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* If the deaths under one month, numbering 89, from all causes, be deducted from the total deaths under one year, the resultant rate will be 58 deaths of infants per 1,000 births (weekly average July 1, 1912 to July 1, 1913).

Corrected Mortality Among Children, Week Ending October 25, 1913.
Under 1 Year of Age.

Under 5 Years of Age.
Diarrhæal Diseases.

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* Includes Spiall Pox, Measles, Scarlet

Fever, Diphtheria and Whooping Cough. Deaths According to Cause, Annual Rate per 1,000 and Age, with Meteorology and

Number of Deaths in Public Institutions for 14 Weeks. Week Ending - July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. | Oct. Oct Oct. 30.

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13.

DIRECTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

OFFICES
Headquarters: S. W. Corner Centre and Walker Streets, Borough of Manhattan

Telephone, 6280 Franklin.
Borough of The Bronx, 3731 Third Avenue..

Telephone, 1975 Tremont. Borough of Brooklyn, Flatbush Avenue and Willoughby Street,

Telephone, 4720 Main. Borough of Queens, 372-374 Fulton Street, Jamaica, L. I..

Telephone, 1200 Jamaica. Borough of Richmond, 514-516 Bay Street, Stapleton, S. I..

. Telephone, 440 Tompkinsville Office Hours—9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays, 9. a.m. to 12 m.

HOSPITALS FOR CONTAGIOUS DISEASES
Manhattan-Willard Parker Hospital, foot of East 16th Street. Telephone, 1600 Stuyvesant.
The Bronx-Riverside Hospital, North Brother Island. Telephone, 4000 Melrose.
Brooklyn-Kingston Avenue Hospital, Kingston Avenue and Fenimore Street. Telephone, 4400 Flatbush.

LABORATORIES
Diagnosis Laboratory, Centre and Walker Streets. Telephone, 6280 Franklin.
Serological Laboratory, Centre and Walker Streets. Telephone, 6280 Franklin.
Research Laboratory. Chemical Laboratory. Vaccine Laboratory. Drug Laboratory.

Foot of East Sixteenth Street. Telephone, 1600 Stuyvesant.

INFANTS' MILK STATIONS

Manhattan 1. 172 East 3d St.

8. Vanderbilt Clinic 15. 421 East 74th St. 22. 73 Cannon St. 2 513 East 11th St.

9. 326 East 11th St. 16. 205 East 96th St. 23. 110 Suffolk St. 3. 281 Avenue A

10. 114 Thompson St. 17. 209 Stanton St. 24. 96 Monroe St. 4. 240 East 28th St.

11. 315 East 112th St. 18. 2287 First Ave. 25. 251 Monroe St. 5. 225 East 107th St. 12. 244 Mulberry St. 19. 108 Cherry St. 26. 289 Tenth Ave. 6. 241 East 40th St.

508 West 47th St.

20.

122 Mulberry St. 27. 74 Allen St. 7. 174 Eldridge St. 14. 78 Ninth Ave. 21. 207 Division St.

Brooklyn 1. 268 South 2d St.

7. 359 Manhattan Ave. 13. 651 Manhattan Ave. 19. 698 Henry St. 2. 660 Fourth Ave.

8. 49 Carroll St.

11. 185 Bedford Ave. 20. 552 Sutter Ave. 3. 208 Hoyt St.

9. 69 Johnson Av. 15. 296 Bushwick Ave. 21. 167 Hopkins St. 4. 176 Hudson Ave. 10. 233 Suydam St.

16.

994 Flushing Ave. 22, 604 Park Ave. 5. 2346 Pacific St.

11. 329 Osborne St.

17.

176 Nassau St. 23. 239 Graham Ave. 6. 184 Fourth Ave.

12. 126 Dupont St. 18. 129 Osborn St. 24. 49 Amboy St. The Bronx-1. 511 East 149th Street. 2. 1354 Webster Avenue. Queens-1. 114 Fulton Avenue, Astoria, L, I. Richmond-1. 689 Bay Street, Stapleton, S. I.

CLINICS FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN

Hours: 2-5 p. m. Saturdays, 9-12 m.
Manhattan-Gouverneur Slip. Telephone, 2916 Orchard.

Pleasant Avenue and 118th Street. Telephone, 972 Harlem.
164 Second Avenue. Telephone, 2081 Orchard.
449 East 121st Street. Telephone, 3230 Harlem.

