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DEATHS DURING WEEK ENDED DECEMBER 23, 1922.

Summary of information received by telegraph from industrial insurance companies for

week ended December 23, 1972. and corresponding ruk 1921. (From the Weekly Health Inder, December 27, 1922, issued by the Burtau oj the Census, Department of Commerce.)

Policies in force.....
Vumber of death claims..
Death claims per 1,000 policies in force, annual rate......

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

December 23, 1922, infant mortality, annual death rate, and comparison with corresponding veek of 1921. (From the Makly Heal!h Inder, December 27, 1922, issued by the Bureau of the ('ensus, Department of Commerce.)

City:

Estimated
population
July 1,
19).

Week ended

Annual

Deaths under
Dec. 23, 1922. death

I year.
rate per

1,000,
corre:
Week

Corre-
Total Death sponding ended sponding
deaths. I rate, Week Dec. 23,' week

1921. 1922. 1921.

Infant niortalil y rate, Week ended Dec. 23, 1922.4

ان

Total.

27, 911, 985 7, 491 14.0 12.6 1,005 $26 Akron, Ohio..

3 208, 435 37 9.3

5.0
6

3 Albany, NY

37 16.6
18 6

92 Alanta, Ga.

220,047 59 11.0

18.6
10

6 Baltimore, Md.

762,22 224 15.3 11.9

20

23 Birmingham, Ala.

191, 017
13.6 15. 1

4

7 Boston, Mass

761,017 266 18,2

16.3
40

27

107 Bridgeport, Conn.

3143, 555 35 13. 1

10.9 Buffalo, NY 529, 163 126 12.4 11.6

20

79 Cambridge, Mass

110, 944 -10
188 1.3.6

3

137 Camden, N.J

121, 91.5 40 17.1

11.3

1 Chicago, ni.

2, 233, 288 76.5 14.1

12.2 101

10% Cincinnati, Ohio. 404, 105 141 18.5 14.3

9

X3 Cleveland, Ohio.

854, 565 195 11.9

9.4

24

47 Columbus, Ohio.

233, 455
17.7 11. X

9.3 Dallas, Ter.

171, 971

13.0
13.3
6

5 Dayton, Ohio.

161, X24
11.6 14.8

6

81 97 Denver, Colo.

267, 591
16.0 17.2

9 Detroit, Mich.

* 993, 678

12. 4

9.0
51
32

96 Duluth, Minn

104, 183
8.5

1

21 Erie, Pa..

109, 328

12.9
8.8
3

39 Fall River, Mass.

121), 790

14,2
9. 1
9

120 Flint, Mich..

111, 744
11.7

207 Fort Worth, Tex.

114, 717

10.9
12.6

3 Grand Rapids, Mich.

143, 372
13.4 11.4

77 Houston, Tex.

150, 087

9.7
9.0 12

4 Indianapolis, Ind.

333, 237
15.5 14.9 12

12

89 Jersey City, N.J.

30.5, 911
13. 3 11.4 12

15

77 Los Ángeles, Calif..

031, 966

15. 4
16.8
14
16

58 Louisville, Ky.

256, 577
13.8 16.3

1

11 Lowell, Mass.

114, 423

11. 4
19.3
4

6

66 Lynn, Mass.

101, 673
13. S

4

101 Memphis, Tenn.

167, 562

19.6
18.3
5

7 Milwaukee, Wis.

476, 603
11.7

19
14

92 Minneapolis, Minn.

400,970

12.0 10.9 Vashville, Tenn.

122.32
17.8 14.5

2 New Bedford, Mass..

127, 542

11. 4
9.6

3

114 New Haven, Conn..

169,987 29 8.9
12.8

61 New Orleans, La..

399, 616 131 17.1

18.5 20

12 New York, N. Y

5, $39, 746
13.0 12.1 190

179

74 Bronx Borough 809, 536 158 10.2 10.1

9

49 Brooklyn Borough. 2, 117, 164 493 12. 1 11.2

71 Manhattan Borough.

2, 271, SS8 670

1
15.4 13.7 89

86

83 Queens Borough.

516, 757 93

11.2

7
13

38 Richmond Borough 124, 401 39 15. 9 12.0

9

1

165 Newark, N. J......

1181
14.3 11.5 20

12 | Annual rate per 1,000 population. * Deaths under 1 year per 1,000 births-an annual rate based on deaths under 1 year for the week and births for 1921. Cities left blank are not in the registration area for births. • Enumerated population Jan. 1, 1920. 24396°/

-234-2

7. 1

1, 452

431, 792

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

December 23, 1922, infant mortality, annual death rate, and comparison with corresponding week of 1911. (From the Wetkily Health Index, December 27, 1922, issued by the Bureau of the ('ensus, Department of Commerce)---Continued.

City.

Estimated population July 1, 1922.

Week ended

Annual
Deaths under

Infant
Dec. 23, 1922. death

1
year.

morrate per

tality 1,00),

rate, corre

Week Corre week Total Death sponding ended sponding ended deaths. rate. wcek

Dec 23, week Dec. 23, 1921. 1922 1921. 1922.2

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Norfolk, Va.
Oakland, Calif.
Omaha, Nebr
Paterson, V. J.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa..
Portland, Oreg
Providence, R.I.
Richmond, Va.
Rochester, X. Y
St. Louis, Mo..
St. Paul, Minn.
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Antonio, Ter
San Francisco, Calir.
Seattle, Wash
Springfield, Mass.
Syracuse, Ń. Y
Tacoma, Wash.
Toledo, Ohio.
Trenton, NJ
Washington, D. (
Worcester, Mass.
Yonkers, N. Y
Youngstown, Ohio.

