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100 females April Aprit August average number average proportion Births returned census Cent of Deaths Cheboygan children born CM CM CM r-t collected Color Consumption counties and townships county clerks death-rate December Diphtheria disease Exhibit f Total February Femates Foreign Mother foreign-born greatest number inhabitants Ionia January July June 1st Juty Kalamazoo last report least number less males to 100 March Married Massachusetts Mates Menominee Michigan Mulatto Muskegon Nativity of Parents ndoj November number of births number of conceptions number of deaths number of males number of marriages oative October Ontonagon orom oumber oo period of age Pneumonia population proportion of males r-t rH returns of births rH CM rH r-t rH rH rH rH rH September statistics TABLE XII.—Continued tion Tota8 Total Number Totat unknown months Unknown Totals Upper Peninsula vapor whole number
Page 118 - ... grander victories, of greater importance to the people, remain to be achieved than any which have heretofore resulted from warlike methods. To the peaceful hero who shall call forth and so marshal facts and generalize the scattered forces of knowledge as to lead to a victory over any one of the prominent causes of death which now annually destroy our citizens by hundreds or by thousands, humanity may well accord a higher praise than to the most successful of warlike generals.
Page 7 - ... the number of births compared with the average number is larger than the excess or deficit of marriages for the months in which the conceptions occurred, compared with the average number of marriages, it would appear that the marriage-rate is not — to say the least — the only cause of the uniform excess or deficiency of births at different seasons of the year; third, taking the two foregoing propositions together, it seems that both the marriage and the birth rate are to some extent dependent...
Page 80 - Exceptions to rule that more than an average proportion of males were conceived in months in which less than an average number of deaths occurred, and less tb.au an average proportion of males in months in which more than au average unmber of «tcaths occurred.