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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
TWENTY-THIRD REPORT
OF   THE
MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS
FOR   THE
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30th, 1934
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1934.  !	
Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., October 31st, 1934.
To His Honour J. W. Pordham Johnson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Tour Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Report of the Medical Inspection of Schools
for the year ended June 30th, 1934.
G. M. WEIR,
Provincial Secretary.  REPORT ON MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS.
Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., October 31st, 1934.
The Honourable G. M. Weir, M.A., D.Paed.,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Herewith I beg leave to hand you the Twenty-third Annual Report of the Medical
Inspection of Schools for the Province of British Columbia.
The writing of an Annual Report consists of a true account of the circumstances and conditions in connection with the work reported on, which will show either an advance or a
retrogression.
The work which we are charged with in regard to the schools consists of a thorough
examination once a year of each pupil in the Province, and the results of such examinations are
reported to the Provincial Board of Health and published. On the face of it, the change in
results is not striking to the casual reader. It is difficult to show fully the results of the work,
especially in a changing population as we have in the schools.
We have noticed in the public press reports of speeches made by critics who take the
Annual Report as rendered, and which shows the existence of certain numbers of defects in each
school, and consider that a subject for criticism and condemnation. They do not take the trouble
to consult the Department as to the actual results which have been obtained in British Columbia
from the governmental activities in regard- to preventive work in the schools.
Clinics are carried on in the different districts ; defects are looked for and remedial measures
recommended, and we see that they are carried out. Taking the Saanich Municipality, which
is adjacent to the city, as a criterion, I may point out that we can show striking results under
the following heads: (a) The control of infectious diseases, which under part-time control
would assume epidemic proportions, necessitating the closure of schools; (6) correction of
insanitary conditions, which were legion because of absence of a sewerage system and lack of
proper sanitary inspection and building restrictions; (c) the improvement of the health and
protection of the school population; (d) pre-natal and infant welfare, and the care of the
pre-school child so that defects may be corrected previous to the entrance of the child in the
schools; (e) health education, which is carried on intensely in the schools, and also extended
to the adult population by the officials of the Health Unit staff; (/) the raising of the standard
of milk-supplies, dairying being a major activity in this area.
To show the care taken, I may point out that, knowing, as we do, the greatest percentage
of infection occurs in the school-child, and that in all infections of an epidemic nature the child
is " under the weather " and unable to attend school for about a week, we instituted a regulation
that any child absent two days or longer cannot return to school without a signed permit from
the Medical Officer, which is only granted after an examination by the Medical Officer or a visit
and examination of the absent child at his home by the nurse. Furthermore, any child taking
sick or feeling unwell at school is sent home and stays away until seen by the nurse. With a
sufficient staff, we can also save the child needless absence from school when exposed to infection
by allowing him to attend in the incubation period; and in the average child this may mean the
difference between passing and repeating a grade.
This method gives us the required information and control of infection, and we are proud
to say we have had no epidemics or closure of schools since the Health Unit began functioning.
So well has this control benefited Saanich that the saving alone in Isolation Hospital bills,
saving of school-time, and lessening of retardation has already probably repaid the cost of the
Health Unit in the past five years.
We have raised the average attendance of schools for the school-year from 81.92 per cent,
to 92.9 per cent. We append a table showing the increase in attendance since the institution
of the Health Unit in Saanich Municipality. K 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Percentage of Attendance of Enrolled Pupils, Saanich Schools.
School-
year.
Sept.
Oct.
Nor.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
April.
May.
June.
Average.
Per Cent.
1924-25
93.08
89.10
88.10
85.30
84.30
79.70
76.80
74.70
74.02
74.10
81.92
1925-26
94.30
89.70
90.30
88.70
80.20
77.80
76.70
79.40
76.80
75.90
82.98
1926-27
93.30
91.30
87.20
84.20
78.40
79.90
81.70
77.70
79.20
76.90
82.98
1927-28
93.50
91.60
93.20
89.20
91.20
92.40
92.90
92.80
95.80
92.20
93.48
1928-29
94.70
93.90
92.50
93.30
88.60
90.50
94.01
93.60
90.80
92.90
92.48
1929-30
94.70
93.10
92.90
94.10
87.60
88.30
93.00
93.20
93.20
93.80
92.40
Pull-time Health J
1930-31
95.50
93.30
95.20
95.80
94.60
92.40
92.60
94.40
94.50
91.50
93.98
Unit in charge
1931-32
95.21
96.26
94.30
94.42
92.70
92.60
93.33
94.77
95.74
91.90
94.12
1032-33
96.00
94.50
86.20
92.37
93.90
91.13
92.31
93.85
94.00
92.30
92.656
-
1933-34
94.10
93.00
93.80
93.45
90.70
91.50
92.90
93.95
92.99
93.10
92.944
While the critics direct attention to the defects reported, yet I would point out that the
last report showed that, in Saanich, 50 per cent, of the defects in the pupils were corrected.
We also carried on our work amongst the children before they entered school and for the same
year just mentioned there were 40 per cent, of the defects corrected in the class entering school.
I may also point out that the improvement in attendance has raised the scholastic achievement of the pupils, and from the report of the Municipal Inspector of Schools we find that while
the tardation has cost Saanich over $17,000 in 1928, this was reduced the following year to
$11,000, and afterwards the cost of repeaters was kept down to $600. This would show that
commendation of the work should be considered rather than criticism of a portion of the Report,
in regard to defects, which has been magnified in a way that would tend to cause the casual
reader to consider that neglect on the part of the Government was the cause of these defects.
We are constantly keeping before the public the results of our work. We have registered
about 850 pre-school children in this particular district, who receive frequent visits from the
nurses and the mothers are given regular instruction in their care and protection. This has
gradually resulted in the lessening of sickness, as shown by the ever-decreasing bedside-nursing
visits and the increasing number of visits along preventive lines, such as child-welfare and home-
school visits. The nursing visits have decreased from 2,800 to 1,700 in five years, which is a
fair indication of the improvement of the health of the community. During the same five years
the child-welfare visits have increased from 1,700 to about 2,000 and the home-school visits
from 200 to 2,000. We now have three baby clinics a month where mothers receive instructions
and the babies undergo thorough examinations. We have also established a pre-school dental
clinic which has proved a great success. Classes in home-nursing are given where practicable.
Addresses to various organizations are given, and demonstrations or exhibits of some phase of
public health are given whenever possible.
We are bringing about these results in spite of the depression, and we feel a justifiable pride
in the fact that the infectious diseases have been brought down almost to a minimum.
In addition to the work referred to above, similar work is being carried on in other centres,
and all of the schools in the Province are being examined. As an evidence of the kind of work
that is being carried on in the Health Centres, we are appending a report from the North
Vancouver Health Unit, which is under the charge of Dr. Amyot.
NORTH VANCOUVER HEALTH UNIT, ANNUAL REPORT, 1933.
Dr. H. E. Young,
Provincial Health Officer,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—In preparing this report an attempt has been made to replace the usual formal one
with a more interesting and simple narrative report.
HEALTH UNIT ORGANIZATION.
The North Vancouver Health Unit was organized during the summer of 1930 and started
work on September 2nd, 1930.    It replaced the Health Departments of the City and District of MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34. K 7
North Vancouver and the School Health Services for these two areas. The population served is
estimated as 14,000, with a school population of 2,500.
The personnel of the Unit consists of a Director, who is Health Officer and School Medical
Inspector in both the city and district. The Director uses his own car for his work and is paid
an allowance of $35 per month.
Two Public Health Nurses, who carry out a generalized public-health nursing programme,
including school-nursing. No bedside-nursing is carried on by the Health Unit staff. Each
nurse has the use of a Unit car.
These members of the Health Unit personnel have all received training in public health.
The Unit also has some part-time services of an employee of the City of North Vancouver
to act as Sanitary Inspector in that area.
THE HEALTH UNIT COMMITTEE.
Due to the financial condition of the City and District of North Vancouver, a Commissioner
was appointed in 1932 to replace the Councils and School Boards and to take complete charge
of this area. The Commissioner, Mr. Charles Tisdall, appointed four members to replace the
former Health Unit Committee of eight.
This Committee controls the financial and business transactions of the Unit. It meets once
a month to receive a report from the Director of the Unit and attend to its other duties.
The Committee acts as a buffer between the Unit and the municipal authorities and the public.
The Committee has always been composed of prominent and interested citizens and has helped
the Unit in every way possible.    The Committee of 1933 has been no exception.
The Rockefeller Foundation has contributed one-quarter of the total budget annually. An
equal amount has come from the Provincial Board of Health. Due to the difficult economic
conditions of these municipalities, this help has been continued beyond the time agreed and has
enabled the Unit to carry on its work. The two municipalities meet the other half on a %-%
basis adjusted by school population.
THE HEALTH UNIT OFFICES.
The Health Unit offices, two rooms in all, are situated at the back entrance on the main
floor of the North Vancouver General Hospital. This location is central to all the city schools.
It is also ideal in that the practising physicians find it convenient for biological products,
laboratory specimen containers, and the leaving of laboratory specimens for transportation.
It is also convenient for conferences with the Health Unit staff. The Unit staff assists the
hospital in an advisory capacity when necessary.
GENERAL HEALTH OF THE COMMUNITY.
The general health of the community has been good. From the first of the new year to the
middle of April there were only nine cases of communicable diseases reported. Following this
there was an increase, mostly due to whooping-cough and chicken-pox. The whooping-cough did
not increase to any alarming extent. Chicken-pox caused a great deal of annoyance during May
and June, but declined in the summer and was under control by the fall. Mumps appeared in
October, and as there were many atypical unreported cases among pre-school children and adults
considerable trouble was experienced in its control. There were still some cases at the close
of the year. Mild atypical cases of scarlet fever have appeared, and though difficult to control
have been kept within reasonable bounds. In spite of the number of cases of infectious diseases,
it has been possible to keep school attendance well up.
North Vancouver City and District are in very close contact with the Metropolitan Area of
Greater Vancouver. There is an average of 80,000 passengers carried by the North Vancouver
ferries each month. This extensive intercommunication gives an opportunity for the spread of
any communicable diseases that may exist in the Greater Vancouver Area. Also, the extensive
toxoid campaign in Vancouver has favourably affected this area. No cases of diphtheria have
been reported for at least two and a half years.
A toxoid campaign was started in the fall of this year and the response was good for this
area.    This is being continued indefinitely.
There has been a surprising absence of serious communicable diseases, particularly typhoid.
There has not been a case of typhoid here since the Unit was established, while formerly there
had been a number of cases annually. K 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The milk and water supplies have been carefully checked. The milk-supply has not only
increased in quantity, but in safety. Milk-producers have co-operated very well with the Unit
in every way. There are a number of improvements to be considered for the future. Some
details of the care of milk offered for sale can be improved. I would suggest that every store
be required to procure a special permit to sell milk. No splitting of sealed bottles or cans of
milk should be permitted or the exchange of caps in stores or wagons.
SEPTIC TANKS AND DRY TOILETS.
Septic tanks and dry toilets need a few changes in the by-laws to permit the repair of certain
details where the owners are not in an economic position to meet the by-laws.
As houses and shacks not conforming with the by-laws re plumbing and sanitation become
vacant they are condemned and placarded, and an attempt is made to have them destroyed as
early as possible. Most of these houses are occupied by families on relief, and if they are
condemned while occupied there would be no place for them to live.
REACTION OF THE PUBLIC TO THE HEALTH PROGRAMME.
The general public of this area have increased their support of and co-operation with the
Health Unit during the past year and seem to be more satisfied with the service they are
receiving.
VITAL STATISTICS.
The following information will be of particular interest in a report of this nature. Where
rates are given we must bear in mind that when working with such small figures one death will
greatly influence the rate.
Total Births, Deaths, Still-births, and Marriages, 1933.—Population, 13.7S8. Births, 204;
rate per 1,000, 14.1. Deaths, 118; rate per 1,000, 8.5. Still-births, 11; rate per 1,000, 0.78.
