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100 females Ave■ge average age average number births in 1887 Cancer Cancerof cent of births cent of deaths Cent of Total Cheboygan children born CM CM Color corrected for omissions Counties death-rate deaths in 1887 Deaths of Foreign-born Deaths of Native-born Deaths returned decedents Diarrhea diphtheria Foreign mother Foreign-born Inhabitants fTotals fTotals I Males i i i Inhabitants aged 20 Inhabitants as shown Kalkaska largest number Males Females males to 100 Menominee mortality Mulatto Native-born Inhabitants number of births number of deaths number of marriages number returned Persons Married Pneumonia Population in 1884 Presque Isle Registration Returns Deaths rH rH s s s Scarlet Fever shown by Registration still-births t.Females Totals Males typhoid fever unknown month Wexford X japan zymotic diseases СМ
Page 207 - ... was greater than the average in months when more than the average per cent of reports stated presence of bronchitis; and that more vapor was inhaled and a less excess exhaled daily in months when the per cent of reports stating presence of bronchitis was less than the average.
Page 131 - Deaths in 1887 to Population in 1884, the Per Cent of Deaths for each Division to Total Deaths for the State, and the Per Cent of Deaths from each Class to Total of all Classes.
Page 210 - ... was lower than the average in months when more than the average number of deaths from scarlet fever occurred, and vice versa.
Page 121 - Distinguishing the Color by Number and Proportion of each Sex, and by Sex, the Per Cent of Decedents of each Color to Total of all Colors, and the Per Cent of Decedents to Inhabitants.
Page 104 - Infant mortality rate; the probability of dying between birth and age 1 multiplied by 1,000; commonly calculated as the number of deaths of Infants under one year of age In any given calendar year divided by the number of births in that year and multiplied by 1,000.
Page 18 - Blrths,,Males to 100 females. Per cent of births of each sex to total of both sexes.
Page 200 - Year 1887, from each of Ten Specified Causes to Deaths from all Causes, and Per Cent of each Sex of Deaths in each Month and at Different Periods of Life, to Total Deaths from each Specified Cause.
Page 209 - Exceptions to the proposition that more than the average amount of vapor was inhaled in months in which there was more than the average number of deaths from Consumption, and vice versa.