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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
TWENTY-SEVENTH REPORT
OF  THE
MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS
FOR THE
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30TH, 1938
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY  OP  THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles P. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1938. Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., November 30th, 1938.
To His Honour E. W. HAMBER,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Report of the Medical Inspection of
Schools for the year ended June 30th, 1938.
G. M. WEIR,
Provincial Secretary. RExpORT ON MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS.
Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., November 30th, 1938.
The Honourable G. M. Weir, M.A., D.Paed.,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Herewith I beg leave to hand you the Twenty-seventh Report of the Medical Inspection of Schools for the Province of British Columbia.
For twenty-seven years we have carried out this responsibility each year, and reported
to the Minister of our Department the work which has been carried out in the Provincial
Board of Health and, more particularly in this instance, of the enforcement and carrying-out
of the provisions of the Medical Inspection of Schools Act.
Public-health practice is as old as society. In its modern form, however, it is a young
branch of public administration. The major activities of local, Provincial, and Federal health
agencies are of surprisingly recent development. Public-health practice in its modern form
is a relatively young art. Its vitality is evident, however, not only from its accomplishments
of the past, but also by the diversity of the professions which it has come to embrace. We
have won and we hold the confidence of the public. The accomplishments of the past are
notable and significant and they are greatly appreciated by society, but we cannot rest upon
our oars and must admit that the accomplishments of the past in health conservation are
secondary to the needs of the present and the future.
I am taking the liberty of quoting from a previous report in which I said: " Whilst the
work in British Columbia has been, to an onlooker, probably slow, yet to those interested and
to those who understand the difficulty of influencing the public opinion we can look back to a
solid foundation upon which to build our future work, and the impetus that we have received
from yourself, Sir, augurs well for the enlargement of the present work and brings to those
immediately concerned the pleasant prospect of seeing your visions materialized."
We have been firmly imbued with the idea that results permanent in character can only
be brought about by beginning with the child at its birth and following it, step by step,
through different stages of education before entering school and then particularly after.
The space at my service in a report such as this is too short to enable me to give in detail
from year to year the changes that are being brought about. But in looking back during the
past twenty-seven years we have reason to be proud of the work which has been done, and
more especially of the fact that our work has been studied, understood, appreciated, and put
into force by public opinion.
We have increased our teaching facilities by bringing about coalescence in different parts
of the Province, and I am very pleased to say that this year we have achieved remarkable
results. This is particularly true of the Metropolitan Health Unit in and around the City of
Vancouver, and also as shown by the work that is being carried out in the smaller places in
the Province where we have more self-contained units.
In regard to the Metropolitan, I am taking the liberty of appending a report that we
received from the Epidemiologist in charge of the work at the University Unit. I feel sure
that a perusal of this, while not thoroughly understood altogether owing to its dealing with
professional subjects, yet will serve to show the heights to which we are rising in the work in
British Columbia when we compare this with the meagre reports of the schools when we began
twenty-seven years ago. A short time in the growth of nations, but a growth that is shown
by increased facilities which are being furnished to the people in British Columbia; also
shown by the results of the work of our staff who have kept pace with modern developments
and who have applied these in a way that has aided the health of the pupils under their care.
The health-work that is done in the schools is fitting into a niche in the general policy in
your department, Sir, involving so much that applies to the mosaic of the principles you have
laid down in regard to the inter-relation as between health and education.
Fortunately these results are noted and appreciated and approved by the people in
general. Just a short time ago we had a comment from a teacher to the effect that the
progress of the pupils is shown by the results of the treatment as regards health-work in
connection with education, the brightness of the pupils, a greater interest is shown in their
school-work and a higher standing attained from year to year. H 4 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
One way to convince the people is by demonstration in a practical manner of the postulates that we are laying down. There are many angles of our work which would make very
interesting reading, but space will not permit of our going into this as fully as should be done.
I referred in the last two Annual Reports of the Medical Inspection of Schools to the
work which we have been doing in dentistry. This work has been neglected more than any
other, through ignorance and through entire absence of the knowledge of what will happen to
the child in after-life if they continue to neglect the teeth. We have used every effort to
impress upon the people that, if the teeth are neglected, the child will suffer from chronic
diseases as they grow to manhood or womanhood. In order to impress our arguments upon
the people, we know the most convincing way is through demonstrations in a practical manner.
The people are most interested and more and more co-operative in regard to the dental-
work. Their co-operation is shown by substantial cash contributions. Where we have gone
into a district and cleaned it up makes it much easier to continue the work of prevention, and
the benefits that have accrued to the children through the dental-work has opened up further
avenues of which we are taking advantage.
The consolidation of our work which has been the growth of some years is bringing to the
people a greater knowledge of the results of unanimity. Our Public Health Nursing Service
is producing results that are very gratifying and it takes much less argument and talking
when starting the work at new points than it did previously. Our strong point in carrying
this work out is referring the people to districts where the work has been carried out or where
it is being carried out.
Our school-work throughout the Province will have to be considered in probably a
different aspect than we have in the past, and we will have to adopt a policy which will take
in a greater number of the small schools. It is difficult to reach these. However, by consolidation of the schools we hope that in the near future we will be able to report much more
favourable reception by the people.
Our full-time Health Units, presided over by a specially trained medical man, are accomplishing splendid results. The children are thoroughly examined, the nurses are with the
doctor when such examinations are held, and we trust that the medical profession will look
upon this school-work as something not only of great benefit to the recipients but that uniformity of principle in carrying it out will redound very much to the benefit of the medical
men.
We are confident that recognition of this principle is largely responsible for the success
of the work which we are carrying out in the Health Unit established for Vancouver and the
surrounding districts, and which also embraces the University Area, and we would call your
attention to the report which we are publishing in connection with this report and to which
we have already referred.
We would ask the school officials, and particularly the parents who may have an opportunity of reading our report, to write us offering suggestions or complaints if necessary. In
connection with the yearly medical examinations of the pupils we consider that the parents are
much better able to'describe the child's symptoms and we would urge that the parents do their
best to be present at these examinations.
We are appending herewith a report from the Metropolitan Health Area in regard to the
school-work. The work which is being carried on in Vancouver is comprehensive, thorough,
and sufficiently staffed to enforce the regulations, and is the best evidence we have, together
with the work in the University Area, of the thoroughness of the work on the part of the
Provincial Board of Health in connection with the school service.
This report has been furnished to the Provincial Board of Health by Dr. Stewart Murray,
Senior Medical Health Officer.
Details of the examination of each school follow.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. E. YOUNG, M.D.,
Provincial Health Officer. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38. H 5
REPORT OF THE METROPOLITAN HEALTH COMMITTEE,
GREATER VANCOUVER.
I wish to report on some positive health activities carried on in the schools of the Metropolitan Area, above and beyond the statutory routine examinations.
Health Education.—The regular health teaching according to the curriculum is supplemented by health talks to pupils by the Medical Inspector at the time of physical examination,
and also by talks given to classes by the school nurses. By precept and example, in all their
activities the doctors and nurses maintain healthful ideals.
Parent Health Education.—Parents receive a written invitation to be present at the
examination of the child on entering school. All matters pertaining to the health of the child,
including immunization, are discussed with the parent. Frequent talks to Parent-Teacher
Associations and other organizations are given by the school doctors and nurses.
First Aid.—First aid in cases of accident is given by school nurses and doctors when
present at the school. A system of reporting all accidents to the Director of this division by
the school principals is maintained.
In many schools, classes in first aid under the St. John Ambulance Association are conducted by the nurses, and the examination for diplomas are given by the school doctors.
Vaccination.—In November of each year all pupils are checked to see if the Provincial
regulations have been carried out. At a certain date, those whose parents have not complied
are excluded from school until this has been attended to.
Toxoid Clinics.—Toxoid clinics are held in each grade school every year. This is supplemented by weekly immunization clinics at each Health Centre.
Tubercidosis.—For several years parents of all beginners have been given the opportunity
of having their children given the tuberculin test. All positive reactors receive an X-ray
examination.    A striking reduction in tuberculosis infection was found last year.
A beginning was made two years ago in the matter of tuberculin testing and X-raying
high school pupils. This year, this work is to be much extended and preliminary preparations
are now being made. This tuberculosis work is done with the co-operation of the Provincial
Tuberculosis Division.
Epidemiology in the Schools.—All cases of communicable diseases are reported to the
Division of Epidemiology and all possible assistance given. Printed instructions in detail are
placed in each class-room for the guidance of teachers.
Goitre Prevention.—Each year all pupils under twelve years of age are examined for
enlargement of the thyroid gland and preventive treatment in the form of a chocolate tablet
containing ten milligrams of iodine given weekly by the school nurse to those having no
enlargement. A charge of 10 cents per year is made to cover cost of tablets. Striking reduction in the incidence of goitre has been accomplished in the past nine years.
Supervision of Athletics.—Each high school pupil taking part in the major athletics are
examined yearly and their fitness determined by the school physician.
School Dental Services.—Free dental treatment is given only to those whose parents
cannot pay for such treatment. Service extends to all grades from one to eight, and emergency service only to high school pupils. At present there are two dental clinics, two full-
time and two half-time dentists, and two dental assistants.
Sight-saving Classes.—In Vancouver City there are two sight-saving classes under the
Supervision of the School Health Division. The junior class accommodates pupils in the first
six grades, and the senior class those in grades seven, eight, and nine.
These classes give an opportunity for education to pupils with vision too poor to allow
them to attend the ordinary classes. The teachers are specially trained in this work and the
rooms specially arranged for accommodation of these classes.
Lip-reading Classes.—A start has been made to relieve those with permanently defective
hearing by the opening of three lip-reading classes in the Vancouver schools, under a teacher
well qualified in this work.
Mental Hygiene.—For the past two years, a physician specially trained in mental hygiene
has been engaged in this work and co-operating with the Bureau of Measurements. At
present we have no mental hygienist, but a new appointment is to be made shortly. H 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Sanitary Supervision.—Monthly reports on sanitary conditions in all schools are received
from the nurses, and medical officers investigate any unsatisfactory conditions. A general
survey of lighting and ventilation in all schools is now being prepared.
Examination of Teachers.—Last season a chest examination including X-ray was made
of all teachers in the Metropolitan Area. Burnaby having joined the Metropolitan Committee
this year, the survey is now being conducted in that area. All new teachers are now given
an X-ray as well as a clinical examination.
Physical Status Classification.—For some years it has been considered that the classification of pupils under par was not satisfactorily expressed by the terms " Malnutrition" and
" Under Average Weight." We have therefore tried to classify pupils under the headings
" A," " B," and " C." For those in the lower categories it was sought to give a reason for
their being so classified.
Under " A " are placed those in generally good state of health. " Ad " expresses a good
state of health though a defect is present which does not affect general health.
Under " B " those whose health is moderately impaired. If it is considered that such
impairment is due to some defect in the pupil himself, he is classified " Bd "—the " d " expressing the presence of a defect.
If the impairment is considered due to some condition outside the pupil himself, such as
poor home environment and poor health habits, the pupil is classified " Be."
" Cd " and " Ce " show health much impaired due to defect or environment respectively.
Impairment due to both physical defect and environment is shown as " Bde " or " Cde."
A health record of each pupil is kept on an individual card and this record follows him
throughout his school-life. This is very useful to medical officers, nurses, and teachers in
following the tendencies to good or poor health throughout school-life, and the influence
exerted by corrections of defects and environment.
Respectfully submitted.
Harold White,
Director of School Health Division, Metropolitan
Health Committee. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38. H 7
ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNIVERSITY HEALTH
SERVICE, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
FOR THE TERM 1937-38.
The University Health Service exists for the purpose of preventing disease and supervising and promoting health among the students.    It is, in fact, the local health department.
The service is carried out in the following manners:—
1. Control of the spread of communicable disease is practiced by the well-known principles of reporting, isolation, examination, and segregation of contacts and immunization.
2. Each new student is given a complete physical examination on entrance to the
University.
3. Each student, as a result of his or her physical examination, is classified according to
the strenuous athletics in which he may safely participate.
4. Physical defects are pointed out to the student by a " follow-up " system of personal
conferences, both at and following the physical examination. Treatment is recommended
where necessary.
5. Health habits are taught the student during the examination and by lectures, posters,
and pamphlets, and personal discussions throughout the year.
6. The Health Services are available for first-aid and health advice to any student who
chooses to visit the full-time Public Health Nurse. The Medical Officer has specified office
hours throughout the term for consultation with students.
7. Preventive vaccinations and inoculations are given by the Medical Officer at specified
times.
CHANGE OF STAFF.
Mrs. Celia A. Lucas was on leave of absence from May, 1937, and found it convenient to
retire from the service at the end of the 1938 spring term. She has devoted many unselfish
years to the cause of public health in British Columbia. In the fall of 1927 she was appointed
Public Health Nurse to this service and this marked the commencement of the continuous
operation of a full-time local health department. On her rested the difficult task of initiating
the work, establishing routines and record systems which have eased the work of her successors. Her genuine interest in the students and her conscientious devotion to duty have left
her many appreciative friends and colleagues. We wish her many happy years and trust that
in her retirement she may find an interesting outlet for her energies and talents.
Mrs. Lucas was succeeded by Miss Muriel Upshall, formerly Public Health Nurse in the
Richmond Sub-unit of the Metropolitan Health Area. She entered her new duties with enthusiasm and executed them this year to our entire satisfaction.
Through the generosity of the Provincial Board of Health, sufficient money was granted
to employ a clerk for the busiest times of the year, and she was on duty till March 31st.
The divisions of the health services are as follows:—
(1.)   Examination of the well.
(2.)   Communicable disease control.
(3.)   Follow-up.
(4.)  Out-patient service.
(1.)  EXAMINATION OF THE WELL.
This year, for the first time in the history of this department, the physical examinations
of new students were finished by October 31st. This was possible because of the spacious
quarters in the University Endowment Lands Office where three examiners could work at one
time. The physicians attached to the Metropolitan Health Committee assisted the Medical
Director in this work. Each student was given a complete examination and individual records
are kept.
Eight hundred and forty-one students were examined this year compared to 752 in the
1936-37 session and 677 in the 1935-36 session.
Table No. 1 shows the number of students examined according to year and faculty. H 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Number of Students examined.
Men.
Women.
Total.
298
66
24
8
23
1
4
51
3
4
2
12
4
189
65
22
8
3
2
16
8
21
4
3
487
131
46
16
26
3
20
  729
51
3
4
Fifth Year Applied Science. -  	
2
8
21
First Year Agriculture ... - - - .....
     89
16
7
    23
Total number of students examined   	
500
341
841
(Second, Third, and Fourth Year Arts include 29 women athletes.)
Number of cafeteria staff, examined, 13.
Total number of students examined, 1936-37 session:   Men, 466;   women, 286 ;   total, 752.
Physical Defects found according to Sex.
Women.
Number.
Per Cent.
JNumber.
Per Cent.
339
73
19
54
4
39
45
3
2
67
62
5
9
31
28
23
5
14
4
3
2
5
12
8
48
2
10
3
7
73
63
8
2
21.0
17.0
24.0
1.2
11.0
10.0
0.88
0.6
19.7
18.0
1.5
2.6
9.0
8.0
.6.5
1.5
4.1
1.2
0.88
0.6
1.5
3.6
2.4
14.0
0.6
3.0
0.88
2.2
21.0
18.0
2.4
0.6
13
5
2
6
7
11
1
3
54
15
4
2
9
97
67
30
17
113
20
13
6
2
3
1
1
60
2
3.8
physical examination (new students
1.5
0.6
Other   ,   _  	
1.8
2.0
Blood pressure—
Spine—
3.2
0.3
0.88
Skin—
Abnormal exercise tolerance..	
Chest	
13.0
4.4
1.2
0.6
Other  	
2.6
28.0
68.4
31.6
Teeth—carious and requiring treatment
Tuberculin tests done previously-	
Students   taking  tuberculin  test,   session 1937-38	
5.0
28 0
Total number having had tuberculin test, 33.6 per cent.
Vision—
Other - - 	
3 8
0 6
0 8
0.3
0.3
Urinalysis—abnormal findings requiring further investigation.	
17.6
Other	
Feet	
Other           	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 9
Physical Defects found according to Sex—Continued.
Classification according to Physical Capacity for Exercise— Numbe:
Ex. 1. Any strenuous or competitive games       261
Ex. 2. Moderate gymnasium games and exercise—no fatigue—no competitive
games      55
Ex. 3. No defect, but lack of physical training.
may be harmful	
Ex. 4. No exercise other than walking.	
Ex. R. Remedial   exercise  recommended	
Sudden  strenuous exertion
  — 19
Students requiring follow-up for correction of defects, or further investigation  145
Total number of students to be interviewed  (for defect and vaccination)   173
Students with no defects, 12 per cent.
Per Cent.
77.0
16.0
2.4
0.88
5.6
43.0
53.0
Men.
Number.
Per Cent.
Number.
Per Cent.
Number   of   men   students   receiving
502
118
48
70'
69
7
66
3
99
84
15
3
37
36
1
4
72
29
22
7
21
9
2
10
57
44
13
31
46
31
3
12
6
41
20
21
25.0
9.5
21.0
15.0
1.3
13.0
0.6
19.0
16.0
2.9
0.6
7.3
7.1
0.2
0.8
14.0
5.7
4.3
1.4
4.0
1.7
0.4
1.9
11.0
8.7
2.5
5.3
9.1
6.1
0.6
2.3
1.2
8.0
3.9
4.1
Feet   	
92
62
21
9
17
9
3
4
10
31
3
51
18
6
7
5
138
113
25
28
1
132
31
29
8
3
10
3
5
54
1
18.0
12.0
4.1
Other  _   	
1.7
3.3
Organic murmurs.— 	
1.7
0.6
Other  - 	
Functional murmurs.—:	
0.8
Postural (lordosis and kyphosis).	
Other 	
1.9
6.3
Skin 	
0.6
Acne	
Other	
Abnormal exercise tolerance	
Chest 	
Bronchitis —    	
10.0
3.6
1.2
Thyroid	
1.4
Other
1.0
27.0
Positive reaction 	
82.0
18.0
5.6
Students  taking  tuberculin   test,   session 1937-38                         	
28.0
Digestive system  	
Total number having had tuberculin test, 33.6 per cent.
0.2
Other	
Vision—
Wearing lenses — — 	
26.0
6.3
Other   	
5.7
1.6
0.6
Psychoneurosis.  	
1.9
0.6
Other	
Other
1.0
Urinalysis—abnormal findings requiring further investigation	
Diabetes mellitus 	
10.7
0.2
Other..  	
Classification according to Physical Capacity for Exercise—
Ex. 1. Any strenuous or competitive games  	
Ex. 2. Moderate gymnasium games and exercise—no fatigue
games    -   - —, 	
Number.
—    195
-no competitive
Ex. 3. No defect, but lack of physical training.
may be harmful  	
Ex. 4. No exercise other than walking	
Ex. 5. As little exercise as possible	
Sudden  strenuous  exertion
 _   16
__ :   4
 i  i
Ex. R. Remedial exercise recommended __ —   _. 25
Students requiring follow-up for correction of defects, or further investigation  230
Total number of students to be interviewed  (for defect and vaccination)  274
Students with no defects, 12 per cent.
Per Cent.
79.0
12.0
3.2
0.8
0.2
5.0
46.0
55.0 H 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Tuberculin testing and X-ray Examination for Tuberculosis.
Because tuberculosis is the greatest cause of death among people of college age we decided
to make a concerted effort to limit this disease among our students. To commence our antituberculosis programme this year we offered each new student a tuberculin test and subsequent X-ray of the chest of all positive reactors. From November 22nd to 26th, inclusive,
we tuberculin-tested 283 persons who presented themselves. We found 75 per cent, of these
students showed positive tuberculin tests. Seventy per cent, of students between the ages of
16 and 23 years showed positive tests. This is considerably higher than the surveys of other
Universities on this Continent which averaged about 30.5 per cent, positive.
Table No. 2 shows. the results of the tuberculin survey according to age, compared to
those from 11 colleges throughout the United States covering 14,364 students.
Results of Tuberculin Survey, according to Age-groups.
Age.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24-30.
30-40.
Forestry
Lab.
No. positive  	
1
37
50
33
20
12
7
11
21
6
7
No. negative	
3
8
21
12
5
9
2
4
	
