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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
TWENTY-SIXTH REPORT
OP THE
MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30th, 1937
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C.:
rrlnted by Chables F. Banfielb, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1938. Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., December 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, 1937.
G. M. WEIR,
Provincial Secretary. REPORT ON MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS.
Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., December 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-sixth Report of the Medical Inspection of Schools for the Province of British Columbia.
In a young and growing Province such as British Columbia, isolation of some of the
districts militates against the children all receiving proper special treatment, and in some
cases also the financial condition of the parents precludes the possibility of such recommendations being carried out, but it is safe to say that 90 per cent, of the cases requiring attention
have been looked after and have been benefited.
The majority of the medical men are in accord in saying that the decreasing number of
those receiving treatment on their recommendation is due to the fewer children requiring
treatment. It is also noticeable that when the opinion of teachers who have been a number
of years in the same school has been obtained, all say they note a decided improvement in the
physical condition of the pupils the past year or two as compared with conditions at the time
they went to the school.
It has been found that early recognition of acute trouble by the teacher and report of the
same to the Medical Inspector has enabled us to check epidemics of diseases which are more
peculiarly noticeable in school-children, and it also enables us to keep our schools in operation
even although there are serious epidemics existing; and in this connection I wish to emphasize
the wisdom of keeping children in school rather than closing schools in the presence of communicable diseases in a community. School-contact instances of infection are rare if the
system of medical inspection is at all adequate, and the presence of the children in the classroom each day, where they can be systematically observed for symptoms of approaching illness, offers a far greater degree of safety to the children and protection to other children than
can be attained by allowing them to be in their homes or on the street in indiscriminate contact with other children.
Such control may be exercised by any community, and the school, instead of being the
focus for the dissemination of communicable diseases, may become, because of its very adaptability to control, one of the most valuable methods we have of limiting the spread of communicable diseases in any community.
The success of medical inspection depends upon the interest taken by and the co-operation
between the doctor, the teacher, and the parent. As a medical man, I may take the liberty
of criticizing other medical men in regard to the work done, and I must say that, on the whole,
the medical men have carried out their work in a satisfactory manner; with this exception,
however, that as medical men, of course, they are prone to look upon the pupil as a patient and
to confine their work entirely to the examination of the pupil. There are other factors which
should come under the purview of the doctor; that is, proper heating of the school, lighting,
ventilation, general sanitation of the school, seats, blackboards, exercises of the pupils. These
are all factors which the Medical Inspector must have constantly in mind in order to prevent
as far as possible the acquisition of disease or defects by the children in the grind for an
education. A thorough physical examination is of the utmost importance, and this is a point
to which I should like to call the attention of the members of the Women's Institutes. Objections have been made by the mothers to the examination of the children, particularly growing
girls. I cannot see why there should be any objection to this. The medical man appointed is
well known, examinations would be conducted with the child apart from others, and the
examination made in exactly the same manner as if the doctor had been called into the home
to examine the same child. We have had objections registered against the examination,
insisting that no clothing should be loosened without first obtaining the consent of the parents;
the result of this is that many children are examined only in regard to eyesight, teeth, and
tonsils. The child may have been suffering from a crooked back, deformed leg or arm, weak
heart, or lung-trouble.    This examination need not be made every term, but say twice, as they H 4 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
do in New York. Have such examination made in the first, third, and sixth year of the
school-life. If necessary, the parents could be notified and, if they wished, could be present.
It is the intention of the Department to ask the doctors to make these examinations at regular
intervals, and I am asking through the Women's Institutes the consent of the parents to this
procedure being carried out.
It is essential for the proper working of the Act that all defects should be discovered. If
the children are to be benefited by our efforts, no good can be accomplished by doing the work
in a half-hearted manner. The teacher has a great deal to do with the enforcement of the
Act, and the teacher's opportunity is the greatest in building wisely and well for the future
of the community. They are dealing with the young and plastic minds—minds that yield
readily to new suggestions and ways of doing things. The teacher that is well trained in
hygiene is worth almost twice as much to the community as the teacher who can attend to the
mental needs of her children only, and who is indifferent to the many conditions which bear
directly upon the health of her charges.
Following the above observations, we wish to say that we have been afforded an opportunity this year of taking stock of the work that is being done. It is difficult very often to
get the expression of the people in regard to the work, as they make up their minds that it is
being carried out and they take it for granted; but this year, in connection with the Commission appointed in Ottawa in regard to the Provincial and Dominion relations, questionnaires
were sent out which gave us an opportunity of reaching all our people, and the answers that
we received have certainly been very gratifying.
We asked them to give us their opinion of the work in general and results obtained. This
was only one amongst many questions, but they were answered, and we take great pleasure in
printing the following extracts from different points in the Province. While other places
have not devoted as much time to this phase of our questions, yet in addition to this commendatory condition there has not been a single instance of criticism of the work. Please
read these over carefully and then give consideration to the point as to whether you feel that
you have received a very large percentage of beneficial returns for the comparatively small
expenditure that has been made.
I. " For your information I would advise you that this service was commenced by the
Municipal School Board in April, 1928, as an experiment, endorsation to which was given by
the Board of Trustees on February 2nd, 1929. From that time a School Nurse has been employed continuously. Commencing the first of October of this year, an additional nurse was
engaged, financial assistance being forthcoming from the leading women's organizations and
Service Clubs in the district, in addition to which your own Department allowed a substantial
grant towards the cost of the additional Nurse.
" The importance and appreciation of this work conducted throughout the seventeen
schools and also work in the district has accomplished through the efficient service rendered
by the various Health Nurses employed by the Board from time to time, also through their
efforts to educate the people by means of lectures given to organizations, health exhibits,
health talks in the schools, distribution of suitable health literature, the promotion of T.B.
Clinic, Guidance Clinic, and Dental Clinic, also the Health and Baby Clinic conducted annually
at the Agricultural Fair.
" Anti-goitre tablets have been distributed to the pupils in the schools, in addition to
which pupils have been inoculated as a preventive measure against diphtheria, and just
recently a T.B. test has been conducted throughout the municipal schools under the direction
of Dr. Lamb. One of the most important benefits secured from this service has been the
marked regularity of attendance of the pupils as epidemics and skin-diseases have been
quickly brought under control, and at no time since the inception of the service has there been
any reason for the closing of the schools."
II. " In comparing results with the former arrangement by which a Medical Inspector
gave the pupils a cursory examination once or twice a year, the following appear to be the
main advantages:—
" We have fewer epidemics and what we have are held ih check so that there is much less
loss of school-time. Our schools have not been closed on account of an epidemic since the
nurse began her work (1929).    Prior to that it was a frequent experience.
" There is less absence on account of colds and minor troubles. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37. H 5
" There is a constant oversight of teeth, tonsils, malnutrition, etc., leading in many cases
to correction.
" Mothers are educated in the better care of children.
" We are confident that these results will be cumulative and more and more improvement
shown as the years pass.
" Our main suggestion for improvement would be that greater financial assistance should
be given to enable district municipalities to take more advantage of the present plans by
establishing a complete Health Unit with a doctor and sufficient nurses in charge. At the
present time this is beyond the means of a municipality that depends on taxes from farm
property for the principal part of their income."
III. Re benefits from our present District Nursing System:—
"(A.) In the Schools.— (a.) Since the appointment of a School Nurse there have been
no epidemics of contagious diseases in our municipal schools. An outbreak of diphtheria—
e.g., in 1935—was promptly and effectively controlled through the care of the nurse and was
prevented from spreading.
"(6.) The proportion of underweight children has been materially reduced. Milk is
provided for all the children recommended by the nurse for this treatment, and a general
improvement in health is noticeable.
"(c.) Tonsils and adenoids have been removed in many cases owing to the work of the
nurse in securing the co-operation of the parents or of local societies in aiding the parents to
have urgent cases attended to without delay.
"(d.) All serious cases of eye-defects have been carefully attended to. Here again the
nurse has been able to arrange for many needy cases by securing help for the necessary
optical expenses.
"(e.) A great improvement has been observed in the care of the teeth and serious cases
of dental defects have been attended to, with financial assistance where required.
" (/.) The health talks by the nurse in the schools have made the children health-conscious.
The shield presented each year to the school with the highest aggregate of health marks has
stimulated the pupils' desire to measure up to a higher standard.
"(g.) An improvement has been noted in the average daily attendance in the schools and
we feel sure that retardation for physical reasons has been greatly diminished.
"(B.) For the Community.— (a.) The nurse's visits to the homes of underweight or
physically defective children have in many instances been a great help to the mothers.
"(6.) The nurse's visits to expectant mothers, together with the prenatal literature sent
to them by the Department of Health, have been gratefully received and have proved most
helpful.
" (c.) The literature sent by the Department to mothers of children under school age,
re diet, etc., has also noticeably improved the general care of young children and has been
ably supplemented by periodic visits from the nurse."
IV. " In our opinion it would be more equitable if all School Boards were compelled to
vote enough funds to pay their proportion of the expense of employing a School Nurse.
" We are of the opinion that the majority of the residents of the school districts now
served by us are satisfied that the benefits derived are well worth the cost.
" There is no doctor in the district and some of the great benefits derived are: The fact
that mothers can consult with the nurse and determine whether a slight illness needs the
attention of a doctor or not.
" Frequent inspection of the children in the schools and the exclusion of those suffering
from communicable disease.
" Clinics of various kinds are held."
V. " The Public Health Association has functioned very satisfactorily for a number of
years, and the benefits derived from the nursing service are being felt by the whole community. The nursing service has been particularly beneficial in preventing, to a very great
extent, the spread of infectious diseases, thereby enabling the schools to remain open when it
would otherwise have been necessary to close them. The children are carefully examined all
the year round, and in addition all other public-health work is taken care of."
VI. " In regard to the benefit being derived, the Board is quite delighted with the success
of the work and the improvement in the general health of the children." II 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VII. " Our Board is unanimously agreed that the work of the local nurse in the public
schools of the district has been of a distinct value and benefit. This is particularly true as
there is no active resident doctor in the district."
VIII. (A new district.) " In the fall term the nurse has been giving excellent service,
both in the schools and in the homes. Her work is very much appreciated and I am sure will,
in the future, be regarded as a necessary part of our educational system."
IX. " After consultation with the nurse, the principals and others interested, I beg to
submit the following as, in the main, the opinion of this Board respecting the benefits from
present health policies and their suggestions for improvement.
" Besides the obvious advantages of having a nurse on hand skilled in first aid in case
of accident or sudden illness and in the forestalling of epidemics by early detection of first
cases there are secondary benefits, in part as follows:—
" The nurse checks up on all absentees by visiting the home of any pupil absent more
than one day and thus makes contact with parents.
" This friendly contact tends to encourage co-operation between the parents and teachers
and must be of advantage to the children.
" The presence of the nurse prevents or checks malingering on the part of pupils who
often pretend illness in order to be allowed to go home. The nurse can detect such cases
better than the teachers.
" This is of particular use when a pupil claims excuse from physical drill.
" The Board is entirely in favour of the nursing service and respectfully suggests that
improvements can be made by advancement rather than by change. Thus when, in the case
of domestic economy, an immediate improvement was shown when a supervisor was appointed
and a regular study course mapped out, interest and success followed, so this Board believes
that a supervising nurse should oversee the work of city nurses and lay out for them a
regular course of instruction for both teachers and pupils."
X. " In the opinion of our Board of Trustees, also the parents of school-children, the
benefits obtained through this service are very valuable, especially as our school population
is always changing, due to the bad conditions on the Prairies and the easy means of transportation these days."
XL " It is the general opinion of the Board of School Trustees that considerable benefit
is derived from the health-work carried out in the schools, and as far as this district is concerned there are few improvements to suggest, now that the examinations of children by the
Medical Health Officer are more thorough, if less frequent than before."
XII. " We are quite satisfied that the work of a nurse is a great benefit to the pupils
in our schools, and well worth the money spent in our school district.
" We have no suggestions to make re improvements on our present system."
XIII. " The Board wishes me to state that it is very satisfied with the work as carried
on in the schools, and that in the new schools recently completed two nurses' rooms have been
provided and furnished, one at the elementary school and one at the new senior and junior
high school."
XIV. " Our health situation is now being looked after better than it ever was before."
XV. " The above-mentioned staff carry out a very efficient programme and render excellent preventive service, which is provided without cost to the pupils. The Board has no
definite suggestions to offer in the way of a change in so far as our service is concerned and
wishes to point out that the services provided in our district have been wonderfully improved
in the past ten years. The Board is always willing and anxious to assist in this branch of
work, with a view, when opportunities offer, to make same more efficient and more widespread
wherever possible."
XVI. " It is rather difficult to express in words or in figures the direct benefits derived
from the services of a School Nurse, as an analysis of the matter shows considerable interlocking of functions. However, some of the following observations may be of interest and
benefit to you:—
" To put it in a few words, the benefit obtained is one of value to the community in
general and to the school in particular. Naturally, the betterment of health conditions in the
school is reflected in the general well-being of the community. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37. H 7
" It is rather interesting to note the effect of the work of the nurse on the attendance of
the pupils at school. An analysis of the percentage of weekly attendance at the schools
before the employment of a School Nurse and after brings out the following interesting
facts:—
"(a.) School attendance has been more sustained. Previous to 1930 when the first School
Nurse was appointed in this city the school attendance normally showed a gradual decline,
aside from season fluctuations, until the Christmas vacation. Since that time, however, the
figures show that the high level of September has usually been maintained, and in some cases
increased, during the fall months.
"(6.)   Epidemics of contagious diseases have been less frequent and of shorter duration.
"(c.) In September, 1934, a suitable School Nurse to fill the vacant position was not
obtained until the latter part of the month and an epidemic of scarlet fever was not checked
at the outset. As a reSult the attendance for the latter part of September and for October
was the poorest that it has been since 1930.
" Previous to 1930 it was the duty of the teachers to examine the pupils, and the lack of
proper knowledge and experience in matters of germ diseases led to frequent and widespread
epidemics. The teacher could not be expected to give the children the proper check-over that
the nurse is able to give, and I am certain that many ' carriers ' existed who would have been
excluded by a person with more medical knowledge.
" From the standpoint of the teacher and of the Board, sustained attendance means more
efficiency. In addition, the teacher is now at liberty to spend more of his or her time in actual
teaching than under the former conditions.
" Undoubtedly the employment of a School Nurse represents a saving to the parents.
Her frequent visits to the home of the ailing pupil or student and her valuable and practical
advice often obviates the necessity of calling in a doctor.
" Under the arrangement previous to 1930, the pupil or student received a medical
examination once every year—and usually a very superficial examination at that. At the
present time every child is examined once during his or her school-life by a doctor, but also
he or she receives an almost daily check-up by the School Nurse. The advantages of this
daily check-up in contrast to the yearly examination are readily apparent.
" In addition, the School Nurse is able to work in co-operation with the medical authorities
in seeing that pupils or students are excluded and confined when affected by contagious
diseases.    This was not always possible in the past."
XVII. " As to the benefits to be derived from the school-health work, the lessening of
communicable disease by prompt supervision and action and the recognition and control of
minor skin diseases are two of the more important. Also the regular yearly school examination by doctor and nurse leads to many cases of poor eyesight or bad teeth or tonsils receiving
earlier attention than would otherwise be the case. Minor treatments to date this year have
been 348. Immunization clinics in the school are also arranged by the nurse, and considerable
work has been done in that direction this year. She also arranges for the giving of iodine
tablets for goitre, and the serving of soup during the winter months to those children who
bring lunches to school.
" No doubt more time could be spent in the schools (257% hours is the amount to date
and 332 home-school visits) and more frequent class-room inspections and class-room talks
given, but in a district growing so rapidly, and where there is so much prenatal and infant-
welfare work to be done, it is felt that already as much time as possible is being devoted to
this service."
XVIII. " The health-work as carried out in the schools is beneficial, in that it checks the
spread of infection, inspection of teeth with a view of having any defects corrected, and takes
care of underweight and undernourished children by having them drink milk during the
morning recess period. Other physical defects are also noted by the nurse and such defects
corrected as far as possible. In addition to this work, prenatal and postnatal clinics are
established, which prove beneficial to mother and child alike."
The preceding eighteen sections are verbatim accounts of the work in different districts,
and indicate, first, the fact that the public are entirely satisfied with these results which
will bring about, of course, a further extension of the work. H 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
We are laying foundations for modern, up-to-date health-work, applicable to the citizens
at large. It is bringing about both in the community at large, and particularly in the schools
and homes, the understanding that will continue to insist not only upon extension, but that
the standard of the work shall be as it is without any recession, with a continued obligation
of improvement and extension.
The different departments under our plans have not been referred to particularly, but I
would refer in one way to the dental work, which is being continued with most satisfactory
results. We have treated over 8,000 children and have tried to drive home to the parents
that now that we have cleaned up all the back work and defects, that it is their duty to take
their children to the dentist for regular examinations at least once a year, and better, once
every six months. You can have a very small beginning defect treated for almost nothing,
but if you let them run on from year to year it not only costs a great deal of money, but loss
of teeth, loss of health, and loss of progress in the schools.
Details of the examination of each school follow.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. E. YOUNG, M.D.,
Provincial Health Officer. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 9
SCHOOLS INSPECTED.
Medical Inspectors 	
Reports from Medical Inspectors
157
157
High Schools.
1935-36, 100:  Reported, 82;  not reported, 18.
1936-37,   99:   Reported, 89;   not reported, 10.
1935-36, 15,591.
1936-37, 16,844.    Increase—1,253.
Junior High Schools.
1935-36, 11:   Reported, 11.
1936-37, 17:   Reported, 17.
1935-36, 5,064.
1936-37, 5,186.    Increase—122.
Graded City Schools.
1935-36,117:   Reported, 88;   not reported, 29.
1936-37,118:  Reported, 118.
1935-36, 41,235.
1936-37, 38,466.    Decrease—2,769.
Rural Municipal Schools.
1935-36,172:  Reported, 169;  not reported, 3.
1936-37, 170:   Reported, 169;  not reported, 1.
1935-36, 17,783.
1936-37, 17,956.    Increase—173.
Rural and Assisted Schools.
1935-36, 788, at a cost of $14,110.10.
1936-37, 726, at a cost of $14,360.60.
1935-36, 53.
1936-37, 57.
1935-36, 21,011.
1936-37, 21,114.    Increase—103.
1935-36, 67 cents.
1936-37, 68 cents.
Per cent, of defects:   1935-36, 116.75.
1936-37, 112.31.    Decrease—4.44 per cent.
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Not inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Cost per pupil:   H 12
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A. A. King 	
Miss R. Mahon	
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W. J. Knox	
G. E. Wride	
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Mrs. B. Thomson	
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SCHOOLS.
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Measles, 31 ; scarlet fever, 2..    .
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removed, 1 ; never vaccinated, 18
SCHOOLS.
Nephritis,  1; anzemia,  1; pyorrhoea,
1 ; conjunctivitis,  1
Otitis media, 1 ; loose semilunar car-
tilege, 1
Clean; adequate.
Dry; clean.
to heat
Clean ;   spacious;
warm
Good.	
Not   overcrowded ;
well   heated   and
ventilated
Good	
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Clean.
Good.
Dry type; clean.
O.K.
Clean.
Adequate,   but
no sewage.
Clean; adequate.
Measles,   20 ;  scarlet  fever,   2;
whooping-cough,  9 ;  mumps,
8 ; chicken-pox, 2
Good	
Good __ 	
Good	
Fairly   good;   lighting  needs   improvements
Not   crowded;   well
ventilated ; warm
Not crowded ; good
ventilation
"i
Speech defects,  1; very nervous, 2;
cardiac,    1;    pulmonary,    1;    discharging ears, 1
Prepatellar    bursitis,    1 ;    arthritis,
right hip, 1
5
Scarlet  fever,   4;  chicken-pox,
6 ; mumps, 1 ; measles, 9
Scarlet     fever;     chicken-pox;
measles
Cardiac,   2;   adiposity,   probably   of
glandular origin,  1
Measles ; influenza ; whooping-
cough
Good. 	
Building   erected
1912 ;   ventilation,
opening   windows
only;    heated   by
stoves in rooms
O.K.....     	
Closets clean.
O.K.
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Clean ;  adequate.
Satisfactory.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Clean; adequate ;
modern.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Chicken-pox, 1  	
Rubella, 2; measles, 7 	
Scarlet fever, 1 	
Adequate   room ;
well   heated   and
ventilated
Good ;  not crowded ;
well ventilated
and heated ;  clean
small
Good condition	
Good  	
Good-     _	
Excellent. 	
Good  - 	
Building in  fine repair : grounds dry
and well kent,
with beautiful
lawns;  heating
system, hot water,
adeonate ; good
ventilation
Good 	
Not crowded ;  well
ventilated and
heated
Measles ; scarlet fever	
Nervous   case,   1 ;   possibility   due   to
infantile paralysis  in early life
	