Marriages, 48;   rate per 1,000, 3.50.
N.B.—There were fourteen other non-resident deaths in the North Vancouver General
Hospital in 1933.
Tuberculosis, Deaths and Cases, 1933.—Deaths, 5; rate per 100,000, population, 36. Cases,
35 ;  rate per 100,000 population, 253.
Infant Mortality, 1933.—Number of living births, 204; number of deaths under 1 year, 8;
rate per 1,000 living births, 39.
Infant Mortality by Causes of Death.—Prematurity, 5 ; diseases of digestive system, 3;
total, 8.
Deaths by Ages.—A rather surprising figure is that 90 deaths out of a total of IIS resident
deaths—that is, 76.3 per cent—were in the age-group of 50 and over.
Report of Special Divisions of Public Health.—This part of the report will include, briefly,
the more detailed highlights of the different specialized sections or divisions of the Unit
programme.
INFANT AND CHILD WELFARE.
(a.) Pre-natal and Infant Welfare.—Monthly letters are sent out to all reported pregnant
women and mothers of infants. These letters are a very inexpensive way of producing many
desired public-health results and are greatly appreciated by the mothers.
We still feel that we are not able to keep under supervision a sufficient number of pre-natal
cases. The detailed numerical report shows few pre-natal visits, but a large number of the
known pre-natal cases are turned over to the supervision of the Victorian Order Nurse who will
ultimately assist at the delivery. The Victorian Order Nurse also co-operates well with this
Unit in supervising the care of infants. The Health Unit nurses only visit cases not under the
V.O.N, supervision.
A well-baby clinic is held by this Unit weekly. The results from this part of the programme
are surprisingly good and the general run of infants whose parents accept supervision show
good results.
(6.) Pre-school.—Very little time has been spent in pre-school work. This is one of the
Health Unit weaknesses. It is hoped that the school programme can be somewhat curtailed in
the future and more time allowed for the pre-school section of the programme. It is hoped that
we wTill be in a position to distribute pre-school letters following the infant letters in the coming
year. (c.) School.—This part of the programme takes more than its proper share of the time of
the personnel, and it is hoped it can be curtailed to some extent without injury. The extra
time made available would be utilized in pre-natal, pre-school, tuberculosis, venereal diseases,
and immunization.
The annual school report made and submitted during the summer shows some rather
interesting points in connection with the work.
All children, except the beginners, have been examined three or more times, so it is hoped
that these examinations can be done less often and allow more time for other work.
The school programme is a very broad one and includes practically every phase of recognized
procedure, except class-room teaching by the nurses. The co-operation of the teachers on the
whole is as good as can be desired.
The dental corrections without the advantages of a school dental clinic have been exceptional, particularly in the High School.
A number of cases of mild communicable disease have been discovered through absentee
reporting, or when the absentees report to the Health Unit office for a return certificate.
FOOD-CONTROL.
Milk.—Regular inspections are made of the local raw-milk dairies and at all times the
Unit has received good co-operation from these dairies. Milk samples are taken regularly and
any high counts are investigated. It is hoped that in the coming year reports and comments
on counts will be sent to each dairy.
Pasteurization is being continually urged.
Milk-distributers have been in the habit of changing bottle-caps and splitting bottles while on
their rounds. Many stores have not the proper refrigeration for the milk. One store was selling
milk in bulk.
The milk by-law is under supervision to see if these difficulties can be overcome.
The standard of milk produced here is high.
Water.—The water for this area is received from four main watersheds—two- operated by
the Greater Vancouver Water Board and one each owned and operated by the City and District
of North Vancouver. These sheds are all carefully guarded as the water is not treated in any
way.    Samples are taken each month.    So far no diseases have been traced to these sources.
Stores and Restaurants.—An individual campaign has been conducted to stimulate the
stores to keep all food covered from dust, flies, and fingers. The response has been exceptionally
good. It is hoped that those careless ones may be brought into line by the passing of a by-law
in the future.
Meat.—There is no by-law governing the sale of. inspected meat. Most of the local butchers
sell only the best inspected meat, but there are a few who will have to be brought into line by
a future by-law. This will have to await the provision of local facilities of meat inspection.
This would be possible under the proposed Metropolitan Health Board.
All stores are given a periodical inspection of a modified form.
SANITATION.
Sewage-disposal.—The three main methods of sewage-disposal are: (1) Sewers; (2) septic
tanks;  (3) dry toilets or privies.
The main part of the City of North Vancouver is served by sewers. There are still some
persons who have not connected with them. If these have a properly functioning septic tank,
little is done to change it on account of the economic times. If a dry toilet exists on a sewer-
liue, every attempt is made to have the house connected with the sewer. Failing this, the house
is only condemned when it becomes vacant.
The by-law states that all property having a water-supply must connect with a sewer if
available, or, failing this, provide a suitable septic tank.
No provision is made for the repairing of dry toilets, as they are illegal. This often makes
a difficult situation in these times, and it is hoped that some temporary means of repairing these
to meet sanitary requirements can be arranged, with a notice given at the time allowing a certain
period for repairs, after the expiration of which the house shall be condemned.
Inspection of public lavatories is carried out and any improvements needed are recommended.
Keeping of Animals (Coics, Goats, Horses, Foxes, and Poultry).—This group gives rise to
numerous complaints in the more thickly populated areas.    I feel a yearly permit should be K 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
procured by owners of animals. There should be regulations strict enough to guarantee suitable
sanitary conditions. These should be enforced in the congested areas, with some laxity allowed
in the strictly rural districts;   this controlled by refusal of annual permit.
CLINICS.
Three clinics only are operated by or under the auspices of the Health Unit.
(1.) Well-baby Clinic with Health Unit Director in attendance from 2 to 4 p.m. each
Wednesday. Only normal feedings are supervised, physical examinations and general information given.
(2.)  Toxoid and Vaccination Clinic is held every Friday at 3.30 p.m.
(3.) Chest Clinic is held three or four times yearly for three to six days. It is conducted
by the Provincial Chest Specialist. All arrangements re appointments, examination of contacts,
etc., are made by the Health Unit.    Transportation is provided when necessary.
All clinics are held in the North Vancouver General Hospital and, although free, are not
restricted to any one group. Orders for toxoid have been received often from the private
practitioners.
BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS.
These products, prepared by the Connaught Laboratories, Toronto, are provided to the Unit
by the Provincial Board of Health. They are kept in an electric refrigerator in the hospital
for the free use of the physicians.    No abuse has been apparent so far.
LABORATORY SERVICES.
These services are supplied free by the Provincial Board of Health Laboratories in Vancouver for public-health specimens. The Vancouver General Hospital Pathological Laboratory
will examine pathological specimens for a small charge, or free if the patient is unable to pay
for the service.    The Health Unit arranges transportation of all laboratory specimens.
All specimens of a public-health interest that are found by the Provincial Laboratory are
reported to the Health Unit as well as to the interested physician.
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES.
(1.) Acute Communicable Diseases.—All cases of these diseases are reported by the attending physician as soon after seen as possible.    Great co-operation is found in this respect.
The Director of the Unit sees nearly all these either through the schools and the activities
of the Unit nurses or as in consultation with the family physician.
The placarding and isolation instructions are given by the Public Health Nurse in place of
a Sanitary Inspector. Instructions are detailed and as simple as safety will permit. A typed
copy of these is posted on the door of the isolated room. The results have been really worth
while. Cases breaking quarantine who will not listen to reason are referred to the police for
action.    No case has been taken to Court as yet.
(2.) Tuberculosis.—This programme consists of the Chest Clinic and follow-up visits by
the nurses.    More time must be spent on this phase of the work in the future.
T.B. supplies are available through the Unit from the Tranquille Tuberculosis Society.
(3.) Venereal Diseases.—Very little of any importance has been possible in this work as
only a few cases come to the notice of the Medical Health Officer. Some cases are sent to the
Provincial V.D. Clinic in Vancouver, but as this clinic has little follow-up work the co-operation
is far from satisfactory.
(4.) Immunization.—The people of this area are and always have been strongly opposed to
any form of immunization. This opposition was overcome to some extent by a toxoid campaign
in the fall of 1933. About 40 per cent, of all those approached were toxoided. This is good for
here. It is hoped that more success will be forthcoming in the campaign among the pre-school
group.
LIBRARY.
A small public-health library is being developed in the unit for the use of the Unit personnel
and the medical profession. As there is no allowance made for this in the budget, it has
depended on money provided by the Director of the Unit. The usual public-health magazines
and periodicals are supplied in this way and others by the Provincial Board of Health. This
library, though small, is used quite extensively. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34. K 11
SOCIAL SERVICES.
As there are no trained social workers in this area, we depend on help from the Vancouver
Family Welfare Association for help in special cases. The City Relief Department and the local
Red Cross Society are helped as much as possible by the Health Unit nurses. In return these
organizations assist nurses in every way.
DENTAL SERVICE FOR INDIGENT CHILDREN.
The local Kiwanis Club supplies a small sum that is paid to the local dentist for dental
services to the most urgent cases.    This is a great help.
CO-OPERATION.
This Unit co-operates with and receives close co-operation from the V.O.N., Red Cross, and
the Relief Department, as previously mentioned, and also with the other city and district departments and many local organizations.
The Commissioner has always been very helpful and considerate of the Health Unit and
its work.    He has co-operated in every way possible.
The medical profession has given good support to the Unit personnel on the whole.
Sincere thanks and appreciation are extended to all the above, and also to all others who
have helped to make our work easier and more far-reaching; particularly to those families who
have co-operated while in quarantine.
Dr. Mcintosh and his City of Vancouver Health Department have assisted this Unit in
many ways where there was no responsibility whatever on their part. It is impossible to attempt
to convey our appreciation and thanks for this much-valued service.
To Dr. Young, his Department and his Vancouver Laboratories go our sincere thanks and
appreciation for his backing and advice so freely given in times of difficulty.
G. F. Amyot.
Details for the examination of each school follow.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H.  E.  YOUNG,
Provincial Health Officer.
SCHOOLS INSPECTED.
Medical Inspectors   154
Reports from Medical Inspectors  152
High Schools.
Schools inspected:     1932-33, 94:   Reported, 67 ;   not reported, 27.
19'33-34, 94:   Reported, 71;   not reported, 23.
Pupis inspected: 1932-33, 12,981.
1933-34, 11,163.    Decrease—1,818.
Junior High Schools.
Schools inspected :     1932-33, 14:   Reported, 9 ;   not reported, 5.
1933-34, 14:   Reported, 7 ;   not reported, 7.
Pupis inspected: 1932-33, 5,275.
1933-34, 5,029.    Decrease—246.
Graded City Schools.
Schools inspected:     1932-33, 120:   Reported, 119;   not reported, 1.
1933-34, 120:   Reported, 115;   not reported, 5.
Pupis inspected : 1932-33, 46,046.
1933-34, 44,800.   Decrease—1,246. K 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Schools inspected:
Pupis inspected:
Schools inspected:
Not inspected:
Pupis inspected:
Cost per pupil:
Per cent, of defects
Rural Municipal Schools.
1932-33, 169:   Reported, 153;   not reported, 16.
1933-34, 169:   Reported, 152;   not reported, 17.
1932-33, 18,267.
1933-34, 15,075.    Decrease—3,192.
Rural and Assisted Schools.
1932-33, 688, at a cost of $15,393.10.
1933-34, 710, at a cost of $14,950.10.
1932-33, 74.
1933-34, 53.
1932-33, 20,451. ♦
1933-34, 21,217.    Increase—766.
1932-33, 75 cents.
1933-34, 71 cents.
1932-33, 112.15.
1933-34, 111.29.    Decrease—0.84.  K 14
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223
195
17
13
434
271
22
5
10
143
91
77
81
53
160
152
112
86
26
73
23
35
23
16
2
2
7
2
2
7
2
2
2
3
25
10
5
4
5
1
12
3
9
7
2
12
5
5
49
2
6
19
11
Anyox:
2
5
P. M. Wilson 	
1
2
7
2
Miss G. Homfray..
56
181
59
50
94
96
25
82
9
13
86
63
15
19
112
94
82
134
151
46
89
223
193
17
13
434
58
22
5
9
143
82
76
80
52
158
119
61
82
23
54
16
1
17
10
3
6
3
6
7
47
J.  M.  McKee	
1
6
10
14
5
3
3
1
G. K. MacNaughton.
4
2
1
1
1
12
1
H. P. Swan	
Miss B.  Jenkins...
8
3
2
34
9
1
1
J. S. McCallum
Miss E. Morrison.
Miss W.  Seymour.
4
12
1
3
1
1
1
7
3
6
1
1
R. D. Rush	
6
W. Truax	
1
4
6
4
5
11
3
22
22
3
14
14
10
6
1
39
10
12
6
4
20
22
22
7
59
7
33
117
17
8
2
5
4
1
-   14
2
4
1
5
6
11
14
11
8
W. J. Knox	
Miss M. Miles
1
7
1
2
9
D. P. Hanington
Miss E. G. Allen..
2
17
1
1
1
3
Miss M. Grierson..
3
?
7
4
5
20
1
12
10
1
1
2
G. H. Tuthill	
3
Miss M. Grierson..
Miss E. Carruthers
Miss K. Gordon....
8
16
12
1
10
24
29
6
1
23
1
5
4
3
4
9
»
3
W. F. Drysdale
J.  P.  Ellis	
30
28
4
8
A. C. Clark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss Bradshaw.. .-,
Miss R. Mafoon....
Miss E. G. Allen-
21
2
29
J. N. Taylor	
1
N. J". Ball	
4
1
1
1
3
30
18
8
1
4
D. P. Hanington
1
1
1
9
Miss M. A. Twiddy.
30
3
2
10
1
2
3
C. F. Hilton	
6
11
7
3
5
7
9
1
1
1
3
3
8
16
7
1
3
3
43
J. R. Naden	
29
3
	
