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An official publication of the State Board of Health of Massachusetts, issued monthly from the office of the Board, 141 State House, Boston, Mass.

New Series.

JANUARY, 1907.

Vol. 2. No. 1.

ENTERED AT THE POST-OFFICE AT BOSTON, FEB, 15, 1906, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.

HENRY P. WALCOTT, M.D., CAMBRIDGE, Chairman. JULIAN A. MEAD, M.D., WATERTOWN.

GERARD C. TOBEY, ESQ., WAREHAM. HIRAM F. MILLS, C.E., LAWRENCE.

JAMES W. HULL, PITTSFIELD. JOHN W. BARTOL, M.D., BOSTON.

CHARLES H. PORTER, QUINCY.

CHARLES HARRINGTON, M.D., BOSTON, Secretary.

BOSTON: WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS,

18 Post OFFICE SQUARE.

WEEKLY RETURNS OF DEATHS FROM CITIES AND TOWNS

OF MORE THAN 10,000 POPULATION.

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1 The populations were estimated upon the rate of growth from 1900 to 1905. Those of Taunton,

Gloucester, North Adams and Clinton were allowed to stand as in 1905, having shown no increase

during the five-year period. The gain in the population of Lowell is due to the annexation of a

part of the town of Tewksbury. The population of Lawrence by the census of 1905 was 70,050, but,

owing to the building of the new Wood and Arlington mills, employing at present some 2,500 opera-

tives, an increase of about 6,000 is estimated by the Lawrence board of health, or 76,000. There

will undoubtedly be a further increase by the end of the year, as these mills také on more help.

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Boston, Worcester, Fall River, Cambridge, Lowell, Lynn, New Bedford, Springfield, Lawrence, Somerville, Holyoke, Brockton, Malden, Chelsea, Salem, Newton, Haverhill, Fitchburg, Everett, Taunton, Quincy, Waltham, Pittsfield, Gloucester, Brookline, North A dams, Chicopee, Northampton, Medford, Beverly, Leominster, Hyde Park, Melrose, Newburyport, Woburn, Marlborough, Westfield, . Peabody, Rovere, Attleborough, Clinton, Adams, Gardner, Milford, Watertown, Plymouth, Weymouth, Framingham, Southbridge, Wakefield, Webster,

609,761 132,240 106,123 99,745 99,380 80,743 79,744 78,707 76,000 72,581 51,730 51,289 39,941 38,659 38,316 38,209 38,095 33,636 31,274 30,967 29,944 27,493 26,425 26,011 25,003 22,150 20,615 20,508 20,294 15,794 16,139 15,050 14,867 14,755 14,462 14,263 14,169 13,787 13,697 13,294 13,105 13,072 12,828 12,409 11,946 11,796 11,691 11,648 11,416 10,687 10,549

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WEEK ENDING JAN. 19, 1907.

DEATHS FROM

CITIES AND TOWNS.

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Boston, Worcester, Fall River, Cambridge, Lowell, Lynn, New Bedford, Springfield, Lawrence, Somerville, Holyoke, Brockton, Malden, Chelsea, · Salem, Newton, Haverhill, Fitch burg, Everett, Taunton, Quincy, Waltham, Pittsfield, Gloucester, Brookline, North Adams, Chicopee, Northampton, Medford, Beverly, Leominster, Hyde Park, Melrose, Newburyport, Woburn, Marlborough, Westfield, Peabody, Revere, Attleborough, Clinton, Adams, Gardner, Milford, Watertown, Plymouth, Weymouth, Framingham, Southbridge, Wakefield, Webster,

609,761 132,240 106,123 99,745 96,380 80,743 79,744 78,707 76,000 72,581 51,730 51,289 39,941 38,659 38,316 38,209 38,095 33,636 31,274 30,967 29,944 27,493 26,425 26,011 25,003 22,150 20,615 20,508 20,294 15,794 15,139 15,050 14,867 14,755 14,462 14,263 14,169 13,787 13,697 13,294 13,105 13,072 12,528 12,409 11,946 11,796 11,691 11,648 11,416 10,687 10,849

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