Measles, 1 ;   mumps, 1—	
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Measles	
Measles ,	
Scarlet fever, 8 	
Epilepsy,  1 ;   squint,  1;   eczema,  1 ;
acne, 1
Cardiac, 2 ;   nervous, 3 ___ 	
Measles ; mumps    _ _
Mumns ____	
Measles, 2 :  Chicken-pox. 1	
Influenza, 27 ; measles, 17	
Mumps; measles.	
Scarlet fever, 2	
Good  .....
Crowded 	
Good 	
Good   _   ..
Ventilation poor
Good 	
Good 	
Good.
Poor.
Good.
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Good.
1
1
1
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T
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Valvular   disease   of   heart,   1 ;    flat
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Duke of Connaught
North Bend                  .    .
D. A. Clark  ..
J. P. Ellis-	
8
1
Oak Bay-	
J. A. Stewart	
R. A. Gilchrist	
M. J. Ball	
Miss B. Bradshaw
Miss L. V. Crafter....
4
13
Oyster, North	
D. P. Hanington
W. Buchanan	
Miss E. G. Allen
3
1
23
4
23
14
7
13
2
14
5
22
1
2
1
3
2
3
5
2
1
1
7
83
1
5
2
1
12
1
1
1
3
5
1
8
9
35
1
3
7
7
12
33
8
1
3
C. T. Hilton 	
1
Port Moody  ,.
Powell River:
5
Prince George:
Baron Byng_ —
C. Ewert     	
D. McCaffrey 	
G. D. Oliver	
 5
1
2
5
2
5
J. H. Hamilton	
Miss L. Creelman
Miss M. Upshall
1
A. R. Boyd	
E. E. Topliff	
Saanich:
Mount Newton  _
Mount View	
D. Bsrman. —	
D. Berman	
H. G. Burden	
S. E. and A. Beech—
Miss B. Jenkins	
Miss B. Jenkins	
2
8
Slocan City
1
~~2
2
1
10
34
65
35
82
131
19
5
18
37
5
77
19
4
1
—
6
2
19
12
15
4
88
19
23
10
12
10
37
13
10
22
6
8
28
13
8
28
~10
1
18
2
1
4
5
1
1
28
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Squamish
N. J. Paul	
J. M. McDiarmid
F. W. Andrew	
F. D. Sinclair _.
R. B. Brummitt- ~ .
S. Mills 	
Miss J. M. Arnould ..
Miss A. Trayler	
12
2
6
8
1
1
1
1
4
6
3
3
4
1
5
1
1
13
Summer land
2
2
2
1
.
4
1
7
1
3
2
2
3
1
10
2
1
2
2
_
2
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13
35
Telkwa 	
J. L. Gayton —_	
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H. White 	
H. White 	
G. A. Lamont.	
G. A. Lamont	
H. White...	
H. White.. 	
H. White 	
H. White 	
H. White   	
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Britannia —__ 	
Fairview High School
of Commerce
Grandview High
School of Commerce
Miss I. Smith 	
Miss G. Cowan 	
Miss I. Smith	
Miss E. Edwards
Miss M. Henderson _
Miss M. L. Dobbin....
Miss M. Ewert	
Miss N. Grimmett...
Miss L. Drysdale.
Miss E. Graham	
Miss I. Smith  —
Miss N. Armstrong...
Miss M. Hardy	
Mrs. S. Martin	
Miss I. E. Adams
2
4
6
«7
King Edward 	
King George 	
5
2
3
Lord Byng	
Magee__	
Prince of Wales.	
Technical    	
Vancouver, North 	
Vancouver, West	
1
A. R. Boyd    ...
G. A. Lamont	
W. G. Saunders _	
A. C. Nash   -.
0. Morris 	
J. L. M. Anderson....
4
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H 15
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.
Rapid pulse, 79; nervous, 24; bitten
nails,  53; weak arches, 77; acne,
16.  speech impediment,  2; defective   hip-joint,   1;    fractures,   11;
appendectomy, 2 ; sinus trouble, 6 ;
tonsillectomy, 3 ; sprains, 8 ; underweight, 70
	
1
—
—
Scarlet fever, 4;   influenza, 125 ;
pneumonia or bronchitis, 3 ;
pleurisy,  1; chicken-pox,  4;
measles,     7;     pink-eye,     3;
mumps, 1; tonsillitis, 25
Morbilli;  rubella  	
Clean.
Good	
Clean; adequate.
3
Good        .
Good	
Good.
lungs, 2; orthopaedic, 2
Yes.
Scarlet fever,  1; measles, 50 ;
mumps, 3
Adequate  	
O.K.
Systolic   murmurs,   2;   kyphosis,   1;
adiposa dystrophia genitalia, 1
Scarlet fever; measles ; chicken-pox ;     German    measles;
mumps
1 case T.B. examined by X-ray (positive)
1
Satisfactory. .,.   _
Good  	
Excellent 	
Good	
Good	
Excellent  	
New building ready
for occupation  in
September
Good -_. 	
Mumps ; whooping-cough	
Mumps, 2; Measles, 50	
Mumps; whooping-cough	
Influenza   	
Rubella. 50 - _.__	
Chicken-pox — .,'
Good.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Orthopaedic, 1. blepharitis, 1     .	
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
l
—
No 	
Yes.
bronchitis, 2
pendix,  1
Heart,   10;   lungs,   8;   appendix,   8;
bronchitis, 4
Wax   in   ears,   7;  cardiac,   2;   synovitis, 2 ; headaches,  12
Cardiac,    2;   acne,   7;   nervous,   1;
orthopaedic,   1
Measles, 24; chicken-pox, 9
Measles ;   scarlet   fever ;   pinkeye
Good.......    _	
Good  	
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Good __-__ 	
Good	
Measles,  15— —  	
Good  _ 	
cardiac, 2
Epilepsy,    1 ;   loss   of   weight,    19;
endocarditis, 3 ; heart, 1 ; asthma, 1
well   ventilated ;
hot-air heating
Satisfactory	
Good
clean.
Clean.
Yes.
Influenza,  75  ____	
Good.. -
Clean.
pyorrhoea, 10 ; blepharitis, 3 ; anaemia, 2
1
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Orthopaedic,   15 ;  dermatitis,   6 ; pallor,  1
Measles,   20;  scarlet fever,   1;
chicken-pox, 1 ; mumps, 2
Good _ —
Good
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Measles, 1 	
Chicken-pox,    3;    mumps,    6;
measles.  63
paralysis of arm, 1 ; pneumonia, 1
quate.
arches, 1
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D. P. Hanington	
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Athalmer-Invermere-
Dawson Creek	
D un can	
Fernie..
Kamloops-
Kaslo	
Kelowna..
Nelson-
New Westminster:
John Robson	
Lord Lister-
Sir Richard McBride..
Ocean Falls	
Penticton	
Vancouver:
Kitsilano.-
Point Grey..
Templeton	
Vancouver, West..
T. E. Coy	
J.M. Hershey	
M. G. Archibald-
D. J. Barclay	
W. J. Knox	
F. M. Auld
D.
A.
Clark...	
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A.
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Clark
R.
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H. McGregor..
H. White	
H. White-
H. White	
A. C. Nash.
Miss R. Mahon	
Miss H. Kilpatrick-
Miss W. Seymour-
Miss O. M. Garrood..
Miss D. MacKenzie..
Miss K. Gordon..
Miss A. Stark..
Miss A. Stark..
Miss A. Stark.
Miss M. A. Twiddy.
Miss M. Ewert	
Miss G. Homfray .
Miss V. B. Stevens .
Miss M. Hardy	
16
35
178
207
204
29
312
326
270
255
127
64
312
1502
1327
1623
286
16
35
178
207
198
29
270
255
127
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999
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14
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2
11
27
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157
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58
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56
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19
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43
5
24
39
22
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9
37
28
16
8
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59
22
147
17
66
167
49
73
73
23
21
21
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GRADED CITY
R
203
201
16
3
3
12
Armstrong —	
Miss P
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493
486
44
5
52
8
135
260
272
112
123
Chilliwack:
R
Miss C.
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465
465
84
7
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4
26
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150
244
32
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Cranbrook:
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11
40
108
62
182
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4 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 17
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.
Good
Good.
Good 	
Good.
SCHOOLS.
Acute conjunctivitis, 1..
Nerves, 1 ;   cardiac, 4..
Defective posture, 19 ; septic throats,
35 ; gastro-enteritis, 25
Osteomyelitis, 1
Chronic bronchitis, 9 ; cardiac, 8„
Rickets, 4; aneemia, 6 ; systolic murmur, 3 ; asthma, 1 ; acute rheumatic fever, 1 ; pneumonia, 1; curvature of spine, 1
Heart, 11 ; lump, 1  _	
Orthopaedic, 9
Nervous, 1 ;   anaemia, 7	
Systolic murmur, 3; basal mumur.
1 ; acne, 1; asthma, 1 ; undescended
testicle, 1 ; diabetic, 1 ; epilepsy, 1 :
pigeon-chest, 1; shortening of
right leg,  1
Orthopaedic, 11; rheumatism, 1 ; cardiac, 1; acne, 8
Cardiac, 5 ; vaccinations, 307 	
Cardiac,   1 ;  pulmonary,  1;  vaccinations, 747
Cardiac,   3;   pulmonary,   1;   vaccinations,  563
Nerves, 1 ;   asthma, 2— _
Chicken-pox,   6;  scarlet  fever,
1 ; measles, 3
Chicken-pox, 2 ;  scarlet fever, 1
Influenza,   127;  whooping-
cough, 39
Rubella ; varicella ; morbilli..
Measles..
Mumps, 26 ; measles, 27; chicken-pox, 2 ; rubella, 1; whooping-cough, 2
Mumps, 26; measles, 18 ; chicken-pox, 3 ; scarlet fever, 6 ;
whooping-cough, 5
Mumps, 58; measles, 14 ; chicken-pox,  4 ; scarlet fever,  3
Measles, 11 ; mumps, 2 ; chicken-pox, 2
Good..
O.K._.
Good ; not crowded ;
well   ventilated
and heated; clean
Good  	
Building in  fine repair ; grounds dry
and  well kept;
beautiful   lawns ;
heating   system,
hot water,  adequate ;  good  ventilation ;  four
rooms to be added
to relieve crowding
Excellent. 	
Good .
Good-
Good-
Class-rooms crowded
Good-
Good.
O.K.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Yes.
Clean; adequate;
modern.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
SCHOOLS.
Cardiac,   2 ;  coxa  vara,   1;  shrunken
Measles ; chicken-pox ; German
Not   crowded;   well
Plenty;   closets
arm,  1   (not complete paralysis)
measles
heated and ventilated ; large clean
pi ay-rooms
clean and adequate.
Nephritis,   2;   strabismus,   5;   pyor
2
4
2
Scarlet    fever,    4;    whooping-
One room over
Clean ; adequate.
rhoea,   2;  epilepsy,   2 ;  blepheritis,
cough,   15 ;   chicken-pox,   4 ;
crowded
9 ; deformity of foot, 1; deformity
measles,    1 ;    conjunctivitis,
of leg, 2; deformity of shoulder, 1 ;
38 ; rheumatic fever, 1 ; pneu
deformity of arm, 1 ; neurosis, 2
monia,  3 ; chorea,  1
Speech-defects,  7 ; cardiac,  1; pneu
17
10
4
Chicken-pox, 38; measles, 125;
Good 	
Good.
monia,   1 ;   mastoid,   2;   appendix,
whooping-cough,    1;   scarlet
2; asthma,   1 ; eczema,   1; kidney
fever, 3 ; infantile paralysis,
condition, 1; discharging ears, 17;
1
spina bifida,  1; posture, 5
Nervous temp.,  1  	
Chicken-pox ;   measles ;   scarlet
fever
Not   crowded;   ventilation    by   windows
Good  _
Good	
O.K.
Nervous,  3; cardiac,  2; pulmonary,
4;   skin,   18;   nasal   catarrh,   11 ;
speech,   3;   anaemia,   28;   wax   in
ears, 46
* H 18
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GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Duncan Consolidated
York Road..
Enderby:
Fortune .
Fernie..	
Grand Forks..
Greenwood. _	
Kamloops:
Lloyd George..
Stuart Wood.
Kaslo	
Kelowna..
Ladysmith..
Merritt.
Nanaimo:
Middle Ward..
North Ward.
South Ward .
Thomas Hodgson-
Nelson :
Central.
New Westminster:
F. W. Howay	
Herbert Spencer-
Lord Kelvin ._
Queensboro	
Richard McBride..
Port Alberni.. —
Port Coquitlam:
Central	
James Park-
Port Moody	
H. P. Swan	
H. P. Swan	
G. B. Helern —
W. Truax	
W. H. Wood	
M. G. Archibald
M. G. Archibald
D. J. Barclay —
W. J. Knox	
D. P. Hanington
G. H. Tutill	
W. F. Drysdale ..
W. F. Drysdale ..
W. F. Drysdale ..
W. F. Drysdale ..
F. M. Auld _
F. M. Auld ..
D. A. Clark..
D. A. Clark-
D. A. Clark..
D. A. Clark.
D. A. Clark.
C. T. Hilton .
L. S. Chipperfield.
L. S. Chipperfield.
C. R. Symmes 	
Miss H. Kilpatrick .
Miss F. Barbaree —
Miss W. Seymour.—
Miss O. M. Garrood
Miss O. M. Garrood
Miss D. McKenzie _
Miss E. G. Allen
Miss M. Morris .
Miss M. Morris
Miss M. Morris
Miss M. Morris
Miss K. Gordon
Miss K. Gordon
Miss A. Stark-
Miss A. Stark....
Miss A. Stark-
Miss A. Stark ..
Miss A. Stark...
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3591  359
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* For dental defects see special report sent to the local School Board by school dentist. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 19
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Condition of
Other Conditions, specify
fl
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ture, 62 ; orthopaedic, 11
pox, 48; measles, 9; scarlet
fever,   5
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O.K.
paedic,  1; eczema,   1; otitis media,
3
Adequate 	
O.K.
Nervous,  2 ;  cardiac,  1 ; pulmonary,
1
3
Chicken-pox,   50;   measles,   1 ;
Good ; not crowded ;
Clean; adequate.
1 ;   cripple,   1
scarlet fever,   1 ;  pinkeye,   3
well   ventilated
and heated ; clean
2
condition
adequate.
Yes.
Cardiac,    2;   defective   posture,    36;
conjunctivitis, 76 ; infantile paral
5
10
5
5
Yes.
ysis, 1
Cardiac,   2;   flat   feet,   7;   defective
4
5
Mumps, 15   -	
Yes.
posture,  47
Nervous, 2 ; heart, 1  __    	
Good	
Yes.
Chorea,  14; pulmonary test 100, of
3
12
9
1
Measles,   28 ;   chicken-pox,  47;
Buildings in fine re
Clean ; ade
which   18   positive   and   under   X-
1
otitis    media,    7;    influenza.
pair ; grounds dry
quate ;
ray;  1  pulmonary  infected
over 100 cases ; mumps, about
100; infected throats
and     well     kept,
with    beautiful
lawns ;    heating
system, hot water,
adequate;     good
ventilation
modern.
Scarlet fever,   33;   measles,   77
Cardiac,  6; bronchitis,  2 	
.1    5
8
Influenza, 75 ; measles, 80
Good - -	
Yes.
Underweight,  12 ; fractures,  2   (arm
1
1
1
Measles,  53 ; pinkeye, 2 	
Poorly  heated,   ven
Clean; adequate.
and collar-bone) ; sprains, 1 ; heart
tilated, and lighted
condition, 1 ; bronchitis, 1 ; epilep
tic,  1; sinus-trouble,   1 ; otitis me
dia, 4 ; tonsillectomy, 7 ; appendec
1
tomy,  1 ; tonsillitis, 14
!
Underweight,  28; Fractures,  2   (leg
2!    1
1
Pinkeye,  18; scarlet fever,  2;
Poorly   ventilated.
Clean; adequate.
and arm) ; tonsillectomy, 7; sinus-
I
measles, 24 ; influenza, 44
heated and lighted
trouble,  1 ; bronchitis. 2; asthma.
1
1 ; eczema, 1; tonsillitis,  16
1
Underweight,   11 ;   fractures    (small
11 -
1
Measles,  29 ; pinkeye,  1 ; influ
Poorly   heated   and
Clean ; adequate.
bone    in    elbow),    1 ;    strains,    1
1         1
enza,   18
ventilated
(ankle) ; sinus-trouble.  1 :  St.  Vi-
1         1
tus's   dance,   1 ;   tonsillectomy,   6;
!       1
tonsillitis,   3 ;   bronchitis,   3 ;   otitis
' 1       1
media,   5 ;   asthma,   1 ;   eczema,   1
1       l
Fractures    (toe.   collar-bon°.   finger,
21      21    3
1
Pinkeye,   5 ;   scarlet   fever,   3;
Poorly   lighted ;
Clean ; adequate.
arm  and  wrist),  5;  tonsillectomv.
1        !
mumps,   2 ;  measles,   12 ;  in
heating fair;
13 ;   appendectomy,  3 ;  sprains,   4 :
I        1
fluenza, 96
fairly crowded
heart conditions, 2 ; bronchitis. 5 :
1        1
asthma,   1 ;   underweight,   45 ;  ton
1        !
sillitis,   24
Systolic murmur, 3 ;   rickets, 2 ; acute
rheumatic fever,  1; muscular dys-
...   1       11     3
5
1          I
tronhy.   1 ; anaemia.  3
.... 1       2!  ...
1
svstolic murmur, 1 ; scoliosis, 1
1
Orthopaedic, 3 ; cardiac, 6; nervous,
1 ; anaemia,  7 ; underweight,  58
31      61    8
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Orthopaedic,  6;  cardiac,  1 ; nervous,
4 ; pulmonary, 1 ; underweight, 49 ;
. - 1      8i    3
y,
1        !
anaemia,  3
1        1
Orthopaedic.  9; cardiac,  2 ; nervous,
7
31    5
a
Scarlet fever, 12 ; measles, 331
Good —_	
Good.
3;  anaemia.   9;  underweight,   79
1
Orthopaedic,  2 ; cardiac,  1 ; anaemia,
31    5
2
Good.-. —	
3ood.
3 : underweight, 25
1
Orthonaedic.  4 ;  cardiac. 2 ; nervous,
4l 12
6
Mumps, 4 ; chicken-pox, 5	
Good.— 	
3ood.
1 : anaemia, 5 ; underweight, 55
1
Petit mal,  1 ; squint, 1 ; anaemia,  2
....... | ...
1
Mumps; whooping-cough	
Some  rooms  rather
too full; well ventilated and heated
Yes.
31...
1
Measles ; mumps ; scarlet fever ;
chicken-pox
Good 	
1     .
Measles ; scarlet fever ; mumps ;
chicken-pox
Good	
jood.
|         |
Defective speech, 3; orthopaedic 3	
|       2!    2
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1          1
2
Whooping-cough,    7;   measles,
47;   chicken-pox,   3;   scarlet
fever,  1 ; mumps,  2
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Clean ; adequate. H 20
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C. Ewert..—	
Mrs. G. Bond..— 	
27
293
214
272
477
160
67
61
899
348
63
397
495
469
266
390
373
726
295
524
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80
20
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188
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108
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41
42
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44
40
43
17
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49
30
53
57
19
19
27
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83
38
36
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120
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257
28
1
16
154
76
3
118
78
62
17
79
46
121
80
112
92
66
76
187
35
34
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104
43
50
133
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2
38
59
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4
8
8
3
1
5
13
2
133
8
1
16
King George. ■	
Revelstoke:
Mrs. G. Bond	
Miss L. Creelman
Miss L. Creelman
3
2
14
Selkirk         —
1
6
6
8
1
6
2
4
3
8
2
1
1
1
5
1
Rossland:
H. R. Christie.	
S. E. and A. Beech—
2
12
6
2
1
5
6
Trail-Tadanac:
3
53
17
40
46
27
13
16
53
97
52
49
45
20
62
47
24
32
25
19
10
39
11
17
7
4
1
2
39
3
2
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
86
11
2
2
2
11
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Vancouver:
Aberdeen	
S. Murray 	
Miss M. Granger   	
Miss H. Tipping ...
Miss N. Cunningham
Miss M. Boyd	
Miss R. Cheeseman....
Miss E. Bell -
9
K. F. Brandon	
•>
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
3
2
6
1
12
1
9
2
2
5
1
3
A
8
J. S. Cull-	
Miss A. Croll.	
K. F. Brandon	
Miss M. P. Campbell
3
J. S. Cull 	
10
David Livingstone	
David Lloyd George   ...
J. S. Cull
fi
Miss L. Drysdale
Miss M. L. Dobbin —
Miss J. Wilson	
Miss M. Henderson-
Miss L. Makepeace-
4
8
J. S. Cull	
3
Annex
J. S. Cull	
	
