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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
TWENTY-EIGHTH REPORT
MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30th, 1939
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY  OF  THE LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
TICTOEIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Chables P. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1940.  Victoria, B.C., October 31st, 1940.
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, 1939.
G. M. WEIR,
Provincial Secretary. Provincial Board of Health,
Victoria, B.C., October 31st, 1940.
The Honourable G. M. Weir,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the Twenty-eighth Report of the Medical Inspection of
Schools for the year ended June 30th, 1939.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
G. F. AMYOT, M.D., D.P.H.,
Provincial Health Officer. REPORT ON MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS.
In this, the Twenty-eighth Report of Medical Inspection of Schools for the school-year
1938-39, summary tables have been added. The object of adding this information to the usual
form of the report is to make available comparative data over a five-year period, summarizing
the number of defects and the rate per 1,000 children examined. Defects chosen for this
summary are those which might be expected to remain fairly constant each year, as they are
not greatly affected by the presence or absence of epidemics.
In a study of these summary tables it will be noted that there is no uniformity in the rate
of occurrence of these particular conditions. Over a period of five years one would expect a
gradual change in the rate in one direction or the other. From the figures shown, however,
there does not seem to be any definite trend. Because of the number of factors involved, it is
difficult to give a reason for this variation.
The first of the summary tables shows the number of children enrolled and the number
examined, together with the percentage examined in each group of schools throughout the
Province.
The defect usually recorded as " Malnutrition " has not been included in the summary
tables. The methods of appraising the nutrition of a child have been criticized universally.
The following article entitled " The Reliability of Medical Judgment on Malnutrition," by
Mayhew Derryberry, Senior Public Health Statistician, U.S. Public Health Service, appeared
in the Public Health reports published by the United States Public Health Service, February
18th, 1938. It presents quite clearly the difficulty experienced in evaluating the nutritional
status of children. This article is of particular interest at the present time and, therefore, is
quoted in full in this report.
" RELIABILITY OF MEDICAL JUDGMENTS ON MALNUTRITION.
" By Mayhew Derryberry, Senior Public Health Statistician,
United States Public Health Service.
" The nutritional status of the population, and especially of children, is a public health
problem that is receiving more and more attention. During the recent economic depression
many surveys were made to determine the prevalence of malnutrition among groups in
different localities, and often special programmes for the improvement of the nutritional
status of the population were instituted. Of late, studies have been undertaken to determine
more specifically the extent of malnutrition under various social and environmental conditions.
In many of the studies the results of the physical examinations routinely made in schools
furnish the data on malnutrition, though in some instances the nutritional status of the
groups studied has been specially determined by physicians employed for that purpose.
" Regardless of the source of the data, the estimates of nutritional status have usually
been based solely on clinical observations of the children as they appear at the time of the
examination. In practically none of the studies has there been provision for the taking of a
medical history, or the inclusion of a number of body measurements as an aid to the physician
in arriving at a final estimate. This, of course, limits the value of the nutritional estimates
that are made, but more extensive and thorough examinations have been considered impracticable because of the expense and time entailed.
" Despite the limitations of nutritional estimates made during routine physical examinations, they form the bases for the conclusions reached in many well-known studies on the
prevalence of malnutrition. The relative proportions of children who are in poor nutritional
status in various localities have been reported from an analysis of such estimates. Likewise,
changes in the amount of undernourishment among children from one period to another have
been determined from a summary of nutritional estimates for successive years. During the
depression the annual changes in the proportion of children judged to be malnourished were
used to show the effect of lowered economic conditions on the nutritional condition of children.
Also the relative effectiveness of different administrative procedures in improving the nutritional status of children has been judged by comparing the nutritional estimates of groups
subjected to varied regimes.
" In addition to their use in studies these estimates have been, and still are, used in the
school health service programme for the selection of children to be given special consideration I 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
because of their alleged nutritional deficiency. This particular attention may include the
giving of a supplementary midmorning lunch, follow-up work in the home, or the assignment
to a nutrition class.
" In view of the many vital decisions (both with reference to the general prevalence of
malnutrition and with reference to specific children) that rest on the physician's estimates of
nutritional condition, it seems advisable at this time to re-emphasize the limitations of such
nutritional estimates and the possibilities for error when records from routine examinations
are the bases for either research conclusions or administrative action.
" The Experimental Data.
" Three outstanding pediatricians connected with medical schools in New York City
selected six experienced pediatricians to assist in the experiment. These six physicians were
asked to examine independently the same group of 108 11-year-old boys and rate their nutritional condition in terms of the Dunfermline scale of ' Excellent,' ' Good,' ' Fair,' and ' Poor.'
The 108 boys represented the entire 11-year-old population of a co-operating institution in the
city. Both those who were residents in the institution and those who resided outside were
included. So far as could be determined no factor of selection was operating to interfere with
the representativeness of the sample.
" Each boy was stripped to his waist and carefully examined by each of the six physicians.
If at all in doubt, the physician had the privilege of completely disrobing a boy and making-
more complete observations. Each physician was allowed as much time as he chose for the
examination before deciding upon the final nutritional rating.
" The results of this investigation were disconcerting. The physicians differed markedly
in the number of children which they found in poor nutritional condition. According to one
of the physicians, 15 of the 108 were malnourished (i.e., recorded as ' Poor ' with reference to
nutrition), while another found only 2 whom he considered malnourished. The other four
physicians selected 12, 10, 7, and 6. But even more confusing was the fact that children
classed as malnourished by one physician frequently were not the same children that were
rated malnourished by another physician. In fact, one of the boys rated ' Poor ' by the
physician who found only two in the ' Poor ' condition group was not considered ' Poor ' by any
one of the other physicians. In all there were 25 of the 108 boys rated ' Poor ' by at least one
of the physicians, but only 1 who was so rated by the entire group of doctors. Only 3 of the
25 were rated ' Poor ' by as many as four of the six physicians. Two of the cases were given
every rating in the scale; that is, one of the doctors rated them ' Excellent,' another rated
them ' Good,' another ' Fair,' and the fourth ' Poor.' With such disagreement as this, one
can truthfully say that whether a child is rated as malnourished or not depends more on the
physician who is the examiner than it does on the actual condition of the child.
" A similar investigation was carried out on 113 girls at an institution in New Jersey.
Each girl was examined independently by five women physicians selected in the same manner
as were the men. The examinations were made under the same favourable conditions that
were provided for the first experiment.
" In this experiment there was much more uniformity in the proportion of children found
in the ' Poor ' nutrition group than was true of the experiment with the men physicians. Each
physician marked about 30 of the cases as malnourished (a rating of 'Poor'), the actual
numbers being 32, 32, 31, 31, and 26. The lack of agreement in the ratings of individual
cases, however, was even more striking than in the first instance. Of the 113 children, there
were 65 (over one-half) who were rated ' Poor ' by at least one of the physicians. There were
only 6 of these 65 children, however, on whom all physicians agreed that the nutritional condition was poor. Again, it was found that two of the cases marked ' Poor ' by one physician
were rated ' Fair ' by another, ' Good ' by another, and ' Excellent' by a fourth physician.
" Similar experiments were carried out with other physicians on smaller groups of
children, but in each experiment the disagreements were equally great, indicating that the
rating of nutritional status which any child is given depends to a large extent on which doctor
makes the rating.
" How serious are these disagreements in terms of the purposes for which ratings are
usually made? Do they interfere with the determination of general trends, or the comparisons of findings in different localities?    It is obvious from the first experiment that the
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proportion of children in any given locality who would be marked malnourished depends much
more on the physician who examines the children than upon the actual amount of malnutrition present. If the physicians in the two localities differed as widely in their ratings as the
two extreme physicians in the first experiment, then one of the localities would have reported
over seven times as many malnourished children as the other when actually there could be no
difference in the nutritional status of the two groups of children.
" Table 1.—Proportion of School Children found, malnourished by School Physicians,
New York City, 1927-1934.
Year.
Number of
Children
examined.
Number       I   Pe* °,ent'
malnourished. | no ™£'hed.
Year.
Number of
Children
examined.
Number
malnourished.
Per Cent.
malnourished.
1927 -___
1928	
1
368,353                  49,855
414.594         [         56,433
13.5
13.6
13.4
16.1
1931	
1932	
307,438
336,903
52,478
71,777
68,931
49,380
17.0
21.1
1929 	
1930 _...;_	
392,425
380,928
52,637
61,398
1933 -
1934	
346,074
272,897
19.9
18.1
" An example of the way in which circumstances may influence the proportion of children
recorded as malnourished is afforded by some data from New York City. Since 1927 annual
tabulations have been made of the proportion of malnourished children found during the
regular school examinations. These data have been used in previous publications as indicating an increase in malnutrition during the depression period. From the figures in Table 1
it is apparent that the two major increases in proportion of malnourished children occurred
in 1930 and in 1932. In this connection it should be pointed out that an acting director of
the school health service work was appointed during the latter part of 1929. and that he was
superseded by a second acting director in 1931. Is it not possible that the increases in
recorded malnutrition may have resulted from the stress placed on the subject by these new
administrators ?
" Thus the change in the proportion of children who are reported as malnourished from
one time to another may depend upon the physician who makes the examination or the
circumstances under which the rating was made.
" The practical significance of these disagreements in terms of individual children is
equally serious when the nutritional ratings are made the basis for selecting children to whom
special services will be rendered, such as segregation in nutrition classes, special feeding,
nursing visits to the home, and morning and afternoon rest periods. The choice of the
children to receive these services may depend upon the particular physician who examined
them. Suppose the 113 girls included in the experiment had been enrolled in a given school
and had been examined during the routine examinations by one of the physicians in the
experiment, whom we shall call Doctor A, and those rated ' Poor ' were selected for special
consideration. Thirty-two would have been chosen. But if Doctor B had been the school
physician she would have selected only 17 of those rated ' Poor ' by Doctor A and 15 others
not selected by Doctor A. It may be assumed that the 32 children who were given the special
consideration provided for the undernourished children would profit therefrom, but which 32
should be given the attention? Are there not others who are more in need than many of the
girls in either of these groups? Is it possible, therefore, to justify the extra expenditure for
a special group of children selected on the basis of estimates that disagree so widely?
" The portrayal of these wide disagreements in the judgments of physicians is not made
with the intention of discrediting the physicians or of discounting the value of their judgments
when properly made. In the best private practice, physicians do not often make such judgments of a child's condition on a single examination. They either know the clinical history
of the child and his hereditary background, or they take time to obtain it. They are either
acquainted with the child and his peculiarities of structure and function or they observe him
over a sufficiently long period to learn the significance of his variations from the normal. But,
when a physician must estimate a child's nutritional status after a single brief examination,
without a medical history, such as is ordinarily given in schools or on surveys, his judgments
are robbed of their value and the wide disagreements herein described arise. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
" The implications of the data are twofold. To the practical administrator interested in
improving nutritional conditions in his community the findings are particularly significant.
They indicate the futility of nutritional programmes that give special attention to a few cases
regarded as deficient in nutritional status on the basis of a routine physical examination by a
physician. The errors in the doctor's estimates are too great to justify the extra effort given
to the individuals chosen. Instead, public programmes might be focused on the discovery of
those individuals who have faulty food-habits, or whose behaviour symptoms, such as failure
to gain in weight, lack of stamina, and lassitude, suggest the need for medical advice. The
physician would concentrate on these cases, giving them a detailed medical examination supplemented by history and such laboratory tests as are indicated, in the interest of preventing the
occurrence of malnutrition as well as correcting it after it occurs.
" To the public health analyst the data show the high probability of error when physicians'
judgments based on a single examination of nutritional status serve as the data for conclusions concerning either the prevalence of malnutrition, or the relative value of various
administrative programmes in improving the nutritional status of groups. It would seem,
therefore, highly desirable to discontinue studies or surveys of nutritional status where
physicians' judgments from a single inspection are being used as the original data for
conclusions, and to concentrate on the development and validation of better methods of
determining the nutritional status of children.
" Summary.
" In routine examinations, physicians differ widely in their estimates of the nutritional
status of the same children. The differences in judgments are so great that estimates based
on a single examination are of little value in determining the relative amount of malnutrition
among any group of children at any one time or changes in the amount from one time to
another. Neither are these nutritional estimates reliable bases for determining which
children of a group are malnourished.
" It is therefore suggested that practical nutritional programmes be focused on correcting
the faulty food-habits of children rather than expending energy on routine examinations to
determine nutritional status. It is also proposed that research-workers concentrate on the
construction of valid methods of determining nutritional status rather than making surveys
which are of doubtful significance because of the inaccuracies of the estimates upon which
their findings are based."
In the Province of British Columbia, the school medical examinations are conducted by
164 physicians. Of these, only one is a pediatrician and twelve are full-time physicians
trained in public health as well as general medicine. By reason of such a variety of
examiners the figures pertaining to malnutrition particularly are of questionable value.
Until such time as a more accurate and dependable method of evaluating the nutritional
status of a child is made available, it seems unwise to continue to publish figures that would
tend to provide an unreliable and inaccurate picture of nutrition.
The suggestion of Dr. Derryberry in his summary of the situation is that Public Health
and School Officials confine their activities to the teaching and demonstration of accepted
nutritional requirements. Nutritional instruction seems the most logical procedure to be
followed in British Columbia at present.
The summary tables are followed by the usual detailed information on the medical
examination of the children in each individual school in the Province, MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHOOLS INSPECTED.
Medical Inspectors	
Reports from Medical Inspectors
164
163
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Schools inspected:
Not inspected:
Pupils inspected:
Cost per pupil:
Per cent, of defects:
High Schools.
1937-38, 113:   Reported, 82;   not reported, 31
1938-39,109:  Reported, 81; not reported, 28.
1937-38, 19,782.
1938-39, 20,028.    Increase of 246.
Junior High Schools.
1937-38,22:  Reported, 17; not reported, 5.
1938-39,26:   Reported, 24;  not reported, 2.
1937-38, 7,437.
1938-39, 8,581.    Increase of 1,144.
Graded City Schools.
1937-38, 115:  Reported, 112;  not reported, 3.
1938-39, 113:  Reported 111;  not reported, 2.
1937-38, 39,273.
1938-39, 38,025.    Decrease of 1,248.
