measles  	
Fair 	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory 	
O.K 	
Fair.
Clean.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
Fair 	
Measles  	
Measles ; German measles ._	
Measles	
Good  	
Good 	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good.
Clean.
Posture 1 ; pleurisy,  1 ; chronic appendicitis, 1
Flu	
Good 	
One girl deformed arm, result accident ; one nervous debility a problem child
Whooping-cough,    4;    measles,
6;   impetigo,   a   number   of
cases at present
Good  	
Satisfactory	
Good;    well   heated
and ventilated
Good  	
Good.
Yes.
Cardiac,   6;   nervous,   6;   appendic-
tomy,  2 ; rickets,  2 ;  curvature of
spine, 1 ; cleft palate, 1 ; eczema, 1
Scarlet   fever;   mumps;   German measles; chicken-pox
Clean ; old-
fashioned.
Good.
Good——	
Excellent 	
Good  	
Overcrowded	
Good  	
Good _  	
Good  	
Adequate 	
Good -
Good  	
Good  _—-	
Good. — -
Very clean	
Satisfactory— —
Good 	
Satisfactory — .,
Good; log  -
Good  	
Clean.
Good.
Measles .._.	
Yes.
Influenza 	
Influenza 	
Yes.
....  1 ._
Yes.
Mumps  	
Posture   A,   8;   posture   B,   1 ;   car-
diac, 1
Nephritis chronic, 1  	
Cardiac murmurs, 1	
Measles —	
Scarlet fever, 2    	
Measles ; whooping-cough
Good.
Repairs needed.
Good.
Measles  	
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
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Good —  --	
Two     bright     new
class-rooms ; heating good
Good.  -	
Good ._  	
Fair lighting  	
Poorly lighted _ _
O.K —  	
Good   	
Satisfactory 	
Fair   '   	
Clean.
Bronchitis,   1 ;   eczema,   1 ;   deformed
chest, 1
Influenza, 4   	
Clean.
Flu  -  	
Posture,  1; bilateral congenital dislocation of hips, 1
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Good
Erythema nodosum    _
Measles  	
Clean.
Good - — 	
Good     —-	
Building burned	
Good   	
Good; adequate
Satisfactory 	
S atisf actor y 	
Good f.	
Good —	
Good.
Fair.
Epileptic, 1 ; defective speech, 4 ...
Pre T.B., 1     -    — -         ■    	
Measles, 15 : mumps, 40 ; chicken-pox, 2; whooping-cough, 27
Good.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
Three contacts  with pertussis
isolated; no cases in school;
measles,   3 ;   inf.   conjunctivitis, 8
Clean; adequate.
Acne, 2 ; scoliosis, 1 ; wax in ears, 5
Clean; adequate.
Fair     —_	
Good __ —	
Good 	
Fair.
Good.
Mum os,   8 ;   me-s.es,   12 ;   varicella,  6
Good.
__
Satisfactory ;
modern
Clean; adequate. J 44
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Mrs. L. Ward   .   —
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
Mrs. B. Thompson
15
Kelowna, East  —	
Kelowna, South —
Keremeos 	
G. A. Ootmar	
G. A. Ootmar	
G. E. Wride	
W. H. Wood	
J. F. Haszard	
21
13
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Kettle Valley- 	
1
Kimberley— __	
3
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Kingcome Inlet 	
R. Patten	
G. B. Helem	
J. Olivier 	
T. A. L. Connold
H. N. Watson	
H. H. MacKenzie ....
J. G. Robertson	
C. E. McRae	
W. E. Henderson
W. R. Stone  :
■J. S. Cull 	
J. S. Cull  	
0. 0. Lyons 	
J. F. Grant 	
C. C. Browne  	
F. W. Green 	
M. F. Lucas 	
J. C. Stuart 	
W. C. Pitts 	
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Lakes District 	
Lakeview	
Landry __  '	
Miss N. E. Dunn  —
Miss R. Mahon
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Langford _ — 	
Lantzville   __ —
Miss D. Wilkie
2
Larchwood   ~  	
1
Lee   —  	
Lillooet    	
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Lily Lake — _— -
Lister   — - -	
J. Olivier 	
1
Little Fort ( Mount Olie)
2
Lone Butte __ —
C. E. McRae	
J. S. Cull	
H. H. MacKenzie ._.
Lone Prairie ___  	
Long Beach _ _ —
Mrs. P. Yaho'nitsky
1
Long Lake  —
J. A. Ireland	
1
Louis Creek __  	
M. G. Archibald
F. W. Green	
0. Morris 	
Lumberton _  	
4
Lumby.- 	
1
Lund   	
0. O. Lyons 	
J. P. Ellis —	
J. P. Ellis	
Lytton  —	
7
Lytton, North    "	
Magna Bay  	
W. Scatchard -	
1
F. T. Stanier	
J. H. Hamilton _	
J. A. Ireland	
W. R. Stone  	
Cowichan Health
Centre
Malakwa  	
4
1
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3
3
 2
5
2
1
1
1
2
10
2
Mamette Lake —_ 	
Mapes   	
Mara 	
a. B. Helem	
G. D. Oliver 	
W. Scatchard 	
J. F. Haszard	
J. C. Dunn    .   	
7
Martin Prairie ___ —
1
Marysville  	
1
Mayne Island — '
T. E. Roberts 	
H. N. Watson .   	
H. A. Christie	
41      5
Mayo -  	
Miss A. S. Law	
8
9
12
11
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J. F. Haszard	
W. Scatchard	
J. S. Daly    	
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51      5
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1
' MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 45
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; frame	
Crowded	
Fair...... 	
