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and welfare of the naval personnel present rests with the Senior Officer Present
Afloat, or with the Commandant or Commanding Officer of the shore activity,
concerned. Initially, he will make every reasonable effort to obtain a correction of
the conditions by request to the local civil authorities for enforcement of municipal
and state laws. This may include a request to the Regional Supervisor of the
Division of Social Protection, Federal Security Agency, since this agency has
set up an organization for the purpose of handling such problems, and the
facilities thus provided should be utilized to the fullest extent. If the Regional
Supervisor cannot be contacted directly, a request for his assistance may be sent
to the Federal Security Administrator, Washington, D. C.

4. Failure of local authorities to take corrective measures within a reasonable
period of time, will be reported by the appropriate local naval authority via



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official channels to the Secretary of the Navy. Such report will include the
following :

A. A statement of prostitution conditions which are inimical to the efficiency,
health, and welfare of his command.

B. A narrative of the efforts which have been made to cause the local authorities
to correct conditions.

C. A recommendation as to the invocation of the provisions of the Act above
quoted, with designation of the specific area or areas involved.

5. If the report indicated in paragraph 4, together with other available informa-
tion, indicates the existence of a condition harmful to the efficiency, health, and
welfare of naval personnel at the specified station, camp, yard, base, or canton-
ment, the Secretary of the Navy will designate and publish, as prescribed by the
Act quoted in paragraph 1 hereof, the specific area or areas where it shall be
unlawful to engage in prostitution or otherwise aid or abet same, or commit any
other offenses specified in the act. Such designation will not, however, be made
without prior consultation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

6. The primary purpose of this law is to assist the military and naval establish-
ments in controlling venereal disease in their commands by removing, as far as
possible, contact with the major source of venereal disease. Commanding Officers
will not neglect, however, other means of reducing venereal disease in their respec-
tive commands but will continue to exert every effort toward this objective.

FRANK KNOX
Secretary of the Navy



See also Orders, Circulars, etc., V. S. Army

May 4, 1940 [AG 334.8 U. S. Public Health Service (5-4-40) M-A.] Extension
of present utilization of U. S. Public Health Service.

May 31, 1940 [AG 334.8 U. S. Public Health Service (5-22-40) M-SGO-M.]
Extension of present utilization of U. S. Public Health Service.

September 19, 1940 [AG 334.8 U. S. Public Health Service (9-5-40) M-A-M.]
Cooperation of United States Public Health Service in Extra-Military
Sanitation.

October 28, 1940 [AG 334.8 U. S. Public Health Service (10-18-40) M-AM.]
Public Health Liaison Officer, Corps Area Headquarters.

December 16, 1940 [AG 353.8 (12-5-40) MO-A-M.] Control of the use of intoxi-
cating beverages by military personnel and the improvement of moral condi-
tions in the vicinity of camps and stations.

January 13, 1941 [Surg. 726.1.] Cooperation with the United States Public
Health Service in the control of venereal disease.

January 13, 1941 [656-SGO-1-13-41.] Cooperation with the U. S. Public Health
Service in the control of venereal disease.

March 22, 1941 [AG 250.1 (3-10-41) MM-M-M.] Improvement of moral condi-
tions in the vicinity of camps and stations.

May 28, 1941 [Circular letter No. 50.] Cooperation with State health departments
in reporting of venereal disease.

August 2, 1941 [AG 726-1 (7-15-41) MB-M.] Cooperation with the Public Health
Service in reporting laxness of law enforcement in connection with the control
of venereal diseases.

August 16, 1941 [Circular No. 170.] Prohibition of prostitution within reasonable
distance of military establishments.



HEADINGS AND REFERENCES ON SOCIAL HYGIENE IN WAR TIME 63

September 5, 1941 [AG 353.8 (6-23-41) MB-A-M.] Coordination of Welfare and
Eecreation Activities.

September 30, 1941 [AG 726.1 (8-22-41) MB-M.] State premarital laws.

October 2, 1941 [AG 353.8 (9-13-41) MB-A-M.] Establishment of the Division
of Social Protection by the Federal Security Agency.

October 10, 1941 [AG 250-18 (10-8-41) MB- A.] Prohibition of prostitution
within reasonable distance of military establishments.

October 17, 1941 [AG 726.1 (10-17-41) MB-A-M.] Control of venereal diseases.



READINGS AND REFERENCES

on
SOCIAL HYGIENE IN WAR TIME

For special references on venereal disease problems in other countries, see
items marked "1." For references on program for early treatment and prophy-
laxis of venereal diseases, see items marked "2."