Rural Municipal Schools.
1937-38, 164:   Reported, 162;  not reported, 2.
1938-39,166:   Reported, 166;   all reported.
1937-38, 19,366.
1938-39, 18,542.    Decrease of 824.
Rural and Assisted Schools.
1937-38, 723, at a cost of $14,415.10.
1938-39, 737, at a cost of $15,433.88.
1937-38, 41.
1938-39, 15.
1937-38, 22,182.
1938-39, 22,663.    Increase of 481.
1937-38, 64.9 cents.
1938-39, 68.1 cents.
1937-38, 108.7.
1938-39, 100.6. STATISTICAL  TABLES. I 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
NORMAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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J. A. Taylor	
P. McCaffrey	
C. T. Hilton	
C C Browne 	
Miss Marion C Miles
207
42
192
30
40
353
736
457
86
200
128
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109
31
124
45
115
138
46
78
15
83
25
26
109
26
196
16
386
198
285
258
31
99
73
207
42
185
30
40
398
701
457
78
197
126
102
97
31
120
43
115
138
46
78
12
91
24
18
106
23
190
16
386
198
253
256
31
99
1
66
6
1
27
4
46
11
1
8
15
48
15
1
48
15
21
5
6
32
9
94
9
52
3
3
12
6
13
8
4
17
2
3
1
17
2
1
1
2
3
2
47
4
15
32
18
21
5
1
34
3
44
6
7
146
243
135
3
37
27
33
1
9
32
11
8
37
2
13
3
19
5
4
28
8
4
66
40
5
23
2
14
9
1
21
8
6
6
6
7
9
2
14
37
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3
2
1
8
1
Miss E. Graves	
Miss Thorneloe	
Miss Shand	
Miss C. Tait	
3
52
29
22
1
20
16
7
3
2
4
6
3
18
1
2
3
11
1
2
1
5
5
31
2
14
18
13
20
3
4
8
10
3
3
1
1
2
1
3
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Burnaby, North	
Burnaby, South 	
Wm, Sager...	
E. H. Fraser 	
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8
9
5
5
1
3
2
4
4
1
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5
2
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G. K. McNaughton...
A. A. King	
Delta Municipality:
W. H. Mclntyre	
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss H. Kilpatrick...
Miss Morrison	
4
5
4
4
5
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1
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2
2
5
1
2
21
4
21
1
8
Enderby  	
J. S. McCallum	
Miss Winnifred Seymour
1
2
R. D. Rush __	
W. Truax  	
J. M. Burnett	
G. E. Wride	
Mrs. B. Thomson	
1
F. Inglis —	
Miss Wooding	
W. M. G. Wilson
D. J. Barclay.— 	
W. J. Knox	
G. E. Wride	
Miss 0. M. Garrood..
Miss D. McKenzie
Mrs. B. Thomson
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8
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16
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D. P. Hanington
Miss 0. M. Johnson
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2
Maple Ridge:
Miss A. V. Larson _
J. A. Taylor	
J. A. Taylor	
G. H. Tutill	
Miss E. A. Ochs	
Miss E. C. Maguire ..
11
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Condition of
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ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
ous,  3; genito-urinary,  4;  muscular, 1_
1; squint, 2; acne, 20 ; heart-murmurs, 1 ; hypothyroid, 1 ; old osteomyelitis,    1 ;    muscular    atrophy
following   polio,   1 ;   deformed  toes
from injury, 1 ; seborrhcea, 2
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Good    .
Good.
Skin, 8 __	
Adequate  	
Good
Yes.
Well ventilated,
heated, and
lighted; not overcrowded
2
3
3
2
1
Chicken-pox, 1; scarlet fever, 1
Satisfactory.
erage weight, 61.     Physical status :
Good, 301; fair, 97.
2
1
age  weight,   37.     Physical' status:
Good, 626 ; fair, 71 ; poor, 4.
Speech-defect,   1 ;   catarrh,   1;   eczema, 1
Good; lighting could
be improved upon
Not crowded; heating improved
Good  	
Fair.
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Good.
Cardiac, 1; skin, 6 ; anaamia, 3 ;
asthma, 1
Good  	
Excellent condition ;
hot-water heating ;
ventilation good
Good   -	
Clean ; adequate.
clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Satisfactory.
Yes.
O.K. .....   ._
Tuberculosis,   1;  cardiac,   2;  appendicitis, 1
Not crowded; well
heated; ventilation fair
Good ; not too
crowded; well
ventilated, heated,
and clean
Condemned
Building in good
condition
Good 	
Good
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Chicken-pox ; influenza     ___ _.
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Chicken-pox  _ 	
Good.
Scarlatina.   ,  	
Good 	
Good. 	
Yes.
Chicken-pox,  1 ; whooping-
cough,   1;  influenza ;  septic
throat
Scarlatina..	
Good. ___.
Good.
2; hernia,  1 ; acne, 10 ; posture, 4
Good —	
Obesity, 3 ; undersize, 2; cardiac, 1 ;
pulmonary,    2;   nervous,    1;   cleft
palate, 1 ;  eczema, 1;   nephritis, 1 ;
arm amputation, 1 ;   blepharitis, 1 ;
old infantile, 1
Adequate and well
kept
Adequate; clean.
Whooping-cough, 1 ;   rheumatic
fever, 1
Good 	
Old Maple Ridge
Building in poor
condition
Poor lighting and
and heating
Poor heating and
lighting
Satisfactory
Good.
Cardiac, 1;   pneumonia, 1;   T.B., 2
3
Clean ; adequate.
1
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Typhoid, 1   ______
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Medical Inspector.
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C. C. Browne	
F. P. Sparks ,
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Miss N. Dunn	
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Duke of Connaught	
T. J. Trapp, Technical
D. A. Clark , „
D. A. Clark 	
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss Putman 	
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R. D. Coddington
N. J. Ball	
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26
4
2
5
10
6
22
9
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14
17
28
3
13
4
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78
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34
35
27
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D. McCaffrey	
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35
176
181
237
128
62
34
171
100
214
13
1
19
1
31
2
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G. R. Baker ._.	
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4
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Mrs. Little __ 	
Miss Knipe 	
A. R- Boyd    	
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E. E. Topliff-- -
Saanich:
Miss B. Jenkins	
Miss B. Jenkins
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1471   145
171     17
591    58
291     28
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6
12
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2
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N. J. Paul.	
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Mrs. M. Tait
3             1      111        3
1
9
17
T. D. Sinclair	
1
15
1
1
1
13
1
31
2
5
62
11
17
27
25
102
62
47
35
10
1
2
1
2
2
11
6
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761   46
Telkwa  	
G. G. Ferguson —
2
1
1
1
4
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3
28
3
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N. D. C. MacKinnon
H. White   	
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Miss E. Bell 	
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Miss N. Cunningham ; Miss G.
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Miss E. Bell    	
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Miss E. Edwards.
Miss P. Scouler	
Miss J. Annand	
Miss M. Ewart	
Miss N. Grimmett;
Miss N. Cunningham
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26
4
5
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H. White
H. White 	
H. White
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SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
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crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
2       6
Whooping - cough,   4 ;    scarlet
fever, 2
Pneumonia,   1;    influenza,   3;
bronchitis, 1
Good	
Good.
Fair.
Nervousness, 23 ;   acne, 15 ;   eczema,
1 ;   asthma, 2 ;   fractured arm, 4 ;
chorea, 1
1 ; nervous, 1 ; pulmonary, 3 ; overweight, 1
O.K.
O.K.
5 ;   orthop_edic,  1 ;   nervous, 1
Cardiac, 6;   pulmonary, 2 ;   anaemia,
1; orthopaedic, 3 ;   nervous, 1
Good._ 	
Satisfactory	
O.K.
Yes.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Fairly good.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Posture, 1;   cardiac, 2  	
Cardiac,  4 ;   orthopsedic, 1	
—
Chicken-pox ; measles ;  whooping - cough ;     conjunctivitis ;
scarlet fever;   mumps
Fairly satisfactory....
Good	
Good  	
Cardiac,   1;    orthopaedic,   1;    blepharitis, 1
 1          1
Good 	
Excellent	
Good 	
Whooping-cough	
Orthopaedic, 2  .
Physical status:   Good, 89;   Fair, 11
Chronic pharyngitis, 1 ;   chronic nephritis,    1 ;     anaemia,    1 ;     orthopaedic, 3
Cardiac, 4 ;   pulmonary, 1 ;   chorea, 1
Cardiac,   6;    pulmonary,   3 ;    tender
appendix,  2;   anaemia,   1
Cardiac,   19;    pulmonary,   7 ;  tender
appendix, 10 ;   chorea, 1 ;   skin, 2;
anaemia,   1
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Cardiac, 1; acne, 18; anaemia, 14	
Marked acne, 1 ___ 	
Satisfactory	
O.K.
Acne,  21;   anaemia,  2;   eczema,  1
Mitral and aortic, 1 ;   endocarditis, 2 ;
D.A.H., 1 ; valvular disease of heart,
1; loss of weight, 7 ; spinal deformity,   1 ;   pigeon-chested,   1;   conjunctivitis,   1;    epilepsy,   1 ,•    posture, 3 ; malformation of chest, 1;
elongated uvula, 1
2
1
1
4
3
1
Four-room; good
repair
Crowded  	
Yes.
Insufficient.
O.K.
Yes.
Good.
Scarlet fever, 1 _   	
Old polio, 1 ; cardiac, 12 ; tuberculous
hip,  1 ; posture, 1 ; acne, 3 ; pyorrhoea, 3
Cardiac,  2.     Physical status:   Good,
527; fair, 94; poor, 11
Cardiac, 4;   15 per cent, under average   weight,   4.     Physical   status:
Good, 498 ; fair, 48; poor, 4
15  per  cent, under  average weight,
2.     Physical   status:    Good,   553;
fair, 47 ; poor, 17
Cardiac, 13.    Physical status:    Good,
1,340 ; fair, 149 ; poor, 45
Cardiac, 17; 15 per cent, under average weight, 8.    Physical status :
Good, 1,329 ; fair, 104
Cardiac, 1; 15 per cent, under average weight,  21.     Physical status :
Good, 394 ; fair, 92
Cardiac, 3.    Physical status:   Good,
692 ; fair, 176
5
1
1
1
6
1
3
Whooping-cough, 1; scarlet
fever,  2;   diphtheria,  1
Mumps, 1; scarlet fever, 1 	
Chicken-pox, 17; whooping-
cough,   1;   scarlet fever,  8
Chicken-pox, 3 ; whooping-
cough, 1
2     1
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A. R. Boyd	
Miss E. Graham
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259
561
1135
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1136
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233
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476
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2
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Vancouver, North ,	
Vancouver, West:
Inglewood	
W. G. Saunders	
W. G. Saunders
0. Morris 	
J. L. M. Anderson
C. McRae .....	
E. Bell
Miss Armstrong	
Miss Copeland	
Mrs. S. Martin	
Miss I. E. Adams
23
7
3
2
9
11
Williams Lake
1
131    13
1
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HIGH
J. V. Murray	
224
150
157
154
192
308
30
362
332
426
364
185
70
341
106
485
402
1326
1302
1518
215
142
150
148
192
308
27
351
221
400
336
176
69
315
100
444
399
1054
1174
1405
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2
1
23
10
3
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26
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23
18
36
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78
27
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9
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36
45
28
6
6
4
128
17
1
4
A. A. King.. ..,
4
Miss H. Kilpatrick	
5
9
15
23
9
32
23
19
1
27
1
2
1
1
2
3
3
2
3
 6
17
7
3
7
7
8
2
9
1
2
1
1
W. M. G. Wilson.
Miss 0. M. Garrood-
W. J. Knox.	
F. P. Sparks 	
D. A. Clarke
Dorothy McKenzie —
Miss N. Dunn 	
Miss F. A. Barbaree
New Westminster:
19
15
14
4
2
20
48
155
5
41
13
D. A. Clarke
Richard McBride.
D. A. Clarke	
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss M. A. Twiddy—
D. McCaffrey	
A. R. Boyd	
6
3
5
2
1
Miss Knipe. -	
Trail        -   -
Vancouver:
H. White 	
H. White
Miss E. Ewart	
Miss L. Drysdale
Miss F. Innes	
2
1
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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
5
3
2
cent,   under   average   weight,    14.
Physical status:   Good,  941; fair,
39
1
age   weight,   2.     Physical   status:
Good, 1,050 ; fair, 55 ; poor, 31
Chicken-pox, 1; scarlet fever, 3
Chicken-pox, 1; scarlet fever, 1
Scarlet fever,   4 ;   chicken-pox,
3 ; influenza, 16 ; mastoid, 1;
whooping-cough, 25
cent,   under   average   weight,    10.
Physical status:    Good,  418; fair,
78 ; poor, 1
4.     Physical   status:    Good,   208;
fair, 25
Scoliosis,   2;   lame,   1;   cardiac,   14;
posture,   2;   kidney   condition,   2;
orthopaedic, 1; squint, 1; acne, 1
1
Excellent.  	
Clean; adequate.
ture, 4 ; torticollis, 1; clubfeet, 1
Fair 	
Fair.
SCHOOLS.
Rheumatic   heart-disease,   1;   mitral
stenosis, 2
Acne, 2 ;  strabismus, 1;  otitis media,
2;   flat   chest,   1;   bronchitis,   2
asthma,   1;  glass  eye,   1;   pigeon
chest,  1 ;   styes,  1 ;   pyorrhoea,  1;
habit splasm, 1
Leaky heart-valve, 1 	
Asthma,  2 ; posture,  18 — _	
Cardiac, 2 ; nerves, 5 ; pulmonary, 1
cripple, 1; pneumonia, 1
Posture,   16
Cardiac, 2 ;  anaemia, 1 ; harelip, 1	
Cardiac, 4 ; nervousness, 9 ; asthma,
2 ; chorea, 3 ; petit mal, 2 ; anaemia,
6 ; hypothyroid, 3 ; blepharitis, 3 ;
acne, 6; partial paralysis, 1; deformed posture, 13
Cardiac, 10; orthopaedic, 3; posture, 1
Cardiac, 4; pulmonary, 6; orthopaedic, 2
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 2 ; orthopaedic, 5 ;   anaemia, 4
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 1; orthopaedic,   1;   anaemia, 4
Inguinal hernia, 1 ; cardiac murmur,
2 ;   posture, 1;   blepharitis, 1
Asthma, 1 ; appendicitis, 2 ; ansemia,
3;   orthopaedic, 1;   acne, 3
Cardiac, 3 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 1. Physical status:
Good, 382 ;   fair, 16 ;   poor, 1
Acne, 5 ; pulmonary, 2 ; posture, 5 ;
cardiac, 7; pyorrhoea, 9 ; torticollis, 2 ; strabismus, 1; pityriasis, 1 ; seborrhoea, 1 ; slight paralysis  on right side of face,  1
Cardiac, 2. Physical status: Good,
995 ;   fair, 57 ;   poor, 2
Cardiac, 18 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 19. Physical status:
Good, 1,021 ;   fair, 150 ;   poor, 3
Cardiac, 6; pulmonary, 1; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 7.
