1936

73

PRISONEES

No. 59.—FIRST ADMISSIONS TO STATE HOSPITALS FOE MENTAL DISEASE,
PATIENTS WITH PSYCHOSIS ONLY: BY SEX, COLOR, NATIVITY, AND AGE, 1933
NOTE.—The detailed data shown in this table are collected at the decennial census only
Item
Total
Color and nativity:
Native white
Foreign-born white,
Negro
Other races
Age (years):
Under 15—
15 to 19
20 to 24
25 to 29
30 to 34

Total

Male

Female

Item

63, 508

36,642

26,866

Age (years)—Continued
35 to 39

43,924

11,897
6,932
755

25,042
7,096
3,992
512

18,882
4,801
2,940
243

319
2,521
5,167
5,624
6,131

184
1,430
3,019
3,128
3,428

135
1,091
2,148
2,496
2,703

Total

Male

Female

6,359
6,167
6,009
6,143
4,152
3,892
3,360
3,226
2,617
1,454
668
799

3,516
3,471
3,454
3,021
2,499
2,348
2,049
1,935
1,525
838
318
479

2,843
2,696
2,555
2,122
1,653
1,544
1,311
1,291

40 to 44

45 to 49
50 to 54
55 to 59.
60 to 64.
65 to 69
70 to 74
75 to 79
80 to 84
85 and over
Unknown

992

616
350
320

No. 60.—FIEST ADMISSIONS TO INSTITUTIONS FOE MENTAL DEFECTIVES
AND EPILEPTICS: BY SEX,
AND 1934

MENTAL STATUS, AND TYPE OF EPILEPSY, 1933

1934
Status and type

Defective, total
Moron
Imbecile
Idiot
Not reported..
Epileptic, total
Symptomatic
Idiopathic
Not reported
Defective only
Epileptic only
Both defective and epileptic...
Neither defective nor epileptic

1933,
total
9,916
4,816
2,895
1,558
647
2,649
617
1,485
547
8,270
1,003
1,646
1,109

State institutions
Total
10, 009
4,737
2,980
1,458
834
2,867
708

1,947
212
8,236
1,094
1,773
783

Total
4, 315'
2,587
1,333
761
2,661
691
1,784
189
7,368
1,036
1,628
538

Male
5,035
2,398
1,390
757
490

1,675
466
1,001
108
4,110
650
925
353

Other institutions

Female Total
8,961
1,917
1,197
576
271
1,089
225
783
81
3,258
386
703
185

Male

1,013
422
393
125
73
203
17
163
23

Female

554
218
235
87
34
97
10
80
7
489
32
65
136

145
245

204
158
58
39

108
7
83
16
379
26
80
109

No. 61.—STATE AND FEDERAL PRISONS AND REFORMATORIES: PRISONERS
RECEIVED FROM COURTS, BY COLOR, NATIVITY, AND AGE, 1934
NOTE.—Ratio equals number per 100,000 of estimated population 15 years old and over for 1934. T h e
distribution of prisoners received from courts by color, nativity, and age is shown for 1933 for both State
and Federal prisons and county and city jails in the 1935 issue of the Statistical Abstract. The ratios
shown for that year for the total and for each color and nativity group were based on the population of
all ages
Ratio
Color, nativity, Total Male Female Male Feand age
Total

62,251 59,277 2,974 134.2

C olor and nativity:
White.
45,091 43, 001 2,090 107.1 5.3
42, 245 40,, 339 1,906 119.9
Native
5.6
2662
184 41.1 3.3
Foreign-born.. 2,
2,662 840
436.4 25.6
Negro
14, 853 14,
013
44 294.0 7.7
All other
2,307 2,263
Age (years):
21
5
26
Under 15
2,584 2,4321 152 73.1
4.7
15 to 17
153
257.5 14.3
3,032
2,879:
18.
3,581 3,4191 162 317.5 15.4
19

Ratio
FeTotal Male male
FeMale male
)—Con.
20
21 to 24
25 to 29
30 to 34
35 t o 3940 to 44
45 t o 49
fi0to54
55 t o 59.
60 t o 64
65 and over
Unknown

386 3,225
210 12, 648
95611,396
527 8,115
739 5,415
917 3,708
554 2,431
730 1,659
952 913
571 549
452 439
34

Source of tables 59, 60, and 61: Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.

161
562
560
412
324
209

123
71
39
22

13

292.0
302.1
228.9
173.7
127.5
83.6
65.9
50.5
35.7
26.4
12.8

14.9
13.1
11.1
8.8
7.8
4.9
3.6
2.3
1.6
1.1
0.4

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