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Finchley 1903

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Finchley]

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Table A6.

V ital S tatistics of W hole D istrict during 1903 and P revious Years.

Year.Population estimated to Middle of each Year.Births.Deaths under One Year of Age.Deaths at all Ages, Total.Deaths in Public Institutions.Deaths of Nonresidents registered in District.Deaths of Residents registered beyond District.Deaths at all Ages, Nett.
Number.Rate.Number.Rate per 1,000 Births registered.N umber.Rate.1Number.Rate.*
12345678910111213
189116,41948429.94286.8...............18211.1
189217,00247728.04390.1...............20712.2
189317,50048627.752107.022412.4.........23113.2
189418,01551528.657110.7.........171422112.2
189518,59846625.04698.722011.8...211121011.3
189619,21849625.84692.719710.2...91220010.4
189720,06450124.451101.820410.1...111220510.2
189820,90749823.868136.521610.4...101221810.4
189921,80050723.256110.424611.3...192224911.4
190022,75052223.958111.124410.7...171724410.7
Averages for years 1892-190119,22749526.051.9104.622210.7...14.513.5216.711.3
190122,50054024.05398.12119 412202199.7
190223,40057824 75493.426911.5...271725911.0
190324,12564626.85991.324710.216292349.7
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Note.-The deaths included in Column 7 of this table are the whole of those
registered during the year as having actually occurred within the district or division.
The deaths included in Column 12 are the number in Column 7, corrected by the subtraction
of the number in Column 10 and the addition of the number in Column 11.
By the term "non-residents" is meant persons brought into the district on
account of illness, and dying there; and by the term "residents" is meant persons
who have been taken out of the district on account of illness, and have died elsewhere
The "Public Institutions" taken into account for the purposes of these Tables
are those into which persons are habitually received on account of sickness or infirmity,
such as hospitals, workhouses, and lunatic asylums. A list of the Institutions in
respect of the deaths in which crorections have been made is appended.
* Rates calculated per 1,000 of estimated population.


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