Eichelberger Jacob - scarlet fever - LDN 6 Apr 1897
CITY SANiTABIANj MEET, it>«Ul Meeting Bclil in On. toehw.rti'1 Offio* Monday Evening. The board of hep.lth met in special session session Monday evening in Dr. Schwartz's office, Dr. Walter presiding, with Drs. Biever and Schwartz and Messrs. Carmany Carmany and Pfannknch present. Secretary Hersh read the sanitary policeman's report, which was as follows: Put op, March 23, Cliss. Priestly, 352 Xorth Fourth street, scarlet fever; March GO, Mrs. Stevens, 203 North Tenth street, scarlet fever. Kemoved, March 20, Jacob Eichelberger, 540 Spruce street, scarlet fever; March 27. Chas. Priestly, 352 Xortli Fourth street, scarlet fever; April 5. Mrs. Stevens. 20S North Tenth street, scarlet fever. Pat np two green cloths and removed three. The city is free of all contagious diseases at present The report of Secretary Hersh was reati, as follows: Biitb.9, male. 17; female, 15; total, 32. Contagious diseases, diphtheria, 3;scarlet fever, fl; typhoid fever, 2; measels, 10; total, 24. Six bodies were brought her for burial. Iteceipts for the month : From 27 burial permits SO From 4 transit permits 1 From 11 cesspool permits 5 Total $132 Dr. Biever moved that a vote of thank be tendered the retiring member from the First ward, Mr. Pfannknch, for hi faithful service, which was adopted. Dr. Biever stated that he was about fc move to Reading and verbally tenderei his resignation as a member of the boan of health. Mr. Carmnny moved that tb resignation be accepted and that a vot of thanks be extended the retiring mem her, which was adopted. The board adjourned to meet at th same place next Monday night when a new organization will be effected. Th newly appointed members, Messrs Havard and Light, were also in attend ance.