2
2
3
7
5
8
10
7
6
4
8
Saanich:
3
1
1
4
8
Saanich, North	
H. G. Burden	
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 15
SCHOOLS.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease,  etc.).
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
yentilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.    State
if clean and
adequate.
Nerves, 4; empyema, 1; inflammatory
rheumatism, 4; pneumonia, 12;
pleurisy, 2; influenza, 19; genitourinary, 9; heart, 3; mastoid, 6;
appendix, 1; sinus, 1
Albuminuria, 1; acne, 1; tonsils partly
removed, 5 ; heart-murmurs, 4; nervous, 1; psoriasis, 1; aortic regurgitation, 1; tonsillitis acute, 1;
herpes  zoster
Heating, ventilation,
and accommodation good
Well heated and ventilated
Clean; adequate.
SCHOOLS.
	
Clean;  adequate.
Q00d
2
3
Pneumonia,   1;  chicken-pox,   1;
scarlet fever,   2
Fair; crowded; poorly ventilated
Adequate;  fairly
clean.
Satisfactory	
Ample   room;  well
heated   and   ventilated
Clean;  adequate.
Good     ....
Cood	
Twelve; adequate;
clean.
Good	
Adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
3
Good
Good
Pinkeye, 4; chicken-pox,  2	
Excellent.
Epilepsy,   1;  acne,   3;  old  polio.,   1;
cardiac,  1
1
2
i
2
Satisfactory	
Good,    except   basement room
Fairly good	
1
...
	
1
Scarlet fever, 1; influenza, 3
1;   appendectomy,   4;  nephritis,   2;
tonsillectomy, 2
Clean;  adequate.
1
4; anaemia,  7
New building; heating   and   ventilation  satisfactory;
no overcrowding
Slightly crowded
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Satisfactory	
Clean; adequate.
Good	
Orthopaedic,   3;   nervous,   1;   chronic
appendix, 1; heart irregularity, 2
1
No    facilities   for
drinking-water
orthopaedic,     1;     Raymond's     syndrome, 1
Good	
Good.
Heart,   1	
Good	
Good. K 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
HIGH
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
3
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So
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s  .
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QJ
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Drs. Beech & Beech.
137
6
20
48
28
178
19
36
242
652
407
544
915
474
589
980
1385
757
221
862
410
230
12
24
118
6
22
48
28
17$
19
36
242
676
404
437
312
446
485
707
1317
461
169
797
399
•230
12
24
4
19
2
4
6
3
2
13
1
37
1
7
1
14
3
2
6
15
6
1
1
2
10
2
2
2
Squamish	
N. J. Paul   ....
17
1
5
25
34
28
13
48
25
35
28
28
38
10
12
50
6
1
9
9
1
1
4
3
2
2
1
1
3
2
2
S. Mills	
    1        ft
1         91      1
2
4
2
2
5
4
4
5
2
7
10
36
5
2
2
11
1
1
3
18
148
72
96
65
108
271
85
387
69
12
167
102
2
5
6
2
9
Vancouver:
H. White	
Miss M. McLellan.
Miss M. McLellan.
Mrs. D. Bellamy....
Miss H. Jukes	
Miss M. Campbell.
Miss M. Ewart
Miss E. Edwards...
Mrs. D. Bellamy...
Miss L. Drysdale...
Miss I. Smith	
Miss N. Armstrong
Mrs. S. Martin
Miss E. G. Allen-
5
H White
1
1
2
2
6
7
2
1
1
3
1
Commerce
H. White	
1
1
2
3
H. White      	
8
King George	
H  White
1
H. White
3
H. White      	
1
1
10
57
H. White	
H. White
1
1
1
Commerce
2
11
4
3
20
1
3
41
25
0. Morris	
D. P. Hanington
H. F. P. Grafton. . ..
2
1
4
1
1
1
3
141      14
1
1
JUNIOR HIGH
Kamloops..
Nanaimo....
Nelson	
Penticton	
Vancouver:
Kitsilano..
Point Grey..
Templeton...
W. F. Drysdale..
E.  G.  Simmonds...
H.  McGregor	
H. White. .
H. White..
H. White..
MissO. M. Garrood
Miss E. Carruthers
Miss K.  Gordon..
MissM. A. Twiddy.
Miss M.  Campbell
Miss M.  Ewart..
Miss V. B. Stevens
293
293
47
31
2
15
48
227
220
27
35
4
13
9
38
150
64
295
476
290
476
37
66
32
10
3
4
1
4
27
13
58
55
2
1567
1586
289
123
8
2
11
54
981
7
1372
811
259
54
8
4
21
64
16
1422
1353
381
132
4
16
10
90
490
25
19
9
7
45
GRADED CITY
Alberni	
Armstrong..
Chilliwack:
Central....
Courtenay..
Cranbrook:
Central	
Kootenay orchard..
J. C. Thomas..
R. MacCaffrey..
G. E. I/. MacKinnon
G. E. L. MacKinnon
Miss P. Charlton.
Miss I. Homfray...
129
520
124
520
2
54
15
1
37
3
38
217
24
261
10|
49
29
3
454
454
73
5
18
5
18
77
171
121
60
293
282
4
4
4
1
6
10
56
18
522
10
519
9
10
1
90
2
118
2
12
 1
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 17
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous,  Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
I
ed
ci
W
6
u
■**«
«•
P.
a
a
o
S3
tf
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.
i
O.K	
 [..... _.
i
O.K	
V.D.H.,  2	
Satisfactory	
O.K.
Yes.
vaccinated, 444
Vaccinated,  286	
Vaccinated,  299	
1
5
1
Mumps, 2 ; chicken-pox, 1; scarlet fever, 5
Mumps, 1; chicken-pox, 1; scarlet fever,  9
nated,   685
1
418
1
Chicken-pox, 8 ;   scarlet fever, 4;
mumps, 21
Appendectomy,    1;   mumps,    1 ;
influenza,  5
Good	
defects,  3
Good .
Improved;   clean;
adequate.
1
5
Crowded somewhat...
Good
Clean;  adequate.
SCHOOLS.
ture, 39
Nervous,   8;  cardiac,   2;  acne,   3;  abscessed   ear,   1;   pyrrhcea,   1;   epilepsy,   1;   fractures,   3;   appendectomy,  1; tonsillectomy,  1; pleurisy,
3; bronchitis,  4
1
1
1
2
5
1
Jaundice,     1;    chicken-pox,    1;
scarlet fever, 5; influenza, 12
Scarlet fever,   1;  mumps,   IS
Mumps	
Mumps, 13; rubella, 1; scarlet
fever,   5 6
Mumps, 29; measles, 1; chicken-
pox,  2; scarlet fever,  42
Mumps, 12; whooping-cough, 1;
scarlet fever,  45
Fairly good	
Fair.
Clean;   adequate.
2
10
15
15
6
6
8
4
2
4
904
Cardiac,  9 ; pulmonary,  3 ; vaccinated,
2
829
SCHOOLS.
1
3
	