4
45
71
45
25
21
9
15
21
6
7
Per cent, positive  	
25
82
70
73
80
57
77
73
100
100
100
Per cent,  positive in  11  U.S.
Colleges 	
17.4
19.4
20
23
25.3
28.6
32.8
36.3
45.2
68.3
Diagnostic X-ray Report.
Far-advanced tuberculosis 	
Healed tuberculosis 	
Tuberculosis suspect	
Silicosis	
Chronic bronchitis 	
Other diagnosis 	
Negative 	
1
1
1
35
173
Total
220
Following on our tuberculosis survey more tuberculin tests were done because of contact
with known cases and persons presenting suggestive symptoms. Table 3 shows the results of
all the tuberculosis investigation. It is seen that 340 persons were tuberculin-tested and four
definite active cases of tuberculosis were found. Besides this were three cases showing
calcified parenchymal nodes that required further observation. Fifteen with hylar and
peribronchial markings of previous disease now healed. Thirty-three had other diagnosis of
the chest, not tuberculosis, but such as bronchitis, bronchiectasis, old pleurisy.
Results of Examinations and Tests for Pulmonary Tuberculosis.
Tuberculin survey in the fall of all students who were examined and wished the test.
Five per cent, had had the test previously.    Positive reactors received an X-ray.
Tuberculin tests and X-ray of students who were in contact with a case of pulmonary
tuberculosis.
Tuberculin tests of students showing symptoms.
Tuberculin Tests.
No.
Stud.
Pos.
Neg.
X-BAY.
Without
O.T.
Results of X-eay.
T.B. Case.
Neg.
Cont.     Recheck.
Fall survey-
Forestry laboratory..
Contacts..
Nurses	
40
10
Symptoms, etc...
202
(75%)
31
10
5
340
255
(75%)
17
5
13
76
210
36
20'
3
36
1
10
(Silicosis)
36
2
1
4
(1.3%)
296
(95.4%)
50
(Without
Contacts
3.3%). MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 11
Follow-up of students who had X-ray of the chest the previous session-
Contacts 	
Suspects (1 discharged)	
Diagnostic report—
Far advanced	
Moderately advanced	
Minimal—apparently arrested  : r	
Calcified parenchymal nodes
Hylar calcification 	
Silicosis   -
  1
  2
 r  1
  3
  16
  1
  15
 :    2
    i
     33
  213 or 73.4%
It is to be expected that those students coming from urban areas would show a higher
percentage of positive reactors because of their greater opportunities for contact. That this
is true is shown in Table No. 4 which gives the results of tuberculin tests according to locality.
This does not include nurses and those showing symptoms.
Results of Tuberculin Tests according to Locality.
Hylar and peribronchial markings
Pleurisy—old 	
Bronchitis 	
Other diagnosis 	
Negative 	
Vancouver.
Other Urban.
Total Urban.
Rural.
168
79%
21%
35
85.7%
14.3%
203
80.7%
19.3%
116
Percentage positive 	
63.3%
36.7%
Laboratory Examinations.
As part of the complete physical examination given each student a urinalysis is done in
our laboratory. Blood tests for leucocyte counts, differential counts, haemoglobin content are
done where indicated. The Provincial Laboratory are very generous in providing bacteriological and serological tests that the Health Service requires from time to time. Without
their help the work would be severely handicapped. The statistical report on the activities of
the Health Service, shown below, records 934 routine urinalysis done in this office. This alone
is a large volume of work entirely done by ourselves.
(2.)  COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL.
This year has been a fortunate one as far as communicable diseases among the students
was concerned.    The following show the number of cases reported:—
Chicken-pox 	
Communicable conjunctivitis
Dysentery	
Epidermophytosis 	
Impetigo 	
Mumps 	
Rubella  j.
Scarlet fever	
Tuberculosis   .	
Scabies 	
Pneumonia 	
Cases.
. 4
1
. 1
. 2
. 1
. 4
. 3
. 2
. 4
. 1
. 4
Chicken-pox broke out in the Anglican College in March, but was limited to four cases,
although there were ten suseeptibles under observation. There were only two cases of scarlet
fever amongst the students, although an epidemic of several hundred cases prevailed in the
city in the early part of 1938. As mentioned above, there were four cases of active tuberculosis found. H 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
To estimate the value of the Health Service in the prevention of communicable diseases,
one sees from the following table that 53.8 per cent, of all our students give a history of not
having had mumps or chicken-pox; 88.8 per cent, have not had rubella; and 87 per cent,
have no history of scarlet fever.
Table No. 5 shows the percentage of students susceptible to certain communicable diseases.
Disease.
Students examined. 1937-38
(846).
Other Students
(1,370).
All
Students
(2,216).
Chicken-pox ..
Diphtheria	
Measles	
Mumps	
Rubella	
Scarlet fever.
Smallpox  	
Vaccinated	
No.
294
45 or
725
397
106
120
12 or
5.3%
1.5%
675 or 79.7%
Per Cent.
46.9
14.3
53.1
87.5
85.9
18.8
No.
750
43 or 3.2%
1,114
633
144
169
22
1,039 or 75.8%
Per Cent.
53.9
18.7
53.9
89.5
85.5
22.6
Per Cent.
53.8
17.1
53.8
87.0
21.2
No. is the number of students that have had the disease.
Per cent, is the percentage of students that are susceptible to the disease.
Immunizations.
The Health Service found that 21.2 per cent, of the 2,216 students this year gave no
history of smallpox vaccination. During the year sixty-nine smallpox vaccinations were done.
Other immunization procedures were done from time to time as conditions required them.
They are shown below. We feel that in the future more preventive inoculations should be
given this highly susceptible group of people and will attempt to build up this part of our
programme.
(3.)  "FOLLOW-UP" SERVICES.
All students who had major or minor physical defects were interviewed either during the
examination or by appointment with the Medical Director later. Many students had minor
defects, such as fiat feet, poor posture, or acne, which required little time. In all, however,
only 12 per cent, of students were found to be without some physical defect. Of the women
examined, 43 per cent, required follow-up for correction of defects or further investigation.
Of the men 46 per cent, required follow-up for these reasons.
In general the response of the students to the follow-up notices was good.    Two hundred
and fifty-three reported to the office regarding defects found on physical examination.    Actually 122 subsequently informed us that they had received treatment from their own physicians
and had the defect corrected.    An example of the response is shown in the following:—
Of 103 person requiring dental treatment, 48.5 per cent, reported having had
this done.
Of 51 with defects of vision we know that 73 per cent, were corrected by
treatment.
The follow-up services include also a great amount of work in tracing and isolating communicable disease cases and contacts, bringing these persons up for examination and immunization where possible.    The number of such investigations are shown on the statistical report
of the activities for the session 1937-38.
(4.)  OUT-PATIENT SERVICE.
For the first-aid treatments there were 781 visits. Consultations with the Medical
Director numbered 301, and on 995 occasions students were given health advice by the nurse.
Morbidity among Students.
The following table shows the number of persons availing themselves of the services
offered and the percentage of students who seek health advice. It is seen that 20 per cent, of
all the students sought health advice voluntarily. In addition, 11 per cent, of all the students
came on request because of physical defects or of being communicable-disease contacts. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 13
Use of the Health Service by Students.
Of all Students.
Of Students
examined, 1937-38.
Of Students not
examined, 1937-38.
Students seeking health advice  	
Total number of individuals reporting (other
than for examination) _.  	
No.
443
706
Per Cent.
20
31
No.
186
410
Per Cent.
22
50
180
271
Per Cent.
13
Actually, 2,183 visits were made by 568 students who received out-patient services, or
2.2 visits per student.
To obtain an idea of the incidence of various types of illness and the resultant loss of
time, Table No. 6 presents the number of office visits by the sick, classified according to the
diagnosis.
Office Visits and Days lost through Illness, classified as to Diagnosis.
Diseases.
Visits.
Seen by
M.H.O.
No. Cases
Absent.
No. Schooldays lost.
Communicable diseases_ ._ -	
319
134
121
20
6
3
4
1
3
3
10
1
5
5
2
1
322
107
88
1
2
18
106
339
244
25
11
3
11
11
4
30
113
61
5
21
8
2
25
53
17
15
14
7
53
19
5
3
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
42
13
9
5
4
3
3
5
28
14
5
1
1
7
3
2
1
18
113
12
53
29
4
1
4
2
3
2
3
6
1
5
3
2
1
4
11
21
19
2
2
2
1
683
58
216
167
Chicken-pox  _ -	
81
3
55
22
23
58
(3 terms)
Venereal (G.C.)        -	
36
Mumps  	
10
65
Abrasions, burns, etc— 	
11
Eczema    	
Dermatitis (various forms)	
6
48
69
Oral                	
97
Tonsillitis   - -	
74
23
5
Conjunctivitis   - 	
5
Ear—Otitis media and impacted wax —	
23 H 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Office Visits and Days lost
through Illness—Continued.
Diseases.
Visits.
Seen by
M.H.O.
No. Cases
Absent.
No. Schooldays lost.
47
5
41
1
42
2
40
42
6
1
1
34
31
5
24
2
29
7
6
9
7
27
24
25
7
18
25
1
4
20
35
11
11
3
9
1
18
8
6
4
35
2
32
1
2
1
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
9
1
1
3
4
4
6
4
1
3
7
2
5
6
4
2
6
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
21
8
12
1
4
2
1
1
5
1
4
1
1
1
1
16
11
3
3
3
2
5
5
Head      -	
6
6
304
188
91
25
Genito-urinary  —  	
Amenorrhcea.-   - 	
Dysmenorrhea.     -	
39
10
9
Pelvic inflammation.      —. —
Nasal  —   —	
Epis taxis      -	
Infection (nares)  - —	
Nasopharyngitis    	
Obstruction- -	
Sinusitis    — - - 	
20
22
3
19
Trauma    —	
6
6
6
6
180
83
Chest 	
Laryngitis  — - _ _     .
28
18
Arthritis  —  	
Exostosis  —	
Fallen arches (feet)	
18
8
Totals 	
1,605
212
230
1,564
Time lost through Illness.
This table shows that 230 students were known to be absent because of illness and they
lost a total of 1,564 school-days. In addition, three cases of tuberculosis each lost a whole
term.
Public Health Education.
The Medical Director gave a series of lectures to a group of women as part of a course on
Health Habits and Physical Exercise arranged by Miss Moore, of the Department of Physical
Education.
A talk and moving-picture film on medical subjects was given to the premedical group
in February.
Miss Upshall lectured twice to a group of about twenty women on general health.
During the year several hundred pamphlets were distributed personally at the Health
Service Offices. Posters were used and casual instruction given by all the staff at opportune
times during the medical examinations in the fall. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38. H 15
Sanitation and Examination op Food-handlers.
One of the duties Of the Health Service is the supervision of campus sanitation.
Periodic inspections of toilets, wash-rooms, showers, and gymnasia have been carried out.
Certain changes in the provision of foot-baths in the gymnasium were made during the fall,
and as a result we have had a low incidence of epidermophyton infection of the feet.
A survey of lighting in the library was carried out with the co-operation of Mr. Lee, the
Superintendent of Buildings, and Mr. Riddington, the Librarian. New lighting was placed in
the " corrals " where the illumination was found to be most inadequate.
The cafeteria has regular sanitary inspection by the Medical Director and nurse. All
employees receive a complete physical examination with blood tests and X-ray examination of
the chest. The full staff of thirteen were each examined this year. The new dish-washing
and sterilizing equipment in the cafeteria are great advantages in the sanitary handling of
the food here.
Report of the Summer Session, 1938.
The Health Service provided the same facilities as was initiated in the summer of 1937.
The nurse was on duty each school morning and the Medical Director was available for consultation by appointment.
The number of students taking advantage of the services offered was double that of last
year.    The following table shows the statistical details of the services rendered:—
No. of staff and students visits to office  99
No. of staff and students reporting  35
Health advice given   57
First-aid treatments   51
Re tuberculosis      3
Re vaccination      1
Referred to Medical Director     5
Referred to private physicians      2
Students interviewed and examined by Medical Director     5
Consultation, Medical Director      3
No. students weighed   12
No. students' eyes tested     1
Typhoid inoculations—
No. doses      4
No. completed      1
Laboratory specimen obtained      1
Medical certificate to Deans „__,     1
Business calls      5
Home visits      2
New Needs of the Health Service.
One of the most obvious health requirements of the student-body is some provision for
advising and guiding the student who shows definite social maladjustment. This includes
those who show early signs of schizophrenia, anxieties, and worries. Those students who left
college because of " nervous breakdown " or who were handicapped during the year by
neurotic symptoms, were usually recorded at the time of their entrance examination as
requiring psychiatric guidance and treatment. It is difficult to convince these students of
the need for treatment because few of them have an insight into their own mental aberrations. Universities with more personnel on their Health Service have found the appointment
of a psychiatrist to their staff to be most fruitful in the prevention of mental morbidity. His
services are for the guidance and treatment of those students who require such special care.
Another need often felt is some means of obtaining treatment for sick students who
refuse to call a physician because they cannot pay him. We often wish for a " sick fund "
which might meet such emergencies. H 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I would take this opportunity of gratefully acknowledging the interest that the Deans of
each Faculty have taken in the work of the Health Service. The co-operation of the members
of the Faculty and the appreciation of the student-body have been most encouraging.
We are glad to enjoy a closer working arrangement with the Department of Physical
Education, whose purposes are in sympathy with our own.
For me the year has been most enjoyable, and the work has been greatly aided by the
loyal, unselfish co-operation of my colleagues of the Metropolitan Health Committee Staff.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
K. F. Brandon,
Director, University Health Service. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 17
STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES FOR THE
SESSION 1937-38.
Phones in	
Phones out 	
Letters in 	
Letters out 	
Notices out	
No. of staff and students reporting 	
Health advice given 	
First-aid treatments 	
Re urinalysis  t
Re tuberculosis 	
Re vaccination 	
Re defects 	
Re communicable-disease contacts
Appointment calls 	
Referred to Medical Director 	
Referred to private physician 	
Referred to dentist 	
Students readmitted	
Students excluded 	
No. of staff and students reporting once or more	
Students interviewed and examined by Medical Director
Consultation, Medical Director 	
Consultation, Faculty and others 	
Business calls 	
Medical certificates to physician 	
Medical certificate from physician 	
Medical certificates to Deans 	
Routine medical examinations done 	
Immunization procedures—
Vaccinations . 	
Tuberculin test—
No. of doses 	
No. completed 	
Schick test 	
Diphtheria toxoid—
No. of doses _.
No. completed
Scarlet fever immunization—
No. of doses 	
No. completed 	
Typhoid vaccine—
No. of doses	
No. completed 	
Staph, toxoid (No. of doses) .
Laboratory tests—
Haemoglobin tests 	
Blood for Provincial Laboratory test—
Agglutination 	
Kahn    	
Swabs for Provincial Laboratory test-
Throat (haam. strept.) 	
Bacteriological tests	
Urinalysis 	
Microscopic 	
466
313
88
146
1,714
4,782
995
781
475
583
167
253
322
600
143
80
36
175
17
2,628
301
84
41
68
35
77
154
859
69
515
330
2
12
1
13
2
14
3
4
2
934
23 H 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Milk samnles for cafeteria
1
Done by Provincial Laboratory—
Bacterial count
Ae-p-lutination
1
1
examined at Provincial Laboratorv           _   	
2
Defects corrected   _ _
122
.      35
Consultations with narents
Home visits           .
22
.      16
Transnortation of students 	
Health talks—
Dr. Brandon
3
2
Miss Upshall .
SCHOOLS INSPECTED.
Medical Inspectors
Reports from Medics
160
... 157
il Inspectc
rs 	
High Schools.
Schools inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
99:  Reported, 89;  not reported, 10.
113:   Reported, 82;   not reported, 31.
Pupils inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
16,844.
19,782.    Increase—2,938.
Junior High Schools.
Schools inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
17:  Reported, 17.
22:   Reported, 17;  not reported, 5.
Pupils inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
5,186.
7,437.    Increase—2,251.
Graded City Schools.
Schools inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
118:   Reported, 118.
115:   Reported, 112;  not reported, 3.
Pupils inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
41,235.
39,273.    Decrease—1,962.
Rural Municipal Schools.
Schools inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
170:   Reported, 169.
164:  Reported, 162;  not reported, 2.
Pupils inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
Rural
17,956.
19,366.    Increase—1,410.
and Assisted Schools.
Schools inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
726, at a cost of $14,360.60.
723, at a cost of $14,415.10.
■
Nor inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
57.
41.
Pupils inspected:
1936-37,
1937-38,
21,114.
22,182.    Increase—1,078.
Cost per pupil:
1936-37,
1937-38,
68 cents.
64.9 cents.
Per cent, of defects:
1936-37,
112.3.
1937-38,
108.7. STATISTICAL TABLES. H 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
NORMAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Abbotsford	
Alberni and District.
Blakeburn 	
Brechin     —	
Britannia Beach	
Burnaby, North	
Burnaby, South	
Canyon. 	
Chilliwack 	
Coalmont 	
Courtenay „
Cranbrook 	
Creston  	
Cumberland 	
Delta Municipality
King George V.Duncan 	
Enderbv    	
Esquimalt 	
Fernie 	
Ganges 	
Grand Forks..
Harewood	
Hedley.___ _.
Kaslo	
Kelowna	
Keremeos	
Kimberley	
Ladysmith	
Langley	
Maole Ridge:
McLean	
Matsqui:
Mount Lehman..
Merritt	
Mission	
Nanaimo:
John Shaw	
Nelson..
J. M. McDiarmid.
C. T. Hilton	
H. E. Cannon _
C. C. Browne	
S. James	
Wm. Sager.
Wm. Sager.
J. Vernon Murray...
J. D. Moore	
H. E. Cannon	
J. McKee ...._ _.
W. F. Anderson —..
J. Vernon Murray—
G. K. McNaughton..
A. A. King —	
R. Haugen   	
J. S. McCallum .
R. D. Rush	
W. Truax    .....
C. C. Browne.
G. E. Wride ...
D. J. Barclay .
W. J. Knox	
G. E. Wride	
J. F. Haszard 	
D. P. Hanington..
A. McBurney _
J. F. Sparling..
J. M. McDiarmid-
G. H. Tutill	
Dr. Drysdale.
F. P. Sparks..
M. C. Miles..
Miss E. Groves..
Miss Shand, Miss
Thornloe
Miss Shand, Miss
Thornloe
Miss C. V. Tait.
Miss H. Kilpatrick .
Miss M. E. Morrison
Miss W. E. Seymour
Miss M. Putman .
Mrs. B. Thomson .
Miss D. McKenzie.
Mrs. B. Thomson-
Miss O. M. Johnson
Miss F. S. Barbaree .
Miss E. Maguire	
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. Putnam .
Miss N. E. Dunn..
1781   177
182! 177
12|    12
231-   23
36     35
328   324
6921  672
17
471
18
70
194
95
135
112
109
38
70
56
16
21
184
1091
381
701
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201
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3411   3201
142
275
15
245
15
470
18
63
194
85
85
133
1081
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441 .
1251 .
13
4831    21
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1031 103
771    711...
188   188!      7
1
490
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301
17
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71
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101.
151       3
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1931    33
23
9
25
49
4
10
8
3
7
48
68
112
153
28
1
211
16
5
121
71
3
27
491
121
5
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101  19
5!  68
1
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12
11
7
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28 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 21
SCHOOLS.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Smallpox, 1 ; scarlet fever, 5
circulatory,   1 ;    genito-urinary,   6 ;
digestion,  5 ;   quinsy, 2 ;   skin,  3 ;
nervous,   2;    diabetic,   1;    tonsils
and adenoids   (operated), 31
Rickets   (old),  1;   spinal curvature,
1 ;   heart murmur, 1 ;   psoriasis, 3 ;
acne, 14 ;   boils, 1
Good 	
O.K.
SCHOOLS.
4
2
Scarlet fever.  ,. 	
Fair 	
Fair.
Good 	
Good _     .
Good.
Arrested   pulmonary   T.B.,   1;    athlete's foot, 1
Cardiac, 4 ;   T.B., 1 - - -	
Well  ventilated  and
heated;   not overcrowded
Good __ _ _
Good 	
Fair;   poor lighting
Fair;    lighting  and
heating conditions
need improvement
Good. _
Good.
6
1
Scarlet fever, 1 ;  chicken-pox, 6
Good.
Lame,     1 ;     discharging     ears,     1 ;
speech - defect,     1;     catarrh,     3 ;
trench-mouth, 1 >   eczema, 1;   nervous, 6
2
Chicken-pox,    1;    mumps,    1;
measles, 7
Fairly good.
Good.
O.K.
Good „	
Yes.
Good     „
Good	
Irregular teeth, 4 ;   wax in ears, 7
Ventilation and
heating poor
Satisfactory	
Mumps,   2;    scarlet   fever,   2;
clean.
pendectomy,   1; tonsillectomy,  1
immunization, 21
Yes.
Mumps, 1 ;   chicken-pox, 2.	
Not  crowded;    well
ventilated and
heated
Clean 	
Fair.
	