Physical status : Good, 1,260 ; fair,
13S :   poor. 7 ___^_
3     2
1      1
10
Chicken-pox; influenza-
Measles, 2 ; whooping-cough, 1 ;
chicken-pox* 1 ; influenza and
sore throat
Scarlet fever, 1—
Scarlet fever, 3—
Scarlet fever, 6-
Chicken - pox,   2 ;   whooping-
cough, 5 ;   scarlet fever, 5
Measles, 1; chicken-pox, 4;
whooping-cough, 1; rubella,
1;   diphtheria, 1
Excellent,.
Well heated and ventilated ; no overcrowding
Splendid condition,
no overcrowding ;
ventilation and
heating very good
Satisfactory   _	
Good, not too
crowded; well ven
tilated, heated,
and clean
Ventilation poor;
lighting bad
Good	
Good	
O.K.
Good	
O.K.
Good.	
O.K.
O.K 	
Yes.
Good 	
Good.
Adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Flush-toilets ;
clean ; adequate.
Satisfactory.
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Good. I 20
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Queen Mary..  	
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199
305
570
192
194
284
285
3
6
4
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11
5
2
4
6
1
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4
5
7
70
62
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5
6
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6
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Inglewood—     -
Victoria  '
W. G. Saunders
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J. L. M. Anderson
Miss E. J. Herbert—
5
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R. W. Garner 	
275
572
463
366
520
382
372
23
117
308
340
62
249
268
59
693
364
238
90
■
122
95
228
572
463
336
489
371
361
23
113
308
330
62
247
266
59
664
364
230
90
122
95
25
37
13
5
14
56
9
1
4
8
12
24
44
1
46
4
3
7
14
3
18
7
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2
3
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4
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30
10
32
13
8
25
22
1
11
11
12
8
7
2
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76
2
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7
8
8
1
16
6
8
1
5
1
2
2
4
3
4
2
7
2
12
50
40
18
16
33
14
55
13
6
4
3
6
38
9
3
9
7
4
12
27
70
40
25
26
50
9
4
7
7
11
48
3
7
7
4
12
177
92
157
57
80
6
44
67
25
15
72
50
11
166
41
37
16
17
16
19
258
86
97
262
185
10
45
130
95
24
52
64
10
482
179
52
138
232
196
12
38
42
178
26
30
5
18
42
35
4
55
25
31
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Chilliwack:
R. McCaffrey	
Miss S. Tait 	
18
J. McKee	
Cranbrook:
W. O. Green 	
11
G. H. MacNaughton..
A
Duncan:
Drs. Swan and Watson
Drs. Swan and Watson
5
W. Truax	
J. M. Burnett --	
W. M. G. Wilson
W. M. G. Wilson
D. J. Barclay 	
W. J. Knox     .
Kamloops:
Lloyd George 	
Stuart Wood	
Miss O. M. Garrood ,
Miss O. M. Garrood .
1
1
10
Miss 0. M. Johnson..
167
Ladysmith	
Merritt 	
D. P. Hanington	
G. H. Tutill	
6
Nanaimo:
Middle Ward 	
Miss V. Porter...	
Miss V. Porter	
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1
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South Ward	
11. MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.                                    I 21
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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Condition of
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heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Cardiac,  2;   pulmonary,   1 ;    15  per
cent,    under   average   weight,    4.
Physical status:    Good,   156;   fair,
35 ;   poor, 1
Cardiac,  2;    pulmonary,   1 ;    15  per
cent,    under   average   weight,    5.
Physical status:   Good, 175 ;   fair,
18 ;   poor,  1
15  per cent,  under average weight,
5.    Physical   status:     Good,   242;
fair, 42
Cardiac, 1;   posture, 5 	
1
1
1
2
9
1
Measles,   1;    chicken - pox,   3 ;
whooping-cough, 4
Chicken-pox, 4   ,    	
SCHOOLS.
Overweight,   1 ;    orthopaedic  defects,
5 ;   cardiac, 1
2
2
7
10
3
9
2
2
3
Scarlet fever, chicken - pox ;
measles; whooping-cough
Chicken - pox,    2 ;     whooping-
cough, 20;  measles, 2; pinkeye, 7
Chicken-pox, 37 ;   scarlet fever,
5
Diphtheria ;   scarlet fever	
Well    heated;    well
lighted;    filled  to
near capacity
O.K	
Clean; adequate.
O.K.
Good.
O.K.
Good.
Speech-defect, 10 ;  diabetes, 1;  pneumonia,   5;    T.B.   case,   1;    kidney
condition,   2 ;    enuresis,   4;    Vincent's angina, 1 ; appendix, 1; nervous, 12 ;   erythema nadosum, 1
Overweight,   2;   physical  deformity,
2 ;   acne, 1
Very good 	
Overcrowded;   poor
ventilation
Good.. 	
1 ;   fractured arm,  1
Nervous, 2 ;   pulmonary, 1 ;   cardiac,
2 ;    skin,   28;    anaemia,   12;    blepharitis,   6;    asthma,   1;    speech,
4 ;   cleft palate, 1
Defective posture, 56 ;  pronated feet,
29 ;   nervous,  3;   cardiac,  1;   pulmonary, 1
Defective posture, 6;   pronated feet,
2
Scarlet fever ; influenza	
Chicken-pox, 25 ;   pneumonia, 2
Good 	
6
1
1
1
6
9
2
2
Lighting poor in
most rooms
Fairly clean ;
adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Yes.
Clean; adequate.
Fairly clean ;
adequate.
Good.
Yes.
Yes.
Good.
Whooping-cough 	
O.K 	
Good ;   not too
crowded; well
ventilated and
heated; clean
Building in good
condition
Good __	
Ventilation poor;
lighting bad
Ventilation poor;
lighting bad
Good 	
Pneumonia,  2 ;    nerves,   5;   cardiac,
6;    cripple,    1;     St.    Vitus's,    2;
epileptic, 1
1
4
Chicken-pox 	
Defective   posture,    28;     heart,    1;
chorea, 1 ;   fits, 1
Defective posture, 32;   heart, 3	
Cardiac, 2 ;   nervous, 1; cleft palate,
1
Cardiac, 7 ;   nervousness, 27 ; chorea,
3 ;     asthma,    1 ;     hay    fever,    3 ;
petit mal, 2 ; anaemia, 18 ; eczema,
7 ;    catarrh,  8;   tumor of eye,   1 ;
diabetes, 2 ; hernia, 1 ; blepharitis,
4;   acne,   2;   defective   speech,   4;
defective posture, 19 ;   orthopaedic,
2 ;   hypothyroid,  5
3
3
1
Chicken-pox, 13 ; mumps, 3
Chicken-pox, 14 	
2
10
2
30
3
1
2
Measles,   3 ;    chicken-pox,   58 ;
whooping - cough,    44 ;      influenza ;   sore throat
Varicella;     pertussis;     scarlet
fever
Typhoid, 3  	
Scarlet fever,   1;    chicken-pox,
19;      measles,      1 ;      septic
throat,   3;    thrush,   1
Erysipelas, 1 ; whooping-cough,
5 ; chicken-pox, 42
Chicken-pox, 20 ; scarlet fever,
1;   whooping-cough,  6
Fairly good.
Yes.
Clean but
inadequate.
Very old and
inadequate.
Clean but
inadequate.
Cardiac,    5 ;     nervous,    3 ;     chronic
asthma, 1;   chronic bronchitis, 2
Bronchitis, 2 ;   epilepsy, 2 ;   athlete's
foot, 1.    (Malnutrition here means
underweight.)
Chorea,   1 ;    cardiac,   1 ;    bronchitis,
1;   fractured arm,   1.     (Malnutri-
trition here means underweight.)
Bronchitis,  3 ;   cardiac,  2;   epilepsy,
1 ; fractured leg, 1.    (Malnutrition
here means underweight.)
Satisfactory 	
Ventilation and
lighting poor
Ventilation and
lighting poor
Ventilation and
lighting poor
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2
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253
452
360
413
153
340
164
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135
320
196
238
457
134
66
80
682
455
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436
232
425
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275
355
210
434
337
387
142
322
158
512
61
138
129
320
194
232
417
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685
437
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169
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163
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392
660
369
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90
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Miss N. Dunn	
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree.
Miss F. A. Barbaree
Miss F. A. Barbaree
11
New Westminster:
F. W. Howey	
D. A. Clarke
fi
D. A. Clarke
6
D. A. Clarke
5
D. A. Clarke
1
38      2
D. A. Clarke 	
45
24
134
43
?
8
D. A. Clarke
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Port Alberni:
Public	
C. T. Hilton	
150
C. T. Hilton
?»
Port Coquitlam:
L. S. Chipperfield
L. S. Chipperfield
C. Ewert	
R
James Park	
1
----- I    1
Prince George:
1
1
2[    5
Revelstoke:
Central	
1
1
......      _
Selkirk 	
Mrs. Little 	
—-
"35
39
9
188
34
6
1
36
13
45
5
8
1
Rossland:
McLean  	
E. E. Topliff	
Salmon Arm 	
S. E. & A. Beech
A. Francis...  	
N. D. C. McKinnon...
N. D. C. McKinnon...
N. D. C. McKinnon...
N. D. C. McKinnon...
A. M. Menzies. 	
A. M. Menzies	
J. Kitching 	
A. M. Menzies	
A. M. Menzies	
G. A. Lamont 	
R. A. Walton	
G. A. Lamont	
4
Slocan City.    	
7
Trail-Tadanae:
Annable —
5
75
28
7
7
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East Trail 	
1'
Tadanac	
f>
Vancouver:
Aberdeen 	
Miss H. Dobson	
Miss H. Tipping
Miss N. Cunningham
Miss M. Boyd-	
Miss D. Leitch	
1
Alexandra 	
Bay view.. 	
Beaconsfield	
Begbie.	
3
20
1
4
Brock    _.
3
4
Carlpton
13
Edith Cavell and
Miss J. Annand	
1
Annex MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 23
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.
Chorea,   2 ;    asthma,   2;    fractured
foot,  1 ;   fractured nose,  1;   fractured    thumb,     1.      (Malnutrition
here  means  underweight.)
Cardiac,   21;    orthopaedic,   4;    posture,   3 ;    thyroid,   1;    pulmonary,
4 ;   nervous, 1
Cardiac,  13 ; pulmonary, 5 ; nervous,
4 ;   orthopedic, 2 ;   posture, 4 ;   eczema,  1 ;   overweight, 1
3
1
6
3
6
5
3
Rheumatic   fever,    3;     scarlet
fever,   1;    chicken-pox,   23;
whooping-cough, 1
Scarlet fever,  6;   chicken-pox,
1
Chicken-pox, 1 	
Whooping-cough,   3 ;    chicken-
pox, 3
Scarlet fever, 1;   chicken-pox,
2; mumps, 2
Measles,    1;     chicken-pox,    4;
whooping-cough, 5
Ventilation and
lighting poor
Good 	
Good	
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Adequate; clean.
paedic,   7;    anaemia,   3
Cardiac,   4;    pulmonary,   2;    orthopaedic, 5 ;   anaemia, 2 ;   hernia, 2
|	
,
Good 	
Good—	
O.K.
3l      4
1
71
O.K.
paedic, 3 ;   anaemia, 8;   nervous
Cardiac,   1 ;    pulmonary,   1 ;    orthopaedic, 3
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Poor, being replaced
Good —-
Whooping-cough,   8;    chicken-
pox, 1;   scarlet fever, 1
O.K.
paedic,  9;   anaamia, 1
4
1       1
i\
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5,    fi,    7
1       1
Good      	
O.K.
paedic,   1;    anaemia,  3
Overweight,   26;    cardiac,   5;    orthopaedic,   3;    epileptic,   1 ;    pulmonary, 2 ;   skin, 2 ;   otitis media,  2 ;
pleurisy, 3
Colds and influenza, 20 ;   scarlet fever, 5
Colds and influenza, 20 ;   scarlet  fever,   1
Whooping-cough; chicken-pox;
scarlet fever
Whooping-cough; chicken-pox;
scarlet fever
Chicken-pox;   whooping-cough
fA few chicken-pox;   scar-1
-{      let fever, 1;   whooping- >
L     cough, 3                                J
Adequate 	
Adequate— 	
Good  -r
Good. -
Good	
Good
Yes.
Yes.
orthopaedic,  2;   pulmonary,  1
Cardiac, 1    — —
	
1
—
Yes.
Yes.
Cardiac,  1 ;   orthopaedic,  1;   hernia,
1;   blepharitis, 5
......
Clean; adequate.
Good.
Good
Yes.
__
8
23
43
2
4
1
5
2
2
9
Good 	
2
1
1
2
7
27
1
3
6
2
Chicken-pox, 5 ; scarlet fever, 1
O.K _	
O.K.
ciency,  3
2;   pulmonary,  1 ;   pyorrhoea,  1
Cleft palate, 2 ; cardiac, 7; posture,
6 ;    torticollis,   1 ;    orthopaedic,   1;
speech impediment, 1
Chicken-pox, 35; scarlet fever, 4
Good  	
Good -	
Not sufficiently
clean.
