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ï~~ Ma4 qu~do o sn q papeicad eq AeIW pun Aand pJ!ul e Aq GuiOp V'JN Aiein euoilE,j et JO uoqloeIoo etl woij peidoo seM abed sig} uo ee wIq 926 CITY DOCUMENT-NO. 76. VIT AL SITATlISTICS P~opulation, IUnitedl Staites census, 1921............ Deaths (stillhorns excluded)................. Death rate per thousand (stillboirus excluded).................. Death rate per thousand (stillbornus anduleaths at State Insane Hospitals excluidecd)... Death rate per thousand (stilboirns mnd non-residents excluded).. Males.......... 1,242 Residents............. Females.........1,140 N on-residlent......... Stillborns.......... 9 Insane.............. L iving b~iths........................ Birth irate peri thousand.................................... Deaths under one year...................................... Biate of deaths of babies to biri~s............................ DEA'TI'HS AT 1-OSPITAIS ANI) ST'ATIC UIN,T1IT1LTI'( )NS St ate Insane 11051ita.15.................................... C ity Ilospita d........................ St..\ Vim cut Hospital....................................... leinoiaii l ospita l............................................. HI l ne FI rmni....................... Ielnmont Hospital......................................... Ilahbnem iann Hospital...................................... 1-arvarul Pr ivIte Hospital.................................. Herbert Haill Hospital..................................... BURIAL 1PLACES St. Johii's ( ii(ti v......................................... Ih ope Cemmeteiyy\...................... Notre Da~meIes ( anadiens t'eineteiv.......................... Swedish Cemetery........................................... R ural (em eteryi....................... )ut. of T ow n....................... Notre Dameun dii LTiC............................... NATIV ITV OF THIOSE WVHo DIEl) [4 179, 754 2,382 13.25 12.25 10.52 1,994 396 181 4,889 36.77 374 13.07 216 412 124 114 12 8() 24 '25 AGES n1~der 1 year............... 374 Between 20 and 30. ~etween I and 2............ 53 Between 30 and 40. Between 2 and 3............ 32 Between 40 and 50. ~Between 3 and 4............ 21 Between 50 and 60. Between 4 and 5............ 20 Between 60 and 70. Between 5 and 10........... 64 Between 70 and SO. e~tween 10 and 15.......... 28 Between 80 and 90. tween 15 and 20.......... 46 Over 90...... PARENTAGE OF THOSE WHO DIED American.................. 751 Irish............ Albanian................... 6 Italian.......... Armenian.................. 23 Lithuanian....... Austrian................... 4 Mixed........... Azorian.................... 2 Polish........... Canadian.................. 189 Portuguese,.. Danish..,................. 6 Provincial......... Dutch..................... 2 Russian........... English.................... 63 Scoteh.......... Finnish................... 36 Swedish........... French..................... 2 Syrian........... German.................... 23 Turkish..........!Greek..................... 9 Unknown........ BOARD OF HEALTH. 927 138 179 237 294 346 368 152 30 450 61?t0 92 1 47 46 25 118 15 1 116 The following complaints were made during the year: I 'oreestem'................... M assa lchlsetts.............. (Other States............... Albania..................!Armenia................... Austria....................Azores.................... British Provinces........... Canadai................... De~inmiark................. England.................. inland.................. France................... iernany'................. Wards 1 2 3 No. of deaths 137 580 174 748 4185 3083 5 5:3 1441 16 _2 17 T('(' m-e.................. lHolland.................. Ireland.................. Italy.................... Lithuania1................ Norway.................. P~ola (dv................... Portugal.................. Ruslisia.................... Scotland.................. Sweden................... Syria......................,Turkex..................... Unknown................ 468 404 145 45r 7 58 2 248 36 24 1 28 33 20 105 10 2 14 nimals a nuisance..".".""................................. ". akeries.............................................. ead animals....................................... lefective catch basins..................................... efective drainage........................................ efective plumbing........................................ efective sinks........................................... efective traps........................................... efective ventilation...................................... it.alley-ways.......................................... irty. cellars............................................. arty sheds.............................................. iyyards...................................... ithy chutes............................................. '>thy closets............................................. stae rbshreceptacles............................... t oset accomodation........................... Y OWaconectins...................................... sping quarantine................................... 103 22 4 14 279 29 14 11 45 178 10 990 28 27 32 27 408 32 88 27:30 135 982 10 39 38 30 LOCALITY 4 5 6) 7 8 9 1(1 Tot 313 173 9.1 145 538 118 110 2,3

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