	
Good— 	
Good.
Heart   1                       - -
Good	
Good _ _	
Good.
Yes.
eczema, 1;   hypothyroid, 8 ;   underweight, 17 ;   orthopaedic, 2
Good-  	
needs renovation.
Clean ; adequate.
Measles   	
Excellent. 	
Excellent.
Good. -	
Good.
2
2
Two   rooms   in   old
building in  Maple
Ridge poorly
lighted,   ventilated
and heated ; other
rooms adequate
O.K.
chronic skin, 7
Heart condition, 1	
Scarlet fever____  _ 	
Influenza   	
Satisfactory ,   	
Crowded  	
Poor    lighting    and
heating   (Junior
High)
Yes.
Yes.
1 ;   epileptic, 1
Rapid pulse, 40 ;   irregular pulse, 4;
nervousness,   25;    bites  nails,  43;
speech-defect, 2;   enuresis, 1;   defective hip-joint, 1 ;   weak arches,
62; chronic bronchitis, 1 ; asthma,
1 ;    eczema,   1 ;   tonsillectomy,   9 ;
appendectomy,    6;     fractures,    7
(collar-bone   1,   arm   4,   wrist   1,
ribs 1)
2
1
Scarlet   fever,   4 ;    chicken-pox,
5 ;   influenza,  11 ;   tonsillitis,
11;   sinus trouble,  3;   pleurisy, 1;   bronchitis, 1
Acute   tonsillitis,   1 ;    varicella,
2 ;   pertussis, 1
Clean ; inadequate.
ichthyosis, 1 ;   hay fever, 1;   bronchitis,  2 ;   obesity,  2 ;   anaemia,  1 ;
tachycardia, 1 H 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
HIGH
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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New Denver.. —
New Westminster:
Duke of Connaught-
T. J. Trapp Technical
North Cedar-
Oak Bay-
Ocean Falls-
Oliver	
Oyster. North	
Peachland	
Powell River:
James Thompson
Prince George:
Baron Byng. -.
Princeton	
Quesnel	
Revelstoke ~	
Richmond	
Rossland	
Saanich:
Mount Douglas..
Mount Newton-
Mount View	
Salmon Arni-
Slqcan City—
Smithers	
Squamish	
Summerland-
Telkwa-
Trail.—
Vancouver:
Britannia-
Fairview High School
of Commerce
Grandview High
School of Commerce
John Oliver-
King Edward	
King George	
Kitsilano..
Lord Byng..
Magee.	
Prince of Wales..
Technical	
A. Francis-
D. A. Clark-
D. A. Clark-
Miss A. Stark-
Miss A. Stark-
C. C. Browne.	
J. A. Stewart __
R. A. Gilchrist..
N. J. Ball	
Miss B. Bradshaw..
Miss L. Crafter..
D. P. Hanington..
Wm. Buchanan-
Miss O. M. Johnson.
Miss M. Gowan	
O. O. Lyons—	
C. Ewert-	
D. McCaffrey	
G. D. Oliver	
J. H. Hamilton..
A. R. Boyd	
Mrs. G. Bond-
Miss M. Little	
Miss L. Creelman..
Drs. Topliff, Christie
& Wrinch
D. Berman..
D. Berman..
D. Berman..
Miss B. Jenkins..
Miss B. Jenkins..
Miss B. Jenkins-
Drs. Beech & Beech..
A. Francis	
G. G. Ferguson	
N. J. Paul 	
F. W. Andrew..
Miss M. Tate..
F. D. Sinclair-
G. G. Ferguson..
J. L. Gayton	
H. White-
Miss M. L. Dobbin-
Miss I. Smith—	
H. White..
G. A. Lamont-
G. A. Lamont..
Miss G. Cowan	
Miss I. Smith	
Miss E. Edwards..
H. White-
H. White-
Miss M. Henderson..
Miss J. Annand-	
H. White-	
S. Murray	
H. White	
A. R. Boyd	
G. A. Lamont-
Miss M. Ewert	
Miss M. Grimmett .
Miss L. Drysdale	
Miss E. Graham	
Miss I. Smith	
17|    17
I
3321 332
504
10
353
50
46
10
16
104
110
86
22
151
143
134
153
100
310
130
12
57
33
504
345
50
45
9
15
102
108
82
21
145
215
127
151
100
308
119
12
55
33
91
14      14
325   322
614
902
578
1442
731
764
567
1589
1399 1400
I
522! 510
664
981
963
263
1178
670
779
924
193
1017
12
16
139
2S
35
3
24
20
29
15
104
IS
10
4
115
211
234
23S
608
175   234
32   110
I
5S
185
37
140
4
23
41
291
6
12
13
21    5
I
12   23
12
3
15
1
29
5
20
4
10
11
32
34    20
81 14
2
54
1 ......
71    7
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H 23
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Orthopaedic,   2;   heart,   3;   anaemia,
11;   nervous, 1
Orthopaedic,   3;   heart,   3;    anaemic,
4;   nervous, 1 ;   pulmonary, 1
Good- 	
Good      	
Good.
Good   	
Clean.
murmur, 1 ;   acne, 2
German measles ; measles ; scarlet   fever;   whooping-cough;
influenza;   mumps
Satisfactory—. „	
Satisfactory .„.	
Clean; adequate.
German measles ; pinkeye 	
Good
Clean; adequate.
Good
—
—
New building	
Good.-	
Yes
Cardiac,  3.     Physical  status:  Good,
207 ;   fair, 8
Yes.
fects,   1;    Hodgkin's   disease,   1;
diabetes, 1;   anaemia, 1
Heart,   2;    rales,   1 ;    appendix,   7;
anaemia, 3 ; bronchitis, 1 ; chorea, 1
Heart,   8;    rales,   3;    appendix,   2;
anaemic, 1
Heart,   15;   rales,   5;   appendix,   1;
skin, 3 ;   anaemic, 1;   asthma, 2
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory.
Rubella. __	
O.K.
One room good ;  one
room poor
Frame on concrete;
furnace
Good.
Flush; clean.
Acne,   14;    anaemia,  2 ;    eczema,  2 ;
cardiac,   2;    pigmented   mole,   1;
pulmonary, 1
5
—
of   weight,   11;    endocarditis,   1;
spinal deformity, 1 ; malformation
of  chest,  1;   rheumatic fever,   1 ;
mastoid, 1
Stye, 1        .     - — 	
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1
	