Clean.
Good.
Cardiac, 1 	
Yes.
Posture, 1 ; pulmonary, 2  	
Cardiac, 3 ; scoliosis, 1 ; T.B. test, 5
1
German   measles,    13;   scarlet
fever, 2
Whooping-cough, 6   -	
Chicken-pox.   	
Crowded	
Good... 	
Good	
Inadequate.
Clean.
T.B. test, 4
Cardiac, 4   _ 	
1
Adequate 	
Windows    in    front
should      be      removed ;  otherwise
satisfactory
Ventilation      good;
well   heated;   not
crowded
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory _
Fair    __	
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Yes.
2 ; Legge's disease, 1; chronic mastoid,   3;   cleft   palate,   1 ;   chronic
nephritis, 1 ; stiff elbow, 1
Yes.
...„
Clean.
Influenza	
Rubella, 1 	
Poorly  heated;   un-
lined
1
Clean; adequate.
Nervous, 1   _.	
Chicken-p ox 	
Good	
Good 	
Good-	
Good.
Good.
Fair.
	
Good 	
O.K 	
Yes.
4
Good.  	
Posture, 4 ; anemia, 1 — —_ _
Satisfactory 	
Good 	
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
1
Good.
Scarlet fever ; mumps  ■■
Good	
Good_.._ 	
Satisfactory -	
Good  __ 	
Adequate room and
Clean.
Clean.
German  measles,   16;  mumps,
35
Clean; adequate.
Cardiac, 2  	
.-.._
Measles  	
ventilation
Fair 	
O.K	
Acceptacle.
O.K.; requires
dry earth.
Only fair 	
Chicken-pox, 6  	
Measles,  2 	
Satisfactory 	
Good.	
Good	
Satisfactory 	
Wooden building; in
fair repair
Good 	
Good ; frame 	
Good  _.
Good	
Good 	
Good; log   	
No cloak-room 	
Good.
 4
„—
Good.
Clean.
Posture A, 1; posture B, 1  	
Yes.
Tuberculosis,  1    	
German measles,  4  	
Good.
Good.
1
3
Influenza, 4  — —
Clean.
Yes.
Scarlet fever; German measles
Good _	
O.K.   _	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good.
Clean.
Orthopaedic, 2 ; nervous, 1; cardiac, 1
Cardiac murmur,   1  -	
Yes.
Measles   	
Measles _	
Pertussis, 4 	
Clean.
Good 	
Good     _.
Excellent	
Not   crowded;   well
heated and ventilated ; lighting
from windows
could be improved
upon
Poor lighting, heating,   and  ventilation
Yes.
Yes.
1
Whooping-cough,   4;   epidemic
flu, 6
Measles, 26 _ _	
Clean; adequate.
Cardiac, 1 ; orthopaedic hip, 1 —	
Poor; inadequate.
Cleft palate, 2  	
Lighting   fair;    no
cloak-room
Not quite clean.
1 J 46
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Meadow Valley..
Meldrum Creek-
W. R. Stone ....
F. W. Andrew..
G. D. Oliver	
Menzinger..
Metchosin-
Michel-Natal	
Midway..
G. D. Oliver..
J. F. Grant ._
G. C. Johnston	
Milburn Lake-
Mill Bay	
Minto..
Minto City.	
Miocene	
Mission Creek..
Moberly	
Moberly Lake-
Monte Creek	
Monte Lake__
Montney—
Montrose-
Moose Heights ..
Morrissey	
Mountain Ridge	
Mountain View	
Mount McPherson_.
Moyie 	
Mud River..	
Myn caster	
McBride..
McConnell Creek-
McGilli vr ay	
MacKenzie	
McLure 	
McMurdo __	
Nadina River _-
Nakusp 	
Naltesby..
Nanaimo Bay__
Naramata	
Narcosli	
Needles 	
New Denver..
Newgate	
Nickel Plate.
Nicola
Nicola, Lower.	
Nicomen Island ...
Nine Mile Creek~
Nithi Mountain—
Nithi River	
Nixon Creek	
Noosatsum.
North Bend	
Northfield 	
North Saanich .
Notch Hill  ._
Ocean Falls .