7
Two rooms had fifty
pupils,   which
made    it    rather
crowded;  ventilation  and heating
good
Clean; adequate.
hammer-toe, 1; webbed toes,  1; fiat
feet,   2;   strabismus,   3;   stuttering,
4;   blepharitis;   deformity  of  ankle,
1; deformity of shoulder, 1; heart-
lesion,   1
stammer,   1;   paralysis,   1;   cardiac,
1; kidney,  1; acne,  1; eczema,  1;
posture, 14; intestinal flu, 14
Ventilation by windows ;   not   overcrowded K 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
■A't
G£
Cumberland	
Duncan	
Enderby:
Fortune	
Fernie:
Central	
West	
Grand Forks	
Greenwood	
Kamloops:
Stuart Wood.
Lloyd George.
Kaslo	
Kelowna:
Elementary and
Junior  High
Ladysmith	
Merritt	
Nanaimo:
North Ward	
South Ward	
Middle Ward	
Thomas Hodgson.
Nelson:
Central	
Hume	
New Westminster:
Central	
Herbert Spencer..
Kichard McBride.
Kelvin-Lister	
Queensboro	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam:
Central	
James Park	
Port Moody	
Prince George:
King George	
Baron Byng	
Connaught	
Revelstoke:
Selkirk	
Central	
Rossland	
G. K. MacNaughton.
H. P. Swan	
J.   D.   Munroe..
D. Corsan	
D. Corsan	
W. Truax	
W. H. Wood..
M. G. Archibald..
M. G. Archibald..
D. J. Barclay	
C. T. Hilton..
R. G. Langston..
R. G. Langston..
C. R. Symmes....
C. Ewert-
C. Ewert-
C. Ewert-
J. H. Hamilton..
J. H. Hamilton..
E.  E. Topliff	
Miss B. Jenkins..
Miss W. Seymour.
Miss W. Seymour.
Miss O. M. Garrood
Miss O. M. Garrood
Miss M. Miles..
G
H.
F
Tuthill	
W
Drysdale	
W
F
Drysdale	
w
F
Drysdale	
w
F
Drysdale	
B.
G.
Simmonds	
E.
G.
Siramonds	
D.
A.
Clark	
D.
A.
Clark	
D.
A.
Clark	
D.
A.
Clark	
D.
A.
Clark	
Miss E. G. Allen..
MissE. Carruthers.
Miss E. Carruthers.
Miss E. Carruthers.
Miss E. Carruthers.
Miss K. Gordon....
Miss K. Gordon....
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Mrs. G. Bond..
Mrs. G. Bond..
Mrs. G. Bond..
Miss A. Lee..
Miss A.  Lee..
389 372
104| 104
485
23
310
52
302
249
61
281
297
4S5
23
308
298
240
61
281
290
146 144
3211 317
487 487
1
2011 201
722
539
517
789
154
305
162
69
192
700
527
517
782
151
344
162
67
192
331 327
89  86
661  66
I
290[ 287
240| 236
425| 383
I
39
13
97
76
68
118
28
24
II	
2!   1
6
7..
3 0
22
49
10
10
2
6
1
19
7
16
108
70
94
8] 129
2 32
24
102 279
118
31
101
11
46
9
87
74
5
42| 191
44  83
44 122
31  99
48|  98
34 146
I
41  37
133
92
106
138
32
174
258
124
9
21
12
1.
11
243
125
96
97
157
33
66
1
5
14
7
7
15
43
4
17
130
31
65
46
54
77
9
62
7
1
17
17
3 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 19
SCHOOLS—CWimted.
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.
Nervous, 6; pulmonary, 2; cardiac, 2
skin, 30; pharyngitis, 3; anaemia
2 6; stammering, 3; infected eye
lids, 10; hard cerumen, 31
Fatigue posture, 13	
Chicken-pox..
Deaf-mute,  1; orthopaedic,  2..
Cardiac,  3; chorea,  1; speech impediment,  2
Cardiac,   1;  chest,   1	
Valvular heart-disease,   2	
Slight   	
German measles, 2 ;   chicken-pox,
19
Defects,   49;  heart,   3;  feet,   3;  pos
ture,   62
Defects,  24; heart,  4; posture,   66....
Partial paralysis, 1; epileptic, 1
harelip, 1; cleft palate, 1; anaemia
2; stys,  1
Cardiac, 5; nervous, 54; bronchitis
8; chorea, 1; orthopaedic defects
9; asthma,  3
Cardiac,  3	
Cardiac,   5; bronchial asthma,   1..
Nervous, 6; fracture, 5; tonsillectomy.
1
Nervous, 3; pyorrhoea, 1; eneuresis, 1
eczema, 1; bronchitis, 4; nephritis.
1; tonsillitis, 2; fractures, 2; tonsillectomy, 2; pneumonia,  1
Nervous, 2; pneumonia, 1; cardiac,
1; bronchitis, 3; tongue-tied, 1:
tonsillectomy,  3; fractures,  3
Nervous, 5; pyorrhoea, 1; tonsillitis,
1G; appendectomy, 3; fractures, 4:
tonsillectomy,  2;  pneumonia,   1
Chorea,   2;   pulmonary   T.B.,    1;   cardiac,   3
Cardiac,  2	
Cardiac, 9 ; pulmonary, 3 ; orthopaedic
10; nervous, 5; anaemic, 8
Cardiac,  2; pulmonary 2; orthopaedic
13;  nervous,   8; anaemic,   6
Pulmonary,     1;    orthopaedic,    7;    nervous,  2; anaemic,   6
Cardiac, 7; pulmonary,  1; orthopaedic
7; nervous,  5; anaemic, 9
Cardiac, 1; pulmonary, 1
4
Anaemic, 16; hay-fever, 1
tivitis, 2; old rickets, 3
lids, 1; acne,  1; diabetic, 1
anaemic,
conjunc-
granular
Orthopaedic defects,  5; heart  6	
Heart  irregularity,   1; orthopaedic,   1..
Defective speech, 2; infantile paralysis, 1; eczema ear, 1; internal
strabismus,   2;  nervouse cases,   2
Orthopaedic, 5; blepharitis, 3; cardiac,  4;  hernia,   1
Orthopaedic,   1;  blepharitis,   1	
Cardiac,   1; blepharitis,  1	
Orthopaedic,   1; ankylosis   (elbow),   1
Orthopaedic   (hip),  1	
Scarlet   fever,   2;   chicken-pox
mumps
Scarlet fever;  chicken-pox;
mumps
Chicken-pox,   74;   pinkeye,   11
scarlet fever,   6
Whooping-cough, 1; chicken-pox,
9; scarlet fever, 1; septic sore
throat; jaundice,  5
Chicken-pox	
Whooping-cough, 5 ; scarlet fever,
9
Whooping-cough, 6; influenza,
18; chicken-pox, 4; scarlet
fever,   3
Mumps,   46..
Mumps, 4	
Scarlet fever, 24 ;  pertussis, )
10; measles,  2
Chick en-poX-
Mumps..
Mumps..
Measles,
Whooping-cough; mumps..
Typhoid	
Commodious, well
lighted, heated,
and ventilated
Condition good-
Good	
Good	
Good	
Satisfactory ..
All   these   buildings
modern   in   every
particular,  surrounded   by
beautiful gcounds,
shade-trees, ornamental  shrubs,
and flowers
Satisfactory..
Fairly good-
Fair	
Good	
Heating and ventilation good
Heating and ventilation good
Good-
Good..
Good-
Good..
Good-
Most rooms contain
about their limit
of pupils
Good	
Good	
Excellent-
Good..
Good..
Good..
Good..
Good..
Good..
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Excellent.
Good.
Good.
Fairly clean.
Yes.
Good.
Moderate; adequate; sanitary.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Fair.
Yes.
Yes.
Good.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Good; yes.
Good; yes.
Good. K 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
55 S
OS
S.b
+5 c
Q£
Oh
Salmon Arm	
Slocan City	
Trail-Tadanac:
Central	
Tadanac	
East Trail	
Vancouver:
Aberdeen	
Alexandra	
Bayview	
Beaconsfleld	
Begbie	
Brock	
Carleton	
Edith  Cavell and
Annex
Central	
Dawson	
Chas.  Dickens	
Douglas	
Fleming	
Franklin	
Simon   Fraser   and
Annex
General  Gordon	
Hastings	
Henry Hudson	
Kerrisdale	
Lord Kitchener	
Langara	
Livingstone	
David Loyd George....
McBride	
Macdonald	
Mackenzie	
Maple Grove	
Moberley and Antax.
Model	
Mount Pleasant	
Drs. Beech and Beech
A. Francis	
F. S.  Eaton..
F. S.  Eaton..
F. S.  Eaton..
H. White	
H. White. .
G. A. Lamont..
H. White	
G. A. Lamont-
G. A. Lamont..
G. A. Lamont-
H.  White	
H.  White	
G. A. Lamont..
G. A. Lamont..
G. A.  Lamont-
H. White. .
H. White..
H. White..
H. White.
Miss H. Jukes..
Miss D.   Shields-
Mrs.  M.  Schultz...
MissM. Henderson.
Miss I. Smith	
Miss E. Bell	
Miss E. Edwards..
Miss E. Bell.,.	
178
57
865
63
309
423
545
401
1G7
55
865
63
309
381
407
S7
307| 202
4091 328
3841 389
8341 844
237
Miss O. Kilpatrick
Miss H.  Jukes	
425
450
Miss  F.   Innes..
667]   548|
6491
051
Miss D.   Olmstead
Miss D.  Olmstead
229
352
1351
2791
IT
White	
H
White	
H
White	
FT
White	
11
White	
H
White	
a
K
White	
G
H
White	
G
G
IT
White	
Miss I.   Smith	
Miss  D.  Shields....
Mrs. M. Schultz...
Miss V. B. Stevens
Mrs. M. Schultz....
Miss G. Jeeves	
Miss G. Jeeves	
Miss G. Jeeves	
Miss D. Shields..
Miss L.  Drysdale.
Miss F.' Innes	
300| 217|
I I
726| 6871
I I
723| 626
8061 726
628[ 561
475| 352
I
I
78
44
52
51
119
110
82
101
198
181.
45|.
44
105
136
110|.
I
70
84
76
Miss O. Kilpatrick
Miss F. Innes....
Miss M.  Ewart..
Miss D.  Olmstead
Miss L. Drysdale..
Miss D. Shields....
I    I
480
434
73
	