Good.
murmur, 1
Chicken - pox,   14 ;    whooping-
cough, 8;   scarlet fever, 1
Mumps,   2 ;    chicken-pox,   22 ;
whooping-cough,  12 ;   scarlet
fever, 4
Chicken - pox,   43 ;    whooping-
cough, 20 ;   scarlet fever, 4
Whooping-cough, 6;   rubella, 1
Chicken - pox,   94 ;    whooping-
cough,  11; scarlet fever, 1
Mumps,   1;    chicken-pox,   26;
whooping-cough,  2 ;   rubella,
1 ;   scarlet fever, 4
Chicken - pox,   20 ;    whooping-
cough, 12 ;   scarlet fever, 5
Chicken-pox, 2 ;   scarlet fever,
2 ;    mumps,   1 ;    whooping-
cough. 26
cal status:   Good, 143;   fair, 26
cent,    underweight,    12.    Physical
status: Good, 321; fair, 155 ; poor,
9
1
1
21    2
status : Good, 320 ; fair, 21 ; poor, 2
1
21
6
7
weight, 2.    Physical status :   Good,
116 ;   fair, 44 ;   poor, 3
6
4
4
1
3
3
11
4
cent,     underweight,     2.    Physical
statics : Good, 378 ; fair, 58 ; poor, 3
weight, 6.    Physical status: Good,
296 ;   fair, 92 ;   poor, 4
cent,    underweight,    18.    Physical
status: Good, 562 ; fair, 97 ; poor, 1
status : Good, 338 ; fair, 30 ; poor, 1 I 24
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Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Central	
Dawson-
Charles Dickens..
Douglas	
Fleming 	
Franklin-
Simon Fraser and
Annex
General Gordon-
Hastings	
Henry Hudson..
Kerrisdale..
Lord Kitchener..
Langara	
Livingstone-
David Lloyd George-
Maple Grove..
Moberly and Annex..
Model	
Mount Pleasant..
McBride..
Macdonald-
Mackenzie..
Lord Nelson	
Florence Nightingale.
Norquay and Annex..
G. A. Lamont.	
A. M. Menzies	
R. A. Walton 	
R. A. Walton	
R. A. Walton	
A. M. Menzies	
J. Kitching 	
J. Kitching	
K. Brandon ; R. A
Walton
J. Kitching-	
A. R. Boyd	
A. R. Boyd 	
A. R. Boyd -	
R. A. Walton	
A. R. Boyd.	
A. R. Boyd 	
R. A. Walton	
J. Kitching	
J. Kitching-	
R. A. Walton	
A. M. Menzies	
G. A. Lamont	
A. M. Menzies	
J. Kitching	
R. A. Walton	
Miss J. Annand	
Miss H. Dobson	
Miss J. Stewart-	
Miss J. Wilson	
Miss W. Neen	
Miss N. Dobbin	
Miss D. Shields;
Miss G. Bowker
Miss G. Uneacki;
Mrs. M. Schultz
Miss M. Dobbin	
Mrs. M. Schultz	
Miss N. Grimmett	
Miss D. Tate	
Miss D. Tate	
Mrs. A. Ingley; Miss
J. Stewart
Miss A. Bruhn	
Miss E. Graham	
Miss J. Wilson....	
Miss G. Uneacki ;
Miss D. Shields
Miss I. Chodat	
Miss E. Bell. 	
Miss J. Dorgan —
Miss L. Makepeace-
Miss D. Leitch	
Miss I. Chodat	
Miss G. White	
266
757
484
177
308
261
659
582
510
591
626
420
442
524
575
395
499
477
487
457
578
663
517
543
301
645
450
132
332
301
663
494
580
542
551
614
1446
397
471
529
360
| 427
459
469
363
548
678
514
539
13
106
61
18
24
22
14
27
44
48]       3
26
24
36
10
4
2
3
5
2
1
3
5
101.
6
5
82
132
30
50
89
99
97
156
106
72
80
75
58
194
175
265
83
196
197
636
230
271
163
228
229
5
10
10
21
47
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195
203
240
181
295
1391  251
224
504!    61
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20
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I 25
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
■Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1. Physical
status : Good, 219 ; fair, 75 ; poor, 7
-Cardiac, 8; 15 per cent, underweight, 8. Physical status : Good,
560 ;   fair, 83 ;   poor, 2
'Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1; 15 per
cent, underweight, 17. Physical
status:   Good, 407;   fair, 43
Cardiac, 2. Physical status: Good,
111;   fair, 20 ;   poor, 1
Cardiac, 2; 15 per cent, underweight, 3. Physical status: Good,
285 ; fair,  44 ;   poor,  3
'Cardiac, 1; pulmonary, 1. Physical
status: Good, 260 ; fair, 38 ; poor, 3
Cardiac, 12; pulmonary, 4; 15 per
cent, underweight, 8. Physical status :   Good, 568;   fair, 93;   poor, 2
Cardiac, 4; pulmonary, 4; 15 per
cent, underweight, 13. Physical
status: Good, 444 ; fair, 48 ; poor, 2
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 6; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 5.
Physical status: Good, 524 ; fair,
54 ;   poor,  2
■Cardiac, 3; pulmonary, 7; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 8.
Physical status: Good, 487; fair,
53 ;   poor, 2
^Cardiac, 3 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 5. Physical status:
Good, 482 ;   fair, 61 ;   poor, 8
.Pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per cent, under
average weight, 2. Physical status :   Good, 565 ;   fair, 46 ;   poor, 3
^Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 2; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 2.
Physical status: Good, 408 ; fair,
37 ;   poor,  1
Pulmonary, 2; 15 per cent, under
average weight, 6. Physical status:   Good, 366;  fair, 31.
'Cardiac, 3; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 10.
Physical status: Good, 436; fair,
31 ; poor, 4
Pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per cent, under
average weight, 6. Physical status:
Good, 494 ;  fair, 29 ;  poor, 6
15 per cent, under average weight,
3. Physical status: Good, 300;
fair, 60
'Cardiac, 13; pulmonary, 6; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 6.
Physical status : Good, 380 ; fair,
45 ; poor, 2
^Cardiac, 6; pulmonary, 5; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 12.
Physical status: Good, 381 ; fair,
69 ; poor, 9
'Cardiac, 3 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 6. Physical status:
Good, 415 ; fair, 52 ; poor, 2
'Cardiac,   4;   pulmonary,   3;   15   per
cent,    under    average   weight,    7.
Physical status:    Good,  237; fair,
121 ; poor, 5
Cardiac,  3  _   ___
'Cardiac, 8; pulmonary, 9; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 8.
Physical status: Good, 512 ; fair,
161; poor, 1
'Cardiac, 5; pulmonary, 3 ; 15 per
cent under average weight, 7.
Physical status: Good, 404; fair,
97 ; poor, 13
'Cardiac, 3; 15 per cent, under average weight, 5. Physical status :
Good, 504 ; fair, 35
10     6
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Chicken-pox, 3 ;  scarlet fever, 1
Mumps,   1;    chicken - pox,   2 ;
whooping-cough, 5
Whooping-cough,    10;     scarlet
fever, 10
Whooping-cough, 1	
4
3     1
Chicken - pox, 13 ; whooping-
cough, 6;   scarlet fever, 1
Chicken - pox, 30 ; whooping-
cough, 6
Measles, 1 ; whooping-cough,
26;   scarlet fever, 1
Measles, 2 ; chicken-pox, 52 ;
whooping-cough, 18 ; scarlet
fever, 9
Chicken - pox, 7 ; whooping-
cough, 35 ; scarlet fever, 8 ;
mumps, 1; diphtheria carrier,
1
Mumps, 5; chicken-pox, 0 ;
rubella, 1 ;   scarlet fever, 7
Measles,   2 ;    chicken-pox,   39 ;
whooping-cough,   8;    scarlet
fever, 1
Mumps,   1;    chicken - pox,   7 ;
whooping-cough, 10 ;   scarlet
fever, 2
Chicken-pox, 39 ; scarlet fever,
1
Chicken - pox,    2 ;     whooping-
cough, 11;   scarlet fever, 9
Whooping-cough,   38;   rubella,
2 ; scarlet fever, 4
Mumps,     2 ;     chicken-pox,     4 ;
whooping-cough, 40 ; rubella,
1
Whooping-cough,    13;    scarlet
fever, 1
Mumps, 1; chicken-pox, 4;
whooping-cough, 12; scarlet
fever, 1
Mumps, 12 ; chicken-pox, 14 ;
whooping-cough, 7; rubella,
1
Chicken-pox, 25 ; whooping-
cough, 7 ; scarlet fever, 4
Whooping-cough, 11 ; rubella,
1; scarlet fever, 2
Measles, 1 ; chicken-pox, 11;
whooping-cough, 13; scarlet
fever, 4
Whooping-cough, 23 ; chicken-
pox, 21
Chicken-pox,     20;     whooping-
cough, 15 ; scarlet fever,  2
Chicken-pox,    7;    whooping-
cough, 17; scarlet fever, 14 I 26
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School Nurse.
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A. R. Boyd	
264
575
260
271
500
739
568
699
301
577
1372
631
616
310
349
384
192
267
332
761
95
63
175
357
28
248
315
394
230
1
223
537
236
280
409
707
440
639
229
537
1347
530
618
385
518
335
199
231
320
760
46
54
158
213
28
143
157
259
143
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51
12
20
61
31
26
17
5
40
67
11
66
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9
2
3
9
40
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2
4
2
5
2
3
1
1
3
3
5
8
2
7
8
4
12
1
3
3
5
5
3
7
4
2
3
1
3
9
10
1
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24
116
25
57
100
111
81
148
102
94
179
75
92
66
18
101
12
17
13
77
4
4
4
14
1
7
3
11
6
52
218
99
186
176
390
194
261
77
365
794
256
245
139
186
215
68
96
115
61
4
3
14
27
1
17
16
13
4
12
1
2
17
67
1
34
36
2
15
2
35
1
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8
1
1
5
1
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7
3
14
4
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Miss N. Cunningham
R
A. R. Boyd	
R. A. Walton	
Miss G. White	
9-
3
28
3
Lord Selkirk	
G. A. Lamont 	
G. A. Lamont 	
A. M. Menzies	
Miss D. Olmstead
5-
4
8
4
2
2
5
1
1
4
3
10
2
16
11
4
16
Miss D. Bullock	
31
Tecumseh 	
R. A. Walton- 	
J. Kitching	
G. A. Lamont 	
G. A. Lamont	
A. M. Menzies	
W. G. Saunders	
W. G. Saunders	
W. G. Saunders
Miss J. Wilson	
Miss G. Cowan	
Miss Makepeace .
Miss G. Stoddart
Miss G. Tipping
Miss Lowther	
Miss Lowther	
7
5-
3
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2
9
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2
3
13
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Vancouver, North:
Lonsdale. 	
Queen Mary Elementary
ff
2
4
Vernon- 	
45T
Victoria:
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 I. E. Adams	
Miss I. E. Adams
Miss E. J. Herbert -
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss M. Ferguson
Miss M. Ferguson
Beacon Hill	
Burnside
George Jay 	
Kingston Street	
1
13
6
5
3
1
2
1
6
7
5
North Ward	
Oaklands-	
Quadra	
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 27
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Cardiac, 1; 15 per cent, under average weight, 11. Physical status :
Good, 203 ; fair, 18 ; poor, 2
Cardiac, 3 ; pulmonary, 3; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 11.
Physical status : Good, 502 ; fair,
30 ; poor, 5
15  per cent,  under  average weight,
4. Physical   status:    Good,   214;
fair, 21 ; poor, 1
Cardiac, 2; 15 per cent, under average weight, 2. Physical status :
Good, 263 ; fair, 17
Cardiac, 6; pulmonary, 5 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 9.
Physical status : Good, 357 ; fair,
49 ; poor, 3
Cardiac, 4; pulmonary, 11; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 37.
Physical status: Good, 595; fair,
107 ; poor, 5
Cardiac, 4; 15 per cent under average weight, 5. Physical status :
Good, 387 ; fair, 38 ; poor, 15
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 2.
Physical status: Good, 451; fair,
178 ;   poor,  10
Cardiac, 1. Physical status: Good,
181 ;   fair, 43 ;   poor, 5
Cardiac, 4 ; pulmonary, 8; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 6.
Physical status: Good, 331 ; fair,
196 ;   poor, 10
Cardiac, 24; pulmonary, 9; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 10.
Physical status : Good, 1,133 ; fair,
206 ;   poor,  8.
Cardiac, 10; 15 per cent, under
average weight, 7. Physical status :   Good, 449 ;   fair, 78;   poor, 3
Cardiac, 7; pulmonary, 7; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 7.
Physical status: Good, 733; fair,
78 ;   poor, 7
Cardiac, 1. Physical status: Good,
335 ;   fair,  42;   poor, 8
15  per cent, under average weight,
5. Physical    status:     Good,    410 ;
fair, 99 ;   poor, 9
Cardiac, 3; pulmonary, 3; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 6.
Physical status: Good, 264; fair,
69 ;   poor, 2
Pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per cent, under
average weight, 2. Physical status:   Good, 175;   fair, 23;   poor, 1
Cardiac, 1 ; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 3.
Physical status: Good, 191; fair,
39 ;   poor,  1
Cardiac, 2 ; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 5.
Physical status: Good, 289; fair,
28;   poor, 3
Squint, 2 ; nervous, 1; kidney condition, 1 ; eczema, 2 ; ptosis, 1;
cleft palate, 1
Cardiac, 1;   hernia, 1;   posture, 2—.
