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April 6, 1906 



33(i 



ITALY. 

Rejxtrt from. Naples — Inspection of vessels — Rejection of emigrants 
recommended — Smallpo.r in Italy. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon McLaughlin report.s, March 19, 1906, as 
follows: 

During the week ended March 17, 1906, the following ships were 
inspected at Naples, Messina, and Palermo: 

NAPLES. 



Date. 1 Name of ship. 


1 Steerage 
Destination. ?a--f|- 
land passed. 


Pieces of 

large bag- 
gage in- 
spected 
and passed. 


Pieces of 
baggage 
disin- 
fected. 


Mar 12 Slavonla 






12 Citta di Milano 


NewYo/k 1,202 

do i 2 .506 


55 
130 

60 
140 

65 


1,450 
3,780 
1,250 


15 Bulgaria 


16 Perugia 


do 1 877 


17 i Cretic 


do j 2,084 


3,980 
950 


17 Citta di Torino . 


... .do ' 1,151 









MESSINA. 



Mar. 11 Sicilian Prince New York . 



PALERMO. 



Mar. 12 Sicilian Prince | New York . 

17 I Perugia i do 



283 
393 



175 



Rejections recommended. 

NAPLES. 



Date. ^ Name of sbip. , ^ra, . Favus. ; f-P^r i ^liZ^ 


other 
causes. 


Total. 








12 Cittil di Milano . 20 2 15 j 2 


ir 

16 

1 

3 
4 


50 


15 : Bulgaria 18 7 : 26 1 6 

16 i Perugia 10 ' 3 9 4 

17 ; Cretic 16 5 . 29 3 


73 
27 
56 
35 






Total 81 17, 92 16 j 35 


241 



Mar. 11 : Sicilian Prince . 



32 



PALERMO. 



32 



Mfl 


r. 12 

17 




26 ! 


42 
47 




2 
1 


70 






37 ' 




85 




Total 












63 i 


89 




3 


155 






! 







Smallpox. — Week ended March 17, 1906. There were reported 1 
case at San Pier d' Arena (Genoa), 1 at Casalpusterlengo (Milan), 6 
cases at Garbagna (Alessandria), and 1 case at Caltanissetta.