6
a
3
7
18
3
?,
Florence Nightingale-
K. F. Brandon.. ...
1
K. F. Brandon	
Mrs. M. D. Schultz—
10
Miss H. DobsonT —
Mrs. M. D. Schultz...
4
Henry Hudson	
K. F Brandon
3 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 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.
Orthopaedic,   1 ; cardiac,  4 ; blepharitis, 2
Hodgkin's disease, 1; anaemia, 2
chronic nephritis, 1 ; orthopaedic
3 ; anaemia, 2
Cardiac,  1; nervous,  1	
Strabismus, 1; eczema, 1	
Posture,  11; dermatitis, 7 ; anaemia
7 ; cardiac, 6; acne, 4; bronchitis
6 ; strabismus,  4
Cardiac,  1;  anaemia,   1 ;  pulmonary
2;   skin,   2;   nystagmus,   1;   T.B.
kidney, 1
Toxoid, 34 ; vaccinations, 193
Cardiac,    5;   pulmonary,   2;   toxoid
17 ; vaccinations, 137
Cardiac,   2;   pulmonary,   2;   toxoid
35; vaccinations, 197
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 16; vaccinations
42
Cardiac, 3 ; toxoid, 25 ; vaccinations
59
Toxoid, 42 ; vaccinations, 73
Cardiac,    4;    toxoid,    51;    vaccina
tions, 215
Pulmonary,   1;   toxoid,   31 ;   vaccina
tions, 207
Cardiac,   4;   pulmonary,   4;   toxoid,
25 ; vaccinations, 227
Cardiac,    3 ;   pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid,
30 ; vaccinations, 152
Toxoid, 27; vaccinations, 109
Cardiac,   1 ;  toxoid,   40;  pulmonary,
1 ;  vaccinations,  224
Cardiac,    5;   pulmonary,    1 ;   toxoid,
26; vaccinations, 284
Cardiac,    1 ;    toxoid,    17;    vaccinations,   90
Toxoid, 24 ; vaccinations, 130	
Toxoid, 29 ; vaccinations, 64	
Cardiac, 5 ; pulmonary, 1 ; toxoid,
17 ; vaccinations, 151
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 9; vaccinations,  105
Cardiac, 3 ; toxoid, 29; pulmonary,
3 ; vaccinations, 261
Cardiac,    4;    toxoid,    28;    vaccina'
tions,   248
Cardiac,    4;    toxoid,
tions,  301
35;
Chicken-pox ;   measles ;   scarlet
fever;   influenza
Chicken-pox;   measles ;   scarlet
fever; influenza
Influenza ; mumps..
Influenza ; mumps-
Good-
Good-
Good..
Good-
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Yes.
No-
Measles ; scarlet fever ; pinkeye
Whooping-cough,   19 ;   measles,
29
Influenza, 600
Good-
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Chicken-pox, 136 ; measles, 8;
German measles, 5; scarlet
fever,  6
Good	
Good except for poor
lighting in some
rooms
Good	
Mumps,   16;   scarlet  fever,   3;
measles, 108 ; whooping-
cough, 2
Mumps, 9 ; measles, 32 ; scarlet
fever, 4 ; whooping-cough, 1
chicken-pox, 2 ; rubella, 1
Mumps,    25 ;    chicken-pox,    2
measles,   75
Mumps,    4;    chicken-pox,    6
measles, 35
Mumps, 95 measles, 57; scarlet
fever, 3 ; whooping-cough, 1 ;
chicken-pox, 7; rubella, 3
Mumps, 4; measles, 73 ; scarlet
fever, 2 ; whooping-cough, 1;
chicken-pox,  11
Measles, 102 ; chicken-pox, 37 ;
scarlet  fever,  4
Measles,    43;   chicken-pox,   6;
mumps,   6 ;  scarlet  fever,   5
Measles,   86;   chicken-pox,   7;
mumps,  4 ; scarlet fever,  2 ;
whooping-cough,  2
Mumps, 5 ; measles, 77 ; scarlet
fever
Measles,    95;    chicken-pox,    9
mumps, 1 ; scarlet fever, 2
Measles,   145;   chicken-pox,   4
mumps,   5 ;  scarlet fever,   9
whooping-cough,   1
Mumps,   55;   scarlet  fever,   1
measles,      137;      whooping-
cough,  1
chicken-pox, 1 ;
scarlet fever, 1
chicken-pox,   18
Good-
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Cean; adequate.
Measles,
mumps,   10
Measles,  113 ;
mumps, 43
Measles,   54;   chicken-pox,   4
mumps,   14 ; scarlet fever,  3
Measles, 111; chicken-pox, 27
mumps,  8 ; scarlet fever,  10
Measles,   41 ;   chicken-pox,   24
mumps, 68 ; whooping-cough
1 ; rubella,  1
Measles,   167;   chicken-pox,   2
mumps, 20; scarlet fever, 8
rubella,  3
Measles,   52;   chicken-pox,   8
mumps,   142;   scarlet   fever.
13 ;    rubella,    1 ;    whooping'
cough, 2
Measles, 140; scarlet fever, 10
mumps, IS ; whooping-cough
4; rubella, 2 H 22
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Kerrisdale ,
A. R."Boyd	
Miss N. Grimmett
642
648
24
16
......„
4
1
40
53
10
18
Langara  —
S. Murray	
Miss G. Jeeves 	
401
267
12
4
15
80
5
4
Laura Secord...	
G. A. Lamont	
Miss M. Boyd.	
610
475
37
11
2
1
2
29
62
1
2
603
639
563
614
31
8
34
90
2
Lord Nelson	
664
840
16
32
2
6
2
3
1
35
39
106
161
14
4
4
2
Lord Selkirk	
739
739
100
17
3
62
78
120
10
J. S. Cull 	
Miss E. Bell.     	
576
474
52
3
7
32
113
1
438
371
35
10
3
17
54
1
Mackenzie	
G. A. Lamont	
Miss L. Makepeace _
660
354
64
8
4
32
1
101
65
5
A. R. Boyd	
610
559
47
11
3
4
44
36
4
1
Moberly and Annex
J. S. Cull	
Miss J. Wilson..—	
449
366
27
—
2
13
28
73
6
Model 	
K. F. Brandon	
MissD. Shields —
500
456
29
4
2
2
33
120
12
2
K. F. Brandon	
479
420
41
7
3
2
43
108
13
8
Norquay and Annex....
J. S. Cull _.
Miss J. Murdoch. .. .
612
541
24
6
3
1
3
40
158
1
4
A. R. Boyd	
260
121
7
7
10
20
2
3
Queen Mary. 	
S. Murray 	
Miss N. Cunningham
605
503
15
8
3
2
3
41
99
2
2
A. R. Boyd    	
268
179
7
10
15
14
2
2
Renfrew	
J. S. Cull 	
270
333
240
334
6
67
10
9
1
13
8
49
5
68
1
4
Seymour.	
A. M. Menzies 	
Miss J. Dorgan	
591
427
55
6
4
2
33
61
15
10
Simon Fraser and
Annex.. —	
K. F. Brandon	
Miss D. Shields "
679
638
25
2
2
2
19
143
1
3
Strathcona	
S. Murray 	
MissD. Bullock
1384
1208
64
24
1
1
75
416
3
Tecumseh 	
J. S. Cull 	
Miss W. Neen	
672
596
74
17
2
3
25
58
125
10
Tennyson 	
K. F. Brandon
Miss G. Cowan	
729
580
121
24
2
5
41
109
24
6
Van Home	
G. A. Lamont	
Miss E. Edwards
375
301
54
1
12
35
81
1
Wolfe. ._ 	
Woodland	
Miss E. Stoddart
Miss H. Tipping
402
402
335
274
98
78
2
16
1
1
1
22
27
27
71
77
2
S. Murray 	
Vancouver, North:
Lonsdale	
W. G. Saunders	
Miss E. Lowther	
274
105
9
1
17
17
31
49
19
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 23
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 22; vaccinations, 362
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 46; pulmonary,
2 ;  vaccinations,   229
Cardiac, 5; pulmonary, 1 ; toxoid,
29 ;   vaccinations, 117
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 58; vaccinations,  350
Cardiac, 1 ; toxoid, 46; vaccinations, 197
Cardiac, 3; toxoid, 43 ; pulmonary,
1 ;   vaccinations, 333
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 2; toxoid,
45 ;   vaccinations, 235
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 1; toxoid,
44 ;   vaccinations,  121
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 1; toxoid,
10 ; vaccinations, 148
Cardiac, 1 ; toxoid, 23; vaccinations, 117
Toxoid, 26 ;   vaccinations, 362	
Toxoid, 16;   vaccinations,  141..
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1; toxoid,
58 ;   vaccinations, 299
Cardiac, 8; pulmonary, 1 ; toxoid,
13 ;   vaccinations,  172
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 37; vaccinations, 153
Cardiac, 1 ; toxoid, 7 ; vaccinations,
235
Cardiac,
306
Toxoid,  8;
Cardiac, 2 :
73
Toxoid,   18
toxoid, 16; vaccinations,
vaccinations,  136	
toxoid, 9 ;   vaccinations,
vaccinations,   136 	
Cardiac,   2;   toxoid,   41;   pulmonary,
2 ;   vaccinations, 255
Cardiac,    2;   pulmonary,   1 ;   toxoid,
65 ;  vaccinations,   333
Cardiac,   4;   toxoid,   30;   pulmonary,
2 ;   vaccinations,   1,127
Cardiac,   11 ;  pulmonary,   1;  toxoid,
54; vaccinations,  226
Cardiac,   2;  toxoid,   27;  pulmonary,
1; vaccinations,  239
Toxoid,   9 ;   vaccinations,   105	
Cardiac, 2 ; toxoid, 23 ; vaccinations,
128
Pulmonary.    2;    vaccinations,    127;
toxoid, 20
Cardiac, 2; asthma, 1 ; orthopaedic,
3 ; anaemia, 2 ; speech-defect, 2 ;
appendectomy,   1
Measles, 106
mumps, 17
3 ; rubella,
Measles, 99;
mumps, 19
chicken-pox,   4
whooping-cough
II    2
31    7
I
I
II	
chicken-pox,   2
whoop ing-cough
6; scarlet fever, 3 ; rubella, i
Mumps,   12;    chicken-pox,   7
measles, 17;   scarlet fever, 5
Mumps,    7 ;    whooping-cough,
6 ;   chicken-pox, 2 ;   measles:
110 ; rubella, 3 ; scarlet fever,
1
Mumps,   39;    chicken-pox,   19
measles,    85;    scarlet   fever,
2 ;   whooping-cough,  1
Mumps,   24;    scarlet fever,  7
measles,    134;     rubella,    4
whooping-cough,   12
Mumps,   19;    chicken-pox,   32
measles,   143;   scarlet fever
1
Mumps,   4;    chicken-pox,   13
measles,   145
Mumps,    64;     chicken-pox,    5
measles, 26;   scarlet fever,
Mumps,    1 ;     chicken-pox,    6
measles,   114 ;   scarlet   fever
9;   rubella, 2
Mumps,   85;    chicken-pox,   11
measles,   208;    scarlet  fever,
8;    whooping-cough,   1
Mumps,   47;    chicken-pox,   28
measles,   96;    scarlet   fever.
3 ;    rubella,  1
Mumps, 14; chicken-pox, 6
measles, 31;   scarlet fever,  :
Mumps, 5; chicken-pox, 34
measles, 98 ;   scarlet fever, ]
Measles,   144;    scarlet  fever,   c
Mumps,   33;    chicken-pox,   1
measles,   36;    scarlet   fever
1 ;   whooping-cough,  3
Mumps,    2;     chicken-pox,    3
scarlet fever,  2;   whooping
cough,    16;     measles,    104
rubella,   1
Mumps,   18;    chicken-pox,   2
measles, 88 ;   scarlet fever,  :
Mumps,   3;    scarlet   fever,   7
measles,   60
Mumps,    9;     chicken-pox,     6
measles, 94;   scarlet fever, 1
Mumps,   62;    scarlet  fever,   2
whooping-cough,  8 ;   rubella:
1 ;     measles,    51;     chicken
pox,   43
Mumps,   4;   chicken-pox,   23
measles,  104 ; scarlet fever, 4
Mumps,   43 ;   chicken-pox,   13
measles, 53 ; whoop ing-cough
1; rubella, 3 ; scarlet fever, 1
Mumps,    1 ;   chicken-pox,    18
whooping-cough,   2 ; measles
173
Mumps,   15 ;   chicken-pox,   17
measles,    89 ;   scarlet   fever
5 ; whooping-cough, 7
Mumps,    16;'   chicken-pox,    4
whooping-cough,  1 ; measles
87
Mumps,    2;    chicken-pox,    67
measles, 50 ; scarlet fever, !
Measles.    30;    chicken-pox,    5
mumps, 13 ; scarlet fever, 7
whooping-cough,   2
Mumps,     1 ;    chicken-pox,    1
scarlet fever,  1 ; measles,  60
Good..
Clean; adequate. H 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Queen Mary	
Ridgeway..
V.ernon ~
Victoria:
Bank Street-
Beacon Hill .
Boys* Central..
Burnside 	
George Jay..
Girls' Central-
Kingston Street	
Margaret Jenkins.
North Ward	
Oaklands	
Quadra	
Quadra Primary-
Railway Street .
Sir James Douglas..
South Park-
Spring Ridge....
Victoria West_.
W. G. Saunders	
W. G. Saunders	
O. Morris	
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson —
J. L. M. Anderson .
J. L. M. Anderson .
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 __
185*
176
851
112
217
192
337
292 248
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3041 2221
407
517
932
107
251
198
64
436
125
61
436
90
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RURAL MUNICIPAL
Burnaby:
Armstrong Avenue
W. Sager	
W. Sager 	
44
18
319
215
573
801
20
182
639
324
387
72
17
85
14
86
44
16
296
186
525
710
20
160
582
302
348
68
14
73
12
81
1
2
16
10
22
35
1
5
21
14
13
2
2
"" 3
1
2
1
5
6
1
2
3
1
1
_
~~2
2
2
1
3
2
12
17
3
10
6
7
1
1
2
1
8
8
24
36
1
6
22
12
18
3
1
2
2
2
3
7
59
30
102
135
5
29
128
71
83
16
"~io
4
26
8
3
57
39
118
144
8
19
115
67
76
20
5
11
4
32
3
~27
32
56
106
3
20
75
20
52
6
7
6
2
10
1
Capitol Hill- 	
Douglas Road	
W. Sager	
4
5
16
18
2
9
10
9
1
' 2
2
2
4
1
6
16
W. Sager 	
18
W. Sager	
W. Sager.	
fi
5
W. Sager	
7
8
W. Sager 	
W. Sager	
W. Sager	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 25
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.
Orthopaedic,   7;   asthma,   2;   speech-
defect,   2;   cardiac,   5;   endocrine
gland,  1
Orthopaedic,   6;   pallor,   2;   nervous,
1; dermatitis, 2 ; cardiac, 2 ; asthma, 1; speech-defect, 1
Diabetes, 2 ; cardiac, 7 ; partial paralysis   of   arm,   1;   cleft   palate,   1 ;
rheumatic   fever,   2;   toxoid,   395 ;
vaccinated,   150
Bronchial asthma,   1 ;  poor  posture,
1
Nervous,   1;   cardiac,   1;   poor   posture, 1; low arches, 1
Cardiac, 2 ; low arches, 3 ; poor posture, 6
Cleft palate, 1 ;   cardiac, 2 ;   nervous,
1 ;    osteomylitis   (healing),   1;   R.
inguinal hernia, 1
Nervous,   1 ;   cardiac,   3;   poor  posture, 4 ;   club feet, 1 ;   cleft palate,
1;   low arches,  6
Cardiac,   6;    low   arches,   10;    poor
posture,  1
Poor posture, 3 ;   low arches, 1	
Low arches, 5 ;   poor posture, 8	
Epileptic,  1 ;   cardiac,  2;   bronchial
asthma,   1
Bronchial,  3;   alopecia,  1 ;   torticollis,  1 ; spinal bifida, 1
Poor posture, 1;   low arches, 1	
Cardiac, 1 ; low arches, 1; poor posture 2 ;   flat chest, 1
15
2
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
2
1
11
1
6
7
3
1
1
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
3
1
Chicken-pox,   13 ;  measles,  77;
scarlet fever,  1
Measles,   77;   whooping-cough,
11; scarlet fever, 1; chicken-
pox,  31
Measles,   8;   chicken-pox,    15;
influenza,  85 ; pneumonia,  3
Mumps, 1 ; rubella, 1; measles,
52
Chicken-pox, 29 ; scarlet fever,
5 ; measles,  32
Mumps, 1 ; measles, 41 ; scarlet
fever,  2;   chicken-pox,  7
Measles,  23 ;   scarlet fever,  1;
chicken-pox, 3
Chicken-pox,  3 ;   scarlet fever,
1;   measles, 26 ;   rubella, 1
Chicken-pox,  6;   scarlet fever,
3 ;   rubella, 1;   measles, 37
Mumps, 1 ; measles, 39 ; scarlet
fever,   1
Measles, 84   	
Measles, 5 	
Scarlet fever,   10 ;   mumps,   1 ;
measles,  104
Measles, 57;   chicken-pox, 8 —
Scarlet   fever,   1 ;    rubella,   1;
measles, 54 ; chicken-pox, 29
Good	
Good	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
3
1
2
3
.."1
8
2
"3
2
1
Cardiac,   9;    nervous,   2;    curvature
of   spine,   1;    flat   chest,   1;    low
arches, 11 ; poor posture, 13 ; bronchial asthma (now in Solarium), 1
Nervous,   1 ;    poor   posture,   5 ;    low
arches,   1 ;    cleft   palate,   1;    torticollis,  1
Cardiac,    1 ;     poor   posture,   3;     deformity of limbs, 2
Cardiac,   1 ;    poor  posture,  13 ;   low
arches, 7;   deformity of hand, 1
Chicken-pox,   16 ;    mumps,   16 ;
scarlet fever,   2 ;   rubella,  2 ;
measles,   119
Chicken-pox,   3 ;    measles,   41;
mumps,   2
Chicken-pox,   7 ;    measles,   43 ;
mumps,   1
Chicken-pox,   1 ;    scarlet fever,
1 ;   measles, 83
1       1
1       1
SCHOOLS.
1
1
1
1
2
2
Measles, 5  	
Measles,  30 ;   scarlet fever,  1;
whooping-cough, 12 ; mumps,
4 ;   chicken-pox, 3
Measles,  25 ;   scarlet fever,  3 ;
whooping-cough,   4;  mumps,
1
Measles, 60 ;   scarlet fever, 9...
Measles,  27 ;   mumps, 30	
Good......	
Good. _.
Good .
Good	
Good. 	
Good	
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
3
7
4
2
3
1
2
6
5
1
1
9,
3
4
8
2
3
3
1
1
Cardiac, 9  _
Scarlet fever, 2 ;   measles, 43 ;
mumps,   40
Scarlet fever, 4 ;   measles, 45 ;
mumps, 1;   chicken-pox, 1
Chicken-pox,   1;    measles,   25 ;
mumps,  1
Chicken-pox,   6 ;    measles,   30 ;
mumps,  1;   scarlet fever,  1
Measles,   26;   whooping-cough,
4
Chicken-pox,   3;    measles,   5;
mumps, 16 ; whooping-cough,
1
Measles, 4 ...  	
Measles, 20   	
Good.	
Good..... 	
Good	
Good 	
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good	
Good	
Good	
Good	
Good	
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RURAL
MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
• Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Sperling Avenue...	
77
50
274
105
20
60
75
19
43
12
26
12
123
160
14
271
26
140
174
94
34
106
45
227
84
28
284
20
22
23
23
21
296
23
132
69
42
253
105
20
60
75
19
43
12
26
12
123
160
14
271
26
140
174
83
32
101
41
218
80
28
274
20
20
21
18
20
283
22
125
2
6
6
2
3
4
1
5
1
4
1
13
11
3
15
1
12
12
1
2
2
3
2
3
1
2
1
i
i
5
16
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
8
11
4
3
8
16
2
2
6
2
2
2
2
2
19
20
1
37
3
19
36
6
2
1
	