W. H. Wood..
G. D. Oliver...
F T. Stanier-
E. R. Hicks	
D. J. Fitz Osborne
C. E. McRae	
G. A. Ootmar	
P. Ewert	
J. S. Cull	
J. A. Ireland	
J. A. Ireland	
J. S. Cull	
C. Davidson 	
G. D. Oliver 	
W. Workman	
P. Ewert	
M. F. Lucas	
J. H. Hamilton..
F. W. Green	
C. Ewert..	
W. H. Wood	
M. F. Lucas	
W. H. Mclntyre
M. G. Archibald
Cowichan Health
Centre
Mrs. A. F. Grindon.
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Mrs. R. M. Young..
H. A. MacLean	
C. J. M. Willoughby
P. Ewert—	
T. C. Holmes	
H. F. Tyerman	
W. R. Stone	
C. C. Browne	
F. W. Andrew	
Miss M. Upshall _
C. E. McRae	
H. F. Tyerman	
A.. Francis 	
H. A. Christie	
G. E. Wride	
A. F. Gillis 	
A. F. Gillis	
W. H. Mclntyre	
D. McCaffrey 	
W. C. Pitts 	
W. C. Pitts _
C. H. Beevor-Potts..
H. A. McLean .
J. P. Ellis 	
C. C. Browne ._.
H. G. Burden ...
W. Scatchard ..
R. A. Gilchrist .
Miss H. Kilpatrick..
Miss Krupe.
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18
7
9
29
350
21
11
26
76
26
14
20
9
23
13
22
11
7
14
6
6
24
10
14
66
11
9
22
10
13
6
121
8
61
47
24
350
20
11
24
76
26
18
10
12
5
121
8
49
47
16
16
10
10
36
35
8
8
49
45
59
57
62
62
32
32
190
188
10
76
125
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23 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 47
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.
1
O.K	
Yes.
Stove;  ventilation
good
repair;   general
lighting not satisfactory
Good 	
Nervous debility (improving), 1	
Chest deformity,  6 ; heart,  10 ; congenital heart, 1; bronchitis, 1
1
—
Diphtheria,  1  contact immunized
Rubella ; measles  —
Poorly ventilated
Satisfactory	
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
2
_
Measles 	
Adequate.
Scarlet fever; chicken-pox	
Good	
	
—
Clean ; adequate.
Fair.
Good  	
Good;   becoming
crowded
Good	
Cardiac, 3 ; anaemic, 1; scoliosis, 2;
T.B.   test,   9
3
Whooping-cough,    9 ;    German
measles, 29 ; chicken-pox, 41
Clean.
Clean; adequate.
Fair 	
	
German measles	
Good  	
Good-	
Satisfactory	
Good  	
Fair   ventilation ;
one coal-stove
Good 	
Urinal suggested.
Satisfactory	
Good _ 	
Good  -	
Good- - -	
Satisfactory... _.
Satisfactory.- 	
Good -	
Yes.
Yes.
Wooden   building;
fair repair
Satisfactory 	
O.K 	
Two; poor.
Yes.
0 K
Good 	
O.K - 	
Clean.
0 K.
O.K -----
Good	
Frame   on   concrete
basement; furnace
heating;     ventilation good
Good _  	
Good _ 	
Yes.
"~6
Mumps ; German measles	
Good.
Satisfactory...-  .
Good _ _ -
O.K	
■
.._..
4
5
~2
Yes.
O.K  	
Yes.
Measles ; rubella ; pertussis	
Yes.
Good 	
Fair.
Poorly heated -'-.
Good —_	
Seating     adequate;
poorly heated and
ventilated
Satisfactory	
Good - —	
Good 	
Temporary quarters
since    fire;    very
crowded    in    two
rooms;   O.K.   before
Good 	
Rubella, 4; measles, 1 __ 	
German measles, 5	
Mumps ; German measles 	
Scarlet    fever,    8;    whooping-
cough, 1; rubella, 2
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Appendicitis, 1; crippled, 1	
Good.
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2
Infantile     eczema,     3 ;     orthopaedic
(kyphosis     (slight),    2;    lordosis
(slight), 1 ; osteitis, 1; atrophy of
leg, 1) ; heart, functional sept., 5;
undescended test-cle, 1 ; hernia, 2 ;
exstrophy of bladder, 1
1
somewhat    defective,   with   Grade
I.     very     poorly
lighted     throughout  as  shown  by
sisrhtmeter J 48
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Okanagan Centre__
Okanagan Falls .
Okanagan Mission..
Okeover Arm..
Olalla .:	
Oliver .  	
100-Mile House ..
150-Mile House .
One Mile
Orange Valley..
Osland 	
Osoyoos - 	
Otter Point	
Outlook 	
Owen Bay	
Oyama    	
Oyster, North...
Oyster River	
Pablo   	
Pachelqua	
Palling —	
Palmer Bay..
Parkland 	
Park Siding _
Parksville ....
Parson .__.. _	
Pass Creek	
Pavilion   ... ...	
Peace View	
Pemberton        	
Pemberton Meadows
Pemberton Range __..
Pender Island _	
Pender, South	
Perow  	
Perry's Siding__
Pinantan .—_ .