573
674
542
563
104
133
444
414
47
714
724
114
659
535
82
513
464
108
517
450
87
450
423
89
5
15
38
62]
30
11
12
6
26
9
10
21
33
13
55
32
24
68
21
49
1791
I
141
I    I
I    I
37j
I
54|
502
6
104
101
73
17
69
60
211
40
142
I
.1  13| 120! 143
I    I
.-I  101
-  23
19|
60
I    I
21   9
2|  21
13
131
6|
12|
23
86
50
121
58
22
57
194
47
163
14
172
311  37
53   2
20! 120!  1!
10
55
38
125
75
109
63
85
34
99
98
163
14
43
101
43
58
82
46
49
7
20
28
7
18
9
5
1
8
5
20
18
14
7
6
10
16
15
4
12
18
31
1
43
10 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 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.
Cardiac, 3; acne, 1; anaemia, 1; pulmonary,   1;  orthopaedic,   1
Cardiac, 2; anaemia, 1; nervous, 1,
rickets, 1; chorea, 1
Cardiac,  1; pulmonary,  1; toxoid, 22;
vaccinated,   173
Cardiac,   2;   toxoid,   16;   vaccinated,
237
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 29;
vaccinated, 185
Cardiac, 6; toxoid, 14; vaccinated, 90
Pulmonary,  1; toxoid, 25; vaccinated,
123
Cardiac,    1;   toxoid,    16;   vaccinated,
152
Cardiac, 5; pulmonary,  6; toxoid,  14;
vaccinated, 409
Cardiac, 1; toxoid, 25; vaccinated, 110
Cardiac, 3;   toxoid,   21;   vaccinated,
340
Cardiac, 1;  toxoid,   16;   vaccinated,
265
Cardiac, 7; pulmonary, 4; toxoid, 22;
vaccinated, 224
Cardiac, 3; toxoid, 7; vaccinated, 123
Cardiac, 2; toxoid, 15; vaccinated, 125
Cardiac;   pulmonary,   3;   toxoid,    1
vaccinated, 114
Cardiac,   2;   toxoid,   49;   vaccinated,
388
Pulmonary, 2; toxoid, 24; vaccinated
330
Pulmonary, 2; toxoid, 39; vaccinated,
390
Pulmonary,  1; toxoid, 26; vaccinated.
231
Vaccinated,  478 .
Vaccinated,  357 .
Vaccinated,  296 .
Cardiac,   1;   toxoid,   33;   vaccinated
159
Toxoid,  19; vaccinated, 320	
Cardiac, 6; pulmonary,  1; toxoid, 12
vaccinated,  198
Pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 22; vaccinated
216
Cardiac, 8; pulmonary, 2; toxoid,  18
vaccinated, 235
Vaccinated, 342 	
Cardiac,    1;   toxoid,    14;   vaccinated
209
Toxoid, 25; vaccinated, 296	
Cardiac,    1;   toxoid,    18;   vaccinated.
190
Satisfactory..
23
6|     11
I
8 4
I
Mumps, 32; measles; chicken-
pox, 7; whooping-cough, 8;
scarlet fever,   10
Mumps, 4; chicken-pox, 1;
whooping-cough, 2; scarlet
fever,   11
Mumps, 10; chicken-pox, 4;
whooping-cough, 1; scarlet
fever, 30
Mumps, 4; chicken-pox, 13;
scarlet fever, 3
Chicken-pox, 7; whooping-cough,
14; scarlet fever,  23
Mumps,  16; scarlet fever,  1	
Mumps,    1;    chicken-pox,    81;
scarlet fever, 26
Mumps,     7;     chicken-pox,     3;
whooping-cough,     3;    scarlet
fever,  12
Mumps,   1; whooping-cough,   5;
scarlet  fever,   9
Mumps, 10; measles, 1; chicken-
pox,  5; whooping-cough, 25;
scarlet fever,  20
Mumps,    12;    chicken-pox,    1;
whooping-cough,     2;    scarlet
fever, 50
Chicken-pox, 38; scarlet fever, 9
Mumps,     1;    chicken-pox,    20;
scarlet fever,  10
Mumps,  2; scarlet fever, 9	
i     i
Mumps,   17;   chicken-pox,   16
scarlet fever,  62
Mumps,   35;   chicken-pox,   20;
whooping-cough,     2;     scarlet
fever,  31
Mumps, 4; measles, 1; chicken-
pox, 58;   whooping-cough, 28;
scarlet fever, 55
Mumps,     18;    chicken-pox,     9;
whooping-cough,    3;    scarlet
fever,   3 7
Mumps,     3;    chicken-pox,     51
whooping-cough,     1;    scarlet
fever,   31
Mumps,    10;   chicken-pox,    20;
whooping-cough,    11;    scarlet
fever,   21
Mumps,     5;     chicken-pox,     1
whooping-cough,    13;   scarlet
fever,  21
Mumps,     4;     chicken-pox,     2
scarlet fever,   18
Measles, 1; scarlet fever, 11	
Mumps,    31;    chicken-pox,    2
scarlet fever,   11
Chicken-pox,     1;    mumps,     6
whooping-cough,     1;     scarlet
fever,   18
Chicken-pox, 1;   whooping-cough
1; scarlet fever, 42
Mumps,     7;     chicken-pox,     3
whooping-cough,    32;   scarlet
fever, 38
Measles,     1;    chicken-pox,    9;
scarlet fever,  9
Measles,    21;    whooping-cough
10;   chicken-pox,   2;   scarlet
fever,   18
Measles,   2;  whooping-cough,  4;
scarlet fever, 31
Clean;  adequate.
Satisfactory-
Adequate	
Satisfactory-
Yes.
Yes.
Yes. K 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
Vancouver—Continued.
Lord Nelson	
Florence Nightingale.
Norquay and Annex...
Prince of Wales	
Queen Mary_.
Quilchena	
Renfrew..	
Cecil Rhodes..
Lord Roberts..
Seaview	
Laura Secord..
Selkirk	
Sexsmith	
Seymour	
Strathcona..
Tecumseh.-
Lord Tennyson-
Van Home	
General Wolfe-
Woodland	
Vancouver, North:
Lonsdale	
Queen Mary..
Ridgeway..
Vernon	
Victoria:
Bank Street....
Beacon Hill....
Boys' Central..
Burnside	
Sir James Douglas..
Girls' Central	
George Jay	
Margaret Jenkins. .
Kingston Street-
North Ward	
Oaklands	
H. White-
Quadra	
Quadra Primary-
Railway Street....
G. A. Lament..
G. A. Lamont-.
H. White	
II. White..
H. White	
G. A. Lamont..
II. White	
H. White	
H. White	
H. White	
G. A. Lamont..
G. A. Lamont-.
H. White—	
H. White	
G. A. Lamont..
H. White	
G. A. Lamont-.
G. A. Lamont..
G. A. Lamont-
G. F. Amyot..
G. F. Amyot..
G. F. Amyot..
O. Morris	
Donald-
Dona Id-
Donald--.
Donald-
Donald-
Donald-
Donald-
Donald-
Donald-
Donald-
Donald-
Don aid-
Donald-
Miss I. Smith-
Miss M. Henderson.
Miss M. Murdoch-
Miss L. Drysdale...
Miss G. Jeeves	
Miss L. Drysdale...
Miss M. Murdoch-
Miss L. Drysdale...
Miss II. Jukes	
Miss M. Schultz....
Miss M. Henderson
Miss M. Murdoch-
Miss E. Bell	
Miss O. Kilpatrick.
Miss M. McLellan.
Miss D. Olmstead.
Mrs. D. Bellamy...
Miss E. Bell	
6171   544
I
699    640
345
616
285
319
552
839
344
592
787
381
633
1271
518
247
299
447
802
327
522
71
348
592
1293
Miss E. Bell	
MissM. Henderson
Miss E. Lowther..
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 E. J. Herbert.
Miss E. J. Herbert.
Miss I. E. Adams..
Miss E. J. Herbert.
Miss E. I. Adams.
Miss M. Ferguson-
Miss M. Ferguson.
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss M.  Ferguson
733 657
427
454
75
615
576
840
71
134
324
4 74
347
389
332
91
409
405
75
575
555
836
71
134
324
474
347
301[ 301|..
465
465
249
249
128
128
58
58
121
84
92
62
126
86
58
115
179
65
116
140
35
50
188
121
115
40
56
93
4
62
29
3
332
I
91..
6
21
28
58
24
30
57
30
221  71
I
98
135
28
35
60
96
18
138
120
56
41
69
99
54
97
100
71
11
146
49! 150
14  14
35
74
14
112
13
47
84
194
49
44
98
45
34
315
120
101
39
37
356
347!  30
37
42
5
1
8
13
18
3
54
5
6
17
22
25
27
12
24 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 23
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other  Conditions,  specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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&
1
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bo
>
o
W
a
tf
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.    State
if clean and
adequate.
Cardiac, 5; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 21;
vaccinated, 304
Cardiac,    6;   toxoid,   25;   vaccinated,
225
Cardiac,    13;   pulmonary,    6;   toxoid,
20; vaccinated, 212
Cardiac,  1; pulmonary,  1; vaccinated,
115
Cardiac,   3;  vaccinated,   370	
Toxoid,   19; vaccinated,  165..
Cardiac, 7; pulmonary,
vaccinated,   128
Cardiac, 3; pulmonary,
vaccinated,  288
Cardiac, 3; pulmonary,
vaccinated,  453
5; toxoid, 10
1; toxoid, 16
1; toxoid, 31
Toxoid,  9; vaccinated,  191	
Cardiac,   4;   toxoid,    19;   vaccinated,
164
Cardiac,    7;    pulmonary,    8;    toxoid,
11;  vaccinated,   143
Cardiac,   4;   toxoid,    17;   vaccinated,
164
Pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 37; vaccinated,
383
Pulmonary, 4; toxoid, 45; vaccinated,
1,179
Cardiac,    1;   toxoid,   2 6;   vaccinated,
280
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 28;
vaccinated,   73
Cardiac, 3; pulmonary, 1; toxoid, 20;
vaccinated,  135
Cardiac,   7;  vaccinated,   201	
Cardiac,  5; pulmonary, 2; toxoid, 20;
vaccinated,  167
Cardiac, 1; pulmonary, 1; orthopaedic,
1; anaemia,   1; speech,   1; hernia,   1
Nervous,    4;   cardiac,    7;   pulmonary,
2;    orthopaedic,    15;    anaemia,    7;
speech, 8; hernia,  1
Nervous,  4 ; cardiac,  2 ; pulmonary, 3 ;
orthopaedic,  6; antenna,  7
Paralysis (arm), 2; chronic dislocation of knee, 1 ; cleft palate, 1;
diabetes, 2; cardiac, 7; sup. glands,
2 ; congenital leg-muscles, 2; vaccinated,  62
Cardiac,  1; talipes equinus, 1..
Pulmonary,   1 	
Cardiac,  1	
Torticollis,  1	
Orthopaedic leg	
Cardiac,  2; chest,  1..
Cardiac, 1; nervous, 1.
Mumps,    43;    chicken-pox,    5;
whooping-cough,     4;     scarlet
fever,  68
Mumps,  23; whooping-cough, 3;
scarlet fever,  38
Mumps,     4;     chicken-pox,     2;
scarlet fever,   19
Mumps,  3; measles,  1; chicken-
pox,   8;   whooping-cough,   5;
scarlet fever,  13
Mumps,    39;   chicken-pox,   28;
whooping-cough,     2;     scarlet
fever,  12
Chicken-pox, 1; whooping-cough,
22; scarlet fever,  7
Mumps,   35;  scarlet fever,   7	
Mumps, 6; chicken-pox, 8 0;
scarlet fever,  5
Mumps, 10; measles, 49 ; chicken-
pox,   3;   whooping-cough,   1
scarlet fever,   15
Mumps, 35; whooping-cough, 1
scarlet fever,   14
Mumps, 42; chicken-pox, 12
scarlet fever,   11
Mumps, 49; measles, 3; whooping-cough, 6; scarlet fever, 55
Mumps, 3; chicken-pox, 39;
whooping-cough, 6; scarlet
fever,  5
Mumps, 2; scarlet fever, 19
diphtheria,  1
Mumps, 1; whooping-cough, 8
scarlet fever,   19
Mumps, 2; chicken-pox, 67
whooping-cough, 1; scarlet
fever,   54
Mumps, 32; measles, 1; chicken-
pox,  27; scarlet fever,  20
Mumps, 15; measles, 4; chicken-
pox,  1; scarlet fever, 40
Mumps,  5; scarlet fever,   15—
Mumps,  7; scarlet fever,  38	
Scarlet   fever,    8;   chicken-pox,
10; mumps,   38
Scarlet fever, 12; chicken-pox,
37; mumps,   63; rubella,   1
Scarlet fever, 21; chicken-pox,
70; mumps, 42; whooping-
cough,  3
Chicken-pox, 1; whooping-cough
1; pneumonia, 3; appendectomy, 3; influenza, 4
Rubella,   1; scarlet fever,  1...
Scarlet fever,  3	
Rubella,   2;  mumps,   1;  scarlet
fever,   7; whooping-cough,   1
Scarlet    fever,    6;    rubella,    3;
poliomyelitis,   1
Rubella, 4; scarlet fever, 9	
Rubella,  10; scarlet fever,  13-
Chicken-pox,  1; scarlet fever, 4
rubella, 2
Rubella,  2; mumps,  6; chicken-
pox,   1; scarlet fever,  2
3 Mumps,   18;   scarlet   fever,   1.
Good..
Good..
Good..
Good..
Good..
Good..
Good..
12
I I
Chicken-pox,     1;     rubella,     3;
mumps,  1; scarlet fever,  10
Rubella,   15;  scarlet fever,  13;
chicken-pox,   8
Chicken-pox,   1; mumps,  2   	
Chicken-pox, 25; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps,   1	
Good..
Good..
Good..
Good-
Old   school;   fairly
efficient
Old   school,    hut
quite useful
Good	
Clean; adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
New lavatories.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
New lavatories.
Clean; adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Good..
Good„
Good-
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean;  adequate. K 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Miss I. E. Adams.
Miss I. E. Adams.
Miss I. E. Adams.
328
133
296
328
133
296
4
2
5
2
1
5
1
5
1
Spring Ridge	
1
1
1
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Burnaby:
Armstrong Avenue
59
18
321
234
630
820
24
189
006
331
403
72
27
72
16
85
07
54
245
117
21
54
72
48
20
26
161
164
22
29
94
201
130
84
41
122
36
166
72
29
204
28
15
58
18
80
66
171
192
22
88
57
64
129
70
21
27
13
78
63
48
21
117
21
54
72
48
20
26
161
164
22
29
94
201
130
78
38
114
31
154
70
29
195
27
12
1
0
0
4
.    5
9
3
19
16
3
1
7
10
5
3
5
14
6
14
3
4
27
5
32
11
60
96
17
33
30
39
70
41
10
18
3
47
16
29
15
0
10
Capitol Hill	
	
15
7
33
34
2
25
16
19
34
24
6
8
	
3
4
1
6
3
4
0
Gilmour Avenue	
1
W   Sager 	
2
3
3
5
4
1
3
5
Kingsway,  West	
W   Sager 	
1
1
3
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
W   Sager  	
1
	
2
5
1
18
12
16
8
1
Sperling Avenue	
..
4
3
2
4
W,   Sager 	
Chilliwack:
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell..
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell..
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell...
Miss M. Cardwell..
Miss M. Cardwell...
4
3
1
1
3
4
4
1
1
4
1
1
7
2
1
1
3
1
J.   D.   Moore	
J.  D.  Moore	
J.   D.   Moore	
J.   D.   Moore	
1
4
8
9
8
9
12
12
1
0
5
1
2
5
2
J.   D.   Moore	
	
2
12
21
5
4
4
3
12
20
5
4
4
5
1
6
4
3
63
9
5
3
10
31
9
7
10
6
5
23
4
2
63
12
7
1
1
3
1
	
1
1
1
24
8
4
4
7
1
3
4
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
9
3
4
5
9
5
Coldstream:
4
1
Coquitlam:
3
1
8
3
3
3
1
1
2
1
21
3
24
2
1
1
3
3
Cowichan, North:
E. Nash	
B. Nash	
Miss M. P. Young-
Miss M. P. Young-
Miss M. P. Young.
15
2
1
2
6
4
B. Nash	
. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 25
SCHOOLS—Continued,
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous,  Pulmonary,  Cardiac
Disease,  etc.).
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o
6
to
Oi
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a
a
o
S
bo
C
S
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Tear.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.    State
if clean and
adequate.
5
2
4
2
1
1
2
Mumps,   22;   scarlet   fever,    7;
rubella,  1
Whooping-cough,       1;      scarlet
fever,  1
Mumps,   2;   scarlet  fever,   4
Clean;  adequate.
New lavatories.
Clean;  adequate.
Old    school;    fairly
good
Good	
1
SCHOOLS.
Good	
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Fairly good'.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
O.K.
O.K.
O.K.
	
Scarlet fever; mumps	
	
Good .	
	
Good     ..           	
3
	
Good. ...
Good	
4
Scarlet   fever;   mumps;   chicken-
pox
Good     	
Good	
Good  	
Scarlet   fever;   mumps;   chicken-
ppx; measles
Good   	
Scarlet   fever,   2;   mumps,   26;
chicken-pox,      2;      infectious
conjunctivitis,  25
	
Fairly good	
Fairly good	
1
Infectious  conjunctivitis,   3	
Infectious  conjunctivitis,   6	
Fairly good	
	
