| Massachusetts - 1897
...also quite plain that an estimate of population which may be applied in calculating the death-rate **in January and February cannot reasonably be applied...in November and December, since the annual increase** of the population, amounting in recent years to about 60,000 annually, is thus disregarded. Hence,... | |
| Massachusetts - 1895
...the mean daily number for the year. It is also quite plain that an estimate of population which may **be applied in calculating the death rate in January...in November and December, since the annual increase** of the population, amounting in recent years to about 70,000 annually, is thus disregarded. Hence,... | |
| Massachusetts. State Board of Health - 1895
...the mean daily number for the year. It is also quite plain that an estimate of population which may **be applied in calculating the death rate in January...in November and December, since the annual increase** of the population, amounting in recent years to about 70,000 annually, is thus disregarded. Hence,... | |
| Massachusetts. State Board of Health - 1897
...also quite plain that an estimate of population which may be applied in calculating the death-rate **in January and February cannot reasonably be applied...in November and December, since the annual increase** of the population, amounting in recent years to about 60,000 annually, is thus disregarded. Hence,... | |
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