Pine   	
Pine, North 	
Pine, Upper	
Pine View
Pioneer Mines
Popcum	
Port Alice
Port Clements
Port Essington
Port Renfrew __
Port Simpson	
Pouce Coupe	
Pouce Coupe, Central
Pouce. Coupe, East....
Powell River:
Henderson	
Prairiedale   - —	
Premier Mine	
Princeton 	
Procter   _..—_	
Progress    - 	
Qualicum Beach _
Qualicum, Little .
Quatsino ... ...	
Oueen Charlotte .
Queen's Bay.	
Quesnel — _—	
A. E. Perry	
G. A. Ootmar	
R. B. White _.„...
G. A. Ootmar	
O. O. Lyons	
G. E. Wride _
N. J. Ball 	
C. E. McRae __..__
C. E. McRae 	
D. McCaffrey 	
W. C. Pitts   	
A. E. Perry. _
N. J. Ball   	
J. F. Grant	
W. Truax 	
R. Patten  	
O. Morris   	
D. P. Hanington
T. A. Briggs _	
C. E. McRae —
J. C. Stuart	
T. C. Holmes 	
R. Patten  	
J. S. Cull   	
J. S. Daly   	
C. Davidson  	
P. Ewert      	
J. L. Gayton  	
J. C. Stuart _	
J. S. Cull   	
N. J. Paul   	
N. J. Paul     —_
J. A. Ireland 	
T. E. Roberts  ..
T. E. Roberts  —
R. R. Brummitt .
A. Francis	
J. A. Ireland 	
A. F. Gillis	
J. S. Cull	
■T. S. Cull	
J. S. Cull	
D. M. King   .
W. E. Henderson
G. A. Lawson .__ _
T. C. Dunn   	
A. E. Perry	
A. Edgelow 	
C. Davidson
C. Davidson    ..
G. A. Lawson
G. A. Charter _
D. J. Barclay ...
G. D. Oliver ....
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
Mrs. A. F. Grindon.
Mrs. B. Thompson .
Miss W. Hall -
Miss W. Hall _
Miss E. G. Allen .
Miss N. E. Dunn .
Miss D. McKenzie
Miss N. Cunningham
Mrs. R. M. Young...
Mrs. R. M. Young
Miss N. Cunningham
A. E. Perry 	
J. S. Cull	
J. S. Cull  _
J. S. Cull	
O. O. Lyons	
W. R. Stone 	
W. S. Kergin 	
D. McCaffrey	
H. H. MacKenzie
J. S. Cull _	
Miss R. Mahon
Miss R. Mahon
Miss R. Mahon
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Miss D. McKenzie ...
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16
16
44
41
63
62
7
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15
14
193
188
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23
23
14
13
10
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13
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57
50
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40
38
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J 49
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.
1       1
Good  ' 	
Good _ _ 	
Satisfactory _
Good	
Good 	
Old equipment	
Good ._	
Good 	
Good - _	
Good _	
Good —	
Good _ _	
Good	
Fair	
Whooping-cough, 7 	
Mumps, 6 ; measles, 12 	
Whooping-cough, 14  	
Clean.
3
Cardiac, 2 ; anremic,  1 ; scoliosis, 2 ;
trachoma, 3 ; T.B. test, 6
Clean.
Yes.
Cardiac, 3 ; cretin, 1; ortho., 5 	
Measles ; whooping-cough  _
Clean.
Rubella, 3  _	
Fair.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Measles; whooping-cough—	
R.A. heart (improved), 1	
Fair.
Very poor condition
2
2
1
Mumps, 1 	
Scarlet fever, 4_ _ 	
Satisfactory.—	
Good frame _	
Yes.
Clean.
Needs completion ...
Old   log   building;
fair
O.K 	
Poor.
German measles, 8	
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Good 	
Good   _„_
O.K.	
Yes.
Posture, 1; chronic appendicitis, 1....
2
O.K.
Enlarged heart, 1 ; mitral regurgitation,  1 ; roughened first sound, 1 ;
conjunctivitis, 1 ; posture, 1
Paralysis, 1 — _ 	
Orthopaedic, 1 _ _ _	
Scarlet fever, 2  _._ _
Chicken-pox, 1 — _	
Satisfactory 	
Good 	
Good —	
Good  	
Poorly lighted ___	
Good  	
Good - _
Good ; poorly heated
Excellent _ ___.
Satisfactory ;   well
heated and ventilated
Good "       '	
Good  -	
Good —_ - -
O.K    _	
Good   —	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
An_emia, 1   _ _ 	
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Whooping-cough  	
Good.
Warts on face   	
Asthma ; otorrhcea ; nasal polypi
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
~2
Whooping-cough, 4	
Yes.
Scoliosis, 1; pulmonary, 1	
5
Satisfactory	
Pinkeye; German measles
Influenza ; whooping-cough
O.K.  —	
O.K.
Good .....  ■
Good     -	
Excellent 	
Good _ -
Good -  ».__„.