Good
cardiac,  5 ;   orthopedic, 4
age  weight,   25.    Physical   status:
Good, 76 ;   fair, 23 ;   poor, 2
age   weight,   7.    Physical   status:
Good, 649 ;   fair, 113 ;   poor, 2
41.    Physical   status,   Good,   560;
fair, 6 ;   poor, 1
cent,    under    average   weight,    9.
Physical status :   Good, 1,252 ;   fair,
313;   poor, 24
1,286;   fair, 111;   poor, 3
Pulmonary,  2;    15   per  cent,   under
average weight, 2.   Physical status :
Good, 46 ;   fair, 15
645 ;   fair, 25
age weight,   23.    Physical  status:
Good, 758;   fair, 21
15  per cent, under average weight,
40.    Physical  status:    Good,   862;
fair, 59 ;   poor, 3
15  per cent, under average weight,
7.    Physical   status:     Good,    178;
fair, 15
Cardiac,   8;    pulmonary   2;    15   per
cent,   under   average   weight,   27.
Physical status:   Good, 975 ;   fair,
40 ;   poor, 2 H 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
HIGH
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Miss N. Armstrong...
Miss E. Copeland
Mrs. S. Martin	
Miss I. E. Adams.
Miss 0- M. Johnson..
556
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557
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6
24
14
15
19
506
156
557
514
6
21
14
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19
28
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38
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Vancouver, West:
8
11
J. L. M. Anderson
D. P. Hanington
Wm. Buchanan..	
C. E. McRae -	
1
~~2
3
21
?,
Yahk      	
?,
JUNIOR HIGH
Miss H. Kilpatrick—
150
217
309
32
324
380
389
360
207
75
328
409
1416
1305
1535
328
542
142
217
291
32
318
299
389
360
207
74
328
399
1157
1184
1501
318
221
4
2
29
"""10
39
28
34
15
126
1
2
1
17
32
11
5
27
30
24
18
9
15
30
6
38
81
118
14
10
3
1
1
8
9
2
2
7
1
34
44
17
5
4
3
13
31
12
2
29
23
59
59
28
15
5
24
40
150
201
15
4
42
68
71
. 95
14
109
273
209
534
15
3
8
9
7
M. G. Archibald	
Miss O. M. Garrood...
30
D. J. Barclay	
W.J.Knox. 	
Kelowna	
Miss D. McKenzie	
2
4
4
3
4
9
9
7
6
6
1
2
3
2
4
1
5
4
2
8
1
51  68
Nelson „. .
F. P. Sparks	
Miss N. E. Dunn
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark 	
3
43
38
19
11
12
11
9
3
3
6
11
New Westminster:
D. A. Clark—	
D. A. Clark...	
D. A. Clark  _.
R. A. Gilchrist
35
Lord Lister.... -	
Richard McBride	
41
20
3
Penticton 	
H. McGregor 	
A. R. Boyd    	
Miss M. A. Twiddy....
Miss L. Creelman.
Miss M. Ewert	
Miss C. Homfray
5
16
Vancouver:
H. White	
1
H. White	
26
H. White
15
Vancouver, West:
W. G. Saunders	
Miss E. Copeland
Miss E. J. Herbert...
8
ff
J. L. M. Anderson
9
GRADED CITY
Alberni..
Armstrong-
R. W. Garner..
Dr. Shotton..
Miss F. Armstrong..
555
279
400
112
186 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 25
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Cardiac, 7 ;   15 per cent, under average  weight,   28.    Physical   status:
Good, 381;   fair, 105 ;   poor, 20
Cardiac, 2 ;   15 per cent, under average   weight,   3.    Physical   status:
Good, 133;   fair, 23
Spinal   curvature,   2 ;    partial   paralysis of arm, 1 ;   T.B. tested, 357
2
1
1
1
Poliomyelitis, 1;   pneumonia, 1;
influenza, 6
Chicken-pox,    4;     mumps,    1;
whooping-cough,    1;     scarlet
fever, 3
Adequate 	
Clean; adequate.
1 ;   hernia,  1
Fair	
Good
Fairly good 	
Clean; adequate.
SCHOOLS.
Faulty posture,  18;   asthma, 4	
Cardiac, 3 ;   pneumonia, 1	
1
Mumps,   4;    scarlet   fever,   6;
scarlet   fever   immunization,
47
Scarlet fever, 1 ;   influenza.
Satisfactory	
Clean-. • 	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good  	
Excellent building
and well ventilated
Good
Yes
Chicken-pox, 1 ; tuberculin test,
18;   diphtheria toxia, 38
Modern; adequate.
aniemia, 3 ; hypothyroid, 6 ; underweight, 40 ;   orthopaedic, 2
duplication of sounds, 2 ; ichthyosis,
1;   injury to knee, 1 ;   tachycardia,
1 ;   valvular disease, 1
Orthopaedic   defects,    1 ;    heart,    5 ;
Good
anaemia, 6 ;   nervous, 1
Orthopaedic,  2;   heart,   5;   anaemia,
2
5
1
2
Good  	
Good.	
Good
6 ;   nervous, 1
Orthopaedic,   2;    heart,   4;    anaemia,
3 ;   nervous, 2
Lighting still defective
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
tees,  1
Congenital   heart  case,   1 ;    myocar
Chicken-pox, 2 ;  scarlet fever, 1
ditis,  2 ;   bronchitis,  1 ; chorea,   1 ;
nervous   breakdown,   1;    acne,   3;
appendicitis, 3
Cardiac,  1 ;    15 per cent, under aver
age   weight,   1.    Physical   status:
Good, 350 ;   fair, 47;   poor, 2
Cardiac, 3 ;   15 per cent, under aver
age   weight,   2.    Physical   status:
Good, 1,117;   fair, 39;   poor, 1
Cardiac,   32;   pulmonary,   1 ;    15  per
4
2
4
cent,   under   average   weight,   16.
Physical status:  Good,  1,078; fair,
104 ;   poor, 2
Cardia, 21 ; 15 per cent, under aver
age  weight,   82.    Physical  status:
Good, 1,408;   fair, 89 ;   poor, 4
Cardiac, 1;   15 per cent, under aver
Chicken-pox, 11; scarlet fever, 4
age   weight,   7.    Physical   status:
Good, 248 ;   fair, 68 ;   poor, 2
Nervous,   1 ;    cardiac,   3;    chest,   1 ;
1
poor posture, 3 ;   lower arches, 2 ;
orthopaedic, 1
SCHOOLS.
Cardiac, 2 ; sprained ankle, 1; congenital (repaired) dislocated hip,
1 ;   crooked fingers, 1
Epilepsy, 2 ; asthma, 3 ; alopeca, 1;
hammer-toe, 1; webbed toes, 1;
flat feet, 3; strabismus, 2; stuttering, 7 ; blepharitis, 1; defor-
mity of ankle. 1 :   heart lesions. 9
Scarlet-fever; whooping-cough
measles
Scarlet fever, 35 ; measles, 1;
chicken-pox, 2; conjunctiv^
itis, 88
Pretty well filled to
capacity;  well
lighted,   well  ventilated, and clean
Clean ; adequate. H 26
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GRADED
CITY
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R. McCaffrey	
Miss C. V. Tait	
471
471
12
7
m
15
33
14
133
198
40
15
352
314
1
8
n
1
25
65
65
70
1
1
Cranbrook:
532
398
505
382
13
74
3
34
70
1
6
9
15
5
65
95
65
193
258
2
204
6
2
Cumberland 	
G. H. MacNaughton.
Duncan:
H. P. Swan	
390
374
28
13
31
11
30
54
146
33
11
H. P. Swan   -	
39
39
4
1
3
1
5
10
19
7
Enderby:
108
321
106
321
1
5
5
8
18
1
3
6
26
8
10
26
51
39
135
21
4
17
4
Miss W. E. Seymour
W. Truax 	
360
72
256
360
71
250
8
40
4
1
2
10
6
2
1
2
16
1
2
10
2
8
23
7
73
68
15
58
12
2
32
2
6
Green wood 	
Kamloops:
Lloyd George	
J. M. Burnett	
M. G. Archibald
Miss 0. M. Garrood .
M. G. Archibald	
295
265
62
10
2
13
46
51
18
4
45
703
45
680
1
68
9
1
64
3
4
68
4
58
13
89
7
468
7
75
10
136
Kelowna.—	
W. J. Knox	
Miss D. McKenzie	
Miss 0. M. Johnson-
350
262
75
251
8
11
?
14
4
14
4
16
45
12
60
2
36
8
G. H. Tutill	
4
1
Nanaimo:
Middle Ward- 	
W. F. Drysdale	
Miss K. Goward	
98
106
16
19
8
3
34
324
61...._
North Ward	
W. F. Drysdale	
Miss K. Goward	
136
140
11
22
?:
11
41
395
13
1
South Ward	
W. F. Drysdale	
Miss K. Goward	
107
105
11
16
4
4
35
342
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' MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.                                  H 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.
Speech-defects, 5 ;   mastoid, 2 ; asthma,   1;   kidney  condition,  2;   diabetes,   1;    discharging   ears,   17;
spine bifida, 1 ;   lame, 1 ; appendix
operation,    1;     trench-mouth,    2;
eczema, 2 ;   nervous, 11
Nervous, 1;   overweight, 1  	
Heart  disease,   1;    artificial  leg,   1;
weakness in leg muscles, 1
Cardiac, 2 ;   skin, 33 ;   wax in ears,
51;     anaemia,    19;     eye-lids,    13;
speech,  6;   nervous, 4;   cleft palate, 1
Faulty posture, 34 ;   asthma, 3 ; nervous,  6 ;   fractures,  3 ;   appendectomy,   3;    tonsillectomy,   8;    petit
mal, 1;   brain-tumor, 1
15
12
7
Chicken-pox,    6;     measles,    4;
mumps,  3;   scarlet fever,  3 ;
whooping-cough,  17;   erysipelas, 1
Scarlet fever ; whooping-cough ;
measles
Very good;   well
heated and well
lighted
Full up ;   window
ventilation
Good
Good.
O.K.
1
8
Chicken-pox -	
Good	
Clean ; adequate.
•
Fairly clean ;
adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Fair.
O.K.
Mumps,   29 ;    chicken-pox,   14 ;
scarlet fever, 46 ;   whooping-
cough,    14 ;     diphtheria,    1 ;
pneumonia,  4 ;   scarlet fever
immunization,     198 ;     d i p h-
theria immunization, 110
Mumps,    9;     chicken-pox,    11;
whooping-cough, 9 ; diptheria,
1 ;    scarlet fever,   5 ;    scarlet
fever immunization, 17 ;  diphtheria immunization, 15
Scarlet fever, 1 ;   chicken-pox...
Influenza ;   sore throats	
Several rooms very
overcrowded
Satisfactory     .
Satisfactory 	
Good ; not crowded ;
well ventilated;
well heated; clean
Poliomyelitis,  2;   cardiac,  2;   pneumonia, 5
Valvular heart leakage, 1  _
20
3
2
rooms seem
crowded
Good
Defects O.K., 27;   defective posture,
68;     toxoid    for    diphtheria,    65.
Children protected from following
infectious    diseases:     Diphtheria,
59.57    per    cent.;     scarlet    fever,
31.49   per   cent. ;    smallpox,   7.25
per cent.
Defects O.K., 28 ;   defective posture,
71.    Toxoid  for  diphtheria:    Preschool,   40;    school,   70.    Children
protected  for the following infections diseases :   Diphtheria, 65 per
cent.;     scarlet   fever,    43.75    per
cent.;   smallpox, 5.1 per cent.
Cleft   palate,   1 ;    harelip,   1;    anae
Good	
mic, 1
Cardiac, 7 ;   nervous, 18 ;   bronchitis,
2;    asthma,   4;    chorea,   6;   anaemia, 27 ;   petit mal, 2 ;   eczema, 8 ;
hypothyroid,  5 ;   bronchiectosis,  1 ;
underweight, 83
15
28
2
Chicken-pox,    30 ;     mumps,    1;
tubercular  test,   204;    toxoid
(diphtheria), 245
Crowded; more  elementary-school
building is badly
needed
In  both  elementary schools
the lavatory-
rooms need
repairs.
Cardiac,  4 ;   bronchitis,  2;   asthma,
1;   wood-tick, 1
Nervous, 7; cardiac, 1 ; wry-neck, 1 ;
low  arches,   3;    poor   posture,   8;
appendectomy, 1 ; T.B. meningitis,
1 ;   fatal cervical adenitis, 3 ;   tonsillectomies, 10
Nervous, 5 ;   asthma, 2 ;   nutritional
eczema, 1;   poor posture,  8;   low
arches,   6;    wry-neck,   1 ;    appendectomy, 1;   fractured clavicle, 1 ;
hypothyroid, 1
Nervous,   9;    low   arches,   3;    poor
posture,    6;     sprained   ankle,    1 ;
blood poisoning, 1; appendectomy,
1;   sinusitis,   1;   nutritional   eczema, 1
10
9
Influenza, 23 ;   measles, 5-	
Chicken-pox,    2 ;     mumps,    7;
rubella, 1 ;   pulmonary, 3
Chicken-pox,     3;    rubella,    1;
Yes.
Inadequate ;
antiquated ;
kept as clean
as possible;
location poor
Inadequate ;
poorly situated ;   antiquated ; clean
as possible.
Quite inadequate ; location poor;
antiquated ;
clean as possible.
Heating   system  is
bad ;  old  stoves ;
ventilation and
lighting  poor;
building dirty
and old
Ventilation poor;
heating fair;
cross-lighting;
building is old
and dirty
Ventilation  poor;
heating bad;   old
unsuitable stoves ;
lighting fair
scarlet  fever,   2;   whooping-
cough, 1;   pulmonary, 3 ;   influenza, 11
Chicken - pox,     2 ;     whooping-
cough, 1;   pulmonary, 6 H 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Nelson:
Central.
Hume-
New Westminster:
F. W. Howay	
Herbert Spencer..
Lord Kelvin.	
Queensboro	
Richard McBride..
Westside 	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam:
Central	
James Park..
Port Moody.	
Prince George:
Connaught	
King George...
Revelstoke:
Central 	
Selkirk	
Rossland:
McLean	
Salmon Arm..
Slocan City....
Trail-Tadanac:
Annable	
Central- 	
East Trail-
Tadanac-.
Vancouver:
Aberdeen..
Alexandra..
Bayview..
Beaconsfield..
Begbie	
Brock	
W. F. Drysdale-
F. P. Sparks-
F. P. Sparks..
D. A. Clark..
D. A. Clark .
D. A. Clark .
D. A. Clark..
D. A. Clark..
D. A. Clark-
Miss K. Goward .
Miss N. E. Dunn
Miss N. E. Dunn
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark.	
Miss A. Stark	
Miss A. Stark.	
C. T. Hilton	
L. S. Chipperfield-
L. S. Chipperfield-
C. R. Symmes	
C. Ewert.
C. Ewert.
Mrs. G. Bond-
Mrs. G. Bond..
J. H. Hamilton-
J. H. Hamilton-
Mrs. M. Little-
Mrs. M. Little..
Drs. Topliff, Christie
& Wrinch
Dr. Beech 	
A. Francis	
J. L. Gayton-
J. L. Gayton-
Miss M. L. Dobbin .
Miss M. L. Dobbin..
J. L. Gayton-
Miss M. L. Dobbin .
J. L. Gayton 	
S. Murray ; K. Brandon
A. M. Menzies—-	
Miss M. L. Dobbin..
Miss H. Dobson	
Miss H. Tipping .
K. Brandon ; J.
Kitching
A. M. Menzies —
Miss M. Boyd..
A. M. Menzies-
G. A. Lamont...
Miss R. Cheeseman
(Mrs. A. Ingley,
substitute)
Miss E. Bell	
2921  280
446
249
395
164
359
162
528
170
110
266
33
285
444
223
4.39
5D5
165
110
263
30
278
200    190
2601   250
145
65
GR
141
63
64
9311  934
437
75
226
428
249
397
392
75
197
105
138
487
400
12
13
1(54
2
13
359
1
161
4
4|    62
I
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2
7
I
10
11 .
26!
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141
591
19!
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31
301
88!  477
55!    60.
55!
63' .
42
531 62
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19 24
711  16ll 169
121    12! 50
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lOl    10 401
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170
55
5|
111
201
121
II     12
-I       8
45
117
20
12
12
24
50
310
51
53
301
91 - 10      32
40|     12    136   444
321    101    401 222
244
1  1031  160
45
72
182
190
126
17
20
19
14
3
20
4
209
6
12
2
3
15
52
8
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56
10
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4 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 29
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous. Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if             Closets,
crowded, poorly          State if clean
ventilated, poorly        and adequate,
heated, etc.
Chicken-pox,  16 ; scarlet fever,
4 ;   German measles,  2 ;  pulmonary,   20 ;     pneumonia,    1
(fatal)
Pertussis, 24 ;   scarlet fever, 4 ;
mumps, 4 ;   varicella, 12
Chicken-pox,  1 ;   rubella, 1
Heating poor;   ventilation fair ;
floors unsanitary ;
lighting fair.
finger,   4 ;    kidney   conditions,   2;
asthma,  1 ;   T.B. gland,  1 ;   tonsillitis, 15 ; diabetes, 1 ;  poor posture,
23;    low   arches,   21 ;    appendectomy, 5 ;   tonsillectomies, 16
2
2
—
kept as clean
as possible.
anaemia, 1
Fair	
Good.	
Good.
fects,   4;    heart  defects,   5;    anaemia, 9 ;   nervous, 1;   pulmonary, 2
Orthopaedic  defects, 3 ; underweight,
42 ;   heart defects, 3 ;   anaemic, 5 ;
nervous, 3
Scarlet  fever,   8;    measles,   1;
chicken-pox, 125
Mumps, 4; whooping-cough, 10
Good.
Good	
Good _
Good 	
Good.
fects,   5;    heart  defects,   1;    anaemia, 7 ;   nervous, 4
Underweight,   25 ;    heart  defects,   2 ;
anaemia, 3 ;   nervous, 1
Underweight,   46;     orthopaedic,   defects,   7;   heart  defects,   1 ;   anaemic,  8 ;   nervous,  2
Underweight,    23;     orthopaedic    defects,   3;   heart defects,   2;   anaemia. 4 ;   nervous, 2
Bronchitis, 1;   epilepsy, 1 	
Cardiac,  1    	
Good.
Good.
Good	
Good.
1
2
Measles;    mumps ;    scarlatina ;
whooping-cough
Slightly crowded, but
otherwise good
Slightly crowded, but
otherwise good
Good; new room
added for manual
training
Good	
Good	
Good; adequate.
Good; adequate.
Good.
Cleft palate, 1 ;   orthopaedic defect, 1
5
 i
whooping-cough
~~i
German measles ; pinkeye
German measles; pinkeye
Good.
itis, 5
Good  __..
Good- 	
Yes.
6
75
3
Yes.
Orthopaedic defects, 3 ; anaemia,  3 —
Scarlet fever	
Good-.-..	
Satisfactory
Yes.
Satisfactory.
Chicken-pox,  5;   German measles, 2
3
"1
8
2
4
2
4
6
7
2
17
8
3
5
3
2
2
2
2
1
8
Good.	
Cardiac,   13;    pulmonary,   9 ;    orthopaedic,   15 ;   skin,  23 ;    conjunctivitis, 1;   angioma, 1;   scoliosis, 1
Scarlet fever, 42	
Scarlet fever, 3	
Scarlet fever, 2. 	
Measles,   2 ;   chicken - pox,   58 :
scarlet fever, 8
Chicken-pox,13 ; scarlet fever, 3
Chicken-pox,  77 ;   whooping-
cough, 7 ; scarlet fever, 3
Chicken -pox,    1 ;    whooping-
cough, 10 ; scarlet fever, 10
Mumps,    1;     chicken-pox,    2;
whooping-cough,   2 ;    rubella,
1 ;   scarlet fever, 1
Chicken - pox,   1 ;    whooping-
cough, 1
Good ■
Good 	
Clean ; adequate.
Fair.
cleft  palate,   1 ;    mastoid,   2;  strabismus, 2 ; scoliosis, 1 ; orthopaedic,
2 ;    anaemia,   1 ;    conjunctivitis,   3';
nystagmus, 1
Cardiac, 1;   pulmonary, 1 ; kidney, 1
Cardiac, 3 ;   15 per cent, under aver
Good 	
Clean ; adequate.
age   weight,   6.    Physical   status:
Good. 172;   fair, 25
cent,   under   average   weight,   31.
Physical  status:    Good,  384;   fair,
92 ;   poor, 4
Cardiac, 10 ; 15 per cent, under aver
age   weight,    1.     Physical   status:
Good, 384 ;   fair, 21
Cardiac, 13;   pulmonary, 1;   15 per
cent,    under   average   weight,    7.
Physical status:   Good, 127;   fair,
11
Cardiac, 4;   pulmonary, 4 	
Cardiac,  1.    Physical status:    Good,
346 ;   fair, 54 H 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Carleton 	
C en tral	
Cecil Rhodes	
Charles Dickens	
David Lvingstone	
David Lloyd George....
D aws on	
Douglas  	
Edith Cavell and
Annex
Fleming	
Florence Nightingale.
Franklin 	
General Gordon	
Hastings....- 	
Henry Hudson	
Kerrisdale	
Lan gara 	
Laura Secord	
Lord Kitchener	
Lord Nelson 	
Lord Roberts. 	
Lord Selkirk. 	
McBride 	
Macdon aid	
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
K. Brandon ; S.
Murray
K. Brandon ; J.
K itching
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
A. R. Boyd	
A. M. Menzies	
Miss A. Croll..
Miss J. Annand	
Miss M. P. Campbell
Miss J. Stewart-
Miss J. Stewart...
Miss L. Drysdale..
Miss H. Dobson—-.
J. S. Cull..
S. Murray ; K. Brandon
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
K. Brandon ; J.
Kitching.
A. M. Menzies..
Miss J. "Wilson-	
Miss M. Henderson
Miss W. Neen.	
Miss I. Chodat.
K. Brandon ; J.
Kitching
A. M. Menzies -
K. Brandon ; J.
Kitching
A. R. Boyd-
Miss H. Dobson 	
Mrs. M. D. Schultz .
Miss H. Dobson ;
Miss M. Ross
Mrs. M. D. Schultz .
Miss N. Grimmett-
S. Murdock-
Miss J. Murdock..
G. A. Lamont JMiss M. Boyd
S. Murray	
A. M. Menzies..
A. M. Menzies -
G. A. Lamont	
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
S. Murray-	
Miss J. Murdock..
Miss R. Cheeseman ;
Mrs. A. Ingley
Miss E. Gerwin._
Miss D. Olmstead..
Miss E. Bell	
Miss J. Dorgan	
709
639
322
255
488
431
527
431
460
386
534
579
7951 6391
207
394
305
558
187
376
270
531
201
564
553
6121 590
402
600
502
510
6331 599
6511 664
870
723
531
461
835
675
490
404
46
33
191  1
10
401  5
14
1
21
71
86
I 34
160
I
143| 261 7
237
160
191
305
141 73
1091 81
136
13
135
82
224
38
169
6  - I 1161 133
142
67
105
105
200
181
95
258
-I 1381 299
10) -—I 125
162
i 54
459
248
173
119
13
4
9
29
2
13
2
111  8
I
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22
28 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 31
SCHOOLS—Continued,
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Cardiac, 6; 15 per cent, under average weight, 59. Physical status:
Good, 442 ;   fair, 188 ;   poor, 9
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 2. Physical
status : Good, 206 ; fair, 48 ; poor, 1
Cardiac, 17; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 4.
Physical status : Good, 368 ; fair,
54 ;   poor, 9
Cardiac, 1; 15 per cent, under average weight, 30. Physical status:
Good, 294 ;   fair, 132 ;   poor, 5
Pulmonary, 3 ; 15 per cent, under
average weight, 9. Physical status :   Good, 32 ;   fair, 62 ;   poor, 3
Cardiac, 2 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 27. Physical status:
Good, 481;   fair, 84;   poor, 14
Cardiac, 16; pulmonary, 2; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 21.
Physical status: Good, 571; fair,
64 ;   poor, 4
Cardiac, 2. Physical status: Good,
158;   fair, 29
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 1. Physical
status :   Good, 337 ;   fair, 39
Cardiac, 2; 15 per cent, under average weight, 4. Physical status:
Good, 223 ;   fair, 46 ;   poor, 1
Cardiac, 7; pulmonary, 3; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 41.
Physical status: Good, 438; fair,
81;   poor, 12
Cardiac, 2. Physical status: Good,
182;   fair, 17;   poor. 2
Cardiac,  11;   pulmonary, 3;   15 per
cent,   under   average   weight,   18.
Physical status:   Good, 464;   fair,
83 ;   poor, 17
Cardiac,  4;    pulmonary,  4;    15  per
cent,   under   average   weight,    6.
Physical status:   Good, 525 ;   fair,
28
Cardiac,  12;   pulmonary, 3;   15 per
cent,   under   average   weight,   19.
Physical status:   Good, 470 ;   fair,
59 ;   poor, 8
Cardiac,   4;    pulmonary,   2;    15   per
cent,   under   average   weight,   29.
Physical status:   Good, 547;   fair,
32 ;   poor,  11
Pulmonary,   1 ;    15  per  cent,  under
average   weight,   7.    Physical   status :   Good, 461 ;   fair, 41
Cardiac,   4;    pulmonary,   1;    15  per
cent,   under   average   weight,   10.
Physical status:   Good, 444 ;   fair,
58 ;   poor, 14
Cardiac, 2 ;   pulmonary, 1 	
Cardiac, 10 ; pulmonary, 5; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 22.
Physical status : Good, 617 ; fair,
47
Cardiac, 10 ; pulmonary, 12 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 40.
Physical status: Good, 751; fair,
79 ;   poor, 5
Cardiac, 1; 15 per cent, under average weight, 6. Physical status:
Good, 448 ;   fair, 196 ;   poor, 31
Cardiac, 10 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 11. Physical status:
Good, 42;   fair, 86 ;   poor, 2
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 3; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 8.
Physical status: Good, 331; fair,
66;   poor, 7
18
10
10
13
Chicken - pox, 14 ; whooping-
cough, 6 ; scarlet fever, 17
Chicken - pox, 19 ; whooping-
cough, 1 ; scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 9; chicken-pox, 23;
whooping-cough, 2; scarlet
fever, 1
Mumps, 4 ; measles, 1; chicken-
pox, 77 ; whooping-cough, 6 ;
rubella, 1 ;   scarlet fever, 4
Mumps, 4 ; chicken-pox, 42;
whooping-cough, 2
Mumps, 6 ; measles, 1; chicken-
pox, 153 ; rubella, 6 ; scarlet
fever, 7
Mumps, 4 ; measles, 7 ; chicken
pox, 13 ;   scarlet fever, 32
Mumps, 2 ; measles, 1; whooping-cough, 8
Mumps, 1; chicken-pox, 11;
scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 3 ; measles, 1; chicken
pox, 6;   scarlet fever, 4
Mumps, 1 ; chicken-pox, 33;
whooping-cough, 4; scarlet
fever, 5
Mumps, 4 ; measles, 1 ; chicken-
pox, 4 ; whooping-cough, 2 ;
scarlet fever, 2
Measles, 5 ; chicken-pox, 124 ;
whooping-cough, 53 ; rubella,
7 ;   scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 1; measles, 1 ; chicken-
pox, 59 ; whooping-cough, 2 ;
scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 80; chicken-pox, 24;
whooping-cough, 2 ; rubella,
1;   scarlet fever, 10
Mumps, 24 ; measles, 3 ; chicken-pox, 100 ; whooping-cough,
3 ;   scarlet fever,  16
Mumps,   7 ;    chicken - pox,   6 ;
whooping-cough,  11; rubella,
2 ;   scarlet fever, 1
Measles,   1 ;    chicken - pox,   12 ;
scarlet fever, 4 ;   diphtheria, 2
Mumps, 119; chicken-pox, 4
scarlet fever, 2
Chicken - pox, 10 ; whooping-
cough, 2; scarlet fever, 4
diphtheria, 1
Mumps, 5 ; chicken-pox, 87 ;
whooping-cough, 5; scarlet
fever, 7
Mumps, 32; chicken-pox, 9;
whooping-cough, 15 ; scarlet
fever, 3
Mumps, 6 ; measles, 1 ; chicken-
pox, 25 ; whooping-cough, 4 ;
scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 2 ; chicken - pox, 1 ;
scarlet fever, 1; diphtheria, 2. H 32    '
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Vancouver—Continued.
Mackenzie 	
Maple Grove	
Moberley and Annex
Model	
Mount Pleasant	
Norquay and Annex.
Prince of Wales	
Queen Mary 	
Quilchena 	
Renfrew 	
Sexsmith	
Seymour	
Simon Fraser and
Annex
Strathcona	
Tecumseh	
Lord Tennyson	
Van Home	
Wolfe 	
Woodland	
Vancouver, North:
Lonsdale- _	
Queen Mary- _
Ridgeway _	
Vernon _	
G. A. Lamont	
A. R. Boyd _
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
K. Brandon. 	
K. Brandon; J.
Kitching
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
A. R. Boyd- 	
S. Murray.	
A. R. Boyd _
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
G. A. Lamont 	
A. M. Menzies	
K. Brandon ; J.
Kitching
S. Murray 	
J. S. Cull; J. Sparks
K. Brandon ; J.
Kitching
G. A. Lamont	
G. A. Lamont	
S. Murray	
W. G. Saunders-	
W. G. Saunders _
W. G. Saunders	
O. Morris  	
Miss L. Makepeace.-
Miss E. Graham-
Miss J. Wilson...
Miss D. Shields-
Miss I. Chodat—
Miss G. White-
Miss E. Graham -
Miss N. Cunningham
Miss E. Graham —
Miss G. White	
Miss J. Wilson .
Miss J. Dorgan.
Miss D. Shields .
Miss D. M. Bullock-
Miss W. Neen..	
Miss C. Cowan..
Miss E. Edwards-
Miss E. Stoddart-
Miss H. Tipping—
Miss E. Lowther..
Miss E. Lowther..
Miss E. Lowther..
Mrs. S. Martin-
618
409
492
482
592
259
616
268
260
311
605
695
1471
635
321
378
381
218
462
733
580
515
286
469
392
544
254
578
170
238
201
573
674
1467
623
671
326
371
353
216
436
780
16
56
2
5   2
72
141  3
10
33
12
13
1101 215
71
95
82
19
113
13-1
120
168
252
261
19
184
281 60
49
143
1241 229
102
172
42
21S
473
354
25
28
45
72! 157
I
761 158
I
1001 215
12
28
6
10
13
27
10
11
3
16
14
17
13
18
5
20
21
47
118
69 154
901 45
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13
10
14
17
27 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 33
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 1.
Physical status: Good, 489 ; fair,
78;   poor, 17
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 3; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 18.
Physical status: Good, 479; fair,
30 ;   poor,  6
Cardiac, 5 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 1. Physical status:
Good, 233 ;   fair, 53
Cardiac, 16; pulmonary, 2; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 12.
Physical status : Good, 387 ; fair
71;   poor, 11
Cardiac, 4 ; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 43.
Physical status: Good, 324 ; fair,
60 ;   poor, 8
Cardiac, 8; pulmonary, 3; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 3.
Physical status: Good, 242; fair,
12
Pulmonary, 2; 15 per cent, under
average weight, 3. Physical status:   Good, 242;   fair, 12
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 3 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 10.
Physical status : Good, 561; fair, 17
Pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per cent, under
average weight, 11. Physical status:   Good, 153;   fair, 13;   poor, 4
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 12.
Physical status: Good, 221 ; fair,
16 ;   poor,  1
Cardiac, 1 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 2. Physical status:
Good,  146;   fair, 54;   poor,  1
Cardiac, 9; pulmonary, 3 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 19.
Physical status :    Good,  467 ;   fair,
87 ;   poor,  19
Cardiac, 12; pulmonary, 7; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 17.
Physical  status:    Good,  558 ;   fair,
88 ;   poor, 28
Cardiac, 9 ;   pulmonary, 3 - 	
Cardiac,  4;    pulmonary,   1;    15  per
cent,    under    average    weight,    5.
Physical status:   Good, 535 ;   fair,
84 ;   poor,  4
Cardiac,  13;   pulmonary,  3;   15 per
cent,    under    average   weight,    1.
Physical status:   Good,  500 ;   fair,
159;   poor, 12
Cardiac,   3.    Physical  status:    Good,
244 ;   fair, 69 ;   poor, 13
Cardiac,  1;   pulmonary,  1.. 	
Cardiac, 1; pulmonary, 1; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 6.
Physical status : Good, 273 ; fair,
79 ;   poor, 1
Cardiac,   1 ;   pulmonary,  2 ;    15  per
cent,    under    average   weight,    7.
Physical status:   Good, 187;   fair,
24 ; poor, 5
Cardiac,   2;    pulmonary,  4;    15  per
cent,   under   average   weight,   11.
Physical status:   Good, 393;   fair,
40 ; poor, 3
Cardiac,  4;    pulmonary,   7;    15  per
cent,   under   average   weight,   15.
Physical status :   Good, 455 ;   fair,
86 ; poor, 5
Cardiac,   6;   cleft palate,  1 ;   spinal
curvature, 1;   partial paralysis of
arm,  1
21
24
10
Chicken-pox, 4 ; scarlet fever, 4
Mumps, 12; chicken-pox, 73
whooping-cough, 2; rubella.
1 ;   scarlet fever, 8
Mumps,   4 ;    chicken-pox,   13 ;
whooping-cough,   1 ;     scarlet
fever, 16
Mumps,    1 ;    chicken-pox,   44;
scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 4 ; measles, 5 ; chicken-
pox, 14 ;   scarlet fever, 5
Chicken-pox,  25 ;   whooping-
cough, 2 ; scarlet fever, 6
Mumps, 8 ; measles, 2 ; chicken
pox, 22 ; whooping-cough, 2
Mumps, 1; measles, 1 ; chicken
pox, 23 ; whooping-cough, 8 ;
scarlet fever, 4
Mumps, 15 ; chicken-pox, 35 ;
whooping-cough, 4; rubella,
1 ;   scarlet fever, 1
Chicken-pox,  48 ;   whooping-
cough, 8
Measles, 10 ; chicken-pox, 12 ;
scarlet fever, 9
Measles, 1 ; chicken-pox, 29;
whooping-cough, 5; rubella,
1 ;   scarlet fever, 1
Mumps, 11; chicken-pox, 62 :
scarlet fever, 8
Measles,    2 ;     chicken-pox,    19 :
scarlet fever, 3
Mumps,   21;    chicken-pox,   12 ;
whooping-cough,   3;    rubella,
1;   scarlet fever, 10
Mumps, 22 ; measles, 1 ; chicken-pox, 49 ; whooping-cough,
6 ; rubella, 1 ; scarlet fever,
21
Chicken - pox,   1 ;    whooping-
cough,   1
Chicken - pox,   2 ;   whooping-
cough, 3 ; scarlet fever, 2
Chicken - pox,  8 ;   whooping-
cough, 2 ; scarlet fever, 2
Chicken - pox,  35 ;   whooping-
cough, 4 ; scarlet fever, 3
Chicken - pox, 46 ;   whooping-
cough, 4 ; scarlet fever, 5
Chicken-pox, 64 ;   scarlet fever.
Pneumonia,   4;    polio,   2;    rubella, 1
Adequate..
Clean ; adequate. H 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRADED CITY
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M, Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
J. L. M. Anderson
Miss E. J. Herbert-
Miss I. E. Adams.
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss E. J. Herbert.—
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss M. Ferguson	
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss E. J. Herbert....
Miss I. E. Adams.
Miss I. E. Adams
Miss I. E. AdamS-
115
99
228
350
25
277
318
420
231
140
475
302
127
265
54
27
142
270
13
168
50
152
46
120
391
84
55
42
3
3
16
1
2
5
3
3
3
25
3
1
2
3
7
1
2
6
3
1
21
4
1
1
2
3
5
1
1
3
2
2
16
1
8
7
R
3
1
1
5
12
3
2
2
7
Rl       1
25
2
12
6
8
6
1
Margaret Jenkins
1
4
1
1
5
1
7
Oaklands _. ..
5
6
10
4
7
6
24
'    6
2
2
10
3
8
38
8
10
5
Quadra Primary	
Sir James Douglas
South Park	
Spring Ridge	
4
1
1
1
3
7
3
1
20
2
3
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ViVtnrin. W«t
2
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Burnaby:
Armstrong Avenue.-
Barnet.-
Capitol Hill-
Douglas Road	
Edmonds Street-
Gilmore Avenue-
Hamilton Road	
Inman Avenue	
Kitchener Street-
Kingsway West-
Nelson Avenue	
Riverway East	
Riverway West-
Schou Street	
Seaforth	
Second Street-
Sperling Avenue-
Stride Avenue	
Windsor Street-	
Chilliwack:
AtchelitZ-
Camp Slough..
Cheam 	
Chilliwack, East~
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
A. R.
A. R.
Sager..
Sager..
Sager..
Sager..
Sager..
Sager.
Sager.
Sager.
Sager.
Sager.
Sager.
Sager.
Sager.
Sager.
Sager-
Sager-
Sager.
Sager.
Sager.
Wilson-
Wilson..
A. R. Wilson..
A. R. Wilson-
Miss Shand ; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand ; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand ; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss Shand; Miss
Thorneloe
Miss L. Blank	
Miss E. Moody	
Miss E. Moody	
Miss E. Moody	
45
20
306
224
539
795
24
177
315
587
411
61
13
85
16
88
117
58
270
109
25
72
42
20
296
210
493
694
24
161
312
531
363
56
13
85
16
88
117
47
239
101
25
70
72      71
	