Chicken-pox,   3;  infectious  conjunctivitis,  6
	
|
 1	
2
Chicken-pox,   5;  mumps,   7;  infectious conjunctivitis,  20
Chicken-pox, 23; infectious conjunctivitis,   170
Infectious conjunctivitis,   12....
1
Some crowding; ventilation fair
Whooping-cough;   scarlet   fever;
chicken-pox
garis,  1; hip-disease, 1; wax in ear,
2; strabismus, 1; loss of weight, 3 ;
obesity, 1
1
1
Whooping-cough; scarlet fever....
in   one   eye,   2;   herpes   zoster,    1;
pigeon-chested,    1;    bronchitis,    1;
otitis   media,   1;   skin-infection,   1;
alopecia, 1; underweight, 1; eczema,
1; wax in ear,  1
3;    dirty,    1;    pigeon-chested,    1;
speech,  1
3
0 K.
cardiac murmur,  1
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O.K	 K 26
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RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Delta:
Annieville	
Boundary Bay....
Canoe Pass	
Delta, Central....
Delta, East	
Kennedy	
Sunbury	
Trenant	
Westham	
Esquimalt:
Lampson Street..
A. A. King..
A. A. King..
A. A. King..
A. A. King..
A. A. King..
A. A.
A. A.
King..
King..
A. A. King..
A. A. King..
J. S. McCallum..
Kent:
Agassiz	
Harrison Mills	
Langley:
Aldergrove	
Belmont	
County Line	
East Langley	
Fort Langley	
Glenwood	
Glen Valley	
Langley Prairie	
Milner	
Murray ville	
Otter	
South Otter	
Patricia	
Sperling	
West Langley	
Willoughby	
Maple Ridge:
Alexander Robinson..
P. S. McCaffrey..
P. S. McCaffrey..
A. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
. A. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
. McBurney..
. McBurney..
. McBurney..
. McBurney..
. McBurney..
A. McBurney..
Hammond	
Haney Public
Maple Ridge	
Ruskin	
Whonnock	
Webster's Corners..
Mission:
Cedar Valley	
Hatzic	
Silverdale	
Silverhill	
Stave Falls	
Stave Gardens..	
Steelhead	
Mission Central	
Oak Bay:
Monterey	
Willows..
J. N. Taylor..
J. N. Taylor..
Peachland..
Penticton...
Wm. Buchanan..
H. McGregor	
Pitt Meadows..
Richmond:
Bridgeport..
English	
General Currie....
Hamilton	
Lord Byng	
Mitchell	
Richmond, East..
Sea Island	
Saanich:
Cedar Hill	
Cloverdale	
C. A. Graves..
C. A. Graves..
C. A. Graves..
C. A. Graves..
C. A. Graves..
C. A. Graves..
C. A. Graves..
C. A. Graves..
D. Berman..
D. Berman..
Craigflower	
Gordon Head..
Keating	
D. Berman..
D. Berman..
D. Berman..
Miss E. Morrison..
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
MissM.E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
MissM.E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
MissM.E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
MissM.E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss Bradshaw	
Miss Bradshaw..
Miss M. A. Twiddy.
Miss Smith..
Miss Smith..
Miss Tait	
Miss Smith	
Miss Hocking..
25
25
27
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35
91
56
18
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171
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159
881
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87
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148
80
149
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206
326
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175
325
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2 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 27
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.
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Scarlet fever, 1	
2
4
Scarlet   fever,    3;   mumps,    3;
chicken-pox,      1;     whooping-
cough,  3
Adequate space; well
ventilated and
heated
3
10
3
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
2
3
2
2
2
poisoning  (died)
2
5
2
2
Chicken-pox, 4; mumps,  1	
Chicken-pox, 5 ; scarlet fever, 3 ;
mumps,   1
changed.
Good.
Good.
dectomy,  1
2
2
6
3
2
1
6
Fair.
2
2
Cardiac,   1; brain-fever,   1;  osteomulu-
1
2
5
1
2
Fair
Fair.
tion, 1; fractured limb,  1
No overcrowding;
heating and ventilation satisfactory
No  overcrowding;
heating and ventilation satisfactory
Clean; adequate-
3; cardiac, 2; nervous disease,  8
15
Yes.
1
Chicken-pox;    whooping-cough;
scarlet fever
Scarlet   fever;   whooping-cough;
chicken-pox
Poor ventilation	
Poor ventilation
Yes.
Cardiac,   7;  pulmonary,  4	
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
5
5
3
6
1
Cardiac,   9;   pulmonary,   2;   epilepsy,
2
2
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1 K 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Saanich—Continued.
McKenzie Avenue	
Prospect Lake	
Royal Oak	
Saanichton	
West Saanich	
Strawberry Vale	
Tillicum	
Tolmie	
Victoria Model School
Salmon Arm:
Broadview	
Canoe, North	
Canoe, South	
Gleneden	
Larch Hill	
Mount Ida	
Salmon Arm, West	
Summerland	
Surrey:
Anniedale -
Clayton	
Cloverdale	
Colebrook	
Crescent	
Elgin	
Grandview Heights	
Green Timber	
Hall's Prairie	
Hjorth Road	
Johnson Road	
Kensington, East	
Kensington Prairie	
Newton	
Port Kells	
Port  Mann	
Strawberry  Hill	
Surrey Centre.	
Simon  Cunningham...
Tyne Head	
Westminster, South...
White  Rock	
Woodward's Hill	
Vancouver,   North:
Capilano	
Dollarton	
Keith Lynn	
Lynn  Valley	
North  Star	
Vancouver,  West:
Inglewood	
Pauline Johnson	
Hollyhurn	
Medical Inspector.
it. rserman....
D. Berman....
D. Berman....
D. Berman....
D. Berman.-...
D. Berman....
D. Berman....
D. Berman....
Jas. P. Vye-
Drs. Beech & Beech.
Drs. Beech & Beech.
Drs. Beech & Beech.
Drs. Beech & Beech.
Drs. Beech & Beech.
Drs. Beech & Beech.
Drs. Beech & Beech.
F. W. Andrew	
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. P. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
F. D. Sinclair..
G. F. Amyot....
G. F. Amyot....
G. F. Amyot..-
G. F. Amyot.-.
G. F. Amyot....
A. C. Nash..
A. C. Nash..
A. C. Nash..
School Nurse.
Miss Hocking	
Miss Hocking	
Miss Hocking	
Miss Hocking	
Miss Hocking	
Miss Tait	
MissTait	
Miss Hocking	
Miss M. R. Smith.
Miss N. Armstrong
Miss N. Armstrong
Miss N. Armstrong
Miss N. Armstrong
Miss N. Armstrong
Miss E. L. Elliott-
Miss E. L. Elliott-
Miss E. L. Elliott. .
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1121 100
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1131 112
260
258
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31
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36
32
115
85
71
63
29
34
71
189
I
239
244
81
22
65
23
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30
32
44
273
13
70
176
22
26
25
21
30
33
31
106
77
68
53
27
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66
177
124
124
34
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114
110
240
237
180
176
426
426
320
320
225
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RURAL AND
Abbotsford
Adelphi	
Ainsworth.
J. M.. MeDiarmid....
C. J. M. Willoughby.
D. J. Barclay	
224
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K. 29
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.
4
2
1
Mumps,  1; scarlet fever, 1	
O.K	
O.K.
Satisfactory	
15
Good	
Yes.
chronic bronchitis, 2 ; underweight, 5
weight
2;    hamceopligia,    1;    no   gain   in
weight.   1;  endocarditis,   2
0
1
2
blepharitis,  1
D.A.H.,   2;   endocarditis,   1;  conjunctivitis,  1
Endocarditis,  4;  marginal blepharitis,
1;   conjunctivitis,    2;   foreign   body
in ear, 2; bifid uvula, 1; D.A.H., 2
Strabismus,   1;   cleft   palate,   1;   conjunctivitis,  3 ; blepharitis,  1; spinal
deformity;   1;  endocarditis,   1;  trachoma,   1
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Orthopaedic,     1;    speech    defects,    1;
anaemia, 3 ; dermatitis,  1
Orthopaedic, 2; speech defects, 1; cardiac,   1
Orthopaedic, 3; speech defects, 3; hernia,  1; anaemia, 4; dermatitis, 1	
Orthopaedic,   10;   anaemia,   2;   speech
defects,  2
Dermatitis,  1; hernia,  1; anaemia, 2;
speech defects,   1
Cardiac, 16; bronchial,  2; orthopaedic,
6; acne, 5; posture, 33; feet, 27
Cardiac,  3;  orthopaedic,   1;  bronchial,
1; aene, 1; posture,  11; feet, 16
Cardiac,   2;   orthopaedic,   1;   posture,
12; feet, 25
3
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Chicken-pox, 6; scarlet fever, 1;
mumps,   5
Whooping-cough, 7; scarlet fever,
2; mumps,  1
Scarlet fever,  1; mumps, 23
Good	
Fair	
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5
6
10
8
2
1
5
2
1
Good	
Chicken-pox, 4; whooping-cough,
1; scarlet fever, 4 ; mumps, 19
Good	
Rooms crowded	
Clean;  adequate.
3
3
Scarlet fever, 4 ; whooping-cough,
2; mumps, 2; chicken-pox, 2 S
Scarlet fever, 2 ;  whooping-cough,
3;    rubella,    1;    mumps,    1;
chicken-pox,  22
Good	
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ASSISTED SCHOOLS.
Satisfactory	
Clean; adequate.
1
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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L. N. Beckwith	
4
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(Ootsa Lake)
H. F. P. Grafton	
1
H. F. P. Grafton
1
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2
3
2
2
5
4
2
8
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J. E. Knipfel	
H. S. Trefry	
8
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6
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16
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N. J. Paul	
1
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1
1
2
4
2
7
2
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8
W. H. Wood	
1
1
1
2
2
J. H. Palmer	
1
2
4
2
1
2
3
1
2
5
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L. N. Beckwith	
Miss N. E. Dunn...
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4
5
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6
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Atlin	
L. G. C. d'Easum	
31        3
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5
2
10
2
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3
4
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Bamfield	
W. E. Bavis	
Barnston Island	
8
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Barriere Forks	
2
7
2
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G. A. Ootmar	
Mrs. A. Grindon....
2
Beaverdell	
2
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7
3
7
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1
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23
13
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2
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Bella Coola, Lower...	
Belleview	
F.  T.  Stanier	
Miss Kilpatrick....
1
2
Bend—	
2
6
Benvoulin _ ,
G.  A.   Ootmar	
Mrs. A. Grindon...
1
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5
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Bevan.	
T.   A.   Briggs	
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H. E. P. Grafton....
2
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Birch Island	
1
Birken	
N. J. Paul	
1
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 31
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.
Good     	
Good.
speech,  1
Good.
Yes.
Very clean	
Satisfactory	
O.K.
Satisfactory	
pulmonary,   1
Good	
summer.
Yes.
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Yes.
Scarlet fever __	
Yes.
Good condition	
Satisfactory 	
Clean.
Yes.
3
Scarlet fever,  7	
Fair	
Good.
3
Light poor; fair	
Very satisfactory
Satisfactory	
Good.
Good	
Good.
Good.
Good;    ventilation,
light,   and   heat
sufficient
Good.
Satisfactory..	
Good .'-
Not   crowded;   ventilation and heating adequate
Good.
Influenza,      12 ;     broncho-pneumonia,  3
Yes.
Satisfactory 	
 1	
Fair.
6
la ted and heated
Good.
Log;  in fair repair..
O.K	
O.K.
Satisfactory	
Good	
Nervous,   1;   scoliosis	
Good.
Good.
Satisfactory	
Yes.
 1	
Satisfactory.
1
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Yes.
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Good.
Heart,   2	
 1	
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Satisfactory	
Lighting poor	
Dusty	
O.K.
 1	
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O.K.
 1	
 1	
Clean; adequate.
	
3
1
Satisfactory	
1
paralysis, 1
boys'    should
be improved.
1
 1	
Good	
Good.
Heart,   1	
Better     than     last
year,   but   poorly
designed
Poorly   lighted   and
ventilated
Good  condition	
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
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68
10
33
14
7
21
12
88
15
8
23
32
10
47
15
11
8
19
25
12
13
22
10
25
9
28
14
6
18
110
17
15
25
168
15
69
73
19
20
138
14
20
55
34
7
10
15
11
5
70
28
44
55
11
62
16
13
17
18
27
22
13
76
11
21
14
16
34
15
30
53
25
66
15
33
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7
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20
0
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12
2
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3
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1
7
3
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24
2
10
6
3
34
5
25
6
1
4
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2
1
Mrs. A. Grindon...
2
4
....
4
14
6
1
1
1
1
4
.
P.  E.  Ziegler	
1
T.  H. Lougheed	
J. H. Palmer	
3
21
2
4
5
4
4
M.  G.  Archibald	
L. N. Beckwith
Miss N. E. Dunn-
1
3
1
3
4
2
4
4
2
3
3
3
5
5
1
1
1
1
J.  P.   Ellis	
3
W.  H.  Wood	
1
2
1
8
1
10
6
4
6
4
5
5
3
18
3
	
2
40
2
17
27
1
4
3
4
20
o
1
1
1
1
N.  J   Paul     	
	
1
1
2
3
1
2
2
5
1
1
1
	
H. F. P. Grafton....
2
3
2
1
D. M. King	
1
4
1
6
1
1
1
7
2
28
3
11
31
0
2
49
W.  H. Wood	
H. F. P. Grafton....
2
1
1
1
5
2
10
14
1
1
3
2
•    3
7
5
8
5
14
9
F.   E   Coy      	
5
9
1
2
1
1
12
1
7
	
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Britannia  Mines	
7
Brocklehurst	
M. G. Archibald	
9
Brookmere	
G. H Tutill   	
1
Brooks, Powell River	
22
1
3
	
	
4
2
4
2
4
2
9
1
2
4
2
17
7
1
37
Cahilty	
M.  G   Archibald	
..
1
5
Cale  Creek	
H.   S.   Trefry	
1
3
1
1
3
1
2
1
2
1
9
13
4
1
2
R   E   Ziegler  . .
Campbell   Ranch	
2
R.  E.  Ziegler	
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
4
6
4
0
11
3
1
2
1
...
1
5
F.  E   Coy       	
2
21
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
20
Canyon Creek	
1
1
4
E.   Buckell	
1
1
...
4
5
4
o
5
2
0
5
6
Carrol's Landing	
7
2
8
	
