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DEATHS DURING WEEK ENDED MAY 27, 1922. Summary of information received by telegraph from industrial insurance companies for

weck ended May 27, 1922, and corresponding week, 1921. (From the Weekly Health Index, May 31, 1922, issued by the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.)

Week ended Correspondiss

May 27, 1922. week, 1922 Policies in force.....

49,911, 994 46, 990, 382 Number of death claims...

9,088

7,671 Death claims per 1,000 policies in force, annual rate..

9.5

8.5 Deaths from all causes in certain large cities of the United States during the week ended

May 27, 1922, infant mortality, annual death rate, and comparison with corresponding week of 1921. (From the Weekly Health Index, May 31, 1922, issued by the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.)

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Week ended

Annual Deaths under
May 27, 1922.

death 1 year.

rate per Estimated

1,000, population

сого- Week Corre Week July 1, 1922. Total Death sponding ended sponding ended deaths. rate. week, May 27, week, May 27, 1921. 1922. 1921.

1922*

Total.......

26, 861, 831

12.0 12.4 739 846 Akron, Ohio.. 3 208, 435 25 6.3 3.6

6

5 Albany, N. Y 116, 223 45 20.2 19.0

3 Atlanta, Ga.

220, 047 59

14.0
13.1 14

9 Baltimore, Md.

762, 222 204

14.0 13.3 15 Birmingham, Ala.

21 191, 017 45 12.3 16.5 Boston, Mass. 764, 017 173 11.8 14.7 18

30 Bridgeport, Conn.

8 143, 555 36 13.1 12.9 Buffalo, NY

528, 163 125 12.3 12,1 19 Cambridge, Mass.

23
110, 944

19
8.9 18.4

4 Camden, NJ

121, 915 29 12.4

10.3
6

5 Chicago, Ill..

2, 833, 288 577 10.6

12.8 67 Cincinnati, Ohio.

116
404, 865 120 15.5

14.0
9

8
Cleveland, Ohio.
854, 003 163 10.0 10.4

30 Columbus, Ohio

253, 455 62 12.8 14.5 Dallas, Tex.. 171, 974 40 12.1 14.2

5 Dayton, Ohio.

161, 824 32 10.3 9.9 Denver, Colo.

6 267, 591 69 13.4 16.2 Fall River, Mass.

120, 790 28 12.1 22.5 Fort Worth, Tex

114, 717 24 10.9 Grand Rapids, Mich.

143, 572 29 10.5 13.7 Houston, Tex.

150, 087 34 11.8

13.0 Indianapolis, Ind.

333, 257

12.5 13.0 Jersey City, N.J.

305, 911 60 10.2

12.4 Kansas City, Kans.

12 105, 688 27 13.3 14.6 Kansas City, Mo..

343, 988 96 14.6 12.4 Los Angeles, Calif.

634, 866 163 13.4 13.2 Louisville, Ky...

236, 877 75 16.5 17.4 Lowell, Mass

114, 423 35 16.0

9.6 Memphis, Tenn.

167, 862 65 20.2 22.7 Milwaukee, Wis.

476, 603

9. 2 11.9 Minneapolis, Minn..

400, 970

9.5

8.9 Nashville, Tenn.

122,832

10. 2 Now Bedford, Mass.

10.3

4 127,542 20

8.2

11.3 New Haven, Conn..

169, 987

42

12.9 11.9 10 New Orleans, La

399, 616 131 17.1 17.7 13 New York, N. Y.

5, 839, 746 1,384 12.4 11.0 162 Newark, N. J..

431, 792 98 11.8

10.4 11 Norfolk, Va.

124,915

9.6
9.9

3
Oakland, Calif.
233, 279 45 10.1 10.4

3 Omaha, Nebr.. 200, 739 41 10.6 15.3

3 Paterson, NJ 138, 521 28 10.5 121

4 Philadelphia, Pa.

1, 894,500 442 12.2

11.1 Pittsburgh, Pa.

607, 902 149 12.8 14.5 Portland, Oreg

269, 240 57 11.0 14.0 Providence, R.I.

241,011 59 12,8 15.9 Richmond, Va.

178, 365 43 12.6

16.6 Rochester, N. Y

311, 548 64 10.7 8.9 * Annual rato per 1,000 population.

Deaths under 1 year per 1,000 births--an annual rate based on deaths under 1 year for the weekend estimatc.births for 1921. Cities left blank are not in the registration arca for birt.s.

» Eluaerated population Jan. 1, 1920.

