1903 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
average from scarlet fever, from llf to 6}; from measles, from 15f to 5}; from pneumonia, from 58J to 51^; from broncho-pneumonia, from 47 to 32; from diarrhcal diseases, from 301} to 257j; from diarrhcals under two years of age, from 2772 to 225; from Blight's disease and nephritis, from 95J to 84}; and from organic heart diseases, from 78J to 72^. Among the diseases which showed an increased mortality were the following: The weekly average of deaths from whooping-cough increased from 4 to 9; the
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