The  condition  of  the teeth  is  very
evident from last year ; the parents
have been  wise  and  followed  advice, and most of the children have
excellent teeth
1
1
Good.
Good 	
Div.   2   overcrowded
and poorly lighted
Satisfactory. 	
Scarlet fever, 7    	
Need repairs.
Mumps ; measles ___	
Good 	
O.K _ _ 	
No	
Good 	
Good     	
Yes.
Yes.
A  small  number  of colds;  at
present  5  cases  of  chicken-
pox
Rubella,   91 ;  chicken-pox,   74;
mumps, 19
Chicken-pox  _ __ 	
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good.
1
Good -
Satisfactory _	
Satisfactory ___ ____
Good  	
Satisfactory ..._ _
Fair
Totally inadequate
nia, 1
Cardiac enlargement, 2 ; conjunctivitis, 2
Seborrhcea, 1; mitral regurgitation, 1
Not satisfactory.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Rheumatic heart, 1; eczema, 4 ; chorea, 1
Fair.
1
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W. H. Wood	
D. J. Barclay	
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Miss R. Mahon	
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K. Wray-Johnston.	
W. H. Wood   	
W. H. Wood 	
W. H. Wood	
9
C. E. McRae	
A
Rolla     	
J. S. Cull	
Miss N. E. Dunn      '
Miss N. E. Dunn.   ...
2
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Rolla, North 	
J. S. Cull 	
6
H. A. Christie -	
J. P. Ellis       	
3
Rose Hill 	
C. E. McRae	
1
2
1
30
1
T. C. Holmes 	
3
1
5
2
2
1
1
6
J. S. Cull	
E. R. Hicks     	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
55
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T. A. Briggs . 	
4
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1
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Savona 	
S. A. Wallace	
Savona Road _
W. C. Pitts ._	
R. Patten  	
R. Patten	
L. B. Wrinch
F. Inglis
1
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Mrs. Walls -    ,.
	
1
2
4
1
1
7
2
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Sayward, Upper ._	
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Sechelt 	
J. C. Stuart ......	
J. S. Cull	
G. B. Helem      	
Seven Mile Corner-	
Miss N. E. Dunn
6
Shalalth	
J. C. Stuart       	
F. T. Stanier    	
Cowichan Health
Centre
Miss N. E. Dunn ....
Shearerdale — 	
J. S. Cull _	
F W. Green      	
6
3
Shelley '	
C. Ewert 	
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J 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.
Poor , 	
Crowded 	
Good 	
Good 	
Fair condition; ventilation and heating poor
Poorly lighted	
Satisfactory	
Good ; frame.-    .
Crowded; poor condition
Fair	
Influenza 	
number of pupils ; urinal
required.
Clean.
Fair.
Satisfactory- 	
More   light   needed
at left; otherwise
satisfactory
Fair... _.
Satisfactory '	
Satisfactory...-  .
Good   	
Good  	
O.K.
Yes
Anaemic, 1 ._  	
Fair.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Flu 	
Clean
Measles ; pertussis ; pinkeye
Good	
Good  	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory- _	
Satisfactory..	
Good -     •
Satisfactory   	
Good - 	
Satisfactory.	
Good 	
Clean; adequate.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Good.
Posture, 6 ; cardiac, 1     _ 	
Posture, 1 ; chronic appendicitis, 1 .
1
Scarlet fever, 2   	
Scarlet fever, 1  _ 	
German measles, 9   __	
Clean; adequate.
Need attention.
Good      *	
Fair.
O.K _ ~~
Good	
Good 	
O.K.    	
O.K.
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Scarlet fever ; chicken-pox
German   measles,   9;   chicken-
pox, 87
Measles, 10 __ _ _
Measles, 35 ; whooping-cough, 1
Good     	
dry earth.
Cardiac, 10 ; scoliosis, 8 ; pulmonary,
1 ;    trachoma,    2    (only    6    other
cases) ; T.B. test, 37
Asthma, 1    	
Good,     hut     rooms
poorly lighted
Fairly good	
Satisfactory 	
Good.. -	
Good _ __ _ -	
Good   	
Fair  	
Not satisfactory.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Measles ; whooping-cough	
Good.
Satisfactory	
Good __  	
Clean; adequate.
Cardiac, 1 _.__ _	
Good.
Cleft palate, 1   • _.
Satisfactory. —
Good    heating   and
ventilation
Overcrowded   and
poorly ventilated ;
need a new school
hadly
Fair ; rather
crowded
Good          ._	
Satisfactory..	
Satisfactory	
Good _ 	
Good  	
Clean; adequate.
Flatf oot, 1 	
Chicken-pox, 1 —  	
Clean ; adequate.
Two; clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
German measles ; flu. „	
Clean ; adequate.
Good        	
Excellent  	
Satisfactory	
Clean ; adequate.
2
1
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
Old    and    crowded;
advise new building
One; clean ;
need two.
Satisfactory ,..,.
Good
Crowded   _
Clean.
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Shutty Bench —
Sicamous	
Sidney.
