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SIXTY-NINTH REPORT

OF

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS

IN

MASSACHUSETTS,

RETURNS OF LIBELS FOR DIVORCE, AND RETURNS OF
DEATHS INVESTIGATED BY THE MEDICAL

Examiners.
For The Year 1910.

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BOSTON:

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS,

18 Post Office Square.

1911.

®f)e CcmmotUDealtt) of ittassacbusetts.

Office Of The Secretary, Boston, Oct. 2, 1911. To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives.

I have the honor to submit herewith, as required by law, the Sixty-ninth Annual Registration Report, relating to the births, marriages and deaths occurring in Massachusetts and registered in the several cities and towns during the year ending Dec. 31, 1910, and containing also, the reports relating to libels for divorce in the several counties, and the returns of deaths the causes and manner of which have been investigated by the medical examiners during the year 1910.

In tabulating returns of births and deaths still-births are not included. The only record of still-births appears in Table III.

The nosological arrangement of the tables of deaths in this report is what is known as the International Classification of Causes of Death, adopted by the United States Census Office for the compilation of mortality statistics, and the nomenclature is printed at the end of this report. This subject is further treated in the editorial observations.

The rule adopted in the report of 1891, restricting the exhibition of tabulated results to such as are of practical utility within the meaning of the statute by authority of which the tables are prepared, is continued.

Owing to the death of Francis A. Harris, M.D., the editorial observations are now prepared by Arthur H. Davison, M.D.

Very respectfully,

ALBERT P. LANGTRY,

Secretary of ihe Commonwealth.

CONTENTS.

Page

I. — General Abstract. — Population State Census of 1910. — Births, Mar-

riages and Deaths registered in each county and town in 1910, distin-

guishing sex and parentage of Births, nativity of the Married, and sex,

nativity, and average age of Decedents, ...... 2

II. — Births registered in 1910, by counties, by months, and by sex, . . 18

A. — Supplement. — Plurality Births, by counties, and by sex, . . 20

B. — Supplement. — Triplet Births by counties and by sex, . . 20

C. — Supplernent. — Births in each city, in group of towns over 5,000

population, and in group of towns under 5,000 population, by

sex, 21

III. — Still-born registered in 1910, by counties and by sex, .... 22

IV. — Marriages registered in 1910, by counties and by months, ... 24

V. — Marriages registered in 1910, by counties and by age periods, . . 26

VI. — Marriages registered in 1910, by ages and conjugal condition, . . 28

VII. — Deaths registered in 1910, by counties, by months and by sex, . . 32

VIII. — Deaths exhibiting the age and sex of Decedents registered in each county

and in^the State in 1910, also population of 1910, and percentages of

Deaths to population, ......... 34

A. — Supplement. — Deaths in each city, by age and sex, . .36

B. — Supplement. — Deaths in group of towns over 5,000 population,

by age and sex, ......... 38

C. — Supplement. — Deaths in group of towns under 5,000 popula-

tion, by age and sex, ........ 38

IX. — Causes Of Death, 1910, Nosologically arranged, by months, by age and

by sex, ............ 42

X. — Causes Op Death, 1910, Nosologicady classified by counties, ... 66

Xa. Causes Of Death, Nosologically arranged. Comparative mortality, . 82

XI. — Deaths From Special Causes, 1910, by counties and by towns, . . 94

XII. — Deaths, Aged 100 Years Or More, in 1910, 106

DIVORCES, 1910.

Divorces, State and counties, by statute causes, ....... 108

MEDICAL EXAMINERS' RETURNS, 1910.

I. — Deaths investigated, State and counties, ...... 126

II. — Causes Of Death, classified and arranged by months, ages, and sex, . 129

EDITORIAL OBSERVATIONS 141

NOSOLOGICAL NOMENCLATURE, 190

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