9
4
19
15
49
23
3
3
15
3
3
4
3
4
25
29
1
63
7
28
54
6
3
6
4
24
4
17
6
36
64
12
17
42
10
18
7
15
6
63
96
9
149
13
102
121
■
6
2
5
4
24
6
1
49
1
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13
2
4
63
9
39
3
3
12
31
6
6
21
5
9
5
8
7
32
36
4
41
8
53
73
57
5
4
2
10
2
3
8
3
2
3
1
11
33
2
54
2
46
51
3
8
5
15
6
2
1
1
2
1
1
W. Sager	
W. Sager	
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
W. E. Henderson ....
W. E. Henderson
W. E. Henderson 	
S. G. Baldwin	
Windsor Street	
Chilliwack:
Atchelitz 	
Camp Slough.	
Cheam  —
Chilliwack, East.	
Elk View— 	
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	
Miss E. Moody	
Miss E. Moody
Miss E. Moody	
2
2
1
3
1
Hillcrest	
Lotbiniere	
Promontory _ 1	
Robertson  	
Rosedale—  —	
Ryder Lake 	
Sardis     ..
Strathcona	
Sumas	
1
2
7
2
1
2
9
—
8
1
1
14
1
1
5
2
5
1
9
1
44
1
3
 2
13
9
1
1
1
16
2
6
21
1
28
2
2
4
2
"l
3
Coldstream:
Coldstream	
Lavington . 	
Coquitlam :
S. G. Baldwin	
Glen  	
3
3
2
1
Mountain View	
Victoria Drive. 	
Cowichan, North:
Chemainus Superior.—
2
B. Cannon 	
R. M. Dick 	
R. M. Dick	
R. M. Dick.. —
A. A. King..	
A. A. King	
Miss F. Barbaree
Miss F. Barbaree
Miss F. Barbaree
98
2
3
4
1
1
19
1
25
98
2
3
6
4
5
37
5
36
"Westholme 	
Delta :
3
1
1
3
1
4
1
Delta Central. 	
Delta East -  	
A. A. King 	
A. A. King 	
A. A. King 	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 27
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-
Cardiac, 3..
Psoriasis,  1;   heart, 1	
2
111 87
51
131
Heart,  1 ;   conjunctivitis,  33-
Acne, 1 ; loss of weight, 2 ; abscessed
tooth, 1 ; speech-defect, 1 ; otitis
media,  1 ;   no gain of weight,  1
Acute   cold,   1 ;    loss   of   weight,   3
stuttering,   1 ;  stv.   1 ;  mitral murmur, 1 ;   nasal polyp,  1
Strabismus, 1 ; abscessed tooth, 2;
granular lids, 7; nervous tremor
of eves, 1 ; nasal discharge, 3 ;
eczema, 1 ; loss of weight, 3 ;
acne. 1 ; otitis media, 1 ; pigeon-
chested,   2
Granular lids, 4 ; eczema, 1 ; cervical glands, 1 ; no gain in weight,
1 ;    wax   in   ears,   2;    gingivitis,   4
Several children away with stomach
disorder; wax in ears, 1
Crippled from birth injury, 1 ;   T.B.
suspect, 1 ; mynedemia, 1 ; cardiac,
1 ;    asthma,   1
Hypothroid,    1;    cardiac,   3;    petit
mal,  1
Cardiac,   1;   asthma,  1;   nervous,  1
Measles, 15 	
Measles, 20	
Measles, 100 ; scarlet fever, 4 ;
mumps, 4 ; whooping-cough,
2
Chicken-pox, 28 ;   measles, 31 ;
scarlet fever,  2
Measles,  3 ;   scarlet fever,  1—
Measles, 3 ;   chicken-pox, 4	
Mumps,
fever,
5 ; measles, 3 ; scarlet
3 ;   chicken-pox,  37
Measles, 2 .
Measles,  3 ;    mumps,   4	
Measles, 16— 	
Chicken-pox, 20 	
Measles,  15 ;   chicken-pox, 31..
Measles,  6;   chicken-pox,  4	
Measles, 9  	
Chicken-pox,   35 ;    typhoid,   2;
measles,   186 ;    scarlet  fever,
7
Chicken-pox,   10 ;   measles,  8
Measles, 26 ;   scarlet fever, 10 ;
chicken-pox.   1
Measles,  9 ;   scarlet fever,  3 —
Measles, 2
Measles _
Measles .
Measles;   scarlet fever,   1.
Scarlet  fever,   6;    measles,   6;
mumps, 3
Measles,   4.
Scarlet fever,  1 ;   measles, 7	
Whooping-cough,   4;    measles,
3
Measles,   12	
Scarlet fever, 1_
Good
Good
Good
Fairly good..
Fairly good	
Light poor in primary room ; water
off in winter
Light poor in senior
room; water off
in winter
Light and well ventilated
Dark in senior room
Fairly good 	
Fairly good — —
Fair 	
Good ; crowded   .
New school, good;
old school, dark,
poor
Stove dangerous — .
Roof needs repairing ; fairly good;
crowded
Fairly good	
Crowded 	
Fairly   good ;
crowded ;   basement  damp
Crowded ;  children
too   close   to
boards ;   ventilation   poor
Adequate  	
Satisfactory _
Grpde=;   1   to   4   ade-
nuate ;    Grades    5
to   8   adequate;
■"antilation fair
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory.
Adequate;   satisfactory
Poorly   heated   and
overcrowded
Adequate-
Adequate..
Adequate-
Good	
Good. 	
Excellent   condition
Good 	
Good— 	
Good.
Good.
Good.
Fair.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fair.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fair.
Good.
Good.
Fairly good.
Good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean  and  adequate,   Grades
1, 2. 3. 7. and
8 ; disinfectant
for boys'
toilet,   Grades
4, 5, and 6.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ;  adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Fairly clean ; not
adequate.
Fairly   clean ;
adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Very good.
Adequate.
[nadequate; need
cleaning ;   no
water   system. H 28
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RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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4
8
99
7
6
6
3
3
19
11
9
122
51
5
4
1
1
1
Esquimalt:
Miss E. Morrison
Kent:
?n
Langley:
A. McBurney	
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3
1
Glen Valley       - ■'
1
1
1
1
1
1
A. McBurney	
2
4
1
A. McBurney 	
"West Langley	
1
1
2
1
3
7
6
7
1
2
1
5
5
7
2
1
4
4
2
4
1
7
3
1
4
11
2
2
1
7
10
11
3
3
2
8
1
i
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Maple Ridge:
Miss M. E. Grierson
6
13
18
1
3
5
9
9
11
17
9
45
5
25
10
22
9
14
4
2
4
12
2
2
1
2
2
13
20
11
3
3
Miss M. E. Grierson.
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
4
Maple Ridge	
1
3
4
11
3
4
1
32
13
9
9
4
11
1
5
2
4
19
2
8
9
5
46
6
1
1
1
4
4
3
5
2
1
1
2
1
.
15
1
1
1
Mats qui:
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid.
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid.
J. M. McDiarmid
Miss E. C. Maguire...
Miss E. C. Maguire...
Miss E. Ochs ....
Miss E. C. Maguire .
Miss E. Ochs _
Miss E. C. Maguire
Miss J. M. Arnould _
Miss J. M. Arnould .
Miss J. M. Arnould .
Miss J. M. Arnould _
Miss E. Ochs...   	
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss B. Bradshaw....
Miss B. Bradshaw—
Miss M. A. Twiddy....
5
Bradner	
5
1
Matsqui Elementary-
Mount Lehman	
20
7
Poplar Community
Poplar, North 	
Poplar, South	
7
1
........
2
1
3
20
1
2
1
3
1
105
9
2
5
1
4
6
3
14
6
4
Mission:
1
4
Oak Bay:
21
5
20
14
1
34
Peachland	
W. Buchanan 	
H. McGregor	
48
42 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 29
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  	
Whooping-cough..	
Good	
Poor;   old   building
needs repairs
Adequate  room;
well ventilated;
well  heated
Crowded	
Appendectomy,   2;   mastoid,   2;   otitis  media,  7
4
3
Scarlet fever,  4; measles,  80;
influenza, 12
Measles ; mumps ; influenza
Clean; adequate.
3
Whooping-cough; measles ;
mumps
Mumps ; measles ; chicken-pox-
Good 	
Good 	
Good. -          	
Good.
Measles ; mumps ; scarlet fever-
Good.
Good
Good.
Measles ; mumps 	
Measles ; mumps ; scarlet fever-
Measles ; mumps	
Mumps ; measles ; scarlet fever-
Good...	
Good  	
Crowded;   blackboards poor
Good...	
Good.
Dirty.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good 	
Good 	
Good.
Measles ; mumps.. —
Measles ; mumps 	
Good.
Good.
Good
Good.
Measles ; mumps ; chicken-pox...
Good
Good.
T.B. cervical gland, 1 	
4
5
6
6
Mumps; chicken-pox 	
Whooping-cough ; scarlet fever ;
mumps
Mumps  	
Mumps _ 	
Good 	
Good  '..',
Good	
Good. ___	
Good.
Nephritis,   1;   mastoiditis,   1 ;    fractured ulna, 1 ;  cardiac murmur, 1
Fractured tibia,  1   	
Fractured ulna, 1 ;   rheumatic fever, 1
2
Good.
Good.
Poor.
Fair.
Scarlet fever ; mumps.	
Scarlet fever ; mumps 	
Scarlet   fever,    2;   measles   2 ;
chicken-pox, 7
Measles, 17  	
Good  	
Good. __	
Good - _	
Good - 	
Good - 	
Good  	
Good —
Fair.
5
~9
2
~1
1
Fair.
3
2
2
Mitral regurgitation, 1	
Good.
Measles, 10  	
Measles, 1 ; chicken-pox, 19	
Good.
Good- 	
Good.  	
Good  	
Good 	
Good- 	
Good 	
Measles, 1 ; chicken-pox, 16	
Measles, 5 ; chicken-pox, 5	
Chicken-pox, 3 ; scarlet fever, 8
Measles, 4 	
Poliomyelitis..   _	
1
5
8
Good
1  death,   ruptured  appendix	
2
" 1
1
1
Chicken-pox    _	
Measles; chicken-pox   ... 	
Measles ;  scarlet fever,  2	
Measles, 2
Measles ; chicken-pox _ _ _
Measles ; chicken-pox	
Measles  	
Scarlet fever, 4 ;    measles, 169 ;
mumps, 37
Scarlet fever, 1 ;    measles, 100 ;
mumps, 2
Good  	
Good 	
Good ...,
Fractured tibia, 1 ;   fractured ulna. 1 ;
fractured   clavicle,   1 ;    mastoiditis,
1 ;    childhood   pulmonary   tuberculosis,  1 ;   appendectomy,  1
9
Good.
Good  	
Good 	
Good  _. ..
Good 	
Good ; poor lighting
Adequate	
Adequate	
Satisfactory 	
Some  rooms  crowded ; Ellis building
poorly lighted ;
Primary  building
inadequate,   playroom in poor condition
Good	
4
6
1
9
15
Fractured ulna,   1 	
Fair.
0 K
0 K
TB.,2; X-ray positive	
Clean; adequate.
Toilets in poor
condition.
Nervous, 8 : Cardiac, 3 ; abscesses, 1 ;
posture, 7 ; speech, 3 ; psoriasis, 2 ;
mastoid, 1 ; bronchitis, 2 ; pneumonia, 6 ;   asthma, 2 ;   rheumatism, 2 ;
diabetes mellitus,   1 ;   nephritis,  2 ;
orthopaedic,     4;    haemophilia,     1;
eczema, 1
Rheumatic    fever,    1 ;     cardiac,    5;
chorea, 2 ; nephritis, 1
Chicken-pox,   7;    mumps,   19;
measles, 370
Scarlet fever, 30 ;    chicken-pox,
2 ; mumps, 2
1
1
1 H 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL
MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Bridgeport     .
Byng	
East Richmond	
English 	
General Currie. 	
Hamilton	
Mitchell..	
Sea Island 	
Saanich:
Cedar Hill 	
Cloverdale	
Craigflower	
Gordon Head	
Keating	
McKenzie.- 	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd	
Miss M. Upshall	
Miss V. E. Williams.
Miss V. E. Williams.
Miss V. E. Williams
Miss M. Upshall
Miss V. E. Williams
Miss V. E. Williams
Miss V. E. Williams
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss D. Tate	
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss V. Freeman
Miss V. Freeman
Miss V. Freeman
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss D. Tate	
Miss D. Tate	
Miss V. Freeman
Miss V. Freeman.
Miss M. R. Smith
560
574
16
25
35
29
150
62
176
251
132
59
37
163
59
96
23
81
247
209
44
80
23
31
21
31
22
84
25
64
70
55
22
169
304
23
83
205
30
21
33
38
85
64
82
33
34
144
97
84
59
24
133
94
194
327
358
11
28
36
26
111
48
173
249
130
59
37
162
58
95
23
80
244
206
42
80
23
31
18
31
21
74
23
59
69
52
19
165
295
21
83
195
23
20
29
37
84
50
79
28
33
131
96
75
56
21
117
83
185
8
12
1
2
1
9
1
7
13
2
2
2
9
1
2
2
10
4
4
5
8
2
2
23
15
2
14
15
4
21
10
3
7
11
2
8
9
10
2
8
4
1
2
1
1
47
22
1
3
8
2
18
10
9
7
13
3
17
2
6
4
37
18
1
2
8
7
9
8
8
28
7
21
31
19
6
71
117
4
14
23
4
2
3
4
7
8
8
7
9
28
5
13
6
5
11
12
41
66
173
1
2
6
5
23
28
39
47
22
15
1
31
6
19
10
54
40
1
1
11
11
6
6
3
14
4
8
9
6
'   14
31
167
2
13
6
2
3
3
7
9
1
7
2
9
6
11
8
1
19
1      8
57
6
1
1
_
2
35
35
26
5
43
7
14
1
8
51
49
6
23
13
9
45
35
3
1
4
1
1
2
1
4
1
3
4
1
7
8
1
1
14
20
7
1
1
4
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19
7
8
5
3
17
6
5
17
1
2
10
84
1
1
10
2
4
""3
1
2
2
1
12
3
2
2
2
8
A. R. Boyd-	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd- 	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd—_	
D. Berman. 	
2
2
1
31      1
i
1
1
1
2
D. Berman.-	
D. Berman 	
D. Berman _. 	
D. Berman	
D. Berman  	
14
2
2
1
	