2
4
1
5
Cartier	
6
Cascade	
1
1
1
4
3
1
	
2
2
1
1
2
9
1
8
2
5
5
2
5
13
Castlegar	
1
1
2
1
3
1
2
5
H.   E.  P.   Grafton
D.  McCaffrey	
Mrs.   B.   Thomson.
Cawston	
Cedar,   East	
2
1
3
1
2
o
4
2
1
4
3
1
1
Cedar,  North	
3
Celista	
3
1
2
Champion   Creek	
2
1
1
1
1
2
5
3
Chapman  Camp	
Charlie Lake	
H. A. W. Brown	
Miss  Claxton	
Chase	
10
2
1
29
2
9
3
1
28
o
9
7
1
2
13
Chase  Creek	
1
Chase   River	
*     2
1
Cherry Creek	
2
3
Chezacut	
1
1
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 33
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.
i
O.K	
O.K.
1
!	
Good	
Good	
Satisfactory.
Yes.
Satisfactory	
Good     	
Yes.
Fair	
Good       	
Poorly lighted	
Good   	
Inadequate.
Whooping-cough,   4;  mumps,   3;
chicken-pox, 2
Good  ..
Satisfactory	
Good  condition	
Anaemia, 1 	
No  .
Clean;  adequate.
Good.
Good  condition	
Clean; adequate.
Good
Good
Good
Clean;  adequate.
Satisfactory.
Clean;  adequate.
Good.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Two; in good
repair.
Satisfactory	
Divs.    V.    and   VI.
very  bad;  others
O.K.  ,
1
2
i
4; hernia,  1; thyroglossal cyst, 1
Satisfactory	
2
i
New  wooden   building
Satisfactory	
Condition  of  building good
Clean; adequate.
Adequate.
Good	
Good	
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Yes.
*i
Satisfactory	
Good	
Satisfactory	
stenosis,   2
1
Clean;  adequate.
T.B.  lungs 	
Yes.
Yes.
Advise digging new
and deeper pits.
Yes.
Clean;  adequate.
Good.
1
Good	
Lighting excellent....
Good	
Fair	
Good.
Fair.
?
sis,  1; pulmonary,  2
Clean;  adequate.
1
2
Good      ,
Good
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Good
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Clean; adequate.
Yes.
1
One privy.
-
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School Nurse.
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1
1
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W. H. Wood	
1
M. G. Archibald
1
2
6
1
6
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1
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2
1
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6
1
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1
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5
9
F. T. Stanier	
Miss Kilpatrick
7
3
Colleymount	
T. C. Holmes
2
1
3
2
3
38
5
4
1
1
13
12
1
1
2
2
38
5
4
1
3
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2
8
2
27
1
1
1
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10
j
2
10
13
8
2
2
2
10
5
R. E. Ziegler	
H. N. Watson	
Miss M. F. Young..
Miss Kilpatrick
0
1
1
4
7
10
4
10
4
21
8
30
19
5
7
6
7
1
13
25
3
10
5
3
39
5
8
7
5
6
2
8
10
7
9
14
20
2
12
8
7
14
4
5
6
3
3
5
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Cranberry Lake	
26
2
1
1
1
4
5
16
1
1
1
4
68
1
2
3
C. Ewert -	
2
1
1
3
2
2
2
30
1
52
M. G. Archibald	
4
1
3
-    2
2
1
1
1
12
8
1
2
C. J. M. Willoughby.
L. N. Beckwith
1
1
1
3
9
1
8
1
3
2
2
24
2
8
8
5
5
2
7
2
14
3
22
1
1
5
Dawson Creek 	
Miss N. E. Dunn...
1
8
1
7
6
8
2
1
2
8
1
7
7
6
3
1
7
19
4
3
2
2
T. A. Briggs	
o
1
11
4
12
2
2
.    2
1
3
5
1
2
5
1
12
1
1
1
14
3
22
1
1
1
14
3
22
1
1
3
4
Deverenx	
L. N. Beckwith	
W  H. Mclntyre
Miss N. E. Dunn...
D. P. Hanington
R. D. Rush	
Miss E. G. Allan...
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
H. F. P. Grafton	
1
1
1
1
1
F. Inglis	
H. A. Christie	
1
5
1
2
1
2
1
0
8
4
3
2
1
1
0
6
1
3
3
5
10
1
2
E. Buckell	
F. E. Coy	
1
1
2
1
3
4
3
4
4
12
4
14
R. A. Geld	
7
2
2
1
9
2
5
Elk Bay	
Elk Bridge	
G. F. Young	
3
2
1
1
7
4
10
Elko	
H. A. Christie	
6
6 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 35
ASSISTED SCHOOLS— Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous,  Pulmonary,  Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.    State
if clean and
adequate.
1
Good	
Yes.
Good.
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good.
Good.
O.K	
O.K.
Very clean	
Overcrowded	
O.K	
O.K.
Good	
Heating good; light
poor
Fair   ventilation;
poor heating
Good	
10
1
Influenza,  5	
Whooping-cough	
be rebuilt.
Clean;  adequate.
O.K.
Good	
2
Good.
Good	
Good	
Good	
Good.
Chicken-pox; septic throat; gland
involvement
Good.
2
Good	
Good... .
Good.
V.D.H.,   1	
O.K.
No drinking facilities.
1
Mild  flu	
2
Good;   capacity   attendance
Good	
Good.
Good	
Good	
Not   crowded;   well
heated
Good.
Cardiac,   6;  T.B.   hip,   1...
Yes.
Ventilation   good;
heating poCr
Good	
Yes.
4
Satisfactory	
1
2
Floor-space crowded-
Good	
O.K.
Good	
Good.
Condition good	
Good     	
Good.
Good	
clean.
Good	
Clean and sanitary...
2
V.D.H.,  2	
Clean and sanitary....
1
2
1
O.K	
Yes.
Condition good	
1
O.K	
Good;   needs   decorating
Satisfactory	
Fair.
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good.
Good	
Poor;   needs   repair
Good condition	
Good.
Yes.
Satisfactory	
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Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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5
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1
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6
H. F. P. Grafton	
2
MissB. McPherson
2
G. A. Ootmar	
Mrs. A. Grindon...
Miss E. G. Allen-
D. P. Hanington
4
4
21
1
3
3
	
1
3
3
9
1
2
3
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11
1
2
1
2
R. A. Geld	
5
3
H. S. Trefry	
Field	
2
6
	
13
H. A. W. Brown
Miss  Claxton	
5
M.  G.  Archibald-   .
2
2
1
o
4
1
1
3
4
1
1
3
2
3
2
7
1
1
6
5
5
3
10
H. F. P. Grafton
C. Pitts	
1
1
3
1
13
1
3
1
Fort George,  South	
4
9
1
2
2
5
3
1
1
'
Fort St.  John	
H. A. W. Brown
H. A. W. Brown
T.   W.   Green .   .
Miss  Claxton	
Miss  Claxton	
2
..   .
	
2
1
	
5
1
5
3
4
2
2
4
1
1
1
6
8
11
1
6
4
8
46
16
31
6
13
4
3
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3
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3
2
6
4
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4
6
4
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1
6
19
4
2
18
12
2
6
1
10
20
1
3
1
1
1
5
5
o
1
1
1
H.   S.   Trefry	
9
C.   Pitts	
1
MissB. McPherson
2
1
M.   G.  Archibald	
15
1
4
5
2
1
6
1
9
4
4
4
8
29
4
8
1
7
2
2
2
12
2
5
3
6
o
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
2
1
1
3
1
It.  D.  Rush	
C.   H.  West	
3
3
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
10
2
2
3
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H.  G.  McLean	
G.  M.  Kirkpatrick
	
	
	
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2
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1
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4
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W.  Truax	
1
1
H.  S.  Trefry.   ..
1
2
o
1
1
1
Glade	
3
3
2
3
2
2
3
Glenlily	
1
H. W. Watson	
Miss M. F. Y'oung.
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
9
R. B. Brummitt .   . .
3
13
1
7
Golden	
1
1
4
3
J. F. Grant	
Miss Ings	
	
I MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 37
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous,  Pulmonary,  Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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1
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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
Good; junior school,
poor
Good condition	
Good.
infantile  paralysis,   2;   scoliosis,   3;
nervous,  2
Yes.
Condition good	
Good	
Good.
Yes.
Satisfactory	
Dark;  poorly ventilated
Satisfactory	
No	
Poorly lighted——
Good	
Yes.
i
1
trachea, bronchial glands,  1
Satisfactory	
Good	
O.K.
Good	
expansion defective,  8; goitre; malnutrition
Good	
Yes.
Good	
Fair	
Yes.
No   drinking   facilities
Frame;  new	
Yes.
Posture  B,   3 	
Good	
O.K.
Good	
Good.
	
... [   	
 1	
Good	
Good	
Yes
Good	
Yes.
Good	
Suspected  T.B.,   1	
Good	
Good.
Good	
Good	
0 K.
O.K.
Club-foot, 1	
Good	
Yes.
 1	
 1	
No	
Comfortable; in good
repair
One room; very overcrowded
Good            	
 1	
1
sanitary.
Good.
Good	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Heated   with   stove;
not crowded; well
ventilated
o
2
3
3
3
4
Overcrowded; poorly
lighted  and ventilated
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Clean;  adequate.
0 K.
Good	
Good.
Heart,   2	
Good -
Good.
Satisfactory	
O.K.
 1	
	
glands
Satisfactory	
Poor —.
	
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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7 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 39
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous,  Pulmonary,  Cardiac
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Condition of
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crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.    State
if clean and
adequate.
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Satisfactory	
Condition good	
Adequate	
Satisfactory	
Good	
O.K.
Good	
Good	
Good.
Condition good	
Clean;  adequate.
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Good	
Good.
I
Good	
Good.
Satisfactory	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Good.
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Clean and sanitary...
Crowded;   poorly
lighted
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quate.
Good.
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Good.
  1	
Good	
Good	
Good.
  1
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Good	
Good.
Good	
have dry earth
in box.
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Yes.
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Good	
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supply
	
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Good	
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3
Good.
1
Good	
Conjunctivitis,   2;   scarlet   fever   suspect, 1
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Somewhat  crowded-
Good	
Cardiac,   1 ?   enlarged   tracheobronchial
glands, 2
O.K	
Good 	
O.K	
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Fair.
1
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1--.
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Good	
Yes.
Good	
Good.
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nervous,   1; hyp-papilli tongue,   1
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Good.
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Good.
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H. F. P. Grafton....
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4
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 41
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous,  Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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2
2
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Good.
Yes.
Yes.
In good condition. ,.
Yes.                .   ,
1; hydrocephalus, 1; Erb's palsy, 1;
enuresis,    1;   ichthyosis,    1;   polio.
(old"),   2;   nephritis,   2;   acne,   2;
squint, 3; cardiac, 2
Good	
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Good ;	
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heated
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Good	
Good	
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Good	
Good     .
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Clean;  adequate.
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Yes.
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Clean;  adequate.
Good    ....
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well heated
Yes.
Good	
Good . ...
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heated
Good    	
Satisfactory	
Ventilation O.K.;
heating  fairly
good
	