P. S. 144 Hester and Allen Streets. Telephone, 5960 Orchard.
Brooklyn--330 Throop Avenue. , Telephone, 5379 Williamsburg.

124 Lawrence Street. Telephone, 5623 Main.

1249 Herkimer Street. Telephone, 2684 East New York. The Bronx-580 East 169th Street. Telephone, 2558 Tremont. Richmond-689 Bay Street. (Dental only). Telephone, 686 W. Tompkinsville.

DIAGNOSTIC CLINICS FOR VENEREAL DISEASES
Manhattan-Centre and Walker Streets. Week days, 9 to 10 a.m.
307 West 33d Street. Wednesdays, 8 to 9 p.m.

TUBERCULOSIS CLINICS
Manhattan-West Side Clinic, 307 West 33d Street. Telephone, 3471 Murray Hill.

East Side Clinic, 81 Second Street. Telephone, 5586 Orchard.
Harlem Italian Clinic, 420 East 116th Street. Telephone, 2375 Harlem.
Southern Italian Clinic, 22 Van Dam Street. Telephone, 412 Spring.

Day Camp, Ferryboat "Middletown," foot of East 91st Street. Telephone, 2957 Lenox.
The Bronx, Northern Clinic, St. Pauls Place and Third Avenue. Telephone, 1975 Tremont.

Southern Clinic, 493 East 139th Street. Telephone, 5702 Melrose.
Brooklyn-Main Clinic, Fleet and Willoughby Streets. Telephone, 4720 Main.

Germantown Clinic, 55 Sumner Avenue. Telephone, 3228 Williamsburg.
Brownsville Clinic, 64 Pennsylvania Avenue. Telephone, 2732 East New York.
Eastern District Clinic, 306 South 5th Street, Williamsburg. Telephone, 1293 Williamsburg.

Day Camp, Ferryboat "Rutherford," foot of Fulton St. Tel., 1530 Main.
Queens-Jamaica Clinic, 10 Union Avenue, Jamaica. Telephone, 1386 Jamaica.
Richmond-Richmond (linic, Bay and Elizabeth Streets, Stapleton. Telephone, 1558 Tompkinsville.

SANATORIUM FOR TUBERCULOSIS Otisville, Orange County, N. Y. (via Erie Railroad from Jersey City). Telephone, 13 Otisville.

TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL ADMISSION BUREAU Maintained by the Department of Health, the Department of Public Charities, and Bellevue and Allied

Hospitals, 426 First Avenue. Telephone, 8667 Madison Square. Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

8. BROWN PRINTING & BINDING co.

TO 87 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK

622-J-18 (B) 2000

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All communications relating to the publications of the Department of Health should be

addressed to the Commissioner of Health, 149 Centre Street, New York

Entered as second-class matter May 7, 1913, at the post office at New York, N. Y.,

under the Act of August 24, 1912.

NEW SERIES. VOL. II.

NOVEMBER 1, 1913.

No. 44

PASTEURIZATION OF GRADE B MILK. With the adoption by the Board of Health October 28 of a resolution which follows, and which requires that Grade B milk shall be pasteurized, the process of pasteurization will have been applied to all milk used in this city with the exception of Certified, Guaranteed, and Inspected milk of Grade A, buttermilk, condensed milk and certain milk products. The following is the full text of the resolution eliminating the class "Selected Milk-Raw" from Grade B :

"Resolved, That section 56a of the Sanitary Code be and the same is hereby amended to take effect on and after February 1, 1914, so as to read as follows:

"Section 56a. All milk held, kept, offered for sale or sold and delivered in The City of New York shall be so held, kept, offered for sale or sold and delivered under either or any of the following grades or designations and under no other, and in accordance with such rules and regulations as may from time to time be adopted by the Board of Health, namely: "Grade A. For Infants and Children

"1. Certified or guaranteed milk.
"2. Inspected milk (raw).

"3. Selected milk (pasteurized).
“Grade B. For Adults-

"Pasteurized milk.
“Grade C. For Cooking and Manufacturing Purposes Only-

"Condensed skimmed milk.

"Condensed or concentrated milk. "The provisions of this section shall not apply to buttermilk or to milk products commonly known as Kumyss, Matzoon, Zoolak, dried milk or milk powder, or to other similar preparations, or to cream or modified milk.”

IMPORTANT CHANGES AFFECTING GRADE B MILK. At a meeting of the Board of Health of the Department of Health, held October 28, 1913, the following resolutions were adopted :

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