Knowing the cause and controlling it were still two different things.
Office of the Surgeon,
Camp Stotsenburg, P.I., Mch 31, 1917.
From: The Surgeon.
To. The Surgeon General, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C.
(Thru Department Surgeon.)
1. Collection of mosquitoes mailed, this date, to the Curator, Army Medical Museum, Washington, D.C.
2. 55 cases of malaria during the month, as follows:
3. Average strength of command: 2102.63
4. 2 cases of malaria, members of 15th Cav., casually at post, and 16 cases of civilians in addition to the above, during the month.
Major, Medical Corps.