Silver Creek	
Silverton	
Simoom Sound .
Sirdar .
Sisters Creek ..
Sitkum Creek _
Skidegate	
Slocan Park  ...
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Smithers	
Snowshoe __.
Soda Creek _
Sointula _
Solsqua _
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Sorrento...
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Spring Bend	
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Stewart 	
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C. E. McRae	
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H. H. MacKenzie...
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O. Morris 	
D. J. Barclay	
A. and S- E. Beech
H. G. Burden	
A. and S. E. Beech
A. Francis	
R. Patten	
J. Olivier	
G. D. Oliver 	
H. H. MacKenzie...
G. A. Charter	
H. H. MacKenzie ._
H. H. MacKenzie -
R. B. Brummitt	
M. F. Lucas .
C. E. McRae
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J. H. Hamilton	
E. M. Robertson	
Sunnybrae 	
Sunnybrook	
Sujjnyside	
Sunnyside Cannery.
Sunrise   _ 	
Sunrise Valley	
Sunset Prairie	
Swan Lake, South...
Sweetwater	
Sylvania	
Tabor Creek	
Taghum _	
Tappen   	
Tappen Valley 	
Ta Ta Creek ....
Tatalrose  	
Taylor Flats	
Tchesinkut Lake	
Telegraph Creek	
J. F. Grant	
J. F. Grant	
W. Scatchard	
T. C. Holmes _ _.
O. O. Lyons 	
W. A. Drummond
G. B. Helem	
J. S. Cull	
C. E. McRae	
J. H. Hamilton —
H. H. MacKenzie.
Burris Clinic	
N. J. Paul	
N. B. Hall	
J. W. Vosburgh	
O. O. Lyons	
G. E. Wride _
G. D. Oliver	
T. C. Holmes 	
M. G. Archibald	
A. and S. E. Beech.__
J. S. Cull    	
C. R. Symmes	
A. E. Perry .
J. S. Cull —.
J. S. Cull.	
J. S. Cull	
J. S. Cull-	
J. S. Cull
F. T. Stanier.
C. Ewert ...
H. H. MacKenzie ....
A. and S. E. Beech .
A. andS. E. Beech.
F. W. Green 	
T. C. Holmes 	
J. S. Cull 	
T. C. Holmes 	
E. E. Hildebrand.
Miss D. Wilkie._
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Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Miss N. Cunningham
Miss N. E. Dunn 	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Miss R. Mahon —_	
Miss N. E. Dunn	
Cowichan Health
Centre
Miss N. Cunningham
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INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS
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J 53
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Other Conditions, specify
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Condition of
Building.    State if
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heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1
O.K...	
O.K.
Satisfactory	
Poor. 	
Fair  	
Clean.
Poor.
Fair.
Yes.
Good.
Not quite clean.
Two; clean.
Fair.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Yes.
Trachoma, 7 '■
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—
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Measles, 4 .  	
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Measles, 37	
dumb, 1
Good	
3
Good; frame	
Fair 	
Nervous, 1; eczema, 1   	
Whooping-cough 	
Scarlet   fever,   10;   whooping-
cough, 1; rubella, 2
Whoop i ng-cough	
Overcrowded;
poorly ventilated
O.K	
1
2
Satisfactory	
Good  -	
Satisfactory	
Fair- 	
6
1
Good  	
Adequate.
Unclean; inadequate.
Good.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
Fair.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Yes.
Fair.
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good 	
Good  	
Satisfactory...	
Good  -
Good -	
Good   --
Lighting  should  be
improved
Fair 	
Fair	
Chicken-pox —	
1
1
conjunctivitis, 1
Defective  chest   (due to  early  rick
ets), 1
Good     '
O.K.  	
Yes.
O.K.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Clean.
Clean.
Poor.
Good.
Good.
1
Fair	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory...:	
Fair..  	
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German measles — -	
Measles   	
Excellent	
Good 	
1
Whooping-cough; mumps; German measles
Good  	
Poorly   heated   and
ventilated
Good.
Boys'   should   be
rebuilt.
Good.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Adequate.
O.K.
Two; in  poor
repair.
Clean; adequate.
Good. 	
O.K   -	
Wooden building; in
poor repair
Satisfactory-	
Posture, 1 ; ana_mia, 1; ichthyosis	
Good 	
2
Whooping-cough, 3; mumps, 1
Good- 	
Lighting very poor;
more windows required or present
ones changed
Good 	
Good.
Good.
Clean; adequate.
Need attention.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Need repairs.
Clean ; adequate.
2
1
4
1
Good 	
Good ; crowded	
Poorly ventilated
3
2
Good	
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean.
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
One new pit
indicated.
	
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Poor lighting	
Good	
O.K 	
1
1
Dilapidated;   poorly
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O.K.     •  . 	
