Image from page 84 of "Biennial report of the State Board of Health of California for the years of ... and .." (1883)
Authors: California State Board of Health
Publisher: Sacramento : J.J. Ayers, Supt. State Print.
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SO EtSPOBT OF nil: BTATE BOARD OP HEALTH. FEBRUARY, 1891. Mortality reports received from 86 localities in differenl parts of the State, with auestimated population of 721,991, give the number of decedents as 1,150, being a monthlypercentage of 1.66, oran annual mortality of 19.92, which is a higher percentage thanthat of January, and shows a continued Sigh death rate for California. This mnsl beattributed to the great prevalence of diseases of the respiratory system, as with theexception of diphtheria, croup, and influenza, no infectious zymotic disease is prevailing, Consi mptiob caused 167 of these deaths, which is a decrease of 26 from the mortality Of this disease in January. Pnbi \i.i\i \ increased its death rate from 138deaths in .launary to 160 in February.Bronchi iis caused it deaths, which is also a high mortality from this diseaiCongestion of thb Lungs was credited with 18 deaths. WHOOPING-COUGH was fatal in 1 install. Diphtheria is credited with 61 deaths. Of these 38 occu
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