Nervous, 2 ;   cardiac, 2;   orthopaedic,
2 ;   scoliosis, 1
Cardiac,  3;   alopecia, l._
Eczema, 1   :  	
Potts fracture,  1;   eczema,  1;   posture, 1
Asthma, 3 ;   orthopaedic, 1 	
Chieken-pox,
cough, 3 ;
Measles, 1 ;
whoop ing-
fever, 1
Measles, 1;
7; scarlet
Chicken-pox,
cough, 5 ;
Chicken-pox,
cough,  3 ;
24;     whooping-
scarlet fever, 2
chicken-pox,     3;
cough,    9 ;   scarlet
whooping-cough,
fever,  6
4 ;   whooping-
scarlet fever,  1
3 ;   whooping-
scarlet fever,  2
Mumps,    66;   chicken-pox,    6
whooping-cough, 36
Chicken-pox,   2;   whooping-
cough, 10 ; scarlet fever, 2
Chicken - pox,   9 ;     whooping-
cough, 2 ;   scarlet fever, 2
61    4
Chicken - pox,     2 ;    whooping-
cough, 9
Whooping-cough,   12;    scarlet
fever,   1
Chicken - pox, S ; whooping-
cough, 2 ;   scarlet fever, 2
Mumps, 1; chicken-pox, 22 ;
whooping-cough, 3; scarlet
fever, 3
Chicken - pox, 1; whooping-
cough, 2 ;   scarlet fever, 1
Chicken - pox, 5 ; whooping-
cough, 3 ;   scarlet fever, 12
Mumps, 1; chicken-pox, 25 ;
whooping-cough, 7; scarlet
fever,   1
Whooping-cough, 1	
Whooping - cough,   1;
fever,   1
scarlet
Chicken - pox,     2 ;     whooping-
cough, 2 ;   scarlet fever, 1
Chicken-pox, 18 ;   influenza, 4 :
measles, 1
Chicken-pox, 44-
Scarlet fever, 2~.
Chicken-pox, 5__
Chicken-pox, 8-...
Scarlet fever,  1;   chicken-pox,
16
Chicken-pox, 4
Whooping-cough, 7..
Clean; adequate.
I I 28
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....
126
423
317
100
272
90
125
181
69
158
2
2
3
1
l
5
7
2
6
5
2
4
1
2
4
3
2
6
10
6
3
5
6
11
fi
5
3
7
1
Sir James Douglas....
South Park	
Miss E. J. Herbert.-.
Miss I. E. Adams
Miss I. E. Adams	
Miss I. E. Adams
1
71	
5|     15
2     10
1
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3
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Burnaby:
39
18
295
213
492
755
28
169
556
289
391
71
12
70
12
96
129
51
253
104
15
25
71
25
39
17
276
213
492
748
31
157
531
296
374
55
11
	
10
1
10
50
25
26
7
14
63
83
53
12
1
28
5
23
3
?.
6
31
R. H. Fraser	
R. H. Fraser...	
R. H. Fraser.....	
1
3
14
114
142
214
Capitol Hill	
1
7
12
1
3
7
12
2
1
4
17
35
13
2 _  .,
Douglas Road	
Miss Thorneloe 	
1
181-	
1
41	
2_
1
2|	
1         1         1
91 1    491 235
2
1
1
2
1
1
3
4
Wm. Sager  	
R. H. Fraser	
2
4	
1
8|    36
1
18     88
43   331
42
8
48
5
1
1
1
1    50
1
1
 I     16
214
232
R. H. Fraser	
Wm. Sager 	
!   !
i   i
7     40
1
ll    10
1
81    51
R. H. Fraser	
71
3
1
2
2
3
5
1
1|	
Seaforth.	
10
1
1
1 	
1
1
2!    23
241    99
Wm. Sager..  ..
96
120
59
236
1
2 	
........
■>
1
1
1
Ifil    37
 1	
31
1
191     19
5
20
R. H. Fraser 	
A. R. Wilson 	
Miss Shand 	
1
1
12
8
1
6
4
1
101  125
1
1
201     72
Chilliwack:
102
15
25
70
25
1
2
9
7
fi
A. R. Wilson      .   -
1         1         1
6|      61      9|    10
1        !        1
3|      31      61    26
1         1         1
10     10!    17     40
A. R. Wilson	
A, R. Wilson 	
3
4
1
3
Elk View	
A. R. Wilson 	
11
1        1
111    181    26
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 29
SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Acute Fevers which have
occurred during the
Past Year.
Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
ventilated, poorly
heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
1
 .1   12
1
1
1
Whooping-cough, 11 ;   chicken-
pox, 11
2
2
2
14
(elbow), 1
2
1
Chicken - pox,    4 ;     whooping-
cough, 1
Orthopaedic,  1 ;   posture,  1 	
i
SCHOOLS.
Cardiac,    2;     15    per    cent,    under
average weight, 2.  Physical status :
Good, 32 ;  Fair, 7
Physical status:   Good, 13;   fair, 4.
Cardiac,  2;   pulmonary,  2 ;    15  per
cent,   under   average   weight,    9.
Physical status:   Good, 233;   fair,
43 ;   orthopaedic, 2
Cardiac, 13;   pulmonary, 3 ;   15 per
cent,    under   average   weight,    7.
Physical status :   Good, 167 ;   fair,
46 ;   orthopaedic, 3
Cardiac,  2.    Physical status:    Good,
432 ;   fair, 60 ;   orthopaedic, 1
Cardiac,    1 ;     15    per    cent,    under
average weight,
tus :   Good, 659 ;
Orthopaedic,     2 ;
Good, 29 ;   fair,
Cardiac,    1;      15
47.    Physical sta-
fair, 80 ;   poor, 9
physical    status;
2
per cent, under
average weight, 21. Physical status:   Good, 119;   fair, 35;   poor, 3
Cardiac, 5 ; pulmonary, 1 ; 15 per
cent under average weight, 33.
Physical status : Good, 358 ; fair,
169; poor, 4 ; orthopaedic, 2
Cardiac, 9 ; pulmonary, 4 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 21.
Physical status: Good, 197; fair,
99 ; orthopaedic, 5
Cardiac, 9 ; pulmonary, 15 ; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 34.
Physical status: Good, 252 ; fair,
117; poor, 5 ; orthopaedic, 2
Cardiac, 1 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 13. Physical status:
Good,  37 ; fair,  18
Orthopaedic, 1.      Physical   status:
Good,  10 ; fair,  1
Cardiac, 5 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 3. Physical status:
Good, 53 ; fair, 18 ; orthopaedic, 1
Cardiac, 1. Physical status: Good,
10
Cardiac, 2; pulmonary, 2; 15 per
cent, under average weight, 6.
Physical status: Good, 71 ; fair,
25
Cardiac, 1; 15 per cent, under average weight, 10. Physical status:
Good, 103 ;   fair, 17 ;   orthopaedic, 1
Physical status:   Good, 48; fair, 11
Cardiac, 3 ; 15 per cent, under average weight, 5. Physical status:
Good, 195 ;   fair, 41 ;   orthopaedic, 1
J    1
Whooping-cough, 13-
Scarlet fever, 2 „
Chicken-pox, 15-
16
21..
1!-
Chicken - pox, 4 ; whooping-
cough, 11;   scarlet fever, 2
Chicken - pox, 36 ; whooping-
cough, 25 ;   scarlet fever, 4
Whooping-cough, 3__
Chicken-pox, 2	
Measles, 1 ; chicken-pox, 16 ;
whooping-cough, 2
Scarlet fever, 1-
Chicken-pox, 22 ; whooping-
cough, 10
Chicken-pox, 4; whooping-
cough, 3
Whooping-cough, 2..
Whooping-cough, 1..
Chicken-pox, 3 	
Measles, 5 ; conjunctivitus, 7~
Conjunctivitus, 4	
Diphtheria, l._
Central stove; poor
light
Central stove;
crowded
Central stove; poor
light
Central stove
light
Central stove; lamps
poor
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
Satisfactory.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No. I 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA
RURAL
MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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A. R. Wilson
541    53
7
1
10
10
1
30
2
10
20
2
4
1
1
1
1
10
6
1
22
29
1
87
3
36
98
10
6
1
22
29
1
87
3
36
98
11
10
1
28
40
2
98
5
42
99
1
7
29
14
7
3
1
75
10
11
3
4
4
4
5
39
41
16
2
.
1
39
1
90
81
9!
51
31
21
5
106
76
7
146
7
140
153
2
4
4
2
28
96
l
~15
11
3
A. R. Wilson	
■   301    30
A. R. Wilson 	
8
115
153
10
280
21
169
241
52
33
224
98
83
47
12
256
33
37
31
14
8
112
152
10
276
21
167
239
50
31
216
92
81
45
7
241
33
33
28
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4
3
1
1
1
2
1
A. R. Wilson      	
10
12
1
15
2
4
21
9
6
1
4
1
29
1
5
1
2
1
3
5
2
3
1
2
20
3
5
2
4
13
35
•
2
35
1
4
1
2
1
2
2
11
A. R. Wilson	
A. R. Wilson
9
91
7
12
2
23
5
1
....
1
9
3
1
1
Coldstream:
3
2
2
3
14
15
3
2
90
8
23
8
7
2
1
75
10
11
3
3
2
3
15
15
3
2
1
14
1
90
8
9
51
Coquitlam :
16
10
4
2
66
9
13
2
4
3
3
2
7
9
12
68
38
10
31
31
57
4
9
1
3
3
Glen       _	
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...	
Victoria Drive —
Cowichan, North:
Chemainus, Superior...
Crofton 	
Miss A. Beattie	
Miss A. Beattie	
Miss A. Beattie	
Delta:
Annieville 	
Boundary Bay_	
1
291    28
24!    20
281    22
148!  136
1
1
1651   1K1
1
2
Delta, East 	
Kennedy- 	
Ladner  _.
Su nbu ry 	
Trenant	
Westham Island.  ,
Esquimalt:
Esquimalt Elementary
Kent:
Agassiz ...  _	
Harrison Mills  ....
Langley:
Aldergrove .„	
Belmont	
5
3
6
1
.......|
-    1
1
1
6
3
1
62
9(\
62
iq
A. A. King 	
J. S. McCallum
171    15
1         1
362|  362
1
1
1
1911   178
181    16
I
811    741
451    421
1         1
P. McCaffrey 	
P. McCaffrey	
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 31
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
Scarlet fever, 7 ; chicken-pox, 5
Central stove;
crowded
No.
No.
No.
Yes.
Adequate; not
clean.
No.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Clean ; not
adequate.
Two ; clean ;
adequate.
Two ; clean ;
adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
13
2
~~6
1
light
Central stove; lamps
Furnace adequate ;
poor light
Furnace fair; poor
light
Central stove;
lamps
Central stove;
light fair
Central stove ;
lamps
Central stove;
crowded
Central stove;
crowded; poor
light
Frame; not
crowded ; ventilation good
Frame; not
crowded ; ventilation good
Fairly well heated
and ventilated
Well heated and
ventilated;   no
overcrowding
Fairly well heated
and ventilated
Pneumonia, 1 ; scarlet fever,
1 ; chicken-pox, 8
Trench-mouth, 2 ; conjunctivi-
tus, 4 ; chicken-pox, 52
Chorea, 2             	
3
9
3
Erysipelas,  1; chicken-pox,  1;
whooping-cough, 1
14
48
3
3
Whooping-cough,   2;    conjunctivitis, 15 ;   chicken-pox, 47
Trench-mouth, 1;   conjunctivitis, 9
Nasal    discharge,    4;     asthma,    1;
eczema, 1; heart-murmur, 3 ; strabismus,    1;     cervical   glands,    1 ;
ichthysis, 1
Speech-defect, 2 ;   pigeon-chested, 2 ;
flat   chested,   1 ;    loss   of   eye,   1 ;
orthopaedic,    1;    atrophy   of   left
testicle,   1;   infected toe,   1
Eczema, 1;   strabismus, 1 ;   no gain,
1; speech-defect,  2 ; granular lids,
3 ;   hemiphegia, 1;   conjunctivitis,
1 ;   pigeon-chested, 1;   boils, 1
Pigeon-chested,    1 ;     strabismus,    1 ;
tuberculosis of bowel, 1
Cervical glands, 1; fractured arm, 1
Nervous, 2 ;   cardiac, 11 ;   posture, 4
Defective posture,   1 ;   cardiac,  3
Cardiac, 1  	
1
2
1
1
1
1
Fairly well heated
and ventilated;
no overcrowding
Clean; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean but
inadequate.
Clean but
inadequate.
No water;
earth-closets,
clean.
Earth-closets ;
poor.
Adequate.
Adequate.
Good.
Earth-closets ;
clean.
Good.
Adequate; good.
Adequate.
Adequate.
Twenty-two;
adequate;
clean.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Good.
Whooping-cough,  19 ;   chicken-
pox, 1
Chicken-pox, 3..        	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Chicken-pox, 2  	
Good 	
Good 	
Good   	
Good ; water-supply,
well and pumps ;
pure
Good	
Good	
Good 	
Fair	
Not crowded ;  well
heated ; ventilation fair
Good   ,.,. 	
Good 	
Good	
Good 	
Whooping-cough, 7 	
Whooping-cough, 22 ;   chicken-
pox, 6
Chicken-pox, 3 ;   scarlet fever,
1 ;   whooping-cough, 3
1
1
5
12
4
Whooping-cough,   5 ;    chicken-
pox, 2 ;   pneumonia, 1
1       1 I 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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132
126
46
172
29
110
157
102
27
33
28
69
41
156
227
321
33
43
136
133
81
83
25
225
34
74
122
40
63
26
69
274
36
14
18
12
9
353
291
80
691
191
398
39
21
28
114
124
41
166
27
106
152
98
20
31
23
58
41
147
236
306
32
43
123
121
80
82
25
226
34
73
123
40
63
26
69
269
36
14
18
12
9
328
288
75
595
216
381
35
22
26
1
1
2
3
2
3
2
5
3
2
4
9
28
7
1
6
7
23
36
7
37
8
19
25
12
10
3
9
39
6
12
6
21
2
12
151
15!
2
4
2
9
3
24
29
97
7
28
25
54
21
24
9
40
9
29
55
15
21
6
12
6
21
2
12
15
15
2
4
2
9
3
24
29
97
7
28
25
54
21
25
9
55
9
28
52
15
12
7
14
69
11
7
6
1
1
23
16
19
58
92
74
12
1
3
6
6
6
2
3
3
13
4
1
T
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 i
South Otter 	
A. McBurney 	
21
n
34
23
2
1
13
15
1
7
1
5
1
1
6
3
4
11
2
1
2
3
1
2
1
1
2
2
	
1
3
73
123
101
8
30
88
75
19
12
2
18
3
19
19
6
21
6
28
46
7
4
4
5
3
3
11
325
17
208
35
29
16
47
73
82
9
17
42
46
14
15
8
31
6
14
38
13
5
3
5
22
2
1
1
1
1
1
13
18
5
1
3
Maple Ridge:
4
3
12
5
4
1
1
8
2
2
l
l
l
l
10
4
1
17
8
21
12
5
2
3
17
2
1
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
fr
14-
Ruskin 	
Miss A. V. Larson.....
