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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 9, 1923—Continued.

DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS-Continued.

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Montana:

Billings. Great Falls. Helena.

Missoula. Nebraska:

Lincoln

Omaha.
Nevada:

Reno.
New Hampshire:

Berlin.
Dover..
Keene.
Manchester

Nashua
New Jersey:

Asbury Park.
Atlantic City
Bayonne.
Bloomfield.
Clifton.
East Orange
Elizabeth.
Garfield.
Hackensack.
Harrison.
Hoboken..
Jersey City
Kearny.
Long Branch,
Montclair..
Morristown.
Newark,
Orange..
Passaic..
Paterson.
Phillipsburg.
Plainheld.
Summit..
Trenton..
Union (town).
West Hoboken.
West New York,

West Orange.
New Mexico:

Albuquerque..
New York:

Albany..
Amsterdam
Buffalo.
Cohoes
Dunkirk
Geneva.
Hornell.
Hudson.
Ithaca...
Jamestown..
Lackawanna
Little Falls..
Lockport..
Middletown.
Mount Vernon.
New York.
Newburgh.
Niagara Falls.
North Tonawanda.
Peekskill..
Plattsburg.
Rochester..
Pulmonary tuberculosis only.

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CITY REPORTS FOR WEEK ENDED JUNE 9, 1923-Continued.

DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS-Continued.

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22,082
18,811
10, 425
13, 104
87,091
15, 831
401, 247
796, 841
237, 031

10, 847
152, 559
27, 292
11, 237
17, 021
12, 468
12, 683
14,706
41,326
37, 295
27, 824
27, 891
11, 634
23, 594
10, 718
26, 718
13, 080
24, 966
15, 044
10,305
22,897
60, 840
243, 164
132,358
29, 569

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New York-Continued.

Saratoga Springs
Schenectady..
Syracuse.
Troy.
White Plains.

Yonkers,
North Carolina:

Durham.
Greensboro..
Raleigh..
Rocky Mount..
Salisbury:

Winston-Salem..
North Dakota;

Grand Forks.
Ohio:

Akron..
Ashtabula.
Barberton..
Bucyrus,
Cambridge.
Canton..
Chillicothe.
Cincinnati.
Cleveland
Columbus.
Coshocton.
Dayton...
East Cleveland,
East Youngstown..
Findlay..
Fremont.
Kenmore.
Lancaster
Lima..
Lorain
Mansfield.
Marion.
Martins Ferry..
Middletown.
New Philadelphia.
Newark.
Niles..
Norwood,
Piqua...
Salam.
Sandusky
Springfield.
Toledo.
Youngstown.

Zanesville.
Oklahoma:

Oklahoma.

Tulsa.. Oregon:

Portland
Pennsylvania:

Allentown.
Altoons.
Ambridge.
Beaver Falls
Berwick.
Bethlehem.
Bradlord
Bristol
Canonsburg
Carbondale.
Carlisle.
Carnegie
Chambersburg..
Chester
Coatesville..
Dickson..

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DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS-Continued.

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Pennsylvania—Continued.

Donora..
Dubois.
Duquesne.
Easton.
Erie.
Farrell
Greensburg
Harrisburg.
Hazleton.
Homestead..
Jeannette..
Johnstown.
Lancaster
Lebanon
McKees Rocks
McKeesport.
Meadville.
Monessen.
Mount Carmel.
Nanticoke..
New Castle..
New Kensington.
Norristown.
North Braddock
Oil City...
Philadelphia
Phoenixville
Pittsburgh..
Plymouth.
Pottstown.
Reading.
Scranton.
Shamokin.
Sharon.
Shenandoah.
Steelton...
Sunbury
Swissvale
Tamaqua.
Uniontown..
Warren.
Washington..
West Chester.
Wilkes-Barre.
Wilkinsburg.
Williamsport.
Woodlawn.

York..
Rhode Island:

Cranston..
Cumberland (town).
East Providence (town).
Newport..
Pawtucket.

Providence.
South Carolina:

Charleston.
Columbia.

Greenville.
South Dakota:

Sioux Falls.
Tennessee:

Knoxville.
Memphis..

Nashville.
Texas:

Amarillo.
Beaumont..
El Paso..
Fort Worth
Galveston..

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Texas-Continued.

Houston.
San Antonio.

Waco..
Utah:

Provo.

Salt Lake City.
Vermont:

Barre.
Burlington.

Rutland
Virginia:

Alexandria..
Charlottesville.
Danville.
Lynchburg..
Norfolk
Petersburg.
Richmond.

Roanoke.
Washington:

Seattle.
Spokane.

Tacoma,
West Virginia:

Bluefield..
Clarksburg..
Fairmont.
Huntington.
Morgantown.
Parkersburg.

Wheeling..
Wisconsin:

Appleton..
Ashland..
Beloit..
Eau Claire.
Fond du Lac.
Green Bay
Janesville
Kenosha.
Madison..
Manitowoc.
Marinette.
Milwaukee.
Oshkosh..
Racine..
Sheboygan..
Stevens Point.
Superior
Waukesha
Wausau.

West Alis.
Wyoming:

Cheyenne.

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FOREIGN AND INSULAR.

AUSTRIA.

Births and Deaths, 1910-1922.

The figures given in the table below were furnished by the vital statistics bureau of the city of Vienna. They show very vividly the effect of the World War on the birth and death rates in that city.

In 1915, the second year of the war, the death rate increased considerably, and it continued increasing with each new hardship and privation of war until 1918, in which year it reached its highest point, 51,497 deaths (as compared with 32,314 in 1913). In 1915 the number of births decreased to 31,686, and fell to 21,127 in 1918, the year of the highest death rate.

Improvement of conditions was noted in 1919, the first post-war year, with 40,932 deaths and 27,451 births. In 1921 the number of births again exceeded the deaths, as was also the case in 1922.

Among the causes of death, tuberculosis ranks first, with 11,531 deaths in 1918 (about 22 per cent of the total) and 5,552 deaths in 1922 (about 19 per cent of the total). Influenza, which raged in many parts of the world in 1918, also added heavily to the extraordinary death rate in Vienna in 1918.

In 1910 the population of Vienna was 2,031,498, as compared with 1,841,326 in 1920. In 1916 the population was 2,220,511.

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Decrease in Mortality from Tuberculosis. A statement made, May 21, 1923, by the president of the London (Ontario) Health Association shows that, according to the Dominion of Canada census of 1901, the deaths from pulmonary tuberculosis

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