9
1
3
Royal Oak  	
Saa n i ch ton	
Strawberry Vale.—	
Tillicum  	
Tolmie—  	
D. Berman 	
D. Berman—	
D. Berman 	
 9
1
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3
1
West Saanich	
Victoria Model School
Salmon Arm:
J. P. Vye      —.
14
7
8
3
2
1
1
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H. Baker	
District No. 10  —
Gleneden    	
Larch Hill 	
Mount Ida
North Canoe	
South Canoe	
West Salmon Arm
Sumas:
Huntingdon  	
Kilgard —- 	
Straiton	
Upper Sumas	
Summerland	
Surrey:
Anniedale 	
Clayton	
Cloverdale.- 	
Colebrook	
Elgin	
Grandview Heights	
Green Timber	
Hall's Prairie 	
Hjorth Road  .
Johnston Road	
Kensington East...	
Kensington Prairie
H. Baker	
1
2
1
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H. Baker     .
H. Baker	
H. Baker.  ...
H. Baker	
H. Baker	
H. Baker 	
11     16
1       5
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331    66
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101    14
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101       21     13i
41 ...... i   is:	
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
F. W. Andrew	
F. D. Sinclair	
Miss J. M. Arnould .
Miss J. M. Arnould ..
Miss J. M. Arnould .
Miss J. M. Arnould .
Miss A. Taylor; Miss
W. Marshall
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
1
1
1
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6
6
7
11
1         1
1       11.......
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1      21 ......
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1      61 ......
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F. D. Sinclair	
        1
21      4
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1
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1
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11      1
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair..	
F. D. Sinclair
F. D. Sinclair	
1
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31
51.      .
61	
71	
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81	
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F. D. Sinclair	
2
24
3
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7
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PortKells '	
F. D. Sinclair 	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
4l.	
Strawberry Hill— 	
Surrey Centre  __
Simon Cunningham
Tvnehead  _._ 	
Westminster, South ...
F. D. Sinclair.    .
F. D. Sinclair	
8
8
5
1
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair ...
.1       71 .....
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1         1
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 31
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
{Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
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Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
i    i   i
Pulmonary, 1 ;
tions, 123
toxoid, 144;   vaccina-
Pulmonary, 5 ;   toxoid, 347 ;
tions, 242
Toxoid, 10 ;  vaccinations, 6 _
Toxoid, 30 ;  vaccinations, 3 .
Toxoid, 31 : vaccinations, 9__
Toxoid, 24 ;
Toxoid, 66 ;
vaccinations, 22._
vaccinations, 47..
Toxoid, 52 ;  vaccinations, 48.	
Heart, 5 ; lungs, 5; appendix, 5;
bronchitis,  1
Obesity, 4 ; heart, 7; lungs, 6 ; appendix, 7 ; bronchitis, 1 ; asthma, 1
Obesity, 3 ; heart, 6 ; lungs, 9 ; skin,
1 ;  appendix,  4
Appendix,  1     __
Obesity, 1; heart, 2; lungs, 1 ..._	
Obesity, 11; heart, 5; lungs, 8; appendix, 7; bronchitis, 1
Obesity, 1 ; heart, 2 ; appendix, 1—.
Heart, 2; lungs, 2; bronchitis, 2	
Lungs, 1
Heart, 1 ; lungs, 3 ; asthma, 1	
Obesity,  4 ;  heart,  9 ;  lungs,  14 ;  appendix, 4 ; bronchitis, 8 ; asthma, 1
Heart, 9; lungs, 12; bronchitis, 3	
Nervous, 1..
Posture, 1 ; anaemia, 1~
P os tu re, 4 _ 	
Posture,  l._
Posture,  3 ; overweight,  1..
Dry skin, 1 ; posture,  1	
Posture,  1; ansemia, 1~
Posture,   1 ;  overweight,  1    	
Obesity, 2 ; bursitis, 1 ; posture, 11-
Epileptic,  1..
Chorea, 1—.
Mitral  regurgitation,   1	
Acne, 9 ; anaemia, 6 ; orthopaedic, 2.
Strabismus, 1 ; endocarditis, 1 ...
Insufficient gain in weight, 9 ; colitis
1; chronic bronchitis, 1
Mumps, 22 ; measles, 139 ; chicken-pox, 4 ; rubella, 6 ; scarlet
fever, 5
Mumps, 7 ; measles, 2 ; rubella,
1; scarlet fever, 1
Measles, 2 ;  rubella, 1	
Mumps, 14; rubella, 1 ; scarlet
fever, 2
Measles, 4 _  ...
Mumps, 15 ; measles, 34 ; chicken-pox, 19 ;  scarlet  fever, 1
Measles, 34-
T.B.   leg,   1    	
Pigeon-chest,  1 ____ 	
Strabismus, 1 ; tongue-tie. 1	
Strabismus,  2 ; endocarditis,  l.___	
Defective palate, 1 ...   	
Pigeon - chest,    1 ;     impediment    in
speech,  1; asthma,  1 ; no gain in
weight. 1
Endocarditis, 1 — _.__.	
Strabismus,   1 ;    eczema,   1 ;    thyro-
glossal cyst, 1
Deviated septum, 1 ; wry-neck, 1~
Endocarditis, 1 ; hypothyroid, 1—
Nephritis.   1      . .	
Strabismus,  1 	
Bifid uvula, 1 .
Pneumonia, 2 ; impediment in sneech,
1 : otitis media, 1 ; bifid uvula, 1 ;
gingivitis, 1; hordeolum, 1 : valvular disease of heart, 1 ; malformation of femur. 1
Measles, 4 . 	
Measles, 2 _	
Measles,    81 ;     chicken-pox,
scarlet fever, 2
Measles..  	
Measles .
Measles -
Measles .
Scarlet fever, 1	
Measles ; influenza..
Measles  	
Measles 	
Measles .
Measles _
Measles-
Measles   _ _
Chicken-pox ; measles ; whoop-
in e*-cough
Measles  	
Chicken-pox ; measles 	
O.K.
Good .....	
Good	
Good	
Good - —
Good 	
Good...	
Good	
Cellar poor-
Good .
Good..
Good.
Good..
Good repair ;  frame
on   concrete ;
modern
Crowded 	
Satisfactory	
Old frame	
Satisfactory;
water
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory-
Crowded 	
Satisfactory._
Satisfactory..
Satisfactory .
Satisfactory..
no
Satisfactory ____	
Satisfactory; Div. 4
crowded
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Crowded 	
Crowded  	
Crowded	
Adequate except
Div.  3 ; basement
drains  poor  in
wet weather
O.K.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Fair.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Satisfactory.
Clean; adequate ;
flush type
Clean.
Clean.
Poor.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Poor. H 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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White Rock        	
F. D. Sinclair 	
202
38
140
38
100
240
131
241
313
190
36
53
16
52
103
51
222
293
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Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong...
Miss N. Armstrong
Miss N. Armstrong
Miss M. Hardy	
Miss M. Hardy	
2
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4
7
9
1
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10
5
W. G. Saunders	
Keith Lynn	
Lynn Valley	
North Star
•f
W. G. Saunders	
Vancouver, West:
A. C. Nash	
Pauline Johnson. —
A. C. Nash..—	
* These children have been examined ten times by the nurse, although they have not been given a physical examination.
RURAL AND
J. M. McDiarmid
Miss M. C. Miles
244
14
14
7
57
12
10
13
30
10
13
14
8
30
5
20
36
18
12
23
70
16
15
100
31
8
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30
28
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22
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240
14
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12
10
13
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9
13
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33
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27
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27
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15
7
12
1
10
1
1
1
9
2
6
4
3
12
101
2
1
9
3
2
3
11
2
6
4
9
3
7
14
2
13
8
9
8
4
6
2
11
3
1
4
8
4
3
73
2
1
2
40
10
3
7
5
3
5
5
6
1
1
11
4
1
3
4
38
5
9
33
4
4
6
6
10
3
2
12
6
1
1
1
68
2
19
1
Albert Head           	
J. F. Grant	
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
3
	
3
Alert Bay -
Ryall and Patten
T. C. Holmes 	
1
12
1
1
2
20
2
6
(Ootsa Lake)
C. E. McRae	
L. C. Steindel
1
 7
1
2
1
1
5
2
1
1
2
1
1
3
4
1
10
2
5
E. B. White	
N. J. Paul	
1
W. Scatchard	
i>
D. J. Barclay	
J. M. Hershey	
L. C. Steindel	
T. H. Hamilton 	
H. F. Tyerman
Arras— 	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
7
8
t
2
2
13
2
9
5
4
7
2
5
1
1
3
4
H. F. Tyerman.	
W. A. Drummond
G. B. Helem	
A. F. Gillis --	
11
4
8
5
4
4
1
2
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6
1
F. C. Coy -
_
6
6
2
6
4
2
7
1
9
2
4
2
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Atlin
L. G. C. d'Easum	
W. Bramley-Moore.—
J. C. Thomas     _
	
