1930

No. 87.—DEATHS; NUMBER AND RATE I>BR 100,000 POPULATION, IN THE D E A T H REGISTRATION ABEA, BY IMPORTANT CAUSES
NOTE.—See general note, p. 77
Detailed
Int. List
No.

Registration States of 1000—rate

Kegisfcraiion area—rate
Causes of death
1900

1910

35.9
12.5
10.2
12.1
43.3
181.5

23.5
12.3
11.6
11.4
21.4
115.1

1920

1926

1926

1927 1928

1900

All causes.
Typhoid and paratyphoid fever
Measles
Scarlet fever
,.__
Whooping cough.
„.
Diphtheria
Iniluenza. and pneumonia
-.
Tuberculosis of the respiratory system 1
and acute disseminated tuberculosis—
32-36, Mother forms of tuberculosis
37b
43-49 Cancer and other malignant tumors
57 Diabetes mellitus
74,83,92 Cerebral hemorrhage and softening, embolism and thrombosis (not cerebral) .'
87-90 Diseases of the heart.
99,100 Bronchitis and bronchopneumonia
l
113,114 Diarrhea and enteritis
117 Appendicitis and typhlitis
118 Hernia, intestinal obstruction *
122 Cirrhosis of the liver
128,129 Acute and chronic nephritis
146 Puerperal septieemia
143-145 jother puerperal causes
147-150
159-163 I Congenital malformations and diseases
| of early infaney
165-174 . Suicide.
.-,
197-200 I Homicide
Part 188a Automobile and railroad-train collision.]
collision
Part 18Sb Automobile and street-car
188c Automobile accidents 3
Other external causes

1910

1920 • 1924

1925 1926

. 4 1,379.0 1,232.6 1,238.7

I
7
8
9
10
11,101
31,37 3

31.3
13.4
9.6
12.2
40.4
178.4

8.8
4.6
12.5
15.3
153.7

81,725
8,934
109,770
21,747
104,500
237, 849
51,235
30, 730
17,433
11,954
8,630
,813

89.0
199.1
50. S
33.6
15.0
11.2
7.2
98.3
5.2

87.3
195.7
39.2
27.6
15. 0
10.4
7.5
92.5
5.3
8.4

75,15S
15, 566
10,050
2,04
54!
23,76
64,364
3

1 Includes ulcer of the duodenum from 1900 to 1920.
2 Includes adhesions of intestines from 1800 to 1920.
Source: Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce,

Excludes collisions with railroad trains and streetcars.

Not separately tabulated,

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Wo. 72.—DEATHS: NUMBER AND HATE PBH 100,000 POPULATION, IN THE DEATH REGISTBATION AREA, BY IMPORTANT CAUSES 1
Detailed
Int. List
No.

Number I
of deaths,
ofd__.-

Cause of death

19313

All causes
1,2 T y p h o i d a n d paratyphoid fever
7 Measles
8 Scarlet fever
_
9 Whooping cough
10 Diphtheria
11,107-109 Influenza and pneumonia (allforms)..
11
Influenza
107
Bronchopneumoma a
108
Lobar pneumonia.._
109
Pneumonia unspecified
15 Erysipelas
i
18 E p i d e m i c cerebrospinal meningitis
23 Tuberculosis of t h e resDiratory system.
24-32 Other forms of t u b e r c u l o s i s . - .
3S Malaria

45-53 Cancer and other malignant tumors
59 Diabetes mellitus
82a, c Cerebral hemorrhage and softening
90-93,94a } D i s e a s e s o U h e
_
_
tort,
106
119,120
121
122
124
130-132
140,142a,
145
141 142b5
143
157-161

Bronchitis
Diarrhea and e n t e r i t i s »
Appendicitis
Hernia, intestinal obstruction'
Cirrhosis of the liver
Nephritis..
iPuerperal septicemia
|ottier Puerperal causes