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T.B.C.), 5
1
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82
9
21
11
9
38
19
37
25
12
8
56
24
78
60
26
77
9
12
203
28
14
8
80
94
12
1
20
12
10
22
21
32
70
2
1
18
2
7
1
2
2
2
4
1
1
23
1
3
3
2
1
11
1
19
1
1
2
7
_
3
1
51
1
6
1
4
2
1
1
1
5
5
1
3
4
6
2
4
1
2
2
15
4
3
2
~~~i
47
10
19
1
16
14
2
1
12
2
1
4
9
1
7
3
~M
2
6
1
5
6
6
5
23
6
1
6
6
6
1
12
4
3
5
3
2
6
4
6
1
11
2
19
7
4
19
2
1
47
10
3
4
29
33
3
1
8
1
1
3
2
1                    1
G. D. Oliver     	
1
12
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
41
17
6
4
7
3
1
10
11
6
8
4
1
82
8
7
1
3
2
1
1
2
" 8
1S>
S. Mills	
11
M. J. Ball      	
Miss W. Hall	
4
R. Patten ....
Tintagel 	
T. C. Holmes 	
1
1
5
2
	
6
Tofino	
Topley 	
R. B. Brummitt	
M. G. Archibald	
Tranquille 	
1
2.
_
1
15
1
„
1
1
2
2
5
8
19
2
2
20
4
4
1
2
1
1
8
1
 i
5
5
2
J. S. Cull          	
Miss M. Claxton. 	
1
2
3
1
2
9
Trinity Creek	
G. B. Helem     	
T. A. Briggs   	
4
3
J. S. Cull
7
Turtle Valley	
W. Scatchard 	
9
J. S. Cull	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
fi
W. E. Bavis     	
3
2
22
14
9
38
13
4
16
4
4
2
38
3
11
6
3
4
15
8
14
8
6
3
32
8
2
1
17
5
1
1
W. E. Bavis
T. C. Holmes    	
3
1
2
3
2
1
1
2
1
11
Union Bay 	
E. R. Hicks	
W. D. Keith     	
Mrs. C. A. Lucas
Miss R. Mahon..	
1
J. S. Cull  _	
N. B. Hall        	
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
3
4
3
2
2
2
1
W. Bramley-Moore—.
5
?
T. H. Lougheed	
Vanderhoof	
-
5
6
7
_—_
2
1
Ml
Va ven by	
W. Bramley-Moore	
R. D. Rush   __	
Vesuvius, North  .
6
V i n su 11a	
C. J. M. Willoughby
Walcott      ....    	
Waldo 	
H. A. Christie -	
Walhachin	
Wardner  .    	
H. A. Christie -	
D. P. Hanington
Waterloo	
Watmore	
Miss E. G. Allen
1
2
9
Webber Lake— ~ ...
Wellington—	
<t
Wellington, East 	
1
D. P. Hanington
T. W. Sutherland	
Miss E. G. Allen.
6
3
2
4
2
8
2
2
3
3
Wells	
G. A. Ootmar..	
W. Buchanan	
W. H. Wood 	
M. G. Archibald	
Miss M. Gowan	
Miss M. Gowan..	
2
3
1
3
65
Westbank Townsite.-	
Westbri dge	
1
161
21	
5|.
421
1
171	
Westsyde	
2
1
1
1
Westview 	
0. 0. Lyons	
Westwold 	
1
Whaletown	
N. B. Hall	
4
4
34
15
2
1
6
6
3
18
11
6
38
3
1
7
4
11
White Lake	
A. and S. E. Beech ...
O. 0. Lyons '.	
C. E. McRae 	
1
Wild wood Heights	
4
1
2
1
"~i~7
1
16
2
3
1
6
18
1
 i
5
2
29
12
3
1
 1
3
2
1
Williams Lake__	
4
J. S. Cull 	
C. E. McRae  	
Miss N. E. Dunn
6
Willowf ord	
Willow Point	
H. H. MacKenzie
C. Ewert	
Willow River	
3
Willow vale
C. Pitts   	
Willow Valley	
Wilmer 	
J. S. Cull 	
P. E. Coy -
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
8
1
W inder mer e	
F. E. Coy           	
Winfield 	
G. A. Ootmar....	
1
27
21 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 55
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
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.
Trachoma, 1 ; conjunctivitis, 1; pulmonary, 1
1
	
Good 	
Good	
Clean; adequate.
Adequate.
Cardiac, 1  (well compensated)	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Yes.
Measles; whooping-cough	
Mild epidemic of influenza	
Clean; adequate.
Satisfactory	
Clean.
l
Cataract,    1;    poison-ivy,    1 ;   nasal
obstruction
Fair 	
Clean; adequate.
Satisfactory 	
O.K 	
None.
O.K.
7
Fair	
Satisfactory-	
Good           	
Clean.
Clean; adequate.
Poorly lighted... —
Satisfactory	
Good ; not crowded...
Inadequate.
Clean.
Clean.
Clubfoot, 1      	
Scarlet fever, 6	
Clean; adequate.
—
l
Mumps, 5   	
Old    building;    too
small to keep clean
Satisfactory	
Clean ; poorly
Posture, 2; chronic bronchitis, 1	
built.