I
Whonnock	
Matsqui:
J. A. Taylor	
Miss A. V. Larson
is
J. A. Taylor	
J. A. Taylor	
5
9
J. A. Taylor	
J. A. Taylor _
J. A. Taylor	
K
Mount Lehman Elementary
Miss E. A. Ochs	
Miss E. C. Maguire...
Miss E. C. Maguire...
Miss E. C. Maguire...
6
19-
J. A. Taylor	
J. A. Taylor
35
12
Mission :
Miss M. E. Grierson
T
1
Silverhill
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
6
1
Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss M. E. Grierson.
Miss M. E. Grierson.
1
Stave Falls
Oak Bay:
4
7
4
38
8
6
1
2
63
7
4
4
Penticton:
Ellis School
H. McGregor	
Miss M. A. Twiddy—.
13
3
Richmond:
A. R. Boyd  ...
A. R. Boyd	
3
A. R. Boyd	
Miss V. Williams
A
A. R. Boyd	
1
13 MEDICAL INSPECTION OP SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 33
SCHO 0 LS—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
3
3
3
2
3
Good.
Chicken-pox ; whooping-cough _
Chicken-pox   	
Chicken-pox ; whooping-cough
Good
Good.
Crowded.. __ 	
Good
Good.
Good. ._ _
Good... _	
Good _. ..
Good 	
Good	
Good.
3
Chicken-pox; whooping-cough .
Chicken-pox; whooping-cough .
Good.
Good.
1
6
2
1
	
1
4
Good.
3
3
8
12
3
8
6
3
2
1
2
1
2
5
4
3
4
"~9
2
1
1
Not clean.
Whooping-cough... —	
Good..	
Good	
Good.
Whooping-cough 	
Good	
Good.
Good.. _	
Good.	
Good.
Cardiac, 1;   T.B., 2;   posture, 19
4
3
1
2
2
4
Cardiac, 1;   nervous, 4;   posture, 11
Cardiac, 7;   nervous, 5 ;   bronchitis,
1;   pneumonia, 1 ;   posture, 19
Nervous,  1 ;   posture,  1   .,	
Cardiac, 1;   diabetic, 1 ;   posture, 1.
Cardiac, 1 ;   chronic appendicitis, 2 ;
posture, 3
Whooping-cough,   6;    scarlet
fever, 2
Measles,    2 ;     whooping-cough,
5 ;   rheumatic fever, 2 ;   scarlet fever, 4
Whooping-cough,   2;    measles,
2 ;   scarlet fever, 1
Whooping-cough, 7 —	
Whooping-cough,    12;    scarlet
fever, 1
Whooping-cough, 14 ... 	
Basement room
poorly lighted
New building, good;
old building,fair
Good ..__	
Good .-- __	
Good - - 	
One room in basement; inadequate
Poorly heated and
lighted
Poorly heated and
lighted
Poorly heated and
lighted
Poor lighting and
heating
Poor heating and
lighting
Poor heating and
lighting
Poor heating and
lighting
Poor heating and
lighting
Good
Adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Inadequate;
dirty.
Fair.    Drainage
poor in rainy
weather.
Inadequate ;
flush-toilets to
be installed.
Improvements
needed.
Improvements
Chicken-pox, 2  _ _ ._.
Chicken-pox, 26 ;   scarlet fever,
2 ;   whooping-cough, 2
needed.
Improvements
2
4
3
2
2
1
"1
2
4
needed.
New toilets
needed.
Repairs needed.
Fair.
Improvements
needed.
Leaky valve, 1;   fractured ulna, 2 .__.
Whooping-cough ; scarlet fever
Whooping-cough; scarlet fever
needed.
Yes.
Good  -.__	
Good - 	
Good- 	
Yes.
Yes.
Chicken-pox; whooping-cough,
scarlet fever
Yes.
Good.. _	
Yes.
Whooping-cough  „
Whooping-cough ...       .., 	
Whooping-cough; influenza
Scarlet fever, 2  —
Good  _...	
Good ..____ _	
Good. --_ __„
Good _	
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Nervous, 1 ;   cardiac, 1;   pulmonary,
3 ;   orthopaedic,  2
Nervous, 3 ;   cardiac, 2 ;   pulmonary,
2 ;   orthopaedic,  2
Yes.
Yes.
Satisfactory	
Clean; adequate.
Nervous,   2;    speech,   5;    glandular
deficiency, 1 ;   cardiac, 2 ;   asthma,
1;   orthopaedic,  3 ;   ivy poisoning,
2;   eczema, 4;   conjunctivitis, 11;
appendicitis, 2
2
	
Chicken-pox, 12 ;   German measles, 2 ;   mumps, 1;   whooping-cough, 2
Good-	
Good.
15  per cent, iinder average weight,
6.    Physical   status:     Good,   331;
fair, 48 ;   poor, 2
Physical status :   Good, 27 ;   fair,  6 ;
poor, 2
6
10
12
7
7
1
2
3
3
Mumps,   1 ;    chicken-pox,   28;
whooping-cough, 36 ;   scarlet
fever. 7
15  per cent,  under average weight,
2.    Physical    status:     Good,    23;
fair, 2;   poor, 1
Chicken - pox,     1;    whooping-
cough, 6;   scarlet fever, 1 I 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Richmond—Continued.
A. R. Boyd	
Miss V. Williams
Miss V. Williams
Miss V. Williams .
24
491
146
53
195
257
152
46
40
148
49
55
105
28
84
222
177
37
32
41
23
35
28
70
20
48
74
73
37
210
280
27
93
216
39
22
27
33
36
99
102
82
55
151
112
77
33
66
37
133
27
468
136
18
190
257
145
43
39
142
49
50
99
28
76
206
176
32
31
40
23
35
27
69
20
44
73
72
37
210
277
26
88
207
38
20
27
32
36
89
99
79
53
139
109
71
31
59
34
123
2
16
7
2
6
5
10
4
10
139
33
2
19
29
26
9
7
22
10
5
19
6
17
27
19
6
12
10
15
8
12
18
9
17
25
28
19
56
103
9
30
50
12
2
9
5
14
25
28
18
16
36
28
18
10
15
13
24
20
214
96
15
57
58
47
11
9
55
6
12
14
6
14
65
39
10
12
14
8
11
3
2
5
11
13
3
7
37
115
6
39
33
4
2
4
11
7
18
17
12
7
42
33
12
9
14
3
20
1
21
1
42
52
37
11
12
32
17
29
4
24
45
40
4
1
24
21
18
61
23
9
30
50
12
2
8
5
14
25
23
18
16
35
27
15
10
15
12
24
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A. R. Boyd	
A  R. Boyd..—	
i
6
1
39
Mitchell	
•M
A. R. Boyd	
D. Berman , 	
Saanich:
Cedar Hill 	
Miss R. Orr	
9
7
4
2
3
5
.
3
3
1
3
3
2
3
4
2
1
1
3
3
1
D. Berman.—    .
Miss F. Hilton
3
7
1
3
1
4
9
10
2
9
13
6
2
5
3
15
3
3
2
2
7
9
4
13
3
18
3
5
9
4
2
28
33
McKenzie Avenue
Model
D. Berman	
J. P. Vye     _ _
Miss V. Freeman
Miss R. Orr
2
D. Berman ~ -
Miss V. Freeman
9
1
D. Berman. 	
D. Berman-	
D. Berman 	
D. Berman. 	
Miss F. Hilton
Tillicum	
Miss F. Hilton	
Tolmie- 	
Miss V. Freeman
1
Salmon Arm:
H. Baker.. -	
7
H. Baker '	
1
2
2
1
9
1
2
1
H. Baker —	
9
Larch Hill 	
H. Baker 	
t\
H. Baker. ._	
3
H. Baker	
1
1
4
6
10
22
43
2
14
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
25
30
20
58
63
1
6
28
4
4
5
3
4
2
3
4
4
1
3
4
3
2
H. Baker— 	
H. Baker.... _	
J. A. Taylor..	
Sumas :
J. A. Taylor	
Miss J. M. Arnould—
Miss J. M. Arnould—
Miss J. M. Arnould...
Mrs. Mildred Tait
9
Straiton  .,
J. A. Taylor.	
J. A. Taylor.	
T. W. Andrew...	
F. D. Sinclair	
?,
Upper Sumas ....
5
23
5
16
Surrey:
F. D. Sinclair	
4
5
1
9
19
2
3
3
9
5
9
3
6
6
5
7
3
2
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair	
Elgin 	
F. D. Sinclair
1
F. D. Sinclair— _.
F. D. Sinclair	
2
2
1
1
2
1
7
6
2
1
1
4
1
1
F. D. Sinclair	
3
2
8
Hall's Prairie. 	
F. D. Sinclair	
F. D. Sinclair _
F. D. Sinclair 	
F. D. Sinclair...	
1
F. D. Sinclair 	
Port Kells _   	
F. D. Sinclair _„
F. D. Sinclair	
1*
St. Helen's	
F. D. Sinclair  ...
F. D. Sinclair	
1
5
F. D. Sinclair 	
1
F. D. Sinclair	
9
1
5 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 35
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.
 i
5
14
13
3
2
6
5
1
Whooping-cough, 1 	
Mumps,   1 ;    chicken-pox,   27 ;
whooping-cough, 3
Chicken-pox, 10. ,	
cent,    under   average   weight,    5.
Physical status:   Good, 433 ;   fair,
32;   poor,  3
127;   fair, 9
4
appendix, 9 ; asthma, 3 ; anagmia, 1
appendix, 12 ;   asthma, 3
appendix, 7 ; asthma, 1; hernia, 1
asthma,  1
appendix, 5 ;   anaemia, 1;  hernia, 3
appendix, 2 ;   anaemia, 1
asthma, 1
Cardiac,  8;   pulmonary,  14;   tender
appendix, 13 ;   skin, 1
Cardiac,  7;   pulmonary,  14;   tender
appendix, 9 ;   skin, 1
Tender appendix, 1  	
	
......
Good 	
O.K.
Good _
O.K.
Fair     " 	
Good   ...
O.K.
........
~~6
1
—
O.K.
Fair.  	
Good ____	
Fair  	
Good.  	
Girls', O.K.;
boys', poor.
O.K.
O.K.
Posture,  2;   obesity,  2;   granulated
eyelids, 1
O.K.
Chicken-pox, 6 	
Poor lighting 	
Repairs necessary...
In poor condition
Satisfactory.
Cardiac,   1 ;    epilepsy,   1 ;    conjunctivitis, 4
3
1
4
Repairs needed.
Chicken-pox, 5 —	
Chicken-pox, 16 ; influenza, 2.....
Improvements
Conjunctivitis,  5   	
Acne,   10 ;    eczema,   4 ;   anaemia,  2 ;
orthopaedic, 1
needed.
Fair.
Unsuitable...	
Crowded .,,»,,,.
Crowded	
Adequate 	
Adequate —-	
Adequate 	
Clean.
Clean.
Ptosis,   1 ;   endocarditis,   3;   blepharitis,  1
Poor.
6
—
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Crowded  	
Temporary and unsuitable
Adequate.. ....,.,.
Temporary  room;
unsuitable
Adequate..  	
Clean.
V.D G    1
2
3
Makeshift.
Scarlet fever, 1	
Clean.
Endocarditis, 1;   D.A.H., 1;   impediment in speech, 1 ;   eczema, 1
Posture, 1;   defective palate, 1;   alopecia, 1
Clean.
Clean.
3
3
1
Adequate 	
Adequate, except
Clean.
3
Clean.
D.A.H., 1         	
Whooping - cough,   2 ;    scarlet
fever,
basement room
Adequate     ,.
Clean.
' 4
3
1
2
3
3
~"~5~
Temporary and unsuitable
~~3
Scarlet fever, 2   ~
Crowded  —	
Crowded  —
Clean.
Clean.
1 I 36
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RURAL MUNICIPAL
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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F. D. Sinclair-	
91
195
229
34
140
114
227
134
50
242
368
84
184
217
32
140
114
226
134
50
215
341
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9
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53
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9
11
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42
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33
83
37
12
55
64
31
48
55
7
3
5
F. D. Sinclair	
19
White Rock -	
F. D. Sinclair	
11
F. D. Sinclair	
R
Vancouver, North:
10
q
Miss Armstrong	
Miss Armstrong
Miss Armstrong	
Miss Copeland	
Miss Copeland  _
16
North Star          	
7
3
Vancouver, West:
2
2
A
Pauline Johnson... 	
W. G. Saunders	
2
RURAL AND MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 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.
Scarlet   fever,    1 ;     whooping-
cough,  2
Measles ;    whooping - cough ;
scarlet fever, 1
Crowded  	
Crowded 	
Crowded. -	
Clean.
Clean.
Clean.
Blepharitis,     1;      endocarditis,     3;
D.A.H.,  1 ;   posture,  1
Asthma, 1 ;   acute peritonitis, 1 	
3
1
-----
	
3
1
1
8
7
2
1
3
2
2
Chicken-pox, 1   ,  	
average   weight,   2.    Physical   status:   Good, 114;   fair, 26
Pulmonary,   1;    15   per  cent,   under
average  weight,   3.    Physical  status:   Good, 90 ;   fair, 22 ;   poor, 2
Pulmonary,   2;    15   per  cent,   under
average  weight,   2.    Physical  status:   Good, 180; fair, 44; poor, 2
Cardiac,   1;    pulmonary,  1 ;    15  per
cent,    under    average    weight,    1.
Physical status:   Good, 112;   fair,
21;   poor, 1
Cardiac, 1;   15 per cent, under average   weight,   1.    Physical   status:
Good, 41 ;   fair, 8 ;   poor, 1
15  per cent,  under average weight,
5.    Physical   status:     Good,    178;
fair, 37
Cardiac, 1;   15 per cent, under average   weight,   7.    Physical   status:
Good, 307 ;   fair, 34 ;   poor, 1
3
1
Chicken - pox,   22 ;    whooping-
cough, 1 ;   scarlet fever, 3
Chicken - pox,     1 ;    whooping-
cough, 24;   rubella, 1 ;   scarlet  fever,   8
Whooping-cough, 30 ;  rubella, 1
ASSISTED  SCHOOLS.
