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December 27, 1930

VIENNA

JAMA. 1930;95(26):1985-1986. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720260031017

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Abstract

The Population of Vienna  The statistical bureau of Vienna announces that the populalation of the chief city of the republic of Austria, at the end of July, 1930, was 1,843,759, consisting of 850,733 males (46 per cent) and 993,026 females (54 per cent). In July there were 260 fewer living births than the previous month; only 296 of these births occurred in the home; the remaining number (1,149) took place in institutions. The total number of deaths in July was 1,854, or 179 fewer than the previous month. The chief cause of death was cancer (292), then tuberculosis (205), organic heart defects (196), pneumonia (125), cerebral hemorrhage (97) and arteriosclerosis (72). The bureau of health of Austria recently reported on health conditions in the republic for the year 1929. The following figures from that report bear on Vienna alone. At the end of 1929, the population of Vienna was said

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