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Cases of influenza reported weekly by telegraph by State health officers, December 17, 1929,

to January 6, 1923, and corresponding periods of preceding years.

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New England States:
Maine

1923.
1922
1921

1920.
Massachusetts

1923. 1922. 1921

1920.
Connecticut-

1923..
1922
1921

1920.
Middle Atlantic States:
New York-

1923.
1922.
1921

1920.
New Jersey-

1933. 1922 1921,

1920.
East North Central
States:
Minois

1923.
1922
1921.

1920.
Wisconsin-

1923.
1922
1921

1920.
West North Central
States:
Minnesota

1923.
1922

1921
Missouri

1923.
1922.

1921
South Dakota-

1923.
1922.
1921

1920. Nebraska

1923. 1922. 1921

1920. kansas

1923 1922 1921.

1920.
South Atlantic States:
Delaware-

1923.
1922
1921

1920).
Maryland

1923.
1922.
1921.
1920

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South Atlantic States
Continued.
District of Columbia

1923.
1922.
1921

1920.
West Virginia

1923.

1922
South Carolina-

1923.

1922 Georgia-

1923 1922. 1921.

1920.
Florida

1923
1922
1921

1920.
East South Central
States:
Kentucky-

1923.
1922.
1921.

1920.
Alabama-

1923.
1922

1920.
Mississippi

1923.

1922. West South Central States: Arkansas

1923. 1922. 1921

1920.
Louisiana

1923.
1922,
1921.

1920.
Texas-

1923. 1922, 1921.

1920. Mountain States: Colorado

1923.
1922

1921
New Mexico

1923.
1922.
1421

1920. Pacific States: Oregon

1923.
1922.

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California

1923.
1922
1921.
1920

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DEATH RATES IN A GROUP OF INSURED PERSONS.

COMPARISON OF DEATH RATES FOR PRINCIPAL CAUSES, SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER,

1922, AND OCTOBER AND YEAR, 1921.

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The following figures show the decline in the death rate from
typhoid fever among the industrial policyholders of the company in
American and Canadian cities during the 12-year period 1911–1922,
and evidence the fact that modern sanitary science is conquering
typhoid. The death rate from this disease in this group of persons
shows practically an uninterrupted decline from 22.8 per 100,000 in
1911 to 6.7 in 1920 and 1921, and to 5.9 (estimated) in 1922,

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During the 10-year period 1911–1921 the death rate from malaria among the policyholders of the industrial department of the company has declined at an average yearly rate of 15per cent, as follows:

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Summary of information received by telegraph from industrial insurance companies for

week ended December 30, 1922, and corresponding week of 1921. (From the Weekly Ilcalih Index, January 1, 1923, issued by the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.)

Week ended Corresponding

Dec. 30, 1922. week, 1921. Policies in force....

51, 541, 201 47, 852, 588 Number of death claims..

11, 409

9, 643 Death claims per 1,000 policies in force, annual rate.

11.5

10.5

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

December 30, 1922, infant mortality, annual death rate, and comparison with corresponding ucek of 1921. (From the Weekly Health Index, January 4, 1923, issued by the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.)

City

Estimated
population

July 1,
1922.

Week ended Annual Deaths under

Infant Dec. 30, 1922. death

1 year

morrate per

tality 1,000,

rate, corre

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

Dec. 30,

week

Dec. 30, 1921. 1922, 1921. 1922,2

7, 540

Total........

27,996, 656
14.0 13.0 974

834 Akron, Ohio..

8 208, 435 44 11.0

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99 Albany, NY 116, 223 35 15.7 17.7

1 Atlanta, Ga..

220, 017 S6 20.4

183

8 Baltimore, Md. 762, 222 243 16.6 14.0

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107 Birmingham, Ala.

191,017

16.4
16.2

7 Boston, Mass.

764,017 2.51 17.1

14.7

27

78 Bridgeport, Conn.

3143, 355 30 10.9 13. 1 Buffalo, NY.

528, 163 130 12. S.

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102 Cambridge, Mass.

110,944
19.3 15. 1

7

3 120 1 Annual rate per 1.000 population.

* Deaths under i vear per 1,000 births-an annual rate based on caths under 1 year for the week and Fits for 1921. Cities left blank are not in the registration area for births.

linumerated population Jan. 1, 1920.

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

December 30, 1922, infant mortality, annual death rate, and comparison with corre, sponding week of 1921. (From the Weekly Health Index, January 4, 1923, issued by the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce )-Continued.

City.

Estimated population July 1, 1922.

Week ended

Annual

Deaths under Infant Dec. 30, 1922. death

1 year.

morrate per

tality 1,000,

rate, corre Week Corre week Total Death sponding ended sponding.ended deaths. rate. week Dec. 30, week Dec. 30,

1921.

1922. 1921. 1922,

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('amden, N.J.
Chicago, ju.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland, Ohio.
Columbus, Ohio.
Dallas, Tex.
Dayton, Ohio.
Den ver, Colo.
Detroit, Mich.
Duluth, Minn
Erie, Pa..
Fall River, Mass.
Flint, Mich..
Fort Worth, Tex
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Houston, Tex
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jersey City, N. J.
Kansas City, Kans.
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

Bronx Borough.
Brooklyn Borough.
Manhattan Borough.
Queens Borough..

Richmond Borough.
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 Antonio, Tex.
San Francisco, Calif.
Seattle, Wash
Spokane, Wash..
Springfield, Mass.
Syracuse, Ń. Y
Tacoma, Wash..
Toledo, Ohio.
Trenton, N.J.
Washington, D.C
Wilmington, Del.
Worcester, Mass.
Yonkers, N. Y

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404, 465 834,565 253, 455 171, 974 161, 524 267, 591 3 993,678

104, 183 109, 528 120, 790 111, 794 114, 717 113, 572 150.087 333, 257 30.5, 911 113, 01 034, 866 236,77 114, 123 167, 862 176,603 400.970 120,332 127.542 169, 987

399,616 5,839,716

809, 536 2, 117, 164 2, 271,888

516, 757 121, 401 431,792 124.915 233, 279 200, 739

138,521 1,891,500

607, 902 269, 210 241, 011 178, 365 311, 548 795, 00S 239, 436 123,918 178, 056 529, 792 3315,312

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* Enumerated population Jan. 1, 1920.

PREVALENCE OF DISEASE.

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

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

UNITED STATES.

CURRENT STATE SUMMARIES.

Reports for Week Ended January 6, 1923.

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

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