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Deaths and death rates from organic diseases of the heart in the registration area (erclusive

of Hawaii), and in the registration States, 1916-1920.

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124, 143 111,579 124, 669 Registration States (1916) .... 103, 761 94, 243 107,500 California...

6,346

5,999 Colorado

994 832 991 Couceticut.

2,084 1,868 2,176 Delaware.

368 317 Florida (total).

954 817 (3) White

651 512 (clored.

303 30.5 Illinois.

8,542 9,500 Indiana.

4,350

4,024 4,777 kansas.

1,652 1,993 Kentucky (total)

2, 122 2,059

2,369 White

1,692 1,607 1,800 Colored.

430 Louisiana (total).

1,941 1, XS6 2,121 White

1,017 936

1,020 Colored.

950 1, 101 Maine.

1, 430

1.330 1, 454 Maryland (total)

2, 407 2, 233 2, X20 White

1,690 2, 121 ('olored.

537

543 699 Massachusetts.

7, 569
6,926

8, 167 Michigan).

5,045 5,576 Minnesota

2,732 2,165 2,661 Mississippi (total).

1, 222

(8) White

472 ('olored.

961

750 Missouri.

4.0.7
3, 408

3,983 Montana.

428

448 477 Nebraska. New Hampshire.

90s

921 New Jersey

5,081 New York (total).

4,679

5,414 19, 961 18,591

20.050 White

19, 375 | 18, 128 20. 227 ('olored.

386 463 453 North Carolina (total)

2, 403 2, C61 2. 445 White

1.274 Colorad.

555 787 922 Ohio..

8,335

7,694 8,596 Oregon.

1,139 1,000 982 Pennsylvania (total).

12. 406 1), 500 13, 8.32 White.

11. gs 10.980) 13, 238 (olored

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614 Rhode Island.

97.3

1,048 South Carolina (total).

1,641 1. 343 1,341 White

763 175 670 Colored.

75

871 Teules (total)

2,018 1.925 2,119 White

1,375

1.333 1, 423 Colored..

392 696 ('tah

391 471 Vermont

N05 727 Virginia (total).

2, 496 2,777

3,061 White

1,786 1,570 1,29 Colored.

1,110 1,007 1,232 Washington.

1, 405 Wisconsin.

3,0.33 2,632 2,725

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MORTALITY FROM TUBERCULOSIS, 1920. The Bureau of the Census announces that nearly 100,000 deaths were due to tuberculosis in the death registration area of the United States in 1920, and if the rest of the United States had as many deaths from this cause in proportion to the population, the total number of deaths from tuberculosis in the entire United States for 1920 was about 122,000, whereas for 1919 the number is estimated as 132,000, or 10,000 more than for 1920.

The trend of the tuberculosis death rate is downward. In the registration area of the 33 States which show rates for more than one year, 29 in the following table show their lowest rates for the year 1920. The tuberculosis death rate in the registration area in 1920 was 114.2 per 100,000 population, against 125.6 per 100,000 population for the year 1919.

To permit better interstate comparisons for the year 1920, adjusted rates based on the standard million population have been calculated. The highest adjusted tuberculosis rate for 1920 is 215.7 per 100.000 population for the State of Colorado, and the lowest is 40.8 per 100,000 population for the adjoining State of Utah. The high rate for Colorado is evidence not of unhealthfulness of climate, but of the attractiveness of the Colorado climate to persons afflicted with tuberculosis.

For the States in which at least 10 per cent of the population was colored, adjusted rates have been calculated separatory for the white and colored populations. In this group of States the highest adjusted tuberculosis rate for the white population is 137.6 per 100,000 for Kentucky, and the highest adjusted rate for the colored population is 354.9 per 100,000 population for the same State. The lowest adjusted tuberculosis rate for the white population is 54.2 for Mississippi, and the lowest for the colored population is 175.2 per 100.000 population for Florida.

Deaths and death rates from tuberculosis (all forms) in the registration area (exclusive of

Hawaii) and in the registration States, 1916-1920.

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Colorado..
Connecticut.
Delaware.
Florida (total).

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Colored.
Illinois..
Indiana.
Kansas
Kentucky (total).

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White.

Colored. Maine. Maryland (total).

White.

Colored. Massachusetts. Michigan. Minnesota.. Mississippi (total)

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Montana.
Nebraska.
New Hampshire.
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79, 489 86,070 100, 946 (1)
5, 555 5, 910 6,094 147.6
2,134 2,005 2, 229 215.7
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67.7 532

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54.2 1, 477 1, 948

213.4 3,644 3,984 4,891

102.5 419 450

70.2 361 (*)

42.9 430 4.13

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4, 817 110.7 12, 631 14,339 17, 113 114.5 II, 848 13, 382 16, 149 109.6

956 964 372.3 3,004 3,110 3, 475 131.8 1, 491 1,721 1,649 1,513 1, 399 1, 825 220,2 5,975 6,39 7,634 99.1

703 704 673 86.2 9, 213 10,327 12,008 104.0 8, 267 9, 334 11, 746 96.7

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175. 2 2, 4.51 2, 376 2, 817 120.3 1, 109 1,562 1, 969 315,5

177 200 209 40.8

258 321 369 77.7 3,319 3, 445 4,170

151.9 1, 315 1,567 1, 996 100.6 1,774 1,878 2, 174 270.0 1, 346 1,387 1, 371 93.6 2, 267 2, 202 2, 440

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> Juicluding the District of Columbia.
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Deaths from all causes in certain large cities of the United States during the week ended

Dec. 31, 1921, infant mortality, annual death rate, and comparison with corresponding week of preceding years. (From the Weckly Health Index, Jan. 3, 1922, issued by the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.)

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Akron, Ohio.. Albany, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga.. Baltimore, Md. Birmingham, Ala. Boston, Mass. Bridgeport, Conn. Buffalo, NY Cambridge, Mass. Camden, N.J. Chicago, Ill. Cincinnati, Ohio. Cleveland, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio. Dallas, Tex.. Dayton, Ohio. Denver, Colo. Detroit, Mich. Fall River, Mass. Fort Worth, Tex. Grand Rapids, Mich. Houston, Tex Indianapolis, Ind.. Jersey City, NJ Kansas City, Kans. Kansas City, Mo. Los Angeles, Calif. Louisville, Ky.. Lowell, Mass. Memphis, Tenn. Milwaukee, Wis. Minneapolis, Minn.. Nashville, Tenn. New Bedford, Mass. New Haven, Conn. New Orleans, La. New York, N. Y Newark, N J.. Norfolk, Va. Oakland, Calif. Omaha, Nebr. Paterson, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Portland, Oreg. Providence, R.I. Richmond, Va. Rochester, N. Y St. Louis, Mo.. St. Paul, Minn Salt Lake City, Utah. San Francisco, Calif. Seattle, Wash Spokane, Wash. Springfield, Mass. Syracuse, NY Toledo, Ohio. Trenton, NJ Washington, DC Wilmington, Del. Worcester, Mass Yonkers, N. Y. Youngstown, Ohio.

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! Annual rate per 1,000 population. ?"A" indicates data for the corresponding week of the years 1913 to 1917, inclusive. "C" indicates data for the corresponding week of the year 1920.

* Deaths under 1 year per 1,000 births an annual rate based on deaths under 1 year for the week and estimated births for 1920. Cities left blank are not in the registration area for births.

+ Data based on statistics of 1915, 1916, and 1917.

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