1
Scarlet fever, 1 ; chicken-pox, 2
Overcrowded and
badly lighted
Good 	
Good—.	
Good 	
One room poorly
ventilated and
heated
Good -	
Good	
Good	
Good—- - -
Good	
Good -	
Satisfactory	
Good  _	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Malodorous.
Good.
Clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Fair.
Fair.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
Satisfactory.
Clean.
Two; clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Cardiac, 1   —
Measles ; whooping-cough	
Eczema.   1 ;    pulmonary  tuberculosis
suspect, 1
Measles, 1	
Cardiac, 1;   nervous, 2  	
Fair	
Satisfactory	
Good	
Good	
Good. - .
Fair.
Poor.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean.
Good.
Good.
Girls', clean and
adequate;
boys', dirty,
adequate.
Yes.
O.K.
Satisfactory.
Clean; adequate.
Adequate.
Clean.
Fair.
Inadequate.
Good.
Adequate; clean.
Nervous, 1;   psoriasis, 1 	
Pertussis ; chicken-pox	
2
Good	
Good	
O.K.
~
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory	
Good       	
Satisfactory	
Crowded 	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Good .,	
Satisfactory	
Whooping-cough, 1 	
Influenza, 1 ; measles, 1	
Stammer, 1 ;   nervous, 1 ;   cardiac, 2
1
Whooping-cough, 4	
Adequate	
Good 	
Good    .-. -
Clean ; adequate.
Only outhouse,
clean.
Good.
4 I 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
RURAL AND
Name of School.
Medical Inspector.
School Nurse.
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Barriere Forks..
Baynes Lake	
Bear Creek	
Beaton 	
Benvoulin-
Berrydale..
Bevan -	
Blueberry  	
Blue River	
Bon Accord	
Bonaparte Valley..
Bonnington Falls-
Boston Bar	
Boswell -
Bouchie Lake __.
Boundary Falls..
Bowen Island.....
Bowser	
Box Lake	
Brackendale.......
Bralorne	
Brechin  —	
Brexton  	
Bridesville   -
Bridge Lake, North .
Bridge River 	
Brilliant No. 1	
Brilliant No. 2	
Brisco —_ 	
Britannia Beach:
Public 	
Britannia Mine..
Brocklehurst	
Burris Clinic _
Burris Clinic	
H. A. Christie.	
G. A. Ootmar	
T. W. Sutherland..
Beaver Cove 	
Beaver Creek	
Beaverdell -
Beaverly-—	
Bea vermouth .—
Beaver Point	
Beaver River—	
Begbie .— '. -
Belford	
Bella Bella	
Bella Coola	
Bella Coola, Lower
Bench.. _ 	
Bend _ _	
G. E. Bayfield.
N. H. Jones ....
J. M. Burnett .
C. Ewert	
C. Ewert...	
R. D. Rush	
L. M. Greene._
T. W. Sutherland..
H. H. MacKenzie.
G. E. Darby	
J. D. Galbraith	
J. D. Galbraith	
F. T. Stanier ,
L. M. Greene	
G. A. Ootmar..
Big Bar Creek...
Big Eddy ..-
Big Lake 	
Birch Island.	
Birken	
Bissette  _
Black Mountain
Blackpool	
Blaeberry. 	
Blakeburn _	
Blind Bay 	
Blind Channel..
Bloedel Beach-
Blubber Bay.......
Blucher Hall
W. Truax 	
G. K. MacNaughton
W. A. Drummond....
T. W. Sutherland ....
C. E. McRae
W. Bramley-Moore..
N. J. Paul	
J. M. Hershey	
G. A. Ootmar	
Burris Clinic	
P. Ewart 	
J. G. McLeod ...
W. Scatchard	
G. E. Bayfield _	
1ST. B. Hall	
T. W. Sutherland.—
Burris Clinic.
D. J. M. Crawford .
W. Bramley-Moore
J. M. Hershey 	
W. A. Drummond—
H. H. MacKenzie	
J. P. Ellis	
J. V. Murray. 	
L. F. Stephens.—
J. M. Burnett	
F. Inglis -_. 	
C. Davidson 	
H. F. Tyerman _	
N. J. Paul  	
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
G. James	
W. M. G. Wilson-
Miss O. M. Garrood.
Miss O. M. Garrood.
Miss M. Gowen _
Mrs. Grindon .
Miss A. S. Law	
Mrs. Grindon _
Miss O. M. Garrood
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Miss Whitmore
Miss E. Graves .
159
9
10
11
20|
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12|
15      14
50|    49
44!     37
531    53
821    82
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Fairly good	
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Clean ; adequate.
Whooping-cough. 	
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Good.-.  	
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O.K.
Clean.
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Good	
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Influenza, 2  	
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Good —
Good - — -
Fair.
Good.
Yes.
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Good -  	
Fair.
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New ; good heating,
lighting, and
ventilation
Good -- 	
Good  ,. —	
Good 	
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Good.
Whooping-cough ;   chicken-pox
Good.- -
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Good   	
Satisfactory 	
Well ventilated and
heated; not
overcrowded
Well ventilated and
heated ; not overcrowded
O.K 	
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Good.
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Bull River... 	
Burgoyne Bay	
C. E. McRae-	
H. A. Christie.	
R. D. Rush
1
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T. C. Holmes       	
3
Cale Creek 	
C. Ewert	
2
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T. W. Sutherland	
1
Campbell Creek 	
Campbell Ranch	
Campbell River 	
Camp 2, Vedder Crossing
Camp 3 -
Canal Flats	
Canford 	
Canyon 	
Canyon Creek	
Cape Mudge  	
Carlin.    	
Carmi  '   	
Carpio  "
Carroll's Landing	
1
D. B. Hall            	
1
1
3
2
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W. E. Henderson.
T. A. Briggs 	
6
13
5
3
7
1
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7
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24
9
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F. E. Coy-	
A. F. Gillies 	
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4
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1
1
1
3
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C. Ewert
N. B.Hall-	
1
2
1
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S. E. Beech	
3
J. M. Burnett	
J. M. Hershey.	
H. F. Tyerman   ,	
Miss K. Sheppard.	
31      2
3       3
21      4
6!      8
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T. W. Sutherland	
1
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1
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1
4
1
10
4
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Cascade	
Casino 	
Castledale	
Castlegar 	
Castle Rock	
Cawston	
Cecil Lake   ..
W. Truax 	
J. S. Daly             	
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V. B. Goresky	
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Mrs. B. Thomson
Miss C. L. J. Clark _
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C. C. Browne	
Cedar, North.. 	
C. C. Browne     -
W. E. Austin	
2
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W. Scatchard	
V. B. Goresky-...	
2
3
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Miss M. D. Hunter....
11
6
Chase Creek	
D. P. Hanington	
Miss 0. M. Johnson-
Cheam View—  	
4
Chief Lake	
C. Ewert	
1
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Chilliwack River	
W. E. Henderson
W. Truax            	
2
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W. M. G. Wilson
C. A. Armstrong
I. M. Hershey	
J. M. Hershey	
Miss 0. M. Garrood
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Miss M. D. Hunter ..
Miss 0. M. Garrood .
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W. M. G. Wilson
7
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1
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W. Workman	
J. G. McLeod.....	
Coalmont.. ,	
9
Lloyd G. Bray 	
7
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Cobble Hill     .	
F. T. Stanier	
Miss K. Sheppard	
19
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18
16
35
177
11
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78
11
119
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2
11
2
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Colleymount	
Columbia Gardens	
Columbia Valley	
C ol wood	
Comox  	
Concord 	
T. C. Holmes	
6
J. S. Daly             	
4
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1
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1
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W. E. Henderson	
R. C. Newby	
1
T. A. Briggs
W. E. Henderson	
S. G. Mills	
D. McCaffrey	
N. B. Hall	
3
Copper Mountain	
8
5
2
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Cowichan Lake	
C. H. Beevor-Potts
F. T. Stanier      	
Miss M. K. Black
Cowichan Health
Centre
10
5
8
4
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T. W. Sutherland	
3
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Cranberry Lake-Malas-
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Clean; adequate.
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Good.
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Good  	
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Good	
Good 	
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Good
Good	
Good  	
Satisfactory—	
Good	
Good      .
Fair	
Very good	
Good	
Good	
Fair	
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Clean.
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Yes.
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Poor.
Poor.
Clean; adequate.
Adequate.
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Clean.
Clean.
Yes.
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Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory	
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Good.
Clean;  adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
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4
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Good -	
Good -	
Good.
Adequate.
Adequate.
Satisfactory	
Chicken-pox 	
Satisfactory. 	
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Adequate.
Adequate.
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Poor lighting	
Good  	
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O.K - -
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Adequate.
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Yes.
Good.
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New furnace	
Good...—  	
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Good ...   	
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3
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Miss A. S. Law    —
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W. E. Henderson
W. M. G. Wilson
Cultus Lake.— —	
Dawson Creek, North
Dawson Creek, South	
Decker Lake — 	
J. M. Hershey _	
1
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T. C. Holmes	
Deep Cove 	
Deep Creek  	
Deer Park  	
4
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Miss M. E. Grierson
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
Miss M. E. Grierson.
Miss 0. M. Johnson..
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Diamond Crossing —	
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D. P. Hanington
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J. M. Hershey.	
C. E. McRae	
Miss K. Sheppard —
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Dog Creek 	
Dome Creek ...
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32
9
14
14
20
17
7
11
31
9
14
11
20
14
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4
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2
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Dove Creek 	
Dragon Lake 	
Driftwood	
Dunster  _ __ __ .. _
Eagen Lake	
T. A. Briggs  	
G R. Baker
G. G. Ferguson 	
L. M. Greene	
C. E. McRae	
W. Scatchard 	
S. E. and A. Beech
F. E. Coy-....   	
H. F. Tyerman
1
1
3
3
17      17
7        7
161     13
341    33
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18!    18
251    25
81      8
Eagle Valley	
Edgewater -	
6
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H. A. Christie
Elko 	
Elk Valley
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Ellesby
W. R. Stone	
G. A. Ootmar	
F. Inglis. _	
R. H. Irish	
R. Haugen	
G. E. Bayfield
C. E. McRae	
J. Vernon Murray
J. S. Daly  	
J. M. Hershey ...
C. Davidson
E. A. Campbell    .„
G. G. Ferguson
0. Morris	
D. P. Hanington
F. T. Stanier	
171     17
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61       2
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4
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6
2
Ellison        	
Elphinstone Bay	
Endako
Enderby, North	
Englewood	
Miss L. Wooding ...
63I    561    10
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121     101 —
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461    44
111    11
81      7
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191    18
151    15
81      8
401      39
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Erickson	
Erie 	
Miss C. L. J. Clark
Miss E. Snowden
Errington 	
Essondale . 	
Evelyn   	
Ewing's Landing	
Extension  	
Fairbridge     _
Falkland 	
Fanny Bay__	
Fauquier
Ferndale  	
Field -....	
Fife        ..
Fish Creek  	
Floral Creek 	
Forestdale 	
Forest Glen__	
Cowichan Health
Centre
163
53
68
10
13
66
15
160
53
67
10
11
66
15
4
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2
2
1
2
1
4
19
1
4
2
1
2
2
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T. A. Briggs	
H. F. Tyerman	
C. Ewert —_	
4
13
10
2
4
10
4
G. A. Cheeseman
W. Truax
4
3
3
3
5
Miss M. D. Hunter....
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J. M. Hershey	
W. M. G.Wilson	
T. C. Holmes	
H. F. Tyerman	
161     16
101     10
131    13
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Other Conditions, specify
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State if clean
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Good
Good
Good
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Frame; wood-stove
Good
.—
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Clean; adequate.
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Good	
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Fairly good	
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Satisfactory	
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Adequate.
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O.K.
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Satisfactory	
Good condition	
O.K. 	
Good 	
Yes
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Whooping-cough 	
Clean ; adequate.
fingers left hand
Cretin, 1  	
3
2
7
Chicken-pox 	
Rather crowded
Satisfactory	
Yes
Adequate.
1
3
1
1
1
2
Whooping-cough _.
Poorly 	
Satisfactory.
Good
Chicken-pox, 14 	
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Fairly good;
crowded
Crowded and badly
ventilated
Satisfactory	
Adequate.
Good
Adequate.
Inadequate.
Yes
1
Satisfactory  	
Vermin-infested;
needs redecorating
Fairly good	
Not completed 	
Satisfactory	
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clean.
Satisfactory	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory      ..   .
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Good	
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Cardiac,  3 ;   Myxodoama,  1  	
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C. C. Browne 	
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C. A. Armstrong	
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Miss M. E. Grierson
Miss A. S. Law
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I 45
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
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Closets.
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Good
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1
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Fair 	
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O.K	
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O.K 	
3
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Clean; adequate.
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O.K.. 	
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Good	
Good 	
Good 	
O.K 	
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Clean
Yes
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defective
Good 	
Good	
Satisfactory	
Good  	
Good 	
Good	
Good	
Adequate.
Yes
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Unsanitary.
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2
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inadequate
Satisfactory	
Lighting poor...	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Yes
Whooping-cough, 4 	
Measles _	
Repairs needed.
Yes
Yes
Clean ; adequate.
Scarlet fever	
Good 	
O.K ...
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Satisfactory	
Yes.
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G. A. Ootmar..	
D. J. Barclay	
R. C. Newby 	
D. McCaffrey	
R. B. White
1
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J. P. Ellis 	
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G. E. Wride	
Mrs. Grindon ..	
Mrs. B. Thomson
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9
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State if clean
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1
Good
Satisfactory _.
Satisfactory 	
O.K	
Yes.
	
Yes.
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Frame; wood-stove.
Good  	
Yes.
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adequate.
Good.
Good
Ventilation and
heating good ; not
overcrowded
O.K.
Good 	
Yes.
O.K.
Satisfactory 	
Good	
1
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Yes.
O.K     ,
Yes.
1
Good 	
Good.....	
Fair.	
Good.
Good.
Good 	
Good.
Good	
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Pit.
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Scarlet fever	
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Good  	
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Good
Good.
O.K  	
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Yes.