9.9 12.7 12. 4 6.4 13. 2 14.5 12.6 13. 1 13.4 10.1 12.5 10.5 12.0

69

124, 915 233, 279 200, 739

13,521
1, 204,500

607.902
269, 240
241,011
178, 365
311, 548
797, 0108
239,36
123, 918
179, (156

529, 792
3315, 312

140, 0.52 181, 012 100, 369 260, 717

123, 075 3 437, 571

188, 449 105, 422 144,970

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65 92

27

5 9 19 7 6 13 12 3 9 8 1 4

110

15.3

12

9.3

72
48
38
20
58

15.4
9.7

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1 Annual rate per 1000 population. 2 Deaths under 1 year per 1000 births-an annual rate based on deaths under 1 year for the week and births for 1921. Cites leit blank are not in the registration area for births.

3 Enumerated population Jan, 1, 1920.

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

Reports for Week Ended December 30, 1922.

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Actinomycosis..
Chicken pox..
Dengue....
Diphtheria...
Dysentery (bacillary).
Hookworm disease.
Influenza.
Malaria.
Measles.
Mumps..
Pneumonia..
Scarlet fever...
Septic sore throat.
Smallpox..
Trachoma..
Tuberculosis (pulmonary).
Typhoid fever..
Whooping cough.

Dengue.. Diphtheria. Poliomyelitis. Scarlet fever Smallpox... Typhoid fever.

8 42 1 9 14 24

25
10
2
1
1
8

4

6 7 13 2 2 8

2

2
1
1

125 104

1

215 192 14 13

ILLINOIS. Cerebrospinal meningitis: Cook County (including Chicago).

Chicago...
Jefferson County.
Diphtheria:
Cook County (including Chicago).

Chicago..
Lake County.
Macon County
Madison County

Scattering.
Influenza.
Pneumonia.
Poliomyelitis-Rock Island County.
Scarlet fever:
('ook County (including Chicago).

Chicago.
Madison County.
Morgan County.
Peoria County.
Stephenson County..

Scattering.
Smallpox....
Typhoid fever...
Whooping cough..

2 82

1 91 17

2 130

2 05 1

138

46 531

1

MAINE.
Chicken pox.
Pneumonia.
Scarlet sever.
Tuberculosis.
Typhoid fever.
Whooping cough.

MARYLAND.
Chicken pox.
Diphtheria.
Dysentery.
German measles
Influenza....
Lethargic encephalitis.
Measles.
Mumps.
Ophthalmia neonatorum.
Pneumcnia (all forms).
Poliomyelitis.
Scarlet lever
Smallpox..
Tuberculosis.
Typhoid fever.
Whooping cough.

MASSACHUSETTS.
Cerebrospinal meningitis.
Chicken pox..
Conjunctivitis (suppurative).
Diphtheria..
German measles.
Influenza.
Lethargic encephalitis.
Measles..
Mumps..
Ophthalmia neonatorum.
Pneumonia (lobar).
Poliomyelitis.
Scarlet fever.
Septie sore throat.
Trachoma.
Tuberculosis (all forins).
Typhoid lever.
Whooping cough.

100 83

9 76

8

10
18

8 131 31 23 190

INDIANA

2 195

7 229

6 83

2 712 137

13 170

2 234

4 1

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MISSISSIPPI. Dengue.. Diphtheria.. Influenza.. Scarlet sever.. Smallpox.. Typhoid fever.

MISSOURI. Cerebrospinal meningitis.. Chicken pox......... Diphtheria.. Epidemic sore throat Influenza.. Pneumonia. Scarlet fever. Smallpox.. Trachoma Tuberculosis. Typhoid fever. Whooping cough.

1 5 52

5 167

6 78 10

4 172 60

4 354 2N0

1 270

1 21 223

4

2

64

7

47

5 81

16 23 2 2

67

NEW YORK.
(Exclusive of New York City.)
Cerebrospinal meningitis.
Diphtheria.
Influenza.
Lethargic encephalitis.
Measles.
Pneumonia.
Poliomyelitis.
Scarlet lever..
Smallpos...
Typhoid fever.
Whooping cough

NORTH CAROLINA.
Chicken pox.
Diphtheria..
German measles.
Measles....
Scarlet fever...
Septic sore throat.
Smallpox...
Typhoid fever..
Whooping cough

OREGON.
Cerebrospinal meningitis..
Chickenpox..
Diphtheria:

Portland,

Scattering Influenza. Measles. Pneumonia. Scarlet fever. Smallpor:

Polk County

Scattering Tuberculosis. Whooping cough.

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1 38

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MONTANA.
Diphtheria..
Scarlet fever..
Smallpox..
Typhoid fever.

NEBRASKA.
Cerebrospinal meningitis-York County.......
Chicken pox.
Diphtheria:

Omaha.
Ord.

Scattering.
German measles.
Influenza..
Lethargic encephalitis Omaha'.
Measles..
Mumps..
Pneumonia.
Scarlet ferer:

Omaha..
York County.

Scattering.. 1 Deaths,

8

25

8 8 13

47 1 2 5

16 26

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