Before 1917
1907

H. G. FRANCH. 1. Syphilis in the Army. Bale, London.

1912

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON HYGIENE AND DEMOGRAPHY. Papers by Officers of
the Medical Corps, U. S. Army. Washington. Government Printing Office.

1913

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON HYGIENE AND DEMOGRAPHY. 1. 2. Venereal Prophy-
laxis in Armies. D. C. Howard.

1915

U. S. WAR DEPARTMENT SURGEON GENERAL'S OFFICE. (BULLETIN No. 8). The
Prevalence of Syphilis i/n the Army. E. B. Vedder.

The First World War

JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HYGIENE:
1917

APRIL (VOL. Ill, No. 2.)

The Girls on the Border and What They Did for the Militia, Elizabeth Boies.
Prostitution in its Relation to the Army on the Mexican Border, M. J. Exner, M.D.
The T.W.C.A. and the Army.

JULY (VOL. Ill, No. 3.)

Social Hygiene and the War, The National Agencies, William F. Snow, M.D.

The Spread of Venereal Diseases in the Army and Its Prevention, Anna Pappritz.

OCTOBER (VOL. Ill, No. 4.)

Method of Attack on Venereal Disease An Outline of Activities and Cooperating
Agencies Planned to Eeduce the Prevalence of Venereal Diseases in the
U. S. Army.

Social Hygiene and the War, The Council on National Defense, Franklin Mar-
tin, M.D.



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To All Women and Girls, Edith Livingston Smith.

1. The War and Venereal Diseases in Germany, Dr. A. Blaschko, Dr. Ernest
Finger, Prof. Albert Neisser, Dr. Katherina Scheven, Dr. Eicke, Prof. W.
Schaltz, Dr. Kurt Mendel, Dr. A. Buschke, Dr. E. Klausner, Dr. W. Fischer,
Anna Pappritz, and Dr. H. Sehonheimer.

What Some Communities of the West and Southwest Have Done for the Protec-
tion of the Morals and Health of Soldiers and Sailors, Bascom Johnson.

Vice Repression as a War Policy.

1918

JANUARY (VOL. IV, No. 1.)

Next Steps, Major Bascom Johnson.

Venereal Diseases and the War, Surgeon General W. C. Gorgas, U. S. A.

Social Hygiene and the War The Prostitution Problem, Paul B. Johnson.

APRIL (VOL. IV, No. 2.)

Democracy at Work San Antonio Being Reborn, Carrol B. Ayres.

Possible Effects of War Upon the Future of the Social Hygiene Movement,

Thomas D. Eliot.
The Educational Program of the War and Navy Department Commissions on

Training Camp Activities.

Social Hygiene and the War, The Educational Program, Walter Clarke.
The War and Venereal Diseases Among Negroes, Arthur B. Spingarn.
The Social Status of the Sailor, J. S. Taylor, (MC) TJ. S. N.

JULY (VOL. IV, No. 3.)

Social Hygiene and the War, Law Enforcement Aspects, Timothy N. Pfeiffer.
Venereal Disease in the Army, Navy and Community, The Kt. Rev. William
Lawrence, D.D.

OCTOBER (VOL. IV, No. 4.)

Work with Chaplains in the Army and Navy, William A. Bradley.

Social Hygiene and the War Woman's Part in Social Hygiene, Katharine B.

Davis.
Social Hygiene and the War Fighting Venereal Diseases A Public Trust,

William H. Zinsser.

1919

JANUARY (VOL. V, No. 1.)

Social Hygiene and the War Work with Women and Girls, Jane Deeter Bippin.

APRIL (VOL. V, No. 2.)

Experiences of a Lecturer, Eachelle S. Yarros, M.D.
The Social Hygiene Sergeant, William A. Bradley.

Social Hygiene and the War, An Evaluation of Educational Materials, M. J.
Exner, M.D.

OCTOBER (VOL. V, No. 4.)

1. Public Health Education and the American Army in France, Charles E.

Barr, M.D.
The Sixth Division of the Bureau of Navigation, United States Navy, Commander

C. B. Mayo (MC) U. S. N.



OTHER PUBLICATIONS:
1917

CANADIAN PUBLIC HEALTH JOURNAL, February. The Venereal Disease Problem

from the Military Standpoint. Gordon Bates.

MEDICAL RECORDS, September. 1. The War and Venereal Diseases. E. K. Tullidge.
NEW YORK MEDICAL JOURNAL, November. Venereal Disease in the United States

Army. F. F. Russell.