33
2!    12|    16
I
4!
72! 120
61    301    75
I I
14   1251 214
22
35
121 74
20! 136
12
2|
2
19
2
25
23
22
81
10
265
3
63
122
276
132
23
4
28
4
48
22
28
108
24
17
12
48
107
4
12
22
38
22
5
18 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 35
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
l
5
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
Chicken - pox, 2 ;   whooping-
cough, 1
Chicken - pox,  3 ;   whooping-
cough, 7 ; scarlet fever, 12
Chicken-pox,  32 ;   whooping-
cough, 6
Mumps, 1 ; whooping-cough, 2_„
Chicken-pox,   18;    whooping-
cough, 3
Chicken-pox,    1;     mumps,    2;
scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 1 ;   whooping-cough, 2 ;
chicken-pox, 1
1
2
7
7
«
Nervous,  1 ; poor posture,  1 ; radius
ulnar paralysis  (accident), 1
1 ;   anaemic, 1;   erythema, 1;   low
arches, 1
Chest, 2               	
cough, 9 ;   chicken-pox, 38
Chicken - pox,   2 ;    whooping-
cough, 6
2
3
1
Chicken - pox,   3 ;    mumps,   2 ;
whooping-cough, 12
Chicken-pox,   11;    mumps,   1;
scarlet fever, 2
spine, 1;   chest, 3 ;   poor posture,
4 ;   low arches, 4
Cardiac, 1;   torticollis, 1;   poor posture, 2
2
1
1
Chicken-pox,   40 ;    mumps,   1 ;
whooping-cough, 4 ; measles, 9
SCHOOLS.
Good   	
Good.
2
4
7
3
7
5
6
2
1
2
2
1
1
Good- 	
Good.
Good 	
Good.
Measles,   2;    scarlet   fever,   4;
whooping-cough, 1
Chicken-pox,   11 ;    measles,   5;
scarlet  fever,   7;    whooping-
cough, 2
Scarlet   fever,   5;    mumps,   2;
measles. 9
Mumps,   1;    whooping-cough, 5
Chicken-pox, 3 ; scarlet fever, 1
Good 	
Good.
Good- 	
Good.
Good	
Good.
Good  -
Good.
Good 	
Good.
Good	
Good.
Whooping-cough,   9 ;    chicken-
pox, 7 ;   measles, 3
Whooping-cough,   15;   chicken-
pox, 2
Scarlet fever, 1 ;  chicken-pox, 1
Good	
Good.
1
1
3
Good	
Good.
Good 	
Good.
Good 	
Good.
Good -
Good.
Good 	
Good.
Chicken - pox,   1 ;    whooping,
cough, 1
Good 	
Good  	
Good.
Good.
3
3
16
17
15
9
1
7
2
1
1
Good	
Good.
7
4
6
Good	
Good.
Whooping-cough, 6 .  —
Whooping-cough,   17;    chicken-
Fair; lighting fair-
Good 	
Fair.
pox, 9
Whooping-cough,   12;    chicken-
pox, 4 ; conjunctivitis, 2 ; septic throat, 4 ; trench mouth, 4
Good 	
Good 	 H 36
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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76
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34
30
11
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138
133
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Chilliwack—Continued.
Elk View.
Fairfield Island-
Lotbiniere.
Promontory-
Robertson	
Rosedale	
Ryder Lake.
Sardis _
Strathcona.
Sumas	
Yarrow	
Coquitlam:
Millside —
Central -
Mountain View-
Victoria Drive.
Cowichan, North:
Chemainus, Superior-
Westholme..
Delta :
Annieville .
Boundary Bay..
Canoe Pass	
Delta Central-
Delta East	
Kennedy 	
Sunbury.
Trenant
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilson
A. R. Wilscn
A. R. Wilson
B. Cannon.
Westham Island	
Esquimalt:
Esquimalt Elementary.
Kent:
Agassiz —
Harrison Mills..
Langley:
Aldergrove	
Belmont	
County Line	
Fort Lanerley	
Glenwood-
Langley Prairie-
Miss E. Moody
Miss E. Moody
Miss L. Blank .
Miss E. Moody
Miss L. Blank
Miss E. Moody
Miss E. Moody
Miss E. Moody
Miss E. Moody
Miss L. Blank .
Miss E. Moody
B. Cannon	
B. Cannon	
R. M. Dick.	
R. M. Dick	
R. M. Dick	
A. A. King	
A. A. King	
A. A. King -
A. A. King	
A. A. King	
A. A. King	
A. A. King	
A. A. King -	
A. A. King	
J. S. McCallum ..
Miss E. Morrison .
P. McCaffrey.
P. McCaffrey.
A. McBurney
A. McBurney
A. McBurney
A. McBurney
A. McBurney
A. McBurney
1871  175
121    12
278! 256
1271  117
81
77
Miss F. Barbaree
Miss F. Barbaree
Miss F. Barbaree
34!    32
281 25
25! 24
30| 15
2821 269
221 22
1411 133|
66
23! 231
18! 171
I
375! 375
154
16
71
32
1311 120
131|  124
38
162
22 22! 5
147 1331 12
285 2601  25
II       1
2  	
..     "3
1 -~i
10
2
1
1
10!
II.
51-
2l
11
II
9
131    15
53!    61
38
13!
II
122
41
121
16!
6!
191
13
41
12
5
5
1
20
6
1
10
4
1
12
55
80
97
8
97
8
33
4
11
11
5
151    7
191  14
29!
1
12 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 37
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
2
10
12
7
7
21
21
6
31
13
21
42
1
2
1
7
11
1
12
2
18
10
Good 	
Fair;   senior-room
dark
Fair	
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Good.
Scarlet   fever,    1;     whooping-
cough, 15
9
10
18
2
6
6
Scarlet fever, 2 ; conjunctivitis,
2 ;   whooping-cough, 20
Fair    _
Good	
6 ;   trench-mouth, 1
Septic throat, 3 ;   scarlet fever,
5 ; whooping-cough, 21; chicken-pox, 53 ;   measles, 8 ;   conjunctivitis, 17 ; trench-mouth,
4
New, good ; old, fair
Fair 	
New school, good;
crowded;   old
school, poor light
Fairly good—	
Crowded; good light
New school crowded;
old school, poor
light
Good.
Good.
Good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Fairly good.
Whooping - cough,  25 ;   trench-
mouth, 1 ; measles, 8 ;  scarlet
fever, 4 ;   conjunctivitis, 15
Measles, 67 ;   conjunctivitis, 7
Typhoid,   1;    whooping - cough,
18 ;   conjunctivitis, 8;   chicken-pox, 36; measles, 203; rubella, 11
Wax in ears, 3 ; defective speech, 1;
otitis  media   (chronic),   1 ;    bronchitis,  1;   eczema, 1 ;   avoirdupois,
2 ;    cervical   glands,   1;    acne,   2;
nail biters, many ; nasal discharge,
1;   granular lids, 2 ;   no gains, 5 ;
defective   fingers,   1 ;    heart   murmur, 1; anuresis, 1 ; stye, 1; conjunctivitis, 2 ;   ichthyosis, 1
Paralysis,   legs   and   right   arm,   1 ;
(partial)   deformed fingers, 1; defective  speech,   2 ;    pigeon-chested,
1;   bronchitis, 1; granular lids, 1 ;
nasal  obstruction,  1
Granular  lids,  4;    abscess  of  teeth,
1 ;     spastic   paralysis,   right   arm
and leg, 1 ;   calcium deficiency, 1 ;
pyorrhoea,   1;    ichthyosis,   1;    wax
in ears, 1;   stammering, 1;   paronychia, 1;   loss of weight, 1
Pigeon-chested, 1 ;   no gain, 1; ringworm,  1 ;   mitral murmur,  1; enlarged sub-mental gland, 1
Abscess of teeth, 1;   wax in ears, 1
Nervous,  1 ;   petite mal,  1 ;   cardiac,
7;   shingles, 1;   wry-neck, 1; posture,  1 ; asthmatic, 2 ; ichthyosis, 3
Petite mal,  1 ;   nervous,  1 ;   obesity,
1 ;     hypothyroid,    1;     cardiac,    2;
asthmatic, 1
Nervous,   1 ;   asthmatic,   1     .
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
3
8
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Adequate; fairly
clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Poor.
Crowded; buildings
poor
Chicken-pox, 1 ; mumps, 2	
condition
Good repairs -
Very good	
Good 	
Adequate.
Adequate.
Chicken-pox, 32.	
Good repairs	
Very good 	
Very good..— 	
Good- -	
Not   crowded;    well
heated and well
ventilated
Good 	
Good 	
Good 	
Very good for
earth pits.
Adequate.
Adequate.
Adequate.
Adequate; clean.
New.
New.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
7
12
2
Scarlet fever, 7 	
Scarlet fever, 1 ; chicken-pox, 1
Chicken-pox, 13  	
Chicken-pox,   14;    whooping-
cough, 8 ; scarlet fever, 1
*
2
1
1
Chicken-pox.—  ,.. 	
Good 	
Good      .
Good -
Scarlet fever _
Scarlet fever 	
Good 	
Good	 H 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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A. McBurney	
A. McBurney-	
A. McBurney-	
38
■   108
152
83
28
33
32
73
35
132
223
305
34
50
132
114
101
80
40
249
41
87
127
42
54
27
58
416
24
14
18
17
13
330
252
66
694
181
399
30
15
33
30
514
134
62
35
105
149
78
28
32
31
70
35
127
216
290
33
48
126
109
101
79
39
249
40
86
126
41
54
27
58
414
24
14
18
17
13
325
246
62
694
172
588
35
12
39
30
566
199
49
1
9
8
6
2
3
1
3
2
5
9
9
1
1
6
3
15
11
3
31
8
4
23
8
4
l
8
29
25
14
6
6
4
20
14
31
42
80
6
23
25
33
15
8
3
18
1
9
21
13
8
29
25
14
6
6
4
20
14
31
42
80
6
23
25
33
24
28
10
74
13
24
46
24
13
4
7
78
6
3
3
2
4
14
4
16
41
70
82
17
6
17
11
70
59
23
1
5
14
8
3
2
4
4
9
54
108
150
22
30
28
64
7
1
2
6
10
3
14
10
11
103
3
3
5
4
7
4
7
6
269
35
350
33
11
29
22
302
76
38
1
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1
1
4
Otter            	
 1
i
2
4
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
A. McBurney— -
A."McBurney	
1
West Langley	
A. McBurney	
A. McBurney	
45
69
124
11
15
19
23
11
10
7
18
2
12
23
14
5
2
5
34
2
3
2
3
1
1
Maple Ridge:
Alexander Robinson	
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree
5
2
5
1
4
4
4
3
13
3
20
3
12
18
6
1
2
1
22
2
2
3
1
2
2
2
3
J. F. Sparling. ._
J. F. Sparling	
7
Haney Central	
17
1
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss E. Maguire
Miss E. Ochs 	
Miss E. Ochs	
Miss E. Ochs 	
Miss E. Ochs	
Miss E. Maguire	
Miss E. Maguire	
Miss E. Maguire	
Miss M. E. Grierson
J. F. Sparling -	
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid.
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
1
Matsqui:
3
6
7
2
"ll
3
1
2
3
11
6
6
2
3
27
2
2
1
1
1
11
Bradner 	
9
4
Matsqui Elementary—
36
Mission:
1
4
27
1
3
1
Silverhill-	
3
Miss M. E. Grierson
1
1
1
1
1
2
8
1
3
2
Stave Falls
2
228
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
3
1
5
37
8
21
4
1
3
1
14
12
3
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss B. Bradshaw...
Miss B. Bradshaw
Oak Bay:
J. A. Stewart—	
J. A. Stewart	
Wm. Buchanan
H. McGregor 	
G. Morse 	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd... 	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd 	
A. R. Boyd	
4
10
16
1
2
.3
55
14
3
26
5
2
Penticton:
Ellis School	
Miss M. A. Twiddy-
29
14
1
Richmond:
Bridgeport -	
English-
Miss L. Creelman ....
Miss L. Creelman ...
Miss V. E. Williams
Miss L. Creelman  ..
Miss V. E. Williams
Miss V. E. Williams
Miss V. E. Williams
Miss L. Creelman ....
East Richmond	
General Currie	
 3
1
Hamilton ■    	
Lord Byng.	
Mitchell 	
2
3
4
4
20
15
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 39
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.
Good-	
Good.
Good 	
Good.
3
1
Good. 	
Good    _	
Good 	
Good-- 	
Good  	
Good.
Scarlet fever „.	
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good 	
Good.
1
5
4
10
2
2
1
4
•   3
3
1
2
2
2
4
2
2
3
2
1
3
3
1
2
Scarlet fever, 2 ; tuberculosis, 2
Scarlet fever, 1  	
Chicken-pox, 15 ; scarlet fever, 7
Good  __ ■   ,.
Good	
Anaemia, 1 ;   cardiac, 4 ;   pulmonary,
3 ;   hypothyroid, 1
Cardiac,   2;    pulmonary,   3;    orthopaedic defects, 2 ;   chronic skin, 5
Anaemia, 1;  hypothyroid, 1;  cardiac,
10 ; pulmonary, 16 ; chronic skin, 7
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
10
4
One   room   in   basement poorly
lighted ;   rest of
rooms adequate
New    building    adequate ;    old   building,  one  room
poorly lighted
Adequate - _ 	
Good -
skin condition, 3
Cardiac, 1;   pulmonary, 1	
Chicken-pox, 69 ; mumps, 1
Chicken-pox, 2  . ,
Good	
One   room   in   basement poorly
lighted and heated
Poorly ventilated
O.K  "
quate.
Clean; drainage
from urinal
defective.
Dirty; inadequate.
O.K.
1
1
2
1
Dwarf - 	
Diphtheria —  , -
O.K  •„	
O.K.
O.K.
O K
O.K • 	
Chorea, 1
Scarlet fever— -	
Chicken-pox ; scarlet fever —
Poorly ventilated
O.K.—	
O.K.
i
1
O K
fever, 1
O.K 	
Good _—	
Good- _ --
Yes
3
3
3
8
Yes
Tonsillitis, 2
Yes.
Yes
Good
toiditis, 1 ;   pneumonia, 1 ;   tonsillitis, 3 ;   rheumatism, 1
Fractured ulna and radius,  1
Chicken-pox, 3 - - -
Good - 	
Good-  	
Yes.
Yes.
	