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adequate.
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Good.
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Good	
Yes.
L-'ghting imperfect—
Not crowded;    well
heated
1
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Condition  of  building good
Clean;  adequate.
vous,   1;   thyroid,   1;   alopecia,   1;
scarface
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3
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1
9
11
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16
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5
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H.  S.  Trefry	
3
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H. F. P. Grafton	
1
3
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F.  W.  Andrew
H. F. P. Grafton
1
R.  A.  Geld- .
2
7
2
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1
1
1
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6
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2
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H. A. Christie
5
1
1
1
1
3
8
6
15
1
1
1
G. H. Tutill
1
2
11
11
1
14
11
1
1
3
4
5
17
6
6
3
8
63
7
14
6
20
3
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5
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11
12
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Miss M. F. Young-
1
1
1
1
2
9
4
8
1
5
2
1
9
9
North Bend	
1
2
2
2
1
4
6
Northfleld	
3
3
75
8
24
286
12
25
39
56
13
143
22
13
7
25
10
10
18
34
8
69
37
9
10
12
7
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113
6
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Notch Hill	
1
44
3
6
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8
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5
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7
G. A.  Ootmar	
Mrs.  A. Grindon..
Miss R. Malion....
Mrs.  A.  Grindon..
Miss B. Thomson...
Miss R. Mahon
3
1
8
1
3
7
6
54
4
10
1
14
7
2
23
Olalla	
N. J. Ball     	
32
1
3
1
39
6
2
53
150-Mile House	
H. F. P. Grafton
1
4
1
4
1
9
N. J. Ball
Miss R. Mahon
6
1
9
3
7
Othello	
1
Otter Point	
2
7
1
2
2
1
4
2
3
2
1
2
9
5
4
30
4
5
9
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6
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1
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1
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D. P. Hanington
Miss E. G. Allan...
1
1
3
1
2
12
5
1
1
2
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
5
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L. N. Beckwith	
Miss N. E. Dunn...
3
4
15
9
MissD. MacKenzie
9
1
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 43
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Closets.    State
if clean and
adequate.
Good                      	
Satisfactory	
Good             ....
Clean;  adequate.
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Good	
Good.
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Dirty; inadequate.
Clean;  adequate.
No	
Fair	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Adequate.
Yes.
Satisfactory	
Clean;  adequate.
Satisfactory	
Clean and sanitary.
Satisfactory	
Log; in poor repair.
Satisfactory	
Clean;  adequate.
1
Chicken-pox	
Clean;  adequate.
Whooping-cough; scarlet fever-
4 by 4 feet; yes.
Clean;  adequate.
Satisfactory	
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Satisfactory	
Clean;  adequate.
6
Satisfactory	
Clean and sanitary..
No   drinking   facilities
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Lighting poor	
O.K.
Chicken-pox,  8; mumps, 4	
Chicken-pox, 2; whooping-cough,
16
Satisfactory	
Yes. "
Good;     well    ventilated and heated;
not crowded
Clean;   adequate.
bladder, 1; skin conditions, 5
neries'.
1
infantile paralysis, 1
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
systolic murmur, 3; leukoderma, 2
1
Satisfactory	
No drinking facilities
Crowded;  poorly
ventilated
Clean;  adequate.
Good;   grounds   wet
and poor
1
Not   crowded;   well
heated
2
Satisfactory	
O.K.
Satisfactory	
1
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18
47
12
19
13
17
41
10
19
13
i
3
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4
8
2
3
4
4
2
4
1
3
4
5
18
1
16
2
4
10
1
1
2
2
9
4
1
6
8
1
4
2
1
2
1
J. C. Stuart	
H. A. W. Brown
N. J. Paul.. ..
1
i
2
1
1
7
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
Pemberton Meadows	
N. J. Paul	
231      23
1
18
59
12
10
25
9
9
22
4.2
19
58
15
17
72
192
14
13
75
18
13
18
'58
12
10
24
9
9
22
41
18
57
14
10
72
192
14
13
73
18
11
Pender Island	
R. D. Rush	
2
2
1
1
2
2
4
1
5
22
26
16
R. D. Rush	
R. B. Brummitt	
3
Perry Siding	
2
G. H. Tutill	
4
5
H. A. W. Brown	
D. M. King	
1
2
2
13
2
2
4
7
10
4
24
20
2
2
Port Alice	
7
Port Hardy	
Port Essington	
Port Moody	
G.   M.   Kirkpatrick
1
2
2
2
15
28
8
47
38
13
9
34
10
7
4
45
7
1
17
1
8
1
2
20
6
3
12
4
1
3
8
17
2
1
1
2
16
8
3
2
1
2
1
6
•
L.  N.  Beckwith
11
0
10
6
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Pouce Coupe,  Central....
Pouce Coupe, East	
Powell  River.      (See
Brooks  and  Henderson. )
20
27
261
54
21
66
46
41
29
138
10
17
14
8
29
13
8
12
31
10
15
7
12
17
12
40
10
19
9
11
10
72
18
11
13
11
12
9
18
13
10
20
279
20
27
256
53
20
65
46
41
29
130
10
17
14
7
29
13
0
11
31
10
15
7
12
16
12
46
10
19
9
11
10
68
18
11
13
11
12
9
18
13
10
20
261
1
8
16
1
1
5
16
16
14
2
6
8
27
3
14
1
7
8
12
123
14
10
12
18
25
7
4
5
3
4
3
10
1
1
1
5
2
5
3
7
8
4
12
4
5
2
2
3
33
9
5
3
8
203
8
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12
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2
7
2
10
7
2
3
1
2
13
J. R. Naden
2
1
1
5
L.  N. Beckwith
Miss N.   E.   Dunn
MissD. MaeKenzie.
4
2
5
2
6
3
4
1
3
1
1
13
1
3
8
1
2
8
. 1
4
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H. F. P Grafton
1
3
1
Radium Hot Springs .   .
Red Gap	
C
5
4
1
2
3
1
6
,4
3
1
3
,   10
1
Remo	
Renata	
Retreat Cove	
2
1
2
3
3
4
1
2
1
1
7
1
2
8
3
5
Riondel	
Riverside	
Robins Range	
Roberts Creek, East	
3
3
3
3
1
1
4
1
1
7
1
2
1
4
1
4
1
4
0
6
4
1
2
1
18
1
4
3
2
6
4
7
3
6
136
2
4
6
2
2
3
2
Rock Creek,  Upper	
Rock Mountain	
Roe Lake .....
3
1
4
8
2
2
8
7
2
4
1
Rolla,  North	
Roosville	
H. A.  Christie	
J.   P.   Ellis	
4
4
3
1
2
4
2
74
1
2
1
1
7
Rose Hill	
3
2
2
H. T. P. Grafton
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
6
7
4
0
2
9
165
2
9
Rose  Prairie	
H. A. W. Brown
Miss Claxton	
Round Lake	
3
1
4
1
6
3
4
11
5
1
76
C. 3. M. Willoughby.
E.   R.  Hicks	
2
Mrs. A.  Grindon..
30
1
14
3
3 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 45
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous,  Pulmonary,  Cardiac
Disease,  etc.).
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Condition of
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crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.   State
if clean and
adequate.
Clean.
Clean;  adequate.
i.....
Good condition	
Good condition	
Crowded; poor ventilation
1
T.B. hip,  2	
2
T.B.   foot,   1   	
i
Poorly lighted	
i
Good	
Good.
Satisfactory	
Yes.
O.K.
2
Good	
Good.
Good	
Clean;  adequate.
11	
Quinsy, 1 	
Good	
1
5
Good.
sis,   1;   eczema    (ear),   1;   internal
strabismus, 2; nervous cases, 2
Good	
Yes.
1
|
Good	
7
1
 1        1
|
1
1
Good	
Yes.
1
Light good; heating
excellent; ventilation fair
No   drinking   facilities
Cleft  palate,   1;   cardiac,   1;   torticollis,   1
.J.         1          1
 |.„.
Good.
Club-foot,   1	
 1	
Very satisfactory
No	
No	
O.K.
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Good	
1 .
Clean; adequate.
Fair	
O.K	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Good.
1
Good	
Not  crowded;   well
heated
Satisfactory	
Yes.
O.K.
 1	
1
...
Yes.
I
Light  poor	
Clean.
 |	
O.K.
O.K
..     . |...
Good condition	
.]...     .
Clean;  adequate.
Satisfactory.
1
Satisfactory	
 |	
I
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Yes
 1	
Yes
...
..1	
Well   cared   for	
Exceptionally   clean-
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
1
1
	
1
Good	
Good.
Clean;  adequate.
O.K.
O.K	
O.K	
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
 1	
Good   	
3
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Seating:    Senior
School    good;
Junior  School
poor
scoliosis,   1;   anaemia,   4;   infantile
paralysis, 2
proved. K 46
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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74
18
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H.  S.  Trefry	
1
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D.   P.   Hanington....
H. A.  Christie	
Miss E. G. Allen-
1
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19
15
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2
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G. M. Kirkpatrick	
G. M. Kirkpatrick....
L. B   Wrinch
1
3
2
1
2
1
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2
1
7
1
J. C. Stuart	
2
2
4
2
2
7
2
6
Miss Kilpatrick
41	
2
13
1
1
2
5
4
H S  Trefry
2
3
4
0
28
9
2
6
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82
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1
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105
47
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1
1
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J. F. Grant  	
1
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5
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4
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19
2
9
2
1
36
2
1
2
2
28
1
0
78
2
24
6
11
2
5
H. F. P. Grafton
4
J. F. Grant'
2
1
5
1
1
1
4
6
6
4
2
6
4
4
13
3
11
8
1
1
8
2
13
2
1
4
3
1
6
10
3
1
13
1
T  C  Holmes
4
2
12
4
4
7
1
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5
3
1
9
4
7
1
1
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G. H. Tutill
1
5
2
1
4
2
8
1
2
1
2
1
2
5
1
4
2
L. N. Beckwith
H. F. P. Grafton
Miss N. E. Dunn...
11
1
3
2
1
3
M. G. Archibald
1
N. J. Paul
6
8
2
1
2
St. Elmo	
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
1
3
5
2
1
1
3
	
2
1
E. Buckell
Miss N. E. Dunn...
1
8
4
4
12
1
3
3
2
H. A. W- Brown
L. N. Beckwith
Miss N. E. Dunn...
2
2
4
3
5
21 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1933-34.                                  K 47
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous,  Pulmonary,  Cardiac
Disease, etc. 1.
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Closets.   State
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1
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O.K.
Clean; adequate.
1
Good
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean;  adequate.
2
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Good condition; not
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O.K
O.K
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Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Good    	
Satisfactory.
Good.
Good
1      1
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Whooping-cough,    5;    chicken-
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Poorly lighted ,
Good
....| |	
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 1 	
Good	
O.K.
Good
1
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heated
Fair	
Crowded;    out    of
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Varicella;  mumps;  measles	
Whooping-cough,     3;    chicken-
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Yes.
Acute cold, 4; cardiac,  7; blepharitis,
6
1
	
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5
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Good
Fair
Yes.
	
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1
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1
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Satisfactory	
Good       ..  ..
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Good.
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Satisfactory	
Yes.
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Good       	
repair.
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Good.
Good.
Good	
Good.
Good	
O.K.
Good	
Yes.
1
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Satisfactory	
Very satisfactory
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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F. T. Stanier	
Miss Kilpatrick
H. S. Trefry	
6
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12
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H. A. W. Brown
2
5
2
5
4
8
1
3
7
19
2
4
2
6
3
1
19
9
8
1
1
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3
60
1
5
2
N. J. Ball	
Miss It. Mahon
3
2
3
4
3
1
1
2
1
5
18
6
1
7
54
5
9
3
2
2
18
6
5
7
1
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14
16
6
4
0
21
10
3
4
	
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2
9
1
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1
10
1
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8
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1
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7
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1
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1
1
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3
1
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1
24
1
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3
2
	
4
5
8
2
1
1
4
II.  W.  Hill	
Miss C.  A.  Lucas.
5
1
2
3
4
3
1
1
2
o
4
14
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
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1
4
3
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7
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3
7
3
8
6
24
1
3
1
5
9
4
11
9
5
2
19
3
C. J. M. Willoughby.
5
3
1
1
1
2
3
2
4
2
o
2
0
2
H.  F.  P.   Grafton
Miss E. G. Allen-
2
2
1
3
3
3
7
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
1
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15
63
9
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16
1
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2
	
2
1
4
2
1
3
3
D. P. Hanington
Miss E. G. Allen-
4
3
10
1
1
4
36
1
1
2
8
C. J. M. Willoughby.
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4
3
14
4
4
C. J. M. Willoughby.
1
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1
12
1
4
11
5
2
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2 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
K 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.
Satisfactory	
Clean	
Good	
 !    .....
Good	
Yes.
Good.
Satisfactory  ,
Ventilator  out  of
commission
Good	
Light   and   ventilation   fair;   no
ante-room
Yes.
O.K.
Good	
O.K _	
O.K.
i
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Chicken-pox	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory _
O.K.
flat feet,  5; Mongol type,  1
2
O.K	
Satisfactory	
Good	
repaired since.
O.K.
O.K	
Clean; adequate.
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good.
Not crowded;   well
heated
Crowded	
Crowded	
1
O.K	
1
Good	
3
1
adequate.
Good	
quate.
O.K.
Yes.
Good	
Scarlet fever,   1;  chicken-pox,   1
Heating   and   ventilation   might   be
improved
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Poorly ventilated
adequate.
O.K.
Yes.
Yes.
Good.
Good	
Yes.
Good	
Yes.
Lighting inadequate-
Good	
Yes.
2
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Satisfactory	
Good	
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Good.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1933-34.
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ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SUMMARY OF DEFECTS, 1933-34.
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247
515
225
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26
31
41
258
1,846
114
167
139
5,607
39
1,837
321
614
1,958
5,983
9,649
2,019
1,838
1,107
578
202
718
194
534
729
2,549
3,593
1,138
713
519
854
323
1,898
256
1,181
2,021
4,685
6,758
2,660
2,319
758
8,396
666
5,633
859
4,870
24,080
6,182
5,552
2,826
Totals	
174
4,915
4,145
31,072
11,467
23,713
75,486
319
319
13,684
11,163
5,652
5,029
47,806
44,800
18,685
15.075
21,944
21,217
108,090
97,603
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1934.
675-934-8963    

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