Effect of Environment Upon Venereal Disease in the Army, W. F. Snow.

MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SERVICE. His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920.

1. Report Upon the Physical Examinations of Men of Military Age by

National Service Medical Boards.



READINGS AND [REFERENCES ON SOCIAL HYGIENE IN WAR TIME 65

1918

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, September. Program of the War Depart-
ment Against Venereal Disease, W. F. Snow and W. A. Sawyer.
ANNALS or AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE. Making the

Camps Safe for the Army, G. J. Anderson.

Eliminating Vice from Camp Cities, Bascom Johnson.

BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL, April. Venereal Problem; The Army

Viewpoint.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL MUSEUMS. Venereal Disease Problem

and the War, J. H. Stokes.
JOURNAL OF AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. The Control of Venereal Disease

in the Army, F. T. Woodbury.
NEW YORK STATE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, November. Problem of Venereal Disease

Control. A. N. Thomson.
NORTHWEST MEDICINE, August. Control of Venereal Diseases in the Army,

A. H. Peacock.

Relations of the Military to Venereal Problems, I. L. McGlasson.

SOUTHERN MEDICAL JOURNAL. Civilian Influence on a Military Problem, P. B.

Johnson.
U. S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, October. Syllabus of an Address to Assist in the

Instruction of Drafted Men in the Knowledge and Avoidance of Venereal

Diseases.
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON PRESS, London. 1. Syphilis and the Army, Georges

Thibierge.

1919

BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL, January. The Incidence of Venereal
Diseases Among 6,086 Men Drafted into the Service Who Eeported at Camp
A. A. Humphreys, Va., Between September 4 and September 18, 1918,
I. W. Brewer.

JOURNAL OF ARKANSAS MEDICAL SOCIETY, March. Extra Cantonment Zone Sani-
tation (A Compilation of Results) Camp Pike and Eberts Field, ArTcansas.
J. C. Geiger and others.

JOURNAL OF LABORATORY AND CLINICAL MEDICINE, November. The Incidence
of Syphilis Among White and Colored Troops as Indicated by an Analytical
Study of the Wassermann Results in Over Ten Thousand Tests, William Levin.

L 'UNION MORALE, October, 1918-January 1919. 1. Des Faits, des examples ce
qu'on fair pour I'Hygiene Morale des Camps Americans, W. A. Bradley.

MEDICAL EECORD, July. Venereal Problems of the War, V. C. Pedersen.

U. S. WAR DEPARTMENT, BULLETIN No. 11. Physical Examinations of the First
Million Draft Recruits; Methods and Results, Compiled Under Direction of
the Surgeon General.

U. S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE:

VENEREAL DISEASE PAMPHLET, No. 2. The Percentage of Venereal Diseases
Among Approximately the Second Million Drafted Men, by states..

VENEREAL DISEASE PAMPHLJT, No. 11. Venereal Disease A Public Health
Problem for Civilian Communities.

VENEREAL DISEASE PAMPHLET, No. 47. Percentage of Venereal Diseases Among/
Approximately the Second Million Drafted Men, by cities.

The Post- War Period

1920

DEFECTS FOUND IN DRAFTED MEN; STATISTICAL INFORMATION COMPILED FROM

DRAFT RECORDS, A. G. Love and C. B. Davenport. Government Printing

Office, Washington, D. C. (1,663 p.)
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, January. 1. Campaign

Against Venereal Disease in the Army of Occupation, D. M. Davis.

2. The Value of Prophylaxis Against Venereal Diseases, J. E. Moore.

MILITARY SURGEON, November. 2. The Problem of Administering Venereal

Prophylaxis in Cities Adjacent to Army Camps, C. W. Shaffer.
1. Prevention of Venereal Diseases, G. A. O. Reid. Heineman, London.



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1921

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, January- February. 1. Combating

Venereal Diseases in Armies, Walter Clarke.

1. Treatment of Venereal Diseases in Armies. March-April.

JOURNAL OP HEALTH AND SANITATION, May. Blood Will Tell, L. A. Stone.
MILITARY SURGEON, September. Syphilis and Venereal Diseases; a Service

Liability, C. 8. Stephenson.
December. Venereal Diseases in the United States Army, Mary Augusta Clark.

1922

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, May. 2. The Prophylaxis of
Venereal Diseases, George Walker.

JOURNAL OF NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE, June. Neurosyphilis in ex-service
men, R. H. Price.

MEDICAL STANDARD, Baltimore. 1. Venereal Disease in the American Expedition-
ary Forces.