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F. T. Stanier......	
T. W. Sutherland
M. G. Archibald	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 33
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.
Otitis media, 1 ; anaemia, 1; endocarditis, 2 ; strabismus, 1 ; chronic
eczema, 1; conjunctivitis, 1
Orthopaedic, 2	
Orthopaedic, 2  	
Orthopaedic, 3 ; cardiac, 1 ; hernia, 1 ;
speech, 1 ; bronchitis,  1
Orthopaedic, 3; cardiac, 1; dermatitis, 3 ; anaemia, 1
Orthopaedic, 4 ; pulmonary, 1 ; anaemia, 1
Orthopaedic, 1; cardiac, 1 	
Eczema,   2;  cardiac,  3;  nervous,  2
asthma, 3
Measles.   _	
Measles,  48 ; scarlet fever, 4 ...
Measles, 6; scarlet fever, 1.	
Measles, 23 ; whooping-cough, 1
Measles, J
Measles...
chicken-pox, 2
Measles, 65 ; mumps, 6 ;  scarlet
fever (scarlatina), 6
Measles,   114 ;   chicken-pox,   2 ;
mumps, IS ; whooping-cough,
2;   rubella,   2;   scarlet   fever
(scarlatina), 4
Satisfactory-
Crowded..
Good..
Fair-
Good.
Good..
Good-
Good..
Good.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Good.
ASSISTED SCHOOLS.
9
3
~2
Measles,     2;    chicken-pox,     7;
scarlet fever, 2
Good 	
Good	
Good
Yes
Good
Good.
report cannot correct
Good;  good  heat
and ventilation
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
0 K
Needing repairs
Scarlet fever ; influenza -	
Satisfactory—	
Satisfactory for
number attending
Good 	
Good 	
Poor lighting	
sewage.
Should be
screened for
flies.
Measles ;  influenza ; whooping-
cough
Good 	
Satisfactory....	
Interior   very
unsatisfactory ;
light, ventilation,
and seating poor
Good           	
Good  	
Good 	
Good	
Good...— _
Overcrowded	
Good 	
Heating  and  ventilation     adequate ;
crowded; lighting
in  winter months
poor
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Good
Bronchitis   following   whooping-
cough, 1
Scarlet   fever ;   measles ;   influenza ; whooping-cough
Influenza 	
Adequate, but no
sewage.
"l
1
2
3
Measles ; chicken-pox ; influenza
Clean ; adequate.
Whooping-cough —	
0 K
Few cases mild influenza with
otitis media  complications
1
1
Satisfactory.
Adequate.
Yes.
Cardiac,  1   	
Colds,  10  	
Rubella  	
Fair	
Good -
Good 	
Fair.
Yes.
Yes.
Enfluenza ; measles	
Fair condition	
New   lighting,   ventilation, and heating satisfactory
Good 	
Yes.
Yes.
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Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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11
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32
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H. A. Christie	
1
1
2
1
2
Miss M. Gowan	
G. E. Bayfield./..	
J. C. Thomas	
W. H. Wood	
C. Ewert  _	
1
2
4
2
2
3
R. D. Rush _. 	
5
3
2
1
1
1
1
J. H. Hamilton—	
H. H. MacKenzie	
Belford
2
6
4
1
4
2
m
Bella Bella      '
J. D. Galbraith
J. D. Galbraith.
J. S. Cull     	
•>
Miss R. Mahon	
Cowichan Health
Centre
3
F. T. Stanier	
Bend  	
2
7
G. A. Ootmar	
T. A. Briggs 	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon...
OT
3
10
4
2
2
1
1
3
1
Big Eddy 	
2
3
1
2
1
1
C. E. McRae	
3
N. J. Paul.  ...
M. G. Archibald	
3
4
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
"2
4
1
G. A. Ootmar	
M. G. Archibald
M. G. Archibald	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon...
12
1
Blackpool, "West (Star
1
Lake)
P. Ewert	
H. E. Burden— .
9
Blind Bay
W Scatchard—	
2
R. W. Patten    ..
1
N. B. Hall - 	
N. B. Hall  _.
T. H. Lougheed
1
Blubber Bay
W. G. Archibald..
J. S. Daly 	
W. Bramley-Moore....
2
3
3
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1
3
4
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5
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2
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3
3
4
5
3
G. D. Oliver	
H. H. MacKenzie
J. P. Ellis 	
1
2
1
6
1
4
4
8
3
1
3
2
6
2
6
5
8
3
5
L. C. Steindel	
W. H. Wood. -   ...
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?,
F. Inglis. 	
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H. T. Tyerman...    _
N. J. Paul	
E. E. McRae	
D. M-.King. 	
C. C. Browne	
W. H. Wood     .
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1
13
8
12
1
7
3
4
3
4
2
5
1
3
1
1
7
4
1
2
5
1
fi
7
2
Bridge Lake, North.	
C. E. McRae	
C. H. Ployart
3
L. N. Beckwith
L. N. Beckwith
L. N. Beckwith
F. E. Coy-.	
G. James	
G. James.— — -
18
31 10
(Komenoes)
1
71  28
(Soteschenia)
2
Britannia Beach 	
Britannia Mine 	
Miss Whitmore	
Miss Graves  	
2
1
3
191   ....
7
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3 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 35
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Good	
Good.
Satisfactory  ~
Good- 	
Good  	
Clean; adequate.
Yes
Fair.	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Good-	
1
Yes
Yes
Clean ; adequate.
Satisfactory.
Acute infective conjunctivitis	
Good-	
Yes
1   child with  persistent sore  at  base
of one nostril
All children   were  confined  at
home   during   the   ten   days
between Feb. 26th to March
8th suffering from mild epidemic of influenza; all completely recovered
Satisfactory 	
Good  	
One; adequate.
Good 	
Clean; adequate.
1
Suspicious impetigo 1. ,	
Poor building 	
Good- 	
1
3
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fair.
Good 	
Yes
Measles ; influenza 	
Gopd 	
O.K.                    	
Clean
Influenza  ,	
Good  	
Posture A, 11; posture B, 1	
repair.
Measles ;  mumps..  	
Adequate; clean.
Yes
—
Good    	
Measles ;  influenza. __ _
Influenza  ____ 	
Good; poor heating.
	
Not crowded;  good
ventilation ; properly heated
O.K  	
Clean; adequate.
O.K	
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Influenza ;  measles 	
Measles..  	
Satisfactory. 	
Good 	
Adequate.
Heart, 1  	
1
Trachoma, 1- -   —
Whooping-cough,   2;    measles,
15 ;   chicken-pox 18
Scarlet fever ;   influenza ;  measles
Good.  	
Lighting only fair
Yes.
Adequate, but no
sewage.
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Satisfactory	
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Good  '
Good. 	
Good 	
Satisfactory 	
Fair 	
Furnace poor	
Well cared for	
Well cared for 	
Poorly ventilated,
crowded, and unsuitable
Good — -	
Good.
Clean.
Yes
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Clean.
in good repair.
Good.
Measles, 11  	
Well ventilated and
heated; not overcrowded
Well ventilated and
heated ; not overcrowded
Clean ; dry.
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
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N. B. Hall —  ...
W. E. Henderson	
W. E. Henderson	
T. A. Briggs —	
F. E. Coy     	
3
	
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Canal Flats (Div. 2)..
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L. C. Steindel  -
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H. F. Tyerman	
3
Carroll's Landing	
W. Truax
P. Ewert         	
L. N. Beckwith	
6
1
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2
13
7
3
5
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1
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2
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C. E. McRae	
G. E. Wride 	
C. C. Browne	
C. C. Browne 	
C. C. Browne	
H. A. Whillans
W. Scatchard	
L. N. Beckwith
J. F. Haszard	
J. M. Hershey	
Cawston   	
Miss B. Thompson
	
1
2
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1
1
1
4
7
4
5
4
23
7
7
4
4
1
1
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Chapman Camp. 	
5
Miss L. Malkin 	
9
_._
8
W. Scatchard .
D. P. Hanington
W. E. Henderson
J. C. Thomas.	
C.  Ewert—. —	
W. E. Henderson
C. E. McRae	
C. Willoughby	
W. H. Wood
 1.	
Chase River	
Miss E. fi. Allen
2
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2
1
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Chimney Creek   	
Chinook Cove  ...
Christian Valley	
Christina Lake	
1
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6
2
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M. G. Archibald
A.. E. Perrv	
2
Claxton  	
Clayhurst-    .
Miss N. E. Dunn
T. G. Robertson __
J. M. Hershey   	
M. G. Archibald
W. A. Drummond ._.
W. Workman 	
H. E. Cannon.   .
F. T. Stanier.- ,."
T. M. Hershey 	
T. C. Holmes 	
J. S. Daly 	
W. E. Henderson   . .
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Clayton—. _	
Clearwater 	
Clinton   . 	
Coal Creek...	
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Cobble Hill
Mrs. A. M. Young ..
311      3
241      4
1
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1
71
41      9
5
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Cowichan Health
Centre
Miss N. E. Dunn
Coleman Creek	
6
5
Columbia Gardens	
Columbia Valley	
Colwood. -  '.
Comox       -	
Comox Lake    	
Concord (Flood)	
Conner City.     -
5
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11
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1
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31...
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41  .....
21
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3
T. A. Briggs —.
W. E- Henderson
S. Mills	
G. C. Johnston—	
N. B. Hall.. 	
1
21
21	
131    121...
Cortez Island	
(Manson's Landing)
71  1 .... MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 37
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
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Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Measles     	
O.K.	
O.K.
Fair ; not crowded-
Good  	
Fair.
Satisfactory. 	
Satisfactory.
O.K.
Good - "■   	
Good. _.  	
Good.
Good 	
Good     .
Yes.
Good      .
Clean.
Clean	
Good- ..—     _ „
Yes.
Good.   	
Good       —
Good.
2
1
Measles, 23 - 	
Good— 	
O.K.-  	
O.K.
Generalized   glandular   enlargement,
1 ; supernumerary thumb,  1 ; cardiac, 1
Measles ;   scarlet   fever ;   influenza ; whooping-cough
Two   basement
rooms;   poor   for
light,   space,   and
arrangement
Adequate, but no
sewage.
Clean; adequate.
Good
Good— 	
Good. — ...	
Influenza — ■    — 	
Measles ;   mumps ;   chicken-pox
Measles ; conjuctivitis 	
Yes
Fairly clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Cardiac,   1  , 	
Anaemia, 1 ; chorea, 1  	
Adequate  	
Well heated ; clean .
Fair 	
Poorly heated 	
Good   	
Good   	
Good	
Adequate ....,  '
Good   _. _
New ;  clean
Not   crowded;   well
ventilated and
well heated
Satisfactory	
Very good 	
Good— —	
Clean.
Clean.
Adequate.
Yes.      ,
Strabismus, 1 	
Measles, 4 .....	
Measles   ~ ~
Rubella .    	
Influenza, 6.. —	
Whooping-cough,  7 ;  influenza,
6
Mumps  	
Yes.
Mitral,   1	
Yes.
Yes.
Good —	
Good - _	
Good 	
Good	
Fair  	
O.K 9	
Good.
Yes.
1
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Good.
Fair.
O.K.
Yes.
Measles	
side should be removed
Good — 	
Good -- — _
Good   -— — _
Satisfactory _.. ___
Too dark 	
Satisfactory ._ _	
Building   in   poor
repair
Good -	
Clean.
Good.
Fair.
No.
Clean.
ture C.  1
Influenza ; whooping-cough	
fair
Adequate in all
respects
Rubella -
Satisfactory	
O.K	
Whooping-cough ; chicken-pox ;
measles
Scarlet fever, 4 ; measles, 6 —
O.K 	
O.K.
Good  _	
Good .— — -
Good - 	
Good -—	
Good -— -
New  stove  needed;
building fair
Good.
Cleft palate, 1 	
Eczema,    1     	
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Yes.
Influenza ; whooping-cough
Yes. H 38
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Orescent Valley	
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Crow's Nest.
Croydon .
Crystal Spring-
Cultus Lake ..
Darlington .
Dawson Creek 	
Dawson Creek, North.
Dawson Creek, South-
Deadman Creek	
Decker Lake	
Deep Bay	
Deep Cove	
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Denman Island-
Departure Bay...
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Devereaux	
Dewdney..
Diamond Crossing-
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Ellesby	
Ellison 	
Elphinstone Bay..
Endako	
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Englewood	
Enterprise 	
Erickson	
Erie	
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Evelyn.
Ewing's Landing-
C. H. Beevor-Potts-
F. T. Stanier	
J. H. Hamilton.	
D. J. Barclay	
O. Morris	
H. H. MacKenzie
L. C. Steindel-	
Miss A. Law-
Cowichan Health
Centre
L. C. Stiendel	
G. C. Johnston	
G. G. Ferguson	
J. M. Hershey	
W. E. Henderson.
C. J. Willoughby...
J. M. Hershey	
J. M. Hershey	
J. M. Hershey	
R. W. Irving	
T. C. Holmes	
C. Davidson 	
H. G. Burden	
Mrs. A. M. Young .
Mrs. R. Mahon
Miss N. E. Dunn .
Miss R. Mahon
G. B. Helem	
L. N. BeckwitE	
T. A. Briggs-	
C. C. Browne	
W. H. Mclntyre ...
J. M. Hershey	
W. H. Mclntyre..
D. P. Hanington..
R. D. Rush	
J. M. Hershey	
Mrs. P. Yaholmitsky
Miss E. G. Allen .
Miss N. E. Dunn .
Dog Creek	
Dome Creek 	
Donley's Landing
Doriston	
Dorr   	
Dragon Lake	
Driftwood 	
Duck Range	
Dunster .	
Eagle Bay	
Eagle Valley	
Echo Bay 	
Edgewater 	
Edgewood -
Edith Lake	
Egmont	
Elk Bridge	
Elko.
E. McRae..	
G. Ferguson..	
A. Lane Connold
A, Lane Connold
A. Christie	
D. Oliver... -
B. Brummitt	
A. Ireland...
G. Ferguson.	
Scatchard	
E. and A. Beech .
W. Patten	
E. Coy..
F. Tyerman	
W. Irving— —
A. Lane Connold
G. C. Johnston .
H. A. Christie ..
W. R. Stone	
G. A. Ootmar...
F. Inglis 	
C. Pitts	
G. B. Helem 	
G. E. Bayfield ...
C. E. McRae —
L. C. Steindel ...
J. S. Daly ....
C. Davidson .
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
E. A. Campbell...
R. B. Brummitt.
G. A. Ootmar.	
Miss D. Catling ;
Miss A. Lee
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H 39
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
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Closets.
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and adequate.
Nervous, 1; cardiac, 1; posture, 4;
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6
3
Measles, 4 _	
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poorly heated and
ventilated
Clean ; adequate.
	
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Good 	
Yes.
Frame—good 	
Adisposity,   probably   glandular,   3;
ptosis of upper eyelids, 1 ; leg deformity following injury, 1 ; scoliosis,   1;   squint,   1;   extreme   nervousness, 2
Measles ; influenza ; scarlet fever ; whooping-cough
Scarlet fever ; influenza.	
Satisfactory.....	
Lighting,   heating,
Adequate but no
sewage.
Valvular  disease of heart _ 	
and ventilation
Fair 	
Very poor 	
Satisfactory	
Good .—	
O.K.. 	
sewage.
Clean ; adequate.
Satisfactory.
Good.
tion of ear after burn, 1
O.K.
Satisfactory	
Rubella   	
Rubella ; influenza 	
Cardiac,   1  	
Crowded - 	
Fair.
O.K.  	
O.K.
......
1
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Nervousness, 2; cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary 1
Measles, 4; mumps, 1 ; chicken-
pox, 2
Good  	
Good  	
Poorly heated	
Good -- 	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory 	
Very good	
O.K.
Whooping-cough   	
Yes.
Rubella—.  	
Measles     	
Fair.
Yes.
Satisfactory _ __
Crowded ; poorly
ventilated;   lighting fair
Good  	
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Influenza  	
factory.
Good.
Fair.
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory —	
Satisfactory 	
Poorly lighted —	
Good ; new floor __.
Satisfactory ___	
Lighting fair... 	
Satisfactory	
Adequate 	
Good 	
Good— _. —
Fair ..      .-
Satisfactory  	
Good  ..... _.
Satisfactory _ _
Good —	
Good   	
Clean ; adequate.
Two; clean.
Fair.
Measles 	
Yes.
Good.
Influenza  .-. 	
Influenza ; measles  	
Good.
Good.
Clean.
Subacute   rheumatism,   1  .
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Good.
Modern.
Good  	
Good ..... 	
Satisfactory.
Fair   	
Good    ,
Fair.
Fair.
Measles;   scarlet   fever;   influenza
O.K 	
sewage.
O.K.
Satisfactory	
Satisfactorv   	
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
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T. C. Holmes    	
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C. Pitts      ..
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H. A. Christie     .
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R. D. Rush - 	
N. B. Hall 	
L. N. Beckwith
J. C. Thomas ...
8
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1
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C. Ewert ... 	
T. H. Hamilton—	
1
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.1  A. Shotton  .-
3
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7
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L. C. Steindel
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H. N. Watson—	
Miss F. Barbaree.
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1
	
1
W. Buchanan  ..
R. B. Brummitt —
9
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Gold Bridge 	
3
Goldstream     —
J. F. Grant 	
Miss D. Wilkie
2       2
51      2
61      2
51
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41  ......
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K. H. Wrav-Johnston
H. A. Christie	
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5
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Gray Creek . 	
Great Central 	
Greenslids 	
Grindrod   — — —
Ground Birch — —
Halfmoon Bay	
Hall's Landing —	
Happy Valley	
Ha^-dwicke Island  -
T. C. Thomas 	
T. H. Hamilton ....
G. B. Helem	
T. M. Hershey 	
1
121    16
51      9
31      1
11!      41  27
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
51         1    6
41  .1    1
J. H. Hamilton 	
J. F. Grant —.
R. W. Patten   -	
	
5
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14
1
50
2
1
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Miss D. Wilkie	
10
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66
2
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Miss M. Putnam .—
26
7
Harpers Camp —
Harrogate — 	
C. E. McRae .	
1       3
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H 41
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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Condition of
Building.    State if
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Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1
2
1
Good.    	
Satisfactory	
Good.
—
	
Good 	
Good.
Blepharitis, 1	
—
	
Scarlet fever...-,  	
Measles; whooping-cough	
Good	
Good 	
Fair     	
Good 	
Satisfactory.. 	
Good  ,
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
3
Good.
Otitis media, 1; gastrointestinal, 1
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Rubella   	
Yes
O.K. .	
O.K.
Good 	
Fair	
Good    	
Good ■-. _	
Good 	
Good     -	
3
—
Measles ; influenza.  , 	
Yes.
pulmonary,  1; eczema,  1 ; speech-
defect,   1
Good ,	
O.K.. 	
O.K.
O.K.-. 	
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O.K — 	
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Good - 	
Good    _	
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Very  crowded;  full
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Good -
Good	
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Posture  A,   62 ■  posture  B,   29	
2
	
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—
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...:_..
Measles  	
Measles __ _	
Aequate-  	
Good  	
Satisfactory .	
Well ventilated and
heated ;  not overcrowded
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Dilapidated building
Good... 	
Fair 	
Good —	
Good _	
Yes.
	
