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Scarlet fever

Diphtheria

Croup

Whooping cough

Fever, typhoid

cerebro-spinal. . .

malarial

Diarrheal diseases

Other febrile or zymotic

Phthisis pulmonalis

Acute lung diseases



Total

Children under five years.



WINTER
QUARTER,

1899.



1102

31



TOTAL WINTER MORTALITY
FOR THE YEARS



17

IS5

199

'.'8

10

86

12

8

28

7

655

1883



3068
2233



679

1298



2404
2238



5

50

11

568

1262



2332
2271



18
16

285
48
18

241

1

14

71

14

646
1123



2495
2282



1896



112

58

28

358

78

40

77

6

12

32

134

580

1610



3125
2759



2042
3095



1

100

129

218

14

33

112

94

13

93

60

609

I486



3095
3000



1892



22
152
288
138

41
574

80

26
113

92
584
[684



3794

2966



1891



102
160
258
110

64
199

67

32
141

90
563
1927



3713
3332



1890



5
74

314

115
55

292
33
31

151
57

593
1802



3522
2953



COMPARATIVE MORTALITY OF SPRING QUARTER.



Cause of death.



Smallpox

Measles

Scarlet fever

Diphtheria

Croup

Whooping cough

Fever, typhoid

cerebro-spinal . . .

malarial

Diarrheal diseases

Other febrile or zymotic

Phthisis pulmonalis

Acute lung diseases



Total

Children under five years .



SPRING

QUARTER,

1899.



1

228
577

1005

765



641



TOTAL SPRING MORTALITY
FOR THE YEARS



2558
2111



61

196

3

5

63

2

1101

1038



2595

1902



1897



1847
1752



2279
2445



2119
2185



2946
2992



1

92

85

214

103

59

174

140

26

172

63

649

1214



2992
2787



1892



2509
2676



1891



102
108
145

87

57
711
121

47
350

68
592
1416



3804
3542



1890



17
42

183
74
31

234
44
33

177
57

478

878



2248
1900



26



REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.



COMPARATIVE MORTALITY OF SUMMER QUARTER.



Cause of Death.



Smallpox

Measles

Scarlet fever

Diphtheria

Croup

Whooping cough

Fever, typhoid

cerebro-spinal. ..

malarial

Diarrheal diseases

Other febrile or zymotic

Phthisis pulmonalis

Acute lung diseases



Total



Children under five years.



SUMMER
QUARTER,

1899.



TOTAI, SUMMER MORTALITY
FOR THE TEARS



2183
2760



141
7
67

165
4
10

663
1

529

336

1949
2403



wr,



4

1013



2221

2863



1050

2

552

375



2531
3135



14

1253

4

515

348



2729
3457



135
45
41

172

100

97

160

74

7

2285

2

546

364

4028

3511



2
21

48

170

85

86

217

92

18

1802

40

531

399

3511

4418



1891



41
53

138
92
58

528
58
61
1347
53

498

491

3418:
3763:



1890



12
30

156
64
71

296

39

32

1284

31

470

302

12787
13174



COMPARATIVE MORTALITY OF AUTUMN QUARTER.



Cause of Death.



Smallpox

Measles

Scarlet fever

Diphtheria

Croup

Whooping cough

Fever, typhoid

cerebro-spinal . . .

malarial

Diarrheal diseases

Other febrile or zymotic.

Phthisis pulmonalis

Acute lung diseases



Total



Children under five years. .



AUTUMN
QUARTER,

1899.



32



IS



TOTAL AUTUMN MORTALITY
FOR THE YEARS



2235
1776



1918
1592



|«60



IS96



1994



2180
2051



2632



2467

2158



1*92



1891



1890



20
150
368
132

30
507

56

32
218

62
496
873



38
47
228
127
44
186
26
25
105
53
431
709



2257 1



2019
1836



VITAL STATISTICS. 1899.



27



XVI. Deaths from the Principal Causes and Percentages
op Deaths from all Causes : 1896-1899.



Causes of Death.



Diarrheal diseases.

Consumption

Pneumonia

Brain diseases

Convulsions

Bronchitis

Heart diseases

Smallpox

Diphtheria

Cancer and sarcoma .

Croup

Typhoid fever

Old age

Chronic nephritis

Whooping cough

Scarlet fever

Measles

Puerperal affections

Violence

All other causes



Total

Annual death rate per 1000.



1899.



3"3



885

2516

3438

1346

667

1014

1492

1

843

995

74

442

480

965

77

533

168

249

1554

7764



25503



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9.87
13.48
5.28
2.62
3.98
5.85



3.31
3.90

.29
1.73
1.88
3.78

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2.09

.66

.98

6.09

30.45



15.56



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851
2416
2477
1333
646
995
1399



622

893

58

636

374

884

208

67

55

214

1536

6529



22793



3.73

10.60
10.86
5.85
2.83
4.38
6.13



2.73

3.91

.25

2

1.64

3.85

.91

.29

.24

.93

6.74

28.64



14.08



1897.



