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Walthamstow 1904

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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The following Table XV. is of interest to show the estimated
population, number of cases of Infectious Diseases notified, with
Infectious Sickness rate, and the mean for the years since the
Notification Act came into operation. The estimated population is
that of the Registrar-General:—

TABLE XV.— Estimated Population, Number of Infectious Diseases notified, with "Infectious Sickness Rate"

and the Mean for the Years under consideration.

Years.Population.Scarlet Fever.Small Pox.Diphtheria.Croup.Typhus Fever.Typhoid Fever.Continued Fever.Erysipelas.Puerperal FeverTotals.Infectious Sickness Rate.
189046,50012901603111733104449.5
189147,0001250153905944433978.4
189249,400399613717028094368413.8
189352,0005978142110604134596118.5
189457,000247111291506607535469.5
189561,000263119810095685466410.8
189665,0003150124601932122576711.8
189770,00049201526088078782311.7
189877,0002930225907508236888.9
189983,00033203387011811125913110
190091,0003470516110861878105611.6
190197,000608332211073011110113811.7
1902101,318560146142808901317108310.68
1903106,29029221475088011766576.2
1904111,28252749179130560143109758.76
Mean368152049.40861.4965.378610.8
Average for previous years35712.62069.10881.46904.377310.
ExtremesHigh't608146516170193614310113818.5
Lowest1250124302803133976.2
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