VIRGINIA MEDICAL MONTHLY, June. Venereal Disease from the Army Standpoint,
M. C. Sycle.

1925

MILITARY SURGEON, August. A Study of "Cured" Cases of Syphilis in the U. S.
Army, S. C. Schwartz.

1926

MILITARY SURGEON, April. 1. The Venereal Disease Problem with the American
Forces in Germany, M. A. Reasoner.

1936

MILITARY SURGEON, January. 1. The Venereal Disease Problem in the A.E.F.,

H. H. Young.
SHIELD. London. November. 1. Venereal Diseases in the Army, Navy and Air

Forces 19SS-S4.

1938

MILITARY SURGEON, September. Control of Venereal Disease in the United States
Army, W. W. Vaughan.

1939

BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, October. 1. Social Hygiene in Wartime.

CANADIAN PUBLIC HEALTH JOURNAL, December. 1. Venereal Disease Control

During Wartime, J. J. Heagerty.
X.ANCET (London) November. 1. Venereal Disease: Its Prevention and Treatment

on Active Service, E. T. Burke.
MILITARY SURGEON, January. Incidence of Syphilis in 5,000 Recruits and Casual

Soldiers, R. E. Blount.

February. The Venereal Diseases United States Army, H. C. Michie.

September. Syphilis and Mobilization, W. V. Lorenz and W. J. Bleckwenn.

UROLOGIC AND CUTANEOUS REVIEW, January. Progress in Syphilis Control Since

the War, A. J. Aselmeyer.
The Prevention of Syphilis in the United States Army, E. E. Hume.

1940

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, November. Prostitution as a Source of

Infection with the Venereal Diseases in the Armed Forces, C. R. Reynolds.
HEALTH AND EMPIRE, London, January. 1. The Problem of Venereal Diseases in

Wartime.
JOURNAL OP THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, November. Control of Venereal

Disease.
MILITARY SURGEON, December. Our Medical Preparedness for Modern War;

Presidential Address.
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, November. 80,000 Individual Kits Prepared

for Blood Tests of Drafted Men.



READINGS AND REFERENCES ON SOCIAL HYGIENE IN WAR TIME 67

Recent Publications on National Defense

JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HYGIENE:

1940 November (Vol. 26, No. 8) Social Hygiene and National Defense. I. The
National Program:

Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and the National Defense Program, Walter Clarke; The
President Stresses Health in National Defense, Quotation from Franklin D.
Roosevelt; To Speed Our Defenses, Dorothy W. Miller; The Relation of the
National Defense Program to Social Hygiene, Harriet S. Cory; National Defense
and Social Hygiene in Upstate New York, George J. Nelbach; Program Emphases
for Preparedness Conditions, Bay H. Everett; Preventing Venereal Diseases in
Military Concentrations, C. A. Harper; Minnesota Venereal Disease Control
Program in Connection with Military Maneuvers, B. B. Sullivan; The Defense
Program in Alabama as It Relates to Social Hygiene, J. N. Baker.

December (Vol. 26, No. 9) Social Hygiene and National Defense II: A

Community Program:

Syphilis and Gonorrhea? A Discussion of Civilian Responsibility: I. The Problem
from the Army Viewpoint, George C. Dunham; II. From the Viewpoint of the
Navy, Charles S. Stephenson; 777. As the United States Public Health Service
Sees It, B. A. Vonderlehr; IV. The Problem from the Viewpoint of the Voluntary
Agency and the Community, Bascom Johnson ; Applied Common Sense in National
Defense, Bay Lyman Wilbur.

1941 January (Vol. 27, No. 1) Social Hygiene Day Number:
American Communities Face a New Challenge, Thomas A. Storey; A Church
Program for Defense Areas, Leland Foster Wood; New Jersey Takes Steps to
Insure the Welfare of Army Recruits; Syphilis The Deficit in Our Health
Defense Budget (Badio Talk), Florence S. Barris.

March (Vol. 27, No. 3) Anniversary Number:

Protecting Industry from Venereal Diseases, Warren F. Draper, M.D.; How the
Army Protects Soldiers from Syphilis and Gonorrhea, Arthur Parker Hitchens,
M.D. ; The Sexual Aspects of Military Personnel, Joel T. Boone, M.D.

