Annual Report ... Including the ... Annual Registration Report

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Page 4 - Statistics and for the annual registration reports ever since any systematic methods of estimating populations have been made use of. While all methods of estimating populations are more or less liable to error, especially when there are long intervals between census enumerations, investigation has...
Page 26 - Accurate vital statistics are considered absolutely essential instruments of modern sanitary progress, and no class of information collected under this head is of such paramount importance as the knowledge of the mortality from individual diseases and groups of diseases. A tabular exhibition of the deaths and death rates from each cause of death in Michigan for the year...
Page 136 - Females [Totals Males [Females [Totals Males (Females {Totals Males Females [Totals... . Males [Females (Totals \ Males Females (Totals... \ Males 1 F™.U. (Totals... j Males i Females Totals...
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Page 26 - The most important part of a registration report consists of the statistics relating especially to individual causes of death because, without a knowledge of the prevalence of different diseases, intelligent efforts cannot be made for their restriction and prevention on the part of sanitary officers; or, if such efforts are made, it cannot be definitely known what measures of success or failure they have attained. Accurate vital statistics are considered absolutely essential instruments of modern...
Page 30 - Diseases of the stomach . . . Diarrhea and enteritis (under 2 years) Diarrhea and enteritis . (over 2 years...
Page 1 - ... and to serve as an introduction to the more detailed study of the statistics in the divisions following. VITAL STATISTICS RETURNED FOR 1910.
Page 57 - RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. Respiratory diseases in Michigan are considered as among the most important causes of death. The following tables show the incidence of deaths from the most important individual causes. The tables given do not include, however, the entire list of diseases chiefly affecting the respiratory organs. Pulmonary tuberculosis is a disease chiefly affecting the lungs, and many deaths registered from influenza are...
Page 11 - ... upon the increase, and upon the sex and age distribution of the population. Population, marriage, birth and death statistics are, indeed, so interdependent, that no one of these branches of vital statistics can be efficiently handled without a full acquaintance with the main principles and bearings of them all. Birth statistics, including those of illegitimacy, moreover, possess a social interest apart from their more purely statistical value, arising from the relation they bear to population....
Page 26 - ... scrupulously preserved, so that comparisons may be accurately made. This cannot be done when certain diseases are left out of their proper positions by being relegated to the unclassified list at the end of the table, as the proportion of the preceding groups is thereby destroyed. Hence Table...

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