Influenza  (epidemic) ; septic
throat
Influenza ;   measles. 	
Measles.   	
Measles 	
Influenza.	
Yes.
_
2
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Yes.
Yes.
Good  	
Satisfactory ... _	
Interior only fair-
Good
Good.
Scarlet   fever ;   influenza ;
measles
3
sewage.
Well kept.
Satisfactory .._	
Poorly lighted.	
Satisfactory	
Paralysis,   1 ; heart,  1  , ..
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Fair        	
Eczema,   1 __ — _	
Scarlet fever, 1	
Adequate	
Good .... -..__	
Satisfactory	
O.K.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good  	
Good  	
Good — -  	
Good   -    .—	
Satisfactory	
Good .— 	
Good    	
Fair.
Influenza	
Yes.
Yes.
Skin,    1   -      - -
Rubella   _.
Fair.
1
Influenza     _
Yes.
1
Yes.
in   right   eye,   result   of  4th   July
fire-cracker accident in Portland, 1
Cardiac,  6    	
"Measles ; scarlet fever 	
Good -	
Good —    	
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Clean.
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Hilton            	
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Miss D. Catling 	
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W. E. Henderson
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Miss L. Malkin	
W. R. Stone  ..'.,
A. Francis	
R. Haugen ..  	
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R. D. Rush 	
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1   20
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W. H. Moore 	
42
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11
15
10
34
23
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J. F. Grant ...._ _.
R. B. White  	
1
Kapoor  	
H N Watson
J. P. Ellis          	
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6
8
24
11
18
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118
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9
6
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12
2
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1
1
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Mrs. A. F. Grindon...
Miss B. Thompson.—
14
G E. Wride
1
Kettle Valley 	
W. H. Wood    	
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Kingfisher. 	
K itchen er	
L. C. Steindel __
H. A. Whillsns
T. A. Lane Connold-
H. N. Watson	
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2
1
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H. H. MacKenzie
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Miss R. Mahon—	
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J. F. Grant 	
Miss D. Wilkie.    .    -
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H 43
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1
-—
Satisfactory	
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Good _.__  -
O.K.- 	
O.K.
Satisfactory  ...
Poorly heated; fair
building
Satisfactory „__
Fair.
1
Influenza    -
Scarlet fever, 1 	
Yes.
Fair.
Good   	
	
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Chicken-pox, 1 _ 	
Two;   good.
Good.
Good	
2
Good - 	
Good * 	
Yes.
Good  	
Yes.
1
Scarlet   fever;     measles;     influenza
Good. _
Good
no sewage.
Good  	
Good - 	
Measles,   2;    whooping   cough,
3
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Good
Influenza; measles.	
Chicken-pox, 3    ... _. _.     ■
Whooping-cough, 7- __ _
Clean ; adequate.
Good        	
Good       	
Good	
Rubella,  7-
Measles, 15 ; whooping-cough-
Clean; adequate.
Good   -
Good '•
clean
1
1
Good- 	
tention.
No
Yes
Influenza ;  measles ;  whooping-
cough ; chicken-pox
fnfluenza ; whooping-cough,  2 ;
scarlet fever, 1
Good.  	
Good. __	
Satisfactory  	
Crowded; well ventilated and heated
(building new Junior High,  which
will make this
school less
crowded)
Adequate	
Boys* fair ; girls*
good.
1
Clean; adequate.
Yes
Cleft  palate,  1 ;  Legge's  disease,  1 ;
Bell's palsy. 1 ; ichthyosis, 1; otitis
media, 1; blepharitis, 1; squint, 1
1
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Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Aequate,  but no
sewage.
Enlarged subnasullary lymph gland,
1; sinus arythmia, 1
[nfluenza ; measles ; scarlet
fever
Window    lighting
poor; surrounding
grounds uncleared
Influenza  	
Satisfactory  -
Clean ; adequate.
Fair
Good  	
Yes
Good-	
Satisfactory	
Poorly ventilated
Good — —	
Good	
Rubella .-   _	
Rubella
Unsanitary.
Mumps ;   whooping-cough _	
Acute    nephritis    under   treatment,
1
1
1 ;   rapid-action heart, 1 H 44
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 45
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1
Good	
Fair.
Good           ..   .
Clean.
Clean
1
Influenza  	
Influenza       	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory
Clean; adequate.
Require   rebuilding.
Clean; adequate.
Debility,   1                      	
Yes.
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Lighting    in    old
school poor;   new
school good
Poorly heated	
Light   in   one   only
fair;   both rooms
crowded
Good -	
Good
Clean; adequate.
Adequate,   but
no sewage.
O.K.
German measles, 6 ; influenza ;
chicken-pox,   2
Satisfactory 	
Needs  chinking
Satisfactory.
Good	
Crowded	
O.K	
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Good	
1
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Crowded	
Yes.
Yes.
1
1
No.
Good    	
Lighting fair	
Yes.
1
Influenza ;    measles ~
Mumps; whooping-cough	
Good	
Yes.
Good 	
Good  .-.
Good	
Good  	
Not crowded;   well
heated and ventilated
Excellent	
Well ventilated and
heating  satisfactory
Poorly lighted, ventilated, and heated
Yes.
	
Yes.
Satisfactory.
Yes.
Yes.
Influenza   (epidemic) ;   whooping-cough
Mumps, 11 	
Influenza ;  measles	
Measles   	
Nervous, 2 ; orthopaedic, 1; epilepsy,
1 ;   eczema,  1
In need of
repair.
P!Uft   pa Info     9.
Not   crowded ;    well
heated and ventilated
Rather small heater
O.K	
Yes.
Yes.
O.K.
Good  	
Frame;   fair condition ; natural ventilation ;   stove
New ; adequate	
Satisfactory-    '
Excellent,  but
crowded
Ventilation poor
Yes.
Trachoma, 2 	
Clean ; adequate.
—
Good.
flat chests, 6 ; late poliomyelitis, 1
—
Yes.
Satisfactory     .	
Measles 	
Good 	
Yes.
	
	
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Good
Good.
Cardiac,  1 ; anaemia, 2 ; scoliosis,  1 ;
psoriasis, 1;   Erb's paralysis, 1
Mumps,   17;   whooping-cough,
4
Good	
Good.
Measles 	
Measles  	
Good ;   location bad
Good  _ 	
Satisfactory;   poor
water supply
Poorlv  heated  and
lighted
quate. H 46
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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F. W. Green    .
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W. H. Wood 	
9
G. G. Ferguson	
W. H. Mclntyre	
4
M. G. Archibald	
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1
Nanaimo Bay.	
C. C. Browne  	
J. R. Parmley	
C. E. McRae   	
Miss M. Putnam
Miss M. A. Twiddy..-
3
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C. Ewert  _     .
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G. E. Wride	
A. F. Gillis     _
A. F. Gillis 	
W. H. Mclntyre
D. McCaffrey	
Miss B. Thompson-
2
1
1
1
1
9
1
1
1
4
C. Pitts      	
4
C. Pitts         	
2
Nixon Creek	
C. H. Beevor-Potts...
J. D. Galbraith 	
Miss A. Law 	
3
2
1
1
North Bend    _   .
J. P. Ellis 	
2
2
3
5
2
12
71
1
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2
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2
H. G. Burden  ...
Notch Hill    ..
W. Scatchard	
1
4
A. E. Perry	
Okanagan Centre	
G. A. Ootmar	
R. B. White	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon...
12
1
Okanagan Mission.	
G. A. Ootmar	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon	
35
Olalla     ..      .
G. E. Wride	
N. J. Ball
Miss B. Thompson-
Miss L. Crafter.	
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2
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C. E. McRae	
1
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2
3
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C. Pitts	
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2
2
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2
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A. E. Perry 	
N. J. Ball
Miss L. Crafter
29
I. F. Grant    .   	
1
W. Truax      	
2
T. A. Lane Connold
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4
4
1
6
9
1
N. B. Hall	
Miss E. G. Allen	
D. P. Hanington ._
T. A. Briggs	
C. E. McRae 	
C. H. Ployart	
4 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 47
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Condition of
Building.    State if
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ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory.
Clean; adequate.
_
Poor  ._
Good 	
Good 	
Fair 	
Good  	
Satisfactory 	
Div. 1, hard to heat;
Div. 3, no ventilation
S atisf actor y  	
Influenza 	
Measles, 3  	
Yes
Clean; adequate.
Fair.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
1
Influenza	
Adequate, Divs.
1  and  2 ; fair,
Div. 3.
V.D. heart, 1  	
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Good  —
Good
Clean; adequate.
Adequate.
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good ____
Good 	
Needs ceiling	
Good —	
Good 	
Measles ; scarlet fever 	
Influenza; whooping-cough
Clean
Tachycardia   anasmia    (rheumatic ?),
1; ana?mia, 2
	
Yes.
Good
Clean ; adequate.
Influenza; measles	
Not  up   to   modern
standards
Good 	
O.K.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
0 K.
O.K	
O.K.
Satisfactory  ,
Good 	
Good	
Requires better insulation
Poorly   ventilated,
lighted,  and heated ;    crowded
Good 	
Good      	
Yes.
Good.
5
1
Clean ; adequate.
poor  repair.
Good.
1
Yes.
Good  	
Good       	
Measles;   15;    chicken-pox,   32
O.K.
Good   	
No improvement has
been     made     in
lighting,     which
last      year     was
pointed out as defective
Poorly   heated	
Good 	
Fairly   well   heated
and    ventilated;
not crowded
Excellent —	
Fair 	
Old equipment	
Satisfactory	
Dirty.
Infantile   eczema,   2;     kyphosis,    1 ;
undescended   testicle,    2 :    osteitis.
1 ;  otitis  media,  2;    systolic  murmurs, 2
1
Scarlet   fever,   5;    measles,   1
Influenza - '     	
Measles,  12 ;   mumps,  10 —	
influenza,  1;   whooping-cough,
1
Mumps ;   whooping-cough-	
Yes.
Clean.
Cardiac,  1 ;   infantile paralysis, 1
5
1
Good.
Cardiac,  1; nervous, 1 ; anjemia,  1 .
at time of
examination.
Excellent.
—
1
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Nervousness,    1 ;     presystolic    murmur, 3 ;   systolic murmur, 2 ;   sinus
arryth,   1;    nephritis,    1 ;    cretinism,  1
German measles ;   chicken-pox ;
measles;    mumps;     scarlet
fever
Fair	
Good 	
Good. 	
Good —
Good  	
Satisfactory	
Fair ____
Somewhat   crowded
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Svstolic murmur,   1 	
Chicken -pox 	
malnutrition, 2
Measles ;    mumps	
Good    	
Crowded    building;
poor heating
Good.
Yes.
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Good  	
Good.
1
Lighting poor	
Good. H 48
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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J. M. Hershey	
J. S. Daly	
C. Davidson 	
P. Ewert-	
Miss N. E. Dunn	
Park Siding
Parksville  	
Parson.
Pass Creek     ..   .
P a v il ion	
Peace View 	
Pemberton
Pemberton Meadows
Pemberton Range	
Pender Island	
Pender Island, South	
Penny	
Miss D. MacKenzie..
L. N. Beckwith	
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C. H. Ployart	
J. M. Hershey 	
N. J. Paul 	
4
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N. J. Paul	
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W. F. Mackay     ..
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Pine  —	
A. F. Gillis—      .
Pine, North..    .
Pine, Upper _	
Mrs. A. M. Young
Mrs. A. M. Young
J. M. Hershey	
Pioneer Mine  .
Pitt. Lake
G. R. Barrett	
Popcum	
Port AliV.p
W. E. Henderson
2
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Port Mellon  	
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R. W. Patten	
F. Inglis 	
Port Simpson 	
Pouce Coupe   	
Pouce Coupe, Central
Pouce Coupe, East	
Powell River:
James Thompson.	
Henderson    _ 	
A. E. Perry	
Rl       8
J. M. Hershey.	
J. M. Hershey..	
J. M. Hershey    .
Miss R. Mahon	
Miss R. Mahon	
Miss R. Mahon	
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Princeton..  ...
W. S. Kergin      ._
D. McCaffrey	
H. H. MacKenzie.
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Miss D. Mackenzie-
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Qualicum, Little	
Quatsino ...    	
Queen Charlotte	
Queen Bay	
Quesnel           	
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Quesnel, West	
Quick       —
Read Island     	
Red Gap 	
Red Lake    —    — 	
Red Pass Junction	
Reid Lake 	
Reiswig.   __
C. Davidson —
C. Davidson	
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D. J. Barclay	
G. D. Oliver 	
C. E. McRae	
G. D. Oliver 	
R. B. Brummitt
N. B. Hall  	
C. Davidson  	
J. A. Ireland
W. Bramley-Moore ..
C. Ewert —_ 	
0. Morris -	
L. N. Beckwith
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W. H. Wood	
W. H. Wood      ..
Rock Creek
Hock Creek, Upper..
32ock Mountain	
W. H. Wood	
Roe Lake
C. E. McRae
Miss N. E. Dunn
Rolla 	
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H 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.
O.K       .
Fair.
Good.
Rubella  	
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
O.K  	
1
—
Adequate 	
Mitral,   1 	
3
—-
—
Chicken-pox..	
Rubella ; influenza  	
German measles.  	
Good.
—
Good —_ _ _
Good	
Good
Clean; adequate.
	
	
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Yes.
Chicken-pox,  5 ; whooping-
cough, 6
factory
Good.. 	
Good      	
Clean ; adequate.
O.K 	
O.K.
Satisfactory ~	
—
—
Limited epidemic of pinkeye-
Satisfactory 	
Fairly good	
Good  _
Fair.
A systolic murmur, functional, 1	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
—
—
Good -_._ 	
Good   	
Good.
Excellent  	
Adequate..	
Good.
Influenza  	
Scarlet fever ;  rubella 	
Rubella; influenza	
Rubella ... 	
Good  	
Faulty    posture,    1 ;     nervous    congenital, 1
Satisfactory	
Lighting inadequate
Satisfactory.
Fair.
Mumps; whooping-cough	
Mumps ; whooping-cough	
ing fair
Good— 	
Good 	
Good 	
Excellent 	
Excellent  ...
Yes.
Yes.
4
Yes.
Nothing but  2  cases  of influenza   (slight)
Rubella, 200      	
Excellent.
psedic, 4
Rubella	
Satisfactory —	
Satisfactory.   -
Satis f acto r y	
Good  	
Fair.
ture, 4
1
1
tation, 1
.....
Satisfactory ____ 	
Crowded 	
New school ready for
occupation in Sept.
Good     	
Crowded ; lighting
poor.
Good       —-   .
Fair.
Rheumatic heart, 3 ; chronic eczema.
2
Chicken-pox 	
Satisfactory.
Good.
Rheumatic heart,   1   	
Chicken-pox .— ..  	
Measles, 6  	
Clean ; adequate.
Stove ; poor 	
Satisfactory. _
Good
Yes.
Good.
Eczema,  1    _ _ _	
S a tisf acto r y	
Good     	
Frame ; good 	
Poorly ventilated ____
SatisfaTctory 	
Satisfactory   	
Frame ; good	
Good  	
Adequate,  	
..... 1   ...
Scarlet fever, 1	
Yes.
Good.
Cleft  palate,   1 ;  trachoma,   1 	
.....
Clean ; adequate.
WVinnniucr-nonp-h
Measles ; whooping-cough	
Good 	
Poorly ventilated
Good    	
Satisf actory 	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory	
Good    	
Satisfactory	
Wet.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Good.
Pulmonary,   3;    hernia   inguinal,   1;
heart, 1 ; otitis media, 2
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Rubella 	
Satisfactory. H 50
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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J. M. Hershey  .
H. A. Christie	
Miss N. E. Dunn	
17
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Rose Hill -   —._	
Rose Lake	
J. P. Ellis  -
J. A. Ireland 	
C. E. McRae.       	
T. C. Holmes   . 	
1
1
1
3
2
6
1
1
5
1
1
3
3
2
6
1
1
Rose Prairie.	
Round Lake	
J. M. Hershey	
R. B. Brummitt	
Mrs. A. M. Young
C. J. Willoughby	
E. R. Hicks	
Rutland.  	
Sahtlam 	
Salmo  	
Salmon Bench	
G. A. Ootmar	
H. N. Watson 	
Mrs. A. F. Grindon—
Miss A. Law	
N. E. Morrison	
C. Ewert 	
Salmon Valley  ,.,..
Sanca   	
L. C. Steindel	
H. A. Christie. 	
9
1
5
5
3
_
3
1
7
11
4
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
Sandon 	
Sandspit    	
Sandwick   .. _
Saskatoon Creek	
Saturna.	
Savona	
Savon a Road	
Savory 	
Sayward 	
Sechelt 	
Seton Lake Creek 	
Seven Mile Corner	
Seymour Arm 	
Shalalth	
G. A. Charter.	
T. A. Briggs..	
Miss N. E. Dunn	
1
W. F. Mackay	
S. A. Wallace	
2
1
1
...  -
5
1
3
6
1
4
C. Pitts             	
1
1
....
4
R. W. Patten	
F. Inglis ._ - -
Mrs. E. M. Walls
C. H. Ployart   	
	