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Deaths from all causes in certain large cities of the United States during the week ended

May 27, 1922, infant mortality, annual death rate, and comparison with corresponding week of '1921.' (From the Weekly Health Index, May 31, 1922, issued by the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.) Continued.

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PREVALENCE OF DISEASE.

No health department, State or local, can effectively prevent or control disease without

knowledge of when, where, and under what conditions cases are occurring.

UNITED STATES.

CURRENT STATE SUMMARIES.

Telegraphic Reports for Week Ended June 3, 1922.

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These reports are preliminary, and the figures are subject to change when later returns are received by
the State health officers,
ALABAMA.
Cases.

COLORADO
Chicken pox.
Diphtheria...

7

(Exclusive of Denver.) Hookworm disease.

34

Chicken pox.. Malaria.

25

Diphtheria. Measles..

4

Measles..
Pellagra.

12
Mumps...

2 Poliomyelitis..

4

Pneumonia..
Scarlet sever...

8
Scarlet fever.

8 Smallpox....

13

Smallpox.. Tuberculosis.

27

Tuberculosis. Typhoid fever..

16 Whooping cough

11

CONNECTICUT.
ARKANSAS.

Botulism...
Chicken pox..

7

Chicken pox. Diphtheria.

1

Diphtheria: Influenza..

6

Bridgeport. Malaria...

73

New Haven..
Measles..

2
Scattering..

3 Pellagra.

German measles. Smallpox..

5

Measles:
Trachoma

1
Bridgeport.

14 Tuberculosis..

10

East Windsor. Typhoid fever

20

Greenwich. Whooping cough

15

Hartford..
CALIFORNIA.

New Haven.

Stamford.. Cerebrospinal meningitis:

Suffield...
San Francisco..

1
West Haven

I! Diphtheria..

106

Scattering. Influenza

13

Mumps..... Lethargic encephalitis:

Pneumonia (lobar).. San Diego..

1

Scarlet fover: San Francisco.

1 Measles....

41

Bridgeport. Poliomyelitis:

Scattering. San Diego.

1

Smallpox....... Scarlet fever..

68 Tuberculosis (all forms). Smallpox....

18 Typhoid fever... Typhoid fever.

12 Whooping cough..

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Cases.

I 7 17 27 1 1 5 10

Cerebrospinalmeningitis....
Diphtheria...
Influenza...
Malaria....
Paratyphoid sever.
Pneumonia...
Smallpox.....
Typhoid fever.

GEORGIA.
Cerebrospinal meningitis..
Chicken pox..
Diphtheria..
Dysentery (amebic).
Dysentery (bacillary).
Hookworm discase.
Influenza...
Malaria...
Measles.
Mumps..
Pellagra.
Pneumonia..
Poliomyelitis.
Scarlet lever..
Septic sore throat.
Smallpox...
Tuberculosis (pulmonary)..
Typhoid fever....
Whooping cough..

Chicken pox.. Diphtheria... German measles.. Influenza....... Lethargic encephalitis. Malaria... Measles.. Mumps.. Ophthalmia neonatorum. Paratyphoid fever. Pneumonia (all forms).. Poliomyelitis..... Scarlet lever.. Septic sore throat. Tuberculosis.. Typhoid fever. Whooping cough.

Casos.

43 18 4 6 4

3 287 146

1 2 31

1 22

1 S9

2 25 8

16
17

5
36

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INDIANA. Cerebrospinal meningitis:

Jefferson County..
Diphtheria..
Scarlet sever.
Smallpox....
Typhoid fever.

1 37 37 54 7

128

1 2

1 161

9 69

IOWA.

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Diphtheria...
Scarlet lever
Smallpox...

KANSAS.
Cerebrosponal meningitis.
Chicken pox..
Diphtheria.
Influenza.
Malaria..
Measles.
Mumps..
Pneumonia.
Scarlet fever.
Smallpox..
Tuberculosis..
Typhoid fever.
Whooping cough.

LOUISIANA.
Diphtheria..
Influenza..
Malaria..
Measles.
Pellagra..
Scarlet fever
Smallpox....
Typhoid fever.

* Week ended Friday.

4 12 23

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MISSOURI. Chicken pox. Diphtheria.. Epidemic sore throat.. Measles... Mumps.. Ophthalmia neonatorum. Pneumonia.. Scarlet fever.. Smallpox..... Trachoma.. Tuberculosis.. Typhoid fever.. Whooping cough..

42 32

6 37 6 1 9 15 5 7 59 3 8

31

8 2 10 10

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