Good—-  -	
Good; poor lighting
Good;  ventilated;
hot-water heating
Satisfactory—	
Lighting improved
Good- 	
Yes.
Pneumonia, 1 	
Yes.
Cardiac, 1 _ _	
2
1
2
f Mumps, 1; scarlet fever, 3 ; 1
J      chicken-pox,   2;   whoop- [
ing-cough,  34;   pinkeye, I
[     2; trench-mouth, 1            J
Cardiac, 3;   pulmonary, 3
4
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Abscess, 3 ;   orthopaedic, 7 ;   defective
speech,   3;     asthma,    1;     diabetes
mellitus, 1;   myocarditis, 3;   petit
mal, 1; T.B. kidney, 1;  (renewed),
6 ;   nervous ;   chorea, 5
6
3
2
Poliomyelitis,      1;      whooping-
cough,   34 ;    chicken-pox,   39 ;
scarlet fever, 2 ;   paratyphoid
1 ;     rheumatism,    2;    pneumonia, 1
3
5
6
Mumps,    1;     chicken-pox,    14;
whooping-cough, 1 ; rubella, 3
age  weight,   10.    Physical  status:
Good, 523 ;   fair, 58 ;   poor, 7
 4
3
2
3
10
5
4
1
1
15
3
Physical status :   Good, 33 ;   fair, 6__
Chicken-pox, 4	
Chicken-pox, 1  —	
Chicken - pox,   1;    whooping-
cough, 18; rubella, 1
Cardiac,   1 ;   pulmonary,   1;    15  per
cent,   under  weight,   16.    Physical
status : Good, 531 ; fair, 31 ; poor, 4
Cardiac, 11 ; 15 per cent, under average   weight,   3.    Physical   status:
Good, 177;   fair, 20 ;   poor, 2 H 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
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Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Cedar Hill
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss M. R. Smith
183
244
153
50
40
154
60
111
33
72
224
206
44
70
31
31
22
34
28
73
24
51
65
32
31
227
305
25
84
128
37
17
39
28
70
83
80
72
72
161
127
96
74
33
131
76
212
180
240
151
46
40
153
55
104
29
72
218
193
40
70
30
31
22
33
28
67
23
50
65
32
31
227
284
24
81
120
36
15
38
27
66
78
78
72
68
157
123
80
71
32
123
70
193
4
13
1
4
1
3
3
1
5
16
2
9
4
11
1
1
16
15
4
3
5
14
20
4
1
1
10
10
14
3
3
8
7
14
2
14
19
27
5
10
12
10
17
7
9
27
12
22
23
15
10
88
27
48
23
14
4
17
7
23
15
41
57
5
4
5
4
4
4
2
1
1
3
11
129
8
21
32
6
3
10
11
7
19
17
14
11
52
28
22
19
11
49
20
53
20
30
30
in
3
3
4
1
3
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss V. Freeman	
D. Berman..	
1
31     1
1
1
11
15
27
7
19
50
48
14
11
4
5
26
51
6
17
36
9
12
2
16
15
21
23
19
53
13
12
15
16
.
1
3
Miss M. R. Smith
Miss D. Tate	
Miss D. Tate	
1
1
4
2
1
2
1
4
3
30
1
~10
1
2
3
5
D. Berman 	
D. Berman .  	
T i 11 i cu m -	
D. Berman - _
Miss V. Freeman
Miss V. Freeman
Miss M. R. Smith
1
1
J. P. Vye	
•>.\
Salmon Arm:
H. Baker	
6
8
1
10
H. Baker —	
9
H. Baker. ._	
11
q
Larch Hill
H.Baker 	
H. Baker
21
7
2
8
s
1
6
3
7
1
1
7
2
12
20
1
2
H. Baker—	
H. Baker. —	
3
H. Baker 	
J. M. McDiarmid	
J. M. McDiarmid —
J. M. McDiarmid
J. M. McDiarmid
F. W. Andrew	
F. D. Sinclair. 	
F. D. Sinclair-    ..
F. D. Sinclair—	
el
Sumas:
Huntingdon -	
Kilgard —	
Miss M. Arnold -	
Miss M. Arnold-
Miss M. Arnold	
Miss M. Arnold	
Miss M. Tate- —
14
4
1
2
12
1
281       6
•n
29
1
2
9
2
7
77
Surrey:
1
1
5
8
20
39
10
3
1
4
1
4
8
"~~2
3
Grandview Heights
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair- —
F. D. Sinclair .
21
11
14
4
....
9
9.
17
Hjorth Road.	
F. D. Sinclair ..
11    21
1
I
F. D. Sinclair ...
1
■     1
61
81
5
F. D. Sinclair 	
F. D. Sinclair-.-	
F. D. Sinclair-	
61
26
19
6(1
7
Kensington Prairie
4
5
...
4
3
7
5
9
1
8
5
4
8
2
1
7
3
15
2
4
1
1»
F. D. Sinclair
F. D. Sinclair ..
3
4
8
24
18
16
46
29
62
Strawberry Hill	
F. D. Sinclair
F. D. Sinclair
F. D. Sinclair   	
F. D. Sinclair.... _.
F. D. Sinclair   	
45 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.                                  H 41
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.
Heart,   6;    rales,   5;    appendix,   6;
skin,   1 ;    anaemia,   1;    bronchitis,
2 ;   otitis media, 4
Heart,   7;    rales,   5;    appendix,   7;
bronchitis,   2;    chorea,   1;    otitis
media,  1
Cardiac,  3 ;   rales,  6 ;   appendix,  2 ;
chorea, 1
Heart,   2;    rales,   2;    appendix,   2;
chorea, 1
Heart, 1;   rales, 1 ;   appendix, 1 _
Heart, 2 ;   rales, 4 ;   appendix, 3
Heart, 3 ;   rales, 7 ;   bronchitis, 2
Otitis media, 7 ;   heart, 4 ;   rales, 3 ;
appendix, 1
Heart, 1
Otitis media, 1 ;   heart, 2 ;   rales, 3 ;
appendix, 4 ;   asthma, 1
Heart,   8;    rales,   12 ;    appendix,   7;
anaemia, 2 ; bronchitis, 1; asthma, 1
Otitis  media,   7;    heart,   10 ;    rales,
17 ; appendix, 4 ; skin, 3 ; anaemia,
2 ;   asthma, 1
Measles, 1; mastoid, 1; scarlet
fever, 1
O.K —	
O.K.
Good.
Poor   posture    (crooked   back),    1;
granulated eyelids, 2
—
Good    	
Good	
  -	
Good  ,.	
Clean.
Poor posture  (crooked back), 4	
Good  _	
Good 	
Good 	
Good	
Good 	
Boys' dirty.
Clean.
Clean.
Very clean.
Girls' dirty.
O.K.
Poor posture  (crooked back), 1	
1
Poor    posture    (crooked   back),    1;
obesity, 2
Conjunctivitis -	
1
1
2
1
2
8
15
1
2
3
6
O.K 	
O.K  	
O.K.
Fair    _..__	
O.K.
O.K.
Flush; clean ;
adequate.
Clean.
Clean.
Poor.
Clean.                                 *
3
Overcrowded.	
Frame   on   concrete
basement;   steam
heated
Acne,   13 ;    anaemia,   5;    cardiac,   1 ;
eczema,   2 ;     epilepsy,    1 ;    orthopaedic, 1
Scarlet fever 	
Strabismus, 1;   endocarditis, 1	
Bronchitis,   2;    disordered  action   of
heart,  1
Old frame. 	
Satisfactory; no
water
Disordered  action of heart 1;   marginal blepharitis, 1
Rupture, 1 ;   tongue-tied, 1 	
Strabismus,   3 ;    insufficient gain   in
weight,   2;    asthma,   1 ;    endocarditis,  1
Endocarditis, 1 ;  defective palate, 1..
Pigeon-chest,   1;   bronchitis,   1;   alopecia, 1
Strabismus,  5 ;   appendicitis,  1 	
Chicken-pox 	
Influenza	
"'ean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Fair.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Poor.
Satisfactory	
Influenza   ,
3
3
4
3
3
	
Satisfactory	
Influenza 	
Chicken-pox; influenza
Scarlet fever ; poliomyelitis, 1...
Influenza	
Satisfactory. __.
Crowded  	
Crowded—	
Endocarditis,  1     	
Strabismus, 1 ;   chronic appendicitis,
1 ; S. iliac strain, 1 ;   endocarditis,
1 ;   glan. thyroid, 1
Crowded ;  water
doubtful
3
Otitis media, 1 ;   bifid uvula, 1 ;   valvular   disease   of   heart,   1 ;   nasal
P., 1
Pneumonia,     1 ;      endocarditis,     2;
pigeon-chest,     1 ;      chronic    otitis
media,  1;   anaemia,  1 ;   disordered
action of heart, 1
2
1
Satisfactory	
C rowded	
Chicken-pox ; influenza 	 H 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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White Rock  	
F. D. Sinclair 	
231
35
160
104
245
134
40
258
361
222
34
160
104
245
134
40
234
330
4
4
2
1
16
2
12
7
5
5
2
45
20
14
9
13
9
5
45
56
39
9
43
31
62
28
15
38
39
43
20
6
1
5
6
8
14
14
F. D. Sinclair .....
2
Vancouver, North;
Capilano	
Keith Lynn 	
W. G. Saunders	
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss N. Armstrong-
Miss E. Copeland
Miss E. Copeland
i
4
1
3
2
2
3
l
2
2
2
8
W. G. Saunders __
W. G. Saunders	
11
13
North Star 	
Roche Point  -	
Vancouver, West:
Hollyburn 	
4
W. G. Saunders	
W. G. Saunders. _
W. G. Saunders	
8
6
8
10
6
8
2
4
RURAL AND
J. M. McDiarmid
Miss M. C. Miles
322
13
16
11
55
8
10
19
29
27
7
15
14
8
21
7
24
35
14
15
23
80
22
16
122
10
19
15
30
30
9
20
28
16
7
29
16
8
9
11
23
25
12
11
19
11
321
13
16
11
53
9
10
19
27
26
7
15
14
8
20
7
22
28
11
15
23
80
22
16
121
10
18
12
28
29
7
20
28
16
7
23
15
8
9
11
22
25
9
11
18
11
8
3
20
2
1
1
6
1
16
8
2
17
2
125
3
2
14
4
1
4
10
9
4
1
7
4
8
3
8
10
1
9
5
7
6
4
8
5
5
1
6
7
11
3
7
7
3
1
1
5
3
2
3
5
27
2
80
2
40
T. W. Sutherland	
1
J. F. Grant. -	
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
5
9
1
1
7
4
2
35
3
1
D. B. Ryall—	
C. E. McRae	
1
C. Ewert	
11
81       1
7!       1
1      3
31
a
D. McCaffrey	
3
11
1
1
1
1
2
6
1
2
12
1
1
1
R. B. White—	
1
N. J. Paul 	
	
1
W. Scatchard.	
2
7
3
5
6
3
.   16
4
4
A. Francis 	
	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky..
3
1
1
2
2
4
7
1
1
 4
2
" 1
4
 1
"2
4
5
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
6
2
1
6
15
3
1
1
4
1
2
4
J. Vernon Murray
T. W. Sutherland	
H. F. Tyerman	
4
1
1
4
	
Arrow Park, East	
1
2
2
1
111      3!    3
9!      21    1
291      3!    1
9           91
A. F. Gillis	
1
A thalmer-I n vermere .--—
F. E. Coy
13
2
G. D. Oliver
Cl           9
J. C. Thomas.	
2
8
4
2
12
10
1
5
9
4
2
1
1
4
2
1
1
5
1
J. M. Hershey..	
3
1
6
1
F. F. Stanier
2
3
1
3
4
2
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
3
Bamfield  , 	
Barnston Island 	
—.
G. Morse    ____	
1
2
4
H. A. Christie	
1
Beaton      ....	
T. W. Sutherland—.
G. E. Bayfield.	
4
3
7
6
1
4
5
.
J. C. Thomas	
 3
3
1
J. M. Burnett	
1
Beaverley	
C. Ewert	
2
C. Ewert	
R. D. Rush  	
5
Beaver River..	
F. Macdonald-	
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 43
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.
Strabismus, 1;   asthma, 1;
itis, 1
blephar-
15 per cent, under average weight,
4. Physical status: Good, 146;
fair, 12 ;   poor, 2
15 per cent, under average weight.
6. Physical status : Good, 88 ; fair,
12 ;   poor, 4
Cardiac, 3 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 11. Physical status:
Good, 182 ;   fair, 34 ;   poor, 9
15 per cent, under average weight,
2. Physical status: Good, 119;
fair, 14;   poor, 1
15 per cent, under average weight, 1.
Physical status: Good, 31; fair,
8;   poor, 1
Cardiac, 4; pulmonary affection, 1 ;
15 per cent, under average weight,
6. Physical status: Good, 155;
fair, 75 ;   poor, 4
15 per cent, under average weight, 4,
Physical status: Good, 288 ; fair,
40 ;   poor, 2	
Influenza-
Scarlet fever ; influenza..
Chicken-pox, 6 	
Crowded..
Crowded-
Clean.
Clean.
Chicken-pox, 4-
6|    4
I
Chicken-pox, 12 ; scarlet fever, 2
Chicken-pox, 16 ; scarlet fever,
ASSISTED SCHOOLS.
Double congenital dislocation of hips,
1 ;   heart condition, 2
—
3
8
4
Good  	
Yes.
Yes.
1
Good 	
Fair 	
Good-	
Fair.
Measles  -_ 	
Yes.
Good. 	
Good —	
2
—
1
Good.	
Good.
Fair    -	
Good.
Good— —	
Good 	
Satisfactory 	
Clean; 2 pits.
Yes.
1
light
Satisfactory	
Fair	
1
Good.	
Good -	
Satisfactory.. —
Yes.
Good.
~~2
3
1
„"l
..-
Good.
Measles ; chicken-pox—	
Satisfactory.	
Overcrowded 	
Yes.
O.K.
Good	
Satisfactory  —
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Yes.
	
vous, 1
Yes.
1
—
Satisfactory	
Good  	
Measles, 6 ,  	
Clean.
O.K.
O.K. -	
O.K.
—
Good -
Yes.
Good	
Good.
Whooping-cough  	
Satisfactory.—	
Good -	
O.K.
Good       	
Crowded	
Lighting poor	
1
Fair. H 44
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Belford	
Bella Bella	
Bella Coola 	
Bella Coola, Lower..
Belle View	
Bench	
Bend    _
Benvoulin —
Bevan 	
Big Bar Creek	
Big Eddy	
Big Lake 	
Birch Island —
Birken	
Black Pines 	
Black Mountain-	
Blackpool       	
Blackpool, West	
Blaeberry 	
Blakeburn 	
Blind Bay	
Blind Channel	
Bloedel Beach	
Bloedel, Camp 4	
Blubber Bay	
Blucher Hall	
Blueberry —
Blue River     —
Bonaparte Valley....
Bonchie Lake -
Bonnington Falls....
Boston Bar..	
Boswell 	
Boundary Falls	
Bowen Island 	
Bowser   	
Box Lake 	
Brackendale 	
Bradley Creek	
Bralorne Mines	
Brechin	
Brexton .— 	
Bridesville 	
Bridge Lake, North
Bridge River 	
Brilliant No. 1	
Brilliant No. 2 -	
(Komenoes)
Brisco 	
Britannia Beach:
Public  	
Townsite	
Brocklehurst..
Brookmere..
Brown Creek-
Buffalo Creek	
Bull River	
Burgoyne Bay	
Burns Lake —	
Burtondale 	
Cale Creek	
Cambie    	
Campbell Creek-
Campbell Ranch.
T. W. Sutherland-
H. H. MacKenzie..
G. E. Darby	
Campbell River.	
Camp 1, Slesse Creek..
J. D. Galbraith —-
J. D. Galbraith .	
J. M. Hershey	
F. T. Stanier	
F. Macdonald	
G. A. Ootmar.	
T. A. Briggs	
W. A. Drummond-
T. W. Sutherland...
C. E. McRae   	
W. Bramley-Moore
N. J. Paul    	
J. G. Robertson	
G. A. Ootmar.	
Burris Clinic	
Burris Clinic —	
P. Ewart 	
H. E. Cannon	
W. Scatchard	
G. E. Bayfield	
N. B. Hall	
N. B. Hall     	
T. H. Lougheed -
Burris Clinic	
D. J. M. Crawford ..
W. Bramley-Moore.
W. A. Drummond —
G. D. Oliver
H. H. Mackenzie	
J. P. Ellis       	
J. Vernon Murray...
J. M. Burnett...
F. Inglis      -
C. Davidson	
H. F. Tverman .
N. J. Paul   	
C. E. McRae	
D. M. King -
C. C. Browne	
D. M. King	
J. M. Burnett....
C. E. McRae—
C. H. Ployart.....
V. B. Goresky—
V. B. Goresky—
F. E. Coy..
G. James—
Miss A. Mclnnes-
G. James-
Miss Whitmore..
Miss Whitmore-
M. G. Archibald-
A. F. Gillis	
W. Truax.	
C. E. McRae ....
H. A. Christie.
R. D. Rush ....
T. C. Holmes ...
H. F. Tyerman.	
C. Ewert	
T. W. Sutherland..
J. A. Ireland -
J. A. Ireland .
N. B. Hall	
W. E. Henderson..
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Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Good.
Good.
Yes.
Good    .    	
Nicely filled -	
Good 	
Good   - _	
Satisfactory	
Umbil. hernia, 8;   eczema, 1;   bronchitis, 1
Posture, 2 — __  	
1
Anaemia, 3     .
Crowded; light poor
Good   	
Good    	
O.K.
Fair.
Adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Fair.
Adequate.
Two; earth.
Yes.
Good.
O.K.
O.K.
Sanitary.
Clean ; adequate.
Not clean.
Good.
Chicken-pox, 4 	
Eczema, 1   	
cleaning
Only fair	
Satisfactory	
Good-	
O.K  	
Internal strabismus,  1 	
Good	
O.K	
Posture, 2  	
Posture, 1 	
—
O.K	
Adequate	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Good-.	
Heating poor	
Posture, 2 ;   rheumatic fever, 1; cardiac, 1 ;   semi-lumar cartilege, 1
Chicken-pox ; measles 	
....
------
Measles, 4	
Good condition.	
Not crowded;   good
ventilation ;   properly heated
Ventilation good
O.K 	
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
O.K.
Adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Two; yes.
Satisfactory.
Good.
Two; earth.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
O.K.
O.K.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Satisfactory.
Good condition.
Good condition.
O.K.
O.K.
Two; fairly
clean.
Good.
Posture A, 10 ;  posture B, 2 ; tachycardia, 2
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory  ..
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Deformity of jaw, 1;   hematuria, 1-
10
1
Good 	
Common cold.	
Poor ventilation and
lighting
Good 	
Good 	
—
Satisfactory.. —
Good  - -	
Good repair	
Good	
Heart, 3 ;   acne, 1   	
Whooping-cough 	
Good  _.
Good —	
Good 	
Good —	
Good —
—
—
—
Chicken-pox 	
2
Chicken-pox   	
Good..— —.
Good 	
Well   ventilated  and
heated ;   not overcrowded
Well ventilated  and
heated ;   not overcrowded
O.K	
1
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Posture A, 29 ;   posture B, 3	
O.K	
Fair —
Good  	
Adequate	
O.K.. 	
Adequate.
O.K.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Two; need
cleaning.
Two; need
anchoring.
Yes.
Good.
Measles,   1 ;    German  measles ;
whooping-cough
Good -	
1
Good  	
Good. — 	
Good	
Measles, 7   —
Condition good	
Good 	 H 46
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N.B.Hall 	
S. E, and A. Beech....
Carpio     .
Carrol's Landing _
H. F. Tyerman	
T. W. Sutherland	
W. Truax 	
P. Ewart 	
V. B. Goresky..	
C. E. McRae	
J. M- Hershey.	
C. C. Browne 	
Miss A. Ayling —
C. C, Browne	
Celista  	
W. Scatchard	
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W. E. Henderson
J. C. Thomas	
Miss 0. M. Johnson .
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Chilliwack River	
C. Ewert — 	
W. E. Henderson _.
C. E. McRae.	
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C. J. M. Willoughby..
J. M. Hershey..	
17
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Clayhurst 	
Miss K. Sheppard —
7
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Mrs. A. M. Young
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F. T. Stanier
8
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Colleymount 	
Columbia Gardens	
Miss K. Sheppard
T. C. Holmes
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JT. S. Daly
18
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3
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F. T. Stanier	
Miss A. S. Law-	
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Centre
14
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18
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5
8
17
38
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7
5
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0. 0. Lyons.. _
C. Ewert      	
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D. J. Barclay...	
T. W- Sutherland.	
3
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0. Morris
Crescent Valley	
H. H. MacKenzie.	
J. Vernon Murray
J. Vernon Murray.—
10
3
Creston, West- „ . ..
Crow's Nest	
Croydon  	
Crystal Spring 	
Cultus Lake  	
D a rlin gton _	
4
J. M. Hershey    .
4
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Dawson Creek, North
Dawson Creek, South
Decker Lake 	
Dppp "Ray
J. M. Hershey	
T. C. Holmes	
Mrs. R. McFarlane _
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(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.
6
Good  _ 	
Good— 	
Good; poorly lighted
Good.—	
Satisfactory.
Clean; adequate.
—
Measles	
Congenital defect of skull	
Yes.
Satis fact or y_ 	
Good - —
Yes.
Yes.
Two; fairly
clean.
Adequate.
Clean.
	
