F or the Y ear E nding D ecember , 1903.
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Eleven deaths were registered from this disease during the year, mainly
in persons of mature years. Influenza was not in any way epidemic
and was usually associated with Bronchitis or Pneumonia.
PUERPERAL FEVER LYING-IN FEVER.
Six cases of Puerperal Fever were notified but no case of death was
certified as due solely to this condition. Eleven deaths however are
returned as due to "Accidents and Diseases of Parturition." "Septic-