C. H. Ployart	
F. T. Stanier-	
F. T. Stanier ,.
1
1
3
2
1
3
2
2
1
1
4
2
11
Cowichan Health
Centre
Cowichan Health
Centre
Miss N. E. Dunn
9
5
1
1
1
4
8
4
2
1
4
57
5
3
6
2
16
2
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Shawnigan, West	
Shearerdale  	
Sheep Creek	
Shelley 	
Sheraton	
Shere — 	
Sheridan Lake  !
S hi rley	
Shoal Bay -	
Shoreacres 	
Shuswap - 	
Shuswap Falls	
F. W. Green     	
2
1
2
C. Ewert
T. C. Ho'mes    	
C. E. McRae	
J. F. Grant
1
7
1
2
1
5
4
5
14
Miss D. Wilkie.   	
R. W. Patten	
H. H. MacKenzie
1
12
1
	
1
Sicamous.  .
Sidney 	
Silver Creek	
Silverton  ____ 	
Simoom Sound	
Sinclair 	
Sir dar  	
Sisters Creek	
Skidegate 	
S. E. and A. Beech—
FL G. Burden	
1
4
6
1
12
3
1
1
1
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5
22
3
1
1
1
1
4
3
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3
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1
2
2
1
2
1
3
3
15
1
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1
4
36
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6
5
78
12
2
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6
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R. W. Patten	
F. E. Coy	
L. C. Steindel	
G. D. Oliver	
G. A. Charter 	
1
4
2
1
2
2
1
H. H. MacKenzie	
H. H. MacKenzie	
R. B. Brummitt -
G. G. Ferguson	
C. E. McRae     	
Slocan, South (Slocan
Junction)
Smithers	
Snowshoe 	
Soda Creek  ...
Sointula.-	
Solsqua— -	
Sooke 	
3...
4
2
3
4
3
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G. E. Bayfield	
J. H. Hamilton 	
E. M. Robertson    - MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 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.
Rubella   —
Heating only fair;
ventilation poor
Satisfactory 	
Good.	
1
No.
Good 	
Good—  	
O.K	
Fair.
0 K.
Rubella.  _- 	
Satisfactory.
Clean ; adequate.
0 K
Good „ .
Good   .
Yes
Cardiac, 13 ; anaamia, 4; scoliosis, 4;
trachoma, 3 ; infantile paralysis, 2
2
	
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Influenza ;  mumps,   43 ;  infantile paralysis, 1
Scarlet fever, 2 	
Influenza	
Good ; basement
room in use
crowded
Fair	
Not satisfactory.
Fairly clean ; in
need of repair.
Satisfactory.
Cardiac, 2 ; orthopaedic, 2 ; chorea, 1;
pulmonary, 1
Satisfactory	
Good— —	
Adequate.
Adequate, but
no sewage.
Clean; adequate.
Satisfactory	
Scarlet fever, 22	
Rubella—  	
Satisfactory  	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes
Cleft palate, 1	
Satisfactory  	
Stove old and inadequate ;    otherwise
satisfactory
Good 	
Flat feet, 1      	
Clean
Good  	
Clean ; adequate.
Cardiac,  1 	
Lighting   none   too
Old.
Rubella  —	
good
Satisfactory 	
Very poor 	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory.
Whooping-cough   	
Crowded 	
O.K.
Clean ; adequate.
•
Only fair. 	
Fair —	
Adequate 	
1  mental  child referred to  clinic  re
jected for school, undesirable
Good	
Good .....	
Good —. 	
Poor building; overcrowded ;  no playground
Good	
Dirty.
Two: good.
1
Nervous, 3 ; orthopaedic, 1-	
Posture, 5 ; cardiac, 12	
2
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Measles  	
Measles, 63__ 	
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
M easles  ....
Satisfactory	
Clean ; adequate.
Adequate..— 	
Good
Good.
Scarlet   fever;   measles ;   influenza ; whooping-cough
Satisfactory _.
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
no sewage.
Satisfactory.
Clean ; adequate.
Heart, 1 __.._ 	
—
Heart, 1   	
At least 100 cases of measles __
Good—	
Clean; adequate.
Good...	
Good .....
Good  —
Lighting improved;
otherwise satisfactory
Influenza 	
Nervous, 2   (mild chorea, 1) ; mitral
murmurs, 4
Yes. H 52
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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T. C. Holmes
10
6
4
6
7
4
1
1
5
4
G. B. Helm —	
J. S. Cull
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
5
11
1
2
3
3
C. E. McRae	
2
4
24
2
41
10
3
2
1
4
6
 2
8
5
20
8
35
1
2
3
4
3
3
7
18
1
6
10
4
5
6
19
2
5
J. C. Thomas	
1
1
2
1
2
3
1
M. G. Archibald	
N. J. Paul
N. B. Hall 	
33
""4
5
3
17
""3
2
2
3
3
G. E. Wride  	
T. C. Holmes	
Miss B. Thompson	
W. R. Stone	
1
1
2
S. E. and A. Beech....
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Sunnyside No. 2	
C. R. Symmes	
A. E. Perry.	
1
1
2
„
3
3
5
1
1
2
1
7
3
3
1
4
1
6
3
11
4
4
1
2
3
1
1
14
1
1
.....
7
1
3
6
2
1
""2
5
3
6
2
4
1
2
3
8
11
7
6
4
6
5
10
1
Miss L. Malkin	
Miss N. E. Dunn
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Sunset Prairie  	
J. M. Hershey	
J. M. Hershey	
2
6
1
12
§
33
2
2
6
10
3
4
5
2
9
1
""3
7
1
6
"24
4
20
5
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3
2
1
.....
13
3
Miss N. E. Dunn
131.	
131.	
411      8
1
15l	
251      2
151       4
91.	
12!
121       1
Sylvan Glade 	
C. Ewert   .            .   .,.
F. T. Stanier.	
C. Ewert       	
Cowichan Health
Centre
H. H. MacKenzie
S. E. and A. Beech ..
S. E. and A. Beech ...
F. W. Green	
141     11
71        7
Tapnen Valley    .
Ta Ta Creek 	
Tatalrose     ,     	
2
1
3
7
1
5
5
7
3
24
36
15
1
6
27
3
2
12
10
T. C. Holmes
1
2
2
"1
1
2
■T. M. Hershey.	
T. C. Holmes	
R. B. Brummitt.	
S. Mills
Miss L. Malkin.	
9
41
2
1
1
117|
341     14
121
151      1
20
1
18
13
3
14
1
12
N. J. Ball   .
Miss L. Crafter.	
Tete Jaune 	
M. F. Lucas	
C. Ewert     *  	
L. M. Beckwith	
R. W. Patten	
T. C. Holmes	
•L G. Robertson	
R. B. Brummitt
M. G. Archibald
R. Haugen	
0. Morris 	
T. A. Briggs	
H. E. Cannon	
J. M. Hershey.	
W. Scatchard 	
-T. M. Hershey	
T. H. Hamilton	
W. E. Bavis	
T. C. Holmes 	
E. R. Hicks - 	
W. D. Keith 	
S. Mills	
1
1
2
 2
27
2
1
1
5
fi
Thurston Bay
Tintagel  	
Tofino.  	
6
fi
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1
1
1
1
601
151.	
131      1
91.
12!
2371      1
141.     •
1
81.	
I
121.     .
191
91.	
521      2
1
1
141
581	
1031 _.
18 	
221
131
11!      1
16l      2
1
1
5
Trinity Creek 	
Trinity Valley. 	
Tsolum    —	
Tulameen	
Tupper Creek 	
Turtle Valley	
Tuscolla Mountain	
Twelve Mile Ferry „
Ucluelet	
Uncha Valley	
Union Bay 	
University Hill	
Usk   	
Valdes Island:
Quathiaski Cove	
Cape Mudge 	
Valemont	
Val 1 i c an  —
31      5
11    1
461    50
4
6
99
10
2
1
7
2
2
 2
14
17
"4
2       2
6       7
.   1
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky.
2
1
3
2
6
20
2
2
......
1
6
2
4
3
26
1
5
3
4
2
7
36
11
10
3
Mrs. C. A. Lucas
 1
2
1
3
N. R. Hall - "   ■
N. P. HaH
W. Bramley-Moore __
H. H. MacKenzie .	
1!	
1
71       ll MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 53
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc. J.
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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.
1
1
Excellent 	
Good.
Mumps (teacher) __	
Good -	
O.K	
Yes.
Fair.
Mumps ; whooping-cough ..
Measles ; chicken-pox.. —
Chicken-pox  	
Fair 	
Good -       -
Good   ..    .
Satisfactory 	
Only fair.  	
Good       	
Yes.
Satisfactory.
Good.
.....
Yes.
Good     -
Yes.
Heart,   1            	
German measles	
Pertussis ; influenza 	
Whooping-cough; mumps	
Good   	
Building fair ;  ventilation and heating poor
Satisfactory	
Fair __ -	
Good      	
Yes.
Nervous, 2 ; cardiac, 1 ; orthopaedic, 1
Cardiac, 1   	
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
O.K -	
O.K.
Good     ..
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Good   —
Yes.
4
Measles  	
Fair.
Measles, 1  	
Good  -
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactorv  _
Unsatisfactory.—	
Satisfactory          .
Good 	
Rubella           	
1
 2
3
Rubella _	
Rubella   __ —
Fair.
Fair.
Cardiac, 1     	
Clean ; adequate.
Good   	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Good. -	
O.K.              	
Heart, 2  ■    	
Measles  	
Measles....   	
Nervous,   1     	
...
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
O.K.
Orthopaedic, 3 ;   cleft palate, 1 	
Rubella   	
S a tis f ac to ry	
O.K 	
Fair.
O.K.
Follicular   conjunctivitis,   1  	
1
	
At least 15 cases of measles	
Good	
Good   .. -- -
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Systolic murmur,  2  	
Acute eczema  '"■ 	
Good 	
Good.— —- -
Well cared for _
Adequate -. —
O.K.            	
Yes.
i
,z.
Mumps ; whooping-cough ;
chicken-pox
Good.
O K.
Good 	
Good -	
Measles, 6  _	
	
......
Adequate 	
No    	
Crowded  	
Spacious ; good
lio-btinT ; warm
Ventilation fair	
Good       	
Tachycardia, 1    .   - .
Scarlet fever, 8  	
Chicken-pox.	
Adequate.
paedic,   1     	
	
Yes.
Acute  appendicitis,   1    	
Rubella ; chicken-pox 	
Influenza   	
Sat i s f a c to ry  	
Good  — _.
Good -—	
O.K.
Poor.
...... 1.......
1
1
Clean : adequate
urinal should
be provided foi
boys in Div. 1.
0 K
Measles	
Rubella, 8; mumps, 1	
Good       	
Yes.
Heart, 3 ; orthopaedic, 7 	
Heating   and   ventilating   much   improved
Good 	
Good 	
Good
Clean ; flushing
unsatisfactory.
Yes.
Measles ; influenza 	
Yes.
Measles ;  influenza ;  chicken-
pox
Satisfactory ....
Adequate.
Heart, 1 	 H 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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2
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7
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8
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71
7
16
14
11
46
20
32
19
16
6
57
29
64
58
13
73
14
10
211
36
13
8
8
88
6
8
26
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14
1
2
6
3
12
3
14
3
3
6
2
17
24
1
15
1
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81
16
4
4
4
25
1
2
7
1
1
7
4
3
3
30
9
7
9
1
37
5
2
19
14
6
17
11
W. Bramley-Moore	
R. D. Rush	
C. J. Willoughby.
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3
4
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H. A. Christie.	
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2
W. R. Stone ... 	
'   1
1
1
3
1
5
14
5
1
3
3
 9
1
1
C. C. Browne — 	
1
1
D. P. Hanington
T. W. Sutherland
G. A. Ootmar.	
Miss E. G. Allen
l
2
1
2
2
1
4
3
1
13
16
2
81
14
2
11
1
2
1
2
Wells
Miss M. Gowan	
a
BR
W. H. Wood	
2
„
2
2
1
N. B. Hall
White Lake
S. E. and A. Beech
D. 3. Barclay	
C. E. McRae      ...   .
2
2
Willow Brook —
J. M. Hershey	
C. E. McRae 	
H. H. MacKenzie-	
C. Ewert             	
Miss N. E. Dunn
2
4
Willow Point..	
10
13
1
9
2
C. Pitts	
J. M. Hershey	
F. E. Coy     	
8
24
24
12
39
64
25
21
17
6
118
9
20
61
61
16
64
55
1
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1
1
Willow Valley 	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky.
6
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6
4
3
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2
6
4
2
3
 9
1
2
25
2
13
12
4
13
35
11
1
15
3
48
3
5
15
9
5
36
18
1
1
F. Inglis	
1
2
12
1
4
15
2
2
10
3
17
13
 .!_._..
F. E. Coy	
13
2
4
1
2
 3
1
1
1
2
4
Winfield 	
G. A. Ootmar 	
G. D. Oliver	
Mrs. A. Grindon
9
19
16
""60
5
23
13
9
Wistaria ... 	
T. C. Holmes	
G. E. Stanley        _   .
4
1
1
1
6
11
4
Wycliffe          	
F. W. Green
9.
L. C. Stiendel	
1
6
4
4
10
9
6
4
9
4
Yahk 	
L. C. Stiendel    	
1
Vt|Is
P. McCaffrey	
1
3
C. H. Beevor-Potts —
Miss A. Law	
3 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1936-37.
H 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.
1
Not crowded; good
ventilation ; properly heated
Good	
Yes.
Satisfactory.
O.K
O.K	
Good.	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Satisfactory 	
Clean ; adequate.
Influenza; measles	
Clean; adequate.
—
—
Lighting poor	
Good..    -	
Yes.
Yes.
Good -	
Cardiac,  1   	
zz
Measles	
Good _	
Clean.
Good  -	
Good.
Chicken-pox, 1 __   _
Good.
Yes.
O.K  _	
Fair.
1
Mumps ;  whooping-cough	
Good   	
Good  	
Building good; stove
poor
Yes
Chronic bronchitis, 1	
Influenza _ 	
Girls' inade-
qate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.    -	
Rubella ; influenza...	
Good
Satisfactory  _
Only fair 	
Satisfactory.
Heart,  1.     	
 1.......
Good	
Satisfactory 	
Good  	
Good ..-_ _	
Good  	
Influenza, 1 ; mumps, 1	
Whooping-cough,  16 ; chicken-
pox, 8
0 K.
Adequate	
Good 	
1
Measles, 45 ; chicken-pox, 3
Vincont's angina, 2 ; chronic osteomyelitis of femur, 1
Good - 	
Very good	
Satisfactory 	
Light   poor   in   one
room ; otherwise
satisfactory
Good ... _	
Temporary	
Good; poorly heated
Adiposity, probably glandular, 1	
Influenza; whooping-cough;
scarlet fever ; measles
Measles ;   influenza ;   scarlet
fever
Measles  	
German measles, 7 ; influenza-
Measles, 30 	
Adequate, but
no sewage.
__
	
no sewage.
Nervous,   1 ;  cardiac,   1 ; eczema,   1;
pulmonary,  1
1
2
i
Clean ; adequate. H 56
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SUMMARY OP DEFECTS, 1936-37.
Normal
Schools.
High
Schools.
Junior
High
Schools.
Graded
City
Schools.
Rural
Municipal
Schools.
Rural and
Assisted
Schools.
Total.
Malnutrition       	
12
4
6
3
19
28
10
4
24
656
1
999
169
102
182
996
3,405
343
566
685
46G
2
366
23
48
172
424
758
219
209
.     195
2,715
162
1,583
425
819
1,271
4,551
8,283
2,0'61
794
1,529
775
251
962
124
586
1,244
3,377
4,078
1,697
861
558
892
259
1,869
268
1,063
2,356
5,541
7,215
2,703
1,970
579
5,504
675
5,791
1,013
2,624
5,228
Enlarged tonsils   —    	
Defective teeth    	
14,908
23,767
7,033
4,404
Other conditions-    	
3,570
Totals... _	
110
8,104
2,882
24,193
14,513
24,715
74,517
197
197
19,995
16,844
7,073
5,186
44,204
38,466
19,694
17,956
22,006
21,114
113,169
99,763
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Bani-ield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1938.
725-1137-9191

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