Fair  -	
 2
...._
—
Good -— 	
Yes.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Clean; O.K.
Poor.
—
Good
Good  	
Good —.... 	
—
Good      	
Otitis media, 1  	
---.
Yes.
Yes.
Satisfactory —	
	
—
Good—	
Satisfactory 	
Good.
Clean; yes.
Clean; adequate.
	
	
—
	
	
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Cold : 	
O.K.
Fair.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Two; in poor
repair.
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Satisfactory	
Poor lighting ,	
	
	
—
O.K. -	
Orthopaedic defect, 1 	
Nervous, 3 ;   cardiac, 1 	
Cardiac, 1	
Not   crowded;    fair
ventilation;    good
heating
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory	
Slight pleurisy, 1 ~	
Lungs,  1  -	
2
Satisfactory	
Yes.
Poor.
O.K.
.—
=
O.K.
Cleft   palate,   1;    speech-defect,   2;
traumatic   atrophy   of   muscle   of
right leg
Eczema   (hand),   1;    acne,   1;    ichthyosis, 1
Whooping-cough. 	
Scarlet fever, 8 ; chicken-pox, 14
Adequate; clean
Good- - 	
Good    	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Good.
Adequate.
Yes.
	
Measles 	
Chest deformities, 24 	
1
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Asthma, 2 ;   eczema, 1;   cardiac, 1 ;
pulmonary,  2
Posture, 3  -
Chicken-pox, 2 ; diphtheria, 1
Yes.
Cardiac, 1 	
	
	
	
Good    -
Nervous, 1 ;   anaemia, 1;   acne, 1	
	
	
Chicken-pox   	
Good.   . 	
Yes.
Yes.
Yes; two.
No
Eczema, 1  	
Good - —-
Good    - .
Good— c     .
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Poor.
Unsanitary.
Chest deformity, 1 .
Wax, 1 	
1
	
	
Building terrible	
Good. -	
O.K    .
O.K.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
O.K.
Posture, 6 ;  otitis  media, 2 ; respiratory, 4;   cardiac, 1
Otitis media, 2 ; central nervous system, 1
Cardiac, 1;   posture, 1	
Scarlet fever, 4	
	
Measles, 25 ; scarlet fever, 2
Satisfactory- -■ 	
O.K.      —	
	
2
Satisfactory.	
Not satisfactory. H 48
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C. C. Browne  :.
W. H. Mclntyre	
7
9
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Miss M. E. Grierson
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss 0. M. Johnson
3
J. M. Hershey 	
W. H. Mclntyre
D. P. Hanington
E. D. Rush
Dewdney —	
Diamond Crossing	
1
4
Dodge Cove—	
Doe Creek  	
4
3
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J. M. Hershey. —
C. E. McRae    	
Miss K. Sheppard ..
1
3
9
1
1
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W. N. M. Girling
H. A. Christie ....
2
Dragon Lake. 	
Driftwood-  	
G. R. Baker
1
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6
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Eagle Valley 	
1
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G. E. Bayfield
9
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2
	
6
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2
3
3
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6
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W. N. M. Girling	
4
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52
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9
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H. A. Christie	
Elk Valley- 	
Ellesby 	
1
6
4
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4
1
5
2
5
7
1
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12
W. R. Stone
F. Inglis — 	
Miss L. Wooding	
J. C. Poole -	
5
1
1
5
1
2
6
1
5
1
6
1
6
4
G. E. Bayfield	
J. Vernon Murray
J. S. Daly... -	
1
1
2
1
3
1
 2
9
Erie
J. M. Hershey	
Miss A. Ayling -
Miss E. Snowden
2
5
1
2
4
9
1
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2
56
2
3
1
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7
1
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E. A. Campbell	
1
G. G. Ferguson 	
Extension.... - - ...
Fairbridge— -
Falkland-  	
D. P. Hanington
F. T. Stanier 	
J. A. Shotton- 	
Miss 0. M. Johnson
Cowichan Health
Centre
3
7
11
2
1
1
3
7
19
2
1
5
1
1
1
9
14
14
21
2
1
1
5
2
2
2
1
Fanny Bay 	
T. A. Briggs - -
H. F. Tyerman	
1
Fauquier  	
Ferguson 	
T. W. Sutherland
3
5
4
3
12
5
3
1
9
4
3
10
14
18
10
8
10
2
9
3
8
2
4
9
3
13
39
—-
3
Ferndale 	
Field  -	
G. A. Cheeseman	
Fife —    	
W. Truax - 	
G. A. Ootmar	
J. M. Hershey—	
D. M. King -
G. Archibald -
Fir Valley - —	
1
1
Fish Creek      —	
Fish Lake (Brexton)	
Miss L. Malkin -
2
Floral Creek   -
7
1
Forde   	
P. Ewart 	
T. C.Holmes.	
H. F. Tyerman	
        	
1
1
2
1
2
2
4
2
7
2
4
9
• 2
10
2
2
6
2
9
2
5
2
1
4
4
Forest Glen   	
1
Forest Grove — 	
C. E. McRae 	
Fort Fraser  	
J. C. Poole 	
C. Ewert 	
C. Ewert  —
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1
13
3
2
4
7
3
3
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
8
4
5
13
11
4
1
2
2
1
3
2
W. R. Stone 	
Fort St. John 	
J. M. Hershey -
F. W. Green	
Fort Steele 	
3
3
6
G. J. A. Kirkpatrick
T. C. Holmes	
T. C. Holmes	
1
1
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Francois Lake, South	
S
T. C. Holmes 	
J. C. Thomas.	
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1
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J. C. Poole    -	
3
2
J. C. Poole -
C. Davidson — -	
M. G. Archibald   ..
Miss E. Snowden
1
1
5
4
13
Fruitlands         	
19
6
13
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9 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.                                H 49
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.
Fatigue posture, 1; cardiac, 1; anaemia, 1 ;   scoliosis, 1
Chicken-pox, 15 ,  .
O.K.
O.K.
Yes.
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
Good.
Yes.
Good.
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good  	
Poliomyelitis   	
1
2
Chicken-pox, 2— -	
crowded
Satisfactory	
Good  	
Nervous, 2;   fractured tibia, 1;   appendectomy, 1;   fractured clavicle
4
O.K.
Good.
Yes.
Good.
Need new pits.
Clean.
Clean ; in poor
repair.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Poor.
Not clean.
	
Measles; whooping-cough.	
Satisfactory	
Good  	
1
Good school-house.....
Poor school-house —
Satisfactory.	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory	
Excellent	
Satisfactory	
Systolic murmur, 1; early scoliosis, 1
	
Good -  ..
Good  —
Good — 	
Good 	
Good.
Satisfactory.
Good.
Two; clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Good.
Two; yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Good.
2
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Satisfactory	
Adequate	
Good -—	
Good—	
Good _	
Satisfactory	
Heart murmur, 1   	
Whooping-cough; measles
Cardiac, 5 ;   scoliosis, 1    .
Eczema, 1 ;   scoliosis, 1  	
	
Good  	
Good — —
O.K	
Clean ; adequate.
Not satisfactory.
Yes.
Satisfactory.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
Yes; two.
 1
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Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Poor heating— 	
	
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1
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"Very good	
Good  	
Good _	
Good. —	
Satisfactory	
Fair	
Good- —
Satisfactory 	
Good- 	
Satisfactory.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Two; fair.
Fair.
Unsanitary.
O.K.
O.K.
Sanitary.
O.K.
Good.
Good.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Adequate.
O.K.
O.K.
O.K.
Cardiac, 1   	
Measles  -	
Posture A, 5 ;   posture B, 3 ;  cardiac
murmur, 1
Adequate	
O.K — ,
Good 	
Good —	
Satisfactory 	
Good— _ „..
Good —-	
Very crowded	
Satisfactory   	
Good   	
Adequate -	
O.K	
..._
Flat chest, 1 	
1
	
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Whooping-cough   	
Central nervous system, 1 ;   respiratory, 2
O.K	
O.K 	
•
New throughout -
Good   -	
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Dirty.
Satisfactory.
Heating fair—	
Adequate	
Satisfactory	
Anaemia, 2     	
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H. A. Christie	
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R. D. Rush
—-
N. B. Hall 	
V. B. Goresky	
J. C. Thomas     .
C. Ewert - 	
T. W. Sutherland	
1
2
10
1
7
12
H. F. Tyerman	
2
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H. N. Watson	
Wm. Buchanan	
Miss M. Gowan
	
	
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D. J. FitzOsborne	
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2
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Miss D. Wilkie  _
N. B. Hall	
2
2
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1
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H. A. Christie.	
1
2
2
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D. J. Barclay— -
T. W. Sutherland—.
R. Haugen	
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1
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T. W. Sutherland
Miss D. Wilkie.	
Mrs. R. McFarlane—
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Miss M. Putman	
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H. H. MacKenzie
W. H. Mclntyre .     .
1
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Miss M. E. Grierson
Mrs. R. McFarlane—
J. M. Hershey	
C. A. Armstrong
G. J. A. Kirkpatrick-
G. J. A. Kirkpatrick.
T. A. Briggs	
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T. A. Briggs	
G. E. Wride -	
J. G. Robertson	
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2
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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A. R. Stone 	
1
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6
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
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H. F. Tyerman	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 51
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
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New school 	
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Ichthyosis,   1;   posture   	
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1
1
Adequate.
1
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1
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Psoriasis, 1 ; asthmatic, 2 ; cardiac, 3
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Yes.
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Good condition	
Fair  ., 	
Conjunctivitis    	
Satisfactory.
5
—
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Yes.
Satisfactory—	
Satisfactory	
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Good.
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Adequate 	
Sanitary.
Whooping-cough, 1 	
Ventilation and
heating good
Clean; adequate.
1
O.K.
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Rubella; pertussis   -	
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Good	
O.K.
Yes.
Whooping-cough; measles	
Yes.
Satisfactory 	
Yes.
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Measles. - - -	
Good - -
Clean ; adequate.
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Isabella Point —	
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17
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D. J. Barclay	
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R. B. White  	
H. N. Watson  _.
0. Morris .... 	
J. P. Ellis .....	
Kapoor _  	
Miss I. McMillan	
3
2
1
24
19
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2
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J. M. Hershey .
G. A. Ootmar— „	
Mrs. L. B. Ward .
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
Mrs. B. Thomson
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Kettle Valley.	
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Kimberley 	
D. W. Davis 	
G. E. Bayfield ,.
Kingfisher	
1
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J. Vernon Murray __.
N. H. Jones 	
H. N. Watson	
H. H. MacKenzie	
C. E. McRae
4
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Laidlaw   , 	
Lakes District.	
W. R. Stone -
2
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J. M. Hershey.	
R. C. Newby 	
C. E. McRae	
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0. 0. Lyons 	
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Marysville 	
Masset
Mayne Island — ,-	
W. Scatchard	
D. W. Davis 	
I. C. S- Dunn	
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H. N. Watson.	
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Mayook ___._ __
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Miss A. S. Low
H. A. Christie ...
D. W. Davis	
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H 53
ASSISTED  SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Good: —	
Good.
Wax in ears, 4 ; chronic otitis media
(right), 1;   slight cardiac, 1
Chicken-pox, 12; tonsillitis,!
Good 	
Good.
Clean.
Adequate.
Adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Good.
Good.
.
Good - 	
Good       ■ _.	
Wry-neck,   1;    scoliosis,   1 ;    dermatitis, 1 ;   acne, 1;   facial paralysis
following mastoid, 1
Satisfactory 	
Good  	
1
1
Good  	
Good  -—	
3
Good - —	
Tachycardia, 1 	
Nervous,  1   _  	
Good.  -.	
Good.
2
1
No - 	
Yes; two.
No.
Yes.
Fair.
Fair.
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
4
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—
0 vercrowded. 	
Satisfactory 	
Good  	
Good— 	
Measles, 8   	
Cardiac, 3 ;   scoliosis, 1;   anaemia, 2
Cardiac, 2
Good.	
Good  	
Blepharitis, 2 ; ichthyosis, 1;  chronic
mastoid, 1;   cardiac, 3
Good 	
Good.
Satisfactory	
Yes.
Fair.
Clean.
2
1
Whooping-cough— 	
Fair	
Poorly lighted	
Congenital absence of radii, 1	
Good —
Good	
Poor.
Good.
Good.
Good 	
Whooping-cough; measles	
Good — 	
Satisfactory-	
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
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Satisfactory—	
Adequate	
Good	
Heart disease, 3;   nervous, 1	
1
11
cough, 1;   septic throat, 2
Heart, 2 ..
Good— 	
Good - —
Fair..	
Clean.
Yes.
Adequate.
Systolic murmur,  1  	
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1
1
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2
Fair  	
Poor school-house
Good 	
Good	
Adequate, but in
poor repair.
Not clean.
Whooping-cough—  —
Overcrowded  	
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Poor feet, 7;   posture, 9  —	
Satisfactory.
	
Good  — -	
Good — —	
Fair.	
Clean ; adequate.
One; clean.
1
	
Good.— —	
Fair.
O.K.
Yes.
Yes; one.
Congenital perforated hard palate, 1
1
No            	
Good   ' 	
Yes.
No.
Yes; two.
Yes.
Influenza ; pneumonia —	
Difficult to heat 	
No  	
Satisfactory	
Yes.
Condition good. —
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Two;   clean and
adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Adequate.
Good - _	
Satisfactory.- 	
Satisfactory .,	
Adequate 	
Excellent	
Crowded; well ventilated ; cross lighting
1
and heating good
Satisfactory —	
....
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School Nurse.
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J. F. Grant 	
G. C. Johnston	
J, M. Burnett 	
G. R. Baker
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F. T. Stanier 	
J. F. Grant	
Cowichan Health
Centre
Miss D. Wilkie—	
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D. J. FitzOsborne—
C. E. McRae	
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Miss E. Snowden
Montrose  —
C. Davidson	
G. D. Oliver... 	
1
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T. W. Sutherland
H. N. Watson	
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5
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J. M. Burnett	
F. Macdonald	
W. H. Mclntyre...
Miss M. E. Grierson
W. G. M. Wilson	
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1
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1
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10
1
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2
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Miss M. Putman.—....
Miss M. Twiddy	
21    1
Naramata 	
J. R. Parmley... 	
C. E. McRae     . 	
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H. A. Christie ,
C. Ewert      ..	
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G. E. Wride    	
Mrs. B. Thomson
71     2
A. F. Gillis
A. F. Gillis        	
5!      21 ...
15!    171    1
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W. H. Mclntyre.	
Miss M. E. Grierson..
4
J. C. Poole 	
J  C  Poole
Nixon Creek-	
C. H. Beevor-Potts —
J. D. Galbraith _	
Miss A. S. Law	
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111    161      11    1
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North Bend...	
P. S. McCaffrey
C. C. Browne	
H. G. Burden    	
Northfield  	
Notch Hill.	
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R. A. Gilchrist	
Okanagan Centre..	
R. B. White
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
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G. E. Wride 	
Mrs. B. Thomson MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 55
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Building.    State if
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heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
O.K   	
Good   -	
Natural ventilation ;
stove
Good ...    . —	
Satisfactory	
Poorly ventilated
and heated
Good   --
Satisfactory ...	
Good.
Whooping-cough ; measles —
Yes.
Clean.
Yes.
Good.
cialist)
1
Influenza  •
O.K.
1
Measles in spring. , _
Good     	
Good.
Not crowded ;   good
ventilation and
heating
Satisfactory 	
Good 	
Four earth closets
for   boys   and
four for girls;
boys' untidy,
not sanitary.
Good.
1
1
■-
Good	
Fair.
Satisfactory 	
Good —	
Good 	
Yes.
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory -
Yes.
Satisfactory. 	
Adequate 	
Good ventilation ;
heating adequate
Good - —-
Good - -	
Good   - 	
Yes.
1
Whooping-cough  	
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Acne vulgaris, 2; wax, 7; anaemia, 2
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Lighting poor 	
Good; lighting poor
O.K  	
Fair.
Good . ..- - -
Adequate	
Satisfactory..	
Good  	
Good 	
Fair 	
Good 	
Adequate.
—
Measles     .	
Good.
Whooping-cough —	
Chicken-pox;   whooping-cough ;
la grippe
Clean.
2
Good.
2
Good  -
Good  -
Pinkeye, 10  _	
Satisfactory  —
Good 	
Clean ; adequate.
Scarlatina...   —	
Good—	
O.K -	
1
3
O.K.
0 K
O.K   .,,.
8
4
Fair; rather crowded
Satisfactory 	
Cold  -	
Yes.
Yes.
Good — -	
Good - - 	
Good —	
O.K.            	
Yes
Cardiac, 2 ; anaemia, 2 ;  chorea, mild,
1
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—.-
Whooping-cough,    7;    chicken-
pox, 3
O.K.
Not clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Skin, 1;   orthopaedic, 1  	
Undescended testicle, 1 ;   pruritis, 1 ;
cardiac   murmur,   1 ;    eczema,   1;
orthopaedic, 1;  hernia ing., 2
Good          -.
Lighting still defective in public and
high   schools,   but
primary  or  Grade
I.   light  has  been
greatly improved
Good-  	
Chicken-pox,   3;   German  measles, 3
2
Fair- 	
Good —  —
mental  deficiency,  should be kept
at home, 1
Good- 	 H 56
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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C. E. McRae	
150-Mile House 	
C. E. McRae	
3
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9
6
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One Mile Creek  	
D. McCaffrey	
2
1
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6
3
3
V. Goresky 	
Ootsa Lake ._	
T. C. Holmes . 	
4
Orange Valley
J. C. Poole —-	
C. A. Armstrong
N. J. Ball ...
Osland 	
1
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W. Truax  	
N. H. Jones	
1
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4
2
3
2
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2
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4
N. B. Hall	
Oyster, North 	
D. P. Hanington
T. A. Briggs...	
Miss 0. M. Johnson-
1
2
4
Pablo -     . -	
C. E. McRae	
11
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1
G. E. Bayfield  ...
Miss K. Sheppard—..
3
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J. S. Daly	
P. Ewart  	
32
C. H. Ployart—_	
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1
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J. A. Ireland	
W. F. Mackay	
2
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A. Francis     	
A. F. Gillis 	
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J. M. Hershey.	
J. M. Hershey—	
J. M. Hershey	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky.
Mrs. A. M. Young
Mrs. A. M. Young
2
19
2
43
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7
14
1
9
6
3
6
10
5
13
50
14
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19
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23
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2
6
3
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4
9
2
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4
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2
1
2
Popcum 	
W. E. Henderson
G. A. Lawson 	
J. C. S. Dunn 	
33
2
2
1
2
Port Essington ,.
C. A. Armstrong
G. E. Bayfield -	
F. Inglis -  .....
C. A. Armstrong
J. M. Hershey.—	
J. M. Hershey.	
1
2
1
1
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5
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12
12
20
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Pouce Coupe —-   -
Pouce Coupe, Central
Pouce Coupe, East	
Powell River:
Brooks	
Henderson	
Prairiedale — 	
Premier Mine	
Princeton	
Procter  	
Progress.—  	
Qualicum Beach  ..
Qualicum, Little	
Quathiaski Cove	
Mrs. R. McFarlane...
Mrs. R. McFarlane-
Mrs. R. McFarlane...
3
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6
2
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0. 0. Lyons	
W. R. Stone _	
W. S. Kergin	
D. McCaffrey 	
H. H. MacKenzie	
■J. M. Hershey	
C. Davidson ____	
□. Davidson 	
N. B. Hall -	
3
39
1
2
1
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky.
Miss A. Mclnnes.
Miss A. Mclnnes. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 57
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
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heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Nervous, 1 ;   cardiac, 6;   orthopaedic,
9;   respiratory,  1;   cretinism, 1
1
	
German measles ; measles ; scarlet   fever ;   whooping - cough ;
influenza; mumps
Satisfactory-	
Needs chinking ;
window on wrong
side
Good — ,.	
Good-.- _
Clean; adequate.
Fair.
Good.
 —
1
Good.
Chicken-p ox  ,	
O.K ._,„
tary.
O.K.
	