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3*0



1230
2180
2152
1226
741
1026
1365

o

702

773

72

437

270

761

160

81

139

234

1415

6845



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9.87
5.62
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3.55

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2.00

1.24

3.49

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.37

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1.07

6.49

31.40



3T3



1465
2310
2141
1200
939
1165
1231



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142

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321

656

187

54

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263

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3.23

1.38

2.83

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.23

.31

1.13

5.88

31.48



XVII. Deaths from the Principal Febrile or Zymotic
Diseases : 1892-1899, inclusive.



Causes of Death.


1899


1898


1897


1896


1895


1894


1893


1892








951
40

134
37

68
72

81

437

137

2

702


1075
44
127
150
69
73
2
54
751
73

956


1257
88
119
110
64
91
^8

518

156

157

1420


2332

53

449

40

64

72

249

190

492

182

1033

1406


1623
/ 55


1211




32


35


53








788

65

57

6

226

337

194

2

797


761
55
49
17
67

636
55

622


145

456
91
388
329
670
234
2
1467


223




380




94




223




382




1489




185








1548






Total


2504


2297


2661


3374


4065


6562


5481


5790







* Included in Diarrhea.




Vital Statistics of Chicago



For the Year Ended December 31, 1900.



Population of Chicago 1 69 8 57 5

Total Deaths from All Causes 24 941

Annual Death Rate 11.68 per 1000 of Population



Population by Ages and Sexes.



AGES.



Males.



Females.



Total.



Under 1 year

Between 1-2 years

2-3

3-4

4-5

5-10

10-20

20-30

30-10

40-50

50-60

60-70

70-80

Over 80 years

Unstated ages

Total all ages. .



19894

17917

19097

19133

19422

93351

149203

166075

165381

103243

52960

24284

8566

1621

3261



19481

17764

18762

19283

19602

94044

158007

174811

143167

84017

47467

24825

9863

2321

1753



39375

35681

37859

38416

39024

187395

307210

340886

308548

187260

100427

49109

18429

3942

5014



863408



835167



30 REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

I. Deaths and Reported Causes of Death : 1900.



Causes of Death.



1 Total Deaths from All Causes

2 Disease . . .

3 Violence . .

GENERAL, DISEASES:

Febrile or Zymotic —

4 Cerebro- spinal fever

5 Diphtheria

6 Influenza

7 Malarial fever

8 Measles

9 Mumps

10 Scarlet fever

11 Smallpox

12 Typhoid fever

13 Whooping cough

11 Total

Diarrheal—

15 Cholera morbus

16 Diarrhea

17 Dysentery

18 Total

Venereal—

19 Syphilis, acquired

20 congenital

21 Total

Septic —

22 Erysipelas

23 Puerperal septicemia

24 Pysemia

25 Septicemia

26 Total

Parasitic Diseases —

27 Thrush

28 Total

Dietetic Diseases—

29 Alcoholism

30 Total

Constitutional Diseases—

31 Anemia

32 Cancer of breast

33 liver

34 rectum

35 stomach

36 uterus

37 other parts

38 Diabetes

39 Hemorrhagic diathesis

40 Leucocy themia

41 Rheumatism



24941

23364

1577



6

797
160
29
194

3|
226

2
337
285



2038



29
777
58



864



96



243



58
52

99

42

271

157

876
109

4
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2166
125



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2446

101



209



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2392

2259

133



228



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1946
142



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1556

143



2069
1934
135



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1979
159



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1731
153



42



1802
1672
130



1752
1629
123



2174

2037

137



72



161



154



183



VITAL STATISTICS, 1900. 31

Deaths and Reported Causes of Death: 1900— Continued.





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:t2 REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

Deaths and Reported Causes of Death: 1900— Continued.



Causes of Death.



Constitutional Diseases — Cont.

42 Rickets

43 Sarcoma of liver

44 stomach

45 uterus

46 other parts —

47 Tuberculosis, articular

48 cerebral

49 glandular . . .

50 miliary

51 peritoneum .

52 pulmonary . .

53 other organs

54 Total



Developmental —

55 Atelectasis

56 Icterus

57 Marasmus, infantile

58 Old age

59 Premature births

60 Spina bifida

61 Tedious birth

62 Trismus nascentium

63 Other congenital defects and

accidents

64 Total



LOCAL DISEASES:

'Nervous Diseases—

65 Apoplexy

66 Brain, abscess of

67 congestion of

68 softening of

69 tumor of

70 other diseases of

71 Brain and membranes, inflam

mation of

72 Chorea

73 Convulsions

74 Dementia

75 Epilepsy •

76 Hydrocephalus

77 Hydrophobia

78 Locomotor ataxia

79 Mania

80 Melancholia

81 Meningitis, cerebro-spinal

82 Paralysis

53 Spinal cord and membranes

inflammation of

84 Sunstroke

55 Tetanus

.86 Nervous system, other dis

eases of

•87 Total



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VITAL STATISTICS, 190O.



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