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1900


1910

R e g i s t r a t i o n area—rate
;
1910
1910
1925

Registration States of 1900 (incl. D.C.)—rate
1030

322, 58"•7 1, TJ5J. 1,496. 2 , 303.8 i, 134. 1 1,206, 6 ., 191. 9 , 133. 1
35. 9
4.9
5,382
4.8
4.2
8.0
7.8
23.5
12.6
• 8. S
5.4
2.3
3,.=570
2.5
3.2
12.3
10.2
2.7
2.0
2,650
2.1
4.G
11.6
1.9
12.1
G. 7
5.5
12.5
11.4
4,019
6.3
4.8
43.3
7.8
7.2
5, 738
6.6
15.3
21.4
4.9
203.4
123.4
143.5
208.0
162.1
128,675
147.2
102.7
22.9
70.9
14.4
45.3
31, 701
55.5
19. 5
21.9
54.5
47.1
39.6
•10,108
37.6
34.3
73.0
53.4
49. 9
53,098 } 158. 6 / 46.4
49.5
45.4
9.5
I 54.3
3,773
4.6
5.1
5.1
3.5
5.1
2,275
3.1
4.5
2.5
2.4
2.4
2.1
2,832
.4
4.5
2.6
1.6
1.1
3.6
72, 515
97.0
136.0
67.6
70.3
75.9
63.4
8.SS0
21.4
24.3
17.0
8.4
9.0
8.1
10.8
7.9
2,536
2.2
3.6
3.5
3.6
2.9
2.1
118,141
63.0
83.2
95.9
96.1
7a2
97.2
92.S
9.7
24,331
14.9
18.8
16.0
19.0
19.0
16.9
94,420
71.5
75.7
82.1
81.7
83.4
81.0
81.7
241,123
185.7
159.1
158. 8
132.1
208.2 210.8
205.5
5.2
4,580
4,580
23.4
4.7
13.2
4.2
6.5
26.9
24,723
23.5
133.2
117.4
26.3
39.4
54.3
15.3
18, 113
15.2
9.7
13.4
11.4
15.3
15.2
10.5
12, 539
10.6
12,5
10.6
12.4
10.3
10.8
7.6
12.2
8,851
7.2
13.9
7.3
7.2
7.1
95.2
89.0
104,119
91.2
89.2
99.1
96. 5
90. 8
5.0
5.0
6.6
7.2
5.7
5,445
5.5
4.6
8,794

7.6

3.5

12.5

9.3

8.8

OO
O

8.2

8.2

1931

1900

107. 5 , 719.5
4.5
31.3
3.0
13.4
9. 6
2.2
12.2
3.9
40.4
4.8
202.2
107.7
26.7
26.5
22.8
37.6
49.5
152.7
3.2
1.9
5.4
2.4
60. 7
173.3
7.5
21.9
2.1
6.2
64.0
93.9
20.4
11.0
76.5
79.1
137.4
201.9
45.2
3.S
139.9
20.7
8.8
15.2
11.9
10.5
12.6
7.4
83.
87.
5.8
4.6
7.3

7.6

1900

1920

1029

582747
18.0
12.6
12.2
10.7
22.5
174.4
10.5
37.6
22.8
53.9
4.9
.3
138.1
2G.6
1.3
83.0
11.0
88.0

376.0
4.9
10,3
5.2
11.9
17.3
209.2
54.9
64. 8
82.4
7.0
3.6
1.8
93.1
2G.6
1.3
83.0
20.4
20.4
197.6
17.1
55.0
13.2
11.1
7.
97.4

BS4.3 1,162.3
1.0
2.5
2.G
1.8
1.9
3.4
4.2
4.3
6.7
9.2
140.5
11.1
54.9
64.8
64.8
48.6
59.5
2.0
1.6
2.7
3.1
3.6
5.5
93.1
93.1
8.S
8.0
.1
.1
117.3
117.6
24.1
11.0
82.7
87.4
253.2
266.4
4.9
5.8
17.4
17.7
15.8
15.9
10.3
10.6
7.8
S.I
91.0
90.8
3.9
4.2

180.9
26.6
119.4
11.1
12.6
14.4
107.3
6.7
8.4

6.0
11.5

7.0

1930

6.7

1931
156.5
1.4

2.2
o2
3~.i
2.9
101.1
16.1
3Q.2
47.6

1.2
2.3
2.2
55.9
7.4
,1
117.6
25.6
25.6
205.2
4.1
13.0
15.6
10.2
S.3
8S.3
3.9
6.2

Congenital malformations and diseases
55.5
90. 8
94.6
S2.6
62.4
60.9
65. 8
56.
74.0
8S.1
91.8
67,426
84.7
of early infancy
18.3
15.6 I 16. 9
15.4
14.0
10.9
15.6
13.6
10.2
12.1
16.0
11.5
20,088
16.8
Suicide
5.1
5.3
5.0
8.5
3.9
8.6
7.1
9.0
8.6
5.9
2.1
4.2
9.3
11,160
Homicide
.—
1.
1.3
1.7
1.6
i
1.8
W
1.5
1.
1,651
1.2
CO
Automobile and railroad-train collision
«
.3
.4
.4 !
.5
.4
W
419
.5
Automobile and street-car collision
W
25.5
25*.
25.1
:
25^2
20:8
24.5
23.
10.4
2.0
17.1
1.8
30,042
Automobile accidents'
s
51.
5G.3
49.3
53.
6
I
51.6
34.
55.5
10.4
82. 6
79.0
72.3
59.7
61, 699
Other external causes
12.1
1
3
58.6 of coronary arteries.
See general note, p. 77.
2 Entire registration area.
Includes capillary bronchitis.
* Not separately
tabulated.
« Excludes diseases
9
3
Includes ulcer of the duodenum from 1900 to 1920.
" Includes adhesions of intestines from 1900 to 1920.
Excludes collisions with railroad trains and street cars.
Source: Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.

163-171
172-175
206
208
210

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