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Good	
Good.
1
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Good 	
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Good.
Yes.
Yes.
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Adequate.
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heated and ventilated
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Good	
Good 	
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Satisfactory. 	
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Good.
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F. T. Stanier	
R. C. Newby	
Mill Bay
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J. A. Ireland	
15!        1    1
Miss M. D. Hunter...
1      21
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G. R. Baker
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H. A. Watson	
1         1     -
Miss M. K. Black
231      21--
F. W. Green	
1         1
81      2'    4
C. Ewert	
J. M. Burnett......	
51 1    1
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I 49
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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Condition of
Building.    State if
crowded, poorly
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heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
Scarlet fever, 6	
Adequate heating
and lighting
Good 	
Two; outside;
clean and adequate.
Good.
Good 	
Good	
Two; clean.
Clean; adequate.
Crowded; poor light
Satisfactory	
Good 	
Frame; furnace	
Fair.. 	
Good 	
Adequate.
O.K.
Good.
Adequate.
Fair.
Clean.
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adequate.
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2
Otitis media,  3;    anaemia,  2;   fracture,   1;    mastoid,   1 ;    congenital
dislocated hip, 1
Conjunctivitis ; eczema	
Frame; wood-stove...
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Good; dingy	
Good
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Adequate; clean.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; adequate.
Clean ; satisfactory.
Adequate; clean.
Adequate; rough
seats.
Whooping-cough	
O.K 	
Satisfactory	
kept
Excellent   	
Not crowded ; lighting is poor;  windows on one side
should be blocked
in and encroaching trees cut down
Good ventilation ;
heating system
fair
Satisfactory	
Tachycardia, 1 ;   diabetes, 1	
Measles;  whooping-cough;
scarlet fever
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Only fair ventilation
Good — 	
Adequate.
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2
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Pituitory  adeposity,   2;    eczema,   2;
diabetes, chorea, 1 ; valvular heart-
disease,  3
1
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2
Chronic myocarditis ; mitral stenosis,
1
Chronic bronchitis asthma, 1 	
General repair
needed soon
Good
Clean ; adequate.
Yes.
Clean.
Good.
Fair; need
repair.
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Adequate.
Two;   clean.
Two;   clean.
Inadequate.
Yes.
Adequate.
Clean.
Adequate.
Clean.
Clean.
Two; clean and
adequate.
Good.
Clean ; adequate.
Good.
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Good -- —
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Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory—	
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heating adequate
Good —	
Good 	
Good       	
Jr. School crowded;
poor light.    Sr.
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poor ventilation
Poor posture,  16;   nervous,  1 ;   cardiac. 1
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H. P. Tyerman	
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J. D. Galbraith	
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1
North Thompson, West..
W. M. G. Wilson
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Notch Hill	
C. K. McNaughton...
3
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1
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Miss L. Crafter	
3
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1
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Okanagan Mission	
111	
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Miss B. Thomson
Miss L. Crafter	
4
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1
1
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1
5
1
1
1
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2
5
1
12
2
2
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2
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N. J. Ball
137
144-Mile House	
C. E. McRae
150-Mile House	
C. E. McRae
D. McCaffrey
9
Oona River. 	
T. C. Holmes
A
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OntnschpTija
7
R. H. Irish
1
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N. J. Ball
12
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Otter Point	
1
Outlook -          . .   .
W. Truax
3
Ova ma
N. B. Hall
Ovster, North            	
D. P. Hanington
T. A. Briggs
Oyster River	
 2
5
1
4
3
1
C. H. Ployart 	
Pacific —	
Palling-	
T. C. Holmes
2
Parkland -..	
Miss K. Sheppard
1
3
Park's Siding 	
T. S. Daly	
3
3
5
4
7
2
4
1
Parksville .. - 	
Miss Mclnnes	
4
2
1
3
1
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Parson —	
P. Ewart 	
1
2
1
1
2
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V. Goresky	
C. H. Ployart	
J. M. Hershey; Wm.
Buchanan
N. J. Paul	
fi     1
Pavilion	
1
Peace View 	
Miss M. D. Hunter...
1
Pemberton
1
6
5
7
1
7
8
3
2
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Pemberton Meadows	
N. J. Paul	
2
2
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Pemberton Range	
J. A. Ireland	
1
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W. F. Mackay...	
3
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W. F. Mackay  .
C. Ewert __	
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J. A. Ireland	 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 51
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Closets.
State if clean
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3
3
1
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Fairly good	
Good..   _
Good	
Good	
Good	
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Fair.
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1
Good	
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Good	
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6
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Crowded. _.__	
Fair-	
Yes.
O.K.
1
2
2
Fair 	
O.K.
nervous. 1
Good 	
Clean.
	
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Good ...„_: _	
O.K	
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O.K.
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1
2
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O.K...  	
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Good	
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Cardiac murmur, 4 ; poor posture, 1 ;
bronchial asthma, 1; blepharitis, 1
Chicken - pox,   19 ;    whooping-
cough, 6
Whooping-cough, 2 	
Yes.
Good.
Good 	
Flush-toilet; ex
Fair	
Fair 	
Quite satisfactory,
but somewhat
overcrowded
Good	
Good 	
Good. _
cellent.
Fair.
Clean; adequate.
1
Chicken-pox ; measles ; whooping-cough ;   acute   conjunctivitis ; scarlet fever; mumps
paedic, 8;   hernia, 1;   cretin, 1
Fair.
Good.
Good.
Good 	
Good.
O.K 	
Fair..... 	
Sat i sf actory	
Good—	
Fair.
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3
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Satisfactory 	
Soon need general
repairs
Poor	
Frame; furnace	
Fair __	
Clean ; not adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Two; poor.
—
Clean.
Fair. 	
Two; clean and
adequate.
Yes.
1
O.K—  	
Fair.
2
Satisfactory	
Yes.
Good.	
1
Fair.  ,	
Fair- 	
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adequate.
Adequate.
Good  -
2
Good 	
Good —	
Insufficient air	
Satisfactory —	
Good-..	
Yes.
Yes.
Good -	 I 52
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C. A. Armstrong
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Miss A. S. Law	
Miss A. S. Law	
2
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2
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J. M. Burnett..   .
	
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3
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1
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Rock Creek  	
J. M. Burnett..	
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1
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T. M. Burnett	
Rolla  —	
Miss K. Sheppard.—.
Miss K. Sheppard
4
2
1
19
3
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2
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1
Roosville  	
H. A. Christie	
Rose Hill 	
1
2
3
3
1
2
1
4
4
1
1
10
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1
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C. E. McRae 	
Rose Lake   	
T. C. Holmes	
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Miss M. D. Hunter ...
Miss 0. M. Garrood
2
2
3
2
2
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2
1
1
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E. R. Hicks     	
1
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4
21
Mrs. Grindon 	
Sahtlam  	
H. W. Watson-	
Salmo 	
G. F. Young   	
1
1
17 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 53
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
Disease, etc.).
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Condition of
Building.    State if
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heated, etc.
Closets.
State if clean
and adequate.
l
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory.....	
Good
O.K.
Good	
Good.	
Influenza 	
Excellent	
Good	
Good 	
Good 	
Good   	
Slightly crowded
Good	
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory 	
Satisfactory	
Good 	
'Cleft uvula ;  orthopaedic ;  posture, 2 ;
pulmonary, 1
Good.
Good.
Yes.
Whooping-cough, 6 ... , 	
Good.
Adequate.
Adequate.
Repairs needed.
Whooping-cough	
Good.    '
Good  	
No.  	
Good 	
Yes.
■(Malnutrition    here    means    under-
9
6
Yes.
Good.
Satisfactory	
Satisfactory..	
Satisfactory 	
Stove poor;
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Heating not efficient-
Yes.
Yes.
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Good
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four rooms added
anasmia, 3 ;   trachoma, 7 ;   rheumatism, 2
toilet.
1
Overcrowded for
number of teachers employed
Adequate. I 54
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Miss K. Sheppard	
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C. H. Ployart	
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F. T. Stanier. ..
Cowichan Health
Centre
Cowichan Health
Centre
Miss K. Sheppard
1
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C. E. McRae-	
R. C. Newby.	
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2
	
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D. J. Barclay	
S. E. and A. Beech....
4
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1
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2
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G. R. Baker ,    	
D. T. R. McColl	
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L. M. Green	
G. E. Bayfield	
T. W. Sutherland
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4
5
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R. C. Newby	
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0. 0. Lyons	
W. A. Drummond	
R. Haugen   	
J. M. Hershey	
C. E. McRae ... . 	
T. W. Sutherland
Spring Bend.— 	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
6
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Sproule Creek...
H. H. McKenzie.	
H. N. Watson 	
N. J. Paul 	
1
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Squirrel Cove	
N. B. Hall      	
W. M. G. Wilson
M. Morrison 	
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ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
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S a tisf actory	
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as school has been
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Whooping-cough 	
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Medical Inspector.
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Cowichan Health
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191    18
91         9
T. C. Holmes	
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Telegraph Creek	
Telkwa	
G. E. Bayfield.	
61       61
431      411
G. M. Meyer	
G. G. Ferguson 	
45
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109
57
16
24
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Stanley Mills	
N. J. Ball	
104
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24
41
8
6
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1
2
1
5
2
2
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C. Ewert	
2
3
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1
1
1
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Tintagel 	
T. C. Holmes 	
D. T. R. McColl	
Tlell 	
Tofino _	
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1
6
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5
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T. A. Briggs	
J. G. McLeod.	
W. Scatchard	
J. M. Hershey	
T. W. Sutherland
Miss C. L. J. Clark ...
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Tuscolla Mountain	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky.
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Ucluelet. West
81       8
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W. R. Stone  	
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R. D. Rush	
Vidette 	
19
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Vinsulla 	
H. N. Watson	
1
1
5
1
1
7
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G. G. Ferguson.	
H. A. Christie	
8
39
18
39
16
17
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Waldo—. 	
Walhachin...   .. .
Wardner  	
W. A. Drummond
H. A. Christie	
D. P. Hanington	
3
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Miss 0. M. Johnson .
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Watmore 	
Wellington 	
Wellington, East	
C. C. Browne 	
C. C. Browne  .
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1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I 57
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Other Conditions, specify
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
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2
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repairing.
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1
7
3
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J. M. Hershey..—	
H. H. MacKenzie	
C. Ewert    	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky.
Willow Point
2
1
1
3
1
1
5
2
2      1
3
Willow Valley	
J. M. Hershey	
F. E. Coy	
F. Ingiis	
F. E. Coy 	
Mrs. P. Yaholnitsky
31.......
1
21.
1     1
Miss Wooding 	
A
Winfield
Mrs. Grindon 	
8
1
2
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2
3
1
1
7
23
4
20
6
1
14
3
16
22
8
24
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G. R. Baker	
T. C. Holmes	
W. E. Austin 	
E. K. Hough	
l!    1
61
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141       1
Wycliffe  	
F. W. Green	
1
1
4
2
6
8
4
3
1
5
14
8
3
1
21
21
1
5
6
14
Yale
P. McCaffrey 	
G. F. Young 	
C. H. Beevor-Potts...
J. K. Kelly —	
18
7
2
2
1
1 MEDICAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS, 1938-39.
I   59
ASSISTED SCHOOLS—Continued.
Condition of
Other Conditions, specify
n
Acute Fevers which have
Building.    State if
Closets.
(Nervous, Pulmonary, Cardiac
•
J.
occurred during the
crowded, poorly
State if clean
Disease, etc.).
I
h
CU
>
V
>-
Past Year.
ventilated, poorly
and adequate.
ti
o
Ul
ft
£
i—i
to
G
5
heated, etc.
Heart-murmur,   1 ;    facial  paralysis,
i
Whooping-cough, 12	
Clean, but not
1;   speech-defect, 1
ventilated (addition this summer)
adequate.
Clean; adequate.
Good.
O.K.
Good    	
O.K.
Good -....
Good.
—
Two; clean.
Clean
Crowded and poorly
ventilated
Anaemia,  3  	
Nervous, 1  	
Cardiac, 2    	
Pulmonary, 1      _
Fair      ..
Fair.
Fair.
Adequate.
-jj
—
Good 	
Clean; adequate.
3
Good - ...	
Yes.
Cleft palate,   1 	
Chicken-pox, 27  -	
Good.  	
Excellent; flush-
1      1
toilet.
O.K	
O.K.
Yes.
Flu, mild ---	
Ventilation and
heating satis
Satisfactory.
factory
Good...	
Good  	
Good.
Cryptorchidism, 1 ;   kyphosis, 1
1
i
Measles   	
Good -"	
Adequate.
Good  	
Good.
Div. I. and II.,
adequate ; Div.
Cardiac, 4 ;   orthopaedic, 1 ;   protruding teeth;   multiple powder-burns,
quate ; basement
1;   deformity of chest,  1
floods in spring.
Div. III.: Temporary quarters in
old church ; poor,
but improved since
last year ; poor
lighting and
ventilation
III., too far
away.
Poor posture, 16;   gums, 1; nervous,
1
i
1
Chicken-pox, 9 ; pneumonia, 1—
Excellent	
Yes.
i   i i
^^^^^ —
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SUMMARY OF DEFECTS, 1938-39.
Normal
Schools.
High
Schools.
Junior
High
Schools.
Graded
City
Schools.
Rural
Municipal
Schools.
Rural and
Assisted
Schools.
Total.
8
5
11
8
21
31
'     10
2
49
180
1
1,280
184
150
223
1,528
4,858
1,041
750
495
176
5
575
70
60
129
944
1,540
335
493
254
882
82
2,582
323
781
834
7,188
16,519
2,189
1,154
1,417
517
130
1,402
285
929
1,555
3,520
6,133
1,890
794
687
678
249
1,916
252
959
1,832
5,372
7,082
2,443
1,410
636
2,433-
467
Defective vision   	
7,763
1,119
2,890
Adenoids  	
4,581
18,573
36,163
7,908
4,603
3,538
Totals	
145
10,690
4,581
33,951
17,842
22,829
90,038
201
201
22,637
20,028
9,713
8,581
41,268
38,025
19,292
18,542
23,672
22,663
116,783
108,040
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1940.
725-1140-7774 (1139-2441)

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