April (Vol. 27, No. 4) Social Hygiene and National Defense III: An
Industrial Program:

Syphilis, Gonorrhea and National Defense Industries, Walter Clarke, M.D.; The
Control of the Venereal Diseases Among National Defense Workers, B. A. Von-
<lerlehr, M.D.; Protection of Soldiers, Sailors and Workers from Syphilis and
Gonorrhea: I. From the Standpoint of the Public Health Officer, Millard 0.
Hanson, M.D. ; II. The Citizen's Part, Bogers Deakin, M.D.; A Layman's View
of Social Hygiene and National Defense, Philip B. Mather ; Syphilis and Industry
in New Orleans, George E. Schneider.

May (Vol. 27, No. 5) Social Hygiene and National Defense IV: A Youth
Program :

Building Morale in the United States Army and Navy, Frederick H. Osborn,
Charles P. Taft, William H. Draper; Hasty Marriage and the Draft, Augusta J.
Street; A New Jersey Community Provides "Good Times in Good Company"
for Its Soldier Visitors, Baymond A. Schroth; Some National Defense Problems
of Universities and Colleges, Thomas A. Storey; National Defense and the
Nation's Youth, (Editorial);

June (Vol. 27, No. 6) Ninth Annual Library Number:

How Many People Have Syphilis? Charles Walter Clarke, Marie di Mario and
Mary S. Edwards; Stop Venereal Disease Sabotage Speech of Hon. John M.
Houston, before the 77th Congress.

October (Vol. 27, No. 7) Social Hygiene and National Defense V: The

Attack on Commercialized Prostitution:

Editorial, William F. Snow; An Address, Fiorello H. LaGuardia; The Prostitu-
tion Racket Today, Paul M. Kinsie; Laws Against Prostitution and Their Use,
George Gould; The May Bill Becomes a Law; Social Protection for Girls and
Women, Alice S. Clements; Prostitution Abatement in a Venereal Disease



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Control Program, G. F. McGinnes and Henry Packer; The Suppression of Com-
mercialized Prostitution in the City of Vancouver, Donald H. Williams; Mobiliza-
tion for Social Protection, Bascom Johnson.

December (Vol. 27, No. 9) Social Hygiene Day Number:

We Need Not Tolerate Prostitution, Bascom Johnson; Milestones in the March
Against Commercialized Prostitution; Division of Social Protection Announces
Program; Syphilis, the Worker, and National Defense, Carl F. Wilzbach.

Many of these articles are available in reprint form, and most large
library collections include the JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HYGIENE.



OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

A.S.H.A. Pamphlets

Pub. No. For Community Leaders and Professional Groups

Prostitution and the War. Philip S. Broughton. Public Affairs Pamphlet

No. 65. 10 cents.

A-304 Why Let It Burn? The case against the Ed-light District.
A-363 The Vice Problem and Defense. Bascom Johnson, 5^.
A-323 Defense on the Venereal Disease Front. Thomas Parran. 5^.
A-410 Social Hygiene and Touth in Defense Communities. M. A. Bigelow.
A-425 The Federal Fight Against Venereal Disease. Paul V. MeNutt.
A-426 The Navy Social Hygiene Program in Action. Boss T. Mclntyre.
A-430 No War Boom in Venereal Disease. William F. Snow. Survey Graphic

Reprint.

Exhibits

SOCIAL HYGIENE AND NATIONAL DEFENSE. Eight posters showing how syphilis
and gonorrhea threaten our armed forces, industrial workers and young
people, and how to combat and prevent these diseases. Miniature, 8% x 11,
10 cents a set, 80 cents a dozen sets. Wall size, 17 x 22, unmounted, $1 a
set; mounted and colored, $3. A.S.H.A.

THE ATTACK ON COMMERCIALIZED PROSTITUTION. Ten charts showing facts about
the racket of commercialized prostitution and how it may be broken up.
(Prices same as for exhibit above.)



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Journal

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A Special Number on Progress in Prevention and Control of
Venereal Disease among Industrial Workers



CONTENTS

Industry's Opportunity Walter W. R. May 69

Protecting Workers from Venereal Disease:

I. In Civilian Defense Industries James G. Townsend 78

II. In Government Defense Industries Ernest W. Brown 83

Combating Syphilis Among Cincinnati Industrial Workers W. H. Richardson 91

Cooperation of Industry with the Detroit Health Department

in Venereal Disease Control Clement Scott 94

Industrial Provisions for Syphilis Control Eileen McGrath 97

Syphilis Reporting and Wassermann Findings by States Lucile Hook Hamlin 103

Editorial:

Health Builds Manpower 108

Industrial Notes 110

Youth Notes 113

In and Out of the Newspapers 113

Book Review 115

Publications Received .. 116



Seventh National Social Hygiene Day
February 3, 1943



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