Clean; adequate.
Not quite clean.
Posture, 1  	
Measles; German measles 	
Satisfactory.	
Excellent	
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Boys'   closet  not
Satisfactory	
O.K	
clean ;   urine
over seats and
floor.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
1
Scarlet fever; chicken-pox
Good 	
Heating  and  ventilating    might    be
improved
Good            	
Six flush-toilets.
Heart,   3;   anaemia,   5;   orthopaedic
defects, 27; defects improved, 25
Clean ; fairly
satisfactory.
Clean ; adequate.
Tongue-tied, 1; chronic endocarditis,
2
	
Yes.
In flu enza 	
Satisfactory... —
Good   ._	
Building     in     good
condition; good
ventilation ; room
well heated
O.K.            	
Adequate.
Good.
Yes.
Yes.
Adequate.
l
Satisfactory 	
O.K.	
O.K.
O.K.
Fair lighting	
Satisfactory 	
Good          	
Satisfactory -	
Lighting poor	
O.K 	
Good 	
Good            	
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
1
Clean ; adequate.
—
—-
Pertussis, 1 	
Not quite clean.
Yes.
—
Mumps ; German measles	
Mumps ; German measles...	
Clean.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Good;   well   heated
and ventilated
Good             	
Clean ; adequate.
5
l
Whooping-cough,   4;    German
measles, 6; chicken-pox, 3
Not satisfactory.
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory..	
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Posture B, 4    	
Poor repair.
l
—
Mumps; rubella, scarlet fever ;
chicken-pox
Good 	
Fair  .'	
Yes.
Bad.
Poor;  should be
rebuilt.
Mumps; measles...	
Yes.
Untidy
1
Poor 	
Fair.
Measles, 17 	
Good.
Good	
Good 	
Fair.
Cardiac hypertrophy, 1 ; posture, 2	
	
3
—
2
 	
Good —	
Good	
Good 	
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Pulmonary,  1; cardiac, 4; scoliosis,
1; T.B. test, 12
Whooping-cough,    36;    scarlet
fever, 1
Clean. J 56
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
13
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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22
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16
120
22
61
16
118
1
2
3
8
3
2
2
9
2
2
11
s      a
3
5
2
14
9
19
10
12
14
55
16
24
30
T. C. Holmes	
4
A. L. Hunt	
?
10
10
1
1
7
6
4
Wycliffe _
F. W. Green	
18
17
5
3
1
1
72
71
2
10
10
10
8
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Yahk	
J. Olivier	
58
53
4
12
12
12
9
2
Yale                   -
P. S. McCaffrey
17
1
3
5
5
l
Ymir       "   ..
63
63
1
1
7
3
2
11
22
181      8
Yount.	
C. H. Beevor-Potts...
Miss H. Kilpatrick—
45
43
1
4
1
3
2
4
14
2 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1935-36.
J 57
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
X
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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.
Good 	
Good.  ___
O.K	
Adequate.
Good.
0 K.
Cardiac, 2; 1 moderately severe mitral
stenosis with compensation ; 1 moderately enlarged with soft systolic ;
1    pulmonary    right    upper    lobe
shows atelectatic condition as O.T.
test negative, as also sputum
Measles, 1; influenza 	
Smaller building
shows overcrowding and poor ventilation ; Grades 6
and 7 also overcrowded
Good 	
Good	
Fair...     	
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
i
Rubella ; influenza 	
Measles, 39; chicken-pox, 1
Rubella, 1; mumps, 3 ; scarlet
fever, 2
Cardiac, 2  ,	
One room satisfactory ; one room
poorly lighted
Seating and ventilation satisfactory ;
heating very poor
in cold weather
Satisfactory.
SUMMARY OF DEFECTS, 1935-36.
Normal
Schools.
High
Schools.
Junior
High
Schools.
Graded
City
Schools.
Rural     : Rural and
Municipal   Assisted
Schools.      Schools.
Total.
Malnutrition _.
Defective mentality..
Defective vision	
Defective hearing 	
Defective nasal breathing-
Adenoids. 	
Enlarged tonsils..
Defective teeth—.
Enlarged glands..
Goitre 	
Other conditions .
Totals	
No. of pupils enrolled	
No. of pupils examined..
27
5
3
9
11
24
4
12
276
276
297
1
990
62
80
151
956
3,579
489
577
385
7,567
16,985
15,591
5
359
42
23
67
386
1,429
143
187
117
5,911
5,034
4,833
133
1,997
236
614
1,713
6,091
10,520
2,480
1,327
1,111
IhMOdM
750
163
926
115
556
1,071
3,351
5,493
1,733
931
555
791
223
1,871
225
1,263
2,515
5,046
6,752
2,578
2,114
1,154
15,644
24,532
48,535
41,235
19,232
17,783
21,869
21,011
7,580
525
6,170
6S5
2,539
5,526
15,841
27,797
7,427
5,148
3,390
82,628
112,808
100,960
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Ciiaiiles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1937.
725-1136-3311   

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