Yes.
i"
German measles ; measles ; scarlet   fever;   whooping-cough;
influenza; mumps
Good —	
Good.
Crowded 	
Fair   	
No .- 	
Small,   but   in   good
condition
Yes.
Good— - -
Fair. 	
Fair.
Whooping-cough   „.	
O.K -	
Clean; adequate.
Good  	
Good.
l
Satisfactory	
O.K.    .._    _	
Good.
Satisfactory  .:
1;   anaemia, 4
i
1
Good — 	
Unsanitary.
1
Good- 	
Good	
	
—
—
Good   	
Satisfactory	
Yes
3
—
—
Fair 	
Marked sinus arrhythmia, 1	
Satisfactory	
O.K.
Good .-; _   ..
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—
O.K.    	
0 K
Yes
Satisfactory.—	
Yes
Measles—     ....
New furnace in during   year j   ventilation and lighting
O.K.
Good - 	
Nervous, 2 	
Good  	
Wax in ears, 2 	
Good   -
Two; yes.
Suspicious   chest,   1;    chronic   skin-
—
—
good
disease, 1 ;   overweight, 1
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
nervous system, 2
Cardiac, 6 — -	
Good  	
No; quite good	
Good  -	
Good  —	
Yes.
Clean; O.K.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Unsanitary.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Yes.
Pneumonia, 4 ;   pleurisy, 2 ;   typhoid,
1;   bronchitis, 1
1
2
Chicken-pox, 13 ; measles, 5 -
Acute conjunctivitis, 2 ;   cardiac, 2;
6
speech, 2 ;   otitis media, 1
Satisfactory  ___
New school in good
condition H 58
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RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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N. B. Hall	
Red Gap  	
Red Lake  	
C. Davidson .....	
Miss E. Snowden
Red Pass Junction	
W. Bramley-Moore ..
C. Ewert. —	
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6
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Retreat Cove..	
R. D. Rush 	
J. M. Burnett 	
4
Rhone ...	
5
1
2
6
2
Riondel       ,	
D. J. Barclay	
Rivers Inlet 	
H. H. Colwell 	
2
3
1
10
3
1
1
3
2
3
Miss L. Wooding
6
8
11
7
3
2
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8
3
6
1
2
4
J. A. Ireland	
Robson —	
V. Goresky 	
2
Rock Bay...	
F. H. Stringer	
3
4
1
2
4
1
1
9
3
8
7
3
4
2
15
181
5
18
7
3
1
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17
1
1
13
4
3
1
3
5
2
1
4
4
4
4
6
10
8
10
10
Rock Creek— „
J. M. Burnett	
Rock Creek, Upper	
J. M. Burnett 	
J. M. Burnett _.
J. M. Hershey..	
Rock Mountain     .
1
2
2
2
1
R.nlla.
1
1
1
2
3
6
3
2
l
3
8
Rolla, North	
J. M. Hershey	
"Rnosvillp
H. A. Christie	
—
Rnsebanlr
J. P. Ellis ..—	
3
Rose Hill 	
R. W. Irving- 	
1
2
1
2
57
1
C. E. McRae. 	
2
1
3
3
1
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7
27
357
4
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8
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25
1
20
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3
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8
6
4
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10
T. C. Holmes 	
2
1
31
1
2
2
1
2
Rose Prairie — 	
J. M. Hershey.	
Mrs. A. M. Young
M. G. Archibald	
E. R. Hicks	
1
4
2
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5
1
1
11
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1
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1
2
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8
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Mrs. A. F. Grindon...
109
F. E. Coy - 	
H. N. Watson...	
18
105
12
11
3
2
16
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
14
5
3
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J. A. Shotton	
J. Vernon Murray	
H. A. Christie.- _.
A. Franeis .	
D. T. R. McColl. . ..
7
11
T. A. Briggs	
38
10
7
27
12
8
15
16
31
12
14
J. M. Hershey	
W. F. McKay	
Miss K. Sheppard
11
21...	
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2
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1
Savona Road _- 	
R. W. Irving	
J. C. Poole 	
3
3
1
1
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Say ward .—  	
G. E. Bayfield
G. J. A. Kirkpatrick.
F. Inglis  	
2
2
1
2
4
Sechelt
Miss L. Wooding
Miss K. Sheppard
Cowichan Health
Centre
Miss K. Sheppard
cl
2
1
4
2
1
1
F. T. Stanier.	
J. M. Hershey _....
F. W. Green- -
Shearerdale  	
Sheep Creek. 	
20
9
31
5
2
2
2
3
Shelley
C. Ewert	
15
2
6
1
4
18
15
1
10
5
3
4
Sheraton. „	
T. C. Holmes	
F. S. Macdonald-    -
8
11
7
17
49
19
12
21
1
4
Shere	
2
3
2
4
8
8
3
Sheridan Lake	
C. E. McRae-	
Shirley 	
J. F. Grant - ..
Miss D. Wilkie ,
1
2
6
6
9
Shuswap —	
W. Scatchard.	
0. Morris .  —
4
1
Shutty Bench...	
D. J. Barclay 	
S. E. and A. Beech	
5
4
4
2 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 59
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.
Measles; chicken-pox	
Measles ; chicken-pox..  .
Overcrowded 	
New building 	
Log building	
Overcrowded 	
Satisfactory.-..	
Condition good	
Poor lighting 	
Good.... _	
spoken to the
Board.
Yes.
1
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Fair.
Styes, 1;   cardiac, 1 	
1
2
1
1
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Yes.
Satisfactory—	
Good  	
needed.
No    	
Yes.
Adequate —_ 	
Good—.  	
O.K.
O.K.
No        	
Good	
Satisfactory.-,	
Good—	
dition.
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—
Good .,..„, ,.,„,	
Good  —
Good— - 	
Good - _	
O.K.
O.K.
Good   	
O.K.
Yes.
1
Satisfactory.—	
Good	
Nervous   dvspepsia,   1
No.
Good 	
Good	
Two; clean.
O.K.	
O.K.
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory —	
Yes.
Rubella ; pertussis — ,.,
O.K.
Poor.
5
5
4
Chicken-pox; scarlet fever
Mumps, 31; scarlet fever, 2.
and ventilation
Good - 	
Two flush-toilets.
3 ;   cardiac, 12;   scoliosis, 6
Good  	
Chicken-pox, 1 	
Heating   and   ventilation only fair
Satisfactory....	
Very good  -
Cardiac,   5;    pulmonary,   1;    orthopaedic,   1 ;   nervous,  1
of repair.
Satisfactory.
Clean ; adequate.
Satisfactory	
repair.
Cleft palate, 1      _	
Scarlet fever, 6 ; chicken-pox, 16
in this school
Good   — - - -
Satisfactory —
Satisfactory 	
Good; new	
Good; small-	
Satisfactory.	
Yes.
Flat feet, 1
Yes.
Cardiac, 1;   defective mentality, 2 ...
Yes.
Good
Influenza; measles	
Adequate — 	
Good      	
Satisfactory....	
Fair.
Satisfactory— 	
Good    	
Yes.
Good - -
O.K	
O.K.
1
Environment not
good
Poor	
Good-	
Good     	
Fair.
Fair.
All children have had teeth attended
...
Measles in May and June	
Good.
Satisfactory	
Not clean.
No	
Good -	
Yes ; two.
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Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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27
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C. Ewert .	
J. Vernon Murray.—
G. D. Oliver   	
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G. G. Ferguson	
F. S. Macdonald
2
1
C. E. McRae
G. E. Bayfield -
T. W Sutherland
J. F. Grant	
Miss D. Wilkie	
W. Scatchard	
T. C. Holmes 	
3
1
1
1
1
1
8
23
3
1
1
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4
2
1
5
1
2
8
2
28
21
2
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C. E. McRae
1
T. W. Sutherland
J. C. Thomas	
1
4
3
30
1
N. J. Paul
2
3
2
1
5
11
1
1
2
1
7
1
3
2
6
2
3
N. B. Hall
I
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Xl       1
5!       3
G. E. Wride
1
1
1
2
14
4
5
1
4
13
1
2
3
5
5
1
20
13
6
5
8
2
4
2
1
2
9
3
17
W. R. Stone
S. E. and A. Beech.....
J. M. Hershey 	
Sunnybrook	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
2
1
3
J. M. Hershey	
J. M. Hershey	
J. M. Hershey 	
J. M. Hershey	
Miss K. Sheppard	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky..
Mrs. R. McFarlane....
Miss K. Sheppard
9
1
21     2
4
2
1
5
14
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C. Ewert 	
F. T. Stanier	
C. Ewert	
1
11
1
1
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3
Cowichan Health
Centre
4
1
1
1
H. H. MacKenzie	
S. E. and A. Beech...
S. E. and A. Beech...
F. W. Green	
11       5
5
2
2
1
-
2
1
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3
T. C. Holmes '	
1
1
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7
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T. C. Holmes 	
G.E. Bayfield	
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16
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N. J. Ball   ...    	
Miss L. Crafter. 	
231    311 25
7
13
15
5
42
4
1
7
1
4
Thompson	
C. Ewert       	
4
V. B. Goresky.	
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Tintagel	
T C. Holmes
1
1
4
4
1
1
i
3
1
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	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 61
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.
Chicken - pox,   3 ;    whooping-
cough, 1
O.K	
O.K.
....--
Whooping-cough; scarlet fever
Good  ■
Good	
Good.
Good - 	
Clean ; adequate.
Measles  _	
Satisfactory 	
Good -	
Good —	
Good  	
good location.
3
i
Satisfactory   	
O.K.
Good —	
Good  	
Lighting could be improved ;    is under
discussion with
Board
Fair.
Good.
1
Yes.
Blowing systolic murmurs, 5 ...	
Measles, 5 ; chicken-pox, 3	
Yes.
1
Measles epidemic in June	
Fair.
Satisfactory. 	
O.K. .  _	
O.K.
Satisfactory   .
Yes.
Satisfactory	
Fair ; log building _
Yes.
Yes.
Satisfactory — __
Good  	
O.K.	
Clean ; adequate.
Cardiac, murmur,  1;    posture A, 8 ;
posture B, 9
Heart,  1
O.K.
Good.    	
Twelve; flush.
Measles, 1	
Yes.
Adequate _ 	
Adequate.
Good  	
O.K  	
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
Satisfactory	
Clean ; adequate.
Systolic murmur, 1; scoliosis, 2 ; deformed chest, 4
Whooping-cough	
Good— 	
Yes.
2
"2
■-
German measles, 3_
Satisfactory	
Good  	
Yes.
Good; dry earth.
Wax in ears, 4 ; mitral systolic murmur, 1
Satisfactory  	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory  	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Unsanitary.
Fair.
Posture, 1 -   _  	
Acne, 1 ;   posture, 3 ;   cleft palate, 1
	
4
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Clean ; adequate.
Good      	
Clean ; adequate.
Cardiac,  3   —.
Good  —	
2
Good 	
O.K.    .....	
Yes.
O.K.
Satisfactory -	
O.K.    .*.	
Good	
Ventilation  a little
difficult
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory 	
Unsanitary.
Measles     .
Fair.
Good.
Pertussis, 3
Chicken-pox 	
Mumps 	
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; sanitarv.
Nervous, 1;   gastric, 1;   wax, 3	
Good.
Whooping-cough —_	
Good..... ._	
Fair 	
O.K.
Clean; adequate.
Fair.
O.K.
Mild cardiac, 2 ;   hay fever, 1;   diabetes, 1
Slightly   crowded;
lighting,   heating,
and   ventilation
adequate
Excellent  	
Good ■ - -
Poliomyelitis, anterior „.	
O.K.
O.K. H 62
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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T. C. Holmes
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H. H. MacKenzie	
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38
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R. D. Rush	
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34
11
9
13
4
~~~6
9
2
16
17
6
1
5
4
6
1
1
Vinsulla -  -
Walcott
Waldo     -	
H. A. Christie _
W. A. Drummond
H. A. Christie -	
1
2
D. P. Hanington	
W. Scatchard	
Miss 0. M. Johnson..
2
C. C. Browne	
G. A. Ootmar 	
Miss M. Gowan	
Miss M. Gowan..	
1
.... -
" 1
2
......
3
1
43
J. M. Burnett	
Westsyde  	
0. 0. Lyons  	
51        1
11
l|_
41  ...
41
9\
5
12
1
2
3
HI       1
8|	
8  .....
831       2
161 —
S. E. and A. Beech—
il
31      31    4
291      21    4
51       11     1
2l          1
C. E. McRae	
Miss K. Sheppard —
.....  I ...
31      4
1
1
21       5
[
— 1 ......
1       3
41       4
5|       2
11       1
11    47
31      3
— 1       9
...    1      4
C. E. McRae 	
H. H. MacKenzie	
C. Ewert.—	
J. C. Poole
• 33
8
9
20
4
1          1
61         1    4
41         1    1
1        1
61          1     2
Willow Valley	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
1
31 —
.     1
11
11
131
21
1
F. E. Coy
241       1
161
321       1
711       9
25|	
27| .....
Ill      2
1151         3
71       21
F. Inglis	
Miss L. Wooding.
8!         1
F. E. Coy     .
31       11
Winfleld
Mrs. A. F. Grindon
G. D. Oliver 	
51      51
T. C. Holmes 	
...     1      21      1
11      141         1
9
8
17
70
50
1
1
1
I
1
ir-
21       2
1
3
3
5
t
1
1
C. Ewert
31
51 .....
201         1
Wycliffe 	
F. W. Green _	
J. Vernon Murray
J. Vernon Murray—.
P. S. McCaffrey.	
4
11       21
11      51-
1      41      2
31     151        1
61      7
71    13
71      7
71      9.X
Yahk
Yale —.    .
121      1
831        6
21          |     1
Ymir
Q!      1 fil      K
Yount  - -
C. H. Beevor-PottS—
Miss A. S. Law —
64
....
—.
11
1
10
20
21
10 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1937-38.
H 63
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
13
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OJ
n
6
tt
1
ft
£
H
JH
o
9
h
a
2
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1
3
2
1
3
Yes.
Yes.
No           	
1; acne, 1
Ventilation, heating,
and light satisfactory
Clean; O.K.
Yes.
Yes.
O.K	
O.K.
Good _	
Scarlet fever, 2 	
cent,    under   average   weight,    3.
Physical status:   Good, 97 ; fair, 7
Satisfactory 	
Good --     ....
ventilation ;  properly heated
Good ..- 	
Yes.
Adequate  	
O.K.
Good —	
Good   _	
O.K.
O.K.
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory 	
Clean; adequate.
Satisfactory	
Clean; O.K.
Heart, 1
	
Good 	
Good... 	
Clean.
Good  	
Satisfactory... 	
Good __	
Clean ; adequate.
O.K.
O.K _	
Yes.
Good ; new 	
Good condition	
Two; clean.
Girls' poor.
Good—	
Fair _ _	
Satisfactory 	
Needs   chinking;
windows on wrong
side
Good 	
Good  -	
Cardiac, 1;   general condition, 1	
Fair.
Adequate	
Should be
German measles, 1 —
Satisfactory	
Good.	
cleaned.
Yes.
Good - -	
Good..	
Good	
Satisfactory _	
2
O.K. .  	
Chronic   osteomyelitis   of   femur,   1 ;
asthmatic,   1;   mitral  stenosis,   1;
rapid heart, 2 ;   chronic discharging ear, 1
Chicken-pox,  3 in  one family;
recurrent rheumatic fever, 1
Buildings in fair
condition
Satisfactory	
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
Good.. -	
Good - -
Yes.
3
Good  -
Measles	
Good  -
Clean; adequate.
Good   -	
Yes.
2
1
Chicken-pox; whooping-cough-
Satisfactory  ,
Satisfactory.
- H 64
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SUMMARY OF DEFECTS, 1937-38.
Normal
Schools.
High
Schools.
Junior
High
Schools.
Graded
City
Schools.
Rural
Municipal
Schools.
Rural and
Assisted
Schools.
Total.
11
2
6
2
24
5
1
88
235
4
1,512
158
110
175
1,637
4,120
381
683
819
296
3
485
53
56
119
710
1,433
180
285
359
696
113
2,479
438
883
990
7,097
14,862
1,756
1,384-
1,683
875
192
1,371
193
372
1,175
3,893
5,631
1,862
838
656
803
242
1,990
278
1,025
2,399
5,472
7,053
2,409
1,683
754
2,906
554
7,848
Defective hearing  	
Defective nasal breathing. 	
1,122
2,452
4,858
Enlarged tonsils	
18,811
33,123
6,593
Goitre  „ —   — 	
4,874
4,359
Totals
139
9,834
3,979
32,381
17,058
24,108
87,499
166
155
21,088
19,782
8,235
7,437
43,621
39,273
19,891
19,366
23,168
22,182
116,169
No. of pupils examined — 	
108,195
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Chaiu.es F. Banfield, Printer to tbe King's Most Excellent Majesty.
193S.
825-1138-6531

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